This morning, 78.
This afternoon, 98.
Generally fair tonight
OCALA, FLORIDA. THURSDAY, JUNE 23, 1921
110 AIID WOOLY
In the Game Yesterday Lawtey Won
by Eight to Six Over
(By L.T. I.)
Yesterday afternoon saw a game at
uie ucaia Dan parK tnai was cnieny
characterized by its wild and wooly
hitting and fancy catches. It was a
close, exciting and intensely interest interest-ine
ine interest-ine eame from start to fir.ish and one
of the most enjoyed games of the sea
son, even if the locals did get the
small end of the score. The local
team got two more hits than the visi visitors
tors visitors and made two less errors but
still Dame Fortune handed out the
victory to the visitors.
The game was marked by special
features that made it full of pep and
ginger at all stages. Fred Luff man
started off the fancy playing when he
raced pell mell towards the railroad
cut for a foul fly off the bat of Ep Epperson
person Epperson in the second inning. Fred
caught the ball just as he reached the
wire stretched around the lot and
was unable to stop so he fell over the
wire and rolled head over heels out
onto the, railroad but held on to the
pill. In the fifth Swink, playing
shortstop for Ocala, made a pretty
backwards running catch of the fly hit
by Epperson. In the seventh Strick Strickland
land Strickland worked a trick on the Lawtey
Ditcher that brought smiles from all
the spectators and even the opposing
team. Pierce had been throwing to
first several times in an effort to
catch Strickland off base. Finally
Strickland took a good lead off and in instead
stead instead of dodging back to the first
sack lit out for second as soon as the
pitcher threw to first and was safe
at second before the first baseman
could relay the ball to second. The
hitting of Strickland was also a stellar
feature of the game. He came to hat
five times, secured one three-bagger
and three singles. One of the singles
was a three-bagger but Strickland
failed to touch the second sack on the
hit. A miraculous, running, one-hand
stab of Luffman's fly in the eighth by
Epperson was a sweet i evenge that
he got on Luff man for the robbery of
his foul in the second. Joe Brooks
came right back in the ninth and
made a similar catch between right
and center, robbing F. Moore of what
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iwjvcu nn.e a uucc-uoggci nucu ib
started on its mad flight. The pitch pitching
ing pitching of King for Ocala was bad in three
innings and let let up enough hits in
three innings to lose his game. The
other six innings were hitless and
wonderful pitching. In the first and
second he allowed three and two hits.
Then he settled down to Mother Earth
and allowed no more hits until the
ninth, when he donated four more and
lost his game. Pierce let the locals
secure hits a few at a time through throughout
out throughout the entire game.
A little poor base running lost a
run or two for the locals this time as
it has done several times before.
Ocala has a heavy hitting team this
; year and we must learn to mase our
many hits count for more runs.
The game by innings:
' First inning: Lawtey started things
off like a scared cotton-tail leading a
pack of 'hungry hounds. Burney led
the batting order and hit the first ball
pitched to the hands of Liddell. Kick Kick-liter
liter Kick-liter waited for "the first one over but
popped the next one up to Leaven
good. With two down somebody let
down the bars and the stampede be
gan. Epperson got a two-bagger. F,
Moore singled and scored Epperson.
King hit Wall with the ball. Godwin
came to ba,t and drove out a two two-bagger
bagger two-bagger that cleaned the bases with
the exception of himeslf. D. Moore
struck out. Pierce started off witn a
fixed determination to send Ocala
into scoreless extermination and it
looked as if he was going to carry out
his outrageous and unmerciful re
solve. Liddell and Leavengood struck
out. Strickland hit a terrific one for
three bases but was called out for not
Duttine- his No. 10 squarely on the
second station. Lawtey, 3, Ocala, 0.
Second inning: Lawtey still had
high ambitions and annezed another
in this round. Woo ten led off with
a single but was caught a second
when Pierce hit to King. King threw
to Leavengood who forced Wooten but
.: in his haste for a double overthrew
: first and Pierce made second before
Strickland recovered the ball. Bur Bur--
- Bur-- ney sacrificed Pierce to third. Kick-
liter singled and Pierce scored. Ep Epperson
person Epperson popped up the .foul that made
Luffman famous. Ocala showed signs
.of life and intentions of struggling a
little in the second. Wood led off with
a grounder to short who fumbled and
Wood was safe. He stole second. In
the meantime Swink drew a free pass
to first. Dinkin3 singled and then
took second on the throw to third
which caught Swink. Woodi scored
from second on the single. King sac sacrificed
rificed sacrificed Dihkins to third whence he
scored on a wild pitch 4 by Pierce.
Brooks struck out and retired the
side. Lawtey, 3, Ocala, 2.
Third inning: King seemed to
come into his own in this inning and
Lawtey was at his tender mercy until
the ninth, not making a hit or even
getting a man on first until the ninth
inning, with the exception of Wall in
this inning, when he reached first on
an error by Luffman and second on a
wild throw on the part of King. Ocala
scored again in the third. Luffman
led off with a single, but tried to
stretch it to a double when the center
fielder fumbled and let the ball get by
but Epperson was fast in recovering
and caught Luffman at second. Lid Liddell
dell Liddell went out short to first but with
two down Leavengood doubled. Strick Strickland
land Strickland tripled and scored Leavengood.
Strickland went wild on base and
tried to steal home but was detected
and arrested at the plate. Lawtey, 3,
Fourth inning: Lawtey didn't smell
first. Ocala had the same luck or
worse for she played into a double
play when Dinkins hit a line drive to
short and Swink was doubled back at
first. Lawtey, 4, Ocala, 3.
Fifth inning: Lawtey. out one, two,
three. Ocala tied the score this time.
King led off with a single. Made sec second
ond second when the second baseman drop dropped
ped dropped the ball. Scored on Brooks' sin single.
gle. single. Brooks stole second but died
there when Luffman, Liddell and
Leavengood made three short, sweet
outs. Lawtey, 4, Ocala, 4.
Sixth inning: Lawtey didn't worry
us much for Fred Luffman and Leav Leavengood
engood Leavengood each made pretty running
stops in this inning and took the wind
out of the sails of Wall and Godwin.
D. Moore thought it useless to try
the impregnable infield so he unosten unostentatiously
tatiously unostentatiously struck out. Strickland sin singled
gled singled and stole second but went wild
again and was out trying to pilfer the
third sack. That disgusted Wood and
Swink and they fanned the ether.
Lawtey, 4, Ocala, 4.
Seventh inning: The lucky seventh
wasn't notoriously lucky for either
team. Lawtey didn't cross sack one
and although Ocala got Dinkins there
by an error Epperson robbed us of an another
other another run with that ambitious catch
of -his in center field. Lawtey, 4,
Eighth inning: The Lawtey boys
didn't have time to rest themselves
before the first three up were also
down and they were trotting back to
the field. Ocala thought she had won
the game in her half when she had
made another run. Not a Lawtey man
had gotten a hit or even reached the
first sack since the third inning. King
was holding them at his mercy so we
thought our one-run lead in the
eighth was the winning run, but, oh;
well, I'm getting ahead of the story.
Let's tell how we got that one run
first. It came again with two down.
Liddell and Leavengood struck out.
Then Strickland singled. Wood drew
an error. Swing doubled and scored
Strickland. Dinkins made the third
out, second to first. Lawtey, 4, Ocala,
Ninth inning: All Ocala had to do
was to continue the stuff she had been
handing out for the last six innings
and the game would be over. Specta Spectators
tors Spectators were preparing to go home, ,but
alas, King weakened and my what a
merry-go-round those Lawtey boys
did have. Wall led off with a single.
Godwin sacrificed him to second. Hub Hubbard
bard Hubbard came in as a pinch hitter and
drew an error from short. Wooten
singled and scored Wall and Godwin.
Burney singled and scored Hubbard.
Strickland went into the box for
Ocala but Kickliter still had a hit in
his system arid got a single, scoring
Burney. Epperson struck out and
stopped the sad riot. Ocala came up
for her last chance with blood in her
eye, but the blood wasnt thick enough
to cover up the damage done. King
led off with a strike out. Clements
pinch hit for Brooks and annexed
unto his record a two-bagger. Luff
man sacrificed him to third. Liddell
got a two-bagger and scored Clem
ents. Leavengood drew an error.
Strickland tried for his fifth hit and
drove a long fly to left but Moore
pulled it down from the tall timber
and the game was over but not for forgotten.
gotten. forgotten. Lawtey, 8, Ocala, 6.
