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Wednesday fair and warmer.
OCALA, FLORIDA. TUESDAY, APRIL 19, 1 921
Joint Resolution by Congress on
the Tariff, It Says, Would
Washington, April 19 The immed immediate
iate immediate enactment of a protective tariff
through joint resolution by Congress
for the affiliated agricultural, mining
and manufacturing industries would
start the wheels of industry, the
Southern Tariff Association declared
in a memorial adopted today to be
presented to the House ways and
means committee tomorrow. Con Congress
gress Congress was urged in the memorial to
impose th especific duties asked by
the industrie sthroug-h joint resolu resolu-tio
tio resolu-tio nand "to act first and investigate
The Knox peee resolution will be
taken up by the Senate foreign rela relations
tions relations committee next Thursday, it
was announced today.
The Senate finance committee is
proceedings under an agreement to
sidetrack all prpoal.- to change the
tariff provisions of the Young emerg emergency
ency emergency tariff and the anti-dumping bill,
Chairman Penrose, today informed a
delegation representing the poultry
and egg industry, who sought to have
eggs included in the measure.
LOVING CUP OFFERED BY
Jacksonville, April 19. The 24 24-inch
inch 24-inch silver loving cup which the Flor Florida
ida Florida Metropolis, of this city, will pre present
sent present to the club of the Florida State
League having the largest paid at attendance
tendance attendance on the opening day of the
playing season, was placed on exhi exhibition
bition exhibition here today. The cup is engrav engraved.
ed. engraved. "Florida Metropolis. Opening Day
Attendance. Florida State League
Major Ouimby Melton, vice presi president
dent president and general manager of the Me Metropolis
tropolis Metropolis Company, some time ago of offered
fered offered the cup to President Rose, of
the league, and an order for the tro trophy
phy trophy was placed immediately after
Mr. Rtree accepted it on behalf of the
organization. The Metropolis will
give each year a similar cup to re remain
main remain the property f the club winning
Tallaassee, April 19. A definite
statement as to whether he will op oppose
pose oppose Senator Park Trammell for re reelection
election reelection next year, is expected from
Congressman Frank Clark, when he
arrives from Washington in the near
future, according to friends of Mr.
Clark who have been urging him to
run against Mr. Trammell. One or
mon. "dark horses" are expected by
politicians to enter the race. Candi Candidates
dates Candidates for the state's fu1! quota of na national
tional national representatives, a senator,
member of the railroad commission,
and a supreme court justice will be
selected in the 1922 democratic pri primary.
mary. primary. $250 cash takes two Fords. Good
shape. Spencer-Pedrick Motor Com Company.
pany. Company. 191tf
Real Bargains in
High Class Writing Paper
A Complete Stock
UNITED STATES GOING TO GRAB
Vl'T ALLOW IT! GERMAN GOLD
Scrap Between the Spiggoty Repub- Allied Commission Gives the Teutons
" lie f Central America j Three 3Icre Days in Which
Mast Stop to Come Across
(Associated Press) j (Associated Press i
Washington, April 19- War be- Paris, April 19. The allied repara repara-tween
tween repara-tween Panama and Costa Rica grow-jtions commission announced today it
ir.g out of the present boundary dis-jhad given Germany until April 22nd
pute will not be tolerated by the! to transfer the gold holdings of the
United States. Reichsbank to the Coblenz and Co-
The American position is under- logne branches of the bank. If Ger Ger-stood
stood Ger-stood to be that the United States is many refuses to comply with the ul-
bound by treaty obligation to safe- J
guard the integrity of Panama and j
that any move by Costa Rica would;
justify drastic action. i
DRUG ADDICTS BY THE DOZEN
f Associated Press)
Tampa, April 19.-Nineteen
sons said to be drug addicts
Dnf fmm Kaiw fxlav fr-fk tVlP
were per-were state
S7.AV w j j
asylum at Chattahoochee for treat-;
New York, April 19. The
will be fought in Jersey City, Satur Saturday,
day, Saturday, July 2nd, Tex Rickard announced
WILL SOON BE OPEN
Gainesville, April 19. The summer;
schools to be conducted by the Uni-.
versity of Florida and the Florida
State College for Women will begin
June 20 and close August 12, it has j
been announced here.
The schools are open to students in
all academic and professional subjects
free of charge although each institu-:
tion may collect a registration fee of
$1 and an infirmary fee of the same, was followed by several dry days dur dur-amount.
amount. dur-amount. A small fee will be required j ing which strong winds prevailed,
of students who desire private les-- doing great harm to everything above
sons in music and commercial sub- ground. This was followed by an an-jects.
jects. an-jects. Table board at each institu- other cold snap with a culmination
tion will cost $5.25 a week or $40 for of forty degrees this morning. We
the eight weeks, if paid in advance,
The state superintendent of public
instruction under the law is autho authorized
rized authorized to extend for one year any
Florida teacher's certificate valid on
June 1, 1921, held by any student student-teacher
teacher student-teacher who attends either school a
total of thirty-five days.
DAYTONA ROAD BONDS
WILL SOON BE SOLD
Daytona, April 19. The city com commissioners
missioners commissioners expect within the next two
weeks to complete the sale of $450, $450,-000
000 $450,-000 of street improvement bonds
voted two years ago, and to award
contracts for street paving to be
finished within a year. Work will
begin shortly on the principal streets
of the city so that traffic during the
height of the winter season will not
be handicapped. The legislature re recently
cently recently passed a bill allowing an in
crease in the interest rate of the
bonds from 5 to 6 per cent.
DISTINGUISHED SURGEON DEAD
t Associated Press)
St. Augustine, April 19. Dr. Mur
ray W. Seagears, chief surgeon of
the Florida East Coast railroad, died
this morning after several weeks'
illness, suffering with ulcer of the
stomach. He underwent three ope operations
rations operations by the most noted surgeons
in the country. Dr. Seagears came to
St. Augustine 25 years ago after
graduation from medical college. He
was appointed chief surgeon of the
East Coast railroad about ten years
ago. He was only 45 years old.
BAN ON "SPOONING"
Miami, April 18. The police of!
Miami Beach are going after two!r0c. jars Gordon & Dilworth's
classes of citizens as a result of com
plaints of members of the North Mi
ami Beach Taxpayers Association.
The people the minions. of the law are
interested in are those who "spoon"
on the beach after 12:30 a. m. and
bathers who change from their clothes
to their bathing suits in automobiles,!
a fad which has become fashionable
among certain Miamians. No time
limit is set for the bathers, the police
with; get them morning, noon or night,
As $n aid to breaking up the "spoon-
ing.j' no automobile from Miami will
re aiioweo on tne Deacn aiter i:su(0f the council, both from tee same
a. rn. and patrolmen nave oeen in
structed to inspect all cars parked
after that hour and to bring into
court all persons found therein. The
charge will be "disorderly conduct."
BICYCLES Just received a ship shipment
ment shipment of high grade bicycles which
will be sold on easy payment plan. B.
F. Condon, Ocala, Fla. 18-t
l.matum the commission states it will
require immediate delivery of the gold
to the commission itself.
DUST TO DUST
Was Augusta's Hard Luck
Made Her an Empress
Potsdam, April 19. The funeral
services for the former German em empress
press empress were held today in the royal
residence in the suburbs of Berlin,
which had witnessed so many scenes
of splendor in the departed days of
; the HohenzoUem rule. The family
.with the exception of the former em-Demp-'
peror and crown prince were present,
WEATHER, WE HOPE,
HAS DONE ITS WORST
The farmers of this section are
having the most discouraging spring
they have suffered from in a long
time. A comparatively mild winter
has been followed by a long, dry
spring, retarding planting of some
crops and cultivation of others. A
brief season of rain several weeks
ago caused seed to sprout, but the
.plants were hardly above ground
j when a cold spell cut them down or
blighted them. A great deal of dam-
age was done, many farmers having
.to replant entirely. The cold spell
think all the harm that can be done
has been done, urJess a rainy season
sufficient to float arks sets in.
The farmers have bravely and pa patiently
tiently patiently set in to replant and hope to
soon make the old county again blos blossom
som blossom as a rose.
OLD GAME WORKED
IN A NEW WAY
Clearwater, April 19.
water Sun has received
-The Celar Celar-reports
reports Celar-reports that
an unidentified photographer has
been canvassing Pinellas county and
photographing young children, repre representing
senting representing that their pictures would be
published in the Sun. D. O. Batch Batch-elor,
elor, Batch-elor, p ublisher of the newspaper, an announces
nounces announces that the Sun has made no
such arrangement. It was the sec second
ond second occasion within the last few
months that the Sun had been used as
a cloak for bilking citizens out of
their money. A woman recently be began
gan began to solicit advertising here, rep
resenting that it was in behalf of the
Sun, and prospects indicated a land land-office
office land-office business when the matter was
reported to the publisher. She left
the city on the first outward bound
KNOCKED IN THE HEAD
In order to reduce our stock of
Pure Fruit Jams and Preserves, we
have knocked the prices in the head
for this week.
