The Ocala evening star

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Title:
The Ocala evening star
Uniform Title:
Ocala Evening Star
Alternate Title:
Evening star
Star
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v. : ; 61 cm.
Language:
English
Publisher:
Porter & Harding
Place of Publication:
Ocala, Fla.
Ocala Fla
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daily (except sunday)
daily
normalized irregular

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Newspapers -- Ocala (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Marion County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Marion -- Ocala
Coordinates:
29.187778 x -82.130556 ( Place of Publication )

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Dates or Sequential Designation:
Began in 1895; ceased in 1943.
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Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 5 (June 24, 1895).
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Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: Project #00110855

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NINO
Temperatures
ThiS morning, 62.
This "afternoon, 84..
. WEATUX2 F0-2TCAST
Local rain probably tonight and
Sunday; not much change In tempera temperature.
ture. temperature. VOL 27
0GAL, FLORIDA. SATURDAY, MARCH 12, 1921
NO. 0(1
001SIIEVI IME
SELF THE CHINESE
SAYS HARDH1G
OHIO CITY HAS
EVEIIIIIG FOR
SUMMER TIME IS
BASEBALL TIME
D0A11D OF TRADE
IEEI1 DEATEII
O'llEILL AIID OOSH

I AK

AD

SPLEilDID HOTEL
FOnSAIIFOOD

A 1T0REAK

Americana Have Given Liberally, but After Many Day Battle for Petro-

Millkma of Peoole are Yet in gnrf, the Aaardusta Have

an Extremity

Bee Ousted

I w. -a m 1 n TI-. A l i

W..k;nrtAn Hf.rrh 12 An anneal I warw,aurcn i-rewogrwom

I . . m .; M

, ,1 Hft vprv. tJ nanus ex xne revolutionary iwrces

thine in their power toward the relief the bolsheviki have been ousted.

f.i. in n,:n iz.rvrtMg to a wirei message m

sued today by President Harding. The tertepted her todav Sieved to k e

president declared that although the "in,Ktau-
: l -1,. i;Vvim11v tia I

r;SS n- I WINSTON CHURCHILL IS

:i.. u UNPOPULAR IN EUIrT

i,jwtvx .1 f1" . 1 Associated Pre;

A decision regarding membership I Alexandria. Eypt. March 12. Na-

f or, the shipping-board was still hi Uive -j fc, breaking np a demon-

abeyance today. Mr. Harding is un- gtratjon against Winston Spencer
derstood to be encountering difficulty Churchill, pew secretary for the col-,
in inducing any of the men he has in onjea were 8toned today and compell-

mmd for chairman to accept tne place. flee Reinforcements for the po

Today the president discussed the sit- lice wno caflie up fired on the crowd,

uation with several members 01 vxnJikjlline tnree persons and wounding

gress, including Senator rietcner, oj others.

the commerce committee.

A BAD SELECTION ANOTHER GEO. W

Washington. .March 12 It is under

stood that Georee Harvey of Harvey's A man sat with pipe and book and

Weekly has been selected to be am- an eighteen-dollar bottle of hooch be-
. I m -J- !-. l

Good-Sized Race War Follows Asaaalt
by a Negro on a Little
White Girl

bassador to Great Britain.

fore the radiator. one night while, his

wife turned a three-year-old dress.
rrn l : J J t: u 1 1

BASEBALL SCANDAL TO BE An . . .

. I lossea on nis nun arinx 01 noocn. rus
AIRED IN COURT MONDAY 1 lo0ked up him .a,mly and

(Associated Press)
Springfield, O., March 12. Spring Springfield
field Springfield is quiet this morning following
a disorderly night during which one

policeman and one negro were wound

ed in an interchange of shots between

the police and negroes. Three com companies
panies companies of state guardsmen are on duty
today. The entire Fourth Ohio In Infantry
fantry Infantry has been mobilized in antici

pation of further rioting here. Ma

chine guns have been mounted at the

county jaiL The militia is not pa patrolling
trolling patrolling the streets, but is under arms

ready to answer riot calls.

TKe trouble started shortly before

midnight with the shooting of a po

liceman after he had ordered a group
of negroes to disperse, and was the
outgrowth of an assault Monday night

on an 11-year-old white girl by an

unidentified negro who escaped.

While attempting to persuade ne

groes to return to their homes and

desist from violence. City Manager

Parsons, Mayor Westcott and Police

Inspector Flack were fired upon, but

none were wounded. Between 20 and
SO arrests wefe made during the

night.

saidr -. ...,

Georg.e when you proposed to me

her in amaze-

(Associated Press j

nicago, iuarcn "Myou said yon were not worthy to undo

nicago wime oox the latchets of my shoes.",
charged with throwing the 1919 World! -

. . "w George swrea-ai,

series, wnicn Degins luonaay Beorement
WT T-l T-V .1 IV. A..1W

juage ,wm. u. iever ox ui cuuu.jr Weiif what of it?" he snarled.

coun, expeciea 10 onng lorva MJntr eh- anwrdf "nnW

dence that almost everyone connected y fpp you that whatever else
with tht alleged conspiracy was dou- yon vere you werent a M-D

U1C "uaocu in jr. Itroit Free Press.

The loss by Charles A. Uonuskey,
owner of the club, "of his champion championship
ship championship team and of players valued col-

a a t i mnsrv t

eciiveiy as mgn as ouv.uuy, was Not long agQ there appeared in a

lOOKea upon Bl tne wme w. uw jury westem paper the following:

investigation as a aouuie crossing un- MThft -ntl-man who found nock

paralleled in baseball history. Terti- L- mmey in Main street is

mony given oeiore me : grana jury reqtiested to forward it to the ad-

.ana wmcn prooaoiy wju w mmaucw the loser, as he was reeog

auring ine iriai, inaicaiea mai inenized"

FAILED TO WORK

OIL STOVE SET AN HOTEL AFIRE

Several Lives Lost in a Blaze at Clin Clinton,
ton, Clinton, Oklahoma

(Associated Press)

Oklahoma City, March 12. Several
persons lost their lives in a fire which

destroyed the hotel at Clinton, Okla.,

early today, according -to reports re

ceived here. One man is said to have
jumped from a third-story window
and was killed. The fire is believed
to? have started from a defective oil

stove.

CLARA' HAD DELILAH

OUTCLASSED COMPLETELY

alleged plans of the gamblers charged
with fixing the series and of players

charged with throwing it, also went

astray in several respects.

This testimony, given by witnesses,

Attempt to Settle with Fists and! Eight Hundred Thousand Dollar will

Ballets their Bariaesa and I be the First Unit of Ex-

Family Affairs I penditore

(Associate Press) r I (Associated Press)

Tampa, March 12 Physicians fear-l Sanford, March 12. Work on con

ed today they might have to amputate I struction of a -new tourist hotel here

the arm of M. J. O'Neill, who with by the Lake Monroe Hotel Corpora Corpora-his
his Corpora-his wife and Mrs. W. D. Bush were tion will begin in the near future, in in-shot
shot in-shot last night. Bush is being held terested persons announce. The first
without bond, wounded in a hospital, unit of the hotel planned is 150 rooms.
The police say that Bush, a business It is estimated the expenditure for the
man, and O'Neill had several dis- first unit, a golf course and pier on
agreements in business and family the lake front will total $800,000. The
affairs. The two couples met while second unit of 150 rooms will be con-

riding in their automobiles. They I structed later.

alighted to settle their differences.

O'Neill claims Bush struck him and EDITORS' LAST DAY

then drew a pistol and began firing.! IN ST. AUGUSTINE

O'Neill was shot three times, his wife

was struck in the foot and Mrs. Bush Finishing a Busy and Profitable Sea-

recefved two bullets in the thigh. The! skm in the Ancient City

women are sisters.

(Associated Press)

MRS. CUMMER PRESIDENT St. Augustine. March 12. A dis-

OF FLORIDA MOTHERS cussion of foreign advertising by S.

C. Thies, of New York, an address

(Associated Press Ibv Walter Williams, n resident of the

Jacksonville, March 12. AH state! World's Press Congress, reports of

clubs which pay their dues, by April! committees and-election of officers oc-

lst wiU become chatter members of Icupied today's session of the National

the Florida branch of the National! Editorial Association here.

Congress Mothers and -Parent-Teach-1 The next meeting place also will be

era Associations, under by-laws adopt-1 selected before the conclusion of busi

ed here today in completing the or-lness sessions. Afternoon and evening
ganization of the state branch. Mrs. I entertainment are features of the

Arthur G. Cummer, of Jacksonville,! program.

was named president.

CANT RECOVER BODY

x OF CAPT. CONAILIESEN

OFFICERS ELECTED
The election of officers resulted in

the election of E. E. Brodie, of Ore

gon City, Oregon, president; J. C.

Brimblecom, Massachusetts, vice pres

ident; H. C. Hotaling, Minnesota, ex

ecutive Secretary. All members of the

executive committee were re-elected.

The selection of the next convention

city was left, to the executive com

mittee.

