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The Ocala evening star
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Ocala Evening Star
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Evening star
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Began in 1895; ceased in 1943.
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OCALA

EVENING

STAR

TEMPERATURES
This morning, 4 degrees.
This afternoon, 87 degrees.
WEATHER FORECAST
Generally fa!r tonight and Saturday.
VOL 27
OCALA, FLORIDA. FRIDAY, APRIL 8, 1121
NO. S3

DOTH HOUSES ARE

DOl'JII TO BUSINESS
Legislative Hopper at Tallahassee is
- Open and Flood of Bills
Pouring In
(Associated Pre)
. Tallahassee, April 8 Both the
House and Senate got down to work
today with all departments function functioning.
ing. functioning. A mass of bills in addition to
those introduced yesterday was ready
for the House hopper today, while the
Senate expected to get its share. The
House resolution ordering an inves investigation
tigation investigation of the state road department
is expected to be passed by the Sen Senate
ate Senate during the day and the Senate
may take up the resolution allowing
the appointment of two circuit judges
' 4. 1 4.W-. vhstM-tlo lWt la
in circuits wuere jwuianuii -j
more than 75,000.
MEETING DIRECTORS CITRUS
EXCHANGE CANCELLED
tijuoclate Press)
Tampa, April 8. The meeting of
the directors of the Florida Citrus
Exchange called for Miami April 13,
has been cancelled on account of the
necessity for President Ross and sev several
eral several other officials to be in Washing Washington
ton Washington at that time for a conference
-with the Interstate Commerce Com Commission.
mission. Commission. 1
CROOKED BASEBALL
WILL NEVER PAY
(Ar-soclated Press)
Chicago, 4pril 8. Three ousted
members of the Whita, Sox released
on account of indictments in connec connection
tion connection with the World Series scandal,
are organizing a team with the ob object
ject object of playing clubs not in the major
leagues, it was learned today. The
three players are Jackson, Risberg
and Williams. It is stated that Mc Mc-Mullin
Mullin Mc-Mullin and Felsch will also be includ included
ed included in the line-up.
TAKES LONG TIME TO
MAKE WHITMAN SERIOUS
(Associated Prpss
New York. April 8. Impressed
with the detailed account of the El El-well
well El-well murder given at Buffalo by Roy
Harris, former Governor Whitman, in
charge of the murder investigation,
said today he was beginning to take
more seriously Harris alleged con confession
fession confession of complicity in the crime.
1918 seven-passenger Reo. Two
new cord tires in rear, other tires
fair. Good top. In good repair. $400
for quick sale. Spencer-Pedrick Motor
Company. 8-tf
:iiiimuiniinm8
Geo. MacKay 1 Co.
Funeral Directors
and Embalmers
Two Licensed Embalmers
Motor Funeral Cars
Private Morgue and Chapel
Day Phone 47
Night Phone 515
G. B. Overton. Manager
Auto Repairing!
all CARS
CYLINDERS RE-BOREp AND
WELDING
JFFICIENT WORKMEN,
PROMPT SERVICE
REASONABLE CHARGES
- GEO. J. WILLIAMS
Formerly Carroll Mptor Cojnpan7
Garage. Osceola St-
PHONE 597
Night 408
FORD
Magnetos Recharged
Makes lights better and starting eas easier.
ier. easier. Takes ten minutes to charge
and magneto is good for life of car.
ADAMS
THE FORD SPECIALIST
Phone 584
Jefferson Street and A. C. L R. R.
DAWKINS' MARKET
Phone 519
111 W. Broadway
4J?fc Isn't it worth while to
SpR ear glasses if they will
stjf ree you from neadae
DR. K. J. WEIHE,
Optometrist and Optician.
Eyesight Specialist

PUT THEM IN THE PEN

And They Will Understand United
States When They Come
Out
(Associated Press
Chicago, April 8. Two policemen
are dying, another man is dead and
two other persons are suffering from
wounds as the result of a street fight
in the steel mill district at midnight.
Two plain clothes policemen were
crowded off the sidewalk after a quar quarrel
rel quarrel with three steel workers, who
later opened fire, the police replying.
Authorities say that steel workers
not speaking English may .have
thought the policemen robbers.
FINAL SCORES IN
O. H. S. FIELD DAY
The events which had to be post postponed
poned postponed were run off at the high school
grounds Monday and Tuesday after afternoons
noons afternoons and resulted as follows:
Boys
Half-mile run: Harold Smith,
James Knight, Jack Williams, Joe
Moses.
Baseball throw: Harold SmithV
William Wilkes, Whitner Koon, Joe
Moses.
120-yard hurdled (high): Whitner
Koon, George Jordan, Harold Smith,
Dudley Cole.
220-yard hurdle (low): Harold
Smith, Whitner Koon, George Jordan,
Dudley Cole.
High jump: George Jordan, Har Harrington
rington Harrington Hall, John Cook, Dudley Cole.
Broad jump: Harold Smith, Whit Whitner
ner Whitner Koon, Harrington Hall, James
Knight.
Girls
440-yard relay: Seventh grade
team composed of Martha Rivers,
Carrie Brooks, India Smith, Evelyn
Wilkes.
High jump: Maud Gary, Evelyn
Wilkes, Marie Hensley, Flora Sher Sherman."
man." Sherman." 60-yard hurdle: Flora Sherman,
India Smith, Marie Hensly, Evelyn
Wilkes.
Nine-pound shot put: Estelle
Wilkes, Carrie Brooks, Marie Hens Hens-ley,
ley, Hens-ley, Evelyn Wilkes.
Baseball throw: Carrie Brooks,
Marie Hensley, Estelle Wilkes, Eve
lyn Wilkes.
Walking race: Margaret Gerig,
Marie Hensley, Louise Clement and
i Frances Overton.
j The grand prize of a loving cup
:that has already been used for an
interclass trophy on several occas occasions
ions occasions was awarded to the freshman
class, which made a total score of 95
points. Second" place was won by the
junior class, with a record of 68
points. The seventh grade scored 48
points, the eighth grade 40, the soph-
.omore 25, and the senior class two.
! The- individual cash prizes of $5,
$3, $2 and $2 for those winning the
four highest' places were given as
follows:
Boys: First prize, Harold Smith;
second, Whitner Koon; third, Joe
Moses; fourth, George Jordan.
Girls: First, Estelle Wilkes; sec second,
ond, second, Marie Hensley; third. Flora
Sherman; fourth, Carrie Brooks.
It is to be hoped that this field day
will become an annual affair of gen general
eral general interest to the school and com community.
munity. community. O. II. S. Track Team
The following boys will represent
the Ocala high school in the state
high school meet at Gainesville to
morrow;
Harold Smith, Robert Hall, Dud'
ley Cole, James Knight, Harrington
Hall, Wycliffe Steele, Reese Hunni-
cutt, Alfred Meadows,
The events in which they will eon-
test are the 100, 200 and 440-yard
dashes, 880-yard and one-mile run,
half-mile relay, 220 and 120-yard
hurdles, 12-pound shot put, high and
broad jump and. pole vault,
STOP? LOOK! LISTEN!
That oil in your oil pan, when was
Jt drained out and fresh oil put in?
This should be done every 1000 miles
to get the best results from your
motor. We are going to do it free
for you at Mack Taylor's Filling Sta Station.
tion. Station. 31-6t
-THE LAST HOUR
The last story telling hour of the
school year will be held at the pri.
mary school building on Thursday
afternoon at 4 o'clock. The children
of the town are cordially invited to
be present.
SUGAR SATURDAY AND MONDAY
12 pounds of sugar for one dollar,
with a dollar's worth of other groc groceries
eries groceries for cash, Saturday and Monday
only. Phone 377.
tf H. B. WHITTINGTON.
SPRING CLEANING
Get your motor washed out and new
oil put in at Mack Taylor's Filling
Station. 31-6t

L
E
Absolute Control Over Everybody
Else Seems to be the Only Thing
to Suit the Unions
(Associated Press)
London, April 8. Great Britain
today appeared face to face with an
industrial crisis of unprecedented pro proportions.
portions. proportions. The National Union of
Railway Men and the Federation of
Transport Workers decided to strike
in support of the British miners, who
have been out since early this week.
Hope that the miners and employers
might 'meet government officials to
discuss means of settling the strike
apparently was blasted shortly after
noon, when it was announced the
miners had refused to meet the em employers.
ployers. employers. RELY ON ARMY AND NAVY
RESERVES
London, April 8. It in the inten intention
tion intention of the British government to is issue
sue issue an appeal for volunteers for
transport and other essential services
in view of the prospective triple al alliance
liance alliance strike, was the announcement
in the house of commons today by
Premier Lloyd George. A royal proc proclamation
lamation proclamation would call up the. army and
navy reserve, he said.
STRIKE TUESDAY
Railway men and transport work workers
ers workers tonight decided to Strike, Tues Tuesday
day Tuesday in sympathy with the miners,
following failure of the reopening of
negotiations for settlement of the coal
strike.
!
i
ATKINS FAILED TO
GRAB THE OFFICE
(Associated Press)
Blountstown, April 8. Judge Wil Wilson
son Wilson has dismissed the contest over
the election for sheriff in Calhoun
county, holding that J. M. Atkins had
failed to make a case. Sheriff C. D.
Clark, running in the primary to suc-
jceed himself, was defeated by Atkins
by a majorit yof 22 votes. Clark ran
in the general election as an inde independent
pendent independent and was elected by eight
votes.
PARIS EXPECTS
ANOTHER PROPOSAL
Paris, April 8. It was stated semi-
officially here today that a fresh
proposition on reparations is expect expected
ed expected from Germany." There are uncon unconfirmed
firmed unconfirmed reports that the Germans are
making another effort to interest the
United States in the question.
Children's Dresses all sacrificed be below
low below cost. FISHEL'S. 3t

