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Title:
The Ocala evening star
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Ocala Evening Star
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WEATHEa FOZZCAST
Fair and cool tonight;
probably light frost in
interior of north portion.
Tuesday fair and slight slightly
ly slightly wanner.
TEMPERATURE
This morning, 44.
This afternoon, 66.
NO.. S3
VOL.27
OGALA, FLORIDA, MONDAY, APRIL I I. 1921
EX-FJPRESW Mb bring
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President Preparing to Meet Special j Freezing Weather of the Northland
Session of the Sixty-Seventh May Lay Deadly Blight on Our
Congress I Truck and Fruit

Members of the Legislature Again at I Augusta. Consort of William, Once

(Associated Prtttai

Washington, April 11. While Con Congress
gress Congress was assembling today in special
session, President Harding denied
himself to callers and worked on the
message he will deliver tomorrow in
person. The president indicated, that
the message would not be completed
until tonight or tomorrow morning.
ITS NO GOOD ANYHOW
i
A bill to abolish the railroad labor
board and place its duties under the
Interstate Commerce Commission was
introduced today by" Rspresentative
Tincher, republican, of Kansas.
JUST A QUIET HINT
Adjustment of "the dispute between
the United States and Great Britain
as a result of the San Remo oil agree agreement
ment agreement concerning Mesopotamia has
been, suggested informally to the
United States is was learned today of officially.
ficially. officially. It was proposed that the United
States appoint a commissioner to con confer
fer confer with the British petroleum com commissioner
missioner commissioner in the belief that an adjust adjustment
ment adjustment might be reached.
ANOTHER CLOCK -GOVERNED

FOOL
Representative Ackerman, republi republican,
can, republican, of New jersey, put in a proposal
for daylight saving in the eastern
time zone by setting the clocks amad
one hour during the summer months.
HAYWOOD SHOULD HAVE BEEN
HUNG
The supreme court has refused to
review the conviction 67 William D.
Haywood and eighty other members
of the Industrial Workers of the
World on charges of conspiring to ob obstruct
struct obstruct war. activities. This closes the
long fight to save Haywood and his
associates from prison.

7irpi"VTrrv win irnrennTTEM

HIM

Secretary Davis in a formal state state-ment
ment state-ment today said he. had no doubt but
that Lord Mayor 0'Call?ghanxf Cork
would comply with the logic of the
situation and re ship for aXforeign
port as an alien seaman within sixty
days from the date the state depart department
ment department ruld he was not entitled to asy asylum
lum asylum in the United States as a politi political
cal political refugee..
JOB FOR SIIAUGHNESSY
The appointment of Colonel Edward
H Shaughnessy of Chicago, as second
assistant postmaster general, was an announced
nounced announced today.

(Associated Press)
Washington, April 11. Light frost
is probable tonight as far south as
the interior of Florida, according to
the weather bureau. The tempera temperature
ture temperature ha,s been decidedly lower the last
twenty-four hours over the Atlantic
and gulf coast states and freezing
weather was reported this morning
as far south a3 North Carolina.

BASEBALL ON THE RHINE

(Associated Press)
Coblenz, April 11. Martin of Tex Texas,
as, Texas, pitching" for the Quartermasters'
team yesterday shut out the Eighth
Infantry club, last year's champions,
without allowing a hit. Only one man
reached first, Martin walking him.
WORK IS PROGRESSING

ON THE TAMIAMI TRAIL

Miami, April 11. Increased inter

est in the speeding up of work on the

Tamiami Trail, across the Everglades

between Miami and Tampa, is re

ported by the delegation representing

Dade county officials which has just

returned from a triD over the route

The work is progressing in both Dade

and Lee counties.

MIAMI STREET CARS

TOING OF THE PAST

Miami, April 11. -.-Announcement
is made by S. M. Tatum, treasurer of

the concern, that the Miami Traction

Companv will never again operate

street cars in Miami. The car barns
and most of the storage battery cars

were burned a year ago last October

Recently the company reduced the
sdp to the citv for its ten

miles of track from $250,000 to $75,

000 but Mr. Tatum declares the cor corporation
poration corporation will fight confiscation, which

has been suggested by some members
of the city council under a clause in
the franchise providing for continu

ous street car service.

BAD FIRE IN BROOKLYN
(Associated Press

New York. April 11. One man was

burned to death and a number of per

sons injured in a fire which destroyed

four apartment dwellings in Brooklyn

early today.
DEADLY SCRAP IN DUBLIN

MANY IMPORTANT MEASURES
BEFORE THE NEW BODY
Washington,'' Aprif 11 Reconstruc Reconstruction
tion Reconstruction of American affairs at home and
abroad is the theme of the Sixty Sixty-seventh
seventh Sixty-seventh Congress, assembling at noon

today in extraordinary sessiqn at iue

call of President Harding. A vast
expanse of legislation, promising to
prolong the session confronts the new
Congress. i
Programs of the Sepate and House
for today's opening were confined- to
organization.' The work of, the new
Congress, informally arranged by pre pre-session
session pre-session conferences of leaders, await awaited
ed awaited formal delineation, tomorrow or
Wednesday! in President Harding's
message. This was expected to deal
principally with domestic affairs, the
tariff, internal revenue and other
home legislation. Peace and other
international problems were sched scheduled
uled scheduled for attention later in the session.
The special session beginning to todaywhich
daywhich todaywhich will be the first of three
-marks the return of the republican

party .to complete national control.
Not since President Taft's time have
the White House, the Senate and
House and the government depart departments
ments departments all been under republican rule.
TheSenate convenes with 59 republi republicans
cans republicans and 37 democrats and the House
with 300 republicans and 132 demo democrats,
crats, democrats, and one socialist.
Pre-eminent in the extra session
program is fiscal legislation"? This,
includes the Fordney emergency tar-
iff bill, in line for immediate action,
anti-dumping legislation, substitution
of American for foreign valuations of
: nvrm anon tariff revision, a

new internal revenue tax law, the
, budget system bill, and the soldiers j

bonus bill. Other measures are tnose
for reorganization of government de departments
partments departments and for re-classification of
federal salary and wage scales. t
The first legislation planned during during-the
the during-the extra session is the Fordney em-

Tallahassee to Take Up
Their Labors

Master of Germany,
Died in Exile

Japanese Ship and Crew Mixed Up in
a Scrap with the Authorities j
at Jacksonville

I

(Associated Pres.; j
Tallahassee. April 11. Members cf I

the legislature are arriving here today

for the second week of the session.

both houses being scheduled to meet

late today after a reces3 over th?

week end. More bills have bean pro-

pared and the introduction cf scores
of them in both the House and Senate
is expected during the short session

today. It will be several days be-

rore the legislature begins to run

smoothly and the committees becin to

function rapidly as many members
are unfamiliar with the work.

WANT TO REDUCE PAY ROLL
The House resolution calling for an

investigation of state departments
with a view to combining or abolish abolishing
ing abolishing useless positions is on the Senate

calendar today. In the House the El-

is reapportionment bill and resolu

tion to investigate the shell fish de

partment will go to second reading.

Preparations are being made to es

tablish a cold drink and tobacco stand

in the basement of the capitol this

afternoon.

JACKSONVILLE POLICE

(Associated Press)
'Jacksonville, April 11. Jackson

ville's police affairs will be brought

to the front again tonight when the

city council will discuss a resolution
abolishing the office of chief of police

and the creation of the office of police

commissioner. It is said there is

widespread sentiment in favor of

creating the commissioner, but tpe
bone of contention now is over the

question of who shall make the ap appointment
pointment appointment the mayor or board of

city commissioners.

