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The Ocala evening star
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Ocala Evening Star
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Weather Forecast: Generally fair
tonight and Friday; warmer in south
and central portions tonight.
OGALA, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, APRIL 15, 1920.
VOL. 26; NO. 89
We Get $280,000 State Aid and State Maintenance By Voting Bonds April 20th.

ILSOIJ STOOD UP

TO THE WORK
Belief of His Friends that he Will
Now.be Able to Attend to
Public Business
(Associated Press)
Washington, April 15. President
Wilson suffered no ill effects from the
long cabinet session yesterday, the
White House said. Officials thought
the president's condition might enable
him to see more callers.
SHEKELS FOR THE CZECHS
The War Finance Corporation has
advanced one million eijjht hundred
thousand dollars to a banking corpor corporation
ation corporation to finance cotton shipments to
Czecho-Slovakia.
BRINCKEN CAN BLOW
The labor department has cancelled
deportation proceedings against Wil Wil-helm
helm Wil-helm Von Brincken, former military
attache of the German embassy at
San Francisco, who was sentenced n
1917 to two years in prison for con conspiring
spiring conspiring to foment a revolution in In India
dia India against the British.
LITTLE ROAD'S CONSIDER THEIR
POSITION
The American Short Line Railroad
Association today begins a meeting to
consider the effect of the new trans transportation
portation transportation act.
THE MERCHANT MARINE
Data of the shipping board's prob problems
lems problems concerning the operation and
disposition of the government's mer merchant
chant merchant marine was submitted to a con conference
ference conference here today of business men
and congressional committees.
STUDY IS THEIR-LONG SUIT
Washington, April 15. Plans for
introducing a resolution looking to the
impeachment of Assistant Secretary
Post of the labor department for his
attitude toward the deportation of
radicals went awry. The resolution,
prepared by Representative Hoch, re republican;
publican; republican; was withheld at the request
of Republican Leader Mondell, who
said party leaders wanted to study it
further.
SENATE IS SHY
No decision has been reached in the
Senate foreign relations committee,
considering the House republican joint
peace resolution. Some republicans
favor a simple resolution ending the
war.
HOW MANY ARE
THERE IN FLORIDA?
(Associated Press)
New Orleans, April 15. Two lepers
were found today among a throng
seeking treatment from an alleged
faith healer.
LITTLE INDIANS IN LANCASTER
(Associated Press)
Lancaster, O., April 15. The police
are searching for-five boys who tied
a 1 little newsboy to the 'stake, piled
kindling and papers around him and
set them on fire. The boy was rescued
by a woman after being badly burned.
MILLER WAS MOVED
BY HIS CONSCIENCE
(Associated Press)
Steubenville, O., April 15. Harry
Miller was jailed after a public con confession
fession confession last night during a revival
service at the Beach Bottom, W. Va.,
church, that he murdered 11-year-old
Frances South. Members of the con congregation
gregation congregation turned Miller over to the
sheriff.
SEEDS
Ninety day and old fashion velvet
beans, chufas, Pyles and Gist seed
corn. Ocala Seed Store, phone 435. tf
..- Just in a shipment of Palm Beach
Suits at Walkley & Barnett. It
TAYLOR THE HAT MAN at the
-Florida House. Make your old hat
do another year. Telephone me at
Florida House. 10-6t
CHEVROLET SERVICE.
9-6t OCALA MOTOK CO.
timimiiiimi
PHONE 71
C E SIMMONS.

STRIKERS ARE
STAGGERING

American Workman is Not Pleased
with Alliance with Radical
Alien
(Associated Press)
Washington, April 15 Railroad of officials
ficials officials whose lnes have been crippled
by the unauthorized strike, today
waited for the big break in the strik strikers'
ers' strikers' ranks which they hoped would
follow Attorney General Palmer's an announcement
nouncement announcement that strike leadership
has been traced to radical quarters.
Conditions in the central and far west
are declared returning to normal,
while marked increases of freight and
passenger service is reported in the
east.
ALABAMA MINERS MAY AGREE
WITH OPERATORS
Birmingham, April 15. Alabama
miners met today to consider the re recent
cent recent agreement with the operators,
proposing to manage the mines thru
industrial relations committees, con
trolling w:
conditions.
trolling wages, hours and working
HAS PLENTY OF ALIBIS
Pittsburg, April 15. W. Z. Foster,
1 1 y 11 J. A 1 A "I 1.
icauer ox ine recent sieet siriKe, anu i
accused of being among the leaders of
the railroad strike, said .he had only
been out of Pittsburg once during the
past four months. Foster said he
might have statement later.
PUT HIM IN THE PEN
William Z. Foster, radical leader of
the unsuccessful steel strike last fall,
ir the directing genius behind the nation-wide
strike of rebellious railroad
workers, the department of justice an announced
nounced announced in Washington last night.
In support of this assertion, Attor Attorney
ney Attorney General; Palmer made public evi evidence
dence evidence of plans prepared by Foster
and his adherents to disrupt the four
big railroad brotherhoods, and to or organize
ganize organize all rail workers into the "one
big union."
WELLES LEY GIRLS ACT AS
WAITERS
Wellesley, April 15. Wellesley Col College
lege College girls have volunteered to act as
waiters and work the grounds as a
result of a servant shortage. Student
laborers receive 30 cents an hour, but
the waiters receive smaller wages.
ANTHONY
Anthony, April. 15. A large crowd
attended the social at the home of Mr.
and Mrs. A. B. Moore last Thursday
evening.
Mr. George Proctor of Ocala was a
caller in Anthony Thursday of last
week.
The home of Mr. and Mrs. C. W.
Turner caught fire last week from a
falling spark but the fire was ex extinguished
tinguished extinguished before much damage was
done.
Messrs. Clay. Stuart and Siler of
Plymouth spent Sunday in Anthony.
Mr. Stuart Sims left Sunday for
Valparaiso, Ind.. where he will take
up telegraphy.
There will be an ice cream supper
under the trees by the Baptist church
next Saturday nighty April iXth, for
the benefit of getting new lights for
the church. Every one cordially in invited
vited invited to attend.
A union prayer meeting has been
organized between the Baptist and
Methodist churches and will be held
at the Methodist church Wednesday
night, April 14th, and at the Baptist
church Wednesday night, April 21st.
Everyone is invited to attend.
Rev. Thomas Williams of Citra will
filThis usual appointments here at the
Methodist church, Sunday, morning
and evening.
Miss Maude Welden was the guest
of Mrs. E. T. Spencer of Ocala Sat Saturday.
urday. Saturday. Mr. Arthur McQuaig of Fort Mc McCoy
Coy McCoy was in Anthony Sunday.
Mrs. Grantham and Miss Blanche
Cowart of Fort McCoy are visiting
their sister, Mrs. J. C Boatwright.
Six hundred ladies can get the
BIGGEST BARGAIN at Oerig's Spec Special
ial Special Sale. Come in and see for your yourself.
self. yourself. Gerig's Drug Store. 6-tf
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BE INDEPENDENT
Of All Other Countries for Much Im Important
portant Important Material, Which Can be
Produced from Sea Weed
(Associated Press)
St. Louis, April 15. America will
soon be independent of all countries
for iodine bleaching carbon and in a
large measure for potash, all of which
are being produced from kelp. Dr. J.
W. Turrentine, of the agricultural de department,
partment, department, told the American Medical
Society here today.
BOARD OF TRADE MEETS
TOMORROW EVENING
The adjourned meeting of the Mar Marion
ion Marion County Board of Trade called for
the purpose of increasing the income
of the organization will meet tomor-
row evening at 8 o'clock. At
this
meeting it is expected that every one
who has the interests of the organiza organization
tion organization and of the city and county at
heart will be present. A list of pos-
sible members of the organization will
ue presentea oy a committee ana ar arrangements
rangements arrangements will be made to have all
of those on the list waited upon and
members of the
nMr.A nf ta
VA CAVA.
At the special meeting held on
Tuesday night, which was attended
by a good crowd of the leading busi business
ness business men of the city, it was determin determined
ed determined that the Board of Trade should
lhave the financial support that it de
serves and is m need of. It was de decided
cided decided that an effort should be made to
obtain as many new members as pos possible
sible possible and that failing in this there
should be an increase in the amount
of the dues of the present contribut contributing
ing contributing members.
COUNTY COMMISSIONERS
Ocala, Fla., April 5, 1919.
The board of coupty commissioners
convened in special session with Com Commissioners
missioners Commissioners Rogers, Meffert and Davis
present.
The object of this meeting being to
hear complaints of parties whose
names have ben stricken from the
registration books and no one appear appearing
ing appearing to make complaint, the board ad adjourned.
journed. adjourned. Ocala, Fla., April 6. 1920.
The board met in regular session
with Commissioners Rogers, Meffert,
Hutchins and Davis present.
Mr. E. B. Sherman appeared and
complained of assessment of west
quarter of northwest quarter of north northwest
west northwest quarter S 30 T 17 R 24, which
was investigated and on account of
error the tax collector was instructed
to accept taxes on same upon value
of $150. N
Application for aid for Courtney
Young was referred to Comimssioner
Hutchins.
Pension application of Mrs. N. M.
Surles was approved.
The board recommended to the tax
collector that he allow D. B. Brinson
to pay his personal taxes on 21 head
of cattle, said reduction being made
on account of error.
Mr. Chase of the Phoslime Co. call called
ed called and complained of tax assessment
and was referred to Alfred Ayer, tax
assessor.
. Mr. P. V. Leavengood called in the
interest of the rates paid the Ocala
Star and Ocala Banner.
Application for county aid for
Charlotte Thomas and Alex Anderson
were referred to Commissioner Hutch Hutchins.
ins. Hutchins. The board recommended to the
comptroller that the allow O. E. Cason
to redeem certificate No. 918 of sale
of 1917 and subsequent taxes on lot
1249 Dunnellon, at total cost of $50.
Commissioner Meffert was delegat delegated
ed delegated to have the band stand on public
square repaired and painted and to
have necessary work done on the
court house roof.
Warrant was ordered drawn on the
general fund for $600 favor Mrs. L. B.
Cam to retire time warrant issued to
equip county guards ?n November,
1918, and warrant on outstanding in indebtedness
debtedness indebtedness fund for $51 favor Mrs. L.
B. Cam for interest on same.
It was ordered that the county de depository
pository depository be instructed to charge to
the account of Marion county time
warrants on road fund issued Oct. 9,
1919, for $4500 and Nov. 6, 1919, for
$3500 and that warrant be issued on
38
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BUSINESS If!
EAVOR BONDS

