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0CALA, FLORIDA, MONDAY, MARCH 14. 192.1
Or Keep the Peace by Preparation, as
Secretary Weeks' first
- TIMES III OH
dealiih; out hie coiithoveiisv OVER
BUHL DOPE WAGES COHTIIIUES
bfea Convicted of Complicity Kill- Alternative Writ of Mandamus
I n-u; kr vt- I wmjA AnfM H Railroad Out
MI ODMUCni UIUE tmtm l
Menus 1 from Pensaeola
Washington,, March- 14 J. M.
Wainwright, a New York lawyer, has
been selected as assistant secretary
PROGRAM FOR TAXATION
The formulation of a definite pro program
gram program for tariff and internal revenue
legislation confronted the republican
members of the Senate finance com committee
mittee committee and the Houseways and means
committee today on their meeting
with Secretary Mellon to draft de detailed
tailed detailed recommendations to submitted
to President Harding. J
President Harding today promised j
to consider the claim of the southeast-,
era territory that it is entitled to rep representation
resentation representation on the Interstate Com Commerce
merce Commerce Commission. Senator Fletcher
is active in presenting the case of
Chairman Burr of the Florida railroad
commission, who is being urged by
Florid ians for appointment to the
' SHORTENED THE LIST
President Harding has shortened
the list of possible appointees to the
chairmanship of the shipping board to
President Farrell of the United States
Steel Corporation and R- A. Smith,
an official of the Ward Line, Frank
Munson, president of the Munson
Steamship line, said today after a
conference with the president.
rAssoct&ted Press) I (Associated press)
Dublin, March 14 Six persons I Tallahassee, ..March 14. Attorney
convicted of killing British intelli-1 General Buford on benaii oi tne state
eence officers and members of the! plant board today accepted service oi
crown forces in Ireland were executed Ian alternative writ of mandamus di-
i'n Mount Joy prison this morning. Irected Saturday by the supreme court
The men were hanged in pairs at. in-1 against the Apalachicola Northern
tervals of one hour. Twenty thousand railroad and the board to require the
persons gathered outside the prison railroad to receive a shipment of cane
during the hours the executions were from liberty' county and ordering the
going on. All work in the city was beard to discontinue its quarantine on
stopped. cane shipments from that territory.
The writ is returnable next rnday.
HORRIBLE FIND IN Constitutionality of the act creating
A TEXAS RIVER I the plant board is involved in the
Izlar Gives a Straight Line of Talk on
How to Build a Winning
Team for Ocala
Railway Managers and Workers Are
'Again Before the Federal
' Railway Board
Who says Ocala isn't going to have
a winning team this year? Manager
Goldman has his fingers on a pretty
good line-up already, but listen, it's
only the tips of his fingers so far.
Wont you help close his fists on them.
Belton, Texas. March 14, The lit- HIGHEST OF TRIBUTES
tie town of Roeers today is in the ut
most excitement following the finding
TO A NEWSPAPER
C Associated Press)
. Chicago, March 13. The railroad
wage controversy and railroad execu executives
tives executives plea for abrogation of the na national
tional national agreements covering working
AU it takes now is a little money and condltlon3 m crafts re Sm
we wfll beat the state. Just cast your before the federal railway labor board
glimmers over this list: today. The board prepared to con-
Leavengood behind the bat. You all tmue hearings on rebuttal of the labor
know Hansel. There's not a boy here chiefs the rail managers plea for
who puts more work into the game nullification of national agreements
than he does. He is our prospect for on 106 ground tht tbcy imposed
catcher. If a better one comes out weful Practices upon the roads and
he i benched P. D. O. Thst's the constituted a financial burden which
I , I mtiu -auu ujt.fcuica nut UCC
spirit of the team this year. The best has headed the transportation system) lectuje outfifc consbts rf
man plays no matter who warms the cuunLry lor
bench. That applies to all the posi-1 WORKERS CALL FOR WITNESSES
tions I am going to tell you about. 1 1 The railroad labor unions notified
am just slinging a little dope about the board they could not proceed with
Interesting Talk on "Getting the Most
Oat of Retailing." Illustrated
by Moving Pictures
Mr. R. Haresty, representing the
National Cash Register Co, of Day Dayton,
ton, Dayton, Ohio, was in the city Saturday
afternoon, making arrangements with
the Board of Trade for bringing to
Ocala the lecture, "Getting the Most
Out of Retailing." The lecture, with
six reels' of motion pictures', will be
given here in the courthouse Monday
night, April 11th.
The lecture and pictures are espe especially
cially especially for business men and women,
merchants and clerks. Anyone inter-
ested, however, will be welcome. The
lecture and pictures will be free to
the ones that are available and that I the hearine- unless the hoard rnmnlied
late yesterday of the headless and later ested a Man So Much, He Let a we know have the goods. with, their request to subpoena va-
legless body of a young woman in a Train Kill Him Do you remember Wallace, the tall, rious railroad executives to appear
gunny sack tied with a rope floating good-natured boy who pitched for before the board. They declared the
in the little river nearby. The body (Associated press) Leesburg! Of course you do. There's testimony of the railroads heads was
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which was nude was in an advanced wianao, marcn v. 4umi, not a fan in (v.. doesnt re- essential to a fair hearing
1. ... I It A J M l.Ill-J I J
Stage. OX decomposition. weu to uo wrmer, was aiuea near member that kid. Well, he wants to
Seffner this morning by a Coast Line olay Qcala this year. Do we
DEVER IS AFTER THE tram. It is reported that Mams was want him? tni 8ay we dQ. tv mu
PffiATES OF DIAMOND I sitting on a cattle guard reading a Clements, the irreat hi blond
morning paper and as the train ap- at Commercial Bank? He says he
Droached he fell on the track I t u:
we all know Homer Luffman. He is
ARMY PLANE WRECKED rtM an Jh
SEVERAL LIVES LOST
IN A RICHMOND FIRE
t Associated Press)
Chicago,' March 14. Judge Dever,
today refused to comply with a mo motion
tion motion by the state that the trial of the
Chicago White Sox baseball players
and others indicted for throwing the
World Series be taken off the court
calendar. He ordered another hear
Richmond, Va, March 14 With the
recovery of the bodies of five men
We can I get him I buried by falling walls in the burning
THE LORD DELIVER HASION'S
MEMORY FROM HIS FRIENDS
AT MOSQUITO INLET anj believe me, we had better do so. of a large furniture house here yes
' There is another banker in our midst terday, the search continued today for
(Associated .Press) who cjajms to the pill under his two other men reported missing. -The
Daytona, March 14. Mechanics thumb. His name is McNeil. He is score of iniured firemen in Wnital
from Carlstrom field are expected trvintr to eet his arm in ahane to beat are renorted imnmvincr Th A a i.
lng-for next Tuesday when it is be- waay io, salvage, me army pianeJthe cr0wd out for first twirler. There! eluded four firemen and one civilian.
ieved a date for the trial will be set wrecked in the surf yesterday. Two js a painter in town named Raymond.
Carlstrom field at- h?nmv himf Well fc nifrW Sn'tha BLEW IIP THR roirvnjv
advance man, the lecturer, Mr. W. F.
Brennan, and an operator. Seven
large trunks of motion picture equip equipment
ment equipment and films are carried.
NEW RECORD MADE BY
UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA.
