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Title:
The Ocala evening star
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Ocala Evening Star
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Evening star
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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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Fair tonight and Satur Saturday;
day; Saturday; slightly cooler ex extreme
treme extreme northeast portion
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Aggressive Germans : are Playing
Right Into the Hands of their
Opponents

(Associated Press)
.. Paris, March 18. The council of
ambassadors handed a note to the
German plebiscite delegation today
concerning concentration of German

troops on the upper Silesian frontier.'
Germany will be held responsible for
any disorder resulting from the entry
of armed German troops into the
plebiscite area, f-f v

INTERESTING MEETING OF
THE "WOMAN'S CLUB

Crisis .of Fint-Class Magnitude
Now' Hanging Over the the-British
British the-British Cabinet

The reciprocity meeting at the
Woman's -Club tomorrow afternoon
will be unusually interesting. The
speakers of the afternoon are all well

officers of the state, federation. They
are Mrs. McCullonv of Gainesville,
president of the federation; Mrs M.
L. Johnson, state chairman of civics,
and Mrs. W. T. Gary of this city,
vice president section four.
Ah interesting-- musical program
will be a feature of the afternoon, as
' follows:
Piano duet: Mrs. Bland Ware, Mrs.
C. E. Moremen.
Vocal duet: Mrs. H. M. Hampton,
Mrs. S. J. Manly.
Vocal solo (flute obligato): Mrs.
Manly.
Nomination blanks will be distri distributed
buted distributed by Mrs. H." As Davies. It is
hoped that there will be a full atten-

. dance as the meeting will be not only

interesting but instructive.
MR. ROGERS REPLIES

TO MR. WATERS

- (Associated Press)
- London, March 18. A political cri crisis
sis crisis of the first magnitude has been
created by the retirement of A. Bonar
Law from the British cabinet, the
London Times declared.; Other news newspapers
papers newspapers agree in saying the resignation
is certain to have considerable polit political
ical political effect and probably will material materially
ly materially weaken the coalition government.

The Graphic even, suggests that if

Lloyd George is called opon to face
therprospect of unsympathetic asso

ciation with a successor to Bonar Law,

he may find the strain of office intol

erable and will follow Bonar Law into

retirement.

BAD BUT BRAVE

Chicago Bandit Killed While Fighting

the Police

(Associated Press)
-

Chicago, March 18. r acing more

than fifty policemen, a bandit with a
pistol in each hand was shot to death

after he kept up- a steady fight until

his ammunition was exhausted. Sev

eral policemen were wounded, one

critically.'-

OUR NAVY HAS LOST

ANOTHER BRAVE MAN

Aboard the Pennsylvania Off Guan

tanamo, March 18 (Wireless to the

Associated I Press) -Walter Johns,

chief gunner's mate, was killed when

he jumped from an. observation bal
loon which broke adrift from the bat

tleship Florida near here yesterday

during maneuvers by the fleet.

Editor Star: In your issueof the

15th inst I notice G. A. Waters of

the fourth district, sets up a sickly
whine .which to me looks like a bid

for votes next year, or an excuse to
his people for not doing his duty this

year on the public roads.

By insinuation he seeks to make the
impression that I acted dishonestly

with the road fund of his district from

Oct. Jst, 1920, to Jan. 4th, 1921, by
saying "some little difference between

$S000 for three months and $3000 for

nine months and not likely to get all

that.".

The records show that in October
last I spent of the road fund $1138.31,

in November $1531.60 and in Decern

ber $3119.13, making a total of

$5789.64, not $8000 as he said.

would say,not by way of apology, for
I have none to offer, tfie old board of

commissioners last year seeing the

wasteful and extravagant method of

spending the road funds under the
Old system, decided to buy for the
county up-to-date, labor-saving road
machinery and each district to pay its
pro rata share on the purchase of the
machinery. We .tried outthe machin machinery
ery machinery and bought it at about $15,000,
including freight and needed expense.

The nrice of this from each district.

On account of the scarcity of labor in

the fourth district I carried over
about $2000 from the budget of 1919
on Oct. 1st, -1920, and added that to

the road fund of the present year. My
term of office did not expire till Jan.
4th of this year,, therefore it .was my
right to spend $500 on a hard surfaced
Clay road from the large orange grove
in Orange .Hammock to the Lake
county line in Linadale precinct, also
to straw a rural route .mail road and
the public road from Starks ferry to
the Lake county line in the same pre precinct;
cinct; precinct; also the public road to Salt
Springs and to Eureka in Salt Springs
precinct; also the most traveled roads
- in Ornhnmvinp nreeinet. and to hnild

about Ihree miles of hard surfaced
. clay road on the Fort Gates, Lacota,
Lynne road and I did not pay a hun hundred
dred hundred dollars for a clay pit either. J
left plenty, of money for Waters to
make the. roads in Moss Bluff precinct
as good as the best in his district. :
I wonder if Comimssioners Talton

and Meffert will set up a whine. They
arp in the same boat with you, Gus,
;for lack of road funds and the road
tax reduced half a mill by the board
last August. After Oct. 1st last year
the board paid the incorporated cities
and towns, of this county about $10, $10,-000,
000, $10,-000, their portion of the road funds.
Did you know that, Gus? I I
O. H. Rogers 1

EXAMINATION OF HIGH

RAILROAD OFFICIALS

(Associated Press)

Chicago, 'March 18.- Cross exami

nation of high railroad officials began

today before the railroad labor board,

Several officials appeared at today's
hearing in response to requests issued
by the board at the demand" of the

labor side.

COAL DIGGING TYRANTS

' WANT ALL THE COIN

(Associated Press)

Indianapolis March 18. Any at
tempt to reduce wages of the coa

miners in the United States will be
resisted by the miners' union, Presi President
dent President Lewis of the United Mine .Work

ers of America, declared today in an

nouncing that such policy was ap approved
proved approved by the union's eexeutive board.

It Will be a Right Smart While, How-

ever, Before It Harbors Any Anything
thing Anything like Angela

(Associated Press)
Tallahassee, March 18. An appro

priation of $250,000 for the construc construction
tion construction of wings to the state capjtol to

provide more space for offices will be
sought from the legislature, it was
learned here today.. With the session
approaching: several branches of the
state government begun to vacate
their quarters at the capitol today to-

provide rooms for legislative com

mittees.

PUT THE BLAME

ON THE PORTER

Millionaire Black Will Slip Out

' Clutches of the Law at
. Miafi V

of

(Associated Press)
Miami, March 18-The case against

Harry St. Frances Black, a New York

capitalist, in whose private car Wed

nesday night were found sixty cases
of liquor, was dismissed by United

States Commissioner Graham today
when brought up for arraignment.

Black had been arrested both by state

and federal authorities, charged with

violating the prohibition laws. Black's

car, which was seized, was released.

The case was dismissed when the ne

gro Porter testified he put the liquor

in the car without the knowledge of

Black. Black is still under bond for

appearance Monday in police court.

