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The Ocala evening star
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OCALA EVENING"

AK

WEATHER FOUECAST
Cloudy tonight and Sat Saturday;
urday; Saturday; probably local
rains tonight.
TEMPERATURE
This morning, 58.
This afternoon, 74.
VOL 27
OGALA, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, MARCH 11. 1921
SO. 59

DUSKS HOUSES
AND AUTOS CAII'T
SHELTER BOOZE

Most Recent Ruling by Judge Call in
Regard to Liquor Traffic -In
Florida

(Associated Press)

M.., til MA. A- W UUj
Call today ruled that no warrant is
necessary to search business houses
or automobiles for .liquor. He held,
however, that a warrant is necessary
before entering private residences.

EDITORS BUSY AT
' ) ST.

AUGUSTINE

St.

(Associate! Press)

Augustine, March

LOOKING OVER SI!,!
DUTCH'S FARM

Governor Hardee and His Cabinet are
Inspecting the State Institution
at Raiford

(Associated Press)
Raiford, March 11. Gov. Hardee
and members of the state cabinet,
comprising the Board of State .Insti .Institutions,
tutions, .Institutions, are here today to inspect the
state prison farm. The party includes
Secretary of State H. Clay Crawford,
Attorney General Rivers H. Buford,
Superintendent of Public Instruction
W. N. Sheats and Treasurer John C.
Lunmg.

The Time Has Come When Every Dol

lar Spent for the Needs of the State
Mast be Made to Do More and
Better Work.

HARDING LIKED THE
"BARN-YARD"

GOLFERS

11a Paper

problems was the principal' subject
discussed at today's session of the
annual convention of the National
Editorial Association. Speakers on
the program included United States
Senator McNary, of Oregon, chairman
of the Senate paper investigating
committee; Gilbert Leach, editor of
the Leesburg Commercial; President
W. ,J. Pape, of the Publishers Buying
Corporation, Waterbury. Conn; Jason
Rogers, publisher of the New York
Globe, and former Governor Brough
of Arkansas.

(Associated Press)
Lake Worth, March 11. President
larding has played "barn-yard golf"

and greatly enjoyed it. according to

his secretary, George B. Christian,

who in a letter to the Lake Worth

Horse Shoe Club announced that Mr.

larding greatly -appreciated the dis

tinction the club had conferred upon

him by making him an honorary

member.

GOV. HARDEE WILL SPEAK

SUNDAY IN JACKSONVILLE

MIGHTY FINE TIME FOR
EDITORS IN MIAMI

(Associated Press)
Miami, March 11. The local com committee
mittee committee planning entertainment for the
National Editorial Association on its
visit here is preparing a fishing trip
for the visitors.

(Associated Press)
Jacksonville, March 11. Governor

Hardee will speak on state laws and

their enforceemnt and proposed legis-

ation at a public forum here Sunday.

This will be the first public appear

ance of the governor since his inauguration.

SET THE DATE FOR
TOM BROWN'S TRIAL

(Associated Proas)
Tampa, March 11. Circuit Judge
Robles today set March 21st for the
trial of Tom Brown, a negro, charged
with the murder of Captain Albert
Chambers, a merchant at Lutz, last
December.

Smoke Sentilla. Best 10c. cigar, m

DR. BR IT AN TELLS ABOUT

. FALLING IN LOVE

NEGRO WOMEN BROKE

OUT OF DELAND JAIL

(Associated Press)
DeLand, March 11 The first escape

from the new Volusia county jail here

was effected last night. Two negro

women on the third floor of the build

ing removed bricks from the wall,

made a rope of blankets and slid to
the ground in safety. The sheriff is

confident of their recapture.

OPEN GOLF TOURNAMENT

BEGINS IN JAX TODAY

(Associated Prfs)

Lewiston, Me., March 11 The whys

and wherefores of falling in love, as
explained by Dr. Halbert H. Britan,
professor of philosophy, to students

of Bates College are quite simple.

"The principal reason why people

fall in love is because they are so

constituted, both physically and men

tally that it is the normal, the natural
thing to do," he said. "There are two

aspects to the question the natural
susceptibility of the individual and

the stimulus that calls forth the men
tal reaction."
Awakening of true affection is com

pared in this professor's love story
to the prepaf ing and combustion of

high power explosives. "In love, na

ture has prepared the elements, com

bined them through countless years,
and guarantees the result when-some
vision of loveliness, some heroic deed
or even some insignificant word or
act unlocks the stored up energy of"
the emotional life.
"There is not one single formula
for arousing love. Just as anger or
fear, for example, may excite by a
wide variety of circumstances and
conditions, so love is capable of being
awakened by stimuli equally diverse.
A beautiful face by no means has the

power often assigned to it. It is by
no means indispensable nor does it

add noticeably to the intensity of the

affection felt for its owner. In men
beauty is almost wholly subordinate
to other attractions."

Dr. Britan puts little faith in love

at first sight.

As a summary of the several ages

of susceptibiilty in love Dr. Britan
said: "After twenty, incidental re

marks will hardly serve to focus at

tention and to awaken interest; after
thirty, the sediment of prolonged ex experience
perience experience has settled over the instinct

and often so solidified, that toy tools
will seldom suffice to break through
to the emotion bearing Paleosoic stra stratum
tum stratum of human nature. After this
age, falling in love is no longer a
matter of instinct. Common sense,
"good judgment, a truer perspective of
life tend to discount the enthusiasm
and exaggerations of love's young
dream, and demand a firmer basis for
the happiness to be won."

(Associated Press)
Jacksonville, March 11. The Flor

ida open golf tournament began today

at the Florida Country Club with the

foremost players of the country par

ticipating. The players today included

Jim Batnes, Jock Hutchinson, Mike

Brady, Freddie McLeod, Pat O'Hard

and Al Ulmer.

CHURCH BUILDERS MADE

A WRONG START

SHALL FLORIDA

ADOPT THE

BUDGET

SYSTEM

(Associated Press)

(By Marion L. Dawson)
A number of my friends in different

parts of the state who have taken the
trouble to inform themselves regard regarding
ing regarding our fiscal methods, and who real realize
ize realize the necessity for making some
radical change in our present financial
system, have asked me to say some

thing for publication in favor of the

adoption of the budget procedure in
Florida.

The advantages of the budget sys

tem, however, over the unbusiness like
methods now in use in Florida and a
few other states, are so universally
conceded, that I do not believe there

is a man or woman in the state who

is even superficially informed regard

ing the budget 'procedure who would

oppose its adoption by our next legislature.

When I use the word budget in this

connection, I do not mean that hoary
imposter, that fiend and associate of
inefficiency and extravagance, that

partner of invisible, irresponsible and

too often dishonest government called
the "omnibus appropriation bill"; a

measure that is usually brought up

for consideration during the turmoil
of the last few days of the session,
when every member is worn out, and

is rushed through with little debate
and practically no opposition.

Already Adopted by 39 States
In advocating the adoption of an

intelligent and scientific budget sys

tem for Florida's fiscal affairs, I am
in accord with the governors of 39
other states that have been operating

satisfactorily under this system for

some years, ine oest miormed nscai

experts in the country approve it. The

U. S. Chamber of Commerce has re

peatedly endorsed it. Former Justice

Hughes, former Presidents Taft and

Roosevelt advocated it and worked

for it. Every leading political party
has recently made it a plank in their
platforms. England, France, Ger

many, Japan and Canada, in fact all
foreign governments that have made
the study of financial affairs an exact

science, have adopted it.
That Florida, so progressive in so
many things, should be content to re remain
main remain one of the few states who still
struggle along under the old loose,
extravagant, slipshod and unbusiness
like methods of providing revenues
for the state's real and imaginary
needs, is a curious phase of our pub public
lic public life that it is difficult to under

stand or explain.

BREAKING UP

THE BOLSHEVIKI

Trotzkj's Commanders Cannot Trust

Their Sailors Nor Their
Troops

(Associated Press)
London, March 11. The bolsheviki

received reinforcements and began
Wednesday a vigorous offensive on
the Petrograd front, but suffered
heavy losses, says a Riga dispatch.

War Minister Trotzky ordered the

entire bolshevik southwest army to
aid but the Moscow commissary of

that army replied he could not trust

his troops and demanded special in

structions. It is reported that the
sailors of the bolshevik fleets on
Lakes Ladoga and Onega have revolt

ed and organized a revolutionary com

mittee.