Reports from the Country Districts
Indicate that the Issue Will
Carry April 20th
So far as is known no organization
and no individual in the city or coun county
ty county has adopted resolutions against or
openly opposed the bond issue for
good roads, the election for which will
be held next Tuesday, April 20th. On
the other hand the Marion County
Board of Trade and the Ocala Rotary
Club, numbering among their mem members
bers members leading business and profession professional
al professional men of the city and country have
endorsed the bond issue without a dis dissenting
senting dissenting vote. Members of both of
these organizations who were opposed
to the bond issue of last December
have gone on record in favor of the
present issue.
The reports which Mr. A. C. Blow Blowers,
ers, Blowers, chairman of the campaign com committee,
mittee, committee, is receiving from the various
parts of the county in his visits to the
precincts, and from the various chair chairmen,
men, chairmen, continue to be most favorable.
It is the concensus of opinion
among the business men who have
studied the bond issue that is to be
voted on next Tuesday, that it is a
good business proposition and that it
is very difficult to see where any one
would have sufficient grounds to- oppose-it.
Every citizen of the county
is expected to do all that he can be between
tween between now and Tuesday. And on
election day to put the bond issue
"over the top."
BACK TO THE BORDER
Another Little Picnic Preparing for
Inhabitants of Arizona
(Associated Presa)
Agua Prieta, Sonora, April 15.
Martial law has been proclaimed here
in preparation for a possible attack
by Carrariza soldiers, should they
break through Somora's border
troops. The Carranza troops i are re reported
ported reported 200 miles away.
outstanding indebtedness fund in the
amount of $223 favor the Munroe &
Chambliss National Bank for interest
on same.
Draft was ordered drawn on Mun Munroe
roe Munroe & Chambliss National Bank favor
Wm. A. Sessoms in amount of $200
for salary of county demonstrator for
month of March, 1920.
Bill of Alfred Ayer, tax assessor,
against the Dunnellon special road
and bridge district in amount of $148
for commissions on levy for 1919 for
said district was ordered approved and
sent to the trustees of said district
for payment.
Warrant was ordered drawn favor
R. A. Baskin on general fund in the
amount of $12.50. for relief of Corey
Moore.
. Lease made by Mr. L. L. Priest and
wife to the county for dipping vat lo location
cation location was presented to the board and
ordered placed on record.
Bills of the Barnes Construction Co.
in amount of $2057.98, approved by
engineer in charge, and bill of J. R.
Moorhead, civil engineer, against the
Dunnellon special road and bridge dis district,
trict, district, were approved and ordered sent
to the trustees of said district for pay payment.
ment. payment. Reports reached the board that cer certain
tain certain parties are piling wood on the
right of way of public roads in this
county with especial reference to the
Dunnellon road and the board ordered
that all parties guilty of this practice
be notified to keep the right of way of
public roads clear at all times.
The chairman and county attorney
were appointed a committee to pre prepare
pare prepare ballots, etc., and have charge of
getting ballot boxes to precincts.
The board rescinded its former ac action
tion action requiring all bills to be approved
and presented Saturday before each
meeting.
Mr. H. Gatrell was appointed in inspector
spector inspector for Fairfield precinct No. 31,
for election to be held April 20. 1920.
Warrants were ordered drawn on
outstanding indebtedness fund to re retire
tire retire coupons No. 1 on outstanding in indebtedness
debtedness indebtedness coupon warrants as fol follows:
lows: follows: Mrs. L, B. Cam, warrant No. 3,
$60; Mrs. N. A. Fort, warrant No. 6,
$30; W. B. Coggins, warrant No. 4,
$120; Ocala National Bank, warrant
No. 1, $150.
The board ordered that $1000 be

OUTLOOK BRIGHT
EOR BOND ISSUE

Voters are Impressed With the Busi Business
ness Business Like Proposition
Presented
Reports from the various precincts
continue to be more than favorable for
the carrying of the bond election on
next Tuesday, April 20. Three feat features
ures features of the proposed bond issue are
making an especial appeal to the vot voters:
ers: voters: The fact that the county will get
$280,000 state and federal aid money!
if the issue carries, the fact that the
roads will be maintained by the state
road department after being built,
and the fact that a failure to carry
the election will mean the loss of
$280,000 and a payment of the two two-mill
mill two-mill state road tax just the same.
Nothing will give such an impetus
to the growth of Marion county as
will the two roads to be built under
the bond issue; the Dixie Highway,
from the Alachua-Marion line near
Evinston to he Marion-Lake line just
south of Weirsdale; and state road No.
5, from the Levy-Marion line near
Romeo to the Citrus-Marion line at
Dunnellon. The construction of these
two roads, not less than sixteen feet
wide and with a sixty-six foot right
of way, is making a strong appeal to
the voters.
A great opportunity for the devel development
opment development of Marion county is presented
to the voters on Tuesday. Not only
is there the opportunity of securing
state and federal aid and state main maintenance,
tenance, maintenance, but there is presented an op opportunity
portunity opportunity to give Marion county its
rightful place among the progressive
counties of the state and of the coun country.
try. country. All of the counties adjoining
Marion have bonded for good roads.
If Marion does not bond she will be
isolated, Marion, if she fails to bond,
will have the only missing link in the
most important highways in Florida.
These are points that are impressing
the voters!
Mr. A. C. Blowers, chairman of the
campaign committee, accompanied by
Mr. J. M. Thomas who is strong; for
the bond issue, are today getting :n
touch with the precincts in the south south-em
em south-em part of the county.
transferred from contingencies ac account
count account to feeding and care of convicts
in the road fund and $314 from con contingencies
tingencies contingencies account and $86 from the
widow's pension account; $100 to
sheriff general court work. $200 to
general stationery and printing, $100
to coroner's inquests in the general
fund, and directed the clerk to write
the comptroller and ask that he ap approve
prove approve said transfers.
Warrant was ordered drawn on the
fine and forfeiture fund favor W. K.
Zewadski, attorney appointed by the
court, in amount of $25, for services,
defending Julius Williams, insolvent,
on charge of murder.
Bids on tractor submitted in ac accordance
cordance accordance with advertisement were
opened .nd bid of Paul Simmons for
Fordson tractor in amount of $980
was accepted and warrant on road
fund was ordered drawn to cover the
purchase of same.
The county auditor came before the
board and stated that at the last term
of the circuit court, Dr. Ralph N.
Green had been summoned as a wit witness
ness witness on behalf of the state and that
he had rendered a bill for $150 for
three days attendance on court as an
expert witness and that he had refus refused
ed refused to pay said bill because in his judg judgment
ment judgment it was illegal. That the matter
had been carried to the circuit court
on a writ of mandamus and that a
peremptory writ had issued. The
board thereupon considering the
charge of $150 as excessive, approved
the action of Mr. Nugent in refusing
to issue warrant for amount of this
bill.
Petition asking aid on burial ex expenses
penses expenses of Felix Hill was referred to
Commissioner Talton.
The Wilson Cypress Co. requested
permission to construct crossing over
public road on section line between
sei sw& S 8 and ne of nw of S
17 T 16 S R 23 E, which was granted.
Communication from Mr. T. T.
Munroe, chairman of the good roads
advisory committee, relative" to he
Dixie Highway, was received and read
and Mr. Munroe was referred to the
minutes of the board calling the bond
(Continued on Fourth Page)