The Box Score
Burney, 3rd 4 1 12 0 1
Kickliter, 1st 5 0 2 7 0 0
Epperson, cf 5 1 1 1 2 0
F. Moore. If 4 1 1 2 0 0
WalL 2nd ....
D. Moore, rf
Pierce, p ..
36 8 10 27 10 6
Batted for D. Moore.
AB R H PO A E
LiddelL cf ....5 0 1 2 0 0
Leavengood, 2nd ..5 1 1 2 3 1
Strickland, 1st 5 1 4 12 0 0
Wood, If .4 10 0 0
Swink, ss 2 0 1 25
Dinkins, c 4 1 1 7
King, p.. 3 1 1 0 3
Brooks, rf 2 0 1 1 0
Luffman, 3rd 4 0 11 3
Clements 1 1 1 0 0
35 6 12 27 14 4
Batted for Brooks.
Score by innings:
Lawtey 310 000 0048
Summary; three base hits, Strick Strickland;
land; Strickland; two base hits, Epperson, God
win, Liddell, Leavengood, Swink,
Clements; sacrifice hits, Burney, God
win, King, Brooks; stolen bases, Kick-
liter, Wooten, Strickland, Wood and
Brooks; struck out by Pierce, 8,, by
King, 5, by Strickland, 1; hits off
Pierce. 12, off King, 9, off Strickland,
1; hit by pitcher. Pierce, 1, King, 1;
base on balls, of Pierce, 1, off King,
0, off Strickland, 0; double play,
Wooten to Kickliter; wild pitch. Pierce
and King. Time, two hours. Scorer,
I'll say it was a real good ball
game, full of hitting, running and ex ex-citeemnt.
citeemnt. ex-citeemnt. If you have a weak heart
don't come to the games that we are
having now for you would not be able
to stand the pressure.
Clements will hold down the slab
for us today. He will show that heavy
slugging bunch from Lawtey that he
has the goods and is going to deliver
them C. O. D. today.
Attendance yesterday, 125 whole
tickets, .12 half tickets. Receipts,
$65.50. Lawtey came to Ocala for ex expense
pense expense for 12 men. The expenses are
as follows: Railroad fare, $60; hotel
rooms two nights, $24; four meals at
50c. for 12 men, $24. Total, $108.
Additional expenses of balls and war
tax amount to about $36. We must
have at least a $100 crowd today to
NO GAME FRIDAY
- The Lawtey boys are not able to
stay over for a game Friday as was
fiist advertised Today's game will
be the last of the series with them at
ANOTHER ATTEMPT TO
' FLY ACROSS AMERICA
Los. Angeles, June 23. The start
of a non-stop aerial dash for New
York will be made this afternoon
from Riverside, Calif.
ELECTED AN OCALA
DRUGGIST TO OFFICE
Miami, Junev23. W. G. Perry was
elected president for the ensuing year
by the Florida State Pharmaceutical
Association at its annual meeting here
recently. Other officers were elected
as follows: First vice president, J. J.
Gerig, Ocala; second vice president,
J. R. West Jr., Tarpon Springs; secretary-treasurer,
J. H. Haughton,
The following were recommended
to Governor Hardee for membership
on the state board of pharmacy: "W.
D. Jones, Jacksonville; W. M. Han Han-kins,
kins, Han-kins, Daytona; H. H. D'Alembert,
Pensacola, and N. H. Hunter, Fort
The convention was declared to be
one of the most successful in point of
attendance, in the history of the as association.
sociation. association. Papers relating to sundry
subjects of interest to the profession
were read, while prizes were awarded
for those considered to contain the
It was decided to increase the an
nual membership fee to $5. Members
of the Ladies' Auxiliary Association
announced they would continue their
work of raising funds with which to
assist -students desirous of attending
co'leges of pharmacy.
,The annual meeting of the stock stockholders
holders stockholders of the Clarkson Hardware
; Company will be held at the office of
the company in Ocala. Florida, on
Tuesday, July 5th, 1921, at 8 o'clock
p. m. F. E. Wetherbee,
22-10t Secretary and Treasurer.
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An Institution that if Established
Will be a Great Benefit to Mar Marion
ion Marion County and Ocala
In spite of the rain which fell about
8 o'clock, there was a good crowd at
the meeting in the courthouse Wed Wednesday
nesday Wednesday night, the last of a series of
four held in this county, Monday and
Tuesday, for the discussion of dairy dairying
ing dairying and the establishment of a cream creamery.
ery. creamery. The talks made at last night's
meeting were largely of a technical
nature. It was at the close of the
meeting when many of the farmers
remained to discuss the matter in an
informal manner that real enthusiasm
was shown! There is more interest in
the establishment of a creamery here
than there has been in anything pro proposed
posed proposed recently.
Talks were made by Prof. John M.
Scott, vice director of the Experiment
Station at Gainesville, who spoke on
dairying in general; Prof. C. P. Thom Thomson,
son, Thomson, forage crop specialist, who spoke
on forage crops;. Dr. Shealy, profes professor
sor professor of veterinary science, who dis discussed
cussed discussed some of the important diseases
of dairy cattle and their remedy; E.
W. Jenkins, district agricultural
agent, showed some pictures of fine
types of dairy cattle and of forage
crops. The meeting was in charge of
Mr. K. C. Moore, county agricultural
It is planned to have more meet meetings
ings meetings of an educational nature and as
soon as possible a meeting of those
actually interested in the establish establishment
ment establishment of a creamery will be held. The
county agent is now making an effort
to get in touch with an experienced
creamery man to manage the cream creamery
ery creamery here in the event that it is established.
NO MEETING TONIGHT
OF BOARD OF TRADE
The Board of Trade will not meet meet-tonight.
tonight. meet-tonight. A meeting of unusual im importance
portance importance will be held next Wednesday
AT CAMP JOHNSTON
Big Warehouse and Valuable
Equipment Gone Up
(Associated Press j
Jacksonville, June 23. An official
investigation to determine the origin
of the fire which late yesterday de destroyed
stroyed destroyed the large warehouse of the
state road department at Camp John Johnston
ston Johnston was under way today and a gang
of laborers will be put to work to
ascertain what part of the damaged
property may be salvaged. Road de department
partment department officials estimate the dam damage
age damage in excess of a million and a half.
The building contained a large amount
of motor equipment recently turned
over to the state by the war depart department
ment department for the convict road gangs.
' Officials said the road department
carried no insurance on the material.
Title to the motor equipment remain remained
ed remained vested in the federal government,
it was said.
BROKE LOOSE AT BROMBERG
Warsaw, June 23. Three Poles
were killed and 21 wounded during an
anti-German demonstration at Brom Brom-berg
berg Brom-berg yesterday. Seven policemen were
wounded during the disorders.
THIRTIES NAME SHOULD y
Key West, June 23. The crew of
the schooner Thirtie, of Biloxi, Miss.,
are in jail here as a result of a brush
with the coast guard cutter Cygan off
the Florida reef Monday. The com-
J mander of the cutter found 100 case
I of liquor aboard. The Thirtie .triej to
' escape by sailing in shallow water
over a reef but struck bottom. The
! cutter then took charge. The boat was
j towed here, the liquor delivered to the
customs authorities and the crew of
HALCYON HELD HAPPINESS
Miami, June 23. An armed guard
from the coast guard service boarded
the Honduran schooner Halcyon here
today to prevent her departure. Pro-
I hibition agents .found liquor aboard.
BUILD THE BUDGET
Charlie Dawes Cant Rely on the
Inadequate Staff Provided
Washington, June 23. Charles G.
Dawes, selected by President Harding
to head the new government budget
system, announced after a conference
with the president today he would
call on a number of experienced busi business
ness business men to serve in the budget bu bureau
reau bureau without pay because he consider considered
ed considered the staff provided by Congress
Mr. Dawes declared in a statement
that if the budget system was to be
a success reliance must be placed on
"something else than the pitiful ma machinery
chinery machinery provided by law. One might
as well be handed a toothpick with
which to tunnel Pike's Peak."
SIMS REPORTED TO DENBY
Admiral Sims reported personally!
to Secretary Denby today that he
had been misquoted in the accounts of
his remarks made in London touching
on Irish sympathizers in the United
States. The officer was recalled from
his leave of absence to explain these
remarks and Secretary Denby direct directed
ed directed him today to make a written state statement,
ment, statement, giving the correct text of what
BEGUN IN ORLANDO
Orlando, June 23. Work has begun
on a $250,000 apartment house which
is to be erected on Colonial Drive
The shovel used in removing the
firts dirt from th excavation has
been presented to Mrs. Herbert Wich Wich-endahl;
endahl; Wich-endahl; after having the handle paint painted
ed painted mahogany and the spade gilded
gold, she plans to place it in the lobby
of the house for preservation.
