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The Ocala evening star
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Ocala Evening Star
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OCALA

EVEN

NO

STAR

WEATHE2 F02ECAST
Fair tonight and Tues Tuesday;
day; Tuesday; not much change in
in temperature.
TEMPERATURE
This morning, 49.,
This afternoon, 74.
VOL. 21
OCALA, FLORIDA, MONDAY, FEBRUARY 28." 1921
NO. 49

CEIlTilAL OF BED YORK HI
SMASH ES MIC1IIEAH EEltTflAL
Awful Results of a Collision at Porter
City; Indiana

Porter, Ind., Feb. 28. Relief crews
early today had taken 33 bodies and
scores of injured from the wreckage
of the Michigan Central and New
York Central passenger trains which
crashed together last night at the
crossing here, and at least six other
bodies entangled in the wreckage were
visible. .;
The forward coaches of the New
York Central train laid upon two
splintered coaches of the Michigan
Central, through which it had plowed
while going at 50 miles an hour. Most
of the injured and identified dead are
from northern Indiana and southern
Michigan. .
A statement by the fowerman on
duty declared the block two miles
away was set against the Michigan
Central, while the track was left clear
for the New York Central. The Michi Michigan
gan Michigan train struck the derailer at the
crossing and came to a stop with the
engine and several cars off the rails
and day coaches acress the New York
Central track. A moment later the
New York Central train plunged thru.
The engineer and fireman of the
New York 'train were killed. .All the
other killed and injured were on the
Michigan Central train.
FORTY-TWO DEAD
The death list of the wreck was fix
ed by the coroner today at forty-two.
The morgue at Chesterton contained
thirty-six bodies, some only fragmen fragmentary,
tary, fragmentary, four are still under the wreck wreckage
age wreckage and two at a hospital in Michigan
City, Only fourteen have been posi positively
tively positively identified. The unidentified are
one dead woman at the Michigan City
Hospital, four bodies under the wreck wreckage
age wreckage and three bodies at the Chester Chesterton
ton Chesterton morgue.
A MODEL POULTRY
FARM NEAR THE CITY
J. D. McCasUll Will Have a Modern
Establishment on the Dun Dun-nelkm
nelkm Dun-nelkm Road'
The "Triangle Poultry Farm'
" Marion county's latest enterprise
is
J.
D. McCaskill of Ocala, has purchased
sixteen acres of land at the fork of the
Dunnellon and Shady roads, about a
mile beyond the city, where he will
have a model poultry establishment.
Mr. McCaskill expects to have at least
3000 chickens on the farm, all of them
pure blooded White Leghorns and
Rhode Island Reds eligible for regis registration.
tration. registration. The farm will specialize in
eggs, and Mr. McCaskill expects to
ship several thousand a day to various
parts of the state. The work of, fenc-i
ing and cross-fencing the place is un under
der under way and the foundation for a
modern eight-room bungalow has been
laid. Other buildings will include a
small grocery and feed store, a gar garage,
age, garage, incubator house and a feed house.
All of the buildings will have electric
lights.
There will be sixteen chicken runs
of a little less than a half -acre each;
two brooding runs of an eighth of an
acre each; a fruit orchard of one and
a half acres; a vegetable garden of
three-quarters of Tn acre, and a field
of six and a quarter acres in the rear
of the pace for the purpose of raising
feedstuff. The fmn gets, its name
from the fact that the property is tri triangular
angular triangular in shape. The fruit orchard
- will be near the bungalow and will in include
clude include citrus trees, figs, peaches, Jap
anese persimmons, and six arbors of
scuppernong grapes. Palms and flow flowers,
ers, flowers, especially roses, will be planted
about the bungalow.
BAD ON THE R. R. BOYS
Employes of A. D. & A. Will Have to
Take a Reduction in Wages
(Associated Press)
Atlanta, Feb. 28. Federal Judge
Sibley today signed an order reducing
the wages of employes of the Atlanta,
Birmingham Atlantic railroad, ef effective
fective effective March 1 1st. i
Get your candy at the old price of
one dollar, per pound at Gerig's Drug
Store. Nunnally's and Laggett's. tf
Nunnally's and Liggett's Candies
. educed to ONE DOLLAR the pound.
at Gerig's Drug Store. tf

HAL FIRED AI
SIMS IS DEAD

Yeggtnen Who Escaped from Ocala
Jail Saturday Morning Met With
, Bad Lock near Campville
Sunday Afternoon
Unless he is better off as a free
ghost, with some or all or none of the
terrors theology threatens, than a live
man in a rather comfortable prison,
A. C. Sims had better have remained
in a Marion jail. He was ..fatally
wounded by George Dyal of Campville,
near Campville, in Alachua county,
late yesterday. His two companions
who were with him escaped, but one
carried shot from Dyal's gun and left
a trail of blood behind.
George Dyal of Campville was driv
ing around in his Ford roadster late
Sunday afternoon when he saw three
white men walking along the Sea
board, track. They answered one of
the descriptions that Sheriff Thomas
has scattered broadcast since the es
cape of, Sims, Lovell and Holton from
the Marion county jail, Saturday
morning, and Dyal decided to hold
them up. He was unarmed, but stop
ped at a neighbor's house and procur
ed a double-barreled shotgun; also the
company of a young man, who offered
to go with him. They they took the
speed-limit off the Ford, and soon
caught up with the three men. Dyal
jumped out and held the men up, be
ing better satisfied when he saw them
closely that he had found the right
parties. ..
Dyal told the men that they must
go to Gainesville, and if they proved
that they were all right they would be
set free. This seemed to suit them.
The young man in Dyal's roadster left
the jjarty at Dyal's request, to find a
bigger car to take the men to Gaines
ville.
, The three men walked quietly along
for a short distance, Dyal close behind
them. Coming near a patch of scrub,
the men made a sudden dash for it.
Sims was in the lead, and Dyal pulled
down on him, hoping by shooting, him
to stoD the other two. Sims fell, but
the others kept on. Dyal fired again
Sand another fugitive staggered, but
didn't stop, and by the time the gun
was reloaded both were out of range.
Sims did not live long after being
shot. It is likely the other two win
soon be captured.
It was supposed the fugitives had
help when they escaped, but their ap
pearance within forty miles of Ocala
two days after they broke out of jail
shows they were unaided. It is prob probable
able probable that all Saturday and Sunday
they slipped stealthily thru the woods,
perhaps buying food at isolated places
where there were no phones. As soon
as they thought they were at a safe
distance from Ocala, they stepped out
on the railroad, where they were sure
to be seen and overhauled.
A negro, or a white man accustomed
to the country, would have had a
chance to escape, but these men from
the north were like fish out of water.
Sims stole a number of overcoats
here a few weeks ago, and was bound
over to the circuit court. It is believed
he was really a cracksman, and his
object in entering houses was more to
familiarize himself with them than to
steal the coats, as he was looking for
a place to pulL off a bigger job.
Sheriff Thomas is in Alachua, aid
ing in the pursuit. A phone message
from the Gainesville Sun at 3:20 p.
m. said no more had been heard of the
fugitives.
TWENTY-SIX TO NAUGHT
That was the score by which the
Gainesville girls basket ball team de
feated the Jacksonville "Tigermes"
Saturday night. As the Gainesville
girls all have nummerous friends in
this city, Ocala is almost as glad as
their home town for their vicotry.
"They're healthful and delicious
those cinnamon rolls at the Federal
Bakery. 28-$t