SHATTERED THE ICE
WITH SHRAPNEL

Bolsheviki by the Hundred Drowned
in the Baltic

(Associated Press)
Riga, Letvia,Jtfarch 11. Bolshevik
forces yesterday attempted to reach
Kronstadt from Sestroretsk, across
the ice, but were repulsed, acording
to Moscow" advices. Shrapnel broke
the ice and it is reported that 800 of
the bolsheviki were drowned. Many
wounded have been brought into
Kronstadt.

Ill CUT Dill
WARTIME WAGES

Will Railroad 31 en Accept the Reduc Reduc-.
. Reduc-. tion or Will They Go on
a Strike

AUCAII POLICY

HOT ALTEOED

Major General Allen Continues to Ge
by the Decision of the Rhine Rhine-land
land Rhine-land Commissioners

(Associated Press)
New York, March 11. The general
move by the nation's railroads to -cut
the war time wage scales appeared to
be in full swing today. Following the
lead of several lines which earlier an announced
nounced announced cuts, the New York Central
and New Haven railroads in the east
and virtually every railroad in the
west announced wage reductions yes yesterday.
terday. yesterday. Further statements from lines
that have not yet announced cuts, are
predicted today.
FREIGHT RATES TOO HEAVY
Chicago, March 11. The Chicago &
Alton railroad will take steps within
a short time to reduces the pay of its
employes. President Bierd announced
today. Mr. Bierd said the reduction
will be made te bring about an ulti

mate reduction of freight and passef2quiry is under way.

ger rates which "now are more than
the public can bear."
INTEND TO CUT 'EM DOWN ALL
OVER
Chicago, March 11. Steps to bring
about reductions in the wages of skill,
ed employes probably will be taken by
many railroads throughout the coun country
try country as soon as adjustments have been
made in the wages of unskilled work workers,
ers, workers, according to officials of the Asso Association
ciation Association of Railway Executives.
A 20 PER CENT CUT FROM PRES PRESIDENT
IDENT PRESIDENT DOWN
Chicago, March 11. The Chicago &
Great Western railroad today an

nounced it would propose a zv per

(Associated Press) ;
French Military Headauarters.

Mayence, March 11. Major General
Allen, commander of the American
forces .of occupation, 'will follow the
same policy regarding the collection
of customs along the Rhine as on
other problems connected with the
occupation, making the decisions of
the Rhineland commission his orders
to his army, according to Coblens ad advices.
vices. advices. BELGIAN HANDED A BULLET
Brussels,' March 11. A Belgian
guard was wounded by a bullet fired
by an unknown person in the streets
of Duisburg, according a dispatch
from that city to the Derniece Heure.
The circumstances of the shooting
have not been disclosed but an in-

VAUDEVILLE AT THE
ARMORY LAST NIGHT

and the items so clearly stet out that
no expert knowledge will be required
to understand them. Then, this bud budget
get budget so arranged, should be submitted
to the legislature during the first few

days of the session, not the last few cent reduction of wages, the salaries

days, and a copy of it should be placed ot ery employe of the road to be cut

on the desk of every member and it from president down

should be published in the leading

pauers of the state. And those who! the work which I thoroughly enjoyed

have prepared the budget, whether land 'gave earnest attention to the pro-

they are the governor and his asso-1 ceedings. iiut, 1 am iranK to say

ciates or the chief executive alone, I that at the end of the first two ses

should be required by law to appear I sions, I knew almost nothing about

at any time before the legislature in I appropriations. During the last ses ses-open
open ses-open session and explain and defend I sion, I served on the appropriation

any appropriation asked for in the committee and therefore had an op op-schedule.
schedule. op-schedule. Then every member of that I portunity to come more directly in

body, and his constituents back home I contact with, and knew more about

who are going to pay the bills may I them.

know at any step of the proceedings I It is not unusual for 1000 bill3 to

what bills they are going to be requir-1 be introduced during the 60 days of

ed to pay and why. This is business, 1 the legislative term. Every member

it is just, and it is consistent with the I serves on five or six or more commit-

A11 Vi sin o-Vit-f ul nonnlo aorrep that

Miami, March 11. Construction of L. 0 oca nf 'ommt

stopped today by a court injunction I fm thg and ft a&ree
because the structure is beiner erect-1. ... ..
""""o ... unfit annal n nam mi TV that not h-

ed to face a side street instead of the

main thoroughfare as prescribed by
building restrictions in a subdivision.

spirit of our institutions.
Our Present Fiscal System Operates

to Keep" the People in the Dark
Last year more than eight millions

of dollars were spent from the public

treasury. A staggering sum, even in

these days when the reckless waste of

public funds, state and national, has

become the rule rather than the ex

ception. is early 4UU per cent, more

than was spent ten years ago. Dur

ing that same period the population

of Florida increased less than 50 per

cent. In other words, our expenses

tees. They have their own bills to

look after and it is impossible even
for those who are experienced to keep
an accurate account of the various
and sundry appropriations that are
asked for, ranging from matters of

great importance to those that are

utterly ridiculous, so that at the end
of the session if the people i were to
ask what appropriations had been
made and why, very few members
could give any definite or worth

while reply. The majority of our
legislators are usually newly elected

The vaudeville program put on by
the American Legion in the armory
last night proved to be a fine per performance
formance performance and was largely attended,
all seats being taken and a number
standing
Florence Wells and Eddie Arm Armstrong,
strong, Armstrong, in their little sketch entitled,
"A Little Bit of Music, were certain certainly
ly certainly appreciated to the fullest extent.
It is a pleasure to hear Florence
Wells singing and to listen to the neat
and admirable way that this popular
team put its act over. They are great.
Mr. Albert Lester Lucas, singing
was superb. He is without doubt a
singer who inspires, whose perfect

enunciation and tone production is

so splendid that he fairly breathes breathes-the
the breathes-the spirit of the composers whose
message he delivers. His presenta presentations
tions presentations rendered last night were thor thoroughly
oughly thoroughly enjoyed.
Mr. J. B, King in his balancing act
was certainly a revelation to aE. His
balancing stunts were very graceful
and clever and his efforts were greatly
appreciated. His act was well liked.
That chin of his is as strong as the
prow of a battleship. This closed the
program of a fine show which was
greatly enjoyed by those present.
There were four acts originally

billed to appear, but Godfrey & Davis,
in a musical number, could not be pre presented
sented presented on account of Mr. Godfrey be

ing sick. AH regret not being able

to hear that musical treat.

Girl wanted at Music Store. 10-tf

too, with equal unanimity that noth

ing is so likely to lead to extrava
gance and inefficiency, if not dishon

esty, as that process which operates

to take money from the pockets of the

neoDle without their consent and

which SDends it without their know!

SADDLE THE STATE T,d w Imnw that this is'exactlv

WITH ANOTHER GRAFT what results from our present loose

and unbusiness like methods of rais-

Tallahassee, March 11. -The crea- me revenues by legislative enactment.

tion and maintenance oi a state bu- t considering the adoption of bud

reau of publicity will be urged before get reform, it is well for us to keep
the legislature. The North Florida Ll.rlv ;n mind what the term scien-

namoer or (commerce today an- ?- budeet means,

nounced that a bill to that is being J "vyhat is the Budget, and What is It

prepared, lhe bureau would be di- Designed to Do?

rected by the department of agncul- ; The answer is clear. "A budget is

ture.

increased about 800 per cent faster totally w?thout

than our population.