Sheriff Thomas yesterday unearth unearthed
ed unearthed an oversized, extra strong still in
the York neighborhood. Abraham
Grady, colored, was the owner of the
apparatus lately brought to the eyes
of the officers of the law. Abe was
using an empty gasoline drum for his
mash container and- a right good one
it made. There was no chance for
leakage in Abe's paraphernalia and it
had the ordinary lard can outfit beat
all hollow. Abe was arrested and
escorted to town without any com
plaint on his part.
LEADING ISSUES BETWEEN
(?05IPERS AND LEWIS
Denver, June 23 Government own
ership of railroads and nationaliza
tion of the coal mines are the two
major issues on which John L. Lewis
hopes to win the presidency of the
American Federation of Labor, it was
learned today. On the other hand
President Samuel Gompers is striving
for re-election upon his record of the
past 41 years as leader of the Ameri
can labor movement.
WORLD'S PREMIER GOLFERS
PLAYING IN SCOTLAND
, (Associated Press
SL Andrews. Scotland. June 23.
Eighty-five of the world's premier
golfers are here. today for the first
day's competition for the blue ribbon
of the British golfing world, the open
championship. Jim Barnes, of Pel
ham, N. Y, a professional, is consid
ered as one American who would give
an excellent account of himself in, the
tournament. Walter Ha gen, Bobby
Jones and Jock Hutchinson had many
supporters when play began.
EGYPT WANTS TO GET
RID OF ENGLAND
Geneva, June 23. The council of
the league of nations has been asked
to mediate between Egypt and Great
Britain. It is declared by Egyptian
leaders that the league can assure the
independence of the Nile valley and
is competent to act since Egypt never
recognized the British protectorate
"forced upon her in 1914.
In order to make room for our La Ladies'
dies' Ladies' midsummer HATS we are abso absolutely
lutely absolutely sacrificing our SPRING HATS.
This is a Studebakcr year.
Oil THE WAVES
Comrades of Douglas and Phunb Pay
Fitting Tribune to Their Dead
Brothers in Arms
Washington. June 23. Two of the
leading flyers of the army air lerrice.
Captain Howard T. Douglas and Lieut.
Merrill J. Plumb, were drowned in
Chesapeake Bay yesterday after a
collision of their planes in the course
of a bombing raid directed at the hulk
of the old battleship San Marcos off
TONS OF FLOWERS ABOVE
Newport News, June 23. Nearly
two score airplanes today covered the
wreck of the old battleship San Mar
cos and the waters of the Chesapeake
Bay nearby with tons of flowers in
memory of Captain Howard Douglas
and Lieut. M. J. Plumb, killed yester yesterday
day yesterday when" their planes crashed in the
air and fell into the water. A 300-
pound bomb exploded near the airmen
as their machines hit the water and
it is believed both men and machines
were blom to pieces. The maneuvers
were suspended today in their honor.
Wednesday afternoon at two o'clock
at the home of Mr. and Mrs. B. F.
Morrison, Rev. W. F. Creson of the
Presbyterian church, officiating. Miss
Claudia M. Nichols cf Leesburg,' was
married to Mr. Thomas J. McGahagin.
The wedding was a very quiet affair,
only the bride's father and sister be being
ing being present besides Mr. and Mrs. Mor
rison, the former a cousin of the
groom, immediately alter the cere
mony the happy young couple left for
St. Petersburg, where they will re reside,
side, reside, the groom being an operator for
the Coast Line.
The bride is an exceptionally pretty
young lady vivacious and charming.
In her home town, Leesburg, she has
a wide circle or mends.
The groom is a son of General W.
E. McGahagin of this city. He was
born and reared in Marion county and
for the past ten or twelve years has
been connected with the Atlantic
Coast Line. For awhile he was sta stationed
tioned stationed at Oklawaha, then in the Ocala
office and before going to SL Peters
burg was agent at Leesburg. Mr. Mc McGahagin
Gahagin McGahagin is a steady, bright and hon honorable
orable honorable young man, among the very
best of Marion county's boys. During
his service in the army the railroad
kept his position for him.
The Star joins the many friends of
Mr. and Mrs. McGahagin in wishing
them much success and happiness in
their married life.
Tokio, June 23. Japanese and bol bol-shevik
shevik bol-shevik forces have clashed near Nik-
olaievsk with several casualties, says
an official report issued here. It is
asserted the Japanese were attacked
by the bolshevikL
CANADA'S PRIZE COW HAS
v SET A NEW RECORD
Brantford, Ontario, June 23. Bella
Pontiac, the world's record cow, has
set a new record for the fiscal year
ending June 18th. The cow produced
27,017 pounds of milk, 1259 pounds of
fat, 1573.75 pounds of butter.
PICNIC FOR YOUNG FOLKS
Mrs. J. H. Therrell. superintendent
of the Junior Missionary Society of
the Methodist church, entertained
the members yesterday at a picnic at
Silver Springs. At Jeast thirty boys
and girls were present and the day
was a most delightful one, the time
being spent in games of various kinds
and swimming. A bountiful picnic
lunch was spread about noon tinder
the huge oaks in the picnic grounds
and it was dark before this happy oc occasion
casion occasion came to an end. It will inger
long in the minds of the young folks
as one of the jolliest times of their
The Woman's Auxiliary of the
American Legion will have & special
meeting Friday night at 8 o'clock at
the armory. Members are urged 'to
attend to make plans for a boat trip
June 30. Chaire I Horemen,
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If Marion county people want to
bay stock, what is the matter with
putting their money into the proposed
At the meeting of the Southern
Newspaper Publishers Association, at
Asheville, N. C, Mr. W. A. Elliot of
the Florida Times-Union was elected
president by a unanimous vote. It
would have been difficult to find a
better man than Mr. Elliott for this
A considerable number of represen representative
tative representative cattlemen gather in the court
house last Saturday, to meet Repre
sentative Hunter and hear from him
a report of important legislation at
Tallahassee. The cattlemen's associa
tion is strong in Marion, with 1500
members, and naturally all are keenly
interested in legislation.
The Star is going to lose its effl
cient Belleview correspondent, Miss
Majorie Merrill, who Saturday will
become the bride of Mr. J. H. Hames.
The wedding is to be in the Baptist
church at Belleview, and will be a
double one, for at the same time will
be married Miss Eleanor Abshier to
Mr. Winters Hames. All the young
people have the sincere good wishes
of the Star, particularly Miss Merrill,
who has served our readers faithfully
and efficiently for the last four years.
The local post of the American
Legion is going to have a moonlight
picnic down Silver and Oklawaha riv
ers next Tuesday evening. Fro in
present indications, all who go wh!
have a most pleasant time, to knovf
which will please all their friend..
Members of the post, particularly
those living out in the country, should
take notice of this and communicate
as soon as possible with Vice Com Commander
mander Commander Elwood Raymond, who is in
charge of all the preparations.
The McKinley administration took
possession of the Philippines, an ex
pensive and unnecessary proceeding,
fraught with danger and loaded with
expense to this country, beside costing
many American and many more Fill
pino lives. President Wilson was
moving to give the islands their inde
pendence when a republican Congress
headed him off. It is the pronounced
policy of the republican party to keep
the Philippines. Hayti was a sore on
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UVJE -1UKC UC ttACE tUrt
the American continent, a constant
trouble to the United States and
either an irritant or a temptation to
other nations. The Wilson adzninis-
tration took possession of it for bet better
ter better reasons than the McKinley admin
istration took the Philippines, and
has made it a land safe to live in. Mc
Kinley and the republicans are prais
ed for their large and unnecessary
act of aggression; Wilson and the
democrats are cursed for the smaller
and exceedingly needful one.
OF SUMTER COUNTY
The Dade Memorial Association of
Sumter county is putting on for July
7th, of this year, one of the greatest
picnic-barbecues ever held in the
The picnic is to be held on the site
of the Dade massacre and is to cele celebrate
brate celebrate the establishing of Dade Me Memorial
morial Memorial Park and perpetuate the mem memory
ory memory of Major Dade and his brave
comrades who gave up their lives to
make this state safe for the white
race. A number of prominent men
will be present and deliver addresses,
including the committee appointed by
the governor to expend or supervise
the expenditure of the $5000 appro appropriation
priation appropriation made by the state legislature
for the purpose of establishing this
park and monument.