Oil THE IM TO

III
Harding, Learing St. Augustine, on j
the Last Lap but One of the Jour- j
ney to the White House I
(Associated Presa)
On Board Harding's Special, Feb.
28 With preparations for launching
the, new administration about com complete,
plete, complete, Mr. Harding is en route to Mar Marion
ion Marion today to receive a formal farewell
from his home town before entering
the White House. He will arrive in
Cincinnati tonight and, Marion tomor tomorrow
row tomorrow morning. Mr. Harding will leave
Marion for Washington late Wednes
day.
GOOD FOR GREECE
Stands Up for Her Rights in Thrace
and Smyrna
(Associated Press)
London, Feb. 28. Greece has re
fused to accept the proposal that an
investigation of conditions be made in
Thrace and. Smyrna preparatory to
a'tering the Sevres treaty.
AN ENJOYABLE PARTY
Social occasions of all descriptions
have taken place quite often this win winter,
ter, winter, not only at the club house at
Eastlake, but all around this beautiful
body of water--Lake Weir, which is
certainly gaining in popularity and
fast settling up with prominent people
from all over the United States; and
the many affairs that have taken
place there this season have been
most pleasant not only for the regu
lar year-round residents, but for the
many .visitors who are at the lake for
the winter. Of all these well planned
entertainments none will take prece precedence
dence precedence over the party Saturday evening
at th residence of Mr. and Mrs. Wal Walter
ter Walter Lee and Mr. and Mrs. Howard Lee,
which place is known as the old hotel
at Eastlake, formerly owned by. "TUr.
Snow, but now two attractive apart
ments, and when the rooms on the
lower floor are opened en suite a most
ideal place it is for any kind of social
function.
' Shortly after eight o'clock the
guests began arriving in all manner
of fashions, some walking, while
others came by buggy and automobile,
and some by motor boat. It was only
a short time before everybody was
engaged in some sort of congenial
game and, enjoying themselves to the
utmost, which was due to the clever
and original way the host and hos
tess entertained their guests.
First the bean game was indulged
in, which is a wonderfully good way
of creating a friendly and congenial
spirit in a crowd. Each guest was
given a bag with a certain number of
beans and every time one was caught
to answer with "yes" or "no," they
had to pay with a bean and the one se
curing the greatest number of beans
during the evening won the prize, a
beautiful bouquet of imitation roses
This fell to Mrs. Lucifer.
"'There were many other games, but
one of the most exciting was that when
the centlemen were requested to
'dress dolls in a specified time, and an another,
other, another, the marshmalolw race for .la
dies. On a table -were a number of
marshmallows tied to long threads and
the contestants were required to get
to the marshmallow by eating the
string. Mrs. E. W. Lee of Mount
Vernon, mother of the hosts, won out
in this game. There were other games
played which kept things jolly every
minute of the entertainment.
During the serving of refreshments,
consisting of ice cream and cake, Miss
Blanche Belisle sang several numbers.
Miss Belisle has a splendid voice, one
of the best trained voices that has
been heard m this section.
The following were those present at
this much enjoyed party: Mr. and Mrs.
E. W. Lee and Mrs. Kate Taylor of
Mount Vernon, N. Y.; Mr. and Mrs.
Henry Tamblyn. Pennsylvania; Mr.
and Mrs. Belisle and daughter, Miss
Blanche Belisle. of Massachusetts; Dr.
and Mrs. Lucier, Massachusetts; Dr.
and Mrs. Zora Lusk, New York; Mr.
and Mrs. E. McCuen. Mrs. P. Methvin
and 'Mrs. Stead, Atlanta; Miss Sarah
Rogers, Eastlake; Mrs. Marrinan and
Miss Dorothy Klock, Canada; Mrs.
Smart and Miss Marjorie Smart, De Detroit;
troit; Detroit; Mrs. Miller, New York, and
Miss Alice Bullcck, Ocala.
"It is hard for me to choose, they
are all so pretty,' remarked a lady
who was buying a HAT from
FISHEL'S. 2$-2t

I

Slllll FEW SHOT
Of S01DIE0S

Execution this Morning of Men Who
Were Charged with Levying War
Against British Empire
(Associated Press)
Cork, Feb. 28. Despite an appeal
for. clemency made by the Cork cor corporation,
poration, corporation, the six Irishmen in jail here
whose death was fixed for today, on
charges of levying war against the
crown forces, were duly executed by
the military forces this morning. The
men were shot in batches of two at
15-minute intervals. '
GOVERN M ENT IS FIRM
London, Feb. 28. The British gov government
ernment government does not intend to alter its
present policy for maintaining order
in Ireland, Premier Lloyd George told
the house of commons today.
Don't Forget The Date
Meeting of the Ocala Baseball Fans
at Board of Trade Hill
Thursday Evening
There will be a baseball meeting at
the Board of Trade hall Thursday
night at 7:30 o'clock. Everyone is in
vited to attend. This meeting'will de
cide whether Ocala will, have a ball
team this summer or not, and if you
don't see a good team this summer,
blame yourself for not attending this
meeting, as a few men can not make
and run a good team. Bear this in
mind and attend the meeting so we
can have a good ball team. .7
WHAT HE WEATHER MAY
BE IN WASHINGTON
(Associated Press)
Washington, Feb. 28. Viewing the
weather probabilities, of inauguration
day in the light of the law of averages
the odds probably would be laid as fol
lows:
Fair and balmy, 12 to 1; mild but
overcast, 3 to 1; cold and damp, even;
very cold and very damp, 4 to 5; snowj
had, etc., 3 to 1; blizzard, 18 to 1."
The cold mathematics of historical
record would indicate such odds to be
fair. It is an even bet that Mr. Hard-
ing will need a heavy overcoat when
he rides to the capitol and three
chances out of five that some one
should be nearby with an umbrella
and overshoes. It seems to be safe
at twelve to one that Mr. Harding
will not experience the perfect spring
day which greeted Mr. Wilson on the
occasion of bis first inaugural.
On three occasions Washington has
given the inauguration crowds a
weather welcome in which warmth
was conspicuously absent. President
Grant's second ceremony was "bitter
cold," the chronicles of that day Re Recorded,
corded, Recorded, the wind being of the "keen,
fierce" kind.
"Young cadets parading without
overcoats were removed insensible
from the lines," says one account
which describes the quadrinial ball as
"a most dismal affair" at which the
"various champagnes were found
frozen."
Mr. Harrison met with a "bleak and
bitter cold day with a raw wind blow blowing,"
ing," blowing," but the historian) neglect to
mention the conditions of the liquids.
The climatic climax, however, came
with the inauguration of Mr. Taft
when a blizzard howled out of the
north, crippling telegraph wires, stall
ing trains and utterly spoiling an
elaborate program. Thousands of
spectators waited in the railway cars
in cold drifts miles from Washington,
while Mr. Taft was being sworn in the
Senate chamber, the first indoor cere
mony in seventy-five years, if the his
torian wilL ignore the bore or less in
formal inauguration of Tyler, Filmore,
Johnson, Arthur and Roosevelt for un
expired terms.
The fierce nature of Washington's
weather gods has led to many move movements
ments movements to change the inaugural dates
the proponents of a later date being
about equal to those who believe that
the induction of the new president and
Congress should follow more closely
the "verdict of the polls." Tradition,
only, is responsible for the .mainte .maintenance
nance .maintenance of March 4 as the time for the
ceremony, it is said, a careful search
of legislative records failing to reveal
the specific naming of that day.
Two theories are prevalent as to the
manner in which the present date was
selected. One is that the revolution revolutionary
ary revolutionary fathers, after an exhaustive com computation,
putation, computation, became convinced that
March 4 would not fall on Sunday In

Dlill

E FOR $10,000

L1ARI0II C0UI1TY BOARD OF TRADE
GETS ODDER HAY AGAIN TUESDAY

Total Subscribed Now Around the Six

Thousand
The Board of Trade's drive for $10, $10,-000
000 $10,-000 will get under way again tomor tomorrow.
row. tomorrow. The total amount raised thus
far is now hovering around the $6000
mark. This mark will no doubt we
passed before tomorrow.
Tomorrow the committees will work
out through the county again. Every
item of the proposed budget of the
Board of Trade directly benefits the
county as a whole, and ten out of six six-ten
ten six-ten items of the tentative program of
work affect the county as a whole.
The items .of the tentative program
affecting the county as a whole are
as follows:
New illustrated booklet of the city
and county, most of it devoted to the
county.'
"Marion County Floridian." quar
terly issues, giving publicity to the
current developments throughout the
county
Band concerts. i , :
Industrial survey of Ocala and Mar Marion
ion Marion county, listing the businesses, in industries
dustries industries and resources of the county.
A program of advertising in na national
tional national publications, covering a three three-year
year three-year period, to be handled by a repu reputable
table reputable advertising agency. ...
Conventions, including that of the
State Farmers'" Union.
Fourthof July and Armistice Day
celebratioma.
Billboards on Dixie Highway at the
north and south limits of city, adver
tising city and county. 4
Promotion of fruit planting on all
farms.: ...
$750 for the Dixie Highway Asso
ciation, to help with the maintenance
of that organization.
The proposed budget, every item of
which benefits the county as a whole,
is as follows:
Overhead expenses, includ including
ing including salaries of secretary
.and stenographer $ 4,400.00
Booklets, photographs and
postage 1,250.00
Marion County Florid ian. 600.00
Advertising ($1000 a year
for three years) . 1,000.00
Conventions 1 ,000.00
Fourth of July and Armis
tice Day celebrations .... 500.00
Posting of roads and bill-
boards.. 800.00
Band concerts 450.00
Dixie Highway Association 750.00
Total . 10,750.00
The $10,000 sought is to cover a
year's work, with a view to doing
away with numerous drives during
the year. .
CONEY'S RETURN ACROSS
. THE CONTINENT
Hooping Off Place Win be Jackson:
. ville or Brunswick
(Associated .Press)
Jacksonville, Feb. 28 Lieut. Coney
today announced he would start his
return flight to the Pacific coast March
7th, making one stop only, at Dallas.
He will start either from Jacksonville
or Brunswick, Ga.
any leap year.. Somebody evidently
erroneously evaluated their "x" quan quantity,
tity, quantity, in that case, for March 4 has
come on Sunday three times since
Washington's inaugural in New Ycrk.
. The second theory is based- on the
minutes of the -first constitutional
convention where the delegates (un (under
der (under date of Sept. 13, 1788) "die re resolve
solve resolve unanimously that the
first Wednesday in January be the day
for appointing electors in the several
states; that the first Wednesday in
February be the day for the electors
to assemble in their respective states
and vote for presid-nt, and that the
first Wednesday in March, nejrt. be the
time and the present scat of Congress
the place for commencing prceeedi-ig
uadr said constitution."
"She first Wednesday in March,
neri." happened to be the 4th, accord according
ing according to those holding with the second
idea, and March 4, thenceforth, weath weather
er weather notwithstanding, has been th cay
for "wmtmencing proceedings."