(Associated Press)
Carrabelle, March 12. Searchers
have been unable 'to recover the body
of Captain John Conailiesen, of the

schooner Yankee, drowned in the, bay
here Thursday night when he fell
overboard. The captain was widely

known on the gulf coast and regarded ANy CHANGE W0ULD

as one oi me most successiu. snapper BE ADVANTAGEOUS

iisnermen operating out oi uus porx.

Kic kin and Contribute Toward Help Helping
ing Helping and "Keeping Up a Lire
Team for Oca la
The warm weather for the past few
weeks has made us' look up our bath bathing
ing bathing suits sew up the holes and get
ready for Silver Springs, but we are
about to forget that summer time also
means baseball time. Have you kick kicked
ed kicked in yet-towards a team for Ocala?
It takes money to play winning base baseball
ball baseball and Ocala doesn't want to put
out a losing team.' Every afternoon
the local boys are out on the diamond,
practicing as if the first game came
the next day. We are going to have
some good players from the home
boys but we must have some outside
help if we expect to make it interest interesting
ing interesting for teams from towns our size.

The suits are ordered but they are

coming C O. D. Won't it be a dis disgrace
grace disgrace fVir the American Express Co.

to find out that Ocala isn't loyal

enough to its ball team to take, the

suits out of the express oice? Mr.
Maughs would like to' let us have them
without paying- the charges but that
would be a pretty heavy donation for
one man. Mr. C. K. Sage is treasurer
of the Ocala Baseball Association. He
has plenty of time to deposit the mon money
ey money you send him. Loosen up! Don't be
a-tightwad. The baseball association
meets .Wednesday night. March 16th.
If you haven't any money, come and
give us some gas about your ideas.
Admission to the meeting is free and
there will be no collection taken. Re Remember
member Remember the time, 8 o'clock Wednes Wednesday
day Wednesday night, March 16th, at the Board
of -Trade hall.

GARMENT WORKERS
IN BOSTON "WRANGLE

... (Associated Press)

Ardmore, March-12. Hamon on his

The next day there appeared in the (death bed accused Clara Smith Hamon

same paper the response, which akhojof firing a bullet with a pistol in her

courteous, had an elusive air: I right hand while she stood at his bed

The recognized gentleman who! side stroking his head with the left,

kinlrAyl A AbAitvAAb w ILn

was 10 me enecv mat, gamutem -.ta t t testified today.

i l 1 3 a i 1 a. I I

aouoie crossea certain piayers oy nMat Convenient date." Harper's Mag,

maKing gooa on promised Dnoes, cer-ij i i s her VOICE

tain piayers in return aou Die crossed "There is only one thing that kept

- I r

tne gammers Dy- winning a game on I ONE GOOD TURN jmy daughter out of grand opera,
which the gamblers had pyramided rAMJt FftR ANOTHER 1 said the Proud Pork Packer. DDttine

previous winnings and tnus lost many i I his chest.

thousands oi dollars lor tne. nxers.i v aa nv. a 1 Yah T hnw" nM th Parlnt

and that some of the players even aid th atrmM.. and t nav never Pet: I've heard her sine." Richmond

r J V ..I 1- - .

qoupie crusseq eacn utner, fnrAtmn M ITimes-Disnatch.

. .... ev"" if. i

Chicago lost tfte nrst two games An TftBlld tha Sd man. with a

th aeries and on these-two games va-lteful expression on hi. face, "and
rious gamblers were said to have won C.vtt .

many thousands of dollars. Claude Not exactly." repUed the stranger,

wiinams ano joe wacsson. m weir ive just got into town and need an-

grand jury coniessions, said mat tne other favorj and X thought of you

piayers were promised a certain ri?ht away." etroit Free Press.

aiuvuutf ui luuitcj oxvci avti aniC uut

Amltt tfH TaAVflnn aitrl 17 ill i a m

..., -- HE'D BETTER HAVE BEEN

lUiucjncM iu l cwci I nag uivucjf. nvvuH S A DDIVf! IT ITU

players became very angry when the
gamblers failed tp make good on. the
promise of payments after each game

And paying thus been double crossed

DOESNT COUNT

(Associated Press)
Gainesville, March 12. The second
unnniil iMifrttTiM tf tHnriH Viicrh

i Your new stenog is a beauty. Can Lchool principals win neld at the
Lsp ..'.. L 1 University here April 7-9. One of the

principal matters to be. considered i?
the advisability of changing or reor reorganizing
ganizing reorganizing the curriculum of th3 high
schools in the state.

she

"Does it matter?" Louisville Cour

ier Journal.
. i.
FINANCIAL STATEMENT

"Edith is. one of those girls whose
interest in a man is governed by his

wealth."

"I' see; the greater the principle the

greater the interest." Boston Trans-script.

TABLE DAMASK

Get your Easter dyes early at the
Court Pharmacy. Phone 284. 9-6t
COR-WRECKT

Al Bert: How do these love tri

angles usually end?

Phil Bert: Most of them turn into

la wreck-tangle. Science and Inven

tion

Anybody hurt is the wreck ?"
Qne gentleman, I blieye,w
"Bones broken,"

"T'tltfnlr it mi Vionrt Tf sat

by thp gamblers did their best to win dawn-by a ieaking suse and shed

FOR RENT Furnished apartments
at 129 Fort King Ave. Phone 207. 6t

- he third game of the series,.

1 The gamblers, it wgs said, pyramid pyramided
ed pyramided their bets, betting on the second
game against Chicago all they had
won the first. The combined winnings
were placed to win the third game

ODD FELLOWS

tear. Birmingham .Age-Herald-

TABLE DAMASK

... vu .. V. W. W. V f
neeti every Tuesday evening at the

Odd Fellows hall at the corner of

Fort King Ave. and Osceola street. A

Bas Co, linenited proeess'The finish I warm welcome always extended to

n;u v J permaennt and indestructible You I isiting brothers

in. .. a i ...vi-L i I iiuouiumi uv uts v sutrcu. saute- I v. vji ci

-i u i-a;a v ki cial for Monday, 98 cents per yard. H. R. Luffman. Secretary

rZLrf"' KBWl1 Ut - B. GOLDMAN.

A $5 Gillett Razor outfit for 3 for

a limited time. Jake s. l2-2t

Felsh, Weaver, Risberg and Mc-

Mullin, maintain that they never en

tered the conspiracy and never receiv

ed money. Jackson and Williams deny :

they threw games, although admit

ting they received monev. Cicotte

confessed to receiving monev and to riin-jones Stationery m boxes at

nn intentional misnlav. Hnnu hthe Court Pharmacy. 9-6t

. never surrendered, but in press state

ment; was quoted as denying that hel lor uniform mileage b,uy Muler

tpok any part in the dpal. He was J tires at the Kumbak ; Service Station.

named by Williams as the man whfl

gave him $10.00Q, hpwever, $5060 for They're food to the last WtaV-the

himself ftn4 $5000 for Jaekson- Jelnnamon rolls made by the Federal

Bakery. 9-6t

Nope but the best fresh butter and

Sen tilla Cigars sold everywhere, ml eggs used in the. cinnamon rolls made

I at the Federal Bakery. 9-6 1

MARION-DUNN MASONIC LODGE

Marion-Dunn Lodge Noi 19, F. & A-

!M., meets on the first and third

Thursday evenings of each month at

7:30 o'clock until further notice.

J. R. Dey, W. M.
B. L. Adams. Secretary.

TOO TRUE

Bas Co. linenized process. The finish
is permaennt and indestructible You
absolutely do not have to starch. Spe

cial for Monday, 98 cents per yard.
It c ... B. GOLDMAN.

"Should a girl marry for love or

money?"

"Well, it's a question. You ge

fooled on both propositions." Louis

ville Courier-Journal.

DID YOU EVER SEE ANYTHING

DO?

A LITTLE MIXED

He asked the policeman his no.
When he awoke from his much-needed

slo.
But the copper got hot
And clubbed him a lot

On the head, with1 a big piece, of lo.

Princeton Tiger.

' Sunday School Teacher: And when

the children of Israel came to the Red

jea woat nappeneai I While in Ocala stoD at 113 Maeno-

Bobbie: They passed througn bone 8tret and gee the New Domestic

Kerosene Burner: fit in any stove. 6t

rUK SALE A good all purpose! ppinY

horse for sale. Good saddler, driver

and worker. Will trade lOr gOOd Ch. You hav nch wnnHrfnl lins!

Ford car. Call at this office. 12-3tlTu.v VO(1m imv rnvl on Hri

He: Well, I never missed an occas

ion. Mass. iecn. voo uoo.

TABLE DAMASK

Bas Co. linenized process. The finish

is permaennt and indestructible You

absolutely do not have to starch. Spe- Seryice Station.

cial lor Monday, y cents per yard,
lr B. GOLDMAN.

Bring us that old tire and well

prove that vulcanizing pays. Kumbak

12-t6

NATURE. THE SLACKER

Sentilla Cigars will suit your taste.

