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Title:
The Ocala evening star
Uniform Title:
Ocala Evening Star
Alternate Title:
Evening star
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v. : ; 61 cm.
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English
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Porter & Harding
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Ocala, Fla.
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Newspapers -- Marion County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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United States -- Florida -- Marion -- Ocala
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29.187778 x -82.130556 ( Place of Publication )

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Began in 1895; ceased in 1943.
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Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 5 (June 24, 1895).
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EVEN!

OCALA

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WEATHER FORECAST
Generally fair tonight
and Thursday.
TEMPERATURE
This morning;' 62.
Thi3 afternoon, 86.
OCALA, FLORIDA, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 16. 1921
NO. 63
VOL 27
All EPIDEMIC SURE
IT FAR AHEAD
TERBIFFICSUM
FOIi THE TEUTONS
TO TAKE PLACE OF
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rLm nr t...ti u nnfthf Most Fhul and Pit to the Allies in I Assistant Stat Auditor Mcintosh

mwymi fciiuti& wa w - a 1

Booz Rules for Peoole Suf Fire Dsvs One Thousand Appointed Assistant to the

ferine for Drinks I Million Marks Attorney General

(Associated Ptms) I (Associated Press! iamocimbq rrcssj

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Wahino-tnn-March 16. Drafting I Paris. March 16. The allied repa- -laiianassee, marcn .io. juarrin v,.

of regulations to carry out the opinion rations commission has notified Ger- Mcintosh, assistant state auditor, was

of former Attorney General Palmer many she must pay one billion gold appomtea toaay assisam

regarding the prescribing of beer and f marks before March 23rd in fulfill

wine for medical purposes will be left jment of her peace treaty .obligations.

to the new commissioner of internal

revenue, Commissioner Williams said
today.
FEDERAL APPOINTMENTS
; Fred Scobey, of San Antonio,. Tex,
is understood to have been selected
by President -Harding as director of
(the mint. Former Governor Spry of
Utah, is understood to be slated for
commissioner of the general land office.

ARE LENIN E AND TROTZKY

TO BE DETHRONED?

attorney

general to succeed W. W. Trammell,

who recently resigned to practice law

in Miami. Mr. Mcintosh will assume
the duties of the office June 1st, or
earlier if Mr. Trammell desires to

leave before that time. Mr. Mcintosh

Reported Knocked Out One Day, the a native of Alachua county.

Counter Revolution is Bigger
the Next

RESUMING TRADE

f WITH THE RUSSIANS

(Associated Press) t
London, March 16. A trade' agree'

ment under which commercial rela

tions will be resumed by Russia and

Great Britain was signed today.

(Associated Press)

Copenhagen, March 16 Fifty thou

sand men have gathered at the Rus

sian fortress at Kronstadt and the

HOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION I number is increasing dairy, says a

Helsingfors dispatch. A wireless re-

Tho hnorrf r.f nuKlif instruction in I ceived here savs that Kronstadt is re

and for Marion county met this thelceiving the necessary provisions andFRENCH ARMY IN

sth Hot nf.Mnh. 1921. in regular I has sufficient ammunition for three! GERMANY REINFORCED

session, with W. T. Garv, chairman, years, Victor Tchernoff, minster of

C. R. Veal and A. J. Stephens present. I agriculture in the Kerensky cabinet, (Anaociated Press)

Minutes of last regular and special lis said to have been the organizer of Duisburg, March 16. New French

nufin(r nrH nnnrovoxl. I the counter revolution. forces have arrived here from sections

of Germany occupied by the French

If it's auto accessories, we've .got army and the belief is expressed that

em. JLumbak Service Station. 12-6ttneir coming may foreshadow the oc

cupation of Mulheim, four miles east

Messrs. L. L. Home and George

Buhl of the Calvary school asked that
board increase salary of their teacher,
Miss Clara King. $10 per month for

the last two months. Request granted I Bryant, Indian Mound, Grahamville of Essen

as she was not receiving salary equal and Moss Bluff called upon the board

to other teachers of her rank. J to discuss the plan for consolidating

; Messrs. Brown and Wall of Mcln-lthe two special tax districts and in

tosh called for information as to the elude the territory not in either into
proper steps to be taken in the con-lone district and establishing a central

Extra nice strawberries just arrived

at Quality Fruit Store. Phone 218.

Lee 'is Not Expected to Oppose Cut

ting Glade Out of Its
Limits

(Associated Press)
Fort Myers, March 16. Delegated

from every district in Lee county are

expected to attend a meeting here to tonight
night tonight to discuss the proposal to create

Glade county from the eastern part
of Lee. There has been but little op opposition
position opposition to the proposal thus far and

advocates of the plan expect approval
by a majority of Lee county citizens.

PUTTING DR. NIGHBERT

IN A HIGH PLACE

Government Thinks He is

While .Sending to England

Worth

, (Associates Press)
Jacksonville, March 16. Dr. E. H.

Nighbert, formerly head of tick erad eradication
ication eradication in Florida, has been appointed

inspector of live stock for the federal

department of agriculture with head headquarters
quarters headquarters in England, it was announc

ed today. He will leave for Great
Britain in May.

CHURCH CAN FACE

ANY WAY IT PLEASES

Miami Judge's Decision Nullified
V City Ordinance

1917 Ford touring car in good con

- dition. Spencer-Pedrick Motor Co. tf

- i ji.j i a i j! .i a i . .

L&e aixincis, inciuaing otner rem-1 circulate a petition ana present same

tory, into one district and the building I to the board for the creation of a new aminers of teachers be $2000 per an-

and maintaining a central high school, j district, then to consolidate the three I num with an amount sufficient to

Board referred them to attorney for I districts into one. cover the traveling expenses of said

exact advice. I Board adjourned to meet Wednes-lboard.

Mr. W. J. Fielding of Ebenezer I day morning, March 9th. J 12. We endorse the work of the

called in behalf of petition for con-J Board-met Wednesday morning rural" school inspectors and request
solidating Ebenezer, Ratcliffe Hill and! with all members present. I their continuance, for the present,

Paisley schools into one district and! Mr. B. R. Blitch called to redeem land that their salaries be $2000 per
one school be maintained. Petition I coupon warrant 'No. 90 for $500 loan-1 annum, with -an amount sufficient to

referred to the attorney. Jed to the board which was cancelled cover the traveling expeness of said

Mr. F. E. Smoak, who has been by warrant No. C3531 with interest inspetcors

transporting pupils from Flemington J paid by warrant No. 3532. I 131 We request an appropriation

and Oak Hill schools to the Fairfield

(Assort it ed Press)

Miami, March 16. Judge Branning

today dissolved the injunction by
which work on the new Congregation Congregational
al Congregational church was stopped because the

church was being built to face a side

instead of main street in a subdivis

ion. The judge held the church could

face in any desired direction.

HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE

DIED AT ORLANDO

(Associated Press)

Orlando, March 16. Rodney Kin

caid, aged 21,- widely known through

out the state as a high school athlete.

died today as the result of injuries

pwpivpH in a mntitrcvrV nccidpnt Vptp

ml . . . 1 e r rt m I

ine Doara men IOOK up the resolu-1 ow per annum ior necessary sup-i ja

I 1 :j .1.-1 u i I i J j x . . j i i: '

bcuuvi jsuiq uihx ne couiu no longer I uons aaoptea Dy me State COnierence I anu iravtimg cApviuses ux iiw

transport said pupils. As his contract I of high school principals and superin-1 state high school inspetcor.

was luihiied the board declared his I tendents and after some chances thial 14. We endorse the thrift move-

work completed.' v (board adopted the following resolu- ment of the national treasury depart

Mr. C M. Cam of Reddick stated I tions, a copy of which should be given I ment and advocate a fair and earnest

that .they had enough rock on the lour representatives and senator: trial, of the plan in our schools and

ground but not. enough sand for the I 1. Such legislation as niav be nec-l pledge the hearty co-operation of

proposed new school building and I essary to validate thei indebtedness I superintendent and principals.

asked that board place another $100 1 incurred by county boards of public! Messrs. Crosby and Redditt, trus-

to their credit for that purpose. Re-1 instruction for running expenses since I tees of Citra school, recommended Mr.
quest granted. 1 1915, and that said boards be empow- E. A. Dupree as a trustee to fill the

PUTTING THE BLAME ON

THE POOR POLICEMEN

Jacksonville, March 16. An inves

tigation by the city council of the dis

appearance of a diamond ring at po police
lice police headquarters here recently is in
progress today. The jewelry belonged

toMrs. Frank Ingram of Palatka, and

uraa twiner )a1I sa tvr&TPi in tVia mm

Messrs. Mills and Atkinson of thelered to issue, on or before July 1st, j unexpired term of M. J. Timmons. Mr. I w am-v mTA iaat rwn.