INTERESTING EVENING

IN JAX FOR ATHLETES

Motorcade of the Florida Short Route

Association Will Stop for
Ltmch with Ua
A motor party representing the

Florida Short Route Association will
reach Ocala tomorrow morning just
before noon, on its way from Colum Columbus,
bus, Columbus, Ga., headquarters of the associa association,
tion, association, to Orlando. The party will be
met north of Ocala on the Dixie high highway
way highway by the members of the good
roads committee of the Marion County

Board of Trade. A luncheon will be

tendered the visitors by the Board of

Trade, and if the schedule of "the
party permits,, they will be shown
some of the points of interest in and
around Ocala.
The Florida Short Route extends
from Nashville, Tenn., through Gads Gadsden,
den, Gadsden, Ala., Columbus, Albany, Thorn Thorn-asville
asville Thorn-asville and Quitman, Ga, to Lake
City, its present southern terminus.
The organization has for its purpose.

the fostering of a passable y ear ear-around
around ear-around highway through upper Flor Florida,
ida, Florida, western Georgia and northern
Alabama.
The members of the good roads
committee are: A. C. Blowers, chair chairman,
man, chairman, Nathan Mayo, W. M. Gist, J. T.
Rawls, J. M. Douglas,, E- kL. Wart Wart-mann,
mann, Wart-mann, H. L. Shearer, A. C. Cobb. E.
E. Dobbs, 'John L. Edwards, C G.
Rose and W. M." Wilson

Smagglera Brought on a Small Battle
, Near El Paso with Ameri-

Soldiers

(Associated Press)
Jacksonville, March 18. -The. Hills Hillsborough
borough Hillsborough high school of Tampa and the
Duval high school of Jacksonville
meet here tonight for the state high
school basket ball championship. The
Hillsborough team is a slight favorite.
Should Duval win tonight the teams
will be tied as Hillsborough deefated
the local squad recently. In that
event the deciding game will be play played
ed played here tomorrow night.

Why worry about Sunday dinner?
You can get one at Hunter's Cafeteria
for less than you can prepare one. It

Meet me at the American Cafe,
Union Station. Ocala, for a" regular

dinner family style. Best doner 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

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(Associated Press)
.El Paso, March 18. United States
soldiers and immigration officers early
today were patrolling the Mexican
border near here where from ten
o'clock Jast night until early this
morning they exchanged shots with
a party believed to be Mexican smug smugglers.
glers. smugglers. Three Americans were wound wounded.
ed. wounded. Mexicans opened fire on. three
American immigration officers who
found the Mexicans fording the' river.
The return fire apparently wounded
one Mexican, and was immediately
answered by rifle fire from men con concealed
cealed concealed in the bushes on the Mexican
side. Five more inspetcors and 100
soldiers answered the call for assist assistance.
ance. assistance. An occasional scream of pain
from the Mexican side indicated the

American fire at flashes of Mexican

guns was not without results. "'

It Took an Oklahoma Jury Only Forty
Minutes Last Night to
' Set Her Free

(Associated Press)
Ardmore, Oklsu, March 18w Freed
.1- -M 1 -m..i-

Jake Hamon, Clara Smith today is
planning to leave Ardmore. She will
probably go to .Wilson, near here, for
a visit with her sister, and later go goto
to goto El Paso, where he father is ilL The'
jury debated over its verdict only 40
minutes, agreeing upon acquittal on

the first ballot. 1

BASEBALL FUNDS
ARE GROWING BIGGER

END OF ZAMORAS ALPHABET

- (Associated Press)
Mexico City, March 18 Pedro Za Za-mora,
mora, Za-mora, for the last ten years one of
the" most formidable bandits operat operating
ing operating in western Mexico, is dead as a
result of wounds received in a recent
battle with federal troops.

The manager of the Ocala Baseball
Association reports the following'
contributions to the fund in the past
twenty-four hours:
T. S. Trantham 10.00
J; S. Jennings ...t.... 2.50

.Ocala Stove Hospital ........ 2.00

George Aiken 2.00
Wallace Canova ............ 2JK)
F. W. Forbes I .......... 2.00
R. Lopez 2.00
G. B. Bartler T.'.. I ..... 6.00

SUGAR SATURDAY AND BIONDAY

ORTAGUS WILL SHOOT
TO HIT NEXT OCCASION

j. Sentilla Cigars will suit your taste.
Plain and fancy stripe percales.
Special Saturday and Monday, 15c.
Parker & Guynn. 17-6t
Don't get your hair wet when bath bathing.
ing. bathing. See our line of bathing hats.
The Court Pharmacy. 16-4t

Nunnally's and Liggett's Randies
educed to ONE DOLLAR the pound,
it 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
FisHELsf--x .::s-3t
Don't fail to visit f the Guarantee
Slothing & Shoe Company. .J.very .J.very-htng
htng .J.very-htng we sell is guaranteed. v- We're

.ghting for QUALITY not prices, tf
New hats for the Easter season are
arriving every day. .' Come in and

make your selection. Style Hat

Shop. 16-et

. (Associated Press)
St. Augustine, March 18. The au authorities
thorities authorities today continued the search
for a negro convict who escaped from
a camp near here yesterday after se seriously
riously seriously injuring Will Ortagns, a
guard, with a shoveL The negro
started the attack and Ortagns fired

to frighten him and did not 'attempt
to hit him. .The negro brought down

the shovel on the guard's head, then
took to the woods. Bloodhounds trail

ed the escaped convict for several

hours but lost the scene in the swamp.

Come, come, let us show you our
beautiful Spring- Goods. FISHEL'S. tf

New Easter goods arriving daily

Parker & Guynn. : l7-6t

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

For uniform mileage buy Miller

ires at the Eumbak Service Station.

To the many people who inquired

for EVERWE AR -HOSIERY at reduc

ed prices, beg to say we just received

a new shipment of this standard guar

anteed hosiery in Very Thinest

Weights. FISHEL'S. 12-tf

Hot Boston baked beans and brown

bread for Saturday night supper at

Carter's Bakery. 18-2t

MUCH ADO ABOUT LITTLE

(Associated Press)
Tallahassee, March 18. Attorney

General Buford filed a motion in the

supreme court today to quash the

mandamus instituted last week to test

the constitutionality of the act creat

ing the state plant board. The case

grew out of the quarantine placed

upon a shipment of Japanese cane

from Liberty county and refusal of

the Apalachicola Northern railroad

to accept the shipment tendered it.

The court will hear oral arguments on

the motion tomorrow.

LADY SEEMS TO HAVE

A CHARMED LIFE

' (Associated Press)

Miami, March 18. Mrs. Thelma
Bennett hurled fifty feet by a train

at Arch Creek yesterday was not se

riously injured and will recover, phy physicians
sicians physicians attending her said today. The

train struck an automobile she was

driving.. '. -f

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. WHTTTTNGTON.

Why worry about Sunday dinner?

You can get one at Hunter's Cafeteria

for less than you can prepare one. It

Just arrived, a full line of bathing
caps, fancy and plain, at The Court

Pharmacy. 16-4t

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. WHTTTINGTON,

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

Ocala Electric Shoe Co....
J. L. McConn
W. R. Owens
J. H. Benjamin
J. R. Jordan
James Hall ..............

A. D. Smith .............

Christian Ax
Wf R. Chalker ....

Paul Simmons K. v. . 10.00

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Sentilla the mild cigar.

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TWO GREAT BIG SPECIALS

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New shipment of Red Seel 81x90 Crocket Bed Sprecis
Sepher Gaghmns, pretty new 4 quality, sum m e r
plaids, 32 inches wide, fast - r?m
color. 39 centvalue. For weight, a $4 value. For
Saturday and Monday only. Saturday and Monday pnly
23c a yard $2.49 eccli

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OCALA, FLORIDA.

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lsoatchea herein are also reserved.

DOMESTIC S tMSCHIPTIO N
One. jear,. in advance .. 1 .' .
Oil months, in advance ....
Three months. In advance
Oca, month. In advance .....

RATES

.....$.
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1.69
....

yearly surplus hap been, piling up for

several years, the exact sum remain

ing after last year's bill were paid

being $25,051.52. In view : of the

present' conditions if would seem the

part of wisdom to reduce the state

levy for sense, and cents and safety.

New Smyrna News, ; ,.

Don't let that two and a quarter
million surplus worry you.. The. leg
islature will know what to do with it.

