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The Ocala evening star
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STAR
TEMPERATURES
This morning, 64.
This afternoon, 84.
WEATHER FORECAST
Fair tonight and Saturday; slightly
cooler tonight in north portion.
OCALA, FLORIDA. FRIDAY, APRIL 29, 1921
VOL.27
NO. 101

EVEN

OCALA

NO

MABIOU CODItTY BOARD OF WEI
EII1E STREUGTH FOB CAPITAL REMOVAL
Enthusiasm Ran High at Close of Last
Night's Meeting of Trade Body.

In the regular meeting of the Mar Marion
ion Marion County Board of Trade last night,
the members voted to throw the entire
strength of the organization into the
Florida to the center of the state. The
work of the Capital Removal Cub
was indorsed and the president of the
Board of Trade was authorized to ap appoint
point appoint a committee of five to co cooperate,
operate, cooperate, with the Capital Removal
Club. The Board of Trade went on
record as thanking the committee
consisting of Mayor R. L. Anderson,
Mr. D. E. Mclver and Mr. J. C. Howell
for the very effective work done in
Tampa in placing Ocala's position in
regard to capital removal before the
trade body and the people of that city.
During the course of last night's
meeting enthusiasm ran high, and
every member who was present is ex expected
pected expected to work for capital removal. It
was thought best that the campaign
for removal should be left under the
direction of the Capital Removal Club,
and the Board of Trade decided for
this reason to throw its strength to
the support of the Capital Removal
Club.
The Marion County Board of Trade
indorsed the Midway Ocean to Gulf
highway in the following resolution,
which was adopted:
Whereas, there is a pressing need
for a cross-state highway, connecting
the east and west coasts and both
south highways of the state; and,
Whereas, the Midway Ocean to Gulf
highway, from Melbourne to Tampa,
meets the above need, and is complet completed
ed completed with 'the exception of a short
stretch between Melbourne and Kis Kis-simmee;
simmee; Kis-simmee; therefore be it
Resolved, that the Marion County
Board of Trade in regular session does
hereby endorse the Midway Ocean to
Gulf highway, and asks the state
highway department to give such as assistance
sistance assistance as is possible to complete
this highway.
President Todd of the Board of
Trade has appointed the following
committee to co-operate with the Cap Capital
ital Capital Removal Club: J. P. Phillips,
chairman, A. C. Blowers, B. F. Mc Mc-Graw,
Graw, Mc-Graw, Harvey Clark, Philip Murphy.
The Wireless Signal
oi Distress
If you are in Distress
don't fail to signal us
We are always on
the Job
BLALOCK BROS.
VULCANIZING
Ocala House Block
I PHONE 78
SASH
DOOR
Geo. Hay Ho.
Ocala, Fla.
HARDWARE
HIGH GRADE PAINT
L. ALEXANDER
PRACTICAL CONTRACTOR AMD
BUILDER
Careful estimates made cn all co
tract iork. Gives more and better
woik fcr the money than any other
contractor in the city.
Day Phone 47. Night Phone 515
GEORGE MacKAY & CO.
Funeral Directors, Embalmers
G. B. Overton, Mgr.
Ocala, Fla.

w 1

PALATKA
DEFEATED OCALA
Our Local Team Put Up a Stiff Fight,
and for Awhile Victory was
Clearly in Sight
(L. T. I.)
The Palatka boys outclassed the
Ocala aggregation in the third game
of the series. The Palatka boys could
not stay for the game Friday so will
come again and play us at a later
date. It is hoped by Manager Jake
that our team will have ironed out the
kinks and will be ready to wipe up the
earth with the Palatka boys. Clem Clements
ents Clements tossed the old pill for the locals
and pitched very good ball, although
they hit him pretty freely in spots.
Lepper twirled real good ball for the
visitors after the first inning.
The game by innings:
First inning: Palatka came to the
bat first and went out in one, two,
three order. Holden hit to short who
threw him out to Strick. Tenney flew
out to left field, where we had Hogan,
a star from High Springs. Villirno
went out, Clements to Strick. Ocala
came to bat with Liddell leading. ,The
first baseman made an error and Lid Liddell
dell Liddell was safe. Strickland hit a hot
grounder that bounded over the head
of the second baseman just as one did
over Harry in Palatka. Jackson
walked, -filling the bases. Clements
walked and Jimmie was presented
with the first run of the game with
out even exerting himself to a jog
trot. Wood hit a grounder to third,
who threw to short on the third sack
and forced Jackson out. Hogan walk walked
ed walked and filled the bases again. Gale
flew out to right field with a pretty
sacrifice fly, Clements scoring on the
throw to the plate. Leavengood went
out, short to first. Score: Palatka 0,
Ocala 3.
Second inning: Larzo, first up for
Palatka, went out with a fly to that
tar bucket in left field. Strickland
made an error and let Lepper reach
first. Barstow got beaned by one of
Clements' fast ones. Sanford flew out
to left. Browning went out, pitcher to
first. Dinkins lead off for Ocala with
a strike out. Third base errored Jim
mie to first. Strickland popped up to
second. Jackson hit to third who
overthrew second and failed to catch
Jimmie there. Clements was present presented
ed presented with first base when shortstop er-
i-ored. Jimmie scored on the play.'
Wood flew out to right and retired the
side. Score: Palatka 0, Ocala 4.
Third inning: Merrill first up for
Palatka hit to Jackson who tossed
him out to Strick. Holden followed
suit by way of Hansel to Strick. Ten Tenney
ney Tenney got a nice single but it did him
little good for Villirno flew out to
Hansel and retired the side. Hogan
led off for Ocala wit ha hit through
the pitcher that was entirely too hot
for Home Run Lepper to take care of.
Gale hit to first with a clean sacrifice,
advancing Hogan to second. Leaven
good hit a sweet little Texas leaguer
and Hogan advanced to third. Dinkins
hit to third who caught Hansel at
second. Liddell got a single and
scored Hogan. Strickland popped up
to second for the third out. Score:
Palatka 0, Ocala 5.
Fourth inning: It was in this inning
that Clements showed, the local fans
that no matter what happens he will
not go up in the air. The first three
men up for Palatka, Larzo, Lepper
and Barstow each eot little fluke
singles and filled the bases. Clem
ents decided that Palatka was not to
cross the rubber so he settled down
and struck out the next three men.
Sanford, Browning and Merrill were
the victims. Lepper had not gotten
his stride and Ocala had little fun for
the rest of the game.
In the fourth they only got four
men to the bat. Jackson went out,
short to first. Clements got a single.
Wood hit to short and forced Clements
out at second. Hogan went out short
to first. That Cuban shortstop surely
did get in front of the pill yesterday
afternoon. It looked like he just
couldn't miss one. Score: Palatka 0,
Ocala 5.

AP! AIM

nuniii

Fifth inning? Palatka tore loose in j haste to reach home and rest himself
this inning and made the local fans on the bench. Poor Hansel was called
sit up and take notice and those bet- out and his run didn't count. Wasnt
ting on Ocala began to wonder if they j that tough? Strickland got to first on
were going to spend all that easy an error by Lepper and Jimmie scor scor-money
money scor-money or not. Holden walked to first ed. Strickland tried to make second
on a free pass. Tenney hit to third, and over ran the base. He was caught

SEDATE COMMITTEE
CUT OUT SECTION

In the House Bill Allowing the En Entrance
trance Entrance of Certain Classes of
Immigrants
(Associated Press)
Washington, April 29. The House
immigration restriction bill was re
ported favorably today by the Senate
immigration committee after elimina
tion of the provisions to accord spe special
cial special privileges for entrance of minors
and persons subject to religious per persecution.
secution. persecution. Hitchcock Wastes Sympathy on Hard Harding
ing Harding The adoption of the Knox resolution
would be an attempt to dictate the in
ternational policies of President Hard
ing, Senator Hitchcock of Nebraska,
ranking democrat on the foreign rela relations
tions relations committee charged today in the
Senate.
Statesmen Wait, People Suffer
The status of the negotiations re
garding counter proposals on repara-
l i
t:ons iorwaraea oy uermany is ex expected
pected expected to be reported "by Secretary
Hughes today to President Harding
upon the latter's return from Hamp Hampton
ton Hampton Roads. The American reply to
Germany may be delayed pending the
meeting of the allied supreme council
tomorrow when the reparations ques question
tion question will be considered.
Holden forced at second. Villirno
singled, sending Tenney to third. Vil Villirno
lirno Villirno stole second. Larzo singled, scor scoring
ing scoring Tenney. Lepper singled, scoring
Villirno. Barstow reached first when
Harry Woods made an error and
Larzo crossed the plate. Sanford
went out, short to first. Browning
singled, scoring Lepper and Barstow.
It was about time to call the fire de department
partment department to put Palatka out, but
Merrill saved the day for the locals
when he hit to .Clements and was
thrown out at first. Ocala failed to
interest the crowd in the fifth. She
took the one up .one down, two up, two
down, three up, three down, schedule
as follows. Gale flew out to center.
Leavengood out, second to first. Din Dinkins
kins Dinkins third to first. Score: Palatka 5,
Ocala 5.
Sixth inning: The locals steadied
down a little in the sixth and held the
visitors scoreless. Holden singled.
Tenney got to first when Hansel threw
low to Strick. Holden was caught off
second. Villirno went out, second to
first. Larzo flew out to left. Ocala did
not score in the sixth, altho she got
one hit. Liddell fouled out to third.
Strickland grounded out to first unas unassisted.
sisted. unassisted. Jackson singled but was left
on base when Clements hit into the
pitcher's hands and was thrown out
at first for the third out. Score:
Palatka 5, Ocala 5.
Seventh inning: Palatka was again
held scoreless. Lepper went out, sec
ond to first. Barstow singled but San
ford hit to third and forced Bartsow
at second. Browning flew out to Lid Liddell.
dell. Liddell. Wood lead off for Ocala and
went out short to first. He started a
bad precedent for Hogan struck out
and Gale flew out to center. Score:
Palatka 5, Ocala 5.
Eighth inning: Somebody let down
the bars in the eighth and Palatka
got loose for four more runs before
the team woke up to the fact that
there was something going on. An
other fire alarm was sent in but the
department was unable to respond un until
til until the game was lost. Merrill started
the merry-go-round when he singled.
Hansel let one get by and presented
Holden with first base on his error.
Merrill went to second. Tenny went
out, pitcher to first, Merrill and Hol Holden
den Holden advancing to third and second.
Villirno singled, scoring Merrill and
Tenney. Larzo went out, pitcher to
first. Villirno went to second on the
play. Lepper tripled to right field
among the automobiles and scored
Villirno. Barstow hit a double and
scored Lepper. Sanford made the third
out on a fly to left. Vote of thanks
to Sanford. Ocala tried to come back
in her half of the eighth. Lepper walk walked
ed walked Hansel. Dinkins flew out to sec second.
ond. second. Second dropped the ball and then
the umpires and managers got a rule
book and argued for ten minutes as
. . J a.
to whether out was out forced at sec-
j ond, or Dinkins was out for knocking
an infield fly with a man on base.
Finally Dinkins was declared out and
Hansel remained on first. Jimmie came
to the front with a wonderful triple.
Hansel made the circuit and crossed
the rubber, when second baseman for
Tn1l- tt-Vm crusi-or? 4-n tVio nmnirp that
I Hansel didn't touch second in his mad j

