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Title:
The Ocala evening star
Uniform Title:
Ocala Evening Star
Alternate Title:
Evening star
Star
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v. : ; 61 cm.
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English
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Porter & Harding
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Ocala, Fla.
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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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EVENING

OCaLA

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TEMPERATURE
This morning, 66.
This afternoon, 84.
WEATHER FORECAST
Partly cloudy tonight
and Friday. No changs
in temperature.
VOL 27
OCALA, FLORIDA, THURSDAY," MARCH 17. 1921
SO. .64

Dili had sra
CASES OF DOOZE
Millionaire front New York Causes
Excitement in Miami by Excess
of Moisture

PnOPEfl OECISIOI!
STATE DUPED
THE WHITE
IDT IS on
- AT AI11E
IWOADS JUST
FDEIICII A! TIIS
IF THE HUT
IISETIIEID HATES
DEIIEl'l Mill

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Stands by Refusal of Army and Nary
. to Participate in a Sinn
Fein Celebration

(Associated Press
Washington, March 17. Action of
army and navy officers in refusing: to
permit American' troops to participate
in the evacuation day parade at Bos Boston,
ton, Boston, of which Irish freedom advocates
are in charge, was formally approved
today, by President Harding, after a
conference with Secretaries Hughes
and Weeks.
THIS LOOKS BAD
t Associated Preaa) : ',
.Washington, March 17. President
Harding has asked Attorney General
Dougherty to review the case of Eu Eugene
gene Eugene V. Debs, now in the Atlanta
penitentiary.
GETTING UP AND
REARING TO GO
Workers in the Packing Plants Want
to Lay Off and Rest
Awhile
(Associated Press)
Chicago, March 17. Reports of the
strike vote taken in the middle west
branches of the five big packing com companies
panies companies ; continued to arrive today at
union headquarters here. It is un understood
derstood understood the returns indicated a large
majority in favor of a strike.
TAMMANY TIGER INVADES.
HIGH SOCIAL CIRCLES
(Associated Press)
New York, March 15.- Since John
Barleycorn was technically laid to
rest and women began to vote, the
Tammany Hall tiger that pictures picturesque
que picturesque animal proverbial in New York
politics for more than a century -is
, cultivating a thirst for soda water
and tea, studying books of etiquette
and venturing out to the dansants and
card parties.
v. Whether he will take naturally to
these changed conditions or not only
time will tell., His sponsors today ad
mit he is still awkward with the tea
cup aad that unconsciously he some
times reminiscently blows the foam
from ice cream sodas, but they bank
on the mythical feline's reputation at
adaptability.
In the olden days, of course, the
tiger's element was the saloon. Here
he met his companions in a' free and
easy manner, entered into their con
viviality and managed to scatter po political
litical political seeds oh fallow ground. He
' knew them as "Joe" or "Tim' 'or other
appellations of intimacy. If one of
the number needed a job, the tiger or
his emissaries found him one. v If his
wife died, flowers were sent. If any anyone
one anyone was in distress of whatever na nature,
ture, nature, relief was always forthcoming.
. For many years Tammany claimed
the reputation of being the, greatest
charitable institution in the world.
But now things have changed. The
. tiger's friends find no interest in the
old haunts, now that only Volstead
prescriptions are served. Bereft of
his vote-getting elixir, and mindful
that the electorate contains an ele element
ment element that requires more delicate
courtship, the tiger must become com companionable
panionable companionable as well as generous.
- For the past few months, Charles
F. Murphy, the tiger's chief trainer
in the new ways of political organiza-
' tion, has equipped his charge with all
the social accoutrements, including
equipment for athletic clubs, refresh-
. ments for afternoon 'teas and other
necessary paraphernalia designed to
keep the old organization in function-
' ing order. v :: :;' ;V '".-r V
, The bulletin boards in the main
headquarters in Fourteenth street are
generally covered with placards an announcing
nouncing announcing amateur athletic events,
dances and other functions. Club
rooms are being fitted up in the hope
of attracting women's organizations
to hold', sessions there. Believers in
' the tiger's versatility ; are confident
that he may yet become an attractive
Beau BrummeL and that the Tam Tammany
many Tammany organization will continue to be
a force in things political.
Party caps at THE BOOK SHOP.
SUGAR SATURDAY AND MONDAY

12 pounds of sugar for one dollar,
with a dollar's worth of other groc groceries
eries groceries for dash, Saturday and Monday
only. Phone 377.
tf H. B. WIHTTINGTON.

Chick Gandil Seems to be the Only
Baseball Criminal Left
at "Chicago

(Associated Press)
Chicago, March 17 The state to today
day today dropped the cases against White
Sox players indicted for alleged
throwing of the World Series, except
Chick Gandil. After the court refus refused
ed refused to grant more than sixty days con continuance,
tinuance, continuance, the state demanded six
months to gather new evidence. The
court then ordered the cases of Gan Gandil,
dil, Gandil, Hal Chase and others charged with
being those who arranged the alleged
conspiracy, stricken off the court rolL
The state's attorney announced he
would seek new evidence andjiew in indictments.
dictments. indictments. BARRINEAU-SUMNER
Wednesday afternoon,, just after 3
o'clock, two of Ocala's highly esteem
ed people became husband and wife.
They were P. W. Barrineau and Miss
Nora Sumner, the marriage ceremony
being read by Dr. Charles L. Collins,
pastor v of the First Baptist church.
The Baptist parsonage was the scene
of the wedding which was witnessed
by Mrs. W. H. Porter and Miss Mattie
Barrineau. The best wishes of a
multitude of friends will accompany
this couple on their journey through
life. r
DR. GUNSAULUS
(Associated Press)
Chicago, March 17, Dr. Frank W.
Gunsaulus, a noted educator and writ
er and president of the Armour Insti
tute of Technology here since 1892,
died suddenly today.
NOTICE, CLUB MEMBERS
The reciprocity meeting of the
Woman's Club will be held at the club
house Saturday, March 19, at three
o'clock. All members are urged to
attend. Louise Harris Clark,
; Recording Secretary.
BURBANK
Burbank, March 15. Mr. and Mrs.
R. F. Bogue have returned from Kis-
simmee where they have been visiting
relatives and wfll make a short visit
with Mr. Bogue's brother, Mr. W. C
Bogue before returning to their home
in Chicago. ;
Mrs. Sarah Tourtellot spent the
week-end in Ocala.
Mrs. William Streper of Atlantic
City, N. J., and daughter, Mrs. Robert
Ryerson of Cuba were the guests of
Mrs. Sarah Tourtellot the past week
and left Saturday for the former's
home.
The tennis court which jwas. recent recently
ly recently built by Carl Summerville, is at attracting
tracting attracting much interest and is being
enjoyed by all of the young people of
the community.
Mrs. John Holm an of Anthony
spent Saturday and Sunday with Mrs.
I. H. Warner.
Mr. and Mrs. II. I. Turner and sons,
Hubert and Vernon and Mrs." V. H.
Turner were spend the day guests of
Mr. and Mrs. M..C. Dunnuck Sunday.
.The services held Sunday in our
church by the pastor. Rev. Mann were
exceptionally well attended and found
very interesting. V '
Mr. H. I. Turner has been making
things happen the past week on the
farm of V. H. Turner & Sons, by the
use of their new Moline tractor. '. She
sure does the work.
See the H. S. girls'
the Temple tonight.
vaudeville at
. It
Meet me at the American Cafe,
Union Station, Ocala, for a regular
dinner family style. Best dinner in
the state for 75c. Eat and drink all
you want Time for dinner 11 a. m. to
2:30 p. m. Owned and operated by
Americans. tf
CHIROPRACTIC
A safe and sure way to get well and
stay well. DR. KIPLINGER,
17-3t Ocala House.
OCALA LODGE No. 288, B. P. a E.
Ocala Lodge No. 286. Benevolent
and Protective Order of Elks, meets
the second and fourth Tuesday eve
nings of each month. Visiting breth
ren always welcome. Lodge rooms
upstairs over Troxler's and the Book

jhop, 113 Mam street
C. Y. Miller. E. R.