A $5 Gillett Razor outfit for $3 for

a limited time. Jake's. lS-2t

KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS

Ocala Lodge No. 19. Conventions
held every Monday evening at 7:30
o'clock at the castle hall, over the G.

"It's all rieht to svmnathize with
jwater fish, qysters. shrimp, etc., at C Greene Co. drugstore. A cordial

SYMPATHY IS CHEAPER

Yon can always' get fresh or salt

the under dog in a fight," remarked the s Market qn Fort Ring I velcome to visiting brothers.
th Observer of Events, and Things, Jhone U8. tf Tom Proctor, C. C

wnis. a.. oJtc, xv. w w o

4but a fellow would be a fool to bet

pn him.n Ypnkers Statesman.
l -Hiiuiii, iiiwi mai I Mil II
BREATH RAISED A BLISTER

The editor of the Alkali Eye drop dropped
ped dropped into our green and gold sanctum
to tell us that he had started to bring
us a quart of homebrew, but that it
had eaten the bottom out of the bot-

Tie. it ms Dreatn naa not raised a
bliater oh our neck-we might have be

lieved him- Houston Chronicle.

We are selling out our.' CANNED,
FRUITS at 3Q per cent less than cost.
. l t '' 1 1 A 1 I

aii nign graae gooos ana tne prices

will open your eyes. No goods charged

OCALA LODGE No. 288. B. P. O. EL

Ocala Lodge No. 286. Benevolent

(K;. ..u "r v pM r--w laud protective Order of Elks, meets

1 4ho eaiiAn1 vii4 fAinri. TViAerftiv tra

pin irs of each month. Viaitine hreth-

To the many people who inquired I yen always welcome. Lodge rooms

fpr EVERWI2AB HOSIERY at redue- upstairs over Troxler's and the Book

ed prices, beg to say we just received shop, 113 Main street.
a new shipment -of thia standard guar- C. Y. Miller. E. R.
anteed hosiery in Very Thineat 1
Weights. FISHELS. 12-tf Unclassified ads. gets results.

A new lot of Powder Puffs just In
at Gerig1 Drug Store. tf

For proper auto lubrication use Sin.

claif Oils. Kumbak Service Station. 6tl

Nature leaves a lot of work "tor the
dressmaker to finish. Carnegie Pup

pet.

If it's auto accessories, we've got

'em. Kumbak Service Station. 12-6t

ROYAL ARCH MASONS

Nufinally's and Liggett's Candies
educed to ONE DOLLAR the pound,
t Gerig's Drug Store. tf
As the wholesalers come down, so

do we. Delicious Martha Washington

candy at 90 cents a pound at THE
VOGUE. Phones 580 or 558. 22-tf

.We are selling out' our CANNED

FRUITS at 30 per cent less than cost.

All high grade goods and the prices

will open youreyes. No goods charged
at this sale. O. K. Teapot Grocery. 2t

FISH EL'S have alwtiys been known
for the good hose they haadle for la ladies
dies ladies and men, and now they are intro

ducing the best known children's hose.
Try WONDERHOSE for -the kid

dies. 10-3t

Regular conventions of the Ocala

Chapter No. 13. R. A. on the fourth

Friday in every month at 8 p. m.

H. S. Wesson, H. P.
B. L. Adams, Secretary.

ALL SET

She: I wish God had made me a boy.
He: He did. I'm he. Columbia 'Jes

ter. '

WOODMEN OF THE WORLD

Fort King Camp No. 14 meets at

K. of PThall at 7:30 p-m. every sec

ond and fourth Friday. Visitmg sov

reigns are always welcome.
H. B. Baxter, C a
Chas. K. Sage, Clerk.

And Additional Sobscrjptions are Be

ing Received Every Day
of the Drive
The Marion County Board of Trade

fund now totals more than $7600. New

subscriptions" are being received
daily..

Following-are those who have sub

scribed since the last list was pub-

ished: E. C Jordan & Co, A. C. Cobb,

R. F.-Rogers, N. Heintz. S. II. Mar Martin,
tin, Martin, James IU11, C. S. Cullen, Ocala
Banner, B. F. Borden, Ocala Auto &,
Garage Co.

FUNERAL OF MR. SCARBOROUGH

The funeral services of M. P. Scar

borough were held this afternoon at

3 o'clock at the Baptist church in An Anthony,"
thony," Anthony," Rev. Boatwright. officiating.

Interment was made in the family

plot in the Anthony cemetery. Sam

R. Pyles & Co, had charge of the

funeral arrangements.

INVITATION TO A PICNIC

AT HOMELAND SCUOOLHOUSE

Associitsd Press J
Boston, Mass., March 11. The gar

ment trades .of this city are disrupted

by changes in the conditions of labor

employment. V

If statements by the manufacturers

are carried out and their shops trans

ferred as predicted there will be little

left of an industry which under norm

al conditions employs upwards of 12,-

000 persons. Two makers of ready
made men's clothing have -already

transferred their business to other

cities.

The Amalgamated Clothjng Work

ers of America declare the situation

in the men's garment shops'' to be a

lockout; manufacturers call it a strike.
It followed the announcement on Dec.
6 last, of the manufacturers -that no

further agreements would be made by

them with the Amalgamated Clothing
Workers. Although .normally 5000

workers are employed in the shops af

fected, the greater part of the ma

chines were not running when the no notice
tice notice was issued and only a few have

been started since.

The United Garment Workers, an

American Federation of Labor organ

izatio'n, has its 1000 members at work

and is not involved in the controversy,

according to its leaders.

Local unions represented on the

join board of cloak and skirt makers'

unions and affiliated with the Inter International
national International Ladies' Garment Workers
andthe American Federation of La

bor, declared a strike of their 2000

members the latter part of January
after the manufacturers announced

that they intended to sign contracts
with individual workers and not with
unions.

Since this strike was called union

leaders say the owners of 42 shops

have Signed agreements with the

union and about 500 workers have re

turned to their machines. Strike ben

efits are being paid to 1500 strikers.

Early in February some 800 mem

bers of the Journeymen Tailors'

Union walked out on strike when the

Custom Tailors Association of Bos

ton. announced that the workers would

be paid on a piece basis instead- of

under the weekly wage system.

The Waterproof Garment Workers'

Union and the Boston Raincoat Manu

facturers Association are at logger

heads over several changes in working

conditions. Leaders of the union say

the' changes mean establishment of
the open shop and carry a large re

duction in wages but the union inten

tion was said to be not to declare a

strike.

Sporadic troubles have occurred in

connection with the several differ

ences. Half a hundred arrests have

been made as a result of picketing.

Assault was charged in only a few

cases, the arrests for the most part

having been for violation of city ordi
nances.

Leroy, March 12.
Everybody is invited to attend a

picnic at the Homeland schoolhouse
Saturday, March 19. Come with a
smiling face and a basket full of good

things to eat.' The program will be begin
gin begin at 10 and dinner at 12. Don't

forget the date and be sure and come.

Mr. William Folks delivered a

splendid sermon Sunday and a large

congregation met to hear him.

Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Strickland had

as their guests Sunday, Mr. and Mrs.
J. D. Williams, and family, Mr. Jack

Nobles and daughter, Rheba, Mr. and
Mrs. J. L Townsend and family, Mrs.
W. a Strickland. Mr. Porter Potts,

Miss Norm Colson, teacher at HeiJt-

ville, Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Watson of

York and Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Strick-

and.
Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Parker are the

proud parents of a fine baby boy.
They have named him Henry Davis.

Miss. Nettie Roddenberry entertain

ed Misses Susie, Bertha-and Barbara

Glattli and Messrs. John Curry and

Hammond Jones Sunday.

Mr. and Mrs. C A. Carter and the

boys motored to Summer-field to visit
relatives and friends.

Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Woodward

spent Sunday with Mr, and Mrs. J. F.

Parker and family.

For a day or two Mr. Asa Strick Strickland,
land, Strickland, J. D. Williams and F. T. Miller
have been "cow hunting," coming,. in
Friday evening. i
Mr. and Mrs. OIlie Roddenberry
visited relatives at Ileidtville Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Peterson of Mont Mont-brook,
brook, Mont-brook, called on Mr. and Mrs. W. T.
Strickland Thursday.

'UGAR SATURDAY AND MONDAY

Make your wants known by adver adver-leing
leing adver-leing them.

"It is hard for me to choose, they

are all so pretty," remarked a lady
who was buying a HAT from

FISHEIS. --i ; S-3t

Berfin-JoneV stationery in" boxei a

the Court Pharmacy. ' 99-Ct'

. 12 pounds of sugar for one dollar,
v:th dollar's worth of other groc-
ries for cash, Saturday and Monday
nly. Phone 377;

0y-3t-tf H. a WHITTLNGTON.
STORAGE BATTERIES

New storage batteries, while they

aft, $32X0. They arc all first class.

12-3t B. F. CONDON.

Sentilla the mild cigar.