TIA

CRISIS

FACES

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ARRIVED
THIS MORNING
25,000 yards
Fine Quality Flowered Dress Voiles
Pretty Patterns
Purchased for Cash for about 50 cents on.
the Dollar from a large New York jobber
retiring from business.
Commencing
TOMORROW
these goods will go on Sale at per Yard

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TIED AND UNTIED

Makes You Dizzy to Watch Some
Matrimonial Maneuvers
(Associated Press
Miami, April 8. Dade court re records
cords records fail to show that Paul G. Mains,
entangled in matrimonial complica complications
tions complications with Pearl Pruitt in Atlanta,
ever obtained a divorce in this coun county.
ty. county. Friends say, however, that a di divorce
vorce divorce was granted in Duval county
last year.
Mains married-the Pruitt girl in
Atlanta four days ago and the girl's
parents attempted to have the mar-!
riage annulled on the ground that
Mains was already marriwd. The girl
married another man three dayslater.
Mains declares she is his wife since
he divorced his first wife.
MAINS HAD BEEN UNMARRIED
Jacksonville, April 8. Mains was
divorced by Wilhelmina E. Mains here
May 11th last year, Duval court re records
cords records show.
IV ANN OF INVERNESS
i IS SOME PITCHER
j i Associated Tress)
S Inverness, April 8 J. Vann, a local
! pitcher, struck out 22 men in the
jgame with Brooksville yesterday. The
'locals won, three to nothing.
JESSE MUHPHY KILLED
Associated Press)
I Arcadia, April 8. Jesse Murphy
! accidentally killed himself this morn morn-jing.
jing. morn-jing. He was taking a gun out of an
j automobile when it discharged. Mur Mur-i
i Mur-i phy was 27 years old and a war vet-
eran.
TAPS SOUNDED FOR LILLARD
(Associated Press)
Chicago, April 8. Colonel Ephraim
Il.illarrl fnrmpr u'nri?n nf thi 7pn.
Itucky s,tate prison and a Confederate
veteran, died here today.
SUGAR SATURDAY AND MONDAY
12 pounds of sugar for one dollar,
with a dollar's worth of other groc groceries
eries groceries for cash, Saturday and Monday
only. Phone 377.
tf H. B. WHITTINGTON.
Boys' kickapoo shoes. Composition,
also rubber soles. The latest. You
should see them. H. A. Waterman,
The Halerdasher. 8-2t
j
j Now is the time while you have a
! licensed and experienced Chiropractor
in town, to have
j ailments removed.
Ocala House.
all those physical
DR. KIPLINGER,
7-3t
Straw, panama and balliluk hats.
.Come early before your size goes. H.
A. Waterman, The Haberdasher. 8-2t
This is a Studebaker year.- tf

FRANK'S
"THE FASHION CENTER"

EM1I1TI0II Of
RAILROAD AFFAIRS

Chairman Cummins Introduced a Res Resolution
olution Resolution to Investigate Trans Transportation
portation Transportation Affairs
(Associated Press)
Washington, April 8. Chairman
Cummins of the Senate interstate
commerce committee drafted today a
resolution for introduction next week
authorizing a geenral and exhaustive
examination of railroad affairs.
HOO'ER WANTS BUSINESS
METHODS
Secretary Hoover continued today
a series of conferences with represen
tatives of leading industries lookine
toward the formation of an advisory
council to the department of com
merce composed of business men.
M ESOPOTA M IAN MANDATE
Associated Press)
London, April 8.-Consideration of
a British mandate over Mesopotamia
will be begun at the next meeting of
the council of the league of nations to
be held in June.
BANDITS HAVE VANISHED
(Associated Press)
Cincinnati, April 8. Postoffice in in-spetcors
spetcors in-spetcors and the police have been
unable to find any trace of the three
bandits who last night held up a truck
and escaped with three pouches of
registered mail. An estimate of the
loss was unobtainable because the
mail was incoming from various
cities.
FREE FOR ONE WEEK ONLY
To introduce our fine kodak finish finishing
ing finishing in your community, please send
us six or more names and addresses
of people having kodaks and we will
develop one roll of films tor you, and
print you one of each free.
THE WARE STUDIO,
7-2t St. Cloud, Fla.
FOR QUICK SALE
One second hand Dodge touring,
$600. See John Johnson, at Colonial
hotel. 2-6t
SUGAR SATURDAY AND MONDAY
12 pounds of sugar for one dollar,
with a dollar's worth of other groc groceries
eries groceries for cash, Saturday and Monday
only. Phone 377.
tf H. B. WHITTINGTON.
Get your fruits and vegetables
beets, onions, new potatoes, at the
Dixie Fruit tSore, next to the Vogue.
P. H. Shafer. 8-2t

ATTEND THE LECTURE

NEXT MONDAY EVENING
You Will Get Amusement and In-
' struct ion Out of "Getting the
Most Out of Retailing?
The six-reel feature film. "Getting
the Most Out of Retailing will be
presented for the first time in Ocala
on Monday night, April 11th, at eight
o clock, in the court house. In con
nection with the film, lecture on re retail
tail retail merchandising will be given. All
merchants, sales people and business
men and women in the city and coun county
ty county are invited to attend. No charge
will be made for admission. The sec secretary
retary secretary of the Board of Trade has se secured
cured secured the film and merchandising lec lecture
ture lecture through the courtesy of the Na National
tional National Cash Register Company of
Dayton, Ohio. W. F. Brennan. ex expert
pert expert lecturer of the Dayton com company,
pany, company, will be the speaker. The lec lecture
ture lecture has been highly commended.
Causes for losses and failures in re retail
tail retail business are shown, and their
remedy told in the lecture, which has
been prepared from the experience of
that company in its thirty-six years
of dealing with merchants in all
parts of the world.
A prominent place in the lecture Is
given to the value of newspaper ad advertising.
vertising. advertising. Mr. Brennan will tell how
to prepare newspaper copy, how to
secure best results, and why a merch merchant
ant merchant should advertise continually.
Window display, efficiency of clerks,
selling methods and other topics of
interest to merchants will also be
discussed.
The film tells in a vivid manner
the story of a merchant who is near
failure. As the film progresses, the
reasons for his lack of success be become
come become plain. Poor arrangement of
goods, an unattractive front, and
most of all. out-of-date business
methods, all contributed their quota
of loss. Finally a change comes in
the career of the merchant. He re
models his store, installs a modern
system, does more advertising and
rises rapidly to success.'
ANNUAL CONFERENCE
LIBRARY ASSOCIATION
Librarians of the State Will Meet in
Ocala April 14 and 14
The first session of the Florida Li Library
brary Library Association, which convenes in
Ocala Wednesday, April 13th, will be
held at the Ocala public library at 2
p. m.
Call to order by the president.
Address of welcome by Mayor R.
L. Anderson Jr., of Ocala.
Response by Mr. S. S. Green of
Bartow.
President's address, "Recruiting for
Library Service."- y ...
Discussion.
The second session will be held at
8 p. m. at the Woman's Club building.
' Address, "Service of Women's
Clubs to Florida Library Service"
Mr. J. W. McCollum, Gainesville,
president F. F. W. C
Paper, "Traveling Libraries' Mrs.
Ford H. Rogers, Ocala.
Music or other feature provided by
local committee.
The third session will be held at
9:30 a. mM Thursday.
"Library Conditions and Needs in
Florida' Miss Helen Steele, Tampa.
"A Library Commission tor Flor
ida" Mr. J. F. Marron, Jacksonville.
Discussion led by Miss Ruth Wool-
man, Tallahassee.
2 p. m. "Children's Work" Miss
Pierce, children's librarian, Tampa.
Round table on library problems led
by Miss Serena Bailey, Palatka.
Binding, book buying, circulation,
library records and other subjects
will be brought out.
Business meeting.
Adjournment.
JACKSONVILLE PLUMBERS
r ARE DOING THEIR PART
Jacksonville. Anril 8. Despite the
fact that local plumbers recently re rejected
jected rejected a reduced wage scale proposed
by the Employing Master Plumbers
Association, charges for plumbmg
done by members of the association
will be reduced 10 per cent, effective
April 11.
According to the employers, the
proposed reduction makes a total de
crease mTplumbing costs of 25 per
cent within the last few months. The
employing plumbers declare in a
statement that they are doing their
part towards the reduction of build
ing costs.
The Catholic ladies will hold a cake
and candy sale on the Ocala House
porch Saturday afternoon at two
o'clock. -2f
Get your beans, squash, cucumbers
and tomatoes at the Dixie Fruit
Store, next to Vogue. P. H. Shafer. 2t
Hot Boston baked beans and brown
bread for Saturday night supper at
Carter's Bakery. 8-2t
Smoke Sentffla. Best 10c dear, za

