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OCALA, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, MARCH 10. 1921
Government, We Hope, is About to
Down One of Its Greatest
; Washington, March 10. The Con Congressional
gressional Congressional Record came out today as
a one-sheet dodger. The Senate pro proceedings
ceedings proceedings yesterday took just about
300 words to report. The chaplain and
Senator Lodge were the only con contributors
tributors contributors and the confirmation of
Theodore Roosevelt as assistant secre secretary
tary secretary of the navy was the only business
CRISSINGER FOR CONTROLLER
. Dr. R. Crissinger, an attorney and
banker of Marion, Ohio, and a life lifelong
long lifelong friend of Mr. Harding, was nomi nominated
nated nominated as comptroller of the currency
today by the president.
Advocates and opponents of ratifi ratification
cation ratification hoped to reach a definite agree agreement
ment agreement today on whether the Colombian
treaty should be. taken up' at the pres present
ent present extra session of the Senate or ac action,
tion, action, deferred until the special session
of Congress in April.
TREATY .DEFERRED TILL APRIL
An agreement to defer action on the
Colombian treaty until the April ex extra
tra extra session of Congress and to vote
upon the treaty the eighth day after
Congress convenes was reached today
by the Senate.
PANAMA WILL BE SPANKED
' Panama has refused to accept the
White award as a basis' of peace with
BIG FIRE IN BROOKLYN
- New York, March 10. Fire broke
out today at the Standard Oil Com Company
pany Company plant in Brooklyn. Four tanks
are reported to have exploded, endan
gering others. The plant covers a
large area. Efforts to draw off the
oil from other thanks were made when
the wind seemed blowing the flames
Oxford, March 10. The farmers
here are stirring early and late these
days, planting various crops of which
the watermelon leads them all. Some
of our progressive farmers have wa
termelons up with as many as five or
six leaves, which .is a sure sign of
early melon's in this section.
Miss Nadine O'Bryant is now at
tending school at Madison.
Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Hooks and Mrs.
Hooks' mother, Mrs. J. C. Stapp'of
Oxford, paid a visit to Webster last
Dr. G. W. Wood, general manager
of the Oxford Drug Co., is making
things shine by giving the store
building a few coats of white paint.
He is making many improvements to
- The old store building formerly
owned by Mr. Kinard of Leesburg has
been rented by Mr. Potter, and turned
into a first class beef market.
The hearts of the citizens around
here-were gladdened to learn that
work has begun on the lower end of
the road, constructing a 16-foot as asphalt
phalt asphalt road which passed directly thru
Oxford. This road will extend clear
through the county from line to line line-Miss
Miss line-Miss DeWitte of Minnesota is
finishing out the term of our school
acting as teacher for the 7th and 8th
grades. She is a capable teacher and
is liked very much b ythe patrons.
Two deaths have occurred here in
he last few days. Mrs. Lum Perry
was taken to the 'haven of rest very
suddenly Thursday, February 24th,
and Rev. WT. L. Martin was attended
by the death angel to that holy city
on Saturday, February 26th, afte 11
months of a lingering illness.
Miss Jarret Scott, who had a po
sition as clerk in a store at Sumter-
ville, is now at home with her parents,
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Scott.
air. DecKer oi vnicago, wno pur purchased
chased purchased a farm from Mr. C. Grady
Martin of the E. A. Sttrout Farm
Agency here, is now remodeling the
building on his place and making out
of it a very attractive little bungalow.
SUGAR SATURDAY AND MONDAY
12 pounds of sugar for one dollar,
with a dollar's worth of other groc groceries
eries groceries for cash, Saturday and Monday
- nly. Phone 377.
dly-3t-tf H. B. WHITHNGTON.
FRENCH Ml Oil
No Salvation for Europe Until Amer America
ica America Joins the League of
Paris, March 10. It was stated at
the-foreign office today that negotia negotiations
tions negotiations are under way between the
French embassy in Washington and
the state department in an effort to
induce Harding to favor acceptance
of a modified league of nations.
OFFICIALS ARE RETICENT
Washington, March 10 Adminis Administration
tration Administration officials withheld comment on
the French foreign office statement
that the French embassy is negotiat
ing for aceptance of a modified league
of nations. The impression was given
however that the initiative in any
such development rented entirely with
the French government and in any
events the matter had not yet reached
the state of negotiations.
FATE OF PETROGRAD
IN THE BALANCE
Reports Coming Out of Russia are
Conflicting and Very
(Associated' Press j
London, March 10. Reports from
Russia regarding the revolution
against the sovie't regime continue
obscure and conflicting. One Helsing Helsing-fors
fors Helsing-fors dispatch' states that the Russian
agency there issued a statement that
the fate of Petrograd was still in the
balance, and denying that revolution'
ary troops were occupying three-
quarters of the city.
CARDINAL DAUGHERTY IN
THE SACRED COLLEGE
Rome, March 10. Cardinal Daugh-
erty of Philadelphia and two others
were formally received today into the
sacred college at the Vatican.
OBEYED THEIR UNCLE
San Jose, March 10. Demobiliza Demobilization
tion Demobilization of the Costa Rican army, which
crossed the Panama frontier and
drove the forces of that country back
has been ordered by the government.
THOUSAND CHINKS WENT
TO DAVY JONES LOCKER
Amoy, China, March 10, One thou thousand
sand thousand persons were drowned when the
steamship Hong Moh was wrecked off
Swatow March 3rd, according to d
tails of the wreck just received here.
The vessel struck the rocks and sunk
immediately. There were but few life lifeboats
boats lifeboats on board and no wireless. The
steamer was a coolie carrier, bound
from Eingapore for Amoy with 1200
ASSOCIATION OF OAK
The Parent-Teachers Association of
the Oak school met at the school
house Tuesday afternoon at 3:30.
There were 35 parents present. The
first part of the program consisted of
familiar songs, sung by the parents
and the children. Following this.
Miss Olive Jones talked to the boys
and girls on the value of regular at
tendance in school. Then a short bus
iness meeting ensued, in which the
parents decided to meet the first
Thursday afternoon of each month.
After the meeting refreshments, con
sisting of hot chocolate and cake were
served by the high school pupils.
These meetings are""greatly enjoyed
by all who attend them and the asso-
caition is growing in interest and
OAK PATRONS TO GIVE
AN OYSTER SUPPER
The patrons of the Oak school will
give an oyster supper at the school
house Thursday evening, March 10th.
The proceeds will be for the schoo
and the Near East Relief fund. They
cordially invite all to attend. Oysters
will be served in every style.
The "Variety" is a new package of
Norris Candies on sale here. Sixteen
varieties in each package. The Court
Pharmacy. Phone 284. 9-6t
Sentilla Cigars will suit your taste.
Florida Women Must Pay PoU Tax
and Can't Serve as Jurors Until
Statute is Changed
Tallahassee, March 10. Florida
women are not qualified as legal elec electors
tors electors until they have paid their poll
tax, neither are they eligible for jury
duty within the state until the legis-
ature changes the statute defining
the qualification of a juror,according
to an opinion by Attorney General
UNLESS SHE LOST A LIMB IN
One paragraph of Mr. Buford's
"The effect of the nineteenth
amendment upon the statute of Flor Florida
ida Florida defining the qualification of elec electors,
tors, electors, simply was to eliminate the
word 'male.' It is therefore my opin
ion that a woman who is more than
21 years of age and under 55 years of
age, and who has not lost a limb in
battle, must pay a-poll tax to qualify
as a legal elector.
EDITORS IN SESSION
' IN ST. AUGUSTINE
St. Augustine, March 10. The bus
iness sessions of the National Edito
rial Association convention got under
way here today, the members of that
body arriving last night from Jack
sonville, after spending three days en
route from Pensacola, where they en
tered the state. The business sessions
will continue through Saturday.
RUBE ALLYN RESUMES
HIS WORK TODAY
Bradentown, March 10. Rube Al
lyn, after spending sixty-one days in
jail here, charged with the murder of
Harry Higel and released yesterday
when the grand jury failed to find a
true bill for lack of evidence, left by
automobile for Tampa this morning,
en route to St. Petersburg to resume
charge of his magazine, the Florida
MASKED ROBBER MADE
A HAUL IN MIAMI
Miami, March 10 A masked rob robber
ber robber early today at the point of his
pistol forced the clerk of a local hotel
to give up the safe keys, and escaped
with $200 in cash.
ST. PETE CARPENTERS
SHOW GOOD SENSE
St. Petersburg, March 10. Union
carpenters at a meeting here last
night voted to accept a reduction in
wages of from $1 to 87 Vi cents an
hour, it was announced today. Other
ocal labor unions are expected to
take similar action.
