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Title:
The Ocala evening star
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Ocala Evening Star
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Evening star
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Began in 1895; ceased in 1943.
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Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 5 (June 24, 1895).
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. WEATHER FORECAST
Unsettled weather to to-ably
ably to-ably local showers in
north and central por por-night
night por-night and Friday, prob prob-tions.
tions. prob-tions. TEMPERATURE
This morning, 54.
This afternoon, 84.
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VOL. 27
OCALA, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, APRIL 14. 1921
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STANDING BY THE
UNITED STATES

Evidently the Position that France
Takes in Regard to Japan
and America
(Associated Press)
Washington, April 14. The French
reply to Secretary Hughes' note of
April 4th, regarding the Japanese
mandate over the Pacific island of
Yap is interpreted in official circles
here as tantamount to acceptance of
the principle laid down by the Amer American
ican American government that the United
States has surrendered none of its
rights in the former German overseas
possessions.
STRAIGHT TALK
The text of the French note, which
is in the for mof a preliminary reply,
was made public today both in Wash Washington
ington Washington and Paris. It gives assurance
that a representative of the French
government will place before, the su supreme
preme supreme council at its next meeting the
question of Yap with the "greatest
desire to find a solution which will
give every satisfaction to the United
States."
FLORIDA CROPS
The director of the census announc announces,
es, announces, subject to correction, the following
preliminary figures from the census
of agriculture for Florida:
The value of all crops harvested in
Florida in 1919 was $80,256,806. Corn
was valued at $14,129,774, peanuts at
$3,344,404, and hay and forage at
$2,510,772. The value of potatoes was
$5,301,588; of sweet potatoes $3,445, $3,445,-221;
221; $3,445,-221; and of other vegetables raised
for sale, $13,695,255, including toma tomatoes
toes tomatoes valued at $4403.929 ano? celery
at $2,321,423. The value of tobacco
was $2,371,061; of cotton and cotton
seed, $4,018,449;. of sugar cane, $4, $4,-134,458;
134,458; $4,-134,458; of oranges, $15,715,618; and
-of grapefruit $6,158,941. As compar compared
ed compared with 1909, the .total value of crops
for 1919 shows an increase of 142.7
per cent; corn, 147.5 per. cent; pea peanuts.
nuts. peanuts. 55.8 per cent; potatoes, 531.4
per cent; sweet potatoes, 179,8 per
cent; tobacco, 131.2 per cent; and
sugar cane, 279.4 per cent.
The acreage of corn in 1919 was
790,487, representing an increase of
30.5 per cent as compared with 605, 605,-771
771 605,-771 acres in 1909. The acreage of
peanuts was 77,416 in 1919, as against
126,130 acres in 1909, a decrease of
38.6 per cent. The average yield of
corn was 11.2 bushels per acre in 1919
and 11.6 bushels in 1909.
In 1919, 139,516 acres were in hay
and forage, including 42,811 acres in
corn cut for forage. The total acre acreage
age acreage in 1909 (not including corn cut
for forage) was 54,763.
There were 17,525 acres in potatoes
in 1919 .as compared with 8507 acres
in 1909, representing an increase of
106.0 per cent; and 26,436 acres in
sweet potatoes in 1919, as against
21,995 acres in 1909. There were
60,938 acres in other vegetables raised
for sale, including 18,089 acres in to tomatoes,
matoes, tomatoes, 1992 acres in celery, 2664
acres in lettuce, 4501 acres in cab cabbage,
bage, cabbage, and 8522 acres in green beans.
Tobacco had an acreage of 4291 in
191 9as compared with 3987 acres in
1909. The production was 4,473,696
pounds in 1919, as against 3,505,801
pounds in 1909, an increase of 27.6
per cent.
The acreage of cotton was 110,562
in 1919, as compared with 263,454
acres in 1909, a decrease of 58.0 per
cent. In 1919, 19,538 bales of cotton
and 9029 tons of cotton seed were pro produced;
duced; produced; in 1909, 65,056 bales of cot cotton
ton cotton and 32,528 tons of cotton seed.
From 20,413 acres in sugar cane,
179,573 tons were produced in 1919,
as compared with 142,517 tons fronr
12,928 acres in 1909.
The production of oranges was 5, 5,-930,422
930,422 5,-930,422 boxes in 1919, as compared
with 4,852,967 boxes in 1909, and
that of grapefruit was 3,158, boxes
in 1919 ,as against 1,061,537 boxes
in 1909.
DR. HAWKINS
(Associated Press) ," -Raleigh,
April 14. Dr. A. B. Haw Hawkins,
kins, Hawkins, aged 96, for many years the
oldest living alumnus of the Univer University
sity University of North Carolina, and one of
the oldest bank directors in the coun country
try country died at his home here today. He
graduated from the university in
1845.
EVERWEAR HOSIERY sold by
best retailers EVERYWHERE, at
FISHEL'S only.

Illinois
AT TALLAHASSEE

Making a Strenuous Straggle to Meet 1
and Dispose of the Oncom-
inr Measures I
(Associated Press)
Tallahassee, April 14. A communi communication
cation communication endorsing the no-fence law,
which had been placed on the House
journal, was stricken therefrom to today
day today at the instance of Representative
Rowland, of Escambia.
'A concurrent resolution providing
for a committe to inspect the prison
farm at Raiford, another providing
for kindergartens in public schools
and one by Representative Fields of
Calhoun, which would prohibit the
operation of punch boards, slot ma machines
chines machines and similar contrivances were
among the measures introduced in the
House today.
Efforts to bring up in the House
the county division bills passed by
the Senate yesterday failed and the
matter was made a special, order for
Wednesday, the 20th.
A bill to increase the salaries of
supreme court justices from four to
six thousand dollars was introduced
in both the House and Senate.
PROPOSED SALE OF LAND
TO ALABAMA WILL CAUSE
MUCH WASTE OF HOT AIR
Tallahassee, April 13 The propos proposed
ed proposed sale of the western part of the
state to Alabama is expected to cause
an eruption of legislative pyrotech pyrotechnics
nics pyrotechnics when the law-makers reach the
question. While the general opinion
among the legislators is that such a
measure cannot be passed at this ses session,
sion, session, a lively tilt over the issue is
predicted.
Strong opposition is expected from
the combined forces of the middle
and western parts of the state. The
opponents of the capitol's removal are
expected 1 to lead in the opposition,
because should the territory go to
Alabama, it would weaken, according
to political observers, their strongest
argument to retain the seat of gov government
ernment government here.
SHARES WANTED MORE
THAN HIS SHARE
(Associated Press
Miami, April 14 W. G. Share, a
railroad bridge tender, was arrested
on a, grand larceny charge yesterday.
The police said their found under his
house stolen marine equipment valued
at $2000.
DADE IS GENEROUS
WITH ITS DUCATS
(Associated Press j
Miami, April 14. The Dade county
commissioners have appropriated
$2500 to help defray the expenses of
good roads advocates working along
the route of the Dixie highway from
Chicago to Miami.
TORNADO STRUCK A
CORNER OF TEXAS
Eight Dead and Ove Fifty Wounded,
Five Fatally, at
Melissa
Associated Pre)
Melissa, Texas, April 14. Eight
persons are dead, five probably fatal fatally
ly fatally injured and fifty others more or
less seriously hurt is the result of a
tornado which struck here yesterday
afternoon. Five of the dead are ne negroes.
groes. negroes. More than a score of build buildings
ings buildings were wrecked.
CRASH BETWEEN ENGINE
AND AUTO AT COVINGTON
(Associated Press)
Covington, Ky., April 14. Four
persons were killed, four seriously
injured and two others badly hurt in
a collision between an automobile
and a Chesapeake &. Ohio locomotive
here today.
LEFT THIRTEEN ORPHANS
(Associated Press)
Miami, April 14. Corrine Driscoll,
a negress, mother of thirteen children
died today of burns sustained when
rier sister and the tatter's three chil children
dren children were burned to death in their
home here yesterday.
Seven-passenger Bukk six for sale.
First class condition. A bargain and
easy terms. Call or address Carroll
Motors Co. 12-3t