55c jar Robin Hood Jam 32c
j60c jars Royal Scarlet Jam 39c
igoc and 65c Paul's Jams 43c
Uoc and 65c P.. S. Preserves 43c
1 11.15 jars Gordon & Dilworth's
Strawberrv Preserves 69c
I S1.50 Glass Crocks Gordon and
Dilworth's Sweet Spiced Pit
ted Cherries $1.00
' Orange Marmalade 38c
; 40c jars Skookum Apple Butter. .25c
No goods charged at these prices.
jtf O. K. TEAPOT GROCERY
J NEGRO COUNCILMAN
J ELECTED LN PALATKA
Palatka, April 19. E. E. Nottage,
negro, defeated C. E. Porter, white, in
j the municipal election yesterday for
cjty councilman in the sixth ward,
j This means two negroes for members
ward, which is almost completely pop populated
ulated populated by negroes.
Bargain in 1921 Ford sedan. In Al
shape practically new. Auto Sales
Co., Mack Taylor 191 6t
Keep the hands and face soft with
ILASOL. 50 cents the bottle at
Gerigs Drug Store.
Failure of the Cubic All Stare Will
be More than Made Good by the
Big School Boys from
Baseball fans who mourned the
non-appearance of the Cuban All All-Stars,
Stars, All-Stars, scheduled for te morrow and
next day, may cheer ur? and be of
good heart. Rollins C-e.Icge at Win
ter Park is goin? to send its team,
and old Rollins always makes good.
All the fans turn out and root for
Ocala, and don't forget a generous
meed of applause for the visitors.
GAINESVILLE HIGH, 12:
OCALA HIGH SCHOOL,
The Gainesville hih school base baseball
ball baseball team came to Oca'a Saturday aft afternoon
ernoon afternoon and went back with ten bloody
scalps taken from the unresisting
heads of the Ocala high school boys.
The game belonged to the visitors
from start to finish. They had O. H.
S. outclassed at every point of the
game. Maxwell Thomas, pitching for
Ocala high until the eighth inning,
delivered free passes to first base to
11 batters and gave up r.ine hits to
the visitors. Wilkes went into the
box in the eighth but although he
allowed no hits or runs could not
make up for what was already done.
The errors on the part of the Ocala
team, coupled with their inability to
think when they had the ball in their
hands, accounts for the runs Gaines Gainesville
ville Gainesville made. The fact that Ocala only
made two runs is easily traced to the
door of one Van Sickle, who pitched
Stella ball for Gainesville. He did not
allow even a scratch hit during the
entire game and walked only two
men. Van is a pitcher that the
Gainesville boys ought justly to be
proud of and we take off our hat to
him. The following is the box score:
Ocala AB R II FO A E
Williams, ss 4
Steele, c 4
Wilkes, 3rd and p .3
Smith, 2nd 4
Thomas, A.' T., If. .4
Thomas, M., p 3
Timmons, rf 3
Leek, rf 3
Cole, 1st 3
Standley, 3rd 1
32 2 0 27 11 7
Gainesville AB R II PO A E
Murphree, 1st 2 2 0 8 0 1
Watson. If 5 1 2 0 0 0
Welch, 2nd 3 1 2 2 0 1
Vrooman, c 5 1 0 13 0 0
Hollinrake, 3rd 2 2 2 2 1 0
Brumby, cf 4 2 2 1 0 0
Pepper, rf 2 -2 0 0 0 0
Van Sickle, p 4 0 0 1 7 3
Davis, ss 3 110 2 2
30 12 9 27 10 7
Summary: Struc kout by Van
Sickle, 11; by Thomas, 4. Basses on
balls off Van Sickle, 2: off Thomas,
11; off Wilkes, 1. Two-base hits,
Score by innings:
Ocala CC 3 010 100 2
Gainesville -...100 052 01012
FEDERAL PRISONERS WILL
WORK TnE STATE ROADS
Jacksonville, April IS. Prisoners
sentenced by federal court no longer
will be permitted to take life easy in
their cells, but will be put to work on
county roads and county farms as the
result of a ruling by United States
Attorney Herbert S. Phillips. The
ruling was contained in a letter ad addressed
dressed addressed to Chairman Clark of the
Duval board of commissioners in re reply
ply reply to one sent to Mr. Phillips in
which Chairman Clark asked if the
county was allowed to work federal
prisoners. Mr. Phillip letter follows
"Under the law governing federal
prisoners sentenced in tne lederal
court to serve terms m tee county
jail of Puval county, such prisoners
are subject to the sarr.e treatment a3
county prisoners convicted and sen
tenced to serve jail tern:s elorg with
county prisoners on the public high highways
ways highways or have them do any other pub public
lic public work that county prisoners are
Heretofore it has been the custom
to permit federal prisoners sentenced
to jail terms to serve their entire
time in jail and in frequent cases fed federal
eral federal prisoners have received terms
amounting to more than a year of j
Bargain in 1915 Ford touring car
in Al shape. Auto Sales Co., Mack
Garcia de Ora, that mild
filler; 10 cents all dealers.
Nice destroys the odor of perspira perspiration,
tion, perspiration, 25 cents at Gerig's Drug tSore. tf
With Fitting Ceremonies Today, Me Metropolis
tropolis Metropolis of the American Continent
Pays Honor to Memory of General
New York, April 19. This city to-
day eagerly awaited the arrival of
President Harding, who on the occas occasion
ion occasion of speaking at the unveiling of
the equestrian statue of General
Simon Bolivar, the South American
liberator, is making his first visit to
the metropolis since his election. Ade
quate precautions have been taken by
the police to control the thousands of
persons who gathered today along the
route planned for the presidential
party, after its arrival at the Penn
Washington, April 19. President
Harding left Washington at 9:30 this
morning by special train for Newjf'2'-
York, where he will attend the un-i
veiling of the Bolivar statue, return-
ig to Washington tonight. The pres
ident was accompanied by Mrs. Hard
ing and a party of personal friends.
VALUABLE JEWELRY STOLEN
The friends of Mr. and Mrs. C. S.
Cullen are sympathizing with them"
for the loss of some valuable jewelry.
evidently taken by members of that
class of undesirable tourists that dur-
ing the last few seasons have become
so numerous in Florida. The jewelry
was stolen some weeks ago, but no.vous breakdown".
mention made of the loss, as the no-.
lice had hope of finding the thieves.
i ney nave decided now, however, that ;
the robbers are out of reach. The loss
of the jewels is regretted by Mr. and t
Mrs. Cullen more for their senti
mental than, their monetary value,
tho' the latter is considerable. The
Cullens, like other Ocala people, were
so little accustomed to the neces?itv
of guarding against thieves that they t5ors and baseball and in a resolution
never locked their house up unless called upon the management of the
they went somewhere for a protract- local baseball club to cancel a game
ed stay, and it was during a brief ith a Cuban team scheduled for
absence from home that the jewels Sunday- The baseball game, was
were taken. It is time that everybody playcd and lt devP int a ten ten-was
was ten-was locking up houses and keeping i innin 2 to 1 affair with the locals
revolvers filed for reference. ( holding the big end of the score. The
: tying run was pushed across the
Ocala Chapter O. E. S. is repre
sented in St. Petersburg this week at
the Grand Chapter by a strong dele
gation. Mrs. F. G. B. Weihe eft
yc5erday afternoon, Mrs. Blowers,
, n ... r e-
Mrj. Fred Cook and Mrs. C. E. Sim
mons formed a party motoring to St.
r, , ... jw
Petersburg today and Mr. and Mrs.
. f ,.
lister Lucas left this afternoon.
A MEMORIAL TO MAJOR DADE
Senator Crosby and
Koonce Seek to Have a Park
Established in Sumter
, ., .
Tallahassee, Apnl 18. Every ef-
fort will be made by Senator Crosby
and Representative Koonce to obtain
avoraoie acwon on uieir measures
sending in the Senate and House
which would appropriate $5000 for
the purpose of taking steps to estab-!
lish a park in Sumter county as a'
memorial to Major Dade -of the Unit-!
ed States army, and 105 officers and'
men wno were massacred uec. zs,
1835, by the Seminole Indians. The
site of the massacre is a short di3-i
tance south of St. Catherine, where
the Seaboard Air Line railway from
Jacksonville to Tampa crosses the
Atlantic Coast Line between Lees Lees-burg
burg Lees-burg and Croom, and is only a few
hundred yards from the Seaboard
The appropriation would be utilized
for the purchase of not more than SO
nor less than 20 acres of land which
Senator Fletcher declares he is confi confident
dent confident would be taken over and main maintained
tained maintained by the federal government.
