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OCALA, FLORIDA, SATURDAY, APRIL 2. 1821
SCHOOL DAY AT
PUTTIHG THE SKIDS GREAT INJUSTICE LIKE HAIIO'S GHOST
TO 000 GROWERS! IT WILL IT 1170
EMI HAS iEIIGIAHD'S MINERS
A PRACTICAL IDEA HERWDRST ENEMIES
First Event of the Kind Profitable to
. Young Athletes and Interested
The high school field day held at
Silver Springs yesterday proved a de decided
cided decided success. The weather man
seemed to have ordered especially
fine weather for the occasion and the
' crowds about 800 people attending,
-entered into the spirit of the occasion.
The spectators were the parents and
friends of the contestants and num numbers
bers numbers of citizens who are interested in
sports and the work of the public
schools and all that pertains to mak making
ing making the pupils all around citizens of
the future. This is the first event of
its kind ever held in Ocala. A spirit
, of competition and keen rivalry was,
shown throughout, which made the
day the unqualified success it way
and gave it the nep that is needed to
make an event of this kind looked
forward to with pleasure.
Since this was the first of the kind
ever held, of course improvements can
and will be made in the future, but
when it is taken into consideration
that the contestants have been train training
ing training for this field day only about two
weeks, it plainly shows rt'hat could be
done in the way of athletics in the
school with a little encouragement and
training. The program being rather
long and the contestants not hardened
to so much strenuous exercise, it was
thought advisable to omit several of
- the events, the remaining events to
be held at the school grounds next
Monday and Tuesday afternoons at 4
o'clock, when all are cordially invited
A banner is offered for the class
holding the highest number of points
and small cash prizes are offered for
the winners of several of the single
events. The list of winners given be below
low below is for single events. The holders
of the highest number of points will
not be known until the entire pro program
gram program has been worked off. There were
no accidents or ill effects to mar the
afternoon and the good feeling and
spirit of the occasion xi? admirable.
The fairness of the decisions and the
impartiality of the judge j was notice noticeable.
able. noticeable. Many of the soectr.rs and con
testants left for Ocala it sundown,
but many who had brought, lunches
stayed and spent the evening at the
springs, thereby rounding out a pleas pleasant
ant pleasant day.
Contestant under eachevent named
in order of place won.
Boys' 100 yard dash: Harold Smith,
Joe Moses, Whitner Koon.. Jame:
. Girls' 50 yard dash: Estelle Wilkes,
Marie Hensley, Mabel Priest, Flora
Girls' 75 yard dash: Estelle Wilkes,
Boys' 220 yar ddash: Harold Smith,
Whitner Koon, Joe Moses, Jack Will Williams.
iams. Williams. '
Girls' 175 yard run: Estelle Wilkes,
Flora Sherman. Maude Gary, Marie
Boys' high jump: Harrington Hall
and George Jordan tied for first and
second place, John Cook and Dudley
Cole for third and fourth places. This
tie will be run off later.
Girls' high jump: Maud Gary won
first place. Flora Sherman, Estelle
Wiles, Marie Hensley and Evelyn
Wilkes tied for the other three places.
This tie will be run off later.
Boys' 440 yard dash: Harold Smith,
Joe Moses, Whitner Koon, Jack Will Williams.
iams. Williams. Boys' pole vault: Harrington Hall,
Junie Counts, Whitner Koon, Jack
One mile run: Harold Smith, Ed-
Gilchrist's Plan for Reapportionment j
the Same as that the Star Propos Proposed
ed Proposed a Few Weeks Ago
Jacksonville, April 2--Former Gov Governor
ernor Governor Albert W. Gilchrist advocates a
joint resolution in the legislature' for
a constitutional amendment to affect
proposed reapportionment in an open
letter to the public. Gilchrist's pro proposed
posed proposed remedy would increase the
membership of the Senate to 38 and
the house would be so reapportioned
as to give the four larger counties
three, the second eight counties two,
and all counties at least one represen representative.
tative. representative. SOCIAL CONFERENCE
Members of the convention of the
state social conference divided into
two sections today for discussion of
the various problems relating to their
In Trying to Carry Their Point They
are Willing to Ruin Their Coun Country
try Country and Themselves
? (Associated Press
London, April 2. Six coal mines
left to the mercy of the waters by
striking miners and pumpmen have al already
ready already flooded and probably been per permanently
manently permanently wrecked. The government
is receiving scores of appeals asking
that sailors be sent to fight the floods.
Train service is to be reduced Wed Wednesday
nesday Wednesday and restrictions are planned by
the government on shop and street
lighting. London is supplied for
about three weeks.
FORT MEADE MAN KILLED
Fort Meade, April 2. J. C. Knight
was killed here today when caught by
a hoist as he stood on a locomotive.
DETERMINED TO DIE
Beckwith Killed the Man Who Tried
to Prevent His Suicide
Syracuse, N. Y., April 2-J. Her Herman
man Herman Wharton, dean of the College of
Business Administration, of the Sy Syracuse
racuse Syracuse University, was shot and killed
by Holmes Beckwith, professor of
financial insurance subjects at .the
college. Beckwith then committed
Beckwith had been unr ovular with
the students, who circulated a petition
for his removal. Chancellor Day in a
statement says he believes Wharton
died in attempting Beckwith's suicide.
CARVING OUT A NEW COUNTY
FROM THE ADMINTRATION
The Germans Must Pay Their War
Debts to the Full Extent of
Washington, April 2. Rumors via
London of conversations between Ger Germany
many Germany and the United States as to rep reparation
aration reparation payments brought an authori authoritative
tative authoritative statement from administration
officials yesterday that the attitude of
the United States toward Germany is
that she must accept her responsibili responsibility
ty responsibility for the war and pay her obligations
to the fullest extent she is able.