COUNTY SCHOOL BOARD
f IS TAX CRAZY

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Legal advertisement it legal rates.

America, should disarm when the
other nations disarm.

Tom Watson has moved to Wash Washington,
ington, Washington, but he i3 yet Tom Watson.

The Chaflle system of naming

streets seems to be in favor in Miami
Joe is an ex-Ocala boy. '

In Europe, the same old game' of
what imay happen in War is being
worked out on the political an 1 mili

tary, chessboard;-'
i
Wm. J. Bryan is teaching a 5000 5000-soulpower
soulpower 5000-soulpower Sunday school at : Miami

That's,, what we've always thought

Mr. Bryan was cut out for.

It is reported that the Allies will

seize the German customs. ; The Ger German
man German ( have some customs an Ameri

can would .not care to' touch.

Arc Ycuiasi Rundown Condition 7 j"mv"vmvvvvvKv

Does Tour Headiche ?

A subscriber from Indiana, in re remitting
mitting remitting for the Star says of himself
and family: "We think the Star one
of the most progressive and alive papers-
that it has ever been our pleas pleasure
ure pleasure rto read.".

'Girls, the flowers don't put on
rouge, says the Montgomery Adver Advertiser.
tiser. Advertiser. Yes, and look how quickly they
fade, toolTampa Tribune. :
' They would not fade if they were
painted. They'd die at once. I

- The lazy man is willing that some
of. the first daylight- shall be saved in
beck Tampa. Tribune.
. But why can't a smart man get up
early unless all the rest of the United
States gets' up with him.

That man in Orlando who shot an another
other another man for abusing and frighten frightening
ing frightening his ; (tne first man's) wife, has
been adjudged insane. We are afraid
the time isn't far off when only a
crazy man will dare to defend a women.-
-. : .-.-v--.;

A few weeks 'ago. there was a con conference
ference conference of county superintendents and
high school, principals,, who passed a
number of resolutions, among which
were the following:
"2. To appropriate the sum of one
million dollars for the immediate re relief
lief relief of the common and high schools

of the state, said amount to be ap

portioned among the several counties
of the state on a fair and equitable
basis. :f"

"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. -'':'',

To -submit a constitutional

amendment to the people of the state
providing for the raising of the max

imum special tax school district levy

from three to ten mills.

w5. 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 enacted. ; : 1 v

"11. We request that the salaries of

the members of the state board of ex

aminers, of teachers be $2000 per an

num with: an amount sufficient to
cover the traveling expenses of said
board. fm

"12. We endorse the work of the
rural school inspectors and request
their continuance, for the present,
and that their, salaries be $2000 per
annum, with ; an amount sufficient to
cover the traveling expeness of said
inspectors.
"13. We request an appropriation
of $500 per annum for necessary sup supplies
plies supplies and graveling expenses of the
state high school inspector." :
Books Versus Bread
.The foregoing 'program looks
mighty bad for the taxpayer,' and

I shows that the guiding principle of
the educational- autocracy is .books

A.t i i rm x. i a.

ratner loan ureau. inai u mere arc

plenty of school books, school houses

and school teachers it matters but
little if the-children and their parents

are short on food and clothes.

Yet that is what it may amount to.

The taxes of the people in this cQuhty

are staggering, and the program laid

out by the .teacherbund would call for

another ten or twelve mills. That

means that the average citizen must

meet a state, coanty and municipal

taxbill of sixty to seventy mills, be beside
side beside the heavy federal taxes."
This would mean that a. number of
people would have to give up their
homes and their children become
charges on the public.
It would also mean that many peo people
ple people r by every means in their power
would conceal 'the amount and value
of their property.
Excessive taxation, the world over,
and ever since taxation was first im imposed,
posed, imposed, has always meant the taxpayer
concealing as much -of his-property as

possible. 1 ..

Elgin. TenaHl can say that Dr.!

nerces Ooldem Medical Discovery

aad Jus r.' Pleas

ant Pellets, hare.

been the means

of restoring my

nesitn. i was

weak and ran-

" down had sick -headaches,
and
i my kidneys were
all out of order.

It was a misery

walk

began

Dr.

Pierce's medicine and they pot me

on tne roaa to good heaJth rlht
away. I want to speak a good word
for Dr. Pterce'i remediea to all suf sufferers."
ferers." sufferers." HARRISON 8HEPARD,
R. F. D. 1, Box IS.
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-"'It is not to be supposed that Sena Senator
tor Senator Campbell, who proposes to ride
from his home to Tallahassee in an
airplane, will fly at a great altitude.
He will do his high flying in the sen senate.
ate. senate. Miami Herald.
;HeH bust a, wing if he isn't careful.

If civilization is something that has
to he propped up by huge armies and
nayies, we are not sure but that semi semi-civilization
civilization semi-civilization is good enough for us.-
Gainesville Sun.
The only semi-civilized people v in
the world who are not slaves are

those the civilized people can't reach.

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principally to give soft jobs to a
bunch of people too lazy to make a
living on their own. These examiners
are appointed for political purposes
and they know a great' deal less than
many of those they examine. Set

one ox tnem flown at a desk tor a

smart boy or girl just out of college

to question ,and he would be cornered

in ten minutes. They are another

burden for hardworking people to car

ry- .- ."

Likewise that other .bunch of incu

buses the rural school inspector.

And the high school inspector, who

must have so many more plunks added
to his expense account. : What on

earth do we want with any of them?

Every county in this state has' in it

men and women amply able to look

after its educational affairs.

Nobody wants them but the educa

tional machine, to fill the easy jobs and
draw the easy money. Prices are
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coming aown, wages are coming

downnow is the time to push up the

pay of the political pedagogues. :

There has never been such a dis

proportionate demand made on the

people in any state in time of peace

as that made at the meeting of the

county school superintendents and

high school principals. A million dol

lars down, spot cash on the card, from

a state which has a million men, wom women
en women and children possibly two hun

dred and fifty thousand bread win

ners. Fifteen, mills for county tax.

ten for- the school districts, and on

top of that a huge sum for the state

universities and colleges. What chance
for ; the man who can hardly 'make
both ends meet?

Ana our' county school board en

dorses this extortionate' demand. '
' The big joke is that it will not help
the people it 'is asked to help. Most
of our school teachers are young
women, some mere girls. They havent
much experience but near! v nil are

prettrand attractive. Most of them I &g-&$--g

marryi oeiore they, have taught long

enough to draw a large salary. Then

they have to scrimp and save, and do

without many things they not only j

want hut need, so their husbands can

pay the taxes. Then they will see

taxation from the side the Star sees itl

Our buyer has just returned from New. York city and

; is now showing all the New Easter Specials ri
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; anaviNoveiues, in ieauy-io-yy ear apparei
" for Men, Women and Children. ;

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. More than thirty years ago, while
editing a paper in another town, we
invented the term MEditoialettes, to
apply to a string of short editorials.
A I few rears ago we used it on, the

Star awhile for the same purpose.
Now the Jacksonville Metropolis has
gone and swiped it. We think the Met.
should pay us a royalty.
There are two things, among two
thousand others, that we see no sense
ire One as? in this administration con considering
sidering considering itself bound by a decision
made by that fuddle-headed attorney
. general, A. M. Palmer while he was in
ofSce but not made known until he
was out, and the other is the idea of
any doctor prescribing beer for a sick sick-man.
man. sick-man. y

- There was in the Florida state
treasury St the close of the past year
an unexpended balance of over two
" and a quarter million dollars, the exT
act sum being quoted by the state
treasurer at $2,270,950.98. This is not

on, .-year's- surplus, however, as the more than the salary.