BOND ELECTION IN TAMPA

(Ateiated Press;
Doom, April 11- Former Empress
Augusta Victoria of Germany died
l :: e this morning, the end coming
e::r.ctly one year after she suffered
the first serious attack of heart dis disease.
ease. disease. These attacks recurred-at fre frequent
quent frequent intervals and several times her
children were called here, but. each
time she rallied when the end was
believed imminent. Since the first of
this year it has been known that she
v.-as eraduallv sinking. Former Em

peror William and Prince Adelbertf
were at her bedside.

WILL REST WITH ROYAL NOBODIES

London, April 11. The funeral ser services
vices services of the late former empress will

be held at Doom tomorrow. Only

t (Associated Pressj
Jacksonville, April 11 Seven Jap Japanese
anese Japanese sailors, one wounde, are under
arrest as a result of an attempt of
members of the crew, of the Japanese
steamship Erie Maru to smuggle liq liquor
uor liquor ashore here last night. Prolubi Prolubi-tion
tion Prolubi-tion officers later boarded the vessel
and seized twelve cases of liquor.
They expected to seize the ship today.

UNFORTUNATE MISTAKE

Punta Gorda, April 10. Fred Pitt,
a prominent citizen of ths city, was
shot dead late last night at his Lome
by Lieut. B. G. Tooher, of Carstrom
field, army aviation camp. The lieu lieutenant
tenant lieutenant is in the hospital at Carlstrom

Talk in Courthouse 'W ill be Illustrated
with Six Reeds of Motion
Pictures
The free business lecture, "Getting
the Most Out of Retailing," will be
given tonight at 8 o'clock in the court
house, by Mr. W. F. Brennan, expert
lecturer, under the auspices of the
Marion County Board of Trade. The
bcture will be illustrated with six
rec!s of motion pictures. No admis admission
sion admission will be charged. It is expected'
that all of the business men and
voinen, salesmen, clerks and their
families will attend.
The great value of newspaper ad advertising
vertising advertising to the retail merchant will
be told by Mr. Brennan. He will tell

the proper way to prepare newspaper

advertisirg; how to get the best re results
sults results and why the retail merchants
should adopt a' continuous advertising
policy. Window displays, store or organization,
ganization, organization, store system, arrange-

field suffering from gunshot wounds,

i r r :i :n u nM..iha Viav5nF kppn firpd nnon bv Pitt- The

rncmoers csi tiie nximiy win uc jjic;- x j gaiixtaiawii, ciui e system, svrrmage-

ent, says an Amsterdam dispatch. snooting was me result oi a m.5iEKe raent of goods, etc., will be discussed

The remains will be taken to Potts-on the part ox. rut, wno area upon by Kn Brennan. The 6000 feet of

knsjan Breadvad moving pictures will show the best
Young, who consti-1 facts of tail merchandising gained

in thirty-five years experience of the

dam Wednesday and another funeral Tooher and Serg. knsjan Brcadvad

service will be held there.

MISS ADDIE GILLIS

?and Private E. J

tuted a squad searching for two do-

iserters named Thompson and West,
j The three soldiers had been told

The manv friends of Miss Addie that the two deserters had been seen

Gil1 is will be grieved to learn of her! to enter an outhouse on the Pitt place
.... am t At .1 :

death which occurred at her home in
York Saturday afternoon at 5 o'clock.

They surrounded the outhouse just

before midnight last night, then en

The funeral services were held this tered and searched it without finding

morning at 11 o'clock from St. Johns

church and interment was made in the
Fellowship cemetery. Sam R. Pyles

anyone. Sergt. Breadvad, before a
coroner's jury yesterday afternoon

explained that as they left the out-

Xr r.n ViH phare-e of the funeral ar-' house Pitt, apparently aroused from

rangements. iis sleep, appeared in the doorway of
w his house and evidently mistaking the

ODD FELLOWS WILL '. soldiers for intruders, pointed a snot

MEET IN ARCADIA

(Associated Press)
Tampa, April 11. An election is

being held today on a $350,000 bond

issue to pay off indebtedness and build

new schools.

STEPPED ON A STINGRAY

Associated Press)

Bublin. April 11. A battle raged

twenty minutes this morning around
the Northwestern hotel, when civil civilians
ians civilians attacked the hotel, where gov government
ernment government auxiliaries are quartered.
Two of the attacking party were kill killed
ed killed and several wounded.

(Associated Press)
Tampa, April H.-Wudge F. M.
Robles, of the circuit court, is in a
hospital here as the result of injury
by a stingray near here Saturday. His
physicians said the judge is improv improving.
ing. improving. NEW METHOD ADVOCATED
FOR SHIPPING CITRUS FRUIT

Arcadia,' April 11. The local Odd
Fellows organization has jractically
complete arrangements for the annual
state grand lodge which will meet
here April 19th. Committees in
charge expect a large atterfdance with

at least one representative from ev every
ery every subordinate lodge in the state.
It's one thing to claim the "best,"
p.nd another thing to make good. Try
our cinnamon rolls and judge for
yourself. Federal Bakery. 6-6t
This is a Studebaker year. tf

mn at them and ordered them to

throw up their hands. Breadvad
gays they obeyed and Lieut. Tooher
started to call out to explain who

they were when Pitt fired. The great

er part of a load of birdshot entered
Tooher's body. The lieutenant replied
to the fire, with "his pistol, and Pitt
fell dead. The deserters have not
been found.

CONSTBLES KILLED AT CORK

Cork, April 11. Two constables
were .shot and killed in daylight yes yesterday
terday yesterday while walking along the street
in Kildorrey, near here.

National Cash Register Co, of Day

ton. Ohio, in dealing with merchants
in all parts of the world.
The lecture will begin promptly at
8 o'clock. v
Mj- Brennan will also show tonight
as an extra to the business film, a
special feature on community develop development.
ment. development. This is one of the finest of its
kind, containing humorous cartoons,

and the noted "Bud to Blossom.

SHEATS WILL SUE

BOOK

PUBLISHERS

Tallahassee, April 11 Publishers
who fail to meet the state's demands
for school textbooks under their con contracts
tracts contracts with the state textbook com commission
mission commission will be sued for damages ac according
cording according to W. N. S heats, state super superintendent
intendent superintendent of ptlblic instruction. Mr.
Sheats declares he has received com complaints
plaints complaints that Several schools have been
usable to obtain books from the state
depository at Jacksonville and de despite
spite despite the fact that his inquiries in
each case had brought the response
that the complaint was unfounded,
they continue to come in.

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GOV. HARDEE WILL BE ASKED
TO PITCH THE FIRST BALL

Jacksonville, April 9. Governor
Hardee will be invited to pitch the
first ball at the opening game of the
Florida State League here, April 21,
between Jacksonville and Daytona.
Plans have been completed for a pa parade
rade parade through the city previous to the
game. Mayor Martin will be re requested
quested requested to declare a half-holiday for
the occasion.

FIVE CENT LOAF IN ST. LOUIS

St. Louis. April 9. Bread at five

cent sa loaf retail was placed on sale
here today by a baking company for

the first time since December of 1916,

when the minimum price was advanc
ed from five to six cents.

1917 Ford runabout, good tires, Al

shape, $150. Spencer-Pedrick Motor
11-tf

Smoke Sentilla. Best 10c cigar, m

(Associated Press)
Tallahassee, April 11 Hundreds of

thousands of dollars would.be saved

Florida citrus fruit shippers if an ex experiment
periment experiment now in progress should

prove a success according to interest

ed persons. The experiment wtv.cn it

is said probably would revolutionize

present methods, consists of shipping

orange sand grapefruit m buli rattier
than in boxes. Approximately ?00

cars of the fruit in bulk' have been

shipped successfully to outside mar markets
kets markets and if the method continues to

prove satisfactory the expensive prac

tice of wrapping and packing tne
fruit in costly material may be elim

inated.