Some Make 'Him Out a Good Sport
and Others a Cowardly
f Ardmore, Okla., March 141 want
it given out I did it myself. Give Clara
some money and have her get away,"
is what Frank Ketch, former business
manager for Hanion, declared on the
witness stand today Hamon told him
the day after he was fatally wounded.
Ketch testified at the trial of Clara
Smith Hamon for the murder of Hamon.
BACK TO THE FARM
MOVEMENT IN FULL SWING
SHAKEN BY A SEISMIC SHOCK
tempting to land on the beach during Texas State League and Is a hum
a neavy iog misjuagea tne distance dineer. He works so hard every day
(Associated Press) 'land crashed into the surf. The acci- that he doesht even have tb.getfc)
Danville, Ills.. March 14. What is ae occurred at mosquito inlet.' ine form. Isn't that some list of Ditchine
believed to have been a .heavy earth I aviators were uninjured. prospects? Who could want more for
shock was felt in this vicinity early a starter?
today. Telephone calls from a 60-lEDTIORS TODAY ARE f How about first base? Well, boys.
Immense Explosion but Nobody Killed
mile radius reported the same shock.
No serious damage has been reported
Birmingham, March 14. The city
LOOKING OVER GAINESVILLE we're sorrv hut we rant rot "Luev" and country for fifty miles aroimd
Dansby this year, 'cause we let him I were shaken early today by the ex-
CINCINNATI WON BY
They Will Find a Pretty Town and U0 and pet 'a iob in Gainesville, but plosion of a maeazine at the Dolomite
I wo uood newspapers just take a slant at this euv. Last I mines fourteen miles from here. No
year all the Ocala fans hated a lone. I persons were injured. The maeazine
(Associated Press) uU had h bi mouth, was wrecked. The county authorities
(Associated Press) I Jst. Augusttoe, March 14. Members but who never missed a balL He is I announced a preliminary investigation
Chicago, March 14, "Cincinnati 01 Ule national Jwlitonal Association a wonderland he is ours this year, indicated incendarism.
won the .1919 World Series on the Ie" he'e today for Gainesville. They who am IVtalkine about? Strickland.
Gainesville, March 14, Increase by
seven times in the last twelve months
the number of persons receiving in instruction,
struction, instruction, the University of Florida,
has established a national record for
itself. That was made possible by
offering extension courses through a
new general extension division.
By enrolling 5804 students during
the year the new Florida general ex extension
tension extension division also broke by a wide
margin all records for the firstyear
made by 88 other states doing similar
work, v Students were enrolled from
every county in the" state and from 19
other states and foreign countries.
Officials consider this a noteworthy
achievement in view of the fact that
Florida has scarcely more than half
a million, white inhabitants. The work
has "been under the direction of B. C
Riley, formerly of the University of
Indiana and the University of Arkan
sas, as director of general extension
work for all state institutions of high-
er learning in Florida.
square by playing better baseball h"11 have luncheon there, inspect the first baseman for High Springs .last! SentiDa Cigars sold everywhere, m
than the Chicago White Sox:
university and take an automobile
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
year. How many of you have forgot-
. New York, March 14 A real estate
firm of national scope which in the
- past year sold 4272 farms, valued at
more than $20,000,000 from Maine to
California, has made public at its of
fices here the interesting discovery
that, for the first time in many .years,
there are signs of a change in the
drift of population "away from the
cities and back to the farms."
Recently announced federal census
statistics showed that the aggregate
population of American cities, when
the canvass was made six months or
more ago, actually exceeded the ag
gregate population of the 'farming
districts. This is explained by the
fact that there was an influx of people
from farming communities to the
cities especially in the period of ab abnormal
normal abnormal industrial activity during and
immediately following the wan Thou Thousands
sands Thousands of farmers and members of
their families came to factory locali localities
ties localities where, for two 'or three years,
they made big wages. With the slump
following the general industrial re readjustment,
adjustment, readjustment, however, these farmers,
and, in many cases, idle city dwellers
as well, "are turning to the farms
where labor has long been at a prem premium.
The records of the firm in question
are said to show that during the past
20 years its sales have been made in
almost unvarying proportion, two two-thirds
thirds two-thirds ta farmers moving from one
section or state to another and one one-third
third one-third to men from the cities. The
present back to the land movement,
however, it is declared, shows an al
most exact reversal of these percent percentages,
ages, percentages, that is, two-thirds of the sales
are now being made to men from the'
cities as against one-third to farmers.
v "The first check in the cityward
movement," a member of this firm
stated, "appears from available sta statistics
tistics statistics to have come late last f all,
with the tightening of industrial con conditions
ditions conditions and consequent lack of em em-ployment
ployment em-ployment 'in the cities. It became in
creasingly evident this winter until in
February the tide seems have be
gun to flow the other way.
"The change, naturally is most
That will be one of the contentions to Pmts interest. Later they ten Fallow? What, do you all remem-
of the defense when the eight Chicago1" 4eave Ior leesburg to inspect the ber him? That's funny. Isnt it too
White Sox players indicted on charges P1 Paper plant and spend Overnight, bad we lost him? Well, hold on a min-
of throwing the series and accepting J They will tour Lake county tomorrow ute He is fpming back to Ocala to
bribes are brought to trial here today.Jul'BaioinoDue8
Sentilla Cigars will suit your taste.
work and is going to play second base
this year. But, listen; there is a con
dition to this. The job we have for7t
- I s"
POGUE ROUNDED UP
AT ST. PETERSBURG j him wont pay him for the afternoons
he practices and plays. Aren't you
I trnintr to kick in to nsv Fallow for his
lost time? Another High Springs
Dlaver that never missed "a erass
(Associated Press) burner on short is Jackson. He is
St. Petersburg, March 14. Barney bcala's for this year. Gainesville had
Needed in Georgia to Testify
marked in the vicitiny of the indus
trial centers, the February sales in
New England, for instance, having
increased more than 200 per cent over
those of last year, those in the middle
over last year and in the steel centers Pg?e 71 1?! tay e V hard MtXia Ust year named
and manufacturing districts of the1 Harr Wood. He Uvea at Irvine and
central west approximately 10
Th rrt .wif,r Vvf n momn. rogue is regarded Fred Luffman out at third but I have
from the cities and manufacturing I M P0? tne; Kinsey dis- my doubts about his being able to do
towns back to the farms are believed ws iUUllu so. If he loses, there he will be a I
Broay i pood hitter for the outfield. Then We
. have Harris, the fat guy that covers
so much territory in left and has a
to be men who came from the country
?!iy lteiLhJ5hg!!.!? OFFICERS BOUND NORTH
uwusujr. iuuijr vi. uiese uicu accu accumulated
mulated accumulated considerable savings and now
that work is uncertain and scarce,
they are using their savings to pur
chase self-supporting homes
themselves, rather than to accept
lower wages or to live in idleness
whUe their savings are being eaten
up by high rents and other unavoid
able lying costs in the cities."
New England was said to be lead
ing the entire country in the back to
the land movement. While the
WITH AN EMBEZZLER Lrfng like American eagle; fast
iJimmie Liddell: that sure hitter and
DeLand, March 14. New York of5- fielder Walter Bishop from Reddick;
forCerS are -en 101146 n0rt today Joe Brooks, Young and Thompson are
rrans. nerce, arrestea recently at aii trvine' for the outfield.