Major Dade, seven other officers and
102 enlisted men were on a march
from Tampa to St. Augustine and
were camping for the night when the
Indians attacked them- Only four
men escaped. One of these was killed
the next day but the other three suc succeeded
ceeded succeeded in returning to Tampa. The
bodies of the slam were buried where
SLOW BECAUSE THEY
WANT TO BE SLOW
I New York. April 18. Ten days of
police activity in enforcement of the
new state prohibition laws resulted in
more than 600 arrests in Manhattan,
or enough, if each prisoner is indicted
and tried by jury, to occupy the court
for two years, officials said. The court
before which under the state prohibi
tion laws all indicted persons must
be tried, normally handled only 300
cases last year.
Salvation Amy Receives from Him
Five Thousand Dollars Worth
of Silver Speech
j Cincinnati, April 19. President
j Harding has r.ot only enthusiastically
endorsed ths Salvrtion Amy's 1S21
home service campaign, it wag an announced
nounced announced here today, but has contribut-
ed $0C0 to the Salvationists toward
erecting a $40,000 army corps build
:ng in nis home town of Marion.
STRIKE IN SIGHT
Tampa, April 19. The electrical
workers' wi ge contract with thetr!
employes expired today and the work- j
ers will hold a. meeting to decide
whether to accept a cut. The em-
ployers offered them work at reduced i
Sl tAl.UI KI I EK
New York, April 19 Police head-
quarters today received a renort that
i the body of the woman found yester
day in the East river has been identi
fed as that cf Mrs. Jessie Hardvi,ut ""ended to show how there is
MacKave. suffraeist and writer, who
yesterday ran away from her husband
at the Grand Central station after
threatening suicide. Her husband
?ays she was sufferine from a ner
;W,LL ASK LEGISLATURE
TO PASS LOCAL OPTION
SUNDAY BASEBALL LAW
! St- Augustine, April 19. Ministers
of St- Augustine at a meeting last
, Friday protested against Sunday golf,
moving pictures, theatrical attrac-
,plate with two men down in the last
' half of the ninth and after spectators
I had begun to leave the park.
ine tur.aay baseball situation is
peculiar. A state law prohibits
games on that day but the city of
PriciAl'i c r n f m 11 1mw mm
acted several years ago by the legis-
'lature can stuge them legally. On
. 4 ,
the Fast Coast Sunday baseball has
been popular several years. Games
:have been played here on Sunday the
uic uu ainajs arc uu iuuiu,
. ''confining their activities to the pre pre-Representative
Representative pre-Representative f r,,,. nj f l !.,:,
, automobiles ar.d spectators away from
the foul lines.
! From one end to the other of the
- t tW .-, ,frn ,mt-immt
f fo baseball r.A ,ffnrt. win
;te made at the present of the
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1921, 5 passenger Touring Car
1920, 5 passenger Touring Car
$ 1920, 2 passenger Roadster
t- 1918, 5 passenger Touring Car
h 1919, 7 passenger Touring Car
g 1916, 7 passenger Touring Car
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Opposite Foundry Ocala, Florida
Extreme Disorder Exists in Some
Cities in Consequence of the
Rome, April 19. Conditions of ex extreme
treme extreme disorder are reported in north northern
ern northern central Italy, where parties of ex extreme
treme extreme nationalists have been in arm armed
ed armed conflict with socialists and corn
' munis ts almost daily the last week.
- .The disorders are the outgrowth cf
! partisan feeling aroused by the elec-
toral campaign now in progress, and
appear to center about Florence and
other Tuscan cities- Upwards of a
score ox persons were killed in the
EXCHANGE TO WORK
FOR UNIFORM PACK
termination to km th. fia-m
citrus Exchange fu2j equal to the
marketing necessities of the situation
developed by the rapidly increasing
production of grapefruit and oranges
wa sthe keynote of th conference of
; local association managers several
d a fa Tampa.
1 I h W.AA1 a m 1
-uiij as prrceaea uy an
( exB1D,t or Inut fron practically all
!tne eh2e packing houses in the
-niformity of grading. Persons pres-
1 ent wJO een ke similar exhibits
several Tear ago, expressed them-
i eves freely as deeply gratified by
! tne notbI improvements in grade
I11 pack during the intervening
A motion to restrict the use of the
C.1 J A A J I .
owkujwwv iraacmarK 10 certain
grades of fruit was considered at
length but failed to prevail. In the
discussion it was brought out that
Florida Citrus Exchange members
have an asset of great value in this
trade name and that practically all cf
them desire to have their fruit sold
thereunder. Further there was de developed
veloped developed the existence of a general
disposition on the part of growers to
recognize the importance of growing
a better quality of fruit, and the as assurance
surance assurance of better prices.
Dr Ross, chairman, made an elo eloquent
quent eloquent speech, in which he graphically
described the adverse conditions which
had to be surmounted in this season's
fruit selling campaign. He outlined
the problems whic hare growing out
of the greater volume of fruit that
must be marketed with each succeed succeeding
ing succeeding year.
Dr. Ross showed that the groves
now coming into hearing place upon
the exchange more and more respon responsibility,
sibility, responsibility, since it is the only factor
that has advertised and demonstrated
the food and health value of Florida
grapefruit and oranges.
NEW RECTOR FOR OLD TRINITY
New Yrk. April 19 Rev. Samuel
Smith Drury of St. Paul's church,
Concord, N. H was today elected
rector of Trinity church on lower
Broadway to succeed Bishop-elect
Wm. T. Manning.
This is a Studebaker year. tf
OCALA EVENING STAR, TUESDAY, APRIL 19, 1921
to see he was succeeding. And he in j
return hands out the following gross j
i untruth: "Join with the Star andj
BRUCE CAN SHOOT
County Commissioner R. B. MefTert Editor Star: At the annual meet-
Ocaia Evening Star
: : loth like nublications in the tearing of Marion, whose three or four thou- ', ine of the Florida Library Association :
t'i,iiiied Ewry Day Eiem Smj ij down of every vestige of advancement j sand personal friends in this county held in Ocala April 13-14, 1921, thejjT;
STAR PUBLISHING COMPANY- in agricuiturai development." cail him "Bruce" for short, went to 'foil owing resolutions were unani- Jyj
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IL, It. Carroll. Prellat
V. Leatenisooa, Seretary-Trrer
J. II. BenjamlB. Editor
In one place Mr. Shearer says: 'Jacksonville Saturday and had a lit-,
"XTftTir cin. it th mai-kptine- bureau) !tle contest w;tn tne JacKsonvuie eun-;
. v &...r - n t
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has proved its userumess.
And right jners.
ReFolved, thr.t we the librarians JAJ
n. a-: j t : t
ve see mm memionea in mis j ox me r ionaa irary association in f v
Ion a little further he says: "During! wise in the Times-Union:
; convention assembled, wish to ex
the last 12 to 18 months, the farmers j "Bruce MeSfert, a visitor from
press our sincere appreciation and I
Entered at Ocala, Fla., postofflce in a nUmber of instances, have grum-i Ocala, and Tom Aycock, a well known thanks for the royal treatment ac-.IvS
bled at not being able to get efficient local shooter, put up some fine shoot- ; corded us by the citizens and the j &
service thru the bureau." ir.g yesterday afternoon at the traps librarians of Ocala. j Sgr
In the first place he argued that the ? of the Duval Gun club. MefTert won i "Resolved, that a copy of these
bureau was all right, so as to try to j the regular program event, shatter-i resolutions Le spread on the minutes
justify its continuance. In the sec-; ing forty-eight out of fifty targets. and also that copies be sent to the
ond he said it had given poor service, Aycocs won the special event, shat-; Ocala Star, the O ala Banner and to
iiainfl Of Bee FIve-Oae
Editorial Ueparlnaeat Tw-Srfi
SovXtt Uorter ..... ....FlveOaa
MEMBER SJSOClATED PRESS
"be Associated Press Is exclusively i ommnii. tr'.r o- fr, -r v.rino nut nf ftftv TV-.;;tQ .,V1? m-.-r-.
-xiUtied for the use for republication of as "iusc b - w.v .w...
all news euspatenea creanea w n "tion iv-as fcOine snooung, consiaering me
aoWh"aiC"w. pab No use to ask which shell the pea, high winds that made the targets do
vil rights of republication or specia ,,- Tt ,1T,r wh. !ai kinds of stunts making the shoot
Mr. Shearer tells us how the farm-.irg somewhat difficult.1
i.-uatciiea herein are also reserved.
. i t. 'r-1 j u'eruiDTiav n 1TIT.I
$6.viers OI mirxy-xwo states
Gtrtruie E. Mann,
Grace E. Moase,
I am glad to hare the opporunity
such institutions. He hasn't 'had his shooting eye, with him
tcrday. He is a strong derotee of the
growers, stockmen, etc., oi tne great ; snooting game ana is now organizing.