RAID OF FOEIICH

Will
Not be Made, if at AIL Before j
Some Day Late Next I
Week I
(Associates Press) I
London, April 29. The French oc-1
cupation of the Ruhr district of Ger

many will not begin as soon as,was&t Tallahassee, Carl G. Fisher was
expected. Details of the plan formu-l given a deed to an island in Biscayne

lated by Marshal Foch will be discuss-1
ed tomorrow by the allied supreme J
council, but it appeared probable here J
today the march into Germany's rich-
est coal and industrial region, if or-
dered, would not be initiated until
late next week.
Should Have Sent a Cop for Him
Paris, April 29. Dr. Von Oertzei
Paris, April 29. Dr. Von Oertzen. I
head of the German war burden com
m.- uhimu r ouruen com-1
ni
ission, refused to attend the meeting
Ui riatums commission loaay
for determination of time and methods
of German payments.
ATTEMPT TO RAISE
SALARIES OF OFFICERS
Some Members of the Cabinet
tainly Deserve More
Shekels
Or-
lallahassee, April 29 The bill pro-
viding for. an increase in the salaries
of cabinet officers to $4500 was passed
today by the House, while the Senate

measure providing for a sub-experi-lan

ment station in Gadsden county in the I
inteerst q the tobacco industry was I
also acted upon favorably. Only thir

teen new bills were introduced in thejjAX WANTS A QUART
House. I rv or -tt pvb

between second and third lor the third J
out. Score: Palatka 9, Ocala 6.
Ninth inning: Browning got a
single but played right into a double
when Merrill hit a pop fly to Clem-
ents and throw the ball to Strick
P. D. Q. Holden struck out. Ocala
made a desperate attempt to tie or
win this old game m the ninth but
could not quite make it. Clements
started the fashion by sending a three-1
bagger to center, making a beautiful J

hook slide at third. Wood hit a cleanlcided upon an early start in their

single and scored Clements. Hogan I
hit to second forcing Wood, second toj

short. Brooks sacrificed Hogan to I imported champagne for the christen
second. Leavengood retired the sideling. "The bridge was built in Amer

by hitting to short, thrown out at
first. Score: Palatka 9, Ocala 7.
The Box Score
Palatka AB R H PO A E
Holden, 2nd 5 1 1 4 3 0
Tenney. rf 5 1 1 2 0 0
Villirno, ss ...5 2 2 2 6 1
Larzo. c .5 1 2 2 1 0
Lepper, p 5 2 3 1 1 1
Barstow, 3rd 4 1 3 1 3 2
Sanford, 1st 4 0 0 11 0 1
Browning, cf 5 0 2 2 0 0
Merrill, If 5 1 1 0 0 0
43 9 15 27 14 5
AB R H PO A E
Ocala
Liddell, cf 5 3 2
Strickland, 1st .....5 1 1
Jackson, ss . . 4 1 1
1
10
0
1
3
5
0
2
5
0
1
0
2
5
4
0
0
2
0
0
. Elements, p
.4 2 2
Wood. 2nd 5 0,1
Hogan, If 4 1 1
Gale, rf 2 0 0
Leavengood, 3rd ..4 0 1
Dinkins, c 4 0 0
Brooks, rf 0 0 0
37 7 9 27 14 4
Score by innings:
Palatka 000 050 0409
Ocala 311 000 0117
Summary: Two-base hits, Lepper,
Liddell, Clements, Bartsow. Sacrifice
hits, Bale 2, Brooks. Walked by Lep Lepper
per Lepper 4, by Clements 1. Hits off Lepper
9, off Clements 15. Double play, Clem
ent sto Strickland. Time, 2:15. Um
pires, Connell at the plate and Jef Jeffords
fords Jeffords on bases. Scorer, L. T. I. At Attendance,
tendance, Attendance, 293 whole tickets and 12
half tickets. Receipts $149.50.
Ocala paid all her expenses to Pa
iauta ior me i"u games mere ou
Palatka paid her expenses here. We
get all the gate receipts yesterday
and will get all the. receipts when Pa
latka comes for her second game. All
the bills are not in yet for the Palat Palatka
ka Palatka trip but it cost about $130, more or
less. War tax yetserday will amount
to $15.13. Yesterday game just about
clears the expenses for the series.
The next game will be velvet. Please
come to it and make the velvet good.
BARGAIN IN FORD SEDAN
One 1921 Ford sedan, practically
new, perfect shape. Will sell at bar bargain
gain bargain for quick sale.
AUTO SALES CO.,
29-6t
Mack Taylor.
The Altar Guild of the Episcopal
church will hold a cake, candy and
fancy work sale at the store formerly
occuDied bv Mrs. Bostick tomorrow
(Saturday) April 29th. Punch will
sold during the day. It

A FIERCE BELIEF!

AT TALLAHASSEE
Valuable Island in Biacayne Bay Deed-
ed First to City of Miami. Then
' to On of It CitLzn
(Associated Press)
Miami, April 29. Through an error
made in the public lands department
Bay, after the island had been deeded
to the city of Miami, and the mistake
was not discovered until after Fisher
had spent $1,125,000 in building and
equipping electric light, power and re-
frigerating plants, street car barns
and docks on the proDertv. The cirVa
deed was held valid but the munici
Dalitv is nrohihitpH from H5tic. nf
f v:.v v
for municinal nurnos To nWi.t.
the necessitv of removing th mstW
,mDrovements. Fisher last Vht
ed to sell the public utility plants to
the city at a loss.
CRAMP'S NEW BOAT
FOR TAMPA AND CUBA
Philadelphia, April 29. The new
Peninsula and Occidental Line steam steamship,
ship, steamship, Cuba, which will operate be-
tween Port Tampa, Key West and
Havana, letf the Cramp shipyard here
today for Key West to be put into
service. The vessel is 347 feet long,
oil burner with a speed of seven-
teen knots. She has accommodations
for 350 passengers.
Jacksonville, April 26. The Duval
county board of commissioners is
searching for a quart of genuine Am
Urican champage and Chairman Clark
has gone so far as to announce that
the board will not make public the
name of the donor. The sparkling
liquid is desired for the purpose of
christening the new bridge across the
St. Johns river here, which will be
opened about June 1, and realizing its
scarcity the commissioners have de-.
search for it.
Chairman Clark opposes the use of
ica by Americans for Americans,"
said the commissioner. "Let us not
go back on the memory of our noble
forefathers and smash upon this far-
reaching bridge the fruit of vineyards
of a foreign clime. Champagne of
flowery Florida is needed. One quart
will do, but he will not turn down a j
hogshead of it if offered."
New Victor records at THE BOOK
SHOP. 27-3t
SOLO, Kid's all-leather PLAY
SHOES. Best and cheapest. Fishel's.
A large shipment just received of
Bordeaux Mixture, Disinfectants and
INSECTICIDES, etc., at the Anti-
Monopoly Drug Store. 20-12t
Blue Serge Trousers, all-wool, re
duced to $4.90 at FISHEL'S.
Why pay more? Coca-cola 6 cents
at the Vogue. Phones 580-558. 23-tf
Mrs. Jenkins and Miss Belle Cham
bers, poultry experts, are in the city
representing the Purina Mills. These
ladies are at the services of any one
Services free. Call Farmers Exchange
Store, phone 163. 20-10t
We are headquarters for the best
rolls you ever tasted. Prove this by
trying them out if you havent already
done so. Federal Bakery. 25-t
A.i nA Hnrtair f Masenirer
trains at OCALA UNION STATION.
I The following schedule figures pub-
lished as information and not guar
anteed.
(Eastern Standard Time)
SEABOARD AIR LINE RAILROAD
2:20 am Jacksonville-NTTork 2:10 am
T A r-riwm I
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 NYork-St. Petrsbrg 1:35 am
2:15 am Tampa, z:idam
1:50 pm Tampa-Manatee 1:35 pm
1:05 pm'Tampa-St. Petrsbrg 4:05 pm
ATLANTIC COAST LINE R. R.
Lesvo Arrive
2:27 am JacksonviHe-NTork 2:33 am
1:45 pm Jlcsonville-Gainsville 3:24 pm
6:42 am Jksonville-Gansrille 10:13 pm
2:33 am St-Petsbrg-Lakeland 2:27 am
3:24 pm StJetabrg-Lakeland 1:25 pm
7:10 am Dunnellon-Wflcox
7:25 am Dunellon-Lkeland 11:03 pm
3:30 pm Homosaasa 1:25 pm
10:15pm Leesburg '6:42 am
M4:4S5Lda wSSsdaV. Frida
Uainesniie ixum
Tuesday. Thursday, Saturday.

RAILROAD SCHEDULES

CHICAGO HAS 100 PER CENT RED RED-BLOODED
BLOODED RED-BLOODED AKAji POLICE CHIEF
Prohibits Socialists From Carrying Red
Flag in May Day Parade.

Chicago, April 29: In granting a
permit for the labor parade' Sunday,
May 1st, to Morris BackalL represent representing
ing representing the socialist party in Cook county,
Chief of Police Fitzmorris made it
plain any effort to display the red flag
would result in somebody getting
hurt.
Backall told the chief he wanted to
carry the red flag. The chief said
carry the American flag or there will
be no parade." The chief declared that
if the red flag was displayed at least
two people would be hurt, Blackall and
the man carrying it
Blackall then said he wouldn't car
ry it.
THE FAIRY CONSPIRACY
"A Fairy Conspiracy," which was
given by the eighth grade at the Tem
ple last night, not only proved a de
cided success, being enjoyed by
large audience, but also added a nice
sum to the piano fund of the eighth
grade for which it was given. About
$90 was realized.
The piece was in the form of an
operetta, the principal part being tak taken
en taken -by Miss Ruth Collins, whose his histrionic
trionic histrionic talent is already known and
appreciated.
The operetta was a pretty little
story of a girl who had been laughed
at because she believed in brownies,
fairies and Santa Claus. But one day
falling asleep she was awakened by
them and in turn all the characters in
the stories so well known to childhood
were summoned by the fairies and
told the little girl how they had been
aided by the fairies, finally convincing
her of their realness. The story ended
by the whole company, fairies, brown- j
ica, vtc, gumg fcw icu uuier utue cuu cuu-dren
dren cuu-dren all over the world of their good
deeds.
The parts were well taken by all in
the cast. The dancing of the fairies
was dainty and graceful, while the
part of the brownies taken by boys of
w. j
the eighth grade was the hit of the
evening.
Mrs. Rex Todd and
Mrs. H. S.
Wesson, teachers of the eighth grade,
and the musical director, Mrs. Cole,
under whose supervision the play was
oresented. deesrved nraise for the ex.
cellent m-oduction 'nut on.
The following is the cast:
Child, Ruth Collins; Santa Claus,
Harold Cullison; Cinderella, Emily
Billings: Goldylocks. Pauline Shafer:
Jack the Giant Killer. Bob Simmons;
Sleeping Beauty. Louie Smoak: Jack
of the Beanstalk. Eugene Potter; Rose
Red. Winifred Silver: Snow White.
Pearl Wilson; Beauty, Helen Newsom;
Red Riding Hood, Wilma Sheppard;
fairies, Chivalette Smith, Nell Wallis,
Theresa Condrey, Marguerite Counts,
Gertrude Mayo, Alma Townsend, Vio-
let Jones, Louise Adams; brownies,
Ted Drake. Louis Knight. Herschel
Roberts, Lynn Kennedy, Clea Smith,
Louis Blalock, Webster Gillen.
The music was furnished by Mrs.
Cole at the piano. Ted Drake and
Louis Knight, mandolins.
Hot Boston baked beans and brown
bread for Saturday night supper at I
Carter's Bakery. 2t
Assortment of pretty
FABRICS at FISHEL'S.
DRESS
Just received fresh tomatoes, beans,
cukes, new potatoes and squash. All
vegetables are fresh and the prices
are right at the Fort King Confection
ery, corner Osceola and Ft. King. 2t
The Altar Guild of the Episcopal
church will hold a cake, candy and
fancy work sale at the store formerly
occupied by Mrs. Bostick tomorrow
(Saturday) April 29th. Punch will be
sold during the day. It
Extra good quality of Valencia or
anges at Shafer's fruit store, next door
to the Vogue, also plenty of strawber
ries for everyone Saturday. Beans,
sauash. tomatoes 'and home made
candies. 29-2t
Extra fancy Valencie oranges and
I grapefruit just received at Fort King
Confectioner. "There's none so
good." 2t
The music committee of the Wom Woman's
an's Woman's Club will give a concert at the
club house Tuesday night. May 3rd.
The- proceeds will go toward the Vie
tory Way. 29-3t
This is GOOD HOUSEKEEPING
week. Did you ret your copy? We
also carry 28 other magazines. THE
BOOK SHOP. 27-3t
You can always get fresh or salt
water fish, shrimp, etc at the City
Fish Market on Fort King avenue.
Phono 158. tf
Children's Dresses all sacrificed bo-
low cost. FISHEL'S. St