And who can blame him, when he
knew in days past that his money
went to promote the festivities of ty tyrants,,
rants,, tyrants,, and when he knows now that
it will go to promote bad manage management,
ment, management, fads and graft.'
Two and a half years ago, when the
attention of the people of Florida was
distracted by the war, the teacher
bund put the ten-mill tax ; over on
them. We can remember the prom prom-ises
ises prom-ises the educational autocracy made.
Taxes should never go higher --no,
never. t Not even the full ten mills
was likely to be used only seven" and
a half or eight, or at worst nine. (The
people of this county can remember
these promises but they had sense
enough to know now much ; they
amounted to and rejected them.) But
the ten mills came down on them like
a ton -of brick. 'And now they are
asked for another five. Will they give

it? Not unless they are1 a state-full
of fools. .:

But bad as this amendment would

be, the one to enable a school district
to' increase its. levy from three to ten

mills would be worse. Let us sup suppose
pose suppose both amendments pass, and this
precinct be taxed the entire twenty twenty-five
five twenty-five mills for schools, in addition to
other taxes what will the people do?
How can a young man with a wife and
child, with no resources but his own

work, build a home and live as an
American should live? Let the voters

ask themselves. ; ; v

And this compulsory school law law-it
it law-it is nothing less than Prussian--4t

puts the parents who live and work

and deny themselves, on v the same

basis with those who do not.

What 7 do we want with a state
board of examiners, at $2000 per year
and expenses expenses renerally

We -want them

fit)

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ONE OF FLORIDA'S BEST GARAGES
Ejipcrl Repairs Tires ; Gas and Oil
Accessories Storage ;
Main Street. Opposite Foundry - OCALa, FLORIDA

Passed through Ocala, Ga, last eve-

nmg. And by ueorge, they plant wa

termelons here just as they do in

Ocala. Plal Th nrl v rwtnhl wiH

Ocala, Ga, is that they know .they I

cant play basketball and admit' it.

while in Ocala, Fla., it's altogether a janj the

am e rent story in a different tune.

Peppery Red Box.

old folks eoSsiped (mostly

the men did that) and soon dinner
Hm arrived TTio f w a mwv1 Arv-

One of your thirteen great faults, nf u. ri,u,Vo tn

Red, is you don't know where you are! wnv. tw jmhatan-

half the time. There is no Ocala in tia, dishes and al, the frflla. that
Georgia. Beside Ocala. Florida, there pienic dinners. -in the afternoon
are only two Ocalas, one in Kentucky, a short progranrvas rendered by the
the other in Virginia. There is said niinj,, 8W talf Mr. F. n.

to be another out west, but if so it is Buhi;. Mr Buhl expressed for himself
too small to have a postoffice. We and the other patrons their apprecia apprecia-opme
opme apprecia-opme that you thought OcQla, Ga tifm of M: Kin-,s -ork

was another Ocala, in which case the the chUdren and assured her
a. . I

iramooy must nave soid you some- the term had been most satis satis-thing
thing satis-thing to make you. crosseyed Some- fatcory in everyway.
times we cant help thinking you are Mr. King of Lecanto spent Satur-x-eyed
from an ethical standpoint dav and SundaV with the-Buhl fam-

anyhowv n- nd fv. his dauehter. Miss

Clara "King returned home Sunday

SHADT lafternoon.

Mr:' Otto Younge has made himself

Delectable display of Spring Fab Fabrics
rics Fabrics for your Easter Dresses at
FISHEL'S. 15-tf
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Shady, March 17 Mrs. J. W. Mor- and family a present of a brand sew

riston is visiting her son-in-law and self -starting Ford. Fording continues
daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Crosby to gain in popularity in this burg.
at Dunnelloiu Mr. and Mrs. Harper and family,
Mrs. Fort and two little girls of who recently purchased the Sam Mar Mar-Palmetto
Palmetto Mar-Palmetto are, visiting relatives and tin. farm here, have moved into their
friends in the Calvary community; cottage on Orange avenue. We are
Mr. and Mrs.-L. A. Jones and chil- glad to know they Uke their new home

dren and Mr nd Mrs. J. F. Gasldniand extend to them a cordial welcome

motored to Orlando Sunday for the Mrs. Hogan of Ocala spent Satur

day.; day nieht and Sunday with her

Mr. H. W. Douglas, who has been in I daughter, Mrs. 0.,L. Gaskins.

Shady for a few days, left again Mon

day, for. Eastlake. Mr.

met Op with some very

souls (or soul; at Eastlake and being special thing that pleased us was ed special master in chancery, on the

on the carpet we are wondering. ; what he said about the rural schools.! 4th day of April, 1921,

Both Shady and Calvary schools jWe" hope, that something may be done between the hours of eleven o'clock

what we think about our Shady
health and happiness are found here
all. the time. -We hope he will visit
us before he returns to his northern
home.

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. WHTTTINGTON.

NOTICE, CLUB MEMBERS

I The reciprocity, meeting off 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.

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. xu

Please let ns sav that we read Mr.! a certain cause therein pending: in

Douglas has Mayo's letter in the Star and hearti- jwWch .B. M. Scrug gs was eompTain-
. i , n . ant, and S. R. Waters and J. J. Hen-
T congenial ly approve of all he wrote. The very sm'were defendants I; undersign-

closed last, week and the little folks

are happy.; Summer time, barefoot
boys and "girls and the old grapevine
swing. No happier days than thesei
The patrons of the Calvary school
accepted the teacher's invitation to
"let's have a picnic," and quite a

crowd gathered, at the school house
Thursday. The forenoon was passed
very happily by alL Games were play
ed) by the youngi people- and "kiddies

to better the present conditions. a. m. and two o'clock p. at the
dered at Olivet church on the evening at public outcry to the
of the 27th of March." Everybody Is highest and best bidder for cash the
welcome. f fofiowing described property, to-wit:
"Shady, Haven of Health and Happi.'u by b. M. Scruggs July 2, 1919.
ness." Our little wail of distress. This March 16th. 1921.
over the dearth of news, however,' -., p. Niel Ferguson,
does, not hold for every week and ;w t Master m Cnancery.
the time. The writer expressed just Complainant's Solicitor. 17-tf

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Nothing :
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TRIAL'

The Atdo Stop Safety Razor
If you like it, buy it
If you don't, return it.
The A UTO STOP RAZ0Z
makes good with its
users because it pro provides
vides provides a keen edge for
every shave. It strops, :
shaves and cleans
without removing the
blade. ;
Court Pharmacy
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your charities if yon buy your HATS,
etc., at FISHEL'S. The money we
save you will save the life of a child
in the NEAR EAST or CENTRAL.
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wheat, cow feed,
laying mash and
scratch feed.
We are buying these gods in
car load quantities now and ate
baying them so we can sell to
VERY BEST ADVANTAGE to
our cast osiers

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Hay aiid Cotton Seed Meal
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Flour, best patent Self Rising 24 lb. sack 155
Flour, Pillsbury best 12 lb. jsack-.l...'. 90
Flour, Pillsbury best 24 lb. sack . 1,75
Coffee, .Maxwell House 1 lb. can.- .39
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Baked Beans, no. 2 cans t10

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The most enjoyable event of the

season occurred in Belleview lasti
Thursday evening, March 10th, in the j

town hall, it being the reunion of Mrs. j
'Reynolds and the pupils of her school,

woo were tne noys ana guis oi over
30 years ago. Mrs. Reynolds who
formerly was Miss Emma L. Miller,
of Cleveland, Ohio, came to teach the
village school in the fall of 1887. and
during-a period of nine years taught