LIE flHIHE
Til THE

la .Able to Supply Famished by the
Stills Between Jacksonville
and St. Augustine
Aociatd Pre)
Jacksonville, -April" 8. Sheriff
Dowling today announced the seizure
of two of the largest stills ever cap
tured in Florida. They were located
withirt 100 feet of each other, near
Sunbeam, between Jacksonville and
St. Augustine. Each still was capa
ble of producing 500 gallons of moon
shine daily. The officers seized sev
eral barrels of mash and a large
quantity of other material.
CITY WON THE CASE
News comes from Tallahassee that
the supreme court has sustained
Judge Bullock in the case of R. L.
Anderson versus city of Ocala.
The cause of the suit was some pav
ing on Magnolia street in front of
property owned by Mr. Anderson.
When the city paved this street sev
eral years ago, it required Mr. An Anderson
derson Anderson t and other property owners
each to pay his proportion (one-
third) of the cost. Mr. Anderson
considered his rights invaded and re
fused to pay. The city brought suit
in the circuit court, and Judge Bul
lock decided in Its favor. Mr. Ander
son carried the case to the" supreme
court, which first decided in his fa favor,
vor, favor, but on a rehearing reversed its
decision.
SECOND HAND FORD ROADSTER
1921 second hand Ford roadster
with starter at a bargain.
7-3t AUTO SALES CO.
Hot Boston baked beans and brown
bread for Saturday night supper at
Carter's Bakery. 8-2t
You can always get fresh or salt
water fish, shrimp, etc, at the City
Fish Market on Fort King avenue.
Phone 158. tf
Our Bathing Caps are pretty and
durable. All fresh stock. Ceng's
Drug Store. tf
Keep the hands and face soft with
ILASOL. 50 cents the bottle at
Ceng's Drug Store.
Boys' washable suits in the Paul
Jones make, middies and all styles.
IL A. Waterman, the Haberdasher. 2t
NEEDHAM MOTOR CO.
General Auto Repairing
. and Storage
Gasoline, Oils and Grease
USED CARS FOR SALE
Cars Washed $1.00
Cars Polished
Oklawaha Ave. & Orange St
Phone 252
: Ye Solicit :
-
: Your :
1 Cleaning
1 and
Pressing
We have opened a cleaning
and pressing department in
connection with our Men's Z
Furnishings store in the
Ocala House block. Besides-
-men's work, we are specially
J prepared for cleaning ladies' J
dresses, silks, satins, crepes
and fancy woolens. All the
latest methods are used in- J
2 eluding the French Dry t
Cleaning process.
All orders receive prompt Z
Z attention, and goods are call- J
ed for and delivered in any
.art of the city. All work Z
Z guaranteed satisfactory.
Z This department is under
the personal supervision of
Mr. F. W. Eroderick. J
Out of town orders solicit-
Z ed. We pay return parcel
post on all work.- J
Yalhley&Barnett :
Phcne 74 Z



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The Costa Rican-Panama war has
takt-ii a vacation.

F.x-Cov. Catts is reported to be
lt'!dlin patent medicine again. He
.surely sold poor Florida a big dose
of quack nostrum.

Jude Landis .ays this country
should give prohibition a fifty -year
trial. It's going to give it a longer
trial than that or bust.

Total debt of United States is a
little less than twenty-four billion
dollars. It was reduced during March
by nearly seventy-two millions.

The traveling salesman has gloomy
days when he figures that he could at
least stay at home and take orders
from his wife.

Mr. Nathan Mayo is chairman of
the House committee on appropria appropriations,
tions, appropriations, and is on other committees
enough to keep him busy. Marion's
two representatives are pretty well
recognized at Tallahassee.

An alleged humorist proposes to
make Ring W. Lardner governor of
Yap. Wish they would put him
where his execrable corruption of the
American language wouldn't take up
so much space in the papers.

Crooked baseball is a felony in New
York state, according to a bill signed
by the governor recently. The bill
provides that any one offering a
bribe to a player to "throw" the
game is guilty of a felony, as well
as the player who accepts it.

The Ocala-Star handed the Tampa
Tribune an awful jolt on the no-fence
controversy. Clearwater Sun.
We are afraid the Tribls nreiudiced.

Editor's a big man working for a big

salary on a big paper. Isn't glad "to
get a little bit of tough meatf to
worry over, like us poor folks are.

- Senator Weaver of Taylor county

has introduced a bill into the legisla

ture to create a new county by the
name of Dixie by cutting off the
southe end of Lafayette. Lafayette
hasn't enough people in it now less

than 10,000 to support a county
goyernment, and it looks like folly to

divide it.

In an effort to reform hardened
drunkards the police of McKee's

Rocks, Pa., have imported six Mexi

,can pine and bull-head snakes. These
reptiles are six feet in length and

dangerous looking, but actually harm

less. When a "drunk" is brought in

he is given a berth with the snakes

Thus scared, he earns his release by

promising to reform.

Representative C. W. Hunter re
turned home this morning from Tal
lahassee, to attend to business af

fairs, the House being practically

marking time today and tomorrow.

"Speaker Jennings has appointed Mr,

Hunter chairman of the committee

on finance and taxation one of the
most important and hardest-worked

in the legislature. He is also a mem

ber of two or three other committees.

Lakeland Telegram thinks that a
citizen who carries a pistol when he
goes into a dangerous place is more
likely to have to attend his own fun funeral
eral funeral than save his life or property.
Our observation has been that a citi citizen
zen citizen who- has the nerve to go into a
dangerous place is fully as danger dangerous
ous dangerous a man as any he is likely to meet
there. Of course no man should go
into a dangerous place if he can help
it, but sometimes he can't help it.

A dispatch from Washington says:
Florida's urban population is 355,825,
compared with 219,080 in 1910, and its
rural population 612.546, compared
with 533,539 in 1910, according to
data announced today by the census
bureau. Florida's urban population
increased 62.4 per cent during the
last decade, compared with an in increase
crease increase of 104.7 per cent between 1900
and 1910, and its rural population
increased 14.8 per cent, compared
with 26.6 per cent during -the ten
years 1900 to 1910.

It is not pleasant for the Star to

admit it has been fooled, neither is it

much comfort to know that others
have been fooled as badly as itself, so
it might pass the following story,up

if it did not consider that it was its
duty to print it.
It will be remembered that some
weeks ago a story was in circulation
that two men by the name of Pontzer
had oeen here, looking ovir orange
groves, and had been taken in by
some slick parties and lost" over
twenty-five thousand dollars, which

story they told when they returned
north. The Star investigated the
story, but could find nothing to back

it. The police had heard nothing,

and the hotels declared no persons of

the name had put up with them.
Ocala was thronged with strangers
at that time, few of whom stayed
more than two weeks and it would
have been impossible for even a man
who was watching them all the time
to have remembered half of them.
The Associated Press correspon correspondent
dent correspondent here sent out a denial of the

report, and in doing this he counted
on the men, if there were any such
men, to come forward and make
themselves known and give proof
they had been here. This they could
easily have done ,and perhaps would
have done so if they had not hoped by
keeping quiet to recover some of
their money. They could almost cer certainly
tainly certainly have recovered it if they had
gone imediately after losing their
money to the sheriff or city marshal.

They had not done anything unlaw unlawful,
ful, unlawful, tho' .they had been very silly, but
the men who swindled them had done
enough to send them to the peniten penitentiary.
tiary. penitentiary. The victims had not been home
very long before they communicated
with the authorities here, who of
course did not give out anything,
hoping to locate the swindlers in
some other part of the state. But it
is almost certain that soon after their
big haul they left Florida. They were
most likely an organized gang of con confidence
fidence confidence men .and took some time to

trap the two unwary strangers. They
could not have succeeded without the
help of some local people.
Intelligence of the affair was soon
communicated to Mayor Anderson,
who has been doing all he could with
his very limited powers to obtain
clues to the thieves. By his permis

sion we print the following letter,

which may bring some information
and will .at any rate be of interest.

The Pontzers do not write like would-

be swindlers, who are squealing be because
cause because they were stung. They write

like honest men who thought they

were engaged in an honest transac

tion, and were deliberately swindled

by men .who they thought werej

friends.

A strong proof of the sincerity of

the Pontzers is that they received a
large sum of money by telegraph
while here, and about the date they
give as the time that they were re relieved
lieved relieved of their cash.

The letter follows:
Kersey, Pa., March 7, 1921.
Mr. R. L. Anderson, Jr., Mayor of
Ocala, Florida.
"Dear Sir: Your letter of March 1st
received and in reply will give you as

Lmuch information as possible. My

father and I left here on Jan. 12th,
to go South for a warmer climate, to
liVe hereafter, on account of my
father's health. On Jan 22nd we met
a young man stopping at the Asfcor
hotel, in Orlando, Fla., who called
himself Charles Kempfer. "We be became
came became somewhat acquainted with him
and he asked us to go with him to an
orange grove in his car the following
day, as he wanted to buy some or oranges
anges oranges to send to his home, which he
said was in Cincinnati. We went with
him and when we returned to Or Orlando
lando Orlando he said that the following day
he expected his father, and later he
informed us his father had sent a tel

egram stating that he was at Winter

Haven. He also said that he was go

ing to Winter Haven and asted us if

we wanted to go with him, as he was
going alone and thought it would be
company if we went with him. All it
would cost us would be half the gaso gasoline,
line, gasoline, he told us; so we went with him.
Wre arrived at WTinter Haven about
4 p. m. He met an old man there
who he introduced to us as his father.
We stopped there an night. The next
day we went to Tampa and stopped
there two nights at the Atlantic hotel.
The next day, it being the 29th of
January, we went to St. Petersburg,
and stopped at the Flagler hotel one
night. The next day we left at noon
and went to Inverness, where we
stopped one night.
Leaving Inverness at 9 o'clock the
following morning, we went to Ocala,
where we arrived about 11 a. m. and

had dinner. The four of us then took
a walk around the town and while
passing ope of the hotels there came

across the street a man and upon see seeing
ing seeing him old man Kempfer said to us:

'I believe I know that man; that's

the man who made a lot of money for

the judge at St. Louis."

The man passed us and went into

the hotel, coming out again in about

five minutes, when old Kempfer spoke

to him and said:

'Mr. didnt I see you at St.

Louis some time ago?"

But the man acted very strange.

Finally old Kempfer drew a newspa newspaper
per newspaper from his pocket, showing where

this man helped the judge at St.