REAL ESTATE CHANGES HANDS
Messrs. Elmer DeCamp and S. S
Savage yesterday purchased from the
Duebel estate about ten acres of land
in the Oak Ridge addition andwill,
after re-platting it. place it on the
This is a splendidly located piece of
property, being on the heights just
west of the Chace addition and will
doubtless shortly be built up. The
property lies on both sides of Torry
street, known as the Silver Spring
road, leading from Oklawaha avenue
to Wyomena Park.
The present owners are having the
property cleared up and put in avail
aoie snape ior immediate improve
You will not need to cut down ou
your charities if you buy your HATS,
etc., at FISHEL'S. The money we
save you will save the life of a child
in the NEAR EAST or CENTRAL
Dont fail to visit the Guarantee
Clothing & Shoe Company. Every
thing we sell is guaranteed. We're
fighting for QUALITY not prices, tf
The "Variety" is a new package of
Norris Candies on sale here. Sixteen
varieties in each package. The Court
Pharmacy. Phone 284. 9-t
Left by mistake in my car, some
groceries. Owner call phone 26. 9-3t
State Auditor Finds Evidence of Ex Ex-travaf
travaf Ex-travaf ance in Building the
(Associated Press j
Brobksville. March 10. State Au
ditor J. Will Yon held a hearing here
yesterday into charges of gross ex extravagance
travagance extravagance in maintenance of the
Aripeka state aid highway. Evidence
was introduced in an effort to show
that Hugh Pale, former chairman of
the county commissioners, paid $25 a
day for truck hire when similar trucks
were offered him for 1 15. Mr. Yon
forwarded the evidence to Governor
Hardee for action.
COURTHOUSE BLOCK WOULD
BRING MUCH COIN
Million Dollars Offered for that Prop Property
erty Property in Miami
Miami, March 10. One million dol dollars
lars dollars has been offered for the block oc occupied
cupied occupied by the Dade county courthouse
here. There is some question as to
whether the county can sell and the
county attorney has been instructed
to draft a legislative act authorizing
such action. Henry M. Flagler, gave
the block to the county in 1896.
CAPTAIN ANDERSON OF
THE COAST LINE KILLED
Jasper, March 10. Captain. W., J.
Anderson, division roadmaster of the
Atlantic Coast Line, was instantly
killed here today attempting to board
a moving train.
HOME CONSUMED BY
FIRE AT ANTHONY I
Mr. J. L. Manning was consumed by
fire today at 10 o'clock. Almost eve-
rything was lost, as the place is about
a mile and a half from tdVn and the
fire was under headway before help
could reach the scene. Mr. Manning's
two sons, Ralph and Chesley were
sick in the hduse and could be of no
Mr. Manning moved here from Mul
berry several years ago, buying this
property formerly owned by Mr. A. P.
Baskin. Mr. Manning has made
good citizen and he and his family
have a large circle of friends who
deeply regret to learn of his .great
ACcnriA-nnv wit t urrr
At the Courthouse in Ocala Saturday
Anthony, March 10. There will be
a meeting of the Marion County Open
Range Association at Ocala, on aSt
urday, March 12th. 2 p. m. in the court
house. All are requested to be pres
ent. Business of importance will
come up. W. Bisnop, Secretary,
L. L. Horne, President.
A quiet wedding took place at the
home of George G. Hickey on the!
shores of Lake Weir, when Miss
Mrytie Mea Hickey was joined in
wedlock to Mr. Alvin J. Flint of Grov- jtion to the fund raised through mem mem-ersville,
ersville, mem-ersville, N. Y. Iberships. As was pointed out last
Mrs. Flint is well known here,
where she has resided for the past
nine years and has made many friends
who wish her all the happiness in
life. The only regret will be that it
will take her away from here. Mr.
Flint is a retired business man of
Groversville, He came here about two
months aeo from New York and has
courted and won a fine young lady to
go back home with him, and a nice
home is ready for their occupancy in
Immediately after the wedding they
left in their auto for points south,!
and will stop at Orlando, Tampa, St.
Petersburg, Daytona and West Palm
Beach. They will return here about
the first of the coming week for a few funeral arrangements will be an an-days
days an-days stay before leaving for the nounced later on the arrival of his
north. They will travel north by auto children. Sam R. Pyles A Co, funeral
and will stop in Birmingham and De
fiance, Ohio. Mrs. Flint's old home,
and then proceed to New York. They
have the best wishes of their friends
here for a happy life.
Our spring HATS elicit the praise
of many admirers, not only for their
style, but for their reasonable prices.
I COUNTY BOARD OF TRADE
ADOPTED BUDGET AT L1EE16
IH COURT HOUSE LAST NIGHT
With, $7400 Raised
be Continued Until Completed
With $7400 raised to date in its
drive for $10,000, the Marion County
Board of Trade, at a meeting last
night in the courthouse,' adopted a
budget and program for the year, and
decided that the drive should be con continued
tinued continued until the entire county has
been covered. The items in the bud
get adopted total $7100, and' it was.
voted that the additional funds raised
shall be applied to the remaining
items of the proposed budget as in the
judgment of the board of governors
seems best. The sentiment of last
night's meeting was overwhelmingly
in favor of greater efforts being made
to attract more winter residents to
the city and county. The number of
members to date is 22A.
The items of the budget adopted I
last night were those providing for
the overhead expenses of the organi organization,
zation, organization, the issuance of new illustrated
booklets of Ocala and Marion county
when the present edition is exhausted,
the publication of quarterly issues of
the "Marion County Floridian" as an
organ of the Board of Trade for giv giving
ing giving publicity to the current develop developments
ments developments throughout the county and for
follow-up purposes, and a program of
advertising in national publications
as a means of giving proper distribu distribution
tion distribution to the booklets and "Floridian."
The following program of work was
adopted, to be carried out as far as
new Dooiuets on city ana county.
"Marion County Floridian." quar-
, V"-"""-"" "twsul'1uv kjr
I w useu ? xwrw "p. CLS'
" r."Ui w "J
icpuwuie oufcnisiu agency.
means of giving distribution to book book-of
of book-of giving proper distribution to book booklets
lets booklets and "Marion County Floridian."'
Extension of white way.
Industrial survey of Ocala and
Marion county, for the purpose of list listing
ing listing all industries and businesses.
Union station plaza improvement.
Expert care for trees of city.
Sign post main roads into Ocala.
F"" ana boum lunns oi my, aaver-
using ucaia ana uxarion county, in
cluding Silver Springs
Repainting of road markers thru
New street signs for Ocala.
Purchase of a car of palms to be
Isold to property owners at cost.
I Promotion of fruit planting on all
It was reported that committees are
now working on band concerts, the
white way and the union station plaza
The $7400 raised to date does not
I include $500 appropriated by the city
council toward-the new edition of the
booklets nor the $800 appropriated
I by the city for band concerts. These
I two items will be available in addi-
I night all subscriptions that have been
I made include active membership m
I the Board of Trade.
M. P. SCARBOROUGH
I The many friends of Mr. Manly P.
Scarborough will be grieved to learn
I of his death which occurred in the
I city last night. Mr. Scarborough was
I an old resident of Marion county and
I was well known by his many good
I traits. He is survived by two sons,
I Mr. Mabry Scarborough of Home-
stead and Mr. Eddie Scarborough of
I Orlando, and two daughters, Mrs.
J Bart Murphy of Homestead and Mrs.
I Robert Willis of Jacksonville. The
1 directors, will have charge of the
I funeral arrangements.
I Ton will be more than delighted
I when yon try a box of our delicious
Log Cabin Candy and our Martha
j Washington Candy. THE VOGUE is
I at your service. Phone 580 or 558 for
I quick delivery of our QUALITY ICE
to Date Drive Will
"Ocala fc Ap"
Twelve Innings, One to Nothing
Baseball for Ocala this summer
looks very promising. Nearly every
one that the committee called on for
money has donated. There will be a
meeting at the Board of Trade room
Wednesday night, March 16th. Every
one romp an wp ran hiv ati nf iism
(fastest teams in the state. A good
ball team will help the town, so dont
be a slacker. Attend this meeting.
"Ocala Wins Again!" Ladies and
gentlemen want to see that headline
for the write-up of every game this
summer but it cant be did. without
cash and without pulling together. It
will take a good fast team to put the
hooks to Gainesville, St. Augustine,
Palatka, High Springs, Leesburg and
Jacksonville. Even Dunnellon is oat
for our scalp this year and they will
get it too if we dont put out a
mighty good team for they, have se secured
cured secured some of the best of the players
seen on the Ocala diamond last sum summer.
mer. summer. Everybody help either by giving or
boosting. Mail your checks to C K.