10-m

A $5 Gillett Razor outfit for $3 for
limited time. Jake's. 12-2t

Did you know you could get a pair

of all-wool blue Verge TROUSERS at

FISHEL'S for $5,957 3-3t

If you want the best in tires, buy

the Hood. Kumbak Service Station. 6t

Hot Boston baked beans, per quart.

30 cents; Boston brown bread per
loaf, 25 cents, Saturday night at Car

ter's Bakery. H-2t

Genuine Toyb Panama, from fac

tory to you, $3.48 prepaid, b tores

would charge $5. State shape desired.

Bennett's Hat Factory, Jacksonville,
Fla. 5-2t-sat

We are selling out our CANNED

FRUITS at 30 per cent less than cost.

All high grade goods and the prices

will open your eyes. No goods charged
at this sale. Ov K. Teapot Grocery. 2t

Yon 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
EUROPE. 3-2t

Yon 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." 23-U
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OCALA. FLORIDA.

your girls when they came home. And was just because the girls who went

f. V. Lcavaia:" Semtmrj-Trrmmmrrr
J. H. Beajaaila. Edltr

Entered at Oca la. Fla., postof flee as
Mcond-class matter.

vTELEPHOXES
nbcM Of flee FIe-Oit

Cdtterial lpariat .'I wo-Seirea

cfT r Reaorter .... .,'.. Flve-Oae

when a team from another town comes
to Oeala, our girls always turn in to
give them a perfect love of a time,

whether victor or vanquished. Now,

Red, next time an Ocala team goes

down to your jay town, abuse it, if.

you want to, and keep on abusing it.

Don't praise it once and then make

every occasion possible to try to stick

knife in it afterward. We like you

immensely, Red, but sometimes you

make us think you would be more con

sistent writing tattle than sports.

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not otherwise credUed In tbl paper ana
also the local news published herein
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lsnatchea herein are also reserved.

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to the parade begged them to come
here and disband school (for the day)
and called them 'bum sports! when
they hung back. And now I ask you
seriously, what man can stand a wom woman's
an's woman's nagging? They did come out and
they took Dr. Conradi riding, too, but

he was smiling and everyone could see

it was all meant in a spirit of fun.

They took us riding, too, but you re-

'ANOTHER STORY ABOUT IT"

the guests of Mrs. Kenneth Redding
one evening last week.
Messrs. Jarvas Perry and Theodore
Nichols were guests of some of their
friends last Sunday night.
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Freer and sis

ter. Miss Agnes Freer were guests of -j m

Mr. and Mrs. D. C. Stanley of Belle
view last Sunday.
Mr. John Redding, Mr. Henry Red
ding and Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Red

ORGANIZATION

yy

The school attendance of the Philip

pines is growing so rapidly that there
is a constant demand for more Amei
ican teachers. The principal demand
just now is for fully qualified teachers
to teach high school classes.

A purse of gold was recently pre presented
sented presented to a landlord in Lynn., Mass.,
by his tenants who said he had a heart
of "gold. Although owners all about
'him had increased their rents this
landlord had not increased his prices
in the last five years.

The widow of Jake Hamon sorrow sorrowfully
fully sorrowfully regrets that she did not spoil

the good looks- of Clara Smith, her
husband's affinity, and slayer, several

months before the tragedy took place

Why is it such ah often occurrence

that two women hate each other

about some vicious and worthless

roan?

Travelers state thet fifteen years
ago the principal objects of interest
along the beaten track of the old
.'Santa Fe trail were skulls, vertebrae

and ribs of cattle and buffaloes. Now

a traveler traversing the same coun

try finds numerous abandoned auto automobiles,
mobiles, automobiles, some overturned, some buried

and others smashed and looted.

The director of sales "for treasury
savings securities calls the attention
of the general public to the fact that
many persons have thrift stamps ly lying
ing lying about their offices and homes
without realizing that they may turn
them into interest paying securities.
; They were purchased during the ex excitement
citement excitement of the war and in many cases
given to children who misplaced them.

On the theory, perhaps, that one

story is good until another is told, a

letter published in a local paper, a

few days ago, created considerable

excitement over the" state. The com

munication was written by a Miami

girl, now attending' school in Talla

hassee, and it gave a circumstantial
account of the alleged doings of the

members of the Mystic Shrine who

were making one of their famous pil pilgrimages
grimages pilgrimages to Tallahassee. The doings
had more reference to what is alleged

to have occurred at the State College

for Women and it made out a bad case
for an organization that, while not
itself Masonic, is so closely allied to
that organization, that, its acts, if
outside the pale, reflect on the great
Masonic fraternity. It was assumed
that the communication stated the
facts and all the facts and even local

members of the Shrine were indie-

nant because members of the frater fraternity
nity fraternity had gone to Excesses in, having

their outing. Now comes the other

story. Another school girl attending

tnesame institution, nad the same

experience as did the writer of the
first communication, and she writes
to her home folks in Tampa all about

it, in quite another spirit. Her letter,

published in the Tampa Tribune, puts

an entirely different light upon the

affair and is well worth reading. It
says:

I read, in the Tampa paper this

morning quite an article copied from
the Miami Metropolis, and it quotes
a letter from Miss McAdams, a girl
up here, wherein she raves about the

Shrir.ers and the way they acted up

here. I wish somebody would put the

Tampa people straight about the!
thing. The Miami Metropolis had a
long, drawn out article condemning
the school. Dr. Conradi (the presi president),
dent), president), the faculty, etc. They make me
sick. It was that same paper that
accused the doctor of being pro-German
during the war. They just want
something sensational to wake up
those lazy tourists dowh there and
they're ruiaing their state in doing it,

too. I'll admit all of her letter was
true; but gee! the way she put it you

could fill in between the lines and be-

ieve anything you wanted to about it.

Things seem different in print, some

how, and I think we should consider

the spirit in which it was intended.

t's true the Shriners came out here

after they'd promised not to but it

member, I wrote you about the ones' ding went to Ocala last Saturday,
who took me riding, and I can tell you I Messrs. John Redding, Jim Reming Reming-they
they Reming-they were perfect gentlemen. Ill ad- ton and W. J. Piatt went to the

mit they'd been drinking, but they' slough on a fishing trip this week,
hadn't had too much' just enough j Don't forget preaching at the school
to let them forget their business ; house Sunday and Sunday night,
cares and change them into jolly good 1 March 13th.

sports bent on showing us the good
time we'd asked for. I'm not trying SUGAR SATURDAY AND MONDAY

to hold them up as ideals. Perhaps

one or two of them did go a little too j 12 pounds of sugar for one dollar,
far, but as a whole it was done just with a dollar's worth of other groc groc-for
for groc-for fun and no harm was intended. 'eries for cash, Saturday and Monday

is the spirit of modern times.
The organized endeuver of the
men behind this bank the ex

perience, knowledge and vision
of our officers and directors
makes a connection here all
the more desirable.
' '
Avail yourself of dui 'organiza 'organization
tion 'organization by becoming a memkr of
our family of depositors. .

:

Why, some of the girls fathers were
out here right in the midst of the
fun-making, too.
It should be said, in passing, that
no member of the Shrine in Miami ap approves
proves approves of what is alleged to have beeu

done in Tallahassee and if the facts
are as at first stated the chances are

very largely in favor of an investiga

tion that would be very disagreeable

to any Shriner who committed any

excess whatever in a visit to the col

lege, or anywhere else. But if the

communication in the Tribune correct

ly states what occurred there is less

r.ly. Phone 377.
dlv-3t-tf H. B. WHITTINGTPN.

Smoke Sentilla. Best 10c. cigar, m

COMBATING VENEREAL
-DISEASES

Published by Request of the
Board of Health

State

Munroe & Chambliss National Banh

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Advertising Quacks and the Sale of
. Venereal Disease Nostrums
There must be a city ordinance or

state law prohibiting the sale of ve-

likelihood that the sensation which Inereal disease nostrums.

reecived such wide publicity will prove
to have been much of an affair, after
all. Miami Herald.
Well, we don't know. We are not
the least bit puritanical, but if "An "Another
other "Another School Girl" has stated anj anj-where
where anj-where near the truth, there should be
some vacancies at the college soon
after the board of control meets. Par

ents who send their daughters to that
school, expecting them to be guarded
as God's most sacred gifts, will read
"Another School Girl's" letter with
dismay.

CHARTER OAK

What's those "flower bordered"
streets you are talking' about, friend
Benjamin ? When I was last in Ocala,
which was only two weeks ago, I
thought the city should bond them themselves
selves themselves for say $200,000 to improve
those "flower bordered" streets you
talk about, Redpepper Box.
When you want to see flower-bordered
streets Red, you should asso associate
ciate associate with flower-bordered : people.
Precious little of Ocala did you see

during your visit here. For that mat

ter, it's' a safe bet you don't know

nuchabout your own town except the

arenas and. diamonds and gridirons

It does seem like the next legisla

tore should reapportion the represen represen-tation
tation represen-tation in the legislature, but we pre predict
dict predict that it will do as all the others

have done, ignore the requirements of

the constitution and do nothing. nothing.-Sumter
Sumter nothing.-Sumter County Times.

