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CAPITAL REMOVAL CLUB HEADED BY
LEADING PEOPLE OF THE COUtlTY
Every Organization in Marion Will Be
Urged to Work for Ocala
With an organization whose 'officers
v are among the leading men and worn worn-en
en worn-en of the city and county,' Ocala is
prepared to set forth her claims as
the logical location for the capital of
Florida. The officers of the Capital
Removal Club are Judge W. S. Bul Bullock,
lock, Bullock, Ocala, president; Senator W. J.
Crosby, Citra, vice president; Mrs.
.William Hocker. Ocala, vice president;
Judge Leverett E. Futch, Ocala, secre secretary;
tary; secretary; R. S. Rogers, Ocala, treasurer;
H. M. Hampton,. Ocala, campaign
An executive committee is compos composed
ed composed of the following prominent citizens
of the city and county: George Mac Mac-Kay,
Kay, Mac-Kay, Ocala; J. K. Christian, Mcin Mcintosh;
tosh; Mcintosh; J. G. Baskin, Dunnellon; C. P.
Davis,' Summerfield; N. A. Fori,
Lynne; Mrs. C. R. Tydings Sr.. Mrs.
H. C. Dozier, Mrs. Emily Green, Mrs.
C. H. Lloyd, Miss Margaret -Taylor,
W. T. Gary, J, H. Taylor, L. W. Duval,
R. S. Rogers, H. M. Hampton, R. L.
Anderson Jr R. F. Rogers. J.' E.
Chace, E. G. Peek, J, L. Edwards,
Clarence Camp, Louis H. Chazal, E.
H. Martin, J. M. Thomas, Ocala. Mr.
W. T. Gary is secretary of the ex executive
ecutive executive committee and Louis H. Cha Chazal
zal Chazal is assistant secretary.
Every organization in the city and
county will be asked to work with the
Capital Removal Club in its efforts to
have the seat of government located
in Ocala. Reports that have, been re received
ceived received from the state are most agree-
' able to Ocala., Not only is Ocala the
most centrally located city in the
state and accessible from all poitns,
both by rail and highways, but
Ocala's location in' Marion county
makes it a most desirable place for
the capital. Within the boundaries of
Marion county is found practically ev every
ery every industry found in the state as a
whole. Practically every state-wide
interest is represented in this county.
Ocala is the center of general farm farming
ing farming and live stock raising, as well as
of deciduous fruits and trucking, of
mining, lumbering, naval stores and
manufacturing, and it is interested
also, in tourists. The members of the
Capital Removal Club take the posi position
tion position that Ocala's efforts to have the
capital should be based entirely on the
general conviction that the capital
should be in the center and on the
fact that Ocala is the most central
city in Florida.
TO SCHOOL PATRONS
Announcement has already been
made that the system of mid-term
promotions will go into effect in the
Ocala schools next year. Pupils who
pass in all subjects with an unbroken
record will be placed in the next
higher grade. Others will be started
in the upper part of the same grade.
This will mean their remaining in it
only a half year instead of the whole
year as under the present system. In
adjusting pupils and work to the new
arrangement it will be necessary to
adhere closely to certain regulations
in order to reap the benefits of the.
mid-term plan as speedily as possible.
In connection with this matter, we
wish to call attention to the summer
school that has usually been held for
the benefit of delinquent pupils. It
will begin this year immediately fol following
lowing following the close of the grammar
school and will last for four weeks
only. Patrons who desire their" Chil Children
dren Children to attend will please communi communicate
cate communicate with the principal at once con concerning
cerning concerning arrangements. No pupil will
be given credit for advance work, nor
will he be allowed to make up more
than one major subject or two minor
subjects and then only his case his
deportment has been satisfactory dur during
ing during the year. The examinations given
at the end of this summer term- will
determine finally the place of the
pupil in the grade for the opening of
the fall session. P. H. Hensley.
The fairy dance led by Chivalette
Smith, the fairy queen, at the Temple
theater Thursday evening will be one
of the special features. Be sure to
go out and take your friends with
you. It's for a good cause. 26-3t
"New Books" at THE BOOK SHOP.
Lime, Oil and Sand Combined in Try Try-.
. Try-. ing to Make a Model Street
A Star reporter, Tuesday afternoon,
witnessed work being done as an ex experiment
periment experiment in paving on Dougherty
street between Oklawaha and Adams.
Mr. John R. Martin, street super superintendent,
intendent, superintendent, supervised the job, with
the active assistance of Messrs. C. G.
Rose of the Lake Weir Sand Com Company,
pany, Company, Mr. R. E. Baker of the Texas
Oil Company and several' others',
while Mack Taylor and the Star man
looked on with benevolent interest.
The women and children living on
that part of the rtreet regarded the
performance with as much intelligent
attention as thp' it was a circus.
The main part of the work had al
ready been done by "Mr. Martin and
his force. A heavy, layer of lime rock
had been laid down and rolled until it
was smooth. On this, Tuesday aft afternoon,
ernoon, afternoon, a coating of crude oil was
poured from the county distributing
machine, which heats the oil before
showering it on the street. The oil
was supplied by Mr. Mack Taylor,
whose homtf-is on the street and who
takes great interest in good streets
for all the city. All along the side
walks were piles of fine sand, con
tributed by the Lake Weir Sand Com
pany. The distributor, after its tank
was filled with oil, and the oil heated
to the proper temperature by the big
gasoline burner under the tank, mov
ed by its own power along the street,
pouring the oil in even streams, put
ting on a regular coating of the fluid,
Right after the distributor came men
with shovels, who shoveled the sand
from the piles on the sidewalk and
with it covered the oil.
Anybody acquainted with road work
can understand that this combination
will make a smooth, elastic and
strong highway, one that it costs
comparatively little to lay down and
keep in repair. Two of the ingre
dients, lime and sand, we have here
at home in the greatest plenty, and
crude oil is one of the cheapest com
modities to be had.
Mr. Martin is having the street
rolled today, and as soon as possible
will open it to traffic. He wants the
people to go and witness the expert
BETTER LUCK, WE HOPE, TODAY
Ocala lost the ball game at Palat Palat-ka
ka Palat-ka yesterday, 4 to 8. We hope. the
boys are having better luck today.
The friends of Mr. and Mrs. Chas.
E. Cullen-will be glad to know that
they have recovered the much prized
jewels, stolen from their residence 'a
few weeks ago. The colored man in
whose possession they were found is
BOY CRUSHED UNDER
A MOTOR TRUCK
Jacksonville, April 27. Allen Rich Rich-ter,
ter, Rich-ter, aged eleven, was killed by a motor
truck here today. The police said the
lad, who was on his way to school,
letf the sidewalk and attempted to
jump on the running board of a truck.
He fell under the rear wheel. E. H.
Rentz, driver of the machine, was ar arrested.
rested. arrested. MIAMI LEGION POST
FAVORS CASH BONUS
Miami, April 25. The Miami posts
of the American Legion and the Vet Veterans
erans Veterans of Foreign Wars, at special
meetings last week, went on record as
being in favor of the proposed state
bonus for former service men. J. L.