Sage, treasurer of the Ocala Baseball
Association, and forget that there ax
any small amounts on your check
ALL BE AT THE
. ARMORY THIS EVENING
A number of the American Legion
boys have made up a fine performance,
which they will put on at the armory
this evening. It is an excellent little
show and deserves a full house. Let
everybody go see it, both to help the
legion and to have a couple of hours
of first-class interest and amusement.
Curtain will rise at 8:15.
LITTLE FOLKS ENTERTAINED
AT A BIRTHDAY PARTY
Little Miss Audrey Ruth Carlisle
was the dainty little guest of honor
yesterday afternoon, when her moth mother,
er, mother, Mrs. Jas. B. Carlisle Jr, entertain entertained
ed entertained about twenty little friends and
playmates to fittingly celebrate her
During the afternoon the little
guests thoroughly enjoyed many
games appropriate to the occasion, at
the conclusion of which they were In
vited into the dining room for re-
The dining table was most attrac
tively decorated with roses and ferns.
The centerpiece was unique and fully
carried out the Easter idea. A min miniature
iature miniature pen and chicken house made of
stick candy and filled with fluffy little
chicks and ducks was the delight of
all present and from the centerpiece
to the chandelier were steamers of
ribbon, carrying out the coolr scheme
of yellow, pink and white. At the
head of the table presided the hostess
and in front of her was a big birthday
cake with four lighted candles. The
ights in the room were shaded and
the glowing candles on the suffet and
serving table she da soft light over
the happy little faces of the children.
Ice cream, cake, cookies and can
dies were served nd dainty little
souvenirs of the occasion were pre presented
sented presented to the guests. The little gnest
reluctantly took their leave, with
many good wishes for the honoree and
happy returns of the day.
Calvary, March 10. Mr. Earl Cros
by made a quick trip to Ocala one day
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Morrison and
Mr. and Mrs. M. J. Mornson and
children went to Dxmnellon last Sun Sunday
day Sunday to visit Mr. and Mrs. Earl Crosby.
Mr. George Buhl was in Ocala last
The people of this community were
sorry to learn of the death of Mr.
Among the visitors to Ocala Satur Saturday
day Saturday were Mrs. Mary GflHs and sons
and daughter and grandson.
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Legal advertisements it legal rates.
The Germans were under the im
nression that the Versailles treaty
was another scrap of paper.
Nobody gave us any fish on fish
day. A big, pop-eyed mullet and a hot
hoecake .would have found us at home.
If Editor Thorn, of the Kissimmee
Valley Gazette, failed to "tap his
thought tank" weekly, wonder what
would happen? Clearwater Sun.
The Gazette would eo dry. of
Fat men have cause to steer clear
of Lakeland, since a fleeing prisoner
was shot in the bay at fifty yards.
Shot in the bay? We did not know
Lakeland was on the seacoast.
Have you noticed any improvement
in the mail service since Burleson was
fired? Likely you will soon. Clear
Ocala has always had fair mat
service, no matter who" was postmas
ter general. An occasionally late train
has made about all the trouble with
the mail service since we have been
Evidently, some one in Washington
has blundered, when an injunction by
a federal court is granted and still
nsvy officers fire on boats in disobedi
ence to the injunction. Miami Her
A naval man doesn't know what an
injunction is, Friend Herald, and
would 'shoot at the supreme court of
the United States if his superior of
ficer told him to.
Late Wednesday afternoon, an hour
after the paper went to press, a dis dispatch
patch dispatch came announcing that the Man Manatee
atee Manatee county grand jury had failed to
indict Rube Allyn for killing Harry
Higel at Sarasota, and that Mr. Allyn
had been set free. We congratulate
"Rube," but we are not surprised. All
the evidence we saw against him was
insufficient, and we didn't believe he
did it anyhow.
The department of agriculture rec recommends
ommends recommends the planting of walnut trees
as memorials to soldiers who gave
their lives in the. world war. Every Everybody
body Everybody remembers how the whole coun country
try country was combed for walnut trees and
thousands of fine trees were sacrificed
in the making of gun stocks. What
the United States should do is to
plant walnut trees and other trees of
its own acord. The people have for forgotten
gotten forgotten all about memorials for the
soldiers. The band has stopped play playing.
ing. playing. Miami Metropolis.
; Not entirely true, but too near it
for American credit
; When law-abiding citizens general generally
ly generally secure permission to carry weap weapons
ons weapons and then do not hesitate to shoot
when they are attacked by robbers
depression will come on the bandit
industry. Albany Journal.
Maybe men will learn some day
4 that? the compulsory disarmament of
i.vY-jiuiumj citizens maices mem easy
vicunis ior ine lawless elements.
The law-abiding citizens of the vi vicinity
cinity vicinity bought nearly all the buckshot
in the hardware stores a few weeks
ago, which goes to show that they
Hunt tol'Q thaiii jliBamatnAnt Iaa .a
The Rube Allyn case comes up this
week in Bradentown and Judge O. R.
Reaves will preside. His initials are
good. .Judge Reaves is O. K. all the
way through. He stands for a square
deal to everyone and justice to all
alike. The state's attorney, M. A.
McMullen is also fair and square but
SHADyJ HAVEN OF HEALTHANtT HAPPINESS
Shady, Maroh 2. What is a poor country correspondent to do for
news items when everybody is too busy to "go somewhere" or entertain in
a "hof pi table" or "charming' manner," no sickness nor accidents to write up.
nobody's horse has died or run away and killed somebody; all the Ford cars
are behaving in a most -amiable way: no mad-Wi,- no nVe tn
I From the Star of Marcix 8. (Notwithstanding the alleged dearth of news
mc.w.w. wiuw t ueccssary u cmae
St" 1 It ..
numing nis weekly letter).
Here's to quiet, peaceful Shady, where the folks are all so busy
i That they have no timesto gossip or.to.gad, .4
Where there is no social whirl to drive them ; maddeningly dizzy
. And no irritant to make the dogs go mad v
Where the Henriford Tinlizzies wear no bobbed hair and no frizzes
liut t conduct themselves with manners circumspect
(As the girls do at the drugstore marble fountains where the fizz is)
And go just where'er their drivers
Guys with cirrhosistic livers, hop aboard
Ana step on e, gas-r-from smaah-ups you're immune.
Burn the bumpy, lumpy roads up to. the town that sure delivers
Priceless goods of health, inestimable boon:
For ours writer's words assure you
That m Shady's glades no sickness
And nomishaps will befall you, no
wnue on bhadjrs safe and salutary ground.
No snake stories" to beguile you when you stay there; all the while you
May submerge yourself in pastoral delights
Without fear that an ophidian, bane of
, win molest you when you go to.
Oh, it's me for shady Shady, lovely
Blest of all towns m this sunny
Where existence is perfectionsay,'
Can't you manage now to send
ties of a state's attorney, are difficult
in a murder case. .Our prayers, are
for Rube but we hope he is, freed, in
time to take part in the press meet in
Tampa in Aprjl.--Sanfordl Herald. ,t3
One of the greatest surprises in our
life is to see one of Bob Holly's pray
.... "):.( f .Vt,,
Mr. J. C. Howell returned tWednesr
day from his auto advertising trip
thru South Florida.. Hia truck, heav
uy loaded with samples .. of. v Marion
county products,, attracted large and
favorable attention, and ,' as direct
and peripatetic advertising had eve everything
rything everything else backed off the map. Mr.
Howell visited all the principal towns
from Orlando down,, and everywhere
aroused great interest, .not onlju in
Marion, county, but in his system. of
carrying the advertising to the peo
ple he wanted to gee it -There is in
deed talk of soon equiping .a much
bigger truck with exhibits from, two
or three counties and sending "Jim"
with it out into the states north. of
us for a long tour. It is quite, certain
that Mr. Howell would induce many
farmers, the people we want most, to
come here from, less favored Jocali
ties. From even here in Florida it is
probable Mr. Howell has secured some
good citizens, the following from the
Tampa Tribune indicating at least
ThA "Farm m WWIa"
The miniature "farm- on ..wheels
which was brought to Tampa during
the reecnt South Florida-Fair by. J. C.
Howell, i prominent agricultural and
stock "booster" of Marion county, can
claim at least one new Marion county
farmer more to its. credit. ..R; J.