OUTLAWS" BEING
ARRESTED

Long, Strong Arm of Uncle Sara
Reaching Out for the Rad-
ical Leaders
(Associated Press)
Chicago, April 15. Six officials of
the "outlaw" labor unions were arrest arrested
ed arrested on federal warrants, charged with
voilation of the Lever law. Warrants
have been issued for twenty-four more
leaders of the insurgent railroad
strike, it was said.
VIOLENCE AT NEW ORLEANS
New York. April 15. Police re reserves
serves reserves were called here today when
strike sympathizers attacked trucks.
GRABBED GRUNAU
Chicago, April 15. John' Grunau,
president of the insurgent movement
which started the unauthorized rail railroad
road railroad strike, was arrested today by
federal agents, who raided a meeting
of strikers.
MADE TOO MUCH
Dealer in Butter Suddenly Finds Him Him-!
! Him-! self in the Soup
(Associated Press)
New York, April 15. A wholesale
butter dealer was arrested today by
government agents waging war on
profiteering. 'It is alleged the dealer
made 10 cents a pound on a lot of but butter,
ter, butter, his profits totaling over $69,000.
ENGLISH MINERS WILL
NOT GO OUT
(Associated Press)
London, April 15. The danger of
a strike was obviated when the min miners
ers miners decided to accept the government
offer of 20 per cent increase on gross
earnings.
OF INTEREST TO
EX-SERVICE MEN
The following bulletin received by
Marion County Post No. 1 of the Am American
erican American Legion from national headquar headquarters
ters headquarters will be of interest to all ex ex-service
service ex-service men:
The secretary of the interior re recently
cently recently ordered the restoration to en entry
try entry of about 360,000 acres of revested
Oregon and California railroad lands,
classified as agriculture, subject to the
preference rights of settlers under
section 5 of the act of June 9, 1916,
and subject to the preference right of
soldiers, sailors and marines, under
House joint resolution No. 20 approv approved
ed approved Feb. 14, 1920.
The circular of regulations and
schedule of these restored lands is
now being prepared and complete in information
formation information will be forwarded at the
earliest possible moment. The open opening
ing opening of these land 3 will not take placee
until May and necessary information
will be forwarded in ample time.
The preference rights accorded to
ex-service men provided that they
may have their terms of service in the
army or navy, for a period not exceed-'
ing two years, deducted from the reg regular
ular regular homestead residence require requirements
ments requirements of three years. Thus a man
who has had two year's service in the
army or navy will have to complete
only one year homestead residence in instead
stead instead of three years.
The House joint resolution of Feb.
14th provides that soldiers, sailors
and marines who served in the war
with Germany and who have been
honorably discharged or placed in the
regular army or naval reserve, shall
have a preference right for a period
of 60 days under the homestead laws,
except as against prior existing "valid
preference rights, on public lands
opened to entry or in the case of res restoration.
toration. restoration. No new application for these lands
will be received from anyone but an
ex-service man until the expiration of
the 60-day period from the opening,
during which time the ex-service men
have preferred rights.
Franklin D'Olier,
National Commander.
Big assortment of patterns in sum summer
mer summer suits just in at Walkley & Bar Barnett,
nett, Barnett, Ocala House block. It
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NOT "AN APOLOGY!"

Editor Star: As the heading to my
article of yesterday seemed to have
"befuddled" you in arriving at its
true purpose and meaning, I take

pleasure in handing you above some

thing that even a "child'' can under
stand on the run.
For the last few years I had sup

posed we were driving toward the
same object, but now it seems you

have far exceeded me in zeal for the

good cause of eliminating John Bar

leycorn theoretically, at least and

he who does not agree with your ideas
has become a heretic; theiefore you

hold up to public censure our worthy
county judge, who, as you are prob probably
ably probably aware, is not permitted to retort

in kind to your peculiar form of
"argument." As the primary cause

of all this hullabaloo about nothing,

why don't you turn your guns on me

to some considerable extent? So far
as I am concerned I am perfectly will willing
ing willing it should be "open season" for

twelve months in the year and my

hat is always in. the ring, so go to it!

With more than forty years in the
ranks of those actively engaged in

what appears to be a never ending

fight against J. B., I think I am en

titled to claim some credit for what
has been done along this line in Mar

ion county during the last thirty-odd

years. This, in connection with my

present duties as prosecuting attor
ney, my willingness to carefully in
vestigate each and every "moonshine'

case in the light of the law and of the
facts peculiar to same, probably jus justified
tified justified our county judge, in the eyes of

a few of our best citizens at least, in

paying attention to my recommenda recommendations
tions recommendations in the Phillips case; and yet you
seek to hold him up to public censure
because he failed to accept your un unknown
known unknown views, although he did give the
full limit of the law. and a sentence
more severe under all the circum circumstances
stances circumstances than I have ever known to be
handed out in that court for what

amounts, it might be argued with

good grace, to be but one offense be because
cause because growing out of the same trans transaction
action transaction wherein the law seems to view
the crime as of but half the impor-

. tance as that of illegal sale of liquor

. for the latter is visited with a punish

ment oi eitner a $tuu nne or six
mons imprisonment, or both, in the

discretion of the judge, while the for

mer permits only one or the other
and not both.
Seemingly to justify your innuendo
or implied claim that a man has been
unduly favored by our county judge
because of having a white skin, you
call attention to what I presume is the
recently tried Perry Edwards .case,
wherein a sentence of $500 and six
months were both imposed upon a
notorious "seller' 'of moonshine; one
whom, if my memory serve me right,
you claimed to have made Ocala al almost
most almost run rivers of "shine," and you
now intimate the advisability of per-
mitting Perry to exchange the six
months part of his sentence for a $500
fine in order that he and Phillips may
stand as equals before the law and in
the eyes of certain "friends" of the
court I presume.
Pausing for a moment, may I in inquire
quire inquire when it was you first became the

representative of Perry along the line

you suggest, if at all, and what the

fee liquid or coin of the realm?

You know, as does any other white

man of Southern birth and surround

ings, that Mabe Phillips has suffered
more, and been disgraced more, in his
serttence than would Perry Edwards

if he were sentenced for six months
twice a year for the next ten years to
serve on the hard road; while from a
financial standpoint, Perry's time
(should he ever succeed in getting it)
for six months will not be worth to

exceed $150. j
But, you appear to be making the i
effort to have your readers believe
Phillips has not only made moonshine ;
but has been selling it also. If this i
was not your intention then it looks j
as thought it would be valid to charge I
you with an effort to so color your I
production as to amount to an effort
to deceive an unwary reader. If you
have anything tangible in the shape of
evidence, or where incriminating evi evidence
dence evidence can be found, of Phillips or any
one else having violated the liquor
laws of our state by selling or other otherwise,
wise, otherwise, I here and now call upon you to

come before me and let we have it.

but please don't make such a fiasco

of it as I understand you did before

the recent grand jury.

However, in order to ease the pains

of any of the friends of Perry who

think he was unduly afflicted with the

aw, I beg to advise there lies in my

office safe sufficient data to justify me

in submitting another "selling" case
or so of his for the consideration of a
jury whenever I deem it advisable; so

you see that up to the present time
Phillips seems to be the one to com complain
plain complain of favoritism shown another.

In conclusion. The good people of

this county have selected our present

county judge to deal out justice and

mercy as he sees fit under the law and

as each "particular case demands, with

out any hard and fast rules as to how

he shall do either; while I have been

selected by those in authority to rep

resent the, people, and the whole peo

pie, in the duties of prosecuting at attorney
torney attorney of the court over which the
county judge presides, and as such
. m a

prosecuting attorney i snail neyer
consent to use my office, even in its

advisory capacity to the judge, for the
purpose of persecution as I see it, but

for the general good of the community
as I see it. I do not claim to be in

fallible by any means, but I do claim

to know a good deal more about the

situation in the Mabe Phillips case

viewed from the standpoint of law and
facts involved, than you or any of the

other "friends" so interested in hav having
ing having him sent to the gang, and I have
no reason whatever in changing my

mind since the day I came to the con

elusion, and so represented to our

county judge, that a $1000 fine, if con

sented to by Phillips, would be a good

and safe disposition of the situation

as it then presented itself.

