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The Ocala evening star
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OCALA

EVEN

NO

TEMPERATURES
This morning, 68 degrees.
This afternoon, 84 degrees.
WEATHE2 FOUECAST
Generally cloudy tonight and Sun Sunday,
day, Sunday, probably showers in north and
central portions; cooler in northwest
portion tonight and Sunday.
VOL. 27
OCALA, FLORIDA. SATURDAY, APRIL 16, 1921
NO. 90

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TRIG TO HEAD
OFF SALES TAX

Republican House Floor Leader
Against that Method of
Raising Revenue
is
(Associated Press)
Washington, April 16. Voicing op opposition
position opposition to a sales tax. Republican
Leader Mondell of the House predict predicted
ed predicted today that no law taxing sales
would be enacted at this session of
Congress.
VACANCIES FILLED
Three vacancies on the railroad la labor
bor labor board were filled today by Presi President
dent President Harding by the nomination of
Walter McMenimen, Massachusetts,
deputy president of the Brotherhood
of Railway Trainmen to represent the
labor group; Samuel Higgins, of New
York, former general manager of the
New Haven railroad, to represent the
management group, and Ben W.
Hooper, former governor, to represent
the public group.
NOMINATIONS CONFIRMED
The nomination of George Harvey
to be ambassador to Great Britain,
and Myron T. Herrick, ambassador
to France, were confirmed today by
the Senate.
AGAINST THE IMPROVEMENT
Improvement ef St. Marks river,
Fla., is inadvisable, the speaker of
the House was informed today by the
army engineering corps, which sur-
vexed the project.
OLD MAN GOMPERS
FOUND AN AFFINITY
Tied Up With a 38-Year-Old Widow
Today
Associated Press)
New York, April 16. Samuel
Gompers, president of the American
Federation of Labor, and Mrs. Ger
trade Neuscheler, of this city, ob
tained a marriage license this morn
ing. They are to be married later to
day by Supreme Court Justice Wag
ner, the license showed. Gompers
announced his engagement last night.
He is 71 and his bride, 38.
Later: The ceremony was perform
ed shortly after noon.
IN HONOR OF MRS. BIRDSEY
At the home of Mr. D. W. Davis,
Miss Mary Piatt entertained Friday
evening in honor of Mrs. Albert
Birdsey of Savananh. There were two
table sof players. A most interesting
game of auction was played during
the evening, at the conclusion of
which it was found that Mrs. Wheeler
held the highest score and the fortu fortunate
nate fortunate winner of an attractive prize.
Miss Piatt also presented the guest of
honor with a lovely remembrance of
the occasion. Refreshments consist consisting
ing consisting of Neapolitan whip and cake were
served by the hostess. The two tables
of players were girlhood friends of
the guest of honor and they were de delighted
lighted delighted to have this occasion of
spending a very pleasant evening
with their hostess and honoree. The
following were the guests of the eve evening:
ning: evening: Mrs. Albert Birdsey, Mrs. E. T.
Helvenston, Mrs. E. J. Crook, Mrs.
Effie Welsh Wheeler, Mrs. Annie Van
Deman, Miss Meta Jewett and Miss
Louise Gamsby.
WRECK ON SOUTHERN RY.
Hattiesburg, Miss., April 16. Sev Several
eral Several persons were injured, but none
seriously, when the Cincinnati and
New Orleans limited, on the South Southern
ern Southern Railway, ran into a washout near
here today.
BILL'S BILL
Phillips in His Legislation
Eye to the Future
Has an
(Worthington in Tampa Times)
Tallahassee, April 15. Bill Phillips
of Columbia county, has introduced -a
constitutional amendment calling for
a reapportionment in which he very
greatly changes the present appor
tionment of members and the appor apportionment
tionment apportionment proposed by the committee!
bill now -before the House as the re result
sult result of the work of the joint commit-:
tees from House and Senate.
Phillips' proposition is introduced
with an eye to the future, he says. It
looks far ahead to what he conceives
the population will be. Instead of
100 members of the legislature, as the
present constitution contemplates, 32
senators and 68 representatives, tho
the number of representatives has
been increased to 77 by adding new
counties, he would have 141 members
with 43 senators and 98 members of
the House. Dade, Duval, Hillsborough
and Escambia counties are each giv given
en given three members of the House.

This is a Studebaker year.

1'IOOST STORM OF
THE UTER

Smothered Rocky Mountain Region in
Snow and. Swept Far Down
Into the South
(Associated Press j
Denver, April 16. The Rocky
Mountain region today is slowly re recovering
covering recovering from the effects of the
worst storm of the winter which yes yesterday
terday yesterday covered the district with snow
from 11 to 14 inches deep, blockaded
railroads and paralyzed wire commu communication.
nication. communication. DALLAS SUFFERED HEAVILY
Dallas, April 16. At least seven
lives were lost in northeast Texas
yesterday in the tornado which swept
over that section.
OVER FIFTY DEAD IN ARKANSAS
Little Rock, April 16. A rapidly
mounting death list that may exceed
fifty, dozens of persons injured and
property damage yet unestimated are
the results of the tornado that cut
a wide patch across parts of Miller
and Hemsted counties, Arkansas, and
Cass county, Texas, late yesterday.
Reports being received here aug
mented rather than diminished the
extent of the damage and on account
of paralyzed wire communication of
ficials believed it would be several
days before the full extent of de
struction is definitely known.
Apparently the heaviest loss of life
and property is in Arkansas counties.
In the rural sections of upper Miller
county, near Texarkana, eleven per
sons are known to be dead with many
injured. Near Hope, in Hempstead
county, press dispatches reported
from 15 to 20 killed. Dispatches from
Cass county, Texas, reported the
number of fatalities undetermined.
IT HIT OKLAHOMA
Carnegie, Okla., April 16 A heavy
wind storm over a strip two miles
wide and eight miles long west of
here last night wrecked homes and
bams on fifteen farms with damage
estimated at $75,000. No fatalities
were reported.
MADE ITSELF FELT ALSO IN
MISSISSIPPI
Hattiesburg, Miss., April 16. One
woman was killed and at least a doz dozen
en dozen persons injured in a tornado which
struck Sontag, near here, today. Ten
houses were wrecked.
TORNADO VISITED TENNESSEE
Newport, Tenn., April 16. A tor tornado
nado tornado from the southwest did extens extensive
ive extensive damage to buildings here at nine
o'clock this morning.
GOVERNOR HARDEE CAN'T
HELP THE DELINQUENTS
Defuniak, April 15. Gov. Hardee,
in a letter to J. J. Ward, of Bruce,
near here, states he is without au
thority to extend the time for the
closing of tax books after April 1.
"The matter has been under discus
sion by the comptroller and myself,''
the governor wrote, "and I am forced
to advise that neither of us have any
authority to extend the time."
The executive had been requested
to keep the books open to allow citi citizens
zens citizens more time in meeting their as assessments.
sessments. assessments. H. D. THOMPSON
A wire was received this afternoon
by MacKay & Company, announcing
the death of Mr. H. D. Thompson in
Savannah this morning. Mr. Thomp Thompson's
son's Thompson's remains will be shipped from
Savannah late this afternoon and will
arrive here either tomorrow morning
or afternoon.
COOLER NEXT WEEK
(Associated Press)
Washington, April 16. Much cool cooler
er cooler weather at the beginning of the
week, normal temperatures thereaf thereafter
ter thereafter and generally fair, is the forecast
for Florida for the week beginning
Sunday.
MOTOR BUS POPULAR
MEANS OF TRAVEL
Fort Myers, April 15. Transporta
tion by automobile, motor bus or boat
from this place to West Palm Beach
is meeting with the favor of resi residents
dents residents and tourists and regular sched
ules between the two places now-are
being maintained. Automobiles leave
here at 6 a. m. an darrive at West
Palm Beach at 8 p. m. Should the
traveler desire to continue to Miami
that city can be reached by 11 o'clock.
The motor bus trip requires two days
with an overnight stop either at
Moore Haven or Okeechobee City.
W. K. Lane, M. D., physician and
surgeon, specialist eye, ear, nose and
fiiroat. OfSce over 5 and 10 cent store
Ocala, Fla, Adv. tf

