This morning-, 49 degrees.
This afternoon, 81 degrees.
Generally, fair and somewhat wann wanner
er wanner tonight; Friday cloudy with show showers
ers showers in extrt me north portion.
OGALA, FLORIDA. THURSDAY, APRIL 21, 11)2 1
THE FIRST GAME
Ocaia Made a Gallant Fight, but Lost
by Three to Four in an Eleven Eleven-Inning
Inning Eleven-Inning Contest
(By L. T. I.)
One of the most interesting games
ever played in the Ocala park was
won yesterday afternoon by Rollins
College in the eleventh inning. The
game was featured from start to
finish with hitting and errors. The
teams were well matched and the Bat Battle
tle Battle waged hot from the time the um umpire
pire umpire announced that Taylor and Sto Storey
rey Storey would work for the visitors, while
Liddon and Leavengood served for ui.
Our team shows need of practice but
is the best collection of players that
we have ever put in the field and
Florida had better look out this year.
The score was Rollins 4 to Ocala 3.
When Rollins came to the bat in
the first inning things began to look
bad for Ocala right then. Ward
drove a hot bouncing one to Jackson
at short, who booted the ball and re recovered
covered recovered it only after Ward was rest resting
ing resting on first. King tried the stunt
down the first base line to Strickland.
I haven't yet decided whether to give
Strickland an error or give King
credit for beating out a slow infield,
but think the error belongs to Strick.
Anyway that put Liddon in a terrible
hole with runners on first and second.
"Lefty" Liddon didn't let that get his
goat though. With a cool head he
faced the next man up. Leslie popped
up a foul to Hansel. Storey took
three healthy whiffs at the pill and
then Roberts got robbed of a clean
single when Dinkins threw him out
at first, retiring the side. Ocala went
down in one, two, three order in her
half of the first. 0 to 0.
- Second inning: Arrants tried a
bunt. Hansel threw him out to Strick
at first. Wright popped up a fly to
Harry Wood on second. Taylor tried j
Harrv with a erounder and found the
ball waiting for him in Strick's mitt.
Ocala took the one, two, three route
again, with a fly to third by Strick,
a strike out by Dinkins and a fly to
short by Hansel. 0 to 0.
Third inning: Markovitz made the
first out, pitqher to first. Ward had
so much luck with a grounder to
Jackson in the first that he tried it
again and what do you know about it,
Jack booted this one too. Looks like
Ward carries the left hind foot of a
graveyard rabbit. King went out,
Luff man to Strickland, advancing
.Ward to second. Leslie bunted and
advanced Ward to third, but was
caught at first himself, Hansel to
Strick. Ward was left on third.
Ocala tore loose in the third and put
over two runs that ought to have won
the game, but did4hey? Ill say they
didn't. Jimmie Liddell got up first
and drove a fly to right field. The
right fielder dropped "the ball and
Jimmie tore out to second as he al always
ways always will do. Lucky for him he just
did make it ahead of the throw. Lid Liddon
don Liddon came to bat and knocked a grass
cutter through first base, advancing
Jimmie to third. Clements struck out.
One man out and Jimmie on third.
Then the team worked the squeeze
play to perfection and all the fans
thought it simply grand baseball
(watch for this later). Fred Luffman
came to bat and signaled to Jimmie
that he was going to hit at anything
the pitcher throw over and was going
to hit the ball if it was within his
power. When the pitcher started to
throw the ball Jimmie' left third like
a shot. Fred laid a sweet little bunt
down the first base line and Jimmie
crossed the plate with the first run
before the ball had left the bat good.
Fred was thrown out at first, pitcher
to first. Liddon advanced to third
on the play. Jackson came up and
hit a clean single, scoring Liddon with
the second run. Wood flew out to
short, retiring the side. 0-2.
Fourth inning: Storey came to bat
first for the visitors and laced out a
three-bagger. Roberts went out. pit
cher to first, but Storey did not score
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Tallahassee, April 21. Both House
and Senate members of the joint com committee
mittee committee for the Catts investigation
were announced today. The Senate
members are Wells and Calkins, and
those of the House, Edge, Sams and
The House today passed bills
tive to the qualifications for women
and other voters and their payment
of poll tax.
The Senate adopted resolutions
relative to the loan of boats from the
federal government and for investi investigation
gation investigation of the shell fish commission.
The resolution authorizing an in investigation
vestigation investigation of the state hospital at
Chattahoochee was lost in the Senate, j
on the play. Arrants got a hit and j
scored Storey, but was caught at sec- j
ond when Wright hit to the pitcher
fnr a rlnnhlp- nlav. 0ala went Out in
one, two, three fashion. 1-2. j threatened to sew up the old ball
Fifth inning: Rollins retired one,iSame and & home- Fred LufTman
two -three order. Ocala, ditto. 1-2. was Presented with first by an error
Sixth inning: King got a hit for on the -nart of the first baseman.
Rollins but Hansel and Strick caught Jackson sacrificed him to second by
him sound asleep on first. Leslie and;hittinS to the pitcher and going out
Storey took the quick route back to,at first- Wod reached first on an
the field, third to first and catcher to error but Luffman did not advance
first. Wood got a hit for Ocala but Strick came to bat with Luffman on
was forced at second when Strick hit second and Wood on first and Pled
to pitcher. Dinkins and Leavengood a hit to rieht field- Luffman tore
retired the side. 1-2. out for third and then Pla'ed h safe
Seventh inning: Here's where base- bv not trying to stretch it home,
ball took a sudden drop in the eyes Later developments show that he
of the Ocala fans for a few minutes should have risked lt but how did he
and here is where Liddon showed that know? Dinkins struck out- A pinch
he was made of real stuff. Roberts hitter shouId have been used here for
lead off and got to first when .Wood Dink had already fanned twice and
spilled the pill. Arrants came to bat had not made a hit- An oversight on
and poled out out between center and the -Dart of the management failed to
left. Clements and Jimmie did the Put in a Pinch man for Dmk but did
Alphonse and Gaston stunt and let Put in Hfrris, bat for Leavengood
the ball fall within reach of either of IIarns Plaved Casey at the bat and
them. (In future somebody on the fanned retiring Ocala without the
team had better call the balls or the
fans will try to tar and feather a
fielder). That error advanced Rob Roberts
erts Roberts to second and left Arrants on
first. Wrierht erot up and knocked a
slow bunt to Fred Luffman on third. ;ba11 for the sPort that 13 in lt and
Fred fielded the ball and made a dive Plav with a11 our miht and strength
to touch third base but stepped over'1 to n but we must honestly,
the bag in his hurry to beat the run- AVhen 0cala went back to the field
ner there and so made his only error ,Hansel was behind the bat as usua1'
for the game and filled the the bases though he had been taken out and
all in one shot. Three men on base
and nobody down. How would you
like to have been in Liddon's shoes?
Not for me, thank you, but that Lid Liddon
don Liddon boy didn't turn a hair. Taylor
popped up a fly to Fred Luffman.
Liddon got mad and struck out
Markovitz. Ward tried another
grounder to Jackson, but he must
have lost his rabbit foot for Jackson
gathered that one in and tossed it to
Strick for the third out. Three men
on bases and nobody down and Ocala
pulled out of the hole, I'll say the
fans weren't feeling very well about
that time. Ocala played one, two,
three again in her half.
Eighth inning: Rollins retired one,
two, three. Taylor walked Jackson,
the first man up for Ocala. Wood
made first when the first baseman
muffed the ball, pending Jackson to
second. Strickland tried to advance
the runner but hit to pitcher and got
Jackson caught at third. Dinkins
struck out.' Hansel got hit by the
pitcher, advancing the runners to sec second
ond second and third. Again the bases were
full and this time Taylor also showed
that he was the real article by retir retiring
ing retiring the side.
Ninth inning: An error by Dinkins
m the ninth gave Rollins their second
run and tied the score. Arrants knock knocked
ed knocked a fly to Dinkins, who missed it.
Wright made first when Arrants was
forced at second, pitcher to Wood.
Wright stole second, Hansel missing
the throw on account of his wrist be being
ing being hit in the inning before. Taylor
singled, scoring Wright from second.
Markovitz popped out to Strick. Ward
grounded out, Liddon to Strick. Ocala
out with two strike outs and a pop fly
Tenth inning: Extra innings were
MEATS, POULTRY, ETC.