They are all Liars
as Well as Traitors

Leaders of the L W. W. Hare Skipped -Their
Bail and Left Bondsmen
and Their Deluded Follow.
' era in the Lurch
(Associated Press).
Chicago. April 29. The real lead leaders
ers leaders in the group of Industrial Work Workers,
ers, Workers, of the World, convicted for anti-
government war-time conspiracy, have
jumped their bonds and are now be believed
lieved believed to bo furthering revolutionary
ideas, federal officers said today after
a final check up of the forty-seven
men who were to report to Leaven Leavenworth
worth Leavenworth penitentiary following refusal
of the United States supreme court to
review their cases.
ARE THINNING THEM OUT
(Associated Prm
Cork, April 28. Four men con convicted
victed convicted of making war against the Brit British
ish British crown forces were executed by a
firing squad at the military barracks
here this morning. This makes eleven
men executed here during the last
few months.
Extra good quality of Valencia or oranges
anges oranges at Shafer's fruit store, next door
to the Vogue, also plenty of strawber strawberries
ries strawberries for everyone Saturday. Beans,
squash, tomatoes and home made
eddies.
29-2t
Meet me at the Union Station
Restaurant for a regular family stylo
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
i inner a
w
MOTHER'S DAY CARDS at THE
BOOK SHOP. 3t
Nice destroys the odor of perspira-
fc,u"' tcuw' fc uc" "iU v"c'
Cut down Ford. Good shape
Good
P18! 150
Spencer-Pedrick Motor
25-tf
wnnpany.
Fine bananas at 15 cents per pound.
Queen Quality, the- kind that Second
Adam eat when he was a boy," at the
Fort King Confectionery. 2t
J The Altar Guild of the Episcopal
church will hold a cake, candy and
fancy work sale at the store formerly
occupied by Mrs. Bostick tomorrow
(Saturday) April 29th. Punch will be
sold during the day. It
We Solicit
Your
Cleaning
end
Pressing
We have opened a cleaning
and pressing department in
connection with our Men's
Furnishings store in the
Ocala House block. Besides
men's work, we are specially
prepared for cleaning ladies'
dresses, silks, satins, crepes
and fancy woolens. AH the
latest methods are csed in including
cluding including the French Dry
Cleaning process.
ATI orders receive prompt
attention, and goods are call called
ed called for and delivered in any
jart of the city. AH work
guaranteed satisfactory.
This department is tender
the personal supervision of
llr. F. W. Broderick.
Out of town orders solicit solicit-,
, solicit-, ed. We pay return parcel
post on all work.
Yalkley& Harriett
Phone 74



OCALA ETENCCG STAB, FRIDAY, APRIL 29, 1921

Oea!a Evening Star

PwMfske- Everr Day Emt Smmir fcj
STAR PUBLISHING COMPANY -OCALA,
FLORIDA.
II. R. Carroll. Preldet

P v. LTeKM' Sretary-Trearer

J. IL UajaMln. Editor

Rntf red at Ocala. Fla.. postornce as

second-class matter.

acquired, or perhap3 returned to, the

manner of speaking sweetly. Come

again, Mr. Shearer, and 'when you un understand
derstand understand that the Star works its own

ay without any help from govern

ment, city, county, state or nation,
ou may understand why it thinks all

other business, trades, professions or
callings should do the same.

WE GIVE MR. SHEARER

THE LAST WORDS

TELEPnOXES
BMlseM Ofe
Kdltorlal Department
Sel7 Reporter .....

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Editor Star: In the recent reply to

an article which I wrote in answer to
the Star, "Stopping the Spifrot," the

editor of the Star says: "The reason

why the Star opposes the state mar

entitled for the use for republication olletine bureau is that it is paternal
all new dlsoatches credited to tt or I. .....

not otherwise cred'tea in tnia paper ana i ism in ine moat empnauc lunu.

also toe local news puDusnea nereu.

All rights of republication 01 special

lsoatches herein are also reserved.

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tion charges on ds. that run less man
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ased on 4-lnch minimum. JLess taan

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which will be furnished upon applies
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Iteadlaa- Nodeest 5 cents per line for
first insertion; 3 cents per line for each
subseauent insertion. One change a

week: allowed on readers without extra

composition charges.
" Legal advertisements it legal rates.

The vanguard of commission men

is here, beginning the annual raid of Lj

those hustling and jovial highbinders

They are always welcome.

Webster says "Paternalism is the

quality or character of being paternal.
The theory or practice of government

after the manner of a father; the
claim or attempt on the part of a

government to control the business or
the social and personal affairs of a

people after the manner of a

dealing with his children."

The state marketing bureau does

not solicit business, does not compel
anyone to deal thru it or take its ad advice.
vice. advice. It is ready to serve any farmer

or. other citizen of Florida when call called
ed called on to do so and does not give serv

ice unless requested to give it by

those in need of it.

Free governments derive their just

powers by the consent of the govern-

The marketing bureau gives

service by tne consent or those re

ceiving the service. Is this paternal

ism Y We have an agricultural depart

That Chicago chief of police whojment which advises the farmers, as-

says tne socialists snan not carry i sists tnem along lines oi production,

any flasr but the American flag in the Must as the marketing bureau does

May day parade is a chief after our along marketing lines; and the de

own heart. partment of chemistry, which will as

sist the farmers, even analyze samples

Our baseball boys are not discou- of fertilizers sent out by private com

raged by their triple defeat by the panies, forcing them to make the de-i truckers,

Palatka team. They went up against ficiecy good. Is that paternalism?

an unusually good team, and proved
their own worth by cominer so close

to beating it.

We have state schools teaching ag

riculture and many other subjects, in

competition to private schools, run by

private individuals," teaching the

same. Is this' paternalism? Should

That stretch of road on the Dixie

Hiehway. around Lake Weir, from

Eastlake to Weirsdale, is in bad con

dition again. Auto parties from far road

down in Florida, on both coasts and transportation

in the middle say that stretch is the and rendering service to the public, better

worst five miles in three or four hun

dred. It is doing our county lots of

harm.

which no doubt interfere with the
business of private corporations. Is

this rendering of public service pa-

temalism ?

The American people got in the

way oi private business when they

said the saloon must go. Did you
favor that? Is that paternalism?
Changing the reap hook for the self self-binder,
binder, self-binder, the messenger boy for the

telephone and telegram, man power

for steam power, horse power for

electricity, the ox-cart for the auto automobile,
mobile, automobile, etc may have been a great
inconvenience to some private enter enterprise
prise enterprise or individual, but it was best
for the public, and was not paternal

ism, rseither is a department, created

at the request of the farmers, sup supported
ported supported by the farmers, and serving
the farmers, as well as anyone else
who may request it, paternalism.

Every intelligent man knows that;
distribution is essentially a part of
production, and that it is as much the
duty of the state to advise and assist
the farmers in packing, grading,

father loading, shipping, selling and buying

as it is to advise them in fertilization,

cultivation and rotation. No, the

state marketing bureau is no more
paternal than other state depart departments.
ments. departments.
The Star says "the present com commissioner
missioner commissioner will not stay there forever,
that he .will be succeeded by a poli

tician." Not necessarily so. The bu bureau
reau bureau is a part of the department of

agriculture, and it will 'be remembered
that Mr. H. S. Elliot, chief clerk of

the department who died last summer,

had been chief clerk for more than 30
years, and if Commissioner Rhodes

continues to serve Florida a3 faith

fully and efficiently as he has for the

last four years, it would be poor pol politics
itics politics on the part of any politician to
remove him. as well as an injury to

the agriculture of the state.

. He said I hadn't told how farmers,

fruit growers, stockmen,

etc., of the great majority of the

states have formed district, county
and township associations, at no ex expense
pense expense to the state, etc. It is true that
these things are being done, and no

agency in the state has done more to
heln the farmers alonsr the lines of

they.be abolished? The Interstate

Commerce Commission and state rail-.co-operative marketing than the state

commission sometimes regulate i marketing bureau.

rates, making rulings The farmers are in earnest for

marketing facilities. They

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Our business men did a good thing
yesterday, shutting their stores and
giving their clerks a chance to go to

the ball games. Why can't they go

right on now, until Oct, 6, or 20, giv

ing the half holiday every Thursday?

tl wouldn't cost them any more mon

ey, and it would be a big help to the

ball team.

The county commissioners should

put in their budget a few hundred
dollars for seats around the court courthouse
house courthouse square. The benches bought by
private subscription are almost worn
out. Whenever we go over to Gaines Gainesville,
ville, Gainesville, and see how that city's hand handsome
some handsome public square is lined with com comfortable
fortable comfortable seats, which the people seem
greatly to enjoy, we have to allow that
is one thing anyhow Alachua has the
edge on Marion.

