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The Ocala evening star
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Ocala Evening Star
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TEMPERATURE
This morning, 68.
This afternoon, SO.

VOL 27

CAMPAIGN PR0GRESS1HS FAVORABLY
FOR REMOVAL OF CAPITAL

Marion County Board of Trade ; Will
"Meet at 8 O'clock This Evening

The campaign to have the capital
Tonight at eight o'clock, at its regular j
meeting, the Marion County Board of
Trade will decide in what way it shall
co-operate in the campaign. The im importance
portance importance of the matter is such that a
large attendance at tonight's meeting
is expected.
The Capital Removal Club is leav leaving
ing leaving no stone unturned in its efforts to
have the capital brought to Ocala, the
most central city of Florida. A meet meeting
ing meeting of the executive committee of the
club was -held yesterday afternoon in
. the Board of Trade room, and a re report
port report was heard from a committee of
three, consisting of Mayor R. L. An Anderson,
derson, Anderson, Mr. D. E. Mclver and Mr. J.
C. Howell, who went to Tampa in the
interest of Ocala. The results obtain obtained
ed obtained in Tampa by the committee have
already been published. The Tampa
newspapers and the Tampa board of
t.ade have taken a position of neu neutrality
trality neutrality after having indorsed Orlando
alone. There has been no disputing
of the fact that Ocala is the most
Centrally located city in the state, and
Ocala's excellent railroad facilities
, are admitted.
Mr. Frank Harris, editor of the
Ocala Banner, who went to Tampa
"also in the interest of Ocala's desire
to have he capital, has returned and
reports that he found much sentiment
in Tampa in favor of Ocala as the best
site for the capital.
The Ocala Rotary Club his dis dispatched
patched dispatched the following telegram to the
Rotary clubs of the state
" Ocala, April 26
Ocala Rotary
Kotary uuo goes on recora louay w,
. J a J
back up removal ol capital to cemer,
or state, ana Dases ucams cuum
manly on tne iact mat me geogrP.i-,
ical center of the state is located in
Marion county. Ocala is situated on
the main line of 'two trunk line rail railroads.
roads. railroads. Marion county more adequate
ly represents every phase of Florida's j
agricultural and industrial life. We ;
ask your support, considering the
matter, from the broad standpoint of j
state interest.
"Ocala Rotary Club,
- "Jake Gerig, President."
WORK OF THE AUXILIARY
The Marion County Hospital Aux Auxiliary
iliary Auxiliary was reorganized just one year
ago this month. It has, a, membership
of fifty prominent women of Ocala
and the county at large. It has fur furnished
nished furnished the material and made several
. dozen garments for use in the, hos hospital,
pital, hospital, also made hundreds of bandages
and wipes for the same. The work
outlined at its recent meeting is to
siinnort a full time instructor for the
"-ri
nurses' training school. In order to
do this it will require the active co cooperation
operation cooperation and support of every wom woman
an woman and girl in Marion county. It is
hoped that all who can will join the
organization this wee kand have a
part in making the Marion County
Hospital Auxiliary a force for splen splendid
did splendid service to the hospital and for the
benefit of the people of Marion coun
ty. All women wishing to join the
hospital auxiliary who have not been
approached by the members of the
committee will olease hand or mail

membership fee" of one dollar toLittle was e by an explosion in

either Miss Mary Burford, treasurer,
or Miss Mary McDowell, secretary.
Mrs. John H. Taylor, President.
REMEMBER, we are striving to
enlarge our business clientele by giv giving
ing giving the public GOOD MERCHAN MERCHANDISE
DISE MERCHANDISE at lowest prices, not cheap,
shoddy stuff. Yours to please,
FISHEL'S.
i
Get fresh, light, fluffy rolls every
day at the Federal Bakery. 25-6t
Nice destroys the odor of perspira
tion, 25 cents at Gerig's Drug tSore. tf j
The New "WOLINEN" Striped
Skirting for Sport Skirts. Fishel's.
"Your salvation, mothers." WON WON-DERHOSE
DERHOSE WON-DERHOSE for the ikds. Fishel's.
WONDERHOSE is the most serv
iceable HOSE for Children. Get it:
at FISHEL'S.

OCALA

INTEND TO RETURN AT
ONCE TO AMERICA
meroes of KoHcill6ko Flying
i cn,,arfrn rv,ninr
"Home
(Associated Press)
- Warsaw, April 29 Members of the
famous Kosciusko squadron recruited
in America for service in Poland
against the bolsheviki. intend to re-
tur nto the United Stotes immediate immediately
ly immediately are being demobilized next week
Captain Merion Cooper, of Jackson Jacksonville,
ville, Jacksonville, Fla., who arrived at Riga this
week after escaping from a Russian
prison, is on his way to join his com
rades. 4
STORES WILL CLOSE
We. the undersigned, aeree to close
bur Dlaces of business today from
to 6 p. m., on account of the baseball
game hetween Ocala and Palatka.
Signed: A. E. Gerig, S. R. Whaley,
H. W. Tucker, The Weihe Company,
James Hall, E. T. Helvenston, Perkins
Barber Shop, H. B. Masters Co., Bit
ting & Phillips, B. Goldman, Jake
Goldman, The Court Pharmacy, J
Malever, Gerig's Drug Store, Frank's,
Arcade Barber Shop, Theus Bros, E
C. Jordan & Co., Clarkson Hardware
Co., Parker & Guynn, George Mac-
Kay & Co., J. G. McCrory Co., H. A
Davies, Jirash Grocery Co., F. Fishel
& Sons, Main Street -Market, G. C.
Greene, Chero-Cola Bottling Co., F,
W. Cook. Marion Hardware Co.. H
B whittington Crescent Grocery, S
M Hooper Walkley & Barnett, J. D.
wilk Q R Teanot Grocery, U

i-jServe Stores, Anti-Monopoly Drug

gt Federal Bakerv. Rheinauer &
Co., H. S. Minshall, Ocala Coca-Cola
Bottling Works, J. J. Blalock, Carter's
Bakery.
WEST COAST RAILWAY
wm Supply the Missing Link in Flor
ida Outlet to the West
Tallahassee, April 28.-L. A. Whit
. ney, secretary of the Fort Myers
boar(Tof trade, is here to file articles
! of, incorporation for the Florida West
Coast Railway company. The pro
posed line would be built between
Perry and Monticello, the missing link
in Florida's outlet to the. west.
TRUSTEES OF SOUTHERN
WILL MEET TOMORROW
Tampa, April. 28. A committee of
the board of trustees of Southern
College will meet here tomorrow to
take up the matter of selection of a
site for the college the buildings of
which were burned at Sutherland sev several
eral several months ago.
MRS. LITTLE FAILED TO
COLLECT THE MONEY
Miami, April 28. A verdict in fa favor
vor favor of the defendant was returned to'
jday in federal court here in the suit
j for $125,000 damages brought by
i the widow against the Miami Electric
I Light & Power Company for the
death of Joseph Little two years ago.
j excavation forimprovements
CAN RAISE IT ALL
BEFORE CHRISTMAS
Miami, Fla., April 28. Twenty-nine
thousand dollars of the $70,000 need needed
ed needed to keep Dade county schools open
for the remainder of the term has
been raised.
Show your appreciation of the in
dustrious spirit of the eighth grade
O. H. S. by going to see the "Fairy
Conspiracy," at the Temple theater
this evening.
26-3t
CuJ down Ford. Good shape. Good
tires; $150 Spencer-Pedrick Motor
Company. 25-tf
Ladies SPORT HATS to go with
'Summer Sweaters at FISHEL'S.
SOLO, Kid's all-leather PLAY
SHOES. Best and cheapest. Fishel's.