Again. I do not know what Judge

Smith expects to do in the future, but

you may rest assured L. N. Green wil

handle the affairs of his office as he
deems best, and he has no intention to

noia eitner a convention or primary

for advice as to what is best to do.
Sincerely, L. N. Green.
Ocala, April 14.

blow, and

not

was

moonshining a stagrgeriny
it is disappointed that it

struck.
I may have become a little mixed
in statement of terms, but I ?ee no
moral difference in making moonshine
and selling it. Mr. Phillips evidently
made his moonshine to sell.
I have no doubt that Judge Smith
did exactly what he thought was
right, and I know that he knew he was
going to provoke a great deal of cen censure
sure censure by doing what he thought was
right, and I have more lespect for a
judge of that sort than for one who
goes out and puts his ear to the

ground before he passes a sentence.
All the same, I think the spectacle of
a prominent white man hard at work

on the public roads would have been a
greater discouragement to moonshin

ing than any other argument.

I regret to observe, Lou, that the

judge doesn't seem much grateful to

you for your unsolicited defense of

him. Also, that all your years of

work for prohibition didn't do the
cause as much good as the Star did in

few weeks. I didn't make any

fiasco before the grand jury. It sent
for me, and I plainly told it I had no

evidence to present on the witness
stand. I certainly stirred up public

F. T. WILSON DEFENDS
THE STATE CHEMIST

Editor Star: I dont' like to pay
taxes any better than the rest of the
Floridians, but I submit to taxes when
I know they are for the good of the
public at large, even though they Jo
not directly benefit me.
Mr. Hampton is placing himself in
the class of an amateur reformer
when he suggests some of his re re-tienchments.
tienchments. re-tienchments. I have not time to go
through the entire list as I am not
personally acquainted with all of the
details in the various departments. If
Mr. Hampton is as much in error re regarding
garding regarding the other items as he is the
two I shall mention his views should
be consigned to the waste basket.
The secretary of state is the cus custodian
todian custodian of the state capitol building. He

has an appropriation of $1440 for

three janitors to clean the said build building
ing building and keep the grounds in good con condition.
dition. condition. I submit the matter to the general

public that the state capitol and its
grounds is at least three times as

large as the courthouse and its
grounds. To say that it is only one one-tenth
tenth one-tenth as large is certainly absurd.

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JAMES ENGESSER, Proprietor

121 W. Broadway phone 238 Ocala, Florida

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Gasoline, Oils and Grease

The state chemist received an ao-

sentiment on the question; the public propriation of $22,430 for 1920. The
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state chemist is an executive officer

knows that there was strong reason

for all I wrote; it has commended me
fpr it and you was one of the com-menders.

charged with the enforcement of the
fertilizer, stock, food and pure food

laws. Mr. Hampton's "considerable

Your other little attempts at argu- investigation" must have been very

superficial if it did not show him that
it was not a part of his official duties

to "give assistance to people having

ment, about, my becoming Perry Ed

wards' attorney, wanting a white man

more severely punished than a black

one, etc., are among the other little j neetl Qf a chemist

birds that I have no gun small enough

to shoot at with. Thev are in the

same class with the arguments a law lawyer
yer lawyer with a bad case presents to a jury
if he thinks it is made up of ignorant

and prejudiced men. I don't appeal to-

that class. Good-bye, Lou.

Editor Star.

FAVOR THE TEN-MILL TAX

m

Dear Lou: The reason I didn't turn

my guns on your "apology" day be

fore yesterday was because I didn't
have any guns quite small enough.
Sorry I had so much misinforma misinformation.
tion. misinformation. Part of ik obtained from you.
I had labored under the impression
that you were prosecuting officer, but
it seems to me and others that you
have suddenly hecome attorney for
the defense. Should advise our
friend, Col. Ray Bullock, to collect his
fee expeditiously, else the defendant
might think he should pay it to you
instead.
I have not gone. into the law. I ad-,
mit that you know more than I about
that tangled road which a man com compelled
pelled compelled to travel on often when trying i

to go one way finds himself face to

face with his own self going in the

opposite direction.
I do not express myself so much for
law as for public sentiment. Your
public bedamnativeness will probably

not allow you to consult the people on

what they think of the sentence. The
public has a long, weary job in mak making
ing making law and justice run on exactly
parallel lines, and I fear it will not
have much help in that direction from
the legal profession. Before I said a
word or wrote a line regarding this
matter, the public had expressed it itself
self itself to me, and what I wrote .was
mostly the voice of its expression. I
do not always agree with public opin opinion,
ion, opinion, and when I don't I say so, but I
never speak of it scornfully, as tho it
was an ignorant child. Public opinion
thought that the Mabe Phillips case
was the time to make an example
,that should strike the great evil of

At its meeting of April 2nd, the

Ocala Rotary Club passed the follow

ing resolution:

Whereas, It is well known that the

schools of the state and of Marion
county are short of public scftool
teachers and that Marion county last"

season was lacking at the opening of
her schools more than fifty white
teachers and than fifteen white schools,
were compelled to wait until other
schools were taught before securing:
teachers; and.
Whereas, The principal reason for
the shortage was the lack of funds In

the county to offer salaries sufficient j

to secure teachers: and.

Whereas, uVIany of the teachers,

were mere girls inexperienced and In Incompetent
competent Incompetent to properly teach childrn,
being employed because of the lack of
money to secure competent teachers
and as the training of cue boys, and
girls is the most important work of
the county, and as it appears that the
only way to hold the good teachers
now in the schools and to secure com competent
petent competent teachers throughout the coun county
ty county is to pay higher salaries; there therefore
fore therefore be it
Resolved, That the Ocala Rotary
Club go on record as favoring tho
full ten-mill levy for school purposes;
and recommends the early selection
of teachers and pledge themselves to
back up the school board in making
the school levy ten mills.
Submitted by committee of educa education:
tion: education: W. T. Gary, chairman, W. P.
Preer, H. W. Henry, Jno. H. Taylor.

The purpose of the law is not to
catch criminals, but to prevent crime.
Let us look at the fertilizer law for a
moment. No farmer living can look
at a fertilizer and tell anything con

cerning the omunt Vf potash, phos

phoric acid or ammonia in it. Neither

can he use it on his crop and tell how

great a deficit there was because, pre

paration of the soil, the season, plant

disease, etc., are vital factors in crop

production and only an expert can
even make a good guess at what fac factor
tor factor or factors are most responsible
for a crop failure.
If anyone believes that all the man manufacturers
ufacturers manufacturers of fertilizer are now so
good that they would no longer try
to defraud the farmers if there were
no fertilizer law and no state chemist
charged with the duty of examining

the farmers' fertilizer free to see that
it is as represented, why let him work

to have the department abolished.

Further: This department is a rev-

enune producer and bears no part in
the increased millage that Mr. Hamp

ton so much regrets. This depart
ment turns back from the sale of fer

tilizer and stock feed stamps over
$00,000 more than it takes out of the

general revenue fund and if the de

partment were abolished this money
would have to be made by an increased

miJlasre. In other words it would be

come a direct tax instead of an in

direct tax. Which would you rather

pay, Mr. Taxpayer?

The fertilizer manufacturers could

steal from the farmers of Florida ten
times as much money as the state
chemist's department costs by leaving
out of their formulas one-tenth of one

per cent of the ammonia that they

are guaranteed to contain.

The chemical department is worth
a hundred times more than it costs to

the farmers and taxpayers of the

state. Frank T. Wilson.

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BICYCLE REPAIRING A SPECIALTY

STOMACH TROUBLE

Mr. Marion Holcomb," of Nancy, Ky.f says: Fpr quite
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have pains and a heavy feeling after my meals, a most
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butter, oil or grease, I would spit it up. I began to have
regular sick headache.- I had used pills and tablets, but
after a course of these, I would be constipated, n just
seemed (o tear my stomach all up. I found they ware
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In a resolution adopted by the Asso Association
ciation Association of Life Insurance Presidents

the heads of the country's large insur

ance companies express their attitude

toward the railroad situation as fol

lows:
"Rehabilitation of the railroads and
establishment by law of rates adequate
to provide for the present and future
demands of our growing commerce and
to stabilize the credit and securities of
the roads."

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liver medicine made. I do not have sick headache or
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The executive council of the Nation
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lic public statement on the credit situation of
the country says:
"The council im its consideration f
tho transfer of the railways to private
control felt that it is of the highest im importance
portance importance that the railways be protect protected
ed protected from the dangers of receivership
and the public assured against :iaia :iaia-terrupted
terrupted :iaia-terrupted fcervica.'
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OCALA GAS EMGINE WOUKS
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If you have any society items,
phone five-one.
Mr. W. W. Harriss has returned
from a week's business visit to Sarasota.