Johnson, until recently connected with
the government service 1 and. well
known in Tampa; found the attractive
truck bulging with Marion county
produce which Mr. -Howell had fitted
up and brought to the fair,. an at attraction
traction attraction of considerable magnetism,
as a result of. which he recently pur purchased
chased purchased a number of acres -in the
neighborhood -of Ocala and will en engage
gage engage in stock and truck farming in
that section. Mr. Johnson made: a
trip through Mr. -Howell's section a
few days, after the fair closed and
returned very much impressed 1 with
the fertility and versatile qualities
of the many farms he visited.
PAR NOBILE FRATRUM"
It is seldom that the blood-tie ; of
brotherhood shows on the surface.
Often brothers are antagonistic, some sometimes
times sometimes bitterly so, but as a general
thing, while attached to each other
more or less strongly, they seldom
show it either to the public or each
other. The Dodge brothers. John and
Horace, manufacturers of one of
Raising the Family
ine correspondent for dilatoriness in
your speedy flivvers
and the news itself should cure you
can be found.
wild runaways appal you
-every good Floridian.
sleep o. nights.
present day Arcady.
scribe, in this connection,
your stuff in time?
A. V. ISITOR.
America's most popular and efficient
types of automobile, made a notable
exception to this rule. In childhood,
in boyhood, in manhood, in business
and pleasure, they were wellnigh in
separable, and when one died the
other followed him across the dark
river in less than a year.
Mr. Mack Taylor, Dodge agent
here, has received a fine picture of
the Dodge brothers and a brief de
scription and eulogy of their lives,
all nicely and strongly framed. He is
going to hang it in his office above a
picture' of the great Do4ge 'factory,
almost a city in itself. The Dodges
had .the faculty of making friends of
those who dealt with them, especially
their agents all over the country, and
Mr. Taylor was no exception.
OPEN RANGE ASSOCIATION
. On Saturday afternoon, March 5th,
the Marion County Open Range Asso Association
ciation Association held an enthusiastic meeting
in the courthouse.
This organization has a large and
growing membership in this county.
The auditorium .was full and there
was a rousing meeting.
, A number of speakers were intro introduced
duced introduced and. nearly every phase of the
subject of the open range was dis discussed.
cussed. discussed. The literature of the Florida
No-Fence League received a generous
share of attention and their argu arguments
ments arguments were shown to be absurd and
Delegations from other counties
were present and brought good news
as to the progress of the organization
and the sentiment of other sections.
A constitution and by-laws were
adopted by the body.
stitution shows in nart the nurnose of
iv. : t:
.' Article 1. This organization shall
be known as the Marion County Open
i Article 2. The purpose of this or organization
ganization organization shall be:
First. To defend and promote the
live stock industry as operating at
present with the open range system
as one of the important assets of this
county and of the state of Florida.
Second. To co-operate with the
citizens of other counties in behalf of
the open range.
Third.; To oppose to the utmost
any legislation which would be inimi inimical
cal inimical to the live stock industry.
Fourth. To. combat particularly
any effort to induce the incoming leg legislature
islature legislature to pass a law or laws, the in intent
tent intent or effect of which would be to
close the open ranges of Florida.
Fifth. To counteract the propa propaganda,
ganda, propaganda, of the so-called "Florida No No-Fence
Fence No-Fence League,", the. legislation which
the said league proposes on this sub subject
ject subject being untimely ill advised and
rt toWo c t
caarooN can. v.
! MOTHER'S COMFORT IN MIND
j Of Course Thoughtful Bobby Had No
Idea of Hia Own Pleasure in
I That Bicycle.
! Tm awfullj sorry, dad." said;
Bobby. "to think hqw much trouble I
"No, she's very
patient But she
often sends me to
shops for things,
and they am a
good way off, and
I know she tfets
cross waiting whenshe's In a hurry."
-Not often, I fancy."
Oh, sbe nearly always In a hurry.
She gets everything ready for the bak baking,
ing, baking, and finds at the last moment she
has no yeast, or something, and then
she's In an awful fret and I can't
run a long distance, you know, and I
ifeel awfully sorry for poor mother."
i -HumDh! WelL what can we do
4 "I was thinking, dad. that perhaps
you might get me a bicycle."
Moat Populous Island.
; The most populous country In the
worl1 to Uie .iuare mile except China!
is P-arbados island. This Island also
,is accounted the most healthful In the
,grniji of ;he West Indies. It Is but
one-eighth the size of Rhode Island,
but bus twice as many Inhabitants as
'the smallest and most densely inhab inhabited
ited inhabited state. There" Is but one Island
despite the misleading plural name.
Itarbndos was the first place In the
British empire where sugar cane was
planted. Bridgetown, the island cap capital.
ital. capital. Is a hot, dusty city of about 30.000
people, generally busy on Friday
when planters flock to town for busi business.
ness. business. Its cathedral was built princi principally
pally principally by funds obtained from a lottery
authorized by the legislature, after the
original building had been blown down
by a hurricane In 1780. Labor Is so
plentiful In Barbados that men for a
tinit had to compete with beasts ofj
burden. But tl.' condition wrs great
ly improved by the use of considerable
narianos tanor in tne nuuaing 01 ine
Panama canal. George Washington
ioarrled to his grave the marks of
mallyiox contracted on a
visit to the
I Land Lincoln Owned.
1 A stone's throw from the Lincoln
highway and Just a few miles out of
Tenin. Ia lies the only piece of
ground Abraham Lincoln ever owned.
.It is rather a poor farm as Iowa farms
go,' for It Is rough and hilly, good only
fur stock feeding. It Is hard to And.
and he who seeks It must wander
around In the hills out of Denlson be be-f.,r,.
f.,r,. be-f.,r,. io?)'oj it. The farm was deed-
Expert Repairs Tires
Main Street, Opposite Foundry -
LETTERHEADS, BILLHEADS, CARDS, CIRCULARS, FOLDERS, FINE BOOKLETS, ETC.
We never disappoint a customer on a promise.
You get the job when its due.
-xjt m w m iii i w w . 7 w mm m m
jedto Lincoln for nlsrrl-es tn Tne
Black hawk war and though he never
Jived on it there I reason to believe
'that he wa plnnninz. when public life
vra over, to retire to hi Iowa farm
and ind the remainder of his days
there near the road that now bears his
Battlefield Sign Posts.
Profiting hy wartime experience the
Frvwh ministry .of transport Is r r-pfHi
pfHi r-pfHi ln- the familiar small metal direc direction
tion direction signs hy the large guide posts and
nt !- which were found so useful
!in the battle zone.
! Some of the old battlefield signposts
deserve preservation. TTiere vras the
pathetic board on the Somme that an announced
nounced announced f!iiniemont once stood here,"
the notice at ZilJebeke Lake. "Don't
waste bombs on fish throw tjiera at
Fritz." and the board at Albert sur surmounting
mounting surmounting a heap of rubble -and stating
simply. "Cathedral." London Chronl Chronl-Vle.
A nllotless aeroplane has met with
-ralr mMSUre or success in r ranee
:whre It Is said experiments have
'ben conducted for the past two years.
The aiparatus Is guided from land by
.telemHhanlo means. At a trial before
Col. Phe. directory of aviation. It
traveled over a prescribed course of
.'one hnndrd and eletiry kilometers
(shoot n hundred and twelv miles)
'and landed at a deslgnatfil aero aerodrome.
Say Bees Go on "Spree."
A farmer in Fairfax county. Va- Is
authority for the statement that from
-time to time his bees, either tiring of
their regular work of filling honey honeycombs
combs honeycombs or from pure devilment drop
down upon the ground, under 'apple
trHs and drink themselves drunk from
the oozing liquid from decaying fruit.
He ha made It his business to verify
this statement by close study of his
bur.zlng honey producers. t
How Hot It Is in Arizona.
Ttoy Nichol has given up spending
his vacation In Arizona. "I received
a letter from a friend there the other
day." explains Mr. Nichol, "and In an
effort to show how hot It Is he wrote.
'Saw a dog chasing a jack rabbit, and
they were both walking." Buffalo
Called for Reprimand,
The Piner This chop's as tough as
leather. Are you quite sure your cner
nioni Drou a scrap oi .eau.er ior
by mistake? I Arrive from Leesburg.... 6:41a.m.
The Manager-Ill see. sir. If he lLeave for Jacksonville.... 6:42 a, m.
did the mistake Is Inexcusable con- ,Arrive from Homcsassa... 15p.m.
sidering the high price of leather. Leave for Homosassa 3:25 p.m.
Arrive from Gainesville,
Cure for Ivy Poiaoning. oiiy except Sunday. .. .11:50 a. m.