? H gated'
6 told how the farmers, truckers, fruit
One year, in advance
ix months, in advance
i uree ftionths, in advance ....
Mi:e montii. in advance
advertising KAiKS maioritv of the states have formed'a club in Ocala
Ulaplayt Plate i& cents pr men u i m -mnsccunve
insertions. Alternate lnaer- I district, county and township asso-
tions H per cent additional. Composi-j .Tr,0T,.0 rt u -tifp
r,r.n rhare n that run less man ciations, at no expense to tne state,
sii times cecs i ?5. ?2 1 and are successfully marketing their
r,.a on 4-inch minimum. Lss tnan nroducts at very little expense to
iour lricnes Will lane nigner rans
wh.ch will be furnished upon applies
1 1 1 r.
lieaOinK Notleeai S cents per line for
first insertion; 3 cents per line for each
mihsfuuent insertion. one cnange
week allowed on readers without extra
f r.mnfisitinn harires.
Legal advertisements u legal rates
'insti-i "Bruce MefTert a visitor from Ocala of sending to vo
yes- j resclut'ous. Vf-r;
a cpy oi tne aoove
Fec'v. Fla. Lnbrarv Assn.
Gainesville. Aciil 15.
STOPPING THE SPIGOT
A few days agoin discussing pub public
lic public affairs, we wrote a few lines that
were not very complimentary to the
state marketing bureau. Of it we
said: "It can't alter prices up nor
down. It can't obtain cars nor
tracks. It is presided over by a large,
r(ni;il man who e-oes around and
What ails Mr. Shearer, anyhow?
Is it possible that he wants a little
Would he take Mr. Rhodes job if
Well say he would.
He'd jump at it like a trout at a
nice, long worm.
There are other offices, too.
If he could get into one of them by
the farmer vote, how smart he'd think j
he was. The farmers would think he
clear was to' n a while they
would think they were not.
Mr. Shearer makes many state-
You will be more than delighted
when you try a box of our delicious
L g Cabin Candy, and our Martha
Washington Candy. THE VOGUE is
at ye- service. Phone 580 or 558 for
cuick uelivery of our QUALITY ICE
MEETING Of WOMAN'S CLUB
This is a Studebaker year. tf
i V 1 J 1 i- 1 1 I
V III IclLHl-JS Willi lli iiwv-ic. I ,
i 4.u f. some of them. In one place he says:
it sends out for the newspapers to
cr f h,ff that th farm- "elc 13 vy"1' "c 6U,""UI Ji
r.nA fmm thpir 'The state marketing bureau is an es-
CIS (.aU uuiaiil
la T. is nuhlic
tlllULUitUiai JVUi AAMa) X 1 1 . j i
business shoving itself in the way of & x,
, A, i i support it wiinoui siini
private, for there are several organi- tn
zations in the state doing the
WUIIV, , , n
reason wnj viic uvoi. viow-
STATIONERY VEEK OFFERINGS
Fancy Box Paper in Seven
Per Box 75c Upward
I arfie ornrn inn n e r H onithinrr c? r
the state marketing bureau is that it If
.... 1. 1 rppnmmend full and adenuate sud-
c r . ,4- ; rhnn Irl ho I x
lOI Ul. Vjruveillllicill, xa, ui saii.'- I , i i j
fe . fPAl thaf hv so doinpr wo will receive
what they can't do for themselves.
Pjiternalism is eovernment doing for ' i
. j , wnicn is ainerent.
for themselves. It always results m . r
... Inioc wo r-milH niflr nut- nf Mr Shearer
favoritism, slack work and higher f .vn.o
taxes. The state marketing bureau
was organized not loner aeo. At the
Cordrey will 2
do our hauli
anybody else. Prompt Service
Saturday aftc-rr.con at the meeting
of the Wo:ii:i:i'j Club the program
was in charge of Mbs Shelton Souter,
teacher of h;.to? v at the high school,
when the following very fine exer
cises were enjoyed:
Florida Indians" Miss Annie
French Settlement in Florida"
Miss Mildred Cro?bv.
S cithern Queen'
if it was worth while?
If he can't do any better with the j
I i"v a ilr'iT-i-r rr kinno 11 na V o A ct t tYr
neau ui it is a laigc men U ;v, Vii0 Kfm. v,o
. 1 IbU 111 11 b OVtAVVA UV1111V X Vi 11V.
and honest as wen as geiuai. ana and educat,on
far he has attended to business and
He has undoubtedly
done very well.
We have been reading the no-fence
-i 1 t ? c nave itauiug bii a v
helped the farmers some and we have lmendment legislature win
uouot ne win tuunuuc ii
... nmKaWv suhmif tn nennle in 1025.
them as long as he can. But he will f , .f -,
not stay there forever. In the next
campaign or the next one his office
will become a political plum. He will
have to take one side or the other, or
resign, which last he will probably do.
His successor will be a politician, a
friend of the successful candidate,
and said successor will fill the minor
places with his favorites. The work
will be incompetent, the results neg negligible,
ligible, negligible, the people will lose faith in
it and take their business back to
private enterprise. This is what has
always happened to state-managed
business and always will until human
It seems like our remarks on this
matter got under the tender hide of
our bright and busy little friend, Mr.
H. L. Shearer. He rushed to the res rescue
cue rescue of his large and genial friend, Mk
Rhodes, who probably considers him,
from a political standpoint, a denied
nuisance. He inquired of the Star if
he could reply and was assured that
he could. He brought in his little
piece Monday and it was promptly
printed, although it was not what we
exnected. We supposed he would
give us a civilly written article, giv
ing what he believed to be facts. In
stead, he gave a large proportion of
his space to attempted criticism of
No paper is bound to print attacks
on itself, especially when they are un
truthful and read like they are ma
licious, and when they are printed it
is generally the custom of the editor
to blue pencil them. However, the
Star published Mr. Shearer's series of
spasms in full. We were not alto
gether disinterested in this, because
we knew his demagogy would be ap
parent to every reader.
On the Star's subscription list there
are the names of many farmers who
subscribed to the paper years before
Mr. Shearer came to Florida, and they
know that the Star knows that not
only its brefcd and butter but that of
all other people come from the farm
and that it has always stood up for
their rights. They do not take the
paper as an act of charity but be
cause they like to read it, and find it
usef ul to them. Perhaps Mr. Shearer
likes the smell of fertilizer tags bet
ter than the Star's ink, but if he
wants to know how important his
subscription is to the Star, he should
fill a bucket with water, stick his
finger into the water and pull it out,
before. If the amendment wins, the
entire state goes no-fence, and peo-;
pie who made and sell barbed wire
gather in a fortune. Any county or
community that doesn't want no no-fence,
fence, no-fence, can ask for a local option elec-
ion, and if it can keep its cattle alive
until after the election can maybe
save them. A big corporation can
buy a string of forties around ten
thousand acres vof wild land and use
it all. It seems to the Star that if
we have any no-fence law it should
be a local option law, from a precinct
up, and not from the entire state
The House of Representatives at
Tallahassee has passed the Senate
resolution to investigate the Catts
administration. It has made some
amendments, which will require the
bill going into conference. It is pro
posed to include the board of pardons
in the investigation, which will prob probably
ably probably be made by some grand jury.
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Song, "Florida, My Florida'
chorus of h:?h r.chool girls.
panied by Mrs. Cole.
"Spanish Settlements" Miss Mar Margaret
garet Margaret Hocker.
"Miscellaneous Fr.cts of Florida
History" MIks Annie MacKay.
" "Heroes of Tlorida History" Miss
"Florida as We Know It" Harris
song Miss Rulv Eiwards.
An invitation from the Twentieth
Century Club cf Gainesville, to attend
their Reciprocity Day, April 25th,
from 10 o'clock in the morning until
4 o'clock in the afternoon, was read
by the secretary.
Mrs. Walter Hood announced that
the unveiling of tha bronze tablets on
the stone pillars at the entrance to
Tuscawiila. Park would take place
Mav :J0th, at which time every one Is
requested to wear a red poppy in
memory of the heroes of Flanders
Mrs." Geovre Martin, chairman of
the art committee, will take orders
for these pernies, at 10 cents apiece
up to and including Saturday, April
It was a pleasure to every one to
have present Mrs. Alfred Beck of
Fort Lauderdale, who brought greet greetings
ings greetings from her club and expressed her
happiness at the opportunity of meet
ing wit hthe Ocala club again.
ENGLISH LONG CLOTH
worth about 23c yard
Wednesday and Thursday
For 10-yard Bolts
36-in. PAJAMA CHECKS
Worth 25 cents yard
Wednesday and Thursday
Now that the postmaster general
requires railway mail clerks to go
armed we look for a slump in the
train robbing industry. Times-Un- :
Can't see. why it hasn't been done
Why is this appalling condition of
the schools of Florida being shouted
so widely over the state just when
the legislature has convened? Tam Tampa
pa Tampa Tribune.