Billingsley, of Miami, state command
eiof the legion, was criticised for his
appearance before the legislature in
opposition to the bonus bill introduc introduced
ed introduced by Representative Busto, of Mon
MOTHER'S DAY CARDS at THE
BOOK SHOP. 3t
OGALA, FLORIDA, WEDNESDAY, APRIL 27. 1921
HAVE THE GERMANS
Our Astute Secretary of State Study
ing Whether He Shall Help Teu Teutons
tons Teutons Bilk Our Allies
Washington, April 27. Secretary
Hughes continued his study today of
the German reparations counter pro
posals to determine the course he will
recommend to President Harding for
the United States to take toward
them. Whether he will favor trans
mitting them to the allied powers, re
turning them to Germany or seeking
further information from Berlin on
the subject will be governed, it is un un-derstoodi
derstoodi un-derstoodi almost entirely by decisions
of the allied governments themselves.
TIE THE BOATS UP
A sharp difference of opinion re
garding wage reductions between
Chairman Benson of the shipping
board and the spokesman for the ma marine
rine marine workers developed today at the
opening of conferences called by the
chairman in an effort to avert the
threatened strike on American steam steamers
ers steamers May 1st. President Furuseth of
the seamen's union declared the 15
per cent wage reduction declared nec
essary by Chairman Benson was unac
ceptable to the union.
SUICIDE OF SAITO
Japanese General Discontented Either
with Government or
Tokio, April 27. Lieut. Gen. Saito,
commander in chief of the Eleventh
Japanese division of Vladivostok com committed
mitted committed suicide Monday, his death be being
ing being the sequel to the shooting of
Lieutenant Langdon, U. S. N., in that
city,.in January, according to the
newspapers here. Gen. Saito is said
to have either held himself responsi responsible
ble responsible for the death of Langdon or to
have been irritated by what he believ believed
ed believed was weakness of the Japanese gov government
ernment government in dealing with the incident.
FELL TO DEATH
ON LANGLEY FIELD
Hampton, Va., April 27. lieuten lieutenant
ant lieutenant Thomas H. Ward and Sergeant
Nobel C. Bryant were killed at Lang Lang-ley
ley Lang-ley field today when their plane crash crashed
ed crashed to the ground after emerging from
the low clouds. Both Were natives of
INCREASE THE AUXILIARY
The week beginning Monday, April
25, there will be a house to house
canvass for membership, for the Mar
ion County Hospital Auxiliary The
following ladies will be in charge of
their respective wards: 1st, Mrs. E.
W. Merrell; 2nd, Mrs. Clarence Camp,
3rd, Mrs. J. E. Hyndman; 4th, Mrs.
Ed Carmichael. Membership fee will
be one dollar. All women and girls
interested are urged to join at this
time. Mary M. McDowell,
WILL RECEIVE BIG SUM 1 f
FOR TOMATO CROP
Miami, April 25. Despite a much
smaller acreage and losses due to
heavy rains, this year's tomato crop
will net the growers of South Florida
practically $4,000,000, according to
estimates of shippers and commission
merchants in this city.
TO THE PUBLIC
Our offices are now located at No.
2, South Magnolia street, west side
of the public square, in the Masters
block. Increased patronage of the
Florida House, and the rapid growing
business of our own, forced us to
hunt larger quarters for our office.
We wish to thank the management of
the Florida House for the many fa favors
vors favors shown us, and it is with regret
that they haven't sufficient room to
continue to take care of us. We still
have our motto hanging on the wall
which reads:" "He profits most who
serves best." We have endeavored to
live according to ,this motto, and are
now prepared to give better service
than ever before. A visit to our office,
and a consultation with us regarding
property which you have for sale, or
property which you desire to pur purchase,
chase, purchase, will be to your interest.
E. A. Strout Farm Agency,
26-6 1 James Hall, Representative.
III HIE HE
Steam on Steel Rails is Yet the Mas Master
ter Master of Gas Driven Speed Boats
on the Sea
New York, April 27. Although the
Atlantic Coast Line's Havana special,
which left Miami early Monday in a
race to New York with the motor
cruiser Gar II., arrived here last night
far in advance of its rival, the boat's
sponsors today had high hopes of ul ultimately
timately ultimately winning the race. This was
made celar when it was announced
the race was on the basis of elapsed
running time and not actual 'arrivaL
The boat has been 'running mostly in
day time while the train steamed
ahead continuously. The boat is ex expected
pected expected here late today.
DOES GOOD WORK
Mayor Anderson and Messrs. Howell
and Mclver Secure Neutrality of
i Tampa on Capital Removal
(Tampa Tribune. 27th)
Tampa wants the state capital
moved from Tallahassee to some point
nearer the center of population and
more accessible, but Tampa will not
show partiality to any one town bid
ding for the capital site. This was
the sentiment expressed by the board
of governors of the board of trade
yesterday in answer to a delegation
from Ocala, requesting that Tampa
let the various towns bidding for the
capital fight it out on their own mer merits,
its, merits, when the proper time comes.
Mayor Robert Anderson, in heading
the Ocala delegation, made an effec effective
tive effective plea for the board of trade's neu neutrality.
trality. neutrality. He declared that the vital
issue now was the question of the cap capital's
ital's capital's removal, not its proposed site.
"It is purely a political question
now," asserted Mayor Anderson. In
order to effect removal, a legislative
amendment must be passed, which
will require a three-fifths vote -in the
legislature. To get this three-fifths
vote, central and southern Florida
must' stick together, to win out
against west Florida. It will be a
tough fight even if we don't split our
"When the removal of the capital
is assured, then let the various towns
fight it out for the site. We believe
Ocala is the best site, but if Orlando
or any other place, can show superior superiority,
ity, superiority, we will get behind that place.
What we want now is unity in the
fight for removal. Since Tampa does
not want the capital, we think it only
fair to ask for neutrality. If Tampa
favors any single place, the forces
will be split, and the whole proposi proposition
tion proposition for getting the capital out of
Tallahassee will be jeopardized.'
Mayor Anderson went on to say
that Ocala had been making a bid for
the capital site for years. In fact, he
stated, the representatives now serv-
ing m laiianassee were eiectea ny
Ocala voters on the platform that
they would work for the desired
change. These representatives are
said to have been working on the
proposition for some time, wtyb the
result that considerable support had
already been gained in favor of Ocala.
With reference to Orlando, Mayor
Anderson declared that his city was
not in any way antagonistic to that
place, although he was sure that
Ocala could command the greater
amount of support. In concluding, the'
speaker said that he was only asking
the Tampa board of trade to center
its fight on the proposal to get the
On the delegation with Mayor An Anderson
derson Anderson were D. E. Mclver and J. E.
