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OGALA, FLORIDA, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 9. 1921
CALLS FOR TREATY
MURDER MOST FOUL
III 010 HID
FUG UP FOR
II1TEIID TO TIW
THE ROMA OUT
1E1G TONIGHT VJILL DECIDE .'
Oil BUDGET J1IID PROGRAM FOR
President Harding's First Message to
the Senate Urges Ratification of
Long Pending' Peace Pact
Eduardo Data, Spanish, Premier and
Minister of Marine, Victim
of an Assassin
Washington, March 9. Ratification
of the long pending treaty with Co Colombia
lombia Colombia was urged by President Hard Harding
ing Harding in his first formal message to the
Senate. The Senate immediately went
into executive session.
MUST TOE THE MARK
The government is without autho authority
rity authority to prohibit or limit the manufac manufacture
ture manufacture and sale of liquors, wines or beer
for non-beverage purposes, says an
opinion by the attorney general made
public today by. the internal .'revenue
The opinion, the existence of which
became known today, was signed by
Attorney General Palmer March 3rd.
TEDDY THE SECOND v
The nomination of Colonel Theodore
Roosevelt as assistant secretary of
the navy was confirmed by the Senate
HE WILL HELP WITH WORK OF
T"i f TP Qaimrhi uroo irvt v. i rr
day by President Harding to be the
White House physician with the rank
of Brigadier general. He will also
investigate public health matters for
the president. Dr. Sawyer has been
authorized to formulate suggestions
for a concrete plan of co-ordination of
government agencies for safeguard
ing the public welfare.
ENTERTAINED BY SENATOR
AND MRS. FLETCHER
Madrid, March 9. Madrid was hor
rified when it became known this
morning that Eduardo Dato, premier
and minister of marine, was assassi assassinated
nated assassinated while returning home from a
ate session of the Spanish senate last
All trace of the men who killed the
premier was lost in the excitement
attending the assassination. The crim
inals, who were riding in the side car
of a motorcycle, sped away after fir
ing the fatal shots. There were two
men in the side car and a third on
the motorcycle. They followed the
premier's automobile many blocks. On
a street where they are few lights,
tne motorcycle went up beside the
car and alt three of the assassins be began
gan began firing at the premier. Twenty-
one shots were fired. The premier was
struck three times in the head and
died soon after his arrival at the hos
Washington, March 9 Senator and
Mrs. Dunean U.letcher entertained
the Florida Society last nieht at the
Logal i hotel. The program included
J J I a I X 1
an auuress ay major uenerai ionn a
Lejuene, commandant of the marine
corps, who commanded in France the
famous Second Division, composed of
iboth soldiers and marines.. Hisa
dress was illustrated by historical mo
tion pictures loaned by the war de department,
partment, department, which are rarely shown ex
cept for : military purposes. General
Lejuene's lecture was enthusiastically
Recitations, songs and musical
numbers by an accomplished orches orchestra
tra orchestra were interspersed through the
several nunored floridians were
present. The membership of the. so society
ciety society includes most of the Floridians
residing in the city. Those not. mem
bers and also Floridians visiting in
the city were invited through the
local papers to be present.
The Florida Society is one of the
most active of the state societies in
Washington! Its meetings are occas
ions of genuinely cordial gatherings,
IRON HAND OF THE
LAW IN ALABAMA
Coney Equipping His Plane for An
other Trip Across the
PTTTTTVfl nvurw pay nv
Philadelphia, March 9. The Perm
sylvania railroad directors adopted a
resolution today directing their execu
tive officers to give notice of the in
tention of the company to reduce sal
aries and wages of its officers and em
MAKING A MILLIONAIRE
, EARN HIS EATS
Birmingham, March 9. An Atlan
ta, Birmingham and Atlantic passen
ger train left here today for, Line-
ville, Ala., carrying mail and passen
gers. The engineer was A, H. Wood
ward ,a millionaire and -a director of
the road. '1
SHIP LOAD OF TARGETS
SENT TO GUANTANAMO
American Crew Will Give a Full Test
to the Big Italian
FMI01I COOIITY BOARD OF TRADE
Jacksonville, March 9. Lieutenant
Rome, March 9. Members of
the At Eight O'clock in the Courthouse
IN TAMPA CITY
Coney will leave this afternoon in an American air force will take the air air-airplane
airplane air-airplane for Montgomery via Amer- ship Roma, sold to the United States,
!fna fnr a now tirfinollor fnr his trans-Ion a lnntr rrnise before dismantling
I . . a . . 1
continental plane. He will bring the the craft preparatory for shipment to I At 8 oclocK tonnrnt m we courc-
equipment here and make the neces-J America. The Americans will fly over I house the Marion County Board of
sary repairs for his flieht to San the Mediterranean and visit various I Trade will decide how the, funds rais
Diego, which he expects to begin Italian coast cities. led in its drive for $10,000 shall be
about March 22nd. spent. The tentative budget and pro-
REVOLUTIONISTS WIN IN gram of work for the year will be
BLOODSTAINED PETROGRAD submitted for ratification to the active
and contributing members of the or
(Associated Press) jganization. The meeting, therefore,
(Associated Press) I Copenhagen March 9; Petrograd I will be most important and tne at-
Tampa, March 9. The county com-1 is reported in the hands of revolution-1 tendance of every one possible is
missioners todav called a special elec- arv forces which for several days I ureed. All who are interested in tne
tion for April 11th, in district No? 4, have been fighting the Russian bol- work of the only commercial orgam
including the city of Tampa, on a sheviki, says a Helsingfors dispatch, zation in the county, whether they
bond issue of $350,000 for new school The revolutionists were victorious, the have been seen by the committees yet
buildings. dispatch adds, after a terrific bom- or not, are urged to attend the meet-
bardment of Petrograd, which was ling. The drive is already attracting
HELPFUL BAND followed by a machine gun battle in interest throughout the state
OF GIRLS AND BOYS the streets of the city. J The proposed program of work for
the year is as follows:
New booklets on city and county.
"Marion County Floridian.'. quar quarterly,
terly, quarterly, issues, to give publicity to cur-
Associated Press) Irent developments throughout county
Montreal, March 9. The adoption I and to be used to follow up booklets.
of the 44-hour week in all commercial I A nroeram of advertising in na-
printing shops in Canada and the I tional publications, covering a three-
Can't Anybody Equa
Grabbed a Twenty-Quart Torpedo ad
Held It While the Crowd
Made Its Getaway
Tallahassee, March 9. Students
and members of the faculty of the
Florida Woman's College have pledg pledged
ed pledged $1300 for the Near East Relief
WE COULDNT MAKE IT'
IN THIS SHOP
PHILLIES ARRIVE IN
United States, effective May 1st, was I year period, to be handled by a repu
THE UNIVERSITY CITY demanded in a resolution adopted to-1 table advertising agency, as a means
day at the printers! industrial confer-1 of giving proper distribution to book-
(Associated Press) ence here.
Gainesville, March 9. The main
squad of the Philadelphia National J INTERESTING ACCOUNT Or
Leaeue baseball team beean sDrine! WASHINGTON'S FUNERAL
training here today. They arrived
1at. nint 1 (Associated preas)
(Associated .Press) -Breckenridge,
Tex., Mar. 9. Catch Catching
ing Catching a 20-quart nitroglycerine torpedo
as it was blown from its .casing by an
unexpected flow of gas, Powell Wright
yesterday held it until 50 persons and
200 quarts. of explosive on wagon
reached safety. He then dropped it
back into the hole with the receding
gas and escaped. A derrick was
wrecked by the impact.
SYSTEM OF EDUCATION
' Washington, March 8. Politics and
education don't mix, P. P. Claxton,
federal commissioner of education.
Joplin, Mo., March 7. A newspaper
account of the funeral of
OF FORT MYERS Washington was uncovered
cently by Mrs. E. H. Coats of
(Associated Press city when she round a copy ox
a- 1 Ay I
lets and "Marion County Floridian."