Mrs. J. D. Baird has purchased the
E. T. Spencer place and is moving in
same today.
Strawberries, only 32 cents a quart
at W. A. Stroud's. 15-tf

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Mr. Robert Simmons, son of Mr. and
Mrs. C. C. Simmons, of North Ocala,
is convalescing after a serious illness.
The Star has just received a letter
from Mr. Clem Purvis, who left about
two months ago for San Juan, Porto
Rico, stating that he cannot do with without
out without the daily. He says that altho he
likes his new home fairly well it does
not compare with Florida. Mr. Pur Purvis
vis Purvis promises to write us a letter for
publication soon.
Two-piece white "Gaberdine" Suits,
some large sizes, at Walkley & Bar Bar-nett,
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The members of the various com committees
mittees committees of Grace Episcopal church
who are making arrangements for
the lawn fete to be given in Ocala
House grounds next Tuesday evening
held an enthusiastic meeting at the
home of Mrs. H. B. Clarkson last
night. Plans for the fete are being
whipped into shape and this occas occasion
ion occasion promises to be one of the most en enjoyable
joyable enjoyable of the spring season. Mrs. S.
J. Manly will have charge of the
vaudeville show to be given in the
dining room of the hotel, and it
gives promise of being first class in
every respect.
GARAGE FOR PROMPT SERVICE.
TRY OCALA MOTOR COMPANY

Special sale beginning Monday. A
sixty-cent jar Cojco Butter Cold
Cream and a fifty-cent box Charmona
Face Powder, both for 63 cents at
Gerig's Drug Store. 6-tf
Yesterday afternoon at her home in
North Ocala, Mrs. Louis Teuton was
hostess at a quilting party to a few of
her friends which occasion was a very
pleasant one and greatly enjoyed by
all present. For several hours a mer merry
ry merry time was spent, chatting, while
many stitches were made toward the
completion of a very effective quilt.
Mrs. Teuton, assisted by her mother--inlaw,
Mrs. John Teuton, served re

freshing lemonade and cake. The
following were those present: Mrs.

J. C. Bray, Mrs. J. W. Gates, Mrs. J.

W. Hogan, Mrs. W. H. McConn. Mrs.

R. M. McCann, Mrs. Tucker, Mrs. G.
D. Hogan, Mrs. Waats, Mrs. C. C.
Curry and Miss Mattie Lou Barri-neau.

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Fernandina; W. A. Cleveland, Jack Jacksonville;
sonville; Jacksonville; S. M. Engle, Lake City; J.
L. D. Houston, Jasper; A. P. Gregory,

Lake City; L. E. McNair, D. D., Jack-

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J. G. Venable, Jacksonville; R. H.

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Jacksonville; L. M. Murray, Ocala;

C. E. Hood, Dunnellon, and J. W. Wil

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One 1917 Ford Touring.
One 1918 Ford Touring.
One 1919 Ford Roadster.
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Phone 348. tf Ocala. Fla.

The golf tournament and tea at the
Country Club yesterday afternoon,
given by Mrs. Clarence Camp in
honor of Mrs. Walter Gier of Cincin Cincinnati,
nati, Cincinnati, was without any exception one
of the most pleasurable entertain entertainments
ments entertainments given in Ocala for some time.
Mrs. Camp's invitation list included
the members of the Country Club, and
at about 3 o'clock one of the largest
gatherings ever seen on the links as assembled
sembled assembled to play the enchanting game
of golf.
Mr. Clarence Camp held the cup
which contained slips of the names of
each gentleman present, and each lady
drew her partner in this manner, and
then a mixed foursome was arranged
among the couples, which fashion of
playing is always the most sociable
and enjoyable, but yesterday after afternoon's
noon's afternoon's games appeared to be the jol jol-liest.
liest. jol-liest. The day most favorable for
such an occasion. The air was crisp
and invigorating, which enhanced the
enthusiasm of the game. There were
some present who did not play, but
they accompanied the players around
the course, either caddying or boosting.

After the players had made their

round and returned to the club house,
Needham's orchestra, which had ar arrived
rived arrived commenced playing, which was

most delightful greeting. There

were several close matches, but Mr. J.

S. Pearson and Mrs. Frank Drake

were found to have the lowest score
in the tournament and Mr. L. W. Du Duval
val Duval in his usual witty manner present

ed them with two beautiful cups that

Mrs. Camp had selected for the win winners,
ners, winners, and ot the honoree Mr. Duval

presented a dainty cup, which she re

ceived in a most attractive and modest
manner.

After congratulations and hest

wishes were extended to the winers,

Mr. and Mrs. Camp served refresh

ments, picnic style, which lent a very
pretty effect, with the long tables of
food placed under the magnificent
oaks close to the club house.

Later the guests gathered in the

dancing rooms of the club, where for

several hours dancing was greatly en

joyed.

This was a very pretty and much

enjoyed courtesy that Mrs. Camp ten tendered
dered tendered Mrs. Gier and those present
will always remember the occasion

with the happiest of thoughts. Mrs.

Gier is a most charming and gifted
young woman and by her fascinating
manners has become a great favorite
here, and it is with regret that her
friends learn her visit will be a very

short one, as she will leave the first

of next week for her home.

WACAHOOTA

Perfectone phonograph as a birthday
gift on April 5th. So they have
"music in the air now."
Mr. and Mrs. R. P. Smith were
shopping in Gainesville Saturday.
Mrs. C. R. Curry was on the sick
list last week, but is able to be up

again.

Mrs. V. P. Smith and her guest,

Mrs. Wethersbee, Mr. and Mrs. J. M.
Smith and son and Mrs. M. R. Beck
spent Saturday in Ocala, guests of
Mrs. W. J. Edwards.
Rev. Guy of Williston filled his reg regular
ular regular appointment at the Methodist

church Sunday afternoon. He was ac accompanied
companied accompanied out by his wife and chil

dren.

There is to -be a working at the

Baptist cemetery Thursday, April 15.

Wacahoota Baptist church is to

have a "home gathering" on Satur

day before the fourth Sunday, April
24th. Dr. O. Kelly of Gainesville will
have charge of the services. Basket

dinner. Everybody is invited to come

and enjoy the good service and meet

old friends.

Mrs. Elvin Bruton and son, J. D.

spent last Tuesday at Mrs. M. Phin-

ey's home at Raleigh.

Mr. Lute Howell and Mr. and Mrs

William Hardee and children

visitors to Gainesville Monday.

were

Girl wanted at Kindt's music store.

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Yotf are the sole judge as to whether
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Price S5.00
Each razor is enclosed in a substan substantial
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Ocala, Fla.

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should be wearing glasses

- yet they prefer to sui-

4.wv ousness and other mental
disorders.
' DR. K. J. WEIHE,
Optometrist and Optician.
Eyesight Specialist

Phone 273

West Broadway
Opposite Fair Grounds

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Wacahoota, April 14. This vicinity

was visited by a very hard rain Mon

day and some wind, thunder and light

ning. Today is com ana some iear

the tender vegetables will be. injured

by the rain and cold.

Central school closed April 3rd with

the following program in the after

noon:

Sonc Columbia the Gem of the

OceanSchool.

Recitation, A Little Girl's View of

Life Edna Dorman.
Recitation, A Protest Dolvin Dor
man.

Dialogue. Dot Entertains Lucile

Bradley and Albert Britt.

Recitation. When Teacher Gets

Cross Anna Belle Douglas.

Recitation, My Matrimonial Views I

Lucile Bradley.
Dialogue, Beat It Martha Britt,
Albert Britt, Dawson Dorman and J.
D. Bruton.
Recitation, Sleepy Time Cora

Douglas.
Recitation,

Simmons.
Recitation, Vacation J. D. Bruton.
Dialogue, A Pleasant Afternoon at
Mrs. Bloodshaw's Martha Britt, Cora
and Anna Belle Douglas, Lucile Brad Bradley,
ley, Bradley, Grace Simmons and Mrs. C. R.
Curry.
Song, Kind Words Can Never Die Die-School.
School. Die-School. Grace Simmons received the first
prize for the most perfect lessons in
spelling above the fourth grade, and
received a handsome gold medal.' Dol Dolvin
vin Dolvin Dorman received the prize from
the fourth grade down and received a
gold pin for his tie.
Mrs. Lute Howell entertained a
number of friends at an Easter party
on Friday night, April 3rd. Music and
dancing were enjoyed until a late
hour. Dainty refreshments of sand sand-witches,
witches, sand-witches, devil's food cake and grape grape-juice
juice grape-juice were served during the evening. evening.-Mrs.
Mrs. evening.-Mrs. Howell is a charming hostess and

her parties are always looked for forward
ward forward to with much pleasure.
Mrs. J. D. Tyson returned home
from Jacksonville last Friday. She
had ben to Dr. Rogers' sanitarium for
an operation. Her many friends are
glad she is getting on so nicely and
hope she will soon be entirely well.

She was accompanied home by Mrs.
Sue Wethersbee, who is the guest of

Mrs. V. P. Smith.