IS NOT ENOUGH
TO GET SICK ON
Ex-Emperor of Austria and King of
Hungary Finds that he Can't
Vienna, April 2. It is reported
here that Emperor Charles will leave
Steinamanger for Switzerland Sun Sunday
day Sunday or Monday. Delay in starting was
caused by negotiations for permission
to pass through Italy.
ATTEMPT HAS ENDED
The newspapers here appear cer certain
tain certain the attempt of Charles to re reestablish
establish reestablish himself as king of Hungary
is ended. Some papers reported that
Charles left Steinamanger last night.
Reports from Hungary, however, fail
to show that matters have reached
sueh a final stage. British, French and
Italian officers will escort Charles
upon his return trip to Switzerland.
AN INCONVENIENT ESCORT
Paris, April 2. Dispatches received
at the foreign office indicate that
Charles, who it is believed has been
successfully blocked in his efforts for
restoration to the throne, will be es escorted
corted escorted to Switzerland by allied offi officers.
cers. officers. The guard will be for the pur purpose
pose purpose of protecting him against manifestations.
League of Nations, with Some Amend Amendments
ments Amendments Arises Before the Eyes
Federal Bureau of Markets Reports
Gives a Raw Deal to
Washington, April 2. In order to
compete with the new Southern po potato
tato potato crop, the shipping season for
j Northern stocks will probably be ex ex-j
j ex-j tended four to six weeks longer than
usual, the federal bureau of markets
report. The bureau declares that the
higher freight rates will 'reduce" the
Florida shipments and enable more
successful Northern competition.
OCALA HIGH SCHOOL
WILL BE REPRESENTED
AT GAINESVILLE MEET
SUGAR SATURDAY AND MONDAY
Chicago, April 2. Approximately
1,600,000 gallons of wine and whisky
must satisfy the medical requirements
of 3,000,000 Chidagoans yearly, ac according
cording according to an order from the office of
Federal Prohibition Commissioner
WHICH WILL IT BE
GAINESVILLE OR MANATEE
Labelle Wants to be Capital of East Eastern
ern Eastern Lee
Fort Myers, April 2. A bill pro providing
viding providing for the creation of a new coun county
ty county of eastern Lee county with Labelle
as the county seat will be presented
i to the legislature as a result of the
(actio nof a mass meeting last nigni.
jThis action was taken in preference
to the so-called Moorehead proposal
; for the formation of Glades county.
The present plan would eep Lee
county territory in the hands of its
original citizens, it is said. Repre Representative
sentative Representative Perry decline dto present
the bill and the citizens committee
will bring the matter before the leg
Tampa, April 2. The Manatee high
school girls and ths Gainesville high
school team meet here tukii.ht to con contest
test contest for the state basket ball cham championship
pionship championship title.
Cinnamon rolls. Federal Bakery. 6t
ward Buhrman, Wycliffe Steele, Reese
Boys' shot put: Harold Smith, Whit Whitner
ner Whitner Koon, Joe Moses, Junie Counts.
Girls' fifty yard swim: Clifton Sex Sexton,
ton, Sexton, Annie MacKay,. Ethel Home,
Girls 75 yard swim: Clifton Sexton,
Annie MacKay, Mary Carolyn Logan,
Girls' basket ball throw: Carrie
Brooks, Mabel Priest, Christine Close,
Girls' broad jump: Flora Sherman,
Estelle Wilkes, Mabel Priest, India
Boys' 880 yard relay: This was won
by the junior class team made up of
Harold Smith, Ed Buhrman, Junie
Counts, Jack Williams. Each contest contestant
ant contestant in this team scores one point.
The freshman class is leading in
the contest for the banner offered,
with the juniors a. close second.
LUNCH ROOM AND DINNING ROOM
MENU FOR SUNDAY
Chicken Fricassee with Dumplings
Mashed Potatoes Spinash
. Lettuce and Tomato Salad
Iced Tea Apple Pie. Coffee
This is a StudeLaker year.
FOR QUICK SALE
11 pounds of sugar for one dollar,
with a dollar's worth of other groc groceries
eries groceries for cash, Saturday and Monday
onl Phone 377.
tf H. B. WHITTINGTON.
Ask your grocer for the famous
BUTTERNUT bread the best you
ever ate. Made by Carter's Bakery. 6t
Gainesville, April 2. Twenty-six
secondary schools of the state had en entered
tered entered contestants for the seventh an annua
nua annua high school track meet here
flier, the entry list closed, three of
tbem, DeLand, Sanford and .Winter
Haven filing at the eleventh hour. De De-Lind
Lind De-Lind and Sanford will be participants
fcr the first time.
The lits of entries includes: Brad Brad-entown,
entown, Brad-entown, Daytona, DeLand, Eau Gal Gal-lie,
lie, Gal-lie, Fort Lauderdale, Fort Pierce,
Gainesville, Homestead, Inverness,
Jacksonville, Key West, Kissimmee,
Lake City, Leesburg, Live Oak, Madi Madison,
son, Madison, Miami, Milton, New Smyrna,
Ocala, Orlando, Sanford, Tallahassee,
Tampa ,Vero and Winter Hayen.
Hot Boston baked beans and brown
bread for Saturday night supper at
Carter's Bakery. l-2t
Will it RAIN tomorrow? Ask THE
BOOK SHOP. l-2t
- (Associated Preu)
Washington, April 2. Interest in
the administration's attitude toward
the geenral subject of a peace settle
ment which was revived by Vmani's
visit, was intensified today by a series
of conferences that had every out outward
ward outward appearance of embracing a gen general
eral general discussion to prepare officials to
make a decision on the subjects of
separate peace resolution and an
amended league of nations. All who
took part in the conferences are reti
FEDERAL BANK SYSTEM UNDER
Counsel for the Federal Reserve
Bank of Atlanta in a brief filed today
in the supreme court denied of the
American Bank Trust Co. and more
than a score of other Geonria banks
that it planned a deliberate campaign
to force them into the reserve system
or to accept "par collections of
checks. The reserve law specifically
provides, the brief said that "no such
charges as those ordinarily made for
check collection should be made
against reserve banks." The Atlanta
institution therefore is proceeding in
the only legal manner.