Conventions." including State Farm-1
era Union and State Optometrical As-contends. Their association in state
aociation. school systems is baa lor wvn,
Band concerts. finds, and the sooner they are perma-
Extpnaion of white wav. nently divorced "the better it will Da
Industrial survey of Ocala and for education and all that is depen-
George I Vnrinn rmintv. for the nurnose of list- dent on it."
here re-!;, n industries and businesses. "Our political parties do not differ
Fourth of July. and Armistice Day in regard to educational principles or
i.hm(;AII nractices any more xnan iney m iu xv
V4VWt VMSM I g W
.Union station plaza improvement. Igard to the ten commandments ana
Expert care for trees of city. the moral code," the commiaswo
sim rtnst main mad into Ocala. I said in a statement arguing the poirc.
Billboards on Dixie -highway at Wise and effective aaminiswauon ox
. (Associated Press)
Stevenson, Ala., March 7. Whil Whil-further
further Whil-further sporadic trouble is expected,
the night rider situation is well under
control today, according to state offi officials.
cials. officials. Twenty men are under arrest
as the' result of outbreaks and more
arrests are expected.
MUSTN'T BE CHEAP
(Associated Press j
New York, March 9. Approximate
ly 10,000 workers in misses' and chil
dren's dress factories went on strike
today, according to union officials, who
claimed the industry in the city is
practically tied up.
CAPTAIN WAS OUT IN
Kennebunk Port Me., Mar. 9. The
big freight steamer Wandby went on
the rocks near here in a heavy fog to today..
day.. today.. A radio said the captain ap apparently
parently apparently was mistaken in his position
in the fog.
RUTHENIANS WILL HOE
THEIR OWN ROW
Warsaw, March 9. White Ruthe Ruthe-nians
nians Ruthe-nians have proclaimed their indepen
dence from Russia, according to re
. (Associated Press)
Norfolk, Va., March 9. A ship load
of targets, big, little and medium siz
ed and made to float or fly, has been
forwarded to Guantanamo for de
struction by the jackies of the Atlan
tic fleet during the spring gun prac
tice. The supply ship Lebanon car
ried 16,000 pieces of target materia!
when she nosed out to sea, including
the huge box-floats on her decks at
which the 14-inch triplets of dread
naught main batteries will be turned
Fresh from joint maneuvers with
the Pacific fleet in the Pacific, navy
youngsters are expected by officers at
the base here to show a high, degree
of skill with their long nosed shoot shooting
ing shooting irons this year. They have added
zest for their work in the playtime
they put in with Admiral Wilson
cruising on the Pacific coast of South
America. The officers, mayhap, had
to attend many formal banquets and
ceremonies of reception at ports visit
ed, but the bluejackets got a chance
to prowl about ashore and load up
with impressions of picturesque trop
ical cities new to them. They will
have a lot (to. tell the folks at home
when the Pennsylvania points the way
north for the fleet in April and Jack
gets his shore liberty in home ports.
Every device for testing the skill
of the gunners is included in the tar
get shipment. There are medium
sized affairs for the 5-inch crews to
hammer at in beating off imaginary
destroyer attacks; thjngs like subma
nne periscopes to practice shooting
up "tin fish" on, and kite targets for
the topside gunners to pepper with
anti-air craft barrages. There were
also supplies for the mine planter
force, with which to practice laying a
few "eggs" from which great explo
sions and wrecked enemy craft hatch
in war time; and dummy mines to be
swept up by the "clean-up" flotilla.
The air force of the fleet is to co
operate in the shooting tests, spotting
the fall of projectiles and "tipping"
the big surface craft to the location
of "enemy" targets over the horizon.
They will also do a little bomb drop
ping on their own account and a sup supply
ply supply of the latest type of these dis
turbers of the peace went down on the
Lebanon for their use.
Fort Myers. March 9.-i-The new Ulster (Jounty uazette, pubiisnea at
charter completed last night gives the Kingston,. Ulster county. New York,
city power to regulate the height and January 4, 1800. in which the story of
ma nr. or- in whiVh aii-niano anH ithoi-1 the itinera 1 was -printed. J.he paper
aerial conveyances may be operated was discovered in an old trunk con- north and south limits of city, adver- a system of public schooling that has
over the area included within the city taining family heirlooms and gives tising Ocala and Marion county, in- "just growed up" like Topsy, but
limit- Th nrtoV nmd. fnr h the following description of the fun- ehidinc Silver Snrinirs. now involves an average expenditure
commission-manager form of govern- eral: I Repainting of road markers thru of $25,000,000 a year by each atata,
ment. the initiative, referendum and "In the long and lofty portico where dty. requires ability and devotion, he said.
wall. oft the hero walked in all his glory,! New street siens for Ocala. and should be "wholly separate
now lay the shrouded corpse. The
COMMISSION GOVERNMENT countenannce still composed and se-
CARRIED AT LAKE CITY I rene, seemed to depress the dignity
of the spirit, which lately dwelt in
(Associates Press) that lifeless form, lhere those who
i . . ...
Lake City, March 9-A complete paid the last honors to the benerac
Purchase of a car of palms to be and independent of partisan politics."
sold to property owners at cost. ,. To reach this end, ine conmmswwr
Promotion of fruit planting on all outlined a uniiorm sysxem wiuca
farma. well be adopted, he said, in an states.
r-vpt. hrmArA and fiftv dollar to- This would include a non-parusan.
ward support of Dixie Highway Asso- non-professional elected or appointed
canvass of yesterday's election shows tor of his country, took an impressive, dation. state board of education, made np ox
men ana women 01 u"
resenting largely all sections of the
4,400.00 1 state. The seven to nine memsers
would .serve seven or nine year terms
1,250.00 with one term expiring each year, no
member to be eligible to reappoint reappointment
ment reappointment in order to bring in new blood.
Members would be non-removable ex
cept for cause and the board would
elect, its own chairmen and its mem members
bers members receive a "liberal" per diem In Instead
stead Instead of salary.
"Large salaries," Mr. Claxton said,
"would tempt members to try and
earn their salaries by meddling with
executive details properly belonging
. ire J 1. .JJ
750.00 to employes ox tne ooaro ana, an uu-
ed, would attract "men and women or
the city voted overwhelminely in fa- farewell view.
vor jot the establishment of the com- "On the ornament of the head of
the coffin was inscribed 'Suree de
eovernment. The vote was 850 in Judicum about the mifcile of the cbf-
favcr and 65 against. It will be neces- fin, 'Gloria Deo,' and the ailver plate,
The proposed budget is as follows:
Office expenses, including
salaries .. ..' ....$
Booklets, photographs and
sary to prepare a new charter now and 'General George Washington Depart-1 Marion County Floridian,
have the legislature act upon it.
STATE COMMISSION WANTS
TO BOSS PUBLIC UTILITIES
Tallahassee, March 9. The enact
ment of a public utilities law and
egislation changing the name of the
Florida railroad commission to the
public utilities commission will be rec
hnrt with Jain saMle holtsera and tlis-
ommenaea oy tne commission u tols flowed the casket which waa
Get your Easter dyes early at the
Court Pharmacy. Phone 284. 9-t
Berlin-Jones stationery in boxes at
the Court Pharmacy. 9t
ed this life on the 14th of December, I four issues, and postage
1799 Advertising mOOO a year
"Between 3 and 4 o'clock the sound J for three years) .......
of artillery from a vessel in the river, I Conventions . ..........
firing minute guns, awake afresh our I Fourth of July and Armis-
solemn sorrow the body was remov-1 ttice day celebrations ...
ed a band of music with mournful Posting of roads into Ocala
melody melted the seul into all the and billboards north and
tenderness of woe." south of city .'
Then follows a long description of I Band concerts ...........
the procession, in which Washington's I Dixie Highway Association
ROYAL ARCH MASONS
mounted on an artillery wagon.
Continuing the article says:
"When the procession had arrived'
at the bottom of the elevated lawn, on
the bank of the
family vault is
s in 7K0 00 small "ability" to the jobs.
The board should exercise genera
control over all state educational in
stitutions of every kind except, poa-
tw n moan, lpt ns sibly. universities or colleges tne
j i .