Louis to make a lot of money out of

the New York Stock Exchange. The
man asked old" Kempfer if he knew
the judge there and old. Kempfer said
he was a personal friend of the judge,

so this man then introduced himself
as J. T. Sherwood and said:
"If yoa are a personal friend of the
judge then come up to my room."
He also told us to come along. We
went up to the hoteL
His room was on the third floor, I
think. He seated us and then told
us his business. He said he was
working under an auditor for the
New York Stock Exchange, and had
to be very careful what he was doing,
but that they knew just what the ex exchange
change exchange was doing by some private
party wiring to them when a certain

stock was to be run up and how and
when to buy. He said they made no
mistakes in the three years he was
with them. He also showed us a lot
of surety bonds he was under and a
letter from the secretary his bond
would not be renewed after its ex expiration,
piration, expiration, April 1st. He said he was
not allowed to speculate for himself,

or give out any information. As old
Kempfer asked him several times if
he could not do something for us as
he did for the judge, he replied:
"Under this condition, that I am

soon to lose my job and a man ought
to look out for himself and his fam family."
ily." family." He told us he had a big mortgage
against his home and would like to
get that paid off before he lost his

job, so he said:

"I can not use my name as I am
under the auditor, but you do not need
any money. All I want to use is your
names, and I will give you each 25
per cent of the gains and I want 50
per cent," meaning old Kempfer and
I. He also said there was stock to
be run up that afternoon of which he
would soon get word.
About three o'clock he took us up
to the exchange, located in a local
hotel, third floor, in rooms in the east
corner of the hotel facing the street
going toward the old station. In the
first room was a table. It was used

for an office room. "In the adjoining
room was a large slate on the wall
with the quotations on it. There was
a telegranh apparatus, also a large
safe or vault, a counter with a
screening over the top, it being about

eight feet long., and a desk in the
corner. The telegraph operator and
the manager were back of .this coun counter.
ter. counter. Mr. Sherwood had the four of us
go out in the office room, where he
made out a ticket for old Kempfer
and one for me, and gave us each
$500 and told us to x take the ticket
and the money in and lay it on the
counter, in front of the operator. In
a little while the stock went up 1
points. Then Sherwood made out an
crder to sell and told us to take it in,
which we did and got $2000 apiece.

We stayed a little while in the office

room, then bherwood made out two

more tickets, one for Kempfer and
one for myself, for an option on
50,000 shares of Mexican Petroleum

together. The stock began to run up,

and when it was up two points he or

dered us to sell; and it made a gain

of $100,000, when sold. He told us

to go in and get the money. It was
handed out to us, but before we could
count it the manager stood up and

said:

"Are you men established or could

you have made good if you had lost?"

Then Sherwood came into the ex

change room and said: "I knew these

men would be well able to put up one

point if they had lost." Then the man

ager said: "You must get establish established."
ed." established." Sherwood asked him to give us

24 hoars to do this.

Then we left the place and after afterwards
wards afterwards out on the street Sherwood
said to us: "I can fix that., I have
a friend in New York and I will wire
him and we will get established." So

the next day he came to meet us and

showed ug a telegram stating that his
friend had gone to Europe and said

that all luck was against him. Old
Kempfer spoke up and said maybe
we could fix that. Then Sherwood
left. He said he had to go and see
his auditor and would be back in the

afternoon and if we could do any

thing it would be very good for us all.

Old Kempfer said he could get his
money by drawing a draft on his
bank. I told him I could not do any-

tning nere, out would nave to go

home, which would take a week or

more, so Kempfer said it wouldn't do
to leave so much money lay up there,
after it was there for us.
When Sherwood came back in the
afternoon Kempfer told him the time
was too short for us to get establish established,
ed, established, so Sherwood said,' "Well go up
and see the manager and maybe he
will give us more time." He gave, us
two weks time to show a credit in
some bank that we were worth that
much money.
On the 11th of February, when we

were established, we went up to the
exchange about 12:30 p. m. to get the

money. When we got in the mana manager
ger manager was not there and the operator

said he could not pay out that mon money
ey money as it was agreed with the man manager
ager manager and that the manager would not
be in till 10 a. m. the next day. Then
as Sherwood had informed us the day

before that he was transferred to
Pittsburg and would have to leave as
soon as possible, he said: "My God,

is there no way that we can fix this
up today, as I have to take the next

train to Pittsburg?"
Then the operator said: "I will call
Mr. Walker; maybe he can help you
out."
The operator got word that if it
was a cash transaction this Mr. Wal Walker
ker Walker could pay it, so Kempfer said we
would just have to get our money over
there for them to count. I had my
money deposited in the Bank of Dun Dun-nellon,
nellon, Dun-nellon, at Dunnellon, and Kempfer

also had his money in the other bank
at Dunnellon, so we went to Dunnel Dunnellon
lon Dunnellon and got our money, took it up to
the exchange and gave it to the ope operator
rator operator to count and then went out into
the office room where Sherwood was
figuring out how much his part
would be. He then made out a
ticket for his share of the money,
and gave it to Kempfer to buy a cer certain
tain certain stock for him. He then went
out to see his auditc r. When he came
back to ask Kempfer what he had
done, old Kempfer got mixed up and
told the manager to put all the money
up on that stock. The stock he bid
on went down two points and Sher Sherwood
wood Sherwood made it appear that we could
not put up a point and that it was all
lost; that we had all lost our money
and that there was nothing there for
us any more.
The amount of money I lost was

$25,500, all in $100 bills, except one,
which was an old $500 bill, the money
I drew out of the Bank of Dunnellon
on Feb. 11th, 1921. The banker
didn't think it was anything out of
the ordinary, as he said every two
weeks he handled $100,000 on pay
day, and he seemed to know this
Sherwood.
Also Kempfer drew his money out
of the other bank at Dunnellon. It
can easily be ascertained whether he
had any money in the bank, or wheth whether
er whether they had the money between them.
He showed me his money on the way
coming back.
Please let us know what you think
could be done about this. If it would
be well for one of us to go down, we
could probably do so. We also wrote
the sheriff some time ago and had his
answer and in reply we referred him

to you, as you have the full particu particulars
lars particulars of the matter. Please let us hear
your opinion.
Yours very truly,
H. P. Pontzer.

Descriptions
The first man we met was Charles

Kempfer, at Orlando. He was 28 or
30 years old, about five feet six in inches
ches inches tall, blue eyes, sandy complexion,
small red, sandy mustache, wore gray

suit and soft hat; quite active in his

walk, stoop-shouldered, weighed about

135 pounds; he drove a 1920' Nash

car, four-passenger sport model, with

green body, wire wheels and Florida
license.

Second man met was O. T. Kemp

fer, about 65 years old or older, six

feet tall or over; weighed about 200
pounds; stood very straight, square-

shouldered. His hair was light gray or
nearly white; blue eyes, light eye eyebrows;
brows; eyebrows; wore heavy glasses; a red red-dich
dich red-dich face; never talked very much;
wore a gray checked suit. Had quite

lot of traveling bags with him and

claimed he was Charles Kempfer's

father. Stopped at a rooming house

opposite the Ford garage, near rail

road crossing while at Ocala.

Third man met was J. T. Sherwood

at Ocala; age about 45 years, brown
eyes, dark hair, smooth face; weigh

ed about 150 pounds; stood straight;

was very active in his walk, a good

talker; wore brown suit and soft hat.

While at Ocala stopped at the .

hotel, where you can probably see his

name on the register and get more in
formation from the clerk.

Fourth man met, the manager of
the stock exchange, called himself
Mr. Flood: was about 65 years old,

heavy set, weighed about 200 pounds;

height about 5 feet' 7 inches; bald

neaded, white beard on face, not
shaved; had a kind of correct, slow

way of speaking.

Fifth man, the operator at the ex

change, about 30 or 35 years old,, dark

hair and rather dark complexion

slim built, about 5 zeet s inches in
height; wore a shield over his face
while working the instrument. Could

not learn his name.

Also, there were five or six men in

the exchange room on the 11th of

February. Some of them were deal

ing in stocks. One was a tall, raw-

boned man about so years old. six

feet in height, smooth faced, high
cheek bones, slow in his voice, wore a

dark suit and heavy flannel shirt

Also one I remember was a heavy set

man about 35 years old; dark hair,
round looking face, black mustache,

probably 5 feet 6 inches tall; wore a

dark coat and soft hat.

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OCA LA EVENING STAB, FRIDAY, APRIL 8, 1921

NOTICE!

Notice Is hereby xiren that the following tends to th City of Ocala. will
4e sold at public auction on
X05DAT, THE 8ECOXD DAY OF MAY, 181
at the City Hall, In Ocala. Marlon County. Florida, or so much thereof as may
be necessary to pay the amount due for city taxes herein aet opposite the same,
together with the costs of such sale and adrertlsing:

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lot 4 block. 19 Old Surrey
except 10 ft off n end lot
3 block 27 Old Survey ...
WMr lot 4 also 6 ft e and wTy
112 ft n and a tn se cor lot 3
block 27 Old Survey
W of block 32 Old Survey..
33 ft e and w by 100 ft n and s
in se cor lot 3 block 34 Old
Survey
Com 25 ft a of me cor lot 4
block 45 Old -Survey, thewce s
29 ft w 126 ft n 59 ft e 70 ft
s 30 ft e 119 ft
Com 78 ft s of ne cor block 48
Old Surrey w 105 ft 8 49 ft
e 105 ft n 49 tt
50 ft e and w .by 100 ft n and s
in nw cor lot 2 blk 48 Old
Survey
58 ft e and w by 224 ft n and
K on west side of block 47
Old .Survey
82 ft n and on n side lot 2
block 49 Old Survey

S lot 4 block 49 Old Survey
Ixts 3 and 4 block 51 Old Sur

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W4 of e lot 2 block 55 Old
Survey
Com 73 ft n of se cor block 57

Old Survey, w 18 ft n 24 ft w

42 ft n 3 ft.w 29 ft n 29
ft e 89 4 ft 9 5614 ft

Lot 10 Holder's sub .w1? Mock

67 Old (survey

W of lots 2 and 3 bkck 69
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Lot 1 block 15 N S S
Lots 1 and 4 block 16 X S .-'

N lot 4 block 18 N S S
Lot 3 block 18 N S 63
8A lot 1 block 19 N 8 S ..
S lot 3 block 19 N S S
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block 23 N S 8 1