Mr. and Mrs. R. P. Smith attended

the Willis Ramsey hog sale April 5th.
Quite a jolly party of young folks

met at the home of Mrs. Dill at Wa

cahoota last Friday night and about
10 o'clock went over to the home of
Mr. James Ramsey, where they gave

Mr. Ramsey and his bride an old fash

ioned serenade. While very much sur

prised they invited the crowd in and

Miss Eloise Ramsey, sister of the
groom, treated the crowd to delicious

fruit and punch, fruit cake, devil's
food cake and caramel cake. Every

one had a most enjoyable time.

Mr. C. R. Curry presented Mrs.
Curry with a handsome cabinet size

YOU'LL BE WELL
PLEASED
with the .monument we set up
in your family plot. There
will be dignity about the de design
sign design that will appeal to your
taste. There will be a beauty
of carving that will attract
your pleased attention. An3
there will be a moderation in
our charges that cannot fail
to commend itself to you.
Ocala Marble Works
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American family in 1919. v
Here are the figures and author
ities for them.
The average consumption of
meat per person for a year is about
180 pounds (U. S. Government).
The average American family is
tfi persons (U. S. Census).
Swift & Company's profit from
all sources in 1919 averaged less
than !4 cent jper pound on all
products including meat
This averages for the family less than the
price of
1 cigar per week for father, or
1 street car fare per week for mother, or
1 package of gum per week
for the children.
The complex service which we
furnish the public is efficient and
economical The cost to the public
in the shape of profit is too small to
be noticeable in the family meat bilL
Swift & Company, U. S. A.

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OCALA EVENING STAR, THURSDAY. APRIL 15, 1920

UNCLASSIFIED
ADVERTISEMENTS
WANTED, LOST, FOUND, FOR
SALE, FOR RENT AND SIM SIMILAR
ILAR SIMILAR LOCAL NEEDS

BELLEVIEW

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS

RATES Six line maximum, one
time, 25c. ;three times, 50c; six times
75c.; one month $3. Payable in ad ad-varce.
varce. ad-varce. BOY WANTED The Star wants a
steady, industrious boy to learn the
printing business. Good wages to
start with.

FOR RENT Two connecting rooms
unfurnished. Water, electric lights and
phone furnished. Close in and very

reasonable. Phone 145. 15-6t
FOR ftENT Five room cottage,
modern conveniences. South Sixth
street, two blocks east of high school;
$12 per month. M. M. Little. 15-tf
WANTED Music teacher by young
lady who desires lessons on Saturday.
Write P. O. Box 370, Ocala. 13-3t
MISSING Since Dec. 12 from Ocala,
Bennie Lane of Savannah; 19 years
old, short and medium built, brown
skin, coarse black hair. Mark on fore forehead
head forehead shape of half-moon. Somewhat
stupid but harmless. If whereabouts
are known, notify Catherine Davis,
Ocala, and receive reward. 14-4t

WANTED Bird dog. Must be well
broken t and good retriever, three or
four years old. State prfce. R. Hill,
Fifth Avenue Hotel, St. Petersburg,
Fla. 13-3t
FOR SALE Light Oldsmobile. Rea Reason
son Reason for selling going north. See Ed
Anderson, Ocala Auto & Garage Com Company.
pany. Company. 13-3t
WANTED Y'oung lady to assist as
soda water dispenser. Apply in per person
son person to Court Pharmacy. 13-tf

TOMATO PLANTS Redfield Beau Beauty
ty Beauty plants, per 100, 30 cents; special
prices in large quantities. Phone 30M.
J. E. Hyndman, Box 2, Route A,
Ocala, Fla. 12-6t

TAYLOR THE HAT MAN. Your
old hats like new. Telephone the Flor Florida
ida Florida House. 10-6t

HIDES WANTED We are paying
the highest market price for gren

and salted hides. Full weight. B.
Goldman, Ocala, Fla. 4-9-tf
FOR SALE One mare (j'2 years old,
colt eight months old. Apply to New
York Meat Market, 18 W. Broadway,
Ocala. 4-8-15t
WANTED Auto mechanic, Fine pro proposition
position proposition for the right man. Address
Fort McCoy Garage, Fort McCoy,
Fla. 10-6t

HADSOCK'S WOOD YARD Phone

your orders to Smoak's shop. Phone

14C. 2-m
FOR SALE 16 healthy shoats and
gilts. Price, $120. T. Needham,
Ocala. 12-6t

Belleview, April 15. Rev Lawhon's
mother left Thursday for Jackson Jacksonville,
ville, Jacksonville, where she will spend a while
with her son.

Mr. and Mrs. Keeler, who have
spent some time at the Hotel Marion,
are visiting friends in St. Petersburg
and Tampa this wek.
The young folks gave Miss Alice
Barrett a birthday surprise party at
her home Friday night. Many inter interesting
esting interesting gamse were played and refresh refreshments
ments refreshments served.
Miss Ruby McClendon came Satur Saturday
day Saturday to spend a few days with her
mother, Mrs. Maggie McClendon.
Mrs. V. D. P. Pratt was a Saturday
caller in Ocala.
The literary meeting at the town
hall Thursday night had an extraordi extraordinarily
narily extraordinarily good program, as the Dixie
Quartet of Mount Dora was with us

and took an important part, giving

both vocal and violin solos, which
were very much enjoyed by all.
Mr. Louis Terrill left Friday for
his home in Connecticut, being called
back on account of the death of his
mother.
Mr. and Mrs. Betts returned to their

home in New York Monday.
Mr. Kenneth E. Merrill of Jackson Jacksonville
ville Jacksonville spnet from Saturday till Monday
her with his mother, Mrs. G. E. Mer Merrill.
rill. Merrill. Miss Gertrude L. Carter of Lady
Lake is the guest of Miss Majorie
Merrill this week.
Miss Eleanor Abshire was a busi business
ness business caller in Ocala Saturday.
Rev. Hines preached at the Baptist
church last Sunday afternoon and his

sermon was much enjoyed by all.
Mr. and Mrs. T. C. Gale and Miss
Ivah left Friday for their home near
the Canada line Friday.
Mr. O. S. Shade left Monday for
Jacksonville, after a few days' visit
at Charlie Shram's.

Mrs. L. L. Hopkins, who has been
in the Ocala hospital for about a

week, was able to return home Tues

day.

Mr. C. A. Tremere, who has been
in the New England states attending
to business, returned Tuesday to take

up his duties at his store and the

postoffice Tuesday. j
Don't forget the dance at the Civic
League hall next Friday night, April
16th. Needham's orchestra wil fur furnish
nish furnish music."
Mr. George Grunthal of New York
is with his family this week.
Mrs. Edith Seesee Hampton of De Detroit,
troit, Detroit, was in town Monday and Tues Tuesday
day Tuesday and gave a very interesting talk
at the Baptist church Tuesday night.
She is well known here and much lov loved
ed loved by all and we were more than glad
to have her with us, even for a short
time.
Mr. and Mrs. Van Tassel welcomed
another little son to their home last
Tuesday.
Crowds fi?6m Belleview went up to
Ocala last Friday night to hear the

minstrel given by the Woman's Cluo.

Belleview contributed her best ama

teur talent when Mrs. Frances Wells

and Mr. C. Ed Armstrong' gave a

musical sketch between acts, which
took the house by storm. Mrs. Wells

has been the delight of all the social
aaffirs of Belleview this winter, with

her sweet voice, and the most remark

able fact is that her voice is natural,

never having had any training.

Mis. C. Ed Armstrong has returned

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INDUSTRIAL SCHOOL
BASEBALL STARS

. .rl. QUt at tne intjustrial
election as they contain the informa- j school have formed two baseball
tion he desired" teams, and two or three afternoons in
The following resolution was offer- the week they play the national game
ed bv Commissioner Davis: S with as much enthusiasm as could be

Whereas. L. N. Green, attorney, has

heretofore been duly appointed by this
board to prosecute all alleged offend-

shown by as many boys. A Star re reporter
porter reporter put in an hour very pleasantly
visterdav afternoon watching one of

LATEST LOCALS

Temperature this morning, 46; this
afternoon, 73.
Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Wilson of Fort
McCoy were shoppers in town today.

Strawberries, onlv 32 cents a qua"t
at W. A. Stroud's. 15-tf

ers against the so-called local option .heir games. They have just started
laws of the state of Florida; since and are improving with every game,
which appointment Article XIX of the j The only difference between them and
Florida constitution has been amend- j boys is they can't throw a ball so hard
ed, and the legislature of said stat? j and don't cuss the umpire. They play
has enacted various statutes to secure r.ow in their school dresses, but except

the enforcement of the will of the peo- 1 to soon have bloomers, in which th?y

pie as expressed in and by -aid amend- : can more conveniently tail down ana
ment; and, i-oll over three or four times.
Whereas, this board deems it pro- j We tried to get the line-ups, but the
per and expedient to affirm the ap- irls. on going on the field leave their
pointment aforesaid, which we hereby jwn names at home and assume those

do; and, further, to also appoint the ot the greatest players in tne Dig
said Green to be the regularly em- ; leagues. The two teams are named
ployed prosecuting attorney for this j the Red Sox and the Blue Sox, but
county of Marion, which we "hereby do, they don't wear any sox at all; but
with full power and authority, as such stockings of whatsoever tint their
prosecuting attorney, until this ap- j fancy dictates. Their insignia are
pointment is revoked, to prosecute bands of stout paper worn around
and and all alleged offenders against, their heads and inscribed either in

and violators of, any of the laws and blue or red ink with their nom ae

statutes of the state of F.lorida seek- plumes.