While the doctors discuss remedies' Leave for Gainesville, daily
for Ivy poisoning, many experienced, except Sunday 4:45 p m.
campers have their own cures, which 'i for Lakeland Tues-
they have found to work perfectly.! dayf Thursday. Saturday 7:25a.m.
One man writes that rubbing damr 'An from LakellLndt Tues-
table salt does the trick. Another sayf j day, Thursday, Saturday ll:o3 p. xa.
that every boy scout knows that thjLcave for Wncox Monday,
leaves of the common Jewel-weed ap- j Wednesday and Friday. 1:10 a. m.
plied to the sore spots will at leasl Arrive from wfleoi., Mon-
remove the pain. oay. Wednesday. Friday. :45 p.m.
S' vJL-' J 2- '-Zs o- '-Jz Jy
OF FLORIDA'S BEST GARAGES
w w w w w
MARION-DUNN MASONIC LODGE
Marion-Dunn Lodge No. 19. P.4A.
M., meets on the first and third
Thursday evenings of each month at
7:30 o'clock until further notice.
J. B, Dey. W. M.
B. L. Adams. Secretary.
Tulula Lodge No. 22. I. O. O. F,
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.
IL R. Luff man. Secretary.
OCALA LODGE No.' 286. 3. P. O. E.
Ocala Lodge No. 2S6. Benevolent
and Protective Order of Elks, meets
the second and fourth Tuesday eve evenings
nings evenings of each month. Visiting bretb-
ren always welcome. Lodge rooms
unstairs over Trailer's and the Book
ihop, 113 Mam street
C Y. Miller. E. EL
Don't fail to visit the Guarantee
Clothing & Shoe Company. Every Every-hmg
hmg Every-hmg we sell is guaranteed. We're
.ghting for QUALITY not orices. tf
ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE
OF TRAINS IN OCALA
' Seaboard Air Line
Arrive from Jacksonville.. 2:10a.m.
Leave for Tampa 2:15 a.m.
Arrive from Jacksonville.. 1:30p.m.
Leave for Tampa 1:55 p.m.
Arrive from Jacksonville.. 3:51p.m.
eave for Tampa 4:05 p.m.
Arrive from Tampa 2:14 a.m.
Leave for Jacksonville.... 2:15a.m.
Airive from Tampa....... 1:85 p. ra.
Leave for Jacksonville.... 1:55p.m.
Arrive from Tampa 4:16 p.m.
Leave for Jacksonville.... 4:17p.m.
Arrive from New York.... 1:34a.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 Line
.rrive from Jacksonville.. 2:31 a. m.
.ave for St Petersburg.. 2:32a.m.
Arrive from Jacksonville.. 3:34 p. m.
Leave for St Petersburg.. 3:35p.m.
Arrive from Jacksonville.. 10:12p.m.
j Leave for Leesburg 10:13 p.m.
i -ve fop T-eksonTiiu 2:27 a.m.
A 111 U IkJ 4.WtBVIU Ota M
Arrive from gL petersbursr 125 D.
for Jacksonville...: 1:45p.m.
Gas and Oil
P. 0 BOX 606
WUE.QJE. IS THA3-
has his juty to .perform and the du
OCA LA EVENING STAR, THURSDAY, MARCH II, 121
OCALA MOTOR CO.
C. E. Simmons
Best Equipped Garage In Florida
BATTERY Water and Service FREE
DIAMOND LIGHT BATTERIES Gx eD
$30 $35 $40
Batteries Recharged and Rebuilt
MEETING OF VETERANS
A Complete Stock
One of the Li ve s t
Stores in the City
Anthony, March 10 Mr. and Mrs.
C. C. Lamb and children of Tarares,
spent the week-end with, their rela relatives,
tives, relatives, Mrs. Richard Ellison and Mrs.
Mr. J. H. Harvey made a flying visit
to Tampa last week. His grandson,
little Jack Smith, acompanied him
Mr. C. V. Swain and Mr. IL A.
Meadows are having lights installed
in their homes.
Mr. David N. Brown is improving
after several days illness.
Misses Julia Meadows and Maude
Brown were the week-end guests of
Mrs. Junie Perkins of Ocala last
Mr. Y. D. Eirwin, Miss Esther Eir Eir-win
win Eir-win of Ocala and guest, Miss Pearl
Glenn of Kentucky, were callers in
Anthony Thursday of last week.
Misses Ola and Donnie Sims of
Ocala spent Sunday with their par parents,
ents, parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. C Sims.
The pulpit of the Baptist church
Marion Camp No. 56. XJ. C V, met
March 8th, 1921, with Commander W.
E. McGahagin presiding. Prayer by
Chaplain R. A. Carlton.
The following comrades answered
to roll call: Alfred Ayer, R. A. Carl Carlton,
ton, Carlton, J. A. Carlton. M. P. Frink, L. M.
Graham, F. E. Harris, L. M. Graham,
F. E. Harris, W. A. Hammond, W.
Kilpatrick, W. E. McGahagin, B. H.
Norris, C C Priest, John Pasteur, I.
P. Stevens, J. D. Smoak, J. C. Tran Tran-tham,
tham, Tran-tham, J. L. Beck. L. D. Geiger, A. M.
Minutes of last meeting read and
After half an hour of social con
versation the camp adjourned.
Alfred Ayer, Adjutant-
Belleview, March 10 The members
of the Philathea class were entertain entertained
ed entertained at the home of their Sunday school
teacher, Mrs. I.. I. Strong, Wednesday
Misses Ruby and Eva McClendon
came Friday from Jacksonville to
make their mother, Mrs. Maggie Mc McClendon,
Clendon, McClendon, a visit.
There was a large attendance at the
Civic League dance' Friday night.
'Mrs. Armstrong's son has been
visiting her at the Lake View House
for a few days.
Rev. Martin of Island Grove deliv
ered two excellent sermons at the
Baptist church Sunday.
Mr. La Chance was home from New
Smyrna over Sunday. His son Ed-
Sunday with Mrs. C S. Gates. Sat Saturday
urday Saturday Mr. Charlie Brown of Webster,
came' up and took dinner with the rest
of the family at the home of Mr. and
Mrs. a S. Gates, this being the first
reunion of the whole family in five
Mrs. L. C Sawyer left here for her
home in Sedgewick, Kan, last Friday,
after visiting her groves here. Mrs.
Sawyer has has very promising
groves here and at Plymouth.
Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Douglas have as
their guest, Mrs. Stroothers of Peo Peoria,
ria, Peoria, 111. Mrs. Strouthers is a cousin
of Mrs. Douglas. She will return to
her home the first of next week.
Mr. and Mrs. E. C Albertson have
Mr. J. D. Albertson and Miss Carrie
Albertson, brother and sister of Mr.
Albertson, visiting them this week.
Mr. Roy Anderson and wife and
two chrildren of Tampa, are visiting
Mrs. Anderson's mother, Mrs. C S.
ll. T. IHMl
A' I Insurance
ward, who returned with him, came
will be filled by Rev. J. C. Boatwright hom.e MTondaT;
next Sunday morning and evening.
The B. Y. P. U. meeting will be held
just before the evening service. Eve
ryone cordially invited to attend each
Miss Mittie Padgett of Lawtey
spent several days with her brother,
Mr. B. K. Padgett and returned home
Mr. Brence Burk, who has been
visiting in Tavares, returned home
Mr. Clarence Shealv. who is with
Mrs. Lula Dudley and Miss Mittie
McClendon called on relatives in
Mrs. George G run thai has recently
left for Cuba to meet her husband,
who is on his way home.
Lake Weir, March 9. Mr. and Mrs.
J. H. Bradford, who are spending the
winter at their cottage on the lake,
have gone to Miami to spend a week
the Chicago Portrait Co., is visiting or two with their son, Carson Brad-
his parents, Mr. and Mrs. D. W. ford and family.
Shealy.. Clarence was accompanied The many friends of Mrs. Allen
by a friend, Mr. Clarence Boon of and little grandson, Frank were sorry
Perrv. Ga who snent omi tm In to have them leave the lake a few
Moss Bluff, March 9. The picnic
and fish fry given by the farmers'
union last Saturday was enjoyed by
all who attended. About 1 o'clock
a fine dinner was spread under the
beautiful oaks, with all kinds of good
eats imaginable. After dinner Super Superintendent
intendent Superintendent H. G. Shealey gave a talk
on school consolidation and other
school matters, which was greatly en enjoyed.
joyed. enjoyed. Mr. Albert Fort and daughter, Miss
Martha Fort were visiting friends in
Mr. and Mrs. Otis Squires and three
daughters, Misses Mabel. Helen and
Doris Squires, motored to Montverde
Sunday to visit Mr. Alvin Squires,
who is attending school" there.