EVE1N

OCALA, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, APRIL 28. 1921

OCALA

LOST m

GAM ES AT PALATKA
But Confidently Calculates on Having
Revenge in Ocala Today on the
Gem City Boys
(L. T. I.)
"There's many a slip 'twixt the cup
and the lip," was never truer than
Wednesday afternoon in Palatka. The
Ocala team had the old ball game
sewed up and was-almost" ready to
bring it home in a sack with it when
someone broke a thread in tne
stitches and the whole seam raveled
out in short order. When Palatka
went -to bat in the last half of the
eighth she was beaten badly, but that
inning and the ninth turned the tables
and Ocala was forced to give up-the
victory that seemed so sure just a few
minutes before.
The game as the Star reporter saw j
it:
First inning: Ocala was first at
bat and started the game off with a
rush although she did not score but
one run in the first. Jimmie Liddell,
first up, drove out a long fly to center
field, who muffed the ball. Fred Luff Luff-man
man Luff-man struck out, but Jimmie reached
second when the .catcher dropped the
last strike. Jackson ambled up to
the bat with a wicked gleam in his
eye and straightway poled a two-
bagger to the infield, scoring Jimmie.
Strickland popped out to short and
Wood flew out in left, where Merrill
nabbed him. Palatka was hot after
revenge in this inning and it looked
for a minute or so like they would
get it. Holden first up, struck out.
Tenny got a nice clean single. Homer
played with him on first a few times
arid finally threw the ball past Strick Strickland
land Strickland and Tenney lit out for second.
He showed right there that he didn't
know Strickland for Strick recovered
the ball and tossed it to Wood who
waited until Tenney walked into it.
ine next man up couidn t speaK a
word of Englishbut he had a regular
American nigger's luck. He hit a hot
ground ball to Wood. Wood stooped
to field it and just about that time the
ball hit a rock and bounced three feet
over Wood's head. (I forget to tell you
why this batter couldn't speak Eng English.
lish. English. You couldn't either if your name
was Villirno and you were just im imported
ported imported from Cuba, but believe me,
fans, you ought to see that Cuban
play short. He is just about a nar nar-vel).
vel). nar-vel). Larzo (he no speaka de Amer Americano
icano Americano either) was next up and he flew
out to Jackson, retiring the side with without
out without a score although we were scared.
Score: Palatka 0, Ocala 1.
Second inning: Gale came up first
and took three healthy whiffs. Din Din-kins
kins Din-kins tried to beat out a bunt but that
little Cuban catcher named Larzo
changed Dink's mind about that when
he threw him out at first. Homer Luff Luff-man
man Luff-man singled and then Joe Brooks
drove out to the center field fence and
was robbed of a two-bagger by the
center fielder who reached up on the
fence and pulled the old apple down.
Palatka put their home run hitter to
the bat next and he (Lepper) popped
out to Homer. Homer walked Bar-
stow and then advanced him to sec second
ond second on what the umpire called a balk.
say "called it a balk" because I
didn't see it and the rest of the team
says it wasn't a balk. Browning flew
out to short. Merrill went out, Homer
to Strick. Score: Palatka 0, Ocala 1.
Third inning: Liddell went out, pit
cher to first. Luff man went out, third
to first. Jackson retired the side,
pitcher to first
Barstow, the Palatka
pitcher, seemed to have tightened
aown and it looked line a i to u game.
Falatka again got a man on base m
the third but he died there. The
first man at bat was Brown, an old
timer He struck out for old time s
sake. Homer walked the next man.
Tenney flew out to right. Villirno
grounded to Jackson, who tossed the
ball to Strick for the last out. Score:
raiatKa u, ucaia i.
Fourth inning: Strickland led off by
going out, short to first. Wood fol
lowed his, second to first. Gale singled
but did not score for Diakins popped
up to the pitcher, retiring the side.
Larzo, first up for Palatka, went out,
second to first. Lepper got to first

when Wood let a grass cutter go by. 'Gale was forced at second by short
Barstow made a neat sacrifice and 1 unassisted when Homer Luffman hit
sent Lepper to second but Browning 1 a grounder over the second sack. Pa Pa-retired
retired Pa-retired the side when Homer fooled latka found that loose thread in the
him on three hooks. Score: Palatka 0,!sewing in this inning and they began
Ocala 1. 'to pull on it and the more they pulled

Fifth inning: Homer led off in the the more we groaned and squirmed,
fifth with a grounder to second, who. but it wasn't any use. Lady Luck and
threw Homer out at first. Brooks 'all her children had deserted us com

SAW HIS IIAIU'S
FIGHTING SHIPS

Review by President Harding of the
Great Atlantic Fleet a It Passed
In at Hampton Roads
(Associated Press)
Old Point Comfort, April 28. The
Atlantic fleet arriving from its south southern
ern southern drill grounds passed in ceremonial
review before President Harding to today,
day, today, as it entered home waters, in
Hampton Roads. More than .sixty
warships led by the flagship Pennsyl Pennsylvania
vania Pennsylvania were in the long column that
filed by to pay the command-in-chieFs
honors to the president as he stood
with the secretary of the navy and a
party of officials on the bridge of the
presidential, yacht Mayflower. It was
Mr. Harding's first review of any part
of the nation's seapower since he as assumed
sumed assumed office and the navy's first op opportunity
portunity opportunity to salute him.
fouled out to first. Jimmie drove
long clean single to right that was
almost deep enough for a double, but
Jimmie used his head and did not try
to stretch it as he used to do. He
didn't profit by his headwork this time
however for that swift Cuban catcher
caught him a few minutes later when
he made a mighty effort to steal sec second.
ond. second. Palatka got on base again in
the fifth when Merrill singled. Brown
sacrificed Merrill to second. Holden
popped up to Jackson and tenney
popped out to Hpmer, retiring the
side. Score: Palatka 0. Ocala 1.
Sixth inning: Here is where Ocala
sewed up the old ball game and had it
all tagged and ready to ship. (You
notice I say "ready to ship," for we
didn't ship it hpme as we expected).
Fred Luffman got 'up first and hit a
hot one to the pitcher who fumbled
and let Fred reach first in safety.
Jackson sacrificed Fred to second.
Strickland sacrificed both runners up
a base and then Marry Wood nit a
nice, swift two-bagger and scored
both runners. Barstow was a little
rattled then and walked Gale. Dinkins
hit a two-bagger" and scored Gale.
Homer Luffman drove a fly to right
field that we all thought had gotten
away for good, but Tenney ran back
and- nabbed it, retiring the side. Pa Palatka
latka Palatka tried hard td scoie in the sixth
but failed. Villirno flew out to center.
Jimmie Liddell made a pretty catch.
Larzo walked and stole second. Lep Lepper,
per, Lepper, the home run king, struck out.
Barstow got to first on an error thru
Harry Wood but Harry redeemed his
good name when he recovered the ball
and threw Larzo out at the plate
when he tried to score on the play.
Score: Palatka 0, Ocala 4.
Seventh inning: Ocala added an another
other another run in the lucky seventh. Brooks
got up first and flew out to short.
Liddell reached first on a wild throw
by short. Fred Luffman sacrificed
him to second. Jackson scored him
with his second two-bagger of the
game. Strickland singled and Jack Jackson
son Jackson was caught out at the plate when
he tried to score on the single from
second. Palatka showed fight again
1 in this inning. Homer hit Browning
in the back. Merrill reached first on
a fielder's choice when Browning was
forced at second, Strickland to Jack
son. Strick made a pretty stop of
this one. Merrill tried to steal sec
ond on a hit and run signaL The bat batter
ter batter missed the ball and Merrill was
caught napping off first. Dink threw
to first and Merrill lit out to second.
He ran zig-zag and when Strick threw
the ball to Harrv. Merrill ran in front
(of the ball g0 hed second on
what has to be marked as an error on
; Strkk for a bad tErow aithough I
do,t bel- winchester rifle could
k.,,. Mll;ii m h
ed along that patch. Brown flew out
to center. Holden tried a grounder
over second but Jackson tore over
there and snatched the ball UD with
one
hand and retired Holden and the
side with a perfect peg to first. Score
Palatlca 0. Orals. 5
Eigthv inning: Put your flags at
jhalf mast in this inning for here is
where the tide began to turn. Ocala
did nothing in her half of the eighth.
Wood fouled out to the catcher. Gale
j reached first when Lepper dropped his
; grounder. Dinkins flew out to right.