According to estimates of those

directing the tests, it now costs ?1 a
box to pack and prepare a box of or

anges for shipment. An additional
dollar is required to get the box to
the eastern markets. Three hundred
and sixty boxes are loaded to a

standard car and the actual cost of
shipping to eastern territory is from

$350 to $400.

MIAMI WILL ASK FOR NEXT
STATE CONVENTION
. OF AMERICAN LEGION

ergency tariff bill. Leaders hope to
get it Hto President Harding's hands
this week, virtually in the form in

which it was vetoed by former Pres President
ident President Wilson last March.
The Senate calendar is headed by
the $25,000,000 Colombian treaty,
with an agreement to vote in eight
days. Immediate action is also plan planned
ned planned by the Senate on many nomina

tions. A long list, including recess
appointmeflts, is expected tomorrow
from the White House.

AR R I

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Miami, April 11. Miami's delega delegation
tion delegation to the state convention of the
American Legion to be held in Or Orlando
lando Orlando in May will be headed by J. L.
Billinsrsley. command ?r of the de

partment of Florida, and the contin

gent confidently expects to bring the
convention to Miami next year. Mi

ami was in the race a year ago but
threw its vote to Orlando in return

for Orlando's voting for Mr. Billings-

ley, a Miami

mander.

man, for state corn-

Lansing's Peace
THE BOOK SHOP.

Negotiation at
9-3t

2,500 yards
Fine Quality Flowered Dress Voiles.
Pretty Patterns .
i
Purchased for Cash for about 50 cents, on .
the Dollar from a large New York jobber
retiring from business.
These Goods are
NOW ON SALE
at per yard

FRANK

THE FASHION CENTER'

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OCALA EVENING STAR, MONDAY, APRIL 1L 1921

Ocala Evening Star
fakllfc-4 Every Dy Ewpt Smmdmy y
STAR PUBLISHING C03IPANY.
OCALA, FLORIDA.

' R. R. Carroll. Preldt

P, V. IeavBgod, Sretry-Trrr

J. 1L. Benjamin. Edit?

. Entered at Ocala. Fla postofBce aa

second-class matter.
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rletr Reporter ..... -. .FI-0

XEMBEH lS.OCIATED PRESS

Associated Presa is exclusively

entitled for the use lor republication of
All news dispatches credited to it or
not otherwise credUed In this paper and
also the local news published herein.
411 rights of republication of special
isDatches herein are also reserved.

tion of the war-time on their most ao RECEPTION BY TTTF!

cessible eminences, ready to drill j VICE-PRESIDENTS LIFE
holes in any Germans -who might try j

to come across their border.

t
The editor of the Star has lost an another
other another longtime and faithful friend
W. L. Denham of Gainesville, well
known to most of the people of Mar Marion
ion Marion and adjoining counties. He died
very suddenly Saturday night at Ms
home in Gainesville. We first knew
Will when we were printers together
on a morning paper in Jacksonville,
thirty years ago. He was a mere boy

(Washington Post, April 7)
Mrs. Coolidge, wife of the vice vice-president,
president, vice-president, began her own official soc social
ial social season yesterday with a large
public reception and tea at her apart apartment
ment apartment in the Willard, greeting hun hundreds
dreds hundreds of Washington women during
the receiving hours, 4 to 6 o'clock.
Residential, diplomatic and official
circles were well represented in the
throng that filled the apartment dur-

ithe receiving rionr A tn fi nVlnyt-

then, but was distinguished among were K.nntifl th t -v;.k

the twenty-five or more printers oncarried out the color motif 'of the

DOMESTIC St MSCK1PT10. HATES
One year, in advance $S.o

Six months, in advance
Three months, In advance
One month, in advance

3.00

1.50
to

the paper for his energy and intelli

gence; also, for kindness of heart,
for we have many, times seen him
share his meager wages with indigent

decorations. The tea table, which was
placed in the dining room, had a cen centerpiece
terpiece centerpiece of pink flowers.

Mrs. Coolidee was assisted

in re-

to his home in Gainesville, where he

worked several years on the Sun.
Later, he went into the life insurance

business, for which his geniality and
strict integrity eminently fitted him.
Mr. Denham was twice married, the
first time to a young lady at Martin,
this county; tne second time to Mrs.
Bishop of this city. He and his wife
and their daughter. Miss Irene, were

well known and much liked in Ocala,
where they paid frequent visits. His
remains were laid to rest Sunday aft afternoon,
ernoon, afternoon, and a great throng of friends
gathered around his grave to pay the
last sad honors. A man could wish
1 i 1 il TTfll T" 1

Afl,o f r.nrr WowW an. no Deiier menu man wm-ennam

pointments is that of A. V. Long ofi was generous, just and faithful

Starke as judge of the eighth judicial
circuit.

typos. Shortly after that he returned ceiving by Mrs. Henry P. Fletcher,

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Legal advertisements it legal rates.

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The flower-decked car of gentle
spring had a blowout this morning
and the mercury slipped back to 44
degrees.

may the sod lie lightly upon his cof

fin, and all his friends meet him in a
better world.

The wreck of the naval balloon
which, with five men aboard, eft the
Pensacola" station three weeks ago,
has .been found floating in the gull,

' t ,1 A fl

Florida laws 'ae-ainst eambline ut we ganani men oi its crew are

come verv near restrictine the nolice probably lost. With the deaths of

tn WkW th stable door after the Lieut. Coney and two or three other

horse has been stolen. daring aviators who have been try

i i '. i"g to-conquer the air, this makes a

We rise to respectfully inform our long death ro11 for the last month. It
contemDoraries that, although hej looks like a waste of life, but if our

i nation is to remain safe, we must

Congressman Kitchin's name is not ; nve such men for the air service. We

nAllpd TTitrbpn snouia manic Vioa we nave so many

oi tnemreaay to ao ana aare we
should cherish those who live and pay
unstinted honor to those who die.

wife of the under secretary of state;

Mrs. Selden P. Spencer, Mrs. Joseph;;;

1. trance, Mrs. Duncan U. Fletcher,
Mrs, Augustus Owsley Stanley' and
Mrs. Henry F.' Ashurst.
Mrs. Coolidge wore a white crepe
de chene gown, made on straight
lines, with a tunic, the bodice having
a yoke of lace and lace sleeves. She

wore a corsage bouauet of orchids

and lilies of the valley. Mrs. Fletcher
and Mrs. Spencer presided at the. tea
table. Mrs. Fletcher's gown was of
cafe au lait georgette, and she wore

a hat of black Milan, with drooping
ostrich plumes.

Mrs. Spencer wore gray georgette,

elaborately trimmed with white beads.

She wore a black lace hat, with a

circle of pink roses around the crown.

Mrs. Ashurst was gowned in Harding
blue with small hat to match, and
Mrs. Stanley had on a gown of brown
Morocco crepe, with bodice embroid embroidered
ered embroidered in contracting shades. She wore
a tulle hat.

Any lawyer who makes a, specialty
of defending .liquor cases can hardly
be blamed, for thinking it only fair
that there should be at least one old
soak on every'' jury

Senator Crosby has introduced an
apportionment bill into the Senate.
Without trying to pass judgment on
its merits, we will simply, say that
we do not think it likely any reap reapportionment
portionment reapportionment bill will pass at this ses session.
sion. session.

Ctoataws Military Acsiemy
(JACKSONYUIE)
AT OCALA BASEBALL PARK

Wcdnsday and A Tmrpnll
Thiirsdav ni llli 1111. 1.

Thursday

Game called at 4:30 P. M.