Of

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Stock Reducing Sale

AT

Style Hat Shop

25 off

Including all our
Hand Made Hats,
Hair Braid Hats,
fine Leghorns and

Milans, and ALL OUR CHILDREN'S HATS. Our
store is well known to be the most reasonable
High Grade Millinery in town and with ONE ONE-FOURTH
FOURTH ONE-FOURTH OFF we can certainly save you money.

justly deserve to make improvements
in their homes and on their farms.
Better marketing conditions are es essential
sential essential to the attaining of the Marion

county you espouse. In a radius of

one and one-half miles of me are eight
dilapidated farm homes, forsaken, al almost
most almost forgotten, that not later than
fifteen years ago, some as recently as

five, contained farmers who were hon hon-setly
setly hon-setly and diligently seeking economic

independence. They saw that they

were doomed to failure, that farming

didnt pay. Quietly they have gone
into other business and their farms
are neglected. Marion county is the
loser, for we have no farmers to
spare. Today if you will go into the
farming districts you will find that
many of the farmers are in the same
notion, yet you would advertise Mar Marion
ion Marion county as a thriving agricultural

county. I am well acquainted with

the blue grass hills and valleys of
Kentucky and Tennessee, having been

farmer there the greater portion of

my life. I know well their agricul

tural advantages, but I have put my
faith in the gentle rolling but fertile

hills of Marion county. My earnest

efforts and desires are to see these

fertile hills bloom with prosperity,

and our only hope is through the pa
tient and untiring effort of the farm

er. Our land is highly productive,
and the only barrier between us and

a hierhly developed aericultural coun

ty that will outshine the best is finan

cial success.

iTOduction aione win not cure our

ills. The matter of marketing is our

big problem. Our over supplying

some localities, while others are suf

fering for our goods, is our great in

efficiency. Every farmer in the state
knows the trouble and fears the result

of marketing season. Quite a portion
of my time has been spent studying
and trying to better these deplorable

conditions. With the assistance of

the state marketing bureau, the Star,
and other friendly agencies we have

estaDiisneq a co-operative market in
Ocala that is a paying institution to
the farmer. I am certainly very
grateful to the Star for the interest
it has taken in us, for its encourage

ment from the beginning of our en

deavors, and most especially to the
editor who has always been so congen congenial.
ial. congenial. Now our local efforts will not
suffice. We need the state marketing
bureau, and it a growing institution
all the time. If it is not what it
should be, and yet gives so much val

uable service to the people, why not

help us make it better?

Since writing the foregoing, I am

glad to inform the general public

that the new apnroDriation bilk

strengthening the state marketing
bureau by an increase in the amount

appropriated of $10,000, has actually

passed both houses and will become a
law upon approval by the governor.

H. L. Shearer.

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Some FACTS About

THE UNIVERSAL CAR

Here are authentic figures from the Ford factory at Detroit.
They show you just how many Ford cars and trucks have been
built each month since January 1, 1921, and how many have been
sold to retail customers, in the United States.

JANUARY
FEBRUARY
MARCH

Produced
29,883
35,305
61,886

Delivered "to
Retail Customers
57.208
63,603
87,221

Total Production 127,074 Total Retail Sales 208,032
showing that actual sales for the first three months of 1921
ceeded production by 80,958 Ford cars and trucks!

ex-

Please Visit Us Before Buying

Thursday's edition of the Tampa
Times was filled with capital removal
copy, interestingly arranged. The
Times has secured an almost complete
symposium of the opinions of the edi editors
tors editors of the state on capital removal.
The great majority favor removal to
central or southern Florida and are
against any addition to the old build build-inc
inc build-inc at Tallahassee- While several

cities are named as capital sites, either I vAK-H&-w

Ocala or Orlando have more support
ers than all the others put together.

STYLE HAT SHOP
Monroe & Chambliss Bank Building
OCALA, FLORIDA

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lhe state Senate has concurred m

the House amendments to the Camp Campbell
bell Campbell constitutional amendment for re reapportionment
apportionment reapportionment by the close vote of 15

to 13. Senator Lindsay of Holmes

led the fight for concurrence in the

measure, saying he thought it right

and proper that the Senate should ac

cept the House amendment which al

lowed the House to name its own rep

resentation in the legislature. The

amendment puts the matter of appor

tionment up to the people of the state,
allowing them to vote on reapportion reapportionment
ment reapportionment in 1922. It calls for a Senate of
not to exceed 38 members and for a
House of 99 members, the apportion apportionment
ment apportionment to be made on the federal cen census.
sus. census. The actual apportionment will
be made by the 1923 legislature and
the first legislature to meet under the
reapportionment will sit in 1925. Re Reapportionment
apportionment Reapportionment is to be made every ten
years on the basis of the federal census.

4f3L

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Burns

Bandage the pot with plenty of toothing

lllentholatum

Cool and heals gently and antiseptically.

Breams

April requisitions already specify 107,719 additional cars
and trucks and the estimated April output of the factory and as assembly
sembly assembly plants combined calls for only 90,000!
These facts clearly show that the demand for Ford products
is growing much faster than manufacturing facilities to produce
and were it not for the dealers limited stocks, which are now be being
ing being rapidly depeleted, many more customers would have been
compelled to wait for their cars. It will be only a matter of
weeks, therefore, until a big surplus of orders will prevent any anything
thing anything like prompt deliveries.
- If you would be sure of having your Ford car or truck when
you want it, you should piace your order now. Donft delay.
Phone us or drop us a card.
TUCKER & SIMMONS

DEALERS

OCALA

FLORIDA

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OCALA'S CAPITAL

REMOVAL SLOGAN

Elsewhere we print another commu-
nication from our friend, Mr. Shearer.
We cheerfully give Mr. Shearer the
last word. In fact, as will be seen by
his article, we give him quite 'a num number
ber number of last words. We corroborate
his quotation from Webster, and ad admire
mire admire the disingenuity with which he
fetches in the public schools, the. In Interstate
terstate Interstate Commerce Commission, pro prohibition,
hibition, prohibition, invention and almost every everything
thing everything except individualism. Quite a
number of the. things he says we are
bound to agree with, for did we not
say them ourself before he came upon
". the Marion county stage? We con congratulate
gratulate congratulate Mr. Shearer on his improve improvement
ment improvement in literary style. He has spread

- out to an extent which forbids our

following him until the Star puts in
another linotype, and hires for us a

pretty stenographer, but he has also!

YOUR PHONE
ORDER
will get you just as good a selection as though you
call in-person.
Many times it is inconvenient lor you to come
down town.
YOU MAY BE IN A HURRY
Whatever your need in our line,
a phone call to us will fill it.

Editor Star: In the interest of cap

ital removal, I am writing to suggest

a slogan and its use in qur campaign

to bring the state capital to Ocala.

I have in the past used slogans and

at the present time am using one with

excellent results. One method of em

ploying a slogan effectively is to place

it as a postcript on every letter sent

out. Until a better is suggested we

will place at the bottom of every let

ter we write the following postscript:

"THE CAPITAL LOCATION FOR

FLORIDA'S CAPITOL OCALA."

If every letter written in Ocala and

Marion county bears this message it

will soon create a strong sentiment

for Ocala and people throughout the

state will be convinced that not only
a few people but that everybody in

this section is earnest in the desire

to secure the capital of Florida to

Ocala.
The writing of this message as i
postscript on the bottom of every let

ter will cost no money. It will entail
a minimum of time and effort and the
results will much more than repay ev

ery person for employing it on letters
written in both business and personal

correspondence.
The state-wide influence will do
much to spread this idea and if you
approve it I know that many will use
this slogan and that it will prove a
help in gaining the capital.
There are three good reasons why
I believe the capital should be brought
to Ocala. None of these are original
but have been brought out in conver conversation
sation conversation with people who have given the
matter much thought. Each of these
reasons is well founded and the jus justice
tice justice of using them to emphasize our
claim to the capital is apparent.
1. Ocala is nearly the exact geo geographical
graphical geographical center of the state.
2. Ocala has excellent railroad fa facilities
cilities facilities and is readily accessible from
all parts of the state. With the com completion
pletion completion of the contemplated highways
leading through Ocala this city will
be the heart of a wonderful network
of good roads and can be easily reach reached
ed reached by automobile from all points.
3. Ocala represents in her daily
life every phase of Florida's business
life; agricultural, horticultural, com commercial
mercial commercial and industrial.
If every citizen of Ocala will make
use of this slogan on every occasion
we will soon see results.
Philip G. Murphy.
P. S. The capital location for
Florida's caoitol Ocala.

Drink

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Made from Choicest Grains
and Finest Hops

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TT is the most stimulating, refreshing drink
you have ever tasted. Ithas a delightful tang
and flavor all its own.

The New "WOLINEN"

Skirting for Sport Skirts.

Striped

Fishel's.

Hard shell crabs today at the City
Fish Market. Phone 158. 27-tf

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Ambrosia is pure and wholesome beneficial for
every member of your family. It tastes delicious
by itself or with a bite to eat. Try it today.

ORDER A CASE SENT HOMS

wSOLD EVERYWHERE
Moses Grocery Company
Ocala, Florida
AMBROSIA IS MADE AND LOTTIXD OIO.V 3Y
CENTRAL CONSUMERS CO., Louisville, Ky.
Incorporated

TEIS IS A STUDEBAKER YEAE

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VISIT
Our Splendidly Equipped Repair Shop
See How Well We Are Prepared to Fix Yonr Automobile

MURPHY MOTOR COMPANY
Main Street, Opposite Ocala Iron Works - OCALA, FLORIDA

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DAWIONS' MARKET
Phone 519
111 W. Broadway

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-St

8 DAYS ONLY
Okeh $1 records ..$ M
Lyric $1 records 9
Jennett 85c. records : .69
Columbia $1 records .69
Operaphone $1 records .69
Popular sheet music 25 cents.
22-t- KINDTS 31USIC STORE

We have just added another line of
beautiful stationery. The prices are
right, 40c .and upwards. Correspon Correspondence
dence Correspondence cards SOc. THE EOOK SHOP.

Isnt wrth while to
Sjtf-. jrear glasses If they will
"5vvY free you from headache?
DS. K. J. WEIHE,
Optometrist and Optician
Ejeslght Specialist

WONDEEIIOSE
iceable HOSE for

is 'the most serv serv-ChnJrtn.
ChnJrtn. serv-ChnJrtn. Get it



OCALA EVENING STAR, FRIDAY, APRIL 29, 1921

Y

1

Q& MRS. WALTERS ENTERTAINS

0

ffep jonr dollars along,
Give them a lift
They will do more for you
If you spend them at the

mm st.0

It's an easy matter Jo 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,
12-pound bags

Ballard's Obelisk Flour,
24-pound bags

77c

$1.50

Ballard's Self-Rising Flour, CAp
g 12-pound bags... 0Ul'
w V-. . .

1.55
38c
72c
$1.40
25c
25c
18c
. 27c

1-pound packages Kingan's 4 0 p

4c
8c
8c
8c
32c
39c
43c
43c

Ballard's Self-Rising Flour,

24-pound bags .:
Pioneer Self-Rising Flour,
6-pound bags
Pioneer Self-Rising Flour,
12-pound bags
Pioneer Self-Rising Flour,
24-pound bags....
9 pound Water Ground or
Cream Meal
9 pounds Coarse or Fine
Grits. '..
1 ponnd tins
Crisco I-. .......
14 pound tins
Crisco ...

und packaj
Pure Lard.

5-cent cakes Octagon
Soap.
10-cent cakes Octagon
Soap..:
10-cent bottles Liquid
Bluing.
10-cent packages Tetle's
Tea..
55-cent Robin Hood Pure Fruit
Jam.....