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BOY SCOUTS SEND
EVS BE BASEBALL
In Alliance with Enterprising Jack Jacksonville
sonville Jacksonville Newspaper, They Will
Disseminate News by
Jacksonville, April 21. The Flor Florida
ida Florida Metropolis today will receive a re report
port report play by play on the opening
rela-jame of the Florida State League at
Barrs field here today by wireless,
the local Boy Scouts having installed
a station in the press box at the field
and another on the Metropolis build building.
ing. building. Another scout station with a
sending radius of 200 miles will
broadcast the plays inning by inning
to amateur operators throughout the
state. Daytona opens the season in
Jacksonville, Orlando in Lakeland and
St. Petersburg in Tampa.
entered upon now to settle the conten-
KOinns uiun i ao anyining in
her half of the inning, but Ocala
mucn neeaea run. uroans irom ine
Eleventh inning: Unless I am way
off on baseball, Ocala frnade a grave
mistake here. We player should play
a pmcn nnier put m nis piace. ine
umpire, when appealed to by Rollins,
said that Hansel could play according
to the rules, but I am seriously under
the impression that the umpire was
wrong or misunderstood, thinking
that Harris batted for Dinkins. Har Harris
ris Harris did play in the field and Dinkins
was benched, but I feel sure that the
umpire thought Harris batted for
ih?m. At any rate the fans beer Rol
lins' pardon for playing them a trick
like that. If I and the other fans are
wrong about this (I have not a rule
book her to look it up) we beg the
pardon of the umpire and the man management
agement management of the" ball team. Otherwise
we insist on fair play to all visiting
teams in future.
In the eleventh inning Wilson lead
off for Rollins and got an error out
of Jackson. Wright hit to Fred Luff Luff-r,an,
r,an, Luff-r,an, who threw Wilson out at sec
ond, but Wright made first. Taylor
struck out. Two down and one on
base. Markovitz got a single. Two
down and two on bases. Ward gets a
double and breaks up the old game,
scoring Wright and Markovitz. King
made the last out, short to first. Ocala
made a desperate attempt in her half
of the eleventh to catch up and win
but didn't quite make it. Liddell, the
first man up, struck out. Liddon hi:
to right field for three bases. Clem Clements
ents Clements to right for three bases, scoring
Liddon. This made up one run be'
hind, a man on third and one down.
The fans felt sure that we would
make the other run but it failed this
time. Luffman signaled Clements that
he would bunt and the squeeze that
was worked so successfully in the
third inning was tried again. When
the pitchsi wound up Clements left
third on a run and was almost home
when the ball reached Luffman. Fred
bunted at the ball and missed. The
catcher caught it and touched Clem Clements
ents Clements out at home. (The fans here all
cussed and fumed at the very same
play that they encored for in the third
inning. Isn't life a funny thing, tho?)
(Luffman grounded out to first. The
game was over but not forgotten. It 1
was the most thrilling I ever saw.
Come out today, Thursday, and see j
the same two teams battle again.
Ocala will pitch Ethridge and catch j
Leavengood. Rollins will use Arrants j
Ocala PO A
Clements, If 0 0
Luffman, F., 3rd ..1 3
Jackson, ss 0 2
Wood, 2nd 6 3
Strickland, 1st 19 1
AB R H I
(Concluded on Fourth Page)
Ocala or Orlando
Tampa Civitan Club Wants New
Money for State Capitol Spent
in One of the Above
President Gerig of the Ocala Rotary
Club has received the following tele telegram:
gram: telegram: Tampa, Fla., April 20.
President Rotary Club, Ocala:
Following the action of the Civitan
club here the board of trade joins in
the call for all peninsula Florida
cities to demand that the legislature
refuse to spend more money on the
present capitol building. The building
is not worth the additional expense.
Besides we must not permit the ex expenditure
penditure expenditure of a great sum there when
the capital should be moved to a more
central point. Ocala or Orlanda have
been suggested. Ask your club to
take immediate action and speed the
essential wire to your representatives
Signed: Alvin Magnon, Gilbert
Freeman, J. G. McCants, Committee
of the Civitan Club.
To which Mr. Gerig replied:
Ocala. Fla., April 21.
Alvin Magnon, Gilbert Freeman, J. G.
McCants, Committee Civitan Club,
The Ocala Rotary Club appreciates
your telegram. Have wired our rep representatives
resentatives representatives to vote against any ap appropriation
propriation appropriation for additions or repairs to
present capitol building, realizing
fully the absolute necessity of having
the capital at a more central point.
As the geographical center of the
state is located in Marion county, we
feel that Ocala is the logical point
and would be glad to have the matter
submitted to the voters of Florida.
J. J. Gerig,
President Ocala Rotary Club.
BOARD OF TRADE ALSO
The secretary of the Board of Trade
received a similar telegram. A meet meeting
ing meeting of the directors of the board was
called, and they sent a dispatch sim similar
ilar similar to that sent by President Gerig.
FOR -SALE Genuine Porto Rico
plants, 8 to 12 in. long, government
inspected; no weavels or disease.
Guaranteed immediate delivery.
$1.75 per thousand, express collect.
Write for prices on vines. C. H.
Cooner, 746 Wyominia St., Ocala,
Fla. Phone 389. 30-tf
FOR SALE Pair of mare mules,
seven years old, sound and in good
condition; $250 for the pair. See
B. F. Condon, Ocala, Fla. 18-6t
FOR SALE Ford touring car in first
class condition. Price $275. Apply
to R. R. Carroll, Ocala, Fla. 18-3t
FOR SALE: Sweet peas. Apply to
D. E. Swindell, W. Adams street,
phone 270. 18-6t
WANTED A neat, attractive, refin refined
ed refined girl to assist in confectionery
establishment. No experience neces necessary.
sary. necessary. Apply to the Star office. 19-tf
FORD SEDAN New tires, electric
starter, excellent mechanical con condition.
dition. condition. Must sell this week. Box
330, Ocala, Fla. 19-3t
LOST Cash, a $20, $10 and two $5
bills. Return to Collier Adams, at
George MacKay & Go's, store and
receive reward. 19-3t
FOR SALE One piano for cash or
liberty bonds. Write "M," care the
Evening Star. 19-3t
WANTED Man with car to travel
Marion, Citrus, Sumter and Lake
counties. A good proposition to the
right man. Address "Opportunity,'
care Ocala Star, Ocala, Fla. 20-3t
FOR SALE Beds, chairs, tables, re
frigerator, cupboard and other fur
niture at a bargain. H. R. Luffman,
225 E. Washington St. 20-3t
! WANTED Four or five-room house;
or three or four unfurnished rooms.
Must be close in and in good neigh neighborhood.
borhood. neighborhood. Address M. E. L., care
WANTED Capable, steady, reliable
man with team or auto to sell and
deliver Rawleigh products in Lake
and Sumter counties. Can live at
home. Big opportunity. Right man
can make $3000 to $6000 a year
above all expenses. Call on or
write M. L. Humphries, Ocala,
!FOR RENT Large, well ventilated
rooms for housekeeping, furnished
or unfurnished, at Dormity. Phone
O'FOR SALE Beautiful, long stem
1 1 Easter lilies. Phone 379. 20-6t
WANTED Five-room house with a
yarn in food neighborhood. Ad Address
dress Address Box' 204, Starke, Fla. 21-tf
IN TIME OF PEACE
PREPARE FOR M
Will be Our Policy if Congress Fol
lows the Advice of Secre-
Washington, April 21-The organiU
zation of a war staff headed bv Gen
eral Pershing to take charge of field
operations of the armies of the Unit
ed States in time of war was announc-
ed today by Secretary Weeks. Instant
preparation in time of peace for ac
tive military operations was given by
the secretary as reason for the new
organization. C"' vwnran ai tne home of
Secretary Mplinn 9nnn,m ,.,'iIrs- V C- amboldt in Jacksonville,
he had recommended to President
Hardint th nnnnintmsnf f r.-;,j ir
Blair, of Winston-Salem, N. C.. as
commissioner of internal revenue.
Senator Harrison of Mississippi'
charged today in the Senate that the
appointment of George .Harvev by
President Harding as ambassador to
Great Britain was a "reward for his" r Droiners. m Georgia or
pfTnrts" to HU.rrU
ministration. Harrison declared Har-'
vey was a "vindictive, self-anointed,
intolerant, political accident."