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A. E. GERIG

Tuesday

THE A. E. F. MAN

, (By Strickland Gillilan)
I have watched him in the lobby of
the county-seat hotel
If he'd got his drummer job back, he
was doing mighty well!
He would- sally forth in silence and
transact the work in hand,
Then return to wait for train time,
with a wondrous self-command,
And his eye would be on distance
that we others couldnt-see
Nay, he's not the sort of fellow that
we used ta know as he.
I have seen him in the lpafing-places,
silent even there.
Conversations roared around him, but

he didn t hear or care,

That Georgia jury made a mistake
in the matter of John S. Williams. It
should have brought him in guilty of
murder in the first degree without any
recommendation to mercy or turned

him loose: If he was guilty of mur-jOnce the noisiest bf the party, ere we
der, it was murder of the worst de-' .8ent "m overseas,
ucr, ii, wo ,He is smileless through the laughter
gree, and deserved no mercy; if he at the staine1 bromidic wheeze.

wasn't guilty of such murder he was! He has learned, somehow and some some-innocent.
innocent. some-innocent. I where, what is sense and what is

roi,
Though the subtle whys and where where-.
. where-. forces for it, interest him not.
When the t windy long-bow drawer
sines Vila wilH Virm Via of i ilnin

school He will sit and never mention that

it's not as right as rain.

They are talking about coining a
two and a half cent piece. To do so

would be like Florida's school law,

compelling peupie tuangc oxiw
books everv few vears. The introduc

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tion of such a coin would be a bo-e n" learnea an enaiess pauence
. and a chanty that we
nanza to the manufacturers of cash Cannot or understand because,
registers and counting machines. Ev- j the other side the sea,
ery one would have to be scrapped : He was face to face with something

and replaced with a new one, for
there is not one of them that will
count, half cents.

Principal Hathaway wants Superin Superintendent
tendent Superintendent Sheats to sue the publishing
houses for not' furnishing the schools
with the books contracted for year
before last, Mr. Hathaway saying he
believed the book swere held up be because
cause because there was no profit in them for
said publishing houses. Some agency
of the state should put in jail for at
f least twelve months: the men who
compelled the people of Florida to
buy a new set of books when there
were plenty just as good, and some of
them better, on hand.

The Times-Union printed a long
editorial Saturday, telling "Why Pro Prohibition
hibition Prohibition Fails." The weak point in
this article is that prohibition hasnt
failed. Possibly the Times-Union
thinks it has failed, because the
writer of the article advises its read readers
ers readers to go into the homes of prohibi prohibitionists
tionists prohibitionists and see if they are not offer offered
ed offered liquor. You : don't go into the
homes of people unless they are your
friends, and perhaps the T.-U's. writer
has only that sort of friends and his
mind is perverted thereby.

All during the great war the
worthy Swiss were peacefully engag engaged
ed engaged inputting holes in cheese and fall falling
ing falling off Alpine eminences. Let Europe,
in its continuous turmoil, recollect
this fact and study the Swiss disposi disposition.
tion. disposition. Tampa Tribune.
Our impression, drawn partly from
Tribune dispatches, was that the able able-bodied
bodied able-bodied he-Swiss passed a large por-

he will never srive it name.

Only those who saw and felt it can
expect to feel the same.
Yet I know, as I observe him, he is
far above my reach.

I would give my hope of heaven could

the A. F. man teach

To us others and would he do so

what that something was, he
learned

Where by day the landscape shudder

ed and at night the star-shells
burned. v
More I know: That if a threat comes
to destroy the riehtful thines.

He will rise again and save us from

the tyranny of kings
St. Margaret's Guild will hold a

cake, candy and fancy work sale Sat Saturday,
urday, Saturday, April 16, at Mrs. Bostick's
foimer stand, corner Main and Fort

King. During the day fruit punch will

be sold. 9-6t'

SHADY
Shady, April 7. Mr. and Mrs. R.
C. Bailey and children of Ocala, were

guests of Mr. and Mrs. F. G. Buhl 1
Sunday afternoon at Edge wood farm.
Mr. Charlie Liddon of Orlando,
who spent the Easter holidays 'here

and in Ocala, was here one day last

week buying little chickens. We were

told Charlie bought enough biddies
to start a small poultry farm.

Mr. Robert Freeman of Ocala and
Mrs. J. F. Freeman of Belleview vis visited
ited visited Mrs. Otis Gaskin and Mr, and
Mrsl Zeb Freeman Wednesday.
Mr. K. C Moore, county agent, a
new one, driving -a new car and with
a very nice, new way about him, visit visited
ed visited some the club boys here Monday
and methinks said boys are taking a
new interest in club affairs since his
visit.
Mr. B. J. Woods is at Lake Bryant,
working for Thomas Brothers.
Mr. Zeb Freeman has sold his race
horse, Delia B. to Mr. Hazel Stout of
Orlando.
Arthur1 Douglas Jr. is boarding in
Ocala for the remainder of the school
term.
The fine rains last week washed off
the worried look from the face3 of
the farmers and truckers" here and
the old time springiness is noticed in
their steps now and hopefulness in
their looks. Everything in the vege vegetable
table vegetable line' is looking up. Spring
chickens too are more promising and
dewberry picking a pleasant past past-time.
time. past-time. We meekly suggest a picnic
and fish fry to celebrate and every everybody
body everybody go, but this grass here in Shady
persists in growing alongside of the
crops if it is not constantly worked
so we don't know the date of the pic picnic
nic picnic yet, but uO let it be soon."
We have one Little neighbor whose
garden seed and truck never came up
on acount of the long drouth and we
are told, that he has almost worked
his Little self .to a string! He has a
fine prospect of a good Bell pepper
crop and we are told that a variety of
pepper is not uncommon nowadays
when he is at work. Well, it take 3
pep to get along on a farm anyway.

Lucky purchase from the Factory
THE MIDDLE MAN'S PROFIT OMITTED
Hands you the following Bargains

INSURANCE
Ocala, Florida

ACCIDF.NT. AUTOMOBILE

?SADRAS Excellent grade shirt
material and pattern, suitable for
men's shins and ladies waists.
Beat it if yon can. Price per yard

VOILE Plain white and extrem ly pretty pat patterns
terns patterns in floral arid figured designs.

Purchased at most astonishirgly
low prices for tnis fashionable ma material."
terial." material." Specials of Specials for Mon Monday.
day. Monday. Beat it if yon can. Per yard

RIVOLI CLOTH In colors Tan, White. Lilac,
Light Blue and pink. So appropriate, indeed
fashionable, for the approaching sum

mer season frocks. It is something
new in cloth and most pleasing in
price. Go to it as long as it lasts
at the price a yard

ft AMICE CLOTH-rln Rose. Blue
and White. Summer Suiting. For
the above dates only, pervyard-.

J buy Liberty Bonds at Market Value.

The Wireless Signal
of Distress
II you are in Distress
don't (ail lo signal us
We are alw'ays on

the lob
BLALOCK BROS.
VULCANIZING
Ocala J fouse Block
PHONE 78

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press Express Service
Telephone

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OL1IM!
"Why Pay More?"

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 Mttot and Plating Works
Yonge Block, Ft. King Ave. Phone 604

Dazira Face Powder is satisfying,
and the odor, is dainty. Ask to see it
at Gerig's Drug Store. tf

THIS IS A STOPEBAKER YEAR
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Our Splendidly Equipped Repair Shop
See How. Well We Are Prepared to Fix Your Automobile
V MURPHY. MOTOR COMPANY
Main Street, Opposite Ocala Iron Works - OCALA, FLORIDA

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MISS MARGUERITE PORTER
MADE GOOD IN COLORADO

EDERWTNE-SMITII

WHEN YOU WANT IT

The many f riend3 of Mrs. E. Van
Hood and her daughter, Miss Mar-

r iguercie xui lcx, nun

The wedding of Miss Lillian Smith

!to Mr. Dan Karty Ederwine at Miami,

yesterday, will be of interest to the

friends of the bride, who was born

and raised in Ocala. The wedding

SERVICE" Our Motto

UNITED STATES TIRES- HOOD TIRES
ACCESSORIES'
SINCLAIR MOTOR OILS
CARS WASHED AND POLISHED
KUMBAK SERVICE t' STATION

Uolo wnere .auss jrurier 13 vl
teachine the music depart of the

C. V. ROBERTS, Phone 305

BARNEY SPENCER, Phone 431

ROBERTS & SPENCER
Funeral Directors and Embalmers
Private Morgue and Chapel. Personal Service to all.
Motor Equipment. Coftins and Caskets Delivered.