DOl'JII THE
Oil STEEL
International
Harvester
a
Company
Will Reduce on Implements Ten
Per Cent Next Year
Associated Prtssi
Chicago, April 14. Basing its ac action
tion action upon the recent reduction in
steel, prices announced by" the United
States Steel Corporation, the Inter International
national International Harvester Company today
announced a straight ten per cent re reduction
duction reduction effective next year on pro products
ducts products in which steel is the principal
material. The reduction on steel
came after a year's product had been
provided for and will have no bear bearing
ing bearing on machines sold this year, the
announcement explained.
GERMAN GOVERNMENT
AFRAID OF THE DEAD
Will Not Leave the Task of Taking
' Body of ex-Empress to Potsdam
to Her Relatives
t Associated Press
Doorn, April 14. German govern government
ment government authorities have insisted that
the removal of the body of- the late
former empress from Doom to Pots Potsdam
dam Potsdam for burial be delayed and the re remains
mains remains not leave here until Monday,
it is announced. Former Emperor
William visits the room where the
casket lies. William avoids all com company
pany company but often sits for long periods
with his daughter.
A .BACKDOWN AT
THE LAST MOMENT
British Labor Men Say What, They
Won't Do, but Nevertheless
They Continue to Talk
' Associated Pess)
London, April 14. Officials of the
triple alliance of labor conferred with
Premier Lloyd George two hours this
morning on the strike controversy.
Secretary Thomas, of the railway
men's union, said afterwar he saw no
prospect for reopening of negotiations
for adjustment of the situation.
IT'S NOT SO LARGE AS IT LOOKS
Only 25 Per Cent More Than Amer America's
ica's America's Expense, and We Didn't
Start It, Either
(Associated Press)
Paris, April 14. Germany's obli obligation
gation obligation sto the Allies will be fixed at
between one hundred and thirty and
one hundred and fifty billion gold
marks by the reparations commis commission,
sion, commission, says the Echo de Paris.
(About 33 to 50 billion dollars.)
WAS A LONG TIME ON ITS WAY
Congressional Medal Won by Ed Ed-ward
ward Ed-ward Cox in 1904 Bestowed on
Him Today
m '' (Associated Press)
Washington, April 14. Chief Gun Gunner
ner Gunner Robert Edward Cox, U. S..N., was
on President Harding's callers list to today
day today to receive the congressional med medal
al medal of honor for extraordinary heroism
April 13, 1904, on the occasion of an
explosion on board the battleship
Missouri, which caused the loss of
30 lives. A flareback from the after
turret guns set fire to powder near
the magazine, but Cox flooded the
magazine,, and saved the vessel.
PRINCIPALLY AFFECTED
WITH SPRING LAZINESS
(Associated Press)
London, April 14. The Federation
of General Workers, representing
1,500,000 workers in more than 100
industries outside the triple, alliance,
decided today to support the triple
alliance in its strike in the interest
of the miners.
SENT TO THE SENATE
9 (Associated Press)
Washington, April 14. The nomi nominations
nations nominations to Harvey as ambassador to
Great Britain, and Herrick as ambas ambassador
sador ambassador to France, were sent to' the Sen Senate
ate Senate today by President Harding.
SUGAR SATURDAY AND MONDAY
12 pounds of sugar for one dollar,
with a dollar's worth of other groc groceries
eries groceries for cash, Saturday and Monday
only. Phone 377.
tf H. B. WHTTTINGTON.
This is a Studebaker year.

HI

BROWARD HAS

SET THEM BACK
Dade County People Voted School
Bonds, but Afraid to Sell on Ac Account
count Account of Supreme Court
Decision
(Associated Preas)
Miami,v April 14. Local bankers
and business were asked today by the
Dade county school board to attend
the meeting of the board next Tues Tuesday,
day, Tuesday, in an endeavor to find some way
to keep the schools-open. More than
$400,000 of bonds for school operat operating
ing operating expenses were .voted two weeks
ago, but a similar bond issue voted in
Broward county was held by the su supreme
preme supreme court to be invalid and closing
of Pade county schools seem immi imminent.
nent. imminent.
GENEROUS CITY BY THE GULF
Tampa is Providing for Those Made
Hungry and Homeless
by Fire
(Associated Press)
Tampa. April 14. Benevolent or
ganizations here have formed a tem
porary organization to take charge of
the situation resulting from the fire
in West Tampa late yesterday which
caused a loss of $60,000 and render rendered
ed rendered more than 100 persons homeless.
The Children's Home .will care for the
youngsters and a subscription list is
being circulated to provide for the
elders.
MONIED.AND SCIENTIFIC
MEN MEET IN MIAMI
(Associated Press).
Miami, April 14. Two state con conventions
ventions conventions are in full swing here to today.
day. today. One hundred and fifty delegates
attended the opening session of the
Florida State Bankers Association and
more than 300 were present at the
Florida State Horticultural Society.
The horticulturalists will visit some
of the county's finest orange groves
this afternoon.
WOUD RESTORE CONFIDENCE
IN THE BUILDING INDUSTRY
L New York, April 2. A nation-wide
drive to rehabilitate and restore pub public
lic public confidence in the building and con construction
struction construction industry of the United
States by wiping out "wasteful
strife" and by uniting the various ele elements
ments elements and interests into one big co cooperative
operative cooperative association has been launch launched
ed launched by the executive board of the Na National
tional National Congress of the Building Con Construction
struction Construction Industry.
Local conferences representative of
the industry are being formed in the
principal cities of the countryf it was
announced here today at the head headquarters
quarters headquarters of the congress, and it is
planned to convene the first national
assembly of this organization in Chi Chicago
cago Chicago in the late spring or early sum summer.
mer. summer. Under the national congress plan,
representatives of the contractors,
sub contractors, manufacturers of
and dealers in materials, workers in
the building trades, architect? and
engineers are brought together into
"common meeting" to consider vital
problems confronting the building in industry
dustry industry and inaugurate "effective and
acceptable remedies."
"The industry has been a headless,
inarticulate body and has suffered
the consequences- of the self-imposed
isolation," said a statement by the
executive board of the national Con Congress.
gress. Congress. "The functions of its parts
must be co-ordinated. Co-operation
must take the place of wasteful
strife.
"Such action, if intelligently car carried
ried carried forward, will be in the public's
interest and, therefore, must also be
in the interest of the industry. The
right type of co-operation under lib liberal
eral liberal leadership offers the only method
of reconciling the demand of the in industry
dustry industry for its own prosperity and the
demand of the public for adequate
and economical construction. Such a
meetin gof minds, s"uch a recognition
of common purposes, means funda fundamentally
mentally fundamentally that the industry must or organize
ganize organize itself as a publio service,
frankly assuming the obligation of a
group associated with the primary
purpose of supplying the public
need."
The Congress proposes:
To make a scientific survey of the
needs of the industry m workers and
of how these needs may be met; to
study the present methods of training
an denlisting personnel; and to dis-

DUD OE THE
MEETS TONIGHT

Measures of National Import Will
Come Before Trade Body and All
Members Should be Present
The Marion County Board of Trade
meets tonight at 8 o'clock. There
will be placed before the members of
the organization, resolutions protest protesting
ing protesting against the national agreement in
regard to wage rates on the railroads
and the members will be asked to
consider, also, whether or not the
public utilities of the city should be
put under the direction of the state
railroad commission, or a public serv
ice commission, a bill
havintr Wn
introduced into the leeislature for
this purpose.
the St.
A communication
fro
mt
Louis chamber of commerce in re regard
gard regard to the so-called national work working
ing working agreements, as they effect wages
of the railroads, will be placed before
the Board of Trade. The question of
lower freight rates and passenger
fares is at present one of the most
important in the country. It is hoped,
therefore, that the attendance at to tonight's
night's tonight's meeting will be a large one.
McDONALD-GORE
Miss Martha Edna Gore was mar-'
ried to Mr. Walter Rollie McDonald
today at noon in the office of the
county judge. Judge Futch perform performing
ing performing the ceremony.
Only members of the immediate
family and a few intimate friends
were present.
Mrs. Gore with her attractive per personality
sonality personality and pleasing way and the
sterling qualities of Mr. Fore have
made them great favorites with a
wide circle of friends, who extend
them their hearty good wishes for
future happiness and prosperity.
Mr. and Mrs. Gore will reside at
Lacota, where they will go to house housekeeping.
keeping. housekeeping. ELECTION OF OFFICERS
LIBRARY ASSOCIATION
At this morning's session of the
State Library Association, the follow following
ing following officers were ejected for the com coming
ing coming year:
President, Miss Helen S telle, Tam Tampa;
pa; Tampa; first vice president; Miss Louise
Gamsby, Ocala; second vice presi president,
dent, president, Mr. Green, Bartow; secretary,
Miss Serena Bailey, Palatka; treas treasurer,"
urer," treasurer," Mr.' Joseph Morrow,' Jackson Jacksonville.
ville. Jacksonville. A SINN FEIN VICTORY
(Associated Press)
Duulin, April" 14. Sir Arthur Ed Edward
ward Edward Vickers, former Ulster king of
arms was shot dead this morning at
Listowel and his residence was burn
ed to the ground.
REMEMBER, we are striving to
enlarge our business clientele by giv
ing the public GOOD MERCHAN MERCHANDISE
DISE MERCHANDISE at. lowest 'prices, not cheap,
shoppy stuff. Yours to please.
FISHEL'S.