The attractive home of Mrs- J.
Harry Walters oi Oklawaha avenue
formed a beautiful setting for the two
parties that she gave on Wednesday
and Thursday afternoons. The rooms
of -the lower floor were opened en
suite and were most tastefully deco decorated
rated decorated with quantities of Easter lilies,
the snowy white flowers blending
with the rich cream of the falls. The
flowers in the dining: room were sweet
peas. A large bowl of the same flow flowers
ers flowers was placed in the center of the
dining table which was covered with
a beautiful lace cloth.
On Wednesday afternoon Mrs. Wal Walters
ters Walters was assisted by Mrs. L. E. Futch,
who greeted the guests as they enter entered
ed entered and invited them to the punch bowl
which was placed on one side of the
porch. The table was tastefully dec decorated
orated decorated with fern and nasturtiums and
during the afternoon Mrs. Paul Sim Simmons
mons Simmons and Mrs. C. B. Ayer served
fruit punch.
On Thursday Mrs. T. H. Johnson
and Mrs. C. R. Tydings met the guests
and Miss Annie Davis served punch
during the afternoon. In the reception
hall at the entrance stood the hostess,
Mrs. Walters and with her Mrs.
Franklin, an attractive young matron
who is making her home in Ocala. As
the guests entered they were given
their tally cards by which they found
their tables which were placed in the
different rooms of the lower floor.
Auction was the game enjoyed on
both afternoons, a most exciting and

VVYVVVVVVV

GREAT SENSATION

IN MILLINERY
Special Prices on Hats for the
"Sweet Girl Graduate"
ORGANDY HATS
" ON SALE
Saturday and Monday,
April 30 May 2
Affleck Millinery Parlor

iu 1 111 North Broadway

V.

MRS. W. H. PEG RAM

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WE HAVE THE TIRE YOU WANT
WHEN YOU WANT IT

The news of the death of Mrs. W.
H. Pegram, which occurred Monday
afternoon at Leesburg will be received
with sorrow by her many friends in
the community where she made her
home for so many years, Orange

Springs. Although Mrs. Pegram had
been in poor health for several years
and she had been in Leesburg with
her son, Mr. J. H. Pegram under med medical
ical medical care, the end came so suddenly
that other members of her immediate
family were not able to reach her, be before
fore before her death. Mrs. Pegram was 58
years old and had always been active
in the community where she lived, a
friend of many and a favorite with all
who knew her. She leaves to mourn
her death a husband, two daughters,
Mrs. Fred Vogt of this city and Miss
Lucy Pegram of Atlanta, and one son.

! W. H. Pegram of Leesburg. The body

is iaia to rest in the cemetery at

. Leesburg. Rev. White of the Metho

dist church of this city officiated. A
large floral offering from here and
Leesburg showed the love and respect
with which she was held by all who
knew her.

ft

MAKING A MOUNTAIN

OUT OF A MOLEHILL

'pleasant time being spent by the play- J

60-cent Royal Scarlet Pure Fruit
Jam.. 1- ....
60c and 70c Paul's Pure Fruit
Jam. .....

60c and 70c Royal Scarlet Fruit

Warn

40-cqnt Skookum Apple OKo
Butter MX,
U-SERVE STORES
Cash and Carry
One East and one West City Square

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ers. On Wednesday Mrs. E. H. Mar Martin
tin Martin was the fortunate holder of the

highest score, and Mrs. Walters pre

sented her with a beautiful pair of

white silk hose. The consolation prize,

a bunch of Easter lilies, was presented

to Miss Eloise Henry. Thursday aft

ernoon Mrs. J. W. Dumas was the for

tunate winner of the first prize, a
bottle of perfume, and the consolation,
a bunch of lilies was presented to
Miss Catherine Livingston.
Dainty refreshments of chicken

salad, olives and wafers, tomato aspic,
toasted sandwiches and pineapple

sherbet were served at the conclusion
of the games. On both afternoons the

players were joined by a number of
guests for refreshments.

Wednesday's guests included Mrs.
R. S. Hall, Mrs. R. L. Anderson Jr.,

Mrs. Leta Bennett, Mrs. John Taylor,

Mrs. Harvey Clark, Mrs. E. H. Mar Martin,
tin, Martin, Mrs. Alison Wartmann, Mrs. H.
W. Henry, Mrs. Frederick Hocker,
Mrs. Grider Perkins, Mrs. William
Hocker, Mrs. W. W. Harriss, Mrs. Ed Edmund
mund Edmund Martin, Mrs. A. J. Beck, Mrs.
Franklin, Mrs. Mamie Hall, Mrs. J. W.
Hood, Mrs. G. S. Scott, Mrs. Raiford

Simmons, Mrs. C. B. Ayer, Mrs. Lev-

erett Futch and Mrs. Paul Simmons,

Misses Margaret Taylor, Mamie Tay

lor, Nettie Camp, Sue Moore and

Eloise Henry.

Those invited for Thursday includ

ed Mrs. H. C. Dozier, Mrs. Anna Hol Holder,
der, Holder, Mrs. E. G. Peek, Mrs. T. P,

Drake, Mrs. J. D. Robertson, Mrs. T.

S. Trantham, Mrs. Philip Murphy,
Mrs.-E. T. Helvenston, Mrs. L. H. Van
Engelken, Mrs. E. G. Lindner, Mrs.

9 Harry Borland, Mrs. Franklin, Mrs.

H. F. Watt, Mrs. E. L. Carney, Mrs.

J. K. Dickson, Mrs. Mamie Howse
0 Stovall, Mrs. L. H. Pillans, Mrs. Bert
Acker, Mrs. Maude Home and Mrs.
m r v

ii.- a. images. Misses Annie uavis,

iviary iucuoweii, iamenne ijivingcton

and Adele Bittinger.
Mrs. Walters is known for her

(jjc) gracious hospitality and delightful
parties and those of Wednesday and

Thursday proved as enjoyable and
beautiful as usual.

"SERVICE" Our Motto
UNITED STATES TIRES HOOD TIRES
ACCESSORIES
SINCLAIR MOTOR OILS
CARS WASHED AND POLISHED
KUMBAK SERVICE STATION

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ATTRACTIVE PRICES
r
Uneedas and all 10c National Biscuit Co.'s crack crackers
ers crackers 8c, or 3 for 22c All 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
Cherry Bell Flour a strictly first-class Kansas
hard wheat flour 12-lb. bags 70c; 24-poun
bags $1.40. I
Very best Head Rice 3 pounds 25c
Very -best Blue Rose Rice 4 pounds 25c
Lard Compound, 1 pound 15c; 2 pouuds 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
gallon 75c
W. Baker's Cocoa, y2 pound 30c; 2 for 55c
W. Baker's Cooking Chocolate, J-lb. cakes 25c
Oar Delivery Service is at your command
if you trade with as.
FARMERS EXCHANGE STORE
Merchants Block Phone 163

YOUMG-MEMRIM CO.

THURSDAY AFTERNOON.

AUCTION CLUB

CIVIL EIVGINEERS AND SURVEYORS'
Licensed under the laws of the State of FlonSa
Surveys Plats Reports
Highways Drainage Phosphate
Capt. Edward Drai is associated
with us and in charge cf our .Phos-
phate Mine and Plant Department.

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Oliices 33-34 Holder BIdg.
OCALA, FLORIDA

Phone No. 543

At her home on Eighth street yes

terday afternoon Mrs. J. J. Gerig en

tertained the members of the Thurs Thursday
day Thursday afternoon auction club and a few

friends. There were three tables of

players, auction being enjoyed during

the afternoon. Mrs. G. K. Robinson.

the holder of the highest score, and

Miss Minnie Gamsby, holder of the

second highest score, were both pre

sented with attractive prizes, while

the hostess presented Mrs. Albert

Birdsey, as honoree of the afternoon,

with a lovely memento.

The house was decorated for the oc

casion with quantities of cut flowers

The hostess at the conclusion of the

games served ice cream, cake, mints

and punch. The following were the

ladies present: Mrs. Albert Birdsey,

Mrs. James Hicks Hill, Mrs. C. S.

Cullen, Mrs. G. K. Robinson, Mrs. F.

T. Schreiber, Mrs. George Ford, Mrs,

L. R. Chazal, Mrs. Frank Logan, Mrs.

without a word of douht. The v are mcKman, miss imny fctotesDury,

fjoii.im.c Snmot;ma n v,fa Miss Abbie Manroe and Miss Minnie

have tasted that rich, creamy velvet- J Gamsby

like liauid that smoothlv slides down

your throat. Well that is the kind of SUGAR SATURDAY AND MONDAY

:-

You'll Enjoy One

of our cool refreshing ice cream sodas

Tire Prices Reduced
DIAMOND Non-Skid, 30x3, $17 A A
old price $20.00, now.....
DIAMOND Plain, 30x3, A A
old price $17.60, now $ltM)U
6,000 Mile Guarantee
FEDERAL, FISK AND DIAMOND TUBES
NEW PRICES Overhauling Ford motor $16.
Overhauling Ford rear end, $5 for time.
Grinding Ford valves, $3.!
DIXIE GARAGE
JAS. ENGESSER, Proprietor
Phone 258 West Broadway

lallaaassee, April 26 The Hons

fg of Representatives! joined icore

t-ol Jt-Ionda newspapers in taking to
task Ella Pearl Smith, editor of the

X .Clinton (Mo.) Eye, for articles pub-

cr ;ii3nea in we tye which, according to
(ivlthe lecislators enntnin mtm iA

j mr mm.,
("scurrilous" references to Florida.
Miss Smith was a member f the Na National
tional National Editorial Association who with
i several hundred others affiliated with
(that organization, recently toured
j Florida after the" national convention

in St. Augustine. The House has
adopted the following resolution call call-in
in 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 quoting
ing quoting 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 writ in cr of these articles was

not based on truth nor no attempt was

J made to give to the people of the
j world the real facts; and

Whereas, unless a truthful state

ment is made by the proper authori

ties 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

sentatives, that the commissioner of
the marketing bureau of the state of

Florida be instructed" to compile

truthful statistics of the farming in

dustry of Florida, the live stock in

dustry 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 Ms department has gathered
together and transmit the same to

Miss Ella Pearl Smith of Clinton,
Mo., editor of the Clinton Eye, a
newspaper published at said place,
and ask that she eive the same the

publicity that she gave the untruth

ful statements appearing under her

name in the recent issues of her pa

rt

SAVE

and EARN

is KEEP ON SAVING

II,

PRICED RIGHT

C7 Cli0-

EARN AS THEY WORK

GAVE RIGHT ALONG n
repair) tires, gasoline, oil

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 ran.

Made in six capacities
-l-H&-2-2V&-3&ton

, Seymour Automotive Co.

Murphy Garage, N. Man St.
Oc&Ia, Fla.

SPOT CASH;
GROCERY I
i Z
Staple and Fancy Groceries, Z

rroaace.

Frails and Vegetables. Z
Free Delivery

per:

W. A.Stroud I
Phone 393

BARGAIN IN CUT DOWN BUICK

One 4 -cylinder Buick. disc wheels,

cut down racer. Bargain.