FOR THE

Dollar Mark
AVAL COURT I'll
1IITT0KII7
Why the Destroyer Woolsey was Sunk
in Collision Off Panama Sat Saturday
urday Saturday Night
Associated press)
Washington, Feb. 28. A naval
court of inquiry into the sinking of,
the destroyer Woolsey by the steel
steamer Inventor, off Panama Satur Saturday,
day, Saturday, has been ordered by Admiral
Rodman, commander-in-chief of the
Pacific fleet. Navy department dis-
patches said the court would investi
gate every phase of the collision that
resulted in the loss of the destroyer.
the death of one enlisted man and the
injury of several others. About fif
teen members of the destroyer's crew
are 6till reported missing.
" CLARK'S CONDITION
Representative Champ Clark's con
dition was described today as more
favorable. He passed a good night
and is resting easily.
REPUBLICAN CAUCUS
The full republican membership of
the next House has been called to
meet in caucus tonight to organize
the majority forces.
THEY LIKE TOM MARSHALL.
A large silver loving cup, a gold
eyeglass case and a box of cigars were
given Vice President Marshall today
by the Senate as a going away gift.
KENTUCKY KNOCKED OUT,
Kentucky laws, levying a special
tax on liquors withdrawn from bonded
warehouses were held invalid today
by the supreme court.
SOLDIERS STOPPED
IN OCALA SUNDAY
Capt. M. W. Clarke, 49th Infantry,
from Camp Dix. N. J., with a squad
of soldiers stopped in the city Sunday,
going, on to St. Petersburg this after-
noon. Vsaputin vuti -c i wuiwwm,
veteran and a fine-looking young sol soldier.
dier. soldier. He is taking his squad around
the country in educational work, fol
lowing the Ratcliff Chautauqua. His
tour will last forty weeks, and he has
been in Florida a month. The men with
him, like nearly all American soldiers,
are a fine-looking party of young sol soldiers.
diers. soldiers. PURCHASED A FINE PLACE
Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Dale and
daughter. Miss Isabelle Dale of New
York, who have been visitors in the
city for the past two weeks, register registered
ed registered at the Colonial, have purchased the
Whitman place at Eastlake, and ex expect
pect expect to spend their winters there. Mr.
Dale will make extensive improve improvements
ments improvements on his place and when complet completed
ed completed it will be quite a handsome &A
comfortable home.
Marion county is proud to claim the
Dales as winter residents and it is
hoped they will like their new home
and environment so well that they
will make their home with us the year
around. Mr. Dale is owner of the
Greensbo rough brass and iron foun foundry
dry foundry one of the largest foundry? of this
sort in the country. The sale oi this
property was consummated by the
Eastlake Investment Co, and fouow fouow-mj
mj fouow-mj are some of the sales made by this
company: iir. ana airs, tienry iunv
b!yn of Pennsylvania, parchared the
DeLane property, one of the very
nicest dwelling properties at East-
lake. This couple will spend most of
each year at the lake. Mr. N. H. De-
Lane bought one of the Newport cot cottages,
tages, cottages, which he will improve imme
diately and occupy as his home. Many
other transactions are prophesied to
take place at an early date and indeed
it seems as though Eastlake is on one
of the biggest booms for some years.
Star ads. bring in shefeel.



JOCALA EVENING STAR, MONDAY, FEBRUARY 28. 1921

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Little coughs often lead to large
coffins.

The race is not to the swift but to
the healthy. Keep fit.

Buenos Aires has nearly 9000 chil children
dren children under 16 employed at an average
wage of 46 cents a day.

mm T i i t .1 1 J

II tne united estates nas uisaimeu
the people of Panama, then it is the

duty of the United States to protect
Panama.

- ,We are not sure, but it looks to us
like the principal reason why Charlie
Jones runs a paper is to quarrel at the
Times-Union.

This week, Woodrow Wilson goes
out of office and a republican succeeds.
Do you democrats who went back on

so very cheerful about it ?
We took a position against the no no-fence
fence no-fence law in the last. campaign, and
now some of our fellow journalists
expect us to work. the other way. Gee!
VUa aro nr litrhtnind- chance artist.

The following from the St. Peters Petersburg
burg Petersburg Times will strike a responsive
chord in the souls" of the faithful few
who try to keep the Marion County
Board of Trade together: .

"When the "county chamber of com commerce
merce commerce meeting, was called at the city
hall Saturday, afternoon, ,only 28 per persons
sons persons were in attendance, and a. card
party was in progress where the, ses session
sion session was to have been held. So Sen Senator
ator Senator John S. Taylor refused to talk,
saying his message was too impor important.
tant. important. The meeting twas in charge of
the men interested in road matters.
It was called ofl."

There is a swift bunch at Sanford,
and Bob Holly of the Herald must
have been right among them. He says:
"Clara Haines, of Oklahoma, who
recently shot and killed Jake Hamon,
will tell her life story on March 2nd,
when she goes on trial for life. -It
should never be told. The jury ought
to have their, verdict all ready now.
More of these scoundrels in the world

now than there should be and when a

woman bumps one of them off she
should not only go free but ought to

have a pension for life."

(Life)
They tell us that in this great coun country
try country public cpinion rules.
And what makes public opinion?
Facts.
Do you know the facts about our
disabled soldiers?
: Do you know that of the twenty
thousand ex-service men now getting
hospital care from the. government
nearly half are in county almshouses,
state insane asylums, jails, contract

hospitals where the government pays
three dollars a day for a bed and the
management makes a profit of a dol dollar
lar dollar or two on every patient every day,
in ramshackle, unsanitary and impov impoverished
erished impoverished buildings totaily unfit for the
purpose?
-Do you know that the number of
broken war veterans in need of hos hospital
pital hospital treatment is increasing nearly
two thousand every month and that
tlie situation is getting desperate?
Dp you know that in the last two
years Congress hasn't made anything
like adequate provision for the build building
ing building of hospitals for these disabled?
Do you know that this condition is

causing suffering and misery ar.t'
dsth?

Do your senator and congressman

know ;t?

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Iliiy MMof Commpaiey 1

ONE OF, FXORIDA'SiBEST GARAGES

Expert Repairs Tires Gas and Oil
Accessories Storage
Main Street. Opposite Foundry - OCA La, FLORIDA

...

(5

The postoffice grounds are being
made attractive with the planting of
wild date palms in the center of the
grass plots. Col. R. F. Rogers very
kindly gave permission for the plant planting
ing planting of the palms and agreed to plant
and take care of them, and a group
of public spirited citizens provided
the palms. The wild date is one of
the handsomest of palms and a mag magnificent
nificent magnificent specimen may be seen at the
corner of Fort King avenue and Pine
street. :..

DOESN'T WANT. .
ANY INTERFERENCE

An Old Reliable Tonic
Alton Park, Term. M Dr. Pierce's
Golden Medical Discovery cannot ba

excelled as a tonic
and blood purifier.
I have taken it as
a tonic and to
purify the blood
and it was excel excellent.
lent. excellent. I also found
It good for stomach
trouble. And Dr.
Pierce's Pleasant
Pellets are a fine
system regulator.
I found them espe especially
cially especially good for con

stipation and bilious attacks and they
also toue up the liver and lrive impur impurities
ities impurities from the system In a very mild
way.- J. s. HUGHES, 114 Uoprrs,
Street.
You an procure atrial package of tlie
'Discovery Tablets" by senUintr 10 cents

J to the Invalids' Hotel, Buffalo. N. Y.

& : &
I j & 1 STAR JOB DEPARTMENT fa j J
j I PHONE 51 t p. Q B0X:CC6 j &

....

LETTERHEADS, BILLHEADS. CARDS, CIKCt LARS, HOLDERS, EI!E BOOKLETS, ETC
& ft ?r ft iz
We never disappoint a customer on a promise.
You get the job' when its due.

The coming generation had better
be taught to talk on its fingers. Else
the wireless telephones will get its
goat. How will people dare to talk
when anybody, in five miles may be
listening in?
Red Pepper of the Times-Union
seems peeved with somebody in South
Florida and liberally scatters his con condiment
diment condiment in that direction. We would
riot have Red mad with us for a new
two-dollar bill,

."All -we like sheep." The United

States Public Health Service has Just
bought 2500 sheepskin coats for the
tuberculosis patients in its hospitals

so that they may be able to sit out in

the air and sun. It's the fresh air

that -counts.