Just see who's shouting it.
The New York legislature, which
has just adjourned, has reduced the j
expenses of its state by ten million
dollars for the current year. A hint ;
to Florida solons. j
Eon't take purgatives for Con Constipation
stipation Constipation tliey act harcaly
tney overstrain the delicate
membrane anTl leave tfcc
Bowels In a worse condition
3t2ian be lore, u
with Con Constipation,
stipation, Constipation, Sickllcad Sickllcad-ache.
ache. Sickllcad-ache. In Indigestion,
digestion, Indigestion, SoorStom-
MISSION STUDY CLASS
The mission study class of the
Methodist church met with Mrs. G. C.
Barnctt, Monday afternoon at four
o'clock. The study wis on South
America and the leader, Mrs. Barnett
had a well selected program. At the
close of the meeting the hostess as assisted
sisted assisted by her daughter. Miss Ullaine
Earnett, served refreshments.
Mr.. Walter Hood,
Supt. Study and Publicity.
THE FASHION CENTER"
Hi HHrt)HTHOHHHTtiOs jTtJrrr'Kftff'HT iOit'HOHItfOHOiHHOi
I B A E BALL I
Commenting upon the superior ex excellence
cellence excellence of Federal Bakory rolls, one
customer says "Decidedly different
and deucedly dainty." lG-Gt
Will prcve a mcney saver
to ihcze v:ho buy hex pa paper
per paper crd cortespendence
cards Afiil 20-27. See
ihe lir.es of Eerlin-Jcnes
lAtrnf ntf J
The following invitation is being
"Mr. and Mrs. R. D. Stokes give in
marriage their daughter, Abbie to Mr.
Charles H. Gray, April twenty-fourth. ;
nineteen hundred twenty-one.. Sunday!
morning, twelve o'clock. Cedar Grove
church, Gaiter Fla. You are invited
to be present."
Miss Stokes is the daughter cf Mr.
and Mrs. R. D. Stokes and by h.v
sweet disposition and attrrctiw ir.ar.-
acb, Dizziness Biliousness,
IViervonsness, or loss ot Appe-tite-flon't
hesita1e-Get a boWe
oi CARTER'S LITTLE LIVE!;
PILLS take one alter cac'a
meal and one at bedtime. A
lew days treatment will put
Stomach, Liver and Doweis in
Genuine most btar slianlnre tcttcrC
Small PHI Saudi Lose SmaU I rke
NEED3AJ.I MOTOR CO.
Genera! Ai;!o Repairing
Gasoline, Oils and Grease
UED CARS TOR SALE
Cars Washed .-$1.00
'Cars Polished 50
Okluwaha Ave. & Orange St
AT OCALA BASEBALL PARK
Wednesday and 1 m trail I
Thursriav fii iLUii Mi.
Game called at 4:30 P. M.
One, 2 ton Federal with logging
One, 2 ton Federal (NEW) with
stock rack body.
One, 1 ton Maxwell with new
stock rack body.
One, 1 ton Maxwell platform
One, 1 1-4 ton Garford platform
One, Dodge delivery car.
L A A A A A i
Kaising the Family- surepakno.vswa
ner has won for herself a wide circle
end then looksee how big a hole hejof friends, who wish to.- L:r every
has made. One thing: certain, he may : happiness in her manivd Lfe. Mr.
cut off his subscription but he will go, Gray is a snbstant'r.I ana prosperous
on reading the. Star, if he has to bor-; merchant cf riemintor.. The couple
row it from a neighbor. (after their marriage will make their
The Star has always treated Mr. 'home in Flemington.
Shea- er nicely. It greatly approved
his efforts to organize the farmers.) Meet me at the U;"c:i S;at:cn;
We have oft?n sHvPf! tho farmprs to Restaurant for a rerular family style
tellincr thpm that in union dinner Best dinner in the state for 73'
lay their strength. We gave them
such advice many times before they
heard of Mr. Shearer, but we are glad
cents. Eat and drink all you want, j
Dinner 11 a. m. to 2:30 p. m. Owned'
and operated by 100 Americans, tf I
r'fccL-mEufcvecr Vevel e eo? sr! L ( SURE:1. j S slkyy
- U. p jr lwTtimTi6HAI.CATOOCatT. jj f- i 593 1
OCALA EVENING STAR, TUESDAY, APRIL 19, 1921
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'
Jresses, silks, satins, crepes
J and fancy woolens. All the
latest methods are used in-
eluding the French Dry
AH orders receive prompt
attention, and goods are call called
ed called for and delivered in any
)art of the city. All work
This department is under
the personal supervision of
Mr. F. W. Broderick.
Out of town orders solicit solicited.
ed. solicited. We pay return parcel
post on all work.
Walkley & Barnett
Berlin-Jones and Crane's
Fancy Box Paper and Correspond Correspondence
ence Correspondence Cards at 75c and
upwards per box
C. Cecil Bryant
Room 22 Holder Block
PHONE 195 OR 332
PRACTICAL CONTRACTOR AND
Careiul estimates made on all co.i
tract work. Gives more and better
work fr the money than any other
contracior in the city.
Dependable f Spark Plugs
This Is a
nil Km, r-vi
hauling and moving
STATIONERY WEEK SPECIALS
Writing Papers, bine,
grey, white, lavender,
pink, salmon and old
pearl, at per box75c
and upward, April
STURDY LADS NEfcD
That COMBINE BEAUTY
and WEARING QUALITY
MEETS THE DEMAND
BECAUSE! IT IS REIN REINFORCED
FORCED REINFORCED HEEL, TOE end
KNEE, AND HAS A
FASTNESS end BEAUT.
OF COLOR THAT CAN CAN-NOT
NOT CAN-NOT BE EQUALED.
M.'FISHEL & SON
t m an easr matte
mplr wetasoom. 1
w Ant Po.Aon
With Bogart'a Wonder Ant PoUoa
place it where an ts appear.
They eat Bogart'o
Wonder Ant Poison
quickly and carry it to their nests. la
a few hour you'll ba absolutely rid jt
Ask ynur irnqqitf l-jt2j
cent bottle 1 f lm c-n t '.up '.up-ply
ply '.up-ply you tt'e tvi'l do r.o on
receipt of 30 cenft.
The Bogrt Cc.Ec.jury
Dayton Beach Sea Cree.
This is a Studebaker year.
And see how well we are prepared
to fix your Automobile on Short
Notice. We are located on North
Main Street, opposite the Ocala
f """' i Far SMLor Can
,-.:' il2r Isn't it worth while to
S ear glasses if they will
'r--Yj free VOQ from headache?
DR. K. J. WEIHE.
Optometrist and Optician
CYLINDERS RE-BORED AND
GEO, J. WILUAMS
Formerly Carroll Motor Company
Garage, Osceola St.
PHONE 597 Night 408
Our Specialty Is
MAZON & CO.
fcttween Ten Cent Store and Gerig'a
Arrival and departure of passenger
trains at OCALA UNION STATION.
The following schedule figures pub published
lished published as information and not guar guaranteed.
anteed. guaranteed. (Eastern Standard Time)
SEABOARD AIR LINE RAILROAD
2:20 am Jacksonville-N'York 2:10 am
1:55 pm Jacksonville 1:50 pm
4:17 pm Jacksonville 3:50 pm
2:lo am Tampa-
Manatee-St Petrsbrg 4:05 pm
2:55 am N'York-St. Petrsbrg 1:35 am
2:15 am Tampa 2:15 am
1:50 pm Tampa-Manatee 1:35 pm
4:05 pm Tampa-St. Petrsbrg 4:05 pm
ATLANTIC COAST LINE R. R.
j 2:27 am Jacksonville-N'York 2:33 am
i 1:45 pm Jksonville-Gainsville 3:24 pm
6:42 am Jksonville-Gansville 10:13 pm
33 am St.Petsbrg-Lakeland 2:27 am
9i nm Rt.Pptshra'-T.flkpland 1:25 nm
17:10 am T")nr.nellon-Wilcox
7:25 am Dunellon-Lkeland 11:03pm
6:6V pm iiomosassa i:zpm
10:15 pm Leesburg 6:42 am
4:45 pm Gainesville 11:50 am
Monday, Wednesday, Friday.
Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday.
All children's hose excepting; Won Wonder
der Wonder Hose on sale, lGc. this week at
FISHEL'S. Not only two pairs to a
customer. FISHEL'S. 18-6t
-..'-; r-r-r Civ Tl
tl 11 1
ll UCHAMPtOMUII ill
Ocala, Fla., April 5, 1921.