DEMAND FOR SEEDS
The demand for field seeds from
farmers during March on the whole
was below normal, according to re reports
ports reports of the bureau of markets. More
farmers are said to have had seeds of
their own and others are curtailing
their purchases because of inability to
At Last! The Super-Comedy the whole world's waiting for!
One second h.'rul Dodge touring,
$SC0., St? John Johnson, at Colonial
Tax collector's books are shut.
Judge Bullock is honie from holding
court in Sumer county.
Nur and Iio.i Tabids will tone up
tnc sy'.sem and givn yr,:i strength,
i'fttics i f 2C0 : i. u.a :rl!ar oi.eh at
Grrig's Drug Store. tf
. Garcia de Ora, that mild Havana
filler; 10 cents all dcah rs. 23-1 in
Mr. G. G. Mayr.ard left today for
Woodstock, N. H. We sre sorry to
say that Mr. Mavnard goes for his
health and we. hope that the change
will prove beneficial. Mrs. Maynara
and family will remain in Ocala for
several months longer.
A new lot of Powder Puffs just !n
at Gerig's Drug Store. tf
Sergeant Gray's friends are glad to
see him home from the government
hospital at Lake City, much improved
; You will be more than delighted
when you try a box of our delicious
Log Cabin Candy, and our Martha
Washington Candy. THE VOGUE is
at your service. Phone 580 or 558 for
quick delivery of our QUALITY ICE
Our representatives, Messrs. Hun Hunter
ter Hunter and Mayo, left this afternoon for
All Garcia de Ora cigars wrapped
in tin foil; 10 cents all dealers.! 25-lm
Sheriff Thomas has picked up a
colored person named Will Gent, wh
had a gallon of liquid mule kicks, and
Judge Futch will give him a trial
There's no extra Charge for cleani cleaning
ng cleaning your fish at the city fish market.
hone 158. -tf
FOR SALE A piano cheap for cash,
xphone 568 after 6 p. m. 2-tf,
You're going to yell when you see
Charlie Chaplin wander through the
trials of "motherhood." You're go going
ing going to laugh and laugh and LAUGH
as you follow the humorous pair
through the comedy on which the
world-famous -comedian, worked for
a year. (Edna PuTTiante is in it, too;
and the kid is Jackie Coogan, the
funniest youngster ever seen on the
6 REELS OF JOY
EVERY Ml NIT.
Monday and Tuesday, April 5 and
Children under 12, 15c Adults 35c
OCALA EVENING STAB, SATUDRAY. APRIL 2, 1921
Pabllaaea- Ever? Day K-xerpt Saaday ay
STAR PUBLISHING COMPANY,
- R. R. Carrall Prcatdeat
V. Lveaood, Swetary-Treaaarer
J. U. BaJania. Edlter
of higher learning as a 'rich man's
school' when as a matter of fact the
records show that 183 of the students
earned ?10,000 during the first seme
ster of the present year to pay their!
own way through college.'
WHEN NOBODY NEEDS IT
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Legal advertisements u legal rates.
The Times-Union has had another
of its spasms over the awful sin of
law-abiding citkens possessing pis pistols,
tols, pistols, and with extreme satisfaction
quotes the following from the St. Au
"The very best plan is to eliminate
the need of carrying protective weap weapons
ons weapons by keeping weapons away from
everybody except duly authorized offi officers
cers officers of the law. And can there be any
sound objection to that? Or any other
effective solution? When nobody has
a revolver any more, nobody will need
The Times-Union writer says this
argument is unanswerable, so we will
ask him a few questions, which we
trust him to answer honestly, if he
answers at all.
If he woke ud at mMn.W
found m his house a bunrfcr
arger than himself and m,v
knife or blackjack. uZZZZ
vowV. noooay Win re-
weapons except shotguns. Europe was
in that beatific condition which the
Times-Union wants to put Florida-in
to have all arms except sportine
guri3 in the hands of the officials.
We have seen the result. People who j 2
keep and bear arms may be turbulent,
they may shoot at each other once in
a while, have an accident once in a
while but they always remain free.
James W. Archibald, prominent cit citizen
izen citizen of Jacksonville, and well known
all over the state, is dead.
That $250,000 that somebody wants
the legislature to hand out for new
wings to the state capitol is too much.
The capitol of Florida will not be in
Tallahassee much longer.
Any of our readers having Wiscon
sin papers will do the Star a favor by
sending them, afer reading, to our
editorial department. We want some
Wisconsin news just now.
There is no rule for airplane acci
dents. A few days ago Lieut. Coney
fell seventy-five feet and sustained
fatal injuries. Four days later, at
Ithaca, N. Y., Lieut. McCready of the
air.service fell 9000 feet and escaped
with a few bruises.
That nothing pleases a pretty worn
an more than to be seen on the street
with another woman who isn't pretty.
Charlie Jones' Observer.
Difficult to do that in Ocala. What
few homely women we have would be
worked to death taking a turn about
with the pretty ones.
The following "bromide" from the
St. Augustine Record is specially ap
plicable just now:
"A tourist friend's in heaven now;
"The cause a cold and cough
The South was warm; he thought
"And beat it back up North."
The moving, picture censorship for
Florida is going to shut Clara Smith
Hamon films out of the state. We
didn't know Florida had a movie cen censorship,
sorship, censorship, but if it has it is a rotten
fraud. The Clara Smith Hamon
.films can't possibly be any more de demoralizing
moralizing demoralizing to the public decency than
some it lets pass.
Henriford is furnishing the sinews
of war to make milk direct from' oats,
bran, grass, etc., without first pass passing
ing passing thru the medium of Sis Cow. This
will have at least one good effect it
will eliminate from the moving pic pictures
tures pictures all the demphools that sit down
on the left side of the bovine in order
to extract from her the lacteal fluid.