All lot 2 block 23 N S S
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N lot 2 block 25 X S
Com 87 ft e of sw cor block
34 X S S n 112 ft e 90 ft s 112
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City Lots
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SM lot 3 block I Allred's add.j
Lots 5 and 6 block 2 suto block1
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Lots 2 3 .block 4 AJlred's add.
Lot 3 block 6 Allred's addition
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blocks 3 and 4 (Allred's addi addition
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lot 38 (Smith and Dough Dougherty's
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Caldwell's addition w- 70 ft

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VThb lot 1 sub lot S3 Caldwell's
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side lot 4 Benton's sun 101 st
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212 ft e and w toy 210 ft n and
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well's Caldwell's addition
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In nw cor lot 37 Caldwell's
addition ...
Com 70 ft e of nw cor lot 37
Caldwell's addition e 70 ft s
190 w 70 ft n 120 Xt

Lot 3 block 1 Benjamin's sub
iblocks 40 and 41 Caldwell's
addition
Lot 6 (block 2 Benjamin's sub

iblocks 40 and 41 uawiweiis
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Lot 7 block 2 Benjamin's sub
lots 40 and 41 Caldwell's
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Lot 12 Buffum's sub lots 52!
and 55 Caldwell's addition..!
Lot 3 Teajrue's resurvey of lots
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South and Watula streets
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tion intersection of Oklawah. ave and!
Watula ft s 119 ft w 66 ft n'
- 119 ft e 66 ft ':!
font n-n o tl.l o tf OsAOia Stl

s 125 ft e to S IA L r r nortn- j j
easterly -with- said r r to! I
oolnt e of befflnalner w to! j I
To1nt of lelnTitre also comt I
mi sM rvf OvmIh st 40 ft! I

n of s tooundary ..j IJ15J52

e to S A L r r thence soutn-f j j
westerly to Osceola st n to! 1 I
Mint nf !hirl-nn1nf ........I I 1

Com 76 ft s vf nw cor .117115152 j

s 80 ft e .105 ii n bu rt w j i
I I I

Com 333 ft n of a point 40 ft! 1 1
w f se cor 1 7!15'22

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MASVU3 OF OWNER

iTaxes
) and
(Costs

J. R. White
Grace Coleman

Annie E. Ruth

it E. Cary
Mrs. Lena Pedrick

iS. C. McDuffy

Carmlchael and Son

Carmlehael and Bon

PAID

Fannie Ayer ;
C. 1L Stewart .....

'J. L. Brooks

PAID

F. E. Harris

. E. Harris

George Giles

c. B. -Benton

Mrs. E. 1L Bailey

T. H. Fatio

C. B. Benton

Unknown
Unknown

iSallie Graden
Folly Graden
Olara Car mice
IT T. RrnnVi

!E. H. Martin

(Heirs Cora Smith .
h. P. Bitting

Kflna fiippen
Carmlchael and Bon .

824.68
13.05
14.50

11.65
50.85

14.80

143.10

158.55

40.43
24.38
19.25
39.13

64.35
118.88
79.50
6.75
22.50
12.26
47.70
22.60
13.05
5.49

16 20

8.33
13.05

16.80

16.50
12.00
16.20

-DESCRIPTION OF LANDS S Ti R

Lots 13 14 and 15 Magnolia
Place
Lot 36 Magnolia Place
Lots 64 65 Magnolia Plac .
Ltota 71 and 72 Magnolia Place
Lots 1 2 3 4 5 block 1 Palmetto
Park
Lot 5 tolOCk 2 Palmrttn Park"

Lot 1 block 7 Palmetto Park..

! I

Lot 9 Bullock's sub neli ;1S 132!

Carmlchael and Son ...- 725.85
Unknown.. .. 16.50
Lottie Jar-vis V.-. 8.93
Farley Murdock 3 60
Mrs. A. Y. Strunk 9.90
J. R. Roddenberry 5.48
Sam Vaughn 3 60
Frances Boyd 2.97
liSam Vaughn 1.40
I
1 Mary Priest 12.28
Mrs. J. B. Hayes 3.63
Unknown 1.84
Mrs. C. Ricard 2.63
Unknown 4 68
O. C, Peterson 2.01
Louise Booe 7.35
Unknown .. 8 .90
W. P. Chalker 10.20
Mrs. C. M. Todd 10.20
Ed Hill 9.90
Ellen MeClain.. .. .. 8.33

PAID
PAID

'R. W. Fllnn

A. B. Sav&gra

Carmlchael and Son

.T. H Spencer .

F. E. Harris ....

S. iA. if oses ....

W. A. Moorhead

M. C Landers

J. H. Stephens

Carmlchael and Son

lts 3 4 -block 4 Hilliriew

Com 40 ft w of nw cor block!
8 H! It" view w 105 ft s 180 ftl
e 105 ft n 180 ft

Com 2621 ft e and 318 ft n of! I

sw cor of we4 1 191 S-22

" II W tWB It S 106 rt e'
408 ft j
Com at nw cor of neU of ne'ihui
s 210 ft e 220 ft n 210 ft w1
220 ft 1 1
Com 90 ft w of se cor kt 8i-

iary addition w 40 ft n' 1
115 ft e 40 ft s 115 ft l I 1

Com 4a ft w of ne cor lot rsi 1

Gary addition w 45 ft s 11! f
ft e 45 ft n 112 ft "1 1 1

Com 90 ft w of ne cor lot 88' I

ary addition w 45 ft s 112! 1
ft e 45 ft n 112 ft 1 i i

45 ft and w toy 11 ft n and i

s an se cor lot 88 Gary's add!! 1
tion 1 1 1

Com 45 ft w of se cor lot 88! t

Gary's addition n 112 ft w 45!
fr s 12 ft e 45 ft !

40 ft e and w by 11 ft n and' f

s in nw cor lot S9 Garv's! '
addition t 1 I

Com 80 ft e of nw vr lot 89' I I

Gary's addition s 11 ft e 50' '
f t n 11 2 f t mr 50 f t I i i

Lot 89 Gary's addition ex 40 ft' '

e ana w py 11 n-and in nw! I
cor and ex com 80 ft e of nw! 1 1
cor s 11 ft e 50 ft n 112 ft!
w 30 f t I I 1

11'-' ft tj and s bv 45 ft a-ni! I

v n fw cor Jot 88 Gary's ad-' I
d-Ition ." t j r
0 ft e and w by 112 ft n and' i
s in ne cor lot 92 Clarv'a nrt.i

ditlon . 1 i

Cum 70 .ft w of ne cor lot 9'

Garys addition w 70 ft s 112'
ft e 70 ft m 11 ft 1 1

Com 171 ft w of ne cor lot' I

H' iarr-s addition w 50 ft'
s 112- ft e 50 ft n 112 ft !

Com 135 ft w of se cor lot IW

irary addition 90 ft n 11 1
ft e 90 ft s -112 ft ...... 1

Tot 5 block 4 Lincoln ITIaM--'

lxts 3 6 block 3 Ditto's Rcvi-'

ca niat nlat nook A

152 ft e and w .by 63 ft n and'

i7i Tie vor tot 1 K. Smith
addition

Com 50 ft e of cor lot 6 F!

. f-mlth's addition c ."rt ft n'
100 ft w 50 ft s 100 ft 1 1

E i of lot 15 E. G. Smith ad "'

ditlon !

lot 8 sirb of lot 18 K. G.

Smith's laddition 1

Lf)t 7 Mitchell's Revised plat.'
Lot 23 Mitchell's Revised plat' 1

L.01 Z9 '.Mitcneii s Revised plat!
Tot 59 Mitchell's Revised -nlat!

Lot 21 block 8 West End I

Lots 9 M 13 14 15 18 24 block 9'

West End

Lot 18 block 9 West End I

Lots 1 3 5 7 (block 10 West End!

tots 11 13 block '0 Wewt End. 1

lot 12 block 10 West End

Lots 14 16 block 10 West Knd!

Txts 19 21 block 10 West End'
Lot 1 sub tofocks 27 and 28!

West End

Lots 8 9 10 11 13 14 15 16 17 18'

19 20 21 block 29 iWest End. .'

Lot 2 block 30 West End I

Lot 4 block 30 West End . .

Lots 13 14 15 16- block 30 West'

End I

Lot 9 block 2 Western add
Lots 3 4 (block 3 Western add
Lots 3 5 iblock 5 "Western add.!

Lot 1 block 6 Western add .

Lot 10 Reardon's Due Wetl

Lots I

Lands described in revised .plat!

or lots l to 16 imc Columbia!

City

Se lot 9 Clme's addition.

N lot 14 CHne'.s addition...'

Lot 18 Clme's addition

All except lot 1 and block 1!'
Cllne addition

Ne1; lot 20 Cline's addition ..'

Sw lot 20 Cline's addition..1

N2-3 of e lot 21 Cline's addii

tion 1

Lot 22 Cline's addition

Lot 27 Cline's add4tlon
Txts 2 and 3 Tucker Hill

Lot 10 Tucker Hill

Ijot 1 Dunn's .N !W addition .

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1 I
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1
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! !1S'1-! I

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1 I

! I

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107 ft n and s .by 70 ft e and wl' I

I

I'll

PAID

G. B. Stein

Citizens Investment Co.

L W. Ponder

PAID

F. E. Harris .

M. W. Lloyd

C. W. Hunter

10.80

3.!

40.13

29.40
118. R

39.83

81.95

16.80

10.50

48.30

98.55
7.05
32.25

24.38

87 rr

43.T.8

!

! I
I I
I 1
! t
! 1
I
I 1

! !

!

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!

(Mrs. Pauline Williams

in nw cor lot 13 Dunn's N W

addition I

NwH lot 14 Dunn's-N W addJl
tion
Lots 2 4 7 9 block C Dunn's Nl
W addition.
Lot 6 block C Dunn's N W ad-!
ditlon. 1
Lots 6 8 9 10 block D Dunn's!
N W add I
Lots 5 7 tolock E Dunn's N W!

addition1.