SPREADING TO THE SOUTH
Bloody Fight Between Two Italian
Factions at Ortanova
f Associated Press
, Chicago, April 21. Legislation di-
Rome, April 21. The disorders inlrecting the secretary of the treasury!
which the extreme nationalists and
communists have been ene-ap-ed in'lars of the profits of the Federal Re-
north central Italy have spread to the
southern provinces. Nationalists rid
ing in a motor truck at Ortanova en encountered
countered encountered a nartv of communist and
in the fight which followed six of the
ODD FELLOWS OF FLORIDA
ELECTED NEW OFFICERS
Tampa, April 21. Mrs. Eva Shuss
of Tampa, was elected president of
the state ilebekah Assembly at Ar-
cadia yesterday, and R. B. Crawford
of Fort Meade, was elected grand
master of the Odd Feellows. Both or
ganizations selected St. Petersburg
for next year's conventions.
SHOOTING AT SANDERSON
Sanderson, April 21 Jamie Milton,
son of former County Judge Milton,
of'r?aker county, was shot and seri
ously wounded here last night -by
young man named Richardson,
was taken to jail at Macclenny. Mil Milton
ton Milton is expected to recover. The affair
is very mysterious and the only
statement Richardson made is that he
acted in self-defense.
BARACAS AT BRADENTOWN
Bradentown, April 21. The state
convention of the Baraca and Phila-
thea unions began here today and
will continue through Sunday. 'Dele 'Delegates
gates 'Delegates from ill sections of the state
Real Bargains in
High Class Writing Paper
Frank W. Ditto
Improved and Unimproved City
and Country Property. l oHcr for a short t
HIGH CLASS RESIDENCE LOTS. Buy now and
Lot on Oklawaha Avenue, 100 ft. front bv 122 ft. SOO
Corner Lot on South Fifth Street, 100 ft. front by 130 ft., near Mrs.
Ford's residence J ; 999
Corner Lot on S. Eighth Street and Sanchez street, 63 ft. front by 122 ft.. 800
Lot adjoining the above and due west, 68 ft. front by 244 ft. 800
STORE OR GARAGE
Lot on Broadway, suitable for store or garage, 50x112 ft This lot is on a
brick street SI OOO
RENTING PROPERTY AT LOW PRICES
Small house on Broadway - S 400
Turn rentintr hntnes on lot coxico ft, both for 500
159. U3-159. No. 168
Two renting houses
Two renting houses
Has Ocaia started to build up? Drive over town and see for yourself what is being done and
consult me as to what is in prospect. BUY NOW!
LET ME SHOW YOU the above bargains, and if YOU WANT A FARM or a SUB- I
URBAN TRACT I have them and it will be a pleasure to show you.
FRANK W. DITTO, 107 South Main Street.
j Lloyd George and Briand Will Meet
Behind Closed Doors at
(Associated Press) j
.J AJrU 21-Premiers Briand
! UWIe Pia strictly private
I ?"erenceA at tne H- m
. ne else P
ne secrtary r each,
; XT n Ui Mls Kuin to
marnae oi .uiss Kuth Nix to
ii an""nced- The bride is the da ugh-;
i airs. Bettie Nix of this city.
' ,1 l the home' of her
"iiu-regrenea vm. t.img from the prison sentence.
' enancK and well-
' T as a prett' and ?
!lvel !ttle frl; Since the death of,
if f r sne L. Ilved most of the'
r lorida and grown into a beautiful
f t y .?'Ung Iady' She and herjion County Hospital Auxiliary. The
:uu&oanu win mane their home in
.Jacksonville, where the latter is a!
successful business man.
ANY OF THIS COIN
COMING TO FLORIDA?
10 tur nove one hundred million dol-
' serve Bank to the fderal land banks
!to !aned cattle raisers, has been
recommended by Governor Harding of
the Federal Reserve board, it was
' announced hre today
FOREIGN BORN PEOPLE
' INCREASING IN FLORIDA
Washington, April 21. Florida's
! foreign-born population showed a
j large increase from 1910 to 1920.
There were 43,800 foreign born whites
in the state at the last census, com
pared with 33,842 in the 1910 census,
the census bureau announces.- The
largest number are Cuban and other
west Indians, with Italians second
I and English third.
AN UNJUST WILL
j conducted by Rev. J. G. Waggoner,
Is it Not the Fault of the Children jand interment was made in Green Green-that
that Green-that They Are Illegitimate wood cemetery. Mr. Thompson was a
j son-in-law of E. R. Vaughn and was
Springfield. 111.,- April 21. Henry
Anthony Marsh, son of Henry Field
af Chicago, and Peggy Marsh, is not
'entitled to inheritance of the Marshall
Field millions the supreme court de-i
cided today in ruling that the Mar-1
shall Field will specifically exempts!
from inheritance any illegitimate off-!
Dr .and Mrs. B. N. Tanner of Belle
jview, left yesterday for Cleveland, O.,
with the remains of Mrs. Emma M.
Reynolds. The services were conduct conducted
ed conducted at 2:30p. m. from the parlors o(
Roberts & Spencer. Rev. W. E. Searles
of Belleview officiated. The floral of offerings
ferings offerings from Belleview friends were
many and beautiful.
i Ladies SPORT HATS to go with
i Summer Sweaters at FISHEL'S.
This is a Studebaker year.
The second trial of Adelaide Mc Mc-lAllister
lAllister Mc-lAllister for moonshining resulted in
another disagreement of the jury.
W. K. Lane, M. D physician and
Burgeon, specialist eye, ear, nose and
throat. Office over 5 and 10 cent store
Ocala, Fla. Adv.
on lot 100x200 ft., both for
in Smith & Daugherty addition,
ESCAPED TO HIS
Reported that Bill Haywood
Jumped his Bond and Fled
Chicago, April 21. Federal officials
today received confidential informa information
tion information that William D. Haywood, secre secretary
tary secretary of the Industrial Workers of the
i World, who was to begin a sentence
in Leavenworth (Kan.) penitentiary,
had fled from the United States and
:is now in Moscow or Riga. Otto
Christenson. attorns for
; Chnstenson. attorney for Haywood,
(said he was informed that Haywood
f sailed from New York Anril 1st inA
landed at Riga April 16th. He said
the thought he had
a Personal mission and was not flee-
INCREASE THE AUXILIARY
e week beginning Monday, April
.25, there will be a house to house
'canvass for memUnhin fnr th 1t-.
following ladies will be in charge of
their respective wards: 1st. Mrs. E.
w. Merrill- 2nA Mm n..- rr.
3rd, Mrs. J. E. Hyndman; 4th, Mrs.
lEd Carmichael. Membership fee will
be one dollar. All women and girls
interested are urged to join at this
time. Mary M. McDowell. Sec'y.
Mrs. Fred J. Brandt died yesterday
afternoon at 2 o'clock at her home
south of Silver Springs after only a
few days illness. Mrs. Brandt was a
member of the Christian church of
'Pittsburg and leaves to mourn her
'death her husband, Fred J. Brandt
and six children, four boys and two
little girls. The funeral services will
itake place tomorrow afternoon at 3
o'clock. Interment will be made in
the Burbank cemetery. Sam R. Pyles
& Company, funeral directors, have
charge of the arrangements.
HORACE D. THOMPSON
Mr. Horace D. Thompson, age 41,
died in Savannah. April 16th. His
funeral took place from the Chris Christian
tian Christian church, Ocala, at 11:30 a. mn
I Sunday, April 18. The services were
a merchant here about five years ago.
He was for the past few years con connected
nected connected with the Savannah street rail-
He leaves a wife, Mrs. Florence
Thompson ana six smau cnuaren o
mourn his. death. MacKay & Company
had charge of the arrangements in
; Married by County Judge Futch, in
1 his office. Tuesday, Miss Lottie Cox of
j Gainesville, to Mr. Theodore Mchaffey
You can save by buying your MIL MILLINERY
LINERY MILLINERY at FISHEL'S. 3t
Sheet Metal Work and Roofing
Gutters, down spouting and all re repair
pair repair work. Water tanks made. Any-
thing from sheet metal or tin. Let
Ime give you an estimate and solve
your roof problem. I also made a
specialty of repairing auto radiators
and fenders. Ship them to me for
good results. Prices reasonable.
ED. THOMPSON, Tin Shop
Standard Plumbing Co.,
the professio nof teaching as a sort
President Ocala oRtary Club.
ihC following Barfjalns:
build when you like.
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Lgal advertisements it legal rates
President Harding says that the
Monroe doctrine is more robust than
Spilling the salt was once consider
ed bad luck. But nowadays its worse
to spill the beans.
When Judge Warner spoke of the
proposed plan of paving as "varnish
ing the streets," he made an apt com
. The Star is glad to see that Secre Secretary
tary Secretary of State Huerhes has come out
flatfooted against immigration. His
remarks on the subject are those of a
genuine American statesman.