At the opening of the press asso association,
ciation, association, John L. McWhorter of the
Tampa Tribune addressed the editors
on the subject of "Abolishing. Free
Range' Legislators." Nobody except
the people of their counties have any
right to abolish free range legislators.
Mc. has been writing about the open
range people of Florida somewhat
like he wrote about the Germans. He
had better search himself and see if
he hasnt a streak of bigotry in his
The University of Florida is evi
dently not a rich man's school. Says
the St. Augustine Record: "A ques questionnaire
tionnaire questionnaire recently prepared by the
budget committee of the university
alumni established some very inter
esting data which refutes the conten
tion that the University of Florida is
a rich man's school. Out of 315 re'
plies received from the students it
was found that 73 young men are
earning all their expenses while com
pletmg the college courses; zzz are
earning a part of their expenses and
only 20 students were found who were
earning no part of the cost of their
schooling. No university in the coun country
try country can lay a more rightful claim to
being an institution serving the
worthy young men of the generation
'than our own state institution. It has
been a favorite argument, in some
quarters, to refer to our institution
If he was walkine- 7
"ad and et a bunch of IclT .X
rTZ M hfaM'f- Md to
rob him ma..: .i
loe operation by
&-"s mm a Dealing, wouldn't he be
wf i wmxr ba a a
uia nor. ftave a revolver or
omanc with which to stand them
If he was, peacefullv wallrmcp
the woods with no weapon except a
light stick, and a neighbor's watch watchdog,
dog, watchdog, a big beast with long, sharp
teeth, mistook him for an enemv and
attacked him, would not he be sorry
ne iiadn t a pistoL so he could cripple
tne dog before it reached him, instead
of being worried and mangled or may
be killed before help could arrive?
If his home was some distance from
his nearest neighbor, if he had to go
away sometimes and leave his wife
and children alone, wouldn't he be
glad if his wife had a good, double double-action
action double-action .38 instead of being defense defenseless?
less? defenseless? The pistol is a good friend in a tight
place, and like other good friends
doesnt advertise itself. Every time
a ruffian misuses the weapon, the fact
is loudly proclaimed. But the world
does not stop to think that many a
ruffian or thief or rapist lets an hon honest
est honest man or his home alone simply. be because
cause because for all he knows an "equalizer"
may be tucked away in a pocket or a
bureau drawer, ready to leap to its
owner's defense. The moral effect of
the pistol has prevented more trou
ble than it has-caused.
There never was so much fighting
and assassination in Europe as during
the three or four centuries before the
pistol was invented. Every man car
ried a sword or a knife and was far
more ready to use it than the average
man of today is to use a pistoi; and
the proportion of. deaths was greater
from cold steel than it later became
The Times-Union again tries to mis
lead its readers by saying that the
English police don't carry pistols.
Under ordinary circumstances they do
not carry them because they do not
need them. But they always have
special police who carry firearms
when they go into dangerous places,
and moreover for a riot which the
police of one of our big cities would
quell without military help, they call
out troops. There are few parts of
England more than two hours journey
from a place where soldiers are quartered.
For our part, we have always be believed
lieved believed that killing or wounding peo
ple is more the result of an element
of human nature than the possession
of any weapon, and we are certain
that comparison of statistics and
stndv of history will bear out our
Back of this is a great principle,
which it is the height of folly to dis disregard.
regard. disregard. The people should not be dis disarmed.
armed. disarmed. In Europe, for some years
before the war broke out, the common
people were not allowed to have any
It must have been noticeable to ev everybody
erybody everybody how smoothly and well the
affairs of the state board of health
have worked since Joe Earman be became
came became its president. Some little parts
inside the machine may have knocked
slightly, but it has done good work,
and there has been no reason to doubt
that there has been an absence of the
jealousy and discord that was so ob- j
? a. a-. r I r
vious to every Doay Deiore Mr. car carman
man carman took charge. When you add to
that that Joe has been practically a
sick man for the last three years, and
that notwithstanding frequent weak weakness
ness weakness and pain he has given a large
part of his time each day to board
affairs, and that his position carries
not a cent of pay, you cant help con conceding
ceding conceding that this man has a strong
sense of duty to the public. We un understand
derstand understand that Dr. Greene, the state
health officer, will soon resign, as his
pay is too small for a physician of his
attainments. It will not be possible
to obtain a man of his skill to fill his
place at the present pay of the office,
so we think it would be wise for the
legislature to try to keep Dr. Greene
on the job by raising his salary.
is the spirit of modern tim
The organized' endeuver of the
. men behind this bank the ex ex-perier
perier ex-perier ce, knowledge and vision
of our officers and directors
makes a connection here all
the more desirable.
y Avail yourself of our organiza organization
tion organization by becoming a member of
our family of depositors.
Munroe & Chambliss National Bank
. Get your motor washed out FREE
with any five-gallon can of oil pur purchased
chased purchased at Mack Taylor's Filling Sta Station.
tion. Station. 31-6t
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Between Ten Cent Store and Gerig's
C. Cecil Bryant
Room 22 Holder Block
PHONE 195 OR 332
Makes lights better and starting eas
ier. Takes ten minutes to charge
and magneto is good for life of car
THE FORD SPECIALIST
Phone 584 v
Jefferson Street and A. C. L. R. R.
What are you paying for Lubricating oil?
Until April 15th the following prices will apply on Texas Motor Oil:
Medium Heavy Extra Heavy
Barrels $ .65 gal. $ .75 gal. $ .90 gal.
One-half Bar. .68 gal. .78 gal. .93 gal.
Five Gallon Cans 4.00 can 4.50 can 5.00 can
With any 5-gallon can bought I will wash out the motor free.
Free! ie Ewryradly flashlight
with any of the following purchases:
One whole barrel Texas Motor Oil.
One tire and tube, U. S. or Firestone.
One Willard Battery.
I am sure you can make no mistake in laying in a supply of Texas
Motor Oil at this time. Come and see me and let us talk the matter over.