We do not believe there is any fair
manner of reapportioning the state
except thru a constitutional amend amendment.
ment. amendment. We dont think Marion and
other counties of its size should have

less than two representatives apiece,

we think that Duval and Hillsborough

should have three, and that each coun
ty should have at least one. It is im

possible to do that with only sixty-

eight altogether. We should have an

amendment .allowing the legislature

to increase its members as the popu population
lation population increased. When the number
of legislators was set at 32 for the
Senate and 68 for the House, to which

number it will have to return in case
' of reapportionment, the population of

Florida was 340,000. Now it's three

times that much. One hundred men
are not enough to legislate for a state

with a million population.

Charter Oak, March 11. The farm farmers
ers farmers were -glad to have a rain."

Mr. ana Mrs. Henry Heading were

Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Mason
Price of Belleview.

Mrs. J. M. Brantley has been quite

ill for some time.

Miss Agnes Freer spent Sunday,
Feb. 27th, with Miss Marienna Stan Stanley
ley Stanley of BeHeview.
Mr. Theodore "Nichols was in our
community last Wednesday.
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Brantley have
been up to see Mr. Walter Brantley's

father and mother, Mr. and Mrs. J.
M. Brantley, but now have returned
to their home at Okeechobee.
Mr. and Mrs. W, R. Freer and Mr.
and Mrs. J. W. Freer spent Sunday,
Feb. 27th, with Mrs. M. J. Freer of
Belleview.
Mrs. Henry Redding, Mrs. W. A.
Redding and Mrs. iosie Redding were

There should be in the city no 'ad 'advertising
vertising 'advertising specialist in the private dis diseases
eases diseases of men and women.
The "quick cures" offered by
quacks and patent medicine are not
real cures. Venereal diseases, when
so treated, appear again later in

complicated, advanced and sometimes

incurable stages for treatment by rep

utable physicians and surgeons, city
hospitals, clinics and insane asylums.
There are two ways of stopping the
use of patent nostrums for venereal j
diseases. One way is to forbid drug-j
gists by law from selling these drugs.
The other is to seek the voluntary co cooperation
operation cooperation of druggists in the elimina elimination,
tion, elimination, of their sale. The best druggists
in each state have already entered

into such a co-operative arrangement.
The effectiveness of the measures for
reporting" in your city depends upon
stopping non-professional, non-reported
and improper treatment.
In every city that is fighting vene venereal
real venereal diseases the establishment of a
quack is an insult to the intelligence
of its citizens. Your community
should use no half-way measures with
these people. They should be driven

out- completely and permanently. If

the newspapers refuse to take their

advertisements, if the clinic adver advertises
tises advertises its free service, if quacks are
prosecuted whenever possible .for

fraudulent methods and for practicing

without license, they can be put out of

business. In many states and cities
they have already been completely

driven out.

ONE OF FLORIDA'S BEST GAKAGE5
Expert Repairs Tires Gas end Oil
Accessories Storage

Main Street, Opposite Foundry - - .;' 0CAL. FLORIDA g

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Dear Mr. Editor; Don't give me any
of that "stuff" about what the Ocala

girls say when they lose a game

When the Ocala girls were, here they

acted "rabid,' 'and only after they

saw they had won the game which

was at the last minute of play di
they brace themselves to where

should term "good losers." Peppery

Kedbox.
Dear Red: You-shouldn't call us

liar in any such roundabout way.
When a lady loses any little thing, a
game at basketball or auction or a
husband, she is allowed to be miffed
and show it for a few minutes. Most
of what we know about Ocala's game
in Jacksonville we gleahed from "your
facile pen. You talked very nicely
about our team. Red; go to your files
and look up what you wrote. Our girls
said nothing uncomplimentary about

If it is reasonably well treated
Dodge Brothers Roadster will
render faithful service for years,
and never vary in its economy
of operation and maintenance.

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A Special Purchase of 2400 yards of
PERCALE in light shades, pretty de--
signs 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 tor

The gasoline consumption U unusually low
Tba tii mlltft la nnusually hff b.

AUTO SALES CO.,
Mack Taylor
Ocala, Fla., Phone 348

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To-iigM and --Monday
ONLY

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"TOE FASHION CENTER

Ocala.

Florida

NOTICE

In the Circuit Court of the Fifth 'In 'Indicia
dicia 'Indicia Circuit of Florida, in and
for Marion County, in Chancery.
F W. Ellison. Complainant, vs. Mary
Ellison, Defendant Order for
Cdhstructive Service. -It
is ordered that- the defendant
herein named, to-wit: Mary Ellison,
be and 'she ia hereby reouired to ap appear
pear appear to the bill of complaint filed in
this caifSe on or before
Monday, the 4th day of ApriL 1921
It is further, ordered that a copy of
this order be published once a week
for four consecutive weeks in the
Ocala Evening Star, a newspaper
published in said county and state.
This 5th day of March 1921.
(Seal) T. D. Lancaster,
Clerk Circuit Court, Marion County,
Florida. By Ruth Ervin, D. a
S. T. Sistrunk,

Complainant's Solnctor. 3--sat
CHIROPRACTIC

Others are being restored to health
and happiness by the treatment. Why
not you? DR. KIPLINGER,
3-4-2teod Ocala House.

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
2:20 p. m. Owned and operated by
Americans. tf

$&0-KEWAMID

For the arrest and con conviction
viction conviction of thieves who
stole the 1920 four pas- -senger
Automobile, Fac Fac-'
' Fac-' tory No. 22902, from
Gararge located at Dun Dun-nellon,
nellon, Dun-nellon, Florida, oh March
5th,192i: Notify
CHIEF OF POLICE
- OR 1
v, ALBERT 0. HARRISS,
' -' Insurance Agent,
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ADVERTISEMENTS

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

Sates: Six line, maximum, one time,
25c; three times, 50c; six times, 75c;
one mostly 53. 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

Willard
Batteries Win

They win on reputation when yot
think of batteries you naturally think
first of Willard. They win on
quality. The most important battery
improvements, including Threaded
Rubber Insulation, originated with
Willard.
They win in dollars-and-cents sav
ing. No outlay for replacement of
insulation if you buy the Willard
Threaded Rubber Battery because
Threaded Rubber Insulation outlasts
the battery plates.
The Willard Threaded Rubber Bat Bat-tery
tery Bat-tery is standard on 172 makes of cars
used for export on others. Ask
us about it. We're headquarters for
Willard Batteries and Willard Service.
OCALA STORAGE BATTERY GO.
MACK TAYLOR
Phone.348 OCALA; FLA.

Batteries

TOMATO PLANTS By the 100, 20

cents; 1000, $1.25. Call at 702 E.
4th St. R. N. Dosh. 10-4t

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weak; nuii-uumi
Carolina Lady Got So She Could
Just Drag. "Cardui Built Me
Up," She Declares.
Kernersville, N. C In an interest
Ing statement regarding Cardui, the
Woman's Tonic, Mrs. Wesley Mabe, of
near here, recently said: "I have
known Cardui for years, but never
knew its worth until a year or so ago.
I was in a weakened, run-down con condition.
dition. condition. I became draggy didn't eat or
sleep to do any good; couldn't do any any-hlnsr
hlnsr any-hlnsr with nut 8. ereat effort. I tried

different remedies and medicines, yet

1 continued to drag.
"I decided to give Cardui a rla.
and found it was just what I really
needed. It made me feel much strong stronger
er stronger soon after I began to use it. I be began
gan began to eat more, and the nervous,
weak feeling began to leave. Soon I
was sleeping good.
"Cardui built me op as no other
tonic ever did.
"I used Cardui with one daughter
who was puny, felt bad and tired out
all the time. It brought her right out,
and soon she was as well as a girl
could be. We think there Is nothing
like Cardui."
Do not allow yourself to become
weak and run-down from womanly
troubles. Take Cardui. You may find
it just what you really need. For
more than 40 years it has been used t7
thousands and thousands, and found
Just as Mrs. Mabe describes.
At your druggist's. NC-141

WOOD Giles Wood Yard. Seasoned

oak or pine wood for either stove or
fireplace, $1 and $2 per load. Yard
corner South Mam and Third Sts.
Phone 112. 2-22-tf

BI-MONTHLY SHOOT OF THE
BELLEYIEW" ROD & GUN" CLUB

AT THE CHURCHES TOMORROW
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Martin, Lbren and Clinton, captained : Catholic church Sunday
the teams in the bi-monthly luncheon'';0. k, Rv. John
shoot of the Belleview Gun and Roi C!at!r-

Club at its Smith Lake trap yester

day afternoon and aided and abetted ;

by their father, Loren's team forced ; C. W. White, Pastor

his elder brother's side to pay for the V:4.j a. m. Sunday school.

spread." The scores were 125 to 113. :iJuaI, superintendent.