Six years, mere are about zo iormer

members of her school, some of whom
'reside here, others spending the win

ter here. The 10th of March was Mrs.
Reynolds birthday, and the members
of her school surprised her that eve evening.
ning. evening. -"
In the early days of our town the
hall was the school room five days in

a week, and was chosen as the most
'appropriate place to meet. After the
frst greetings and surprise, of meet meet-jing
jing meet-jing were over, the one in charge of
the program, though not a member of

the tchool, expressed herself as most
fortunate in being honored with a

place among the happy company, and
,pid a most fitting tribute to Mrs.
Reynolds, whom she has known from
I her first coming to Belleview. She
;tben announced "America," which was
' sung with old-time spirit, after which
Miss Hilda Monroe, an accomplished
pianist,' played "II Trovatore," with
great expression, which was much ap appreciated'
preciated' appreciated' '.
Mrs. B. N. Tanner, formerly from
Ohio, who fifty years ago was a stud-

y.ent m Mrs. Reynolds' school in that

'state, gave some very pleasing mem

jories of those days and spoke especial

ly of Mrs. Reynolds opening her

school, with reading of scripture and
prayer, of the influence it had upon
the pupils, of their high regard for
her and expressed the thought that if
i all the students she had taught could
meet her again, it would be a large

and notable gathering.
. Mrs. Ida Harrold then read a paper

in the form of a letter, "The Events of

a Day in School," which was fine, and
.brought out the names of- students,
land amusing incidents of years ago.
Mrs. Mae Millican told of some of

the mischief she practiced behind her
geography cover; .of the stern eye of
the teacher who discovered it, and the

penalty of sitting up in front, to, be

gazed at by the school, but the long
ago realized punishment was just.
Mrs. Mabel Davis then read ex extract
tract extract from- a school paper' entitled
"The Belleview Rambler," of which

she was one of the editors. It consist

ed of essays "and rhymes, written by
the pupils, which .were interesting
and amusing. ,

; Mrs. Male, formerly Miss Mary

Brooks, and her sister. Miss Florence
Brooks, gave high tribute to Mrs.

Reynolds as a teacher, the former

speaking of the opening of the school,

with reading the bible-and", prayer,
and of her 'learning the 19th Psalm,
and Miss Florence mentioned the. fact

that they were thoroughly drilled' im

the multiplication table, and after a
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iew years, wnen luey.went nortn to

j reside, entering a school of some six

hundred pupils, after passing a pre

hminary examination their teacher

asked .where they had attended

school. : .v ;

Others who spoke were Mrs. Lora

Crandall, Mr. Rex Nichols and Mr.
Edward Pelot, all expressing the

highest regard for their teacher, and

j cherishing the memory of those days

as most delightful.

Mrs. Louis Weihe sang a" fine solo,

the words haying been written for the

occasion: "We are gathered in the old

school room tonight." The former pu

pils then marched around Mrs. Rey

nolds' chair, singing "Can Auld Ac

quaintance be Forgot," and showered

her with birthday, cards. Then Mrs.

Reynolds told us, by request, how she

happened to come from Tier western

home to Florida, and. closed with very

appropriate, appreciative remarks

telling how this little gathering of

her former pupils had touched her

heart that words failed to express
all she felt, and trusting that all had
started right and chosen the best gift
for life, and if not now, now was the

time. v Surely none who .' heard her

speak will never forget the earnest

words of Mrs. Reynolds.

Mrs. F. F. Wendell then presented
in behalf of the pupils a beautiful bas

ket of flowers .and a vase of red roses,
which had been artistically arranged

bf Miss Gertrude Turner, and fitting

ly added that Mrs. Reynolds had be'ea
honored and esteemed and a' success

ful, teacher, because she had honored

God, by putting. the bible and prayer

first in her school, and God had re

warded her, as he had promised.' with

long. life and many honors, and thai

the influence of a conscientious. Chris Christian
tian Christian teacher cannot be estimated in
this life, only the angels know,' and

eternity will disclose.

Refreshments of fruit puncn and
cake were then served after which

there was an old fashioned spelling

match. Some of the pupils afforded

great amusement by showing they
had forgotten the lessons of long 4 go.
At a late hour the guests departed,

wishing Mrs. Reynolds many happy
returns of -the day.
Those present were Mrs. Male from

Brooklyn, N. Y.; Mrs. Davis, Canton,
Mass.; Miss Irma B. Wendell, Fort
Plain, N. Y.; Miss Florence Brooks,

Lake Weir,- and the following from
Belleview: Mrs. Amos Nott. Mrs. Sam

Millican, Mrs. John Harrold, Mrs.

Charles Crandall. MrsT B. N. Tanner,

Mr. Edward Pelot, Mr. Claude Ab Ab-shire,
shire, Ab-shire, Mr. Rex Nichols. There are

eleven others residing in -the vicinity

who were unable to be "present.

Those in eharge of the arrange

ments were Miss Irma Wendell, Mrs.
Nott, Mrs. Gale, Mrs. Millican, Mrs.
Davis and Mrs. Harrold. Great credit

is due these ladies for the success of

the event. E. B. W.

WACAHOOTA

Wacahoota March 17. After sev

eral weeks silence we will send in our

budget of news.

We are having some' very dry

weather now and the truck growers
are having trouble in getting up their
crops. n

The Central school dosed on Feb

ruary 25th with quite a nice little pro program.
gram. program. The prizes for the most per perfect
fect perfect lessons were received by Claude
Dorman in the 6th and 7th grades,

and by J. D. Brut on in the 5th grade.

Both received a nice fountain pen.
Dolvin Dorman won the pijze in the
third grade and received a knife.

Martha Britt received a pair of silver

hat pins and Clara Simmons a silver

thimble for making the most head

marks in school.

Dr. E. B. Howell, who has been

spending some time with his brother,
Mr. Lute Howell, has gone to Atlanta

o a hospital for treatment. His many

friends here hope he will be much

benefited by the treatment.

Fish are biting these warm days

and fish frys are the order of the day.

Mrs. Lute Howell's friends gave her

a surprise birthday party on the 28th
and all had a good time.

Mrs. J. W. Bradley is in Jackson-'

ville with her brother, Mrs. L D.
Smith. -..

Mrs. Elvin Bruton spent Saturday

in Raleigh with her mother, Mrs. M.

Phiney.

Mr. and Mrs. R. P. Smith and Mrs.

Smith's sister. Miss Rae Watkins of
Atlanta, motored to Micanopy Thurs

day afternoon.

Mr. and Mrs.fW. M. Torlay and

children and Mr. Wilton Dunning of

Gainesville were dinner guests of Mrs.
C. R. Curry Sunday.

Mrs. J. O. Tyson and children spent

Sunday afternoon in Gainesville and
attended services there that night.

Mr. and 'Mrs. G. W. Bradshaw and

children of Archer .were Sunday visi visitors
tors visitors to Mrs. C R. Curry.

. Mr. Albert Jones of Atlanta, who is

visiting-his parents at Tacoma, was
a pleasant caller in our midst Satur Saturday
day Saturday afternoon.

Owing to the illness of the pastor,

Rev. Guy of Williston, there' was no

service at the Methodist church Sun

day.

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Tailor made suits we specialize on.

Parker & Gugnn. 17-6t

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ANTHONY

Anthony, March 16. Mr. and Mrs.

R. R. Russell are expecting their sou,
Mr. Kingman 'L. Russell andwife of
Milwaukee.- .

Mr. Clarence Post and Mr. Ralph

Manning, who have been right sick,

are improving. .

Little Miss Zelma Zimmerman,

Mike Zimmerman and Miss Sydney

Mae Johnson are sick this week, also

Miss Annie Bell Snelgrove and Master

Henry Johnson.

Mr. John Talton has charge of the

depot during Mr. Padgett's absence.