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Miss Clara Mae Crosby of Belle

view is visiting friends in the city to
day

Just in a shinment of Palm Beach

Suits at Walkley & Barnett. It
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Miss Emily Stotesbury will be the
hostess this afternoon to the Thurs

day afternoon auction club.

good use. This sale is for a good
purpose, to beautify the cemetery

driveway, so show your generosity

and send your donations to the rum rummage
mage rummage sale room.

Mr. Stephen Jewett is expected to
y-v 1 A.

arrive in ucaia tomorrow to accom

pany his wife and two daughters to
Savannah, their new home, within the

next week. Their scores of friends
here are indeed sorry over their de

parture to another city, but they leave

with the best wishes of all for a hap--

py and prosperous life in their new

home.

ing or intended to bring about the due
and proper enforcement of Article ;
XIX as amended, aforesaid; and par-

ticularly of any and all the provis-
ions of Chapters 7283, 7288, 773G and

7888, laws of the state of Florida as

passed by the legislature thereof; or j
such acts as the legislature 'shall (
hereafter enact for the proper en-

forcement of the aforesaid amended
article;
And the said Green is further au authorized,
thorized, authorized, employed and instructed as
follows, viz:
1. To bring about, and aid in, the
prosecution of any and all persons be believed
lieved believed to have committed perjury or to
have sworn falsely in any trial or pro proceedings
ceedings proceedings under and by virtue of any
of the aforesaid laws or statutes; and,
2. To prosecute any and all other
alleged offenders in and before the
county judge's court of this county of
Marion whenever so requested by said
judge.

For such services as shall be per

Yesterday s line-ups and scores
were as follows:
Blue Sox
Babe Ruth, catcher, one home run.
Paul Cchb, pitcher.
Ty Cobb, first baseman, home run.
Pat Morgan, second baseman.
Hollis Fcrd, third baseman.
Robert League, right fielder.
R. H. Dawson, left fielder.
Buck Weaver, cf., one home run.
Joe King, shortstop.
Red Sox
Eddie Collins, catcher.
Robert Collins; first bqse.
Goldie Rapp, second base.

Russell Ford, third base.
Clark Griffith, shortstop.
Eddie Casey, left field.
Buck Wheat, right field.
Earl Mayo, center field.
Frank Baker, pitcher.

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The "Ease-All" arch protecting
shoes and the Dr. Edison Cushion
Shoes are to be had at only one store
in Ocala. For ladies only. Little's
Shoe Parlor. 15-tf

Cream puffs, chocolate eclairs, lady
fingers, sponge drops, macaroons,
wafers and and kisses, today only.
Carter's Bakery. It

The Star regress that Mr. Herbert
Weaver, the clever young sailor who
has been in charge of the navy re recruiting
cruiting recruiting station here, is to leave to-
WW A II A- J

morrow, lie is a very intelligent anu

genial young man and is greatly lik

ed. His Dlace will be taken by an

other of Uncle Sam's efficient young

seamen, Mr. Elmore Adkins.

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Miss Sidney Perry's .friends regret
to learn that she is quite indisposed,
and trust that she will soon be out

i again.

All customers of Federal Bread are

satisfied customers. Ask them. tf

Miss Susie Ervin of St. Petersburg
has returned to her home after a

I pleasant week's visit in the city with

her sister. Miss Kuth krvin.
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WE CALL FOR AMD DELIVER

YOUR CAR. OCALA MOTOR CO.

FURNITURE, ETC. I buy and sen
second hand furniture. Experts put it
in good condition before re-selling.
Repair sewinj machines, lawn mow mowers,
ers, mowers, etiamelware, etc. J. W. Hunter,
310, 312, 314 South Main St. 23-tf

WANTED Rags,
laundered; 5 cents
office.

Must be
a pound.
7-tf

well
Star

AUTO SERVICE Automobiles re repaired,
paired, repaired, re-painted and re-covered.
Also a complete line of gas, oils and
grease. Firestore tires.' Meadows Re Re-pah
pah Re-pah Shop, 735 N. Magnolia St. 7-lm

FOR SalE two Jersey cows, one
extra fine, giving three gallons per
day; other to be fresh in few days. C.
A. Holloway, 715 Lime St. Ocala. 19-tf

WANTED If you have anything in
the line of furniutre, either new or
second hand, call on me. I pay high highest
est highest cash prices for same. B. Goldman,
Ocala, Fla. 9-tf

from a visit to her parents in Tampa
R. A. M. CHAPTER No. 13

Regular convocations of the Ocala

Chapter No. 13 R. A. M.. on tfie fourth

Friday in every month at 8 p. m.
H. S. Wesson, H. P.
Jake Brown, Secretary.

creek near the Frank Holly ford, then
in a NE direction to Mason Bay, in

formed hv said Green under and by tersectmg the old Norwalk road,

virtue of any of the foregoing provis- ( which report was accepted by the

ions he shall receive such reasonable j board and road ordered posted ior

Mrs. Paul Fore and Miss Daisy
Fore of Oxford, Mrs. E. T. Caruthers
and Miss Martha Pfeil of Lowell were

j visitors to the city yesterday.

Big assortment of patterns in sum
mer suits just in at Walkley & Bar
nett, Ocala House block. It
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MIRIAM KEHEKAh LODGE NO. 15
Mirfam Rebekah Lodge No. 15
meets the first and tliird Monday eve evening
ning evening in each month in the Odd Fel Fellows'
lows' Fellows' hall at 7:30 o'clock.
Miss Ruth Ervin. N. G.
Miss Ruth Hardee. Secretary.

Call Five One Nine
The Old Reliable
Quick Delivery
Steak 35c.
Loin Steak 40-45c.
Pork Chops 35c.
Roast ..30c.
Big Roast 25c.
Stew 15c.
Fish, Oysters and Seasoning
Green Groceries
J. D. Dawklns
111 WEST BROADWAY
L. ALEXANDER
PRACTICAL CARPENTER
AND BUILDER
Careful Estimates made on all Con Contract
tract Contract work. Gives More and Better
Work for the Money than any other
contractor in the Hrr

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SEEDS
Ninety day and old fashion velvet
beans, chufas, Pyles and Gist seed
corn. Ocala Seed Store, phone 435. tf

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RAILROAD SCHEDULES
Arrival and Departure of passenger
trains at pCALA UNION STATION.
The following schedule figures pub published
lished published as information and not guar guaranteed.
anteed. guaranteed. (Eastern Standard Time)
SEABOARD AIR LINE RAILROAD

Leave Arrive

2:15 am Jacksonville-N'York 2:10 am

1:55 pm

4:05 pm

2:15 am
2:15 am

1:50 pm

1:30 pm
4:25 pm
2:15 am
3:35 pm

1:35 pm

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Jacksonville
Jacksonville
Manatee Manatee-St.
St. Manatee-St. Petersburg
Tampa-Manatee

4:25 pm Tampa-St. P'tersbrg; 4:05 pm

ATLANTIC COAST LINE RAILROAD
Leave Arrive
2:12 pm Jacksonville-N'York 3:15 am
1:45 pm JTcsonville-Ga'nsville 3:35 pm
6:42 am J'ksonville-G'nesvile 10:13 pm
3:18 am St.Pet'sbrg-Lakeland 2:12 am
3:35 pm St.Pet'3brg-Lakeland 1:25 pm
7:10 am Dunnellon-Wilcox
:25 am Dun'ellon-L'kelnd 11:03 pm
3:25 pm Horaosassa 1:30 pm
10:13 pm Leesburg 6:42am
4:45 pm Gainesville 1 1:50 am
Monday, Wednesday. Friday.
Tuesday. Thursday. Saturday.

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and just fees as shall be agreed upon

from time to time between the board
and him as circumstances may justify

in any particular case.

Which being seconded by Commis

sioner Meffert, was put to vote by the

chairman of the board of duly carried.