Fellowship school asked that one 1921, interest bearing coupon certifi- Dupree was appointed. They also L f. n Mm t-, j, m

a 1 jr i -r .. . I ... . ..It i . i r v".-

waciier ue tusmissea xrom uieir scnooi icates ox maeDteaness to cover saidiorougnt up me matter oi putting i .i,--,--

4-T : J it. l .. . i, a. .i i v..mj: i vimmb, v;jj.

s mcj uau xaiiKu ueiuw uie required i expenses, saia ceruncates to oe paid new root on me scnooi uuuuiug as iuc

average. Board referred matter to I in annual installments not to exceed, old roof was very leaky and unsatis

the superintendent for adjustment, ten, beginning, on or before July 1,
Board adopted the following reso- j 1924, interest not to exceed 7 per

lution, which was a. communication I cent.

front the Manatee county school board, j 2. To appropriate the sum of one

The resolution was forwarded to Gov-1 million dollars for the immediate re

ernbr Cary A. Hardee: I lief of the common and high schools

:-fWhereas, there is much inequality of the state, said amount to be ap ap-inthe
inthe ap-inthe assessment of taxes through- portioned among the several counties
out the state of Florida on account of of the state on a fair and equitable

the-lack of uniformity of valuations

upon which the assessment is made
byhe tax assessors of the different
counties; and,
Whereas, the present system of
assessing taxes is unjust, discriminat discriminating
ing discriminating (with nothing to commend it and
much to condemn), and illegal in so
far as it gives to the assessors of
taxes discretionary powers never in intended
tended intended by the law, thereby causing
general dissatisfaction; and,
"Whereas, under the present method
of assessing one-fourth, one-third or
one-half of the supposed cash value
of property necessitates a very high
. millage, thereby discouraging the in

vestment of capital and causing many

other evils; therefore be it

"Resolved, That the board of public
instruction of Marion county, Florida,
in regular session assembled, does

most earnestly request Honorable
Cary A. Hardee, governor of the state
of Florida, to give this matter his

serious attention, and if it meets with
his favorable consideration to direct
all tax assessors of the state to make
the next assessment roll upon the
actual cash value of all property as
provided by law."
Messrs. M. J. Younge and J. B.
Burry, trustees of Orange Lake,' rec recommended
ommended recommended Mrs,. W. B. Brabham to
fill the unexpired term of C. C Cork,
.who had moved from the district. The

board declared the place vacant and

made the appointment.

Patrons of Key Pond, Electra, Lake

basis.

3. To. submit a- constitutional

amendment to the people of the state

providing for raising of the maximum

county school millage from 10 to 15
mills.

4. To submit a constitutional

amendment to the people of the state

providingfor the raising of the max

imum special tax school district levy

from three to ten mills.

5. To so amend or revise the com

pulsory school law. as to make it en

forcible and to make it accomplish

more nearly the purpose for which it

was enacteL
Mr mm

o. io enact sucn legislation as
may be necessary to extend the state

certificates of ex-service men to en
able, them to secure life state certifi
cates.

7. In view of the acute shortage of
trained teachers in this state, to enact

legislation, whereby under proper re restrictions
strictions restrictions as to health and otherwise,

certificates issued in other states of

equal educational standards to Flor

ida, may be recognized in Florida.

8. To make liberal appropriations

for'the state 'ducational institutions.

9. To continue the appropriation

for the teacher-training departments

in the high schools.

10. We heartily endorse the work

of the general extension division of
the University of Florida and request
its continuance and adequate support.

11. We request that the salaries of

the members of the state board of ex

factory. It was agreed that board

advertise for bids to do this work.

Mr, Paul Durand came with the trus

tees and stated that a new roof was

badly needed and gave the board
fieures that his firm would do the

work fo.

Bank accounts were then examined

and approved.

Messrs. Christian, Wall, Russ and

several ladies called to discuss school
affairs in Mcintosh and surrounding

community.

Board adjourned to meet Thursday

FISH DEALERS MEETING

IN JACKSONVILLE

El Tea Eye Tells How in Future the
Check System is U be Kept on
Their Operations
Open wide your doors for the latest
in local scandal. Have yon seen Jake
Goldman's new Buick six) Well, it's
paid for. Spencer & Pedrick will tell
you that; but listen: where do you
suppose Jake got the money to buy a
car like that? I wonder if a sporting
goods store pays that well in Ocala.
Why. of course not. Dont you re

member that he managed the baseball

team last summer. Graft? Well, I
should hope to tell you so. Why. only
this morning I heard that Jake made

a lortune running the oau team last
year and this particular party (I'm
scared to call names) would not pay a
cent to the team this year because he

was afraid Jake would own a Pack

ard next year. '"

Now listen, boys; this isnt a de

fense or a prosecution of Jake. Per

sonally, I don't think he made any
money out of the team last year and
you wouldn't either, if you would take
time to look into expenses, collections

and gate receipts a

learned a little about it this year, since

you members of the Ocala Baseball
Association elected me secretary.

What I am taking time to tell you

this afternoon is this: Jake Goldman

won't get his fingers on a cent' this

year until it is paid out to him by

Mr. C. K. Sage. You elected "him

your treasurer. To go a little further

into the workings of your Ocala Base

ball Association. Mr. Sage cannot pay

out a cent until he is ordered to do so

by the executive committee. This ex

ecutive committee is composed of five

real honest, live, sensible men and L.
T. Izlar. They are: Hansel Leaven-

good, Frank Harris Jr.. C K. Sage, I

Robert MacKay, Norton Davis and L.

T. Izlar. All collections and gate re

ceipts come direct into the hands of

C K. Sagi? He cant pay the money

out until' six men tell him to do so.
Isnt that safe enough- for your mon-

The Sunshine City Wants Two Hun Hundred
dred Hundred and Sixty Thousand Dollars
for Improvements

(Associated Press)
St. Petersburg, March 16. A bond
Issue of $260,000 for municipal im improvements
provements improvements will be submitted to ths
electors April 10th. The fund would
be used to increase the capacity of ths
gas plant and municipal railway and
improve the city halL

CLARA SMITH HAM OX'S
FATE IN THE BALANCE

Lawyers are Now Trying to Convince
the Jury

(Associated Press)
Ardmore, March 16. The defense
formally rested at the opening of
court today in the trial of Clara Smith
Hamon, charged with the murder of
Jake Hamon. The state immediately
began calling witnesses in rebuttal.
Each side is allotted five hours for
argument and if the judge has pre-

I I 1 1

little. I haveW cnarge oy tne tune court

reconvenes tney wiu oe startea im immediately.
mediately. immediately. The 'court will charge the
jury on three points; murder in the
first degree; manslaughter in the first
degree, and manslaughter in the sec second
ond second degree. The first carries the pen penalty
alty penalty of death or life imprisonment, ths
second, four years to life imprison

ment, and the third a minimum fine of

one dollar.