fitting them for intelligent and
cover and correct the causes of the j efficient service. More than three
progressive decline in the supply and: hundred students have been enrolled
quality of workers in the industry, i during the present school year and
To study the needs of the industry j the school gives promise of a larger
in and .the sources of supply of raw; usefulness in the future,
materials and manufactured products, J Fessenden Academy is without
the quantities of such now available, state aid and with the exception of a
and to determine the national rej-Umall county allowance for five
quirements of constructions in 1921 teachers during the first six months
and succeeding years. of the school year, secures its funds
Among the problems to be consid- largely through public subscriptions,
ered by the organization are listed north and south. With a considerable
the' following: .'deficit on hand, the institution is now
How shall abundant credit resources launching a campaign in which ev-be-
made available, at reasonable cost, j ery citizen is asked to help that this
to the industry in order that it may work of social and industrial uplift
function in satisfying public need? jmay not be embarrassed.
.How shal the industry be led to j The principal and teachers ask that
adopt a uniform and equitable policy j citizens of. Ocala and Marion county
in bidding and with respect to eon-j visit the institution during the cam cam-tract
tract cam-tract terms and conditions? jin gweeks and especially during the
How is genuinely co-operative ef-j closing exercises April 21-28. Sat Sat-f
f Sat-f ort by employers and wage earners urday, the 23rd, is people's day. Ex Ex-(
( Ex-( whether the wage earners be organ-1 hibitions from the various industrial
ized or unorganized) to be substituted departments will be on display and
for the antagonism which, in the past, the entire plant will be opened for
has checked productions? inspection. The Gainesville road lead lead-There
There lead-There is another body 'working foring to the institution is straight and

V
the same objects but which, at the j
present time, is not associated with I
the national congress. This body is!
the "National Federation of Construc Construction
tion Construction Industries, with headquarters in
Philadelphia. While the objects of
both of these large bodies are the
same, the means being used to accom accomplish
plish accomplish the desired ends are slightly
different.

"V,

CHALMERS MILITARY
! DOTS GOOD SPOnTS

With a Tremendous Score Against
Them, They Smiled as They
Took Their Medicine
(By L. T. I.)
Before yesterday's game, I agreed
with Mr. Benjamin to write it up for
the Star, but I refuse now. Ocala
teat Chalmbers Military Academy by
a score of 29 to 1 in a featureless,
one-sided affair. The Ocala team'
showed great need of practice, but
seems to have material for a team,
with a few exceptions. Fred Luff man
on third was considerably off his
ususu ame- ncuana played well
I iu.uy ngga piayeu
' ball. The outfield had no chance
I .1 V, TT ,. TIT 1
i io snow wnai mey nan as Luirman
A l 1 A t m
and Clements allowed no" hits. Clem Clements
ents Clements struck out nine men of the
twelve that faced him in the last four
innings.
The Chalmers boys are good sports
nd never gave up nor got mad, but
they made the mistake of thinking
Ocala was a high school team when
they wrote us for a game. This aft afternoon
ernoon afternoon they have called off the second
game with Ocala and will play the
high school boys here.
The team came out a little in the
hole yesterday.. There wers 107 tick tickets
ets tickets sold, and nine half admissions,
making a total $55.75. Chalmers was
guaranteed $50. War tax $5.58. Ad Advertising,
vertising, Advertising, hand bills and four balls
was the expense. The gate receipts
just paid the guarantee and the war
tax with 17 cents 'over to pay for
balls, advertising and hand bills.
GRAND JURY WILL
INVESTIGATE HAZING
Raleigh, April 14. Judge Connor
of the superior court yesterday asked
the grand jury to make a sweeping
investigation of the hazing episode
at the North Carolina State College
here several weeks ago in which a
number of students had their hair
cut and were otherwise mistreated.
During the hazing a number of shots
were exchaanged between" the hazers
and their victims.
HELP FESSENDEN ACADEMY
Fessenden Academy, Marion coun-
tys industrial school for negroes, on
April 28th will close its nineteenth
year of service. The school founded
by Mr. F. S. Fessenden, and for more
than fifteen years under the efficient
(management of Joseph L. Wiley, has
ibeen one of our great assets. Grad
uates of the institution are not only
serving in the various homes of the
community, but are filling places of
responsibility and trust throughout
the county and state. A large per
cent of negro county teachers come
from this fine school and some of the
best colored mechanics of the state
began learning at Fessenden.
The institution is now under the
management of H. S. Barnwell, who
has been its principal for the past
six years and who is earnestly en endeavoring
deavoring endeavoring to inspire negro boys and
good,
year,
Plan to visit Fessendea this
A Friend.
"CHIROPRACTIC"
Now is the time to have the cause
of your trouble removed and be re restored
stored restored to perfect health. Examinations
free. No questions asked.
2t Dr. Kiplinger, Ocala House.



OCALA EVENING STAR, THURSDAY, APRIL 14, 1321

Ocala Evening Star

fabllhe4 Ewjr Day Es"M Saadar hy
STAR PUBLISHING COMPANY -OCALA,
FLORIDA.

off Levy from Archer down to Romeo, j Eirwin and family of Ocala. were

and .then that division matter -will be callers in Anthony Sunday.

j Misses Julia Meadows and Maude

settled.

.Brown spent several days
Monday ;Week with Dr. and Mrs. J.

of
G.

last
Bas-

The Tampa Tribune of

morning carried as original an able! kin of Dunnellon-
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eauonai neaaea -lansmsrs Tirade. l- r.ri r.t t-,-..,,-;ii. ;,

and Mrs.

p. v.

is visiting in

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aiternoon, me lampa jspeni-r the week with Mr
r. a. c.rr.H. F""i" Times reproduced the same editorial 1 F. W BUhoD
Leaveaztfed, Seretary-Traarer ..., -. clsuoP-

, j. 11. Beajani. Editor -'u v to me jrcnsacoia jour-. Mrs. A. P. Baskin
, nal. Now, who the dickens did write Dunnellon this week

Entered at. Ocala. Fla.. postofflce a that editorial? Was it McWhorter.t w ..... ni i il-.-.

Mrs. Mayes or Herbert Felkel ? thony correspondent has been on the
Punta Gorda Herald. i sjck ijst for two weeks. We are glad
Nobody has explained yet why an j to see her on the job again. Editor),
editorial article referring to the Stan

appeared at practically the same time
in the Tampa Tribune and the Gaines-!
ville News. But we believe we have

him guessed all right.

aecoxii-clas matter.

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jbegai advertisements it legal rates.

BELLEYIEW

Belleview, April 13. The Phila Phila-thea
thea Phila-thea sewing circle met at the home of

. ,, JMiss Minnie Tremere last Wednesday
That ten-year-old joke about Her- rtarnnnrt

- a i .waa

There is only one hole in a dough doughnut,
nut, doughnut, but the Tampa Tribune has

counted the holes around a postage
stamp and finds there are 46.
J. E. Worthington, the competent
correspondent af Tallahassee of the
Tampa Times, thinks there will be
no no-fence legislation at this session.

bert Felkel being mistaken for a
member of the legislature because he i
had been sick and looked physically
dilapidated, has been revived for the

fifth time and is on its biennial round
of the state press. Punta Gorda Her

ald.

That isn't ten years old it is over
sixty. It was coined in 1860 when
Abe Lincoln was running for presi president,
dent, president, but it didn't faze old Abe any.
Some of our friends are poking fun
at us because one of our first page
heads was slightly twisted the other
day. If any man will sit on our edi editorial
torial editorial tripod from half-past one to
three p. m., think up and write be between
tween between thirty and forty heads and sub subheads,
heads, subheads, and do a few other things at
the same time," and do them better
than we can, we will gladly pay him

fifty cents an hour for his services.

They say T. R. Hodges will be giv-
i l I

en uaCK nis oiu jou as usn cumims

ANTHONY

, Anthony, April 13. Miss Pearl
Forbes, who has been ill for several

.... . i i weeks in Ynle tav nn her sr-nnnl

sioner, added to wnicn may De me i

omce of state game
man for the place.