DENTISTRY OF

THE DIAMOND
Cavity in the Ocala Baseball Team's
Infield has been Scientif Scientifically
ically Scientifically Filled
The cavity in the infield i3 filled.
Manager Goldman acting as dental
surgeon for the team, ably assisted
by Shorty Davidson of the American
Cafe; has at last filled all the holes
in the infield. Ocala has a line-up
now that we won't be ashamed to put
up against any team in our class or I
even a little above our class. In addi
tion to having every position satis
factorily filled with first string men.
.. A 1
we have several men on the team who j
can play several positions. Take no notice
tice notice of how the boys can substitute
for each other. There is a great ad- j
vantage in this because sometimes a
man will be sick or unable to play forj
some reason. Then with a shift orj
two we still have a pretty good team i
although not so strong as the regu-1
lar men in their regular positions, t
Here they are: Catchers: Leavengood, j
Dinkins, Wood, Gale, Brooks. Pitch Pitch-ers:
ers: Pitch-ers: Homer Luffman, Clements. (Wej
are still looking for one more pitcher j
and have several in view but have not i
signed any yet). First basemen:)
Strickland, Dinkins, Brooks. Second j
basemen: Wood, Brooks. Shortstop:
Jackson, Wood. Third basemen:
Fred Luffman, Leavengood, Dinkins.
Outfields: Wood. Liddell, Harris,:
Clements, Dinkins, H5rner Luffman,
Gale, Brooks.
Two of our pitchers, our regular;
stand-bys, Clements and Luffman,
can both hit well and will likely be
bucket in, the field but is not hitting
don't pitch. Dinkins is hitting well.
Liddell is fast on his feet and a tar tar-bucket
bucket tar-bucket in the field but it not hitting
much up to date. It appears now that
the team is pretty well balanced and!
with some practice together will make j
a winning aggregation for the home!
town this year.
Leavengood and Dinkins are both
good catchers. Wood and Gale have
both caught a great deal and are re reputed
puted reputed to be good behind the bat.
Wood caught for Gainesville for sev several
eral several years. Brooks catches a pretty
good game and works especially well
with Homer Luffman, the Sparr
southpaw who, keeps them all guess guessing
ing guessing with what they call his "prayer."
Say what you will about Homer hav having
ing having nothing but a prayer, I'll say he
must be a consecrated Christian if
his prayers are always answered as
well as f hey are in baseball. What
Homes has in addition to his curves
is control and a real baseball head.
Homer has in addition to his curves
pitches to and knows just what not to
give each man. Then that control of
his comes into play. Did you ever see
Ed Topplewine shoot a Winchester
rifle? Well, he hasn't anything on
Homer for control. Ed can draw an
Indian head on a piece of tin with .22
caliber bullets, but Homer can drive
shingle nails with a baseball at the
regulation distance. Boy's how's that
for a good one? If you don't believe
its so, ask Homer. He will tell you
all about it.
Clements is still almost an experi
ment with us. We begin to think he
has the goods, though. Every catcher
who has warmed him up or caught
him says he has everything in the
world he needs except a little more
control. He can get that with prac practice.
tice. practice. He doesn't keep the runner
quite close enough to first base, either.
By the way, speaking of first base,
did you see Strickland out there this
week Then there's not much use of
my trying to tell you about him. Did
you see how he could pick a ball up
off the ground and not even bat an
eyelid? Well, how about the way he
stabbed them out of the pure ether,
way up there where the oxygen is
rare and thin? That boy is as active
as a cat after a butterfly. He says
he can catch all this bunch down
here bare-handed. He yells at them
to turn the ball loose and then when
they almost throw their arms off at
him he will catch it with his bare
hand and laugh at them. Pep? He is
full of it. His middle name is Cay Cayenne.
enne. Cayenne. Harry Wood ,captain of the team,
is going to play second base from now
on. He is good anywhere you put
him. The boy is in the game from
start to finish. He backs up every
position within reach. When it comes
to being in eevry play. Wood is try
ing to make a record of that kind for
himself. Fred Luffman is not yet in
his regular form. He made several
errors the other day but we have
faith in the boy's playing. We are not
looking for another third baseman.
All applicants for that position may
save their breath. Fred is good at
that position and all he needs now is
a little practice. He already has his
batting eye but is just a little slow in
bending over for the grounders. I
have an idea that Fred is afflicted

AT A A

Against the Extravagant Proposition
to Add $230,000 in Expense to the
State to the Capitol Building
(Special to the Star)
Tallaahssee, April 16. The Senate
and House appropriation committees
held a joint meeting in the governor's
office last night and passed favorably
on a $250,000 appropriation' to en enlarge
large enlarge the capitol building, on the rec recommendation
ommendation recommendation of the governor. Repre Representative
sentative Representative Mayo of Marion and three
others voted no.
GOING AFTER PINE'S GOAT
( Associated Pr ? s )
Miami, April 15. Petitions
asking
removal from office of Fred Pine,
Dade county solicitor, are being for forwarded
warded forwarded to Governor Hardee and are
supported by affidavits charging neg neglect
lect neglect of duty in prosecuting cases in involving
volving involving the prohibition laws and other
statutes.
MANY BUILDINGS DESTROYED
AT RANDOLPH. MASS.
( Aissooiated Press)
Randolph, Mass., April 15. A se series
ries series of explosions destroyed twelve
buildings of the United States Fire Fireworks
works Fireworks Company here today and caus caused
ed caused other heavy property damage. No
loss of life has been reported. The
force of the explosion was felt six
mile saway. A man asleep in his
home a mile and a half from the
scene was hurled from his bed.
WANTED Young woman companion
for young married woman in coun county.
ty. county. Address "L. F." care the Star
office. 16-lt
with the same disease that is about
to get me and that the sooner he has
an architect remodel his frame and
take off his bay window, the .sooner
he will be back in his old form. Any Anyway,
way, Anyway, we consider the third sack well
take ncare of even in Fred's present
form and we know that he will stead steadily
ily steadily improve as the season advances.
Jackson of High Springs, wired
Jake this morning and told him he
was ready to come to Ocala any day
we wanted him. Jake wired "Come at
once." Jackson is the boy I have told
you about that was trying out for
Lakeland. He is very fast and sure
at short. His weakest point is in hit hitting.
ting. hitting. That keeps him off the league
teams, although it is whispered that
this year he outfielded and outhit the
man who was trying out against him,
but the other fellow was a special
friend of the management of the
Lakeland team. However that may
be, Jackson is'the fastest thing in the
shape of a shortstop that ever played
on this diamond, and Jake feels elat elated
ed elated in securing his services for our
team.
The outfield is being picked for its
hitting this year. We have not yet
been up against any real good pitch pitchers
ers pitchers to try the boys out but Clements,
Dinkins and Brooks have done the
best hitting so far. Gale is improv improving
ing improving and in view of the fact that he
has only been out to two or three
practices it may develop that he is a
good hitter. The folks down around
Belleview say that he is a sure hitter.
Liddell hasn't connected' much yet.
Jimmie swings too hard. He has a
spite against the ball and wants to
lose it. Coaching will pull Jimmie
out of that.
Speaking of coaching, Jackson will
be all full of new dope for the -team.
Business is going to pick up at prac practice
tice practice and the games next week. The
Cuban All-Stars are going to walk
into a team ready for them and the
fur is going to fly worse than it does
on the backyard fence at midnight.
The fans here who have seen the
Cuban All-Stars play think that we
will be entirely outclassed. The boys
on the team and Jake believe that
they can lick them. One thing is cer certain,
tain, certain, the All-Stars have a real team
and it is going to be a good exhibi exhibition
tion exhibition of the national sport. Ocala is
going to win. Jake says so.
Come out and make the gate re receipts
ceipts receipts swell to enormous proportions.
That's what the team needs- You
will get your money's worth. It's
going to be a good game and you will
see some professional stuff pulled off
by that Cuban bunch.
There's just one more little thing
I want to talk about now. You think
I have forgotten it, but you lose. How
can Jake run this team without mon money?
ey? money? You all know B. Goldman's busi business
ness business slogan of "Why Pay More?"
Jake isn't a chip off the old block.
Jake has a different slogan alto altogether.
gether. altogether. Jake says "loosen up" and
"jar loose." Why not follow Jake's
advice and send C. K. Sage a check?
Remember that Jake Goldman and
not his father is manager of Florida's
best amateur ball team. Forget "Wh
Pay More" and remember to "loosen
up." L. T. L