1A.1

0
FFERS THAIS
TO AMERICA
In the Light of Events, Thanks of the
French Government Seem
Somewhat Ironical
(Associated Press)
London, April 28. It was an announced
nounced announced by Reuters, Limited, today it
had learned the government of France
had instructed Ambassador Jusserand,
in Washington, to thank the United
States government "for its assurance
that the United States would not de delivery
livery delivery the German reparations note
without the approval of the Allies."
France added, says the news agency,
it could not approve the proposals oi oi-see
see oi-see in them basis for possible settle settlement.
ment. settlement. ARE WORSE BALLED UP THAN
EVER
Germany's attempt to clarify cer certain
tain certain of her reparations proposals in
compliance with the request of the
British foreign office yesterday, it
was said in officials circles today,, has
resulted in even greater confusion.
Great Britain has asked for further
explanations. 9
PUTTING ON MORE PENALTIES
Paris, April '28. The application of
further penalties to Germany and the
tracing of new boundary lines be between
tween between Poland and German upper Si Silesia
lesia Silesia will be discussed, by the supreme
allied council at London Saturday, it
was learned today.
AMERICA ASKED TO ATTEND
The next development regarding
the German propositions on the rep reparations
arations reparations question is expected to oc occur
cur occur in London as, according to' the
best information here, no further steps
will be taken in this situation until
the allied supreme council, which
meets in London Saturday has acted.
American participation in the London
deliberations is hoped for in French
circles, where it is stated an invitation
will be sent to Washington to have a
representative of the United States
present.
LLOYD GEORGE SAYS
London, April 28. Premier Lloyd
George speaking in the house of com commons
mons commons today on Germany's reparations
proposals said: "I very much regret
to say they are thoroughly unsatis
factory, and I wish it had been pos
sible for me to say that they alter
the situation."
pletely. Tenney was first up and
went out in short order, Jack to
Strick. Homer loosened up fatally
here and walked the two Cubans, Vfl-
irno and Larzo. Then Home Run
Lepper came to the bat. Homer was
still a little wild and let Lepper get
three balls on him. It was up to Ho
mer then to groove the apple and
groove it I guess he did, although it
has not yet been found. It soared
heavenward over the right field fence
and on top of a large, two-story house
outside the park. When seen last it
was still headed sw by w s. Homer
tightened up then and struck out
Barstow. Browning retired the side
with a fly to left. Score: Palatka 3,
Ocala 5.
Ninth inning: Ocala was not able to
threaten in her half of the ninth.
Brooks struck out. Liddell reached
first on an error by short, but was
forced at second when Fred Tnffman
hit to short. Jackson retired the side,
pitcher to first. When our boys start started
ed started out into the field in the last of the
ninth we told them to play tight and
hold Palatka for the 5 to 3 score.
think they were all tuned up too high
for this extra effort and were as ner
vous as school kids. Homer was a lit
tie shaky and walked Merrill, the first
man up. Brown followed with a long
fly to left which Brooks caught, hold
mg Merrill on nrst. Holden hit a
grounder to Fred Luffman who booted
it in his haste to get a double. Tenney
hit another grounder to Fred with
Merrill on second and Holden on first.
The ball reached Fred when he was
only a few feet off the third sack and
Merrill was 20 feet away, but Fred
was rattled from his error on the last
ball and blew up completely. He could
have touched the third sack and fore
ed Merrill and then had a chance for
a double at first, but Fred was up in
a balloon and held the ball until all
the runners were safe. Villirno
singled and scored MerrilL That still
left us a chance to win, although they
were only one run behind and had
three on bases with only one out. AH
the infield was playing close in on
their toes to play anything to the

WEATHE2 FORECAST
'J Generally fair tonight
and Friday.
NO. 100
REPUBLICAN SEtlATOR
OFF RESERVATION
Knox Resolution, Coming Up Today,
Received from Knute Nelson
Some Very Hard Knocks
(Associated Press)
.Washington, April 28--The first at attack
tack attack in the Senate on the Knox peace
resolution came today from the re republican
publican republican side. Senator Nelson, of Min Minnesota,
nesota, Minnesota, chairman of the Senate judi judiciary
ciary judiciary committee, characterizing the
resolution as "unusual, halting, equi equivocating
vocating equivocating and only a partial and piece piecemeal
meal piecemeal work." s
SHATTERED THE LINE-UP
His opposition shattered the hopes
of leaders for a solid republican Jine Jine-up
up Jine-up for adoption of the resolution.
EMERGENCY TARIFF
The emergency tariff bill designed
for relief of the farmers and to check
the dumping of foreign goods in this
country was ordered favorably report reported
ed reported today by the Senate finance com committee.
mittee. committee. The measure approved by the
Senate committee differs radically
from that passed by the House, the
anti-dumping and currency valuation
nrovisions Heinf sharnlv revised, al
though the tariff provisions were not
changed.
HOUSE WONT LEAVE IT TO
HARDING
The House rejected today over overwhelmingly
whelmingly overwhelmingly the amendment to the na naval
val naval appropriation bill' providing that
no funds should be used lor continu continuing
ing continuing warship construction until Presi President
dent President Harding had called and interna international
tional international conference 'to consider disarm disarmament.
ament. disarmament. MRS. GRAY MISSING
(Associated Press)
Tampa, April 28, Mrs. F. E. Gray
of Eagle Lake, has been missing since
April 22 and her husband is searching
etter received nere said she was last
seen at Eagle Lake on that date.
GAR JUNIOR CANT
FILL UP THE GAPS
(Associated Press)
Hampton Roads, Va.. April 28. The
Gar Junior left Hampton Roads at
daylight for New York. The boat has
12 hours and 31 minutes to reach New
York to equal the running time of the
Coast Line's Havana special, and
Captain Gar Wood said he expected
to make it in ten hours.
plate. Larzo came to the bat and drove
a hot one on the ground to Jackson,
who was playing up just behind the
pitcher. As scorer I dont know
whether to give Larzo a hit because
the ball was too hot to handle at that
close range or to give Jackson an er
ror but be that as it may, the ball
went to the outfield and Tenney and
Villirno "scored, winning the game.'
Score: Palatka 6, Ocala 5.
The Box Scores
Patlaka ABRHPOAE
xiuiueo, ma a v a v
Tenney, rf 5 1 1 2 10
Villirno, ss 4 1 2 3 3 2
Larzo, c 3 11 5 2 0
Lepper, 1st 4 1 1 13 0 1
tr.ii a a m t n n n A
Barstow, p 2 0 0 1 4 1
Browning, cf ..a... 3 0 0 1 0 1
Merrill, 11 3 1 10 0 0
Brown, 3rd 3 0 0 0 1 0
31 6 6 27 13 5
Ocala ABRHPOAE
Liddell, cf ........5 2 1 2 0 0
F. Luffman, 3rd . .4 1 0 0 0 2
Jackson, ss 4 0 1 2 4 0
Strickland, 1st 3 0 13 2.1
Wood, 2nd 41 1 2 2 2
Gale, rf 3 1 1 1 0 0
Dinkins, e 4 0 1 $ 2 0
H. Luffman, p 4 0 1 1 a 9
Brooks, If 4 0,0 2 0 0
35 5 7 25 11 6
Score by innings:
Palatka 000 000 033
Ocala .100 003 100 o
Summary: Home runs, Lepper; two two-base
base two-base hits, Jackson 2, Dinkins, Wood;
struck out by Luffman by Barstow
3; base on balls, off Luffman, 6, off
Barstow 1. Balks, Luffman 1. Sacri Sacrifice
fice Sacrifice hits, Barstow, Brown, F. Luffman,
Jackson, Strickland. Umpire, KJn
Time, two hours 10 minutes. Scorer,
L. T. L
A large shipment just received of
Bordeaux Mixture, Disinfectants and
INSECTICIDES, etc, at the Anti Anti-Monopoly
Monopoly Anti-Monopoly Drug Store. 20-12t



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out a dissenting vote. We notice four
members of the committee were ab

sent. The naval stores inspectors are
hardens on the people, but they are
well intrenched.