Judge .Rules that Lawyers for De

fense Must Talk to Save Their
Client from the thair
(Associated Press)
Arkmore, Okla., March 17-The
effort of the defense to waive the right
of argument and have the case of
Clara Hamon for the murder of Jake
Hamon go immediately to the jury
was ruled out by Judge Champion this
morning and the defense counsel be
gan their plea for acquittal of the
defendant
All APOLOGY
By
the Baseball Editor to Those of
the Star's Readers Who Can't
Understand a Joke
In yesterday's Star I made some
joking remarks about -Jake Goldman
and last year's baseball money. Be Before
fore Before taking that article over to the
Star office, Jake read it and approved
of it, knowing that it was a joke. It
appears that some of his friends have
become highly incensed and think
that Jake should resent the remarks
against him. Jake and I talked it
over this morning and have agreed
that we had better write this correc
tion in order that everybody may un
derstand the spirit in which it was
written. : People who were connected
with last year's team know that Jake
not only made no money as manager
but it is an actual fact that Jake gave
the team all its equipment at cost to
him. Jake also gave his money .and
time towards giving Ocala a good
team last year. My article yesterday
was supposed to be sarcasm directed
towards those few in Ocala who are
misguided enough to believe and say
that Jake made money out of last
year's team. I am sorry' that I wasnt
capabel of making the irony self-
evident
New Subscribers
Fred Cook .... . ....... .. .$ 10.00
R. G. Rose 5.00
P. Murphy 10.00
Bitting & Phillips
L. R. Hampton ...
E. Clayton .
Marion E. Bray .
N. U. Kindt
M. W. Lloyd .....
10.00
5.00
5.00
2.00
2.00
5.01
$ 54.00
Previously announced ......1443.00
$1497.00
L. T..I.
- New Easter goods arriving
Parker & Guynn.
daily.
17-6t
New prices on all sterling
silver
goods at THE BOOK SHOP.
15-3t
' For uniform mileage buy Miller
ires at the Kumbak Service Station.
1917 Ford touring car in good con
dition. Spencer-Pedrick Motor Co. tf
Just arrived, a full line of bathing
caps, fancy and plain, at The Court
Pharmacy. 16-4t
Did you know you could get a pair
of all-wool blue serge TROUSERS at
FISHEL'S for $5.95? 3-3t
Don't fail to visit the Guarantee
Clothing & Shoe Company. Every
hmg we sell is guaranteed. We're
ghting for QUALITY not prices, tf
Get your candy at the old price of
one dollar per pound at Gerig's Drug
Store. Nunnally's and Liraett's. tf
To the many people who inquired
for EVERWEAR HOSIERY at reduc reduced
ed reduced prices, beg to say we just received
a new shipment of this standard guar
anteed hosiery in Very Thine st
Weights. FISHEL'S. 12-tf
HIS PETITION
"Lord, don't 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 write
The Roof Doctor, and let him stop all
present leaks and prevent future
leaks. Ninety days trial before we
accept your money. Should your roof
leak in five years, after I repair ft, I
will repair it free. The Roof Doctor,

care Evening Star. 15-3t

(Associated Press)
Miami, March 17. The discovery

of sixty cases of liquor in the private
car of Harry S. Black, of New York,
at Cocoanut Grove, resulted today in
the arrest of the capitalist
WAS MATHESON JEALOUS
The warrant was sworn out by
Hugh Matheson, millionaire mayor of
Cocoanut Grove. Black posted, a
$1500 cash bond for his appearance in
court tomorrow.
BRELLINGER WANTS THE CAR
The private car is valued at $100, $100,-000.
000. $100,-000. Federal Prohibition Commis Commissioner
sioner Commissioner Brellinger said he would de demand
mand demand its confiscation by the govern government
ment government SPARKS HAS SKIPPED
' (Associated Press)
Gainesville, March 17. Edwin fc.
Sparks, president of the Pennsylvania
State College, who has been conduct conducting
ing conducting classes and giving lectures ,thru ,thru-out
out ,thru-out the state the last few months for
the general extension division of the
University of Florida, has completed
his work and left today for Philadel Philadelphia.
phia. Philadelphia.
SWAPPING JUDGES
OF THE CIRCUITS
(Associated Press)
Tallahassee, March 17. Governor
Hardee has ordered Judge White-
hurst of the twelfth circuit, to preside
over the sixth circuit court, in Pasco
county, April 5th term on account of
the disqualification of Judge Reeves
in a case removed from Polk to Pasco
county on a change of. venue. Judge
Reeves has been assigned to the
twelfth circuit court, Lee county, be
ginning April 12th.
ENCIL PUSHERS ON A
SEMI-TROPICAL PICNIC
(Associated Press)
Bartow, March 17. The National
Editorial Association members began
a two days' tour of Polk county today,
their itinerary including every point
of interest in the territory. They will
visit Orlando and Orange county Sat
urday. ..
BOND SAWMILL BURNED
Immense Loss Only Partly Covered
by Insurance ...
(Associated Press)
DeLand, March 17. The sawmill
and dry kiln of the E. W. Bond Co., at
Lake Helen, was destroyed last night
by fire of undetermined origin. The
loss is about $150,000, which is prac practically
tically practically covered by insurance. The
plant will be rebuilt immediately.
Three hundred and fifty men are out
of work as a result of the fire.
LABELLE KNOCKED OUT
THE NEW COUNTY
(Associated Press)
Fort Myers. March 17. The pro
posal to cede fifteen townships in Lee
county to form the new county of
Glade has ended. The LaBelle dele
gation to the county meeting here suc succeeded
ceeded succeeded in having adopted a resolution
expressing unalterable opposition.
"
MEXICAN STRIKE HAS MIZZLED
(Associated Press).
Mexico City, March 16. The strike
on Mexican railways which began the
middle of February was settled today.
GREAT BRITAIN APPROVES
OF COL. GEORGE HARVEY
(Associated Press)
London, March 16V The British
government today formally approved
of the appointment of Colonel George
Harvey as United States ambassador
to Great Britain.
CHEAP VALUATION ON
LIFE IN CHICAGO
Chicago, March 16 Five hundred
dollars was the price paid for killing
Paul Labriola and Harry Raymond,
two victims of the nineteenth ward
feud, the police announced today they
were informed by persons who over overhead
head overhead the conversation held with two
men arrested yesterday as suspects.

a Florida to Interstate Commerce

Commission Level by 25th
of April
(Associated Press)
Washington, March 17. Florida
railroads have been ordered by the
nterstate Commerce Commission to
raise state rates to the level of the
interstate tariff effective April 25th.
was held that rates charged on
state traffic in Florida resulted is un
due preference to shippers of state
traffic and in unjust discrimination
against interstate commerce.
Passenger rates were referred to in
the title of the case but it developed
at the hearing that no question was'
presented with respect to them..
The commission said in rendering
its ruling that the state commission's
ruling August 18th last year, abro abrogated
gated abrogated ail changes by the director-
general in rates, rules, regulations and
classifications, except for a 25 per
cent increase.
OUR STATE HAS NO SHOW
The commission added it found
nothing to justify lower charges for
short haul traffic in Florida than else
where.. The record showed that the
lorida commissioners in the past had
recognized that transportation condi conditions
tions conditions justify a relatively higher rate
evel in Florida than elsewhere in the
South.
ECLECTIC ASSOCIATION
The State Eclectic Medical Asso
ciation met here yesterday in the
courthouse, with representatives from
all parts of the state. The association,
which has a membership of 165, dis
cussed a number of questions of vital
importance, and steps were taken to
urther the interests of all eclectics
in Florida.
A number of interesting papers
were presented and discussed, among
them: "The Treatment of Sleeping
Sickness," Dr. S. S. Sisson, Jackson
ville; "Carcenoma and Its Treatment
Surgically and, Its Complications,'
Dr. B. A. Chapman, Jacksonville:
The Care, Prevention and Treatment
of Acidosis in Children,' Dr. Daily;
discussed by Dr. E.T. Carefoot, Jack
sonville; "Diseases of the Gall Blad Bladder,
der, Bladder, Dr. J. T. Stewart, Miami; dis
cussed by Dr. Charles Dyers, Mac-
denny; "Gastric Ulcers, Dr. Violet
Middlebrooks, St Petersburg; dis discussed
cussed discussed by Dr. J. A. MacDonald: "Am-
bulitory Typhoid," Dr. D. E. Saxton,
Tampa; discussed by Dr. E. C. Aurin,
brt Ogden; Parenchymatous Ne
phrotic" Dr. H. H. Humphreys, Jack
sonville.
The association will be represented
at the meeting of the National Eclec
tic organization in Colorado Springs
in June. The meeting yesterday
went on record as condemning all un
ethical advertising of any system or
school of medicine. The association
adjourned at 5 o'clock to meet this
morning at the Mason hotel, Jackson Jacksonville.
ville. Jacksonville. :
SUGAR SATURDAY AND MONDAY
12 pounds of sugar for one dollar,
with a dollar's worth of other groc groceries
eries groceries for cash, Saturday and Monday
only. Phone 377.
tf H. B. WHITTINGTON.
Judge Futch had before him this
morning, on tnree different cnarges,
all relating to moonshine, a colored
man named Darine, from near Dun Dun-nellon.
nellon. Dun-nellon. The judge gave him two
months on the first charge and $100
and costs on the other two. The
chances of Darine's working any more
this year for anybody but the county
seem very remote. v
Jazzy songs, lively dancing, pretty
girls H. S.-girls' vaudeville at the
Temple tonight It
Tulula Lodge No. 22, L O. O. F,
has been bringing along a fine class
of members, and all attained the third
degree Tuesday evening, namely: L.
K. Braddock. W. R. Pedrick. J. B.
Christie, B.- E. Turner. R. A. Whit Whit-tier,
tier, Whit-tier, a E. Tubbs, R. M. Hendry and
Frank Churchill. ; Also the following
from Inverness: W. T. Taylor, I E.
Phillips and C E. Connor.
Fresh tomatoes and strawberries at
the Quality Fruit Store. It
Come, come, let us show yon our
beautiful Spring Goods. FISHEL'S. tf