ENGLISH STRIKE
BROKEN UP

Labor Journal Says It was the Most
Heavy Defeat that Unions
Have Yet Known
London, April 15. Labor forces in
the United Kingdom today apparent apparently
ly apparently are broken into sections as a result
of the refusal of transport workers
and railway men yesterday to con continue
tinue continue their support of the strike call called
ed called by the miners' federation, April
1st. The Laborite Herald begins an
editorial with. "Yesterday was the
heaviest defeat that has befallen labor
within the memory of man."
DISREGARD UNLUCKY DAY
The conference between delegates
of the miners federation and repre representatives
sentatives representatives from all the coal districts
in Great Britain, at which the coal
strike situation will be considered,
was fixed today for next Friday.
MEETING OF THE PARENT PARENT-TEACHERS
TEACHERS PARENT-TEACHERS ASSOCIATION
Glowing in strength and interest,
the Parent-Teachers Association met
at the high school building Thursday
afternoon. The program was as fol follows:
lows: follows: Music by the Mandolin Club.
A group of songs by the North
Ocala school.
"The Moral Education of the
Child" was the subject of a splendid
talk by Prof. Heiisley.
He said that as mental training
consisted in drawing out and cultivat cultivating,
ing, cultivating, the forces given the child at
birth, so it was with the moral nature,
caapble of an equal development. The
basic principle was to teach the child
to distinguish between right and
wrong. At hool this training was
classed as deportment, which em embraces
braces embraces both morals and manners. The
school is not always regarded as a
teacher of this part of the child's
make up, but it is a necessary feature
of the school training. With the co cooperation
operation cooperation of th.i heme and the Sun Sunday
day Sunday school, it becomes a very potent
agency in upbuilding chaiacter. Thera
are always some children who steai,
lie or cheat on examinations. Gen Generally
erally Generally the conduct of the child de denotes
notes denotes the hoine atmosphere that he
enjoys, but sometimes children go
wild when put with other children,
even though they may have had good
home influences. In some children
there is an under current of rebel rebellion,
lion, rebellion, a desire to do anything to get
ahead of the teacher. To discipline the
p.'nil is the most unpleasant part of
the teacher's work. Though guilty
of many types of wrongdoing, there
is a code of honor among children
which is rarely broken except for
two reasons. One student sometimes
"tells on" his fellow to "get even"
with him, or because the deed com committed
mitted committed is so outrageous that he be becomes
comes becomes righteously indignant at the
act. Otherwise a "tat the tale" is
looked upon with scorn.
In the moral training of the child,
the character and example of the
teacher plays an important part. He
should live and practice the things in
which he believes. He should be fair
and just, with no favoritism, his de decisions
cisions decisions always based on what is right
and wrong. In all schools some form
of ethical training should be a part
of the daily study.
The aid of the parent should be
given in arranging periods for study
and recreation at home, in endorsing
and standing back of the school, al always
ways always giving the school the right of
way in the daily life. The teacher
works for the most part by faith, and
not by sight, starting an endless
chain of influences, effective on the
companions as well as on the child
himself, and on future generations, on
and on forever.
Mrs. Osborne, the president, then
introduced Mrs. W. T. Gary, stating
that it had been a request of the W.
C. T. U. that she speak on "Sunday
Observance." Mrs. Gary began by
saying that the opponents of Sunday
legislation offered the objection that
it interferes with one's personal lib liberty
erty liberty to pass Sunday laws. The pro promoters
moters promoters of this propaganda were gen generally
erally generally men who wished to make mon money
ey money out of amusement houses. She
wished to treat her subject under
three heads in its relation to the
church, the home, and the state, or as
the W. C. T. U. expresseT it, "For
God and Home and Native Land."
That we should rest on one day out
of seven has been a law of God since
the creation of the world. And fol following
lowing following the example of Christ we
should hold the day as one for wor worship.
ship. worship. For the physical perfection of the
human body, one day of rest out of
seven is required. In French history
we find that an attempt was made to
limit the day of Test to one in ten,

POT IT AIM III
THE PIGEOIILE

Attempt by Members of the Legisla Legislature
ture Legislature to Investigate the Catts
Administration
(Associated Press)
Tallahassee, April 16. The Senate
concurrent resolution authorizing an
investigation of humors in connection
with the official acts of former Gover Governor
nor Governor Catts was referred by the House
today to the judiciary committee, on
motion of Representative Harris of
Pinellas.
The committee consists of Stuart
Williams, Leon; Hale, Wade, Koonce.
Scofield, Bishop and Bailey of Colum
bia. It had been suggested in debate
that the resolution include all mem
bers of the pardon board.. Also an
amendment "was offered to refer the
matter to the grand juries, but this!
was withdrawn when Mr. Harris mov.
ed that it be referred to the judiciary
committee.
HODGES IN AGAIN
Capt. T. R. Hodges was today ap
pointed shell fish commissioner.
LABOR PREPARING TO
CONFER WITH CAPITAL
Chicago, April 16. Union heads of
thirteen railroad employes organiza
tions were summoned into conference
tomorrow with B. M. Jewell, of the
employees department of the Ameri
can Federation of Labor, to outline
labor's plan for rules conferences with
railroad managements all over the
country.
but was abandoned as an utter fail failure.
ure. failure. As Americans, our forefathers hav having
ing having made the observance of Sunday
as part of our national life, to be true
to one's country's ideals, we should
observe Sunday keeping. Americani Americanization
zation Americanization is the watchword of the home
and that our country may keep the
position lately won as the fortmost
nation of our day and as an example
to the world, we must obey God's
laws relative to the Sabbath. Quot Quoting
ing Quoting Dr. Collins, she said that unless
we found ourselves better on Monday
for what we had done on Sunday
then we might know that we had
spent the day improperly.
Mrs. L. N. Green reported that 443
books had been given to the primary
school for supplementary reading.
The first and third grades had receiv received
ed received the two prizes for bringing in the
most books. These rewards were
books bought with money made at
candy sales, netting $6.25. The sev seventh
enth seventh grade had also made $15.61 at
candy sales, which had been spent for
three beautiful pictures for their
room.
Mrs. Todd and Mrs. Wesson had
raised $65 toward buying a piano for
their grade. Mrs. Green also spoke
of the completion of the furnishing of
a rest room at the high school and
invited all present to visit this room
before leaving.
Upon a count of the parents pres present
ent present it was found that the first grade
secured the Corot picture for the com
ing month, having received 17 votes,
the second grade 11 votes and the
third grade 16 votes, the three high'
est counts made.
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BUSINESS SLOWLY
OEniHG DETTER