A COSTLY MISTAKE
That is, thinking that you can pay a good price for a good automobile-, feed
it any old sort of oil, and expect service and satisfaction from your car.
Do you realize that over 75 of motor breakdowns and engine trouble is
traceable directly to flint, or hard carbon ? Would you not believe a man crazy to y
deliberately place a handful of gravel or broken glass in the cylinders of his car?
, Naturally you would. Yet you place oils in your motor that produce carbon flinty
enough to cut any metal surface, no matter how hard it is. This is expensively
foolish. You did not understand it before, but:
If you will bring your car to us, we will have your engine washed out at
no cost to you, fill it up with Texaco Motor Oil Extra Heavy, and if you do not
immediately get more mileage per gallon of gas and per quart of oil, and notice
an improvement in the performance of your motor, we will give you the six quarts
of oil necessary to fill up your car.
TEXACO MOTOR OILS CANNOT MAKE A FLINT CARBON
Therefore, by using it you eliminate imperfect lubrication.
Remember: A "Cheap" oil does not mean an "Inexpensive" oil.
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c -.rr x Isnt worth while to
il ear glasses if they will I PRACTICAL
free you from headache?
. Br C vT
DR. K. J. WEIHE,
Optometrist and Optician
As a strengthening tonic there s
nothing, better than Nux and iron
Tonic Tablets, $1 per bottle of 100
tablets at Gerig's Drug Store. Guar-
antted or money back.
Careiul estimates made on all co..
tra? work. Gives more and better
woik f-r the money than any othr
contractor in the city.
You can always get fresh or salt
vtater fish, oysters, shrimp, etc, at
tho City Fish Market on Fort King
avenue. Phone 158. tf
Sentilla Cigars sold everywhere, m
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TIKIS IS A STUDEBARER YEAR
Our Splendidly Equipped Repair Shop
See How Well We Are Prepared -to Fix Vonr Aatomoblle
MUEPUY MOTOR COMPANY
Main Street, Opposite Ocala Iron Works - OCALA, FLORIDA
Raising ttie Family just a Uttle misunderstanding that's all! i
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OCA LA EVENING STAB. SAT UD RAY, APRIL 2, 1921
J. R. SPENCER
Full line of
W. R. PEDRICK
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
GOODYEAR 22(3 U.S. TIRES
Exclusive Agents for
18 MONTHS GUARANTEE
. An Up-to-Date
Battery Service Station
We maintain an up-to-date
garage with expert workmen, at
all times, assuring prompt and
GASOLINE, OILS and CREASE
SPENCER-PEDRICK MOTOR CO.
Master J. C West,, at the home of
his parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. L. West
on the Lake Weir road, celebrated
yesterday his seventh birthday. In
honor of the occasion, about twenty
of his little friends and playmates
The house was prettily decorated
with fern, pink roses and pmk and
white oleander. The centerpiece of
the dining table was a large birthday
cake, iced in white and decorated with
seven pink candles and the initials of
the young man whose birthday it was
were traced on the cake in pink icing.
Ice cream, cake and candy were serv
ed by Mrs. West assisted by Miss
Those invited were Richard Chace.
Arthur Cobb, Arthur MeAteer, Harry
Cole, William Richey, Buster and
Lindner Fort, Marshall Green. Ernest
and Bettie Smith. Bfllie Barnett.
Rammie Bateman.-Edward Robinson,
Doris Bryant and Catherine Mae God
The event proved a most happy one
and the small guests wished the honor
guest many happy returns of the day.
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. 28-6t
COUNTRY SMOKED MEAT
For sale, hams 30c a pound; sides
25c. pound, and shoulders 20c. pound.
W. M. Shockley, LowelL Fla. 30-6t
Yesterday was the 'eighth birthday
of little Virginia Carmichael and the
event was celebrated by her by invit inviting
ing inviting about thirty of her little friends
to a lovely party. Mrs. Carmichael
was assisted during the afternoon by
Mrs. J. G. Parrish, Mrs. Good and
Mrs. J. S. Engesser. Miss Natalie
MinshaH served punch on the porch
during the afternoon. The time pass passed
ed passed only too quickly, such a good time
did the children have playing games.
The refreshments of cake and cream
topped with red cherries, were served
in the dining room. This room and
all the other rooms were beautifully
decorated with red lilies, the color
scheme being carried out in the re refreshments.
freshments. refreshments. A large birthday cake
with eight lighted candles was placed
in the center of the table, and the
small honor guest cut the cake. It
was with reluctance that the guests
said their good-byes and the occasion
will long be remembered by those in invited,
vited, invited, the following being present:
Virginia Peek, Cora Mae Pillans,
Ethe! Thayer Pillans, Irene Gilmore,
Laurie Hampton, Louise Moxley. Leo Leonora
nora Leonora Taylor, Marie Ellen Philips,
Louise Philips, Margaret Taylor, Ruth
II ill man, Doris Thomas, Mary Louise
Shephard, Clifton Hocker, Clifford
Ayer, Laura Sewell, Janet McRae,
Dorothy and Marion Walkley, Ruby
Condon, Marie Lena Hayes, Eugene
Bitting, Elizabeth Smith, Mary New Newton
ton Newton Baker, Orfie McLin and Mary
AT THE CHURCHES TOMORROW
During these days of readjustment we are glad to
nieet our customers personally, and anything we
can do to promote our mutual interest will be
cheerfully done. Our Bank is anxious to give the
very best service that can be given to the commu commu-.
. commu-. nity. Come in and talk over conditions with us.
Resources More Than a 81,000,000
THE OCALA NATIONAL BANK
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It is owned by many who can afford
to pay anything they wish for the
things they use.
It is always bought because of its
known value and its after economies.