A special from Tallahassee says:

The Senate today sustained Gover

nor Catts' veto of Senator Crosby's
bill of last session forbidding railway

trains to remain across a highway
more than ten minutes. Crosby made

a fight to pass the bill over the veto
but the effort was not successful, only
seven senators voting to override the
veto."
This action of the Senate is of no
interest to people in an incorporated
town, where railroads are. subject to
city ordinances, but it is rough on the
people in the country, where we have
seen trains stand across a public road
for half an hour at a time.

STUART SHOWED GOOD 1
" SENSE AND SENTIMENT i

ii

Circuit court meets Monday.

It's the Star's opinion that the
silliest thing Dr. A. Mitchell Palmer
ever did was to prescribe beer for
sick people.

Well may people rub their eyes,
wipe the dust from their glasses
when they read that the state board

of health has proposed a reduction by
half of the amount of state funds

previously alloted for the operation

of that department which it is prom

ised will not have its usefulness hamp

ered by such reduction. Times-

Union.

The good business sense and public

spirit of Joe Earman is principally

responsible for the present condition

of the board of health, which was a

tangled, wrangling political machine

when he was put at the head of it.

"The original Samuel Pepys was
tedious enough, but he was bright and
entertaining compared with his feeble
imitators of today.

X ilia is lhc uiiiviiiucoi, vuw ui au
Ex-Gov. Catts wanted a visit a pris prisoner
oner prisoner at Raiford and Sim Blitch
wouldn't let him in.

Representative Hunter has introduc introduced
ed introduced into the House a bill to retire cir circuit
cuit circuit court juderes on pensions after

twenty years' service.

The progressive little town of Moore
Haven suffered greatly from fire

Tuesday, but it will soon "rise, Phoe

nix-like, from its ashes."

The delegation Ocala sent to Tampa
did crood work and did it soon. The

Star has always known Ocala had

plenty of friends in Tampa.

And so they have a bill before the
legislature, to pay pensions to school
teachers. Why should school teachers

be paid pensions any more than any

body else?

John C Trice writes from Talla Tallahassee:
hassee: Tallahassee: There was very little spar sparring
ring sparring among the members of the House

today. Now and then, however, there J

was a little passage at arms, so to 'J
speak, to relieve the monotony of the
grind. One of these occurred between ;
the gentleman from Leon, Mr. Davis, : J
and Mt. Stuart from Hillsboroutrh. i

while the House was considering the i
bitter's bill providing for the furnish-; I
ing of clothing" and five dollars in i J
money to discharged inmates leaving j J
the corrective institutions of the state.

Mr. Davis objected to the' money pro-ia

vision, giving as his reason that many many-of
of many-of those leaving were boys who would

use the money to get into a crap

game, which might cause them to be
brought back to the place of deten detention.
tion. detention. Rather spiritedly Mr. Stuart
retorted that he could not help it if
there was some such boys.. That there
were also many girl3 leaving these
places, and if the clothes and money
so given to them enabled one of them
to return to her home and make a
good woman, she would be worth more
to the state than all the money given
to the class named. No one seemed
to debate the subject further.

Fra"h...Di!,l MEAL ESTATE

Improved and Unimproved Cily

and Country Property.

No.
No.

IO-
131.

No. 143.
No. 159.
No. 168

I otter tor a short time the following Bargains:

HIGH CLASS KESIDENCK LOTS. Buy now and build when you like.

Lot on Oklawaha Avenue, 100 ft. front by 122 ft. .$ 800
Corner Lot on South Fiftn Street, 100 ft, f root by 13O ft., near Mrs.
Ford's residence 1000
Corner Lot on S. Eighth Street and Sanchez street, 68 ft. front by 122 ft.. . 800
Lot adjoining the above jtnd due west, 68 ft. front by 244 ft. 800

WACAHOOTA

Lot on Broadway, suitable for store or garage, 50x1 12 ft. This lot is on a
brick street $1000
RENTING PROPERTY AT LOW PRICES
Small house on Broadway v $ 400
Two renting houses on lot soxrso ft., both for, .- 500
Two renting houses on lot 100x200 ft., both for (SOLD).. 500
Two renting houses in Smith & Daugherty addition, both j 800

Has Ocala started to build up? Drive over town and see for yourself what is being done and
consult me as to what is in prospect. Bu V N.OW!
LET ME SHOW YOUthe above bargains, and if YOU WANT A FARM or a SUB SUBURBAN
URBAN SUBURBAN TRACT I have them and it will be a pleasure to show you.
' ' FRANK W. DITTO, 107 South Main Street.

No. 92.
No. 123.
No. 107.
No. 118.

O .O". .Oi S?. .Oi .O S jOi fJ

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From another point of view, the ap

pointment of Col. Harvey to the post

of ambassador to Great Britain was
confirmation of the fact that in this
country freedom of speech is not de denied
nied denied or punished when employed in
1 : 3 a

proper manner ana unaer constitu

tional guarantee. Times-Union.

All the same, no man should be ap

pointed representative of America to
another nation unless he is fitted to
fill the post, and George Harvey has
never given proof that he is fitted to
be ambassador to Graustark, let alone

Britain.

' Let the shipworkers strike if they
want to. The pep pie of the United
States are being taxed to pay their
salaries, and it would be economy to
tie up the ships.

Says the Tampa Times: "Ocala's
fair and generous attitude toward
capital removal is most commendable
and one which will influence many
persons to vote in Ocala's favor if the
opportunity is given."

A Tallahassee dispatch to the Key
West Citizen announces the acceptance
by the state highway department, as
a "state road, of the proposed road

from Miami to Key West. Here's
where the rest of the state is goiny
to do some righteous howling. Tam Tampa
pa Tampa Tribune.
State highway department is a
fraud and should be abolished. In its
place should be a competent and con conscientious
scientious conscientious engineer, who should have
to earn a good salary.
Georgia is trying a lot of men ac accused
cused accused of lynching. We hope the jury
will find the men guilty if the evidence
is sufficient but the jurors should not

bring in a verdict on the idea that
Georgia is' on trial. Times-Union.
Georgia has been abused so much
that she doesn't care a rap whether
she is on trial or not. Incidentally
speaking, the average man is safer in

Georgia than in New York or Chicago.

The Washington Post, the admin administration
istration administration paper in the national cap capital,
ital, capital, frowns on the idea of a bonus
for the ex-service men, but it was all
smiles when paying thatf twenty-five
million dollar blackmail to Colombia
came up.

The Tampa Tribune says the rea reason
son reason why a third of the boys in the re reform
form reform school at Marianna are from
Hillsborough, county is because the of officials
ficials officials of the county are strictly obey obeying
ing obeying the law. Which is a very cred creditable
itable creditable reason.

Senator Harris of Georgia, who has
nearly four more years to serve before
Tom Hardwick takes his place, pro proposes
poses proposes to bar all immigrants for five
years. Times-Union.