Howell. Mr. Mclver made a few re remarks
marks remarks endorsing the statements of
the delegation's chairman, adding that
the big fight now centered on defeat defeating
ing defeating the proposed legislation to spend
a qurrter of a million dollars on the
old state house. He said that prev previous
ious previous fights to remove the capital were
defeated by division of forces, and
that if the present fight became
i three-cornered, the capitol building
would remain in Tallahassee.
D. B. McKay explained to the Ocala
delegation that the legislative board
of the board of trade had gone on re-
Orlando because the members beKev beKev-jed
jed beKev-jed that if a fixed site were selected at
in its favor and the chances for vio
! tory would be better. "But on hear-
Strong Force of Negroes Tried
. Take Possession of Fair Fair-t
t Fair-t field City
Birmingham, April 27. One mem member
ber member of a party of five negroes which
stormed the Fairfield City jail" last
night is dead and another is in jail,
while Deputy Sheriff George Alexan Alexander
der Alexander is seriously wounded.
The attackers made an effort to lib liberate
erate liberate a negro held on the charge of
fighting. After decoying every officer
in town except two to a point a mfle
from police headquarters by turning
in a riot call, the negroes, heavily
armed, marched on the little prison
which was guarded by one policeman.
The negroes held up the officer and
demanded the release of the prisoner,
who had been previously removed to
the county jail here.
. Deputy Sheriff Alexander heard the
comotion and went to the policeman's
aid. The negroes fired on Alexander,
shooting him three times. The officer
returned the fire arid one negro drop dropped
ped dropped dead. The others fled but one
was captured later.
ing Mr. Anderson's splendid argu argument,"
ment," argument," Mr. McKay said, "I believe
that perhaps the board has been a lit little
tle little hasty in its decision, although it
has not really committed itself on
Orlando. As- a matter of fact, I now
believe that Ocala might draw
strength that Orlando cannot."
Mayor Charles H. Brown told the
board that he believed Tampa should
be neutral in the matter and should
wait for sentiment to crystalize in
favor of a particular site later.
J, A. Griffin reassured the delega delegation
tion delegation of the friendship of Tampa to toward
ward toward Ocala as well as Orlando, and
suggested that the two towns get to
gether and by means of a caucus de
cide where the people wanted to put
the new state house.
The board of governors finally
adopted a motion of Mr. Shackleford's
asking that all towns, including Or Orlando,
lando, Orlando, make the proposition to move
the capital primary, and afterwards
get together and decide on a site.
OF GEN. U. S. GRANT
Springfield, Ills.. April 27. Trials
of courage through which Ulysses S.
Grant passed and rebuffs he endured
before Illinois hesitatingly accepted
him and sent him into the civil war,
from which he emerged as the vic victorious
torious victorious commander-in-chief, are re recalled
called recalled here today on the ninety-ninth
anniversary of his birth. Here it was
that the future president took com command
mand command of his first regiment, the
Twenty-first Illinois Infantry, as col colonel.
onel. colonel. This one of the world's great greatest
est greatest soldiers applied three times in
Springfield for a chance to serve in the
struggle which he foresaw meant the
"doom of slavery" before his worth
was recognized and appointment giv given
en given him. Galena is celebrating Grant's
birthday today. This city where Gen General
eral General Grant had his home when the war
opened and where he left his wife and
children honors the day as its great greatest.
est. greatest. Senator J. Thomas Heflin of
Alabama is the speaker of this year's
MELBA REGAINING HER HEALTH
Paris, April 26. Madame Nellie
Melba, opera singer, is spending a
month here preparing for a trip to
Australia. Upon her recovery from a
severe illness at Monte Carlo, her
physicians ordered a long sea voyage.
Madame Melba will sail from Eng England
land England early in June for the United
States where she may sing, and then
will go to Australia for a stay of six
This is a Studebaker year. tf
SEEMS TO RUN IN THE FAMILY
New York, April 27. John H.
Flagler, aged 69. confirmed yester yesterday
day yesterday the report that he and Miss
Frances Wenneker. aged 23. were re recently
cently recently married at Co pake Falls, N.
Y., a week ago.'' "We're married,
that's alL" said the oil and railroad
capitalist. "There's nothing more to
Framed Mottoes for Mother's Day
at THE BOOK SHOP. 27-3t
This is a Studebaker year.
Cloudy tonight; probably
showers northeast por portion;
tion; portion; Tuesday cooler and
PEIISII DILL fOH
- SCHOOL TEACHERS
House is Considering Adding Another
Heavy Lamp to Burden of
Tallahassee, April 27. The House
today debated the teacher's pension
bill while the Senate is considering
the Catts veto of the Crosby bill pro prohibiting
hibiting prohibiting trains to block public roads
more than ten minutes. The Senate
passed temporarily consideration of
the House amendments to the Camp
bell reapportionment measure.
- CAPITAL REMOVAL BILL
Tallahassee, April 27. A bill pro
viding for removal of the state cap
ital from this city to Orlando, is be
fore the legislature-. It was introduced
by Representatives Newton and Grif
fin. The measure was referred to
committee without argument at this
MAKING A MOUNTAIN
OUT OF A MOLEHILL
Tallahassee, April 26. The House
of Representatives has joined scores
of Florida newspapers in taking to
task Ella Pearl Smith, editor of the
Clinton (Mo.) fcye. for articles pub
lished in the Eye which, according to
the legislators, contain untrue and
W.IUIUUU3 references 10 r lonaa.
Miss Smith was a member of the Na
tional Editorial Association who with
several hundred others affiliated with
that organization, recentl v toured
Florida after the national convention
in St. Augustine. The House has
adopted the following resolution call-
in gon the editor to correct her state statements:
ments: statements: "Whereas, there has been brought
to the attention of the members of
this legislature an article in the
Tampa Tribune of recent date, quot
ing passages from a series of articles
recently appearing in the Clinton
(Mo.) Eeye, a newspaper published at
Clinton, Mo written by Miss Ella
Pearl Smith; and,
"Whereas, these series of articles
contain much that is not true and are
very misleading as to the true condi conditions
tions conditions of the state of Florida in a
great many lines;' and,
"Whereas, it seems that the motive
for the writing of these articles was
not based on truth nor no attempt was
made to give to the people of the
world the real facts; and,
"Whereas, unless a truthful state statement
ment statement is made by the proper authori authorities
ties authorities of this state and transmitted to
Miss Ella Pearl Smith, of the Clinton
Eye, calling upon her to publish same,
great damage is liable to result to the
varied industries of Florida; now,
therefore, be it
"Resolved, by the House of Repre Representatives,
sentatives, Representatives, that the commissioner of
the marketing bureau of the state of
Florida be instructed to compile
truthful statistics of the farming in industry
dustry industry of Florida, the live stock in industry
dustry industry of Florida, the citrus industry
of Florida, the live stock industry of
Florida, the citrus industry of Flor Florida
ida Florida and other such truthful informa information
tion information that his department has gathered
together and transmit the same to
Miss Ella Pearl Smith of Clinton,
Mo, editorf the Clinton Eye, a
newspaper published at said place,
and ask that she give the same he
publicity that she gave the untruth untruthful
ful untruthful statements appearing under her
name in the recent issues of her pa
Beautiful cards and mottoes for this
occasion at THE BOOK SHOP. 27-3t
CHALMERS BAR AT BARGAIN A
seven-passenger Chalmers ear, the
very latest of the 1920 models, per perfect
fect perfect in looks and mechanical condi condition.