The whole state and nation are in
terested in this marking- of the heroic
acts of our forefathers and are in in-viated
viated in-viated to be present on that day.
Samuel Getzen, Reporter.
It is known to but few, but our de
parted fellow-citizen, Mr. Len Dozier
was the model for the statue of the
Confederate soldier in Hemming
Park, Jacksonville. Before age had
begun to sap his strength, he was a
typical figure of the war-worn Con
federate soldier in the last days of
our great civil contest. Mr. Dozier
was comrade and friend to Col. J. M
Martin, and only a few days before
his death paid a visit to his old-time
commander, who tho helpless from the
result of his recent fall, is otherwise
well and cheerful. The two old sol
diers had a small reunion, in which
they talked a long time of the days
in which they together faced the
ranks of blue. On this occasion, the
mists that had for a while clouded
Mr. Dozier's mind were blown away
and he was again the man of alert
and vigorous mentality that he had
been thru many years of peace and
Moss Bluff, June 22. Thursday aft
ernoon Mrs. Lester Wheeler enter entertained
tained entertained at her home on Long Lake her
Sunday school class. About 4 o'clock
they took a swim in the lake, after
which a delicious lunch was served.
Among those enjoying Mrs. Wheeler's
hospitality were Misses Mabel Squires,
Helen Squires, Doris Squires, Martha
Fort, Elsie Davis, Mrs. W. C. White,
Mrs. J. S. Martin and Miss Hoyt Mar
The sewing circle will have a picnic
Thursday on Long Lake. All the
members are urged to be present.
Rev. Colson will fill his regular ap
pointment at the Christian church
Sunday, morning and evening.
Mrs. Lewis and four children of
Londwood, are visiting at the home
of Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Martin.
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Griggs and
two children, Mrs. Weaver and son
Joe, spent the week-end at Longwood
Miss Hoyt Martin is spending the
week with her grandmother, Mrs. J.
C. Pillans of Electra,
The crops are all looking better
after the local showers we have been
having for the past few days.
Mrs. J. P. Galolway and children and
Miss Martha Fort wers callers in
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Davis and
children arrived last Wednesday from
Alabama an dare pleasantly located at
the home of the former's parents, Mr.
and Mrs. J. P. Davis.
Mr. Reuben Redding and son are in
our vicinity this week, gathering their
Mrs. M. Mock and daughter, Mrs.
B. B. Fletcher, spent Monday with
Mrs. Albert Fort-
Sunday school Sunday at 3:30 p. m.
Everyone cordially invited.
Mrs. Galloway had as her guests
Monday afternoon Mrs. Otis Squires,
Mrs. John Martin and daughter, Edith
and Mrs. Lester Wheeler.
"Passing tho Buck."
Nothing develops any human being
quite so much as meeting every single
obligation, real or Implied, that he
ever assumes. The present-aay neon.
I known In slang as "passing the buck,"
its keeping thousand of men from sue sue-I
I sue-I cess. Whatever you may have agreed
to do. even If It seems unwise or un-
I reasonable afterward. Is the thing that
must be done at all costs. To accept
the full measure of today's duties and
responsibilities automatically fits yea
for greater duties and responslbQltlea
tomorrow. William Whitman m
TREMENDOUS LOAD FOR
Jacksonville, June 22. Two new
high school buildings, one in River Riverside
side Riverside and one in Springfield, will be
constructed within the next few
months, according to an announce announcement
ment announcement by Dr. Fons A. Hathaway,
county superintendent of public in
struction, at the commencement ex
ercises of the Duval High School. Dr.
Hathaway stated that the county
school 'board within a few days will
have completed plans for submitting
to the voters a proposal to issue
bonds in the sum of one million dol
lars for school improvements.
Shady, June 22. Mr. and Mrs. Jar-
vis and children of Winter Haven, vis
ited their cousins, Mr. and Mrs. F. C.
Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Freeman of
Belleview. and Mrs. Robert Freeman
of Ocala were spend the day guests of
Mr. and Mrs. Z. V. Freeman Thurs
Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Blair and chil
dren of Winter Garden are spending
a few days witji Mrs. Blair's parents,
Mr. and Mrs. S. L. Redding.
That was a merry party of B. Y. P.
U. members that gathered at Mr. and
Mrs. Goin's home on Friday evening.
The crowd, soon after all arrived,
went out on the green, and indulged in
games and stunts until a late hour.
Tho the evening was unusually warm
we saw people who are young, some
near young and some neither one nor
the other, all playing and running,
laughing and talking as tho' work and
dull care were unknown to them. On
the long, wide veranda in their com
fortable rockers sat the old men and
by the constant hum of their voices
and the glint of their pipes, cigars and
cigarettes we feel sure they were en enjoying
joying enjoying a good deal of a gabfest. The
"talking machine" was something of
an entertainer too, as the real young
fry never let it quite rm down for the
better part of the evening. Mr. and
Mrs. Goin had prepared a supper suf-1
ficient for every member of both
unions and as they were not all there,
Messrs. Lee Jones, Goldie Barnes,
Gussie Liddon and Arthur Douglas
kindly tried to keep the part of the
absent ones from going to waste. Ev Every
ery Every one thought that the supper table
looked as if it had been prepared for
a wedding feast- and some tried to
have the ceremony supplied but as
there was neither parson nor justice
of the peace present it had to be de deferred.
ferred. deferred. Those present are much in
debted to Mr. and Mrs. Goin and Miss
Stroble for a very pleasant evening
and we feel real sorry for all members
whfJ were not there.
Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Jones will en entertain
tertain entertain the B. Y. P. U. members and
friends Friday night week and it is
hoped a large crowd will be present.
Mr. Fred Buhl, who is not too old
to have birthdays, enjoyed one last
Sunday, one that begins with a ,four.
Mrs. Buhl and the boys and their
Henriford carried Mr. Buhl to Silver
Springs in the afternoon and we be believe
lieve believe the entire day was a red letter
day for him. Here's hoping for many
more birthdays for the good citizen.
We are sorry to hear that Mr.
George Buhl has been having fever
and hope he will soon be well again.
Good congregations greeted Rev.
Boatright morning and evening last
Sunday and were much edified by the
earnest and inspiring sermons he
preached. Rev. Boatright has receiv received
ed received an unanimous call from the mem members
bers members (those present) of Olivet to be become
come become its pastor for the remainder of
the fiscal year.
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Morrison of Cal Calvary,
vary, Calvary, Mr. and Mrs. Joshua Gist of
Santos, Mrs. Ernest Blair of Winter
Garden and Mrs. Boatright and daugh daughter.
ter. daughter. Miss Rodolph of Anthony, were
some of the visitors at church Sunday.
Tomatoes will soon be a thing of
the past here and the next thing to
become interested in as a money
maker is this creamery our county
agent is drumming up. Almost we are
persuaded to think a county agent is
a right good thing after all and we
particularly like bald-headed ones as
we believe they become bald by think thinking
ing thinking ahead for the busy farmer and
not because of a scrappy wife. Mr.
K. C. Moore deserves a medal for get getting
ting getting some people in this burg interest interested
ed interested in the creamery, for interested
they are, and we hope it will be a
great big success.
Mrs. Otis Gaskin, who is still far
from well, is staying in Ocala this
week and taking special treatment
from an Ocala physician.
L'GAR SATURDAY AND MONDAY
15 pounds of sugar for ore dollar,
jrcth a dollar's worth of other groe-
ries for cash, Saturday and Monday
rly. Pnone 377.
wky-tf H. B. WHITTINGTON.
There's no extra charge for clean-
ing your fish at'the City Fish Market.
Phone 158. tf
W. K. Lane, 1L D physician aad
surgeon, specialist eye, ear, nose and
(hroaL Office over 5 and 10 cent tor.
OF INTEREST TO
St. Leo College, St. Leo, Fla.
Dear Parents": I have heard it re remarked
marked remarked that our country is going edu educationally
cationally educationally mad. Of course, every one
who lias given this matter any serious
thought knows it is not so. But what
has happened is this: Every parent
knows today that ignorance in our
country is no longer a fad. Every
thoughtful parent eralizes that the
eight primary grades are not sufficient
to equip our rising generation to
solve contemporary problems. At least
At Ocala Baseball
In a season such as the past one, what prices
would you receive for grapefruit and
If there were no
Florida Citrus Exchange?