Cut out any appropriations to im
prove the present capitol building,
sell it or give it away, and move the
capital of Florida to either Ocala or
tver since the lnbune has been a
newspaper, more than a quarter of a
century, it has had to approve smil smilingly
ingly smilingly of going away off to the other
side of the state for everything offi
cial the people wanted. It has seen
a lot of money spent for the erection
for a supreme court building, for offi
ces for various other departments or
parts of departments, and annually it
has seen the Dresent site become more
and more unfitted to be the governing
center of this state.
Now, when there is talk of selling ;
the western counties to Alabama, and
t2lk of dividing the state into two
parts, comes the old bill demanding
$200,000 for improving the old build
ing. Let's call a halt right now.
There is not a man living but be
lieves the capitol will ultimately be
moved, and who does not think it
ought to be moved. Geographically,
it is way off from the average of dis
tance to be traveled, and from a
population-center viewpoint it is off
on a rim. The time has come for
seriously considering the change.
Ocala or Orlando, either are admirab
ly located for the site, both have ex
cellent railroad facilities and both
can have their schedules improved on.
What the people want is to nave a
capital located in about the center of
the state. Move it now and you hear
the last of all propositions to sell part
of Florida or to divide the state. No
one wants any division, and no one
wants to sell any of Florida; but ev everyone
eryone everyone does want to be brought near nearer
er nearer to the center of things, and this
can be accomplished by the change
Let the legislature take the initia
tory sxeps at once, and let the ma
chinery be put in motion so that at I
the earliest moment the change can be
ers Lave done in our school this year SUNDAY OBSERANCE
and the efforts cut forth have acccrn-
plished much. Miss Eertha Hodge, 1 Editor Star: In a late issue of the
princifigL and Mr. C. A. Harrison, Star I noticed the shenff at West
first assistant, have been with us only ; t aim tfeacn had issued orders to stop
one term of school, but have made a ; all Sunday games at that place, in
great many friends among patrons which I suppose he will have the
and pupih and their hard work has hearty support of some at least, for
proven their ability as instructors, i they were certainly detrimental to
Mr. R. H. Baskin has purchased a ; any community where they were
Ford car. p:actieed.
A number greatly enjoyed Re., I was visiting some time ago in one
Mann's sermons at the Methodist of the beautiful East Coast towns. It
church Saturdav evening. Sundav and ha fine churches, a larce school
FOR TOMORROW, I FRIDAY I ONLY 1
Mrs. Jenkins and Miss Beile Cham Chambers,
bers, Chambers, poultry experts, are in the city
representing1 the Purina Mills. These
ladies are at the services of any one
wishing advice pertaining to poultry
bui'd r.g, tanks, -tores and dwellings
and a millionaire would be proud of
the community. Everything showed
p:osperity and e-nvrgy. In the morn morning
ing morning where I atten ied church the con-jrreir-tion
wa?n't large; there wa.
loom in the pews for many more. In
Services free. Call Farmer? Evchar.ge tlie afternoon we were sitting on the
Store, phone 162.
"Your salvation, mothers." WON'-
DERHOSE for the ikds. Fishel's.
porch for a quiet talk, when our at-j
tention was attracted by some voices, jjj
and soon we found is'to be a Sunday JjAJ
Small correspondence card?, r.-.ed-
ium and large. Special values at, "0c
to 75c. THE BOOK SHOP.
To save us we can't understand why
those two Florida representatives
voted for the emergency tariff on
farm products. Tampa Tribune.
If you were a farmer, perhaps you
' Unless the Star is mistaken, that
$250,000 appropriation for the state
capitol will meet the solid opposition
of J South Florida. It has been reduc reduced
ed reduced $50,000, but it is yet $200,000 too
President Harding is today the most
popular president the United States
ever had. He has the good will of
north and south, of democrats and
republicans. We hope he will be able
to not only hold but increase this
good will during his administration
Per Box 75c Upward
We are not surprised that Chair Chairman
man Chairman R, Hudson Burr of the state
railroad commission, thinks the com commission
mission commission can ran the public utilities of
Florida in addition to its regular job.
: Mr. Burr would calmly offer to man man--
- man-- age the universe if the Almighty
. wanted to take a week off.
- Hilton S. Hampton, city attorney
of Tampa, in speaking of the propos proposed
ed proposed bill to put public utilities in charge
of the railroad commission, wants to
know why ice is not named along with
gas, water and electricity. Opposition
is developing against the bill from al almost
most almost every Florida city that owns its
utilities. As for Ocala, this town
has as much trouble as it wants from
its own people in attending to its light
and water plant. It doesn't want any
outsiders butting in.
Same time that President Harding
presided Over "the unveiling of the
statue of Simon Bolivar, the South
American Washington, in New York,
President-elect Gomez of Venezuela,
Bolivar's native land, and a vast au audience
dience audience of Venezuelan people, gather gathered
ed gathered in Caracas around a statue of
Washington, which was unveiled with
fitting ceremonies." Our Washington
is a great man in South America, but
few North Americans ever think of
Bolivar, who was the leader in free freeing
ing freeing the northern part of his continent,
from an opressor far more cruel than
It is the "sense of the council that
the street bonds be sold," says the re report
port report of the last council meeting. If
they are sold now, then will follow the
six hottest, wettest months of the
year, and the worst to lay down the
sort of material decided on. Torren Torrential
tial Torrential rains will drive workmen to shel
ter and sweep away newly laid pav
ing; the hot sun will warp the asphalt
-and it will lay in wrinkled ridges
With the very little money the city
-has, it should lay pavement under the
best conditions only. And it's the
bears opinion that the people would
. rather that class of pavement isn't
laid at all.
I now have a capable assistant in
Mr. Wilson of Atlanta, a strictly first
class barber. My trade is invited to
call and try his work.
20-6t s. M. HOOPER.
SUGAR SATURDAY AND MONDAY
12 pounds of sugar for one dollar,
with a dollar's worth of other groc
eries for cash, Saturday and Monday
only. Phone 377.
tf 0. 3. WHITTTNGTON.
Anthony, April 20. Mr. C. C.
Lamb and Mr. Brence Burk came from
Tavares Saturday and spent Sunday
with Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Ellison and
Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Burlse.
Miss Josie Parish of Citra spent the
week-end a guest of Miss Julia Meadows.
Mr. Fuller, salesman for the Lud Lud-den
den Lud-den & Bates Music Co., was in An Anthony
thony Anthony Friday and sold a piano for the
Mrs. A. P. Baskin returned home
Tuesday after a pleasant visit with
Dr. and Mrs. J. G. Baskin of Dunnel Dunnel-lon.
lon. Dunnel-lon. Mrs. Clarence Harrison, teacher in
the intermediate room, and Miss
Hettie Harwell, teacher of the prl-!
mary room of the Anthony school,
will have a large exhibition of school
work at the close of school Friday
afternoon. Too much cannot be said
in praise of the efficient instruction
of these competent teachers.
Mr. D. J. Post of Lakeland is visit visiting
ing visiting his son, D. H. Post and family
Mrs. L. M. Saffold left Saturday
for a visit to her son in Washington,
Mrs. N. K. Higginbotham of Gaines Gainesville
ville Gainesville is spending a few days here with
her parents, Mr. and Mrs.' J. M. Gates.
Mr. E. C. Sims and wive moved last
week to their home which they have
lately bought and remodeled.
Mrs. Hampden Smith and two sons
left Saturday in their car for Sara
A large number attended the party
given by the Methodist Sunday school
classes at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
Lee Priest. The evening was greatly
enjoyed by all who attended.
Mr. C. O. Haymaker, who has been :
spending some time in Winter Haven,
visited his family for few days this
Mr, Paul Muse, who has been the
guest of Mr. and Mrs. B. K. Padgett,
returned to Georgia last week.
Miss Julia Meadows has accepted
the position as pianist for the pictures
at the Temnle theater in Ocala.
Miss Lillian Russell and Mr. Ben
Wiley, Mr. and Mrs. DeWitt Griffin,
Mr. Y. R. Eirwin, Miss Esther Eirwin
and Mr. W. J. Thomas of Ocala were
visitors in Anthony Sunday.