AUTO SALES CO,
29-6t Mack Taylor.

SUGAR SATURDAY AND MONDAY

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

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. WHTTTINGTON.

DO YOU APPRECIATE PROMPT SERVICE?

ice cream soda you get here.

THE VOGUE

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.

C. V. ROBERTS. Phone 305

BARNEY SPENCER, Phone 431

ROBERTS & SPENCER
Funeral Directors and Embalmers
Private Morgue and Chapel. Personal Service to all.
Motor Equipment. Coftins and Caskets Delivered.

OfSce Phone 350

Ocala, Florida

217 West Broadway

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.

Send us your 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 AND LOW PRICES :
t

MOTHER'S DAY

Beautiful cards and mottoes for this

The more yoa smoke tiea Be better jrafB Ekt tica
Write for our Premium Catalog No. 4
LlEWEaGAMFaCONEWAl.N.
Largest Independent Cgu Factory to tbm World.

TO THE PUBLIC

Used Car

I Bargains

Our offices are now located at No.
2, South Magnolia, street, Sr est 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

chase, will Te to your interest.
E. A- S trout Farm Agency,
26-t James Hall, Representative.

1 Model 39 Overland :
Five Passenger ;
1 brand new Spaeke j
Perfect Condition Z
These cars to be sold for Z

repair charges

DIXIE HIGHWAY :
GARAGE :
J. S. Engesser Z
21 W. Broadway Ocda Z

REMEMBER, we are striving to

enlarge our business clientele by gir-

ing the public GOOD MERCHAN

DISE at lowest prices, not cheap,

shoddy stuff. Yours to please,!

FISHEIS.

Studebaker seven-passenger, pew
tires. Price $175. Spencer-Pedrkk

I-

fl wtiri
IP

(Mi ()Ie;

1 inly i

Waotfav Aat Pc

Thmy eat Bogarf
Wonder Ant Poison

carrr It to (Wr acata? Is
Tm'U b aWoiuteir rid at
A4 M mgut tor 25
eml kotiU. r km can't mp.
pig you tern wiil da a mm
waemipt at 30 cants.
TheBocw Crrpy
Drta Bamck S I fwn

I occasion at THE BOOK SHOP. 27-3t

Motor Co. 23-tf



OCALA EVENING STAR, FBIDAY, APRIL 2. 191

UNCLASSIFIED

ADVERTISEMENTS
h'axtfu. LOST. ;OUND. FOB

SALE, FOR RENT AND SIM SIMILAR
ILAR SIMILAR LOCAL NEEDS

OCALA OKIES

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

1916 FORD TOURING

One Ford touring, good shape, for
quick sale AUTO SALES CO,
29-t Mack Taylor.

SUGAR SATURDAY AND MONDAY

Mr. and Mrs E. M.- Howard and Dr.

D. M. Smith returned yesterday from
an enjoyable auto trip to Miami.

Rates: Six lines, maximum, one time,
25c; three times, 50c.; six times, 75c;
one month, $3. Payable in advance.

FOR SALE Genuine Porto Rico j Hot Boston baked beans and brown

plants, 8 to 12 in. long, government bread for Saturday night supper at

insDected: no weavels or disease. Carters Bakery. 2t

Guaranteed immediate delivery,

$1.75 per thousand, express collect. I You can save by buying your MIL-

Write for nrices on vines. C. H. LINERY at FISHEL'S. 3t

Cooner, 746 Wyominia St, Ocala,

13 pounds of sugar for one dollar,

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

only. Phone 377.

tf H. B. WHITTINGTON.

Fla. Phone 359.

30-tf

FOR SALE Must be sold immediate immediately,
ly, immediately, one Underwood and one L. C

Hard shell crabs today at the City

Fish Market. Phone 158. 27-tf

Tfppn the hnnAi nd fe soft with

r 1 .... I

amim typewriter, as guou ILASOL. 50 cents the bottle at

. 1 .1 u.. I

aiso one lounge anu vanuus "u"-c Gene's Drug Store.

supplies. Geo. W. Chase, over
Dodge auto office. 27-3t

There's no extra charge for clean-

STRAYED One year old Jersey M1 your nsn at xne icy risn xiaiKei

Fnone li8. n

enutVi of Ornla rm Dixie Hiffhwav,

w c i ri I t 1 & a

x T nnkr.-i I ims is a oiuueuaner year. u

. "27-6t

Reward for return.
Ocala, Fla.

NOTICE

Notice i hereby given that the following lands Is tha City of Ocala will
be sold at public auction en
MO X DAT, THE, SECOND DAT OP SKAT VtOX
at the City Hall, in Ocala. Marion County, Florida, or so xxracn thereof as may
be necessary to pay the amount Gam for city .taxes herein t opposite tfie tame,
together with the costs of such sale and advertisier:

Specials at

o

ail's

The entire community is interested

in the Victory Way that is being plan

FOR S ALE S UrplusMa- "ed b ?e Woman's Club So don't
, . -i-T forget the concert that will be given

Cmnery ana ILquipilieill, at the club house Tuesday, May 3rd

Electric Hoists. D O 11 h 1 e for that benefit. 29-3t

Tim FTmctind r?din with

..Ux -"to I Dr. V J. WoihA. OTrtnmPtrist. is in-

Boiler, Wire Cable and Rope, stalling the most complete and up-to-

SwitCh TvDe Locomotive. 15 dat equipment obtainable. He is also

r o i enlarging and refitting his office, which
ton Browning Crane, large 0cala as omplete ;nd as
and Small Air Compressors, finely equipped office of this kind as is

motors from 3 to 100 HP, in the Btate

kJ ft" T T .Ir O A t.n-mA

ouu uck iyciiii-A, o- ymu Just received fresh tomatoes, beans,
'Concrete Mixers, AsbeStOS cukes, new potatoes and squash. All
in sheets, Lead, Jacks of all w1" are fresh and the prices
. y. arc right at the Fort King Confection-

KinOS, VCeiyiene UUiniS, ery corner Osceola and Ft. King. 2t

Round Iron, Sheet Iron,
Electric Floor Lights, Car

bide Lights, Wheelbarrows,
Galvanized Culverts, Steel
Lockers, Bolts, Axes, Cant
Hooks, Builders Hardware

and various other kinds of

machinery, equipment and

SUDDlieS. Also 41 barrels Our Bathing Caps are pretty and

ni;An Cr,n,Vn,n;oK A, durable. All fresh stock. Gerig's

.'.auuT 1 Dn Store. tf

so Aaaing jyiacmnes, calcu

lating Machines ana JLleC- The management of the Federal

trie AddreSSOgraph. Send Bakery gave the Star a treat this
US your inquiries, GEORGE morning by presenting samples of the
W. GIBBS, Jr., P. 0. BOX new Damsh pastry that the bakery is
mA T .I, --, making. The pastry is dehcious and

lut uaun-OUUVliic, X m. wnnM make an addition to anv mial.

"Why Pay More?"
From

SATURDAY,

April 30ih, fo

SATURDAY,

May 7th, inclusive
10 yards 36-inch Heavy
Sheeting, per piece

DESCRIPTION OF LANDS

Beat it if yon can.
Matress Ticking Dandy
Bargain," per yard

This is a Studebaker year.

tf

'New Books" at THE BOOK SHOP.

Nobby Beady-to-Wear Hats just re received
ceived received at FISHEL'S.

Get fresh, light, fluffy rolls every
day at the Federal Bakery. 25-6t

CiiAL-MkKb tAK Al. UAKuAlw a l best talent in Ocala is on the

seven-passenger Chalmers car. the pr0gram for the concert at the Worn
very latest of the 1920 models, per- an3 Club May 3rd A delightful ev

feet in looks and mechanical condi- eninj? is anticipated. The proceeds will

tion. A big bargain on very easy go towards beautifying the new Vic-

terms. K. K. Carroll at Carroll t0ry Way. 29-3t

Motors Co., Ucala, J?'la. 7-3t

mi n l : 1 l

FOR SALE Beautiful long stemmed ueiluua IU"a BU ""Ijr

Easter lilies, for home use or f or complimented your nosress on were

.v.: : -oi or,n oo C4. maae at tne reaerai rsanery. i;o-ot

FOR SALE Ford one-ton truck, cab, EVERWEAR HOSIERY sold by
body and top; truck run 1200 miles; best retailers EVERYWHERE, at

good as new; 32x4 rear tires; in FISHEL'S only.

good condition. Apply Bank of

10c

Men's Blue Chambrey Shirts,

excellent value, each
50s

Men's Blue Overalls, per pair

$1.00
Your Dollar's Worth
Bungalow Aprons, of
dandy Percale, light and
dark colors. None better

for

Turkish Towels, always
. in demand. Special

19c lip

Hawthorne, Hawthorne, Fla. 28-6t
A GOOD OPPORTUNITY To have
your piano tuned or repaired abso absolutely
lutely absolutely correct by George Raymond,
expert piano tuner, Colonial 'House,
Ocala, Fla. . It

Fine bananas at 15 cents per pound.

Queen Quality, the kind that' Second

Adam eat when he was a boy, at the

Fort King Confectionery. 2t

Anfn Rpnairinn?

ALL CARS
CYLINDERS RE-BORED AND
WELDING
2FFICIENT WORKMEN,
PROMPT SERVICE
REASONABLE CHARGES
GEO. J. WILLIAMS
Formerly Carroll Motor Company
Garage, Osceola St.
PHONE 597 Night 408
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, Fla.

One of the noticeable improvements

in the building line is being made .in
the drug store of Bitting & Phillips,

on the west side of the square. The

old show windows have been entirely

removed, making the entrance the

middle of the entire store. This drug

store' since coming under the present

management has been improved and

made up to date in every way.

Ladies SPORT HATS to go with

Summer Sweaters at FISHEL'S.

W. K. Lane, M. D physician and
furgeon, specialist eye, ear, nose and
throat. Office over 5 and 10 cent store
Ocala, Fla. Adv. tf
Extra fancy Valencie oranges and
grapefruit just received at Fort King
Confectionery. "There's none so
good." 2t

NEEDHAM MOTOR CO.
General Auto Repairing
and Storage
Gasoline, Oils and Grease
USED CARS FOR SALE
Cars Washed ............ .$1-00
Cars Polished .50
Oklawaha Ave. & Orange St
Phone 252

LIFE

FIRE

. A. E. GERIG
INSURANCE
Ocala. Florida
ACCIDENT AUTOMOBILE

This is & Studebaker year. tf

The Altar Guild of the Episcopal
church will hold a cake, candy and
fancy work sale at the store formerly
occupied by Mrs. Bostick tomorrow
(Saturday) April 29th. Punch will be

sold during the day. It

Some new Bread and Sandwich

Trays at THE BOOK SHOP. 27-3t

New shipments of MILLINERY ar

riving daily at FISHEL'S. 3t

Ladies' Hose, per pair
10c
Never Before
Full width Pcppcrcll, bleached
and unbleached, Sheeting

8!15

15

22

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Mrs. E. L. Carney returned home

yesterday from Palatka, where she
went to attend the McReynolds-Hil-

burn wedding, which took place Wed Wednesday.
nesday. Wednesday. Mrs. Carney was accompanied
home by Mrs. B. W. Mimms, who will
be her guest for a few days en route

to Tallahassee," where she will be the
guest of Gov. and Mrs. Hardee.