Daytona and wanted forthe embezzle
ment of $150,000 from the Ruel com
pany in Schnectady.
Later reports say that Hansel may
lose his job behind, the bat because
Brown, catcher last year in the Flor
ida State League, wants to try for
the rxwition. Well, let him try. The
Notice is hereby eiven
J 1 Al A A? X S J
in-1 xdm mienuoaX ox ine
Wc Solicit Your
and believe our
PRICES ARE RIGHT
Best Patent Sell losing Flonr
24 pound bags 5159
Best Patent Sell Rising Flour
12 pound bags...... .83
Pillsbury's Best XXXX Flour
24 pound bags...... ... 1.79
Pillsbury's Best XXXX Flour
12 pound bags .92
No. 10 Pall Snoivdrilt Lard 1.23
No. 10 Pail Cottollne 1.48
Irlsn Potatoes, Per Peclc. .43
Wesson Cooldng 011,1 Quart Can... 9
Wesson Cooldng Oil, 1 Pint Cans ... .31
Corn Flalies, Per Package 11
Post Toasllcs, Per Package ......... .11
Dime Brand tlillc, Per Can .20
Large Beach Nut Peanut Culler a Jar. .31
3 lb. Can Rlaxivell House CoIIee 1.17
iven that it & competition P11 or alL Dut ne I tit
nnHmimii I h&ve tn to some to beat HanseL It is 1 zit
MUUVi U.U hV o I T I T A
crease throughout the United SUtes ?PPly to the 1921 session of .the leg- claimed, however, that Brown plays U CTCHm Ol Wheat, Per PaCUaQC
is in excess of 80 per cent greater in lslt""; f l"e "BW 'uf ?ne a pretty good short or second, so we
, . enactment of a special act authorizing , : . .
February than for the same period the board of county commissioners of miht Just as wel1 uke him on rf he
last year. New England's farm sales Marion county, Florida, to levy a spe- wants a job.
show an increase of 200 per cent, due jciaJ t annually, not to exceed one-1 jae 3 working up the team. You
to the fact that many factory workers SLL can see from what he has a line on
J who have been thrown out of employ-1 provide funds for community welfare I that he is going to deliver the goods
lucui. wr iviwu w ouumifc m wge re-iworK in tne city oi ucaia ana n&anonitms year. Jdost oi tnese p layers wiu
ductions, have left the- cities and jcoy. lonoa. V have to be paid. There is no other
towns and gone into general farming, S?flLi llEJJJu way to get a team. Some of them like
dairying, poultry and hog raising and Mrs. H. C Dozier, President, Mrs!! Ocala weir enough to play if we give
1 1-2 White Karo, Per Can
1 1-2 Blue Lable Hero. Per Can
5 lb. Can While Karo .49
White Bacon, Per Pound .19
Compound. Lard, Per Pound .14
bee keeping as well as the cultivation! Harvey Clark, Recording' Secretary.
of small fruits.. 3-7-tmon
' An vntoresf inc f.atiirA tf tha tn
tion is that of the 427 farm, sold Untl A new lot of Powder Puflfs just In
I at Gene's Drug Store. tf
ncic uiauwBca ui w iicw
England, more than one-auarter of
them toixesidents of other states;) For proper auto lubrication use Sin Sin-while
while Sin-while of the 3100 farms sold in other lcIair ofl8 Kumbak Service Station. 6t
states, only 57 buyers were New Eng
land people. ... i Unclassified ads. gets results.
them expenses or pay them for the
time they lose from work. Others are
semi-professional and want full pay.
It's un to us. Let's get 'era. What
do you say?
Baseball meeting Wednesday night,
March 16th, 8 o'clock. Board of Trade
rooms. If you want to kick in mail
Corner Main & S. Second Si.
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OCALA EVENING STAR, MONDAY, MARCH 14, 1921
Gcala Evening Star
pBftlUfcea Every Omr Eet Saaaay T
STAB PUBLISHING COMPANY,
The-, whites went after eyery negro in J will strike or not. If they do they
sight and the darkies shot back or will. tie the country up in a knot, but
ran away. It took eight companies of they will eventually lose, for the same
B. R. Carroll. PrcMea
r. V. IrveBSt, Seretry-Trrrer
J. H. Besjamfa., Editor
Entered at Ocala. Jia, postof a
ftawtetr Rerter ..... ;
state troops to quiet the trouble. Now
if that had happened in the benighted
South, the criminal would probably
have been expeditiously lynched, but
no other negro would have been no
ested, and it is not likely that any
other negro would have' tried to make
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Legal advertisements it legal rates.
Most propaganda is improperganda.
It's a pity Clara Smith didn't use
a .44 on Jake Hamon.
The city manager plan is steadily
spreading all over the United States
It saves the people money. It hasn't
had a fair chance in Ocala, but it's
going to have.
The Oklahoma jury that is trying
Clara Smith for killing Jake Hamon
should acquit her on general princi
ples. Jake was a republican boss, and
a republican boss in a southern state
is nearly" always a damrascal.
W. W. Phillips, legislator from
Columbia, has his picture in Sunday's
Times-Union, and its passably good-
looking, too. We guess W. W. had
the photographer work on him a right
smart before he sat down to be shot.
reason the people are against them.
And old man people can pull the lid
off of hell when he pulls together. But
we heard a railroad man say the other
day that the other railroad men would
offer a reduction in wsm if it w
eft to them. They, know7 the condi-i
tion of the country, they are intelli-l
gent men, and may be willing to avoid i
contest. Whv Tint v Vum
The Duval Tigers and Tigerines
walloped a hemale and shemale basket
ball aggregation that drifted over
from Brunswick to Jacksonville Safcr
urday night. We always approve of
a Florida teartr defeating a team from
A Frenchman has perfected a pro projectile
jectile projectile powerful enough to wipe out a
city; but what the world, needs just at
present is) something powerful enough
to wipe, out grudges. Palatka News.
Woody Wilson tried to make one,
and just see what happened to him.
Tell 'em about DeLand water when
you get home, urges the .DeLand
News. Huhl That's not the parting
injunction in Miami! Tampa Tri Tribune.
bune. Tribune. From what we hear, Miami wants
its visitors to forget its water as soon
The industrial school has for the
last year felt the need of an encyclo
pedia, and since the state hardened
its heart when asked to give them one,
the girls began saving money to buy
it. They make a little money by
sewing, embroidery and such other
work, but of course they need all they
make for themselves. So when it is
considered that an encyclopedia costs
a good deal of money, but will be of
more use to those who come after
them than to themselves mostly, in
fact, a gift to the state their self self-denial
denial self-denial and patriotism is worthy of
praise, inat it is appreciated in otner
parts of the state as well as Ocala is
proven by the following to Miss Mc-
Creary, teacher at the school, from
the probation officer of Hillsborough
"Formerly, I was connected with a
newspaper here, and I wrote a little
article about your need for an ency
clopedia. Within an hour after the
paper was on the street, Dr. J. G.
Mills, a well-known public-spirited
citizen here, came up to our office
and almost gave us heart failure by
unloading a full set, twenty-nine vol
umes, Morocco India paper. Encyclo
pedia Britannica. I am in a rush now
to make an appointment, but I wanted
to advise you immediately of your
good fortune. Just as soon as I can
have these volumes packed and ship
ped I will notify you. You can use
what money you have collected for
some other needed equipment. We
certainly feel pleased that we may be
able so completely to demonstrate our
interest in the work you and Miss Kite
are doing for our girls.