WEST VIRGINIA TRIAL
TAKES A SHORT WAIT

(Associated Press)
Williamson, W. Va March 16.
The prosecution and defense in ths

Matewan gun fight trial rested today.
Judge Bailey then asked for instruc instructions
tions instructions from both sides. -

Jacksonville, March 16. Members

of the Florida Fish Dealers Assoc ia

tion are meeting here today to discuss

the industry and means for develop developing
ing developing it on a larger scale.

EDITORS ARE TOURING

THE MANATEE COUNTRY

morning, March 10th.

Board met Thursday morning with

all members present.

Wesley Burden asked that the Blaze

Pond colored school be ceiled. It was

agreed by board that if the patrons

furnish the workmanship the board

would furnish the lumber and nails.

Mr. Charlie Rogers presented to

the board for advertisement a petition

calling an election for the purpose of

creating a special tax district to be

known as Graham ville No. 43.-

Board ordered superintendent to

check names on petiio nand advertise

same.

It was agreed to pay Citra teachers

$5 for the extra work incurred by

combining Sparr school with Citra.

Mr.' Johnson was appointed atten

dance officer of Candler district and

Mr. John Seiler of the Griner Farm

district.

Bradentown. March 16. The Na

tional Editorial Association is touring

Manatee county today. The editors
planned to visit here. Palmetto, Yan Yan-ateeY
ateeY Yan-ateeY Oneco, Terra Ceia and Ellenton.

They will go to Polk county tomorrow
to spend two days in that section.

Just arrived, a full line of bathing

caps, fancy and plain, at The Court

Pharmacy. 16-4t

ey? You say you dont like the six
men? Well, they were elected in open
meeting and you were invited to that

open meeting. Were you there? If not
quit your beefing.

There is to" be another meeting of

the association at the Board of Trade

hall at 8 o'clock tonight. Come to it

or we might slip something else over

you. I ,want just one more word

about Jake, now. Last year he gave
us a pretty good baseball team when

everybody else had given up the job,

He is a worker because he likes the

game. He gives his whole heart and

soul to the business. The executive
committee asked you to come to a

meeting to help us eject a manager.

Did you come? If not it's your own

fault. For goodness sake quit kick

ing and pull together.

Following are the public-spirited
fans who have chipped in during the

last twenty-four hours:

George MacKay 60.00
Ocala Coca-Cola Co 20.00
Swaim Sign System 15.00
E. Lopez 2.00
a L. Nail 2.00
M. M. Little 20
J. R. Owens ...0 2.00
Jessie Kennedy 1.50

CONFEDERATE VETERAN

JOINS MANY COMRADES
' N
( Associated. Press)
Charleston, W. Va. March 16. CoL

Roger Preston Chew, aged 77 and a

noted Confederate artillery officer.

died today.

MEETING OF FLORIDA

ECLECTIC ASSOCIATION

The State Eclectic Medical Asso

ciation met here this afternoon in the

courthouse with members present

from various parts of the state. A
number of important matters were
taken up by the doctors. The program

included the election of officers, but
up to the time of going to press ths
new officers had not been chosen.' An
auto ride had been arranged for by
the Board of Trade, but the dotcors
found that their program would pre prevent'
vent' prevent' taking this in.

HAYCRAFT-SMITH

Total $ 115.00
Previous total 1328)0

Total to date $1443.00

. L T. L

NOTICE

It 'will be of interest to the Ocala

friends of the groom to learn that the

marriage of Mr. Claude Haycraft to

Miss Lois Smith of Brunswick, Ga,

will take place at the home of the

bride's parents in Brunswick, the

wedding to be very simple, only the

immediate family being present. Mr.

Haycraft is wellJmown in Ocala, hav

ing lived here, practically all his life.

He is a clever young man and the

muvi in chftfl nf hl fnwwi will cn

Teachers' reports and sundry bills L. . . ... tW

examined and order paid by war- home whIch they make m Jack.

rants Deginnmg witn xxo. wmi "na I sonville
j: xt rorno V ISOnvuie.

ception of Nos. C3540, C3596 and

C3597, which were for renewal of

notes and inteerst paid.

No further business the board ad

journed at noon to meet at regular

time April 5, 1921..

H. G. Shealy, Seey.

Dont get your hair wet when bath

ing, see our line oi bathing hats.

The Court Pharmacy. 16-4t

Af

The home of Mr. and Mrs. T. A.

Tudisco was gladdened yesterday by

the arrival of a fine little son.

Mrs. A. C. Cobb has as her guests

her brother and his wife, Mr. and

Mrs. W. II. Sealey of Alachua, and her
brother-in-law, Mrs. Fagan of Tren Trenton,
ton, Trenton, Fla The party arrived in Ocala

yesterday and left this morning, re

turning home. They have been enjoy

ing a ten days motor trip down ths
East Coast, going as far as Miami
While in Palm Beach they had an op opportunity
portunity opportunity to see the sun dance of ths
Seminole Indians, which was held
there three days last week.

Dr. M. V. Spring-stum of the Bureau

of Animal Industry, U. S.. Department

of Agriculture, is in Marion county,

testing the dairy herds about Ocala
and reports the following herds as

having had the tuberculin test: Gray,

Pyles, Close. Green Paynter. Con

sumers using milk from these dairies

may rest assured that it is coming
from tubercular free cows.

There are probably numerous one

or two-cow owners using and selling

milk who should have their cows test tested,
ed, tested, and they may secure this- test
free of charge by leaving their names

and addresses wit hthe undersigned.

l-ltd&w H. F. Watt,

City Health Officer.

Miss Eva Sherouse has returned to
her home in Citra after a two weeks'
visit with her grandmother, Mrs.
Mattie J. Sherouse.

HIS PETITION

"Lord, dont send more blessings
than I can take care of, but when
they get a good start, an' act like they
want to keep coming, dont stop em."
So when your roof leaks, dont
pray for the rain to stop, but writs
The Roof Doctor, and let him stop all
present leaks and prevent future

leaks. Ninety days trial before we

accept your money. Should your rocf
leak in five years, after I repair it, I
will repair it free. The Roof Doctor,

care Evening Star. 15-Xt

; Dont fail to visit the Guarantee

Nothing & Shoe Company. Every

bmg we sell is guaranteed. We're

.ghting for QUALITY not nriees. tf

Get your candy at the old price of

one dollar per pound at Gerig's Drug

Store. Nunnally's and Liggetfa. tf

New prices on all sterling silver

goods at THE BOOK SHOP. 15-3t

For uniform mileage buy Miller
ires st the Kumbak Service Station.

Sterling Silver Flatware has been
reduced 20 per cent at THE BOO 2
SHOP. 1



OCALA EVENING STAR. WEDNESDAY. MAfcCH 16. 1921

Oeala Evening Star
Pabltaked Kverr D7 Exeept Saadar by
STAB PUBLISHING COMPANY,
' OCALA, FLORIDA.

R. R. Carroll. Preldat
. V, lTaod, Seretry-Trere
: J. H. Beajaaila. Edltw

Entered at Ocala. Fla., postofflce a
econd-class matter.
. TBLEPHOMES
Kfelaea Of Sec . Fl-0e
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Satiety Reporter FIve-Oaa

'.MXMBKH ASSOCIATED PRESS
h AaatwiAted Preaa Is exclusively

ent!tl3 for the use for republication of
ah nwa diaoatches credited to it or

, out otherwise credited In this paper and
ia h l.-wa.l nwa nikbliahed herelb.

1 4.11 rights of republication of special

lsDatchea herein are also reserved.

IXIMESTIC SCBSCKIPTIOX RATE!

Ob' year. In advance ............
months. In advance ..........

Three months, in advance ..... .
One month, in advance . 0

raised many times the money in re- j the summers are almost as desirable
cord time for "what they thought good -as the winters.

causes tho they brought no adver

tising in return.

r"f M I- a i

i ine rasuaxe investment company,
composed of Messrs. Edmund W

Walter R. and Howard V. Lee, own

PRAISE FROM PENNSYLVANIANS 'hundreds of acres here, and its citrus

; (groves are among the show places of
Every once in a while, some person Florida. The company also has a

with a grouch comes to Florida, from large number of cattle, hogs and
the north, fails to dissolve the grouch I mules, as well as a flourishing poultry
while here and goes home and abuses if arm. .