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

Framed Mottoes for Mother's Day
at THE BOOK SHOP. 27-3t

Dazira Face Powder is satisfying,
and the odor is dainty. Ask to see it
at Gerig's Drug Store. tf

We delight in showing our line of

pretty Dress Goods. FISHEL'S. 3t

Silk Skirling Handsome
material, regularly sold for
$1.75 yard. Special for the
week

LM Yd.

White Voile, worth 35c yd.
for the week
19e yd.
A Good Tiling to Know.
Walk-Ccer Shoes
. Are on Sale ct This Store.
Ladies' Walk-Over pumps
and oxfords, patent kid, Russ
calf, and black and brown
kid. The greatest bargain

and striking beauties obtain obtainable,
able, obtainable, at the unheard price
. 86.50 pair
Men's welt soles, high grade
black and brown oxfords.

The most wonderful samples
awaiting you at a most rea reasonable
sonable reasonable price,

13.50 pair

Ladies black and brown kid
oxfords and pumps. Three
Ties and Strap Sandles. Me Medium
dium Medium high and military heels;
attractive appearance; neat
in fit; comfortable wear and
can't be beat, for only
$3.98
B. Goldman
"Why Pay More?"

90 ft e ud w by 120 ft n .nd

b in ne cor block 13 Old Survey

Lot 4 Mock 19 Old Survey

W1 except 10 ft off n end lot

3 biocK Z7 JUi survey

W j lot 4 also 6 f t e and w tf

112 ft n and a m se cor lot 3

block 27 Old Surrey

W4 of block 32 Old Survey..

23 ft e and w by 100 ft n and b

in se cor lot 3 locK 34 via
Survey
Com 2a ft s of ne cor lot 4
block 45 Old Survey, thence s
2 ft -w 12 ft n 59 ft e 10 ft
s 30 ft e 119 ft
Com 7 ft a of ne cor block 4C

Old Survey w 105 ft s 49 ft

e 105 ft n 49 ft
50 ft e and w by 100 ft n and s

in nw cor lot 2 -btk 4C Old

Survey

56 ft e and w by 224 ft n and

a on west side- of block 4
Old Survey

62 ft n and a on n side lot 2

block 49 Old Survey

S lot 4 block 49 Old Survey

Lou 3 and 4 block 51 Old Sur
vey

of e lot 2 block 55 Old

Survey

Com 73 ft n of se cor block 57

Old Survey, w 18 ft n 24 ft

42 ft n 3 ft vr 29 ft n 29

ft e 89 Vi ft s 5Stt ft

Lot 10 Holder's sub iWi Mock

57 Old Survey

W4 of lots 2 and 3 block (9

Old Survey

Lot 1 .block 15 X S S I

Lots 1 and 4 block IS N S S.
X4 lot 4 block U N 8 S j

Lot 3 block 18 N 8 S

Shi lot 1 block 19 N S S
S4 lot 3 block 19 N S S

40 ft e and w on w side lot 1

block 23 N 6 S

All lot 2 block 23NSS

Lot 3 block 23 N S South

Xft lot 2 block 25 M 8 6
Com 87 ft e of sw cor block

34 N s s n liz rt e 90 rt s nz
ft w 90 ft

EVj of block bounded s by S

st e ty Fona st

N'wVi of block bounded n by S

6th st w by Pona st

NeU- of block 7 NSN

lot 3 block 14 Ji S T

Com 165 ft n of se cor lot D

Dunn's Central add thence w
231 ft n 198 ft e 231 ft s 198
ft taxes 1919 and 1920

Lots 5 and 6 Weston s Central

Oity Lots

Com at se cor lot 10 block C

Allred's addition thence e so
ft n 120 ft w 60 ft s 120 ft..
Lot 10 block H Allred's add..
SV& lot 3 block I Allred's add.
Lots 5 and 6 block 2 sub block
O illr'i nrtrl if inn

Lot 2 block I Allred's addition 7 1
T -rfa 9 3 hlnrk 4 Allred's add. I 7 1

T.rit a hloek Allred's addition! 7 15

Lots 5 and 6 block 3 sub oft

blocks 3 and 4 lAllred's addl-!
tlon
Lots 9 and 10 block 3 sub
block 3 and 4 Allred's addl-
,tlon ,v--
Cm 50 ft w of ne cor lot 1
block 5 Alred's add thence w
50 ft s 105 ft e 50 ft n 105 ft
92 ft e and w by 105 ft n and s
In nw cor lot 1 block 5 All Allred's
red's Allred's add ...
Lot 1 and n4 lot 2 block C
Allred's add
Lot 31 ub of blocks 1 and 2
Alli-ed's add

Lots 36 and 49 inclusive snb
of blocks 1 and 2 Allred's
addition
Lots 7 and 10 block 108 All Allred's
red's Allred's add
Lot 8 Seymour's sub bjock 108
AlVi-Ml'a add ...............

Tota 5 and 12 Seymour's sub

,na AllroA'a addition

Tto isis Olvatt'fl sub ....I 8115122

Lot 4 block 19 Allred's addition

Lots 5 and s Smitn ana lud lud-erty's
erty's lud-erty's add
Lot 26 Smith and Dou&hterys
add
X& lot 38 Smith and Dough Dougherty's
erty's Dougherty's add
Lot 47 and s of lot 48 Smith
and Dougherty's add
N1 lot 6 Reardon's Middle Middle-town
town Middle-town Lots
Com at se cor lot 1 Reardon s
Mlddletown Lots e 69 ft n
162 ft w 69 ft s 162 ft
Lot 2 Caldwell's addition ....
Lot 4 Caldwell's addition
S4 lot 6 Caldwell's addition..
Com at se cor lot 10 Caldwell's

add n 148 n w h
48 ft s 139 ft 104 ft
52 ft e and w by 105 ft n and
s in se cor sw4 lot 24 Cald Cald-v.lt'n
v.lt'n Cald-v.lt'n Addition .. .. ....

90 ft a and w (by 133 ft n and s

in ne cor lot 26 caiaweu s
addition

Com 210 ft e of sw cor lot 29

Caldwell's addition e 70 it n

in ft w 70 ft s 70 ft

Com 70 ft w of ne cor lot n

Caldwell's addition w 70 ct

140 ft 70 ft n-140 ft.

WA lot 1 sub lot 33 Caidweirs

nrtrl.lMATI ....... ... ...

Lot 2 sub of lot 33 Caldwell's

addition

T.nt 6 and 32 ft n and s on 8

side lot 4 Benton's sub lot 34

r'lM tiroir Addition

136 ft e and w on side lot 35

-A 11 rcll' addition .. ..

212 ft and w by 210 ft n and

s in se cor cor lot 3
nroll's addition

Tit ft m and TP hv 120 f t 1 and 8

in nw cor lot 37 Caldwell's

adAIMm .......... ....

Cnm 70 ft e of nw oor lot 37

Caldwell's addition e 70 ft
ift vet 7ft ft rt 120 ft ....

Lot 3 block 1 Benjamin's snb
blocks 40 and 41 Caldwell's

addition ."
Lot 6 block 2 Benjamin's sub
blocks 40 and 41 Caldwell s
addition
Lot 7 block 2 Benjamin's sub
lots 40 and 41 Caldwell's
addition
WU except 150 ft and w by
87 and 2-3 ft n and s hi f
cor lot 46 Caldwell's addition
Com 90 ft w of se cor lot 47
Caldwell's addition w 60 ft n
226 ft e 60 ft s 226 ft
Com at sw cor lot 52 Cald Caldwell's
well's Caldwell's addition e 220 ft s
150A ft e 15 ft n 311 it w
235 ft 8 462 ft ..............
Lot 6 Buffum's snb lots 52 and
55 Caldwell's addition .....
Lot 12 Buffum's sub lots 52
and 55 Caldwell's addition..
Lot 3 Tearue's resnrvey-of lots
54 59 and 60 Caldwell's addi-

R 1-3 lot 62 Caidweil's addition
t r.1,1r.1V. addition....

U chains e and w en side!
67 Caldwell's addition...!
Lots 1 and 11 Inclnslve exempt
lots 9 10 Fort Klnar He!eht)
Lota 12 and 41 Fort Kinpj
Heights - -- J
Lot 16 17 36 37 Fort KlnsrJ
Heiehts
Corn 2.95 chs e of ne cor lot 39!
Caldwell' addition e 1.69
ch a 3.48 chs w 1.694 chs nj
3.48 chs..-
Com at se intersection of!
South and Watflla street
75 ft s 123 ft w 75 ft n 123 ft!
Com 100 ft w of sw Intersec Intersection
tion Intersection of Oklawaha ave and
Watla st s 119 ft w 66 ft n
119 ft e 66 ft I
Com on e side of Osceola stj
165 ft ti 6f s boundary ..I
s 125 ft e to S A L r r north-!
easterly with said r r to!
noint e of beelnnlne w to'
point of benlnnirHr alo com!
I .U. n.t WMl1 St 4ft Ttl

t, f m tnndrr f 811512J

e to S A L r t thence sonth-J l
westerly to O-ceola st n to! I

rnm 7 ft vf nw cor I17U5'22

a 89 ft e 105 ft B M ft w 105! 1
ft ." J J J
99 r. m nf a nnlnt 40 ft! I I

w f rOT 71522

n 1 ft w 100 ft tj 50 tt wl I 1
fnn ft 91 A ft 300 ft I

Lot e of and adj block 72 OMJ
RnrrfT ex 104 n and by 571
ft-e and w In se cor ........ 1
Cot at ne cor lot A Caldwell's!
ddftion w 40 ft s 127 ft wl

100 ft s 130 ft 250 ft n 257
Com'aVsw cor lot A CaMwir
addition n 290 ft e 470 ft s
290 ft w 470 ft
Lota X t Magnolia Plaea ....

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NUUUB OF OWNER

Taxes

and

Costs

J. R. Whit- ...

Grace Coleman

Annie E. Ruth

M. E. Cary
Mrs. Lena Pedriek

S. C. McDuffy

Carmlchael and Son
Carmfchael and Bon

PAID

Carmlchael and Son

Fannie Ayer
C. IL Stewart

J. L. Brooks

PAID

F. E. Harris

F. E. Harris

George G!lea

c. H. (Benton

Mr. E. H. Ballev

T. Fatio

C. B. Benton

Unknown .. ...
Unknown .

Sallle Graden

Folly Oraden

Clara Carmice

J. L. Brooks

E. H. Martin
Heirs Cora Smith

H. P. Bitting
Edna Fltonen

Carmlchael and Son

Carmlchael

Unknown.

and Son

$24.61

13.05
14.50

13.65
50.85

14. SO

143.10

158.55

40.43
24.38
19.35
39.13

64.35

lit. 88

79.50
6.75
22.50
12.26
47.70
22.50
13.05
5.49
16 20
8.33
13.05
16.80
32.25
16.50
12.00
16.20

725.85

16.50

Cash and Carry Heat Market
CRAWFORD PASTEUR, Prop.,
Located in tie CRESCENT GROCERY CO.'i Sler
We handle all fed Beef, the very best Veal and
Pork Cheap. Pay for your meat and not your
neighbor's who does not pay for his.!
FED FLORIDA STEERS

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

Loin Steaks 3k
Good Boast 24
Bib and Flank .....1&e
Liver ..24

Lottie Jarvis

Farley Murdock ..
Mrs. A. Y. fitnmk

J. R. Roddenberrr

Sam Vaughn.. ..