Howcome Tom Hardwick will takej

his place? Inform us.

A bill has been introduced into the
Florida Senate, authorizing the gov governor
ernor governor to appoint J. Clifford R. Foster
as brigadier general on the retired
list of the Florida National Guard.
The Star hopes the bill will become
law, and that much justice will be
done a very brave and efficient soldier.

Getting papers delivered promptly

and accurately is one of the most dif

ficult tasks. It appears to the abso absolutely
lutely absolutely impossible to coax, cajole or

force carrier boys to attend to their

business in a business-like manner.

Boys will be boys and their service

will always have defects. Clearwater

Sun.

Your sentiments, partner, awaken a

reciprocal throb in this office.

Wacahoota, April 27. A much
needed shower fell in this community
Friday and did much good to all the

growing crops.
Dr. E. B. Howell and father of Val Val-dosta,
dosta, Val-dosta, Ga., preached here last Mon Monday
day Monday and is visiting Mr. Lute Howell.
Dr. Howell's many friends are glad
to know he is improving in health and

hope he will soon be entirely well
again.
Mrs. Curtice Robinson entertained
a few friends at her home last Tues Tuesday
day Tuesday evening in honor of her brother

and wife, Mr. and Mrs. Simmons of
Jacksonville. Music and dancing
were the main features of the eve

ning. Ice tea and cakes were served i

during the evening.
Mr .and Mrs. J. 0. Tyson attended

the funeral of Mrs. N. F. Fickle ati
Melrose last Monday. i

Quite a number from here attended i

the marriage at Tacoma of Miss"

Elizaabeth Mathews to Dr. O'Kelly of

Gainesville last ednesday afternoon

at' 2 o'clock.

Mrs. R. W. Mosley returned home

Friday from a week's visit to rela

tives at Starke and Lawtey.

Mr. and Mrs. Simmons returned to

their home in Jacksonville last Wednesday.

Mrs. Elvin Bruton spent Wednes

day with her mother, Mrs. M. P. Phi-

ney of Raleigh.

Mr. Yates, of the University filled

Dr. OTCelly's appointment here last
Sunday afternoon. He was accom accompanied
panied accompanied by his wife and Mr. Watts.

Miss Eula McKinney, who has been

teaching at Archer, is home with her

father for the summer vacation.

Mr. and Mrs. R. P. Smith were Sat

urday visitors to Micanopy.

Mrs. J. W. Bradley and daughter,

Lucile are recovering from a recent

illness.

Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Curry and

daughter, Miss Thelma were visitors
to Archer last Friday afternoon.

WE HAVE THE TIRE YOU WANT
WHEN YOU WANT IT ;
"SERVICE" Oar Motto
UNITED STATES TIRES ( HOOD TIRES
ACCESSORIES
SINCLAIR MOTOR OILS
CARS WASHED, AND PbLISHED
4ft
KUMBAK SERVICE STATION

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NOTICE

Nnt.icft is herebv riven that the citv

council of the city of Ocala, Florida,

will at its meeting on may sra, ivzi,
at 8 p. m., in the city hall of said city,
receive hida for the following ma

chinery installed: A hot process water

softener of 3zuu gallons per nour ca capacity,
pacity, capacity, complete with heater section,
sedimentation tank, chemical solution
tank, chemical pumps, proportioner
and sand filter. Address oids to City

Clerk, Ocala, Florida. The right to
reject any and all bids is reserved.
D. E. McIVER,
President of City Council.
3-31-5t-thura

EVERWEAR HOSIERY sold by

best retailers EVERYWHERE, at

FISHEIS only.

Announcement

In keeping with our policy
to give 100 service to all
"EDISON PHONOGRAPH own owners,
ers, owners, we have placed a stock
of Edison Re-Creations with
the COURT PHARMACY,
where the latest music will
always be available.

Kelley -Miller Music Co.
GAINESVILLE. FLA.

Isnt it worth while to
""-ifcTC ear glasses if they will
"tvfcV" ree you rom beadar he T
DR. K. J. WEIHE.
Optometrist and Optician
Eyesight Specialist

L. ALEXANDER

PRACTICAL CONTRACTOR AD

. i BUILDER
Careful estimates made cn all eo
tract work. Gives more and better
work fcr the money than any other
contractor in the citv.

8 DAYS ONLY
Okeh $1 records $ .85
Lyric $1 records '. . .69
Jennett 85c. records 69
Columbia $1 records .69
Operaphone $1 records 69
Popular sheet music 25 cents.
22-8t KINDT'S MUSIC STORE

Our Specialty Is.

buildind

Id Often

V

MAZON & CO.
i
Br t ween Ten Cent Store and Gerlg'a
Drag Store

SUGAR SATURDAY AND MONDAY

EDISON
PHONOGRAPHS

HOBART M. CABLE
, PIANOS

13 pounds of sugar for one dollar,

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

tt H. B. WHITTINGTON.

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.

NEEDDAM MOTOR CO.
General Auto Repairing
and Storage
Gasoline, Oils and Grease
USED CARS FOR SALE
Cars Washed i.$1.00
Cara Polished .50

Oklawaha Ave. & Orange St
Phone 252

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.

THIS' IS A STUOEBAKER YEAR

VISIT

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 163. 20-10t

Our Splendidly Equipped Repair Shop
See How Well We Arc Prepared lo Fix Your Automobile
MURPHY MOTOE COMPANY

Main Street, Opposite Ocala Iron Works

OCALA FLORIDA

R alSfng the Family Pa wasted a lo'.ct breath on tne wrong personl

Ocala's attitude toward capital re removal
moval removal is one of fairness and gentle gentle-manness
manness gentle-manness such ,as "we would expect to
find coming from a city like Ocala.
Tampa Tribune.
The Star appreciates this compli compliment
ment compliment to its home city all the more
from the fact that it knows it to be
entirely deserved.

The House committee on lumber
and naval stores, to which was re referred
ferred referred House bill No. 3, which if it be became
came became a law would abolish naval stores
inspectors, reported against it, with-

1 P r.

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OCALA EVENING STAB, THURSDAY, APRIL 28, 1921

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Help your dollars along,
Give them a lift
They will do more for you
If you spend them at the
U-SERME STORES
It's an easy matter to shop here.
As you enter, just take a basket and go right
ahead. You will note that the goods are so
arranged that you can take the whole situa situation
tion situation in at a glance. You soon locate the goods
and in a short time you will be able to go
right to the items you want.
Ballard's Obelisk Flour, 77l
12-pound bags 1 1
Ballard's Obelisk Flour, OA C(k
24-pound bags .... pAel V
Ballard's Self-Rising Flour, QAp
12-pound bags..... i ovt
.Ballard's Self-Rising Flour. fcl EC
' 24-pound bags tfietJeJ
Pioneer Self-Rising Flour, O'O p
6-pound bags.-
Pioneer Self-Rising Flour, 79l
. 12-pound bags ...... .... --
Pioneer Self-Rising Flour, A
24;pound bags
9 pound Water Ground or
Cream Meal.-.------------
9 pounds Coarse or Fine 9?P
Grits...
1 ponnd tins 1fitf
Crisco
y2 pound tins 97f
Crisco -----
1-pound packages Kingan's
Pure Lard lOv
5-cent cakes Octagon Mp
Soap....
10-cent cakes Octagon 00
Soar. ---------
10-cent bottles Liquid
.Bluing 0t
10-cent packages Tetle's 00
Tea 0
55-cent Robin Hood Pure Fruit 00
Jam..........: tWt
60-cent Royal Scarlet Pure Fruit QQP
Jam wwt
60c and 70c Paul's Pure Fruit
60c and 70c Royal Scarlet Fruit AQ
Jam L.
40-cent Skookum Apple 9Cn
Butter .....
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U-SERVE STOKES
Cash and Carry
One East and one West City Square