Miss Marguerite Plummer. assisted
by Mrs. Ed Carmichael, entertained
Saturday evening the graduating class
of the Anthony high school. The mem
bers of the class are Miss Lillian Bas
kin, Miss Aline Marsh, Miss Gladys
Shealy, Mr. Criss Padgett, Mr. Grady
Harrison and Mr. Lester Harrison,
Those present beside the class were
Mr. Scott and Miss Kite of Ocala and
Mr. L. C. Sims and Miss Beulah Mor Morrison
rison Morrison of Anthony. This event will
long be remembered as one of the
most pleasant affairs of the season,
as Mrs. Carmichael and Miss Mar
guerite are gifted entertainers.
Mr. Holmer Baskin, who returned
home last week, was in a railroad
wrecK m Pennsylvania and had a
limb broken, besides other injuries
After spending thtree months in the
McKeesport hospital, he returned
home to recuperate.
The Citra junior baseball team play
ed the Anthony team here last Friday.
Commencement exercises of the
Anthony high school will be given
Friday evening, April 22nd, at the
Methodist church. Every one invited
to attend. Miss Hodee, the principal.
has spared no pains to make this oc occasion
casion occasion a success.
We appreciate the work the teach-
baseball j,'ame- Later we drove with
some friends in a car by the grounds.!;
There we saw old and young, male
and female, as enthusiastic as a lot
of politicians on election day. Such
crowds! It reminded me of an old old-No
No old-No salesmanship necessary to ...ell; time camp meeting, and automobiles
rolls here after they have once been j by the score. Such things ought not
tried. Federal Bakery. 1G-Ot'to be.
The present neglect of the Sab-
- jbath by many church members im
perils the very existence of the church
as well as the Sabbath. When Sab Sabbath
bath Sabbath observance declines, the church
declines; not fnly the church suffers,
.but it is essential to the prosperity of i;
..-I swum.- v-. r- 1 V CnV.rkolVi
j'Jl lUUIILl H- 1 n.ltlll'.'Ct tilt wauuui.ii
day anl keen it holy. That was a!
part of the moral law handed down
, from Mount Sinai.
The Lord said in Leviticus 19:30,
"Ye shall keep my Sabbath and rev reverence
erence reverence my sanctuary." David said, "I
was glad when they said unto me, let
us go up to the house of the Lord.
When the rierhteous arc in authority
the people rejoice."
When we come to the New Testa Testament
ment Testament we find the most marked stress
'aid on the Sabbath. Our Lord's mode
of observing the Sabbath was one of
the main features of his life, which his
nharisaic adversaries most eagerly
watched and criticized.
Keep the Sabbath day to sanctify
it as the Lord thy God has command command-i
i command-i ed thee. Mrs. W. W. Howell.
Anthony, Fla., April 20.
Special Purchase of Linen
Size 18x36 inches
WERE 85 CENTS EACH
Not more than six towels will be sold to a customer. Come
early as the supply is limited.
SUGAR SATURDAY AND MONDAY
STURDY LADS NGD
That CONTDTN." TIZAUTY
anj yta:m: :g qu.lity
becatjs2.it j. :e::-
FOR.CED YC::: .l
KNEE, A NO K r! A
FASTNESS arJ J- -.C -OF
COLO?, THAI' CAN CANNOT
NOT CANNOT BE EQUALED.
M. FISHEL & SON
12 pounds of sugar for one dollar,
with a dollar's wo"rth of other groc groc-eries
eries groc-eries for cash, Saturday and Monday
! only. Thone 377.
i tf II. B. WHITTINGTON.
i All children's hose excepting Won Won-!
! Won-! der Hose on sale, 16c. this week at
! FISIIEL'S. Only two pairs to a cus-
i tomer. FISIIEL'S. 18-6t
You can always get fresh or salt
water fish, shrimp, etc., at the City
Fish Market on Fort King avenue
Phone 158. tf
KNOCKED IN THE HEAD
STATIONERY WEtK OFFERINGS
Fancy Box Paper in Seven
Per Box 75c Upward
I In order to reduce our stock of
j Fure Fruit Jams and Preserves, we
j have knocked the prices in the head
for this week.
; ooc jar Robin Hood Jam 32c
! f'Oc jars Royal Scarlet Jam 39c
i 00c and 05c Paul's Jams 43c
00c and G5c R. S. Preserves 43c
i?1.15 jars Gordon & Dilworth's
Strawberrv Preserves 69c
iSl.50 Glass Crocks Gordon and
S Dilworth's Sweet Spiced Pit-
i ted Cherries $1.00
;0(!c. jars Gordon & Dilworth's
, Orange Marmalade 38c
40c iars Skookum Apple Butter.. 25c
No goods charged at these prices
tf (). K. TEAPOT GROCERY
Cordrey will fiCf
do your hauling
cheaper than 5m
anybody else. Prompt Service
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: free you from headache ?
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Uitometrbt and Optician
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Will prove a money saver
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I FRANK'S 1
"THE FASHION CENTER" j
s3i y xnoretopayibr
fu suck greater?
II Springfield. Mas., Sfy
j j vy 2t 6500 ,w'o
NEEDHAM MOTOR CO.
General Auto Repairing
Gaoline, Oils and Grease
1 USED CARS FOR SALE
Cars Washed $1-00
iCars Polished -50
jOklawaha Ave. & Orange St
- Phone 252
THIS IS A STUDEBAKER YEAR
Our Splendidly Equipped Repair Shop
See Dow Well We Arc Prepared lo Fix Your Automobile
MURPHY MOTOR COMPANY
Main Street, Opposite Ocala Iron Works OCALA FLORIDA
REMEMBER, we are striring to
enlarge our business clientele by sir siring
ing siring the public GOOD MERCHAN MERCHANDISE
DISE MERCHANDISE at lowest prices, not cheap,
shoddy stuff. Yours to please,
Bare you read Curwoods books? Commenting upon the superior ex-
We hare them. THE BOOK SHOP. 3t'cellence of Federal Bakery rolls, one
customer says "Decidedly different
Bargain in 1915 Ford touring car
in Al shape. Auto Sales Co., Mack
and deucedly dainty."
This is a Etudebaker year.
OCA LA evening star.
1261 'IZ HHdY AraSHXlHX
I Pola Negri
g and 5000 people in $
I PASSION I
- A M;l, rV f Cn-n J Rrr Nntir.ncl Attraction tfc
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TWO AUCTION PARTIES
At her handsome and spacious
home on Oklahawa avenue, Mrs. J.
D. Robertson Tuesday and Wednesday
entertained about sixty of her friends
The house was beautifully and
tastefully decorated with quantities
of flowers. The showy blossoms of
the purple bogainvillea were used to
'advantage in the reception hall, big
jardinieres of the flowers were
placed on the tables and the stairway
was banked with the same flowers.
In the large reception room quantities
'of larkspur and sweet peas and pink
oleander were usea to aavantage.
Mrs. E. L. Carney welcomed the
'Jc i euests as they entered and asked
tnm to tne nuncn dowi. wnicn was
placed in the hall. The punch table
was covered with a beautiful lace
cloth and daintily decorated with
bowls of purple pansies. On Tuesday
afternoon Mrs. E. G. Peek served
punch and on Wednesday Miss Alice
Mrs. Robertson met her guests in
jjthe hall and invited them into the re re-ilception
ilception re-ilception room, where the tables were
arranged for cars. Auction was play- j
cil on both afternoons, the games
proving both interesting and enter- j
taining. On Tuesday afternoon Mrs. j
R. S. Hall was the holder of the high-
est score and on Wednesday Mrs. W.
A. Knight, and to both the hostess
presented beautiful bud vases of
crystal with silver deposit. On Tues Tuesday
day Tuesday Mrs. E. G. Peek was presented
L T. 1HLAR
OPEN RANGE MEN
I There will be a meeting of the
Marion County Open Range Associa Association
tion Association in Ocala Saturday afternoon.
J! April 23rd, at 2 o'clock. All mem mem-J
J mem-J bers and others interested in the in-
j terests of Marion county and Florida
a are requested to be present. We wish
x j to thank the citizens of the county for
the loyal support they have given us
in the fight against the "No-Fenct
J League." F. W. Bishop. Sec'y.
! L. L. Horne, President.
Weir. April 20. Mr.
I Lake Weir. April 20. Mr. H. A
! Fausett of Ocala, has just completed
;a small summer cottage on Orange
! f 1
ior nis iamiiy to occupy aur-
"'ing the summer months.
Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Crum returned
a few days ago from Inverness,
Berlin-Jones and Crane s
wherethey spent the week pleasantly
with Mr. C. E. Connor and family.
Mr. and Mrs. Towers of Connecti Connecticut,
cut, Connecticut, reluctantly left for their northern
Fancy Box Paper and Correspond' home last week, after painting their
ence Cards at 7Sc and cottage building a garage and sev-
eral outbuildings that everything may
Upwards per box be spick and span when they return
v jin October.