tion. condition. A big bargain on very easy
terms. R- R. Carroll at Carroll
Motors Co, Ocala, Fla, 27-3t
Show-your appreciation of the in industrious
dustrious industrious spirit of the eighth grade
O. IL S. by going to see the "Fairy
Conspiracy," at the Temple theater
Thursday evening. 26-3t
Cut down Ford. Good shape. Good
tires; $150 Spencer-Pedrick Motor
. W. K. Lane, IL D, physician ami
surgeon, specialist eye. ear, nose za&
throat. Office over 5 and 10 cent star
Ocala, Fla. A-tr. tf
OCALA EVENING STAR. WEDNESDAY. APRIL 27. 1921
Ocala Evening lar
Paallaarrf Erery Day Exeea-t SudT ky
STAR PUBLISHING COMPANY,
capitol.is the building in the city
that is the capital. Incidentally, we
won't move the city nor the capitoL
but we may move the capital, to an
other city and then hare to build a
n. R. Carroll. Presldeat
V. la vensrood, Secretary -Treaaare
J. H. Beajamia. Editor
Entered at Ocala. Fla.. postotfics. as
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There is no denying the fact that
Ocala is more accessible by rail to
the entire state than any other town
in the state.
: We congratulate the editorial writer
on the Miami Herald on being right
about one thing, at least. He agrees
with the Star about Theodore Roose
We clip the following from the
Tampa Times: 1
R. L. Anderson -Jr.. mayor, J. E.
Howell and'D. E. Mclver, a delega
tion from Ocala. arrived in Tampa
this morning and have arranged
for a hearing before the board of
governors of the board of trade at the
session this afternoon to present the
claims of Ocala for designation as
the state capital.
Mayor Anderson said to a Times
representative this morning: "Ocala
realizes that it is necessary to have
an absolutely united south and cen central
tral central Florida in order to accomplish
the removal of the capital. Ocala has
no fight with any other city which ad advocates
vocates advocates removal of the capital to that
city. Our position is that Ocala
alone of all the applicants for the
capital is able to bring about the
unity of sentiment for removal nec
essary to its realization. Ocala can
crystalize the sentiment for removal
in central and northern Florida, and
can command the same support in
south Florida that any other city can.
No other city in the race can accom
modate this, and the accomplishment
of it is the first essential of removal.
We have many other other strong ar
guments to offer, but we think this is
sufficient at the present stage of the
Kissimmee is also after the capital.
It would almost be worth moving the
capital to that town just to read the
comments of "Thorn" on the legisla
ture and the legislation.
There are several people at Talla
hassee trying to make themselves be believe
lieve believe that nobody there is alarmed
about capital removal and the legis
lature is only mildly interested.
Maybe it is called the Golden Rule
because it is broken for gold. Jack
It is broken for almost any old
thing that suits the fancy of a villain
or a fool.
Another reason for moving the
capital from Tallahassee is to put it
into some town where there are some
live newspapers, so that there won't
be so many impositions on the people
before they know it.
The Sanford Herald rather sar
cast'ically says: However, if Orlando
wants it we suppose we will have to
help her get it. We have become so
accustomed to getting things for Or Orlando
lando Orlando that we cannot turn her down
In the course of the discussion of
the public utilities commission bill it
was brought out that the author of
the bill, Jas. E. Calkins, is drawing
two salaries from the state one as
state senator from the 16th district
and the other as attorney for the rail
road commission. Mr. 'Calkins was a
candidate for attorney general at the
last primary, and has been credited
with other aspirations, even the gov
ernorship but it is the guess of the
Times that this bill has cooked his
political goose. Tampa Times.
Let's not be too hard on Mr. Cal Calkins.
kins. Calkins. Good men make mistakes, and
Mr. Calkins is a pretty good man a
man of much more than average ability-
We think it is wrong for a mem member
ber member of the legislature to hold any
other public office, but for that we
should blame the law.
Says the St. Petersburg Times:
Talk of removing the state capital
from Tallahassee to some more central-point
has become more than a
With chambers of commerce. Ro
tary clubs, Gvitan clubs and other or
ganizations all over peninsula Florida
voting in all 'seriousness for legisla
turn by the present session of the
sate legislature, removal is becoming
a real issue:
And after all,' whose business is it
where that capital shall be located?
Isn't it for the people of the state
Arguments for and against the re removal
moval removal are' not necessary in this part
of the state. Here, where we feel
that our government is something
foreign and apart from the real Flor Florida,
ida, Florida, who do not need to argue the ad
visability of bringing it home to us.
Here, where a journey to the state
capital is something equal to a trip to
New York, why argue the need of a
Both Ocala and Orlando have been
suggested as a possible location for
the capital. Either suits us we're
not ready yet to enter into an argu
ment of the better of, the two.
But the point we wish to make is
simply that the legislature has a duty
to perform and that duty is merely to
give the people of the state an op opportunity
portunity opportunity to say for themselves. We
believe that the clamor for a change
in the capitol site is strong enough to
merit consideration and that the leg
islature ought to submit a constitu
tional amendment to a vote of tha
And while we are voting why not
let the people decide the location as
between the two cities.
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AT OCALA BASEBALL PARK
Game called at 4:30 P. M.
m. a a a a a a aa a atat
If there is a determined movement
to take the capital from West Flor Florida,
ida, Florida, Orlando needs Ocala and Ocala
needs Orlando. Orlando Reporter Reporter-Star.
Right you are, son. Let's pull to
The Tallahassee Democrat, which
always believes itself, says that the
capitals of thirty-three states are in
comparatively small towns and inac inaccessibly
cessibly inaccessibly located. The first, we be believe,
lieve, believe, is correct; a great' many other
papers have mentioned the same
thing in the past few years. But as
for the latter statement, a close study
of the map will show anyone that few
state capitals are as inaccessible to
their people as Tallahassee.
, In passing a resolution demanding
that Ella Pearl Smith, editor of the
Clinton, Mo., Eye. retract her alleged
disparaging remarks about Florida,
our House of Representatives has
done one of the most foolish things a
representative body ever did.
Senator. Russell of Putnam county
says he will put the name of Palatka
on the list of capital city candidates.
Palatka is a mighty fine little town,
the Gem City of Florida, and; if she
wants to get in the race nobody has
any right to try to shut her out.
A long time ago, we cut the Talla Tallahassee
hassee Tallahassee Democrat off our exchange
list because it was of no use to us.