Congressman Volstead says that as

w wo w t TnAnH hv I north for some time. returned home

. nocn i m tn bit nic no aanro m n v -t

voi j -vr ti ua7 JCX tl aiiu

returned Saturday, much improved
and resumed her school work Mon Monday.
day. Monday. 'Mr. Holmer Baskin, who has been

... ll A

saying tnat even at tnai us
mighty poor second to water.

What has become of the woman
who used one. hand for holding up her
skirt? Jacksonville Metropolis.
. She is probably wondering why she
was silly enough to follow such a silly
fashion.

At its weekly meeting Tuesday, the
Ocala Rotary Club, by an unanimous
vote, went on record as favoring a
managerial form of government for
the city. The club wants the real

thing not a camouflage.
St. Petersburg has decided that it
will not tolerate a tent city for tour tourists
ists tourists next winter. The Independent
says: "Those who live in tents all the
season ought to pay rent for the
land." Tampa Times.
St. Pete has been stung.

The Miami Metropolis says: "Sup

erintendent Sheats threatens to sue
publishers for failure to furnish
books according to their contracts.

Mrs. R. A. Baskin.
Miss Irene Palmer left last week to
visit relatives in Georgia for several
months.

j Mr. C. Priest, who has been sick
i for about two weeks, is improving,

we are glad to note.
There will be preaching services
Saturday night, Sunday morning and
Sunday night at the Methodist church
and all are invited to attend.
Mr. Paul Muse of Sugar Valley,
Ga., is the guest of his cousins, Mr.
and Mrs. B. K. Padgett.

Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Yonge of Ply Plymouth,
mouth, Plymouth, who have been visiting Mr.
and Mrs. Henry Stewart and Mr. and
Mrs. R. A. Baskin, returned home
Tuesday.
Several classes of the Methodist

Sunday school will give a social a the

home of Mr. and Mrs. Lee Priest

Friday night, April 15th. 1

Mr. Hentz Griffin and family of Or

lando, spent a few days last week

with Mr. and Mrs. A. R. Griffin.

Mrs. Hamden Smith and son of
Sarasota, are enjoying a week's visit

with Mrs. Smith's father, Mr. E. H.

Miss Ellie Tremere has been in

Sarasota the past week, relieving the

regular operator at the depot there.

The Philathea class of the Baptist

church gave an ice cream social at the
town hall Thursday night. They also

served cake fruit salad, sandwiches
and coffee. A liberal sum was realiz realized,
ed, realized, which will go towards new things

needed for the church.

The Epworth League held a pound
sreial at the home of Miss Gwendolyn
Merrill Friday night. This was well
attended and all enjoyed the games
and refreshments of lemonade, fruit
and cakes.
Miss McCoy and Mrs. Beuchler left
Monday for Jacksonville, where they
will visit a few days before returning
to their homes in Binneolah, L. I.

Mr. and Mrs. John Tanner, who
have been visiting their parents, Dr.
and Mrs. B. N. Tanner, left Tuesday

to spend a few days at St. Petersburg
and Miami, before returning to their
home in Chicago.
Don't forget that there will be
preaching services at the Baptist
church next Sunday, April 17, morn morning
ing morning and evening. Rev. McClellon will
take Rev-. Martin's place this week, as
he is unable to be here. Everybody

come.
Mrs." Reynolds, who has been quite
ick for the past month, passed away
at the home of Mr. Louis Weihe Tues Tuesday
day Tuesday morning. The remains are in
charge of Roberts & Spencer of Ocala.
Dr. and Mrs. B. N. Tanner will ac

company the remains to Cleveland,
Ohio, where they will be laid to rest.

Mr. Robert O. Connor Sr., of Ocala,

aged 82, died after an illness of a
month. Monday, April 11th, at the
home of his daughter, Mrs. D. C.

Stanley, of this place. He was a native
of Indiana, but had lived in the

vicinity of Ocala for about 25 years,
moving there from. Georgia. He leaves

a son, Mr. K. U. Connor Jr., of Jack

sonville, and daughter, Mrs. O. H.
Elliott of Detroit, Mich., besides other
relatives here. The funeral services
were held here Tuesday morning.

Mr. O. M. Gale, his father, Mr. L.
E. Gale and Mr. Converse took a trip
to Orlando and Tampa the first of the

week.

'Mr. and Mrs. Louis Schmidt and
Mrs. O. M. Gale were Orlando visitors

Sunday.

SUGAR SATURDAY AND MONDAY

ELECTRA

All 4---.n V.1 r Una Vthn efirro

. . .. Swain and brother, Mr. .C. V. Swam
up by that last adoption of books for ,

Florida schools, but it isn't all a fault

of the publishers."

: "Had it ever occurred to you,"
asks" the' Lakeland 'Star, "that half
the population of Lakeland is wom women?"
en?" women?" The same thing was true of the
Garden of Eden. Jacksonville' Me Metropolis.
tropolis. Metropolis.
Let's hope Lakeland will have bet better
ter better luck than Eden.

and family.

The little son of Mr. Vaughn Sims,
who was bitten by a mad dog, has
been in Ocala for treatment for the
past week and is doing nicely.
There was a B. Y. P. U. social giv given
en given at the home of Mr. and Mrs. W. N.
Fielding last Friday evening. The
evening was greatly enjoyed by all
present.

Corn, tomatoes, squash and beans

were hurt in places by the cold Mon-

Mott tint mf eoTnrvn a A a m a era Yzro a

If John S. Williams, the owner of i J 6

uuue.
Mr. and Mrs. E. G. Gardner are en

tertaining Mrs. J. W. Windham of

that Georgia murder farm, was let
off with life imprisonment, his negro

"r:"..;;; iTampa this week.

me muruers iur uixu, auuum vr tj A ,1 tit, A

Mrs. A. R. Griffin, spent last .week

with them, before returning north

Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Talton gave a

dinner last week to ceelbrate Mr. Tal Tal-toa's
toa's Tal-toa's birthday.
Mr. Eugene Swindell and wife, Mr,

DeWitt Griffin and family, Mr. Albert

Griffin, Mr. W. J. Thomas,- Mr. Y. D.

sentenced to hang. He is no morw
guilty than Williams, and not so
much is to be expected from him as
from Williams.

The state railroad commission has
done a sensible thing in decreeing

that common carriers in Florida shall
open their offices at not later than 8
a. m., instead of 7 a. m., as they were
petitioned to do. Seven o'clock is
early enough for the average person
to go to work, and 8 o'clock now was
7 o'clock three years ago.

Electra, April 12. Everybody was

disappointed this morning on going

into the fields to find much of the corn
killed to the ground, so everybody can
plant again. It's a terrible hardship

for the farmers to have their corn

killed down in the middle of April.

The entertainment at the Electra

school house last Friday night was

a success. Jtiverybody enjoyed it hne

The Moss Bluff school will give its en

tertainment next Friday night, Apri

16th. Everybody is invited.

All our people are invited to attend

church at the Moss Bluff church next

Sunday, morning and evening.

Mr. and Mrs. Sam McKinney and

family are quite sick. We hope they

will soon be well again.

The Electra school teacher has re

turned to her home for the summer

We hope to see her back among the

Electra young people again next year

Mr. Peter Holly spent Sunday with

Mr -and Mrs. B. B. Fletcher at the

Muclan farms.

Mr. Charles Mock spent Sunday

vith Mr. and Mrs. Lawton Martin.

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Splendidly-Equipped

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And see how'well we are prepared
to fix your Automobile on Shore
Notice. We are located on North
Main Street, opposite the Ocala
Iron Works.

MirpSay Motor

This Is a Studebaker Year

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12 pounds of sugar for oae dollar,

with a dollar's worth of other groc groceries
eries groceries for cash, Saturday and Monday
only. Phone 377.

tf H. B. WHITTINGTON.

25c

Trunks and Small

Packages to any

of the city.
Ocala Expres Strike 0 A
Telephone OT.