COURT PHARMACY wnter sPnt several days of
ilast week at the beautiful home of
, Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Lytle on the bluff
with the consolation prize, an attrac-:
MONDAY and TUESDAY, APRIL 25 & 26
Admission 50 cents
J. H. SPENCER
Fall line of
W. R. PEDRICK
All Buick Cars Equipped With
Cord Tires and Alemite
We Make a Specialty of Parts
for the Buick and the Prices are
Consistent with the Cost of Same
GOODYEAR and U.S. TIRES
Exclusive Agents for
i3 MONTHS GUARANTEE
Battery Service Station
We maintain an up-to-date
garage with expert workmen, at
all times, assuring prompt and
GASOLINE, OILS and GREASE
SPENCER-PEDRICK MOTOR CO.
tiv hnv filled with tViprp Httlp hot-tips
J0S i of perfume, and on Wednesday Mrs.
narvey ciarK was presented with a
dainty box of sachet.
At the conclusioin of the games
Mrs. Robertson served ice cream and
cake and on each plate a was a dainty
little boutonnier of sweet peas. On
each table during: the frames was a
dish of bon-bons.
On Tuesday afternoon the follow following
ing following ladies were present: Mrs. E. G.
Peek, Mrs. Anna Holder, Mrs. Fred Frederick
erick Frederick Hocker, Mrs. Paul Simmons,
Mrs. Clarence Camp, Mrs. L. E. Futch,
Mrs. Leta Bennett, Mrs. E. L. Wart Wart-mann,
mann, Wart-mann, Mrs. J. W. Dumas, Mrs. R. S.
Hall, Mrs. T. S. Trantham, Mrs. M.
W. Lloyd, Mrs. E. T. Helvenston, Mrs.
Charles Rheinauer, Mrs. R. L. Ander Anderson
son Anderson Jr., Mrs. Jack Camp, Mrs. Effie
Welsh Wheeler, Mrs. T. P. Drake,
Mrs. Alfred Beck, Mrs. L. H. Van
Engelken, Mrs. Philip Murphy, Mrs.
H. M. Hampton, Mrs. R. B. Bullock,
Mrs. W. T. Gary, Mrs. E. M. Howard,
and Misses Musie Bullock, Nettie
Camp and Marian Dewey.
Those who were invited for Wed Wednesday
nesday Wednesday were Mrs. J. H. Walters, Mrs.
Grider Perkins, Mrs. O. E. Cox, Mrs.
H. C. Dozier, Mrs. H. W. Henry, Mrs.
E. G. Lindner, Mrs. Edmund Martin,
Mrs. Annie Van Deman, Mrs. W. W.
Harriss, Mrs. L. J. Knight, Mrs. Wil
liam' Hocker, Mrs. E. H. Martin, Mrs.
Harvey Clark, Mrs. W. A. Wilds, Mrs.
N. R. Dehon, Mrs. Ragland, Mrs. L.
M. Murray, Mrs. Walter Preer, Mrs.
T. H. Johnson, Mrs. C. R. Tydings,
Mrs. W. S. Bullock, Mrs. Raiford
Simmons and Misses Mary McDowell,
Adele Bittinger, Alice Bullock and
Mrs. Robertson proved herself a
gracious hostess and the parties were
thoroughly enjoyed by all who were
recipients of her hospitality.
We have opened a cleaning
and pressing department in
connection with our Men's
Furnishings store in the
Ocala House block. Besides
men's work, we are specially
prepared for cleaning ladies'
dresses, silks, satins, crepes
and fancy woolens. AH the
latest methods are used in including
cluding including the French Dry
All orders receive prompt
attention, and goods are call called
ed called for and delivered in any
art of the city. All work
This department is under
the personal supervision of
Mr. F. W. Broderick.
Out of town orders solicit solicited.
ed. solicited. We pay return parcel
post on all work.
Walkley & Barnett
jnear Eastlake. This home has always
a been one of the show places of Lake
J Weir. The quaint old mansion with
its paneled walls of curly pine, now
rich in coloring, its old fashioned fire
; places and antique furniture, pictures
; and silverware amid a grove of mag-
nolias, large oaks and orange trees,
J jail combine to make a charming pic pic-J;ture
J;ture pic-J;ture of an ideal southern home.
j Miss Miller, the efficient teacher of
j the Oklawaha school, is preparing to
J j give an entertainment and picnic at
!the closing of the school the latter
part of next week. Miss Miller has
been laboring under difficulties and
took the school in the middle of the
term after two teachers had left on
account of illness, yet she has nobly
met eevry drawback with a patient
smile and by her pleasing manner
shown she is well fitted for her chosen
and Mrs. J. H. Bradford, who
have spent the winter at their cot cottage
tage cottage on the lake, left yesterday for
their summer home near Nashville.
Mr. and Mrs. M. F. Collins of
Milford, Conn., have just completed
their cozy little bungalow near the
school house and have it ready for
occupancy on their return next winter.
Negotiable Storage Receipts Issued on Cotton. Automobiles, Etc.
LONG DISTANCE MOVING
I- Mir s
MOVS. PACK. SHIP
sl ;. w -' v.
Bertram Ibbetson & Co.,
of Atlanta, Georgia,
Will open an office in the Commercial Bank Bailding
of Ocala, Florida, effective July 1st, 1921, for the
practice of Accounting, Systematizing, Income Tax
V Consultation and Preparation of Returns.
I 250 PEACHTREE STREET
Shady, April 20. Mrs. R. H. Red
ding and Mrs. Walter Marsh motored
to Orlando Friday.
Mr. and Mrs. James Brown and
children and Miss Lily Gaskin of
Stanton were Sunday visitors of Mr.
and Mrs. J. T. E. Gaskin and family.
Mr. E. H. Douglas spent Saturday
and Sunday with Messrs. Sam and j
Harold Smith in Ocala.
Mr. B. J. Woods, who has been atj
Lake Bryant in the employ of the j
Thomas Bros., returned home sick j
Mr. J. M. Douglas of South Lake
Weir, was a business visitor here Fri-!
Mrs. James Goin's friends are sor
ry to hear that she was quite sick the j
first of the week and hope she has j
entirely recovered ere this. I
Miss Callie Gregg of near Marian Marian-na,
na, Marian-na, spent last week with Mrs. J. I.
Arthur Douglas Jr. was detained j
from school Monday and Tuesday byi
illness, but resumed his studies Wed
We are requested by our polite and
accommodating mail carrier to ask
the editor to speak to the weather
man for more rain. Mr. Bangert's
Ford has a time in the sand on some
parts of this route, so while you are
speaking, speak to our commissioner
Oat cutting is in progress here. Not
a very big job tms year, lomatoes
are fine, everything considered. Crops
generally are clean and in fairly good
condition. Cool, dry weather pre prevails.
vails. prevails. Rain, like the recent frost,
just falls in spots and not much at a
There will be no Saturday evening
service at the church this week. Sun Sunday
day Sunday school 10 o'clock Sunday morn morning,
ing, morning, preaching 11 o'clock and com communion
munion communion service. B. Y. P. U. at 7:30
p. m. and preaching at 8:30 by J. H.
WW J VMS &
hauling and moving
There will be a May day picnic giv given
en given on the 4th at the club house com complimenting
plimenting complimenting Mrs. W. R. Goodwin of
Chicago. All the lake residents who
are old friends of Mrs. Goodwin are
cordially invited to come and bring
their baskets and a broad smile for a
jolly good time is anticipated. Din Dinner
ner Dinner at 1:30.
Mrs. King and little grandson are
guests of Mrs. J. G. Spurlin for sev several
eral several weeks.
Messrs. Aiken, Ellis and Rose have
launched the fine new barge to take
the place of the one burned a few
months ago at the sand works. The
machinery is now being installed and
m a lew days tne cnug, cnug oi tne
engine will be music to the company
j officials who have been laboring under
I great disadvantages in loading sand
Look At These Prices
Wc arc glad to report another drop
in the price of CRISC0
1 pound tins Crisco 18c
lA pound tins of Crisco 27c
3 pound tins of Crisco 54c
6 pound tins of Crisco 51.05
9 pound tins of Crisco U5
Think of It, RRE-WAR PRICES
Here is a price on Pore Fndt Jams and Preserves
that we are sure will appeal to you.