"Earl Stumpf. Probation Officer.
m m m
Will Make a Play Ground
The girls have decided to use their
money in making a play ground, with
tennis court, ball park and other
means to promote both health and ac
tivity. They will xery likely organize
a team to play basket ball, which is
a girls' favorite athletic game. Their
funds have been added to by friends
One good friend on the East. Coast
has sent them $25 and another in this
city has contributed a similar sum
Mrs. Ed. Carmichael is going to give
a candy and basket sale for them
soon. The girls make some very pret
ty and useful baskets with an inge
nuity that is wonderful to see. They
pick up pine needles in the woods
near the school and with colored
thread weave baskets of all sizes
from a big work basket a foot in di
ameter to a tiny little'structure, smal
enough to wear on one's watch chain
We hope the sale will be well patron
ized when it is made.
A dispatch from Tallahassee says
that the legislature will be requested
to institute and maintain a state bu
reau of publicity. -The Star is against
such an institution. It may start off
well but will soon get into politics and
deteriorate. The positions in it will
soon be handed out to political fav
orites, who will know nothing about
publicity, and have a good time at the
expense of the state. Ocala and Mar
ion county pay for their publicity.
Let other towns and counties do the
same. Dont try to load the state
with any more grafts.
We are afraid that ruling of ex ex-Attorney
Attorney ex-Attorney General Palmer that sick
people can have beer is going to cause
an awful lot of sickness before, the
supreme court smashes it. There was
a time when we thought Mr. Palmer
was a man of iron, but he seems to
have deteriorated into putty.
Mr. John Martin, street superinten superintendent,
dent, superintendent, has made an agreement .with
Bruce Meffert, chairman of the board
of county commissioners that will
help both city and county in roadwork.
They make exchanges in labor and
material in places where they can
save money, and are finding it most
advantageous on both sides.
The following announcement vhl be
of considerable interest to Ocala peo people:
ple: people: "H. F. Atkinson (formerly of At Atkinson
kinson Atkinson & Burdine) and W. I. Evans
and M. L. Mershon (of Evans & Mer Mer-ehon)
ehon) Mer-ehon) announce the formation of a
partnership for the general practice of
law under the firm name of 'Atkinson,
Evans & Mershon. Miami, Florida,
March 1. 1921. Offices: Burdine build
According to one of the Hearst pa
pers, modern science has demonstrated
that the average man is a moron, with
about the intelligence of a fifteen
year-old child ought to have. We hate
to believe it yet it must be admitted
that he pays war taxes about as
cheerfully as school taxes. Lakeland
His war taxes are his country's debt
of honor, and about half his school
taxes are the result of bad maange
ment and faddism.
A young negro committed an as-
sault on a white girl in Springfield,
Ohio, and a small race war ensued.
Are YOU Run-down, Weak?
Those who deal with th$ victims of
spyhilis and gonorrhea is your com-
Blrmingham. Ala. "Dr. Pierce's 'm unity hear the same story day after
Golden Medical Discovery Is the day; that ignorance and misinforma-
oest tonic ana ition caused the first fatal misstep
builder I nave . .
ever known. I iwmc" eventually to disease. -waa
In a nm- j Experience in giving young men in in-down
down in-down and weak Utruction regarding the dangers and
condition when jfri0us nature of venereal diseases
I suited to take i r i;. v
the 'Discovery.' "j'11"1 "x aw &
aad that first j shown that such facts are welcomed
bottle ao eagerly as a safer guide to conduct
strengthened me than the superstitious and lies about
with it until I
had taken three
bottles, and then
ray health was
absolutely perfect. I never hesitate
a moment in recommending Dr.
Pierce's Golden II -Heal Discovery as
the very best of tonics." MRS.
ANNTE DIAL, No. 260 Tompkins
Avenue. North. AH druggists.
We received the other day an ar
ticle in plate matter, entirely devoted
to argument that the legislature ap appropriate
propriate appropriate more money for the state
school system. Now if. any teacher
we respect writes an article on the
subject of schools, and it is well writ
ten and not too long, we will print it,
but we have no space for propaganda
from people we don't know. The ap
pearance of this plate is proof posi positive
tive positive the supposed to be penniless
teachers have a headquarters some somewhere.
where. somewhere. Probably the sinews of war
are furnished by the big schoolbook
sex matters which they replace.
There wiil.be fewer cases of im immorality
morality immorality and venereal disease in your
city when your young men learn the
truth about their sexual nature, when
they learn that continence before
marriage is entirely compatible' with
health and that when they indulee in
J promiscuous intercourse they wilfully
'expose themselves to mo?t serious
'communicable diseases. Venereal dis diseases
eases diseases will be much easier to control
when husbands learn the terrible ef-
Published by Request of the State Ifects of these diseases on wives and
Board of Health children; when men learn that prac
tically all loose women carry the
Veneieal diseases spread largely
because of public ignorance concern
ing them. Education is, then, one of
the most important and fundamental
way of preventing their occurrence.
who are easiest to reach and there therefore
fore therefore probably last in need. It can
readily be offered to men at their
work, mothers at their meetings, clubs
and societies, and, under careful
supervision, to boys and girls. But it
is of great importance that it -reach
Khose who cannot read or who can not
read English, the girls and boys not
in school and the young women who
face greatest temptations because of
their occupation, to the worldy wise"
who are not attracted by lectures, to
the unorganized and uneducated
classes in your community.
The necessary facts regarding ven
ereal disease and matters of sex have
been determined and classified by
public health officials and other re responsible
sponsible responsible organizations from the re results
sults results of several years, experience and
tested many times in many wajs
These facts are now available for pre presentation
sentation presentation in the form of placards,
pamphlets, lectures, motion pictures,
lantern slides and exhibits. Such edu educational
cational educational material can safely be given
in all tha nsnnU fnr vtinm t Vu r
intendd in your cHy.
germs of these diseases; when parents
learn the necessity of protecting their
children bv giving them the truths
about sex matters.
As a strengthening tonic there Is
nothing better than Nux and Iron
Tonic Tablets, SI per bottle of 100
Such education should go to those j tablets at Gerig's Drug Store. Guar-
who need it most, not only to those netted or money back.
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. O. K. Teapot Grocery. 2t
VC! C-' 'd- w" w- w' w-' C "O" V- C-' v. vL-- -J" w-" C v vTx vu-' v- vTL vS v!S- j- vs vV
r n .TL-.: t t n o )
ONE OF FLORIDA'S BEST GARAGES
Expert Repairs Tires Gas and Oil I
Accessories Storage J
Main Street, Opposite Foundry ... OCALa, FLORIDA
The other night we had a dream
and dreamed we died and of course
went to hell. When we there arrived
the old devil said we were too soggy
to burn, and told us to sit down on a
chunk and observe the proceedings.
Taking a place near the doorg we no
ticed the lost souls. were coming in
quite numerous. As each stepped in
side the gate he vwas seized by two
bock private devils, and marked to
suit his particular brand of meanness.
We noticed that a majority had their
tongues split with redhot knives, and
on asking the reason were told they
were 'the souls of those who on earth
had slandered other people. Much to
pur surprise, about as many men as
women were nicked that way. So
watch your step and don't wear a
double tongue here above, for that
splitting operation there below did
not look soothing to ns.