President White of the Travel ere
Protective Association, Reports
Steady Improvement
(Associated Press)
Milwaukee, April 16. -- Business
throughout the country is experienc experiencing
ing experiencing a gradual but wholesome revival,
according to President White, of the
Travelers' Protective Association, to today
day today at the annual convention of the
Wisconsin division of the association.
Mr. Wnite said he based his view on
reports received from presidents of
36 state branches.
ROBART-GALIPEAU
In Judge Futch's office, the iude-e
officiating, the other day. Miss Louise
GaJipeau was married to Mr. G. R.
Robart. The young couple are both
of this city, Mr. Robart holding a po
sition with the A. C. L. The Star
joins their friends in good wishes.
HONOR ROLL
The following is the honor roll of
the Ocala high school for the gram grammar
mar grammar grades at the close of the seventh
month:
Fourth Grade: Paul Theus, William
Edwards, Elizabeth Dickson, Clyde
Pedrick, Frances Ballard.
Fifth Grade: Jim Cox, Herbert
Jones, Edward Helvenston. Lillian
Leak, Leon Goldman, Dasibel Clem Clement,
ent, Clement, Dorothy Cappleman, Donald Wil
son.
Sixth Grade: Noelwah Blankenship,
Dora Burnett, Carlos Clayton, Anita
Chazal, Bonner Clark, Frank Ditto,
LucQe Home, Willie Huekaby, Harry
McDavid, Harry Shepard, Lanas
Troxler, Jack Peardon, 'Edward
Brown, William Howell. Catherine
Billings, Lucre tia Hocker, Amy Long,
Mamie Sue Spencer, Anna Priest,
Martha Preer, Rabette Peyser, Eve
lyn Wagner.
Seventh Grade: H. M. Baxter, Lou Louise
ise Louise Clement, James Hardee, Frank
Curry, Myra Baxter, George Jordan.
Eighth Grade: Clara Hoganr Ruth
Lawrence, Pauline Shafer, Pearl Wil Wilson,
son, Wilson, Louis Knight. Emily Billings,
Theresa Condrey, Louie Smoak, Will-
ma Shepard, Alma Townsend, Ruth
Collins, Robert Simmons.
THE OLD FAMILY ALBUM
There is a sentiment surrounding
the old family album that grows
stronger and more appealing with
time.
. As we reverently turn the pages
and scan the features of those who
were, and many who are still dear
to us, a sense of gratification steals
over us that our family picture re record
cord record is so complete. But should there
be a fond face missing a blank space
denoting a broken chain, how we
wish that we could reach back and
supply it.
, Do your part now to that in years
to come your family album may bring
comfort to you.
EUGENE A. REVELS,
High grade portraits in sepia-water
color, copying and enlarging. Over
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Ocala. Fla. 16-2t
first Evcrsharp sentence
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OCALA EVEMN6 Sf Aft, SATURDAY, APRIL 16. 1921

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Legal advertisements it legal rates

Louis A. Bize, a prominent Rotarian
of Tampa, has been elected president

of the Florida Bankers' Association

A- returned soldier from France
says there is one good thing alout
highschool French. You can read
with it, if you can't talk with it.

Our esteemed contemporary, the
Banner, is publishing a series of
boost editions for Marion county. Its
well edited and skillfully printed
papers are good advertisements for
both city and county wherever they
go.

capitol. Nor have we any ill worlds MEETING OF THE OPEN
for Tallahassee. It is a fine little town RANGE ASSOCIATION
with many excellent people in it. Our
complaint is that it is too far to one The Marion County Open Range
side for the convenience of the rest Association held an enthusiastic
of the state. meeting Saturday, April &th, at 2 p.
m., at the courthouse. Good reports

The legislature is talking about Were brought in from all parts of the

investigating Catts. If it starts m county.

on anything of the sort, it should The body manifested a desire to

make a thorough job of it, and it show its appreciation of the constant
should not start unless it has good and earnest stand taken by Editor
evidence back of the investigation. If Benjamin of the Ocala Star in be

half that has been charged against half 0f the people, so the publicity

Catts can be proven, it would send committee was instructed to write
him to the pen for the balance of his resolutions to that effect, to-wit:
days. On the other hand, if the in- "Whereas, The Ocala Star has been
vestigation fails to make out its case, fearless and outspoken in its advocacy

Catts will claim he is vindicated. 0f the interests of the people in the

There are many things Catts did out matter of the recent agitation to

of ignorance and contempt for the fence the cattle ranges: and,

popular sense of what wa3 right that "Whereas, This resolution is un un-were
were un-were not crimes. It was of course a sought by and the intention to write

crime against the Almighty to tell so it unknown to Editor Benjamin;

many lies, but he is not amenable to "Resolved, First. That we com-

the state unless he told them in court mend him for being 'plumb sot' in his

or in some way that injured the state championship of a large proportion

in legal proceedings. We have heard 0f the citizens of Florida in this mat mat-it
it mat-it said that not a thin sheet of paper ter.
but the lack of one was all that stood "Second. That we thank him tor
between him and impeachment at one his advice in a paragraph in the April

time. The people of Florida elected 8th issue of the Ocala Star, in
Catts, and all he did to them was which paragraph he at once advised
nothing but what was coming to the open range men to 'organize to
them. During the four years he was uphold the law,' and at the same time

in office, he earned the ill-will and called attention to the fact that some
contempt of everybody in the state newspapers in the state 'eagerly

except a Tew of those who didn t see seize upon every outrage committed
enough of him to realize what he was. by a few to denounce the many.'

We have heard men he put in office "Third. That we deplore the fact

declare he wasn't fit tov be governor, that there is ever any such depreda-

and we have a pretty fair assurance tion as fence cutting, or the like, and

that they voted against him in the as an association denounce any such,

primary. The legislature, if it has and as individual citizens do and
plenty of real evidence, and is willing have always condemned any such
to hire at least two of the best law- crimes.
yers in Florida to help the investiga- "Fourth. Those who have suffered
tion, has reason to, go ahead. It from such depredations, we point to
would certainly be a good object les- the courts of justice and urge that

son, and one that would put Florida they can find redress there, and pvow
in the front rank, if she brought to that as law-abiding citizens we shall
the bar ah erroneous ex-governor and co-operate that they may find re remade
made remade him atone for breaking the laws dress in the courts of the land,
of his state. "Fifth. That we point out that the

remedy is in the courts rather than

BUILDING UP BUSINESS

The Star can recall no man who has
built up a business faster (and few as
fast) in the same length of time since
coming to Ocala as Philip G. .Mur .Murphy,
phy, .Murphy, whose big garage on Iwrth
Main street is a home for healthy and
a hospital for crippled autos. Mr.
Murphy's garage at present has
more floor space than any other in
the city. In the wide-gated and spa spacious
cious spacious stable for gas-eating steeds are
always at least forty or fifty cars,
more at night, as several business
firms put their autos up there when
they are not in use. His repair shop

is manned by competent mechanics,
who have a fully equipped stock room
to draw upon. Mr. Murphy makes lots

of friends, both from a business and

social standpoint, and as he never
goes back on a promise for anything

less than an earthquake the friends

he makes are the friends he keeps.
Situated right at the gateway of the
business center of the growing town
his establishment is bound to grow

in proportion, and we hope he will

do so well that he will never think of

leaving us.