K'nn, ftf thom shot true to form ana r n a. m. rreacning. ouDiect, is

the only grain of comfort Clinton nat tne worm nas a ngnt to expect

Martin" could extract from the affair ; of the church.

was that ne outsnot tne resi ui uie; u..
family. j I'- m- Preaching. Subject,

John Claikson with 24 "kills" to hi. : sm.- lext, Horn. ;:!-'.

Mu?!c by the choir. iitors Cel-coir.t-
to all services.

Cat holic

utr i ivr ak JU A kill 11 a j

morning a'

Conolev ofli-

MethodL-Jt

L. W. rr.on

'Volume to the

;.-rrvice ia oi unusual importance, j
'Come and tret the benefit of them 'all.

Human Race." -Every i

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Episcopal
John J. Neighbour, Rector
Fifth Sundav ( Passion ) in Lent'
7:30 a. m. Holy communion.
a. m. Sunday school.
11 a. m. Morninsr tiraver and tr.

DRO

PUCE

7:30 p. m. Evening prayer and
rmon.
All cordially invited.

FOR SALE Twenty mUlion Living

ston Globe tomato plants at $2 per
1000. Livingston true blue seed. In
5000 lots or more, $1.50 per 1000.
Wauchula Plant Farm, Wauchula,
Fla. 3-1-lm

LQST 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. 8-6t

FOR SALE Blieht proof tomato

plants, 20c. per hundred, $1.25 per
1000. C. H. Cooner, Ocala, Fla.
Phone 389. 11 -6t

credit was high gun on the winning

side and L S. Lossing with 22 was

the runner-up, 22 also being the score
of W. P. Preer, who led the losers.
Yesterdav was the sixth successive

occasion on which Clarkson has lost
a perfect score by a single point an-1
he is now almost ready to believe that
some one has put salt on or in tho
lone "clay pigeon." or rather "pitch
pigeon for there is no clay but a. lot

j of pitch in trap-targets.

Most of the gunners did mucn fit fitter
ter fitter work in the individual shoots
which followed the team contest.
Clarkson with 23 and R. B. Meffert
with 22 turned in the best score, but
Dr. E. B. Lytle.was the most remark remarkable
able remarkable development of the day. He
never before had shot at traps and on
his first try, in the team match, he
hit but eight targets but in his final
"inning" shot in failing twilight, he
"found his eye' 'and pulverized no less

Baptist
Rev. C. L. Collins, D. D., Pastor
'J:i'j a. m. Sunday school.
-11 a. m. Worship and sermon,
"The Fool's Vineyard."
j:4" p. m. Junior B. Y. P. U.

':! i. m. Senior u. l. i. U

7:4". p. ni. Regular evening service

and sermon, "The Best Light in thr
Woild."
Pre!byterian
( Rev. W. F. Creson, Pastor)
11 a. m. Morning worship.

Christian Science Services
Room Merchant's Block
11 o'clock Sundays.
Wednesday evening, meeting at 8
t clock.

SUGAR SATURDAY AND MONDAY

STAPLE GROCERIES DAVE

PPESD M

Now Fancy Groceries Are
HAVING THEIR DAY
The canned frnits listed below, are all cl Hie highest
quality and In some eases
THE PRICE IS CUT IN HALF

12 pounds of sugar for one dollar,
1.11 1

in uunar s worm oi omer groc groceries
eries groceries for cash, Saturday and Monday
j wly. Phone 377.

. d!y-::t-tr II. C. WHITHNGTON.

OAK VALE

ude, "Lanro." (Handel).

FOR SALE CHEAP One eentle

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
streets 10T6t

than 21 of the
mary:

"birds." The ?iri-

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 garage.
rage. garage. 10-6t

LOST Amazon cord tire 35x4 with

rim complete; between Dunnellon
and Stokes bridge. Liberal reward
for its return. Write Jack Crille,
Inverness, Fla. ll-3t

LOST Pearl ring and lavalier. Were

wrapped in tissue paper. Reward
for return to Harrington Hall
Cafe. 12-3t

FOR SALE Nearly new Dodge tour

ing ear, 1920 model. Has run about
3400 miles. Has front and rear
bumpers, shock absorbers, snubbers,
spot light, windshield awning and
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 Box 103,
Ocala, Fla. ll-3t

Luncheon Team Shoot
Loren Martin team:
John Clarkson
L. S. Lossing
J. A. Perkins
J. M. Thomas
Loren O. Martin
Chas. P. Davis
E. O. Zealy
Frank E. Martin

Total
Clinton Martin team:
W. P. Preer
R. B. Meffert
Nathan Mayo
Clinton E. Martin T!
J. Walter Nelson
R. G. Betts
Dr. E. B. Lytle
Jos. W. Davis
Total

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Individual "Innings"
First. F. E. Martin 19; Zealy 17;
C. P. Davis 15; J. W. Davis 14; Lytle
13. J
Second. Clarkson 23; Meffert 20;
Preer 19; Lossing 17; Betts 12.
Third. Perkins 20; Clinton E. Mar- ;
tin 19; Mayo 19; Zealy 10; Thomas 12.
Fourth. Meffert 22; Lytle 21 ;!
Preer 21; C. P. Davis 20; Zealy 19.

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"Doxology.
Invocation.
Hymn. "Holiness."
Sciiptuie lesson. I Tim. 4:1-10.
Hymn. "When Jtsus Dwelt in Mor-

tal day." IMi,

:h ;.! -, '".Minuet" (Beethoven).
Uraycr (cnp:ivKation standing).
' (tu;!itet, "Sunt Hour" (Wilson)--i
Mfi s. Richardson and MacKay and

-Misvs Ralioik and MacKay.
'Srimon, "A Splltual Contest."
Solo, One iweeily Solemn Thought
Mi Bullock.
Hymn, "Christ is Made the Sure
Foundation."
Benediction.
Clesing prayer.
'-a ffpostkide March (Hosmer).
:i p. in. Evening service.
Oicran prelude, selection (Rath (Rath-burn).
burn). (Rath-burn). Hymn, "Foftly and Tenderly."
Prayer (congregation standing).
Hyn-n.'-ni Live for Him."
Scripture Messon. I John 3:1-24.
Hymn. "AH the Way My Savior
Leads Me."
. Anthem, "The Savior Waits" (Lo (Lo-renz).
renz). (Lo-renz). Sermon, "Life Tested by Living."
. Prayer (conjugation standing).
Hymn. "I'll Go Where You Want
Me to do."
Benediction,
("losing prayer.
0;!;an posthide, March (Mosmer).

Oak Vale, March 12. Mr. and Mrs.
W. II. Anderson, Mrs. Sallie Reddick
and Mr. M..A. Clancy went to Ocala
Tuesday morning. Mr. Anderson went
in the interest of our sub-school dis dis-ti
ti dis-ti ict and met the school board and

found everything satisfactory.

Miss Gertrude Shutt of Gainesville
expects to return home the last of the
week after spending two weeks with

Louie Cljcv and .Mrs W. F.

King.

Mr. I'earsaU Larson has accepted
the place on the local school board
nfade vacant by Mr. J. C. Huggins
moving, away.
Mr. and Mrs. R.' H. Reddick spent
Tuesday in Williston, shopping and
visiting friends.
Mr. Clyde Flickinger and wjfe came
up last weekfrom St. Pftersburg.
where they have htn spending some
time. They will soon leave Jot Fort
W ayne, Ind., as Mrs. Flickinger re--'
ceived word that a sister was very very-sick.
sick. very-sick. Otherwise they wuld stay
longer. They are very much pleased
with our climate, etc.
Mr. 'Talmage Fielding, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Joseph Fielding,- left Mon Monday
day Monday for Croom, where he has a pay paying
ing paying position.
Mrs. W. F. Kinir will return with
hernephew and wife to her old home
in Indiana. They will be gone "several
months.

Al Ihcse prices, yon can very well allord to buy In
hall dozen and dozen lots
Don't get left. Our stock on hand is very snail and
the goods won't last long

35c. No. 1 Bon Selene Sliced Peaches .:
fpr
-15c. No. IVi Bon Selene Yellow Cling Peaches
for
30c. No. 1H Trubadour Yellow Peaches
for t
50c. No. Red Label Peaches
for ;
(Oc. No. 2i White Label Peaches
for
75c. No. 2?2 Royal Scarlet Peaches
for
V. No. 2'.i Brownie Peaches
for
75c. No. 2i Royal Scarlet Raspberries
for
TSc. No. 2i Royal Scarlet Green Gage Plums
for

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58c.

r'.Oc.

No. 2li Royal ScarletEgg Plums
for

No. 24
for

Brownie Pears

70c. No. 2v Robin Hood Pears
for
75c. No. 21 Royal Scarlet Pears
for
40c. No. li Gold Bar Pears:
for
5c. No. 22 Brownie Apricots
for
55c. N. 2li WTiite Label Apricots
for
75c. No. 2Vi Royal Scarlet White Cherries
for

f5c: No.
for

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2H White Label White Cherries

Mr. end Mrs. II. A. Larson of Ra-'li

50c

leigh spent Saturday at
King's home.