The Tallahassee Democrat says
more than a third of the members of
Congress have relatives on the gov government
ernment government payrolL, Turn this the other
way about, and say nearly two-thirds
of the congressmen have no relatives
on the payroll, and you pay Congress
the highest compliment itver receiv received,
ed, received, and one which we doubt very
much if it deserves. Lakeland Tele Telegram.
gram. Telegram. It wasn't the Tallahassee Democrat
that made that statement. The Star
stole it from Henriford's weekly, and
several other Florida papers stole it
from the Star. It makes us mad to
write so many brilliant things and
have them pass unnoticed, and then
when we swipe something bodily to
have our contemporaries snap it up
like a duck swallows a Junebug.
The strike on the A. B., & A. is be being
ing being broken. It was bound to be, for
the people are against it. Several of
the big railroad systems have already
announced a cut in wages, and it is
not known whether, the railroad men
I'll tell the world
and the blend can 't be copied
20 for 20 cents
la mlr-tight pmtikmge. AJmo tthtminmhlm
in rommd tin of SO, vjcgnm. mmmJmdL.
OCALA EVENING STAB, MONDAY, MARCH 14, 1J21
I 2in offering retired Coizshla Records Cut
regularly sold for 85 cenfs 2nd $1.C3 each t 59 cents.
This collection contains jsome of the pspzbr
dance mnsic, songs and Diwallan ncslc, also ccnle
records. Come la and make year selectlcx
I am given yon a list below of a f ew of the
371 My Old Kentucky Home ( Columbia Male Quartet)
, Uncle Josh at Meeting of School House Directors.
2460 Calico (Fox Trot).
' When You Come Back (One-Step).
2570 Tackin 'En Down (Van & Schenck)
You'll Always Find Sunshine. ..
2629 Beans, Beans, Beans (Gus Van).
;. . I'm Too Tired to Make Love (Gus Van).
2675 Quand Madelon (French Army Band).
Le Tram. CFrench Army Band).
2690 On the Road to Calais (Al Jolson).
Never Too Late to be Sorry (Sterling Trio).
2722 Egyptland, Fox Trot (Fuller's Rectory Nov. Orchestra).
Mummy Mine, Fox Trot (Fuller's Novelty Orchestra).
2725 Longing (Sterling Male Trio).
Lullaby Blues (American Quartet)
2728 Turkestan (Murray and American Quartet).
Idol (Young and Reardon).
2731 Fires of Faith (Peerless Quartet).
. Heart of Humanity (Charles Harrison).
2V44 Friends (Sterling Trio).
I'm Going to Climb the Mountains (Campbell and Burr).
2748 You're Making a Miser of Me Me-'
' Me-' Some Day YouH be Sorry (I.
2749 Music of Wedding Chimes (Peerless Quartet).
Dear Old Sue (Henry Burr).
2751 One and Two and Three and Four, Rock-a-Bye
Monte Cristo Jr Fox Trot (Waldorf-Astoria Orchestra)
2754 My Little Sunshine (Charles Harrison)
How Can You Say Good-Bye (I. & J. Kaufman)
2755 My Swanee Home (Sterling Trio)
Sugar Coated Chocolate Boy (Campbell & Burr)
2774 The Gates of Gladness (Arthur Fields)
If You Don't Stop (Arthur Fields)
2777 Chinese Lullaby (Columbia Orchestra)
' Chacone (Columbia Orchestra)
2787 Who Played Poker with Pocahontas (Al-Jolson)
Alexander's Band is Back (Harry Fox)
2799 Cleo, Fox Trot (Yerkes Jazarimba Orchestra)
sTaxi, One Step (Waldorf-Astoria Dance Orchestra)
2817 Only, Fox Trot (Art Hickman's Orchestra)
Chinese Lullaby (Waldorf-Astoria Dance Orchestra)
2822 Lullaby Time (Harrison and James)
Out of a Clear Sky (Henry Burr)
& J. Kaufman.)
2834 Temperamental Rag (Guido Deiro)
Lola, One-Step (Guido Deiro)
2843 Sunny Weather Friends (Campbell & Burr)
Now I Know (Lewis James)
2845 Hand in Hand Again (Campbell & Burr) t
My Love Song; My Roses and You (Harrison)
2855 Slim Trombone Trombone-A
A Trombone-A Cat-Astroph
NEW RESTAURANT AT
THE UNION STATION
Temple & Davidson, proprietors of
the American Cafe at the union sta station,
tion, station, have so much business, that they
intend to build a new restaurant.
George Mac Kay & Company have the
contract .and give the following de
scription of v what the new building
The building will be 76 10" long by
20' 4" wide, and built on the same de
sign and of the same materials as the
union station. The building is to be
located 210 feet west of the union sta
tion and 26 feet from the track. This
will allow for future extension of the
umbrella shed so the passengers
alighting from trains will be under
The interior of the building will be
trimmed similar to the union station
and will be equipped with the finest
and most modern fixtures and appli appliances.
ances. appliances. There will be one long counter
with a white vitralite too for auick
lunch patrons, several vitralite top topped
ped topped tables, and one private dining
room. There will also be a dining
room for negroes.
The kitchen layout was designed
for modern labor saving devices and
for the maximum sanitary conditions.
No interior woodwork of the building
will come within 6" of the floor. The
floor will be concrete and turned up 6"
with a sanitary cove base. This will
allow the' hose being tamed on the
floor every day for a thorough flush flushing.
ing. flushing. All materials and workmanship
will be the best obtainable. v
The building will be well lighted
and equipped with fans to keep it
cool. In fact, it will be equal if not
better than any other railroad res restaurant
taurant restaurant in Florida and will compare
favorably with any railroad restau restaurant
rant restaurant anywhere.
The contract on this work was
given to George MacKay & Company.
The work will be started immediately
and rushed to completion.
The people of the Graham ville and
Lynne section were much saddened
Sunday to learn of the death of their
neighbor, Mr. Everette S. Reichard.
The circumstances point to his death
as being voluntary.
Mr. Reichard's body was found by
his little boy early Sunday morning
only a hundred yards from their home.
in a small puddle of water not waist
deep. Mr. Reichard had only left the
house a few minutes when his body
was found. His friends think de despondency
spondency despondency over ill health was the
cause of bringing his life to a sudden
Mrs. Reichard and her. family are
prostrated with grief and they have
the heart felt sympathy of the entire
The funeral services will take place
this afternoon at 3 o'clock at the Ok-
lawaha church, where interment will
be made. Sam R. Pyles &. Co., funeral
directors, have charge of the arrange
Smoke Sentilla. Best 10c. cigar, m
We wash' cars and guarantee the
best job in town at reasonable prices.
Kumbak Service Station. 12-6t
EP WORTH LEAGUE MEET
The following members of the Ocala
Epworth League, headed by 'the dis district
trict district secretary, Miss Maud Lillian
Little, went down to Dunnellon yes yesterday
terday yesterday afternoon to meet with the
newly organized league there: Misses
Edna Sipple and Mamie Smedley, Mr.
Ralph Simmons and Mr. Carroll Fra Fra-ser
ser Fra-ser and Melville Little. Mrs. M. M.
