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OCALA, FLORIDA, TUESDAY, MARCH 29. 1U21-
IS A GOOD FRIEUD
OF WILL DUI1RQY
n mm r
RUSSIA IS RISIIIG
ODEfOF C IHCAGO
President Harding Taking Counsel
Before Marking Out a
Washington. March 29. The rail
road situation occupied the cabinet's
attention today, President Harding
calling for opinions from members of
the cabinet preparatory to framing
a general administration policy.
SANFORD WANTS A HOSPITAL
A delegation is "here from Sanford,
Fla., today to urge the public health
service to locate one of its five new
hospitals in Sanford,
COLD WAVE FADING
The cold wave continued in the
eastern states today but is giving
away to normal temperatures in the
middle west. Dissipation of the cold
spell by tomorrow night' except in
Florida is predicted..
BY THE PRESIDENT
Charles G. Dawes and Ten Others
Will Conduct Inquiry Into Treat Treatment
ment Treatment of Ex-Service Men
( Associated i'rfcss)
Washington, Siarch 29. A
mittee of t eleven, headed by Charles
G. Dawes, has been appointed bytasked "How near home are we?"
President Harding to conduct an in- J :
quiry into the administration of the
war risk bureau, the board for voca vocational
tional vocational training and th,e care and treat
ment of wounded. or impaired service
' (Associated l'ress)
Washington, March 29. Georgia's
negro population in 1920 was 1,206, 1,206,-365,
365, 1,206,-365, an increase of 2.5 per cent over
-1910. The white population was
1,689,114, an increase of 18 per cent.
FLORIDA PLOW LANDS
. INCREASE IN VALUE
Washington, March 29 Plow lands
in Florida average $4 more per acre
in value this year than a year ago, $7
higher than in 1919 and $8 higher
than in 1918, according to a report
just issued by the department of agri agriculture.
culture. agriculture. For the state as a whole the aver-
age value of poor plow lands this year
in given bs annexe, mmc xou jrx i
it was $23 and in 1919 their value was
$21. Average good plow lands were
valued at $55 an acre this year com compared
pared compared with $35 last year and $48 in
The average value of all plow lands
in the state this year is placed at
$40, last year at $36.' in 1918 at $33
and in 1917 at $32.
GOMPERS SENDS REGRETS
Washington, March 29. Samuel
Gompers, president of the American
.Federation of Labor, who had accept accepted
ed accepted an. invitation to make the princi principal
pal principal address before the annual conven convention
tion convention of the Florida State Federation
of Labor during its four-day session
at West Palm Beach, which begins
April 5, has been forced to-cancel the
engagement. Mr, Gompers sent word
to the state federation officials that
he greatly regretted being unable to
visit Florida and speak to the members.-
Circumstances have arisen to
prevent Mr. Gompers making the trip
at this time.
HAVE A "WHITE WAY"
i Associated Press) i
Tallahassee, March 29. Tallahas Tallahassee
see Tallahassee soon will enter the list of places
boasting "white ways." if merchants
and property owners accept a propos proposal
al proposal of the city-, commissioners. The
commissioners have offered to furnish
the power if the merchants and prop-
erty Holders win erect tne necessary
By the day or hour will cut and fit
work to be finished at your home,
.Especial attention given to children's
clothes. Appointments made. No. 313:
Oklawaha avenue. Phone 262.
You can always get fresh or salt
water fish, oysters, shrimp, etc., at 1
the City Fish Market on Fort King
avenue, rnone jlos.
Japan Could Pick No Better Man than
Veuizelos to Intercede with
the United State
(Associated Press j t
' Athens, March 29 Former Premier
Venizelos is going to Japan to be a
guest of the Japanese emperor, who
will ask him to arbitrate the difficul difficulties
ties difficulties pending between Japan and the
United States, says a London dispatch
CONEY PASSED BAD NIGHT
AND IS WEAKER TODAY
Natchez, March 29. Lieut. Coney
passed a very restless night and is
much weaker today. He was barely
conscious at 10 o'clock.
f Associated Press)
New Yorki .March 29. John Bur Bur-roughs,
roughs, Bur-roughs, a famous naturalist, died at
2 o'clock this morning on a train at
Kingsville, Ohio. He was 84 years
old. Burroughs was on his way home
to 'New York from California. He
had been ilksix weks with an abscess
on his chest and heart and
i complications. The end came sud-
denly" a few minutes after he had
GOOD ROADS MEETING
AT TALLAHASSEE TODAY
( Associated Press)
Tallahassee, March 29. State rqad
department officials and others inter
ested in legislation pertaining to the
automobile traffic have been invited to
attend the final meeting of the legis
lative committee of the Florida State
Automobile A ssociation, which is be
ing held here today.
Resolutions recently adopted by the
automobilists at their annual conven
tion aF Cocoa will be presented to the
legislature by Judge Gibbs, general
counsel for the association, in an ef
fort to have that body adopt meas
ures sought by the organization.
EUSTIS REWARDS A
i.usus, xaarcn zy. Charlie iLee, a
local policeman, has been presented
with a purse of $100 by citizens of
Eustis for his success in preventing
me rooDery oi uie American nan way
Express office here recently. Lee dis discovered
covered discovered a gang of five men breaking
into the office and afte ra pistol battle
with the bandits succeeded in drivins
them away. Scores of shots were
fired by the officer and the would-be
robbers but apparently none of them
found a mark as the officer was un
injured and the bandits succeeded in
BOARD OF CONTROL'S
New Smyrna, March 29 The board
of trade of this city by unanimous
action has gone on record as protest protesting
ing protesting against any reduction in the bud-
gte for Florida's institutions of high-
ier learning as prepared and approved
by the board of control. Letters of
protest are being sent to members of
the state hoard of education and
state board of control. The Univer University
sity University of Florida is regarded as an in integral
tegral integral part of Florida's common
school system, it is declared, and it is
held to be important that the state
' ? A T 1 a m a
assist in me support or. tne university
in order that the young men of Flor Florida
ida Florida may have the opportunity of ob obtaining
taining obtaining a higher education at low
JUDE GUTHRIE IS
AFTER THE TRUANTS
Jacksonville, March 29. Judge
Guthrie, who presides over Duval
county's juvenile court, has. been
wielding a wicked judicial club this
jmont ho nerring school boys. Four
jwhite and six negro truants have been
j sentenced to the Industrial School for
Boys, at Marianna. Judge Guthrie
declares he intends to do his part to-
ward enforcing the law requiring
All Garcia de)ra cigars wrapped?
tf t in tin foil; 10 cents all dealers. 25-lm
State Bar Association Appointed a
Committee to Appear Before Leg Legislature
islature Legislature in Their Behalf
Jacksonville, March 29. A commit committee
tee committee of three from the state bar asso association
ciation association was appointed y today by the
convention here to bring to the atten attention
tion attention of the. legislature the inadequate
salaries paid supreme court and cir circuit
cuit circuit court judges. The motion as
originally offered declared the su supreme
preme supreme court salaries should be $7500
yearly and those of circuit judges
$6000, but a substitute motion adopt adopted
ed adopted made no mention of the salaries
Debate on the proposal to incorpo
rate the association and make mem
bership a prerequisite to practice law
in the state was in progress at noon
with indications that it would be
AUTO OVERTURNED ANP
INJURED FOUR PEOPLE
Jacksonville, March 29. Two Jack
sonville women and two men were in
jured early today when an autoroo
skidded and overturned while
speeding. None were seriously hurt.
H. A. Fuchs of. Tampa, J. M. Dean of
New York, Miss Annette Newsom
and her sister, Mrs. H. H. Howell,
were occupants of the car.