Florida to some paper up there, and
takes a mean pleasure in mail in e

copies to acquaintances (they never

make any friends) here. Then our
people get sore and kick, when they
should simply throw' the paper away.
For they should remember, that for
every grouchy letter from Florida
there goes at least ten filled with
good words. A friend has just sent
ua a copy of the Wayne Independent,
Honesdale, Pa., containing a letter
from some of that paper's friends,

now visiting Eastlake. And by the

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subsequent insertion. One change a
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Let the people quit pulling the ; gov government's
ernment's government's leg.
Let the states build their own roads
and equip their own schools. t

It is hard to keep a good man down

and harder to keep a bad man up.

Let's hope Hoover won't try to
raise us out of another thirty-three

million. Hell surely do it if he tries

Quit putting so many demonstra demonstrators.
tors. demonstrators. ; inspectors, etc... etc.- over the

people and they will learn to do some
thing for themselves.

Some sensationalist has' started the

story that Jake Ham on, the Okla

homa republican boss, shot by Clara

Smith, started the wave that swept

Harding into the White House

Strange that this Hamon should be so
great.- Hardly anyone heard of him

until he was shot.

Mr. Tamblyri has become t a : ,very
successful fisherman, enjoying the
sport keenly; and keeps us well sup supplied
plied supplied 'with fish as the lake is well
stocked with the finny beauties. East East-lake
lake East-lake is on the Dixie highway, which
under various names, runs from Key
West to Chicago and westward. We
are 21 miles from Ocala, the county

seat of Marion county, and in the cen

ter of one of the largest citrus and
agricultural sections of the state. We
are surprised to see the 'good roads
down here. Have motored more -than

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A negro editor has been warned to
cease publishing things about the so so-called
called so-called Ku Klux Klan. But we thought
publicity was the very thing that the
Klan didn't want nothing else but.
Times-Union.
We" expect the main purposes of
that "Klan" are to scare negroes and
wheedle money out of white people.

- One of the new voters, who has
been, reading up on international pol politics
itics politics wants to know what" Uncle Sam
would do if all his foreign relations
should decide to visit him at the same
time.-fLakeland Telegram.
O, hed entertain them, if he had to
turn" his' cwn children out of ." house
and home to find them' a place to
sleep!
Y A1 friend has suggested to us that
we make an Easter contribution to the
Children's Home in Jacksonville. A
very good idea. The Star office crowd
his' chipped in, not so very much, but
if everybody else in town would hand
over in proportion they could build
an Ocala addition to the home. Send
the kiddies what you can. Address
Marcus Fagg, 427-8-9, Saint James
building, Jacksonville, Fla.

Says the St. Augustine Record:
( After more than a years delay the
(Supreme uourt of the United States
has declared the federal farm loan act
constitutional. The farm loan sys system
tem system can now; resume its activities and
. loans for farmers will be available.
This decision should lift some of his
financial worries' from the farmer's
, shoulders and the loud plaints of the
tillers of the soil should be softened.
It is unfortunate that the deqision was
not rendered more promptly, for it
might have forestalled 'much unrest
and obviated some of the special leg-
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isiauon xor ine aia oi iarmers wnicn
was undertaken by Congress to relieve

the emergency.

way, when we first came to Florida, 1 1000 miles, seen sugar cane fields with

we ran right into the midst of a col colony
ony colony of Pennsylvanians, and they were
of the salt of the earth, and we have

met many of the 'same savor since.

The letter follows:

Editor Independent: Being so in

love with this "land of flowers" our ourselves,
selves, ourselves, it occurred to us that you
might be interested to know something

of its beauties as seen through the

eyes of two of your readers.

Florida, with its wonderful climate,
flowers," fruits and scenery seems to
us as hear heaven as we ever hope to
attain until we are so blest as to reach
"the Heavenly City"; and Eastlake,
where we are living, has been aptly
termed the "garden spot of the
world."
After spending a week with Mr. and
Mrs. E. W. Lee of Mount Vernon we

sailed from New York February first

on the Clyde liner Comanche in com company
pany company with Mr. and Mrs. Lee, Mrs.

Kate Taylor of Mount Vernon, N. Y.,

and Mrs. Walter Lee, who was re returning
turning returning to her home in Eastlake, Flor Florida,
ida, Florida, after spending a month in the
north with friends. We left in a rag raging
ing raging siow storm and found the Atlan Atlantic
tic Atlantic a bit tempestuous at first, but the

latter part of the trip was thoroughly

enjoyable. There were many charm charming
ing charming people on board, several of whom
have visited us here.
Landing in Jacksonville on Friday,
we found real June weather, with
brilliant sunshine, and were met at the

dock by Walter Lee in his seven pas passenger
senger passenger Cole, and Mr. and Mrs. How Howard
ard Howard Lee in their Studebaker six, and
the nine of us started o? a 200-mile
trip to Eastlake. We stopped in quaint
old St. Augustine, saw Fort Marion,
hoary with age; the old slave market,
where the long suffering blacks were
sold; ancient churches filled with
memorials of their pious founders-,
and last, but not least, many gor gorgeous
geous gorgeous modern hotels, 'filling rapidly
with northern guests. Motoring leis leisurely
urely leisurely to Daytona and Ormond Beach
we took the noted ride on the shell
boulevard, running eight miles beside
the ocean; passed through DeLand,
called down here "the Athens of Am America,"
erica," America," because there is located fa famous
mous famous Stetson University, founded by
John B. Stetson of that name; stopped
at Sanford in the center of the truck
farming section of the state, and
marvelled at the acres of lettuce, cel celery,
ery, celery, beets, carrots, cabbages and
strawberries. We arrived in Eastlake
Saturday afternoon, having spent the
night with relatives in Daytona, and j

went to Mrs. E. W. Lee's house, where ;
we have ever since been having the

time "of our lives.
Last winter, when down here, Mrs.
Lee purchased the Carter cottage om
Broadway, one of the handsomest res residences
idences residences on beautiful Lake Weir, and
we have just bought a very desirable
place adjoining here on the lake side.
Our new grounds are spacious and
contain 200 bearing fruit trees, or oranges,
anges, oranges, grapefruit, kumquats; guavas
and figs, a fine vegetable and flower
garden and a ten-room house which
commands a view of Lake Weir, four
miles wide and eight miles long, said
to be one of the most beautiful of the
thousands of lakes in sunny Florida.
We are on a bluff on the east side of
the lake, and an elevation of several
hundred feet is not to be found in
many places in the state. Malaria is

unknown here, and we are told that

Thrift in Shaving
l requires an
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mills grinding the cane; orange and

grapefruit groves with their thou

sands of trees loaded at the same time

with golden and green fruit, as well
as delightfully fragrant bloom. The
tiny negro cabins with their overflow overflowing
ing overflowing population of cute little pickanin

nies are a never ending source of in interest
terest interest to "us. We marvel at the huere

live oak trees covered with graceful
Spanish moss; at the magnolias- with
their waxen blossoms and polished
leaves; the scarlet poinsettias, roses
of all colors; meadows covered with
blooming phlox of variegated hues,
and, best of all, the brilliant sunshine

and warm, soft air which calls one out
of doors in the day time, and induces
the soundest sleep at night.
The investment company owns and
operates its own packing house, and
packs and ships not only its own
fruit, but that from other groves
around the lake, shipping thousands
of boxes a season. There is a large
and completely equipped club house
here where the social activities of the
place center, and where most enjoy enjoyable
able enjoyable entertainments, suppers and card
parties are given twice a week. Sat Saturday
urday Saturday evening we attended a large
party given by Mrs. Walter Lee and