Office Phone 350

Ocala, Florida

217 West Broadway

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Negotiable Storage Receipts

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LIVE STOCK,
PIANOS. BAGGAGE,
. MACHINERY,
FURNITURE, ETC.

Issued on Cotton, Automobiles, Etc

LONG DISTANCE MOVING
Phone 296

THE WINDSOR .HOTEL

JACKSONVILLE. BLORIDA

In the heart or the sity witu Hemming. Park for' a

Every modern convenience in each' 100m.
second "to none

front yard.

Dining room sei'vic u

ROBERT M. MEYER,
Manager.

J. E. KAVANAUGH
Proprietor.

DAWKINS MARKET
Phone 519
111 W. Broadway

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. ear glasses if they will j $ CtUre and PVing
krSEZ free you from headache 1 hl riCOireS s

DR. K. J. WEIIIE,

Optometrist and Optician
Eyesight Specialist

NEEDHAM MOTOR CO.

General Auto Repairing &
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and Storage
Gasoline, Oils and Grease
USED CARS 70R SALE
Cars Washed ...... ...........$1.00

Cars Polished j
Oklawaha Ave. & Orange St j $
1 iia

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J- Under Auspices t.

Board of Trade
By

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Ceo. MacKay S Co.J

Funeral Directors
and Embalmers
Two Licensed Embalmers
Motor Funeral Cars
Private Morgue and Chapel
Day Phone 47
Night Phone 515
G. B. Overton, Manager

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PUBLIC ACCOUNTANT
Room 22 Holder Block
PHONE 195 OR 332

SentiDa Cigars sold everywhere, m

at the
COURT HOUSE
tomight;
at 8 O'clock
Badness Men, Merchants,
Salespeople and their fam families
ilies families cordially invited.
Admission FREE

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L. ALEXANDER

PRACTICAL CONTRACTOR AND

BUILDER
Caret ul estimates made cn all co

tract work. Gives more and better

work fcr the money than any other

contractor in the city.

high school, will be glad to know that

they will in all probability return to
their home here in the latter part of
the 'summer. Miss Porter has been

successful at Longmont. winning the
same high esteem from all that she
holds in Ocala. ( The following from
the Longmont Call is an account of a
successful operetta carried on under
her direction in that city:
The operetta, "The Captain of Ply Plymouth,"
mouth," Plymouth," which was presented cn Sat

urday evening by the music depart department
ment department of the Longmont high school,
was pronounced without a dissenting
voice to be the best musical attraction
ever given by the schooL There was

hot a dull line, nor a moment from

start to finish when the large aadier.ee

of more than a thousand people was

not entertained, interested and amus

ed.

The chorus of fifty fresh, sweet
young voices was well balanced, and

showed fine training. The seven piece
orchestra, most of whom were alumni
of the school, made splendi music.
The staee settings were very beauti

ful and artistic. Opinion was divided

as to which was the more beautiful,
Priscilla's home, with every detail
true to the period, from the spinning
urfcool th nnpipTif "what-not." the

quaint colonial chairs and old time
pictures, and the eurious gilded

china vases which came down from
the Puritan days, or the realistic, pic picturesque
turesque picturesque Indian camp, with the back background
ground background of a forest scene, growing

trees ,tepee and the brilliant color colorings
ings colorings of the Indian costumes.
The lines of -the play were clever.
Many of them were direct quotations

from the familiar poem, "The Court

ship of Miles Standish," by Longfel Longfellow,
low, Longfellow, also some amusing, burlesques

unon the same. These brought down

the house in storms of applause and

lauffhter.

The music was bright, tuneful and

catchy, and the young singers enter
ed into the spirit of it with an en

thusiastic interpretation.

The costumes, most of which were

made by the department of domestic

art. were quaint and lovely. Never

was, there a group of more charming,

demure Puritan maidens.

The Indian squaws were gorgeous

in costumes of leatherette, heavily

headed and fringed, with bright bead

ed head bands and colored feathers.

Thev brought forth much apWuse,

and were greatly admired.

The "Invincible Army" was very

mortial and war-like in its bearing,

and Miles Standish was constantly

wishing "that Caesar could see them.

This was one of the most amusing
burlesque sof the evening. The rol

licking sailor lads were fine and made
a great hit.

The sextette of Plymouth daisies
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were irresistaDly cute .anu sweeu m
costume and in the pretty songs,
"There's Nothing to Do but Chat" and

T'i Snrrv tbt I Said it but I Did."

The latter song was a refrain to the

recitative to musical accompaniment
criven bv Harold Booth, which he gave

in the style, of an artist comedian and

for which re received rousing ap-

nlause. Of the leading characters,

too much can not be' said in commen

dation of the real merit of their sing

ing and acting. Possibly the most
difficult role was that of "Katonka, the

Indian princess taken, by Dorothy

Donovan. Her movements, her tones,
her looks were quite perfect. Alto

gether it wis a first class entertain-

Jment and reflected great credit upon

tne nigo scuuui iiiuai. "tjjui i-jh..-.

Between the acts of the operetta

the audience was entertained by

cycle of chaining spring songs sung
by ten little girls from the grade

schools.

A number that received a hearty
encore was the "Dutch Dance," a
study in rhythm, given by Gene Her Her-shey
shey Her-shey and Elizabeth Irvin. Their
Dutch costumes and dancing were
most effective, and greatly enjoyed.

The small lads of the grades were notj

left out. and the good work tney are

doing was presented by ten boys with

flags and military caps, which with
their singing and marchine made a
pood exhibit.

The director of the music depart

ment, Miss Porter, came to .Long .Longmont
mont .Longmont with very high testimonials of
her past work and her ability as a

teacher and as a leader of young peo people.
ple. people. She seems all that the school

board expected or desired. She is a

finished' musician, a young lady of
broad culture, a faithful worker and

possesses a winsome personally.

Longmont is proud of the .music, de-

at the home of the bride's sister, Mrs.

Claude Gates. Mrs. Ederwine had
been in Washington until December,
when she went to Miami to take a po position
sition position in the postoffice.
Mr. and. Mrs. Ederwine left on a
motor trin through the state and are

expected to arrive in Ocala the latter

part of the week.

Mrs. Ederwine is the youngest

daughter of Mr. E. C Smith, former

ly of this city, an dher many mends

here extend their good wishes for her

future happiness.

TINSMAN-JOIINSTON

The many friends ofthe contract-1

ing parties will be interested in the
marriage, last Saturday evening, of
Mr. William A. Tinsman and Miss J
Kathleen G. Johnston. The ceremony

was colemnized by Dr. Charles L. Col

lins, at the Baptist parsonage,, the
ring ceremony being used. Shortly

after the wedding, Mr. and Mrs. Tins Tins-man
man Tins-man departed for St.. Augustine on a
brief honeymoon tour. They will re return
turn return to Ocala in a few days and will

reside at 215 West Fifth street. Mr
Tinsman is one of the city's success successful
ful successful building contractors and he and

Mrs. Tinsman have many friends who
will wish them joy and happiness in

ife."

Attractive : Prices!