- The lower house of the South Caro Carolina
lina Carolina legislature has passed a bill to
prevent the) showing of pictures of
white women in negro moving picture
theaters. Now for black "stars."
Tampa Tribune.
A foolish law, and one we don't
think will stand in the courts.

The perambulating dental clinics of
the U. S. Public Health Service have

proved that poor health makes poor
chewing; and that poor chewing
makes undernourishment and poor
health. Particularly it urges that the
Isix-year molars" of children should

be watched. These are not the last of
the first teeth, but the first of the
las,t; and once gone they can never be

replaced.

; This is the diphtheria season. Re

cords of the U. S. Public Health Serv

. ice show that 16 states reported over
5000 cases in October and more in
November. Don't worry about the

"flu" this spring; it is unlikely to re

turn. Worry about diphtheria; worry
enough, anyway, to have your doctor

determine by a simple test whether
you are your children are immune. If
they are not, protect them by the new

method of immunization.

Ocala, Feb. 26.
Editor Star: I notice in the Star

that there are some negroes ffom the
north here trying to stir up feeling
among the people of Ocala and Marion

county about .the lynching of Elijah

Jones two weeks ago.

I want to say that if anything of

that nature is being done the colored

people of this city know nothing about
it. I am a citizen of Ocala and have
been here for fifteen years, know the
best colored people and can voice their

feeling when I say that they feel the
men who lynched Elijah Jones got the

right man. From Thursday until Sat

urday night of the week the crime

occurred, the colored people and white
people, too, were, uneasy and afraid

to walk the streets and roads-on ac

count of that man.

I can truthfully say that the white
people and colored people of this state
are more united today than any set
of people in the United States. The

colored people of Ocala are trying to

make an hqnest living, attend their
church and lodge services and pay

their obligations, and have a little
amusement among themselves. I am

a Florida born man: 1 was born at

Tallahassee and do not care who

knows it. I have nothing but southern

blood in my veins and am proud of it.

would go as far to protect a white

man and his family as I would a col

ored man and the white men of this
city stand by the colored men when

they are unjustly accused.

Every word that the Star says about

the white and colored people is true.

If there are any bad colored people
here there are enough 'good colored
citizens to take care of them, and if
we find a bad egg among us, we cast

it out. In all things we have some
bad, but let the good take care of the
bad, for God intended for it to work
that way in creation when he made

man; for he intended that the intelli intelligent
gent intelligent should rule. That is. the convic conviction
tion conviction of my heart, and I am for Ocala
and Marion county and Ocala and

Marion county people.

Respectfully, Rev. P. Johnson.
211 S. Second St J Ocala, Fla.

MUCH TRAVELED

MTaTaaaaSlaZiaa'a

A group of tourists were looking

over the inferno of Vesuvius in full

eruption.

"Ain't this just like hell?" ejacu

lated a Yank.

"Ah, zese Americans," exclaimed a

Frenchman, "where have zey not

been?" American Legion Weekly.

Little girl (leaving lecture on child

UPbor, to which her mother has taken
her to make her realize how fortunate

she is) : "That means it will be against

the law for me to wipe dishes, doesn't

it, mother?" Life.

Young Smithers told me he was
wedded to his art and asked me wheth whether
er whether he had better go to Paris or Rome."
"What did you say?"
"Advised him to go to Reno." Bos Boston
ton Boston Transcript.
- H, .ii
ANOTHER ADVANTAGE

The Wireless Signal -of
Distress
If you are in Distress
don't (ail to signal us
We are always on
the Job
BLALOCK BROS.
VULCANIZING
Ocala I louse Block
PHONE 78

S3

They say a woman cannot keep a
secret.
"That's why I believe in having
women in politics. I'm in favor of
pililess publicity." Washington Star.
KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS

Ocala Lodge No. 19. Conventions
held every Monday evening at 7:30

o'clock at the casUe hall,, over the G.

C Greene Co. drugstore. A cordial

velcome to visiting brothers.
Tom Proctor, C C.
Chas. K. Sage, K. of R. & S
WOODMEN OF THE WORLD

- Yin j a

'.c wcere ueucsie organ
tS like the eye is concerned
iT!'Jfc'" the best nossible atten-

a-See tion is advisable.
JV Consult
DR. K. J. WEIHE,
Optometrist and Optician
Eyesight Specialist

i -. J aw

wig

'if WJfcX7,

s Fort King Camp No. 14 meets at

K. of P. hall at 7:30 p. m. every sec second
ond second and fourth Friday. Visiting sov sovereigns
ereigns sovereigns are always welcome.
H. B. Baxter, C. C.

Chas. K. Sage, Clerk.
If you want plow stocks, plows,
pocket knives, traces, single trees,
other hardware and crockery cheap,
go to the Ocala Seed Store. We are

selling out. 2-12-tfj

MODI

iBrsriijur.

do mi 1 carry

it. ai moocy SJ

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OUR PRICE LIST
Meal and Grits T 7 lbs.. 23c.; 15 lbs, 50c.
Whole Rice io lbs, $1.00
Blue Rose Rice ...........3 lbs, 25c, 6j lbs, 50c, 15 lbs, $1.00
No. 2 Tomatoes .' .2 for 25c, 3 for' 33c, 6 for 63c
Lard Compound per pound. 15c
Pure Lard (bulk) 1 lb, 25c, 2 lbs, 45c, 5 lbs, $1.00
Argo Starch, Octagon Soap, P. & G. Soap. .3 for 23c, 1 dozen for 95c
Irish Potatoes . per peck. 50c
Sugar Cane Syrup.-drawn from barrel, qt, 30c, Gal, 6c, 1 Gal, $1
Sealed Sugar Cane Syrup. . . qt. cans 40c, 2 cans for 75c
Navy Beans '. ? 3 lbs. for 23c.
Lima Beans .2 lbs. for 25c
Fresh Eggs, all guaranteed, at market pricesv.
Henry Clay and Apex Flour, the best plain and Self Rising Flour
made.
xKlim in 1-lb, 2,2-lb. and 5-lb packages.
Armour's Fertilizer and all kinds of feed.

We do not undercharge on one item and ercharge on another,
but make each thing carry its own profit. Can it ba fair any other
way? Our delivery service is for you to fc.se; it dc-M not cot you
any more if you order amounts to $1.00 or more.

FARMERS' EXCHANGE STORE

Merchants Block

Phone 163

Tire Prices Seduced 1

$17.00
$15.00

' lortat dotKiaa) aadl will Ma.4

ooafar trUL PoaUaa ptipaia.
TitMo nrcrSMc-rAsmojf usintia
Vw. M. Z3Irrknm IU Tarft

I:

DIAMOND Non-Skid, 30x3.
old price $20 00, noyv------
DIAMOND Plain. 30x3.
old price $17.60, now

6,000 Mile Guarantee,
FEDERAL, FISK AND DIAMOND TUBES
NEW PRICES Overhauling Ford motor $16.
Overhauling Ford rear end. $5 for time.
Grinding Ford valves. $3.
DIXIE GARAGE
JAS. ENGESSER. Proprietor
Phone 25S West Broadway

TVf fail r T-?c-;f tk, npimntMl A m. n t rtn ft Vipnin c tnnir tbpre J

aw&a w list t w h i.- ( w..

j Clothing & Shoe Company. Every-j nothing better than Nux and Iron
) huig we sell is guaranteed! We're i Tonic Tablets, $1 per bottle of 100

Star ads. bring in shekels.

.ghting for QUALITY not prices, tf

Did you know you could get a pair;

of all-wool blue serge TROUSERS at

..v r";- rtn.. CfAM

s ntted or money back. tf

A new lot of Powder Puffs just in

FISHEL'S for $5-35'

26-2tiat Ceng's Drug Store.

Raising the Family-

un yesl Ta did all inn wrK

Gom& to r rwe

vet op nAT rewE

There is a Miami boy who needs a

cirl friend of the risht sort. A few

7
months ago he was attending to busi

ness, saving his money, building up a
reputation that would have been

worth millions to him. He met a silly

girl who lets him spend his money on
her. v Instead of putting a part of his
wages in the savings bank, he spends
it all showing that girl a "good time.?
be even borrows a little money occas occasionally
ionally occasionally when there is a special splurge

1 1 1

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OCA LA EVENING STAR, MONDAY, FEBRUARY 28, 1S21

REPORT OF THE SCHOOL FCXDS, MARI03C COPSTT," PERIOD ETTDIXG
JCXE 3WH, 1939
The following Teport of tlie receipts aa4 disbursement of the School
Funds of MARION COUNT X for the period ending: June JGth. 1920. with the
balances and amount of warrants outstanding. And a statement of the Assets
and Liabilities, and the Value of School Property, of said Marion county as re reported
ported reported on the 30th day of June 1920. by the County Board of Public Instruction
and the Superintendent of Public Instruction, is hereby published under the
provisions of Chapter 813, Laws of Florida, Acts of 1915.
ERNEST AMOS. Comptroller.