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Is Ocala Ex Express
press Express Service
Telephone

We should remember that Achilles
was hardboiled all over except one
little place in one hindfoot, and it
was there that Paris soaked him with
his bow and arrow. Few of us are
half as well defended as Achilles, but
then also Paris was a rather excep exceptional
tional exceptional marksman.

No wonder Nathan Mayo voted no
on the proposition to pay out $250,000
for additions to the state capitol. A
quarter of a million dollars would
build a better capitol than the state
has, if it was designed by an up-to-date
architect and build with modern
methods.

The state department has asked
Congress to pass a law prohibiting
shipment of arms and ammunition to

any country where a revolution is tak

ing place. Seems to the Star like Mr.
Hughes should remember that if it

hadn't been for a revolution there

would be no American nation.

We used to hear the pathetic story
of how capital and labor wronged the
public. We daresay the public would
be glad to go back to the good old

days when capital and organized labor

fought each other. Now they are in
alliance against the public, and lay
two or three times as heavy a burden

on it as ever before.

The Tampa Times makes refer reference
ence reference to "Old Man Benjamin of the
Ocala Star." That ought to make the
old man fighting mad! Jacksonville

Metropolis.

Why? There is no stigma in being

called "old." Especially when applied
by so good a friend as the Times has

been to us for many years.

Mr. Dixie M. Hollins, candidate in
the last primary for state superinten superintendent
dent superintendent of public instruction, was in
town the other day. Mr. Hollins,
though a highly qualified instructor,

has quit his profession and gone into

business, compelled to do so by poor

pay in his former calling. He is

young, yet, however, and will doubt

less be called on to serve the public

again.

The Jewish Passover begins at six
o'clock next Friday evening and lasts
a full week. It commemorates the

beginning of the. Jewish nation,
thirty-four centuries ago, when it left

its place of bondage and started on

its long march to the Promised Land

The Passover is observed in almost
every nook and corner of the world,
for tho' they have lost their heritage

by disobedience, and been persecuted
by almost every nation on earth, the
Jews have clung together, kept their
faith alive and established themselves
almost everywhere that other men

live.

The money spent m cigars and cold in passing a range closing law as a

drinks and other unnecessary pleas- retaliatory measure against the
ures if given to the Seminole county whole body of farmers of the state, as

schools would give the teachers double has been suggested in certain articles

the present salaries and keep the published in a certain few newspa

schools going for one year. Sanf ord pers,

Herald. "Sixth. We point to the fact that

Your proposition is no fair, Friend we ourselves have fences, many of us

Herald. There are lots of pretty have blooded stock besides range cat-

young lady school teachers who dearly tie, all are well wishers to every

ove a nice, long, cold icecream soda, every move for the advancement of

and we've bought many a such just agricultural and livestock industries,

for the pleasure of seeing one of them so it is preposterous to charge us as

ap it up. And all the other pretty a body or class with being either par-

girls and good-looking ladies, and takers or connivers or sympathizers

sometimes one that is tired and old, with such depredations

and the boys and the kidlets shall "beventh. We grant that there

they all be cut off from an innocent are, as reported, isolated cases of

pleasure, and a number of hard- such depredations, which we con

working men and women, who sell demn. We dispute the insinuation re-

soda and cream, be forced into bank- cently made by no-fence propagan

ruptcy? There are not many men dists that these depredations are gen

teachers left, but most of those we eral, and declare that they are almost

know enjoy a good cigar three or four unknown in Marion county, and we

times a day. If you can cut that pro- deny in toto the accusation recently

position down to those who do not made in the published account of the

help the schools, we might endorse deplorable cutting of the gentle

your idea, but even then we doubt it man s fence m Leon county, the ac

would work. Why the dickens don't cusation mentioned being that 'this

you people who are always wailing is the spirit of the open range.' We

over the teachers give them every- deny this with every fiber of our man man-thing
thing man-thing you have, and you and your hood and charge that it is a mali-

family go without? None of you'are cious misrepresentation made to slur

doing more, and few as much, as the the great body of farmers of Florida,

man who works hard, smokes a cigar a law-abiding and justice loving peo

or pipe, says nothing, and pays his pie, m order to prejudice against

i ...

taxes. tnem those wno may not be in a posi

tion to know, creating. a sentiment

Editor Times: The writer is a against them unfounded and unjust

northern visitor and I hope you will "Eighth. We rejoice that the no-

pardon my one criticism of your fence propaganda has failed to array

lovely country. This afternoon in the "owners of blooded stock against
coming in from Clearwater over the the open range nor the open range

"Memorial" highway, I was shocked advocates against the owners of im-

really horrified to see the destruction proved stock and fenced ranges

and havoc wrought by fire presum- making of friends two hostile and

ably done by cattlemen. Mrs. kodi. opposing camps. Again we rejoice

W. Blake, in Tampa Times. that the no-fence propaganda has

This is one of the things of which failed to array town against country

the cattlemen have a right to com- in this movement."

plain. Mrs. Blake had no right to say

they set the fire. She didn't see them SOLO, Kid's all-leather PLAY

do it. It might have been set by a SHOES. Best and cheapest. Fishel's.

match dropped by a city hoodlum,

ORGANIZATION

sparks from an engine, or got away

from some man burning off a small

natch of his own. But Mrs. Blake

x
saye "presumably by cattlemen." We

are surprised at the Times printing

such unfair stuff.

This is a Studebaker year. tf

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If the people of Florida are given

an opportunity to vote again on the

question of moving the state capitol.

they will vote strongly in the affirma affirmative;
tive; affirmative; and either Orlando or Ocala wil

be designated. The bill pending in the

legislature to expend $250,000 on the
old capitol building may force the

issue. Tampa Times.

We would like to see the capitol in

Ocala, but we are not going to say,
in consequence, that no other city
shall be designated. If there is a
capital removal campaign, Ocala will
win, if it wins at all, on its merits.
We are not going to countenance
abuse of any other town. We would
rather see the capital in Gainesville;
Orlando or Lakeland than where it is,
and those three towns and Ocala are
the four most eligible places for the

A bill providing for the retiring of

teachers upon reaching an age limit
to be specified, and providing them
with annuities from then on until

death, has been introduced by Senator Carg p0ijsne(j

weaver m ine oenawc at a ohouosdcc.

It is not a straightout pension fund

The bill provides for the monthly de deduction
duction deduction of a certain amount from the

salaries paid the teachers, this

amount to go into the fund to pur

chase annuities for teachers upon
their retirement. It also provides for

the creation of a board of investment

to invest the fund so as to increase it.

We would advise the teachers to hang

to their money and create their

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NOTICE

In the Circuit Court of the Fifth Ju Judicial
dicial Judicial Circuit of Florida, in and
for Marion County, in Chancery.
James Strain, 'Complainant, vs. Eliza
Strain, Defendant Order for
Constructive Service.
It is ordered that the defendant
herein named, to-wit: Eliza Strain, be
and she is hereby required to appear
to the bill of complaint filed in this
cause on or before
Monday, the 18th day of April, 1921
It is further ordered that a copy of
this, order be published once a week

tor lour consecutive weeics in ue
Ocala Evening Star, a newspaper
published in said county and state.

This iytn aay oi aiarcn, irei.
(Seal) T. D. Lancaster Jr.,

Clerk Circuit Court, Marion County,

Florida. By Ruth Ervm, V. U.