. There are in Florida, in round

numbers, a million people. I doubt

if one hundred of them know where
that eight million 'dollars came from

LAY ON THE LASHES

lence

Bridget Procedure No. Longer an Ex

periment
'As I state above, the budget system

is no longer an experiment. Since

except they have a vague sort of idea Wisconsin and California adopted it

it came directly or indirectly from! in 1913, 39 states have followed suit,

the pockets of the people, except that 1 25 of which have found by experience

portion of it which was contributed I that the executive budget is the most

OUR HUDSON BURR

WAS LEFT OUT

Doesn't Seem Possible to Lose Head
of Our State Railroad
Commission

(Associated Press)
Washington, March 11. President
Harding has nominated former Rep Representative
resentative Representative Esch, of Wisconsin, and
Mark Potter, of New York, to be
members of the Interstate Commerce
Commission; Fred Morris, of Dealing,
Mo., assistant secretary of state;
Thomas C Marvin, of Massachusetts,
tariff commissioner; Wm. S. Culber Culber-thon,
thon, Culber-thon, of Kansas, renominated as tariff

by the national government. They do satisfactory. These states faced ex-j commissioner; Medical Director Ed-

a means through which the represen

tatives of the people can intelligently

exercise their right and power to con

trol the public purse to decide what

"Treat 'Em Rough" Penalty Inflicted work shall be undertaken by the gov

by Tenants' Union on Traitors I emu en t and how much shall be paid

for it. The purpose of the public

Stevenson, Ala., March 11. Twen-j purse is to provide funds for work to

ty-nine lashes was the penalty pre-1 be done. The purpose of the control
scribed by the by-laws of the Tenants' lis to make certain that the officers

Union for violation of the oath of the! charged with doing the work shall in

organization, according to Chief Aus-lfact carry out the will of the legisla

te, of the Alabama law enforcement I ture. A budget must, therefore, (1)

department, investigating night rid- develop information for the Iegisla Iegisla-ing
ing Iegisla-ing in Jackson county. Twenty-seven ture and the public; (2) authorize
men are under arrest in connection work and provide funds for it, and

with the trouble and Austin said more 1(3) provide for the effective exercise

may be jailed today. I of control over the spending officers.'

The authority and the correspond-

DOUGHERTYS ASSIGNMENT ing duty should be imposed upon

some responsive head, preferably the

Rome, March 11. The pope has as-1 governor, to prepare a scientific bud

signed Cardinal Dougherty to con-lget which shall include every appro-

ereeations of sacraments, for Drona-1 nriation the leeislature will be called

est inn tst faith and -fni thm fYnontsl I onnn tr m V far t j t exnenses and

(church. I this schedule should be so arranged

not know what the money was ap-actly the same condition that is now

propriated for still less what return I facing Florida. Their needs for spend-

the state received for it; whether a I ing money outran their available rev

dollar was made to do the work of alenues and it became necessary for

dollar or the work of a penny. Ithem to adopt some means by which

The right to be heard before being every dollar spent could be made to

taxed has ever been a jealously guard-1 do more and better work. In 1915
ed and violently defended prerogative I our own legislature put our counties

of our neoDle. and iustly so. But. under I on a budget basis. If these other

our present fiscal system, the people (states succeeded in bringing fiscal

who are staggering along as best ( order out of chaos, as they did by the

fhey may under a tremendous back-J adoption of the budget system, can
breaking and heart-breaking burden I any logical argument be advanced

of ever increasing taxation, have ( why it would not serve the same pur

about the same voice in, and know (pose in Florida? The truth of the
about as much about the taxes which! whole matter is this: every state,

are levied upon them by each session Florida among the rest, will be oblig-

of the legislature, as the man in the led soonor or later, to adopt the bud

moon knows. 1 get plan. What, therefore," is the

Of course I am aware of the gen

ward R. Stitt. surgeon general of the

navy ,and William Joyce, of Los An

geles, renominated as a member of
the Federal Farm Loan Board.

DEN, BY PICKED ANOTHER GOB
- Secretary Denby voday announced
the "appointment of Attorney James
ML Carey of this city as his private
secretary. Carey served in the nary
during the war and is now an officer
in the reserve forces.

a scientific budget means, and its
many advantages over our present
loose and unbusiness like fiscal sys system,
tem, system, they will demand, its adoption.
When they find that it will substi substitute
tute substitute business efficiency and economy

'for extravagance and irresponsibility,

sense of putting it off from year to' and destroy invisible government,

erally accepted idea that in a demo-(year? It is true that a few reatcion-lthey will elect to the legislature only

cratic form of government, such aslaries in the state may succeed for

ours, the people are informed through time in preventing its adoption just

their representatives of what takes as they have always consistently op op-place
place op-place in the legislature; but nothing posed and delayed as long as possible,
could be more misleading in fact than the adoption of every progressive

this idea. I served through three I measure. It is well,, however, for us
general sessions and one extra ses- J to recognize the fact that this is an

sion. wnile tnere. l eniovea tne reD-iera oi advancement. io set oi men

utation of not being very far below

the average of my colleagues in intel intelligence.
ligence. intelligence. I was practically always in
my seat and was deeply interested in

those who pledge themselves to its

adoption. The people win no longer
be contest to submit to a system, the
tendency of which is to burden then
with taxation without allowing them
an opportunity to protest against it.
A means must be provided by law so

that, every taxpayer can readily and

can stop the wheels of progress any i accurately ascertain exactly what he

more than they can stem the tide of jis going to be taxed for before, net
destiny. As soon as the taxpayers j after, the tax is imposed, and the tax
of the state clearly understand what 'collector is knocking at bis door.



OCALA EVENING STAR. FRIDAY, MARCH 11, 1921

Oeala Evening Star

Pabllaae4 Every Day Except Saa4ay T
STAB PUBLISHING COMPANY,
OCALA, FLORIDA.

are mighty proud of it. Aldermen
Simmons and Goldman were at the
plant this morning when the engine
started and were much pleased at its
work. The engine is one of the most
powerful of its size made. Mrs.

Robert Allen Burford, whose firm sold
the engine to the city, has not only
supervised putting it up, but done a

great deal of the most important

work with his own hands. The Star

thinks the long years of worry with
the plant are over, and hopes the new
engine will bring in so much work for
the city that "Robert Allen" will have
to put in another at no distant day.

H. R. Carroll. PreaMeat
P. V. LaveB-oi, Srtarjr-Treaaare
J. II. BeajaaUa. KOltar
Entered at Ocala, Fla.. postofflea
second-class matter.
TELEPHONES
IuUkm Ofte FlTe-Oae
Editorial Deaartatcat TwfStfM

Sacfetr BMrter ..... ...Ftre-Om

member associated press (OLD "FAX AND FIGGERS" AGAIN

""he Associated Press la exclusively
entitled tor the use tor republication of

an news dispatches creUitsd to it or I Editor Star: Recently I received a

also the local news published Herein. I letter from a .Marion county gentle

iSJ&X &rl8?SrZVr 4 others have inquired, as to

- '. . the amount of taxes, etc., collected or

One year, in advance ....SS.OIMO vwujicu wiiu mc

tjix months, in advance s.ee i0f 1911 and 1919. Believing others in

urea ujuuiub, iu witun .... .. i . ... .,
One month, in advance iothe county would like to know, I write

las follows:

DUalart Plate 15 cents pr Inch lor I "KB

consecutive insertionaAlteraate Jtnaar-j comptrollers report for the years
tions 25 per cent additional. Compost-I ,n,n

tton cnarsres on ui. tnat run less um ii nnu um.

tVoTSo VeCrVedm0naL tts' 1911 the total cash, including

based on 4-lnch minimum. Less toan I amounts on hand at end of year, was

which will be furnished upon appuc- I ovvvoosu ana irwn ior ii,

Um!s.. Notlee.. 5 cents ner line for eluding like accounts, was $8,135,-

orat insertion; a cents per line for each 1228,12, making an increase in eight

week allowed on readers without extra I years of $425.388.80, or more than

composition charges. 1100 ntr rent

ini aaveriisements it lezai raiea. i

rnese reports say tne total county

If vou dont believe there is trouble taxea the state for 1911 was

when wires are crossed, just look at P4'020'672-86' for like purposes in
limn AA. rm 5

Yap. wis was ij.fo)i.lzouJor, an increase

ox io.sdu.ui, or neany zuu per

I A

That imnetuous lad v. Mrs. Grace!cem

" I SB kt m a

ttsiwaIi nf htsot; .v. rnnii Vxivo I Ane counties nave increased tneir

been hung if she had been a man, has costs more than the state has the

Wt Jidinde-ed insane and sent to the same lune

I fwrt A A

stftt flsvlnm. Ane whu staie ana county expen

uitures was au,o3.u in 19X1, ana

We didn't lose out on the fish pro- 966,488.92, an increase of $12435,
I "iff 4? Of

noif.inn after all. A kindhearted t,ww

I -wTVl A J H a S

friMid hrontrht n a hie- sea trout vea- lne 8lw miuage in was 0

terdav afternoon, and we have been mms m l l mms-

Viannv ever since. ls vunc w

rr I TT r- r-

xiere are some jaccs ana ngures

that should interest tax payers in this

county:

The total cost of the state execu-

A Strong: Witness
Natchez. Miss.The best med medicines
icines medicines I have ever used in my home

are Dr. Fierce s. e
have used the 'Gold 'Golden
en 'Golden Medical Discov Discovery
ery Discovery as a blood med med-Icir.'
Icir.' med-Icir.' snd as a tonic,
alcu f-r deep-seated
eoUfaL and weai
ln-nga, and It was
excellent.
"I always keen Dr.