Nice destroys the odor of perspira

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

WEAK; RUH-DOWH

Carclxa Lady Got So Sne Couli

Jt Drag. "Cardui Built Me j
Up," Ste Declares. j
Kemersvllle, N. C In an Interest-1
lng ttiatenent regarding Cardui, the
1 -.'i Tnrltn Urs WadoV Mh Of

ttuiuua uuiv, i.e. w
rear here, recently said: "I have
l.r.cxn Cardui for years, but never
Lne-v it", worth until a year or so ago.
I was In a weakened, run-down con condition.
dition. condition. I became draggy didnt eat or
eleeo to do any good; couldn't do any-thin-;
without a great effort. I tried
c'i.'fonnt remedies and medicines, yet
I contnusd to drag.
I tlecided to give Cardui & trial,
and found it was Just 'what 1 really
needed. It made me feel much strong stronger
er stronger soon aftsr I began to use it. I be-o-in
tn rt more, and the nervous.

weak feeling began to leave. Soon I

vas sleeping good.
Cardui built me op a bo other
tor.ic ever did.
"I used Cardui with1 one daughter
wh3 vras puny, felt bad and tired out
all the time. It brought her right out.
and soon she was as well as a girl
could be. We think "there la nothing
like CarduL"
Do not allow yourself to become
weak and run-down from womanly
troubles. Take CarduL Yon may find
It just what yon really need. For
more than 40 years it ha been used by
thousands and thousands, and found
Jast as Mrs. Mabe describes.
At your druggist's. NC-14J

Our Specialty Is

buildind

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MAZON & CO.
Let ween Ten Cent Store and Gerig's
Drug Store

Auto Repairing!
ALL. CARS
CYLINDERS RE-BORED AND
, WELDING

WHY SUFFER SO?

EFFICIENT WORKMEN.
PROMPT SERVICE

REASONABLE CHARGES

GEO. J. WILLIAMS
Formerly Carroll Motor Company
x Garage, Osceola St.
PHONE 597 Night 408
All Garcia de Ora cigars wrapped
in tin foil? 10 cents fill dealers. 25-lm

Why suffer from a bad 'back, from
siarp, shooting thingea. headaches,
dizziness and distressing urinary ills?
Ocala people recommend Doan's Kid
ney Pills. Ask your neighbor! Could
you ask for stronger proof of merit?
C. F. Hays, who runs wood yard, N.
Magnolia St, Ocala. says: "I think
heavy lifting caused my kidneys to
become weak; I suffered greatly from
severe pains in 'my back and I was
often so stiff and lame, I could hardly
do my work. I also had frequent,
severe headaches. A friend told ma
about Doan's Kidney Pils, and L be began
gan began using them. Doan's gave me more
relief than all the other medicines I
took and I gladly recommend them."
The above statement was given
May 13, 1908, and on April 16, 1918,
Mr. Hays added: "I gladly confirm the
statement I made in praise of Doan's
Kidney Pills. I haven't had occasion
to use this medicine since, for it has
effected a permanent cure.
Price 60c at all dealers. Dont
simply ask for a kidney remedy get
Doan's Kidney Pills the same that
Mr. Hays had. Foster-Milburn Co.,
Mfrs., Muffalo, N. Y, Adv. 2

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

L. ALEXANDER

PRACTICAL CONTRACTOR
BUILDER

AND

Care.nl estimates made on all con contract
tract contract vork. Gives more and better
work fcr the money than any other
contractor in the city.

We guess the Chalmers-Ocala ball
game was just a warming up on both
sides. The Chalmers team is made up

of a fine-looking and clever set of

bovs. all eood sports, and we wish!

them success in every game except!
against our home team. But our peo people
ple people must turn out better if they ex expect
pect expect our team to keep up.
Mr. W. K- Zewadski brings word
from Levy county that there will be
no attempt to break Bloxham off
from Levy and Marion at this session
of the legislature, tho it may be tried
two years hence. Some of these days
Marion will turn in and cut a slice

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OCALA EVENING STAR, THURSDAY, APRIL 14, 1921

READ

IS THE
STAFF OF LIFE
Phone us your order for Flour
Pillsbury Flour, fiftp
12-pound bag ..L.

Pillsbury Flour,
24-pound bag
Light House Self Rising Flour,
12-pound bag,.-..----
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24-pound bag.-
Omega. King of all Pastry. Flour
12-pound bag.-..
Omega, King of all Pastry 'Flour
24-pourid bag- -
Cottolene, No. 10 pail..-. ---- ---- ---

MEETING OF LIBRARIANS

ivinals an as rii organization, will

jcome fro mthis meeting, and I tope

The first session of "the Florida Li- that you will derive much pleasure

v,riw A,w.iatinn wa held vesterfav from it. I extend to you again our

afternoon at the Ocala public library. most cordial frreetingr and our sin-
1

The meeting was called to order by. c rest welcome. -the
president. Mayor R. L. Ander-!
son, in behalf of the city of Ocala, and j BELLEVIEW GIRLS AND BOYS
i i

m a most pleasing address, weicom- i

$1.25

Armour's Simon pure Leaf Lard, 5 lb. bucket 1.15

Two Phones, 377 and 162

1 a (
Tire Prices Mecliiced
DIAMOND Non-Skid, 30x3. 17 ft ft
old price $20 00, now..:.. XI.WV.
DIAMOND Plain, 30x3, (JflC lift
old price $17.60. now..-. ltKvV
6,000 Mile Guarantee
FEDERAL, FISK AND DIAMOND TUBES
NEW PRICES Overhauling Ford motor $16.
Overhauling Ford rear end, $5 for time.
Grinding Ford valves, $3.
DIXIE GARAGE

J AS. ENGESSER, Proprietor

Phone 258

West Broadway

Yo u may have be en
wearing the wrong
corset f a ll y our life
without knowing it

But never without suffering from it in
appearance, health, temper or all three.
Your first
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scientifically designed, expertly chosen,
properly fitted, may very probably mean
a total change in the way your dressmaker
looks at you and the way you look at
yourself.
We offer these original front lacing corsets
at moderate prices well within the reach of
every woman, and we will assume full re responsibility
sponsibility responsibility for your complete satisfaction.
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"SERVICE" Our Blotto
UNITED, STATES TIRES HOOD TIRES
ACCESSORIES
SINCLAIR MOTOR OILS
CARS WASHED AND POLISHED
KUMBAK SERVICES STATION

Sf" Mai-o-nrpt's Guild will hold a cake, candy and fancy work sale Sat-

urday, April 16, at Mrs. Bostick's foimer stand, corner Main and Fort

King. During the day fruit punch will be sold. y-tt

ed them to the city. After this the

regular program, was carried out,
with several interesting papers by
visiting librarians. After a short bus

iness session the meeting adjourned
to meet again last night.
Cars had been provided by citizens
and the visitors were given a pleas pleasant
ant pleasant ride to Silver Springs, where they
were taken in glass bottom boats to
see the beauties of the springs, of

which we are so justly proud.

The meeting at the Woman's Club

house last night proved most inter

esting. Rev. J. J. Neighbour, in his

pleasing manner, introduced the

speakers of the evening. Mrs. Ford
RogeTs, assistant librarian of the
Ocala library, gave n interesting and
comprehensive talk on "Traveling

Libraries." Mrs. Rogers is thoroughly
conversant with the benefits of these
traveling libraries, as she is in charge

of this work in Ucala.

The Dater on "The tJ&e ot Libraries

to the School," by Miss Margaret Tay

lor, who is an educator of wide exper

ience and knows the benefits and ne necessity
cessity necessity of reference books to the

schools, brought forth much favorable

comment.

Mrs. J. W. McCollum of Gaines

ville, who. was to have given a paper,

was unavoidably detained at the last

minute to the regret of all. Musical

numbers given by Mr. Edwin Gernant

and Mr. Lester Lucas were thorough

ly enjoyed, each responding to the
generous applause with an encore.

Ocala is truly fortunate to have two
such brilliant vocalists, who so gra

ciously respond to the demands made

upon them, and in so doing give so

much pleasure to their audiences.

After the conclusion of the pro

gram, punch was served, and an in

formal reception tendered the visi

tors, which was thoroughly enjoyed

About seventy-five of the town peo

ple took advantage of the public in

vitation and the evening proved a
most delightful one. The visitors are

pleased with Ocala, the courtesy and

hospitality shown them by our citi

zens bringing forth niany comments

of praise and appreciation.

The meetings of the association- to

day will be devoted entirely to busi

ness, most of the visitors wishing to

leave for home on the afternoon

trains.