BOUND OVER AT MIAMI
Hill's Defalcation Total Less Than
$700 Bond Fixed at $2500
" Associated Press)
Miami, March 29. J. T. Hill, an
attorney of Cordele, Ga., was bound
over under $250Q bail today for pass
ing worthless- checks and embezzle
ment. .Hill came here several months
aeo. His alleged defalcations total
less than $700.
MIAMI BOARD STRUCK OUT
THE EIGHT HOUR CLAUSE
Miami. March 29. The charter
board last night by a vote of nine to
two struck out the provision declaring
eight hours shall constitute a day's
work on municipal contracts.
TWO ON A BENCH
St. Petersburg, March 29. This
city, noted for the thousands of
benches placed .upon the streets and
in the parks. for the accommodation
of winter visitors and citizens, has
launched a new wrinkle in that re respect
spect respect as the result of an article by
Miss Edna Wilson, a tourist from
Poughkeepsie, N. Y., published in one
of the local newspapers. Heretofore
benches have been made long enough
to accommodate at least half a dozen
persons. Now a local concern is
turning out scores of them "built for
Many persons have criticised the
innovation as an encouragement to
"spooners" but jt appears the object
is to bring, together the lonely ones
rather than to provide a cozy corner
so much desired by those who have
sought and found.
BIRTHDAY CAKE CONTAINED
BOTTLES OF LIQUID CHEER
- Jacksonville; March 29. A-"birthday
cake", interrupted here on its
journey from London, England, to Mi
ami, didn t exactly "leak" but cus customs
toms customs official in some manner con conceived
ceived conceived the idea that things were not
just what they seemed to be. The
result was that the "cake" was cut
and found to contain, two small bot bottles
tles bottles of liquor, not such a very large
amounjt but enough to use for a toast
or two with five or six guests gather
ed around the festive board.
The "cake" proved to be hollow
with a cardboard box inside, and it
probably would have gone to its desti
nation had not the icing on the top
been a little too thin. It was discol
ored somewhat and a knife blade hi'
serted did not go very far before it
struck an object whose density was
heavier than that of the ordinary
Further investigation revealed
Rebels Have Formed "Democratic
White Republic" and are Attract-
ing Recruits from Bolshevik
f Associated Press j
London, March 29. Minsk, an im
portant city in western Russia, has
been captured by the revolutionaries.
The Eighth bolshevik army is" report reported
ed reported to have joined the revolutionists,
who have formed the democratic
white Russian republic.
RIOTERS CLASH WITH POLICE
Essen, Germany, March 29. Fif
teen rioters were killed and forty
wounded in a clash with the police
here today. An attempt to brirjg about
general strike in this region has
failed thus far.
CITY OF ESKI SHEHR
Object of Greek Offensive in
Minor Taken from the
London, March 29. The Greeks
have occupied the city of Eski Shehr,
one of the important objectives of the
Greek 'offensive in Asia Minor. The
Greeks captured many prisoners and
ROUGH STUFF AMONG
' (Associated Pressj
Alessendra, Italy, March 29. Two
persons were killed and several injur injured
ed injured in .fighting between nationalists
and socialists here last night.
Same in Spain
Barcelona, Spain, March 29. Three
workmen were killed and five others
wounded when six free syndicate
workers entered a saloon here last
night and began firing. Five of "the
assailants were captured. The men
killed and wounded belonged to an in
OCALA WILL HAVE A GUN CLUB
Messrs. W. P. Freer and Bruce
Meffert, both enthusiastic gunners,
are going to have a first-class gun
club for Ocala, or break a trace try trying.
ing. trying. They have bought a ten-acre
tract 2 miles out on theBliichton
road, and are going to put up traps
and targets and eventually a club
house. They can't be encouraged-too
much, because beside being a splen splendid
did splendid sport ability of good citizens to
handle a gun well is one of the coun
try's best safeguards.
NOTICE, MEMBERS OF
THE WOMAN'S CLUB
There will be a meeting of the
nominating committee of the Wom
an's Club next Friday afternoon at
the home of the chairman.' Members
are urged to fill out nomination
blanks and send to the committee
hprior to that date.
Mrs. Lester Warner, Chmn.
ST. AUGUSTINE WILL
St. Augustine, March 29. The
amusement concessions in tne .rlaza
here will be handled by the munitipa
authorities next season. The' loca
hotel association during the last two
winters has had charge of the enter
tainment features. In line 'with this
policy it is expected that the St. Johns
delegation at the' coming session of
the legislature will be asked to seek
an amendment to the1 city's charter
so a tax of one mill for publicity and
entertainment may be assessed. The
tax levy is expected to produce .about
IN A NOVEL MANNER
Washington, March 29. The great
er part of the citrus fruit crop of
Putnam county, Fla, was sold to tour tourists
ists tourists this season in special packs, the
department of agriculture reports
The boxes of fruit, packed aqcording
to directions of the county agricultur agricultural
al agricultural agent, proved to be popular and
tourists in addition to sending them
north as Christmas presents have
continued the practice since the holi holidays.
days. holidays. See Robert Hall or Ralph Cleveland
for your High School Annual. 26-3t
Ten Killed, Many More Injured and
Chicago, March 29. The explosion
which wrecked a warehouse on the
South Side this morning it is believed
caused the death of ten persons and
the injury of scores of others. Five
bodies had been recovered up to noon.
The cause of the accident is unknown.
The explosion was felt blocks away.
There was a panic in a large depart department
ment department store when the concussion shat
tered windows in the building.
SOLD A SECTION OF THE
GRAND CENTRAL STATION
York Sharper Found a Prize
Fool in Gregory Pantasi
New York, March 29. Gregory
Pantasi, a local restaurant proprietor,
complained to the 'police today that
he had paid $1200 for a large section
of the Grand Central station here to
a man who claimed he was the owner.
Pantasi went home to get $800 more
to complete the deal and on his return
found the man had disappeared with
the first payment. The police are
ooking for the sharper.
At the close of the business session
of missionary circle No. 3, yesterday
afternoon, the following program was
exceptionally well rendered:
Piano solo: Elizabeth Thackerson.
Reading, "The New Church Organ":
Miss Katherine Livingston.
Piano duet: Louie Smoak and Mar
Vocal duet, "The Banner of the
Cross": Misses -Ruby Edwards and
Maud Lillian Little.
Piano selection: Miss Annetta Eag-
OULTRY RAISERS. WILL
HOLD EGG LAYING CONTEST
Gainesville, March 29. Poultry
raiaers in Florida having become in
terested in egg laying contests as
conducted in various parts of the
country, contemplate taking steps
toward holding contests at the state
vmiversity here. Results at Storrs,
Conn., during the last eight years
and the contests at Vineland, N. J.,
since the establishment of the egg
contest plant at that place have been
followed closely by Florida poultry-
men. In launching the movement
for a FJorida contest they point out
that the state of New Jersey last year
recognized the Vineland event as of
such importance to the industry that
the legislature voted funds for the
establishment of two additional
DOC MARTIN PRESCRIBED
A DEADLY DOSE
Miami, March 29. Dr. Martin
Green, a negro, was placed under ar
rest here today when Joe Williams,
negro, died eight, minutes after tak
ing medicine prescribed by Green.