Somebody at Tallahassee sent us a
copy of its Monday issue, and from
the remarks it made about Orlando it
seems to us that Orlando has it scared
Representative Hunter, chairman of
the committee on finance and taxation,
has introduced a bill in the House to
put off publishing tax sale advertise advertisements
ments advertisements from June to August. This, we
suppose, is to help out counties that
have not been able to get their tax
sale lists ready.'
The Star approves of the move movement
ment movement to increase the pay of legisla legislators
tors legislators to $10 a day. It can't be done
without a constitutional amendment,
and when the present constitution
was framed $6 a day was a -princely
sum. Now, it doesn't pay a man's
expenses at Tallahassee.
Since we are having all this capital
? removal business, it will be well to
remember that capital is the city and
Says the Miami Metropolis: "In all
sections of Florida, in every comma
nity in Florida, grief will be felt at
the news of the serious illness of
Marcus C. Fagg, superintendent of the
Children's Home Society of Florida,
Typhoid fever is a serious thing, but
reports from Jacksonville say that
Mr. Fagg is almost out of danger.'
Some tomatoes in the Miami sec
tion. Says the Times-Union: "Four
million dollars' worth of tomatoes now
being shipped from the Miami section
of the Florida east coast is further
assurance that there's money coming
into Florida, money and money, as
one crop succeeds another in prae
tically every month in the year."
Fellowship, April 25. We had a
fine rain last Friday night and the
farmers are all wreathed in smiles.
Rev. E. Lee Smith filled his regular
appointment Sunday morning and eve evening.
ning. evening. The church was well filled at
both sermons. There were three ad
ditions to the church.
Mrs. N. H. Lanier and son, Howard
of Morriston were the guests of Mr.!
and Mrs. S. J. McCully Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. F. E. Fant, Miss
Leone and Master Lindsay Fant were
callers Sunday afternoon.
Mrs. Una Proctor and two little
girls were the guests of Mrs. E. A.
Crumpton Sunday night.
The class which is taking a training
course m the Sunday school manual
completed its final examination this
afternoon under the leadership of
Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Sandifer and
children of Oklawaha, also Mrs. John
Needham and baby of Ocala were
guests of Mr. and Mrs. H. J. McCully
- Messrs. Seaton A. Boynton and O.
O. Summers of Bartow, were guests
of Mr. M. L. Prine and family Sun
Mr. Dennis Prine has purchased a
Fellowship school closed last Fri Friday
day Friday and the program consisted of
getting you broke, walking out and
locking the door.
Mrs. Minnie Hammons and daugh daughter.
ter. daughter. Miss Rowena of Blitchton, were
dinner guests, of Mrs. Rosa Seckinger
Mrs. R .W. Ervin and children left
Sunday for Tallahassee, where they
will remain until the legislature adjourns.
FOR QUICK SALE
One 6-foot oak extension dining
One 6-foot oak glass door cupboard,
One solid oak wash stand,
One 22x22x30 center table,
One porch rocker.
Two solid oak parlor rockers,
All in good condition, $35.
H. R. LUFFMAN,
27-tf 225 East Washington St,
STERLING BARBER SHOP
Our service has been improved by
the addition of competent assistants,
and we invite old as well as new pa patrons
trons patrons to come in when they want first
class and prompt service.
27-6t Stirling Hooper, Prop.
Mrs. Jenkins and Miss Belle Cham Chambers,
bers, Chambers, poultry experts, are in the city
representing the Purina Mills. These
ladies are at the services of any one
wishing advice pertaining to poultry.
Services free. Call Farmers Exchange
Store, phone 162. 20-10t
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It is owned by many who can afford j j
, i to pay anything they wish for the j
! i things they use. i
,(; ; It is always bought because of its J
V known value and its sSber economies. t3'
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i AUTO SALES CO., M
ft Mack Taylor U
1 Ocala. Fla., Phone 348 j
PRACTICAL CONTRACTOR AND
Careiul estimates made on all cow
tract nork. Gives more es3 better
work fir the money than any other
contractor in the city.
Why pay more? Coca-cola 6 cents
at the Vogue. Phones 580-558. 23-tf
lent it worth while to
ear glasses if they will
free you from headache?
DR. K. J. WEIHE.
Optometrist and Optician
Nice destroys the odor of perspira perspiration,
tion, perspiration, 25 cents at Gerig's Drag tSore. tf
8 DAYS ONLY
Okeh $1 records f .85
Lyric $1 records ... 0
iOiumoi si records jlj
Operaphone $1 records X3
t i i a,
fopuiar Buetfi. music m ctnu.
22-8t KINDTS 51USIC STORE
1919 Hupmobile touring. Al shape.
Five tires. Newly painted. A good buy
at $800. Speneer-Pedrick Motor
Raising the Family t.fe. ew amno long wnuqn ana ihe old lasmons wilt rome Mch am
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OCALA EVENING STAR. WEDNESDAY. APRIL 27, 1921
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You'll Enjoy One
of our cool refreshing ice cream sodas
without a word of doubt. They are
delicious. Sometime in your life you
have tasted that rich creamy velvet velvetlike
like velvetlike liquid that smoothly slides down
your throat. Well that is the kind of
ice cream soda you get here.
A SAFE TEST
For those who are in need of a
remedy for kidney troubles and back backache,
ache, backache, it is a god plan to try Doan's
Kidnev Pills. They are strongly rec
ommended by Oca la people. Ask your
Mrs. OUie Mordis, 228 Franklin
I St., Ocala, says: "I had been suffer suffering
ing suffering intense pains in my kidneys.
IThere was hardly a day passed but
'what a dragging pain would settle
! aeross my kidneys and my limbs
would also hurt me. My kidneys were
weak and there were other distress
ing kidney disorders. The different
medicines I took didn't help me and
when a friend told me to try Doan's
Kidney Pills, I did. After taking this
medicine the ailments soon disappear disappeared
ed disappeared and since then, I have taken
Doan's at the first symptom of each
trouble and have been quickly benefit benefited."
ed." benefited." Price 60c. at all dealers. Dont
simply ask for a kidney remedy get
Doan's Kidney Pills the same that
Mrs. Mordis had. Foster-Milburn Co.,
Mfrs., Buffalo, N. Y. Adv. 4
CHRISTIAN HEALING MISSION
CLOSED IN LAKELAND
Without any emotionalism. and still
carrying that atmosphere of extreme
simplicity and quietness, the Chris Christian
tian Christian healing mission conducted by Mr.
Henry Blandford in Lakeland during
the last two weeks, came to a close in
All Saints Episcopal church on Sun
day evening. The little church was
crowded to its utmost capacity and
some were turned away early in the
service. The missioner spoke on the
escape of Peter from the Roman
prison, using this event as the basis
o fthought that in Christian healing
'of the citrus
Thm faeward strides of
tfc tart tea years started
with ewopcratiag grow
A. E. GERIG
there is nothing that does not accord
with natural laws. After the address
there followed the laying on of bands
and the blessing of the rector. Rev.