Uneedas and all National Biscuit Co.s 10c pack-

ages, 3 ior zac ui zucem pacKages,
for 50c One 20c and one 10c package g

Purina Chicken Chowder, the feed to make hens
. lay, eight' and one-third pound bags, 40 cfs.
Very best Sealed Syrup, 1 quart 30c; pint 15c;
barrel syrup, drawn from barrel, 75c per
gallon. v
Octagon and P & G Naptha Soap. 3 bars for 25c;
1 dozen for95c .V
Lard Compound. 1 pound 15c; 2 pounds 25c
Pure Lard, per pound 20c; 2 pounds for 35c
Home-made Lard, per pound 15c

' Evaporated Peaches, per pound 15c

Fresh Eggs per dozen SOc 1

LAWN PARTY

FARMERS EXCHANGE STORE

Merchants Block

Phone 163

About thirty of Miss Lancaster's

pupils, and their guests met at Her
home Saturday afternoon in response
to the invitation of several of the

older students.

The lawn looked most attractive

and inviting this lovely spring day.

Many seats and. benches were placed
at inviting places, among the shrubs
and many interesting children's

e-ames were played by the younger

children and their invited guests.

In the early nart.of the afternoon

all gathered in the music room, which
was lovely with many Easter lflie

and spring flowers, and enjoyed sing sing-in
in sing-in o- folk sones and virtrola music.

U Fruit punch, cakes, and home made

randies were served during the alter

noon from a most attractive table onrj

tliA lawn.

The following were the invited

mmiic- Amv Cauthen Long, Gene-

Hall. Amv Hall. Alma To1

send, Madeline Gernant, Dora BurJ

TAtt. Elsie Burnett, fliartna uve

Mary Raysor,' Willie Huckaby, Annie

Howell, Herschel Roberts, tdgar

Roberts, Sara Scott, Polly, amiin,

Frances Jones, James Royce. Virginia

T?nKinsoTi. Anita Jackson, Louise

Smoak, Harriet Smith, Cranhein Wil

son, Wilma Wilson, Woodrow wuson,

Norris Savage, Susie Hunter, aiane
ramthers. Ethel Brooks, Doris Bal

lard, Frances Ballard, Dorothy Cap-

pleman.

CONNER

Conner, April 7. J. N. Stevens and

C. IL Hogan spent Tuesday m.uwi.

Mr TIpineman and baby accom

panied Henry to the county seat last

Mr Bonnie Reynolds entertained

a large party of friends at a purlo at

u rni-;ra nicni( p-rounds on last

tllC J. tin -J e
PriUir nftprnoon and evening.

. i

t T Turner came home from uvieao

last aSturday and spent the week-

nd with home folks.

George Randall and Lonnie Kan Kan-on
on Kan-on Conner made a business trip

Rilvpr Snrines Saturday.

t',.i Popt- Dnrisoe was a visitor

uv y ' "j
lo Ocala last Thursday.

xMiss Madeline Wade of Fort Myers
is the attractive guest of Miss Mar Martha
tha Martha Powell.
Miss Thelma Hill, accompanied by

her mother; Mrs. Owen Hill of iJur iJur-bank,
bank, iJur-bank, were visitors at Conner yes yesterday
terday yesterday afternoon.
A Baptist Young People's Union
was organized on last Sunday at the
nvua Rantist church with Addi-

Tii.va nresident: Miss filartna

speretarv an dtreasurer; Miss

vtr. Maiminp. vice president: miss

Elsie Hicks, chorister, and Dr. A.

T.n Iaoov The union Will

vv ingu, uiuit
meet every Sunday at the church.

CIVIL ENGINEERS AuD SURVEYORS
Licensed under the laws cf the State of Florida
Surveys Plats Reports
Highways Drainage Phosphate
Capt. Edward Drake is associated
with us and in charge of our Phos-
. phate Mine and Plant Department.

Olliccs, 33-31 Holder BIdg.
OCALA, FLORIDA

Phone No. 513

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We cater to those who insist on a high standard
of living coupled with reasonableness of prices.
The Better Fed You 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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NOTICE

Notice is hereby given that it is
the intention of the undersigned to
apply to the 1921 session of the leg legislature
islature legislature of the state of Honda for the
enactment of a special act authorizing
ikn Knnni nf rowntv commissioners ot

piarion county. Florida, to levy a spe

cial tax. annually, noi w kw wu
quarter of one mill, upon the real and
TYM-snnal nrooerty in said county to

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partment of her high school and .ork m tte city 0f Ocala and Marion

Superintendent
congratulated.

C. C. Casey is to be

Main Street and 26 other new books
at THE BOOK SHOP. 9-3t

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

Endorsed by Ocala Woman's Club,
Tra H Dozier. President, Mrs.

Harvey Clark, Recording Secretary.
S-7-9tmon '

All Garcia de Ora cigars wrapped

in tin foil; 10 cents all dealers. 25-lm

Tire Prices Reduced'-
DIAMOND Non-Skid, 30x3. Q17 (f)
old price $20.00. now vll.VU
DIAMOND Plain. 30x3. GiZ ffi
old price $17.60, now VitMW
, 6,000 Mile Guarantee
FEDERAL, FISH AS0 BLlHIC!iD TUBES
NEW PRICESOverhauling Ford motor $16.
Overhauling Ford rear end. $5 for time.
Grinding Ford valves. $3.
'--.DIXIE GARAGE
JAS. ENGESSER. Proprietor
Phone 258 West Uroad way

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Drastic -Reduction
Sale of
High
Class
Merchandise
Ready-to-
Wear
and
-
Yard Goods
A timely Sale
right in the
Heart of
the Season.
During this
Sale we will
allow a 25
reduction
On every Suit,
Wrap or
Silk Dress.
This is the
jff- opportunity
you have K
been
waiting
for.
Ocala

"The Fashion Center

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Fabrics for
Summer Frocks
French Ginghams and
Egyptian Tissues, a great
number of pretty patterns (
to select from; sold regu-'
larly at 80c and 90c yard.
During this sale
68c 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
Ruffled Organdies and
Voiles
$20, $2.95, $3.25, $3.75
and 53.95 yard.
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
skirt and dress fabric, sold
for $6.50; during this sale
$4.95 yard v
Canton Crepes in white.
DiacK ana Drown, a nne
quality; sold for $5.50 the
yard. Sale price $4.59 yd..
Best quality Baronette and
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.
Summer Millinery
Beautiful Straw Sailors in
all colors and white
$2.50 to $4.95 each:
Florida
RAILROAD SCHEDULES
- Arrival and departure of passenger
trains at OCALA UNION STATION.
The following schedule figures pub published
lished published as information and not guar guaranteed.
anteed. guaranteed. (Eastern Standard Time)
SEABOARD AIR LINE RAILROAD
Leave Arrive
2:20 am JacksonviUe-NTork 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 pra
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-NTork 2:33 am
1:45 pm 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 StPetsbrg-Lakeland 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.