The vital organs of the dead man 'will
be sent to the state laboratory for
Pete wants a
. (Associated Press)
St. Petersburg, March 29. Steps
are "being taken to effect the conver
sion of the local headquarters com
pany of the Florida National Guard
into a howitzer company. Under the
new army regulations headquarters
companies are abolished and replaced
by service companies. Capt. George
M. Coslick is in charge of arrange arrangements
ments arrangements for the transfer and is seeking
to enlist the necessary 52 men. The
organization at present comprises ap
proximately 40 officers and enlisted
MANY WOMEN WILL
VOTE IN PENS A CO LA
V (Associated Preea)
Pensacola, March 29. .The newly
enfranchised women will outvote the
males in the coming municipal elec election
tion election if their registration can be taken
as an indication of their strength.
Registration Officer Kirkpa trick re
ports .the count now four to one in
favor of the women.
Poet and Protege of Mr. Bryan Died
in Chicago Last Night from
Wood Alcohol Poiaoniax
v (Associated Press)
Chicago, March 2& Will Reed
Dunroy, a poet and widely known as
a press agent, died last night from
the effects of wood alcohol poisoning.
Friends said he had not taken a drink
in years but yesterday asked for one
for a cold. Dunroy was forty-five and
in his younger days was a protege of
William Jennings Bryan, who paid
his way through the University of
RAILWAY LABOR BOARD
TURNED DOWN REQUEST
OF THE TRAFFIC LEAGUE
Chicago, March 29. The railway
labor board today declined to admit
the National Industrial Traffic
League to the rules case now before
the board. Hearing of the petitioner
would not be helpful and not in the
public interest the board said.
Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Wilson of the
Ocala House announce the marriage
of Mrs. Wilson's sister. Ml is Vaughn,
to Mr. W. N. Avera, which took place
in Jacksonville, Monday, March 28th.
Mrs. Avera is an attractive and
talented young lady, having played at
the Temple theater for some time.
Mr. Avera is a well known traveling
man, having lived in Ocala. He is con connected
nected connected with the Bailey Brothers To
bacco Company, and is now located in
acksonville. They will make their
home in Jacksonville and for the
present will be at the Seminole hotel.
A marriage of interest which took
place Sunday noon at Hernando, was
that of Mr. Allen C Hawkins of
BrooksviUe and Miss Margaret Bell
of Hernando. Immediately after the
ceremony, Mr. and Mrs. Hawkins
left on the Pinellas special for a wed
ding trip, including Atlanta, Balti
more and Washington. Mrs. Hawkins
is well known in Ocala, having at attended
tended attended school in Ocala and visited
here as the guest of "her aunt, Miss
Carrie Barco of this city.
MR, ROGERS' REPLY
TO MR. WATERS
Editor Star: I would not further
notice Mr. Waters communication to
your paper but he either does not
know or wilfully "handles the truth
very 'carelessly. When he said I spent
$8000 from Oct. 1st to January last
fall and when he said it was only the
retiring commissioners that tried to
spend everything in sight and some
that wasn't, this Is untrue. He can
call it what he pleases. The records
show that on Jan. 1, 1921, Commis Commissioner
sioner Commissioner Meffert had on hand $7742.12,
Commissioner Talton had on hand
$5028, Commissioner Sogers had on
hand $5390.01. That board had pur purchased
chased purchased over $15,000 worth of up-to-,
date, labor-saving machinery, and I
left in my district for my successor
in office one tractor, one truck, one
road grader, one road drag, one little
gasoline engine used to hoist and load
clay from the pit and all needed im
plements to build and keep up the
roads, which he can do if he does not
resort to helping his friends too much
to give a big price per day for a boy
and a pony horse and wagon to haul
straw a long distance to put on the
sandy roads. I will venture the as assertion,
sertion, assertion, Gus, that yon had as much
money for your district the first" of
last January as yon will have the first
of next, and more than you will have
to 'turn over to your successor next
January, provided you do anything
and I believe your friends will make
yon do. I notice yon got your state statement
ment statement from the auditor Jan. 31st and
you want to charge up to me what yon
spent in January. Well, all this
amounts to but little. Keep cool and
continue to say, "I ain't got no mon money."
ey." money." That is an old gag, Gus. Yours
for progress and improvement,
O. H. Ro germ germ-As
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body. Such an attempt should fail
and we think it will faiL Should it
succeed it will only do. so because
cowardly politicians betray the peo people,
ple, people, in -'which case the people will re retaliate
taliate retaliate by disregarding the laws in
some places secretly, but in most
places openly. The first "blue laws"
were given for the guidance of the
JewiU; God's chosen people, and they
did not obey them a little bit. They
have been tried at various times and
places several times since, and have
always failed, because they are con
trary to human nature, which will al always
ways always assert' itself in the long run
over anything that is tedious or un
pleasant to it. What we fear about
this blue law agitation is that it-will
eventually cause the repeal of prohi prohibition.
bition. prohibition. When it first started, we
thought it was a' scheme of the whis
ky devotees, but as time goes on it
becomes obvious that it proceeds
mainly from good and well-meaning
people, .tho' we doubt not that their
tactics please the rummies, who hope
to profit thereby. Prohibition, de
spite its non-observance in parts of
the country, is a solid gain, both ma materia1
teria1 materia1 and moral, and the better ele element
ment element of the country should center its
efforts on confirming and enforcing
it, instead-of scattering around with
a lot of nagging that 'may cause a
wae of reaction, which will carry
prohibition away with it.
Be good and you will
When it comes to saying nothing,
a railroad man can make -a clam
sound like a hen that has just laid an
This town' spends more money for
gasoline than it ever spent for whis
ky, but it has more and better fun in
Federal enforcement officer says it
is a "citizen's duty, whenever he
scents liquor, to trail it.' We are
good citizens, but one has to work
once in a while. Richmond Times Times-Dispatch.
Dispatch. Times-Dispatch. ;
Also, the scent is generally walk walking
ing walking away from the booze instead of
SUPERFLUITY OF CIRCUITS
is only for thirty-three. They do
most of their trading with Umatifla,
their social life is with their Lake
county neighbors and many of their
children go to the Lake county
schools. In every sense bat the po political
litical political sense, they are cut off from
Marion and joined to Lake. ;
They offer, in consideration of the
change to help to build a road that
will do Marion county much good. If
Marion will build a road from Stan Stanton
ton Stanton to the Oklawaha, Linadale, with
the help of Lake, will build from the
river to the excellent road that runs
by Altoona and Crows Bluff to De De-Land,
Land, De-Land, thus shortening the distance
from Marion county to the coast by
.The, people of Linadale are going
about this matter in a neighborly and
orderly fashion. They will present
petitions to the county commissioners
of both Marion and Lake, asking them
to try to induce their representatives
in the legislature to make the wished
for transfer, and they do not want any
friction nor ill-feeling about it.
The Star knows the country down I
there and how the people are situated."
It feels that their request is a 'just i
one and should be granted. Repre
sentative Mayo, who is also well ac
quainted with that section, favors
granting the request, and Mr. Hunter
will probably see matters the same
way. Linadale will take its share of of-the
the of-the county debt when it goes, so we
think it will be doing only the square
thing to let it go.
The following table comparing
Florida with other nearby states
shows that Florida is too well stocked
with judicial circuits:
"There are so many people in. Flor Florida
ida Florida who know Dr. Murphree, president
of the state university, and all of
whom esteem him, that sorrow at the
death of his wife, who died Saturday
night at their home. in Gainesville,
will be widespread. Regret for the
death of ( Mrs. Murphree is felt by
' many in Ocala, where her husband is
well known and much honored.
In almost every American commu community
nity community are two or more churches of dif
, ferent denominations. This is one of
. the greatest safeguards of our insti institutionsthe
tutionsthe institutionsthe fact that no one church
. can" controls No matter how well
they may : pull ,' together in spirit&al
affairs, in temporal matters each
church has .the' human'., desire to be
.. boss. .,' .'
r It's after ( discovered evidence, but
, the senators who killed the league of
nations can now justify their course
by citing the ex-kaiser's confession
t that he once tried to get up a league
of nations-Greenville Piedmont.