Mayor Anderson's address was as

follows:
Mr. President, Ladies and Gentlemen:

On behalf of the citizens and the

city of Ocala, I extend to you their

hospitality and a cordial welcome. I

realize fully that I am speaking now
to a group of men and women wJio
are intellectually the superiors of the
average audience, whose opportuni opportunities
ties opportunities and quaifications require super superiority.
iority. superiority. You associate .daily with the
treasures of the ages, the books
whose merit has been proven by their

power to hold their places on your

shelves when time has relegated their

contemporaries to the land of things
forgotten. But 'I sometimes wonder
if you. or any one else who has access

to books, can properly appreciate
what vital necessities they are in the
life of the average human being of

today. An experience that I once had

impressed this essentialness of books

indelibly upon me. After the armis

tice, when our four months of front

line duty was over, we returned to a

village in the interior of France to be
billeted, awaiting our return to God's"

country- A small village in France
has few possibilities for recreation or

pleasure, especially during the win winter.
ter. winter. We organized competitive games

and sports of all kinds, but they, -in

the course of time, began to pall, both

on the organizers and the players. A

spirit of discontent pervaded all

ranks. Every man, of course, attend

ed properly to his light duties, but

nobody was happy. Rumors that we
were going to Germany, Russia, ev

erywhere except home, were persis

tent, and everyone' wanted to getj
home. A lieutenant of my outfit first

suggested books and when his leave
was arranged he went to Paris and

sent us a circulating library not over

75 books in all, but a God-send. Im

mediately, a better spirit was mani

fest. When drill hours were over,

men rushed to the orderly room to
get a book or exchange one. In my

billet and in every warm corner, men

were huddled up deep in some book;

here a hard-boiled, rough-necked buck

. a

deep in J. M. Barrie's "Little Minis

ter," and there, an intelligent, keen

officer frantically pursuing "Tarzan

of the Anes" through the African

junges. A strange association of

books and readers. But happiness

and content were restored. All ranks

had found in books a solace not to be

found elsewhere. The vital necessity

had been supplied. The result and

effect of your work. I trust the

greatest benefit to you, both as indi-

Belleview's newest organization,
the Belleview Boy3 Club, lost no time
in .demonstrating that its members
can work a3 well as play. On Satur Saturday
day Saturday they repaired the school house
steps and on Monday the whole club,
unde rthe leadership-of its president,
John Freeman, turned out and spent
more than thtree hours raking and
otherwise cleaning up the grounds

about the town hall.

In order to assure that the good

work will go on, the club has formed

a service mommittee whose duty it
will be to look around and at least

once each month perform some use

ful service for the school or town.
The members of the committee are

John Freeman, Clyde Nott. Robert

Merrill, Sam Freeman and Philip

Feuchter

Save the Nickies and Dimes and they.

. SOON' MAKE DOLLARS'
Get the U-SERVE HABIT, it's a good one

12-lb. bags Obelisk
Flour
24-lb. bags Obelisk
Flour

12-lb. bags Pillsbuiy
Flour

24-ib. bags Pillsbury
Flour

12-lb. Wild Rose Self
Rising Flour

24-lb. Wild Rose Self

83c
$1.65

81c
$1.59

75c

CI CA

Rising Flour tPltUU

79c

m i A : 1. I

ine Doys are aiso training uaiu iui
the games that will follow the flag 12-lb. bags Pioneer

raising on Friday next and as further eil KISing r lOUr.

proof of their spirit, they already Pinner
have agreed that the winning team 4-1 D. DdgS riOneer

in the relay race, shall give the prize,
an ornamental weather guide or baro

meter, to the school.

Fired by the boys' example, the
girls are about to form a campfire

troop, under the leadership of Miss

lilda Monroe.

BLITCHTON

CI cc

Self Rising Flour . tj) 1 .dd

Purity Rolled Oats, 1 1A

package -" I 2 v

Post Toasties,

package..

Kellogg Corn Flakes

package I

Blitchton April 13.-Rev Boat- Lard Compound.

wright will preacn at xne oapusi i --j

. ri o.on I 1IUU11U

rhnrch nnfiav aiiernoon at o.ov

o'clock.

MrsO. S. Sanders spent last week

with relatives at Mcintosh.

Miss Maudie Fant of Morriston

was the week-end guest of Mr. and

Mrs. F. E. Fant.

Mr. A. L. McKay of Hernando call

ed Saturday.

Mr. Roland Blitch accompanied Mr.

McKav home Saturday, returning

Sunday.

Mr. and Mrs. V. Potts of Emathla

were Sunday visitors.

Our community teelphone line has

been extended to Morriston-

12c

12c
12c

pound f

Green Coffee, a good
grade, per pound.

Small Octagon Soap,
cake
Large Octagon Soap,
cake
Tall Pink Salmon,
tins

Crisco,

1 pound tins

Crisco,

V2 pound tins
Crisco,
3 pound tins

Crisco,
6 pound tins
Cribco,
9 pound tins

Blue Label Karo
Syrup, small tins..

Blue Label Karo
Syrup, 5-1 b. tins. ...
Red. Label Karo,
small tins ....
Red Label Karo,
5-lb. tins ..'

4c
7c

. 15c
20c
. 30c
. 69c
$1.20
$1.75

13c
40c
15c
45c

16c

U-SEVE STORES
CASH AND CARRY
One East and One West City Square'

en extended 10 aiomsion.
Mrs. Dollie Blitch, Mrs. F. E. Fant, X&jSfyB ($ySB

.uiat uua jjinvu, i

Mr. and Mrs. B

A a

Ucaia last wees.
Mr. Buffington visited our county

seat Tuesday.

Mr. J. W. Coulter was shopping in

Ocala Monday

Mrs. Minnie Hammons, Misses Ko

i 1 T ill!

wena Hammons, uao ana .uiuian

Blitch and Messrs. Landis apd Fenton

Blitch attended services at Momston

Sundav morning

Our public school closed Friday and

Miss Bell returned to her home at
Gainesville Saturday.

SOUTH LAKE WEIR

South Lake Weir, April 14. Mr. E.
C; Alhertson and wife made a trip to
Largo and St. Petersburg last Satur Saturday,
day, Saturday, which they enjoyed very much.

Miss Sara Jones ana iuus
r tf00coKnwHs. who have been i tJ-'

UUWl VI X' lC.J-"
stopping at the Pleasant Hills House
for a month past, left for their north northern
ern northern homes last Friday.
Mrs. Hope and daughter of Revere,
Mass., left here for home Saturday.
Mr. Alvin Flint and wife (nee Miss
Myrtle Hickey) left Friday by auto automobile
mobile automobile for their home in Gloversville,
N. Y. Cards received from them say

them found good roads to Dawson,
Ga., where last heard from.
Mrs. C. S. Gates and Mrs. J. M.
Douglas entertained Rev. Albright
and his father and mother and Mr.

and Mrs. J. H. Jacoby at the home
of J. M. Douglas last Saturday night.
The occasion was much enjoyed by all
present.

Little Virginia Douglas spent tne
day Tuesday with Mr. and Mrs. Ja

coby.

There was slight damage to tne
crops here by frost Monday night,
but the farmers hope to recover the
loss. It was rather a late date for

Jack Frost to visit us.

Mr. C. A. Reedy and family have
moved into Mr. Douglas cottage

here. They are from Tennessee.
Mr. D. D. Peek is rather under the
weather at this writing. We hope he
will regain his strength fast.
. Among those attending the Presby Presby-terv
terv Presby-terv at Eustis are Mr. and Mrs. J M.

Douglas, Mr. Straus and Mrs. Jacoby.
Mr. C. S. Gates reports that his
ruVe croD in Webster did not get hurt

bv the frost. He has a fine crop this

j-ear.
SUGAR SATURDAY AND MONDAY

12 pounds of sugar for one dollar,

with a dollar's worth of other groc

eries for cash, Saturday and Monday

only. Phone 377.
tf H. B. WHITTI NGTON.

Bertram Ibbetson & Co.,
Chartered Accountants
4
of Atlanta, Georgia,
Will open an office in the Commercial Bank Building
of Ocala, Florida, effective July 1st, 1921, for the
practice of Accounting, Systematizing, Income Tax
Consultation and Preparation of Returns.
.
ATLANTA OFFICE
250 PEACHTREE STREET

T

AND

ST

WHITE STAR -LINE

FIRE

PROOF'

Negotiable Storage Receipts leaved on Cotton, Automobile, Etc

LONG DISTANCE MOVING

JAOVX, PACK, SHIP
UVE STOCK,
PIANOS, BAGGAGE.
MACHINERY,
FURNITURE, ETC

Phone 298

, JACKSONVILLE, UD&IDA
la the hear of the rity with Hemming Park for a front yard.
Every modern convenience in each room. Dining room ervieo Is
second to nose

ROBERT RI. MEYER,
Manager.