W known value and its after economies. Mj
ll The gaaoUn rwMw yton U unusually low
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J AUTO SALES CO.,
u Mack Taylor jc
I Ocala, Fla., Phone 348 j
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John J. Neighbour, Rector
First Sunday after Easter
7:30 a. m. Holy communion. 1
9:45 a. m. Sunday school.
11 a. m. Morning prayer and ser
7:30 p. m. Evening service.
AH cordially invited.
Rev. C. I, Collins, D. D., Pastor
9:45 a. m. Sunday school.
11a. m. Sermon, "A Man Who De
serted God. The ordinance of the
Lord's Supper at this service.
6:45 p. m. Junior B. Y. P. U.
6:45 p. m. Senior B. Y. P. U.
7:45 p. m. Evening worship and
sermon, "How Jesus Wants Us to
C. W. White, Pastor
9:45 a. m. Sunday school.
11 a. m. Preaching followed by the
6:45 p. m. Senior League.
7:45 p. m. Preaching by Dr. R. H.
Alderman, president of Southern Col
Special music by Mr. and Mrs. H.
Constantine. A welcome to all.
J. G. Waggoner, Pastor
10 a. m. The Bible school studies
"The Ideal Christian.
11 a. m. Sermon. Subject, "Fi
nancing the Kingdom of God."
7:30 p. m. Sermon on "The Un
A cordial welcome for everybody to
all services. :
The Woman's Missionary Society
meets at the church Monday at 3:30
(Rev. W. F. Cresdn. Pastor)
11 a. m. Morning worship.
Organ prelude (Lawrence).
Hymn, "Father, Again in Jesus'
Name We Meet, etc.
Scripture lesson, Heb. 9:1-28.
Hymn, "Come, Holy Spirit, Heavn-
ly Dove," etc
Prayer (congregation standing).
Solo, "He Giveth His Beloved
Sleep" Miss Bullock.
Sermon, Christ and the Holy Spirit.
Hymn, "Bread of Life."
Hymn, Coronation C. M.
Organ postlude (Quentin).
7:45 p. m. Evening worship.
Organ prelude (Lawrence).
Hymn, Onward, Christian Soldiers.
Prayer (congregation standing).
Hymn, "Awake My Soul."
Scripture lesson, I Thessalonians,
Hymn, "Pass Me Not."
Duet, "He Shall Feed His Flock"
(Handel) Miss Bullock and Mr. Rich Richardson.
ardson. Richardson. Sermon, 'Weeping the Wide Mar Margin.",
Hymn, "There is a Fountain."
Organ postlude, March (Ashford).
Christian. Science Service
Room 5. Merchant's Block
11 o'clock Sundays.
Wednesday evening meeting at 8
pretty designs, worth 50e a yard
Special for Saturday and Monday
"The Fashion Center"
A 4 A A t A J A A A
Grocery Specials for
SATURDAY and MONDAY, April 2 and 4
12-pound bag Gold Medal Flour 85c
Clover Bloom Butter, pound 58c
vSugar, pound . -9Vc
We offer you a big saving on our entire line of
Groceries. Give us a share of your patronage. Be
sure and get Community Silvers ere Coupons FREE with
every 25ent purchase.
IV 1 M I a rum x
WE HAVE THE TIRE YOU WANT
WHEN YOU WANT IT
. "SERVICE" Qur Motto
UNITED STATES TIRES HOOD TIRES
P SINCLAIR MOTOR OILS
& CARS WASHED AND POLISHED
1 KUMBAK SERVICE STATION
SUGAR SATURDAY AND MONDAY
11 pounds of su?ar for one dollar,
with a dollar's worth of other groc
eries for cash, Saturday and Monday
only. Phone 377.
tf H. B. WH1TTINGTON.
Special to Introduce
One 10 ounce package ol
when bought with one pound Wilson's
Nut Oleomargarine at 28c a pound, and lg
one pound Wilson's Certiiied Oleomar-
garine at 33c a pound. This gives you :j
twn nnunds and ten ounces at the price $1
ol two pounds.
Cash and Carry
One East and one West City Square
OCA LA EVENING STAB, SATUDRAT. APBIL 2, 1921
1 X Vi r JCj
. m Regular Meals 50 Cents
Prompt Short Order Service
' Sea Foods in Season
JOHN METRE, Prop.
Next door to Anti-Monopoly Drug Store
. South Magnolia Street
THE WINDSOR HOTEL
In the heart of the city with Hemming Park for a front yard.
Every modern convenience in each
second to none
ROBERT M. MEYER,
TV. mbUiW i-tlU-jmmam
of tbM4i mt
Yon Need These In
Your Summer Garden
ALTERNANTHERA, border plant
ASTERS, assorted colors
COLEUS, large assortment of colors
GAILLARDIAS, yellows and browns
PETUNIAS, single and double
SALVIA, tall and dwarf, best flower flowering
ing flowering varieties
SWEET ALYSSUM, pretty for bor borders
ders borders TORENIAS, summer pansies. blue
VERBENAS, large flowers; assorted
ZINNIAS, New Giant
All the above from 2V -inch pots,
strong, well grown plants, $1 per doz.;
$7.50 per hundred.
ASPARAGUS-SPRENGERI, 25 cents
each; $3 per dozen
ALLAMANDA, 25c. each
ACALYPHA, best all around foliage
plant for Florida, $1.50 per dozen.
CROTONS, brilliantly colored foliage
plants for bedding, 35c, 50c, 75c.
and $1 each
CHRYSANTHEMUMS, white, pink
and yellow, $1.50 per dozen
HYDRANGEAS, 50c, 75c and $1 ea.
HIBISCUS, single and double, red,
Sink, orange, 25c.-35c.-50c each
T BLOOMING J AMINE, 25c ea.
PLUMBAGO, blue and white, 25c and
GERANIUMS, all colors, 25c and 50c.
POINSETTIAS, 25c. 50c and 75c ea,
Remember, these plants are accli
mated, grown in Florida soil, and the
best that skill and experience can pro produce.
duce. produce. F. O. B. express. No parcel
We Also Have Flower and Vegetable
Seeds of the Best Varieties
MILLS THE FLORIST, Inc.