. With Austria and Italy he got up
a league of nations in character just
' f like that one at Geneva anf the
world knows howf it worked. Times Times-,
, Times-, Union. ... V :'. -,-
Wei guess the T.-U. refers to the
- Triple Alliance, which wasnt "got
up' by Bill Hohenzollern, but by
. Bismarck. f Bill's league of nations
. was composed of Germany, Austria,'
Turkey and Bulgaria, against which
Italy fought. Bill's league resembled
the Geneva league about like a pair
of dice resembles a couple of acorns.
Eventually we shall probably come
back to the war-time method and
make it permanent, as France is do doing.
ing. doing. The farmers' objections can
I probably be ignored. It isnt likely
"that, so sensible and desirable an
adaptation of civilized life to the
sunny season will be permanently
blocked by a minority. St. Augus Augustine
tine Augustine Record.
O, yes; the f aimers can be ignored.
It is safe to ignore them. Only, if
they, ever get together and deter
mine not to bring their produce to the
city until they are good and ready,
the city dwellers will have to get up
earlier than they want to, to get out
. to the farms and buy something to
,r eat, and it will be late before they re-
r. tunw In the meantime, Friend Re Record,
cord, Record, why is it that you havent the
energy to get up 'at daylight without
making some farmer fifty miles off
set his watch forward an hour?
Number of Circuits
j Per Circuit
, i... 127,824
The three first named states report
no criminal courts of record though
their average population is more than
115,000 to the. circuit, more than dou double
ble double that of Florida, with our many
criminal courts of record left out.
Here is where the legislature can
LINADALE PRECINCT WANTS
TO LINK UP WITH LAKE
Seems to us that we have heard a
great deal aboVt hard times lalely.
But when we walked around the
square Saturday night just after
supper, and saw all the curbs lined
with cars, the sidewalks crowded and
the stores filled with customers, we
couldnt help feeling that- somehow
the people had found a good deal of
PUBLIC BONDS CAN NOW
BE SOLD TO ADVANTAGE
-Linadale precinct wants- to leave
Marion county and hook ;up with
Linadale is only" voting precinct,
but it is bigger than many entire
counties in states to the north of us.
It is a pretty and fertile region, pop populated
ulated populated by good people. We dislike for
Marion to lose it; we would oppose
the "secession," if we didn't feel that
justice was with the "seceders."
However, Linadale isn't exactly
trying to secede. It sent a delegation
here Monday to see our legislators
and leading citizens. The delegation
was composed of Senator Igou of
Lake county and Messrs. E. C. Geir,
H. L. Collins' and C A; Vaughn, who
live in Linadale but get their mail
and transact most of their business in
Their reasons for wanting the
change are that they are cut off from
Ocala and the more populous part of
Marion by a tract of almost impass impassable
able impassable country. They live on the other
side of "the big scrub," ten or twelve
miles of which is traversed by a road
that an auto can barely push its way
thru. Another long stretch of this
road 'is flooded in the rainy season
and is as deep in mud as the scrub
part is in sand.
When the people of Linadale come
to their county seat they must go to
Umatilla and either go on the train
or on the good roads of Lake and the
Dixie highway to Ocala, sixty-five to
seventy miles. If they come to court
as witnesses or jurors, their mileage
' Encouragement is given to plans
for public improvements of all kinds
by the securities markets, which con continue
tinue continue to avidly absorb municipal
bonds, the Daily Bond Buyer, which
gathers reports from all oyer the
country, saying that sale sof long long-term
term long-term bonds of this character during
r eoruary totaled S53,zuz,40i:, asl
against $45,758,933 in February of
last year. and $21,004,352 in February
of 1919. Short term loans last
month totaled $17,350,000 in the sales.
The demand proceeding from in investors
vestors investors for good "municipal' bonds,
this term covering all public issues
excepting those of the federal govern government,
ment, government, assures ready sales of securi securities
ties securities for road and street work, sewers
and drains, schools and other commu community
nity community buildings, as well as for public
works of all other kinds, and the com communities
munities communities and commonwealths which
act now in the matter of bond issues
to carry on this kind of construction
will be wise. Conditions are favorable
to securing the necessary labor, and
also the quantities of necessary mate materials,
rials, materials, and there ought to be a very
large amount of construction accom
plished between the present time and
Road work especially demands that
construction plans shall be fulfilled.
Transportation by means of motor
trucks is rapidly growing 'in volume
among business men of all kinds, and
the necessity for more good roads, as
well as for the reconstruction of ex
isting improved highways, is more
than ever apparent. Counties and
states which are, slow about undertak undertaking
ing undertaking this sort of public improvement
will be left sadly behind in the march
of progress unless they act promptly
and eenrgetically to put their high
ways in such condition that they will
be equal to modern demands. The
South has done much already to im improve
prove improve its roads, but there is yet a deal
of work to be accomplished. Postpone Postponement
ment Postponement to await lower prices for mate materials
rials materials will not save anything, but will
be productive of loss, because the
early use of roads provided by immed immediate
iate immediate construction will more than com compensate
pensate compensate for any deeming loss due to
I THURSDAY 1
Here qre a few of the bargain items.
7 yards for $1.00
37-Inch Bleached Muslin, fine quality, worth 25 cents' a yard
7 yards for $1.00
- 18x36 Huck Towels
4 for $1.00
40-inch Unbleached Muslin, extra fine quality, worth 25 cents a yard
7 yards for $1.00
One lot of Percales, 36-inch wide, pretty patterns;
for ladies house dresses, children's dresses and men's shirts
5 yards for $1.00
One lot of 32 and 27-inch Dress Ginghams
5 yards for $1.00
Lot 18x36 extra heavy Turkish Bath Towels, regular 75c value
2 for $1.00
Flowered Dress Crepes, 95 cents a yard value
2 yards for $1.00
One lot otFlowered Dress Voiles, was'$1.50 and $1.75 a yard
. for S1.00 a yard
- One lot of Flowered Voiles
4 yards for $1.00
One lot plain colored Organdies and Voiles, regular 75c and 95c a yard
2 yards for $1.00
Beach Cloth, all colors, 50c to 75c a yard value
3 yards for $1.00 x
Many other excellent bargains not mentioned here.
as we only have limited quantities on some of the items
"THE FASHION CENTER"
Sentilla' Cigars sold, everywhere, m
1918 7-passenger Buick. Just paint painted,
ed, painted, new top; 90-day mechanical guar guarantee;
antee; guarantee; good tires; 1050. Speneer Speneer-Pedrick
Pedrick Speneer-Pedrick Motor Co, Buick dealers. 28 tf
A new lot of Powder Puffs jurt'In
at Gerig's Drug Store. tf
There's no extra cnarge for clean clean-ng
ng clean-ng your fish at the city fish market.
Phone 158. tf
W. K. Lame, M. physiciaa aad
orgeoB, specialist eye, ear, worn sad
throat. OQee over 5 and 10 cent store,
Ocala, Fla. Adr. tf
Sentilla the mild cigar.
Raising the Family- Pa-s Coat Hasnt Stopped Traveiint
, It begins to look like a sustained
attempt will be made to impose a set ;
of amazing laws on the American
people such as setting the ways
that men and women shall spend Sun Sunday,
day, Sunday, prohibiting the use of tobacco
and" other things that straitlaced folk
think should be observed by every-
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FOURTH GRADE PICNIC
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lapping overlapping pockets so as to give you instant, com comfort
fort comfort and permanent relief from foot troubles.