Lot 9 block E Dunn's N W ad-t

ditlon
Lot 13 block E Dunn's N W

add
All-block H Dunn's N W addi addition
tion addition

Lot 8 tolock J Dunn's N W add!

Lots 12 14 block P uunn s .-v

W add

Lots 1 2 3 4 6 s 10 "blocK k

Dunn's N w add

Lots 11 13 Iblock T Dunn's N

W add

NwW lot 3 Iblock 1 ranjre 1

Ooss "add

Lot 19 block 1 ranee 1 Gos!
add
Lot 3 iblock 2 ransre 1 Goss add
N of n lot 1 block 2 ransre

2 uoss add
Lots 2 3 block 3 ranee 2 Goss

add

W lot 1 .block 2 rans-e
Goss add
Lot 2 block 2 ransre 4 Goss add
. a n. -IJ. 1s i

1v1r 9 -ra.nce S Ooss add...'

Lot 1 block 3 ran-crc 4 Gos add'

315 ft n and s by zio rt e ana
w In se cor. lot 5 sub nw'
1

Lots 5 to 12 lnc except lot IJ i

It 11 sub lot 8 sub tiw'4 ''.!,'

nw 1 '? ''

1

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1

1
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1
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Unknown

(Unknown . .

Unknown

F.-W. Ditto

32.55

1.93

10.50

48. 3t)

64.

NAME OF OWNER

(Taxes
I and
Costs

1 Unknown
Unknown
;L. B. McKenzie
Mrs. Cora MoClaine ..
F. E. McClaine ..
:Unknovrn
1 J. W. Lucas
(Fla Central Land Co..
! Irene B. Jeffeoat

L. Hurst

R. E. Tucker

Willie Lake

Libel la Williams

Annie Bell.

I

Blackshear.

14.93
2.82
3.60
3.60
36.98
2.03
3.60
16.20
16.20

10.50

2. S3

r .33

4.20

1.84

10.50

'Lydia R-ville .63

' J. D. Duffy

PAID

Joseph Dawkin.

Unknown

I

A. E. Jones

Lucinda Jackson.

H. Mcintosh .
I
'j. D. Nelson

2.63

2.63

9.55

4.20

16.80

3 42

13. sr.

2.6S

4.20

,.! 2.

1

Unknown

A nd rew Scot t .
1
ICintna Haines

W. Easterlin?.

L. D. Davis
t
'Unknown
I
!T. Gallman
'J. C. Voet
'Mrs. M. E. Fox
'G. C. Mullens
'Albert Williams..
'Eli Burney
1

'.T. Smith I 16.
sallie Williams 1 5.

'Carmlchael and son
'S M. Middleton. .
iLucy Hall
!Ed Mathers
'H. M. Williams ..
El! Burney
!j. M. Ponder
'Gibbs Orumpton..
'Birch Oneal
I
iWm. Williams.. ..
l.T. J. Waters
!.I. G. Fulpeon
!Ed fack
! Henry G ilium .
Is. Simmons

WOMAN'S CLUB PICNIC

About four o'clock Thursday aft afternoon
ernoon afternoon autos began to arrive at Sil Silver
ver Silver Springs, filled with members of
the Woman's Gub, with their fam families,
ilies, families, all bent on enjoying the outing.
Taking advantage of the water, a
number went in bathing during the
afternoon- About six o'clock they
were joined by the husbands .and
men of the family. The long table
was spread under the trees and heap heaped
ed heaped up with all kinds of delicious
viands. After the picnickers were
summoned to the table, there was a
moment of silence, during which
Rev. J. J. Neighbour invoked the di divine
vine divine blessing. Everyoen before hand
had been instructed to "provide them themselves
selves themselves with knife, fork, plate and cup,
and thus armed they immediately
provided themselves wit has delicious
and as bountiful a supper as any epi epicure
cure epicure could wish. The menu consisted
of all varietie sof sandwiches, potato
and fruit salad, olives, pickles, devil

ed J?ffs not coffee and several kinds
of home made cake. About one hun hundred
dred hundred and fifty took advantage of the
outing and thoroughly entered into
the spirit of the occasion. The grown grownups
ups grownups as wel las the juveniles seemed
to have the time of their lives- The
picnic was one of the most delightful
that has been given in a long time and
from every side one heard the wish
that it might be repeated, and soon.
Everything that is undertaken by the
Woman's Club has the stamp of suc success
cess success and this is another excellent ex example
ample example of it.

ATTENTION, W. O. W. AND W. C

All sovereigns urged to attend a
joint meeting of the Woodmen of the
World and Woodmen Circle tonight,
at. 8 o'clock, to receive the report of
the delegates to the head camp con convention.
vention. convention. C. K. Sage, Clerk.

LIFE

FIRE

A. ETGERIG
INSURANCE
. Ocala, Florida
ACCIDENT AUTOMOBILE

Tickets for "Ruth" can be obtained
at the Court Pharmacy, 50c. each. 3t

Mill

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

St

if

STATEMENT OF
LAM:FAC

!Un known
is. H- Hadley...-
lUnknown
US. H. Hadley. .
llTnknown.... ..
' PAID
i Unknown
I
ilepnis Roberts
'Eugene Dixon..
IT. J. Redding
(Andrew Scott .
lUnknown
! PAID

Unknown,
Unknown
I

C. M. Livingston

Unknown

Unknown;
H. Mitchell

Unknown

i.Xnna B Savage.

.33

3.12
S.60

I

'Catherine Sable ....
Mames Howard.. ..
I
'Grace Ooleman
Icarmtchael and Son
Jc. M. Livingston ..
! Annie James . .
Annie Marshall.. ..
(Hubert Ellis
! Unknown.... ...
Unknown
!
lUn known
'Unknown
Unknown.. ..
'Unknown
llohn McGes
junknown.. .. -!
Annie Marshall...

5.68

5.33

2.01
1.38
1.38
13.35
1.08
2.01
3.90
2.01

,! 1.84

3.90
1 .24
3.90
1.54
3.90
1.21

THE Prices today are advancing in the
markets. But, it should be pleasing
information to the community that I am offering my
entire Dry Goods, Clothing and Shoe stock at the M
Lowest Market price in order that I can make room pj
for my rapidly growing Furniture business. j
If you are interested in Saving, it be-
hooves you to investigate my stock and prices. At H

random I have selected a few articles for your com- X

parison in the following list:

5c

150-yd spool J. P. Coats

Thread

.... .j....

Ladies extra fine Hose,
per pair

10c

4.20

8.63
1.54

Bleaching, good quality,
extra special price, yd.
Blue Chambray Work
Shirts, $1 vajues, at-.
Men's White Handker Handkerchiefs,
chiefs, Handkerchiefs, value...
Men's Sox, good bar bargains,
gains, bargains, per pair

10c
50c
5c
10c

Ladies Middies, good 04 nf)
bargains, each vlwv
Red Star Diaper Cloth, Q QO
27-in. wide, 10 yd. bolts vlV0

Men's Cross BarB.V.D.
style Union Suits ....

Mo

Swiss Dot, in Lavender. Pink, Blue
and Black, per yard

(BdPIUD)

98c

Yellow Homespun or LL -lAp
Sheeting, a yard "1

10c

MAM

Ocala

"WHY PAY MORE?

Florida

W. W. CLTATT,
City Tax CUeeter,
CltT ( Ocala.

eillllllllllllllllllllllHIIIIIIllllllllllllIillllllliW

Unknown I 13.75

0. B. Howse

S. A. Moseg

lUnknown .

H L Hammton

iO. B. Ayer
IE. H. Mote
t
(Edwards and Thompson
)m. Prank
1 J. C. Jackson-
1
Carmlchael . . .

GROCERIES

Phone ns Yonr Orders

Phone 377

Phone 162 ft

190.35 I
59.13
4.69

105.00

31.95 fjjft
28.02 Vf

2.01

J. !W. Pearson.

1 J2.25

87.83

Paul Simmons

J. H.

Speneer

32.55

17.10 I

Citizens Gas Co.

Stephen Hodye

34.95

A 16.50

Pure Lard in 5-pound pails
per pail

8-pound pail Snowdrift
per pail.
8-pound pail Cottolene
per pail
Clover Bloom Butter
per pound.
Fancy Blue Rose Rice, per pound 6c;
17 pounds for
No. 2 Tomatoes
per can
12-pouud bag Self Rising Flour, 78c;
24-pound bag
12-pound bag Pillsbury Flour, 90c;
24-pound bag
Compound Lard, per pound 12Vc
We have PILLAN'S SYRUP in Quart Jars

$1.10
1.25
1.30
.57
1.00
.10
1.50
1.75

THE UNIVERSAL CAH

YOUR OPPORTONITY! I

What the President of the Ford Motor Company says about PRICES.
M We have received the following from Mr. Edsel Ford, president of g
S the Ford Motor Company: x
W "There is no change in the present Ford. Car and Truck prices,
which already are at the lowest possible figure, and now with 5
rock bottom reached on the Tractor price a further reduction in
price in either the car, Truck or Tractor is out of the question; in
fact the big price cuts have been made in anticipation of continu-
EE ous maximum production' and increase may be necessary before
long if a large volume of new business is not obtained. Therefore
present prices of Ford products cannot be guaranteed against pos-
sible increase' S
While there is an actual shortage of Ford cars in other sections,
due to the closing down of the factories, we have been able to se- m g
S cure a few extra cars for Spring trade and can make immediate
EE deliverj' of a limited number.
B BUY NOW WHILE WE PRICES ARE DOWN AND THE CARS ARE
H AVAILABLE. DELAY. MAY BE COSTLY TO YOU.- p
I TUCKER & SIMMONS 1
. DEALERS S
S OCALA - - FLORIDA
liiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiinniii

n 168 ft w 100 ft n 50 ft wl
200 ft s 210 f t 300 ft J
Lot e of and adj toloek 72 OM
furvey x 104 n and toy 57!
ft e and w In se cor .. . ...
Com at ne cor lot A Oajldwell's
addition "w 40 ft s 127 ft wl
' 100 ft s 130 ft e. 250 ft n 257
t J
Com at sw cor lot A C&ldweirsl
oft .ft a 470 ft al

O. D. Wasfbtmrn.
32.85
H. B. WHITTINGTON
Two Phones, 377 and 162
F. E. Harris
56.18
B. H. Sanders
4.50
290 ft w 470 t !
Lota 1 t Wag-noH Flaw ..... I
fB. H. Sanders
Unknown ....