Airs. Howard lee m their spacious
and beautiful home on the lake, and
met guests from Maine, New York,
Massachusetts,' Pennsylvania,. Michi Michigan
gan Michigan and Georgia. Next Monday eve evening
ning evening the .gentlemen of the club are to
entertain the members and guests
with a barge ride and supper, leaving
at 5 o'clock and taking a ride around
the lake, and then eating our supper
on the pretty beach at the north end
of the lake.
One of our most enjoyable trips
was a three days motor jaunt to Tam Tampa,
pa, Tampa, where we went recently with Wal Walter
ter Walter Lee to attend a meeting of the
Florida Citrus Exchange, of which
his company is a member. On our
way home we stopped at Orlando .to
take in the big semi-tropical fair held
in one of the prettiest cities in central
Florida, .filled at this season of the
year with hundreds of regular winter
residents as northern tourists. Real
estate has been changing hands rap rapidly
idly rapidly this winter in Eastlake, and it is
fast becoming a popular all the year
around resort. We expect to spend
our winters here, and only wish all
of our friends could enjoy the wonders
of Florida with us.
. Mrs. Henry Tamblyn.
Eastlake, Fla., March 2, 1921.

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OCA LA EVENING STAR. WEDNESDAY, MARCH 16. 1121

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CENT.

I am offering retired Columbia Records that
regularly sold for 85 cents and $1.00 each at 59 cents.
This collection contains some of tne popular
dance mnsic, scngs and Diwaiian cisslc also comic
records. Come in and make yonr selection.
I am given yon a list below of a few of the
numbers.

MRS. PEEK ENTERTAINED
HONORING HER SISTER

371 My Old Kentceky Home (Columbia Male Quartet)
Uncle Josh at Meeting of School House Directors.
2460 Calico (Fox Trot).
4 When You Come Back (One-Step).
2370 Tackia"Em Down (Van & Schenck) v
' You'll Always Find Sunshine. -k
2629 Beans, Beans, Beans (Gus Van).
I'm Too Tired to Make Love (Gus Van).
2675 Quand Madelon (French Army Band).
- Le Tram. -(French Army Band).
2690 On the Road to Calais (Al Jolson).
Never Too Late to be Sorry (Sterling Trio).
2722 Efcyptland, Fox Trot (Fuller's Rectory Nov. Orchestra).
Mummy Mine, Fox Trot (Fuller's Novelty Orchestra).
2723 Longing (Sterling Male Trio).
Lullaby Blues 5( American Quartet)
2728 Turkestan (Murray and American Quartet).
Idol (Young and Reardon).
2731 Fires of Faith Peerless Quartet).
Heart of Humanity (Charles Harrison).
2744 Friends (Sterling Trio).
I'm Going to Climb the Mountains (Campbell and Burr).
2748 You're Making a Miser of Me (Henry Burr).
Some Day You'll be Sorry (I. & J. Kaufman.)
2749 Music of Wedding Chimes (Peerless Quartet).
Dear Old Sue (Henry Burr).
2751 One and Two and Three and Four, Rock-a-Bye
Monte C ris to Jr., Fox Trot (Waldorf-Astoria Orchestra)
2754 My Little Sunshine (Charles Harrison)
How Can You Say Good-Bye (I. & J. Kaufman)
2753 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) J
2787 Who Played Poker with Pocahontas (Al Jolson)
Alexander's Band is Back (Harry Fox)
2799 Cleo, Fox Trot (Yerkes Jazarimba Orchestra)
Taxi, One Step (Waldorf-Astoria Dance Orchestra)
2817 Only, Fox Trot (Art Hickman's Orchestra)
Chinese -Lullaby (Waldorf-Astoria Dance Orchestra)
28221 Lullaby Time (Harrison and James)
Out of a Clear Sky (Henry Burr) i
2834 Temperamental. Rag (Guido-Deiro)
- Lola, One-Step (Guido Deiro)
2843 Sunny Weather Friends (Campbell & Burr)
Now I Know (Lewis James)
2845 nand in Hand Again (Campbell & Burr)
My Love Song, My Roses and You (Harrison)
2855 Slim Trombone (Columbia Band)
A Cat-Astrophe (Columbia Orchestra)
2858 Cairo, One-StepT-( 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 You (Henry Burr)
When the Harvest Moon is Shining (Lewis James)
2864 When You're Alone, Fox Trot (Paul Blese 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)
2883-Afghanistan, Fox Troi (Prince's Dance Orchestra)
Mohammed, Fox Trot-(Prince's Dance Orchestra)
2886 Sunrise and You (George Meader)
I'll Think of You When, Evening Shadows FalL
2888 Good-Night, Angelina (Peerless Quartet)
We Must Have a Song to Remember (Peerless Quartet)
2891 First Waltz (Marconi Brothers) 4
Selections from "Faust (Marconi Brothers)
2895 Bo-La-Bo (Ted Lewis' Jazz Band)
Venetian Moon, Fox Trot (Kentucky Serenaders)
2906 Oriental Stars, One-Step--(Prince's Dance Orchestra)
Bound in Morocco (Prince's Dance Orchestra)
2907 Abe Kabibble 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)
Along the Way to Damascus. Fox Trot.
2925 Prog'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)

l(l "WHY PAY MORE?"
sis .

Yesterday afternoon Mrs. E. G.
Peek entertained in honor of her sis sister,
ter, sister, Mrs. M. C. Barker, who has been
spending the winter with her. About
twenty ladies were invited, including
those who had shown the guest of
honor special courtesies during her
visit in Ocala.
The affair took the form of a porch
party, the porch being decorated with
bowls and vases of roses and wisteria.
Mrs. E. I Carney met the gueses
and presented them to the hostess and
guest of honor:
As the guests .arrived they were
served with fruit punch. The punch
take, which was presided over by Mrs.
Walter Preer, was attractively dec decorated
orated decorated with orange blossoms and fern.
Cards were enjoyed during the aft afternoon,
ernoon, afternoon, there being two tables of auc auc-tio
tio auc-tio nand two tables of rook. The score
cards were unusually pretty, they be being
ing being the work of Mrs. Barker. Sea
shells were cleverly cut in 'little birls
and squirrels, etc., and then these
were pasted on score, cards on which
had been painted appropriate scenes.
Two of each had been made and the
guests found their partners by match matching
ing matching them.
At the conclusion of the games, the
hostess, assisted by Mrs. J. D. Robert Robert-so
so Robert-so nand Mrs. E. L. Carney, served the
following dainty menu: Fruit coctail

with nuts and marischino cherries in

grapefruit cups, pressed chicken, per

fection salad, hot rolls, pickles, white
and devil's cake, ice cream topped
with vhipped cream.

Mrs. Peek is always a charming

hostess and those invited were glad
to have this opportunity of spending
a pleasant afternoon with her and of
again being with Mrs. Barker, who
will shortly return to her home.

The guests of the afternoon includ

ed, Mrs. Walter Preer, Mrs. E. L. Car Carney,
ney, Carney, Mrs. M. F. Johnson, Mrs. T. P.

Drake, Mrs. B, F. Drake of New York,

Mrs. Frederick Hocker, Mrs. William

Hocker, Mrs. J. D. Robertson, Mrs. H.
C. Dozier, Mrs. Anna Holder, Mrs.
R..L. Anderson Jr., Mrs. Jack Camp,
Mrs. J. G. Parrish, Mrs'. L. N. Green,
Mrs. W. T. Gary, Mrs. J. C. Johnson,
Mrs. E. T. Helvenston and Miss Nellie
Stevens.

A most beautiful line of materials

for Easter Frocks at FiSHEL'S., 15-tf

FELLOWSHIP

. Fellowship, March 14. This section
is needing rain. Some of our farmers
are about through planting while

others are just beginning to plant.