RECAPITULATION OF REPORT OF SPECIAL TAX SCHOOL DIS DISTRICT
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272.74
478.31
427,18
133.86
' V".72
140.24
470.30
899.71
124.31
130.42
216.66
11.97
967.72
164.70
268.72
152.77
678.55
61.80
239.35
199.69
V46. 8 7
80.19
90.10
291.67
31.17
43.17.
81.55
423.88
.60.26
795.33
39.88
272.87
Vl'67

139.54
121.27

TOTALS

1$ 9,020.52

$.: ...

132.92

73.49

49.51

21.49

51.11
19.97

348.49

8
I

64.35

72.32

8.80

1.44

1.50
2566

14.00
15.00

64.00

20.00

20.00
" 25.66

253.01

35.00
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4.912.48
536.80
551.96
91.31
1,395.54
349.34
191.74
. 72.87
682.70
633.88
254.26
467.15
326.44
346.98
816.22
122.76

211.18

241.71
167.47

205.40
218.06
188.63
230.59
38.65
104.00
262.99
" 47.29
95.81

123.17

198.62

427.00

148.25

. 168.23
215.81

404.60
472.88
224.69
167.15
259.78
98.11
149.07

5,235.00
557.50
400.00
60.09
1.333.60
390.00
207.50
"V3066
455.00
200.00
150.00
240.00
130.00
405.00
50.00

210.00

A PLEASING SURPRISE

90.00
120.00
30.00
120.00
20.00
45.00
60.00
18L75
40.00
123.75
200.00
60.00
75.00
190.00
.280.00
500.00
40.00
50.00
90.00
60.00

695

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12,566.00

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54,69
127.95

51.26
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16.72

74.49

25.44

226.62
40.95
8.55
59.23

31.95

9.66
13.09

375.49
68.02
10.90
17.16

42.30

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. 35.92

10.59

74.35

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65.94
528.93

852.88

185.96

158.08
481.12

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47.81
299.7C
: 289.46
682.82
2.65
313.80
-289.20
11.91
512.51
91.18
136.01
378.05
10.44
109.33
127.56
468.15
174.08
847.66
97.52
226.33
40.53
12008
26.46
121.39
164.82
96.66

I 10.311.58

RECAPITULATION OF REPORT OF SPECIAL TJAX SCHOOL DIS DIS-TRICT
TRICT DIS-TRICT FUNDS, MARION COUNTY, FLORIDA, JUNE 30TH, 1920

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Dist. No. 1.. 22,981.39 $ 85,000.00 I 7.143.89 $ 959.03 3 60.000.00 9 4.166.25
DIst. No 2.. 8,113.82 12,000.00 .1.322.67 . 12.000.00 9.436.49
Dist. No. 3.. 2,921.30 10,500.00 1.090.90 262.50 10.500.00 3.749.70
TOTALS $ 34.016.51 8107.500.00 9 9,557.46 8, 1.221.53 $ 82.500.00 f 17.352.44

GENERAL SCHOOL FITXD
.
Depository balance Jan. 1st. 1920
Outstanding: warrants Jan. 1st, 1920
Net deficit .....i... y
Reeelpt for Six Moatbat ........
From: Tax collector, taxes ... 33,248.21
Tax collector, polls 2,812.00
County Judge, hunting: licenses 1,101.00
Comptroller, redemptions 1.138.36
Comptroller, Com. school fund Int. 2,082.90
Comptroller, National Forest .ReseTve 927.24
Comptroller, railroad taxes 11,162.11
Comptroller, one-mill tax 7,074.00
Comptroller. Smith Hughes Fund 225.00
Superintendent, sale of land
Superintendent. Interest ir-f?
Superintendent, tuition ..iJ-2
Bank, loans 14'i2H
Weirsdale Dist. reimburst teachers sa.lvy 534.jM
Mrs. Roberts, rent of dormitory 40.00
Making balance ... -.
DUbanteueata for Six Moathat
. EXPENDED FOR SCHOOLS:
Salaries of teachers 31.549.50
New buUdings -Jit ,5
Repairs to buildings ...i
Furniture
Apparatusv -V lX
Insurance f
Rent Hit
Jeans Fund 2 2
Manual training
Free books 2Ht
Transportation of pupils
incidentals for schools 5?"?l
Expense of water
EXPENSES OF ADMINISTRATION:
Salary of superintendent
TraTellng expenses of superintendent
Per diem and mileage of members of hoard JJ-xr
Office nelp f,HS
Incidentals for board and superintendent, postage-- J
Printing financial statement 1"ST
Printing -

3 969.24
28.817.61
8 27,848.37

75.336.34

3 47.487.97

GOVERNMENT INSPECTOR

. WILL BE HERE NEXT WEEK

In honor of-the ninetieth milestone
of Dr. W. M. Richardson, one of the
most studious and faithful attendants
at the Methodist Sunday school, the
members of the Business Men's Bible
class, presented him, yesterday morn morning,
ing, morning, with a beautiful easy chair, to
replace the one less comfortable,
which fie had occupied near the pulpit.
Rev. W. E. Crago commented on the
ninety beautiful years, so rounded out

and enriched by continual service for

his Master, and so .wonderfully

strengthened by the faithful use of

the talents entrusted into his keeping,

The good doctor responded, that

words were inadequate to express his
gratitude for this exceedingly appro appropriate
priate appropriate gift, stating that, in all his ex experience
perience experience as Sundav school sunerinten-

dent and teacher, no other nad ever

given him such pleasure. In conclus

ion he breathed a prayer for benedic

tions on those, who in the true spirit

of brotherly love, had bestowed the

gift

For several days, friends had been

calling to offer their congratulations,
Among them Rev. and Mrs. C. W,
White, Mrs. T. M. Moore and Mrs. G

W. Martin, who brought dainty deli

cacies, and Mrs. Ford Rogers, who

proffered flowers. Ihere were very

beautiful letters, expressing much

love and sincere wishes ioi many
more birthdays in the lingering twi

light of life's golden sunset.
Only a few weeks ago Dr. and Mrs.
Richardson celebrated their fiftieth
marriage anniversary mid showers of
congratulations from friends who
greeted them at that time, among
them this writer, who from infancy
has known this estimable Christian
couple, and who can testify that dur during
ing during the doctor's fifty years as practic practicing
ing practicing physician, few have had as many
opportunities for doing good and few
indeed have responded, as did he, to
the many calls along life's checkered

pathway. The doctor, however, at attributes
tributes attributes his success in life to the
companion who has so long been his
wise councellor. More than once has
he waxed eloquent in his praise of her
who in every emergencey, has found
a remedy, in every problem, suggested
a solution, in every sorrow has been
his comforter, and in every joy, his
participant.

With their .numerous friends we join
our voices in one, for the continued
blessing of Him who has been their
guide for so many years, and upon
their devoted children, and other loved
ones, who frequently visit them, and
whose children's children will rise up
in after years to bless the training
and the memory of the -worthy pair,
who have been the recipients pf many
remembrances from- those who love
them for their true worth.

Editor Star: I 'will be in Ocala next

Tuesday and Wednesday, for the pur

pose of testing cattle for tuberculosis.

ard any one interested in having this
work done will find me at the Florida

House or address me at Box 704,
Gainesville. I have been stationed

here for the purpose of conducting

this work of tuberculosis eradication
in Alachua and Marion counties, so
expect to spend quite a bit of my time
in the near future in your city.
M. V. Springstun,
: Veterinary Inspector.
U. S. Dept. of Agriculture.
Gainesville, Fla, Feb. 25.

ROYAL ARCH MASONS

Regular conventions of the Ocala
Chapter No. 13, R. A. on the fourth
Friday in every month at 8 p. m.
H. S. Wesson. H. P.
B. L. Aams, Secretary v

OCALA LODGE No. 286. B. P. O. E.

Ocala Lodge No. 286. Benevolent
and Protective Order of Elks, meets
the second and fourth Tuesday eve eve-pings
pings eve-pings of each month. Visiting breth brethren,
ren, brethren, always welcome. Lodge rooms
upstairs over Troxler's and the Book

shop, 113 Main street.

C. Y. Miller, RT

BURBANK

Burbank, Feb. 25. A car full, of
Burbankites motored to Ocala Sunday
afternoon to attend the lecture on
Christian Science given by Bliss
Knapp at the Temple theater.
Mrs. Sam Messick of Palatka spent
Monday with friends here.
Mr. and Mrs. Ray Clineman have re returned
turned returned after a pelasant honeymoon
spent in Jacksonville, St. Augustine
and other places. They are at the
home of the bride's parents, but ex expect
pect expect to go to' housekeeping and hate
chosen Burbank for their future home.
Mr. and Mrs. M. D. L. Graham and

the latter's sister and her husband,
Mr. and Mrs. Ben Freel of Chicago,

are enjoying a few days pelasure trip
to Tampa.