The board of county commissioners exempt. The above action was taken
met in regular session with Commis- on opinion of Ernest Amos, comp comp-sioners
sioners comp-sioners R. B. Meffert, G. A. Waters, troller, based on the statutes and at
R. L. Gybu'rn and J. A. Talton pres- ; the request of a committee from said
if Minutes of meetings from March
8th to March 26th, 1S21, were read ; stricken from the pauper list and
and approved. (warrant No. 11642 for $3 was ordered
Commissioner E. B. Weathers met cancelled,
with the board. Warrant was ordered drawn on the
Mr. B. S. Jennings appeared in re-' agricultural fund favor K. C. Moore
gard to his taxes. for $ 66.67 for services -- as county
Mr. Denham appeared in regard to t demonstrator for portion of the
being assessed with automobile and j month of March.
not owning one, also asking that road j Warrant was ordered drawn on the
commencing at old wire road and ; outstanding indebtedness fund in the
connecting with the Lowell and Sparr' amount of $1000 in favor of the Ocala
road, recently granted, be opened. National Bank to retire outstanding
Mr. Avery appeared and objected validated road fund warrant No. 43,
to road petitioned for to run diagon- ; and warrant on the same fund favor
ally across his land. of the Munroe & Chambliss National
Upon motion of Commissioner Wa- Bank in amount of $2000 to retire
ters the petitior.3 requesting roads as outstanding validated road warrants
follows weer ordered tabled: Nos. 7 and 8.
Commencing at David Sellers' at Warrants on the outstanding in in-jthe
jthe in-jthe point where the mail route sur- debtedness fund were ordered drawn
jvey came into the old road, following to retire coupons on outstanding in-
the old road to the corner of Hosea
Sellers' fence, a northwesterly direc-
tion about one-half mile to intersect
with the Astor and Oca!a road, thence
a!onr the Astor and Ocala road about
one mile and a quarter to the south-
west corner of the Avery grove,
thence alontr old road in southwest-
erly direction about one mile to
Commencing at a point 13.56 chs n
of the quarter section post on the s
line of sec 19 tup lfi s r 25 e and
bein in the Moss Bluff and Daytona
road, thence n on said quarter sec line
chs to George Miller s re cor thence said time warrant,
w 15.90 chs to a pt near as practical The board ordered that the follow follow-to
to follow-to Long Lake, thence n 20 deg w 9.25 inpr transfers of funds be made::
chs thence n 5 and 50 min e 6.45 In the road fund: $200 for over over-chs
chs over-chs to a point at II. P. Gripgs' house, seers account; $150 from paint and
thence n 26 deg w IS chs thence n 2 repair bridges account; $850 from
deg and 30 min w 10 chs thence n 8 j contingencies account; $680 to paid
deg w 10 chs thence n 20 deg w 10;for free labor; $270 to gasoline and
chs thence in a northwesterly direc-' oil account; $213 to feeding and care
tion 28.80 chs to the sw cor of S. J. of convicts account; $37 to tools and
McKinney's field near his house in the j machinery, cost and repairs account,
ne quarter .of 13-16-24, thence n 2 n the general fund: $250 from re re-deg
deg re-deg w 5.38 chs thence n 2S deg and ; pairs to county buiWings; $246 from
45 min e 8.20 chs thence n 40 deg and insurance account; $74 from widows'
30 min e 11.93 chs thence n 14 deg 30 ; pension account; $200 from expense
min e 12.54 chs thence n 12 deg w Gf election account; $70 to record
8.65 chs to a point near David Sellers' ; books account; $420 to contingencies
home in the se quarter of sec 12,:account; $210 to stationery account;
thence following the old road near j 570 to advertising required by law.
near as practical 2 miles to a point j And directed the clerk to write the
about quarter-mile s of Electra in the ; comptroller and request that he ap ap-present
present ap-present public road. j pr0Ve said transfers.
A committed of citizens of Weirs-: Application for widow's pension of
dale called' in regard to condition ofD?Ha Neelson was presented and re re-roads
roads re-roads in their vicinity. ; fused on account of arriving too late
A committee called and presented ; as th;s account has been closed for the
to the board a petition requesting the!vear
placing of Linadale precinct of this! The following bonds were approv approv-county
county approv-county in the incorporation of Lakeed: As notary public, Julia M. Liddell
county. jwith American Surety Co.; Mamie E.
Mr. Brit Sanders called in regard ox with F. W. Ditto and R. L. Mar Mar-to
to Mar-to damages to his lot on the Dixie ;tin as sureties; J. P. Phillips with J.
highway in North Ocala. r. Owens and W. T. Gary as sureties;
.City Attorney F. R. Hocker called ;r. l. Van Osten with American
and stated that the city of Ocala de-
sired to extend a power line along the as constable for district No. 20, with
edge of the Dixie highway betweeN;j. g. Blitch and George Bolander as
Ocala and Reddick, which upon mo- j sureties.
tion of Commissioner lalton was re
ferred to the county attorney to ascer-
tain if same is legal, with a view to
granting said request.
Upon motion S. P. Burton and
George Stephens were appointed to e(j drawn to cover bills duly examin examin-serve
serve examin-serve on road commission in lieu of edt passed and ordered paid, to-wit:
S. D. Souter and Homer Luffman, ap-i General fund. No. 11491 to 11681,
poitned Feb. 8th, 1021. i $4,293.89; fine and forfeiture fund,
Application of S. II. Christian for
redemption of lot 4 S. J. Greene add
Ocala at face of certificate and omit omitted
ted omitted years taxes was refused1 because
no reasons were given to justify same
in accordance with requirement of
Upon motion of Commissioner Tal
ton the board recommended to the ;
comptroller that he allow Yf. K. Ze-
wadski to redeem lots 12 42 1276 1-260!
1334 1801 1863 1813 lol9 1821 182;
1833 1903 1911 1274 1S90 1905 of the:
tow nof Dunr.ellon and to allow J. M.
Bardsdale as trustee for the minor!
children of D. G. Watkins, deceased, j
to redeem lots 531 1831 1825 1809
1815 1887 18S5 ISjD 312 1319 1857;
313 1251 1861 123 532 1315 1829 1817 ;
811 1901 383 19S9 1833 18S1 1823;
1264 1265 1271 1270 and 1235 of the
town of Dunnellon at the face value
of certificates covering said lots and:
omitted years taxes without interest j
o naccount of said property having j
been in litigation since 1914, and the :
revenue from said property in the;
hands of its trustee being insufficient
to pay the costs of the regular re
Bill of Ocala Banner in amount of i
$1.62 against the Dunnellon special
road and bridge district was approved j
and sent to the trustees of said dis-
trict for payment.
The board adjourned to meet April;
6th. The board reconvened with all
Mr. W. W. Clyatt appeared in the:
interest of the Metropolitan Savings aiid rrotecxive v-Taer ox x.il. mnn
Bank, presenting a 'communication! the second and fourth Tuesday eye eye-from
from eye-from W. L. Colbert, tax assessor, jr-ings of each month. Visiting breth-
stating that he would assess on the!"" VT.X W S. k
. b r .tpstairs over Troxlera and the ooo
1 bank described as lot 70 ft n and s by 1
75 ft e and w in nw cor of block 53
O. S. Oeaia, at valuation of iooou, i
which he considered a fair valuation
in comparison with ether assess- jg
ments. The board considering the3
J present valuation of $7000 on said
; pronertv to be excessive, upon motion
! recommended to the comptroller that;
he allow the Metropolitan Savings:
Bank to redeem certificate No. 1259-
!o? June 5th, 1916, at face value andj
omitted years taxes upon valuation of j
Upon motion duly carried the tax!
collector was instructed to report j
assessment of the Masonic lodge at
Ocala as an error for. 1920 assess assess-i
i assess-i ment, and the tax assessor was in-
structed to assess said
George Washington was ordered
debtedness warrants as follows:
Ocala National Bank. No. 1, $150;
T. P. Drake. No. 2, $150; L. B. Care,
No. 3, ?G0; W. B. Coggins, No. 4,
$120; A. Aver, No. 5, $90; Mrs. N. A.
Fort, No. 6, $30.
The county depository was directed
to charere to the road fund of Marion
Elec-'county $3000 time warrant due April
Warrants were ordered drawn in
favor of the Ocala National Bank on
the outstanding indebtedness fund iu
amount of $50 and on the road fund
in amount of $40 to pay interest on
Surety Co., and bond of O. S. Sanders
, The countv iudee. county denosi-
tory, sheriff, tax collector, justices cf
peace and inspectors of marks and
-brands made reports.
The following warrants were order-
No. 7756 to No. 7791. $423.07; road
fund No. 14670 to No. 14735, $1981.54;
agricultural fund, No. 728 $66.87;
outstanding indebtedness fund. No.