Visit Our Greenhouses 20 E. 8th St.
Sentilla the mild cigar.
E. K A VAN AUG II
A Complete Stock
One of the Li vest
Stores in-the City
April Victor records at THE BOOK
You can buy the famous BUTTER BUTTERNUT
NUT BUTTERNUT bread in 10 or 15-cent sizes. It's
made at Carter's Bakery. 28-t
room. Dining room
One, 1916 Buick, A-l shape, newly painted,
good tires, $350
One, 1919 Ford Truck, A-l shape, extras
amount to about $150, for $550
If you have any society items for
the Star, please call five-one.
Mr. J. D. Young of Leesburg was a
visitor in the city today.
This is a Studebaker year
Boys' kool cloth suits, $4,
Waterman, The Haberdasher.
. Buick, 5 passenger, new top, 'good
tires, a real bay. Spencer-Pedrick
Motor Company, Buick Dealers. tf
fhe Eastern Star sewing circle will
meet Tuesday afternoon, April 5th, at
the home of Mrs. Bradford Webb, at
Kodak films developed, printed and
enlarged. High class work only.
Blake's Studio, over Helvenston's. 12t
The friends of Mrs. Ed Carmichael
will be sorry to hear that she con continues
tinues continues quite sick, and they hope that
she will soon be improved.
Sentilla Cigars will suit your taste.
Boys Kickapoo shoes. H. A.
terman,' The Haberdasher.
Cinnamon rolls are just the thing
j for your midday luncheon these spring
! days. Get the Federal Bakery kind. 6t
Mrs. Clarence Philips and two little
girls, Marie Ellen and Louise Philips
of Jacksonville, are the guests of Mrs.
George Taylor for the week-end.
Our special loaf of BRAN bread is
the kind recommended by your doc doctor.
tor. doctor. Carter's -bakery. 28-6t
Roe shad and king mackerel now in
at the City Fish Market. Fort King
Nunnally's and Liggett's Candies
educed to ONE DOLLAR the pound,
tt Gene's Drug Store. tf
Mr. Frank Harris Jr., Mrs. Lewis
Shepherd and Mrs. F. E. Harris left
in their car yesterday for- Miami, to
attend the golf tournament being held
in that city.
Get your candy at the old price of
one dollar per pound at Gerig's Drug
Store. Nunnally's and Liggett's. tf
We are showing the best line. of
bathing suits made, "Bradley's. For
ladies, misess, boys, little boys and
men. H. A. Waterman, The Haba
This is a Studebaker year.
The many friends of Dr. Thompson
of Dunnellon, who was taken to the
Marion County Hospital several days
ago. will be glad to hear that he is
Just in ROADWAY Coffee, ones
and threes. Include a can in your next
order. Cook's Market and Grocery,
Phone 243. tf.
Hot Boston baked beans and brown
bread for Saturday night supper at
Carter's Bakery. l-2t
Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Bailey and fam
ily, who have been living in the
Chambliss house, have moved into the
cottage on Pine street recently vacat
ed by Mr. A. C. Price and family.
1918 7-passenger Buick. Just paint painted,
ed, painted, new top; 90-day mechanical guar
antee; good tires; $1050. Spencer-
Pedrick Motor Co., Buick dealers. 28tf
The members of the Woman's Club
have been busy beautifying that por
tion of North Mam street that has re
cently- beeiv opened up by the city
Yesterday they planted eight palms,
which will make that spot more at
Pear! necklaces for
!THE BOOK SHOP.
THE STORY OF RUTH
Dr. Wharton tells of a distinguish
ed literary man in England, who was
asked by some young ladies to read
to them the most touching story he
had ever seen. Substituting modern
names for the real ones, he read to
them the story of Ruth. They were
perfectly delighted with the story,
said it was the finest they had ever
heard, and asked who was the author.
The story of Ruth is the loveliest
narrative- in the Old Testament,
which abounds in beautiful stories.
Merely as a piece of literature it is
perfect and priceless is the opinion
of the late Dr. Pelonbet.
The "Friendship" Wesley Bible
class of the Methodist church, with the
assistance of several others, will dra dramatize
matize dramatize this story at the armory on
the night of April 8th for the benefit
of the building fund. Mrs. Manly is
directing the play .which promises to
be very pretty as well as instructive
Ask your grocer for Federal bread
and accept no other. If he doesnt
furnish it, tell the Federal Bakery. 6t
W. K. Lane. M. D- physician and
rorgeon, specialist eye, ear, nose and i
throat. Office over 5 and 10 cent store
Ocala, Fla. Adv. tf
Presbyterian auxiliary circle No. 1,
Mrs. J. C. Smith chairman, will meet
Monday afternoon at four o'clock with
the chairman. Presbyterian auxiliary
circle No. 2, Mrs. W. W. Condon chair
man, will meet Monday afternoon at 4
o'clock with the chairman. Presby
terian auxiliary circle No. 3, Mrs. G.
S. Scott chairman, will meet Monday
afternoon at four o'clock with the
chairman. Presbyterian auxiliary
circle No. 4. Miss Elizabeth Davis
chairman, will meet Tuesday night at
8 o'clock with the chairman.
Just received, dress shirts for $1.25.
H. A. Waterman, The Habadasher. 2t
Why fret over a warm stova mak
ing pastries when you can buy a pan
of cinnamon rolls at the Federal Bak Bakery
ery Bakery for only fifteen cents? 28-6t
Boys' kool cloth suits with extra
trousers, $6.50. H. A. Waterman, The
Spring weather has arrived for
good and now's the time to eat cin-
Federal Bakery. 21-Ct
CYLINDERS RE-BORED AND
GEO. J. WILLIAMS
Formerly Carroll Motor Company
Garage, Osceola St.
PHONE 597 Nirht 408
Arrival and departure of passenger
trains at OCALA UNION STATION.