Pierce's Pleasant Pellets In my home
for use when needed. I have given
them to my children since they were
fulte small. They can be given with
amXety te the smallest child, owing
to their beta free from any Injurious
true They regulate the stomach.
Irrer and bowels in a mild, but vei7
eCecttve way. I cannot speak toj
highly ot Dr. Pierce's medicines.
MRS. J. B GILBERT. 212 St. O?
rinr "-'

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INSTILLED VALUE OF THRIFT

The Pennsylvania, New York Cen

tral and other big railroads are going
vo1i-isa vrflooa nn A rrnl 1 nn1 o a

much trouble results in nronortion as tive department, the administrative

' on the A. B. & a:, a right smart of the the department I

muntrv will he tied n. n wx was dui ido,uuu more tnan

I 1 .1 A

m j.?xx ana tne increasea cost 01 an

A democratic contemnorarv Ravs wuuuwuvBt wauuve, jumgiary,

that the appointment of Senator Fall every commission, attache, inspector,

as secretarv of the interior will in. examiner, etc., was less tnan uu,wu

- j v x y 4 si

suit Mevico Possihlv. It's the Star'a more m i9lif lnan

omnion that a few nninted insults will 7 then is the nearly $4,000,000

Occasion When A. T. Stewart Im Impressed
pressed Impressed on His Clerks the Ne-
cesalty of 8avlng.
. A. T. Stewart was one of the oldei
generation -of American business met
the men who laid the foundation foi
the business structure of today. Ot
visit to New York In 1859 A. B. Far

quhar, then a lad and today head of A.

B. Farquhar company, called on Mr.

Stewart, and In the first of a serlei

of articles, in System, telling his mem
Lrs over his 64 years in active bus!
ness, Mr. Farquhar relates this inci
dent.

"As we were passing one of th
aisles, a man was sweeping up anc
Mx. Stewart's eye caught some ragi
among the litter. Rags were mud
more valuable then than today because
'that was before wood pulp was usei

in paper making. Immediately h
stepped, walked over to the sweeper
and In a very loud and lmperloui

voice reprimanded him for his waste

fulness. Then he went on inte the

filce and at once I asked:

"Did it not use up more of youi
time to 8 peak to that sweeping mat

than the rags were worth?

That's fine,' he answered, "but yot
will notice that I spoke se loudly thai

everyone in that room heard what

said. I meant that they should. s

aa to give them a lesson in saving, foi
money fs made by saving saving an
investing. You get your profit out o:

the leaks that you stop."

make Mexico behave better. She gave

America a profusion of them.

increase in these eight years of state
expenditures? I am not" defending

the many more, officials in 1919 over

ThA Tamnn Times savs that since U911' NoW Vi let the past alone.

nint and half-nint flasks and nistnls Taxpayer, shall your legislature

are all contraband hip pockets should for 3'000'000 for the four state
k. Ttr l I colleges for two years? Shall it vote

ject, friend Times. Right now w or .000,000 for county supennten supennten-havA
havA supennten-havA a handkerchief, a knife a hunch dent's nse? Shall they mcrease the

of keys and a notebook in our hip- "l-hool miHage? Shall they in in-pockets,
pockets, in-pockets, and we need them alL cr6Se the, COUnty .millaee?

i ii you ao not want an increase oi

Rnh Alivn mv hnVe Wn dwn tell your legislators so.

but he was never "out.? We expect To Messrs. Crosby, Hunter and Mayo

he Is conoratnlaHnt himself nnw nn 8y walc" olS appropriations.

getting his board free for two months. fve appropriation dui reaay
Why be a pessimist ?-Tampa Times. or vote befre last hour of the

If van knew much as Pnhe aii- legislature, otnerwise tne amerent ae-

and us do about jail grub, you'd P"" Hure,y ;ncrVf tour

rather work than hoard in one. taxes. n. a. Mgnt

The judge of the superior court at
Little Rock, Ark., asked the grand

jury in his court to investigate the
legislature, now in session. The leg legislature
islature legislature became offended and proposes
to impeach the judge. Seems to .us
that good sports are in minority in

the Arkansas legislature..

'UGAR SATURDAY AND MONDAY

12 pounds of sugar for one dollar,

v;th a dollars worth of other groc-

ries for cash, Saturday and Monday

nly. Phone 377.
dly-8t-tf H. B. WHTTTINGTON.

ROYAL ARCH MASONS

Elsewhere we publish a communica communication
tion communication from Mr. M. L. Dawson, secre

tary to the governor, giving reasons
for establishing a budget system for

the state. Mr Dawson's suggestion
is more than timely. If former Flor-j
' r ida legislatures had not been made up
of such inferior material, the state

would have been operating under the

budget system for years.

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.
8. L. Adams, Secretary.
a.
WOODMEN OF THE WORLD

Our young friend, E. P. Martin,
who became one of Catts pets. And

has been in hard luck ever since, has

lost not only his job as probation of

ficer of Hillsborough county but lost

his salary for the time he served, the

county ; commissioners who were
against his appointment, refusing to

pay him, and the supreme court sus

taining them. There's some mighty
fine farming land in the Martin neigh neighborhood
borhood neighborhood in Sumter county, and we
would advise E. P. to join the back
to the land movement.

Fort Ring Camp No. 14 meets at

K. of P. hall at 7:30 p. m. every sec
ond and fourth Friday. Visiting sov

teigns are always welcome. x
H. B. Baxter, C. C
Chas. K. Sage. Clerk.
k

I OCALA LODGE No. 286, 3. P. O. E.

The new turbine engine in the
Ocala light and water plant began
running this morning, picked up its
load and walked away with it. It is
a beautifully constructed piece of
machinery and runs smoothly and al almost
most almost noiselessly. It makes less noise
than a sewing machine, and a few
feet outside the plant cant be heard.
It is able to carry the peak load and
then some, a considerable some It
will be used all the time that the
heavy work of the day and night is
on, and then one of the smaller en engines
gines engines will be run for awhile. Super Superintendent
intendent Superintendent McKenzie and his assistants

Ocala Lodge No. 286; Benevolent

and Protective Order oi Elks, meets

the second and fourth Tuesday eve eve-pings
pings eve-pings of each. month. Visiting breth brethren
ren brethren always welcome. Lodge rooms
upstairs over Troxler's and the Book
ihop, 113 Mam street. :
C Y. Miller, E. R.
ODD FELLOWS

The H unary Man.

At the restaurant "I say, waiter
can't you speed things up a bit in tht
kitchen? Tell the chef I'm starving

I've waited half an hour for my din

ner

At a friend's "Mind waiting at

hour longer for the turkey to cook

Net at all Hadn't realized it was aftei
the hour you mentioned. Dare saj

there will be 'some later train I car

catch."

At home "Say, what In Sam HII
'matter with dinner? Expect me t

wait all night? Never saw such

place Why, here It Is five minutes

after the regular time right now!'

The Country Gentleman.

An Ob lection.

"Have you anything against Dlb-

blerr
"Nothing serious.'

t aimniv dislike the way he has of

parking his six-cent cigar on the cor corner
ner corner of my new mahogany desk when
.he comes In to talk business.'' Bir Birmingham
mingham Birmingham Age-Herald.
COMBATING VENEREAL
DISEASES

l MnmppIIiiy Rtotoir Commpsiimy I

; ONE OF FLORIDA'S BEST GARAGES
; Expert Repairs Tires Gas and Oil

Main Street, Opposite Foundry r OCALa, FLORIDA

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March 12th

1 IEsMiniy

SataFfey

AND

li(fflay

March 141h

A Special Purchase of 2400 yards of
PERCALE in light shades, pretty de designs
signs designs in all colors of stripes, dots and'
small designs. About 40 patterns
to select from. Absolutely Fast Colors.
This quality Percale sold recently
for 65 Cents a Yard.
Special for Satariay and Monday
ONLY

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THE FASHION CENTER

i Ocala,

Florida

Published by Request of the State
Board of Health

Tulala Lodge No. 22, L O. O.
iieets every Tuesday evening at the
Odd Fellows hall at the corner of
Fort King Ave. and Osceola street. A
warm welcome always extended to
visiting brothers.
T. C. Carter, N. G.
H. R. Luff man. Secretary.