Little accompanied them. The new
league there has Miss Estelle Mc Mc-Ateer
Ateer Mc-Ateer of Ocala (who is now teaching
there) as president. The new Junior
League is thriving under the leader leadership
ship leadership of Mrs. Karl H. Koestline, who
is a very competent director.
New storage batteri.es, while Jhey
laFt, $32.50. They are all first class.
12-3t B. F. CONDON.
Sentilla the mild cigar.
2858 Cairo, One-Step (Art Hickman's Orchestra)
Rose Room, Fox Trot (Art Hickman's Orchestra)
2861 Was There Ever a Pal Like You (Henry Burr)
Chloe (Al Jolson)
2863 All That I Want is YouMHenry Burr) r
When the Harvest Moon is Shining (Lewis James)
2864 When You're Alone, Fox Trot (Paul Blese1 Trio)
Just Like the Rose, Fox Trot (Paul Blese)
2865 Oh, Mother, I'm Wild (Jack Kaufman)
Why Did You Do It? (Jack Kaufman)
2866 Comrades (Campbell & Burr) '
Sweethearts (Gladys Rice and Charles Harrison)
2867 Some Day You'll Know-( Henry Burr)
Down in My Heart (Charles Harrison) v
2883 Afghanistan, Fox Trot (Prince's Dance Orchestea)
Mohammed, Fox Trot (Prince's Dance Orchestra)
288fc-Sunrise and You (George Meader)
111 Think of You When Evening Shadows FalL
2888 Good-Night, Angelina (Peerless Quartet) rS
We Must Have a Song to Remember (Peerless Quartet)
2891 First Waltz (Marconi Brothers)
Selections from -Faust" (Marconi Brothers)
2895 Bo-La-Bo (Ted Lewis' Jazz Band) n
Venetian Moon, Fox Trot (Kentucky Serenaders)
2906 Oriental Stars, One-Step (Prince's Dance Orchestra)
Bound in Morocco ( Prince's Dance Orchestra)
2907 Abe Kabibbks at the Ball Game (Henry Harshfield)
Abe Kabibble Dictating a Letter.
2910 The Crocodile, Fox Trot (Columbia Saxaphone Sextet)
Who Wants a Baby? (Columbia Saxophone Sextet)
2913 Who'U Take the Place of Mary? (Peerless Quartet)
Mother's Hands (Lewis James)
2917 Rose of Mandalay (Art Hickman's Orchestra)
Akmg the Way to Damascus, For Trot,
2925- Frog's Legs (Columbia Saxophone Sextet)
La Veeda (Columbia Saxophone Sextet)
2926 Hits of Days Gone By (Peerless Quartet)
Hits of Days Gone By.
2930 Ages and Ages (George Meader)
Sing Me to Sleep (George Meader)
2942 All the Boys Love Mary (Van & Schenck)
Way Down Barcelona Way (Harry Fox)
"WHY PAY MODE?
Hot Boston baked beans, per quart,
30 cents; Boston brown bread per
loaf, 25 cents, Saturday night at Car
tefa Bakery. ll-2t
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
Get your Easter dyes early at the
Court Pharmacy. Phone 284. 9-6t
A $5 Gillett Razor outfit for $3 for
a limited time. Jake's. 12-2t
If you want the best in tires, buy
the Hood. Kumbak Service Station. 6t
ORDER OF EASTERN STAR
Ocala Chapter No. 29, 0. E. S.
meets at the Masonic hall the second
and fourth Thursday evenimgs of each
month at 8 o clock.
Mrs. Rosalie Condon, W. M
Mrs. Susan Cook. Secretary.
Tulula Lodge No. 22, I. O. O. F.
meets every Tuesday evening at the
Odd Fellows hall at the corner of
Fort King Ave. and Osceola street. A
warm welcome always extended to
T. C Carter, N. G.
H. R. Luff man. Secretary.
MARION-DUNN MASONIC LODGE
Marion-Dunn Lodge No. 19, F. & A.
M., meets on the first and third
thursday evenings of each month at
7:30 o clock until further notice.
J. K Dey, W. M.
B. L Adams, Secretary.
KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS
Ocala Lodge No. 19. Conventions
held every Monday evening at 7:30
o'clock at the castle halL over the G.
C Greene Co. drugstore. A cordial
veleome to visiting brothers.
Tom Proctor, C. C
Chas. K. Sage, K. of S. & S.
EVERETTE S. REICHARD
IMf'MIMIMIMIMfMIMlHfHlHlHTi UnlnVMlMlMlMfM tt HMHlMl
Girl wanted at Music Store. 10-tf
Norris Candies are the best and
can be had only at the Court Pharma Pharmacy.
cy. Pharmacy. Phone 284. 9-6t
W. K. Lane, 3L D physician and
furgeon, specialist eye, ear, nose and
throat. Office over 5 and 10 cent store.
Ocala, Fla. Adv. tf
The "Variety" is a new package of
Norris Candies on sale here. Sixteen
varieties in each package. The Court
Pharmacy. 'Phone 284. 9-6t
. Nunnally's and Liggett's Candies
educed to ONE DOLLAR the pound.
it Gerig's Drug Store. 4
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
LET OS B
ILO YOU A
own lot and
plans, lerms: halt cash,
balance like rent. Call and
talk it over with us.
RAY 8 THOMSON
The Wireless Signal
If you are in Distress
don't fall lo signal us
We'are always on
Ocala House Block
A. E. GERIG
111 W. Broadway
C. Cecil Bryant
Room 22 Holder Block
PHONE 195 OR 332
STAPLE GROCERIES ffiHE
1EPPM M PUCE
Now Fancy Groceries Are
HAVING TSEEl DAY
Tne canned fruits listed below, are all of tie highest
quality and la sent cases
THE PRICE IS CUT EI HALF
Al these prices, yea caa very well alford to hay la
half dozen and dozen lots
Don't gel left. Our stock on band Is very snail and
the goods won! last long
35c No. 1 Bon Selene Sliced Peaches 19C
35c No. 1 Bon Selene Yellow Clin Peaches IOC
30c No. 1 Trubadour Yellow Peaches 15C
50c No. 2H Red Label Peaches 27C
60c No. 2 White Label Peaches 32C
75c No. 2K Royal -Scarlet Peaches 42C
60c No. 2 Brownie Peaches 30C
75c. No. 2 Royal Scarlet Raspberries 4QC
58c. No. 2 Royal Scarlet Green Gaffe Plums 34C
58c. No. 2tt Royal Scarlet Egg Plums 34C
60c No. 2hi Brownie Pears jjjjg
70c. No. 2 Robin Hood Pears 40C
75c No. 2 Royal Scarlet Pears 4J.C
40c. No. 1 Gold Bar Pears 22C
50c No. 2 H Brownie Apricots 27C
55c No. 2 White Label Apricots 30C
75c No. 2 ft Royal Scarlet White Cherries 42C
65c. No. 2 White Label White Cherries 4Q(
50c No. 2 Brownie White Cherries 38C
U-SEKVE STOKES .M
CASH AND CARRY
One East and one West City Square
CIVIL BGINEEBSiAND SURVEYORS
Licensed under the laws'of the State of Florida
-Surveys Plats Reports
Highways Drainage Phosphate
CapL Edward Draks is .associated
with us and in charge of our Phos Phosphate
phate Phosphate Mine and Plant Department.