Miss Gladys Burry. our. efficient
school teacher, spent the week end at
Orange Lake with' her parents.
The Bluff Club will meet Saturday
with Gladys Burry at the home of
Mrs. J. S. Martin.
Mr. Busbee Cochran spent a few
days here with his mother, Mrs. L. A.
Mr. Sidney Fort was a business
caller in Leesburg Saturday.
Messrs. Weaver and Gordon motor
ed to Ocala Sunday.
Anthony several years ago and made
many friends while here and has
since then seen 18 months' service in
France in the world war. He has a
great many thrilling adventures to
Mrs. J. Harkins of Calhoun, Ga.,
is enjoying a short visit with her
nephew and niece, Mr. and Mrs. B.
Geo. MacKay 2 Go.
Two Licensed Embalmers
Motor Funeral Cars
Private Morgue and Chapel
Day Phone 47
Night Phone 515
G. B. Overton, Manager
GEO. J. WILLIAMS
Formerly Carroll Motor Company
Garage, Osceola St.
Phone 597 Night 408
SUGAR SATURDAY AND MONDAY
Where a delicate organ
like the eye is concerned
'.the best possible atten
tion is advisable.
DR. K. J. WEIHE,
" Optometrist and Optician
Between Ten Cent Store and Gerigs
. Drug Store
A new lot of Powder Puffs just in
at Gene's Drug Store. tf
days ago for a trip to points further
south, before starting for their home
in Albion, Mich. Mrs. Allen expects
to return next winter and bring
friends with her to make this point
her stopping place while in Florida.
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Church gave a
house warming to about forty of their
friends last Wednesday night. Every
one was loud in their praise of the
Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Hillman have! hospitality of those generous people.
returned from a four weeks' visit to I Dancing, cards and games were the
lelatives in Dade City. They also I features of the evening until a late
visited their daughter, Mrs. Herbert I hourt when cake, coffee and ices were
Wilder of Brandon and the Misses I served abundantly by the host, hostess
Watson of Inverness. While gone land their niece, Elizabeth Blivens.
they purchased a nice home in Inver-1 Mrs. J. G. Spurlin has just return return-ness,
ness, return-ness, which they rented. Mr. and Mrs. I ed from Palatka,. where she spent the
Hillman have jnany friends who will past three weeks getting acquainted
be glad to know they decided to re- with, her new granddaughter, Miss
main in Anthony instead of occupying Dekle.
their new home in Inverness. Miss Bessie Whetstone of Ocala is
Mr. L. J. Manning and family, who I spending a few days with Mrs. J. G.
have recently moved here from Geor-1 Spurlin.
gia, are located in the Methodist par-1 Dr. and Mrs. Giltner of Murf rees-
sonacre. Iboro, Tenn.. who are spending a few
Mr. J. R. Olds was bruised but not! days m Ocala, came down with Mr. R
seriously hurt in a car of cattle L. Martin this morning to visit his
which was being shipped from the home and see our beautiful lake. Dr.
Anthony Farms to the northern part Giltner is ex-mayor of Murfreesboro,
of the state. and a very prominent business man
Several of our young people attend- that little burg and is widely known
ed the oyster supper and carnival in H over the country. If they conclude
Roddick last Friday evening. to make a permanent home here they
, Mr. and Mrs. N. K. Higginbotham will receive a royal welcome from the
and little daughter, Christien, Mr. Tennessee colony at this place and in
Grady Higginbotham and Mr. Holmes Marion county.
Gates of Gainesville, spent Sunday The Dixie highway is full of tour tour-with
with tour-with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. M. ists returning from the south, where
Gates. they have spent the winter. The writer
Mr. and Mrs. D. E. Swindell of has a pump right on the highway,
Ocala were callers at the home of Mr. where they come for water and the
and Mrs. H. E. Talton Sunday. women folk to rest. They have had a
Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Wiley ; and Mr. wide and varied experience. Some
Ben Wiley of Ocala spent Sunday have bought property and will come
with Mr. and Mrs. R. R. Russell. again. Some have fallen among out out-Mrs.
Mrs. out-Mrs. Roy McJunkin of Fort Lauder- laws and sharks, who have literally
dale, arrived Sunday and will be the run them off after getting their mon mon-guests
guests mon-guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ward Griffin ey. The worst feature in their case
for a week or more. Mrs. McJunkin aeainst the state as a home is the
was formerly Miss Myrtle Shealy. open range, which they think is a
Miss Lillian Baskin, Mr. C V. slam on civilization. We all know
Swain, Mrs. Henry Stewart, Mr. E. and have felt the evils of the outlaw
H. Swain. Mrs. J. T. Hooks and little who has no regard for law and order
Martha Swain have been on the sick I and claims protection from the Flor-
list this week. I ida laws.
Miss Bernice Russell spent a few
days in Ocala. as the guest of Miss I SOUTH LAKE WEIR
South Lake Weir, March 9. There
Did you know you could ret a nair was a cafeteria supper held at tne
of all-wool blue serge TROUSERS at I church at Weirsdale last Friday night.
FISHEL'S for $5.95? 3-3tIt was largely attended and a Hand
some sum was realized from the same.
UGAR SATURDAY AND MONDAY The supper was given for the piano
fund, and on next Friday night an-
M2 nnrmris of unirir fnr nnm HnTlai- 1 other SUDDCr will be eivea. All who
vith a dollar's worth" of other groe- do not attend will miss something,
ries for cash. Saturday and Monday Mr- Mrs. J. M. Douglas and
nly. Phone 377. little daughter, Virginia, spent the
dly-3t-tf H. B. WMITT1NGTON. day in Ocala Thursday.
Saturday Mr. C S. Gates an Mrs.
Get your. Easter dyes early at the I Brown and two sons of Webster drove
Court Pharmacy. Phone 284. 9-tlup in Mrs. Brown's auto to spend
12 pounds of sugar for one dollar.
with a dollar's worth of other groc groceries
eries groceries for cash, Saturday and Monday
tly. Phone 377.
dly-3t-tf H. B. WHITTINGTON.
I Grocery Prices
Are Getting Back to Normal.
We are taking care of our customers
by REDUCING THE PRICE the day the
1 pound CRISCO 21c
Vz pound CRISCO SOc
3 pounds CRISCO 60c
6 pounds CRISCO $1.20
Post oa sties, package.. ". 12c
Kellogg's Corn Flakes.. 12c
Baker's Cocoa, one-half pound 23c
Lowney's Cocoa, one half pound 25c
Belfry Cocoa, one-half pound 18c
Lowney's BULK COCOA, per pound 25c
CASH AND CARRY
One East and one West Qty Square
Bl itch ton, March 9. The farmers
have planted their gardens and are
now planting corn.
Mrs. Dollie Blitch, Misses Oda, Lil
lian and Lois Blitch and. Messrs. Lan
dis, Loonis and Fenton Blitch attend-
ed a basket ball game at; Mcintosh
A number of our young people at
tended services at Fellowship Sunday
Mr. W. A. Triplett returned Mon Mon-day
day Mon-day from a week's visit at Inverness!
Miss Glenner Godwin and Mr. Roy
M. Godwin visited Ocala Monday.
Mrs. Minnie Hammons, Miss Bowe Bowe-na
na Bowe-na Hammons and Mr. J. W. Coulter
represented this burg in Ocala Tuesday.
Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Peterson of
Morriston were Tuesday visitors.
None but the best fresh. butter and
eggs used in the cinnamon rolls made
at the Federal Bakery' 9-6t
Berlin-Jones stationery in boxes at
the Court Pharmacy. 9-6t
ORDER OF EASTERN STAB
Ocala Chapter No. 29, O. E. SL
meets at the Masonic hall the second
and fourth Thursday evenings of each
month at 8 o'clock.
Mrs. Rosalie Condon, W. If.
Mrs. Susan Cook. Secretary.
ROTAL ARCH MASONS
Regular conventions of the Ocala
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.
WOODMEN OF THE WORLD
Fort King Camp No. 14 meets at
E. of P. hall at 7:30 p. m. every at
oiid and fourth Friday. Visiting sot-
'reigns are always welcome.
H. B. Baxter, C C
Chas. K. Sage. Clerk,
111 W. Broadway
SUNDAY, MARCH 27th
For the Men
PALM BEACH SUITS in all sizes and colore.
Summer Wdght Underwear. Straw Hats. Excel Excellent
lent Excellent line of SHIRTS and NECKWEAR. We
also have on display a large line of Samples
for Tailor-Maie Suits. Prices more reasonable
than for many years.