MARTIN FOR MANAGER
Potomac, where the have a city manager and let Mr. Mar- commissioner noma, ih iuncn.
i j av i I i tt- i i j innnnin m wnoii y ihuwu mw-
piaceu, uie UTtirj ubdcuwdiio. ne uu sucoujr ouvb-
halted, the infantry marched toward ed in our part of the town that he has ever, ana ks mraowi uuue'M"
?3.e!taWmV0!LSl!?St the Mount and formed their line- both brains and push and for my part ecutive work on in specific caae.
assigned Dytne Doara. as ccvcu w
appointed commissioner should be the
executive officer and secretary of the
board, his selection and appointment
by the non-partisan board itself being
Chapter No. 13. R A. M, on the fourth
Friday in every month at 8 p. m.
H. S. Wesson, H. P.
B. L. Adams, Secretary.
the clergy, the Masonic brothers and! I'm for him with both hands up.
the citizens, descended to the vault I R. C Lovendge.
and the funeral of the church was
performed. The firm was repeated I .... TAX. NOTICE
t- t 1 r 1 fT T V.i If im Via vAaoAl i-n f ha rivar an1 TKa
.mn, .t v Tun ,t I J 1 -f w. mA I A. mAM fVan nal nf th ritV taxes aeSiraOie 1H Mixm J""a
W1U1 ululi- culurs Bllouuuus -r 1 r. a .n ..i-t H t staff for
a r i x ni a ft ifulklll. laaa la!mnnTir mnet tiobtit null oi me n m-y.w
Anw-Monopoiy irug owre. o-9-iUM.w uU. fP. wnnW also
"Three general discharges by the real estate m ucaia to De auverosea
;- a,-ir ii f tn will bav to be made be required and the responsible de-
-ni v!-i, ai v-v. mr,A in tna star office bv partment of education thus set up De-
I s 1 I ... I Al. 1 J I .11 amiaa nrtMi
-rr- a a t a.la.l- T.i 1 la. ..!J k Tl a J I n-nita all tha COmC UM ICCUCI IU u aw. vo m
ton Iking lAmp iiu. x meets b. i iuc ruwnw uauca ui u. vauik, nuu ajuu sk, uu a
IT nf P nail at 7-50 m vnr I tV... lo.t hnVnt tn tn. cmtnmKewl oom. I tftna. from March 15. to do thlS. and I maiLCrS.
ond and fourth Fridav. Visitintr sov-l ,aT, .rmi'.. h. I .n th- much of the work will have "It neither safe nor good that the
United States and the departed hero, to be done at night, therefore prop-1 leader be weal, or Diind, nr. waxxen
"The sun waa now setting. Alas! erty owners are asked not to attempt I saio. -wnere -eze u imju,
Tno ,1r waa .tfmm M I to. n.v taxes at this office after March People penan, waexe acx w wtsu.-
the name of Washington the Am- 15th, but wait until April and then ness m piace oi s-xengui, uos cms am
: :j j t m I a v,a loruy lumuon ana aeaui wxc-
t. AaM Th. tttvIW I W.W. avatt. there should be progress and life."
hnr)itnM t Via crlmnr will -iiinninafa- Citv Tax Collector.
a-- awij - , i i a-
the future ages.- T ix you ax- maxxica ju- w
No one should get married until he I see it. If you are not marrvea yro
words, I has enough money to get a divorce. wu want to see it for the same rea-
WOODMEN OF THE WORLD
reigns are always welcome.
H. B. Baxter, C. C.
Chas. ILSage. Qerk.
MARION-DUNN MASONIC LODGE
Marion-Dunn Lodge No. 19, F. & A.
M., meets on the first and third
thursday evenings of each month at
7:30 o'clock until further notice.
J. R. Dey. W. M.
B. L. Adams, Secretary.
Berlin-Jones stationery in boxes at
the Court Pharmacy. 9-6t
Someone said that the
LOVE, HONOR AND OBEY, were a
life sentence. This time they mean
None but the best fresh butter and
..1. Tl . .,;., ,. I .am naaxl in tKat rnrnimMI nnlla mafa I
Temple Theater. ltlat the Federal Bakery. of the utream. Temple today.
son that every fisherman believes that
there is better fishing on the other
OCALA EVENING STAR, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 9, 1921
Pabllahe EfF Dmr Eieept Sa47 fcy
STAB PUBLISHING COMPANY,
V OCA LA, FLORIDA.
R. R. Carroll, Preldeat
P. V. Leareageod, Seeretry-Trere
J. H. Bejinl. Editor
Entered at Ocala, Fla., postoffic as
V' fTELEPHO.VES V".'
BuUch O fflee '. Fiv-0e
Editorial Department . .Two-Sr
Sat-lef r Reporter . ; Flre-Oaa
MEMBER ASSOCIATED PRESS
' fne Associated Press la "exclusively
entitled for tbe use for republication of
all news dispatches credited to it or
' not otherwise cred'ted In this paper and
also the local news published herein,
til rights of republication of special
dispatches herein are also reserved.
passengers off in the cinders, and de declared
clared declared that it shouldn't happen again
if they could help it. As that is all
we have' been howling about, well
have to make a peace with the boys,
and hope they wont break it. It is
hard to be mad with the average
railroad man when he doesn't want
you to be. for they can all talk sweet sweet-er
er sweet-er than 100-proof -honey, which is the
reason why they cut so much ice with
the girls. We think if the Seaboard
will only lengthen, that train shed
enough for eight -cars to stand along
side of it, that the t passengers and
train men and depot; men win all be
comfortable and amicable. Perhaps
the Star has punched the boys a little
too hard, but we have found that in
dealing" with an abuse we cant obtain
much attention until we begin to
DOMESTIC SUBSCRIPTION 'RATES
One year. In advance ............ fi.ttfc
Blr months, in advance S.Oft
Three months, In advance
One month, in advance -:
ADVERTISING Ka ES
Dlaplari Plate 15 cents pr Inch for
consecutive insertions. Alternate inser
tions 2& per cent additional. Composi Composition
tion Composition charges on ads. that run less than
six times ces per Inch. Special
position 20 per cent additional. Rates
based on 4-Inch- minimum. Less tnan
lour rnches will take higher rate,
which will be furnished upon appllc-
. Uealns tfotleeat S cents per line for
first insertion; 3 cents per line for each
subsequent insertion. One change a
week allowed on readers without extra
Legal advertisements it legal rates.
Congress will meet- in special ses
sion on or about April 4th.
The Rotarian says: "Selfishness is
not constructive. The man never lived
who "got over" without first being
willing to "come across."
h Harding says that he favors help helping
ing helping the fellow -who is down, and out.
We hope that he doesn't mean by
that he will make a soft peace with
The authority of the postmaster
general 5 to withdraw mail privileges
from publications that incite disloy
alty in the army or navy has been
upheld by the United States Supreme
Court. Sure that is as it should be.
Ocala, Fla., March 3.
To Warren G. Harding,
"Washington, D. C:
Ocala sends best wishes and hopes
that you may have a successful ad
ministration. Ocala Evening Star.
The White House, Washington
March 7. 1921.
Evening Star, Ocala, Fla.:
The president has asked me to ex
press his hearty appreciation of your
kind telegram of good wishes. r
' Sincerely yours,
Geo. B. Christian Jr.,
Secretary to the President.
'-There has been a considerable in increase
crease increase ; in the, number of tourists in
the city the last few days and the
boats of the Daylight Line are carry carrying
ing carrying bigger crowds up and down the
" Oklawaha. March and April in Flor Florida
ida Florida are, generally two lovely months
if the tourists only knew it.
'"y "PeoDle who strive to -make the
"world better need not be discouraged
It is a whole lot better than it was a
hundred years, ago, and if it looks
worse now than it did seven years
ego it is only because the devil-driven
' plow of war brought to the top
Wickedness that already existed under
Maj.-Gen. .Wood is to go to the
Philippines as a special representa-
tive of the president, to make a close
'" study of conditions in the' islands. He
:"has been cautioned, it is said, not to
" encourage Filipine aspirations for in
: dependence. We fear that instead of
f "'turning. the islands loose, the United
'States will some, day spill a lot of
' good American blood holding or re reft
ft reft taking them. .