MARION-DUNN MASONIC LODGE
Marion-Dunn Lodge No. 19, F. ft A.
M., meets on the first and third
Chnrsday evenings of each month at
7:30 o'clock until farther notice.
J. R. Dey, W. M.
B. L. Adams, Secretary.

Disease Control Ordinance
A city ordinance or regulations of
the city board of health containing
the essential feature sof the state
venereal disease control law recom recommended
mended recommended by the United States Public
Health Service should be in force. A
policy of consistent enforcement of
such regulations or ordinances must
be maintained.
These regulations form the neces necessary
sary necessary legal provisions for control in
the interest of the public health of
those infected with these diseases. As
far as possible these regulations are
patterned after theusual laws and
regulations found successful in con controlling
trolling controlling other communicable diseases.
They differ from such regulations in
protecting the patient from publicity
as completely as possible.
The venereal patient who puts him himself
self himself under the care of a physician and
follows his instructions as to the pro protection
tection protection of those with whom he lives
is not molested in any way nor does
his case become public knowledge.
The. state law and the rules and regu regulations
lations regulations of the state board of health
require that physicians shall report
all cases of venereal disease. These
reports are mailed in a government
franked sealed envelope and are kept
in an especially constructed vault in
the state board of health building so
that statistics with regard to the
disease may be obtained by the health
authorities with as little danger as
possible of any publicity.
It is only when a venereal diseased
person becomes a menace to the pub public
lic public health that the health authorities
step in under authority of law and
control his actions 'so far as neces necessary
sary necessary to protect the public.

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i YOUR OPPORTUNITY I
S What the President of the Ford Motor Company says about PRICES.
ZaMaas
H We have received the following from Mr. Edsel Ford, president of
the Ford Motor Company:
H "There is no change in the present Ford Car and Truck prices,
EE which already are at the lowest possible figure, and now with
E rock bottom reached on the Tractor price a further reduction in
EE price in either the car. Truck or Tractor is out of the question; in
EE fact the big price cuts have been made in anticipation of continu-
EE ous maximum production and increase may be necessary before
EE long if a large volume of new business is not obtained. Therefore
EE present prices of Ford products cannot be guaranteed against pos-
sible increase."
H While there is an actual shortage of Ford cars in other sections,
due to the closing down of the factories, we have been able to se-
55 cure a few extra cars for Spring trade and can make immediate
delivery of a limited number.
H BUY NOW WHILE THE PRICES ARE DOWN AND THE CARS ARE
H AVAILABLE. DELAY HAY EE BOSTLY TO YOU.
1 TUCKE& & SIMMONS
T DEAL&IS

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OCALA EVENING STAR, FRIDAY, MARCH 11, 1921

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WHAT PARIS DECREES
WOMEN SHALL WEAR

Some Changes for Spring ami Sum Summer
mer Summer in Ladies' Clothes WUJ Meet
with Popular Approval

(Correspondence Associated Press)
Paris, Feb. 21. A return to con conservatism
servatism conservatism in woman's dress is indi indicated
cated indicated in advance displays for spring
and summer now being held in Paris.
Several hundred American buyers
who have arrived for the seasonal
fashion shows are more pleased than
they have been since the armistice be because
cause because of the ease with which the new
' modes can be adapted to American
taste.
The Paris dressmakers continue to
show extreme effects in afternoon and
evening wear, but the majority of the
gowns reflect a return to sanity in
dress. Such is the view of American
buyers. Buying, however, is restrict restricted
ed restricted because of the general depression
in the United States. The business lull

in America has led to purchase of the
paost quiet models, the theory being
that American women during the com coming
ing coming season will buy only simple things
which can be worn on many occas occasions.
ions. occasions. The season i3 only half finished, but
a general indication has already been
given of the changes. One of the
most notable innovation is in the
lengthening of skirts at least one
inch. French dressmakeis admit that
this is a recognition of American
taste which has resented the extreme extremely
ly extremely short skirt since it was introduced.
Backs are still bare. This the dress dress-makers
makers dress-makers have refused to alter. Amer American
ican American buyers are purchasing these
, "bareback" models with a view to
rigidly modifying them in America.
While the new gowns are less radi radical,,
cal,, radical,, buyers say they continue., to" be

complicated and expensive. With the
reappearance of dyes of a pre-war
'standard, color dominates all gowns.

The material may be simple but gold
and silver and blue and pink trim

mings are combined to make it at attractive.
tractive. attractive. As one buyer described it,
"modern simplicity implies expense,

old fashioned simplicity dullness."
Prices continue high. Dressmak

, ers justify them by pointing to the

artistry, involved in their creations

and also to the fact that the materials

used were purchased at top prices

For the eastern type of beauty the

season offers much. There are dra

peries and turbans of all variety of

color and lone strings of beads of allJ
the colors of the rainbow. Beads are
to be worn extensively according to

the arbiters of fashion.
The season's effects hare been built
for the normally built woman and the
extremely plump and extremely thin
women -will have some difficulty in
choosing becoming gowns.
The corset has again been ignored.
So serious and consistent has become
this coolness to what was formerly
fashion's basic principle, that corset
manufacturers are contemplating an
extensive campaign to bring the cor corset
set corset back into its proper place. Paris
dressmakers say that corsets "are
simply impossible,'' if one desires the
utmost in smartness.
Feathers play a most important
part in the new hats. Ostrich plumes
in particular are being used on large
hats. Hats for the most part are
small, and are worn crushed down on
the head in many shapes.

Fruit is invading the realm of fash

ion, fjuncnes or iruit and flowers are
worn at the waist and, some of the

gowns have belts of roses around the

waist. Flowers are extnsively nsed

in many other combinations.

The prophecy of fuller skirts is

slowly but surely coming true, ac

cording to buyers. Although it is not

yet fully realized, the season's gowns

are sontewhat wider.

ine trail shoulder straps, upon

which so much depends, persists in

the new creations. The dressmakers
say they have strengthened it, so as

to avoid "embarrassins: complica

tions," but men buyers say it still has

dangerous aspects.

MEETING OF THE PARENT-

TEACHERS ASSOCIATION

Thursday afternoon- Miss Nellie.

Stevens, chairman of the program

committee, presided at the meeting of

the Parent-Teachers Association and

the following interesting program

was rendered:

Instrumental solo by Babette Pey

ser.

Two part chorus by Eighth Grade

Glee Club.

SUGAR SATURDAY AND MONDAY

12 pounds of sugar for on dollar.

w.th a dollar's worth of other groc

eries for cash, Saturday and Monday

r.ly. Phone 377.
dly-3t-tf H. B. WHITTINGTON.

PLEASANT TEA PARTY
FOR CHARMING VISITORS

. Yesterday afternoon the suburban
home of Mrs. Trusten Drake was the
charming setting for a tea at which
Mrs. Drake and Mrs. Frederick
Hocker received their friends.
The guests were met by Misses
Nettie Camp and Lutie Smith. Mrs.
Tydings and Mrs. Wm. Hocker cor cordially
dially cordially greeted the visitors at the door

jand presented them to Mrs. Hocker

Dialogue, "Henry's Pockets" Emi

ly Bitting and Pierce Daniels.

Reading, "A Healthy' Dream"

Mrs. L. N. Green.

Miss Stevens then introduced Miss

Murphy, public health nurse of Alach Alachua
ua Alachua county, who gave an instructive
talk on her work.' She briefly outlined
the development of the Visiting
Nurses Association before it was
brought into the public schools. The

statistics gained by examination of

draft officers upon the entrance 'of the
United States in the world war made

the interest in this work more wide widespread
spread widespread and in the survey it was found
that rural .districts needed health
supervision even more than the cities.

At present the school nurse is the

connecting link between the teacher
and the home. Of the essentials for

public school health work. Miss Mar

aud Mrs. Drake. Those receiving
with the hostesses Of the afternoon
were new residents and out of town
visitors, and included Mrs. Parry,
Mrs. Parker Painter, Mrs. Wilson,
Mrs. Neil Weathers, Mrs. Barker,

'Mrs. Creson. Mrs. Bloch, Mrs. Qoain-

tance, Mrs. Ware, Mrs. Duman, Mrs.
J. E. Dumas and Mrs. Lewis Shep Shepherd.
herd. Shepherd. Mrs. E. L. Carney also assisted in
the reception room. In the library
Mrs. Grider Perkins met the guests
and escorted them to the sun parlor.
The punch table was placed in the
sun parlor and presided over by Mrs.