CLOSING EXERCISES OF
THE PRIMARY SCHOOL

35

FREE SWEET POTATO SLIPS

FOR BOYS' POTATO CLUB

On Tuesday afternoon at 6:15, the
children of the primary school gave
their usual yearly closing entertain entertainment
ment entertainment for their friends and parents.
As the seating capacity is limited,
each child was allowed to invite a
parent or a friend, no general invita invitation
tion invitation being issued.
The north portico of the building
was used as the stage, the piano be being
ing being placed just inside of the doorway.
The tall columns of the entrance were
wound with bamboo and a large bunch
of Easter lilies was placed on the
piano. The seats for the guests were

on the lawn facing the entrance. The
children in their dainty little gar garments
ments garments and costumes made a charming

picture as they come out to sing their

songs, just as the sun was sinking at
the end of the day.
The entertainment that the children

crave this year differed somewhat

from those given in previous years,

As the children said "it wasn't a real

entertainment" but just a collection of

songs that the pupils, had been taught

as part of their regular training dur

ing the past term.

Miss Eunice Marsh as supervisor of
music in the primary school, had had
these children under her charge and
as a result of her excellent training

the entertainment proved delightful.
The following program was given
by separate grades and collectively,
was grouped as follows:
Devotional songs by entire school.
Patriotic songs by entire school.
Trade songs by third grade boys.
Indian songs by first grade boys.
Mother Goose songs by first grade
girls.-
Lullabies by third grade girls.

Folk dances by second grade girls.
Seasonal songs.
The final niimhpr on the rrficram

-KM
J:was supplied by pupils from each

j grade. A small boy dressed as a page

0$ I came out and called for each month of
(if) I the year which were represented by

different groups or children dressed
in costumes to represent the months,
each group singing a song appropriate
to the month it represented. And
finally the entire school sang a song
of "Summer and Vacation."
The entertainment was thoroughly
enjoyed by all who were privileged to
be invited, and was a remarkable ex example
ample example of the excellent work that is
being done in the primary school un

der Miss Nellie Stevens, principal, and
her able corps of assistants.

The state college experiment sta

tion at Gainesville has agreed to fur furnish
nish furnish sweet potato draws from select

ed seed potatoes free to boys who are
to be potato club members this year.
The only expense will be the postage
or express on the draws from Gainesville.

These draws, or slips, are from po potatoes
tatoes potatoes that have been carefully sorted
and selected to keep the varieties
pure. They are free of disease and in insect
sect insect pests. They can furnish any of
the following varietfes: Porto Rico,
Nancy Hall, Providence, Pattisaw
Yam and Norton Yam. They were
also seeltced for yield, and the station
has grown as high as 320 bushels per
acre with some of these.
None of these draws will be sold to
farmers in competition with plant
growers, but they will be given to the
boys in the potato clubs.
It is important that we place re requests
quests requests for these as soon as possible.
Every member of the boys sweet po potato
tato potato club in Marion county, and every
boy who wishes to become a member,
should send to the county agent his

request for these draws, if he wants

them ,at once. The county agent's
address is K. C. Mnnre Vo1a trio

P. O. Bex 269. He will be in the office
in the court house building all. day

Saturdays.

Lake Weir, April 27. Mr. and Mrs.
G. W. Crum have, just concluded the
seventh winter spent "on beautiful
Lake Weir and are leaving in their
car today for their summer home in
Frederick, Md. Mr. and Mrs. 'Crura
will be greatly missed by the wide
circle of friends in church and social
circles who have been benefited in all
walks of life by their coming among
us and only hope they will be able to
make the journey next winter, which
we always look forward to with so
much pleasure.
Mr. and Mrs. Mereton Webster also
left this week for their northern home

in Westerly, R. I., with a promise to

come back early next fall and bring
their relatives with them, who were
so enthusiastic over our lovely state

while touring it last winter. They in including
cluding including Mr. and Mrs. Myers and Mr

and Mrs. rred Webster will receive

a cordial welcome at Lake Weir

should they decide to locate here on

their return.

HO The young people of the B. Y. P. U

M meet at church Frid.av niht'

solved, that woman is more to the

world than money." Saturday night to
study the manual of the B. Y. P. U.
they will meet at the home of Mr. John

T. Lewis. Refreshments and games
after the studv period.

Rev. Boatwnght of Anthony will
preach at the church Sunday morning
and evening, May 1st.

Mr. Joe Marshall has returned from
Jacksonville for a brief visit to his

parents and friends who are always

delighted to see his smiling face, if

only for a fleeting moment.

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LAKE WEIR

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

I:

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AGENCY

fjfiJPj m b T" A TV JC 'm bti

YOUNG-MEMMN CO.
CIVIL EIVGINEERS AND SURVEYORS
Licensed under the laws of the State of Florida

Surveys
Highways'

Plats
Drainage

Reports
Phosphate

Capt. Edward Draks is associated
with us and in charge cf oar Phos Phosphate
phate Phosphate Mine and Plant Department.

Offices, 33-34 Holder BIdg.
OCALA, FLORIDA

Phone No. 543

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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.
THE VOGUE

INCREASE THE AUXILIARY

The week beginning Monday, April
25, there will be a house W house
canvass for membership for the Mar Marion
ion Marion 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.
27-2t

Mary M.

McDowell,
Secretary.

OXFORD

Oxford, April 27. The classes of

1923-24 of the Oxford high school, on
the night of April 25th, enjoyed a
most delightful ice cream and cake

supper at the home of Mr. and Mrs

Newton. The supper was given from
the proceds of a series of programs

given by the above classes a few
weeks ago. The program was under
the management of Miss DeWitt, the

teacher of 1923-24 claasses last term.

The supper was attended by all of the

members of the classes, and greatly

enjoyed by all present. The games

introduced by Miss DeWitt were espe

cially enjoyed by the youngsters.

Among those present were Miss

Fisher of Wisconsin and Miss Anther

Groffs of Summerfield. Miss DeWitt

is originally of Wisconsin and wQ

return to her home there in a few

days.
"Where farmers really farm" is

fitting motto for our little town. We

have already eaten ripe tomatoes,
string beans, cucumbers, squash and
Irish potatoes. But here comes the
watermelon, red and ripe from the
patch of Mr. Preston Caruthers, one

of our many prosperous farmers of
this section. It will only be a matter
of a few weeks, or rather days, before

our farmers will be shipping water watermelons
melons watermelons and cantaloupes from cur sta station,'
tion,' station,' having already begun shipping

tomatoes quite a few days ago. We
also have some corn silkin' out. So
watch out. Farming will yet put Ox

ford on the map as one of the leading

little towns of the state.

A meeting was held Tuesday night

at the Oxford Academy auditorium,

by the boys of Oxford who are inter

ested in seeing our town build up, by
organizing a Boy Scout troop, and
chosing Mr. George Laveigen to act

as scout master. We are looking for

ward with great expectations for the

Boy Scouts here.

The crate industry is now begin beginning
ning beginning to be something at Oxford. The
Ledbetter Crate Co., managed by Mr.

J. C. Ledbetter, is now turninsr out

thousands of first class tomato bas

kets and crates of all descriptions.

We are glad to see such an industry

successfully operated in our town.
Miss Sue Ledbetter is spending i
few weeks with relatives at Kissim
mee.

Miss Anther Groffe of Summerfield

is spending a few days with relatives

here.

Miss Grace Clybur nof Summerfield

paid a visit to Oxford Sunday.

Miss Sallie Ledbetter spent a few
days with friends in Summerfield last

week.