HARDING THANKS OCALA
IT IS, WE HOPE, ALL OYER
The Star has received from the
secretary of the State Railroad Com Commission
mission Commission copy of a letter sent to the
superintendent of .this division of the
Seaboard,' calling attention to the
Star of the last failure of a south southbound
bound southbound train to stop at Ocala, accord accord-in?
in? accord-in? to the snnerintendent's instrue-
Hnna. an1 aatnntr tViat snntKr mm. i
plaint would call for a formal hearing
and appropriate order.'
The -Star hopes it shall never have
to make any. more complaints.
The Star has written to the Railroad
Commission, to the effect that it be believed
lieved believed the trouble was over, also
thanking the commission for prompt
Oneida Community Silverware
We hope the policy outlined as f ol-J
lows by the Times-Union will be pur
sued by our government if our -country
has another war. The -Times-Union
"This country said to its young
men: 'You must go out and fight.' it
could just as well have used, if neces-j
sary, the power of conscripting all
classes for work. 'When' labor -de
manding higher and still higher
wages backed its demand by strike
after strike the government gave
them what they demanded or at least
compromised with them. It should
have drafted every striker and let it
he known that any demands for 'ex 'excessive
cessive 'excessive wages on account of the war
would give those who made the de demands
mands demands thirty dollars a month the
pay that the'men who were -risking
their lives received. u Demands u for
higher wages would have been unpop
ular and strikes would1 have been un unknown.
known. unknown. When a manufacturer de
manded exorbitant prices for war ma material
terial material his plant should have been seiz seized
ed seized and run by the government unti
the war ended. This would have
made exorbitant prices 'unpopular
with the plunderers. They would have
become very reasonable at once. The
government pursued this policy as to
the railroads though they were not
making unreasonable demands. It had
a3 much moral right to treat the man manufacturers
ufacturers manufacturers and "the contractors who
furnished supplies in this way as $t
had to treat the railroads -as 'thefy
were treated. If this had been done
the war taxes would 1 have 4 paid for
the war or so nearly paid for it that
our national debt by this time would
have been negligible instead of op
pressive as it is. -The f government
would have been only treating ill
action in the matter.
The interests of the railroads and
the people are identical and this paper
prefers to see them work in harmony.
And it is the easiest thing in the world
for. them to work, that way.
h The Star has been asked why it did
not attack the Atlantic Coast Line.
.Tbe people of Ocala can remember
the time when the Star carried a
broadside for the Coast Line in nearly
One day, one of the Coast Line's big
men asked the Star, if it saw anything
wrong, to write him before making a
complaint, and he would set the mat matter
ter matter straight if he could.
' The Star complied and the railroad
man kept his v word, and that is the
reason .why the Star has not kicked
on the Coast Line for years except
in one .matter which was mostly the
fault of our own people, who also re received
ceived received most of the kicks,
i Pax vobiscum. United we stand;
divided. we pull hair and throw brickbats.
F RE E
To All of Our Customers
United Certificate given with each 25-cent purchase.
ASKFOR THEM v
As this is a co-operative advertising plan conducted by the man manufacturer
ufacturer manufacturer and merchant, we are not compelled to slight our ser service
vice service or Increase our prices to give you this silverware.
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As a strengthening tonic there Is
nothing i better than Nux and Iron
Tonic Tablets, $1 per bottle of 100
tablets at Gerig's Drug Store. Guar Guarantied
antied Guarantied or money "back. tf
Published by Request of the State
Board of Health
' Wires are now being laid for the
next congressional election and cer-
tain names have ; been mentioned to
' us as prospective candidates, .but we
,,; could never support any of the par parties
ties parties as we do not believe them of con-
gressional timber, but we must have
'a man who can ; fill- Congressman
Clark's shoes, a man of great ability
and we believe that man is L. W. Du Duval,
val, Duval, of Ocala. Summerfield Chronicle.
' We judge by what he says that it
V would be difficult to induce Mr. Duval
to run. He gave most of his time
! during-the war to work for the gov government
ernment government and the Red Cross, and is
- now hard' at work trying to recoup
1 himself for .the many months during
which he made mighty few dollars for
1 his cwn interests. He can have the
Star's full and emphatic support any
time he wants to run.
! We guess the war between the Star
" and the Seaboard Air Line is over;
at'any rate both parties have buried
" the hatchet with no more -- than an
' inch or -two of the handle sticking
' out. The writer, last night, fell into
the hands of two ; Seaboard men
Conductor C. A. Marks of Tampa and
- Baggagemaster Hoke Siskof Jackson Jacksonville,
ville, Jacksonville, both running on the fastest trains
on this division, and accompanied by
' Mr. T. C. Morris of the Armor Cord
Tire Co.; who was so large and cheer-
Tul a person that we thought he was
- an" engineer on the limited. The first
J named of these gentlemen declared
the Star had been too hard on them
and their brother trainmen, and had
-"been the hardest when it said they
didnt love Ocala, which they claimed
they did, and thought it one of the
r niftiest little towns on the road. They
. owned up, however, that they had been
somewhat thoughtless in : dumping
A special from Washington say si
The announcement just made' here
that Senator Fletcher,' of Florida, is to
be a member of the democratic steer
ing committee and to act with" Sena
tor Underwood of Alabama and other
leaders in the partv in taking' tare !of
democratic interests fax the nextrCon-
gress, places the" 7 Florida 'senator
where he will be of more value" to his
home people than evn heretofore Ai
this time, with the Senate' and House
both republican and with a republican
president in the White House, it will
tax both the vigilance and the inge ingenuity
nuity ingenuity of the democratic leaders to see
that the minority gets a good showing
here during the next two years.' This,
steering committee "will meet this
week to make up the committee as assignments
signments assignments of the other-democrats In
the Senate and to arrange whatever
other details ;jnay now come up; or
which may need attention hereafter.
' Hospital -Treatment
There should be in the city, or so lo
cated as to be" accessible thereto, a
total, of ten hospital .beds to each 10,-
000 population available for persons!
infected with venereal diseases.
At. least one-half of this number of1
beds, should be available to the health
authorities for the detention and iso isolation
lation isolation of infected persons 'requiring
such treatment. Social workers should
be available for follow-up work in
connection with the hospitals.
The clinics can not take care of all
cases, jviany patients will and should
go to' a competent .physician. Some
of .these private patients will need
hospital care. In the past many hos
pitals have refused to admit any ven venereal
ereal venereal cases. But now that the cam campaign
paign campaign is on against syphilis and gon gonorrhea
orrhea gonorrhea as communicable diseases, it is
necessary; for your city and. every
other, city to have available beds
where carriers of these diseases can
be treated. 'Aside from the private
of the clinic patients will need hos hospital
pital hospital treatment.
, A 4 few patients will not take the
proper precautions under the super supervision
vision supervision of the clinic or private physic physician
ian physician and they must be dealt with by
the public health authorities, in co cooperation
operation cooperation with the police department
when 'necessary, as a danger to the
health of the community. Some hos hospital
pital hospital beds must, therefore, be avail available
able available to health authorities for the en enforced
forced enforced isolation and 'treatment of
' .'As in the case of the clinics, it is
necessary to. have' a social worker in
connection with hospitals to follow
the case after dismissal from the in institution.
stitution. institution. This follow-up is necessary
to see that treatment is continued. It
is continued treatment that makes the
difference between real cure and later
relapse with serious effects. v
'"Tour' city has not equipped itself
for the 'attack on venereal diseases
until it has some place available to
hospitalize' aU .the carriers who re require
quire require such treatment.
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STAR JOB DEPARTMENT
P. O BOX 606
LETTERHEADS. BILLHEADS, CARDS, CIRCL'LARS, FOLDERS, TIM B00KLE1S, ETC
ft- iz ft u
We never disappoint a customer on a promise.
You get the job when its due.