Come, let the visiting expert find and remove the cause
of your foot trouble. Take advantage of this special
opportunity we are providing. If you don't need shoes
come anyhow. We will fix your feet up with Wiz Wizard
ard Wizard Lightfoot Arch Builders, under direction of the visit-,
ing expert, in the shoes you are wearing now. If you
need new shoes, we will fit them scientifically and correct correctly
ly correctly so as to make absolute comfort certain. That is what
you get when you have, fitted in your shoes, the proper
Wizard Lightfoot appliance.
RHEINAUER & CO., &&
, 11 :,.
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IT is the most stimulating, refreshing drink
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AMBROSIA IS MADE AND BOTTLED ONLY UY
CONSUMERS CO., Louisville, Ky.
Miss Loca Anderson, assisted by
Mrs. C C. Bryant, took her dhrision
of the fourth grade on a picnic out to
Silver Springs Saturday. After en enjoying
joying enjoying swimming, boating, etc for
about an hour and a half, dinner was
spread and all enjoyed a real feast.
The children frolicked around for
about. an hour after dinner and then
went in swimming again, after which
they returned home, reporting a very
enjoyable time. Those attending other
than the grade were Mr. and Mrs. C
C Bryant and little son, Farris, Mrs.
Hurst, Misses Lois Livingston, Car Car-rie
rie Car-rie Brooks and Marion Hunter.
BELLEVIEW GUN AND ROR CLUB
WE HAVE TOE TIRE YOU WANT
WHEN -YOU WANT FT
"SERVICE" Our Motto
UNITED STATES TIRES HOOD TIRES
SINCLAIR MOTOR OILS
CARS WASHED AND POLISHED--
KUMBM SERVICE STATION
Belleview, March 25. Mr. Nathan
Mayo is feeling much better today,
thank jrou. He hadnt felt exactly
right for a .couple of -weeks or since
he1 unaccountably turned in the low
score in the Belleview Gun and Rod
Club's team shoot, but he entered
yesterday's contest with an extra
glint in his eye and when the last
shot had been fired he had realized his
ambition. He was "high gun" with
score of 23 out of 25, topping even the
redoubtable Capt. Bruce Meffert and
W. P. Freer, who always are headlin
A a result. Mayo will o to the
legislature with an enviable feather
in his hat and a very practical but
strikingly novel firearms registration
bill in his pocket that is likely to at
tract the notice of the whole country
when it is introduced.
Mayo was a member of the Davis
team, which by a. score of 169 to 159,
"condemned' 'the team headed by Dr.
E. B. Lytle to foot the bill for the ice
cream which constituted the after
noon's refreshments. The "heavy
artillery" of Lytle's side fell far be
low expectations,, Meffert -with a 22
being the only one to live up to his
In "the curtain raising preliminary,
Nicholas Boylston, Leesburg's dead
shot, proved that his reputation was
well earned by breaking a straight
string of 25 targets. As his time was
limited he' was allowed to shoot an
extra round in the preliminary but
fell short of his previous perform
ance by four "birds.
Dr. Lytle also distinguished him
coir in the first rionhlea event shot at
the Belleview club's Smith Lake trap.
It was hastily organized and was
shot in the gathering gloom but the
notmlar little physician from Weirs
dale demonstrated that he is quick on
the trigger by smashing eight of the
WHDTE STAR LONE
Negotiable Storage Receipts Isd on Cotton. AatMtebilea, Etc
LONG DISTANCE MOVING
MO VS. PACK, SHIP
Carbon removed (4) cylinders $ 2.00
Carbon removed (6) cylinders I... 2.50
Ford Motors overhauled 15.00
Ford rear ends overhauled ... ... 4.50
Ford valves ground and carbon removed... 3.00
The above labor on all other cars in proportions..
We hate mechanics for Fords and mechamcs for Pochsris.
A Trial Will Make You a Regular Customer. SERVICE FIRST
OCALA MOTOR CO.
, Main St., Union Depot. C. E. SMNONDS Fhsm 71
13 n&im at which he fired and four
singles also, a total of 18. Mayo was (SSSfsSG
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ue runner-up witn live pairs buu tuut
singles. 14 m aa.
The summary of the day's "pro
The Curtain Raiser
Nicholas Boylston, 25; L. S. Loss
ing, 20; Nathan Mayo, i; cnas. r.
Davis. 17: R. E. Gale. 16; F. E. Mar
tin, 16; R. G. Betts, 14; J. W. Nelson,
14; E. B. Lytle, 14; Nicholas Boylston
(extra round) 21.
Ice Cream Team Match
Davis team: 1
Nathan Mayo 23
W. P. Freer 21
L. S. Lossing .... 21
F. E. Martin -.18
E. B. Welling
T)f "R. a. Peek 16
J. ,W. Nelson 15
Frant M. Gale 14
Jos. W. Davis 9
James Pyles 8
I J. A. 'Haller 7
Bertram Ibbetson & Co.,
of Atlanta, Georgia.
Will open an office in the Commercial Bask Bul&ig
of Ocala, Florida, effective July 1st, 1921, for the
.practice of Accounting, Systematizing, Income Tax
Consultation and Preparation of Returns.
250 PEACHTREE STREET
R. B. Meffert j 22
Raymond E. Gale 17
Chas. P. Davis 16
R. L. Lytle 15
Walter Matthews 14
J. E. Avery 14
Dr. E. B. Lytle IS
Winters Hames 13
H. W. Baxter 13
R. G. Betts -.11
T5VPTnaTi Hames 11
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ONE OF FLORIDA'S BEST GARAGES
Expert Repairs Tires Gas and Oil
Main Street, Opposite Foundry - OCALa, FLORIDA
Dr. LyUe... 1212221212201 18
N. Mayo.. .1022202101102 14
C. P. Davis. 1 11111200211 x 12
R. E. Gale..l001101001122 10
J. Nelson..0112110110200 10
First: Preer 21; Meffert 20; Mayo
18: Betta 15; Peek 11.
Second: Lossine 23; Meffert 21;
Baxter 18: Dr. Lytle 18; Welling 13.
Third: Lossing 20; Baxter 17; C.
iP. Davis 15.
J. D. SPENCER
Advertise and get Results
Garcia de Ora, that mild Havana
filler? 10 rents all dealers. 25-lm
Yon 5vffl be more .than delighted
when you try a box 'of our delirious
Log Cabin Candy, and our Martha
Washington Candy. THE VOGUE is
at your service. Phone 580 or 558 for
quick delivery of our QUALITY ICE
Full Line of
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All Buick Cars Equipped With
Cord Tires and Alemite
We Make a Specialty of Parts
for the Buick and the Prices are
Consistent with the Cost of Same
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Battery Service Station
We maintain an mto-late
' garage with expert workmen, at
all tunes, assuring prompt and
GASOLINE, OILS si GEEASE
SPENCER PEDRICK TiiOTGH CO.
OCALA EVENING STAB. TUESDAY, MARCH 29. 1921
If you ihave any society items for
the Star, please call five-one.
Cinnamon rolls.-Federal Bakery. 6t
We suppose you noticed it, else we
would tell you it rained today.
Get youj" candy at the old price of
one dollar per pound at Gerig's Drug
Ratp. KmmaUv's.and Liggett's. tf
Mrs. Ed Morgan has returned from
Tampa, where her friends will be sor
ry to hear she has been quite ill.
The case of C. W. Hunter vs. the
Hall estate, in the superior court, has
been adjourned to Monday week.