Mr. H. L. Shearer attended the ag agricultural
ricultural agricultural meeting in Gainesville last

Thursday and Fridays

Mrs. James Rooks and children re

turned home last week after spending

several days with her mother, Mrs.
Rosa Seckinger. Miss Minnie Seckin Seckin-ger
ger Seckin-ger returned home with Mrs. Rooks
and will be her guest for a short

while.

Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Seckinger of
Martel were guests of Mrs. Rosa
Seckinger last Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Prine are visit visiting'
ing' visiting' relatives at Lakeland and Kath

leen. V

Mr. : Clifton Richard of Ocala was
the guest of Mr. Vasco Seckinger

last Sunday. .

Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Sandifer of Ok Ok-lawaha
lawaha Ok-lawaha were guests of Mr. and Mrs.
H. J. McCully last Sunday.
Mrs. N. H. Lanier and Master
Howard returned home last week aft after
er after spending two days with her par parents.
ents. parents. Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Smith and niece,
Miss Bertie Crosby of Martel, attend attended
ed attended the B. Y. P. U. at Fellowship Sun Sunday
day Sunday evening. Come again.
Fellowship Sunday school will ob observe
serve observe the first Sunday in April as
missionary day. We hope to have a
large crowd present, as the program
will be interesting. 1

MARTIN FOR MANAGER

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FAIRFIELD

Fairfield, March 14. We are glad
to see the spring time coming, but the
farmers are badly in need of rain just
now and we are hoping the Lord will
smile on us real soon.
Miss Ludie Mae Turner of Dunnel-

lon is spending a while with her
mother. She has been real sick for

some time but we are glad she is im improving.
proving. improving. J
Mrs. J. H. Cherry of Irvine who has

been ill for some time at the home of

her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Lev Lev-erett
erett Lev-erett at this place, was taken to the

Marion County Hospital last week for

an operation. We are glad to learn

that she is getting along very welL
The stork visited the home of Mr.

and Mrs. Elizabeth Johnson a few
weeks ago and left a fine little-baby

boy.
Rev. J. R. Russell of Oklawaha filled

his regular appointment at the Bap

tist "church Sunday morning and eve evening.
ning. evening. Mrs.' M. J. Mixson happened to a
painful accident. She fell and broke

her arm.. She is getting along very

well just now.

At its last meeting the Woman's
Club drew up and endorsed a petition
to the council, asking the members
to elect Mr. John Martin city man manager.
ager. manager. The 'petition was presented to
the council Tuesday night, and was,
on motion of Mr. Goldman, filed for
information. This means that it will
be a subject of consideration in the
future.
The council, according to law, cant
put Mr. Martin in between elections,
without displacing Mr. McKenzie, and
cant displace McKenzie without mak making
ing making charges. We don't think it is possi possible
ble possible to make any charges against
"Mac," who is one of the most careful
and faithful engineers the city plant
has ever had. When the election of city
officers takes place in a few weeks,
we think the council should bow to
the evident wish of the people and
give Mr. : Martin the office. At the'
same time, we think they should re retain
tain retain Mr. McKenzie -as superintendent
of the plant, at the same salary he is
now receiving as manager, for we
doubt they can find a better man any anywhere.
where. anywhere. The petition follows:
"Whereas, Ocala has been granted
a "charter which provides for a city
manager; and, whereas the city gov government
ernment government has never operated under
said charter; and, whereas, other
towns the size of Ocala and many
cities are adopting this form of gov government
ernment government and finding it satisfactory;
therefore, the Woman's Club to peti petition
tion petition the city council to appoint a city
manager and give the plan a fair
trial."
The foregoing was unanimously
adopted by the Woman's Club at its
regular meeting March 6th, 1921.
In this connection the Woman's
Club wishes to state that the above
resolution does not in any way ques question
tion question the ability or intentions of our.
city council. It recognizes the splen splendid
did splendid service they have given to Ocala,
but also recognizes the fact that the
members are active business men who
cannot be expected to sacrifice an un undue
due undue amount of time for the city's
business.
It is a fact that in times past most
expensive mistakes have been made
that are costing the city a great deal
of money, and there is no one the tax taxpayers
payers taxpayers can hold responsible, but, if
the right sort of man were made city
manager, whose business was the
city's business, then the people would
have a right to expect and demand re results,
sults, results, and he could save the city many
times the amount of his salary.
We especially urge the considera consideration
tion consideration of this matter now, as with the
building of our new streets, involving
the expenditure of much money a
prospect we should have a man of
experience and efficiency whose whole
time should be devoted to the city's
business and whom the people could
hold responsible for a careful and eco economical
nomical economical and wise expenditure of their
money.
This resolution was presented o
the city council accompanied by a pe

tition which read as follows:

"Believing, as set forth in the reso

lutions adopted by the Woman's Club,

that the city should function under
its charter providing for a city man manager,
ager, manager, and inasmuch as Mr. John M.
Martin as street supervisor has proven

himself both interested and efficieni

and has made many much needed per permanent
manent permanent improvements during the
short time he has been in charge, and

believing that he will give the city

affairs an able, conscientious and eco economical
nomical economical management, we the under

signed hereby petition the city coun

cil to appoint Mr. John MMartin city

manager."

This petition was signed by the

women present at the club meeting
and others who are large taxpayers.

Those new HATS are still arriving.

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PHONE 195 OR S32

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Wow Fancy Groceries Are
HAVING THEIR DAY
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Capt. Edward Drake Is associated
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phate Phosphate Mine and Plant Department.
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OCALA, FLORIDA

W. K. Laae, IL D, physidaa aad
surgeon, cpedaEst eye, ear, nose aad
throat. OSce oyer 5 and 10 cent store.
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Dont fail to visit the Guarastee
Gothing &. Shoe Company, Every Everything
thing Everything we sell is guaranteed. We're
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and believe our
PRICES ARE RIGHT

Best Patent Self Rising Flour
24 pound bags ........ $1.59
Best Patent Self Rising Flour
12 pound bags ..... v.. .83
Pillsbury's Best XXXX Flour
24 pound bags...... 1.79
Pillsbury's Best XXXX Flour
12 pound bags :. .92
No. 10 Pali Snowdrift Lard U8
No. 10 Pail Cottoline . i.48
Irish Potatoes, Per Peek....... .43
Wesson Cooking Oil, 1 Quart Can . .59
Wesson Cooking Oil, 1 Pint Cans ... .31
Cora Flakes, Per Package ......... .11
Post Toastles, 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 Karo, Per Can .14
5 lb. Can White Karo .49
White Bacon, Per Pound r ...... .19
Compound Lard, Per Pound .. .14

.IITIGIO

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

OWE HIICES

If you have any society items for
the Star, please call five-one.

Party caps at THE BOOK SHOP.
Sentilla the mild cigar. 10-m

Miss Eunice Green has accepted a
position at Frank's store.

Mrs. Sidney Quaig of Anthony was
a shopper in Ocala today.
There's no extra charge for clean clean-ng
ng clean-ng your fish at the city fish market.
Phone 158. tf

If you want the best in tifes, buy
the Hood. Kumbak Service Station. Ct

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THE ROOF DOCTOR
STOPS ALL LEAKS, OR NO PAY
After we have repaired your roof, we will allow you 90
days trial before we1 accept your money.
Should your roof leak in Eve years, after we repair it, we
' will repair same FREE.
To make money and remain in business, we must stop al
present leaks and prevent future leaks. Care Star Office

, Bring us that old tire, and well

prove that vulcanizing pays. Kumbak

Service Station. 12-t6

Mrs. T. A. Quinn of St. Petersburg,
who has been a guest of the. Florida
House for the past week, left today

for Lake City.

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

The "Variety" is a new package of
Norris Candies on sale here. Sixteen
varieties in each package. The Court
Pharmacy. Phone 284. 9-6t

Mr. and Mrs. P. A. Durand and Mr.
and Mrs. B. L. Hooks returned yes yesterday
terday yesterday from the gulf, where they
spent several days.