Mr. Bryant Hitchcock of Tampa is

visiting his mother, Mrs. E. L. Hitchcock.

Mr. and Mrs. Fred Blaul and moth mother
er mother left Wednesday in their car for
their home in Chicago, after spending
several months here. On their return
they will stop in Daytona, St. Augus Augustine
tine Augustine and Jacksonville. We hope to see
them back next winter.

Mr.' Clinton Clement has returned to

his home in Atlantic City, N. J., for

the summer.

iir. tienry Mason oi Lonner was a

business caller in Burbank this week.
One of the Daylight Line boats
broke down at Cabbage Landing and
ajbusload of tourists were brought to

Burbank to make connection with the

motor bus en route to Palatka.

Mr. C. E. Lewis of Pittsburg, and

formerly of Burbank, after reading In

the Star of the numbers of citrus

groves being planted in Marion coun

ty, has written for information and is
thinking of planting his land here in

grove.

Tulula Lodge No. 22. L O. O. F

ueets every Tuesday evening at the

Udd fellows haH at the corner of
Fort King Ave. and Osceola street. A
warm welcome always extended to

.'i siting brothers.'

T. C. Carter, N. G.
H. R. Luff man. Secretary.

KODAK DEVELOPING

Let us develop and print your kodak
films. We guarantee satisfactory work
anJ prompt service. Mail orders given
special attention. Eugene A. Revels,
over Guarantee Clothing and Shoe
Store, Ocala, Fla. 26-6t

Try a bottle of ZePyrol for a mouth

wash, and preservative of the teeth;

50c. and 1 a bottle (plus war tax).
Court Pharmacy. 25-3t

For a cold, bathe your tonsils with
ZePyrol. Court Pharmacy. 25-3t

MARION-DUNN MASONIC LODGE

Marion-Dunn Lodge No. 19. F. A A.
M., meets on the first and third
(hursday evenings of each month. at

7:30 o'clock until further notice,
J. R. Dey, W. M.
B. L. Adams, Secretary.

ORDER OF EASTERN STAR

Ocala Chapter No. 29, O. E. S.

meets at the Masonic hall the second

and fourth Thursday evenings of each

month at 8 o'clock.
Mrs. Rosalie Condon, W. M.
Mrs. Susan Cook. Secretary.

ODD FELLOWS

Truant officer 1 94 93
Miscellaneous t ; 22 34
Interest 2.808l08
Leaving' balance
Cr. Warrants issued for "Borrowed money 52.500.00
Cr. Warrants issued for coupon warrants J 1.200.00
Cr. Warrants issued for funding warrants 1.000.00-'
Making deficit
Dr. Warants for borrowed money cancelled 32,000.00
Dr. -Warrants cancelled by board 68.41
Dr. Depository error receipts 8.700.26
Making: deficit June 30th. 1920
Warrants outstanding June 30th, 1920
Depository balance June 30th, 1920
ASSETS AXD LIABILITIES
Available Aaaeta
GENERAL SCHOOL FUND
Balance cash in depository ...3 4.096.05'
Uncollected taxes, including current year 5,374.40
Anthony district 190.81
Treasurer's bondsmen's notes 1.956.85
SPECIAL TAX DISTRICT
Balance cash in depository:
Interest and sinking fund 17.352.44
Special tax district fund 7,819.41
Uncollected taxes, including current year:
Interest and sinking fund 971.03
Special tax district ". 1.800.78
War Savings Stamps. Dist. No. 19, 3126.60; Dist. No.
31. 1451.44 578.04
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Total available assets ,$ 40,139.81
LlafeUltle
GENERAL SCHOOL FUND
Warrants outstanding for current expenses
Warrants outstanding or other evidences of indebted indebtedness
ness indebtedness except bonds given for property or money bor borrowed,
rowed, borrowed, the payment of which i deferred:
Coupon warrants ".
Funding warrants
Money due or liability Incurred on contract completed
or uncompleted: Notes .-
SPECIAL TAX DISTRICT
Special tax district warrants outstanding
Special tax district bonds outstanding
Total .. ..'
VAL.CE OF SCHOOL PROPERTY
Gesteral
School houses and lots 13. 080. 69
School furniture t- 2'f!?-2J
Schools apparatus i'ii
Other school property .- 36.00
Special Tax Districts
School houses and lots 8195.565.00
School furniture 13.881.00
School apparatus 3.996.04)
Total IKMiTio

39.558.59

r.932.38

54.700.00

46.767.62
40.768.67

5.998.95
10.095.00
4.096.95

10.095.00

44.800.00
26.000.00
10.000.00

420.98
82.500.09
8173.S1S.98

Meet me at the American Cafe,

Union Station. Ocala. for a regular

dinner family style. Best dinner in

the state for 75c. Eat and drink all
yoa want. Time for dinner 11 a. m. to

2:30 p. m. Owned and operated by

Americans. tf

Don't fail to visit the Guarantee

Clothing & Shoe Company. Every

thing we sell is guaranteed. We're

fighting for QUALITY not prices, tf

ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE
OF TRAINS IN OCALA

Seaboard Air Ltae
Arrive from Jacksonville.. 2:10a.m.
Leave for Tampa 2:15a.m.
Arrive from Jacksonville.. 1:39p.m.
Leave for Tampa 1:55 p.m.
Arrive from Jacksonville.. 3:51p.m.
-eave for Tampa 4:05p.m.
Arrive from Tampa.. 2:14 a.m.
Leave for Jacksonville.... 2:15a.m.
Arrive from Tampa 1:55 p, m.
Leave for Jacksonville.... 1:55p.m.
Arrive from Tampa 4:16 n.m.

Leave for Jacksonville.... 4:17 u.ra.

Arrive from New York. ... 1:34 a. m.
Leave for St. Petersburg.. 1:37a.m.
Arrive from St. Petersburg 2:55 a.m.
Leave for New York 3:00 a.m.
Atlantic Coast Lime

rrive from Jacksonville.. 2:31
.jeave for St. Petersbnr.. 2?M

Arrive from Jacksonville.. 3:34
Leave for St. PtrhnrT. 9-5

Arrive from Jacksonville.. 10:12
Leave for Leesburo 10:1

Arrivefrom St. Petersburg 2:26

eave ior Jacksonville. . Z:Z7
Arrive from St. Petersburg 1:25

Leave for Jacksonville.. 1?aK

Arrive from Leesburg..-.. 6:41

ueave ior Jacksonville..... 6:4Z
Arrive from Homosassa... L25
Leave for Homosassa 3:25

Arrive from Gainesville.

daily except Sunday.... 11:50

Leave for Gainesville, daily

except Sunday 4:45
Leave for Lakeland Tues-
day, Thursday, Saturday 7:25
Ar. from Lakeland. Tues Tues-day,
day, Tues-day, Thursday; Saturday 11 :o3

Leave for Wilcox, Monday,

Wednesday ana Tiday.. 7:10
Arrive from Wilcox Monday-
Wednesday. Friday. 6:45

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of the articles in our store at and below cost.
We have many hardware articles that we will
let go below cost. Come in and get our prices.
We are selling bean seed at cost, YVax beans
t and Black Valetine at $10 per bushel, other green
beans at $9.00 a bushel; in ten and fifteen bushel
lots we will cut these prices.
We still have a few remnants of crockery and
enamel ware we will almost give away.
V Pocket-knives 25 per cent below cost.
We are selling out these things. Get our
prices. We have stock powders, Fenole and disin-
fectants. We also have the following for sale
cheap,1 oneRoyal Typewriter, one Neostyle, two
pair of scales, four bins for grocery store, one office
desk, one seed cleaning machine and several
other useful articles.

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BICYCLES
SOLD,
RENTED
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REPAIRED

B.F.COMJON

OUR REPAIR DEPARTMENT
is in charge of experts and all work
is fully guaranteed
OUR RENT DEPARTMENT
is supplied with neat and depend dependable
able dependable wheels and our charges are
reasonable.
MARION COUNTY DISTRIBUTOR
for the Columbia, Cleveland, Iver Iver-Johnson,
Johnson, Iver-Johnson, Monarch, Rambler,
Tribune and Crescent bicycles.
We can sell you a wheel on very
easj payment plan, $1$ to $25
down; $2.50 to $5 .50 a week.

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' Beautify and increase
the value of your place.
"Illustrated catalogue
with planting directions
free. Write -for copy
today.

GLEN ST. MARY NURSERY CO. GLEN ST. MARY, FLA.