Regular preaching services were

held at the Baptist church by the pas

tor, Rev. James Douglas of Wildwood,

last Sunday.
Dr. A. E. Cline of Lakeland

spending a few days in this section.
Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Taylor of New
York city, who purchased a place
through the Strout Farm Agency
here, are now making many improve improvements
ments improvements on their property, which lies
on the west shore of Lake Miona, by
building two bungalows there.
Mr. IL E. Parrhain who has been
quite sick for the last few months, is
now up and improving.
Mrs. C. Grady Martin is visiting
relatives in Gainesville.
Mr. and Mrs. O. L. Bogue motored
to Coleman Sunday.

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efficient service.

GASOLINE, OILS and GREASE

SPENCER-PEDRICK MOTOR CO.

Help the eighth grade O. H. S. to
complete payment on their new piano

by attending the "Fairy Conspiracy'
at the Temple theater tonight.
Admission 50 and 35 cents, including
pictures. 26-3t

Ocala

PHONE 271

Florida

II. T.

mm

Fire
Insurance
Ocala, Florida

I SPOT CASH j

GROCERY

V
Staple and Fancy Groceries,
. Produce,
Fruits and Vegetables.

Free Delivery

18

SUGAR SATURDAY AND MONDAY

13 pounds of sugar for one dollar,
with a dollar's worth of other groc groceries,
eries, groceries, for cash, Saturday and Monday
only. Phone 377.
tf H. B. WHITTINGTON.

I W. A. Stroud

Phone 393

siiimimm:

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

RAILROAD SCHEDULES

Arrival and departure of passenger

trains at OCALA UNION STATION.

The following schedule figures pub-

ished as information and not guar

anteed.

(Eastern Standard Time)

SEABOARD AIR LINE RAILROAD

save Arri?
20 am Jacksonville-N'York 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 NTfork-St. Petrsbrg 1:35 am

is:i5am Tampa Z:lbam

1:50 pm Tampa-Manatee 1:35 pm

4:05 pm Tampa-bt. Petrsbrg 4:05 pm

ATLANTIC COAST LINE R. R.

Leave Arrive
2:27 am Jacksonville-N'York 2:33 am

1:45 pm Jksonville-Gainrville 3:24 pm

6:42 am Jksonville-Gansville 10:13 pm

2:33 am St.Petsbrg-Lakeland 2:27 am
3:24 pm St-Petsbrg-Lakeland 1:25 pm

7:i0am "Dunnellon- Wilcox

7:25 am "Dunellon-Lkeland 11:03 pm
3:30 pm Homosassa 1:25 pm

10:15 pm Leesbure 6:42 am

4:45 pm Gainesville 11:50 am

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

JJJ5JJ

New shipments of MILLINERY ar arriving
riving arriving daily at FISHEL'S- 3t
1919 Hupmobile touring. Al shape shape-Five
Five shape-Five tires. Newly painted. A good buy
at $800. Spencer-Pedrick Motor
company. i 25-tf

COOK'S
MARKET
and
GROCERY

FINEST
Florida and
Western Meats
FANCY
GROCERIES
A Complete Stock
PHONE 243

The eight grade pupils of the O. H.
S. are deserving of your support at
their operetta at the Temple theater
this evening. Everybody should at attend..
tend.. attend.. 26-3t

We are headquarters for the best
rolls you ever tasted. Prove this by I
trying them out if you havent already
done so. Federal Bakery. 25-t



OCALA EtN&G STAR. THURSDAY. APRIL 28, 1921

A Fairy

Consp

iracy

GIVEN BY

; The Eighth Grade
Ocala High Scoool
TONIGHT

OCALA OUHS

MOTHER'S DAY

Beautiful cards and mottoes for this
occasion at THE BOOK SHOP. 27-3t

AT

x
,

Temple Theatre

Added Attraction Picture Feature
SHIRLEY MASON in
"Merely Mary Ann"
AND
Two-Reel Comedy
Picture starts at 7 p. m.
Operetta at 8:30 p. m.

-
Rfir onH

Oi. UlllllJIJlUlJ UJS U1JU WV
$

re-

t

Cash and Carry Meat Market
CRAWFORD PASTEUR, Prop.,
Located in the CRESCENT GROCERY CO.'s Stor
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

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

Round Steak 30c
Other Steaks 24c
Brisket Stew 17V2C
Hamburger 23c

FINE PORK

Pork
Pork

Chops ... 25c Pork
Stew 20c Pork

Hams 25
Livers 25c

Veal Chops
Veal Stews

BEST OF VEAL
:.38c VealRoast
'..20c Veal Liver

33c
25c

FIRST QUALITY WESTERN
Round Steak 40c Loin Steaks 40c
Good Roast 38c Good Stews 20c
WESTERN LAMB
it
Lamb Chops 50c Lamb Leg -.40c
Lamb Ribs ; . 35c Lamb Flank 25c
.
We ask you for your patronage and
Thank You in1 advance.

Sheet Metal Work and Roofing
Gutters, down spouting 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
CARE OF
Standard Plumbing Co.,
Leesburg, FK

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

Auto Repairing!

ALL CARS

CYLINDERS RE-BORED AND
WELDING
EFFICIENT .WORKMEN.
PROMPT SERVICE
REASONABLE CHARGES
GEO. J. WILLIAMS
Formerly Carroll Motor Company
r Garage, Osceola St.

PHONE 597

If you have any society items for

the Star, please call five-one.

Sis' Cow came in town last night

and went to the postoffice.

Mrs. W. L. Brinson and pretty lit

tle daughter, Mildred, of Madison.

are spending the week with Mrs. Brin-

son's sister. Mrs. Edward Tucker.

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
Gerig's Drug Store.
We are glad to learn that Mr.
George Wenzel is improving.
There's no extra chargt for clean cleaning
ing cleaning yovf fish at the City Fish Market.
Phone 158. tf
Mr. N. D. Keys, a clever young

man, representing the Remington
Typewrite. Company, is in the city.

"New Books" at THE BOOK SHOP.
This is a Studebaker year. tf.
MOTHER'S DAY CARDS at THE

BOOK SHOP. 3t

Shafer & Standley are doing good

business at their fruit and cold drink

stand: Their taffy is making a great

hit.

Assortment of pretty DRESS

FABRICS at FISHEL'S.

Mr. and Mrs. Malloy and Mrs. Ray

Gamett of Inverness formed a, party

in Ocala yesterday.

The "Fairy Conspiracy" will begin

promptly at 8:30 this evening at the
Temple theater. Admission 50 and 35

cents, including picture show. 26-3t

Some new Bread and Sandwich

Trays at THE BOOK SHOP. 27,3t'

Blue Serge Trousers, all-wool,
duced to $4.90 at FISHEL'S.

Mrsv A. R. Sandlin, Mrs. Fish and

party of Leesburg, spent the day at

Silver Springs yesterday

.New Victor records at THE BOOK

SHOP. 27-3t

You can always get fresh or salt

water fiih, shrimp, etc., at the City
ViaVi Marlcpt on Fort Kini? avenue.

Phone 158. tf

You can save by buying your MIL

LINERY at FISHEL'S. 3t

Miss Beulah Hall of Columbia, S.
C, and her cousifi. Miss Janice Hall
of Orangeburg, S. C, are expected in
Ocala about the 8th of May for a visit
with their aunt, Mrs. Mamie Hall. En
route they will stop in Jacksonville as
the guest of Miss Lyda McDougal, and
later will go to Leesburg for a visit
with Mr. Troy Hall and family.
Our Bathing Caps are pretty and
durable. All fresh stock. Gerig's
Drug Store. tf
Framed Mottoes for Mother's Day

at THE BOOK SHOP. 27-3t

Beginning Saturday, the A. C. L.

freight office wil close at 12 o'clock
to give its employes a half holiday

every Saturday until the end of Sep

tember.