, You can always get fresh or salt
water fish, oysters, shrimp, etc, at
the City Fish Market on Fort King
avenue. Phone 58. tf
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Girl wanted at Music Store. 10-tf

Delectable display of -Spring Fab Fabrics
rics Fabrics for your Easter Dresses at
FISHEL'S. 15-tf

Mrs. Jennie Blocker, who has been
residing on North Main street, is
moving today into the Packham cot cottage
tage cottage on Wenona street.

TIfc Prices Seduced
DIAMOND Non-Skid, 30x3. G7 AA
old price $20 00, now.... $li.vU
DIAMOND Plain, 30x3, &4 C AA
old price $17.60, now. ... $1MIV
6,000 Mile Guarantee
FEDERAL, FISK AND DIAMOND TUBES -NEW
PRICESOverhauling Ford motor $16.
- Overhauling Ford rear end, $5 for time.
Grinding Ford valves, $3.
DIXIE GARAGE
JAS.jENGESSER, Proprietor
Phone 258 West Broadway

PG3ICE LOST
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Meal and Grits .....7 lbs, 25c; 15 lbs, 50c
Whole Rice .10 lbs, $1.00
Blue Rose Rice ....3 lbs, 25c, 6 K lbs, 50c, 15 lbs, $i.00
No. 2 Tomatoes .2 for 25c, 3' for 35c, 6 for 65c
,Lard Compound .J .. per pound, 15c
' Pure Lard (bulk) .1 lb, 25c2 lbs, 45c, 5 lbs, $1.00
Argo Starch, Octagon Soap, P. & G. Soap. .3 for 25c, 1 dozen for 95c
Irish Potatoes 7. per peck, 50c
Sugar Cane Syrup, drawn from barrel, qt, 25c, JjGaL, 45c, 1 GaL, 85c
Sealed Sugar Cane Syrup qt. cans 40c, t 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
made
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 ocoa. . . ..half pound 30 cents, two for 55 cents
Armour's Fertilizer and. all kinds of feed.'
.
" We do not undercharge on one item and overcharge on another,
but make each thing carry its own profit. Can it be fair any other
way? Our delivery service is for you to use; it does not cost you
any more if you order amounts to $1.00 or more
FARMERS' EXCHANGE STORE

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Merchants Block

Phone 163

Sentilla Cigars sold everywhere, ra
Sentilla Cigars will suit your taste.

New prices on Stationery at THE

BOOK SHOP. 15-3t

A new lot of Powder Puffs just In

at Gerig's Drug Store. tf

Dr. and Mrs. B. F. Drake and little

daughter of New Rochelle, N. Y,, ar

rived in Ocala yesterday and are the
guests of Mr. and Mrs. T. P. Drake.

Suffered For Fourteen Tears
Richwood. TV. Vs. "Before the u?w
Of Dr. Pierce medicines I could

hardly wilk
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after takic?
Dr. Pierre
Favorite
and Dr.
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Srr&ZSAU Discovery.

lose uer
with the Pleasant Pallets. I can work
all day and never get tired." MRS.
MAGGIE PERKI.N3. 122 Rirersida
Drive.
All druggists sell Favorite Pra
acription and Medical Discovery.

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Mrs. E. G. Peek, lier father, Mr.
Hobbs of Virginia, her sister, Mrs.
Barker and Mrs. J. D. Robertson are
enjoying the beauties of Silver
Springs today, taking the boat trip

down the Oklawaha river.

New hats for the Easter season are
arriving every day. Come in and
make your selection. Style Hat
Shop. 16-6t

Surely you must see our newest
Fancy Dress Hats. FISHEL'S.. 15-tf

Easter cards at THE BOOK SHOP.

Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Van Horn of
Rivers .Junction, Mich who have
been spending the winter in Ocala, ex expect
pect expect to leave tomorrow for their home.
They are delighted with Florida, espe especially
cially especially Ocala and the friends they
have made will be glad to know that
they expect to return to Ocala next
winter.

Extra nice strawberries just arrived
at Quality Fruit Store. Phone 218.

Don't fail to visit the Guarantee
Clothing & Shoe Company. Every Everything
thing Everything we sell is guaranteed. We're

fighting for QUALITY not prices, tf

The Eastern Star sewing circle
met at the Masonic hall Tuesday aft afternoon.
ernoon. afternoon. The ladies sewed and plan planned
ned planned other work and spent an enjoy enjoyable
able enjoyable afternoon. Mrs. Geo. F. Young
of the Dade City chapter and Mrs.
Annie Aikins were guests for the aft afternoon.
ernoon. afternoon. Sandwiches, home made
cakes and ice tea were served by the
hostesses, Mrs. Carrie . Richey and
Mrs. H. S. Wesson.

Some new Victor records at THE
BOOK SHOP. 15-3t

Scooters, 60 cents each while they
last. Court Pharmacy. 16-6t

For proper auto lubrication use Sin Sinclair
clair Sinclair Oils. Kumbak Service Station. 6t

"Volland'? Easter cards at THE
BOOK SHOP. 15-3t

Scooters, ,60 cents each while they
last. Court Pharmacy. 16-6t

Nux and Iron Tablets will tone up
the sytsem and give you strength.
ottles of 100' at one dollar .each at
Gerig's Drug Store. tf

STORAGE BATTERIES

New storage batteries, while they
laft, $32.50. They are all first class.
12-3t B, F: CONDON.

'CLASSIFIED
WANTED. LOST, FOUND? F02
i SALE. FOR RENT AND SIM SIM-i
i SIM-i ILAR LOCAL NEEDS

Greet them at
Easter
with a Greet Greeting
ing Greeting of you
Tour
Photograph
the
Blake Studio
Over Helvenston's)

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Rates: Six lines, maxlaam, one time,
. 25c; three times. 50c; six times, 75c;
one month, $3. Payable in advance.
WOOD Giles Wood Yard. Seasoned
oak or pine wood for either stove or
'fireplace, $ and $2 per load. Yard
corner SouUj Main and Third Sts.
, Phone 112. 2-22-tf:
1 FOR SALE Twenty .million Living Living-!
! Living-! j ston Globe tomato plants at $2 per
1 1000. Livingston true blue seed. Ia

5000 lots or more, $1.50 per 1000.
Ruby King Peppers $2.00 per 1300.
Waurhula Plant Farm, Wauchula
Fla. 3-1-lm

FOR SALE Blight proof tomato
plants, 20c. per hundred, $1.25 pet
1000. C. H. Cooner, Ocala. Fla,
Phone 389. ll-StlC,

i TOMATO PLANTS By the 100, 23
j cents; 1000, $1.25. Call at 702 JL.

4th St. R. N. Dosh. 10-4t

Auto Repairing!
. ALL CARS
CYLINDERS RE-BORED AND
WELDING
JFFICIENT WORKMEN.
PROMPT SERVICE
REASONABLE CHARGES
GEO. J. WILLIAMS
Formerly Carroll Motor Company
' Garage, Osceola St.

PHONE 597 Nizht 408

FOR SALE CHEAP One gentle
horse, top buggy and harness; alto
one saddle; pony used to children.
Enquire for Mr. Haseman at Farm
ers Exchange, No. Ill Magnolia
street. 10-t

Ceo. Hay I Co.
Funeral Directors
and Emb aimers
Two. Licensed Embalmers
Motor Funeral Cars
Private Morgue and Chapel
, Day Phone 47
Night Phone 51S
. G. B. Overton, Manager

ih Where a delicate organ
sS like the eye is concerned

X.