What would be the returns to growers from
a record-breaking crop of the state in a low low-price
price low-price year
If there were no
Florida Citrus Exchange?
How manv of
a high school education must be had
to prepare one efficiently to measure
up to the demand of our times.
If you are contemplating to give
your boy the benefits of a high school
LAWTEY vs. OCALA
Thursday and Friday
Pitchers; Clemnents, King and Gates
the war-time and other ex
tras" in transportation and similar charges
would still be in force
If there were no
Florida Citrus Exchange?
What would be the present prospects for
any substantial reductions in freight rates
on grapefruit and oranges
If there were no
, Florida Citrus Exchange?
What protection would be afforded against
excessive costs of production, growing out
of high prices for fertilizers, crate ma materials,
terials, materials, etc
If there were xm
Florida Citrus Exchange?.
.What would be the present condition and
the future outlook of the citrus industry of
the state of Florida and of individuals en engaged
gaged engaged therein
If there were no
- Florida Citrus Exchange?
.Would you not be willing to sell your grove
properties for a good deal smaller sum of
money than could Tie secured for them if of offered
fered offered for sale at this time
, If there were ne
' Florida Citrus Exchange?
f tW Florida Citrus Exchange is in existence and has be become
come become even straager than before despite adverse conditions, why
Bot increase its efficiency by your membership? For further in information
formation information coasult tho manager of the nearest Association or
nb-exchanga, or write to the business manager at Tampa,
BIGGEST AND BEST DRINK
That soda water of ours has just
the rijrht flavor to quench a big
thirst. It's all in the mixing, in ex exact
act exact proportions, that give our soda
the uniformly distinctive flavor that
has made us famous for dispensing
th best. Every glassful has a soft,
education, we respectfully ask you to
get in touch with us.
Father John, St. Leo College,
21-3f Saint Leo. Fla.
called at 4 p. m.
OCALA EVENDtG STAR, THtJESDAY. JUNE 23, 1921
We Are Still Receiving
Ladies' Midsummer Hats
Weekly and we have a large and varied assort assortment
ment assortment in all seasonable shades, in large
hats, small hats, and medium hats.
Our Stock Now Comprises
and. Semi-Dress Hats
Horse Hair Braids.
Batavia Cloth, -Peannit
for mountain or seashore
Angora Trimmed Hats.
Stitched Straw and Felt Combination.
which we nni sell at a decided redaction from regular prices.
; ; ;
Come in and let us show you, also our pretty VOILES
at reduced prices before they are sold.
The Store of Friendly Wishes
The postoffice is diagonally across the street from oar store.
J. H. SPENCER
W. R. PEDRICK
Spencer-Pedrick Motor Co.
"VESTA" Battery Ser Service
vice Service Station
S W I l I
FOR ALL MAKES OF,
GOODYEAR and U. S. TIRES and TUBES
GASOLINE, OILS and GREASE
FULLY EQUIPPED GARAGE, EMPLOYING ONLY EFFICIENT
MECHANICS, ASSURING PROMPT SERVICE AT ALL TIMES
Spencer-Pedrick Motor Co.
OCALA, PHONE 271 FLORIDA
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I Bertram Ibbetson & Co., I
Chartered Accountants g
of Atlanta, Georgia,
WilVopen an office in the CommerciatBank Balding
of Ocala, Florida, effective July 1st, 1921, for the
practice of Accounting, Systematizing, Income Tax
Consultation and Preparation of Returns. V
g ATLANTA OFFICE
1 250 PEACHTREE STREET
FOR THE LADY WHO CARES
The exact thing' you want you will
find at Hooper's Milady Beauty Par Parlors.
lors. Parlors. We are now equipped to furnish
you any line in cosmetic that you
are looking for. Our cosmetician is
able to give the very best in skin and
scalp treatment, manicurine. sham
pooing, etc. Electrolysis work done
in all forms; also hair restoring made
a specialty. Phone 272, 112 Fort King
avenue. The shop where the children
like to go. 27-tf
Anthony, June 22. Mr. Robert
Boyt who was a resident of Anthony
a number of years ago is again seen
on our streets greeting old friends.
Mr. David Brown has purchased a
Mr. T. A. Lamb and son, Gary of
Orlando were visitors in Anthony
Miss Lillian Baskin and Miss Wil Wil-lie
lie Wil-lie Creedle returned Monday from
Plymouth, where they were guests of
Mr. and Mrs. C R. Yonge. While gone
they visited several other places in including
cluding including Daytona Beach, DeLand and
' Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Meadows and
daughter, Julia left Monday for Dun Dun-nellon,
nellon, Dun-nellon, where they were joined by Dr.
J, G. Baskin, who will accompany
them to Clearwater, where they will
spend several days.
Miss Hettie Harwell, Miss. Lillie
Milligan, Miss Hattie Milligan, Miss
Caroline Pasteur, Miss Mildred Man Manning,
ning, Manning, Miss Alma Priest, Miss Mar Marguerite
guerite Marguerite Plnmmer, Miss Augusta Dodd
are in Gainesville attending the sum
Miss Alva Gates and mother, Mrs.
J. M. Gates left Tuesday for Gaines
ville, where they will visit Mrs. N. K.
Mr. Holmes Baskin, Mr. George
Brown Jr., Mr. Ted Howell, Mr. C. C.
Lamb and Mr. Brence Burk are in
Georgia to remain during the. fruit
Miss Alyne Marsh and Miss Louise
Martin returned from a pleasant visit
with relatives in Fort McCoy last
Mrs. Frank Morrison and Mrs.
Keeffe of Ocala were Sunday callers
at the E. H. Irby home.
Mr. Bob Swindell and two children
and his niece, Goldie Lee of Apopka,
visited Mrs." Janie Swindell for sev several
eral several lays.
Mr. and Mrs Lyles and Mrs. Guth Guthrie
rie Guthrie of Kendrick spent Sunday as
guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Hall.
Misses Lucile Russell, Aleen Pad Padgett,
gett, Padgett, Doris Russell, Gertrude Hay Haymaker
maker Haymaker and Louise Teuton enjoyed a
house party at the home of Mr. and
Mrs. R. R. Russell this week.
The Anthony and Summerfield base
ball nines met on the ball diamond in
Anthony and played quite an inter interesting
esting interesting game Thursday of last week.
The score was 13 to 9 in favor of An Anthony.
thony. Anthony. The Fort McCoy nine played
an enjoyable game with Anthony
Wednesday of last week.
A large number of our young people
attended a watermelon cutting Wed Wednesday
nesday Wednesday at the home of Miss Anna
Lou Souter in honor of the Fort Mc
Coy baseball boys.
The Oklawaha B. Y. P. U. rendered
a 'very interesting program in the An
thony Baptist church the second Sun
day in this month. Before services
the visiting union members were invit
ed to the home of Rev. J. C. Boat Boat-wright,
wright, Boat-wright, where lunch was served by a
committee of the union composed of
Mrs. J. C. Boatwright, Mrs. H. A.
Meadows, Mrs. Bewley, Misses Mil
dred Manning, Beulah Morrison, Julia
Meadows, Gladys Shealy, Louise Mar Martin
tin Martin and Ralph Manning.
Miss Martha Tison of Gainesville is
a guest at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
W. N. Fielding.
Mr. M. S. Brown of Georgia and
Mr. Clay Stuart of Apopka were call
ers in Anthony Sunday.,
Ada Mae, Ethel, Ellen and their
brother, Mr. Hurley Reynolds of Sum Summerfield,
merfield, Summerfield, are visiting friends in An
thony this week.
The remains of Mrs. J. L. Leitner
of Ocala were interred in the An
thony cemetery Monday afternoon.
Mrs. Leitner was a sister of Mr. R.
E. Lindsey of this place.
There is a league meeting every
Sunday afternoon at the Methodist
church. An invitation is extended to
every one to attend.
Mrs. Florence Gordon of Jackson Jacksonville,
ville, Jacksonville, after a short visit to her par parents,
ents, parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Harveyre
turned home last week.
Our ; Anthony ball team played
Summerfield Saturday, 20 to 1 in fa
vor of .Anthony.
Little Florence Mae Irby gave a
party to her friends Tuesday after afternoon.
Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Caruthers enter entertained
tained entertained their son from Jacksonville for
a few days last week.
The members of the Anthony B. Y.