Scrapping Again in Gilicia Uprisi&g

Against Bokheriki Reported in
Central Asia
(Associated Press)
Constantinople, March 17. French
and Turkish forces in Gilicia are en engaged
gaged engaged in renewed fighting. Further
uprisings against the bolsheviki in
Kuban, Terek and Daghestan are re reported.
ported. reported.
! POLES, UKRAINIANS AND
RUSSIANS MAKE PEACE
, (Associated Press)
Warsaw, March 17- Polish, Rus Russian
sian Russian and Ukrainian delegates will
sign a treaty between soviet Russia
and Poland Friday night, it is official officially
ly officially announced here.
BOLSHEVIKI HAVE 5
OPENED THEIR BATTERIES
Karelian. Headland Shelling the Fort Fortress
ress Fortress of Kronstadt
(Associated Press) -Copenhagen,
March 17- The bol bolshevik
shevik bolshevik batteries on the Karelian head headland
land headland opened a strong fire against
Kronstadt yesterday, says a Helsing Helsing-fors
fors Helsing-fors dispatch. r
STREETS OF DUBLIN
ARE NOT SANITARY
People Out in Them Liable to Die of
Lead Poisoning
(Associated Press j
Dublin, March 17 Several serious
shooting affrays occurred in this city
last night and a number of persons
were injured in encounters between
the miliary forces, police and civil
ians. A bomb was thrown at a motor
truck containing soldiers. The sol
diers fired and wounded two persons.
Another truck was bombed and fired
upon from the windows of houses and
three civilians were injured when a
bomb exploded in another street
Three persons were wounded daring
a melee near the Ship street barracks.
IT HAS BEEN ENOUGH
TO MAKE HIM ILL
(Associated Press)
London, March 17 Andrew Bonar
Law resigned today from the cabinet
on account of ill health. He also re retired
tired retired from government leadership of
the1 house of commons.
SERVICES AT GRACE
EPISCOPAL CHURCH
Friday morning at 10 o'clock, holy
communion.
Friday at 7:30 p. m, evening prayer
and sermon.
SUGAR SATURDAY AND MONDAY
12 pounds of sugar for one dollar,
with a dollar's worth of other groc
eries for cash, Saturday and Monday
only. Phone 377.
tf
H. B. WHITTINGTON.
Sentilla Cigars will suit your taste.
New 'prices on Stationery at THE
BOOK SHOP. 15-St
Plain and fancy stripe percales.
Special Saturday and Monday, 15c
Parker & Guynn. 17-6t
Dont get your hair wet when bath bathing.
ing. bathing. See our line of bathing hats.
The Court Pharmacy. 16-4t
Sterling Silver Flatware has been
reduced 20 per cent at THE BOOS
SHOP. lS-St
Nunnally's and Llggett's Candies
educed to ONE DOLLAR the pound.
t Gerig's Drug Store. tf
"It is hard for me to choose, they
are all so pretty remarked a lady
who was buying a HAT from
FISHEL'S. 3-3t
New hats for the Easter season are
arriving every day. Come in and
make your selection. Style Hat
Shop. 16-t
Yon will not need to cat down oil
your charities if you buy your HATS
etc, at FISHEL'S. The money We
save yon will save the life' of a child
in the NEAR EAST or CENTRAL
EUROPE. t-tt



OCALA lfrENLVG STAR, THURSDAY, MARCH 17. 1921

Ma Evening Star
PMftfee 1fttT Dmr Except S4ay by
stab Publishing company,
ocala, florida.

northwest corner of Adams and Main ARRANGEMENTS FOR THE

the ground between, the fence and the j

street has been as rough as it was in

pioneer days. The reason of this has

been a dispute between the owner of! O v -
w t, t a. At a meeting held yesterday in the

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V. Uimpt't Seeretary-Treaaarcr

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. Entered at Ocala. Fla.. postof fice as
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CHAUTAUQUA SEASON
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I . , , Chautauqua this year will be held the
h-equired Mr. Anderson to put down L. J . ? o-u

pavement m front of the house and- ohT- u

he refused, claiming to have the law!, . .&

on his side, and a' few days ago the

supreme court sustained him. Some

dates has been made necessary by ex

isting financial conditions in most of

weeks before that, however, a heavy . . &
. . the circuit operates.

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MANY IMPROVEMENTS
' DUE TO MARTIN

. j It has been oyer twenty years since

Marion county began to improve its
roads and Ocala its streets. It is a
mild estimate to say that a -million
and ftt half dollars have been spent

for that purpose alone, in that time.

j.Today, the roads are about where

thy were when each little section was
when it was half finished. Some good

work has been done on 200 miles of
road and twenty miles of streets. We

have'. gone, as far as we can go with

out resorting to some other method,

because it now takes all we ean raise

from taxation to keep what we have

. in passable condition.

The reason for this is principally

the .want of system. Much hard and
some..8killful work has been done,
but done in bits, more than doubling

i tho expense and producing results far

from permanent. .

.o .Mr.. John R. Martin, superintendent
of street work for Ocala, and the

. man who a considerable number, prob-
ably, a. large .majority,. of our citizens
j desire .to. put in the 'place of -city
. manager, has been showing during the
. :few months of his incumbency, the
'.virtues; of concentration for the ai airways
rways airways present and careful planning
for the future, and if the work had
been under his, supervision for the
J last twenty: years it is more than
- likely that Marjon county and Ocala
would not have had o bond for a
s ingle yard of road or street.
;ta;5i '....ii Lost Motion,-
n When you put in operation any ma ma-i'
i' ma-i' chine some of the parts of which have
not been properly fitted, or have worn
loose, there is always an element call call-,
, call-, ed lost, motion, which in not a long
iUima ; more than ; equals the value of
the machine and the work it has done.
vlThis lost, motion has been amply in
evidence in the roads and streets of
Marion and Ocala and many other
counties and towns, and will continue
to be until" the end of the petty policy
fht -dividing a steam-shovel full of
dirt that should go in one place into
. i padefulls scattered over a mile or