The following schedule figures pub
lished as information and not guar
(Eastern Standard Time)
SEABOARD AIR LINE RAILROAD
2:20 am Jacksonville-NTork 2:10 am
1:55 pm Jacksonville 1:50 pm
4:17 pm Jacksonville 3:50 pm
2:15 am Tamna
Manatee-St Petrsbrg 4:05 pm
2:55 am NTfork-St. Petrsbrg 1:35 am
2:15 am Tampa 2:15 am
1:50 pm Tampa-Manatee 1:35 pm
4:05 pm Tampa-St. Petrsbrg 4:05 pm
ATLANTIC COAST LINE R. R.
2:27 am Jacksonville-NTork 2:33 am
- 1:45pm Jksonville-Gainsville 3:24 pm
6:42 am Jksonville-Gansville 10:13 pm
2:33 am St.Petsbrg-Lakeland 2:27 am
3:24 pm St-Petsbrg-Lakeland l:Zopm
7:10 am- Dunnellon-Wilcox
7:25 am Dunellon-Lkeland 11:03 pm
3:30 pm Homosassa 1:25 pm
10:15 pm Leesburg 6:42 am
4:45 pm Gainesville 11:50 am
Monday, Wednesday, Friday.
Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday.
One, 1914 Ford Truck
One, 1914 Buick "4"
One, 1916 Studebaker
L Willam J
You won't be satisfied
with a car unless you are
satisfied with the battery.
The Willard Threaded Rub
ber Battery not only gives the
right service to begin with, but
keeps on giving it, and actually
outlasts the "battery plates.
The plates are insulated
not merely separated. And the
Threaded Rubber Insulation
neither warps, cracks, nor punc
tures, because unlike wood
separators, it is not affected by
Drive around. Ask questions.
We give authorized Willard
OCALA STORAGE BATTERY CO.
OCALA, f LA.
NEEDHAM MOTOR CO.
General Auto Repairing
Gasoline, Oils and Grease
USED CARS TOR SALE
Cars Washed $1.00
Cars Polished '.. -50
Oklawaha Ave. &. Orange St
Ceo. Hay 8 Co. S
Funeral Directors $j
and Embalmers H
Two' Licensed Embalmers 3
Motor Funeral Cars Ji
Private Morgue and Chapel
Day Phone 47
Night Phone 515
G. B. Overton, Manager
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:
one month. $3. Payable in advance.
WOOD Giles Wood Yard. Seasoned
oak or pine wood for either stove or
. fireplace, Jl and $2 per load. Yard
corner South Main and Third Sts.
Phone 112. 2-22-tf
FOR SALE Tomato 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
BOARDER WANTED $G per week.
Apply to 92J-S. Lime St. 28-6t
FOR RENT Fur risked apartment at
1129 Ft. King Ave. Phone 207Y. 12t
FOR SALE Genuine Porto Rico
plants, 8 to 12 in. Ion j, government
inspected; no Travels or disease.
Guaranteed immediate delivery.
$1.75 per thousanJ, express collect.
Write for prices on vines. C. XL
Cooner, 746 Wyrminia St.. Ocala,
Fla. Phone 389. 30-tf
FOR RENT Or.e hous with garage
and two furnished or unfurnished
rooms. Phone 221. or call at 607 Ft.
King Ave. Zl-dt
WANTLD Rrgs; must be well laun
dered. No sowing room scraps. Old
table or bed linen or underwear pre preferred.
ferred. preferred. Four cents per pound. Star
FOR RENT Comoletelv
three-room, apartment for light
housekeeping. Apply "B" care the
Star office. 31-3t
FOR SALE Sweet peas. Apply to
Mrs. T. M. McLean, Fort King ave avenue.
nue. avenue. Phone 220. Box 85. 31-3t
WANTED Several hours bookkeep bookkeeping
ing bookkeeping work to do at night. W. R.
Britt, city. 31-3t
FOR EXCHANGE Six' horse "Peer "Peerless'
less' "Peerless' boiler and engine, for three three-or
or three-or four-horse gasoline engine. J. M.
Fennell, Box 30, Route B. Ocala,
In the Circuit Court of the Fifth Ju Ju-tdician
tdician Ju-tdician Circuit of Florida, in and
for Marion County, in Chancery.
F. W. Ellison, Complainant, vs. Mary
Ellison, Defendant Order for
It is ordered that the defendant
herein named, towit: Mary Ellison,
be and she is hereby required to ap-'
pear to the bill of complaint filed in
this cause on or before
Monday, the 4th day of April, 1921
It is further ordered that a conv of
thi.i order be published once a week
for four consecutive weeks in thi
Ocala Evening Star, a newspaper
published in said county and state.
This 5th day of Mtrch 1921.
(Seal) T. D. Lancaster,
Clerk Circuit Court, Marion County,
Florida. By Ruth Ervin, D. C.
S. T. Sistrunk,
Complainant's Soliictor. 3-5-sat
In tha Circuit Court of the Fifth Ju Judicial
dicial Judicial Circuit of Florida, in and
for Marion County, in Chancery.
James Strain, Complainant, vs. Eliza
Strain, Defendant Order for
It is ordered that the defendant
herein named, to-wit: Eliza Strain, be
and she is hereby required to appear
to the' bill of complaint filed in this
cause on or before,
Monday, the 18th day of April, 1921
It i3 further ordered that a copy of
this order be published once a week
for "four con'ecutive weeks in the
Ocala Evening Star, a newspaper
pub'.ishel m said county and state.
This l&th day of March, 1921.
(Seal) T. D. Lancaster Jr.,
Clerk Circuit Court, Marion County,
Florida. By Ruth Ervin, D. C. ;
Wm. A. Jeffccat,
Complainant's Solicitor. 3-19-sat
Kodak films developed, printed and
enlarged. High class work only.
Blake's Studio, over Helvenston's. 12t
Smoke ScntOla. Best 10c. cigar, m
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