Miss Maude Brown is the happy

possessor of a pretty new piano, a

gift from her parents, Mr. and Mrs.

G. M. Brown.

Mrs. N. K. Higginbotham, Mrs.

Mason Tyson and children of Gaines Gainesville,
ville, Gainesville, Mr. Y. D. Eirwin. Miss Pearl
Glenn, Mr. Standlin, Miss Esther Eir Eirwin
win Eirwin and Mr. Thomas of Ocala were
callers in Anthony Sunday.

There will be preaching services at
the Methodist chuch Friday night,

Saturday night, Sunday morning and

Sunday night of this week, conducted
by the pastor. Rev. Mann Every one
invited to attend. Rev. Mann

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preaches good sermons ana we are

sure -these services will be very in

teresting.-

Mr. B. K. Padgett has gone ta Nor-

a a A. 9

folic 8yid uoiumBia on a Dusiness tnp.
His daughter. Miss Mattie Lee. who :

has been visiting in Columbia, S. C
since Christmas, will return with her

father.

On account of the services at the

Methodist church the Baptist, ice
cream supper has been postponed.

Friday and Saturday nights of next

week, March 25-26. there will be a
minstrel given by the school, conduct-

ed by Miss Hodge principal -of the

school. The entertainment will be'
given in the club building for the

benefit of the school and club..

Mr. S. P. Lamb and Mr. R. R. Rus

sell went on a. nsmng trip mesoay.
and returned with some beautiful fish.

four of which were trout weighing.

about three pounds each.
' Anthony has good pTospects for a
fine peach crop. Mrs. S. K, Harwell
was JLhe first to enjoy a ripe- peach;
two weeks ago, and Mr. G. K. Keeney

was the second to pick a ripe one. 4

Crops are needing ram Daaiy, out out-some
some out-some lettuce is being shipped each

day. f.

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What the President of the Ford Motor Company says about PRICES.
We have received the following from Mr. Edsel Ford, president of
the Ford Motor Company:
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"There is no change in the present Ford Car and Truck prices,
which already are at the lowest possible figure, and now with
-- rock bottom reached on the Tractor price a further reduction in
price in either the car. Truck or Tractor is out of the question; in
fact the big price cuts have been made in anticipation of continu continuous
ous continuous maximum production and increase may be necessary before
long if a large volume of new business is not obtained. Therefore
' present prices of Ford products cannot be guaranteed against pos possible
sible possible incease.,, J
While there is an actual shortage of Ford cars in other sections,
due to the closing down of the factories, we have been able to se secure
cure secure a few extra cars for Spring trade and can make immediate
delivery of a limited number. ;
BUY NOW WHILE THE PRICES ARE DOWN AND THE CARS ARE
. AVAILABLE. DELAY MAY EE B0STLY TO YOU.

DEALERS

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Brand Milk, Per Can . .
Large Beach Nut Peanut Butter a Jar Jar-3
3 Jar-3 lb. Can Maxwell House Coffee..,.
Creani ol Wheat, Per Package
1 1-2 White .Kara, Per Can. . : ....
1 1-2 Blue Lable Karo, Per Can
5 lb. Can White Karo ;
White Bacon, Per Pound
Compound Lard, Per Pound: .

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If yon have any society items for

the Star, please -call five-one.

Smoke Sentilla.'

Best 10c ciar. m

Mrs. Lester Ponder ia expected

home tomorrow from a two weeks
visit in Tampa. ,

SECOND VAUDEVILLE

, A GREAT SUCCESS

There's no extra charge for cleari clearing
ng clearing your, fish at the city fish market.

Phone 158. tl

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

Ladies spring hats for spring and

street wear. Parker & Guynn. 17-6t

The vaudeville show which the high

school girls put on between the first
and second show at the Temple last
night was witnessed by a packed
house. The fame of this company had
already gone abroad as one perform performance
ance performance had been given by them at the
high school carnival, held here some

weeks ago. Each and every one of

the numbers was excellent, the music,

lighting and costuming equalling

many .a professional performance

that has been put on here. This act
cleared a neat sum of about $45 net.

The program was as follows:

"Beinboo Isle Ruby Edwards and

chorus.

"Chili Beau"' Ruby Edwards and

chorus.

Sweet Mama" Ruby Edwards and

chorus..

LOSS OF WEIGHT

Mineral Vei:?. Vi. "1 am glad

to have the prlvflr cf recommend

ing Dr. Fierce
medidae. I was
all nm-doTm and
in a very bad con condition.
dition. condition. Had doc doctored
tored doctored hundreds -of

Miss Dorothy. Schreiber has return

ed home after a pleasant visit at Lake

Weir with Mrs. J. J. Neighbour.

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' TWO PHONES, 162 & 377

Why worry about Sunday dinner?

You can get one at Hunter's Cafeteria

for less than you can prepare one. It

Don't fail to visit the Guarantee

Clothing & Shoe Company. Every

thing we sell is guaranteed. We're

fighting for QUALITY not prices, tf

FISHEL'S have always been known

for the good hose they haadle for la

dies and men, and now they are intro

ducing the best known children's hose.

Try WONDERHOSE for the kid

dies. 10-3t

Mr. and Mrs. Frank Broderick and

little son, who went up to Jacksonville

in their car, are expetced home to

morrow. "...

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ADVErnSELiSTJiS
W'TED LOST, FOUND, F02
SALE, FOR RENT AND SIM SIMILAR
ILAR SIMILAR LOCAL NEEDS

never rocei ed any

bnePt JroM tb
djctt.-s iiediclsa,
r.t.'a spon f "r I aa aa-Iniue
Iniue aa-Iniue trovi ie. but

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was oniy. aoie -io cms urcuau, aua
kept geii-tg v.-orsi all. the time. I

only weigbtd'115 pourds. A friend

recommended Dr. Pierce's medicine

to me so I took -four Dotties 01 cne
Favorite Prescription and now I do

all my work and take care of four,
children, and I weigh 173. MRS.
ETHEL. RICHARDS, R.' FJJ. 1.

The Bov Scouts of Ocaa held their

Rates: Six lines, maximum, one tiae.

dolors away and 25c; three times. 50c; six times, 75c;

one month, S3. Payable ia advance.

Tell" Me Little Gypsy"-Margaret fif Purl n Friday last at the home

Overton and Margaret Hocker.

Specialty dance by Ethel Horne and

Elizabeth Horne.

Coming Through the Rye" Musie

Bullock.

"Sand Man" Ruth Collins and

chorus.

Specialty dance, "Your. Eyes Have

Told Me So" Margaret Hoeker.

Specialty Dance Callie Gissendan-

er; Broadway Kose Mrs.- Manly.

Selection High School Orchestra.
Oriental Dance Louise Spencer.

"Bubble Land" Ruby Edwards and

chorus.

"Old Fashioned Garden" Ruth

Collins and Margaret Hocker.

The chorus was composed of: Jess
Dehon, Christine Close. Whilden Gil-.

more, Mabel Goldman, Marie Robert
son, Mabel Lytle, Sidney Cullen, An

nie MacKay, Ethel Horne, Elizabeth

Home, Margaret Overton and Char

lotte Chazal.

WOOD Giles Wood Yard. Seasoned
- oak or pine wqpd for either stove or
' fireplace, $1 and S2 per load. Yard
corner South Main and. Third Sis.

Phone 112. 2-22-tf

FOR SALE Twenty million Living Livingston
ston Livingston Globe tomato plants at 2 per
N 1000. Livingston true blue seed. In
5000 lots or more, $1.50 per 1000.
Ruby King Peppers' $2.00 per 1000.
Wauchula Plant Farm, Wauchula,
' Fla. 3-1-lm

Hooper, when a' party of 14 scouts en

joyed a chicken .purlo, followed by

cake-, after which the evening was
spent in drill and games. The party

broke up about 11 o'clock and gave
three cheers for Mrs. Hooper for her
hospitality, which they had so greatly
enjoyed and appreciated.