W. B. Curtis, and it was almost half
past eleven before the service came to
an end. Mr. Blandford will spend
three or four days in Lakeland before
proceeding to Ocala, where he begins
a mission next S unday. Lakeland
Eev. J. J. Neighbour, rector or
Grace Episcopal church, expects to
have the mission to be conducted by
Mr. Blandford commence with the
Sunday morning service, but definite
announcement will be made later in
CHRISTIAN HEALING MISSION
4 WE HAVE THE THE YOU WANT
1 WHEN YOU WANT IT
k "SERVICE" Oar Motto
UNITED STATES TIRES HOOD TIRES
$ ACCESSORIES jft
SINCLAIR MOTOR OILS j
4 CARS WASHED AND POLISHED
1 KUMBAK SERVICE STATION
111 W. Broadway
The healing mission that is to com
mence on next Sunday in the Episco-.
pal church is for the benefit of all the
people of the -whole community, who
desire healmcr of either bodily or
spiritual infirmities, for themselv
or for their friends or relatives.
People of all denominations, and
people of no church connections, may
and are hereby cordially invited to
avail themselves of this extraordi
There will be a committee on duty
at the church each day this week
that is, Thursday, Friday and. Satur
day, at the hours 10 to 11 a. m. and
5 to 6 p. m, for the purpose of regis registering
tering registering the applicants for healing..
And I am also at the service of all
who have any questions to ask about
this gifted man, Mr. Blandford, and
the truly remarkable work he is,
under God, being able to carry on.
John J. Neighbour, Rector.
Uneedas and all 10c National Biscuit Cos crack crackers
ers crackers 8c or 3 for 22c AH 20-cent packages
16c or 3 for 40 cents
Evaporated Peaches, per pound 15c
Octagon Soap 8c; 3 for 20c
Export Borax Soap, per cake 5c
Grandma, Gold Dust and other washing Powders
per package 5c x
Cherry Bell Flour a strictly first-class Kansas
hard wheat flour 12-lb. bags 75c; 24-pound
Very best Head Rice 3 pounds 25c
Very best Blue Rose Rice 4 pounds 25c
Lard Compound, 1 pound 15c; 2 pounds 25c
Pure Lard, per pound 20c; 2 pounds for 35c
Argo Starch, 3 for 25c; 1 dozen for 95c
Guaranteed Eggs per dozen 30c
Pure Sugar Cane Syrup in quart cans or bot bottles,
tles, bottles, 30c; pint 15c; drawn from barrel, per
W. Baker's Cocoa. pound 30c; 2 for 55c
W. Baker's Cooking Chocolate, -Xb. cakes 25c
Our Delivery Service it at your command
if you trade with vs.
FARMERS EXCHANGE STORE
Merchants Block Phone 163
SERVICE CONDUCTED BY
WOMAN IN LONDON CHURCH
will get you just as good a selection as though you
call in person.
Many times it is inconvenient tor you to come
YOU MAY BE IN A HURRY
Whatever your need in our line,
v a phone call to us will fill it.
TIfc Prices Keimccdl
DIAMOND Non-Skid, 30x3. 17 fift
old price 20.00, now..... vll.vU
DIAMOND Plain, 30x3. (M
old price $17.60, now
6,000 Mile Guarantee
FEDERAL, FISK AND DIAMOND TUBES
NEW PRICES Overhauling Ford motor $16.
Overhauling Ford rear end, $5 for time.
Grinding Ford valves, $3.!
PIXIE GAR AGE
J AS. ENGESSER, Proprietor
Phone 258 West Broadway
and KEEP ON SAVING
EARN AS THEY WORK
Get fresh, light, fluffy rolls every
day at the Federal Bakery. 25-6t
Dodge screen truck. Good shape.
Good tires. Spencer-Peedrick Motor
Help the eighth grade O. H. S. to
complete payment on their new piano
by attending the "Fairy Conspiracy'
at the Temple theater Thursday night
Admission 50 and 35 cents, including
SAVE RIGHT ALONG n
repairs, tires, gasoline, oil
QTEWART Trucks made eight
years ago are still working
and earning; piling up daily
profits for their owners; piling
ud a loner list of friends and
Designed right, built right and
priced right, Stewarts cost less to
buy and less to run.
Made in six capacities
Seymour Automotive Co.
Murphy Garage, N. Main St.
London, April 6. Correspondence
of the Associated Press.) Miss Maud
Royden, leader of a movement to in
duce the Church of England to admit
women preachers to its pulpits, has
been permitted to conduct a week-day
service in St. Paul's and St. Botolph's
I churches, despite a protest which had
been made by the Rt. Rev. Arthur F.
W. Ingram, Bishop of London.
The appearance of the woman m
the pulpit, an innovation in the Angli
can Church, brought crowds to the
services. Miss Royden was attired in
a surplice and a close-fitting head
dress of dark blue.
Announcement of her intention to
lead the services caused considerable
comment in the press, revolving about
the question of women's fitness to
I assume men's positions in religious as
well as political fields.
At the beginning of the exercises,
the Rev. W. Hudsbn'Shaw, rector of
the church, invited any who wished to
protest against Miss Royden's ap
pearance to do so "before leaving the
I building. He went on to say, how
ever, that under the Brawling act of
1860, anybody who disturbed or m
terrupted a properly appointed
preacher was liable to be fined or un
"No one." concluded the recto
"has the right to appoint the preacher
I except the incumbent, and I have done
C. V. ROBERTS, Phone S05
BARNEY SPENCER, Phone 4S1
Funeral Directors and Embalmers
Private Morgue and Chapel. Personal Service to all.
Motor Equipment. Coflins and Caskets Delivered.
Office Phone 350
217 West Broadway
i DO YOU APPRECIATE PROMPT SERVICE?
Send us your orders for
THE BEST Western and
Florida Meats, Poultry,
Fancy Groceries, Vegeta Vegetables,
bles, Vegetables, etc.
MAIN STREET MARKET
OUR MOTTO-HIGH QUALITY AND LOW PRICES
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THIS IS A STUPEBAKER YEAR
Our Splendidly Equipped Repair Shop
Sec How Wei! We Are Prepared to Fix Your Automobile
MURPHY MOTOR COMPANY
Main Street, Opposite Ocala Iron Works - OCALA, FLORIDA
Fairfield, April 25. This commu community
nity community has been called upon to mourn
the loss of two of its oldest citizen,
in the last two weeks. Mr. A. W.
Matthews died at th home of his
dauehter. Mrs. L. M. Bedding at Red-
dick. Mr. Matthews has been a resi resident
dent resident of this community for a number
of years and leaves a host of relatives
and friends to mourn his death. His
remains were laid to rest in the bury-
incr e-round near Fairfield Sunday,
April 7th. Rev. Philips, pastor of
the Presbyterian church, officiated.
Mr. K. H. Scott passed away at bis
home near here last Wednesday. .Mr.