ROSES
PALMS

FRUIT
TREES

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LIVE STOCK.
PIANOS, BAGGAGE.
MACHINERY,
FURNITURE, ETC

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BRIGHT CLEAN STOCK.

40 to 50 prunes, a lb. 23c two lbs. 45c
50 to 60 prunes, a lb. 20c two lbs. 38c
60 to 70 prunes, a lb. 19c. two lbs. 36c
10 cent bar Rub-no-more soap 5c
No. 8 Pail Snowdrift .$1.35
10c can VanCamps Pork & Beans 5c
20 cent Apple Jelly... 13c two for 25c.

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C. V. ROBERTS, Phone 305
ROBERTS &
: Funeral Directors
Private Morgue and Chapel.
Motor Equipment. Coffins
Office Phone 350

Ocala, Florida

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YOUMG-lllEMRMv CO;
CIVIL ENGINEERS AND SURVTY0RS
Licensed under the laws of the State of Florida

. Surveys
Highways

Plats
Drainage

Capt. Edward Drake is- associated
with us and in charge of our Phos Phosphate
phate Phosphate Mine and Plant Department.

Of ikes, 33-31 Holder Bldg.
. OCALA, FLORIDA

New Styles
Pattern
Street
Hats

THE WINDSOR HOTEL,
V JACKSONVILLE, CLORIDA
In the heart of the city with Hemming Park "for a front y: ud.
Every modem convenience in each room. Dining room sendee Is
second to none

ROBERT M.f MEYER,
Manager.

Advertise and

MONEY BACK GUARANTEE

WEDDRIES-
162 and 377
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BARNEY SPENCER. Phone 431
SPENGER
and Embalmers
Personal Service to all.
and Caskets Delivered.
217 West Broadway
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Reports
I Phosphate
Phone No. 513

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Distinctiveness in Every Hat
In our new spring line of Millinery ;you
will find all the late models and also all
the pretty new shades. We have a
complete line of materials from which
we can make you any design you choose.
Call and see us
ELITE SHOP
Mrs. R. T. Weaver, Mrs. E. DeCamp
Ocala, House Block

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Propriet ik.

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MIA OCCURRENCES

If you have any
society items.
phone to five-one.
Cinamon rolls. Federal Bakery. 6t
Mrs. W. T. Cole is in Leesburg, en enjoying:
joying: enjoying: a visit with Miss Lulu Fox.
If you want. bean seed way below
cost go to the Ocala Seed Store to
jet them. 2-12-tf
Our spring: HATS elicit the praise
of many admirers, not only for their
style, but for their reasonable prices.
FISHEL'S. 26-2t
Mr. B. H. Seymour is in Jacksonville
enjoying a visit with his daughters,
Mrs. Sue McPherson and Miss Mary
Seymour.
W. K. Lane, M. D, physician and
surgeon, specialist eye, ear, nose and
throat. Office over 5 and 10 cent store.
jeala, FU. Adv. tf
As an antiseptic mouth wash
or
throat gargle, ZePyrol is unsurpass unsurpassed;
ed; unsurpassed; 50c. and $1.00 a bottle (plus war
tax.) Court Pharmacy. 25-3t
Miss Annie Mae Dabney has re
turned to her home at Florence, S. C,
after a month's visit in the city at the
home of her aunt, Mrs. H. S. Mc Mc-Ateer.
Ateer. Mc-Ateer.
If you haven't tried our cinnamon
rolls in the past week you don't know
of the improvement in their making.
Federal Bakery. 28-6t
Mrs. T. S. Trantham will entertain
at auction Thursday afternoon at 3
O'clock at the home of her mother,
Mrs. R. B. Bullock in honor of Mrs.
Eugene Cox of Atlanta.
Serve Oliver Twists at your next
party. They're delicious with icing.
Made only by the Federal Bakery. 6t
Our spring HATS elicit the praise
of many admirers, not only for,their
style, but for their reasonable prices.
FISHEL'S. 2G-2t
Mrs. Jack Camp will be hostess to
an auction party Thursday afternoon
at three o'clock, complimenting Mrs.
E. F. Fitch of Jacksonville, Mrs.
Mason Cook and Miss Kitty Vaughn
of Virginia.
' Baby four Overland, Al shape.
Terms. Spencer-Pedrick Motor Co.,
Buick dealers. 24-tf
"It is hard for me to choose, they
are all so pretty," remarked a lady
who was buying a HAT from
FISHEL'S. 26-2t
Mrs. M. A. Ten Eyck and sister,
Mrs. M. E. Williamson returned Sat Saturday
urday Saturday from DeLand, where they were
called on account of, the illness and
death of their sister, Mrs. H. A. Boley
of that city. Mrs. Ten Eyck and Mrs.
Williamson have the sympathy of
their friends in their bereavement.
Keep in mind each day while plan
ning the menu those Federal Bakery
cinnamon rolls. 28-6t
As the wholesalers come down, so
do we. Delicious MarthaWashington
candy at 90 cents a pound at THE
VOGUE. Phones 580 or 558. 22-tf
The many friends of Mr. and Mrs.
H. B. Swope of Eastlake and Ocala,
will learn with much interest of the
large contract he is chief engineer of
on the Biltmore estate at Asheville,
which is undergoing extensive im
provements. Mr. Swope's friends con congratulate
gratulate congratulate him upon his success in ob
taining this contract.
You can always get fresh or salt
water fish, oysters, shrimp, etc, at
the City Fish Market on Fort King
avenue. Phone 158. tf
Nux and Iron Tablets will tone up
the sytsem and give you strength
Bottles of 100 at one dollar each at
Gerie's Drue Store. tf
FISHEL'S have always been known
for the good Hose they handle for
Ladies and Men and now they are in introducing
troducing introducing the best known Children's
Hose. Try WONDERHOSE for the
laddies. 26-2t
Dr. and Mrs. E. G. Lindner and two
children and Mrs. Lindner s brother,
Mr. Andrew Rhody of Pennsylvania,
returned today from a week-end visit
at Daytona Beach. Mr. Rhody is so
well, pleased with Ocala that he is
conteranlatincr Durchasincr a home in
the city and bring his family here to
spend the winter each year.
You will not need to cut down on
your charities if you buy your HATS,
etc- at FISHEL'S. The money we
save you will save the life of a child
the NEAR EAST or CENTRAL

EUROPE.

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BACKACHES AlN IN SIDE,
HEADACHE-
Nashville. Tens. "Dr. Pierce's Fa Favorite
vorite Favorite Prescription is the test med

icine I have ever
taken. I suffered
for a long time
with feminine
trouble. I would
become so nervous
that I would have
to give up and lie
down until I would
P-V Is tmrmA with hooV.
aches, pains in my
side and bearing
pains. I would
also hare periodical spells of sick sick-headach.s.
headach.s. sick-headach.s. I could not eat or sleep
and got where I was a physical wreck.
1 decided to give FaYorite Prescrip Prescription
tion Prescription a trial and It completely cured
me. MRS. ALICE McCLOUD. 1619
Sixth Ave. N. All druggists.
Mr. E. W. Lee left today for his
home at Mount Vernon, after a visit
of a month at Eastlake. Mr. Lee is
the father of Messrs. Walter and
Howard Lee, owners of the Eastlake
Investment Company, and last year
he bought a home at the lake, where
his wife will remain with a party of
friends for a longer visit.
Try 'em once, and youll use no
other Federal Bakery cinnamon
rolls. 28-t
There's no extra charge for clean clean-ng
ng clean-ng your fish at the city fish market.
Phone 158. tf
Pupils wanted: Miss Childress of
'Milady's Beauty Parlor," is now
ready to train girls for beauty parlor
work in all its branches, besides giv
ing expert treatments of all kinds.
Phone 272 for engagements. 23-6t
The following .were among the
Ocala people who attended the basket
ball game Saturday between Gaines Gainesville
ville Gainesville and Jacksonville, which took
place in the University City, namely:
Masses Alice Sexton, Winnie Bell and
Miss Sampson of Punta .Gorda, Mr.
Hansel Leavengood, Mr. and Mrs.
Leon Mason, Mr. Joe Taylor, Mrs. H,
C. Dozier, Cornelia and Harry Dozier,
Clifton Sexton, Misses Louise and
Loureen Spencer, Tom Wallis and Ce
cil Clark.
Buick six touring car. Been run less
than 3000 miles. Extra tire, motor
meter and bumper. Will sell for cash,
$1550. T. M. Kilgore, phone 552,
Ocala, Fla. 28-6t
Did you know you could get a pair
of all-wool blue serge TROUSERS at
FISHEL'S for $5.95? 26-2t
Lieut. A. M. Alcorn, the only real
flying salesman in the country, arrived
Saturday afternoon in his handsome
Keen Kutter airship, landing at the
Anthony Farms. He is advertising
the Keen Kutter brand of cutlery "sold
by the Simmons Hardware Company
of Philadelphia, and besides booking
a large volume of business is making
many friends during his stort stay in
the city. He leaves tomorrow for
Thomasville, Ga. Lieut. Alcorn was
with the Canadian aerial force two
years during the war and thoroughly
understands flying, having bee priv privileged
ileged privileged of having his machine made
according to his own ideas. Mr. Jo
S. Roof, a representative of the same
company, is also a well known busi
ness visitor in the city who has made
scores of friends during his twenty
years or more regular visits to the
city.
You will be more than delighted
when you try a box of our delicious
Leg Cabin, Candy, and our Martha
Washington Candy. THE VOGUE is
at your service. Phone 580 or 558 for
quick delivery of our QUALITY ICE
CREAM. 29-tf
FOR SALF, High grade used piano
at a bargain, also good price and
terms on new pianos. Address, C.
U. Fuller, representative Ludden &
Bater, Ocala, Fla. 28-6t
NOTICE of ANIMALS IMPOUNDED
To Whom It May Concern:
This is to certify that I have this
day placed in the city pound the fol
lowing described animals, which have
been found' running at large within
the corporate limits of the city of
Ocala, contrary to the ordinances of
said city:
Two red hogs marked crop in one
ear, swallowfork in other; one black
hog, no mark.
The owners thereof, or their agents,
ar.d all whom it may concern, are
hereby, notified that if the animals are
not claimed and all expenses of taking
and impounding thereof are not paid
within three days from date hereof,
to-wit: On the third day of March,
1021, I will sell the same to the high
est and best bidder, said sale to take