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.

Battles of 100 at one dollar each at

Ceri Drug Store. tf

Scooters, 60 cents each while they

last. Court Pharmacy. 16-6t

FOR SALE Dligh; proof tomato
plants, 20c. per hundred, $1.25 pet
1000. C. XL Coocer. Ocala, Fla.
Phone 389. ll-6t

TOMATO PLANTS Ry the 100, 20
. cents; 1000, $1.25. Call at 702 E.
4th St. R, N. Dosh. 10-4t

FOR SALE One Maxwell 1920 1 1-ton
ton 1-ton truck, used for light work about
four months. Bargain. Also one
Peacock. Nathan Majo, Summer Summer-field,
field, Summer-field, Fla. 15-tf

AGENTS WANTED I waat live men -to
handle the greatest invention of

the age; can r.take $500 a month, or
over. Call at No. 113 S. Magnolia
street ar.d b? convinced. 15-6t

We wash cars and guarantee the

best job in town at reasonable prices.

Kumbak Service Station. 12-6t

CHIROPRACTIC

. A most beautiful line of materials
for Easter Frocks at FISHEL'S. 15-tf

A safe and sure way to get well and

stay welL DR. KIPLINGER.

17-3t - ; ;. Ocala House.

Among the many improvements

that are now being made in Ocala, a
notable one is that being made by the

owners "of the Florida House. The
entire exterior of this hotel is being
I stuccoed, and its appearance will be

greatly improved thereby.

1917 Ford touring car in good con

dition. Spencer-Pedrick Motor Co. tf

15.09

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Tire PfIccs Mcdiiccd j
DIAMOND Non-Skid, 30x3. A A J
'old nrice feo 00. nowi...- $M.i .Ull :"

DIAMOND Plain, 30x3,
, old. price $17.60, now., .r.

, 6,000 Mile Guarantee ;
FEDERAL, FISK AND DIAMOND TUBES
NEW PRICES Overhauling Ford motor $16.
Overhauling Ford rear end, $5 for time.
Grinding Ford valves, $3.
' MX II E G AWA E E
J AS. ENGESSER, Proprietor
Phone 258 West Broadway

I W. K. Lane, phyaidan and The. "Variety" is .a new nackage of

' i.Anvi anAaliaf mwm mm MM mitA I XT. - l i .

-r -y--""-- t iiurris vaniies on saie nere. auneen

throat. Office over 5 and 10 cent store.

Ocala, Fla. Adv. tf

Men's straw hats, $3 $3.50 and $4.1

Parker & Guynn. : 17-6t

Miss Cornelia Dozier and Master : You can always;get fresh' or salt

Harry Dozier went to Orlando today water fish, oysters, shrimp, etc. at

spend the week-end witn tneiri the City Fish Market on Port Kin

aunt, Mrs. sylvan JM.cn.iroy. avenue. Phone 168. tf

Dont xau to visit tne V0111" i Last nieht the home of Rev. and

Clothing -A Shoe Company. Every- J Mrs. C. L. Collins was the scene of a

Mm a 111 I I

,utng we seu is guaranteed, were very enjoyable St. Patrick's narty

fighting for QUALITY not price, tf given by the B. Y. P. U. of the Bap

tist church. The house was tastily

Shoes. Ladies' men's and children's, j decorated in green and most of the

C. V. ROBERTS. Phone 305

BARNEY SPENCER, Phone 431

ROBERTS & SPENCER

Funeral Directors and Emhalmers

Private Morgue and Chapel. Personal Service to all.
Motor Equipment. Coffins and Caskets Delivered.

Office Phone 350

Ocala, Florida

217 West Broadway

a inc. a.

Where a delicate organ

Wvlike the eye is concerned
'the best possible atten-

.ee tion is advisable.
- Jyt Consult
DR. K. J. WEIIIE,

. Optpmetrist and Optician
Eyesight Specialist
HAILROAD SCHEDULES
' Arrival and departure of passenger
trains at OCALA UNION STATION,
The following schedule ; figures pub published
lished published as information and not guar-
. anteed. ;. ' -, -; ;
(Eastern Standard Time)
SEABOARD AIR LINE RAILROAD
; Leave .' - Arrive
2:20 am Jacksonville-N'York 2:10 am
1:55 pm Jacksonville 1:50 pm
:4:17 pm Jacksonville 3:50 pm
2:15am Tampa-
Manatee-St Petrsbrg 4:05 pm
2:55 am N'York-St. ,Petrsbrg 1:35 am
:2:15am Tampa ; 2:15 am

1:50 pm Tampa-Manatee 1:35 pm 4

4:05 pm -Tampa-So. Petrsbrg 4:0o pm
; ATLANTIC COAST LINE R. R.
Leave Arrive
: 2:27 am Jacksonville-N'York 2:33 am
1 :45 pm Jksonville-Gainsville 3:24 pm
,6:42 am Jksonville-Gansville 10:13 pm
2:33 am StJetsbrg-Lakeland 2:27 am
34t)m StPetsbre-Lakeland 1:25 pm

7:10 am Dunnellon-Wilcox
' 7:25 am Dunellon-Lkeland 11:03 pm

3:30 pm Homosassa 1:25 pm j

I

S LET US BUILD YOU A!

BUIALOW
Select your own lot and
plans. ? Terras: half cash,
balance like rent. Call and
talk it over with us.
- RAY & THQMSOH
; Abstract Building

C. Cecil Bryant
PUBLIC ACCOUNTANT
" Room 22 Holder Block 1
PHONE 195 OR 332

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

m

Right merchandise at right prices.

Parker & Guynn. 17-6t

Mr. R. S. Hall has started the erec

tion of an attractive six-room colonial

bungalow on his lot on Fort King. The
house will be-built .of tile and finished

in stucco. It will be one of the pret

tiest of its kind in the city, and will

be quite an addition to Ocala. Ray &

Thomson have the contract.

Our spring. HATS elicit the praise

of many admirers, not only for their

style, but for their reasonable prices.

FISHEL'S. .. .... 3-3t

Men's shirts, fancy silk stripe.

Prices right. Parker & Guynn. 17-6t

FOR SALE To:nato plants, 15 cents

per 100; 100,000 improved Porto
Rico sweet potato slips ready to
plant now, $1.50 per 1000. Send
orders to C. Y. Miller, 124 South
Tenth. St, Ocala, Fla. 15-tf

FOR SALE 50 Rhode Island Red and

Bun Orpington pullets. Also one
pet goat. Apply phone 373, or E.
S. Huson, Ocala. 16-3t

FOR SALE Pure bred S. C. White

Leghorn eggs for setting, also S. C
R. I. eggs, $1.50 for. 15. Free deliv.;
ery anywhere in city. Call phone
446. 16-3t

LOST Kentucky auto license num-
ber, 160,769. One dollar reward
for return to Murphy's garage. St

WANTED To buy light one-horse
wagon. Must be cheap for cash.
Address G. G. Maynard, Ocala. 17-tf

WANTED Ap energetic woman to
carry on the Nu-Bone corset work
in Ocala and vicinity. Mrs. T. A.
Quinn, Star office. l7-6t

Keds, high and low quarters. Parker
& Guynn. 17-6t

guests came with some conspicuous

article of green displayed on their

persons. Games and contests were

enjoyed and then each guest was re

quired to give an Irish joke before he
or she could partake of the refresh-
m MM m m m

rnents. ine coior sen erne ol green

and white was followed in the refresh-

.. TT J 1 I

jars, juauae ixome accompamea uyiments. Shamrocks and attractive

her guest, Mrs. Konode. left early this geen hats were given each guest as

morning for a trip down tne t.astj souvenirs of the occasion.

uoast, tneir oesiination Demg Aitamu

Mr. Cecil Clark accompanied them.