Wm. A. Jeffcoat,

Complainant's Solicitor. 3-iy-aai

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Jubilee Concert
That you will enjoy
By The
Fessenden Academy
Singers
AT
MT. ZION
A.M.E. CHURCH
(Magnolia Street)
Monday, April 18
8:00 P. M.
Admission FREE
An offering will be taken

CO H. S. BARNWELL,! Principall

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OCALA EVENING STAR, SATURDAY. APRIL 16. 1921

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i SERVICE

During these days of readjustment we are glad to
meet our customers personally, and anything we
can do to promote our mutual interest will be
cheerfully done. Our Bank is anxious to give the
very best service that can be given to the commu community.
nity. community. Come in and talk over conditions with us.
Resources More Than a 1,000,000
THE OCALA NATIONAL BANK

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AT THE CHURCHES TOMORROW ALABAMA HAS LONG HAD

A DESIRE TO ANNEX NINE
WEST FLORIDA COUNTIES

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Methodist ;
C. W. White, Pastor I

9:45 a. m. Sunday school, L. W. i (Associated Press)
Duval, superintendent. j Tallahassee, April 15 Persons here
11 a. m. Preaching. Subject. "Ev-: interested in the trotl that t)i

ery Man's Life a Plan of God." Text,;nine West Florida counties be soldi?

to Alabama, recall that Alabama has

Episcopal
John J. Neighbour, Rector
Third Sunday After Easter
9:45 a. m. Sunday school.

Springtime Is Here

"

And There's
NO EXCUSE
For Wearing
HEAVY Winter Clothes
When You Can
Buy a

Isaia 14:5.

o.o p. m. senior league. jtad annexation of the territory in
7:4o p. m. Preaching. Sabjectimind more than twenty years.
Earth, Heaven, Hell and Eternity."! Alabama legislature in 1901
U R welcome. U

jtion with the assent of the state ofl

Florida and the Congress of the
! United States and, it is said, propos

ed to pay Florida the sum of $2,000,-

000 in setlement. The Florida lecis-1

11 a. m. Morning prayer and ser-jlatnre, however, is said to have dis-

mon. Subject, "Our Four-footed f agreed on what to do with the money

f nenas. and no definite action wa3 taken.
Special music. Smre Alabama U aiA tn K f

8 p. m. Evening prayer and ser-!fered $2,000,000 for the territory in

mon- : 1901, many hold that nothing less
I than $5,000,000 should be offered now. I

Christian j Those persons who consider .that the
J. G. Waggoner, Pastor ; sale would without question mean

10 a. m. The Bible school studies, I the removal of the capital to a more
"The Bible Teachings About Work." j central location, possibly Ocala or

11 a. m. A sermon on "Scriptural Orlando, declare that the sum paidjW

r J 4 i.l i 1 AY 1 i t i T

r-nuowmcni. ine suaie vy Aiaoanu would oe I

7:30 p. m. Subject, "The 2ermon j ample for construction of probably

of Pentecost." the most modern capitol and state of-
A coidial invitation extended to all. ,fice buildings in the country.

J WILL EXCLUDE WHITES
t FROM NEGRO SECTION

. Baptist
Rev. C. L. Collins, D. D., Pastor

9:45 a. m. Sunday school. j
11 a. m. Sermon, "Do Southern! West Palm Beach, April 15 Negro
Baptists Believe in Their Program?' j citizens of West Palm Beach have
6:45 p. m. Junior B. Y. P. U. their own quarter of the city and no
6:45 p. m. Senior B. Y. P. U. white person will be permitted to re-
7:45 p. m. Second address in the, se there. This was made evident by
series, "How We Got Our Bible." i the action of the police department

Subject, "A Bible that is Over 1600! last week in ordering a family of

Years Old and the" Story of the Cath Catholic
olic Catholic Bible."

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OCALA, FLORIDA

Presbyterian
(Rev. W. F. Creson, Pastor)
Organ prelude, "Maestoso" (Kren-tser.)

Doxology.
Invocation.
Hymn, "O God, the Rock of Ages."
Scripture lesson, Isaiah 6:1-16.
Hymn, "Guide Me, O Thou Great

Jehovad."

Offertory, "Andante Movement."
Solo, "The Ten Virgins" (A. R.

Goul).

Sermon, "God's Call to Service."
Prayer (congregation standing).
Hymn, "Mighty God! While Angels

Bless Thee."

Benediction.
Closing prayer.
Organ postlude, "March" (Gabriel)
8 p.'m. Evening service.
Organ prelude, "A Song at Dusk"
(Cadman).
Hymn, "Brighten the Corner Where

You Are."

Prayer (congregation standing).
Hymn, "Watch and Pray."
Scripture lesson, Mat. 5:27-48.
Hymn, "A Witness for Jesus."
Chorus, "Thy Banner is Love"
(Ackley).
Sermon, "Distinctive Features of
the Gospel."
Hymn, "Wonderful Book."
Benediction.
Closing prayer.
Organ postlude, "March" (Gabriel)

Christian Science Service
Room 5. Merchant's Block
11 o'clock Sundays.

Wednesday evening meeting at 8

o'clock.

Benediction.

whites to vacate a residence in the
negro district.
The question of excluding business
houses conducted by white persons
also is under consideration. City Man Manager
ager Manager Riddle recently declared he
would refuse to grant permits for the
operation of stores by whites in the
negro quarter and in one instance did
so but the applicant obtained the
license from Mayor Dunkle.

MIAMI JUDGE MADE
GOOD HIS PROMISE

Miami, April 15. Judge Tom Nor Nor-fleet,
fleet, Nor-fleet, of the Dade county criminal
court, made a pre-election promise
that a jail sentence with no alterna

tive of fine, would be given any man

convicted the second time for selling
whisky. He made good that promise

this week when three men were

found guilty and sentenced to the

ock-up. One man pleaded that his

family would suffer if he went to

jail, but the judge replied: MI will
contribute to the support of your
family, but if you plead guilty you

must go to jail."

SUGAR SATURDAY AND MONDAY

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Cash!

NhOl ADDRESS j

flODDOOOD!
Less:

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Our foods will appeal to you and our prices will agree
with your financial digestion. Get the habit of carrying
your grocery order home and you'll get into the habit
of saving money.

JUST RECEIVED, SHIPMENT OF
Salt Mullet Kingnut-Oleo Kingan's Smoked
Sausage Heinz Ketchup and Vinegars
SPECIALS FOR SATURDAY AND MONDAY
Irish Potatoes, per peck .39c
Gold Bar Brand, peaches per can .24c
Baby Lima Beans, per pound .OQtfc

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
prepared for cleaning ladies'
dresses, silks, satins, crepes
and fancy woolens. All the
latest methods are used in including
cluding including the French Dry
Cleaning process.
All orders receive prompt
attention, and goods are call called
ed called 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 solicit solicited.
ed. solicited. We pay return parcel
pot on all work.
Walkley & Barnett
Phone 74

W. K. Lane, M. D physician and

Furgeon, specialist eye, ear, nose and

throat. Office over 5 and 10 cent store

Ocala, FU. Adv. tf

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WE HAVE THE ME YOU WANT
WHEN YOU WANT IT
"SERVICE" Our Motto
UNITED STATES TIRES HOOD TIRES
ACCESSORIES
SINCLAIR MOTOR OILS
CARS WASHED AND POLISHED
KMV1BAK SERVICE STATION

THE WINDSOR HOTEL
JACKSONVILLE, XWWDA
In the heaix of the city with Hemming Park for a front yard.
Every modern convenience in each room. Dining room service U
second to none

ROBERT M. MEYER,
Manager.

J. E. KAVANAUGH
Proprietor,

12 pounds of sugar for one dollar

with a dollar's worth of other groc

eries for cash, Saturday and Monday j
only. Phone 377. i

tf H. B. WHITTINGTON.