OCALA EVFJNTNG STAB, FRIDAY, APRIL 8. 1921

nmi i nnniinnrnnrnl

UbALA UbbUlllltllbtS

Commencing

C try, ll1'

April

way,

Continuing until

9th

y. April 18th

Drastic
Reduction
Sale of
High
Class J
Merchandise

Ready-to-
& Wear-

and
Yard Goods

Fabrics for
Summer Frocks
French Ginghams and
.Egyptian Tissues, a great
number of pretty patterns
to select from; sold regu regularly
larly regularly at 80c and 90c yard.
During this sale
63c a yard
Imported Flowered Organ Organdies,
dies, Organdies, dainty designs; regu regular
lar regular price $2.25. Sale price
$1.59
36-inch wide Linenes in
all colors; regular 85c and
95c the yard. Sale price
59c a yard

If you have any society items for

the Star, please call five-one.

Sentilla Cigars will suit your taste.
Nice destroys the odor of perspira

tion, 25 cents at Gerig's Drag tSore. tf

Mr. and Mrs. C A. Rice of Citra

were visitors in Ocala today.

Garcia de Ora, that mild Havana
filler; 10 cents all dealers. 25-lm

ger of the Buick Auto Co., Atlanta,
and Mr. E. S. Urs borne, traveling j
representative of the Buick company,;

are expected in the city today from

Orlando to pay a visit to the Spencer Spencer-Pedrick
Pedrick Spencer-Pedrick Motor Co, local Buick deal dealers.
ers. dealers. They will be joined tomorrow by
two Buick officials from Flint, Mich,
and Mr. J. H. Spencer hopes to be
able to take the party ofr a fishing
trip on the gulf tomorrow. r

All Garcia de Ora cigars wrapped

in tin foil; 10 cents c!l dealers. 25-lm

SentHla the mild cigar.

10-m

There's no extra charge for clean cleaning
ing cleaning your fish at the City Fish Market.
Phone 158. tf

Mr. Geo. F. Young of the Young Young-Merrin
Merrin Young-Merrin Co, has gone to Cincinnati on
a short business trip.

You should get one of those kool

cloth boys' suits with extra pair of

pants at $6.50 sale price. H. A,
Waterman, The Haberdasher. 8-2t

Ruffled Organdies and
Voiles

ti A timely Sale 2,50, 2.95, $3.25, $3.75

and 3,95 yard.

tf.
4.
v
.
A

right in the
Heart of
the Season.

During this
Sale we will
allow a 25
reduction
on every Suit,

jfj Wrap or

Silk Dress.
This is the
opportunity
you have
been
waiting
for.

A.'
V
i
a
A.
Zrt

Y'

French Cottons, lovely
sheer materials for light
frocks, embroidered in gay
colors and tasteful pat patterns
terns patterns on colored grounds,
40 and 42 inches wide.
$1.35 yd.
SPRING SILKS
Pelgram & Meyer's "Calcium"
blocked crepe, a high grade
shirt and dress fabric, sold
for $6 .50; during this sale
$4.95 yard
Canton Crepes in white,
black and brown, a fine
quality; sold for $5 50 the
yard. Sale price $4.59 yd.
Best quality Baronetteand
Mirette in all colors; beau beautiful
tiful beautiful skirting fabrics, was
$8.50 yd. Sale price
2.98 yard.
Gold Edge and Belding's
guaranteed Taffetas $2.25,
$2.50 and $3.50 the yard.
Slimmer Millinery
Beautiful Straw Sailors' in'
all colors and white
$2.50 to $4.95 each.

This is a Studebaker year. tf

"They are the best I ever tasted,"

is what a customer says of our cinna

mon rolls. Federal 'Bakery. 6-6t

The following item from the Or

lando Reporter-Star will be of inter

est to many Ocala people: "Yesterday

Deaconess Harriett Parkhill reached
the eightieth golden milestone in her

journey of life, stones which mark a
way always upward and onward, al always
ways always filled with tenderness and carp

for others, always holding charity to

ward the erring, and cheering to the
fallen, as well as hosannahs for those

who climb with unfaltering feet. They
have been beautiful years, and she
wears them as a crown, not as a chain

about her hands. This eightieth
birthday finds her stronger than the

ast year, and for this all her friends

are grateful.

Mrs. M. Handelsman of Newport
News, is expected in the city Monday
for a visit to her daughter, Mrs. Max

Israelson.

ii you want a real bargain in a
Studebaker car see Dr. Kiplinger at

the Ocala House. 7-3t

This is a Studebaker year. tf

Kodak films developed, printed and

enlarged. High class work only.
Blake's Studio, over Helvenston's. 12t

Among the out of town visitors in

Ocala today were: J. A. McFadden,

Citra; Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Lee, East

lake; Mr. and Mrs. Reed, Lake Weir,

and Mr. J. J. Harris of Dunnellon.

T

.

IP IS 1 !iS 3)

You will be more than delighted
when you try a box of our delicious
Log Cabin Candy, and our Martha
Washington Candy. THE VOGUE is

at your service. Phone 580 or 658 for

c;uick delivery of our QUALITY ICE

CREAM. 29-tf

Mrs. M. R. Bray, who has been

sick for the past two months, was

taken to the hospital yesterday. Her

friends hope that the treatment will

prove beneficial and that she will

soon be better.

Ladies' men's and boys' bathing

suits in the Bradley make. All sizes

and colors. Come see them. II. A.

Waterman, The Haberdasher. 8-2t

We delight in showing our line of

pretty Dress Goods. FISHEL'S. 3t

Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Pickelsun of

Brevard, N. C, who have been visit

ing Ocala, Tampa and St. Petersburg,

left yesterday by auto for their home

Mr. Pickelsun is a prominent busi

ness man of Brevard and he and his
wife were charmed with Florida and

Ocala, especially with the climate.

They expect to return later and buy

property in the state. .-

Sentilla Cigars sold everywhere, m

The Catholic ladies will hold a cake

and candy sale on the Ocala House

porch Saturday afternoon at two

o'cioc. 7-2t

Ocala

'The Fashion Center"

Florida

AS)

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this grocery shop and you can get acquaint acquaint-with
with acquaint-with a most modern method of saving money.
Pay less by paying cash an j carrying your gro groceries
ceries groceries home.
SATURDAY and MONDAY SPECIALS
7 bars STAR laundry soap 1 25c
1 pound RED salmon 29c
5 pounds good Rose Rice 25c
Fresh iileat Market in. connection, with attractive prices on
Fresh Meat. PAY US A VISIT.

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Mr. and -Mrs. W. L. Ditto and Mr.

Frasier, who have been spending the

winter in Ocala at the home of Mr,

and Mrs. T. M. Moore, left today for

their home in Versailles, Ky. They

went-as far as Jacksonville in their

car. Mr. and Mrs. Ditto nave Deen

spending their winters' in Ocala for a
number of years and their, friends

here are always glad to welcome

them each time.

Mr. Byron H. King, branch mana-' irVfT CCIUl

ASVERTlSEMENTS

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VAXTED. LOST. FOUND. FOR
SALE, FOR RENT AND SIM-
ILAR LOCAL NEEDS 1

Rates: Six lines,. maximum, one time.
23c; three times. 50c; si t times, 75c:

one month, 13. Payable in advance.

HOME WANTED

Will pay spot cash for real bargain,
in six or eight-room home. Must
be located in desirable neighborhood
and within reasonable distance of the i
square. Give location and full particu- j
lars in first letter. All replies confi-j
dential. Address "BARGAIN, care j
the Star. 7-6t

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New shipments of MILLINERY ar

riving daily at FISHEL'S. 3t

A Star reported stepped into the

armory yesterday evening and watch

ed for awhile the performers in the

play of "Ruth," to be given this eve-

ning, renearsmg tneir pans unaer
the direction of Mrs. Sara Jane Man Manly.
ly. Manly. The play is given by members of

the Friendship Wesley Bible Class of

the Methodist Sunday school,, but it's
an all-church, all-sinners, all-town

performance, and the armory should
be crowded. We are strong for Ruth,

partly because its the first specimen
of literature that did justice to a
mother-in-law, and partly because one
of our friends is named after it.
There's a bunch of good-looking

girls in the play, and in their Oriental

costumes they will resemble houris in

Mahomet's heaven. Read the pro program
gram program elsewhere and don't miss the

show.