Everybody should go to see the

"Fairy Conspiracy" at Temple theater
this evening between the pictures.

Admission 50 and 35 cents, including

the picture show. 26-3t

Dazira Face Powder is satisfying,
and the odor is dainty. Ask to see it

at Gerig's Drug Store. tf

Hard shell crabs today at the City

Fish Market. Phone 158. 27-tf

Misses Fannie and Rosebud Robin Robinson
son Robinson of Jacksonville are expected to
arrive Saturday for a short stay.

While here they will be the guests of

Miss Adele Bittinger.
This is a Studebaker year. tf

We delight in showing our line of

pretty Dress Goods. FISHEL'S. 3t

This is GOOD HOUSEKEEPING

week. Did you get your copy? We
also carry 76 other magazines. THE

BOOK SHOP. 27-3t

Why pay more? Coca-cola 6 cents
at the Vogue. Phones 580-558. 23-tf
Mrs. Lyman Claridy of Talladega,

Ala., arrived in Ocala Tuesday to be
with her mother, Mrs. W. O. Massey,
who has been quite sick, but who we

are glad to say is much better.

For those bad nerves, that tired
feeling and all other ailments, try
Chiropractic and get well. Many
others are doing so. Dr. Kiplinger,

Ocala House. 28-3 1
Mr. and Mrs. George Chase of Bos

ton, after spending the winter most
pleasantly at the home of Mr. and
Mrs. F. E. Harris, expect to leaye

Wednesday for their home.

W. K. Lane. M. D physician and
turgeon. specialist eye. ear. nose and

throat. Office over 5 and 10 cent store
Ocala. Fla. Adv. tf

UNITED STATES POST OFFICE,

Ocala. Florida. April Zbtn,

Messrs. DeCamp and Savage have
sold to Mr. R. H. Todd a fine slice of
real estate. The land is lots 1, 2, 3, 4,
block D, DeCamp's subdivision, is at
the corner of Torrey and Wyominia
streets, and is 190 feet front by 426
deep a good-sized city lot in itself.
It is wll-situated" residence property
on the northeast corner of town. We
understand that Mr. Todd intends to

put up a fine residence for himself
on the front, and a'neat bungalow for

his father on the side.

Mrs. N. Hickman expects to leave

Tuesday for Philadelphia, where after

short visit she will be joined by her

granddaughters, Misses Marie -and

Dorothy Hickman and from there will

go to Lake SunapeeN. H., where they

will spend the summer.

The fairy dance led by Chivalette

Smith, the fairy queen, at the Temple

theater this evening will be one

of the special features. Be sure to

out and take your friends with

you. it s for a good cause. Z6-3t

Mr. and Mrs. George Taylor and

family are moving into their home on

Fort King avenue which they recent

ly purchased from Mr. W. J. Wilson.

Mr. C: M. Mathews of Flemingtoh

was in town yesterday for a brief
visit.

SUGAR SATURDAY AND MONDAY
13 pounds of sugar for one dollar,

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

only. Phone 377.

tf H. B. xWHTTTINGTON:

UNCLASSIFIED
ADVERTISEMENTS!

your piano tuned or repaired abso absolutely
lutely absolutely correct by George Raymond,
expert piano tuner. Colonial House,
Ocala, Fla. It

Children's Dresses all sacrificed be below
low below cost. FISHEL'S. St
Those delicious rolls you so highly
complimented your hostess on were
made at the Federal Bakery 25-6t
Dodge screen truck. Good shape.

Good tires. Spencer-Peedrick Motor N

FOR SALE Genuine Porto Ricojcompany
plants. 8 to 12 in. long, government j
inspected; no weavels or disease.'

Guaranteed immediate delivery.
$1.75 per thousand, express collect.
Write for prices on vines. C II.
Cooner. 746 .Wyominia St, Ocala,
Fla. Phone 389. 30-tf

25-tf

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 rake 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,

26-6t James Hall, Representative.

FOR SALE One 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.
26-3t-

Aoril 26th. 1921

Nirht 408!UftW nronosals will be received at

;f hi office until 3 o ciocK p. m. on mi-

The "Hipity-Hop" dance of eight urday, May 28th, 1921, an&then open

hrowniP at Tomnlo theater this ov. 1 T e inwpor

-- L

officp huildme at Ocala, rla., m ac-

26-3t 'pnrdance with the specifications, copies

- . of. which may be had at the office of
tires, etc'; $42o. Spencer-Pednck Deiartment. Kobt. T. Rogers. Cus Cus-Motor
Motor Cus-Motor company. 25-tf 'todian. Ocala, Fla. 26-eod3t

-r ,- tt S cnnrt Viatisp and not

nine will alone be -worth the price of Jl fwia Fla.. in r-

.... .viiiv.c uuuuiuk v -.

admission.

v i f

MOTOR TiSkJ

SAVE,

and EARN

and KEEP ON SAVING

PRICED RIGHT

EARN AS THEY WORK

SAVE RIGHT ALONG mn
repairs, tires, gasoline, ojl
STEWART Trucks made eight
years ago are still working
and earning; piling up daily
profits for their owners; piling
up a long list of friends and
boosters.
Designed right, built right and
priced right, Stewarts cost less to
buy and less to run.
Made in six capacities
34-l-l&-2-2k-3 ton
Seymour Automotive Co.
Murphy Gang, N. Mtk St.
Ocala, Fla.

FOR SALE Must be sold immediate immediately,
ly, immediately, one Underwood and one 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. 27-6t

CHALMERS CAR AT BARGAIN A
seven-passeng Chalmers car, the
very latest of the 1920 models, per

fect 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

FOR SALE Beautiful long stemmed

Easter lilies, for home use oi for
shipping. Phone 379. 28-6t

FOR SALE Ford one-ton truck, cab,

body and top; truck run 1200 miles;
good as new; 32x4 V4. rear tires; in
good condition. Apply I5ank of
Hawthorne, Hawthorne, Fla. 28-6t

i

We Solicit
Your v
Cleaning

-and

Pressing

A GOOD OPPORTUNITY To have'!

- We have opened a cleaning
and pressing department in
connection with our Men's
Furnishings store in the
Ocala House block. Besides
men's work, we are specially
prepared for cleaning ladies'
dresses, silks, satins, crepes
and fancy woolens. All the
latest methods are used in including
cluding including the French Dry
Cleaning process.
All orders receive prompt
attention, and goods are call called
ed called for and delivered in any
wrt of the city. All work
guaranteed satisfactory.
This department is under
the personal supervision of
Mr. F. W. Broderick.
k
Oat of town orders solicit solicited.
ed. solicited. We pay return parcel
post' on all work.
Walkley & Barnett
Phone 74

Chicks to Broilers
in Less Time

JUST think what It means to m&k
your chicks grow twice as fast
during the first six weeks! It's the
running start that pats broilers ca
the market or on your table fully a
month earlier.
Doabte Development Guaranteed 'f
Purina CAow fed aa directed an
guaranteed to jvaice chicks grow
twice as last during the fmt mix
we-i s, as a grain feed only, or
your money will be refunded.
Feed Purina Chowa
Place your order, today, knowing that
IAI Wail ft fU't4 f RKlMr b.fc
J

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'JcrT''tm: t

Sfi PURINA Dt

PURIHA

BABY

CHIKfflOy

(DMXtlUl

For Sale by

farmer's Exchange Store

OCALA, FLORIDA

DO YOU

APPRECIATE PROMPT SERVICE ? :

Send us you orders for
THE BEST Western and
Florida Meats, Poultry,
Fancy Groceries, Vegeta Vegetables,
bles, Vegetables, etc.
Phone 108
MAIN STREET MARKET

OUR MOTTO-HIGH QUALITY Arto LOW PRICES



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