In order to move this stock of Pare Fruit Jams
and Preserves, we have marked the prices down to
less than cost. The goods won't labt long, so
55c jar Robin Hood Jams for 32c
60c jars Royal Scarlet Jams for. ,39c
60c and 70c jars Paul's Jams 43c
60c and 65c jars Royal Scarlet
Pure Fruit Preserves 43c
$1.15 glass jars Gordon and
Dilworth's Strawberry Pre Preserves
serves Preserves 69c
$1.50 glass crocks Gordon and
Dilworth's Sweet Spiced Red
Pitted Cherries. $1.00
60c jars Gordon and Dilworth's
Orange Marmalade : ...v. 38c
40c jar Skookum Apple Butter 25c
These jams and preserves consist of the fol following
lowing following fruits: Peach, Red Cherry. Strawberry,
Black Current, Apricot. Blackberry Raspberry.
Cash and Carry
One East and one West City Square
THE WINDSOR HOTEL
In the heart of the city with Hemming Park for a front yard.
Every modern convenience in each room. Dining room terrice 1
second 'to none
This is a Studebaker year.
STATIONERY WEEK SPECIALSi sugar Saturday and Monday
Writing Papers, blue,
grey, white, lavender,
pink, salmon and old
pearl, at per box75c
and upward, April
12 pounds of sugar for one dollar,
with a dollar's worth of other groc
eries for cash, Saturday arid Monday
only. Phone 377.
tf H. B. WHITTINGTON.
USED CAR BARGAINS
One Steams-Knight eight.
One 6-cylinder 5-passenger Over
J, E. KAVANAUGII
STAFF OF LIFE
Phone us your order for Hour
GEO. J. WILLIAMS
One small five-passenger Overland
One Chevrolet Baby Grand.
One 1919 Maxwell touring car.
One Maxwell 1-ton truck.
Anyone wishing a real car bargain
on easy terms should call and look
I these over. B. F. CONDON,
l8-6t Ocala. Fla.
Formerly Carroll Motor Company
Garage, Osceola St.
Geo. MacKay I Co.
and Emb aimers
Two Licensed Embalmerg
Motor Funeral Cars
Private Morgue and Chapel
Day Phone 47
Night Phone 515
G. B. Overton. Manager
Notice is hereby given that the city
council of the city of Ocala, Florida,
will at its meeting on May 3rd. 1921,
Night 408 fat 8 p. m., in the city hall of said city,
,, receive bids for the following ma-
fl ichinery installed: A hot process water
softener of 3200 gallons per hour ca capacity,
pacity, capacity, complete with heater section,
sedimentation tank, chemical solution
tank, chemical pumps, proportioner
and sand filter. Address bids to City
Clerk, Ocala, Florida. The right to
reject any and all bids is reserved.
D. E. McIVER,
President of City Council.
1 1 1 1
Our Specialty Is
Light House Self Rising Flour,
Light House Self Rising Flour
Omega. King of all Pastry Flour
Omega, King of all Pastry Flour
Cottolene, No. 10 pail $1-25
Armour's Simon pure Leaf Lard, 5 lb. bucket 1.15
H. B. WHITTINGTON
Two Phones, 377 and 162
C. Cecil Bryant
Room 22 Holder Block
PHONE 195 OR 332
Stolen from my resident on April
12, one gold brooch, wheel shaped,
with large center diamond and six
smaller diamonds. One gold ring with
three opals. One gold wedding ring.
18-tf Charles S. Cnllen.
SOLO, Kid's all-leather PLAY
SHOES. Best and cheapest. Fishel's.
A new book by Ibanez and 34 other
new ones at THE BOOK SHOP. 3t
MAZ0N & CO.
Between Ten Cent Store and Gerira
WE HAVE TOE TIRE Y0U,WANT
WHEN YOU WANT IT
"SERVICE" Oar Motto
UNITED STATES TIRES HOOD TIRES
SINCLAIR MOTOR OILS H
CARS WASHED AND POLISHED S
KUMBAK SERVICE STATION
OCALA EVENING STAR, THURSDAY. APRIL 21. 1921
KUt&B&K wox THE FIRST GAME
f litem's No -Denying Tine Fac
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eh from a
oint to Ewery
A Ti -is
i uarns, 11
21 j Leslie. 3rd
i. Storey, c
Fice Sale Until FJay Isi
3 18c cans Corn or Peas. -3
15c cans Pork and Beans
40c bottle Salad Dressing..
3 packages Argo Starch
5 packages Rub-no-more
2 cans Lighthouse Cleanser.
2 10c packages Macaroni or
2 10c packages Popcorn
2 30c cans Pink Salmon. 28c
43c 2 15c tall cans Milk 25c,
.31c 10 bars large -Octagon Soap 64c
.28c 5 packages Rolled Oats 52c
. 69c 6 pounds Best Rose Rice ..45c
.23c 5 pounds Washing Soda 19c
.27c 2 8c packages RINSO 12c
9c 3 15c packages Ivory Soap
Flakes 4 29c
.15c 5 boxes Safe Home Matches 29c
.15c 1 18c can Helmet Pumpkin 12c
28c 1 18c can Sauer Kraut .12c
t ', Roliin-
' Taylor, p
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.0 0 0 5 2 1
.0 0 0 1 0 0
33 13 8 42 3 8
PO A E AB R H
.10 2 2 5 0 1
.3 1 16 0 1
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.10 0 5 1 1 2
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33 11 7 47 4 8
SPECIAL To Introduce lib can Canova Coffee (45c value) 39c
2 10c cans Red Beans.. 13c
1 lb. Gunpowder Tea 75c value. 47c
2 25c cans N. Y. pack Tomatoes 36c
2 15c cans Campbell's Soups. .23c
1 50c can Libby's Apricots 32c
1 30c bottle Chili Sauce 19c
1 30c can Spinach- t.A9c
2 25c cans Spaghetti 36c
3 15c packages Corn Flakes 29c
3 15c pkgs. Kellogg's Krumbles 29c
3 15c cans Napoleon Sardines.. 29c
2 1 1-2 pound Karo Syrup .25c
1 1 1-2 pound CRISCO. 27c
1 1-2 pound can RUMFORD ...14c
2 18c jars Anple Jelly 25c
3 35c cans Corned Beet 69c
000 1000 001 02 1
002 000 000 013
Lae on balls off Taylor
1. f'fT Lidion none. Struck out by
j Taylor '.), by Liddon 5. Three-base
hits, Storey, Clement?. Liddon. Two Two-Jljba?e
Jljba?e Two-Jljba?e hits.. Ward. Clements. Singles,
jArrants. King, Taylor. Storey Marko Marko-rT
rT Marko-rT ', vitz". Clemerts, Jackson. Wood. Strick Strick-3$;
3$; Strick-3$; -land. Umpire, King. Time, 2 hours
3&jj35 minutes. Attendance, 113 adults
1 arid nine paid children. Receipts,
L A ft 4 a
High Class 1
I Men's Shoes
BELOW COST WHILE THEY LAST
cash takes two Fords.
- j jjf! r i -i fui ii.iv .iiuiui wui-
Mr. Emmett Robinson, after a short
businesstr ip in Ocala, returned to
Bargain in 1921 Ford sedan. In Al
j shape practically new. Auto Sales
We will sell any pair of high
class men's shoes in the
store that was form formerly
erly formerly priced from
$12.50 to $15.50
Co., Mack Tavlor
BUY IT AT THE CRESCENT FOR LESS
Oneida Community Silverware coupons Free with each 25 cent
purchase. Orders amounting to$3 or over delivered free
" Mr. Asher Frank of Tampa is ex ex-jpeeted
jpeeted ex-jpeeted tomorrow to spend Saturday
i and Sunday in Ocala.
If you smoke cigars why rot get
the best? Call for Garcia de Ora;
1 10 cents all dealers. 25-lm
This is your opportunity to save, don't miss it.
Meat market ia connection
Cash and Carry Meat Market
CRAWFORD PASTEUR, Prop.,
Located in the CRESCENT GROCERY CO.'s Store
We handle all fed Beef, the very best Veal and
Pork Cheap. Pay for your meat and not your
neighbor's who does not pay for his.
FED FLORIDA STEERS
Round Steak 30c Loin Steaks 30c
Other Steaks 24c Good Roast 24c
Brisket Stew 17y2c Eib and Flank 15c
Hamburger 23c Liver 24c
Pork Chops 25c
Pork Stew 20c
Pork Hams 25c
Pork Livers 25c
Mr. and Mrs. William Wolff have
moved into their apartments at the
residence of Mrs. W. V. Newsom.