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NOTICE of ANIMALS IMPOUNDED

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To Whom It May Concern: This is

to certify that I have this day placed j

in the city pound the following de-
scribed animals, which have been I
found running at large within the ;

corporate limits of the city of Ocala,;
contrary to the ordinances of said

city: One black hog, one spotted hog,j
crop each ear; one Jersey heifer, crop
one ear, split in other. j

The owners thereof, or their i-

agents, and all whom it may concern, j

are herby notified that if the animals
are not claimed and all expenses of,
taking and impounding thereof arej
not paid within three days from date i

hereof, to-wit: On the 19th day of
April, 1921, I will sell the same to
the highest and best bidder, said sale
to take place between the hours of 11
a. m. and 3 p. m. on said day at the
city pound in Ocala, Florida.
Henry Gordon,

Marshal City of Ocala.
C. A. Holloway, Impounder. It
BILL TO CREATE BUREAU
FINANCE AND TAXATION

That the lightness of the Business
Car is united to great strength
is proven by the splendid service
it is rendering everywhere under
widely varying conditions.
The lightness of the car keeps the
gas and oil 'costs down, and its
sound construction renders repairs
infrequent.

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
goick delivery of our QUALITY ICE
CREAM. 29-tf

SUGAR SATURDAY AND MONDAY REMEMBER, we are striving to

enlarge our business clientele by giv-

please.

12 pounds of sugar for one dollar, ing the public GOOD MERCHAN-

with a dollar's worth of other groc-;DISE lowest prices, not cheap,

u o-i j y ,r- snoppy sum. lours to

only. Phone 377.

" H. H. WHITTINGTON. This is a Studebaker year. tf

FIHEL'S

Tallahassee, April 15. The legis-i
Iature is asked to create a state bu-j
reau of finance and taxation in a res-.

olution by Representative Williams of

Leon county, pending in the House.
The bureau would function under a
director appointed by the governor,
and would have as its duties the com compilation
pilation compilation of statistics and facts relat- :
ing to the state's taxes, and various
problems confronting state, counties
and smaller units of administration.
In addition the bureau would be'
charged with making a study of tax j
systems of other states and countries j
with a view to putting Florida's tax- j

ation on an efficient, economic basis.

"Your salvation, mothers." WON WON-DERHOSE
DERHOSE WON-DERHOSE for the ikds. Fishel's.

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If you have any society items for
the Star, please call five-one.

CONDUCTOR REYNOLDS CUT

The mar ? friends of Cor.dactov
Reynolds cf tLe Seaboard Air Line
will regret to learn of his being pain painfully
fully painfully wounded. Mr. Reynolds was

coming irom Jacksonville looay on

Dr. T. P. McClellan of Belleview Is i the Seaboard local when an intoxl-

among the visitors in town today.

New shipments of MILLINERY ar arriving
riving arriving daily at FISHEL'S. 3t

MONDAY

Mrs. L
guest her
Georgia.

W. Ponder has as her
mother, Mrs. Geise of

WONDERHOSE
iceable HOSE for
at FISOEL'S.

is the most serv serv-Children.
Children. serv-Children. Get it

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

The friends of Judge McConathy

will be sorrv to hear that for the tast

week he has been quite sick.

AND

Per Yard

The friends of Miss Eloise Henry

will be glad to know that she is im

proving after her reecnt sickness.

TUESDAY

APRIL 18 and 19

As we only have a limited
quantity of these goods, no
more than 10 yards will
be sold to one customer.

cated man boarded the train at Law-

tey. He misbehaved and the con conductor
ductor conductor started to put him off at

Starke. The man knifed Mr. Rey Reynolds,
nolds, Reynolds, who knocked him down. Re
was taken in charge by the Starke

police. Mr. Reynolds came on with
his, train to Ocala. Here he stopped

for treatment, which was administer

ed by the railroad surgeon. Mr. Rey

nolds went on to Tampa on the lim

ited, and his friends hope he will soon

be well again.

Ladies SPORT HATS to go with

Mr. J. M. McDonald thinks there
are several fish left in Orange Lake
yet. While up there with a friend
yesterday, they caught in a short time
ten speckled beauties,, five to ten
pounds each in weight.

Assortment

FABRICS at

of pretty
FISHEL'S.

Hot Boston baked beans and brown

DRESS I bread for Saturday night supper at

Carter's Bakery. 15-2t

Miss Rhoda Rhody, who recently In Judge Futch's court yesterday,

returned from Dayton, has taken a I Jeff Daniels as principal and Ralph

room with Mrs. R. S. Rogers. Howell accessory had their prelimi

nary hearing for the killing of Jim

All Garcia de Ora cigars wrapped Williams near Reddick three weeks

in tin foil; 10 cents ell dealers. 25-lm ago. They were held without bail for

the meeting of the grand jury,

Nobby Ready-to-Wear Hats just re

ceived at FISHEL'S.

COOK'S
MARKET
and
GROCERY
FINEST
Florida and
Western Meats
FANCY
GROCERIES
A Complete Stock
PHONE 243

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

Rates: Six lines, maximum, one tine.
2Se; three times. 50c; six times, 75c;
one month. $3. Taxable in adrance.

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FOR SALE Five-room house and
bath, with lights and water; large
yard with garage; fine growing
garden; chicken house with yard
fenced off for chickens; in sight of
high school building. Will sell cheap
for cash.- Owner going north to
other business 'interests. Apply to
Mrs. J. W. 'McDonald. 211 E. Sth
St, Ocala. Fla. 15-3t

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boo. Macivay I bo.
Funeral Directors"
end Znib aimers ?
Two Licensed Embalmers
Motor Funeral Cars
Private Morgue and Chapel
Day Phone 47
Night Thone 515
G. R. Overton. Manager

i;imittrrtiiimitm!Csiiimii'S'5iii"r

FRANK'S

"THE FASHION CENTER

No salesmanship necessary to sell

rolls here after they have once been

Mrs. T. J. Nixon, after a pleasant tried. Federal Bakery. 16-t

visit with her sister, Mrs. George L.

Taylor, has returned to her home in Mr. J. J. Gerig has purchased from

Tampa. Mr. C. H. Lloyd the tetter's half-

interest in the Gerig-Lloyd block at

by the corner of Washington'and North

at Magnolia streets, now occupied by

Green drug and seed store and Fishel
& Sons. Messrs. Gerig and Lloyd

bought this property some eight

years ago and nave bad many im improvements
provements improvements made, making is one of
the most desirable pieces of business

property in the city.

EVERWEAR HOSIERY sold
best retailers EVERYWHERE,
FISHEL'S only.

Mr. J .A. Sewell of Brooksville,

arrived in Ocala today to spend the

week-end wit hhis daughter, Mrs. J
P. Galloway.

rriiuks and Small :

uOVf packages to any

of the city.
Ocala Expres Service

Telephone

434

Hot Boston baked beans and brown
bread for Saturday night supper at

Carter's Bakery. 15-2t

If you smoke cigars why not get
the best? Call for Garcia de Ora;

10 cents all dealers.

25-lm

The Wednesday auction club met

last night with Mrs. W. A. Wilds. The

next meeting will be at the home of

Miss Adele Bittinger.

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

in

Cash and Carry Meat Market
CRAWFORD PASTEUR, Prop.,
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 1712C
Hamburger 23c

Loin Steaks 30c
Good Roast 24c
Rib and Flank 15c
Liver 24c

FINE PORK

Pork
Pork

Veal
Veal

Chops
Stew

25c
20c

Pork Hams
Pork Livers

25c
25c

Chops

Stews 20c

BEST OF VEAL
38c Veal Roast 33c

Veal Liver

..25c

Round Steak
Good Roast

FIRST QUALITY WESTERN

40c Loin Steaks
38c Good Stews

40c
20c

We ask you for your patronage and
; Thank You in advance.