P. U. were invited to the union at
Oklawaha to attend a splash party
and purlo Thursday -evening of last
week. The eats were splendid and
every one who attended spent a .de .delightful
lightful .delightful evening.
All B. Y. P. U. members are re requested
quested requested to be present Sunday evening
to elect new officers.
I Tuesday morning. Rev. Boyer had
j charge at the church and Rev. J. J.
I CficrhKmiT of Oral rhanlsin of the
American Legion post, had charge at
the grave. There were fifteen mem members
bers members of the American Legion from
Ocala who attended in a body, and
fired three volleys in the air over the
grave. Paul was a favorite young
man among his home folks and the
f.oral tributes were many and beauti
ful and showed the esteem of his
friends here. He leaves his father and
mother, one sister and one brother to
mourn bis loss.
Mr. and Mrs. Schmid wish to thank
all their friends who so kindly assist
ed them in their bereavement.
Rev. E. C Albritton, who has been
so sick for the last five or six weeks,
we are glad to relate is able to be out
in the yard a short time every day.
Mrs. Alton Coggins of Tampa is a
guest at the home of her parents, Mr.
a'n Mrs. E. C. Albert son.
Mrs. J. M. Douglas and Mr. C 3.
Gates made a business trip to Ocala
Wednesday of this week.
Mr. and Mrs. A. K. Willis returned
Friday for a trip to Tampa.
Mr. E. B. Looney has returned from
Oklahoma for the summer. He only
stayed two weeks out there and thinks
he likes Florida best.
The shipment of watermelons is
over here until next season. There
was quite a good crop and the ship shippers
pers shippers realized good prices for the
Mr. Warren Smith has bought a
Ford touring car.
Mr. Milton Albertson and family
have gone to Georgia for the summer.
SOUTH LAKE WEIR
South Lake Weir, June 22. Paul
Henry Schmid died at Fort Bayard,
New Mexico, last Tuesday, June 14th.
His body arrived on the A. C. L. train
Monday afternoon, June 20, and was
carried to the Presbyterian church at
Weirsdale, where his funeral was held
When cotton is selling as cheap a
it did before the war everything is
bound to decline; buying only in small
quantities we are always able to give
you the benefit of these declines, and
you will always find that we will sell
you as low as the lowest regardless
of sales. TRY US. FISHEL'S, across
from Marion Hardware Co. 2-3t
Chalmers Car. Now a Better Buy $11 Ef A
Than Ever at Its New Low Level of J qj)
P-h"" price are reduced, the nes
ban from $150 to (300 under tbe old.
The nve-pMMmger Touring Car. which
$1795. is now 12545. The Roadster (
wyaj la now
Touring Car, which
Lake Weir, June 22 A crowd of
the Anthony people came to the lake
for a swim and purlo on the beach one
evening last week and enjoyed the eve evening
ning evening in spite of the shower which in interfered
terfered interfered with some of their arrange arrangements,
ments, arrangements, we are told.
Mr. and Mrs. John H. Fale of Lis Lisbon
bon Lisbon spent the past week with Mrs.
Fale's parents, Mr. and Mrs. John
Smith near Oklawaha.
Mr. Henry Schroeder and his dainty
French wife are making a perfect
success of their chicken farm on Sil Silver
ver Silver Lake near Eastlake. Any one con contemplating
templating contemplating starting -a chicken busi business
ness business should go to that model farm and
study Mr. Schroeder's system and
methods of running it for profit, if
they really want to make a business
of it as he does. It is situated on a
slight elevation about 100 yards from
the small lake. The whole farm is
covered with Bermuda grass and
snow white buildings with 1000 White
Leghorn chickens roaming over the
grass, all ages, and separated into
their own quarters as to age and con condition.
dition. condition. Mr. Schroeder keeps the
drinking fountains and houses im immaculate
maculate immaculate so there is no danger of
mites or disease under his watchful
eye. Also the eggs are carefully se selected
lected selected as they are packed for shipping
and it one has even a small rough
place on the shell it is condemned to
remain for home consumption, as he
has one purchaser for all his chickens
and eggs the year around who knvws
he can rely on his strict honesty that
they are all perfect. What one ener energetic
getic energetic man and woman can do should
be an incentive to other young mar married
ried married couples to take up this business,
not as a side issue, but go at it to
stay, with grit enough to overcome
all obstacles and make it pay as Mr.
and Mrs. Schroeder have. Their beau beautiful
tiful beautiful home is filled with carved wood
pieces of furniture they do as past past-time.
time. past-time. Books and music and their
host bf friends make up an ideal life
they are enjoying while making a re record
cord record of running a model chicken farm.
Rev. J. C. Boatwright of Anthony
will hold services at the Baptist
church Saturday night, Sunday morn morning
ing morning and night.
Meet .me at the Union Station
Restaurant for a regular family styls
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
1917 Touting $625.00
1916 Touring $57P.0C
1918 Roadster $875.00
Mechanically O. K. Tires good.
Terms to suitable parties.
16-tf Spencer-Pedrick Motor Co.
SUGAR SATURDAY" AND MONDAY
15 pounds of suar for one dollar,
with a dollar's worth of other groc groceries
eries groceries for cash, Saturday and Monday
only. Phone 377.
tf H. B. WHJTTINGTON.
$1945, is now S179
The Sedan (was $2745) is now $1445: tbe
Coupe (was $1595) is now $25; the Sport
Car (was $1995) is now $1695.
Tbe wonderful Chalmers motor, the fine
Chalmers car its economy. Its performance,
its reliable, consistent service, its comfort -and
beauty had already made this car aa
investment far above par.
At these new prices, we do not know of any anything
thing anything that even closely approaches tbe Chal Chalmers
mers Chalmers from the standpoint .of genuine money's
It is even more important now than a month
ago. to scan the market carefully before you
buy your car.
Do this with the Chalmers, and its new price,
aa your measuring rod, and we are sure you
will see the excess value which this car offers.
New Low Price
S Paaa. Touring Car $154$ Sport Car
Roadster .... 149s Cop -7-Paaa.ToariaCar
rVteaa F. O. B. Tmctorj, aar (ax re a
CARROLL MOTOR CO.
Phone 376 Ocala. Flo
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Special To The Ladies
As the Sacrifice Sale pro progresses,
gresses, progresses, almost every day we
discover many pretty new
novelties in Dress Goods that
have never been mentioned
in our advertising. These you
will find most interesting at
this season ol the year as,
every piece is brand new and
purchased for this summer's
trade. Our line of childrens
dresses is made up, of items
that the materials can not be
bought at the price we ask
for the complete garment.
Cash and Carry Meat MarM
Loaded in the CRESCENT GROCERY CO.'f Stcft
We handle stall fed Beef, the very best Veal and
Pork. Pay for your meat and not for your
neigebor's who does not pay for his.
We ask you for your patponage and
Thank You in advance.
Cash and CarryF,leat Market
SUGAR SATURDAY AND MONDAY
15 pounds of sugar for one dollar,
ith a dollar's worth of other groc groceries
eries groceries for cash, Saturday and Monday
only. ( Phone 877.
tf H. B. WHTTTINGTON.
Nothing better than Danish Pastzy
for an afternoon social event. Federal
$1 VOILES redneed to' C5 cents at
OdAlA EYENIXd STAB, THURSDAY, JUS'E 23, lill
If you" have any society Items for
the Star, please call five-one?
Mr. Mack Taylor leaves the first of
the week on a business trip to Atlanta.
1919 Hupmobile touring. Good tires,
top, etc., newly paitned, Xl shape,
$625. Spencer-Pedrick Motor Co. tf
Mr. ..and Mrs. -John Mathews of
Candler were shoppers in town today.
Street paving operations will begin
shortly, but no need waiting for that
to use FEDERAL bread and rolls. 6t
Mr. and Mrs. S. J. McCulIy were
welcome visitors in the city Wednes Wednesday.
Mr. J. S. Davidson has returned to
his home in .Atlanta, after a brief
visit in the city with his sister, Mre.
M. D. Juhan.
Beautiful Concord grapes at Fort
King Confectionery. You had better
Mr. Byron Lane of Tampa returned
home yesterday afternoon after a few
days' visit in the city at the home of
his mother. Sir. Lane came especial especially
ly especially to attend the funeral of his brother-in-law,
Mr. Allemand, which took
place Wednesday afternoon.
Messrs. B. Goldman, Joe Malever
and son, Fred and Mr. G. Malever of
Charlotte, N. C, motored to Orlando
today on business matters.