Alison Wartmann and Mrs. Harry

Borland. The sun parlor, overlooking
the terrace and sloping fields of
green was a veritable bower of spring

blossoms in which one was prone to

linger and chat. The punch bowl,

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.Grocery Prices;
Are Getting Back to Normal.
We are taking care of our customers
by REDUCING THE PRICE the day the
decline comes. x
1 pound CRISCO. 21c
Impound CRISCO. 3Cc
3 pounds CRISCO 60c
6 pounds CRISCO .... $1.20
Postoasties, package 12c
Kellogg's Cora Flakes. 12c
Baker's Cocoa, one-half pound ......... 29c
Lowney's Cocoa, one half pound 25c
Belfry Cocoa, one-half pound 18c
Lowney's BULK COCOA, per pound.... 25c

phy emphasized the need of

training for. health direction.

Following Miss Murphy, Dr. Peek
read a splendid paper on "Malnutri "Malnutrition,"
tion," "Malnutrition," which upon request, he has con consented
sented consented have published. He discussed

the occurrence, causes, symptoms and

effects of malnutrition. Chief among
the last is the lowering of resistance
to disease. ,He dwelt particularly on
the treatment.

proper! from which fruit punch was served

by Mrs. Robert Anderson Jr. and
Mrs. R. S. Hall was a large block of
ice hollowed out in the center and
around which nasturtiums were ar arranged
ranged arranged and frozen, the whole sur surrounded
rounded surrounded with orange blossoms and a

, dainty tracery of fern.

The dining room, in which Mrs. L.
W. Duval and Miss Annie Davis pre presided,
sided, presided, was lovely in its color scheme

Mrs. L. N. Green made a request; of yellow and white. In the center of

for articles to be given for furnishing
a rest room at the school. She report reported
ed reported $61.55 had been made at the rum-

the table which was covered with a
lace cloth, was a large silver basket

'filled with yellow jonquils, while vases

mage sales held. She also spoke of of the same flowers were placed on the
the need of the primary school for a sideboard and serving table. The

!

As a strengthening tonic there Is
nothing better than Nox and Iron
Tonic Tablets, $1 per bottle of 100
tablets at Ceng's Drug Store. Guar Guarantied
antied Guarantied or money back. tf

Get your Easter dyes early at the
Court Pharmacy. Phone 284. 9-t

Norris' Candies are the best and
can be had only at the Court Pharma Pharmacy.
cy. Pharmacy. Phone 284. 9-6t

piano and suggested that raising the

necessary amount of money to secure
one be a work planned immediately.

By vote of the parents present the

third grade secured for their room the
beautiful copy of Corot for the com

ing month.
Did you know you could get a. pair
of all-wool blue serge TROUSERS at
FISHEIS for $5.95? 3-3t

Sentilla the mild cigar.

10-m

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The NEW CHALMERS

WE HAVE JUST RECEIVED
one of the very latest models
of the new improved
CHALMERS
six

Ask to see the
NEW CHALMERS

Men posted in automobiles, after
"trying the new Chalmers and
analyzing its specifications will
admit that it is unsurpassed for
the money,
$1975 at Ocala
The great. Maxwell Chalmers
factory, with its new organiza organization
tion organization of the widely known and
successful automobile manufac manufacturers
turers manufacturers at the head, and Fifteen
Millions of dollars of new money
behind them, are now putting
out the best products of the
country.

CARROLL EiOVORS CO.

R. R. CARROLL

Ocala,

Florida

color motif was further carried out
in the refreshments, which consisted

of orange and vanilla cream, lady

fingers and white cake with orange

icing, almonds and mints in yellow
and white. Placed on each plate was

a fragrant jonquil blossom.

The house was opened en suite and

the beautiful rooms brought forth

many expressions of admiration. The

rooms were filled- with flowers in

bowls and 1 vases placed everywhere,

Those assisting during the afternoon

and receiving in different parts -of
the house were Mrs. Emanuel Mar

tin, Mrs. Sidney Haile and Miss Ma

mie Taylor. Little Miss .Genevieve,
Mea Dozier and Emmie Miller Haile
and Margaret Hocker served in the

dining room.

Dunne the afternoon about one

hundred and fifty ladies called. Mrs
Drake and Mrs. Hocker proved them

selves delightful hostesses and the

affair, which was one of the largest of
the mid-Lenter festivities, was most
pleasant in every way.

I ; U-SEKVE STORES
j CASH AND CARRY
l One East and one West City Square

A.
$50 KEWAE&1D) $50 I

For the arrest and con conviction
viction conviction of thieves who
stole the 1920 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

OR
ALBERT 0. HAkRISS,
Insurance Agent,
OCALA, - FLORIDA

MORE BOOKS NEEDED
FOR THE PRIMARY SCHOOL

Last year the patrons of the
schools gave books for the library at
the primary school. These books have
been used during the year and have
been a great help to the children in

their supplementary reading. There
is still need of more books.
Within the past few years the state
board has changed the readers used
in the schools, and there are num numbers
bers numbers of these that the pupils who used
them then have now. Among these

are the "Aldine Readers," "Graded
Classics" and others suitable for chil children
dren children in the primary school. As these
are not the books adopted by the state

for regular use, there will be no sale
for them. If any one has any of
these books through the third reader

and will give them to the primary

school, these will not only help the

children in giving more material for

supplementary reading, but will also
save the patrons the expense of' buy

ing other books for this purpose. If
any one will giveany of these books,

please send them to the primary

school.

Left by mistake in my C-fr, some

groceries. Owner call phone 26. 9-3t

PLANT NAPIER GRASS NOW

'Price $2 per hundred settings. For

particulars see or address
5-t F. W. DITTO, Ocala, Fla.

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. Greene Co. drugstore. A. cordial

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

ORDER OF EASTERN STAB

OUR FE3QGE LUST
Meal and Grits 7 lbs, 25c; 15 lbs, 50c
Whole Rice . : 10 lbs, $1.00
Blue Rose Rice 3 lbs, 25c, 6tf lbs, 50c, 15 lbs, $140
No. 2 Tomatoes .2 for 25c, 3 for 35c, S for 65c
Lard Compound '. ....per pound, 15c
Pure Lard (bulk) .1 lb, 25c, 2 lbs, 45c, 5 Iba, IL00
Argo Starch, Octagon Soap, P. & G. Soap. .3 for 25c, 1 dozen for 95c
Irish Potatoes per peck, 50c
Sugar Cane Syrup, drawn from barrel, qt, 25c, JjGaL, 45c 1 GaL, 85c
Sealed Sugar Cane Syrup qt. cans 40c, 2 cans for 75c
Navy Beans 3 Iba. for 25c
Lima Beans .....2 Iba. for 25c
Fresh Eggs, all guaranteed, at market prices.
Henry Clay and Apex Flour, the best plain and Self Rising Flour
made.

1 1 juim in l-io, zvi-id. ana d-id pacicages.

Armour's Fertilizer and all kinds of feed.

We do not undercharge on one item and overcharge on another,
but make each thing carry its own profit. Can it bo fair any other
way? Our deli Terr service is for you to use; it does not cost you
any more if you order amounts to $1.00 or more

FARMERS' EXCHANGE STORE

Merchants Block

Phone 163

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

meets at the Masonic hall the second

and fourth Thursday evenings of each
month at 8 o'clock.
Mrs. Rosalie Condon, W. M.
Mrs. Susan Cook. Secretary.