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If you have any society items for
the Star, please call five-one.
Sentilia Cigars will rait your taste.
Mr. Alfred Beck returned to
Lauderdale yesterday.
Fort
Nice destroys the odor of perspira perspiration,
tion, perspiration, 25 cents at Gerig's Drug tSore. tf
Mrs. G. A. Cannichael expects to
leave Wednesday for Hot Springs,
Ark, for a stav of several weekj.
Garcia de Or a, that mild
filler; 10 cents all dealers.
Havana
25-lm
10-m
J Sentilia the mild cigar
Mr. Alfred Green of Daytona, spent
Saturday and Sunday, in Ocala with
his parents. Mr. and Mrs. L. N. Green.
There's no extra charge for clean
ing your fish at the City Fish Market.
Phone 158. tf
Mrs. Ivan Lanier of Fort Lauder
dale arrived in Ocala Saturday for a
visit with her mother, Mrs. T. C
Clayton.
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
Mrs. M. Handelsman of Newport
News, Va., arrived in Ocala today
to be the guest of her daughter, Mrs,
Max Israelson.
W. K. Lane, BL D., physician and
furgeon, specialist eye, ear, nose and
throat. Office over 5 and 10 cent store
Ocala,! Fla. Advtf
The many friends of Mr. George
Wenzel will be, sorry to hear that he
is quite sick at-his -home and hope for
his early recovery.
Kodak films developed, printed and
enlarged. High class work only.
Blake's Studio, over Helvenston's. 12t
Dr. Thompson of Dunnellon, who
was operated on for appendicitis last
week, at the Marion County Hosiptal
is steadily improving.
Kodak films developed, printed and
enlarged. High class work enly
Blake's Studio, over Helvenston's. 12t
The Wednesday auction club, which
adjourned during the Lenten season
held its first meeting today at the
home of Mrs. J. Harry Walters.
Our Bathing Caps are pretty and
durable. All fresh stock. Gerig's
Drug Store. tf
Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Camp, Mr.
William Camp and Miss Nettie Camp
returned yesterday from Miami
where they have been attending the
state golf tournament.
Keep the hands and face soft with
ILASOL. 50 cents the bottle at
Gerig's Drug Store.
Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Tillman are re
ceiving congratulations on the arrival
of a fine son, born Saturday night at
the hospital. Mrs. Tillman before her
marriage was Miss Mary Gates.
If you smoke cigars why rot get
the best? Call for Garcia de Ora;
10 cents all dealers. 25-lm
Miss Lucille Gissendaner, who is. a
student at the State College for
Women at Tallahassee, is here on a
brief visit to her uncle and sister, Mr.
J. M. Thomas and Miss Callie Gissen Gissendaner.
daner. Gissendaner.
Mr. and Mrs. Wilbert Sherman and
three children and Mrs. Todd, who
have spent the winter in Ocala in
Mrs. T. C. Carter's house," leave to tomorrow
morrow tomorrow for their home in New Rich Richmond,
mond, Richmond, Wis.
Ask your neighbor how she likes
the cinnamon rolls she gets at the
Federal Bakery. 6-0 1
Mrs. Clara Moore Pyles, who was
here Friday and Saturday, taking
testimony in the Hunter versus Hall
estate case, went on to Tallahassee to
look after some business affairs, be before
fore before returning to her home at Or Orlando.
lando. Orlando. 1917 fivepassenger Buick, new top;
Al shape. $700. Spencer-Pedrick
Motor Company. 6-tf
, Mr. Frank Harris Jr., Mrs. F. E.
Harris and Mrs. Lewis Shepherd re returned
turned returned Saturday from a week's stay
in Miami. Mr. Harris was one of the
representatives from the Ocala Coun
try Club in the state golf tournament,
the other two being Messrs. Clarence
Camp and Phil Robinson.

GATES FOUND GUILTY

The ajs of CharVs Gates of St.
Petersbmg arJ I C. Boulden of Tar Tarpon
pon Tarpon Springs, charged with, having
liquor in their possession, came be-
fore Judge Futch Saturday morning.
Mr. L. N. Green represented the state
and Mr. Ray Bullock the defense.. Fif
teen jurors were called from whom
were selected Messrs.-J. B. Christie,
Edmund II. Martin, IL H. Henderson,
W. C. Ray. C. R. Stewart and. W. B.
Coggins.
The evidence from Deputy Sheriff
Gordon was direct, and that from
other witnesses not in favor of Gates,
but favoring Boulden, who, on Judge
Filtch's direction the jury found not
guilty. He was released, rearrested
on the charge of attempting to sell,
and then released on bond to be tried
at some future day.-
After hearing the testimony and
argument, it did not take the jury
ong to bring in a verdict of guilty
for Gates. He was released on bail
until late thi3 afternoon, when he will
be brought before 'Judge Futch for
sentence. It is understood his attor-
ney will ask for a new trial, and if
refused will appeal the case to the
circuit court.
Mr. Eood Raymond, our alert
your fire chief, after a spell of ill
ness, has been enabled by good treat treatment
ment treatment at the hospital to be out cgar.
Mr. L. E. Cord re y, who went into
the transit business a short time ago,
has met with great success. He has
one of those live, half-ton trucks that
can go anywhese. His phone is 434.
Representatives Chas. W Hunter
and Nathan Mayo, who came home
for the brief legislative: recess, left
ih$s morning for Tallahassee, They
are do in on important committees
and will not come home often during
the session.
This is a Studebaker year. tf
Mrs. Duncan McDonald of Miami
and Miss Bond of Palatka, arrived in
Ocala Saturday, making the trip up
the Ok'.awaha from Palatka. They
expect to remain until Wednesday and
while in town will be at the Arms
House. Mrs. McDonald was called to

Palatka on account cf the illness of Ur.'i a:id foiirtT r rinsy. iaiung scv scv-her'mother,
her'mother, scv-her'mother, Mrs. Gardner, who is now are always welcome.
. H. B. Baxter, C. C
imnmvin?. I

You will be more than delighted
when you try a box if our delicious
I.t g Cabin Candy, and' our lizrtlia
Washington Candy. TnE VOGUE is
at your service. Phone ,580 or 658 for
c;jick delivery of our QUALITY ICE
CREAM. 29-tf
Sheriff Thomas and Deputy Perkins
went out into the woods Saturday and
captured a still made of two lard cans J
and an iron pipe bent into a goose gooseneck
neck gooseneck at one end, two 2-gallon jugs
and a quart bottle of shine, a big sup supply
ply supply of sour" mash and other acces accessories
sories accessories to' a large liquor business. They
also grabbed Adelaide McCallister
and Marsh Jackson, colored, co copartners
partners copartners in the firm. Adelaide had
for many years been washlady to one
tff our old-fashioned Southern fam families.
ilies. families. She appealed to them for help,
and, of course received it. They
bailed her out, but her partner was
not so lucky, and repines in jaiL
ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE
OF TRAINS IN OCALA
Seaboard Air Line
Arrive from Jacksonville.. 2:10a.m.
Ieave for Tampa 2:15a.m.
Arrive from Jacksonville.. 1:30p.m.
Leave for Tampa 1:55 p.m.
Arrive from Jacksonville. 3:51 p.m.
ave for Tampa 4:05 p.m.
Arrive from Tampa 2:14 a.m.
Leave for Jacksonville.... 2:15a.m.
Arrive from Tampa 1:35 p.m.
Leave for Jacksonville.... 1:55p.m.
Arrive from Tampa 4:16 pm.
Leave for Jacksonville.... 4:17p.m.
Arrive from New York.... 1:34a.m.
Leave for St. Petersburg.. 1:37a.m.
Arrive from St. Petersburg 2:55 a. m
Leave for New York 3:00 a.m.
Atlantic Cdast Line
Arrive from Jacksonville.. 2:31 a. m.
eave for St. Petersburg.. 2:32a.m.
Arrive from. Jacksonville.. 3:34 p. rn.
Leave for St. Petersburg.. 3:35p.m.
Arrive from Jacksonville.. 10 :12p.m.
Leave for Leesburg 10:13 p. "U.
Airive from St. Petersburg 2:26 a.m.
.eave for Jacksonville.... 2:27 a. m.
Arrive from St. Petersburg 1:25 p.m.
Leave for Jacksonville .... 1 :45 p. m.
Arrive from Leesburg.... 6:41 a. nt.
Iive for Jacksonville.... 6:42a.m.
Arrive from Homosassa... 1.25 p. m.
lve for Homosassa.. ... 3:25 p. ru
Arrive from Gainesville,
daily except Sunday . .11:50 a. m.
Leave for Gainesville, daily
except Sunday 4:45 p m.
Leave for Lakeland Tues-
Hav Thursriav. Saturdav 7:25 a. m.
At. from Lakeland. Tues- j
dsy, Thursday, Saturday ll;u3 p.m. I
Linve for WUcox. Honda,
Wednesday and Friday.. 7:10a.m.
Auive from Wilco. Mon Monday.
day. Monday. Wednesday. Friday. 6:45p.m.
MARION-DUNN MASONIC LODGE
Marion-Dtinn Lodge No. 19, F. A A.
21., "meets on the first and third
Ihursday evenings of each month at
,7:0 o'clock until further notice,
j J. R- Dey, W. M.
j B. L. Adams. Secretary.