Offices. :i Holder Bldg. IPhcne No. 5
Tire Prases Rcflmced. j
DIAMOND Non-Skid 30x3K. 17 M
old price S20.00, now QU.VV I
DIAMOND Plain, 30x3. 04 C ( ft :
old price $17.60, now..... VlO.VV
6,000 Mile Guarantee
FEDERAL, FISK AH0 DIA1I0ND TUBES
NEW PRICES Overhauling Ford motor $16.
Overhauling Ford rear end, $5 for time.
Grinding Ford valves, $3.
JAS. ENGESSER, Proprietor
Phone 258 ,Vest Broadway
C V. EOBEETS. Phone 305
BABNEY SPENCEB. Phone iSl
ROBERTS & SPENCER
Funeral Directors and Emb aimers
Private Morgue and Chapel. Personal Service to alL
Motor Equipment. Coffins and Caskets Delivered.
Office Phone 350
217 West Broadway
OCALA EVENING STAR. MONDAY, MARCH 14, 132i
FIFTY GM UINE GttlETT
Original price 5
OUR PRICE FOR A FEW DAYS
If you have any society items
the Star, please call five-one.
Mrs. Jean Connoly spent Sunday in
"J A K E S
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 fishf at the city fish market.
Phone 158. tf
Meal and Grits ....... V 7 lbs, 25c; 15 lbs, 50c
Whole Rice ...... ...... V.S.VV......V.. .......;.U0 lbs, $1.00
Blue Rose Rice..;..... .3 lbs, 25c, 6ft lbs, 50c, 15 lbs, $1.00
No. 2 Tomatoes ........ ... .t .... .2 for 25c, 3 for 35c, 6 for 65c
Lard Compound . . Pr pound, 15c.
Pure Lard (bulkf.. ............ .1 lb, 25c, 2 lbs, 45c, 5 lbs, $1.00
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, JGaL, 45c, 1 GaL, 85c
Sealed Sugar Cane Syrup. . . 4t. cans 4j)c, 2 cans for 75c
Navy Beans 3 lbs. for 25c
Lima Beans. ...... .. ..... .... ....... . . . 2 lbs. for 25c.
Fresh Eggs, all guaranteed, at market prices.
Henry Clay and Apex Flour, the best plain and Self Rising Flour
Klim in 1-lb, 2 -lb. and 5-lb packages.
One-pound can of Crisco ....22 cents, two for 40 cents
One and one-half pound Can Crisco ..28 cents two for 55 cents
'Six-pound can Crisco ........ $1.10
Walter Baker's Cocoa . ..half pound 30 cents, two for 55 cents
Armour's Fertilizer and all kinds of feed.
" ' 1 1 " 7
: We do not undercharge on one item and overcharge on another,
but make each thing carry its own profit, an it be fair any other
way? Our delivery service is for yon 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
Mr. Paul Brinson of Dunnellon spent
Sunday in Ocala."
Mux and Iron Tablets will tone up
the sytsem and give you strength.
Eottles of 100 at'one dollar each at
o t-v fix
lurngs vruz oiore. u
Dodge For Sale: A Dodge touring
car, 1918 model, $300. Apply to the
14-2t CARROLL MOTORS CO.
Mrs. Mattie May Burke, wife of J.
S. Burke of this city, died at her home
a . m I
on sancnez street sunaay aiiernoon,
after an illness of several weeks. Mrs.
Burke leaves to mourn her death her
husband and mother, Mrs. Idela Neis-
ler: two brothers, Walter Neisler of
this city and Edgar Neisler of Croom;
one sister, Mrs. R. C Thompson; two
daughters and' one little baby only
three weeks old. They have the deep
sympathy of the community. The fun
eral services of Mrs. Burke will take
place tomorrow afternoon at 3 o'clock
from the residence on North Sanchez
street. Rev. a W. White will officiate
and interment will be' made in Green
wood cemetery. The following will
act as pall bearers: M. M. Little, IL R.
Luff man, Fred McAteer, J. Malever,
Frank Ditto. Dr. Chas. W. Moremen.
All are requested to be at tne resi residence
dence residence at 2:45 p. b. Sam R. Pyles and
company, funeral directors, have
charge of the arrangements.
WANTED. LOST. FOUND. F03
SALE, FOR RENT AND SIM SIMILAR
ILAR SIMILAR LOCAL NEEDS
A NERVOUS WOMAN
Huntersrille. W. Va. "After I got
over the Influenza last spring I was
all run down and suffered from func functional
tional functional disturbances. I suffered ith
bearing pains and was so nervous I
felt as If I would go to pieces. My
breath was so short that I could -not
walk up bill at all or hardly walk up
stairs. Having UBed Dr. Pierce's "a-
rorite Prescription with good results
when I came into womanhood. i de decided
cided decided to try it ag-in; I have taken
three bottles and am feeling tine"
MRS. NELLIE J. BUSCU.
Dealing out the :
Rates: Six lines, maximum, one tlma,
25c; three times. 50c; six times, 75c;
one month, $3. Payable in advance.
(Continued from First Page)
Mrs. Mamie Hall has returned home
from a short trip to Atlanta.
Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Neighbour and
;Mrs. F. T. Schreiber spent the day in
Don't fail to visit the Guarantee
Clothing & Shoe Company. Every Every-hing
hing Every-hing we sell is guaranteed. We're
ghting for QUALITY not nrices. tf
You can always get fresh or salt
water fish, oysters, shrimp, etc., at
the City Fish Market on Fort King
avenue. Phone 158. tf
Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Adams spent
Sunday in Leesburg visiting friends.
Get your Easter dyes early at the
Court Pharmacy. Phone 284. 9-6t
Dont fail to visit the Guarantee
Clothing & Shoe Company. Every
thing we sell is guaranteed- We're
fighting for QUALITY not prices, tf
C. K. Sage a nice big check ort a little
skinny one. No matter how small your
donation is it will help feed this
I bunch of hungry Ocala players, i
Laurie T. Izlar.
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-Ira
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, Wauchula,
Mr. and Mrs. Leon Mason went to
Jacksonville yesterday, for a few days
making the trip in their car.
Mrs. Ed Carmichael had as her
guests yesterday Mrs. N. B. Plummer,
Mrs. J. H. Talton, Mrs. R. A. Ellison
and Miss Margaret Plummer, all of
the Anthony and Sparr community.
None but the best fresh butter and
eggs used in the cinnamon rolls made
at the Federal Bakery. 9-5t
Mrs. L. A. Quinn of St. Petersburg
is a guest of the Florida House for a
Economize! Make your OLD hat
NEW with COLORITE. All colors at
AntUMonopoly Drug Store. 3-9-1 Ot
The "Variety" is a new package of
Norris Candies on sale here. Sixteen
varieties in each package. The Court
Pharmacy.. Phone 284. 9-6t
The NEW CHALMERS
WE HAVE JUST RECEIVED
n the very latest models
of the new improved
Ask to see the
Men posted in automobiles, after
trying the new Chalmers and
analyzing its specifications will
admit that it is unsurpassed for
$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
the best products of the
CARROLL MOTORS CO.
R. R. CARROLL
Get your candy at the old price of
one dollar per pound at Gerig's Drug
Store. Nunnally's and Liggett's. tf
Bring us that old tire and well
prove that vulcanizing pays. Kumbak
Service Station. 12-t6
Mrs. Frank Merrin, after a week's
visit with her father. Mr. John Mar
tin, returned Saturday to her home in
Dade City. v
The members of Tulula Lodge I. O.