99 to No. 107, $3650; state aid road
!fUnd, No. 1060 to No. 1067, $104.60
There being no further business the
! board thereupon adjourned
R. B. Meffert, Chairman.
T. D. Lancaster Jr., Clerk.
USED CAR "BARGAINS
One Stearns-Knight eight.
One 6-cylinder 5-passenger Over-
One small five-passenger Overland,
One Chevrolet Baby Grand.
One 1919 Maxwell touring car.
One Maxwell 1-ton truck.
Anyone wishing a real car bargain
j on easy terms should call and look
these over. B. F. CONDON,
i8-6t Ocala. Fla.
; 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
T. C. Carter, N. G.
Frank G. Churchill, Secretary.
OCALA LODGE No. 286, B. P. O. E.
Ocala Lodge No. 286. Benevolent
C. Y. Miller. E. R.
Geo. MacKay I Co.
Two Licensed Embalraers
Motor Funeral Cars
Private Morgue and Chapel
Day Phone 47
Night Phone 515
G. B. Overton, Manager
STAFF OF LIFE
Phone us your order for Flour
Light House Self Rising
Light House Self Rising Flour
Omega. King of all Pastry Flour
Omega, King of all Pastry Flour
Cottolene. No. 10 pail $1.25
Armour's Simon pure Leaf Lard, 5 lb. bucket 1.15
e. b. wemriNGTON
Two Phones, 377 and 162
' ; a
WE HAVE THE TIRE YOU WANT
WHEN YOU WANT IT
"SERVICE" Our Motto
UNITED STATES TIRES HOOD TIRES
SINCLAIR MOTOR OILS
CARS WASHED AND POLISHED
KUMBAK SERVICE STATION
THE WINDSOR HOTEL
In the hean of the :ity with Hemming Park for a front yard.
Every modern convenience in each room. Dining room serrka la
second to non
ROBERT M.1 MEYER,
Look M Tiicse Prices
We are. glad to report another drop
in the price 0! CRISC0
1 pound tins Crisco 18c
1 pound tins of Crisco. . 27c
3 pound tins of Crisco 54c
6 pound tins of Crisco - $105
9 pound tins of Crisco L55
Think ol it, PRE-WAR PRICES
Here is a price on Pore Fruit Jams and Preserves
that we are sure will appeal to you.
In order to move this stock of Pare Fruit Jams
and Preserves, we have marked the prices down to
less than cost. The goods won't last long, so
55c jar Robin Hood Jams for 32c
60c jars Royal Scarlet Jams for. '.39c
60c and 70c jars Paul's Jams 43c
60c and 65c jars Royal Scarlet
Pure Fruit Preserves 43c
$1.15 glass jars Gordon and
Dilworth's Strawberry Preserves-'-
$1.50 glass crocks Gordon and
Dil worth's Sweet Spiced Red
Pitted Cherries ...51.00
60c jars Gordon and Dilworth's
Orange Marmalade ---38c
40c jar Skookum Apple Butter -25c
These jams and preserves consist of the fol following
lowing following fruits: Peach, Red Cherry. Strawberry,
Black Current, Apricot. Blackberry, Raspberry.
Cash and Carry
One East and one West City Square
OCA LA EVENING STAfc. TUESDAY, APRIL 19, 1921
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
...30c Loin Steaks 30c
...24c Good Roast 24c
1 7 Y2c Rib and Flank 1 5c
...23c Liver .. 24c
Pork Chops 25c Pork
Pork Stew 20c Pork
BEST OF VEAL
Veal Chops 38c
Veal Stews 20c
Veal Roast 33c
Veal Liver . . 25c
FIRST QUALITY WESTERN
Round Steak 40c Loin Steaks 40c
Good Roast 38c Good Stews 20c
Lamb Chops 50c Lamb Leg 40c
Lamb Ribs 35c Lamb Flank 25c
We ask you for your patronage and
' Thank You in advance.
If you have any society items for
the Star, please call five-one.
There's no extra charge for clean cleaning
ing cleaning your fish at the City Fish Market.
Phone 158. tf
Miss Ruth Ervin left this afternoon
for a visit with her mother in St.
All Garcia de' Ora cigars wrapped
'n tin foil; 10 cents .11 dealers. 25-lm
Nellie and Miss Leone Brooks were
guests of Miss Oda Blitch last Sue Sue-day.
day. Sue-day. Mr. J. L. Beck is spending several
days with his daughter, Mrs. W. L.
Howell at Plant Gty.
Rev. E. Lee Smith will fill his reg regular
ular regular appointment at Fellowship next
Sunday. All are cordially invited to
Miss Clarice Carter was the guest
of Miss Leone Brooks last night and
Stolen f rem ray resident on April
12. ore pcld brooch, v.heel shaped,
with large center diamond and six
smaller diamonds. One gold ring with
three opals. One gold wedding ring.
18-tf Charles S. Cullen.
ir, sp nn?s a
no damage from frost in j a most enjoyable fish fry last Tues Tues-of
of Tues-of Mr. D. J. Carroll in j day afternoon. Besides an abundance
North Ocala. lie has tomato stalks
'five feet high and cornstalks ten feet
Citra, April 15. Mr. and Mrs. W.
T. DuPree gave a few of their friends
They've a delicious taste besides
they are made in a 100 per cent san sanitary
itary sanitary shop those rolls. Federal Bak-
i ery. 16-6t
Dr. E. G. Peek left this afternoon
for Columbia, S. C, where he will at attend
tend attend a medical meeting and a class
reunion of his class of the Medical
College of South Carolina.
Our Bathing Caps are pretty and
durable. All fresh stock. Gerig's
Drug Store. tf
FLORIDA AND WESTERN MEATS, POULTRY, ETC.
The Best Quality
and Prompt Service
MAIN STREET MARKET
: STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES, FEED, ETC.
Mr. Tubby Troxler, who is connect connected
ed connected with Bennett's Pharmacy of this
city, will leave April 28th for an ex extended
tended extended tour through the East Coast
of Florida and Cuba. He expects to
return May 15th. St. Petersburg
W. K. Lane, M. DM physician and
Furgeon, specialist eye, ear, nose and
throat. Office over 5 and 10 cent store
Ocala, Fla. Adv. tf
Mrs. C. E. Carney of Ocala, will be
anions the out of town guests at the
McReynolds-Hilburn wedding which
will be an event of the 27th. Mrs.
Carjiey is a close friend of Mrs. Hil Hil-burn
burn Hil-burn and will be her guest for several
days. Palatka News.
of fried fish, salad, sandwiches,
pickles, olives, pie and coffee were
served. Those present were Mr. and
Mrs. Paul Simmons of Ocala, Mrs.
Pape, Mrs. Hunter, Mrs. Borland, Mr.
and Mrs. Driver, Mr. and Mrs. Som Som-mers,
mers, Som-mers, Dorothy Driver, James Moody
and V"illiam Driver.
Mrs. Connell and daughter, Mary,
and Oliver and Vernon Baker of In Inverness,
verness, Inverness, visited friends in Citra Sunday.
Master S. T. Carswell, after spend spending
ing spending several months at Reddick with
his mother, is again making his
home with Mr. and Mrs. S. T. Ramey.
Mr. J. R. Williams visited his fam family
ily family in Jacksonville the early part of
Mr. and Mrs. M. A. Rice and Mrs.
Hart were visitors to Ocala yester yesterday.
day. yesterday. Mr. and Mrs. Pape accompanied by
Miss Dorothy Driver spent Dart of
last week in Tampa and Clearwater.
Mr. Henry Clemmons, who was
operated on at the Marion County
Hospital last week, is reported as
Mr. Broward Sherouse has returned
from a few days visit to Ocala.
Mrs. W. A. Redditt visited her
daughter, Sophia in Orlando the first
of the week.
Mr. Madden and family of Fort
McCoy are now occupying the Moody
Mrs. Eugene Cox has returned to
her home in Atlanta.
Per Box 75c Upward
WANTED, LOST, FOUND. FOR
SALE, FOR RENT AND SIM SIMILAR
ILAR SIMILAR LOCAL NEEDS
nates: oii iukis miiimuui, k uuc,
2.V ; three times. 50c: six times. 75c:
Bertram Ibbetson & Co.,
of Atlanta, Georgia,
Will open an cfRce in the Ciamirdal Pchk Eulding
of Ocala, Florida, effective My 1st, 1921, fcr tie
practice of Accounting, Systematizing, Income Tex
Consultation and Preparation of Returns.
CSfe- jr30 pa..., ., V'-?gJW--. ?.;,
-c-?. ri 5RM J- ft w rcuri.r
You can always get fresh or salt
water fish, shrimp, etc., at the City
Fish Market on Fort King avenue.
Phone 158. tf
Mr. J. S. Pearson expects to leave
tomorrow for Jacksonville, from which
place he will sail for New York as
soon as he can secure a reservation
Mr. Pearson's destination is Edin Edin-bourgh,
bourgh, Edin-bourgh, where he expects to spend
the next three months.