Ask your grocer for the famous
BUTTERNUT bread the best you
pwi afo. Made bv Carter's Bakery. 6t
Mr. T. F. Fay of New York, of the
Loncala company, is in the city, at attending
tending attending to business and revisiting his
numerous friends. He informs us
that Mr. William Jennings, who is
also a general favorite with Ocala
people, sailed for London a few days
ago, and is now probably in London.
Kodak films developed, printed and
enlarged. High class work only.
Blake's Studio, over Helvenston's. 12t
One of our enterprising friends
says that the city street bonds could
be sold right here in town that there
are bonds on less -security sold here
every week.' We think our people
are standing in their own light in not
purchasing their city bonds.. By so
doing they would keep a lot of money
at home. v
King mackerel and roe shad receiv
ed fresh every day at the City Fish
Market, Fort King avenue. Phone
Mr. Albert Birdsey. who has been
viaitincr at the home of Col. J. M
Martin, left yesterday for Savannah
Kodak films developed, printed and
enlarged! High class work only.
Blake's Studio, over Helvenston's. 12t
Miss Alice Watkins, who has been
assisting in hat trimming at the
Style Hat Shop, left yesterday
At the home of Mr. and Mrs. C. S.
Cullen yesterday afternoon, the -.children
of the Episcopal Sunday school
held their annual egg hunt. There
weer about fifty present besides par
ents an dteachers and they enjoyed a
pleasant afternoon. After the hunt
for the hidden eggs was over, games
were played for the rest of the after
noon, and ice cream cones and cakes I
A Complete Stock
One of the. Li vest
Stores in the City
Nux and Iron Tablets will tone up
the sytsem and give you strength.
Bottles of 100 at one dollar each at
firioa Drucr Store. tf
Rev. Wyatt, former pastor of the
Christian church in Ocala, but now in
DeLand, spent last night in the city
as the guest of Mr. Stirling Hooper.
Buick, 5 passenger, new top, good
tires, a real buy. Spencer-Pedrick
Motor Company, Buick Dealers. tf
Why fret over a warm stove mak making
ing making pastries when you can buy a pan
of cinnamon rolls at the Federal Bak Bakery
ery Bakery for only fifteen cents? 28"-6t
T Miss Daisy Keidel, who was to
have left yesterday for Baltimore,
postponed her departure until today,
.-being unable to get accommodations
from Jacksonville. 4
Give your order for the "Okaleean".
The High School Annual to Robert
Hall or Ralph Cleveland, as only those
subscribed for will be ordered. 26-3t
There are about 300 loads of sand
and clay berig removed from the
Methodist church lot which may be
had for hauling it away. Apply to
foreman on lot.
Miss Nina Camp entertained the i
"A" Club last night at her home. The 1 1
evening was spent most pleasantly m
playing auction. At the conclusion of
the games it was found that Mrs. R.
S. Hall held the highest score, and she
was presented with a bunch of organ organdie
die organdie flowers, and Mrs. Leta Bennett
was awarded the consolation prize, a
dainty handkerchief. Those invited in
cluded Mrs. R. S. Hall, Mrs. Edmund
Martin, Mrs. Leta Bennett, Misses
Onie Chazal, Mabel Meffert, Sue
Moore, Blair Woodrow, Eloise Henry,
Ludie Smith, Nellie Camp, Gladys
Blake, Callie Gissendaner and Mary
Burford. About ten o'clock the play
ers were joined by a number of young
men. ine hostess served refresh
ments consisting of cake and cream.
The following were those invited:
Messrs. Joe Borden, Norton Davis,
Carlisle Izlar, Holmes Walters, Robert
MacKay, Albert Harriss, Edmund
Martin, R. S. Hall, Clarence Meffert
and Dr. Nicholas.
' Savina European Children.
Work among the starving children
of Europe is being participated In by
the Young Women's Christian asso association
ciation association of the United States through
the Polish Gray Samaritans, the
Polish-American girls who trained
for social service In Poland under the
American Y. W. C A. and are now
with the American Relief association
In charge of the distribution of food
to children In outlying districts of
Poland. According to recent letters
from them, they are feeding 1.300,000
children a day. through the food
kitchens and distributing station.
The T. W. C A. Is one of the eight
organizations in the European relief
council formed under the direction of
Herbert Hoover for the relief of Eu
hl!llp. Jr two and one-half yean
old, is very iooa oi nanng uis mouwr
ing to him as she rocks him to sleep.
She has told him a number of Bible
stories, ihe usual number of "Mother
Goose stories, and other stories so
dear to children. He often requests
her to sing about "Mother Hubbard."
of "Jack Spratt," or some other equally
well-known character, and she will willingly
ingly willingly obliges, "filling In." as she goes
along, to-suit the occasion. The. other
evening she had been singing tokIm
about "Santa Clans" and his various
activities, and, seeing that Phillip was
almost asleep, stopped to rest. Sud Suddenly
denly Suddenly he opened his eyes and said:
"Mother, sing me a song about Moses,
and Mutt and Jeff."
Shetland Copper Mines Open.
At a time when there is a surplus
of copper available on the market it Is
of Interest to note that copper mines
have been opened In Shetland, where
a Belgian expert reports that there
are rich deposits. A squad of Cornish
miners are Working under Cornish
engineers and with modern machinery
which has been Installed. Ore contain
tng 12 to 15 per cent of copper la be-
m OT-trartart Lonflno Tlmn
Notice is hereby given that the
Board of Public Instruction, Marion
County, Florida will ""receive bids for
putting new roof on Citra High
School building, Citra, Florida, April
5, 1921. j Bids should state Lind of
material to be used by the bidder.
Board reserves right to reject any or
WANTED, LOST. FOUND. FOR
SALE. FOR RENT AND SIM SIMILAR
ILAR SIMILAR LOCAL NEEDS
Rates: Six lines, maximum, one tine,
25c; three times. 50c; six times, 75c;
By order of Board of Public joa month. S3. Payable in advance.
Instruction, in its regular meeting '.WOOD Giles Wood "Yard. Seasoned
in March. H. G. Shealy, Secretary. or pme wood for eithr stove w
d 22-29-5. fireplace, $1 and $2 per load. Yard
corner South Main and Third Sts.
J Phone 112.
To the Honorable Board of Public In- .; FOR SALE Twenty million Living
ston Globe tomato plants at $2 per
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,
st ruction Marion County. Florida:
We the undersigned residents and i
taxpayers of the Grahamville. Indian;
Mound, Key Pond and Lake Bryant i
schools, respectfully petition yours
honorable board to call an election for ;
the purpose of creating a special ;
vt X-:- k- vT r- 'F0R SALE Tomato plants, lo cents
hamville special tax district No. 43,
and shall include the following da-j
scribed -territory, to-vrit: Commencing;
at the. intersection of the north line i
of township 14, south, range 24, cast 1
and the Oklawaha nver, thence in a I WANTED To buy Kght
southerly direction along the east
bank of said Oklawaha. riVcr, to the
south? line of section 25, township 15,!
ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE
OF TRAINS IN OCALA
per 100; 100,000 improved Porto
Rico sweet potato slips ready to
plant now, $1.50 per 1000. Sefl&
orders to C. Y. Miller, 124 South
Tenth St, Ocala, Fla. 15-tf
wagon. Must be cheap for cash.
Addresr G. G. Mtynard. Ocala. 17-tf
south, itcge 23, east, thenca east to F0R SALE Nice large home and
th W ftl rf Lake Errant. ample grounds lor sale in .best
thence following th-i south water line :
to the intersection cf the east line of J
section 31, township -15, south, range range-25,
25, range-25, east, thence south to the sputh--west
coiner of section 8. township 16,'
south, range 25, east, thence east to I FOp HALE (Iptumi Prt p;,..
residence section. Fine to convert
into apartments, or ideal to make
into two homes for investment.