For the Ladies
Fancy Shirtwaists, Skirts and Hats for both dress
and street wear. Ia Piece Goods we have a
large assortment of Voiles in colors, Swiss in
fancy colors. Taffetas, Georgettes, Stt Poplins.
Footwear in all the latest styles and colors.
A WELCOME AWAITS YOU.
Fwlm & (Emyn j
HAYES & GUYNN
For the arrest and con conviction
viction conviction of thieves who
stole 1920 Cole four pas passenger
senger passenger Automobile, Fac Factory
tory Factory No. 22902, from
Gararge located at Dun Dun-nellon,
nellon, Dun-nellon, Florida on March
5th, 1921. Notify
. CHIEF OF POLICE
ALBERT 0. HARRISS,
, Insurance Agent,
PRACTICAL CARPENTE2 AND
Careiol estimates made oa aH cow
tract vork. Gives mora sad better
work fr the mosey thaa aay etaer
contraci or ia the city.
PLANT NAPIER GRASS NOW
Price 2 per hundred settings. For
particulars see or address
&-t F. W. DITTO. Ocala, Fla.
As a strengthening tonic there fa
nothing better thaa Nnx sad Iron
Tonic Tablets, $1 per bottle of 100
tablets at Gerig's Drag Store. Guar Guarantied
antied Guarantied or money back. tf
OCALA EVENING STAR, THURSDAY MARCH 10, 1921
SB" Maunf Mi
If yon have any society items for
the Star, please call five-one.
Legion vaudeville tonight.
7:30 P. M.
Eddie Armstrong and Mrs. Wells
A LITTLE BIT OF MUSIC
MR. ALBERT LESTER LUCAS
ONE OF THE BEST
T. B. KING r
. IN A
Sensational Balancing Act
GODFREY and DAVIS
Negotiable Storage Receipts Issued on Cotton, Automobiles, Etc.
LONG DISTANCE MOVING
MOVE, PACK, SHIP
THE WINDSOR HOTEL
In the heari of the city with Hemming Park for a front yard.
Every modern convenience in each room. Dining room service If
second to none
ROBERT M. MEYER,
J. E. KAVANAUGH
J. II. SPENCER
W. R. PEDRICK
All Buick Cars Equipped With
We Make a Specialty of Parts
for the Buick and the Prices arc
Consistent with the Cost of Same
GOODYEAR and U.S. TIRES
Exclusive Agents for
18 MONTHS GUARANTEE
Battery Service Station
"We maintain an up-to-date
garage with expert workmen, at.
all times, assuring prompt and
GASOLINE, OILS and GREASE
SPENCER-PEDRICK MOTOR CO.
Girl wanted at Music Store. 10-tf
Smoke Sentilla. Best 10c. cigar, m
Mr. S. P. Lamb of Anthony is
among the visitors in town today.
Sentilla Cigars sold everywhere, m
Mr. J. D. McCaskill is rapidly tear tearing
ing tearing down the old building belonging
to J. D. Robertson, corner Oklawaha
and North Main. We understand Mr.
Robertson intends to put up a fine,
two-?tory building in its place.
While in Ocala stop at 113 Magno Magnolia
lia Magnolia street and see the New Domestic
Kerosene Burner; fit in any stove. 6t
C-i-n-n-a-m-o-n R-o-l-l-s, the most
nutritious food you can eat. They are
made by the Federal Bakery. 9-6t
Mrs. R. J. Perkins spent the day in
Lakeland, returning this evening.
YouH miss a great treat if you
fail to witness the legion vaudeville
the Atlantic fleet and the United
States. In concluding his eloquent
response, Vice Admiral H. P." Jones
suggested a navy yell. There were
calls for "Curlev. Curley." and a
young ensign, who had gained for
himself the reputation of being the
best cheer leader ever seen at Annap Annapolis,
olis, Annapolis, leaped to the small circle in the
middle of the banquet call which had
been reesrved for the speakers.
"Give them the Four N's with one
Navy and three Lima's," he shouted
and then led a cheer that shook the
building. The sight of a gold-braided
whirling dervish, spinning and leaping
in perfect time to a thundering, ryth
mic cheer, brought every member of
the club to his feet and the flushed
I union officer was carried around the
from! hall on the shoulders of gray-haired
3-3 1 notables while their companions unit-
, 1 ed in a cheer for the American guests.
Berlin-Jones stationery in boxes at;
the Court Pharmacy. 9-6t The fleet kept in touch with Wash-
iington by wireless as far south as the
The friends and former parishion- equator. The dreadnoughts nightly
Don't fail to visit the Guarantee
Clothing & Shoe Company. Every Everything
thing Everything we sell is guaranteed. We're
fighting for QUALITY not prices, ti
"It is hard for me to choose, they
are an so pretty remaricea a iaay
who was buying a HAT
There's no extra charge for clean clean-ng
ng clean-ng your fish at the city fish market.
Phone 158. tf
Miss Meta Jewett returned home
yesterday from a week's visit with
relatives in Lakeland.
Did you know you could get a pair
of all-wool blue serge TROUSERS at
FISHEL'S for $5.95? 3-3t
Mrs. Andrew Turner of Dunnellon,
lis the guest for a few days of her
sister, Mrs. Walter Hood.
The proceeds of this performance are for tbe benefit
of the Marion County Post of the American Legion
'Don't Miss This Attraction at the Armory
Curtain Risesat 8:15 P. M.
Admission 50c and 75c
Nux and Iron Tablets will tone up
the sytsem and give you strength.
Buttles of 100 at one dollar each at
Gene's Drue Store. tf
Mrs. Ed Carmichael has as her
guest for a few days, her niece, Mrs
Ray McJenkins of Fort Lauderdale.
"It is hard for me to choose, they
are all so pretty," remarked a lady
who was buying a HAT from
Mr. Clarence Shealey of Miami, ar arrived
rived arrived this afternoon for a three weeks
visit with his aunt, Mrs. Ed Carmi
WANTED. LOST. FOUND, FOB
SALE, FOR RENT AND SIM SIMILAR
ILAR SIMILAR LOCAL NEEDS
Rates: Six line, maximum, one time,
25c; three times. 50c; six times, 75c;
one month. S3. Payable ia advance.
JHERO-COLA WOODYARD We are
. prepared to furnish oak or nine
wood for either stove or fireplace
Mn short notice. We deliver your
money's worth promptly. Give us a
trial order. Chero-Cola Wood yard,
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
FOR SALE Twenty million Living Livingston
ston Livingston Globe tomato plants at $2 per
1000. Livingston true blue seed. In
5000 lots or more, $1J0 per 1000.
Wauchula Plant Farm, Wnuchula,
ers of Rev. Geo. H. Harrison will be picked up the radio news report sent
interested to know that after several broadcast from the Arlington station.
years in Tennessee, he has again been The wireless men were able to check
railed hack to this state bv Bishon un this reDort because it was reneated i OK SALL OK TKADL One 8-room
Reed and the first of April wilj be by the naval station at Cayey, Porto
stationed at Christchurch, Pensacola. .Rico, for vessels in the Caribbean Sea,
'whose wireless plants are toa limited
The county commissioners have to receive the Arlington message. An-
elected Mr. K. C. Moore county agerit, other relay was employed in the Canal
to take the place so well filled by Mr. Zone, where the B?".bca .station re-
Sessoms. Mr. Moore is now occupy- ceived the Washington message and
ing a position in Southern Georgia, the Darien station repeated it.
and before that he had nine years ex-1
perience in county and district work ; Tugs of war between different
in Georgia. ; groups ori each ship and elimination
: contests for the inter-fleet athletic
Norris' Candies are the best and carnival at Panama have been daily
can be had only at the Court Pharma-' features of ship routine since the
cy. Phone 284. 9-6t' cruise began.
To eliminate customary hooting and
Nunnally's and Liggett's Candies
educed to ONE DOLLAR the pound,
it Gerig's Drug Store. tf
Economize! Make your OLD
NEW with COLORITE. All colors at football rooting
cat calls, which might cause ill feel
ing without incerasing the morale of
the fleet, the athletic directors have
been teaching organized cheering,
hat something on the order of collegiate
Anti-Monopoly Drug Store. 3-9-10t
Get your candy at the old price of
one dollar per pound at Gerig's Drug
Store. Nunnally's and Liggett's. tf
STORIES OF UNCLE SAM'S
BOYS ON THEIR CRUISE
Get your Easter dyes early at the
Court Pharmacy. Phone 284. 9-6t
The friends of Miss Alice Bullock
will be glad to hear that she spent a
restful night and is somewhat better
They're good to the "last bite" the
cinnamon rolls made by the Federal
The curtain rises promptly at 8:15
this evening at the legion's vaudeville
show. If you want to see it all, be on
hand at that time.