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i i Dixie Highway

A Star reporter took a ride over
some of our streets Wednesday morn morning
ing morning to see what Mr. Martin and his
.sjforcei were doing. The, procession
started from in front of the Star of of-kCifice
kCifice of-kCifice and. went north down Main street,'
Which is now officially a section of the
Dixie highway.
.:tilain street has been cut thru the
x block that up to a few weeks ago sep-U-4Jtated
it from the union station plaza.
Thru this block it slants to the north north-'
' north-' l.trest, joining Magnolia near the Sea Sea-board,
board, Sea-board, and just west of the new res restaurant
taurant restaurant building MacKay & Company
are putting up for Temple & David David-s
s David-s son-The street is of great impor impor-;
; impor-; jincH-the one street (Magnolia) up
;.,f rom the station in the last year or

two having become congested with
trafSc. ... ..
. .Judicious Exchange of Resources
Driving on out Magnolia the county
road machine was found at work. In
,., order : to obtain the use of this ma ma-.chine
.chine ma-.chine when the. county is not using
T .it, Mr. Martin is giving the county
lime for the Dunnellonroad from the
"city's lime pit and rock crusher south-west
of. the city and right alongside
,J( the.road. As the county had former formerly
ly formerly been obtaining' lime from Kendrick,
the new arrangement saves it a 12 12-mile
mile 12-mile haul a very large item indeed.
On .the other hand the county road

machine does ten times as much work

in'" the' same time as the city street

. force with its little steam roller.
Settled a Dispute
Coming back up Main, the reporter
saw a sample at Mr. "Martin's, diplo diplomacy.
macy. diplomacy. In front of the house at the

wagon crushed into a sewer pipe near
Mr. Anderson's residence and he ask

ed Mr. Martin to have the place re repaired.
paired. repaired. Mr. Martin promised to at attend
tend attend to the matter at once, but partly
in joke, partly in earnest, asked Mr.
Anderson to put down a sidewalk at

the disputed point, saying he wanted
a good sidewalk all the way from the

courthouse square to the union station
plaza. Mr. Anderson -told him, the
sidewalk should be laid as soon as" he
could procure men and material, and

it f will only take a ride down Main!

street and a look to the left after you

pass the postoffice square to show you

he has kept his word.

Other Improvements
Riding around over town, we notic

ed many other improvements made

under Mr. Martin's directions-.. One

is the broadening of the country road

between Sixth and Eighth streets,

east of LakeWeir avenue into a city
street. Altho' an important thorofare
not only for our people, but for many

visiting players of golf, it has been

the rustic road it was thirty or forty
years ago. Messrs. Walter Ray and

J. M. Meffert own land to the west of

this road, and to encourage Mr. Mar Martin
tin Martin in his good work each made the
city the present of a broad strip of

land alongside the road and he is
rapidly widening.it into a. fine street
with a sidewalk, which, will be a great
convenience to all who live or go that
way. t
Coming on down town, by way of

Eighth v and South Magnolia streets,
the reporter took a look at the sewer,

now being built in

The following officers were elected

for the "year: John L. Edwards, presi president;
dent; president; Mrs J E. A. "Osborne, first vice vice-president;
president; vice-president; A. C Blowers, second vice vice-president;
president; vice-president; L. H. Pillans, treasurer;
L. H. Chazal, secretary; W. P. Freer,

chairman of the" ticket committee; E.

J. Collier, chairman of the erounds

committee; Mack Taylor, chairman of
the advertising, committee; Miss Nel Nellie
lie Nellie Stephens, chairman of junior com committee.
mittee. committee.

The following artists and lecturers
are announced for the 1921 Chautau Chautauqua:
qua: Chautauqua: "The Floyds," famous magic magicians;
ians; magicians; Henry Miller's production, "Her
Husband's Wife"; Alexander Irvine,

with his lecture, "A Celtic Pilgrim's
Progress"; The Cecilian Trio; Frank

Lucas, wizard of the accordian, and

company; nettie jane uunaway, in

her big success, "The Lady of the

Decoration," assisted by "The Old

Fashioned Girls"; Arthur Myer's

UlUgCIS, WllU IflMl

music; feter McQueen with his illus

trated lecture on "Mexico," and the
Royal Philippine Band. For the
Junior Chautauqua, there will be sto stories
ries stories and games, a picnic and -a stunt
party and a pageant.

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"Missouri"
and have to be shown?
If such is the case arid
you imagine your whisk whiskers
ers whiskers are too tough for the
Atito Strop Razor come in
and let us talk it over.

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MARCH 17lh

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MR. WEATHERS' REPLY
TO SIR. HUTCH ENS

Editor Star: I can't understand
how Mr. Hutchens figures. He said
Marion county bought machinery to
the amount of $6151.08, which was di divided
vided divided in the five districts. No. 2 was

entitled to about $2761.38. I dbnt

The work is pro- fknow how much stress Mr. Hutchens

gressing finely and will soon reach (puts on the word "about," but in this

Broadway, -f roni which in the next

fiscal year we think it is going, to be
finished to some outlet far over in the
western part of town, delivering the
closely section from a nuisance and a
threat.

Looking over these things, we can't
help coming to the conclusion that

when a community finds it has a man

who will work with diligence and fore foresight
sight foresight for the good of its people, it
should give him. full opportunity to
show what he can do.
Make John R. Martin city manager.

WILDCATS COME BACK OR
HAVE NEVER BEEN AWAY

The basket ball game at the Ocala
high school court yestreday, between
the Wildcats and the high school
team, was one of the best of the sea season.
son. season. It was a fast game, although a
number of fouls were called on both
teams. The score of 21 to 15, in favor
of the Wildcats, shows what determi

nation and hard work will do for

a team long out of practice.
The Wildcats have recently reor reorganized
ganized reorganized and it shows that- they really

did come back to their old form. It

is too bad that the season is so near
to an end, that the team couldn't play
some of the other state teams.
Those on the high school team de deserving
serving deserving special mention are Cornelia
Dozier and Clifton Sexton, while Cal Cal-lie
lie Cal-lie Gissendaner starred for the Wildcats.-
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The following is the high school
line-up: Estelle Wilkes, Christine
Close, forwards; Mildred Bullock,
jumping center; Mabel Lytle, running
center; Cornelia Dozier; Clifton Sex Sexton,
ton, Sexton, guards; Jesse Dehon, Annie Mac Mac-Kay
Kay Mac-Kay and Ethel Home, subs.
The line-up for the Wildcats was as
follows: Kathleen Leitner, jumping
center; Louise Spencer, running cen center;
ter; center; Nettie Camp and Blair Wood Wood-row,
row, Wood-row, guards; Loureen Spencer and
Callie Gissendaner, forwards; Annie
Pope Eagleton, Alice Sexton and
Ruth Simmons, subs.
Elizabeth Home, referee, and Agnes

Burford umpire.

case it is more than double." Mr. Hut

chens said he did all I asked him to
do, which is true, but it didnt cost the

district, but little if anything while
Mr.- Hutchens was in office. As Mr.
Moore's bill is now m the clerk's office

for payment for September work and

he built the culvert in September. Mr.
Huttchens said the Lord loves a cheer cheerful
ful cheerful giver and he gave his. In this
case I contend Mr. Hutchens gave
mine or what I should have had to
spend. Respectfully,
E. B. Weathers.

Easter cards at THE BOOK SHOP.

Those new HATS are still arriving.
FISHEL'S. 15-tf

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

Nux and Iron Tablets will tone up
the sytsem and give you strength.
Eottles of 100 at one dollar each at
Gerig's Drug Store. 1 tf

If it's auto accessories, we've got

em. Kumbak Service Station. 12-6t

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

SPECIAL MASTER'S SALE

Notice is hereby given that under
and by virtue of a final decree entered
by the Fifth Judicial Circuit Court of
Florida, in and for Marion county, in
chancery, of date March 10, 1921, in
a certain cause therein pending in
which B. M. Scruggs was complain complainant,
ant, complainant, and S. R. Waters and J. J. Hen Hen-son
son Hen-son were defendants, I, the undersign undersigned
ed undersigned special master in chancery, on the
4th day of April, 1921,
between the hours of eleven o'clock
a, m. and two o'clock p. m., at the
south door of the Marion county court
house, in Ocala, Florida, will offer for
sale and sell at public outcry to the
highest and best bidder for cash the
following described property, to-wit:

a ourteen neaa oi neiiers ana miicn
cows. Being the cattle sold S. R. Wa Waters
ters Waters by B. M. Scruggs July 2, 1919.
This March 16th, 1921.
- D. Niel Ferguson,
Special Master in Chancery. -'
W. E. Smith,
Complainant's Solicitor. 17-tf

The Auto Stop Razor
Itr stops, shaves and
cleans without taking
apart. Five Hundred
shaves guaranteed from
each twelve blades.
We will loan yon one
of these razors on thirty
days FREE TRIAL. Pay
no money just use the
razor. If you can get

; along without it, simply
I return it to us.