RalSlnQ XYiQ FarflUy U aianl anew how THAT particular soot got there rtONveyerf
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OCALA EVENING STAR. WEDNESDAY. MARCH 5. 1921
loo. MacKaye Co
Two Licensed Embalmers
Motor Funeral Cars
Private Morgue and Chapel
Day Phone 47"
Night Phone 515
G.' B. Overton, Manager
. ALL CAES
, SFFICIENT WORKMEN,
' PROMPT SERVICE
GEO. J. WILLI AMS
Formerly Carroll Motor Company
Garage, Osceola St.
Phnno fV7 f Jf svVif AMI
MR. HUTCHINS REPLY
TO MR. JVEATHERS
Editor Star: In reply to Mr. E. B.
Weathers, I will say that we bought
new machinery to the amount of
$6161.08, .that was charged to each
district one-fifth, so district No. 2 la
entitled to about $2761.38. Besides
the old worn-out truck, I had about
$5872.46 to spend. I built about four
miles of hard road and had patch work
done. Also did all Mr. Weathers ask asked
ed asked me to do, so the Lord loves a cheer cheerful
ful cheerful giver and I have given mine and
then some. Respectfully,
J. T. Hutchins.
GIVE THE DOCTOR
A BIGGER SALARY
HONOR ROLL OF THE
OCALA HIGH SCHOOL
Click-Draught, Long ia Successful
I f Use', Praised bj an Arkansas
Mother, !5oon Does
Marmaduke, Ark.' peaking of
Tkedford's Black-Drau-I t. which from
long use in her househcll has become
regarded as "the famil7 medicine,"
Mrs. Mary E. Hill, of Route U this
"Whem the children set bilious, I
give them a couple of gc ')d doses, and
when we hare sour sten ch, headache,
r any liver or stomach" trouble, we
juso Black-Draught. It is an easy laxa laxa-t
t laxa-t tire, and soon does th work. I cer certainly
tainly certainly think It Is one of the best rem remedies
edies remedies made."
j t Black-Draught acts on the jaded
liver, gently, but positively, and helps
It in Its important finsrt'on of throw throw-'
' throw-' lng out waste materials and poisons
f from the system. .,
--.In thousands of Leaseholds. Black-
Draught is kept hsndy for immediate
Vse in time of neeJ. .Prompt treatment
often Is half tbe battle, and win often
-prevent sliglit ills from developing in in-"
" in-" to serious troubles.
; Its well-established merit, during
yjnore than 70 years of successful use,
, should convince you of the .helpful
" effects obtainable by taking Black Black-"pDraught"
"pDraught" Black-"pDraught" for liver- tad stomach dis
" 5 orders. Get a ji-u- agu today, and
keep it in yo.tr bu-ise. See that
- tlie package br-- s the words,
rThedford'a Black-Lccn t" NO-141.
The following is the honor roll of
the Ocala High School for the fifth
Fourth Grade: Paul Theus, Eliza
beth Dickson, William Edwards, Billy
Knight, Frances Ballard,. Hazel Liv
ingston, Howard Clark.
Fifth Grade: Lillian Leak.
Sixth Grade: Dora Burnett, Harry
Shephard, Lucile Home, Willie Huck Huck-aby,
aby, Huck-aby, Anita Chazal, Harry McDavid,
Frank Ditto, Lanas Troxler," Harold
Knight, Jonnie Lou Potter, Mamie
Sue Spencer, Martha Preer, Lucretia
Hocker, Amy Long.
Seventh Grade: George Jordan,
Marie Snowden, Sara Scott, Mabel
Tobleske, James Hardee, Leslie Wag
rer Myra Baxter, Natalie Minshall,
Frances Green, H. M. Baxter.
EASTER AT EUREKA
There will be an Easter program at
the Eureka Baptist church on Sunday,
March 27th, 1921. Dinner will .be
served picnic style, so every one come
and bring' full baskets. Rev. J. C.
Boatwright of Anthony will preach in
the morning of- that day, while the
program will be rendered at 2 o'clock'
p.m. An Easter egg hunt will be
given the children after the exercises.
CARD OF THANKS
Where a delicate organ
u J v liable.
like the ey i
DR, K. J. VE:3E,
Optometrist ar.l Optician
Eyesight ip,?': !ist
; Nunnally's and Light's Candies
educed to ONE DOLLAR the pound,
it Gerig's Drug Store. ti
We wish to extend to our many
friends of Oxford, Pedro, Sardls, Al Al-toona,
toona, Al-toona, Rodman and Summerfield our
heartfelt thanks and appreciation for
so many deeds of kindness and words
of comfort-during the long and con
tinued illness and death of our hus
band and father, Wm. Laban Martin.
Especially do 'we thank our near
neighbors and family physicians for
their unceasing help and kindness
through the last weeks of his sickness.
Mrs. W. L. Martin.
C. Grady Martin.
Mrs. C. Grady Martin.
Wilton F. Martin.
Julia Ella Martin.
A new lot of Powder Puffs just in
at Gerig's Drug Store. if
- : 1
Tailoring for Easter Sunday
You will want new clothes for Easter.
Make sure they're Pure Wool and
Hand Tailored; Then you're sure of
satisfaction and best wearir service: ;
Highest Quality Merchant Tailoring at
Lowest Prices. Call in and see the
exceptional values we have for Easter.
"We. are not satisfied unless you are
Mr. Joe L. Earman, president of the
state board of health, and Dr. Ralph
N. Greene, state health officer of Flor
ida, have recently been to Tallahas
see, where they had a conference with
Governor Hardee relative to state
board of health activities.
It has been known for some time
that Dr. Greene has been desirous of
retiring from public medical service
for ther purpose of entering private
practice in the city of Jacksonville as
specialist in the treatment of ner
vous and mental diseases. Because
of these having been inaugurated
certain programs which are still in incomplete,
complete, incomplete, the state board of health of
Florida has deemed it inadvisable to
elect a successor for Dr. Green at this
time and all the members of the
present board have urged him to remain.
It is the opinion of the board and
all familiar with state board of health
activities that it is advisable for Dr.
Greene to continue in his present posi
tion as state health officer of Florida,
and it is very probable that he would
succeed himself except for the fact
that the salary of the state health of
ficer has never been increased. This
salary, which is $3000 per annum
was adequate 30 years ago when the
law was enacted. In this day and
time this amount is not fair compen
sation for a professional man of
ability as the average income of all
doctors, including those in rural dis districts,
tricts, districts, exceeds that of the state
health officer of Florida.
Governor Hardee has requested Dr.
Greene to continue as state health of
ficer of Florida until the legislature
convenes it being the desire-of the
governor that Dr. Greene appear be before
fore before the public health committee of
the senate, and house of representa
tives of the Florida legislature for the
purpose of fully informing these com committees
mittees committees as to future activities and ap
propriations necessary for the Flor
ida state board of health..
Dr. Greene first entered the state
medical service of Florida as assist assistant
ant assistant physician at the Florida Hospital
for the Insane and after one year was
made chief of the medical staff, which
position he occupied for seven years
During his term of service at the
State Hospital for the Insane, the in-
stituion made remarkable improve
ment and was elevated to an enviable
position 'as compared with state hos
Upon the call of the president of
the United States for the mobilization
of National Guard troops on the Mex
ican Doraer, ur. ureene, who was a
medical officer in the Florida National
Guard, promptly resigned his position
at the state hospital in Chattahoochee
and served in the field hospital of Col
Raymond C. Turck for a period of
eight months on the Mexican border.
Upon return to Jacksonville and fol
lowing discharge from 'the federal
service, war was declared with Ger
many and Dr. Greene again tendered
his services to the Army Medical De
partment and was appointed major.
medical corps. He served during the
entire emergency and was finally
made clinical director for all nervous
and mental work of the Southern De
partment of the army. While occupy
ing this position and without knowl
edge of same, Dr. Greene was ap
pointed state health officer of Florida
and abandoned an army career to take
up this important work. During his
term of service as state health officer
of Florida, Dr. Greene has been ten tendered,
dered, tendered, the superintendency of one of
the Louisiana state hospitals and was
tendered an appointment as medical
superintendent of the new Georgia
state hospital located near Augusta,
Ga., and was commissioned as cap captain,
tain, captain, Medical Corps, U. S. A. regular
medical department, all of which he
declined. Dr. Green consented to act
as consultant in nervous and mental
diseases for the United States govern government
ment government for Florida and South Georgia,
and has served in this capacity for
The progress of the state board of
health is regarded as having been
rather remarkable because of the con constructive
structive constructive results obtained and because
of the present administration of the
state board of health having secured
from sources other than from the
state i unas, tne expenditure oz ap
proximately $200,000 in public health
work, all ox which has resulted in
there being probably more money in
the state treasury to the credit of the
state board of health of Florida than
any other board or state department.