Nice destroys the odor of perspira perspiration,
tion, perspiration, 25 -er.ts at Gerig's Drug tSore. tf
Mr. X. L. Usry, former citizen and
ex-service man of this county, now in
in Plant City, was greeting
his Oca'.a friends today.
We delight in showing our line of
pretty Dress Goods. FISHEL'S. 3t
Mr. George Greene has put in a fine
soda fountain at his drugstore, corner
Magnolia and Washington, and is
serving refreshing drink? to many
; You will be more than delighted
(Assooiate-i Press) ; when you try a box of our delicious
New York. April 21 Rev. A. Wood-' I g Oibin Candy, and our Martha
ruff Halsey, aged i9, secretary of the I Washington Candy. THE VOGUE is
board of foreign relations of the j ar yo-r service. Phone 580 or 558 for
Presbyterian church since 18"i, died U.aick uehvery of our QUALITY ICE
Jjat his home here last night. He was j CPE AM. 29-tf
Inresidpnt of the nlnmni nssnrintinn nf Afv anrJ Trc f P PVhitsiT aro to.
Princeton Theological Seminary. jceiving congratulations on the arriv
al of a dainty little daughter, born
Miss Madge Pedrick has returned yesterdav afternoon at the Marion
home from a visit to Jacksonville. J County Hospital.
ARDEN KOSES 75c and 51 per
Assortment of pretty DRESS jdozen; Easter lilies 10c each; sweet
fAKKitb at r i&iiLivs. peas $1.50 per hundred. Fhone your
: order to 10(5. or call at 404 South Lime
Mrs. Ida Gates after a week's vis't 'street. No deliveries. 21-6t
in ucaia, tomorrow wm return to ner Mi,s Hlpn ROSPndAie has returned
to St. Petersburg after a few days
visit in Ocala as the guest of Mrs
BEST OF VEAL
Veal Chops 38c
Veal Stews 20c
Veal Roast 33c
Veal Liver 25c
FIRST QUALITY WESTERN
Round Steak 4Qc Loin Steaks 40c
38c Good Stews 20c
home in Lakeland.
Lamb Chops 50c
Lamb Ribs 35c
We ask you for your patronage and
Thank You in ag ance.
"s ii ?. ire.' ir?r?l
A Complete Stock
Mamie Fox. Mrs. Fox accompanied
H ;Miss Rosendale and will remain for a
j few days in the Sunshine City.
The New "WOLINEN" Striped
jSkiiting for Sport Skirts. Fishel's
j A hre broke out in the old gin
H house, corner West Third and Mag
jSno!ia yesterday, but was promptly
r squelched by the fire department. I
a it hadn't been for the fast work of th
2 ifire boys, and the blaze had developed
;J 'there would have been a tremendou
Keep the hands and face soft with
rillLASOL. 50 cents the bottle at
3;Gerig's Drug Store.
i The Curry Feed Company opened
til its doors todav for business. It is
Hi located in the D. W. Tompkins build
fj i ir.g just one door south of the Clark-
JJ json Hardware Company. The new
fj Itirm will carry a general line of feed,
I: 'including four, grits, corn, oats, hay,
S! scratch feed. etc. Mr. C. C. Curry,
Jj who is an old hand in this line of bus bus-H
H bus-H ires. is geenral manager of the new
TTTSTTtr;; ; company.
For those bad nerves, that tired
g and all other ailments, try
1 1 n w
practic and get wen. .uany
ire doing so. Dr. Kiplinger,
These shoes were not brought for any "special
sale" purpose, but are the regular lines of Crossett, i)nn
lap, Douglass, Emerson and Glove-Grip, and our usual
guarantee goes with every pair. This is an opportunity
no man can afford to overlook, so come early while the
sizes are unbroken, we cannot order special sizes or
styles at this price.
Gmaraitcc Clofttai & Shoe Co.
Style Headquarters where Society Brand Clothes are sold, and Gent's Furnishing'
& Y. M. B. O. D.
: uayiigm torner ucaia. nanua
l A A A iL. mA A A AT Jk Jk. AT -A? J
These Prices Are For Casli Only
a delicious taste
Arrival and departure of passenger 'Ocala House
trains at OCALA UNION STATION j jhev've
me ionowmg scneauie ngures pv. ,nn ... nt an.
. thev are made in a 10(J per cent san-
nsnea as imormauon ana r.ot guar-, phoith0,e rolls. Federal Bak
2, 34x4 Goodyear Cord (each) $50
1, 34x4 Goodyear Cord 45
1,33x4 Goodyear All-Weather .... 30
1. 32x3 Goodyear All-Weather .... 20
1.32x4 U.S. chain 38
2,32x4 Miller Non-Skid (each) .... 27
4,32x4 Diamond Safety (each) ... 29
4, 34x4 Silvertown Cord (each) 56
1,37x5 Silvertown Cord 75
2, 36x4Vfc Goodrich Safety(each) 40.70
2, 32x3Vfc Goodrich Safety(each) 22.50
2, 31x4 Goodrich Safety(each). .... 25
10, 33x4 Goodrich Plain (each) 21.75
1, 30x3 1-2 Diamond Safety 16
We oil er the tires listed above, for cash only, subject to plor sale
All tires tally guaranteed Absolutely no seconds
One fcnndrd and thrse
nnrtaera office report
WONDERHOSE is the most serv-1 Dazira Face Powder is satisfying,
iceable HOSE for Children. Get it; and the odor is dainty. Ask to see it
at FISHEL'S. 8t Gertg's Drug Store. tf
ineres no extra charge for clean- j A big display of new and beautiful
ins your fish et the City Fish Market, stationery at new prices at THE
Phone 158. tf jBOOK SHOP. St
(Eastern Standard Time)
SEABOARD AIR LINE RAILROAD
2:20am Jacksonville-NTork 2:10am
1:55 pm Jacksonville 1:50 pm
4:17 pm Jacksonville 3:50 pm
2:15 am Tampa-
Manatee-St Petrsbrg 4:05 pm
2:55 am N'York-St. Petrsbrg 1:35 am
2u5 am Tampa 2:15 am
1:50 pm Tampa-Manatee 1:35 pm
4:05 pm Tampa-St. Petrsbrg 4:05 pm
ATLANTIC COAST LINE R. R.
2:27 am Jacksonville-N'lork 2:33 am
1:45 pm Jksonville-Gainsville 3:24 pro
6:42 am Jksonville-Gansville 10:13 pm
2:33 am St.Petsbrg-Lakeland 2:27 am
3:24 pm St.Petsbrg-Lakeland 1:25 pm
7:10 am Dunnellon-w ucox
7:25 am Dunellon-Lkeland 11:03 pn
? :30 pm Homosassa 1:25 pm
10:15 pm Leesburg 6:42are
4:45 pm Gainesville 11:50 am
Monday, Wednesday, Friday.
Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday.
itarv snop tno.-e roi
Mr. P.. L. Anderson Jr. left yester yester-l:y
l:y yester-l:y for Tallahassee, on a short busi business
ness business trip.
Meet me at the Union Station
Restaurant for a regular family style
dinner Best dinner in the state for 75
cents. Eatand drink all you want.
Dinner 11 a. m. to 2:30 p. m. Owned
and operated by 100 Americans, tf
Mrs. Horace Harold left this after
noon for a short stay in Leesburg.
Nobby Ready-to-Wear Hats just re received
ceived received "at FISHEL'S.
Garcia de Ora, that mild Havana
filler; 10 cents all dealers. 25-lm
Our Bathing Caps are pretty and
durable. All fresh stock. Gerig's
Children's Dresses all sacrificed be-
low cost. FISHEL'S. St
MAIL ORDERS GIVEN PROMPT ATTENTION
EVER WEAR HOSIERY sold by
best retailers EVERYWHERE, at
Buy a new book at week at THE
BOOK SHOP. 31
Bloc Serg Trousers, aH-wooL re reduced
duced reduced to AJ90 at FISHEL'S.
BICYCLES Just received a ship-. New shipments of MILLINERY ar ar-ment
ment ar-ment of high grade bicycles which riving daily at FISHEL'S. 3t
will be sold on easy payment plan. B.j
F. Condon, Ocala, Fla. lS-t f All Garcia de Ora cigars wrapped
Jin tin foil; 10 cent all dealers. 25-lm
A large shipment just received of j
Bordeaux Mixture, Disinfectants and Stationery at the most reasonable
the Anti-. prices. We are offering splendid
INSECTICIDES, etc, at
Monopoly Drug Store.
20-12t jvalues at THE EOOK SHOP. St