If you smoke cigars why rot get
the best? "Call for Garcia de Ora;
10 cents all dealers. 25-lm
Miss Jane Chambers, little daugh daughter
ter daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Chambers,
is enjoying a visit with her grand grandmother
mother grandmother in Jacksonville. She will be
joined this evening by Mrs. Cham Chambers,
bers, Chambers, who leaves this afternoon to see
her mother and bring her daughter
MARION-DUNN MASONIC LODGE
Marion-Dunn Lodge No. 19, F. & A.
M., meets on the first and third
(hursday evenings of each month at
7:0 o'clock until further notice.
J. R. Dey. W. M.
B. L. Adams, Secretary.
250 PEACHTREE STREET
cne mqnth. $3.' Payable in adrance.
WANTED Rags ; must be well laun
dered. No sewing room scraps. Old
table or bed linen or underwear pre preferred.
ferred. preferred. Four cent per pound. Star
FOR SALE Genuine Porto Rico
plants, 8 to 12 in. long, government
inspected; no weavels r disease.
Guaranteed immediate delivery.
$1.75 per thousand, express collect.
Write for prices on vines. C. H.
Cooner, 746 Wyominia St, Ocala,
Fla. Phone 3S9. S0-tf
WANTED To rent, four or five five-room
room five-room house in a good location, close
in. Address, "House," C Star. 6f
WANTED A thoroughly competent
competent lady stenographer wants
position where ability to properly
punctuate and construct correspon correspondence
dence correspondence will be appreciated. Apply
to Competent" care Star. 14-6t
WANTED Position by first class
cook in hotel, boarding house, cafe
or private family. Apply to Ed.
Dowl, 607 N. Magnolia St. 18-3t
FOR SALE Pair of mare mules,
seven years old, sound and in good
condition; $250 "for the pair. See
B. F. Condon, Ocala, Fla. 18-6t
LOST Bunch of keys
Return to Star office.
FOR SALF, Ford touring car in first
class condition. Price $275. Apply
to R. R. Carroll. Ocala, Fla. 18-3t
vir".-:' VAl--"3-- 3- vj.- vj. -3 -3-
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
velcome to visiting brothers.
Tom Proctor, C.
Chas. K. Sage, K. of R. & S
Unclassified ads. gets results.
FOR SALi: Sweet peas. Apply to
D. E. Swindell, W. Adams street,
phone 270. 18-t
WANTED A neat, attractive, refin refined
ed refined girl to assist in confectionery
establishment.' No experience neces necessary.
sary. necessary. Apply to the Star office. 19-tf
LOST A cameo brooch Monday eve evening.
ning. evening. Reward if returned to Miss
Bruce at the .Vogue. 19-tf
Negotiable Storage Receipts Issued on Cotton, Automobiles, Etc
LONG DISTANCE MOVING
MOVE, PACK, SHIP
FORD SEDAN New tires, electric
starter, excellent mechanical con condition.
dition. condition. Must sell this week. Box
330, Ocala, Fla. 19-3t
LOST Cash, a $20, $10 and two $5
bills. Return to Collier Adams,' at
George MacKay & Co's. store and
receive reward. 19-3t
FOR SALE One piano for cash or
liberty bonds. Write "M," care the
Evening Star. 19-3t
No salesmanship necessary to Bell
rolls here after they have once been
tried. Federal Bakery. 16-t
1 t. J i(k!j
Made from Choicest Grains
and Finest Hops
Your guests will greatly enjoy a
bottle or so of delicious Ambrcsia Ambrcsia-serve
serve Ambrcsia-serve it ice-cold-with or between raeub
Order A Ca3e Sent Home
Ambrosia is sold at Restaurants, Hotels, Clubs.
Fountains, Drug and Grocery Stores
Dazira Face Powder is satisfying,
and the odor is dainty. Ask to see it
at Ger:r's Drug Store. tf
Miss Onie Chazal was hostess last
evening at the regular weekly meet meeting
ing meeting of the A club. Tere were two
tables of players, auction being the
game of the evening. Miss Blair
Woodrow was presented with an at attractive
tractive attractive prize for holding, the highest
score. Miss Marian Dewey received
the consolation prize. The hostess
served refreshments, consisting of
ice cream, cake and coffee.
Moses Grocery Company
MADE AND BOTTLED ONLY BY
CENTRAL CONSUMERS CO., Louisville, Ky.
J. II. SPENCER
W. R. PEDRICK
Full line of
All Buick Cars Equipped With
Cord Tires and Alemite
We Make a Specialty of Parts
for the Buick and the Prices are
Consistent with the Cost of Same
GOODYEAR and U.S. TIRES
Exclusive Agents fcr
IS MONTHS GUARANTEE
Battery Service Station
We maintain an up-to-date
garage with expert workmen, at
all times, assuring prompt and
1c LUBRICANT Thai RESISTS MEAT
DANGER! Carbon--A Real Danger to your Engine
Mr. W. B. Them yesterday purchas purchased
ed purchased the grain and feed business of the
John Dozier Company, in the Ocala
House block. Mr. Thorn is no stranger
in Ocala and Marion county, having
for the past few years been engaged
in stock raisin? ar.d stock buying. He
proposes carrying at all times a com complete
plete complete line of the goods carried by the
Dozier company, and expects in the
near future to add several other lines.
GASOLINE, OILS and GREASE
SPENCER-PEDRICK MOTOR CO.
Deliver me from the crab who Is
forever crawling backward, and from
the tree toad that is always yelling
about the approaching storm. Lead
me from tha poor mutt who is con constantly
stantly constantly harping about panics, profi profiteers
teers profiteers and high prices. Give me the
willing worker who sees things as
they are and is trying hard to im-
nrnve thpm hv his own service.
County Agent Gonime in Agricultural
Fellowship, April 18. This vicinity ;T;
was visited bv a lirht rain yesterday 7f
afternoon, which was very acceptable.
Mr. E. W. Carter and Miss Louise
Crumpton were the guests of Miss
Yvonnie Seckinger Sunday evening.
Mr. S. B. Brooks had the misfor misfortune
tune misfortune to let his horse fall on him,
breaking one of his ribs. We hope
he will soon be all right.
The cold snap did "quite a lot of
damage last week. Probably it was a
blessing in disguise.
Mr. J. A. Carter and family were
guests of Mrs. Rosa Seckinger last
Messrs. T. E. Carter, J. H. Clarke
and T. M. Phillips spent this morn morning
ing morning fishing in the Withlacoochee river
at the dam below Dunnellon.
Mrs. Ella Brantly and son of Her Hernando
nando Hernando are guests of her father, Mr.
E. M. Pettey and family this week.
Mr. Dennis Prine and sister, Mis
When your car isn't pulling right when
the spark plugs start to miss fire and the
engine knocks on the hills when the water
boils after a short run then you know the
engine is full of carbon again.
This carbon has been accumulating in
your engine for weeks, perhaps months.
Broken spark plugs, scored cylinders, brok broken
en broken piston rings, burnt valves, and all sorts
of mechanical difficulties are the results you
may expect. The damage begins long before
the driver at the wheel notices any trouble.
Carbon is the motorist's wrorst enemy.
"The Cause of Carbon and Dow to
Prevent Us Formation"
You need not permit your engine to be
fouled and damaged by excessive carbon de deposits.
posits. deposits. There are but two natural causes
of this rapid accumulation.
1. Inferior oil that forms sediment, or oil
that is to heavy or too light in body.
2. Too rich a gasoline mixture. (This can
be improved by a slight carburetor
Carbon is formed by ordinary lubricating
oil which breaks down under the terrific
heat of the engine 200 F. to 1,000 F. Large
quantities of sediment are formed and the
oil is left thin and watery.
This thin oil fails to hold the piston seal.
It permits the broken-down oil and sediment
to pass the pistons.
In the firing chamber, it rapidly forms
great plates of carbon.
Thus oil that forms sediment not only
damages every moving part, but forms ex excess
cess excess carbon deposits. Poor oil is the begin beginning
ning beginning of serious engine trouble.
-Solving the Sediment Problem
With the correct grade of Veedol in the
crankcase and with a proper fuel mixture,
you can drive your car thousands of miles
with less carbon than ever before. Carbon
does not form rapidly.
"Slake This Simple Test Test-Drain
Drain Test-Drain oil from crankcasa and fill with
kerosene. Run engine very slowly on its own
power for thirty seconds. Drain all kerosene.
To remove kerosene remaining in the engine
refill with one 'quart Veedol. Turn the engine
over about ten times, then drain mixture of
kerosene and oil and refill to proper level
with correct grade of Veedol.
Make a test run on familiar roads. Your
car will have a new pickup and power.
PHY MT C(D)
Main Street, Opposite Ocala Iron Works, Ocala, Florida'
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