Dr. Greene was elected state health
officer of Florida for a period of four
years from June, 1919. He will open
his offices in Jacksonville for the
practice of his specialty at an early
"Cuttinr a wiU
th in tar walk mi life
mean that you mast hmm rood
blood, stsady urn 9 and atrangta in
Chatham. Va, "1 was so weak aad
run-down last spring that I could not
work two hoars without sittlajr dowm
in th field and resting. I seat and
got a bottle of Dr. Pleroa's Ooklen
Medical Discovery, it did me so muck
good that I sent for tkroo more bot bottles.
tles. bottles. After taking thesa I felt like a
new man. I do believo that if it had
not been for this medidao I would
have had to giro up work. J. R.
TATE. R. F. D. Si
All druggists. Liquid or tablets.
COULDNT SEE IT AT ALL
Youth Maoa No Sort of Hit by CoVn.
paring His Sweetheart -to tho
Statue of Ubarty.
Yesterday everything had been hap happy.
py. happy. Tonight they sat at the extreme
ends of the sofa.
In unbroken si silence.
lence. silence. Harold could
not fathom the
cause. Had he
not written a
poem In her
. -Mr. Holt." said
Ethel at length,
-do you know that the feet of the
Statue of Liberty, in New York har harbor,
bor, harbor, measure sixtxeen feet five
-So I have heard."
-The waist is thirty-five feet round."
she continued, giving him an icy
stare. The nose is four feet six
inches long; the mouth is a yard
across: the thickness ef the head is
ten feet. Did you know these facta T"
-Then win you kindly explain," she
demanded frigidly, "why you state in
your poem that I remind you of the
Statue of Liberty r
UC3 PC2QE LOST
Meal and Grits ....... 7 Iha, 25c; 15 lbs, 5c
Whole Rice 10 lha, t&9
31ne Rose Rice.... ...... ......3 Ibe 25c. 6ft lbs, 50c, 15 lbs, SLC3
No. 2 Tomatoes 2 for 25c, 3 for 35c, 6 for 3c
Lard Compound ......per pound, 15c
Pure Lard (bulk) ..1 lb, 25c, 2 lbs, 45c, 5 lbs, 3L60
Argo Starch, Octagon Soap, P. & G. Soap.. 3 for 25c, 1 decern for S5c
Irish Potatoes'. per pec&t 5c
Sugar Cane Syrup, drawn from barrel, qt, 25c, YjGmL, 45c, 1 GaL, S5e
Sealed Sugar Cane Syrup qt. cans 40c, 2 cans for 75c
Navy Beans 3 lbs. for 25c
Lima Beans. .2 lbs. for 25c
Fresh Eggs, all guaranteed, at market prices.
Henry Clay and Apex Flour, the best plain and Self Rising Flour
Klim in 1-lb, 2V4-lb. and 5-Ib packages, i
Armour's Fertilizer and all kinds of feed.
We d est undercharge on one item and overcharge on another,
but make each thing carry its own profit. Can it be fair any other
way? Our delivery service is for you to use; it does not cost yea
any more if you order amounts to $1.00 or more
FARRIERS' EXCHANGE STORE
Merchants Block Phone 163
Strange Marriage Customs.
A very odd marriage ceremony takes
place in Afghanistan Just after one of
Afghanistan's brown daughters weda
Then a number of men In weird masks
surround the bridegroom's house, and
after that a dozen or so men clad in
black, with skeletons outlined on theli
skin-tight garb, dance frantically
round the figure of a woman stretched
on the ground.
This is to teach the bride what will
happen to her if she seeks affinities ei
does not conduct herself with propel
decorum towards her husband's moth mother;
er; mother; what will happen te her if she
does not conduct herself with propel
decorum towards -her husband: thej
indicate will be far worse.
This is the naive Afghsnlstan man manner
ner manner of teaching women their propel
places and making them properlj
CIVIL EAGINEERSiAND SURVEYORS
Licensed under the laws of theState of Florida
' Surveys Plats Reports
Highways Drainage phosphate
CapL Edward Drake is associated
with us and in charge of our Phos Phosphate
phate Phosphate Mine and P)ant Department.
Olllces, 33-34 Holder BIdg.
Phone No. 543
T ... NJ
TEE WMBSOIR HOTEL
' JACKSONVILLE, CXeORIDA
In the heart of the city with Hemming Park for 4t front yard.
Every modern convenience in each room. Dining room service It
second t none
ROBERT Al MEYER,
J. E. KAVANAUGH
120 S. Uaia SU cp s&rs
Room No. One
Get your candy at the old price of
one dollar per pound at Gerig's Drug
Store. Nunnally's and Liggett's. tf
Don't fail to visit the Guarantee
Clothing & Shoe Company. Every Every-hmg
hmg Every-hmg we tell is guaranteed. We're
.ghting for QUALITY not prices, tf
World's Biggest Chinaman.
Sergeant Ting-u-Wang is the biggest
Chinaman in the world, and one of the
earth's tallest men. ) Wang, who is
twenty years old, stands seven and a
half feet in his socks, and is built In
proportion. He served three years in
France as a coolie in the Chinese
labor corps. Meet of the time he act acted
ed acted as escort to the German prisoner!
as they were moved back from the
front lines. He never lost s prisoner,
his enormous size and strength strik striking
ing striking terror la the hearts of the cap captives.
tives. captives. When peace came Wang hoped
to be engaged as s body guard te some
rich European or American, but ne
each Individual apparently needing his
services he has decided te go back tt
his farm In Manchurls.
farm and garden machine
A farm and garden machine ef
great ingenuity is new being tested in
the south of England.., Its function Is
to bestow s pick-me-up of the cheap cheapest
est cheapest and most stimulating sort to everj
seed put into the ground. -
As It Is drawn along tt punctures
nttle hole, drops in s single seed from
one cylinder, and simultaneously a
pinch of artificial manure from anoth another.
er. another. The hole Is immediately filled in,
and from a third cylinder falls a pinch
of powdered lime, rhlcn encourages
the beneficent bacteria that assist
If hopes are Justified, the machine
would save a fourth) of the usual
amount of seed and an Immense deal
of, artificial manure.
Unclassified ads. gets results.
FIfc Prices Reduced
; DIAMOND Non-Skid, 30x3. $J 7 ft ft
old price $20.00. now..... 911 -VU
' DIAMOND llain, 30x3, QIC ftft
old price $17.60,-now..... vltMil,
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.
JAS. ENGESSER, Proprietor.
Phone 258 West Broadway
C. V. ROBERTS. Phone 305
BARNEY SPENCER, Phone 431
ROBERTS & SPENCER
Funeral Directors and Embalmers
Private Morgue and Chapel. Personal Service to all.
Motor Equipment. Coffins and Caskets Delivered..
Office Phone 350
217 West Broadway
ONE OF FLORIDA'S DEST GARAGES
Expert Repairs Tires Gas and Ca
Main Street, Opposite Foundry - OCALa, FLORIDA q
oCALa evening star; Wednesday, march 9. wn
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JU JJJ MJ
If yon have any society items for
the Star, please call five-one.
Left by mistake in my car, some
groceries, owner can pnone zt. y-3t
Get your Easter dyes early at the
Court Pharmacy. Phone 284. 9-Ct
Mr. Alcorn's airplane, the "Keen
Kutter," damaged in an attempted
flight at the Anthony farms last
week, was shipped today to an aero aerodrome
drome aerodrome in Tennessee, where it will
soon be put in order again.