J. E. KAVANAUGH
Proprietor.

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

Advertise



OCALA EVENING STAR, THURSDAY. APRIL 14, 1921

LACE SALE
CONTINUED

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"The Fashion Center"
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Cash and Carry Meat Market
CRAWFORD-PASTEUR, Pr'oj).,
Located in the CRESCENT GROCERY CO.'s Store
We handle all fed Beef, the very best Veal and
Pork Cheap. Pay for your meat and not your
neighbor's who does not pay for his.
FED FLORIDA STEERS

Round Steak .. 30c
Other Steaks 24c
Brisket Stew 17V2C
Hamburger .23c
FINE
Pork Chops 25c
Pork Stew t 20c
BEST OF
Veal Chops 38c
Veal Stews 20c

FIRST QUALITY WESTERN
Round Steak 40c Loin Steaks 40c
Good Roast ...... ...38 Good Stews 20c
We ask you for your patronage and
Thank You in advance.

: FLORIDA AND WESTERN

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and Prompt
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Dazira Face Powder is satisfying,
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Our Special Sale on Lace will be
continued through tomorrow. Values
form SO cents to $1.75 per yard, at

III
PER YARD

ANWS

Loin Steaks .
Good Roast .
Rib and Flank
Liver
30c
24c
15c
24c
PORK
Pork Hams 25c
Fork Livers 25c
VEAL
Veal Roast 33c
Veal Liver 25c
MEATS POULTRY, ETC.
Quality
Service
108
MARKET
The Wireless Signal
of Distress
If you are in Distress
don't fail to signal us
We are always on
the job
BLALOCK BROS.
VULCANIZING
Ocala House Klock
, PHONE 78
You will be more than delighted
when you try a box of our delicious
Log Cabin Candy, and our Martha
Washington Candy. THE VOGUE is
at your service. Phone 580 or 558 for
quick delivery of our QUALITY ICE
CREAM. 29-tf

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OCALA QGCURHEI CES

If you have any society items for
the Star, please call five-one.
New shipments of MILLINERY ar
riving daily at FISHEL'S. 3t
Mrs. T. E. Bridges has returned
from a visit of several weeks to
Miami.
There's no extra charge for clean cleaning
ing cleaning your fish at the City Fish Market.
Phone 158. tf
This is a Studebaker year.
tf
Ocala Chapter No. 29. O. E. S.,
will meet at 8:30 tonight at the
Masonic hall.
Assortment of pretty DRESS
FABRICS at FISHEL'S.
Our Bathing. Caps are pretty and
durable. All fresh stock. Gerig's
Drug Store. tf
Mrs. L. J. Knight has as her guest
for several days, Miss Elizabeth Dor Dor-sey
sey Dor-sey of Jacksonville.
1917 fivepassenger Buick, new top;
Al shape. $700. Spencer-Pedrick
Motor Company. 6-tf
Nobby Ready-to-WJar Hats just re received
ceived received at FISHEL'S.
Miss Lucille Gissendaner returned
to Tallahassee yesterday after a
pleasant visit to Gainesville and her
home here.
1918 seven-passenger Reo. Two
new cord tirs in rear, other tires
fair. Good top. In good repair. $400
for quick sale. Spencer-Pedrick Motor
Company. 8-tf
1917 Ford runabout, good tiras, Al
shape, $150. Spencer-Pedrick Motor
Company. 11-tf
Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Hitchings of
Ocala, are transacting business in De De-Land
Land De-Land and are registered while here at
the Putnam Inn. DeLand News.
.You can save by buying your MIL MILLINERY
LINERY MILLINERY at FISHEL'S. 3t
This is a Studebaker year.
tf
We delight in. showing our line of
pretty Dress Goods. FISHEL'S. 3t
There will be a meeting" of the hos hospital
pital hospital auxiliary tomorrow, Friday, at
i o'clock at the hospital. All women
wishing to join the auxiliary will
please attend the meeting. 1
If you smoke cigars why rot get
the best? Call for Garcia de Ora;
10 cents all dealers. -25-lm
RUN DLY thru APRIL thurs-fri-sai
"Your salvation, mothers." WON WON-DERHOSE
DERHOSE WON-DERHOSE for the ikds. Fishel's.
Mrs. C. C. Stephens, formerly of
Fellowship, who has been visiting
relatives in South Florida, is now the
guest of her grandson, Mr. E. C.
Rawls, and family in Jacksonville.
The New "WOLINEN" Striped
Skirting for Sport Skirts. Fishel's.
W. K. Lane, M. D., physician and
Rirgeon, specialist eye, ear, nose and
throat. Office over 5 and 10 cent store
Ocala, Fla. Adv. tf
One of our friends, a Mr. Smith of
Lacota, brought in one of the biggest,
finest silver-skin onions we ever saw
the other day. It would have made
a full meal for one man. Such onions,
either raw or cooked, have a delicious
flavor, and can be raised by the hun hundreds
dreds hundreds of thousands in Marion county.
Ladies SPORT HATS to go with
Summer Sweaters at FISHEL'S.
You can' always get fresh or salt
water fish, shrimp, etc., at the City
Fish Market on Fort King avenue.
Phone 158. tf
Mrs. T. W. Troxler has as her guest
for a month's visit, her sister, Mrs.
I. K. Crolla of Berkley, Calif. Mrs.
Crolla is well known in Ocala as
Miss Dixie Barber, Ocala having
been her former home. This is Mrs.
Crolla's first visit in twenty years
and her friends are giving her a cor cordial
dial cordial welcome.
WONDERHOSE is the most serv serviceable
iceable serviceable HOSE for Children. Get it
at FISHEL'S.
Geo. W. Wilson, an industrious col colored
ored colored farmer, living out Martel way,
handed the Star a nice bunch of
onions yesterday. George said that
only his cukes had suffered from ther
cold.
Children's Dresses all sacrificed be below
low below cost. FISHEL'S. 3t

The full effect of the cold snap of
last Tcesday morning is not known
yet, but it seems that while consid considerable
erable considerable darr.age hxs been done in this
section the farmers and truckers have
not been knocked out. The harm done
ranges from 50 per cent in the most
exposed places to nothing in the well
protected ones. Melons, beans, cukes
and tomatoes bore the brunt of the
damage.