I A postal will bring it to you.
; COURT PHARMACY ;
I OCALA, FLORIDA J

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Children under 12 yrs. 35c
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Adults SQc

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Where a delicate organ

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Optometrist and Optician
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In the heart of the city with Hemming Park for .a front yard.
Every modem convenience in each room. Dining room service ta ?
second to none,

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OCALA EVENING STAB, THURSDAY, MARCH 17, W21

7

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS

- Ocala, Fla, March 8th, 1921.
The board of county commissioners
. convened in regular session with Com Commissioners
missioners Commissioners Meffert," Waters. Clyburn
and Weathers present.
Minutes of February 8tb, 1921, read
and approved.
Mr. R. Wrf Ferguson called and ob objected
jected objected to assessment of his property.!
Commissioner Talton met with the
board. ;
Upon motion of Commissioner
Weathers the tax collector was in instructed
structed instructed to allow Mr. J. S. Waters to
pay his personal taxes less assess assessment
ment assessment of one automobile.
"Several citizens of the Citra com community
munity community called and complained of the
. condition of roads and bridges in
their section.
Mr. E. B. Avery called and objected
to. route of road petitioned for thru
his lands.
Mr. J. G. Baldorf called and asked
that the Heather Island road and fer-
ry be abandoned and was directed to
get up petition for sale. c
Mr. 3.. S. Williams asked, permis permission
sion permission to place a fence around the dip dipping
ping dipping vat at his place, which permis permission
sion permission was granted.
; Judge J. F. Titeomb called in re regard
gard regard to assessment of Masonic lot in
Dunnellon and presented a letter
from the comptroller stating that
property of that nature is exempt
from taxation and upon motion the
tax collector was instructed to report
same on list of errors and insolvencies
and the tax assessor vas instructed to
assess said property as exempt.
a. The sw quarter of ne, quarter and
nw quarter sec 11 twp 13 s r 24 e,
having been heretofore exempted on
account of the owner, Mrs. F.R. R.
Love being a widow and on the 1920
assessment roll, through error, the
exemption was not allowed, the board
- upon motion instructed the tax collec-r
.tor' to allow Mrs. Love a. widow's ex exemption
emption exemption on tre above land for( 1920
assessment. v
, I Upon motion the tax collector was
directed to allow Mrs. J. It. Bishop to
, pay taxes on lots 1 and 2 except 37
acres in ne cor of sec 15 twp 13 r 21
upon valuation of $700, and to allow
her a widow's exemption on payment
'. of 1920 assessment in accordance
- with law. 4

r The board directed -the lax collector
;. to allow Mrs. D. I. Martin to pay

f laxes on eight acres in sec 10 twp 13
v range 21, assessed to her upon valua

tion of 100 and upon lots 18 and 19
of Benedict sub of ne quarter of sec

15 twp 13 range 21, upon valuation of

$100.
The board directed the tax collec collec-.
. collec-. tor to allow J. H. Adams to pay his
; personal taxes as assessed less one
automobile and one horse and to allow
G. B. Thomas to pay his personal

taxes as assessed less one automobile
and one poll tax.
The tax collector was instructed to
allow W. J. Hogan to pay personal
tax assessment less one automobile;
to accept personal tax of Inffman &
Webb on Marsh ponies at assessment
of $25 per head; to allow Mrs. L. K.
Bishop the benefit of widow's exemp exemption
tion exemption in payment of her taxes; to allow
S. T. Sistrunk to pay taxes- on sw

quarter of ne quarter and e half of nw J

quarter and sw quarter of nw quarter
and s half of sec 8 twp 15 range 23,

upon valuation of $800.

The board recommended Mr. James

Duffy Sr. to the governor for ap appointment
pointment appointment as mark and brand inspec inspector
tor inspector for district No. 1.

Messrs. Claude ana Arthur Rou

called in regard to tax assessment,
and were referred to the tax collec

tor.'

Mr. E. W. Jenkins of the state agri

cultural department, appeared before
thp' board and discussed filling the va

cancy in the office of county demon demonstrator,
strator, demonstrator, made vacant by the resigna resignation
tion resignation of Mr. Sessoms, and the board
after consideration of his remarks,

upon motion of Commissioner Talton,

instructed Mr. Jenkins to employ Mr.

K. G, Moore to fill the said vacancy

at the salary heretofore paid, on con

dition that said Moore fill the position

to the satisfaction of the board.

The members of the legislature

J. G Quattlebaum with American
Surety Company; John V. Tarver with
American Surety Co.; Sidney Harold
with American Surety Co.; D. W. Da Davis
vis Davis with W. M. Palmer and R. S. Hall
as sureties.
The following bonds as deputy
sheriff were approved: J. J. Harris
with E A. Osborne and E. F. Mitchell
as sureties; O. S. Sanders with B. R.
Blitch and J. B. George as sureties.
The following bonds as justice of
the peace were approved: W. A.
Yongue with H. Gatrell and L. B, Os Os-teen
teen Os-teen as sureties; H. L. Shearer with
J. R. Shearer and Baxter Cam as
sureties; Lute Howell with W. T. Tay Taylor
lor Taylor and G R. Curry as sureties.
Bond as constable of O. S. Sanders
with J. G. Blitch and George Bolander
was approved.
Pension application of Mrs. Beulah
Curry was approved.
Bills in amount of $5084.83 against
the Dunnellon special road and bridge
district, for work in accordance with
contract, were approved and sent to
the trustees- of said district for pay payment.
ment. payment. Messrs. A. D. Mitchell, A. M. Nel Nelson
son Nelson and S. J. Tyler, road committee
heretofore appointed filed oath of free
holders. .'
Bid of the Elliott-Fisher Co,' sub submitted
mitted submitted in accordance with advertise advertisement,
ment, advertisement, for the furnishing to the tax

assessor of one book machine for use

the ne quarter of see 13 tp 16 s r 24

e, thence n 2 deg w 5.33 ch n .28 deg

and 45 min e 8.20 ch n 40 deg and 30

min e 11.90 ch n 14 deg and 30 rain

12.54 ch n 12 deg w 8.65 eh to a pt

near David Sellers house in the se

quarter of sec 12 thence following the

old road near as practical two miles

to a point about one-fourth mile s of

Electra in the present publie road,

which petition was signed by 16

names and the following committee
was appointed to view and mark out
the best and most practical route for

said road: Messrs. A. M. Morrison,

Mr. Hornbeck and Mr. Charles Davis.')

The board thereupon adjourned.
R. B. Meffert, Chairman.
Attest: T. D. Lancaster Jr, Clerk.
BELLEVIEW

were invited to appear before the on the tax assessment rolls, in aniount

board in regard to a proposed bill for
the employment of a county road com

missioner for Marion county. "Mr.
Nathan Mayo and Mr. R. F. Rogers

appeared and stated that the bill was
not yet perfected, and gave the board

the ideas that they had on same and

upon which the bill was being drawn.
The board expressed its disapproval

of some parts of the proposed bill and
Mr. Mayo requested the chairman to
appoint a committee to frame a bill
for the employment of a road engi engineer
neer engineer that would be acceptable to the
board.-
Request presented to allow the re redemption
demption redemption of lots in the Watkins es estate
tate estate at reduced rates was laid over.
Mr. Britt Sanders appeared before
the board in regard to the condition
in which his lot in North Ocala would
be left after the grading of the right
of way for the Dixie highway.
Mr. John R. Martin appeared be before
fore before the board and suggested several
ways in which the city and county
road crews could operate in conjunc conjunction
tion conjunction in the vicinity of Ocala to their
mutual advantage, which was discuss discussed
ed discussed and the chairman stated that he
would co-operate with Mr. Martin in

iany reasonable way with 'the road

crew of district No. 1, whereby the
city and county would be equally
benefited.
The following bonds and notary
publics were approved: D.N. Fergu Ferguson
son Ferguson with American Surety Company;

Tailoring for Easter Sunday

or

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Make sure they're Pure Wool and
Hand Tailored. Then you re sure of
satisfaction and best wearing service.