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place between the hours of 11 a. m.i
and 3 p. m. on said day at the city!
pt an I in Ocala, Florida. j
; Henry Gordon, J
Marshal City of Ocala.
C. A. Holloway, Impoundei It
Make your wants known by adver-
a'fing them.

OUR LOCATION

Only few blocks from
Unic. Depot. Glad to
see you at any time.
We sell
Larro Cow Feed
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and all other kinds of Feed.
Hay, Grain and Provisions.
If you are'now buying from
, us tell your friends.
Dancsc Feed & Grocery
Company
636 IV.', Forsyth Street
JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA
LIFE
FIRE
. j A. E. GERIG
INSURANCE
Ocala, Florida
ACCIDENT Al'TOMOniLlC
NEED MM MOTOR CO.
General Auto Repairing
and Storage
GaoIine, Oils and Grease
USED CARS FOR SALE
Cars Washed . ; $1.00
Cars Polished .50
Oklawaha Ave. & Orange St.
Phone 252
CYLINDER REBORDVG
MACHINE
Eor All Cars
JFFICIENT WORKMEN,
PROMPT SERVICE
x REASONABLE CHARGES
GEO. J. WILLIAMS
Formerly Carroll Motor Company
Garage, Osceola St.
Phone 597 Night 408
m LET US BUILD YOU A
if Select your own Jot and
plans., ierrr.s: halt cash,
balance like rent Call and
talk it over with us.
RAY 8 THOMSON
Abstract Huilding
Funeral Directors
and Embalmers
i t.
' Two Licensed Embalmers
Motor Funeral Cars
. Private Morgue and Chapel
Day Phone 47
Night Phone 515
G. D. Overton, Manager
L. ALEXANDER
PRACTICAL CARPENTER AN I J
BUILDER
Careful estimates made on all con contract
tract contract n ork. Gives more and better
work f r the money than any other
contracior in the city. t
IVIIIIAM A. T1NSMAN
CONTRACTOR
', Estimates Given Free
Phone 526 Ocala. Fla.
jC. Cecil Eryantj
Accounting and Auditing :
I PHONE 232 ?
J. D. DAWKINS
ALL KLVDS OF.
FRESH MEATS; FISH
and OYSTERS
EVERY
TUESDAY and FRIDAY
Phone 519
111 W. Broadway
Dont fail to visit the Guarantee
Cothing & Shoe Company. Every Everything
thing Everything we seU is guaranteed. We're
fisrhtine for QUALITY not prices, tf

UNCLASSIFIED
APymTISEIENTS
WANTED. LOST, FOUND, FOR
-SALE, FOR RENT AND SIM SIMILAR
ILAR SIMILAR LOCAL NEEDS

Rates: Six lines, maximum, one time,
25; three times. 50c; six times, 75c;
one month. $3. Payable in advance.
WANTED Clean cotton rags at the
Star office. No scraps. 22-3t
CHERO-COLA WOO D YA R D We are
prepared to furnish oak or cine
wood for either stove or fireplace
, on short notice. We deliver your
money's worth promptly Give us a
trial order. Chero-Cola Woody rd,
phone 167. 26-lm
FOR SALE We have a surplus of
fifty head of horses and mules for
sale. You can find stock suitable
for any purpose by applying at the
stables. Anthony Farms, Anthony,
Fla. 18-tf
HOGS STRAYED To residence of
C. R. Tvdings. Owner can have
same' by identification, paying for
feed and this ad. 22-6t
FOR SALE Twenty-four Black Mi Minorca
norca Minorca laying hens and two roosters,
$2 tach. 219 Anthony road. W. A.
Penland, Ocala. 22-6t
HAVANA HAT CO. S. S. Baker at
Florida House this week. New hats
manufactured, old hats cleaned and
blocked. v 22-6t
FOR RENT Three or
rooms with bath. 308
way, or phone 452.
four large.
West Broad-
22-t
FOR SALE One refrigerator, suit suitable
able suitable for store or hotel, can be
bought cheap.' Call on J. L. Smoak,
Ocala, or Frank Mitchell, Belleview,
Fla. . 22-6t
WOOD Giles Wood Yard. Seasoned
oak or pine wood for either stove or
fireplace, $1 and $2 per load. Yard
corner South Main and Third Sts.
Phone 112. 2-22-tf
BOARD AND ROOMS Board and
rooms in private family. Hot and
cold running water in rooms. Call
at 22 N. Sanchez, phone 306. 23-12t
FOR RENT Five room apartment,:
with kitchenette, hall, bath room,'
front and back porch; furnished or.
unfurnished. Apply to Mrs. S. A."
Standley, 447 Oklawaha Ave. 25 6t
WANTED Laborers. Call at Ocala
Iron Works, 7 o'clock, Monday and
Tuesday mornings. Ocala Iron
Works. 26-2t
LOST Bafkell ball belonging to the
Kissimmee high school. Lost In
Ocala the day that team played the
O. U .S. team. Finder will receive'
, reward by returning ball to the
Commercial Bank. 26-3t
LOST One five-months old black and
tan female pup. bob tail. Answers to
the name of "Pup. Long, slim head.
Advise IL S. Wesson. 28 -3t
LET ME REMEMBER
YOU JUST AS YOU
ARE
As you are today that's it, just as
you are with the same kindly smile,
the same look of considerate determi determination.
nation. determination. I want to remember "you as I have
krown you, a loving father whose one
thought has always been of me and
for me; whose directing mind has
guided my mind and my steps thru
dangerous paths in youth to a success successful
ful successful and an honorable manhood.
"Yes,-1 want to remember you just
as you are.
Have you a photograph of your
father or your mother just as they
r.re today?
EUGENE A. REVELS,
"High Grade Portraits in Sepia Sepia-Water
Water Sepia-Water Color, Copying and Enlarging.
Over Guarantee Clothing & Shoe Co,
Ocala, FJa. 26-t
Cabbage and, lettuce plants for sale.
II. P. Bitting & Co. 9-tf
S
Arrival and departure of passenger
trafns at OCALA UNION STATION.
The following schedule figures pub published
lished published as information aiH not guar guaranteed.
anteed. guaranteed. (Eastern Standard Time)
SEABOABD AIR LINE RAILROAD
Lea e
:15 am
:55 pm
:17 pm
Arrive
Jacksonville-NTTork
" Jacksonville
Jacksonville
, tfanatee tfanatee-SU
SU tfanatee-SU Petersburg
Tampa
Manatee-
2:10 1
1:34!
4:15 pm
2:15 am
:15 am
2:15 am
:05 pm
4:05 pm
2:10am
4:17 pm
Tamoa-St. Petrsbrg 4:17 pm
ATLANTIC COAST LINE R. B.
Leave - . Arrive
2:12 pm Jacksonvflle-N'York 2:43 am
1:45 pm Jkaonville-GainsvUle 3:35 pm
6:42 am Jksonville-GnesviUe 10:13 pm
2:4--am SLPetsbrg-Lakeland 2:12 am
3:35 pm St.Petsbrg-Lakeland 1:25 pm
7:10 am Dunnellon-Wilcox -7:2i
am Duneilon-Lkeland 11:03 em
3:ZZ pm Homosa&sa -1:30 pm
10:13pm Leesburg 6:42 am
1 :45 pm Gainesville 11:50
"Monday, Wednesday, Friday.
'Toesdav. Thursday. Sa tarda v.

RAILROAD

HOLES

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