Scott had been in ill health for some
time, but was confined to his but but
a little while before his death. He
leaves a wife, two sons and two
daughters with many friends and rel relatives
atives relatives to mourn his death. His re remains
mains remains were laid to rest in the ceme cemetery
tery cemetery at the Presbyterian church. Rev.
Philips conducted the funeral serv services.
ices. services. Mr. Seaborn Stafford and Mrs.
Estridge arrived there a few days ago
and were the guests of their sister,
Mrs. W. L. Stokes and family.
Even a splash from Niagara would soon be
dissipated by the sun and wind if water did
not constantly flow over the precipice. It
is the constant drop of water that wears
away the stone. It is the constant flow of
advertising that promotes and maintains
business supremacy. Phone five-one and
let's talk it over.
Star Publishing Company.
bCALA EVENING STAR, WEDNESDAY. APRIL 27, 1921
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III. Ill II LI. HKh i
The Eighth Grade
Ocala High Scoool
(THURSDAY, APRIL 28th)
Added Attraction Picture Feature
SHIRLEY MASON in
"Merely Mary Ann"
Picture starts at 7 p. m.
Operetta at 8:30 p. m.
Admission, 50c and 35c
If you have any society items for
the Star, please call five-one.
Hard shell crabs today at the City
Fish Market. Phone 158. 27-tf
Keep the hands and face soft with
ILASOL. 50 cents the bottle at
Gerigs Drug Store.
Mrs. J. W. Goode has returned from
a short trip to Jacksonville.
Mr. W. M. WHscn. who was called
to Atlanta last Friday on account of
the illness of his mother, has re returned
turned returned and is now at his old place at
the Sterling Barber Shop. Mrs. Wil Wilson
son Wilson returned with him and they will
make their home for the present at
We have just added another line of
beautiful stationery. The prices are
right, 40c .and upwards. Correspon Correspondence
dence Correspondence cards 50c. THE BOOK SHOP.
Those delicious rolls you 'so highly4
complimented your hostess on were
nude at the x ederal Bakery 25-6 1
There's no extra charge for clean cleaning
ing cleaning your fish at the City Fish Market.
Phone 168. tf
Bargain in 1915 Ford touring car
in Al shape. Auto Sales Co., Mack
Mr. and Mrs. Mobley of Summer Summer-field
field Summer-field were among the out of town shop shoppers
pers shoppers yestenday.
Our Bathing Caps are pretty and
durable. All fresh stock. Gerie's
Drug Store. tf
Mrs. Fred Robinson and Miss Lu
cille Robinson, who have been spend
ing the winter in Ocala, as has been
their custom for several years, left to today
day today for Detroit, for a month's visit
with Mrs. Robinson's daughter, Mrs.
Ray Goux before returning to their
home at Maeinack Island.
This is GOOD, HOUSEKEEPING
week. Did you get your copy? We
also carry 76 other magazines. THE
BOOK SHOP. 27-3t
The "Fairy Conspiracy" will begin
promptly at 8:30 Thursday evening at
Temple theater. Admission 50 and 35
cents, including picture show. 26-3t
The friends of Mr. Clarence Camp
will be sorry to hear that he is con confined
fined confined to his home on account xf sick
Some new Bread and Sandwich
Trays at THE BOOK SHOP. 27-3t
ARDEN ROSES 75c and $1 per
dozen; Easter lilies 10c each; sweet
peas $1.50 per hundred. Phone your
order to 106, or call at 404 South Lime
street. No deliveries. 21-6t
. Mrs. F. G. B. Weihe, who attended
the Grand Chapter O. E. S. at St. Pe
tersburg and remained for a few days
visit, returned home yesterday.
New Victor records at THE BOOK
We are headquarters for the best
rolls you ever tasted. Prove this by
rying them out if you havent already
done so. Federal Bakery. 25-6t
Mr. T. T. Munroe, Mr. T. D. Lan
caster, Mrs. Allan Walkley and little
daughter, Margaret Ann left this
morning for a week's trip in the
southern part of the state.
Cash and Carry Meat Market
CRAWFORD PASTEUR, Prop.,
Located in the CRESCENT GROCERY CO.' Star
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. J
FED FLORIDA STEERS
Round Steak ... 30
Other Steaks .. .24c
Brisket Stew i . v . . iy2c
Loin Steaks 30c
Good Roast ;...24c
Rib and Flank 15c
25c Pork Hams .' 25c
.......20c Pork Overs 1.25c
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 4c
Lamb Ribs 35c Lamb Flank 1 25c
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We ask you for your patronage and
Thank You in advance.
Sheet Metal Work and Roofing
Gutters, down spoutin and all re repair
pair repair work. Water tanks made. Any Anything
thing Anything from sheet metal or tin. Let
me give you an estimate and solve
your roof problem. I also made a
specialty of repairing auto radiators
and fenders. Ship them to me for
good results. Prices reasonable.
ED. THOMPSON, Tin Shop
Standard Plumbing Co.,
Meet me at the Union Station
Restaurant for a regular family style
dinner Best dinner in the state for 75
cents. Eat and drink all you want.
Dinner 11 a. m. to' 2:30 p. m. Owned
and operated by 100 Americans, tf
Miss Elizabeth Davis was hostess
last evening at the regular weekly
meeting of the A Club. There were
two tables of players, only the club
members being, present. After a most
interesting game of auction it was
found that Mrs. R. L. Anderson Jr.
had won the .first prize, while Miss I i
Ome Chazal was presented with the
consolation' prize. Miss Davis assist
ed by her sister. Miss Meme Davis,
served dainty refreshments at the
conclusion of the games.
Compound lard 11 He per pound,
delivered. Phone 393. Spot Cash Gro Grocery,
cery, Grocery, Osceola and Third streets. It
HAO S S
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'
All orders receive prompt
attention, srd soods 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 cf town orders solicit- -ed.
We pay return parcel
post on all work.
Walkley & Burnett
. Phone 74
WANTED, LOST, FOUND, F02
SALE, FOR RENT AND SIM SIMILAR
ILAR SIMILAR LOCAL NEEDS
Rates: Six line, maximum, one time,
23c; three times. 50c; six times, 75c;
one month, $3. Payable in advance.
FOR SALE Genuine Porto Rico
plants, 8 to 12 in. long, government
inspected; nc weavels or disease.
Guaranteed immediate delivery.
(1.75 per thousand, express collect.
Write. for prices on vines. C H.
Cooner, 745 Wyominia St, Ocala,
Fla. Phone 389. 30-tf
FOR RENT Large, well ventilated
rooms for housekeeping, furnished
or unfurnished, at Dormity. Phone
C. Cecil Bryant
Room 22 Holder Block
The eight grade pupils of the O. R.
are deserving of your support at
their operetta at the Temple theater
Thursday evening. Everybody should
You can always get' fresh or salt
water fish, shrimp, etc., at the City
Fish Market on Fort King avenue.