Frances fctoyd .

Sam Vaughn.. ..

Mary Priest

Mrs. J. B. Hayea

5.48
3 60
3.97
1.40

12.28

63

Unknown

Mrs. C Rlcard

Unknown . .

O." C. Peterson

Louise Booe

Unknown

W. P. Chalker

Mrs. C. M. Todd

Ed -Hill

Ellen MoClaln

PAID
PAID
. W. Flhm

A. B. avar

Carmlchael and Son

J. H. Spencer ..
F. E. Harris ....

8. A. Moses ....

W. a. -Moorbead

M. C. Landers

J. II. Stephens

Carmlchael and Son

PAID

Q. B. eteln

Citizens Investment Co.,

i
I "W. Ponder ..;

PAID

F. E. Harris ...

PAID

C. VT. Hunter

Mrs. Pauline "WHllams

Unknown.

Unknown.

Unknown

F. W. Ditto

Unknown.

O. B. Howse

'A. Moses

Unknown.

H. M. Hampton

C. B. Ayer ....

E. II. Mot .. ..

Edwards and Thompson-.
M: Frank
J. C Jackson

C Carmlchael .. .. ....

J. "W. Fearson,

Paul filmmons

J. H. Spencer

1.81

2.63

4 68

2.01

7.35

3 .90
10.20
10.20
9.90
8.33

10.20

3.90
40.13

29.40

111.

39.83

31.95

16. 30
10.50

48.30

32.55
. 7.05

32.25
24.38

43.5
33.55
8.93
10.60
48.20
190.35
39.13
4.69
105.00
31.95
28.02
12.5-r
12.57
2.01
32.25
87.88
32.55
17.10

FINE PORK

Pork
Pork

Chops 25 Pork
Stew ..2Ck Pork

Hams ............. 25
Livers 25

BEST OF VEAL

Veal Chops 38c
Veal Stews ....20c

Vea.1 Boast ....7 .33e
Veal Liver .........25c

FIRST QUALITY WESTERN
Bound Steak ..40c Loin Steaks ...40c
Good Boast 38c Good Stews 20c

WESTERN LAMB

Lamb Chops. 50c
Lamb Ribs 35c

Lamb Leg...
Lamb Flank

...lie
25c

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

DESCRIPTION OF LANDS

T R

"CltUcns Gas Oo.

Stephen Hodff .

G. D. Washburn .

r. E. Harris

B. EL Banders

B. H. Sanders

Unknown....

34.95

10.50

32. tS

If.lt

4.50

Lots 13 14 and 15 Magnolia

Place

Lot 36 Magnolia Place

Lots 64 6a Magnolia Place ..
Lots 71 and 72 Magnolia Place
Lots 1 2 3 4 5 block 1 Palmetto

Park

Lot 5 block 2 Palmetto Park..
Lot 1 block 7 Palmetto Park..

Lot 9 Bullock's sub neU .... 19

Lots 3 4 block 4 Hlllvlew

Com 40 ft w of nw cor block

t Hllleview w 105 ft s 180 ft
105 ft n 180 ft

Com 2621 ft and 318 ft n of

sw oor of nVi IIS

n "06 ft w 408 ft s 106 ft e
408 ft

Com at nw cor of ne U of tie 4 119

s 210 ft e 220 ft n 210 ft w
220 ft

Corn 90 ft w of se cor lot 86

Gary addition w 40 ft n
115H ft e 40 ft s 115U ft..

Com 45 ft w of ne oor Jot 88

Gary addition w 45 ft s 112
ft e 45 ft n 112 ft

Com 90 ft w of ne cor lot 38

Gary addition w 45 ft s 112

ft e 45 ft n 112 ft

45 ft e and w by 112 ft n and

In se cor lot 88 Gary s addi

tlon

Com 45 ft w of so cor lot 88

Gary's addition n 112 ft w 45

ft s I z ft e 45 it

40 ft e and w by 112 ft n and

s in nw cor lot 89 Gary"

addition

Com SO ft e of nw cor lot 89

Gary's addition s 112 ft 60

ft n 112 ft w 50 ft

Lot 89 Gary's addition ex 40 ft

e and w by 112 n and s In nw
cor and ex com 80 ft e of nw

cor s 112 ft e 50 ft n 112 ft

w 50 ft ....

112 ft n and by 45 ft e and

w in sw cor lot 88 Gary's ad
dition

70 ft e and w by 112 ft n and

s In ne cor lot 93 Garya ad
dition

Com 70 St w of ne cor lot 92

Garys' addition w 70 ft a 112

ft 70 ft n 112 ft

Com 171 Vt ft w of ne cor lot

100 Gary's addition w 50 ft

s 112 ft e 60 ft n 112 ft..

Com 135 ft w of se cor lot 100

Gary addition w 90 ft n 112

ft 9ft ft 112 ft

Lot 5 block 4 Lincoln Height?!

Lots 3 6 block 3 Ditto's Revis

ed plat plat book A pare 143
152 ft e and w by 63 4 ft n and
s in ne cor lot 1 E. G. Smith
addition

Com 50 ft e of sw cor lot 6 E

O. Smith's addition SO ft n
100 ft w 50 ft s 100 ft
of lot 15 E. G. Smith ad
dition
Lot 8 sub of lot It E. O.
Smith's addition
Lot 7 Mitchell's Revined plat.
Lot 23 Mitchell's Revised plat
Lot 29 Mitchell's Revised plat
Lot 59 Mitchell's Revised plat
Lnt21 block S Wt End
Lots 9 11 13 14 15 16 24 block 9
West End
Lot It block 9 West End ....
Lots 1 8 5 7 block 10 West End
Lots 11 13 block 0 Wet End.
T-r.t IS hlivk 1ft WHt End

Lots 14 16 block 10 West End I

Lots 19 21 block 10 Went End
Lot 1 boo blocks 27 and 28
West End
Lots 8 9 10 11 13 14 15 16 17 It
19 20 21 block 29 Wt End..
Lot 2 block 30 West End
Lot 4 block 30 West End
Lots 13 14 15 16 block 30 West
End
Lot 9 block 2 'Western add
Lots 2 4 block 3 Western add.
Lots 3 5 bteck 5 Western add.
Lot 1 block 6 Western add..
Lot 10 Reardon's Due West
Lots
Lands described tn revised iplat
of lots 1 to 16 Ine Columbia
City
f4 lot 9 Cllne's addition
Nl4 lot 14 Cline's addition...
Lot It Cline's addition
All except lot 1 and block 19
Cllne addition
e4 lot 20 Cline's addition ..
c 1 w 9A r1!n'a addition..

N2-3 of lot 21 Cline's addl!

tion
Lot 22 Cline's addition
Lot 27 Cline's addition
Lots 2 and 3 Tucker Hill ....
Lot 10 Tucker Hill
Lot 1 Dunn's X W addition ...
107 ft n and s by 70 it and w
In nw cor lot 13 Dunn's N W
addition v;,";v,
Kw lot 14 Dunn's N W add!

tlon .- I
Lot 2 4 1 9 block C Dunn's NJ
W addition !;!
Lot C block C Dunn's N W ad-!
dition i-,i--vJ
Lots 6 S 9 10 block D Dunn'sJ
N W add

addition
Lot 9 block E Dunn's X W ad-
AIMnn ...... ..

rt u hinok E Dunn's N Wf

add
All block II Dunn's Nr W addi addition
tion addition
t m t1w.V T Ttnrrn'm X W add

itm i? 14 block P Damn's X

W add
LoU 1 2 3 4 6 t 10 block K
Dunn's "S W add . .. . -.
Lots 11 IS block T Dunn's N
W add -.
NwVi lot 3 block 1' range 1
Gom add -v
Lot 19 block 1 rane 1 Cos
add....... ... --- : :
Lot 3 block 2 r autre 1 Goas add
NH of ni lot 1 block 2 range
9 aTLivsMi mAA .

tk 2 S block 3 ranee 2 Gossi

add
WH lot 1 block 2 ran
Goss add..
Lot 2 block 2 rang 4 Goss add
94 ft and w on w side lot 4
block 2 ran re 3 Cos add..-.
Lot 1 block 3 rans?e 4 Gom add
SIS ft n and s by 210 ft and
w in se cor lot 5 ub nw4
of nw4- l-.-l'ii
Lota S to 12 Ine except lot 11
tiH V-it 8 imii iivU of nwU

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NAME OP OWNER

iTaxea

and

Cost

Unknown......... ...

Unknown .. .. .. .,

L. B. McKenxle

Mrs. Cora McCValne

F. E. McClalne...

Unknown.... ..

J. W. Lucas
Fla Central Land
Irene B. Jeff coat

Co.,

L. Hurst

R. E. Tucker

Willie Lake

Ubella WUliajna

Annie Bell.

Ed Blackshear.

Lydia Beville

J. D. Duffy

PAID

Joseph Dawklna.

Unknown

A. E. Jones

Luctnda Jackson.

H. Mclntoah..

J. D.

N'elson

Unknown ....
Andrew Scott.
Emma Haines.

O. W. Easterlinr..

L. D. Davis
Unknown . .

X. Gallman .... .

J. c Vort

Mrs. 11. B. Fox

G. C Mullens.... ..

Albert Williams.

Ell Burney.... .. ..

J. Smith
Sallle William

Carmlchael and Son

S M. Mlddleton.. ..

I.ucy Hall
Ed Marhews
H. M. WiUlams ..

Eli Burney.

J. L Ponder ....
Gibbs Cnunpton..
Birch Oneal . .
Wm. WnHams. .
J. J. Waters....
J. O. Fulgon ...
Ed Mack
Henry Gllhun....
S. Simmons .... .

rUn known . .

. H. Hadley..

Unknown. .

a H. Hadley..

Unknown.

pa in

Unknown..

Dermis Roberts

EtMren Dixon..

T. J. Reddia
Andrew 43oott ...

Unknown

PAID

Unknown B.68
Unknown .... 3.99
C M. Livingston 2.3
Unknown...; 2.33
Unknown....
H. Mitchell t.tl
Unknown........ 1.38
Anna B fiaragv 1.38
Catherine fia.bi .... ... 13. SS
James Howard.. 1.01
Grace Coleman t.01
Carmlchael and Baa .... 3. ft
C. M. Uvlnsrston .t 3.91
Annie Janet 1.84
Annl Marshall.. .. .... 3.94
Hubert E1U 1.24
Unknown..... ... ... 3.90
Unknown 1.34
Unknown 3.90
Unknown.. ... 1.24
Unknown. .. .. 1.14
Unknown 1.24
John ICoGea.. 4.20
Unknown 1.63
Asnl Ifars&all.. ...... 1.14

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3.82
3.60
3.60
36.98
2.03
3.60
16.20
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10.50

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2.13

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