Mrs. W. F.

PLANT NAPIER CRASS NOW

FOR RENT Unfurnished house. Im Immediate
mediate Immediate possession given. Phone
237, Mrs. J. O. Dekle.

Christian
J. G. Waggoner, Pas! or
10 a. m. The Bible school studies
Th Lnid's Supper," the world's
greatest memorial.
!l-u. m. The subject of the sermon
is "God's Invoice."
7:30 p. m. Sermon on "God's Third

Price $2 per hundred setting?. For

particulars
5-0t F.

ee or address
W. DITTO, Ocala, Fla.

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No. 2'2 Brownie White Cherries
for

U-SERVE TOEE
CASH AND CARRY
One East and one West City Square

strengthening tonic

there is I rS&H$OEOKO$H$:-

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nothinir lctttT than Nux and Iron

Tonic TaMets, $1 per bottle of 100 "
tit! lets at Gerig's Drufr Store. Guar-' '
i.tted v money back. tt '.ead Ihe "Ads." You Will Find Many Bargains

I chmmm oot sale

L L-IZLAR

Fire
Insurance
Ocala, Florida

C. Cecil Bryant
PUBLIC ACCOUNTANT
Room 22 Holder Block
PHONE 195 OR 332

Children's White Lat.n

The largest assortment of
pretty dresses for the children
and misses. Sizes 2 to 14
This lot embraces values that
sold as high as $3.50
CLOSING OUT PRICE $1 EACH

fiifiliiiric inmost any imaginable plaid
tllHyildllla very best for the Summer
School frocks, as the weight is ideal. 101 0
Not too heavy, 27 inches wide. Per Yardl2
DOTTED SWISS VOILE
Pretty for summer, inexpensive dresses, cool,
soft and effective ONLY 10c A YARD
PA JAM A CHECK, Best grade, 36 inches,
wide. The ideal undergarment cloth. Wears
well and washes good. As longf 71 p VA
as they fast we will sell for 112 d jl.

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Lady York Mull Goivns
Ladj York Mull Underskirts
Lady York Mull Embroidered Chcmies
Lawn Dresses, tor the Girlies
8 yds. dress Ginghams, 27 inches wide
10 jds. Swiss Dot Summer Voile
6 yds. Best bleaching
19 yds. Domestic LL

GEORGETTE WAIST. Not knowing oi our
going out of the Dry Goods business, a large
consern shipped ns a, shipment ol very beautiful
waist. I desided not to return them but to otter
them at cost to ray customers. This is undoubt undoubtedly
edly undoubtedly the most wonderful bargain.
Price S2.98 and $4.98 each
HATS Ladies' MilUnery, Special spring
st)les at moderate prices. Special Prices for
Easter. Come look them over and make your
selection early.

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A table of the most wonderful bargains la Gowns
Petticoats and Teddies
This is absolutely a most Q-l nfirmPflt
astonishing- olfer at 91 d U"1 MilSlil
Plnoifiinn Soft finish, also Beavy weisht
Dlcdtlllliy Suitable for underwear and
all other purposes in which 4Hl n n rtl
bleaching is used 112 J u
Men's Panama Hats
Genuine Panama, priced lo move, nest np-to-
date styles and complete line.
GRAPHOPHONE RECORDS
EASTER SPECIAL NUMBERS
a list has been prepared and will gladly be given
out or mailed on request to any one Interested.
Also April supplementary catalogue.

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Safety Razors,
Original price $5
OUR PRICE FOR A FEW DAYS

"JAKFS"

COOK'S
MARKET
and
GROCERY

If you have any society items for

J the Star, please call five-one.

I. D. SPENCER

AGENCY

W. R. PEDRICK

All Buick Cars Equipped With
Cord Tires
We; Make a Specialty of Parts
for the Buick and the Prices are
Consistent with the Cost of Same
G60DYEAR and U.S. TIRES
and TUBES

Att

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Mrs. Joseph Rowntree and daugh

ter, Patricia expect to leave Wednes Wednesday
day Wednesday for their home in Waterloo, Iowa,

after a pleasant .visit with. Mrs.

Rowntree's parents. Dr. and Mrs. L.

I. Van Engelken.

! Miss Alice Bullock is somewhat bet better
ter better today.

Exclusive Agents lor
"VESTA BATtERY
18 MONTHS -GUARANTEE
An Up-to-Date
Battery Service Station

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We maintain an up-to-date
garage with expert workmen, at
all times, assuring prompt and
efficient service.

GASOLINE, OILS and GREASE

SPENCER-PEDRICK MOTOR CO.

PHONE 271

cala

Florida

FINEST
Florida and
Western Meats
FANCY
GROCERIES
A Complete Stock
One of the Li vest
Stores in the City
PHONE 243
milfllH iniinnmiiiinit

We wash cars and guarantee the

best job in town at reasonable prices.

Kumbak Service Station. 12-6t

Girl wanted at Music Store. 10-tf

Mrs. John McNeal left toda'y for a
! week-end visit to Jacksonville.

Our spring HATS elicit the praise
of many admirers, not only for their
style, but for their reasonable prices.

FISHEL'S. 3-3t

Mr. a,nd Mrs. M. H. Temple have
! returned from a very pleasant trip to

iWest Florida.

i 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-Ct

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Mr. M. W. Lloyd returned home
yesterday from a month's absence in

New York and York, Pa.

Our Specialty Is

Rebuilding

There's no extra charge for clean-

ng your fish at the city fish market.
Phone 158. tl

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Mrs. Edward Martin, who has been
quite ill, was able to be out again
yesterday and meet her numerous

friends.

MJJZON & CO.
Between Ten Cent Store and Gerig's
Drug Store

Did you know you could get a pair
of all-wool blue serge TROUSERS at

FISHEL'S for $5.95 3-3t

Mr. Fred Winer of the mericar

Tobacco Co., is spending the week

end with his parents. Mr. and Mrs. A

A. Winer.

Nux and Iron Tablets will tone up

the sytsem and give you strength

Eottles of 100 at one dollar each at

Gerig's Drug Store. tf

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"OUR AIM !"
We are striving to give .the very best service that can possibly be given
to our customersaiyi friends.
The officers of the Bank are anxious to talk over the conditions that con confront
front confront us; and help. you to plan your finances, so as to make a success of your
business.
Call on us, when in need of advice or funds. We fully realize the import importance
ance importance of lending money, as well as accepting deposits.

THE OCALA NATIONAL BANK

Resources More Than a Million.

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Mr. William Ship of Moultrie. Ga

left yesterday for Miami after a few

days' visit in the city with Mr. Will

Strother.

Mr. Guy Aver and family, who

have been on a trip down the East
Coast, are stopping in the city for a

visit to Mr. Ayer's parents, General

and Mrs. Ayer, for a few days before

returning to their home in Atlanta.

Norris' Candies are the best and

can be had only at the Court Pharma

cy, rncne -6t

Miss Grace Gore, who graduated at

the Industrial School last year, and
has since been making her home with

her uncle in Jacksonville, arrived here

yesterday for a visit to her friends

at the school and in the city.

W. K. Lane, M. D physician ami

rargeon, specialist eye, ear, nose and

throat. Office over 5 and 10 cent store

Ocala, Fla. Adv. XI

The "Eight O'clock Dancing Club

held its regular bi-monthly dance last

night at the Woman's Club house. a a-vis'
vis' a-vis' orchestra furnished the music.
These affair are always thoroughly

enjoyed. The members will be sorry
that there will be only a few more.

The "Variety" is a new package of
Norris Candies on sale here. Sixteen
varieties in each package. The Court
Pharmacy. Phone 284. 9-t

We Solicit Your
GROCERY PATRONAGE
and believe our
PRICES ARE RIGHT

Best Patent Self Rising Flour
24 pound bans :.. $1.59
Best Patent Self Rising Hour
12 pound bags:!-.-..." .83
Pillsbury's Best XXXX Flour
24-pound bags-.v.-r. .... ... 1.79
Pillsbury's Best XXXX Flour
12 pound bags 92
No. 10 Pail Snowdrift Lard.. ;. 1.28
No. ID Pail Cottoline i.48
Irisb Potatoes, Per Pcclc .43
Wesson Cooking Oil, 1 Quart Can:. 59
Wesson Cooldng Oil, 1 Pint Cans ; '. .31
Corn Flakes, Per Package .11
Post Toasties, Per Package...: .11
Dime Brand Milk,Per Can .20
large Beach Nut Peanut Butter a Jar. .31
3 lb. Can Maxwell House Coffee.... 1.17
Cream of Wheat, Per Package .29
1 1-2 White Karo, Per Can .15
1 1-2 Blue'Lable Xiaro, Per Can .14
5 lb. Can White Karo .49
White Bacon, Per Pound J .19
Compound Lard, Per Pound. 14

Red Cross and Knight Templar de degrees
grees degrees wore conferred on a number of
candidates last night and a big spread
was served by the ladies of the East Eastern
ern Eastern Star, which consisted of baked
chicken and dressing, mashed pota potatoes,
toes, potatoes, lemon pie and coffee and there
is no use saying that the culinary skill
of these preparing the feast was
enjoyed.