S.CV 'on a advisable.
'-wtV Consult
DR. K. J. WEIHE,
Optometrist and Optician
Eyesight Specialist

' LIFE

FIRE

Among the out of town shoppers in
the city today were Mr. and Mrs. J.
H.. Williams and Mr. Cecil Williams
of Reddick, and Miss Clara Ledbetter
of Belleview. '

St. Patrick decorations at THE
BOOK SHOP. 15-3t

Studebaker 7-passenger car, good
tires and in good repair. Make us a
price. Spencer-Pedrjck Motor Co. 16tf

We wash cars and guarantee the
best job in town at reasonable prices.
Kumbak Service Station. 12-6t

Mrs. I. D. Matchett, who has been
teachers near Williston. is visiting
her sister, Mrs.;J. F. Meadows of
Ocala for a few days before returning
to her home in Citra.

"Quality Cards' for Easter at THE
BOOK SHOP. 15-3t

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
yoa want. Time for dinner 11 a. m. to
2:30 p. m. Owned and operated by
Americans. tf

Mrand Mrs. A. L. Monroe of Mon Monroe,
roe, Monroe, N. C, are guests of Mr. and Mrs.
H. S. Minshall. Mr. and Mrs. Monroe

are on their way to St. Petersburg
land stopped in Ocala for a few days.

Smoke Sentilla. Best 10c cigar, m

RAILROAD SCHEDULES

A. E. GERIG

' Arrival and departure of passenger
rains at OCALA UNION STATION.
The following schedule figures pub pub-ished
ished pub-ished as information and not guar-
'(Eastern Standard Time)
SEABOARD AIR LINE RAILROAD
- Arrive

2:20 am Jacksonvilie-N'York 2:10 am

:55 pm Jacksonville 1:30 pm

4:05 pm Jacksonville 4:35 pm

2:15 am Tampa-

Manatee-st retrsorg 4:uopm
2:15 am Tampa 2:15 am
1:50 pm Tampa-Manatee 1:35 pm
4:05 pm Tampa-SL Petrsbrg 4:05 pm
ATLANTIC COAST LINE R. R.
1 mvm Arrive

2:12 pm Jacksonvilie-N'York 2:48 am

:45 pm J ksonville-uainsvine pm
:42 am Jksonville-Gansville 10:13 pm
!i4m St; Pptshrtr-Ikpland 2:12 am

3:35 pm StPetsbrg-Lakeland 1:25 pm

:10 am 'Uunneuon-wucox
:25 am Dunellon-Lkeland 11:03 pm
:25 pm Homosassa 1:30 pm
0:15 pm Leesburg 6:42 am
:45 pm Gainesville 11:50 am
Monday, Wednesday, Friday.
Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday.

FACT

Come, come, let us show you our

beautiful Spring Goods. FISHEL'S. tf
Baby Overland in good condition;
good tires, top and paint. Terms.
Spencer-Pedrick Motor Co. 16-tf
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j : Scooters, 60 cents each while they
'last. Court Pharmacy. 16t

Evidence that can be verified.

Fact is what we want.
'Opinion is not enough.
Opinions differ.
Here's an Ocala fact.
You can test it.
V. Mrasek, tinner, 210 Osceola St,
says: ""When living in Memphis, Tcsul,
a number of years ago, I was suffer suffer-i'tiit
i'tiit suffer-i'tiit witJi a had back and weak kid-

ineys. My kidneys acted too frequent

ly and the secretions sppeaxea un unnatural.
natural. unnatural. My back grew more painful
Pt-vrv dav anH I could hardly do any

lifting or stooping. I felt weak aad

depressed until someone auvii me

to try uoan s luaney ruis. a ro sv
hnT nf this medicine and it helned me

in a few days and soon, cured me en

tirely oi tnis trouDie."
Price 60c4 at all dealers. Dont
simply ask for a kidney remedy get
Doan's Kidney Pilli-he same that
Mr. Mrasek had. Foster-Milburn Co,
Mfrs, Buffalo, N. Y. Adv. 8

INSURANCE
Ocala. Florida

ACCIDENT AUTOMOBILE

DAMNS' filARKET
Phone 519
111 W. Broadway

Make your home more attractive by
having your spotted mirrors re re-silvered.
silvered. re-silvered. Auto headlights re-nickeled.
All kinds of Electro Plating.
Ocala lUrror and Mating Works
Yonge Block, Ft. King Ave. Phone 504

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, i io-et? $

LOST Pearl ring and lavalier. Were

wrapped in tissue paper. Reward
for return to Harrington : Hat!
Cafe. 12-Stt

FOR SALE A good all purpose

horse for sale. Good saddler, driver
and worker. Will trade for gcJ
Ford car. Call at this office. 12-Si

FOR RENT Furnished apartment

at 1129 Fort King avenue. Fhontf
207Y. 14-6t

WANTED An energetic woman to

carry on we iviuuone corset wo Tic
in Ocala and vicinity. Mrs. T. A.
Quinn, Florida House. 14-3t .'

FOR RENT Furnished light house-
keeping apartments. Apply at 23J
Oklawaha avenue. 15-3t'

FOR SALE One Maxwell 1920 1H 1H-ton
ton 1H-ton truck, used for light work abo$
four months. Bargain. Also one
Peacock. Nathan Mayo, Summer Summer-field,
field, Summer-field, Fla. V 15-tf

AGENTS WTANTED I want live men

to handle the greatest invention of
the age; can make $500 a month or
over. Call at' No. 113 S. Magnolia
street and be convinced. l5-t

FOR SALE Tomato plants, 15 cents
per 100; 100,000 improved Porto
- Rico sweet potato slips ready to
plant now, JL50 per 1000. Send
orders to C. Y. Miller, 124 South
Tenth SL, Ocala, Fla. 15-tf

FOR SALE 50 Rhode Island Red and
Buff Orpington pullets. Also one
pet goat. Apply phone 373, or E.
S. .Huson, Ocala. l6-3t

FOR SALE Pure bred S. a White y
Leghorn eggs for setting, also S.
R. I. eggs, $1.50 for 15. Free deliv delivery
ery delivery anywhere in city.' Call phone
446. 16-St

LOST Kentucky auto license num number,
ber, number, 160,769. One dollar reward
for return to Murphy's garage. 3t

Nunnally's and Liggett'a Candies
educed to ONE DOLLAR the pound,
it Gerig's Drug Store. tf -4

NEEDMr.l MOTOR CO.
General Auto Repairing
and Storage
Gasoline, Oils and Grease
USED CARS FOR SALE
Cars Washed S1.00
Cars Polished .50
Oklawaha Ave. & Orange St
Phone 252

L. ALEXANDER
PRACTICAL CONTRACTOR AND
BUILDER
. Careful estimates made on all con contract
tract contract work. Gives more and better
work fir the money than any other
conxraeior in the city. '

STOMACH TfflJlIDUES

Indiisa Lad Ihi Scrrttilr j US
Indigestioa U&t3 SLa Tcs!?.
Bkck-DrtajU, Tlsa
Got An ZlfJL

Seymour, Ind. "Some time est 1
bad a sick spell, something like ta -gettlon."
writes "Mrs. Clara Peacock, sJ i
Koote 6. this place. "1 would get rery
s!ck at the stomach, and spit er Toai
es'veclally ln the mornings. ".
' Then I began the use of Tfce&fsrf
l.cK-Uraaghc. after I had tried eiiT.
medlclces. The Black-Draught re relieved
lieved relieved me more than anything t&at 1 1-to.ak.
to.ak. 1-to.ak. snd I got all rlghL
"I haven't found anything hetUr
than Black-Draught when sufftrti
from trouble caused by constlsaUsa. i
It is -easy and sure. Can be takes la
rmU dases or large as the case eaCs
tor."
'Vhen you have sick ttomaca, txtir 1
ret ton, headache, constipation, r
-ther disagreeable symptonu, Ui
Llack-Draught to haln keep year ;
system free from poison.
Thedford's Black-Draught Is ssali
from purely regetable tngre!enta ;
acts In a gentle, natural way, aad fc&s
no bad after-effects. It may he xUj.

taken by young er eld.
Get a naekare of BlaefcrDrssxM

Say. Insist on the genuine. Tht&lsrg'a.'
At your dregglsfa, 2Cfi



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