CiJil

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Highest Quality Merchant Tailoring at
Lowest Prices. Call in and see the
exceptional values we have for Easter.
"We are not satisfied unless you arc"

J.1.CIMK

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Ocala, Florida

Oiflce

9 120 S. Uain SL, upstairs

Room No. One
Chase Building

of $508.20 was accepted and the tax
assessor was ordered to execute con contract
tract contract for same. m
Bonds of Messrs. J. G. Baskin, John
H. -Taylor and L. K. Edwards as bond
trustees were presented and referred

to the county attorney for approval.
The fojlowirig resolution was adopt

ed:

"Whereas, there is much inequality
in the assessment of taxes throughout
the state of Florida; on account of the

lack of uniformity of valuations upon
which the assessment is made by the

tax assessors of -the different coun counties;
ties; 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 assessor discre discretionary
tionary discretionary powers never intended by law,

thereby causing general dissatisfac

tion; and,
"Whereas, under the present meth method
od method of assessing one-fourth, one-third
or one-half of the supposed cash value
of property necessitates a very high

millage in order to meet the current
and required expenses, 'thereby dis discouraging
couraging discouraging the investment of capital,

and caujing many other evils; there

lore, be it

Resolved, That the board of coun

ty commissioners of- Marion county,

Fla., in regular session assembled.

does most earnestly request Honor

able 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, making the nec

essary reduction cf state millage

Upon motion the board ordered

that transfers be made as follows

Fine and forfeiture fund, $100 from

contingencies account to sheriff's

commissions on nnes account: road

fund, $900 from overseers account,
$1000 from contingencies account.

$350 from material account, $350

from commissioners' road inspection

account, $100- from repair of bridges

account $1550 to free, labor account

$100 to feeding of convicts account,
$200 to gasoline and oil account, $50

to -dynamite, fuses, etc, account, $800

to tools and machinery, cost and re

pairs account, and directed the clerk

to write the comptroller and request

that he approve said transfers.

ine county depository, county
judge, sheriff, tax collector, justices
of the peace and inspectors of marks

and brands filed reports.

The following warrants were order
ed drawn to cover bills duly examin
ed, passed and ordered paid, to-wit

General fund. No. 11402 to No. 11490,
$1847.11 fine and forfeiture fund. No.

7703 to No. 7755, $670.82: road fund

No. 14522 to No. 14669, $4368.32; U.

fc. appropriation road fund. No. 612 to

No. 644, $596.60; state aid road fund

No. 1040 to No. 1063, $345.52.

Application of Mr. E. A. Turnip-

seed for reduced redemption of lots

m Dunnellon was laid over.

Application for pauper allowance
for Kinniah Sampson was refused on

account of lack of funds.

Petition was received asking for

change in public road, commencing at

a point 13.56 ch n of the quarter sec

tion post on south line of sec 16 tp 16

s r 25 e and being in the Moss Bluff
and Daytona road, thence n on the

said quarter, section line 55 ch to Geo

Miller's cor, w 15.90 ch to a point as
near as practical to Long Lake, n 20
deg w 9.35 ch rr 5 deg and 30 min e

6.45 ch to a point at H. P. Griggs
house, thence n 25 deg w 18 ch n t
deg and 30 min w 10 ch n 8 deg w 10
ch n 20 deg w 10 ch thence in a nw
direction 28.80 ch to sw cor of S. J.
McKinney's field near his house, in

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Belleview, March 17 A jolly crowd

of young folks went to Ocala the eve

ning of March 15th, Tuesday, and

gave Miss Mary. A. Gale a birthday
surprise party.

Wednesday evening the Philathea

class was very pleasantly entertained

at the home of two of our old class
members Misses Ruby and Eva Mc Mc-Clendon,
Clendon, Mc-Clendon, who we are always glad to
have with us. Refreshments of ice

cream, Nabisco wafers and candies

were served.

Thursday the members of the B. Y.
U. gave a purlo at their park in

honor of Mr. and Mrs. Clark. This

young couple have been very helpful
in all the B. Y. P. U. programs and,

we are sorry to have them leave, us,
and hope they will return in the early
fall.

The Civic League members enjoyed

a game of 500 at their attractive little
club house Thursday evening.

The Masons held a special meeting

at their hall Thursday night.

A number of Mrs. Reynolds' friends

gave her a very pleasant time at the

town hall Thursday night. She was

school teacher here a number of

years ago and one of the features of

the evening was the making of flash-

ight pictures of her and her former

scholars.

Mrs. Adam Haffner has recently re

turned and has rooms at the home of
Miss Mary Powers.

The Baraca class of the Baptist

church entertained the Philathea class

at the home of their president, Mr.
Ernest Nott Saturday night. A very

enjoyable evening was spent and re refreshments
freshments refreshments of punch and cake served
at a late hour. Miss Belle Moody of
Summer-field was an out of town

guest.

The Willing Workers class of the

Methodist church enjoyed an all-day

picnic and purlo at the cave Saturday.
Their teacher, Mrs. Louis Weihe, and
Mr. Weihe,' chaperoned .this 1 happy

ittle group.

Miss Eva McClendon has returned

to her position with the Bell Tele Telephone
phone Telephone company in Jacksonville, leav leaving
ing leaving Monday.

Don't forget the Belleview Workers

supper and sale at the town hall next

Friday night, March 18th. Everybody

come.

Miss Ethel Freeman is spending a

week with her brother, Mr. R. T.

Freeman and family in Ocala.

Mrs. Sands Haviland entertained

the thimble party at the Civic League

hall Tuesday afternoon. About 40
persons were present. Mrs. Florence

Wells and Mr. Ed Armstrong sang

and others recited. Refreshments were

served. v

Miss Ruby McClendon spent Tues

day and Wednesday in Summerfield as

the guest of Mrs. Fant.'

The Civic League will give another

dance at their hall next Friday night,

March 18th. Good music and a good

time is promised to alL

The Belleview Rod and Gun Club

held a meeting at the town hall Fri
day night. r

Mr. and Mrs. Blood and son, Regi

nald left Wednesday for York Beach,
Maine, where they will spend the

summer.

Mrs. George G run thai has returned

home from Cuba and her husband is
also here for a few days on his way

back to New York.

Mr. and Mrs. Banister of Leesburg
are spending a few days with their
parents before returning to their

home in Boston.

Mr. and Mrs. George Spencer wel

comed a baby girl to their home the

10th.

Did you know you could get a pair
of all-wool blue serge TROUSERS at
FISHEL'S for $5.95? 3-3t

Sentilla Cigars sold everywhere, m

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STAPLE GROCERIES HAVE
KWEi W PMCE
RIoiv Fancy Groceries Are

HAVING THEIR DAY

The canned fruits listed below, are all of the hfghest
quality and in some eases
THE PRICE IS CUT IN HALF
Al these prices, yon can very well afford to bny In
half do;en and dozen lots
Don't gel left. Our stock on hand Is very small and
the goods won't last long N
35c No. 1 Bon Selene Sliced Peaches JQC
35c No. 1H Bon Selene Yellow Cling Peaches 19 C
30c No. 1 Trubadour Yellow Peaches ISC
50c. No. 2 Red Label Peaches 27C
60c No. 2H .White Label Peaches "', 32C
75c No. 2Vm Royal Scarlet Peaches 42C
60c. No. 24 Brownie Peaches 30C
75c No. 2 Royal Scarlet Raspberries
58c No. 2tf Royal Scarlet Green Gage Plums 34C
58c No. 2 Royal Scarlet Egg Plums 34C
60c-No. 21& Brownie Pears QJV
, for '.
70c No. 2 Robin Hood Pears 40C
75c No. 2 Royal Scarlet Pears v
40c No. 1 Gold Bar Pears 22C
50c No. 2 Brownie Apricots 27C
55c No. 2H White Label Apricots 30C
75c No. 2 Royal Scarlet White Cherries 42 C
65c. No. 2H White Label White Cherries 4QC
50c No. 2 H Brownie White Cherries 38C

U-SERVE STORES
CASH AND ARRY
One East and one West City' Square

ANNOUNCEMENT

This is to inform the general
public that I am now located
in the store building former former-ly
ly former-ly known as the OCALA SEED
STORE, and have a full line
DRUGS
PATENT MEDICINES and TOILET PREPARATIONS