Our spring HATS elicit the praise
I of many admirers, not only for their
style, but for their reasonable prices.
Mr. W. W. Phillips, representative
from Columbia county, but who says
I he is also Marion's third representa
tive, was visiting his Ocala friends
Norris Candies are the best and
can be had only at the Court Pharma Pharmacy.
cy. Pharmacy. Phone 284. 9-6t
Interesting Sidelights on the Boys in
Blue as the Travel About on
the Big Ships
i 7i rfn a 1 Jtt avarrr chin in V. fl a of rt
V II feAsY J V V.S J QUA IS IIS Hi W II W l
60 staged a "Neptune party" when
the fleet crossed theequator. Davy
Jones and his assistant, Peg Leg,
boarded them the evening before lati latitude
tude latitude 0 was reached and warned all
those who were crossing the line for
the first time to appear at 8 a. m. the
following day before old King Nep-
While the fleet wallowed at a stand-
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 neighborhood, under same
conditions. Also two 4-room bunga bungalows
lows bungalows with nice lots, on paved street
in northeastern part of city. Also
two lots in North Birmingham with
wooden building, store with 6-room
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
still, "exactly on the line," Neptune
ft nv Vl 1 O An f 0 na a rr nil i n asm
. uiia o vuvvu 1 avai tvi can ill vua-
Jtume. There was the old sea-king
On Board Battleship Pennsylvania,'.. ... n
Flagship of Atlantic Fleet, Callao, j gMed trident. Uncle 'Sam, Miss Co
rem, reo. o.-a strange languor, ,umbia Dayy Jones Df pm Aphro Aphro-still
still Aphro-still more puzzling rurrency and ex- dite and cour. jeg hirhers Hce
change rate and a strike of chauffers an(J gea dogs
and coach drivers during the Atlantic w CTWW.v0. anA uOI, fu
fleet's visit to Peru did not prevent- f . .
American sanors irom nitenng into
PLANT NAPIER GRASS NOW
Price $2 per hundred setting's. 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. 7-6t
As the wholesalers come down, so
I do we. Delicious Martha Washington
I candy at 90 cents a pound at THE
VOGUE. Phones 580 or 558. 22-tf
The suit of J. H. Gary against the
I Seaboard Airline, for the death of his
wife in an accident several months
ago, is dragging its length along in
the circuit court.
FISHEL'S have always been known
for the good hose they handle for la
dies and men, and now they are intro
ducing the best known children's hose.
Try WONDERHOSE for the kid
The friends of Mr. T. W. Baker,
who makes his home at the residence
of Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Haile and re
cently moved to the hospital, will be
glad to know that he is improving.
Sentilla the mild cigar.
Yon can always get fresh or salt
water fish, oysters, shrimp, etc., at
fllthc City Fish Market on Fort King
Phone 158. tf
Mr. J. I. Gay's remains will be laid
to rest this afternoon at 3 o'clock in
Greenwood annex cemetery. Sam R.
Pyles & Co.. funeral directors, will
have charge of the arrangements.
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
fgi30p7m: Owned and operated by
every nook and cranny of Lima, seven
miles from this port, from the
humblest saloon to the cathedral.
They may have lost a little in ex exchange
change exchange or paid more for a meal than
the average Peruvian, but the smiling
storekeeper and cafe manager found
it saved them time and trouble to
have their bill agree with menu
prices and their change correct. For
In one of the best hotels, a tanned
bos'un called for the bill for. himself
and three companions.
"No," he declared, "it's too much,"
as the waiter laid down a bit of paper
with a column of figures on it.
How do you know it's too much;
you haven't looked at it yet?" one of
his friends remonstrated.
It's always too much the first
time," the bosun replied without
moving his hand from the pile of Pe
ruvian currency he had placed on the
table. "I've been in France and I
know." A long argument ensued, in
English by the sailor and Spanish by
the waiter. Finally the latter retired
with a gesture of despair and a cap
tain took his place. He, too, quit
after prolonged argument and many
"He's gone to call the cops," ven ventured
tured ventured one of the guests.
"No he wont," affirmed the bos'un.
"They know they've boosted this hill
and they don't dare."
"Look here," said the bos'un after
ascertaining that the manager under
stood him, more or less. "That waiter
tried to gyp us. He said we owed 12
of these cigarette papers (pointing to
a Peruvian sol, worth about 45 cents).
I figured it up from the menu and we
only owe eight. How about it?"
The manager glanced at the bill and
then at the bos'un. "All right," he
said and bowed the four out.
"What did I tell you?" were the
last words of the bos'un as he reached
the street. "I saved each of you guys
The navy's "Four N" yell echoed
for the first time from the high, vault vaulted
ed vaulted ceilings of the aristocratic Nation
al Club of Lima during the visit of
the Atlantic .fleet and caused a scene
seldom equalled in that magnificent
relic of the Spanish occupation.
Folowing a reception and banquet,
Peruvian orators excelled themselves
in expressing their best wishes for
of salts from a squirt gun, a mouth mouthful
ful mouthful of soft soap, a slash from the
shears or hair clippers, an electric
shock, a back flip from a hinged chair
into the waiting pool was the course
Then the initiates were given a di
ploma decorated with mermaids, fish
and sea horses and full of strange
KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS
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. 8-3t
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-t
FOR SALE Blight proof tamota
plants, 20c. per hundred, $1.25 per
1000. C. H. Cooner, Ocala, Fla.
Phone 289. 10-6t
STRAYED My mule strayed from
Fort McCoy Monday night; weight
about 900 pounds; gray head and
legs; dark bay body; harness wears
on side and hips. C W. Humphrey,
Fort McCoy. 3-10-lt
Ocala Lodge No. 19. Conventions
held every Monday evening at 7:30
o'clock at the castle 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
Don't fail to visit the Guarantee
Clothing & Shoe Company. Every-
b.ng .we sell is guaranteed. We're
.ghting for QUALITY not nrices. tf
TOMATO PLANTS By the 100, 20
cents; 1000, $1.25. Call at 702 E.
4th St. R. N. Dosh. 10-4t
'FOR SALE CHEAP One gentle
horse, top buggy and harness; also
one saddle; pony sed to children.
Enquire for Mr. Haseman at Farm Farmers
ers Farmers Exchange, No. Ill Magnolia
i LET US BUILD YOU A I
Select your, on lot and
plans. Terms: half cash,
balance like rent. Call and
talk it over with us.
NEED HAM MOTOR CO.
General Auto Repairing
Gasoline, Oils and Grease
USED CARS FOR SALE
Cars Washed $1.00
Cars Polished -50
Oklawaha Ave. & Orange St
FOR SALE At a bargain, seven--passenger
1916 model Overland;
Continental motor; Bosh magneto.
First class condition. See Sedan
Hardee at O'Neal and Holly's ga
W. K. Lane. BL D- physician
furgeon, specialist eye, ear, nose and
throat. Office over 5 and 10 cent store,
Ocala, Fla. Adv. tf
C. Cecil Bryant
Room 22 Holder Block
PHONE 195 OR 332
Arrival and departure of passenges
tra na at OCALA UNION STATION.
The following schedule figures pub published
lished published as information ani not guar guaranteed.
anteed. guaranteed. (Eastern Standard Time)
SEABOARD AIR LINE RAILROAD
Lea- e Arrive
:15 am JacksonviHe-NTork 2:10 aa
:55 pm Jacksonville 1:34 aza
:17 pm Jacksonville 4:15 pa
2:15 am Manatee- 4:C5 paa
:15 am Tampa 2:10 am
2:15 am Manatee- 4:17 pa
:05 pm Tamna-St. Petrsbrg 4:17 pa
ATLANTIC COAST LINE R. VL
2:12 pm JackaonviDe-NTTork 2:43 aa
1:45 pm Jksonville-Gainsville 3:35 pa
6:42 am Jksonville-Gnesville 10:13 pa
2:42 am SUetsbrg-Lakeland 2:12 aa
3:35 pm St.Petabrg-Lakeland 1:25 pa
7:10 am DunneUon-Wilcox
7:25 am Dunellon-Lkeland 11:03 ma
3:25 pm Homosasai 1:30 pm
10:1 3pm Leesburg 6:42 aa
1:45 pm Gainesville ii:&ora -i
Monday, Wednesday. Friday ff
"Tuesdav. Thursday. SaturdajTa
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