A petition was received requesting

the following road, to-wit: Commence

on public road on section line between

S 24 and 27 T 14 R 21 E, thence run
E half mile, thence N on S line be between
tween between S 27 and 26 yuarter-mile, east

on quarter section line quarter mile,

N on quarter section line half-mile, h,
on quarter section line to Kendrick, in
T 14 R 21 E, and Messrs. Haywood
Hale, Harvey C. Waters and W. B.
Livingston were appointed a commit committee
tee committee to view and mark out the best and
most practical route for same.
A petition was received asking for
road on Sec line running E and W
for a distance of two miles, com at
NE cor of nw!i of Sec 10 Tp 13 R 21
E, and ending at NW cor of nei of
Sec 8 Tp 13 S R 21 E, and Messrs.
Ed Rou, J. C. Dupree and O. G. John Johnson
son Johnson were appointed a committee to
view and mark out same.
A petition was received asking for
the following public road: Beginning
at the present public road running E
from Reddick on Sec line between the

south line of Sees 10, 11 and 12, at the
sw cor of Sec 12, running due S on

said Sec line until said road intersects
public road running E and W from
Lowell to Sparr, and begin at the se
cor of the swi of Sec 13 and running
due W on said section line to point
where said section line intersects with
the Mcintosh and Ocala hard road,
and Messrs. Sani Johnson, S. F. Rou
and J. H. Williams were appointed a
committee to view and mark out same.
A petition was received asking for
the following road to be opened: Com
at the SW cor of Sec 2 T 17 R 22 and
run E one mile on Sec line, thence N
between Sees 1 and 2 to the old Agnew
Ave. road, thence NE on Agnew Ave.
road to the town limits of Belleview,
also continuing S from the SE cor of
Sec 2 to connect with the Charter Oak
road, and the following committee was
appointed to view and mark out the
best route for same: Messrs. J. L.
Devarn, Dave Stanley and John Har Har-rell.
rell. Har-rell. Committee appointed to view and
mar kout the best route for road in T
17 R 24, reported the followiing as
the best route: Com at SW cor of Sec
21 Tp 17 S R 24 E, and run east on
said Sec line one mile to SE cor of
said Sec 21, T 17 S R 24 E, thence N
on E line of said Sec 21, to a point
one mile N, said point being the NE
cor of said Sec 21 T 17 S R 24 E,
which report was accepted by the
board and the road ordered posted lor
opening.

Committee appointed to view an

mark out route for road in Tp 17 R 2:1,
reported the following as the best
route for same: Com at the SW cor
of n4 of lot 14 in Sec 21 Tp 14 R 23
E, thence in an easterly direction to
range line dividing ranges 23 and 24,
thence S to Norwalk road, about one
mile, which report was accepted by
the board and road ordered posted for
cpening.
Committee appointed to view and
mark out best route for road in Tp 14
R 24, reported the best route for said
road as follows: Leave the Norwalk
road near the NE cor of W. H. Fore's
field, near Sec 16 Tp 14 R 24, run in an
easterly direction, crossing Eaton

opening.
Lewis Graham having been convict convicted
ed convicted by the court was ordered stricken

'.from the paper list. Candace Will Williams
iams Williams was reported dead and ordered

stricken from pauper list.
The county depository, county
judge, sheriff, tax collector, justices

of the peace and inspectors of marks
and brands filed reports.
The following warrants were order ordered
ed ordered drawn to cover bills duly examined,

passed and orderedpaid, to-wit: Gen General
eral General fund, S6712.88; fine and forfei forfeiture
ture forfeiture fund, 711.33; road fund, $6246;
outstanding indebtedness fund, $634.
There being no further business the
board thereupon adjourned.
O. H. Rogers. Chairman.
Attest: P. H. Nugent, Clerk, by T.
D. Lancaster Jr., Deputy.

Mrs. Adam Hafner and Misses

Eleanor and Minnie Tremere were in
the city yesterday and paid the Star

an appreciated call. Mrs. Hafner has

one of the brightest and most culti

vated minds in her pretty little town,
and is a great favorite with her neigh

bors.

CHANCE for an airplane trip Fri

day' to Orlando and back for $50. For

particulars ask at the Court Pharm Pharmacy
acy Pharmacy or Florida House. t 14-2t

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Mrs. Donald Schreiber and. daugh

ter have deferred their departure for

their home at Youngstown, Ohio, on
account of the strikes and it will be
pleasant news to their friends to learn
they will remain in the city for some
time longer.

Colorite for straw hats, all colors,
ai Anti-Monopoly Drug Store.1 3-10t
Dr. K. J. Weihe, optometrist, gave
another interesting talk on the eye
and its care, to the scholars of the
second grade at the primary school
this morning. Dr. Weihe will also

give a prize to the boy and girl of this
class who writes the best composition
on "The Eye and Its Care."

Strawberries, only 32 cents a quart

at W. A. Stroud's. 15-tf

Mrs. H. E. Schoefiin of Tampa has
arrived in th ecity from a visit to
Jacksonville and will be the guest of
her sister, Mrs. P. V. Leavengood for
a short time before returning to her
home. -fJ
W. "K. Lane, M. D., Physician and
Surgeon, specialist Eye, Ear, Nose and
Throat. Office over 5 and 10 cent store,
Ocala, Fla. tf
FOR SERVICE TRY

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The following were some of Wed

nesday's visitors noted on the streets

Miss Ethel Freeman and Mrs. Ruth
Smith of Belleview; Mrs. C. D. Rou

and children, Reddick; Mrs..J. Bot Bot-temlan,
temlan, Bot-temlan, Summerfield; Misses Carrie
and Mary Forbes, Anthony; Miss Ida

Mae Cam, Reddick; Mrs. Ada Marsh,

Lacota.

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Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Ditto and

Messrs. J. H. Frasier and C. T.

Vaughn leave in the morning in their
car for a trip thru South Florida, via

St. Petersburg, Tampa, Miami, back
up the East Coast and then to Ocala.

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9-6t OCALA MOTOR CO. GARAGE.

Mr. C. A. Tremere, one of Belle-

view's leading business men, who has

been on a trip to New York and New

England, during which time he missed

by very little being smothered in snow

or frozen, has returned home.

CHEVROLET SERVICE.

9-6t OCALA MOTOR CO.

For All Classes Oi
Stone, Brick, Wood,
and Concrete
Building

Sixty-three cents buys the befc

Cold Cream and one of the best Fac

Powders on the market. Special sale

price at Gerig's Drug Store. 6-tf

Cream puffs, chocolate eclairs, lady
fineers, sponge drops, macaroons,

wafers and and kisses, today only.

Carter's Bakery. It
Saturday afternoon, Dr. E. Con Con-radi,
radi, Con-radi, president of the State Woman's
College at Tallahassee, will address
the Ocala Woman's Club on the sub subject
ject subject of citizenship. This will be an
open meeting and all friends are in invited
vited invited to come and hear Dr. Conradi.

The program for the afternoon's en

tertainment will be printed tomorow.
Give 'your feet a. chance to help you
alonig in the world. If they trouble
you in any way have them examined
free. M. M. Little, graduate practi practi-pedist.
pedist. practi-pedist. 15-tf
EXEPERT MECHANICS AT
9-6t OCALA MOTOR GO. GARAGE.
The attention of the public is again
called to the beautiful electric port portable
able portable lamp, made from a French 75
Mm. shell, which is on display for
sale at the Court Pharmacy. The
Odd Fellows have charge of the sale,
and the' money is for a worthy pur purpose.
pose. purpose. If you haven't seen the lamp
you should caH at the Court Pharm Pharmacy
acy Pharmacy and examine it.
Cream puffs, chocolate eclairs, lady
fingers, sponge drops, macaroon3,
wafers and and kisses, today only.
Carter's Bakery. It

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J.

D. McCaskill

Contractor
Phone 446. 728 Weaona

TAKE care of yourself, your
Ileal til. Cone fort ami grxxi
complexion. La Vida im improves
proves improves 8k in, scalp and hair, rests
tired nerves; relieve muscle sore soreness,
ness, soreness, insomnia, headarhrs; rheu rheumatism,
matism, rheumatism, tones up the wltole bud jr.
La Vida mean Life?9

A sturdy, compact Tibra tor. yet
lirht and easy to use. tit any
light socket. No parts to oil. it
can never wear out.
Comes complete, nently boxed,
with, three appiicatunt for fate,
scalp and body. Remember. La.
Vida Is more than a face n;tiaic
ibraton it is for heavy bodjf
treatment as well.
Every home needs La Vida. U
it every day for your Health.
Beauty Comfort.

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The rummage sale conducted by the
members of Greenwood Cemetery As Association
sociation Association opened this morning in the
Robertson building at the corner of
Main street and Oklawaha. avenue. If
there is any article of any description
that you are tired of or have a dis dislike
like dislike for, bring it to this place, where
it will be gladly received and put to

Buy Your
WESTERN MEAST
of all kinds

FLORIDA BFEF, PORK,
II POULTRY, ETC.,
j from
S3

ii New York Market

W. Broadway
Phone 110

I

14

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ELECTRICAL SERVICE.
9-t OCALA MOTOR CO.



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