YOUNG-MEKKM CO. 1
CIVIL EAGLMlIRSiAAD SURVEYORS

Licensed under the laws'of the Statfe of Florida
Surveys Plats Reports
'' Highways Drainage Phosphate

Capt. Edward Drake is associated
- with us and in charge of our Phos Phosphate
phate Phosphate Mine and Plant Department.
Oliiccs, 33-31 Colder Bldg. Phone Ko. 543
OCALA, FLORIDA

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Tire Prices Reduced
DIAMOND Non-Skid, 30x3. Q17 Aft
old price $20.00, now $11 .vv
DIAMOND Plain, 30x3. QIC HQ
old price $17.60. now..
6,000 Mile Guarantee
V FEDERAL, FISK AND DIAMOND TUBES
NEW PRICES Overhauling Ford motor $16.
Overhauling Ford rear end, $5 for time.
Grinding Ford valves, $3.
DIXIE GAM AGE
JAS. ENGESSER, Proprietor
Phone 258 West Broadway

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

Ocala, Florida

UUIH1ITE STAR LINE
Negotiable Storage Receipts Issued on Cotton. Automobiles, Etc

MOVE, PACK, SHIP
LIVE STOCK,
PIANOS, BAGGAGE.
MACHINERY,
FURNITURE, ETC..

THE WINDSOR HOTEL

JACKSONVILLE.

In the heart of the city with Hemming Park for a front yard.
Every modern convenience in each room. Dining room service Is
second to none

ROBERT M. MEYER,
Manager.
ENGLAND
wit-edge: spring
Auto Repairing!
ALL CARS
CYLINDERS RE-BORED AND
WELDING
2FFICIENT WORKMEN,
PROMPT SERVICE
REASONABLE CHARGES
GEO, J. WILLIAMS
Formerly Carroll Motor Company
Garage, Osceola St.
PHONE 597 Night 408
Where a delieate organ
Vif like the eye is concerned
tion is advisable.
Consult
DR. K. J. WEIHE,
Optometrist and Optician
Eyesight Specialist
Geo. MacKay 8 Co.
"Funeral Directors
and Embalmers g
Two Licensed Embalmers
Motor Funeral Cars
Private Morgue and Chapel
Day Phone 47
Night Phone 515
G. B. Overton, Manager
FISHEL'S have always been known
for the. good hose they handle for la ladies
dies ladies and men, and now they are intro introducing
ducing introducing the best known children's hose.
Try WONDERHOSE for the kid kiddies.
dies. kiddies. 10-3t

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BARNEY SPENCER, Phone 431
SPENCER
and Embalmers
Personal Service to all.
and Caskets Delivered.
217 West Broadway m

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LONG DISTANCE MOVING
Phone 296
ELORIDA
J. E. KAVANAUGH
Proprietor.

Sold cmywliew by furniture dealers
Ana department stores-
ENGLANDER SPRING BED COl
JWVark -Brooklyn Qiicegp

The Wireless Signal
of Distress
nil you are in Distress
Idon't fail to signal us
Weare always on
the fob
BLAL0CK BROS.
VULCANIZING
Ocala House Block
PHONE 78
r.i:;miiiiiiiiiis!ii.i'.iii
C. Cecil Bryant
PUBLIC ACCOUNTANT
Room 22 Holder Block
PHONE 195 OR 332
Get your Easter dyes early at the
Court Pharmacy. Phone 284. 9-t

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If you have any society items for
Star, please call five-one.
Mrs. A. P. Axtell of Jacksonville is
the guest of Mrs. J. J. Gerig.
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
There's no extra charge for clean clean-ng
ng clean-ng your fish at the city fish market.
Phone 158. tf
Mrs. J. O. Dekle expects to return
tomorrow to her home in Lakeland.
Did you know you could get a pair
of all-wool blue serge TROUSERS at
FISHEL'S for $5.95? 3-3t
Nux and Iron Tablets will tone up
the sytsem and give you strength.
give you
Bottles of 100 at one dollar each
at
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Gerig's Drug Store.
Mrs. H. McNealy of St. Petersburg,
was a visitor in tne city yesterday.
the guest of Miss Pearl Keeffe.
"It is hard for me to choose, they
are ail so pretty," remarked a lady
who was buying a HAT from
FISHEL'S. 4 3-3t
They're good to the "last bite" the
cinnamon roils made by the federal
Bakery. 9-6t I
There will be service at St. Philip
itholic church Sunday morning at I
Cathol
7:30 o'clock, Rev
John Conoley offi-
ciating.
Our spring HATS elicit, the praise I
I of 'many admirers, not only for their
style, but for their reasonable prices.
FISHEL'S. 3-3t
As the wholesalers come down, so
I do we. Delicious Martha Washington
candy at 90 cents a pound at THE
VOGUE. Phones 580 or 558. 22-tf
Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Sewell of New-
port News, arrived yesterday and are
spending several days with Mr. and
Mrs. J. P. Galloway.
You can always get fresh or salt
water fish, oysters, shrimp, etc, at
the. City Fish Market on Fort King
avenue. Phone 158. tf
Berlin-Jones stationery in boxes at
the Court Pharmacy. 9-6t
Dr. H. F. Watt is expected home
tomorrow. For the past two weeks
the doctor has been in Greenville, S.
C, at the government hospital, study.
ling tubercular diseases.
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
Americans. tf
Hot Boston baked beans, per quart,
30 cents; Boston brown bread per
loaf, 25 cents, Saturday night at Car
ter's Bakery. ll-2t
Mr. Merton Mann of Boston, is the
guest of his uncle, Mr. G. T. Maughs.
Mr. Mann has been visiting his sister,
Mrs. Wagoman in Tampa and expects
to return there for another visit be before
fore before going north.
Sentilla Cigars will suit your taste.
None but the best fresh butter and
eggs used in the cinnamon rolls made
at the Federal Bakery. 9-6t
Mr. and Mrs. John Edwards re
turned yesterday from a three days'
trip to aWtula and Bartow. While in
Watula they stopped with their
daughter, Miss Ava Lee Edwards,
who is teaching school there.
The "Variety" is a new package of
Norris Candies on sale here. Sixteen
varieties in each package. The Court
Pharmacy. Phone 284. 9-t
Our spring HATS elicit the praise
of many admirers, not only for their
style, but for their reasonable prices.
FISHEL'S. 3-3t
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Reed and Mr,
and Mrs. Ed Richardson of North
Adams, Mass., have returned to Or
lando, wher they are wintering, after
a few days visit in Ocala, the guests
of Mr. and Mrs. G. W; Chase.
Norris' Candies are the best and
can be had only at the Court Pharma
cy. Phone 284. 9-6t
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 558 for
quick delivery of our QUALITY ICE
CREAM. 29-tf

Mr. and Mrs. Guy Ayer and son and
Mrs. Ben Raggsdale, who have been
in Miami this week, are expected this
afternoon and will remain until Sun Sunday
day Sunday as the guests of Dr. and Mrs. C

B. Ayer, before returning to their
home in Atlanta.
Sentilla Cigars sold everywhere, m
While in Ocala stop at 113 Magno
lia street and see the New Domestic
Kerosene Burner; fit in any stove. 6t
Mr. and Mrs. W. O. Gillis, who have
been spending the winter at the home
of Mr. and Mrs. A. S. Burgess, left
today for St. JFetersburg. Tney are
delighted with Ocala and the friends
they have made while here hope that
they will return next yean4
Don't fail to visit the Guarantee
Clothing & Shoe Company. Every
thing we sell is guaranteed. We're
fighting for QUALITY not prices, tf
"It

t is hard for me to choose, theyfight on lax censorship of motion pic pic-all
all pic-all so pretty," remarked a ladytureSf wnich gome offiiais of women's

are
who was buying
HAT
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FISHEL'S.
3-3t
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The friends of Mrs. Kendall and
Miss May Kendall will be sorry to

hear that they expect to return to;ture and it haa received the injorse injorse-their
their injorse-their home in Charlotte. N. C, Mon-;ment of a number of religious and

aay. iney na.ve Deen in ucaia anout

two monins ana wnue nere nave oeen; movcment here, which is fos fos-staying
staying fos-staying with Mrs. Kendall's daughter, tered bv Susan r Anthonv Club