Call or write Max Fishel, Ocala,
Our Specialty Is
If you smoke cigars why not get
the best? Call for Garcia de Ora;
10 cents all dealers.
Dr. and Mrs.' H.,W. Henry and their
guests, Mrs. McSherry and Mrs.
Bowley expect to go to Daytona to tomorrow,
morrow, tomorrow, spending the night and re returning
turning returning to Ocala Thursday.
.English peas, yellow squash, string
beans, celery strawberries apples,
oranges and bananas just arrived at
the Quality Fruit Store. Phone 218- 3t
The friends of Mr. Horace, Whet Whetstone
stone Whetstone are glad to see him in Ocala
again. He has just returned from the
Greenville, S. C, government hos hospital
pital hospital and, was much benefited by his
stay there, r
Our special loaf of BRAN bread is
the kind recommended by your doc doctor.
tor. doctor. Carter's bakery. 28-6t
Spring weather has arrived for
good and now's the time to eat cin cinnamon
namon cinnamon rolls. Federal Bakery. 21-6t
Sentilla Cigars will suit your taste.
Mr. Lester Lucas sang at a recital
for the benefit of the Woman's Club
at the auditorium in Leesburg one
night last week, and as usual elicited
general applause from the audience.
.Mrs. Lucas played the .accompaniment.
Many thousand broad acres in Mar Marion
ion Marion county are thirstily drinking in
the rain today and the farmers are
rushing between showers to plant.
We don't suppose there is any better
prepared farm than that owned by
the state near the industrial school,
and on the old Marion Farms proper property,
ty, property, Mr. J. A. Darden superintendent.
We went out to see Mr. Darden Sun Sunday,
day, Sunday, and after helping him, his good good-looking
looking good-looking wife and pretty baby daugh daughters
ters daughters eat a sumptuous country dinner,
we took a stroll with him over, the
farm. Some of it was under such cul cultivation
tivation cultivation as the weather permitted, but
the greater part was lying white and
idle under the sun, waiting for rain.
The ground was broken up to the con consistency
sistency consistency of an ashbank, laid off and
prepared to the nth degree, ready for
the, seed -or plants. We never saw a
farm in better order. Mr. Darden is
a skilled and energetic farmer, and
under his management the Marion
Farms is one part of the state's prop property
erty property that is made to pay.
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MAZON & CO.
Between Ten Cent Store and Gerig's
You can buy the famous BUTTER BUTTERNUT
NUT BUTTERNUT bread in 10 or 15-cent sizes. It's
made at Carter's Bakery. 28-6t
The two books named below are
missing from the library. If any one
can give any information to the li librarian
brarian librarian about them it will be appre appreciated:.
ciated:. appreciated:. "Objective and Subjective
' Mind (Taylor); "Telepathy and Sub Subliminal
liminal Subliminal Self" (Mason).
Nunnally's and Liggett's Candies
educed to ONE DOLLAR the pound.
t Gerig's Drug Store.
Unclassified.ads. gets results.
Ask your grocer for Federal bread
and accept no other. If he doesn't
furnish it, tell the Federal Bakery. t
We dont know whether the city or
county will be sued, but there will be
trouble for one or the r other when
that ramshackle flagpole at the
southwest corner of the public square
falls and hurts somebody. It has
served its usefulness and should come
Just in ROADWAY Coffee, ones
and threes. Include a can in your next
order. Cook's Market and Grocery,
Phone 243. tf
Tulula Lodge No. 22. I. O. O. F
meets every Tuesday evening at the
Odd Fellows hall at the corner of
Fort King Ave. and Osceola street. A
warm welcome always extended to
T. C. Carter, N. G.
H. R. Luffman. Secretary.
ROYAL ARCH MASONS
Regular conventions of the Ocala
Chapter No. 13. R. A. M on the fourth
Friday in every month at 8 p. m.
H. S. Wesson. H. P.
B. L. Adams, Secretary.
Advertise In the Star.
. ORDER OF EASTERN STAR
Ocala Chapter No. 29, O. E. &
meets at the Masonic hall the second
and fourth Thursday evenings of each
month at 8 o clock.
Mrs. Rosalie Condon, W. M.
Mrs. Susan Cook. Secretary.
Mske your wants known by adver
Makes lights better and starting eas
ier. Takes ten minutes to charge Ar. from
and magneto is good for life of car.
THE FORD SPECIALIST
Jefferson Street and A. C. L. R. R.
Seaboard Air Line
Arrive from Jacksonville.. 2:10a.m.
Leave for Tampa 2:15 a.m.
Arrive from Jacksonville.. 1:30p.m.
Leave for Tampa 1:55 p.m.
Arrive from Jacksonville.. 3:51p.m.
jk&ve for Tampa 4:05 p.m.
Arrive from Tampa 2:14 a. nu
Leave for Jacksonville.... zuoa.m.
Airive from Tampa l:S5p.m.
Leave for Jacksonville.... i:oap. m.
Arrive from Tampa 4:16 p.m.
Leave for Jacksonville.... 4:17p.m.
Arrive from New York.... "1 :34a.m.
Leave for St. Petersburg.. 1:37a.m.
Arrive from St Petersburg 2:55 a. m
Leave for New York 3:00 a. m.
Atlantic Coast Line
Arrive from Jacksonville.. 2:31 a. m
-eave for St. Petersburg.. 2:32a.m.
Arrive from Jacksonville.. 3:34p.m.
Leave for St. Petersburg.. 3:35p.m.
Arrive from Jacksonville.. 10:12 p. m.
Leave for Leesburg ..10:13 p. tb.
Arrive from St. Petersburg 2:26 a.m.
jeave for Jacksonville.... 2:27 a. m
Arrive from St Petersburg 1:25 p.m.
Leave for Jacksonville. . 1:45 p. m.
Arrive from Leesburg.... 6:41 a. m
Leave for Jacksonville. ... 6:42 a. m
Arrive from Homosassa... 1.25p.m.
Leave for Homosassa 3:25 p.m.
Arrive from Gainesville,
daily except Sunday.... 11:50 a. ra
Leave for Gainesville, daily
except Sunday 4:45 p nu
Leave for Lakeland Tues Tuesday,
day, Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday 7:25 a. m
day, Thursday, Saturday 11 :u3 p, ra.
Leave for Wilcox, Monday,
Wednesday and Friday.. 7:10a. m
Arrive from Wilcox, Mon Monday
day Monday Wednesday. Friday 6:45 o-tn
52iSk Isn't it worth while to
. wear glasses if they will
-Sjuee j" free you from headache?
DR. K. J. WEIHE,
Optometrist and Optician
NEEDHAM MOTOR CO.
General Auto Repairing
. Gasoline, Oils and Grease
USED CARS FOR SALE :
Oklawaha Ave. & Orange St
the southwest corner of section 9, j
township 16, soutn, range 25. east,!
thence south to the southwest corner!
of section 33, township 16, south,
ranee zo. east, tntnee easi 10 me
southeast corner of section 36. town township
ship township 16, south, range 25, east, thence
north to the northeast Corner of sec section
tion section 1, township 16, south, range 25,
east thence east along south line of
township 15, south, range 26, cast, to
the southeast corner of section 36,
township 15, south, -range 26, east
thence north along said Marion coun county
ty county line to the intersection of the north
line of F. M. Arredondo grant thence
westerly along said F M- Arredondo
grant to the intersection of the north
line of township 15. south, range 26,
east, thence west to the southwest
corner-of section 31. township 14,
south, range 26, east, thence north to
the northeast corner of section 1,
township 14, south, range 25 east
thence west to point. of beginning, all
of said land lying and being in Marion
The above petition will be present presented
ed presented to the Board of Public Instruction
on Saturday, April 9, A. D. 1921.