SEEDS
FIELD, VEGETABLE AND FLOWER
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Prescriptions given Careful,
Personal Attention.
G. C. GREENE

(Opposite Marion Hardware Co.) ;
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GROCERY PATRONAGE
and Ijclieve our
PRICES ARE RIGHT

Best Patent Sell Rising Flour
24 pound bags..
Best Patent Sell Rising Flour
12 pound bags ...
PUlsbury's Best XXXX Flour
24 pound bags 1 . : : s
Pillsbury's Best XXXX Flour
12 pound bags . iv.: ...
No. 10 Pail Snowdrift Lard..
No. 10-Pail Cottoline ......
Irish Potatoes, Per Pecli. ...
Wesson Cooking Oil, 1 Quart Can. .
Wesson Cooking Oil, 1 Pint Cans .
Corn Flakes, Per Package
Post Toasties, Per Package .
Dime Brand Milk, Per Can .... -Large
Beach Nut Peanut Butter a Jar.
3 lb. Can Maxwell House Coffee
Cream of Wheat, Per Package .....
11-2 White Karo, Per Can ... -.' .....
1 1-2 Blue table Karo, Per Can
5 lb. Can White Karo ... 1 '.
White Bacon, Per Pound . .......

Compound Lard, Per Pound.

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OCCUMiEtlGES

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

The friends of Master Jay Armour
will be sorry to hear that he is quite
ill at the home of his parents.

Smoke Sentilla. Best 10c. cigar, ra

There's no extra charge for clean clean-ng
ng clean-ng your fish at the city fish market.
Phone 158. tf

Mrs. J. B. Wicker of Montezuma,
Ga4 arrived in Ocala today. to be the
guest of her cousin, Mrs. J. J. Walters.

Fresh tomatoes and strawberries at
the Quality Fruit Store. It

Dr. H. F. Preston of Melrose is

spending a few days in Ocala. '.

Mr. W. J. Frink of Sumica was in

Mr. Harley and Mr. J. I Christie

were among those who motored to

Gainesville yesterday to attend the
ball game between the Philadelphia
Nationals and Washington Americans.

.Men's shirts, fancy silk stripe.
Prices right. Parker & Guynn. 17-6t
If you want the best in tires, buy
the Hood. Eumbak Service Station. 6t

Messrs. H. G. Shealy, M. P. Bron Bron-son,
son, Bron-son, Sam Philips, Geo. M. Akin and
J. H .Ward were instructed in their
duties' as esquires at the meeting of
the K. of P. Monday evening.

- Our spring HATS elicit the praise
of many admirers, not only for their
style, but for their reasonable prices.
FISHEL'S. 3-3t

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

Among those motoring to Gaines Gainesville
ville Gainesville today to attend the ball' game

Ocala today, visiting Mr.'D. E. Mc-jwere Mr. and Mrs. Goode and Mr.

rj.Iver, on his way home from Jackson-

ville.

and Mrs. J. G. Parrish, Mr. and Mrs.

Walter Marsh and Mr. C E. Sage.

Our spring HATS elicit the praise
of many admirers, not only for their
style, but for. their reasonable prices.
FISHEL'S. 3-3t

Some new Victor records at THE

'BOOK SHOP. 15-3t

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The many friends of Mrs. W. C.
Jeffords will be sorry to hear. of her
illness and hope that she will soon be
well again.

j Ladies' spring hats for spring and
street wear. Parker & Guynn. 17-6t

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

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Don't fail to visit the Guarantee

Clothing & Shoe Company. Every-

ft .'thing we sell is guaranteed. We're

fighting for QUALITY not prices, tf

WEE ROOF DOCTOR
STOPS ALL LEAKS, OR NO PAY
After we have repaired your roof, we will allow you 90
days trial before we accept your money.

' Mrs. Nettles who has been occupy occupying
ing occupying the house of Mrs. Martha Will Williams
iams Williams on Orange avenue, has moved to
the dormitory.'

. Should your roof leak in five years, after we repair it, we I

will repair same FREE. I
To makcfhqney and remain in business, we must stop all J
" 'present leaks and prevent future leaks. Care Star Office

J. B. SPENCER

AGENCY

Satisfatfi&t

VV. R. PEDRICK

All Buick Cars Equipped With
'' Cord Tires
We Make a Specialty of Part?
for the Buick and the Prices are
Consistent with the Cost of Same
GOODYEAR and U.S. TIRES
; and TUBES
Exclusive Agents for
"VESTA" BATTERY
i8 MONTHS GUARANTEE
An Up-to-Date
, Battery Service Station
We maintain an up-to-date
garage with expert workmen, at
all times, assuring prompt and
efficient service. ;

FISHEL'S have always been known

for the good hose they handle for la

dies and men, and now they are' intro

ducingr the best known children's hose.

Try WONDERHOSE for the kid

dies. 10-3t

We wash cars and guarantee the

best job in town at reasonable prices.

Kumbak Service Station. 12-6t

The following visitors were in town

today: Mrs J C. A. Bangert, Pedro,
Mrs. Hamerick, Belleviek,, and John

Mathews, Candler.

A most beautiful line of materials

Ifor Easter Frocks at FiSHEL'S. 15-tf

Best grade Blue Chambray work

shirt, 75 cents while they last. Parker
& Guynn. ; 17-6t

The "Variety" is a new package of

Noma Candies on sale here. Sixteen

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

The following three-popular books

may now be obtained at the public
library: "Potterism," by Rose Mac-

Caulay, "Main Street," by Sinclair

Lewis and "Mysterious Rider," by

Zane Gray.

Right merchandise at right prices.

Parker & Guynn. 17-6t

You can always get fresh or salt

water fish, oysters, shrimp, et&, at
the City Fish Market on Fort King

avenue. Phone 158. tf

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Mrs- Fred Robmser. Misses Lucile
Robinson and Mcme Davis went to
Orlando Tuesday for a vreek's visit.

Mrs. Robinson and Miss Robinson will i

be the guests of Mrs. Frank Bourlay,

and Misa Davis will .visit Miss Dor Dorothy
othy Dorothy Klock.

St. Patrick decorations at

BOOK SHOP-.

THE
15-3t

Mr. Henry Heineman, mail contrac

tor from Lynne to Ocala. compliment

ed Pbstmaster Rogers today with a
beet from Mr. Heineman's farm across

the river. The beet weighed three

pounds and twelve ounces, enough to J

last the postmaster for the remainder

of the week, and for which he was
very thankfuL

UNCLASSIFIED

ADVERTiSErnS
WANTED, LOST. FOUND. F02
SALE, FOR RENT AND SIM

ILAR LOCAL Nl

EEBS

Rates: Six line, maximasa, mm ti4V
23c; three times. 50c; six times, ?5;
one month. $3. Payable ia advance.

WOOD Giles Wood Yard. Seasoned
oak or pine wood for either store ox
fireplace, l and $2 per load. Yxri
corner South Main and Third SU.
Phone 112." 2-22-tf

"Quality Cards" for Easter at THE
BOOK SHOP. 15-3t

Mr. E. T. Lockart is spending sev several
eral several days in our city in the interest of
the Kelly-Miller Music Company of
Gainesville, of which firm he is now a
member. Mr. Lockart was for many
years with the Burrows Adding Ma Machine
chine Machine Company and a frequent visitor
to Ocala, where he has many friends,
who will be interested to hear of his
change of business. v

Roberts & Spencer are doing lots

of work and spreading out. They
were obliged to double their floor
space, renting the big store room to

the east of thgir original stand on
Broadway.

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 658 for
quick delivery of our QUALITY ICE

CREAM. 23-tf

At their regular weekly luncheon

this week, the Rotarians had as their
guests Mr. T. P. Drake and his broth brother,
er, brother, Dr. B..F. Drake. The ladies of the

j Baptist church served a solid and ap

petizing lunch.

W. K. Lane, M. D physician and
surgeon, specialist eye, ear, nose and
throat. Office over 5 and 10 cent store
Ocala, Fla. Adv. tf

Mr. J. E. Van Horn and family left

today for their home in Michigan. All

their friends here hope to see them
again next winter.