Phone 158. tf
Messrs. Richard Dewey and Cecil
Clark and Misses Marian Dewey, Onie
Chazal and Margaret Jackson formed
party motoring to Gainesville this
afternoon to attend the dance at the
Cioverbieom cutter oa cents a
pound, delivered. Phone 393. Spot
Cash Grocery, corner Osceola and
Third streets. It
A large shipment just received of
Bordeaux Mixture, Disinfectants and
INSECTICIDES, etc., at the Anti Anti-Monopoly
Monopoly Anti-Monopoly Drug Store. 20-12t
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-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
2:55 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 pn
ATLANTIC COAST LINE R. R.
2:27 am Jacksonville-NTork 2:33 am
1:45 pm Jksonville-Gainsville 3:24 pm
6:42 am Jksonville-Gansville 10:13 pm
3:24 pm StPetsbrg-Lakeland 1:25 pm Cars
7:10 am 'Dunnellon-wiicox 1 Cars
7 -9m nm r)iiTiillnTi-T .Iceland 11?n3mnl
3:30 pm Homosassa i:25pm Oklawaha Ave. & Orange St
r r w s 4 r I
NEEDHAM MOTOR. CO.
General Auto Repairing
Gasoline, Oils and Grease
USED CARS FOR SALE
FOR S ALE S urplus Ma Ma-chinery
chinery Ma-chinery and v Equipment.
Electric Hoists, Double
Drum Hoisting engine with
Boiler, Wire Cable and Rope,
Switch Tvn a T.nrnmntivA 15
ton Browning Crane, large
and small Air Compressors,
motors from 3 to 100 HP,
Stiff Leg Derricks, 3-4 yard
Concrete Mixers, Asbestos
in sheets. Lead, Jacks of all
kinds. Acetylene Outfits.
Round Iron, Sheet Iron,
Electric Floor Lights, Car Carbide
bide Carbide Lights. Wheelbarrows,
Galvanized Culverts, Steel
Lockers, Bolts, Axes, Cant
Hooks, Builders Hardware
and various other kinds of'
machinery, equipment and
supplies. Also 41 barrels
Gliddens Spar Varnish Al Also
so Also Adding Machines, Calcu Calculating
lating Calculating Machines and Elec-,
trie Addressograph. Send
us your inquiries, GEORGE
W. GIBBS, Jr., P. O. Box
104, Jacksonville, Fla.
pra JLeesburg 6:42 am
4:45 pra Gainesville 11:50 am
Monday, Wednesday, Friday.
Tuesday., .ursdav. Saturday.
GOOD HEALTH HINTS
OklaLcma FzrzLi? Gives Sound Ad Advice
vice Advice oa Ayoidirg Sickness.
W ANTED Four or five-room house;
or three or four unfurnished rooms.
Mast be close in and in good neigh neighborhood.
borhood. neighborhood. Address- M. E. L., care
Star office. 21-6t
Mr. David Connor returned yester
day from Whigham, Ga., where he was
call on account of the illness of his
wife. Mrs. Connor's friends here will
be glad to know that. she is somewhat
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 yoT service. Phone 580 or 558 for
quick delivery of our QUALITY ICE
CYLINDERS RE-BORED AND
GEO. J. WILLIAMS
Formerly Carroll Motor Company
Garage, Osceola St.
PHONE 597 Nirht 498
The "Hipity-Hop" dance of eight
brownies at Temple theater Thursday
night will alone be worth the price of
Reo 1918 seven-passenger. Good
tires, etc; $425. Spencer-Pedrick
Motor company. 25-tf
This is a Studebaker year. tf
Carrie Greer and Bessie Greer, two
worthy colored women, are rejoiced
over the restoration to health of their
sister. Victory Moton, who has been
sick for the past five months and wish
to return thanks to her physician for
his skillful services and to their
friends for many kindnesses.
The Wireless Signal
If you are in Distress
don't fail to signal us
We are always on oniric
iric oniric fob
Ocala House Block
Cameron, Ok la. "I have used
Theuforda Elack-Draugbt for about
thirty years, and certainly ought to
know by this time wnat a gooa mea
?ine it is," eays Mr. T. I Bosuer, a
well-known farmer of this place. Mr.
Dostler has- passed his three-ecore-and-tecth
year, but declares his healUi
itill is good, "and I can say Black Black-Draught
Draught Black-Draught did its part."
"Where there Is a lot of malaria, t
liver medicine Is a necessity, and 1
have never found one better tnan
Black-Draught," .continues the Oklv
homan. "It la one that I know to be
reliable. I sure use It for tne liver,
stomach, constipation. Indigestion, and
It has done me a world of good. Vt
use it for the family, and It giver
-Most trouble, or sickness, come:
from the liver, and if taken in tim
can be avoided. That Is why I us-Black-Draught
as I do. I am mocl
pleased with results obtained."
Thedford's Black-Draught is purel
vegetable. It acts on the bowels, gen;
ly stimulating the liver, and helps It
crease the normal flow of bile Into th
Intestines. It assists In the digestiot
of food, and relieves constipation In i
prompt and natural war.
Ask your druggist tor a pmciwse
Tr. Insist on Thedford's. NC-U
WANTED Capable, steady, reliable
man with" team or auto to sell and
deliver Rawleigh products in Lake
and Sumter counties. Can live' at
home. Big opportunity. Right man
can make S3000 to JG0O0 a year
above an expenses, call on or
write M. L. Humphries, Ocala,
Fla. -, 21-6t
FOR SALE Ooe Hudson
Super Six in A-l condition;
new tires; new top; $1200.
One Overland 5-passenger;
newly painted; good tires
a bargain at $300. Hugh
Senneff, Murphy Motor Co.
FOR SALE Good milk cow, with
heifer calf, just fresh. Apply to R.
L. Carter, taxi-cab driver, or at 211
W. Fifth street. 26-12t
FOR SALE- Must be sold immediate immediately,
ly, immediately, one Underwood and one I C
' Smith typewriter, as good as new;
also one lounge and various office
.supplies, Geo. W. Chase, over
Dodge auto office. 27 -3t
STRAYED One year old Jersey
heifer, unmarked; from my' place
.south of Ocala on Dixie Highway.
' Reward for return. B. L. O'Neal,
Ocala, Fla. 27-t
Everybody should go to see thei
"Fairy Conspiracy" at Temple theater
Thursday evening between pictures.
Admission 50 and 35 cents, including j J
the picture show. 26-3t
Staple and Fancy Groceries,
Fruits and Vegetables.
Dazira Face Powder is satisfying, j
and the odor is dainty. Ask to see it
t ni-0-a Tirntr Store. tf
Hard shell crabs today at the City
Fish Market. Phone 158. 27-tf
W. A. Stroud I
The' Thrift" Tire
This is the year to
save, money on tires.
Start on HOODS.
Amy taw ixaler rsn K iVrn f-oia
Boot) Rubber Product Ox. 1 ttc VTytftowa. Han.
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