Mrs i. m- MCLan on iast rort ang;of
avenue.
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Nunnally's and Liggett's Candies
educed to ONE, DOLLAR the pound,
t Gerig's Drug Store. tf
Economize! Make your OLD hat
NEW with COLORITE. All colors at
Anti Monopoly Drug Store. 3-9-10t
Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Osborne, Mrs.
Martha Osborne and Mrs. S. J. Os
borne left this afternoon for a week
end at Daytona. St. Augustine and
Jacksonville. Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Os Osborne
borne Osborne will return to Ocala Monday.
while Mr. Osborne's mother and sis sister
ter sister will return to their home in Char Charlotte,
lotte, Charlotte, N. C.
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-
hmg we sell is guaranteed. We're
.ghting for QUALITY not prices, tf
The following visitors were noted
on our streets in the tlye last day or
two: T. Williams, Cotton Plant; Mrs.
Iva T. Sprinkle, Reddick; W. L.
Wells. Arcadia; Mrs. T. C. Fletcher
and daughter. Miss Irene Fletcher,
Mrs. McKinney and G. P. Tignor, Wil Wil-liston;
liston; Wil-liston; J. A. Snelling, Lowell; H. B.
Munroe, Belleview.
W. K. Lane, M. D., physician and
furgeon, specialist eye, ear, nose and
throat. Office over 5 and 10 cent store.
Ocala, Fla. Adv. tf
Hot Boston baked beans, per quart,
30 cents; Boston brown bread per
loaf, 25 cents, Saturday night at Car Carter's
ter's Carter's Bakery. ll-2t
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
the NEAR EAST or CENTRAL
EUROPE. S-3t
Mr. G. H. Whittington came
in
from Flemington yesterday evening
with a carfull of boys and girls to see
the legion vaudeville. His party con consisted
sisted consisted of, beside himself. Misses Edith
Cone, Agnes Bishop and Irene Rou
and Messrs. Ray Whittington and Ar
thur Rou ,and they were certainly
having a good time.
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
SUGAR SATURDAY AND MONDAY
12 pounds of sugar for one dollar,
with a dollar's worth of other groc
eries for cash, Saturday and Monday
nly. Phone 377.
dly-3t-tf H. B. WHITTTNGTON.
Make your wants known by adver adverting
ting adverting them.
ODD FELLOWS
Tulula Lodge No. 22, L O. O. F.
meets every Tnesdsy' evening y the
Odd Fellows, hall at the corner of
Fort King Aye. and Osceola street. A
warm welcome always extended to
fi siting brothers.
T. a Carter, N. G.
H. R. Luff man. Secretary.
Unclassified ads. gets results.'

Mothers, Prepare!

a girl becomes a woman,
woman becomes a mother
and when a vomu
passes through the
changes of middle
.31 -Ilife. are the three
periods of life when
Pierce's Favor Favor-Prescription
Prescription Favor-Prescription is
most needed. Many
thousands would
testify Just as does
the following:
. Ra chine. Va. "I
took Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescrip Prescription
tion Prescription about two years ago during ex expectancy
pectancy expectancy and got along fine better
than any other time. I was ill only
two hours, or maybe less. I am the
mother of seven children.' 1LRS. J.
L HALIBURTON, R. F. D. 1.
Send 10c for large trial package of
Favorite Prescription Tablets to Dr.
Pierce's Invalids' Hotel. Bualo,K.Y.
THE LADIES ARE NOW
AFTER THE 3IOVIES
Kansas City, Mo., March 10. Club
women of Kansas City have begun a
organizations declare is responsible,
f ::T"T";.r 7,;v.;n TnH
for an increase m juvenile crimes and
immorality.
A bill creatini? a str.te board cf een
rshiD ia before the Missouri letrisla-
VAmn, rr,nizatinn
City (Q strength
emMThin rpoTiiation in Knsj
city to make motion pictures safe for
youths it was ann0unced. A meeting
0f representatives of all women's)
i-uh th ritv will be held soon toi
evolve a plan
censorship.
for obtaining stricter I
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'UGAR SATURDAY AND MONDAY
12 pounds of sugar for one dollar,
vith a dollar's worth of other groc groc-ries
ries groc-ries for cash, Saturday and Monday
nly. Phone 377.
dly-3t-tf H. B. WHITTINGTON.
MARION-DUNN MASONIC LODGE
Marion-Dunn Lodge No. 19, F. & A.
M., meets on the first and third
Chursday evenings of each month at
7:30 o'clock until further notice.
J. R. Dey, W. M
B. L. Adams. Secretary.
ROYAL 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 TOE WORLD
Fort King Camp No. 14 meets at
K. of P. hall at 7:30 p. m. every sec
ond and fourth Friday. Visiting sov-
l feigns are always welcome.
' H. B. Baxter, C. C.
Chas. K. Sage, Clerk;
Arrival and departure of passengei
tra:ns at OCALA UNION STATION
The following schedule figures pub published
lished published as information and not guar guaranteed.
anteed. guaranteed. (Eastern Standard Time)
SEABOARD AIR LINE RAILROAD
Lea e
:15 am
:55 pm
:17 pm
Arrive
Jacksonville-NTork
Jacksonville
Jacksonville
: Tarn Da-
2:10 am i
1:34 am
4:15 pm
2:15 am Manatee- 4:05 pm
St. Petersburg
:15 am Tampa 2:10 am
2:15 am, Manatee- 4:17 pro
:05 pm Tamna-St. PetrsLrg 4:17 pm
ATLANTIC COAST LINE R. R.
Lesve Arrive
2:12 pm Jacksonville-NTork 2:48axr.
1:45 pm Jksonville-Gainsville 3:35 pn
6:42 am Jksonville-Gnesville 10:13 on
2:4 am St.Petsbrg-Lakeland 2:12 r
3:35 pm St.Petsbrg-Lakeland 1 :25 pm
7:10 ajrt Dunnellon-Wilcox
7:25 am "Dunellon-Lkeland 11:03 en.
Z:2Z pm Homosassa 1:30 pro
10:13pm Leesburg 6:42 am
1:45 pm Gainesville 11:50 tsc tsc-"Monday,
"Monday, tsc-"Monday, Wednesday. Friday.
-Tneiwlmv. Tbariav. Satardav
IP LET US BUILD YOU A m
mmm
Select your own lot and
plans. Terms: hslf cash,
balance like rent. Call and
talk it over with us.
RAY I THOMSON
Abstract Building
NEEDHAT.1 MOTOR CO.
General Auto Repairing
and Storage
Gasoline, Oils and Grease
USED CARS FOR SALE
Cars Washed L00
Cars Polished -50
Oklawaha Ave. & Orange St
Phone 252

When
when a

RAILROAD

UNCLASSIFIED

ADVERTISEIENTS
WANTED, LOST. FOUND, FOS
SALE. FOR RENT AND SIM SIMILAR
ILAR SIMILAR LOCAL NEEDS
Rates: Six lines, maximum, on time,
25c; three times. 50c; six times, 75c;
one month. S3. Payable in advance.
JHERO-COLA WOODYARD We are
prepared 'to furnish oak or pine
wood for, either stove or fireplace
on 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 Sts.
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, $1-50 per 1000.
Wauchula Plant Farm, Wauchul&y
Fla. v 3-1-lm
F0R SALE 0R TRADE One 8-room
uuusc hiui an mguern cuuvcnitrnccs,
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
came neighborhood, under ssms
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 witfe
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,"Marioa
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. 7-6t
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 tomato
plants, 20c. per hundred, $1.25 per
1000. C. H. Cooner, Ocala, Fla.
Phone 389. ll-6t
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 used to children.
Enquire for Mr. Haseman at Farm Farmers
ers Farmers Exchange, No. Ill Magnolia
street. 10-6t

FOR SALE At a 9 bargain, seven. H

passenger 1916 model Overland; 0
Continental motor; Bosh magneto. v
First class condition. See Sedan
Hardee at O'Neal and Holly's ga

rage. 10-6t
LOST Amazon cord tire 35x4 V4 with
rim complete; between Dunnellon
and Stokes bridge. Liberal reward
for its return. Write Jack CriHe,
Inverness, Fla. ll-3t
FOR RENT Unfurnished house. Im ;
mediate possession given. Phone
237, Mrs. J. O. Dekle.
FOR SALE Nearly new Dodge tour
ing car, 1920 model. Has run about
3400 miles. Has front and rear
bumpers, shock absorbers, snubbers,
spot light, windshield lwnbw n4
extra tire. The rear tires have been
replaced by U. S. Royal All Cord,
which has run only about 100 miles.
Price $950 cash. Address EoxvlC3,
Ocala, Fla H-3t
L. ALEXANDER
PRACTICAL CARPENTER
BUILDER
AND
Care?cl estimates made on all
tract work. Gives more and better
I work fir the money than any other
? I contractor in the city.
LIFE
, -9 ISA
I
A. E. GERIG
INSURANCE
Ocala, Florida
ACCIDENT AUTOMOBILE
Berlin-Jones stationery in boxes at
the Court Pharmacr. Jtt



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