Dont fail to visit the Guarantee
Cothing & Shoe Company. Every
thing we sell is guaranteed. We're
fighting for QUALITY not prices, tf
Eddie Armstrong and Mrs. Wells
A LITTLE BIT OF MUSIC
MR. ALBERT LESTER LUCAS
ONE OF THE BEST
T. B. KING
. '" : : IN A ;
Sensational Balancing Act
GODFREY and DAVIS
: '. '.. IN A ',
The proceeds ol this performance are for the benefit
of the. Marion County Post of the American Legion
Don't Miss This Attraction at the Armory
Doors Open at 7 P. M.
Admission 50c and 75c
Chas. E. Taylor of Tampa, formerly
of Ocala, is visiting Reese Hunnicutt
for a few days.
C-i-n-n-a-m-o-n R-o-l-l-s, the most
I nutritious food you can eat. They are
made by the Federal Bakery. 9-6t
Mr. and Mrs. F. C MacCreHis of
New Bedford, Mas& are visiting
their niece, Mrs. H. S. Wesson. Mr,
MacCreHis is interested in the manu
facture of brushes, being connected
with the famous Fuller Brush Co. He
is investigating the value of the saw
palmetto as fiber plant.
Prof. James Leslie, after a few
days' visit in Ocala, has returned to
I his home in BushnelL.
There's no extra charge for clean clean-ng
ng clean-ng your fish at the city fish market.
Phone 158. : 1 tf
In the good old days girls were so
blinded by the Love and Honor stuff
that the' Obey slipped in. Afterwards
well, the. returns are about
same, IJN or Uul.
Mrs. J. B. Hayes left this morning
I for Jacksonville, where' she will spend
a few weeks visiting friends
Nux and Iron Tablets will tone up
the sytsem and give you strength.
Bottles of 100 at one dollar each at
Gerig's Drug Store. tf
Mrs. Annie Van Deman returned
today from Green Springs, where she
I has been spending two weeks.
Some men believe that their wives
need a beating every so often but
they don't live up to their opinions. It
Mr, and Mrs. Frank Durand and
daughters, Dorothy and Virginia of
Yalaha, are visitors to the city.
They're good to the "last bite" the
cinnamon rolls made by the Federa
Bakery. 1 9-6t
There will be a special Easter pro
gram given in the Methodist church
March 24. Watch for the program
.WHITE STSm LIWE
Negotiable' Storage Receipts Issued on Cotton, Automobile, Etc
LONG DISTANCE U0V1NG
r V 7 V
MOVE, PACK, SHIP
Strisburc. Ya. "Some years ago I
poor health, was
could do me no
and I felt
husband said to
ing with these
doctors and try Dr. Pierce's Favorite
i"recriptlonr I did-so. with won wonderful
derful wonderful results before the first botlle
was finisfced. 1 used three botites.
also the 'Pleasant Tellets', and have
been healthy eer sine. I can
highly recommend these medicines
to all who need them." MRS. S. C.
Send 10c to Dr. Pierce's Invalids
Hotel In Buffc.lo.-N. Y for a trial
package of the Prescription Tablets.
WANTED, LOST. FOUND, FOB
SALE, FOR RENT AND SIM SIMILAR
ILAR SIMILAR LOCAL NEEDS.
Rates: Six lines, maximum, one tine
23c: three times. 50c; six tines, 75c;
one month, $3. Payable in advance.
The friends of Mr. Thomas Duebel
the iwi11 be interested to hear of his mar-
Itjriage on March 2nd to Mrs. Fannie
Reeder of Louisville, Ky. Mr. and Mrs.
JIIERO-COLA WOODYARD-rWe are
prepared to furnish oak or pise
wood' for either stove or fireplace
on short notice. We deliver your
money's worth promptly. Give us a
trial order. Chero-Cola Woodyard,
phone 167. 26-lm
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 Sta,
Phone 112. 2-22 -tf
Following were among the visitors
in the city, yesterday: Mrs. Mary A.
Westbrook, Hernando; Mrs. Susie
Sanders. Hernando: F. S. French.)
Belleview; Dr. E. F. Mitchell, Morris-1 dent of Ocala, and his friends are glad
ton; Mrs. C. P. Davis, Summerfield; welcome him and his bride to the
Arthur G. Morris, representing the Cltv and
ii r i o i f- t -l I time the
Duebel arrived in Ocala yesterday
and are staying with the former's sis
ter, Mrs. Mary Gillen on South Fifth I
street. Mr. Duebel was a former resirJFOR SALE OR TRADE One 8-roora
FOR SALE Twenty million Living Living-.
. Living-. ston Globe tomato plants at $2 per
1000. Livingston true blue seed. In
5000 lots cr more, $L50 per 1000.
Wauchula Plant Farm, Wauchula,
to know. that after a Bhort
Allen Dental Supply Co
of Jackson- tme they expect to make their home
near Summerfield. The Star extends
its congratulations ar.d best wishes to
The "Variety" is a new package of Mr. and Mrs. Duebel.
Norris Candies on sale here. Sixteen;
varieties in each package. The Court
Pharmacy. Phone 284. 9-6t
ORDER OF EASTERN STAR
Mis. McCuen and Mrs. Methvin,
who have been wintering at Eastlake,
spent the day in Ocala yesterday, en J
route xor tneir nome in Atlanta. iney
left early this mo'rning to take the
daylight trip down the Oklawaha. In
June 'Mrs. McCuen and Mrs. Methvin
expect to return to spend the summer
at their home at Woodmar. :
Ocala Chapter No. 29. 0. 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.
LOVE, HONOR AND OBEY has
been translated into many languages
now it is translated into a picture
everyone should see. It
The "Variety" is a new package of
Norris Candies on sale here. Sixteen
varieties in each package. The Court
Pharmacy. Phone 284. 9-6t
Norris'- Candies are the best and
can be had only at the Court Pharma Pharmacy.
cy. Pharmacy. Phone 284. f 9-6t
Mrs. Lewis Shepherd has returned
to Ocala after a week's visit with her
sister, Mrs. Charles S. Lloyd' in Jack Jacksonville.
As the wholesalers come down, so
do we. Delicious Martha Washington
candy at '90 cents a pound at THE
VOGUE. Phones 580 or 558. 22-tf
Mrs. S. F. Sanders returned yester
day from a two weeks' pleasant visit
with her son, Mr. L. S. Sanders and
family at Brooksville."
You can always get fresh or salt
water fish,- oysters, shrimp, etc., at
the City Fish Market on Fort King
avenue. Phone 158. tf
Read the Star Want Ads. It pays
Among the out of town visitors
noted in town today were Mrs. W. F.
Franks of Romeo, Mr. Dell ;Moody of
Oklawaha and Mr. and Mrs. B. C.
Webb of Kendrick.
Miss Wright of the Children's Home
in Jacksonville, arrived in Ocala last
night and will return today in charge
of three little girls, aged four, seven
and nine years, known as the Horn
children, living in North Ocala. The
mother of these children died last
year, leaving a large family. The
father has been sick and was unable
to give them the necessaries of life.
The case was brought to the notice of
the probation officer, Mr. M. M. Little,
who immediately took them in charge
and they were committed by the juve
nile court to the care of the Children's
Home in Jacksonville. Already this
institution has homes in which to
place these children where they will
lead useful lives.
You will be more than delighted
when you try a box of our delicious
Log Cabin Candy, and our Martha
Washington Candy. THE VOGUE is
at your service. Phone 580 or 658 for
quick delivery of our QUALITY ICE
No one is ever too old to promise to
LOVE, HONOR AND OBEY nor is
I anyone too old to see it. Temple to today,
day, today, it
Mr. Peter Burkhardt, A. C. L. yard-
master, has returned from the rail
road hospital at Waycross, feeling
much better, but hardly able to re resume
sume resume his duties yet.
While in Ocala stop at 113 Magno
lia street and see the New Domestic
Kerosene Burner; fit in any stove. 6t
Mrs. Spraghigh and Mrs. Home,
who have been staying at the home
I of Mrs. T. M. Moore, have been called
home unexpectedly, and left today for
Maine. They expect to return early
in the fall for the winter.