C. H. Rogers, E. S. Reinhard, E. P.
O'Cain, E. O. Cordrey, W. H. Mason,
W. H. Fore, E. M. Griggs, Horace
Hurst, L. B. Griggs, II. H. Perkins, L.
W. Wilson, J. B. Gore, C. E. Mason, S.
L. Manning. Mrs. E. F. O'Cain, Mrs.
H. H. Perkins. W. H. Cordrey, Mrs. W.
H. Cordrey, Mary Reichard, W. C. Co
lon, Wm. Deas, W. B. Roberts, W. D
Roberts. G. F. Holy. Princess Fort
nogers.'Jas. P. Mays, R. C. Fort. The
Jodora Perry Fort, N. A. Fort, F. C
G. F. Holly, Marion Holly, C. Stana-
land, J. A. Reynolds, H. G. Reynolds,
R. G. Long, Alonzo Long, P. T. Ran
dall, W. C. Mall, M. E. Mason, E. K.
Mills, Cora Mills, Helen Wellhoner,
Jack Wellhorner, W. C. West W. A
Moorman, p. L. Duri3oe, H. P. Heine-
nemann, L. M.'Graham, Josie E. Ran
dall. W. A. Meadows, Mrs. B. L Hick
man, Mrs. Martha Daniel, E. L. Mills,
T. W. Randall, Victoria, E. Randall,
Annie Longi I. P. Stevens, John Gore,
W. A. Hogans, Wyatt McDonald. B. F.
Smith, Geo. Yarborough, O. E. Yar Yar-borough,
borough, Yar-borough, E. J. McDonald, J. A. Gore,
W. T. Howard, Jim Gore, C. 11. Ho
gans, J. H. Randall, W. D. Worth, C.
B. Gore, F. O. Kelly. W. C. Henderson,
Lynne, Fla., S. L. Manning, Lynne,
Fla., Mrs. S. L. Manning, E. O. Powell,
Mrs. E. Q. Powell, Mrs. W. C. Wall,
W. S. WaU, J. N. Stevens, Mrs. J. N.
Stevens, J. A. Hicks. M. A. Hicks, tf
tato plants, inspected and certified
by State Plant Board, $2.00 per
thousand f. o. b. Ocala. x Cash
with orders. C. H. Cooner, 74$
Wyomina St., Ocala, Fla. 21-tf
FOR SALE Tomato plants ready
for setting. In any quantity. Ad Address,
dress, Address, J. J. Tipton, Ocala. 25-6t
FOR SALE Peanut seed, very best
grade, Florida Runner, 85 cents
per bushel. Not pops, but the kind
that grow. S. P. Burton, Sparr.
FOR RENT Large well ventilated
rooms for housekeeping, furnished
or unfurnished. At the Dormitory.
Phone 305. 23-6t
Careiul estimates made on all eo..
tract ork. Gives more and better
work fcr the money than any other
contractor in the city.
Auto Repairing! (CoEsfeate
ATT. PAPS T
CYLINDERS RE-BORED AND
v REASONABLE CHARGES
GEO. J. WILLIAMS
Formerly Carroll Motor Company
Garage, Osceola St
PHONE 597 Night 408
KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS
' Fort King Camp No. 14 meets at
K.'of P. hall at 7:30 p. m. every sec second
ond second and fourth' Friday. Visiting sov sov-reigns
reigns sov-reigns are always welcome.
H. B. Baxter, C. C.
Chas. K. Sage. Clerk.
Dont take pnraattres lor
sTJpattoa they act nanaly
they overstrain Uie delicate
membrane mnH leave ttoe
Bowels la a worse condition
tlxaa lelore. 11
, yon are
wlta Con Constipation,
stipation, Constipation, SlekHead SlekHead-acbe.
acbe. SlekHead-acbe. Indigestion,
FOR SALE Or lse for lon pened
of years, 25 acres of land on South
Orange avenue road, two miles,
from Ocala. If sold will tak good
car in exchange. Address, describ describing
ing describing make and condition of car, Lot Lottie
tie Lottie M. Matsler. 1744 Market St,
Jacksonville, Fla, 26-6t
LOST License tag to an auto. No.
27658 B. Fla. Return to II. G.
Shealey and receive reward. 26-tf
BOARDER WANTED $6 per week.
Apply to 926 S. Lime St. 28-t
FOR RENT Furnished apartment at
1129 Ft. King Ave. Phone 207Y. 12t
Cinnamon rolls are just the thing
for your midday luncheon these spring
days. Get the Federal Bakery kind. 6t
Arrival and departure of passenger
trains at OCALA UNION STATION.
The following schedule figures pub
lished as information and not guar-4
(Eastern Standard Time)
SEABOARD AIR LINE RAILROAD
2:20 am Jacksonville-NYork 2:10 am
1:55 pm Jacksonville 1:50 pxa
4:17 pm Jacksonville 3:50 pm
2:15 am Tampa-
Manatee-St Petrsbrg 4:05pm
2:55 am NTTork-St Petrsbrg 1:35 am
2:15 am Tampa 2:15 am.
1:50 pm Tampa-Manatee 1:35 rQ
4:05 pm Tampa-St. Petrsbrg 4:05pm-
ATLANTfC COAST LINE R. R.
2:27 am Jacksonville-NTork 2:33 am
1:45 pm Jksonville-Gainsville 3:24 pm''
6:42 am JksosviUe-Gansville 10:13 pm
2:33 am St.Petsbrg-Lakeland 2:27 am
3:24 pm StPetsbrg-Lakeland 1:25 pm
:iu am. -uunneiion-YY ijcox
7:25 am Dunellon-Lkeland 11:03
3:30 pm Homosassa 1:25 pm
10:15 pm Leesburg 6:42 am
4:45 pm Gainesville 11:50 am
Monday, Wc-dnest!ay," Friday.
Tuesday. Thursday. Saturday.
C. Cecil Bryant
Room 22 Holder Block
PHONE 195 OR 332
WOODMEN OF THE WORLD
a en. Dizziness Biliousness,
Nervousness, or loss ol Appe-ttte-fJonf
feesiafetf a botUo
ol CARTER'S LITTLE LIVES
PILLS talce one after each
meal and one at bedtime. A
few days treatment will put
Stmmtach, Uvttr am IZotwefs In
SaaO MS SaaOSese
Geo. MacKay 2 Co. (
and Emb aimers
Two Licensed Embalmers
Motor Funeral Cars 8
Private Morgue and Chapel g
Day Phone 47 g
. Night Phone 515
G. B. Overton, Manager
Ocala Lodge No. 19. Conventions
held every Monday evening at 7:30
ojclock at the castle hall, over the G.
C. Greene Co. drugstore. A cordial
velcome to visiting brothers.
' Tom Proctor, C C
Chas. K. Sage. K. of Ik & S.
OCALA LODGE No. 286. 3. P. O. EL
Ocala Lodge No. 286. benevolent
jd Protective Order of Elks, meets
the .second and fourth Tuesday eve-
rings of each month. Visiting breth breth-len
len breth-len always welcome.' Lodre rooms
upstairs over Troxler and the Book
ibep, 113 Main street
C. Y. Miller. E. EL
MARION-DUNN MASONIC LODGE
Marion-Dunn Lodge No. 19, F. & Jt.
M., meets on the first and third
Ihursday evenings of each month at
7:30 o'clock until further notice.
J. R. Dey, W. M. j
B. L. Adams. Secretary.
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