t
Blue Serge Trousers, all-wool,, re reduced
duced reduced to $4.90 at FISHEL'S.
Keep the hands and face soft with
ILASOL. 50 cents the bottle at
Gerig's Drug Store.
Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Wilson and
family left yesterday for Fort McCoy,
their former home. They have been
occupying the Pearson home on Fort
King avenue, which they recently sold
to Mr. George Taylor. Ocala is sorry
to lose this estimable family and
hopes that they will decide to return
some time in the future and again
make their home here.
SOLO, Kid's all-leather PLAY
SHOES. Best and cheapest. Fishel's. J
The following librarians are regis
tered at the Ocala public library:
Carl Miltmore. Gainesville; Gertrude
E. Mann, DeLand; Serena C Bailey,
Palatka;Emma Moore Williams, St.
Petersburg; Grace E. Moore, Clear Clearwater;
water; Clearwater; Jos. F. Moorrow, Jacksonville;
Samuel S. Green, Bartow; Mrs. IL J.
Skirington, Winter Haven; Helen
Virginia Steele, Tampa; Miss Dod Dod-geon,
geon, Dod-geon, Tampa.
Wholesome fruit, and fresh vegeta vegetables
bles vegetables at a sanitary market. Quality
Fruit Store. Phone 218. It
Mrs. W. R. Bryce entertained the
Daughters of Wesley Bible class
Wednesday afternoon at her home on
Wenona street. There were about 25
ladies present and a splendid pro program
gram program was enjoyed, consbting of read readings
ings readings by Mrs. D. C. Thompson and
Mrs. Geo. T. Condrey and songs by
Mrs. Galloway acccompanied by Mrs.
Geo. I Taylor. Mrs. Halley, Mrs.
Huber, Mrs. Nixon and Mrs. Cook
were guests of the class. Late in the
afternoon .Mrs. Brice assisted by her
daughters, Misses Mary and Edna
Bryce, served sandwiches, deviled
eggs, Dickies, cakes and iced tea. The
ladies were invited to meet with Mrs.
Roger Dodd in May.
WOODMEN OF THE WORLD
Fort King Camp No. 14 meets at
K. of P. hall at 7:30 p. m. every sec second
ond second Friday evening at 8 o'clock. Visit Visiting
ing Visiting sovereigns are always welcome.
H. B. Baxter, C. C.
Chas. K. Sage. Clerk.
KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS
Ocala Lodge No. 19. Conventions
held every- Monday evening at 7:30
o'clock at the castle hall, over the G.
C. Greene Co. drugstore. A cordial
ve'eome to visiting brothers.
- Tom Proctor, C. C
Chas-. K. Sage, K. of R. & S
ODD FELLOWS
Tulula Lodge No. 22, I. O. O. F,
meets 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.
Frank G. Churchill, Secretary.
ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE
OF TRAINS IN OCALA
Seaboard Air Line
Arrive from Jacksonville.. 2:10 a.m.
Icave for Tampa 2:15a.m.
Arrive from Jacksonville.. 1:30p.m.
Leave for Tampa 1:55p.m.
Arrive from Jacksonville.. 3:51p.m.
jtave for Tampa 4:05 jum.
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.
rrive from Tampa. 4:16 p.m.
Leave for Jacksonville.... 4:17p.m.
Arrive from New York.... 1:34a.m.
Leave for St. Petersburg.. 1:37a.m.
Arrive from St. Petersburg 2:55 a. m
Leave for New York.' 3:00 a.m.
Atlantic Coast Line
Arrive from Jacksonville.. 2:31 turn.
weave for St. Petersburg.. 2:32 a. m.
Arrive from Jacksonville.. 3:34p.m.
! Leave for St. Petersburg.. 3:35p.m.
I Arrive from Jacksonville.. 10:12 p. m.
j Leave for Leesburg 10:13 p. n.
'Arrive from St. Petersburg 2:26a.m.
J eave for Jacksonville.... 2:27 a.m.
j Arrive from St. Petersburg 1 :25 p. m.
; Leave for Jacksonville .... 1 :45 p. m.
Arrive from Leesburg. ...r 6:41 a. m.
Leave for Jacksonville.... 6:42a.m.
Arrive from Homosassa... 1.25 p. m.
j Leave for Homosassa 3:25 p. m.
! Arrive from Gainesville,
daily except Sunday.... 11 :50a.m.
. Leave for Gainesville, daily
except Sunday 4:45 p m.
Leave for Lakeland Tues
day, Thursday. Saturday 7:25 a.m.
Ar. from Lakeland, Tues Tues-;
; Tues-; day, Thursday, Saturday 11 n3 p. m.
, Leave for Wilcox. Monday,
Wednesday and Friday.. 7:10a.m.
Arrive from Wilcox, Hon-
day. Wednesday. Friday. 6:45 p.m.

We Solicit
Your

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
preprred for cleaning ladies'
Jresses, silks, satins, crepes
and fancy woolens. All the
latest methods are used in in-eluding
eluding in-eluding the French Dry
Cleaning piocess.
All orders receive prompt
attentionand goods are call called
ed called for and delivered in any
)srt of the city. All work
guan-nteeil satisfactory.
This department is under
the personal supervisio'" of
Mr. F. V." 3ruderick.
Out of town orders solicit solicited.
ed. solicited. We pay return parcel
post on all work.
Walkley &Barnett
Phone 74
j tVEEDHAM MOTOR CO.
General Auto Repairing
and Storage
Gasoline, Oils and Grease
USED CARS vOR SALE
Cars Washed .-.$1.00
Cars Polished .50
Oklawaha Ave. &. Orange St
Fiionc 252
OOK'S
MARKET
and
GROCERY
FINEST
Florida and
Western Meats
FANCY
GROCERIES
A Complete Stock
PHONE243
5
L'T.IZLAR!
Fire
Insurance
!
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Ocala, Florida
Geo. MacKay S Co
Funeral Directors"
and Emijalmers
Two Licensed Embalmers
Motor Funeral Cars
Private Morgue' and Chapel
Day Phone 47
Night Phone SIS
G. B. Overton, Manager
a
8
n Is Ocala Ex Ex-lJ
lJ Ex-lJ I press Service
l Telephone

43

UNCLASSIFIED
ADVERTISEMENTS

WANTED. LOST, FOUND, F02
SALE. FOR RENT AND SIM SIMILAR
ILAR SIMILAR LOCAL NEEDS
Rates: Six line, maximum, one tine,
25c; three times. 50c; six times, 75c;
one month. S3. Payable in advance.
FOR SALE Tomato plants, 15 cents
per 100; 100,000 improved Porto
Rico sweet potato slips ready to
plant now, $lZv per 1000. Send
orders to C. Y. Miller, 124 South
Tenth St, Ocala, Fla. 15-tf

FOR SALE Genuine Porto Rko
plants, 8 to 12 in. long, government
inspected; no weavels or disease.
Guaranteed immediate delivery.
$1.75 per thousand, express collect.
Write for prices on vines. C Hw Hw-Cooner.
Cooner. Hw-Cooner. 746 Wyominia St, Ocala,
Fla. Phone 3S9. 30-tf

FOR SALE A piano cheap' for cajli.
Phone 568 after 6 p.m. 2-it
WANTED Position as stenographer.
For further information call phone
245. 9-3t
LOST Liver and white bird dog with
two puppies of same color. Lost
around Gary hammock southwest
of city. Reward for their return to
O'Neal & Holly Garage. ,.ll-6t
WANTED Somebody to clear land
near.Burbank by contract. Commu Communicate
nicate Communicate with Carle Wolfe, box 555,
Daytona. Beach, Fla. 12-t
WANTED A thoroughly competent
competent lady stenographer wants
position where ability to properly
punctuate and construct correspon correspon-u
u correspon-u :nce t ill be appreciated. Apply
to "Competent" care Star. 14-6t
APARTMENTS FOR RENT Ad Address
dress Address A" care Star. Four rooms
with private bath, $25 per month. 3t
WANTED To rent, four or five-'
room house in a good location, close
in. Address, "House, C Star. 6t
FOR SALE Several pieces of furni furniture;
ture; furniture; also garden tools. Apply to
Mrs. William Wolff. No. 216 Watula
street. 14-3t
WANTED To rent a small house
with modern conveniences or apart apartment
ment apartment with private bath. Address,
P. O. Box 269. 14-3t
NOTICE
Notice is hereby given that the city
council of the city of OcalaFlorida,
will at its meeting on May 3rd. 192L
,at 8 p. m., in the city hall of said city.
receive bias lor tha following ma machinery
chinery machinery installed: A not process water
softener of 3200 gallons per hour ca capacity,
pacity, capacity, complete with heater .section,
sedimentation tank, chemical solution
tank, chemical pumps, proportioner
and sand filter. Address bids to City
Clerk, Ocala, Florida. The right to
reject any and all bids is reserved.
D. E. McIVER,
President of City CounciL
3-31-5t-thurs
Arrival and departure of rt&ssen?!
trains at ULALA UNION STATION.
The following schedule figures pub
lished as information and not guar guaranteed.
anteed. guaranteed. (Eastern Standard Time)
SEABOARD AIR LINE RAILROAD
Leave Arrive
2:20 am Jacksonville-NYork 2:10 am
1:55 pm Jacksonville 1:50 pra
4:17 pm Jacksonville 3:50 pra
2:15 am Tampa-
Manatee-St Petrsbrg 4:05 pm
2:55 am NTork-St. Petrsbrg l:25i"i
2:15 am Tampa 2:15 ala
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 2:23 am
1:45 pm Jksonville-Gainsville 3:24 pm
6:42 am Jksonville-Gansville 10:13 pm
2:33 am St-Petebrg-Lakeland 2:27 am
3:24 pm St-Petsbrg-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.
OCALA LODGE No. 286. B. P. O. H
Ocala Lodge No. 286. Benevolent
ard Protective Order of Elks, meets
the second and fourth Tuesday ere ere-rirgs
rirgs ere-rirgs of each0month. Visiting breth breth-icn
icn breth-icn always welcome. Lodge rooms
vpstairs over Troxlers and the Book
;hop, 113 Main street.
C Y. Miller. E. EL
MARION-DUNN 3IASONIC LODGE
Marion-Dunn Lodge No. 19, P. & A.
Jl., meets on the first and third
harsday evenings of each month at
7:t0 o'clock until further notice.
J. R. Dey, W. M.
B. L. Adams. Secretary.
ROYAL ARCH MASONS

RAILROAD SCHEDULES

Regular conventions of the Ocala'
Chapter No. 13. R. A. M-, on the fourth
Friday in every month at 8 p. ra. J
H. S. Wesson. IL P.

B. L. Adams, Secretary. f

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