Delectable display of Spring Fab Fabrics'
rics' Fabrics' for your t. Easter Dresses at

FISHEL'S. 15-tf

COOK'S
MARKET
and
GROCERY

FINEST
Florida and;
Western Meats
, FANCY
GROCERIES
A Complete Stock
One of the L i v e s t
Stores in the City
1 PHONE 243

FOR SALE Twenty million Living Living-ston
ston Living-ston Globe tomato plants at f2 per
1000. Livingston' true blot seed. la
5000 lots or more, f L50 per 1000.
Ruby King Peppers f 2.00 per 1000.
Wauchula Plant Farm, Wauchula,
Fla.

FOR SALE Blight proof tomato
plants, 20c. per hundred, 41.23 pet
1000. C. H. Cooner. Ocala. Fla,
Phone 3S9. JI-t

TOMATO PLANTS By the 100, 29

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

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LOST Pearl ring and lavalier. Were
wrapped in tissue paper. Reward
. for return to Harrington Hall
. Cafe. 19 ?

r OK KENT Furnished apartment
at 1129 Fort King avenue. Phont
207Y. J4-t
FOR RENT Furnished light house house-keeping
keeping house-keeping apartments. Apply at 2$f
Oklawaha avenue.' i 15-St

FOR SALE One Maxwell 1920 1H-

ton truck, used for light work about
four months. Bargain. Also oaf
Peacock. Nathan Mayo, Summer
field, Fla.

AGENTS WANTED I want live znea

to handle the greatest invention of
the age; can make 1500 a month o?
over. CaH at No. 113 S. Magnolii
street and be convinced. ,15-6t-

FOR SALE Tomato plants, 15 ee&U
per 100; 100,000 improved P6rto
Rico sweet potato slips ready to
plant now, .J1.50 per 1000. Send
orders to C. Y. Miller, 124 South
Tenth St, Ocala, Fla. 15-tf

FOR SALE 50 Rhode Island Red and
Buff Orpington pullets. Also 6a
pet goat. Apply phone '373, or.E.
S. Huson, Ocala. 16-3t

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

A new lot of. Powder Puffs just, In J

at Ceng's Drug Store.' tf

Men's straw hats, $3, $3.50 and $4.
Parker & Guynn. : 17-6t

GASOLINE, OILS add GREASE

SPENCER-PEDRICK MOTOR CO.

PHONE 271

c ala

Florida

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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

Mr. R. E. Downes, who has been
spending the winter in Ocala, left to today
day today for Washington, D. C, where he
will take a course in chiropractic.
Shoes. Ladies' men's and children's.
Keds, high and low quarters. Parker
& Guynn. 17-t

TMAWSFER
?RR,foFTOIAaE
STAK Li WE

"It is hard for me to choose, they

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

FISHEL'S. 3-3t

Mrs. Bert Leigh Acker and little
son, Bert Leigh Jr., have left the

hospital and are now at the home of

Mr. and Mrs. S. T. Sistrunk.

Bring us that old tire and well
prove that vulcanizing pays. Kumbak
Service Station. 12-t6

Negotiable Storage Receipts Issued on Cotton. Automobiles, Etc

I

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

LONG DISTANCE MOVING
Ptionfc 296

Best grade hand tailored genuine

Palm Beach suits, all colors and sizes

Parker & Guynn. 17-6t

Mr. and Mrs. S. A. Mason, Mr. Clin Clinton
ton Clinton Martin and Miss Minnie Tremere

of Belleview made up a congenial
party that motored to Orlando this
week.

Mr. Geo. C. Greene has leased the

store room occupied for the. last two
years by the Ocala Seed Store, corner
North Magnolia and Washington, and

is fitting up a classy drugstore there therein.
in. therein. '

For proper auto lubrication use Sin

clair Oils. Kumbak Service Station. 6t

Tailor made suits we specialize on.

Parker & Guynn. 17-t

Mr. and Mrs. Henry Chalker and

family, who have been occupying Dr.

Walter Hood's cottage on South Third

street, moved today to Dunnellon,
where Mr. Chalker has entered the
automobile business.

"Volland" Easter

BOOK SHOP.

cards

at THE
15-3t

Mrs. U N. Green's Sunday school
class will hold a sale on the Ocala

House porch Saturday. Aprons, fancy

work, cake and candy. 17-2t

Miss Agnes Burford, who has been
recuperating from her recent illness,
at the home of her parents, expects to

leave tomorrow for Lynchburg. Va

to resume her studies at Randolph
Macon Woman's College.

Baby Overland in good condition;
good tires, top and paint. Terms.
Spencer-Pedrick Motor Co. 16-tf
As a strengthening tonic there Is
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

Mrs. L. N. Green's Sunday school
class will hold a sale on the Ocala

House porch Saturday. Aprons, fancy

work, cake and candy. 17-2t

Mrs. J. W. McCullom of Gainesville,
president of the Florida Federation of
Women's Clubs, will be the chief

speaker Saturday at the reciprocity

meeting at the Woman's Club. She

will be accompanied by Mrs. J. M.
Dell, of Gainesville, and while in the
city they will be the guests of Mrs. L.
J. Knight. Mrs. M. L. Johnson of
Leesburg, chairman of civics, of the

state federation, will also be a speaker

at the reciprocity meeting Saturday.

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 : ; Night 408

NEEDMM MOTOR CO.

General Auto Repairing

and Storage
Gasoline, Oils and Grease
USED CARS FOR SALE

Cars Washed .............$1.00
Cars Polished ................ .50

Oklawaha Ave. & Orange St
f Phone 252 : ;

Qur Specialty Is

uildind

USho

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FOR SALE Pure bred S. C. Whit
Leghorn eggs for setting, also S. C

446. V ld-3t

LOST Kentucky auto license num

ber, 160,769. One dollar reward
for return to Murphy's garage. St

WANTED To buy lieht one-horse

wagon.. Must be cheap for cash.
Address G. G. Maynard. Ocala. 17-tf

FOR RENT House with garage. 704

East Third. Possession April first.
Apply W. J. Hood. 17-Ct

WANTED An energetic woman to

carry on the Nu-Bone corset work
in Ocala and vicinity. Mrs. T. A.
Quinn, Star office. 17-Gt.

WANTED Colored boy at 18 to 20
years old. Apply to Sam R. Pylsf
& Co., undertakers. 17-tf

Sentilla the mild cigar.

10-n

RAILROAD SCHEDULE

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Arrival and departure rf miimm

rains at OCALA UNION STATKJH.
The following schedule figures pud
ished as information and not auar auar-Jiteed.
Jiteed. auar-Jiteed. y.
(Eastern Standard Time)
SEABOARD AIR LINE RAILROAD
eave Arrlvf
2:2aam Jacksonville-NTork 2:1 Ota
:55 pm- Jacksonville 1:23
4:05 pm 'Jacksonville 4:J3 pa
2:15am Tampa- f.
Manatee-St Petrsbrg 4:D5
2:15 am Tampa 2:15 an
1:50 pm Tampa-Manatee 1:ZS pra
4:05 pm Tampa-St Petrsbrg 4:C5p5i
ATLANTIC COAST LINE R. r
Leave Arrtf

2:12 pm Jacksonvflle-NTTork 2:43 f
:45 pm Jksonville-Gainsville 3:25 tj
:42 am Jksonville-Gansville 10:18 p
:49 am StPetsbrg-Lakeland 2:12 m
3:35 pm Stetsbrg-Lakeland 1:25 pra
:10 am Dunne Ilon-Wileox
:25 am Dunellon-Lkeland 11:03 pta
:25 pm Homosassa 1:S0 pra
0:15pm. Leesburg. 6:42 era
:45 pm Gainesville 11:50 aa
Slonday. Wednesday, Friday.
Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday.

Between Tea Cent Store and Gerig's

Drag Store J

PRACTICAL CONTRACTOR AD

BUILDER
Careful estimates made on all con contract
tract contract viork. Gives more and better
work fir the money than any other
contractor in the city.

Gbo. MacKay 8 Co.
Funeral Directors
and Emb aimers
Two licensed Esthalsaers
Motor Funeral Cars
Private Morgue and Chapel
Day Phone 47
Night Phone 515
G. B. Overton, Manager
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