"It is hard for me to choose, they

are all so pretty," remarked a laay

who was buying a HAT from

ISHEL'S. 3-3t

If it's auto accessories, we've got
em Kumbak Service Station. 12-6t
Mrs. L. N. 'Green's Sunday school

class will hold a. sale on the Ocala
House porch Saturday. Aprons, fancy
work, cake and candy. 17-2

WANTED Colored boy at 18 to 20

years old. Apply to Sam R. Pylet
& Co., undertakers. 17-tf

You will be more than delighted

when vou try a box of our delicious

Bring us that old tire and well Lo,, Cabin Candv. and our. Martha

prove that vulcanizing pays. Kumbak Washington Candy. THE VOGUE Is

Service btation. lz-te rot vnn-r unv. Pfcnn rsin A rk frt

quick delivery of our QUALITY ICEl

NEEDIIAr.l MOTOR CO.
General Auto Repairing
and Storage
. Gasoline, Oils and Grease
USED CARS FOR SALE

Cars Washed ,$100

Cars Polished ..... -50

Oklawaha Ave. &. Orange St

Phone 252

Best grade nana tailored genuine

Palm Beach suits, all colors and sizes.
Parker & Guynn. 17-6t

CREAM.

29-tf

Did you know you could get a pair

of all-wool blue serge TROUSERS at

FISHEL'S for $5.95?

A new lot of Powder Puffs just in

at Gerig'a Drug Store. tf

For croner auto lubrication use Sin.

3-3t ciaij. ofls. Kumbak Service Station., 6t

Ite louowmg nave Deen visitors Hot Boston baked beans and brown

. & mar I

to ucaia m tne last day or two: miss bread for Saturday night supper at

i-ranees s. wunams, uunneiion; missi Carter's Bakery. 18-2t

Annie Ross. Gaiter; Mr. and Mrs.

Nathan Mayo, Summerfield; Mr. C

E. Tremere and Mr. Sands Haviland,

Belle view

Sentilla Cigars sold everywhere, m

If you want the best in tires, buy

the Hood. Kumbak Service Station. 6t

Angel

Bakery.

and pound cake at Carter's

'' .18-2t

vBaby Overland in good condition;

good tires, top and paint.
Spencer-Pedrick Motor Co.

i

Did you know you could get a pair

Terms. 1 u-wx1 blue serge TROUSERS at

iei r ISllrlL for J5J5I S-3t

As

a strengthening tonic there !s

nothing better than Nux and Iron

Tonic Tablets. SI per bottle of 100

tablets at Gerig'a Drug- Store. Guar

antied or money back.. tf

NOTICE

Of

to SeO

10:15 pm

Leesburg

6:42 am

4:45 pm Gainesville 11:50 am

'Monday. Wednesday, Friday.

Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday.

Auto Repairing!
all cars"
CYLINDERS RE-BORED AND
WELDING
JFFICIENT WORKMEN,
PROMPT SERVICE i
REASONABLE CHARGES
GEO, J. WILLIAMS
Formerly Carroll Motor Company
Garage, Osceola St.
PHONE 597 Night 408

t
1.

Studebaker 7-passenger car, good

Annl and nound cake at Carter's tires and in good repair. Make us. a

Bakery. 18-2t price. Spencer-Pedrick Motor Co. 16tf

Application for Leave

- Minor's Land

Notice is hereby given to all whom

ri may concern, that Mary Etta Will
iams, as guardian of Aurie Ersel Wil
liimt minnr vnll nn Id

Mrs. L. N. Green's Sunday school 20th day of April A. D. 1921.

class will hold a sale On the Ocala I apply to the Honorable L..E. Futch,

House norch Saturday. Aprons, fancy I county judge in and for Marion coun

, ..... j rm I iy. ai j.u ocjock. a. du or as soon

wora, case ana noy. thafti- th mttir run h hMnl.

for authority to sell, at private sale,
the following described real estate.

17-2t

Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Hammer of
Pittsfield, Kass arrived in Ocala yes yesterday,
terday, yesterday, -making the trip by automo automobile.
bile. automobile. They were on the road about
two weeks. Mr. Hammer has pur purchased
chased purchased the Waggoner grove at Fort
McCoy and in the future they expect
to make their home here.

Best grade Blue Chambray work

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

in Marion county. Florida, to-wit:

Lot number nineteen, as shown

upon the map of Snow's 'Addition,

East Lake, rlonda, as recorded m
plat book "A," page 184. in the office

of clerk of the circuit court in and for

Marion county, Florida.

Said land belonging to the estate

of George F. William a, deceased, and

to be sold Sot the best interest of said

minor.
Dated March 18, A. O. 1921.
Mary Etta Williams,
3-18-5t-fri Guardian

L. ALEXANDER

PRACTICAL CONTRACTOR AND

BUILDER
Careiul estimates made on all eo

tract vork. Gives more and better
work ft r the money than any other

contractor in the city. ?

Make your home more attractive by

ha vine your spotted mirrors re-

silvered. Auto headlights re-nickeled.

All-kinds of Electro Plating.

Ocala ITiTTor and Plating Works

Yonge Block, Ft. King Ave. Phone 504

OR SALE Globe tomato plants.
Address R. J. Johnson care J. C.
Howell, Route A, Ocala, Fla. 18-3t

CELERY Crisp and tender. Limited

quantity for sale from my garden,
10c. a bunch. No delivery. Call at
702 E. 4th St. R. N. Dosh. 18-St

WANTED Two white women for

work in cafeteria. Experience nec necessary.
essary. necessary. Hunter's Cafeteria. 18-3t

FOR' SALE Nice laree home with

ample grounds, in best residence
section. Fine proposition for con
verting into! "apartments, or would
make two smaller houses for invest investment.
ment. investment. Call on or write Max Fishel,
Ocala, Fla." 18-12t

FOR RENT One house with garage

and two .furnished or unfurnished
rooms. Phone 221, or call at 607 Ft.
'King Ave. 18-6t

FOR RENT Two connected furnish furnished
ed furnished rooms for light housekeeping on
first floor; close in; reasonable. 223
Ocklawaha or phone 145. 18-3t

WANTED 5 or 6 room cottage, fur furnished
nished furnished preferred, close to schooL
Would consider yearly lease if suit suited.
ed. suited. W. J. LaLonde, care Needham
Bros, Tel 193, or Yonge block. Apt.
No- 18-Ct

LIFE

fihe

A. E. GER1G
INSURANCE
Ocala, Florida
ACCIDENT AUTOMOBILE

FOR QUICK SALE 1920 Maxwell
touring car, perfect condition, run
only 2200 miles. Will sell for 675
if sold by Monday night. J. D. Me Me-CaskilL
CaskilL Me-CaskilL phone 446. 18-3t

J

mules' 'tmm:

;;V ; Pfccac 519
111. W. Broadway

Unclassified ads. gets results.

uG0.Huj8C9.
Fcneral Directors
and Em&almcrs
Two Licensed EabaJraera
Motor Funeral Cars
Private Morgue and Chapel
Day Phone 47
Night Phone 515
G. B. Overton, Manager

LOST Last night at the Temple the-
ater a cameo ; brooch; white on
black ground, gold mounting. Re Return
turn Return to Mrs. Edwards at Irs. Maud
Home's residence. 18-St

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