WOOD Giles Wood Yard. Seasoned
oak or pine wood for either stove or

fireplace, $1 and. $2 pe load. Yard1

corner South Main and Third Sts.!
Phone 112. 2-22-tf
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FOR SALE Tomato plants. 15 cent;"
per 100; 100,000 improved Porto j I

Rico sweet potato .slips r?-dy to
plant now, fl.5o per 1000. Senl
orders to C. Y. Mijler, 124 South
Tenth St., Ocala, Fla. 15-tf

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FOR SALE Genuine Porto

plants, 8 to 12 in. long, government
inspected; no weavels or disease.
Guaranteed immediate delivery.
$1.75 per thousand, express collect.
Write for prices en vine.-. C. H.
Cooner, 746 Wyomir.ia St, Ocala,
Fla. Phone 3S9. 30-tf

Report of the Condition of

THE METROPOLITAN SAVINGS

BANK OF OCALA

In the State of Florida at the Close of

Business April 2, 1921
RESOURCES

Loans on real estate $ 40,996.80

Loans on collateral secu

rity other than real
estate 26,096.87

All other loans and dis

counts 17,382.60

Overdrafts 204.32
United States bonds 2,963.00

Stocks of corporations.... 1,110.00
Banking house, furniture

and fixtures zz,tw.w

Other real estate 27,600.00
Claims and other resources 281.32
Due from incorporated

banks 9,441.98

Checks and exchanges for

clearing 267.31

Cash on hand 3,4 73.16

WANTED Rags; must be well laun-J
dered. No sewing room scraps. Old
table or bed linen or underwear pre- j
ferred. Four cents per pound. Star
office. 31-6t 1

FOR EXCHANGE Six horre "Peer

less" boiler and engine, for three- j
or four-horse gasoline engine. J. M. j
Fennell, Box 30, Route B. Ocala,
Fla. 4-l-6t
FOR SALE A piano cheap for cash, j
Phone 568 after 6p. m. 2-tf i

FOR SALE Six cows, four calves,
bunch chickens, good horse, farm
machinery and crops, household
goods and piano. Phone 373. 6-3t

Total

$152,617.36

LIABILITIES

Capital stock paid in $
Surplus fund

Undivided profits less ex

penses and taxes paid ) .

Individual deposits subject

to check

Certified checks
Cashier's checks outstand

ing

Savings deposits

25,000.00
40,000.00
208.39
67,173.20
280.00
25.50
55,930.27

Total $152,617.36

State of Florida,

County of Marion, ss:

I. A. St. Geo. Richardson, cashier

of the above-named bankt do solemnly

swear that the above statement is
true to the best of my knowledge and

belief. A. St. Geo. Richardson,
Correct Attest: Cashier.
F. P. Gadson.
W. P. Wilson,
CI. frumnton. Directors.

Subscribed And sworn to before me

this 7th day of April, 1921.
Pearl E. Anderson,
Notary Public.

NOTICE

Ask your neighbor how she likes

the cinnamon rolls she gets at the

Federal Bakery. 6-6t

1917 fivepassenger Buick, new top;

Al shape. $700. Spencer-Pednck
Motor Company. 6-tf

Mr. Clab, who has been connected

with Mr. M. R. Hunnicutt's store, has

recently purchased from Mr. R. Bur Burgees
gees Burgees his grocery store on the corner
of Sixth street and Orange avenue,
Mr. Burgess came to Ocala from
Cleveland, Ohio, about six months
ago. He built up an excellent busi business
ness business and his friends and customers
will be sorry to hear that he leaves
Monday for Arkansas.

Of

ADDlicatkra for Leave to Sell

Minor s Land

Notice is hereby given to all whom

it may concern, that Mary Etta Will

iams, as guardian ox Aune .rsei vvu
liams, minor, will on the

20th dar of AoriL A. U. I9Z1,

aDDlv to the Honorable L. E. Futch,

county judge in and jor Marion coun

tv. at 10 o'ciocK. a. m., or as soon

thereafter as the matter can be heard

for authority to sell, at private sale,
the following described real estate,
in Marion countr. Florida, to-wit:

Lot number nineteen, as snown

upon the map of Snow's Addition,
East. Lake, Florida, as recorded in
plat book "A," page 184. in the office

oi cierK oi tne circuit court in nuu xur

Marion eountv. Florida.

Said land belonging to the estate
of George F. Williams, deceased, and
to be sold for the best interest of said

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

WANTED Second hand harness;
can use single or double sets. Ad Address
dress Address W. A .Redditt, Citra, Fla., or

"R," care Star office. 6-6t

OR RENT Six-room cottage with
all modern conveniences; in good
neighborhood. Possession at once.
Apply to Mrs. T. C. Carter. 8-tf

flbu ymattar soapty vHvat
Vith Bort'a Woad Aat PoMea aarf
tUc it wh mr M tm ppr.
They eat'Bogatrfa
Wonder Ant Poison
oaicUv and ctnr it tothfca U. la
a f.whoart jrea'O ba abaokrtaly rid af

Ak rear druggist for 25
cmt botdu. llhacam't tmp tmp-pUl
pUl tmp-pUl pom w will do o on
wocoipt al 30 cata.
Tha Bo?art Company
Daytoa Back Saa Braasc
FU. Fla.

A Bible Play
At the ARMORY, Friday April 8
8:0 p. m.
By Friendship Wesley Bible Class Benefit Build Building
ing Building Fund, Methodist Church, Under Direction
of Mrs. Sara Jane Manly
MUSIC BY MRS. S. a WARE
CHARACTERS
Boaz, A Wealthy Hebrew Edwin Gernant.
Elimeleck, Brother of Boaz C. G. Barnett.
Mahlcn, Elder Son of Elimeleck Walter Troxler.
Ciilion, Younger Son of Elimeleck Carroll Fraser.
Benj?min, Chief Servant C G. Barnett.
Priest, Officer" of Temple C G. Barnett.
Crccmsman, Master of Wedding Festivities
Claud Barnett.
Ri'.'-h, Orpha, Naobite Women Mrs. C. W. More More-nv
nv More-nv n. Carrie Barco.

Nacmi Edna Sipple.
Neighbor Women Mrs. F. E. Vogt, Miss Lucille.
Prn-n, M- McMullen, Helen Zeigler, Kathleen
; DwPula.
Yi-glns Irene Tompkins, Ruth Simmons. Lucille
' Pegram, Marie Matthews, Rhoda Thomas, Ullaine
Barnett, Lynda! Matthews, Kathleen Leitner, Annie
"Rooney and Miss Davis.
Friends of the Bridegroom John Cook. Ralph
S.Vir.-.nns, JcrAe Counts, Jack Williams, Foy Carroll,
- Et!ward Buhrman, Walter Troxler, Carroll Fraser,
Cccr'-e Blowers.
SYNOPSIS OF PLAY
ACT I.
, Scen 1. Home in Bethlehem. Naomi is distressed
because of famine. Elimeleck and family decide to
flee into Moab.
Scene 2. Three days later.
Vocal selection by Miss Musie Bullock.
Act ii.
Scene 1. Flower Garden in Moab. Plans, are
made for a double wedding.
Vocal selection byIrs. Jean Conoley.
Scene 2. Three widows. Ruth refuses to leave
Naomi and accompanies her to Bethlehem.
Piano solo
ACT III.
Scene 1. Home of Wealthy Boaz in Bethlehem.
Ruth gleans in barley field of Boaz.
Scene 2. Several weeks later. Night of harvest
feast.
Vocal selection by Mrs. II. M. Hampton.
Scene 3. Marriage of Boaz and Ruth.'
Time: When the Judges Ruled over Israel.
Place: The Holy Land.
Seats on Sale at Court Pharmacy
ADMISSION-50 CENTS

RAILROAD SCHEDULES

Arrival and departure of passenger

trains at OCALA UNION STATION.
The following schedule figures pub

lished as. information and not guaranteed.

(Eastern Standard Time)

SEABOARD AIR LINE RAILROAD

Leave Arrive

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

1:55 pm Jacksonville 1:50 pm
4:17 pm Jacksonville 3:50 pm
2:15 am Tampa-

Manatee-St Petrsbrg 4:05 pm

2:55 am N'York-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.
Leave Arrive
2:27 am Jacksonville-N'York 2:33 am
1:45 pm Jksonville-Gainsville 3:24 pm

6:42 am Jksonville-Gansville 10:13 pm

2:33 am StJ'etsbrg-Lakeland Z:Z7am

3:24 pm St.Petsbrg-Lake.land 1:25 pm

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.

L. ALEXANDER
PRACTICAL CONTRACTOR AND
BUILDER

Careiul estimates made on all co.
tract work. Gives more and better
work fr the money than any other
contract or in the city.

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SftiMrjtirm

We cater to those who insist on a high standard
of living coupled with reasonableness of prices.
The Better Fed Yoo Are
the better your health, the higher
your grade of happiness.
Our customers live better for less money than
those' who buy elsewhere.

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S7)

(ox. ?ys

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Boys white washable hats to goj

with the Paul Jones washable suits.
Sizes from the smallest to the largest.
H. A. Waterman, the Haberdasher. 2t

You can save by buying your MIL MILLINERY
LINERY MILLINERY at FISHEL'S. 3t

It's one thing to "claim the "best," and another thing to make good. Try
our cinnamon 'rolls and judge for yourself. Federal Bakery. 6-t

The Thursday afternoon auction
club was entertained by Miss Minnie
Gamsby yesterday afternoon. It was
a most enjoyable meeting. At the
conclusion of the games it was found
that Mrs. F. H. Logan and Mrs. L. R.
Chazal were holders of the highest
scores and winners of the prizes.
There were two tables of players and
at the conclusion of the games re refreshments
freshments refreshments were served by the hostess.

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VE HAVE THE TIRE YOU WANT
WHEN YOU WANT IT
"SERVICE" Our Motto
UNITED STATES TIRES HOOD TIRES
ACCESSORIES
SINCLAIR MOTOR OILS
CARS WASHED AND POLISHED
KUMBAK SERVICE STATION

Bertram Ibbetson & Co.,
Chartered Accountants
of Atlanta, Georgia,.
Will open an office in the Commercial' Bank BtdMing
of Ocala, Florida, effective July 1st, 1921, for the the-practice
practice the-practice of Accounting, Systematizing, Income Tax
Consultation and Preparation of Returns.

ATLANTA OFFICE

250 REACHTREE STREET

W7l Lane7 BL D physician and rurgeon, gpeciiUst eye, ear, nose si
&foat. OfSee over 5 and 10 cent store, Ocala, Fla. Adv. tf

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