Mrs. C. R. wCreger and daughter,
Virginia of, Jacksonville are visitors
in the city for two weeks at the home
of the former's mother, Mrs. S. A.
Standley. Before Mrs. Kreger and
daughter return home they will go to
Daytona Beach for a visit.
Mr. T. J. Kemp has just returned
from a trip north. He was in In Indiana
diana Indiana for a week or more and says
that he is surely glad to get back to
Florida where it is cool. During the
time he was in Indiana the thermo thermometer
meter thermometer was registering 105 to 108 in
the shade. Nothing like that in "the
sunny land of owers. The hottest day
we have experienced was 98.
Miss Frances Mclver, who has been
attending school in New York, is ex expected
pected expected home soon. The 21st was
Miss Frances' birthday when she re received
ceived received many welcome gifts including
4 an affectionate telegram from her
father, Mr. D. E. Mclver.
The Spencer-Pedrick Motor Com Company
pany Company has within the last fifteen days
. sold Buicks to the following people:
,.Mr. J. C. Dupree of Reddick, who
bought a five-passenged touring car;
Boy Scouts of America
A. R. Cassil, Scoutmaster
Meets every Friday night at the
Library, at 8:30 o'clock. Visiting
Scouts are always welcome.
NEEDIIAM MOTOR CO.
General Auto Repairing
Gasoline, Oils and Grease
USED CARS FOR SALE
Cars Washed $1.00
Cars Polished -60
Oklawaha Ave. &. Orange St
. Careful estimates made on all con
tract work. Gives more and better
work for the money than any other
contractor in the city.
Arrival and departure of passenger
trains at OCALA UNION STATION
The following schedule figures pub published
lished published 'as information and not guar guaranteed.
anteed. guaranteed. (Eastern Standard Time)
SEABOARD AIR LINE RAILROAD
2:20 am Jacksonville-NTork 2:10 am
1:55 pm Jacksonville 1:50 pm
4:17 pm Jacksonville 3:50 pm
2:15 am Tampa-
Manatee-St Petrsbrg 4:05 pm
2:55 am 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-N'York 2:33 am
1:45 pm Jksonville-Gainsville 3:24 pm
6:42 am Jksonville-Gansville 10:13 pm
2:33 am St.Petsbrg-Lakeland 2:27 hoi
3:24 pm StPetsbrg-Lakeland 1:25 pm
7:10 am Dunnellon-WUcox
7:25 am Dunellon-Lkeland 11:03 pm
3:30 pm Homosassa 1:25 pm
10:15 pm Leesburg 6:42 am
4:45 pm Gainesville 11:50 am
Monday, Wednesday, Friday.
Tuesday. Thursday, Saturday.
Mr. E. W. Rash of Mcintosh, five five-passenger
passenger five-passenger touring car; Mr. M. E. Al Al-bertson,
bertson, Al-bertson, of Weirsdale, a five-passenger
car; Judge W. S. Bollock, of Ocala, a
five-passenger car. and Mr. W. H.
Cooper, of Ocala and New Jersey, a
Governor Hardee has appointed Dr.
E. G. Peek of this city, a member of
the state board of medical examiners.
This is an honor worthily bestowed,
and the Star congratulates Dr. Peek
and the governor.
Mrs. Maude Home, accompanied by
Miss Callie Gissendaner and Mr.
Bruce Bateman of Mcintosh, motored
Misses Margaret Edwards and Mrs.
Home's daughter. Miss Elizabeth
Horne to Seabreeze Monday, where
these young' ladies are attending a
house party for a week at the May May-field
field May-field hotel. Mrs. Honiker of Tampa
is chaperoning the party. This house
party was given by the Tri. Delta
horority girls of Tallahassee in honor
of some new members. Miss Edwards
is a member of this sorority. Mrs.
Horne, Miss Gissendaner and Mr. j
Bateman returned home Tuesday.
Beautiful Concord grapes at Fort
King Confectionery. You had better
Mr. Alfred Beck will return to his
home at Fort Lauderdale tomorrow
morning after a few days' visit in the
city with his wife at the home of her
brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and
Mrs. S. T. Sistrunk. Mr. Beck will be
accompanied by Mr. A. N. Withers
and Mr. B. D. Blackburn, the latter
going especially to return home with
his family who have been visiting at
the home 6t Mrs. Blackburn's sister,
Mrs. C. F. Flippen.
Ask your next door neighbor what
she thinks of FEDERAL rolls. She's
been using them a long time and is a
competent judge. 21-6t
Mr. and Mrs. Ed Clements and fam family
ily family moved Tuesday into their new
home on Oklawaha, avenue, new door
to the Masonic home, which they re recently
cently recently purchased from Mr. John D.
EVERWEAR HOSIERY, the best
ever and cheaper now, on sale at
Ocala Chapter, O. E. S., will meet
this evening at 8 o'clock at the hall.
All members are urged to be present.
Beautiful Concord grapes at Fort
King Confectionery. You had better
GOODS SOLD AS CHEAP AS
ANY SO-CALLED SALES. There's
a reason. TRY US. FISHEL'S. 2-3t
The county judge has issued a mar marriage
riage marriage license to Mr. Robert Thomas
Stapleton and Miss Alice McKinney,
Beautiful Concord grapes at Fort
King Confectionery, You had better
The friends of James Akin, son of
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Akin, will regret
to lear nthat he is suffering with a
broken arm, which he sustained by
falling out of a tree yesterday morn morning.
ing. morning. Midsummer hats and sport hats for
mountain or seashore, just received at
Fresh avocado pears, oranges, lem lemons,
ons, lemons, California plums, Georgia
peaches, grapes, peppers, tomatoes,
etc. Quality Fruit tSore. Phone 218.
Mrs. Mamie Williams Hall left this
afternoon for Jacksonville, where she
will be for several days, combining
business with pleasure.
Just received, shipment of THOM THOMSON'S
SON'S THOMSON'S GLOVE-FITTING CORSETS.
One good investment is worth more
than a life time of saving. Hall &
Haymakers, successors to James
Hall, real estate. It
Dr. and Mrs. J. L. Davis "were week weekend
end weekend guests at the house party at
Idlewild on Lake Weir, also Mr. D. E.
Mclver and Mr. J. Dey of Ocala and
Mr. J. W. Fant of Summerfield, spent
Sunday at Idlewild.
Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Meade returned
to their home in Jacksonville Tuesday
after a pleasant visit in the city,
guests at the home of the former's
sister, Mrs. S. N. Hurst.
BUSINESS SERVICE BUREAU
Room 7, Merchants Block
PHONE 508, OCALA, FLA.
Residence Phone 693 and 98
Say it plain when you ask your
grocer for FEDERAL bread, and in insist
sist insist upon having it. 21 -6 1
Marion County Post No. 27 is giv giving
ing giving a boat trip and moonlight picnic
down Silver Springs run on Thurs Thursday,
day, Thursday, June 30, at 3:30 p. m., returning
about 10:30 o'clock. A cordial invi invitation
tation invitation is extended to members of the
auxiliary to be present as our guests.
We would like to ask each lady to
prepare lunch for two or more. Each
legionaire can bring a lady friend or
ex-service man as his guest without
any extra charge.
Coie one fellows, get ready to go
and have a real good time.
. Get your tickets from the entertain entertainment
ment entertainment committee. 21-3t-eod
There will be an administration of
the holy communion in Grace Episco Episcopal
pal Episcopal church in the morning at 10
o'clock, it being St. John's day. Pre Preceding
ceding Preceding this service the prayer circles
will meet at the church at 9:30.
Mrs. Anna Tweedy of DeLand is
visiting her friends and attending to
business affairs in Ocala.
Mr. Baxter Cam has improved the
Farmers' Exchange Store, by re rearranging
arranging rearranging his stock, desk and coun counters,
ters, counters, and the new arrangement adds
greatly to the convenience and good
looks of the establishment.
Mrs. J. B. Cutler of Tampa arrived
in Ocala this afternoon for a visit at
the home of Mrs. Harry Clarkson.
Mrs. Cutler has many friends in the
city who are always glad to welcome
Mrs. J. H. Strunk, Mrs. George
Nash and Miss Lauragene Dozier of
Jacksonville are in the city, having
come to attend the funeral of their
uncle, Mr. Leonard Dozier. which took
place this afternoon.
Mrs. H. W. Henry and her two
charming daughters. Misses Cathe Catherine
rine Catherine and Eloise, are home from a va vacation
cation vacation at Daytona Beach.