WEIRS DALE W. C T. LY

Th union held its regular meeting
pzZ 7ih a. te Presbyterian church
at 3 p. m the president, Mrs. J. P.
Sigmon, presiding.
After a business session, Mrs. Ja Ja-coby,
coby, Ja-coby, the superintendent of the Loyal
Temperance Legion, had Prof. Bar Bar-nett
nett Bar-nett and Miss Pasteur bring their pu pupils
pils pupils to the church to render a tem temperance
perance temperance program, as follows:
Salute to our flag.
Song, America.
Flag drilL by nearly ail of the
schooL
Song to our fla"5.
Recitation, The Jaw. Must be Ob Observed"
served" Observed" Mildred Walling.
"Tobacco and Alcohol," by eight
boys.
Song by eight little girls.
"Temperance Tug of War," by four
boys and four girls.
Song. "Poor Old Horse-
It was an excellent program, per perfectly
fectly perfectly carried out and an inspiration
ail 'present that consider inteirper inteirper-ar.ee
ar.ee inteirper-ar.ee a sin.
A r:s:r vote of thanks was ex extended
tended extended to both teaclfers, who are high highly
ly highly a-pr-yriated for their righteous
tezuvnn. hich will bear fruit in
time to come, when their pupils are
ths citizcr.s of the land.
Refreshments were served to a
E,coi z'izzi ari v. el; pleased audience
bv tie lawle sof the Weirsdale Wom Woman's
an's Woman's Christian Temperance Union.
ODD FELLOWS
Tulula Ioe No. 22, t. O. O. F
met every Tuesday evening at 8
o'clock at the Odd Fellows hall in the
third story of the Gary block. A
warm welcome always extended to
visiting brothers.
T. C. Carter. N. G.
H. R. LufFman. Secretary.
ROYAL ARCT MASONS
Regular conventions of the Ocala
Chapter No. 13. R. A. M., on the fourth
Friday in every month at 8 p. m.
H. S. Wesson, IL P."
B. L. Adams, Secretary.
KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS
Fort King Casip No. 14 meets at
. of P. h?.ll at 7:30 d. m. every sec-
Ch-.s. K. Sae, Clerk.
i
We Solicit
Yoar
Cleaning
and
Pressing
. We have opened a cleaning
and pressing department in
connection with our Men's
Furnishings store in the
Ocala House block. Besides
men's work, we are specially
prepared for cleaning ladies'
dresses, silks, satins, crepes
and fancy woolens. All the
latest methods are used in in-chiding
chiding in-chiding the French Dry
Cleaning process.
r
All orders receive prompt
attention, and goods are call-
ed for and delivered in any
- art of the city. All work
guaranteed satisfactory.
This department is under
the personal supervision of
Mr. F. W. Broderick.
Out of town orders sclicit sclicit-ed.
ed. sclicit-ed. We pay return parcel
post on all work.
Walkley&Barnett
Phone 74
Auto Repairing!
ALL CARS
CYLINDERS RE-BORED AND
4 WELDING
2FFIC1ENT WORK3IEN.
PROMPT SERVICE
REASONABLE CHARGES
GEO. J. VILLIAMS
Formeily Carroll Motor Company
Garage, Osceola St.
PHONE 597 Night 408
i
I25c
Trunks and Small
Packages to any-;
of the city.
Ocala Expres Service
Telephone

UNCLASSIFIED
ADVERTISEMENTS
WANTED. LOST. FOUND. FOB
SALE. FOR RENT AND SIM SIMILAR
ILAR SIMILAR LOCAL NEEDS

Rates: Six lines, maximum, one time,
25c; three times. 50c; six times, 75c;
one month. S3. 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
square. Give location and full particu particulars
lars particulars in first letter. All replies confi-
dentiaL Address "BARGAIN,, care
the Star. 7-6t
FOR SALE Tomato plants, 15 cents
per 100; 100,000 improved Porto
Rico sweet potato slips ready to
plant now, $l,."o per 1000. Send
orders to C Y." Miller, 124 Soui& -Tenth
St. Ocaia. I'la. 15-tf
FOR SALE Genuine Porto Rico
plants. 8 to 12 in. long, government
inspected; no weels or disease.
Guaranteed immediate delivery.
$1.75 per thousand, express collect.
Write for prices on vines. C IL
Cooner. 746 Wyominia St, Ocala,
Fla. Phone 3S9. 30-tf-t.
WANTED Rags ; must be well laun laundered.
dered. laundered. No sewing room scraps. Old
table or bed linen or underwear pre preferred.
ferred. preferred. Four cents pr jound. Star
office. ' 31-t
FOR SALE A piano cheap for cash.
Phone 668 after 6 p. m. 2-tf
WANTED Second hand harness;
can use single or double sets. Ad Address
dress Address W. A Jtedditt, Citra, FlaL, or
"R, care Star office. 6-6t
WANTED Position as stenographer.
For further information call phone
245. 9-3t
FOR SALE Several pieces of furni furniture;
ture; furniture; also garden tools. Apply to
Mrs. William Wolff. 215 Watula
street. H-3t
LOST liver and white bird dog with
two peppies of same color.. Lost
around Gary hammock southwest
of city. Reward for their return to
O'Neal & Holly Garage. ll-6t
WANTED Young lady
Apply the Blake Studio.
assistant.
ll-3t
TALLAHASSEE ACTIVE IN
SWAT MOSQUITO CAMPTIGN
Jacksonville, April 11, Acting
upon the advice of the state board of
health in the matter of making it
practically impossible for the mala malarial
rial malarial mosquito, or any other breed of
mosquito to Jive and thrive in Leon
county, the authorities of Tallahas Tallahassee
see Tallahassee and the county have inaugurated
a general clean-up movement, which
will include flies as well as mosqui mosquitoes,
toes, mosquitoes, and with the assistance of the
state board of health, all restaurants,
hotels, boarding houses and places
selling eatables wheh could be a men menace
ace menace to health because of flies will be

made fly-proof -and sanitary n other
respects, if not already so, and t is
also expected that Leon Cbunty wll
soon be a mosquitoless communtiy.
For the purpose of assisting in -this
movement, Dr. Ralph N. Greene,
state health officer, accompanied by
Chef Sanitary Engineer George W.
Simons Jr., Dr. F. L. Tatum, distrct
health officer and John Lynch, sani sanitary
tary sanitary engineer, visited Tallahassee
last week, while Dr.-Greene waixa
route to Pensacola on board of health
business. The other officers remained
at the capital to render all possible
assistance in the work.
Tallahassee is probably the first
community to take an active stand
against mosquitoes and flies in the
state this tprog, but reports fromw'
other sections denote that the dread
of malaria, and the desire for clean

liness and civic pride has caused them
to follow out the advice of the state
board of health.
BRITISH 5IINE OWNERS
AND STRIKERS CONFER
c Associated Pre)
London, April 11. British raina
owners and striking employes con conferred
ferred conferred an hour this morning on pos possible
sible possible settlement. The conference ad adjourned
journed adjourned at noon until later in the day.
The funeral of George BurdofT, col colored,
ored, colored, who died yesterday at 212 W.
Fort King avenue, will take place at
Mount Zion A. M. E. church tomor tomorrow
row tomorrow at 1 o'clock.
ORDER OF EASTERN STAB
Ocala Chapter No. 23, O. E. S S-ireets
ireets S-ireets at the Masonic hall the second
ard fourth Thursday evenings cf each
nonth at 8 o'clock.
Mrs. Rosalie Condon, W. 21.
Mrs. Susan Cook. Secretary. 4



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