"It is hard for me to choose, they

are all so pretty, remarked a lady
who was buying a HAT from

FISHEL'S. 3-3t

D. R. Glenn, principal of the Ox Oxford
ford Oxford school, was a business visitor in
the city today, and paid the Star a
pleasant call.

Get your Easter dyes early at the
Court Pharmacy. Phone 284. 9-6t

Our spring HATS elicit the praise

of many admirers, not only for their

style, but for their reasonable prices.
FISHEL'S. 3-St

Mr. Lester Marsh and Mr. Henry,
of Tampa have returned to that city
after a short stay in Ocala with Mrs.
Robert Marsh.

Miss Anne Miller of Denver, Colo.,
will arrive in Ocaal today to be the

guest of her sister, Mrs. Frank

Wetherbee. For the past six weeks
Miss Miller has been in Baltimore, the

guest of her brother, Mr. James I.
Miller. This is the first time thai

Mrs. Wetherbee has. seen her sister in

ten years, and she is looking forward

to this visit with a great deal of

pleasure.

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the GOOD Maxwell the 1921 Model,
has arrived in town, and we are ready to show
you its good points.
' The price remains the same

995.00- at Detroit

- though the car is vastly improved.
Some of the new features are as follows:

Hot Boston baked beans, per quart,
30 cents; Boston brown bread per

loaf, 25 cents, Saturday night at Car

ter's Bakery. ll-2t

There will be a dance at the Civic

League club house in Belleview, Fri

day-evening, March 18th. All are cor

dially invited to attend.

- Don't fail to visit the Guarantee
CPothing & Shoe Company. Every Everything
thing Everything we sell is guaranteed. We're
fighting for QUALITY not prices, tf

Mrs. James Hicks Hill arrived in

town yesterday from a visit to her

sister in Leesburg and'fs now staying
at the residence of Mrs. T. M. Moore.

The "Variety" is a new package of

Norris Candies on sale here. Sixteen

varieties in each package. The Court
Pharmacy. Phone 284. 9-6t

Mrs. Florence George of Clearwa

ter, who has been visiting her Marion
and Levy county friends this week,

was in Ocala today. She is always a

very welcome visitor here.

-Entire new motor, with heavy bal balanced
anced balanced crank shaft and a different
system of main bearings; Linite
pistons, with split skirts, and entire
absence of oil leaks, carbonizing
or expansion. After nine thousand
miles of driving, one of these mo motors,
tors, motors, when examined, showed clean
pistons and walls, with no trace of
carbon.
Heavy tubular drive shaft and
Thermo-Hardy Universals, Spiral
; cut rear end gears of finest nickle
"steel; Heavier rear axle housings
and differential case; a new carbu

reter is now supplied, and radius
rods give additional strength to the
rear. end.
The car will idle down to four miles
per hour, or will "get away" to
fifty in a few yards; there is entire
absence of vibration about the
motor, and the gears are perfectly
silent. The New Maxwell pulls even
better than it ever did, and the
gasolene and oil mileage, always
the highest in a Maxwell, are just
as noticeable in the nineteen" twenty-one
model.

Economize! Make your OLD hat

NEW with COLORITE. All colors at

Anti-Monopoly Drug Store. 3-9-1 Ot

A letter from the A. C. L. hospital

at Waycross says Mr. Lloyd Colson

is steadily recovering from his recent

operation. His wife is with him. Mr.

Colson is an A. C. L. baggagemaster,
with his home in Ocala and friends
all along the line. He is a Mason,
Elk and Odd Fellow, and not only" his
lodge brethren but his other friends
hope to see him soon restored to home

and health.

Ocala Commandery K. T., held

instructive and interesting meeting

in the Masonic temple Thursday aft

ernoon and evening. At 4 o'clock the

committee on work commenced the

instruction of the work on a class of

peven candidates. At about 7 o'clock

they were all called to the dining

room, where the ladies of the Order of

Eastern Star had prepared a splendid

chicken dinner. The tables were ar

ranged in the form of a cross, the

emblem of the order and were beauti

fully decorated with flowers. In the
evening the instruction of candidates

was concluded with the full ceremo

nial of the order.

Auto Repairing!

ALL CARS
CYLINDERS RE-BORED
WELDING

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Corner Main & Second St.
TWO PHONES, 162 & 377

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C. E. Simmons ia
' Best Equipped Garage In Florida .'
BATTERY Water and Service FREE
DIAMOND LIGHT DATTER1ES gaRanteed
Two Years
$30 $35 $40
Batteries Recharged and Rebuilt
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Better and more pleasing than

y mud Havana, cigar.

Ask your dealer for your favorite age
If your dealer camf supply you IVr'iTi US.
I. LEWIS CIGAR MFCCuHtvaadli
Largest independent Cgar Factory in The World

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The Easter program to be given in
the Methodist church Thursday eve evening,
ning, evening, March 24th, is being carefully
arranged and all church goers are
cordially invited to attend.

Get your candy at the old price of
one dollar per pound at Gerig's Drug
Store. Nunnallys and Llggett's. tf

The house' in Lynwood Heights, re recently
cently recently vacated" by Dr. Bryant, has
been rented by Mr. and Mrs. E. M.
Morrison, who have been occupying

I apartments at Miss Souters.

Don't fail to visit the Guarantee
Nothing & Shoe Company. Every Every-hmg
hmg Every-hmg we sell is guaranteed. We're
ghting for QUALITY not nricea. tf

The Ignition and starting system in the GOOD Max Maxwell
well Maxwell is equal to any in the cars of twice its price.
The 1921 Maxwell has no competitor when
price, quality and performance are
considered, and we have no hesitancy
in saying it is the best bay in the automobile
held.

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The suit of -John Gary against te

Seaboard, for the death of Ms wife,
in an accident at a crossing south of

town some months ago, came to an
end this morning, in a verdict for the

defendant.

The bugle and drum corps of the

Georgia Industrial School of Macon,
left this noon fer Gainesville. The

boys have been on a two months tour
over the state, making the trip in a
large automobile. This organization
has been coming here for the past
few years and the boys are entertain entertained
ed entertained in the private homes of the--city.
The concerts which are rendered are

always' thoroughly enjoyed, showing

careful training and hard work.

2FFICIENT WORKMEN,
PR03IPT SERVICE
REASONABLE .CHARGES
GEO. J. WILLIAMS
Formerly Carroll Motor Company
Garage, Osceola St.
PHONE 597 Night408

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S'the best ppj

Where delicata organ

is concerned

possible atten

Consult

J)R. K. J. WEIHE,
Optometrist and Optician
Eyesight Specialist

Geo. MacKay S Co,
Funeral Directors -and
Emljalmcrs
. Tw Licensed Eabaliaers
Motor Furferal Cars
Private Morgue and Chapel
DTy Phone 47
v Night Phone 515
. G. B. Overton. Manager

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RAILROAD SCHEDULES

L. ALEXANDER
PRACTICAL CONTRACTOR AND
BUILDER

Carei ul estimates made, on 'all xoim- L"

tract nork. Gives more and better
work fir the money Chan any other
contract or in she city.

Arrival and departure of aassengei
trains at OCALA UNION STATION
The following schedule figures pub published
lished published as information anl not guar guaranteed.
anteed. guaranteed.
(Eastern Standard Time)
SEABOARD AIR LINE RAILROAD

Lea- e
:15 am
:55 pm
:17 pm

Arrive
2:10 am

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pm

Jacksonville-NTork

Jacksonville
Jacksonville 4:15

2:15 am Manatee- &05 p
St. Petersburg
:15 am Tampa 2:10 am
2:15 am Manatee- 4:17 pre
:05 pm Tampa-St. PetrsLrg 4:17 pm
ATLANTIC COAST LINE B. R-'
Leave ArriTt
2:12 pm Jacksonville-NTork 2:48 am
1:45 pm Jksonville-Gainsville 3:35 pm
6:42 am JkaonvUle-Gnesrille 10:13 fan
2:4$ am StPetsbrg-Lakeland 2:12 ru
3;35pm StPetobrg-Lakeland l:2Scro
7:10 am DunnellonrWilcox
7:25 am Dunellon-Lkeland 11:03 cm
3:23 pm Homosassa 1:30 pro
10:13pm Leesburg- 6:42 an.
1:45 pm Gainesville 11:50 an
"Monday, Wednesday, Friday. -Tuesday.
Thursday. Saturday

Norris' Candies are the best and

can b had only at the Court Pharma Pharmacy.
cy. Pharmacy. Phone 284. 9-Ct

H LET US BUILD YOU A !;!

BUIIGALOW

Select your own lot and
plans. Terms: half cash,
balance like rent. Call and
talk it over with u.
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