Owing to business changes we will
not close our fruit store as previously
stated. We have a' nice fresh line of
high grade candies, fruits, cigars, etc.
We will be pleased to serve you. The
Quality Fruit Store. "On the Square."
Miss Collie Clark is enjoying a visit
in Jacksonville as the guest of her
brother and sister-in-law. Mr. and
Mrs. Arthur Clark.
Garden Cities for London.
London is- trying to work out Its
housing crisis by building little gardeu
cities about twenty miles outside Its
limits. These experiments In whole wholesale
sale wholesale home construction are being car carried
ried carried on by the enterprise of private
capital backed up with the generous'
government subdivision that Is being
given to all home construction projects.
The profits of the promoting com company
pany company will be limited to seven per. cent
of the Investment, the proceeds over
and above this amount going back lato
The ideal house, so much talked of
In Enjrland. that resulted from the
Dally Mail competition will be given a
practical try-out In this new city. The
name of the place when completed will
be Welwyn Garden City. New York
Plant Vine on Indoor Lattice.
In altering old homes rather than In
the construction of new ones, lattices
and grills seem to appeal to the In
terlor decorators scheme of things.
The same manner of treatment I
given a too expansive bay wlndew,
where. Instead of curtains, decorative
Jars holding climbing vires are placed
at the sides. The vines will soon make
the lattice a thing of beauty.
The use of the growing vines on the
lattice Indoors Is growing in favor,
the plainness of the walls of the break breakfast
fast breakfast room Is relieved by the green of
the climbing vines.
"There goes Lieutenant Pod kins. Ht
has traveled thousands of miles under
"In a submarine?"
Of course. Did you think ht tied
paving stones to his heels to keep him
down and held his breath T Birming Birmingham
ham Birmingham Age-Herald.
itudy of Park Shrub Helpful.
It Is a good plan to have some of
the large shrubs In the corner of the
lawn, and smaller ones In between
should be In an Irregular line, with a
tall specimen here and there near the
front, so the top line will not be too
straight By visiting parks a study
can be made of the growing habits of
the various shrubs. This will be found
helpful In deciding what plants will
be best suited for certain locations.
Ton will avoid such mistakes as plant planting
ing planting shrubs too close together and plant planting
ing planting the wide spreading varieties too
near the walk. Close planting may be
practiced, but It Is usually necessary
to take up every other one within a
few years. If plants are set near the
walk It Is often necessary to keep trim trimming
ming trimming thera hack every year.
Your competitor advertises. Do you.
Read the want ads.
HAS APPEARANCE OF CARPET
Western Man's Idea lit the Uu f
Cement Could Be Carried Cut
In Many Ways.
An air of perpetual festivity, like
that of a reception or wedding. 1
worn by one residence In a western
city as a result of the Ingenuity used
in laying the cement floor of the front
porch and the cement walk from.
porch to street. In the middle of
the walk, first there was laid cement
In which green coloring Ingredient
had been mixed. This 'strip, about
13 In. wide, was continued 'up the
front steps. On the porch It was
broadened out Into a rectangle which
includes alitor the floor save for a
white border. The general effect
achieved '.s.ihnt of a bright, green
carpet and long runner. Popular Me Mechanics
chanics Mechanics Magazine.
rt'ANTEI), LOST. f'OUND, FOR
SALE, FOR RENT AND SIM- -ILAR
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. lm
FOR SALE Four-foot wood, both
oak and pine, delivered anywhere
in the city. L. L. Horne, phone
PRIVATE LESSONS in piano, vio
lin and voice. Terms reasonable. For
further information call Cevie RobA
erts, phone 305. 16-12t
FOR RENT Modern five room fur furnished
nished furnished flat, whole or in part; con conveniently
veniently conveniently located. Adults. P. O.
Box 348. 20-6t
FOR SALE Three registered Poland
China pigs, two sows, one male, five
months old. Address, William Veal,
Cotton Plant, Fla. 20-12t
FOR SALE Several dandy milk
cows, gentle and heavy milkers, all
fresh. Prices are reasonable and
cows can be seen at my residence,
715 Lime street. Phone 378. C. A.
Holloway, Ocala, Fla. 21-tf
BOARDERS WANTED Phone 388.
LOST About a week ago. baby's
pearl teething ring with silver bell;
initials engraved E. K. S. Finder
please return to Ocala House desk
and receive reward. 22-2t
FOR SALE Edison Amberola Phon Phonograph,
ograph, Phonograph, .with cabinet and forty re records
cords records just like new, 35 cash. Presto Presto-Lite
Lite Presto-Lite Battery Station. A. Lester
FOR RENT Lovely big bay front
rooms, elegantly furnished and all
modern conveniences; also large
home on bay completely furnished,1
either by week or month at summer
rates. One of the most desirable
bathing beaches in Florida. Come
to Clearwater for your vacation.
Address Box 831, Clearwater, Flor Florida.
ida. Florida. ; 23-12t
FOR SALE Two iron beds with
springs and mattress; mission din dining
ing dining room set. Call phone 529 after)
7 p. m.
FOR SALE Registered Jersey bull
calf of a high producing strain,
cheap. Parker Paitner, P. O. Box
522, or telephone Anthony line. 6t
Attractive ad, pay big dividends.
iijbi 1 fcin iiiihiiimi sHnsirir s
KINDTS MUSIC STORE
Pianos and Orgauz Phonographs and Records
Sewing Machines and Supplies
''Expert Repairing of Phonographs, Sewing Machines,
Organs and Pianos
CASH OR TERMS
Thank you for jour patronage 306 N. hlAGNOUA ST.
EAT AT THE
UP TO DATE DINING ROOM AND LUNCH COUNTER
Regular Dinner. 11:30 to 230, P'HCE ZOc
Fresh Vegetables of All Kinds, Western-Meat and Sea Foot!
All Kinas of Salads and Delicatessen
Arnerican. French, Spanish and Italian Cooking
Try John Metrie's Special Club ?andwich
15 Years Experience
Specials Orders Receive Prompt Attention PHONE No. 7
MALT CAFE :
j 10S S. Magnolia St. Next
C V.Roberts Barney Spencer H
Phone 305 Phone 431
ROBERTS & SPENCER
Funeral Directors, Embalmers
Private Morgue and Chapel
Office Phone 350, Ocala, Fla.
217 W. Broadway
C. Cecil Bryant
Gary Block. Over 10c Store
Geo. MacKay I Co.
HIGH GRADE PAINT g
Day Phone 47. Night Phone 515
GEORGE MacKAY & CO.
Funeral Directors, Embalmers
G. B. Overton, Mgr.
.. June brides take care
. dows of the soul.
DR. K. J. WEinE.
Optometrist ;ind Optician
Of Applleatl-a fr Tax D Vm4r
ttm 8, Chapter
. Um af FlarMa
Nottca Is iiereby giTen that Catherine
E. McQuaVe. purchaser of tax oertlfl oertlfl-cate
cate oertlfl-cate No. 45, dated the 2nd day of June.
A. D. HIT, &a filed said certificate in
nrjr office, and has nad application for
tax deed to issue in accordance with
law. fiaid certificate embraces the fol following
lowing following described rotety situated in
Marion county. Florida, to-wit: EV4 of
Jot 9 of ec Tp 11 8 R 2i The said
land toelne assessed at the date of Is Issuance
suance Issuance of ruch certificate in the name
of F. W. Glover. Unless said certifi certificate
cate certificate shall be redeemed according tu
law, tax deed will issue thereon the
Ufa day af Jaly, A. D. 121
Witness my official signature nd
seal this the tn day of June. A. E. 1921.
(Seal) T. D. LANCASTER. JR..
Clerk Circuit Court. -Marlon County.
Notice is hereby given that on the
4th day of July, 1921, the board of
courty 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 eletk 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 thw 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.
Bright color Percales, 36 inches.
(Were 50c., now 19c, at FISHEL'S. 3t
Anti Monopoly Dreg Store j;
ir fin ircnr a wt ?
I Insurance 1
I Ocala, Florida
Our Specialty Is
MAZON & CO.
between Ten Ont Store and Geriga
Market & Grocery
Bring us your
and Auto Repairing
- Satisfaction Guaranteed
I AUTOGDSOliS WEIDIXG CO.
jh Ochlcaaha Ace.
j & Charge St.
Ladies' $5 HATS reduced to $3.50;
$4 and 4-M HATS reduced to $2i8.
'at FISHEL'S. 2-3t