O. F. are requested to meet at their
hall tomorrow at 2:30 p. m., to attend
the funeral of the wife of their
brother, J. S. Burke.
Norris' Candies are the best and
can be had only at the Court Pharma Pharmacy.
cy. Pharmacy. Phone 284. 9-6t
The Eastern Star sewing circle will
meet with Mrs. Carrie Ritchey Tues
day afternoon at 3 o'clock at the
Many people in Ocala will be griev
ed to hear of the death in Hdntsville,
Ala., of Mr, Walter J. Burnes. Mr.
Bumes made his home here several
yqears ago and was moist highly es esteemed.
teemed. esteemed. He leaves a wife and two or
Don't fail to visit the Guarantee
Clothing & Shoe Company. Every
thing we sell is guaranteed. We're
fighting for QUALITY not prices, tf
A $5 Gillett Razor outfit for $3 for
limited time. Jake's. 12-2t
Mr. and Mrs. Max Israelson expect
to move Thursday into the Chazal
house now occupied by Dr. G. C Shep-
hard and family.
Mr. and Mrs. Chas. S. Paynter have
as their guests at their big farm near
Kendrick their daughter, Mrs. Holden
Wilson and baby girl, of Cincinnati
Mrs. Wilson has been ill for 'some
time, but began to get well as soon as
her train crossed the Florida line
There are now three babies at the
Paynter place, and "Grandma Payn
ter says it has evoluted into a baby
Berlin-Jones stationery in boxes at
the Court Pharmacy. 9-6t
For uniform mileage buy Miller
tima nt th TTnmhnlr STvi Rtatirtn
Among tne week end visitors in
Ocala were Winthrop Robinson, Tom
Wallis and Sam Ham. all university
students at Gainesville.
They're good to the "last bite" the
cinnamon rolls made by the Federal
Mr. Carl Sewell and bride are in the
city on their honeymoon trip. We all
know Carl, a clever boy, just getting
his stride in the hotel business when
the war broke out and Uncle Sam
needed him. After the war Carl set
tled in Newport News, where he met
a pretty young lady, Miss Ruth Rover,
who .joined hearts and hands with
hhn a few days aeo. Carl has lot of
friends hereabouts and they share
with the Star in good wishes for him
and his charming bride.
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 Blight proof tomato
plants, 20c. per hundred, $1.25 pet
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. RN. 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
FOR SALE At a bargain, seven seven-passenger
passenger seven-passenger 1916 model Overland;
Continental motor; Bosh magneto.
First class condition. See Sedan
Hardee at O'Neal and Holly's ga-
; rage. 10-6t
LOST Amazon cord tire 35x4 H with
rim complete; between Dunnellon
and Stokes bridge. Liberal reward
for its return. Write Jack Crille,
Inverness, Fla. ll-3t
LOST-rPearl ring and lavalier. Were
wrapped in tissue paper. Reward
for return to Harrington Hall
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 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
Miss Wadlington. advance booking
agent for the Piedmont Chautauqua
of Asheville, N. C, was in the city
Saturday and Sunday, combining bus-f
iness with pleasure.
Make your wants known tj adver adverting,
ting, adverting, them.
Mr. and Mrs. Beuchler and Miss El Ellen
len Ellen Beuchler of Leesburg,. Vjl, who
have been the guests of Mr. and Mrs.
E. C. Beuchler of the Anthony farms
for the past three months, left last
night for their home, en route stop stopping
ping stopping in Atlanta.
We are selling out our CANNED
FRUITS at 30 per cent less Chan cost.
All high grade "goods and the prices
will open your eyes. No goods charged
at this sale. O. K. Teapot Grocery. 2t
Elsie Smith left Sunday after
noon over the S. A. L. for Chicago,
I1L Mrs. Smith was accompanied by
her sister, Mrs. L. W. Yonge, who re returned
turned returned to her home in Jacksonville
after a week's visit here with her
mother, Mrs. Osteen and Mr. and Mrs.
R. E. Yonge.
If it's auto accessories," we've got
era. Kumbak Service Station. 12-6t
A $5 Gillett Razor outfit for $3 for
limited time. Jake's. 12-2t
Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Britton of North
Ocala, entertained at dinner yesterday
in honor of their birthdays and the
birthdays of their two daughters. We
learned Mr. Britton's age to be fifty-
five, but failed to inquire further.
About sixteen guests were present and
all report a pleasant time.
We are selling -out our CANNED
FRUITS at 30 per cent less than cost.
AD lughT'grade foods" 'and the pi ices
will open-yoer.eyes. No goods charged
at this sale. O. K, Teapot Grocery. 2t
Berlin -Jones stationery in boxes at
the Court; Pharmacy. 9-t
cylinders re-bored and
- PROMPT SERVICE
GEO. J. WILLIAMS
Formerly Carroll Motor Company
Garage, Osceola SL
Geo. MacKay S Co.
- and Emb aimers
- Two Licensed Embalmers
Motor Funeral Cars
Private Morgue and Chapel
Day Phone 4T
Night Phone 515
. G. B. Overton. Manager
FOR RENT Unfurnished house. Im
mediate possession given. Phone
237, Mrs. J. O. Dekle.
FOR SALE A good "all purpose
horse for sale. Good saddler, driver
and worker. 'Will trade for good
Ford car. Call at this office. 12-St
FOR RENT Furnished apartment
at 1129 Fort King avenue. Phone
WANTED An energetic woman to
carry on the NuBone corset work
in Ocala and vicinity. Mrs. T. A.
Quinn, Florida House. 14-3t
FOR RENT Furnished light house housekeeping
keeping housekeeping apartments. Apply at 333
Oklawaha avenue. 14-St
Advertise In the Star.
Where a delicate
S-JJV." .It. 1 A
fce ,.c tion is advisable.
DR. K. J. WEIHE,
Optometrist and Optician
PRACTICAL CONTRACTOR AND
; Careful estimates made on all cow
tract nork. Gives more and better
work fr the money than any other
contractor in the city.
Arrival and departure of passecs
trafna at OCALA UNION STATION.
The following schedule figures pub published
lished published as information anH not guar guaranteed.
i Eastern Standard Time)
SEABOARD A IK. LINE RAILROAD
NEEDDAT.l MOTOR CO,
General Anfo Repairing
' Gasoline, Oils and Grease
USED CARS FOR SALE
Cars Washed '". . . f 1.00
Cars Polished ................
Oklawaha Ave. Be Orange St
Manatee- 4:C5 pea
Tampa 2:10 aa
Manatee- 4:17 pm
Tampa-St. Petrsbrg 4:17 pa
ATLANTIC COAST LINE R. C
2:12 pm Jaeksonville-N'York 2:43 ass
l:45'pm Jkeonville-Gainsville 3:35 pa
6:42 am Jksonville-GnesviXle lO-.lSpa
2:4 am S tPettbrg-Lake land 2:12 am
3:35 pm StPetsbrg-Lakeland 1:25 pa
7;10 aa- Dunnellon JYiiji
7:25 am VDusellon-Lkeland .11:03 erl
3:25 pm Homosassa 1:20 pi
10:13pm Leesburg 6:42 aa
4:45 pm Gainesville II.LQ aa i
- "Monday, Wednesday, Friday. 7
Tuesdav. Thursday. Saturday
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