: FLORIDA AND WESTERN MEATS, POULTRY, ETC.

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While here she is the guest of
sister, Mrs. Hubert Bitting.

They've a delicious taste besides

they are made in a 100 per cent san

itary shop those rolls. Federal Bak-

ery. it-oi

The literary circle of the mission

ary society of the Methodist church

will meet with Mrs. C. G. Barnett

Monday afternoon at 4 o'clock.

Isil ftjsS'ff'TJsTtTsrrTs

L.T.

WAR

The Best Quality
and Prompt Service
Phone 108
MAIN STREET MARKET

STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES, FEED, ETC.

easrf sea

Tie more yoa moke them Tie better yoall like thea
Write for our Premium Catalog No. 4
L LEWIS CIGAR MFG. CO., NEWARK. N. J.
Laziest Independent Cigar Factory in the World.

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Fire
Insurance
Ocala, Florida

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Our Specialty Is

Mrs. C. G. Thomas of Clearwater is

Ocala on a short business trip.

Commenting upon the superior ex

cellence of Federal Bakery rolls, one

customer says "Decidedly different

her and deucedly dainty.'

Garcia de Ora, that mild

filler; 10 cents all dealers.

Havana
23-1 m

Mr. J. J. Gerig, local representative

I of the Rexall preparations, has just

had notice from the company that he

has won special distinction among

the thousands of druggists in

United States handilng this line of

goods. He is among the 10 per cent
dealers, that is he is a leader in the
cities of 5000 population. The com company
pany company issues a handsome emblem for
this distinction, which Mr. Gerig is
proudly exhibiting to his friends.

RAILROAD SCHEDULES
Arrival and departure of passenger
trains at OCALA UNION STATION.
The following schedule figures pub

lished a3 information and not guar guaranteed.
anteed. guaranteed. (Eastern Standard Time)
SEABOARD AIR LINE RAILROAD
Leave Arrive
2:20 am Jacksonviile-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 pm
2:35 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

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 por pound. Star
office. 31-et
FOR SALE Genuine Porto Rico
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 IL
Cooner, 746 Wyominia St Ocala,
Fla. Phone 589. 30-tf

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. 12-6t

16-6t 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 St-Petsbrg-Lakeland 1:25 pm

v. j 7:10 am Dunnellon-Wilcox
vC i or t-i il Til j . fn

JOpm llomosassa l:2opm

10:15 pm Leesburg 6:42 am

4:45 pm .Gainesville- 11:50 am

Monday, Wednesday, Friday.
Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday.

WANTED A thoroughly competent
competent lady stenographer wants
position where ability to properly
punctuate and construct correspon correspon-dince
dince correspon-dince nil! be appreciated. Apply
to "irompetent' 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 five-room
room 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 2C9. 14-3t

niiia Qorcro Trfttieers all-orw-tl re-

Our Bathing Caps are pretty and ( $4 9Q FISHEL'S.

durable. All

Drug Store

fresh stock.

Gerig's

tf

We delight in showing our line of

pretty Dress Goods. FISHEL'S. 3t

The Y. W. A. of the Baptist church

were entertained by Miss Mabel Akin

Dazira Face Powder is satisfying,

and the odor is dainty. Ask to see it

at Ceng's 'Drug Store. tf

At the home of her parents, Mr.

and Mrs. Robert Bechtelheimer, ht-

last night. A very pleasant evening tie Virginia Bechtelheimer entertain-

waa enioved at the close of which

the hostess served light refrshments.

Nice destroys the odor of perspira

tion, 23 cents at Gerig's Drug tSore. tf

The New "WOLINEN" Striped

ed yesterday afternoon about four

teen of her small friends. They had a

delightful time playing games until

the afternoon had gone. Refresh

ments of lemonade, cake, jello and
candy were served. The party was to

celebrate her birthday, although it

was not the anniversary. At that time

the little hostess was too sick, so her

Miss Rubv Raw the Presbyterian little friends thought a surprise party

mountain missionary from Levi, Ky., would be just as nice and each small

will speak at the Christian Endeavor guest brought her a gift, and it was a

Sunday evening at seven o'clock. Ev- great success,

ery one is cordially invited to hear

her. St. Margaret's Guild will hold a

cake, candy and fancy work sale Sat-

Children's Dresses all sacrificed be- urday, April 16, at Mrs. Bostick's

low cost. FISHEL'S. 3t foimer stand, corner Mam and ort

King. During the day fruit punch will

TU ;nI,t,;M!An!i1 meitinr nf tVlP I be SOld. JM)l

Woman's Auxiliary of the Presby

terian church will meet Monday after- SUGAR SATURDAY AND MONDAY

noon at four o'clock at the church,

with Mrs. C. C. Balkcom as leader.

All members and friends of the aux auxiliary
iliary auxiliary are invited to be present.

Keep the hands and face soft with

ILASOL. 50 cents the bottle at

Gerig's Drug Store.

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. WHTrriNGTON.

Burns

Bandage e Pt plenty of soochmg

luentholatum

Cool mad hlm gently and smttacptscally.

J&building

Adeline McAlister, colored, captur

ed while in possession of a distillery

by the sheriff last week, had a hear

ing in Judge Futch's court Thursday.

The jury couldn't agree, and Adelaide

will have another trial next week.
Marsh Jackson, taken at the same

!time and place, pled guilty.

- A Oil 1 HVi kA WW uuv w
jf .ear glasses if they will

"Vrc free you from headarhe!

DR. K. J. WEIHE,
Optometrist and Optician
Eyesight Specialist

MAZON & CO.
Between Ten Cent Store and Gerig
Drug Store

You can always get fresh or salt
water fish, shrimp, etc., at the City
Fish Market on Fort King avenue.

Phone 158. tf

1 C. Cecil Bryant

PUBLIC ACCOUNTANT
Room 22 Holder Block
PHONE 195 OR 332

Mr. Frank G. Churchill has been

elected secretary of Tulula Lodge, I

O. O. F.. in Dlace of Mr. H. R. Luff-

man, resigned. Mr. Churchill is a
most competent young business man
and keeper of accounts, and Tulula
lodge feels like he will be a capable
successor to Mr. Luff man, who has
been an extra good secretary during
his term of office.

FOR SALE Household goods com complete
plete complete for light housekeeping, or
separate. Can be seen at 225 East
Washington street. H. R. Luff Luff-man.
man. Luff-man. 15-tf
LOST Surgical bag containing val valuable
uable valuable instruments and papers, on
road between Orlando and Gaines Gainesville,
ville, Gainesville, via Leesburg and Ocala. Re Reward
ward Reward for return to Gainesville Sun,
Gainesville, Fla. It

J. 11. SPENCER

AGENCY

Full line of
AUTO ACCESSORIES

W. R. PEDRICK
All Buick Cars Equipped With
Cord Tires and Alemitc
Oiling System.
We Make a Specialty of Part
for the Buick and the Prices are
Consistent with the Cost of Same
GOODYEAR and U.S. TIRES
and TUBES
Exclusive Agents (or
"VESTA" B4TTERY
i8 MONTHS GUARANTEE
An Up-to-Date
Battery Service Station
We maintain an up-to-date
garage with expert workmen, at
all times, assuring prompt and
efficient service.

GASOLINE, OILS and GREASE

SPENCERrPEDRICK MOTOR CO.

PHONE 271

Ocala

Florida

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L. ALEXANDER
PRACTICAL CONTRACTOR AND
BUILDER
Careiol estimates made on all con contract
tract contract orlc Gives more and bettor
work fir the money than any other
contractor in the eitj.

No initiation
fees, no dues,

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