A. E. GERIG
a vrvrvain mm m nrrtvn
FIRE VAlYlilflia FtlimUE.1
111 W. Broadway
W. K. Lane, M. D., physician" and
surgeon, specialist eye, ear, nose and
throat. Office over 5 and 10 cent store,
Ocala, Fla. Adv. tf
PRACTICAL CARPENTER AN I J
Careiul estimates made on all con contract
tract contract ork. Gives more and better
work fir the money than any other
contractor in the city.
Dont fail to visit the Guarantee
Clothing & Shoe Company Every
thing we sell is guaranteed. We're
fighting for QUALITY not prices, tf
The American Legion boys are go
ing to give a very fine performance at
the Armory tomorrow night, and the
public should show its appreciation by
giving them a full house. It's going to
be a good show, and all who go will
receive more than their money's
Norris' Candies are the best and
can be had only at the Court Pharma Pharmacy.
cy. Pharmacy. Phone 284. 9-6t
& LET US BUILD YOU A
5 Select your, own lot and
plans. lerms: halt cash,
balance like rent Call and
2$ talk it over with us.
RAY I THOMSON
Abstract Building ".
house with all modern conveniences,
in high class neighborhood, with
plenty of shade trees and other
shrubbery; large garage, small
garden under cultivation; close to
both primary, and high schools.
Also one 5-room bungalow in the
same reighborhoo1, under same
conditions. Also two 4-room bunga bungalows
lows bungalows with nice lots, on paved street
in northeastern part of city, Also
two ots in North Birmingham with
wooden building, store with 6-rooxn
flat containing all modern conven conveniences,
iences, conveniences, rents for 55 a month; lot
- large enough for another store and
two bungalows. Will trade or sell
this property in part or as a whole,
subject to mortgages. Will trade for
first class farm in Florida, Marion
county preferred. These properties
have $10,000 to $12,000 value. Ap Apply
ply Apply to C. M. Livingston, Ocala
House, for the next ten days. 4-6t
PLANT NAPIER GRASS NOW
Price .$2 per hundred settings. For
particulars see or address, F. W.
Ditto, Ocala. Fla.. 5-6t
LOST Light red milk cow; heart
' brand on right hip and side; short
rope attached; white spot one fore forehead.
head. forehead. Send information to "J" care
Star office. . 7-t
NEEDUAM MOTOR CO.
General Auto Repairing
, Gasoline, Oils and Grease
' USED CARS FOR SALE
Cars Washed y...'.....i$1.00
Cars Polished ; -50
Oklawaha Ave. & Orange St
The library board held its regular
monthly meeting last evening at the
library. The librarian reported 6935
books in the library, 1835 books loan
ed during the month of February,
with the total number of cards issued
to members, 2000. A letter was read
from Mr. Marrow, librarian at Jack
sonville, asking the local library
board if it would be convenient for the
State Library Association to meet in
Ocala the last of this month or the
first of April. At this meeting a
draft of a bill that is to be presented
to the legislature is to be indorsed.
The bill has already been en endorsed
dorsed endorsed by the State Federation of
Women's Clubs. On account of the
scarcity and inability to obtain ac
commodations at our local hotels and
boarding houses, the public is asked
if it will open its homes and if so will
those desirous of entertaining the li librarians
brarians librarians kindly notify Miss Louise
Gamsby, librarian, at the public li library,
brary, library, immediately as a definite an
swer must be given in the next two
' 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
you want. Time for dinner 11 a. m. to
2:30 p. m. Owned and operated by
FURNISHED ROOMS For rent for
light housekeeping. Apply at No.
120 North Sanchez street, 'or phone
WANTED A two or three-room fur-
nished flat. M. Volgaris, P. O. box.
346, Ocala. 7-3t
FOR SALE-Scotch- Collie pup. Bet Bet-tie,
tie, Bet-tie, 10 weeks old. Subject to regis registration.
tration. registration. Price $15. C W. Moremen,
phone 298. 8-3 1'
FOR SALE A Singer sewing, ma machine
chine machine with motor, almost new. Ap Apply
ply Apply to Miss L. Gamsby, at Carnegie
Library, or Star office. 8-6t
FOR SALE Second hand roofing,
lumber, etc, for quick sale. E. M.
OCALA LODGE No. 286. 3. P. O. EL
The Wireless Signal
II you are In Distress
don't fail lo signal us
We are always on
Ocala House Block
Ocala Lodge No. 286, Benevolent
and Protective Order of Elks, meets
the second and 'fourth Tuesday eve eve-rings
rings eve-rings of each month. Visiting breth brethren
ren brethren always welcome. Lodge rooms
upstairs over Troxler's and the Book
ihop, 113 Main street.
, C Y. Miller. E. EL
Make your wants known by adver-"
OH! MY BACK!
Advertise In the Star.
Others are being restored to health
and happiness by the treatment. Why
not you? DR. KIPLING ER,
3-4-2teod Ocala House.
The Tuesday afternoon at homes,"
given by the Woman's Club, for all
visitors in the city, continue very
popular and are looked forward to
with a great deal of pleasure by those
passing through and others spending
the winter here.' Yesterday quite a I r. Greene Co. drugstore. A cordial
number took advantage of the open ( velcorae to visiting brothers,
house day. ; Several tables of cards j Tom Proctor, C. C
were arranged for out of town guests. 1 Chas. K. Sage, K. of R. 4 S.-
Tulula Lodge No. 22, L O. O.
ueets every Tuesday evening at the
Odd Fellows hall at the corner of
Fort King Ave. and Osceola street. A
warm welcome always extended to
T. C Carter, N. G,
H. R. Luff man. Secretary.
KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS
Ocala Lodge No. 19. Conventions
held every Monday evening at 7:30
o'clock at the castle hall, over the G.
C. Cecil Bryant
Room 22 Holder Block
- PHONE 195 OR 332 .
The ExDression of Many a Kidney
Sufferer in Ocala
A stubborn backache is cause to
snsDect kidnev trouble. When the
kidnevs are inflamed and swollen,
stooping brings a sharp twinge in the
small of the back, that almost taxes
the breath away. Doan's Kidney Pills
revive sluggish kidneys relieve ach aching
ing aching backs. Ask your neighbor. Here's
Mrs. Alice Vogt, 814 S. Fourth SU
says: "I had been troubled consider considerable
able considerable with my back and kidneys. My
back hurt me most when I was on my
feet any length of time and often
languid spells came over me. Doan's
helped me as soon as I began to use
them, and soon effected a lasting cure.
I always praise this medicine to any anyone
one anyone I hear complaining of their kid kidneys."
neys." kidneys." Price 60c, at all dealers. Dont
simply ask for a kidney remedyr-get
Doan's Kidney. Pills the same that
Mrs. Vogt had. Foster-Milburn Co.,
Mfra,. Buffalo, N. Y- Adv. 7
Arrival and departure of passenger
trarns at OCALA UNION STATION.
The following schedule figures pub published
lished published as Information and not guar guaranteed.
anteed. guaranteed. (Eastern Standard Time)
SEABOARD A IK, LINE RAILROAD
2:15 am Manatee- 4:05
:15 am Tampa 2:10 1
2:15 am' Manatee- 4:17 pa
JOo pm Tampa-St. PetrsLrg 4:17 pta
ATLANTIC COAST LINE B. B.
2:12 pm Jacksonrille-NTork 2:48 am
1:45 pm Jksonville-Gainsville 3:S5pst
6:42 am Jksonville-Gnesville 10:13 pa
2:43 am S LP etabrg -Lake land 2:12 ta
3:35 pm St.Petabrg-Lakeland 1:25 prx
7:10 am Dunnellon-Wilcox
7:2 am Dunellon-Lkeland 11:03 ts&Ji
3:2S pm Homosassa 1:30 pa
10:13pm Leesburg. 6:42 aa
1 :45 pm liainesvuje
Monday, Wednesday, Friday.
"Tnesdav. Thursday. Saturday-
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