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OCALA, FLORIDA, WEDNESDAY, APRIL 5, 1921
VOLUME TWENTY-EIGHT. NO. 81
CITIZENS DISCUSS PAVING
WITH THE CITY COUNCIL
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CLARK WILL HAVE WISH GOVERNMENT HOY
9 Ti OPPONENTS FULLY PREPARED TO PAY
MERITS OF BRICK OR CHEAPER ;
TYPE OF ASPHALT OR CON-!
MANAGER IN FAVOR OF THE
FORMER AN ENGINEER WILL
BE EMPLOYED TO MAKE A
SURV EY OF THE LIGHT PLANT.
When the council meeting opened
Tuesday night there were only the
five members of the council present,
but before business had proceeded
very far visitors had straggled in un until
til until the council chamber was well filled
with interested spectators. All mem members
bers members of the council, the mayor, the
city manager and the city attorney
were present. President Martin call called
ed called the meeting to order promptly at
7:30 and after the reading and ap approval
proval approval of the minutes of the last
meeting the meeting was thrown open
for personal communication, but at
that early hour there were few visi visitors
tors visitors and no one addressed the council.
Under the head of written commu communications
nications communications Mr. Sistrunk read a letter
from L. N. Green, attorney for the
Seaboard Air J.'.:n:, calling attention
to the fact thai the city promised to
pay the railroad $700 towards the ex expense
pense expense of changing the union station
from the north to the south side of
the tracks. Mr. Green said that his
clients had been waiting all these
years before taking any action be because
cause because there was a similar case being
fought in the courts. This case was
recently decided in favor of the rail railroad
road railroad and now his clients wanted
Ocala to pay the $700 and interest.
This matter was referred to the city
Mr. H. M. Hampton, representing
the Commercial Bank, wrote a letter
requesting the lowering of the taxes
on the former J. F. Jenkins property,
because of too high a valuation, giv giving
ing giving as the reason for the delay in
this matter the fact that the property
had been in litigation and was only
recently the property of the bank.
This was referred to a committee con consisting
sisting consisting of Messrs. Henry and Pedrick.
A letter was read from the Eureka
Fire Hose Company requesting pay-
ment of a small bill outstanding since j
1919. Mr. Brunlby was instructed to J
investigate the claim and pay it if j
Burford, Hall & Smith requested
payment of $29.72 interest, omitted
from the last payment made them and
requested payment of $748.10 for
some spare parts for the turbine, fur furnished
nished furnished last fall. These bills were re referred
ferred referred to the city manager.
Bertram Ibbetson & Co. submitted
report of the audit of the city's books
and presented their bill for the final
$200 due them on the job. The report
was accepted and the bill ordered
Dr. H. F. Watt's report as city
health officer was read. The milk
from the Close dairy was the richest
and that from the creamery the clean cleanest
est cleanest as shown on this report. Dr. Henry
moved the acceptance of this report
and suggested that Dr. Watt be ie ie-quested
quested ie-quested to present his report in per person
son person whenever possible so that the
council might question him about any
points in the report that might come
Under the head of ordinances sev
eral street paving ordinances
read. The first of these provides for
the paving of certain streets, gives
the council power to go about all the
regular procedure of advertising for
bids, selecting the plan of paving and
the type of paving to be used and
takes care of all legal steps neces necessary
sary necessary before the actual work of paving.
This ordinance is for any and all
streets to be paved. It also gives the
council power to do its own paving
and to buy material, machinery and
tools for such work, if the council sees
fit to do so instead of letting contracts.
Two other paving ordinances for
specific streets were read. These ordi ordinances
nances ordinances give the council power to pave
these streets (Main street from the
express office to the union station
plaza and South Second street from
Osceola street to Main) with it own
men and not by letting contracts.
These ordinances brought on further
talk which will be mentioned later in
the proceedings. These ordinances
provide for liens to be issued by the
city against the property along the
streets to cover two-thirds of the ex expense.
pense. expense. These liens are to bear eight
per cent interest.
Mr. Pedrick introduced an ordi ordinance
nance ordinance prohibiting habitual loafing by
persons over 18 years of age and fix-
100 or ninety
Goldman introduced an ordi
nance requiring all cars for hire to
carry a sign designating those cars
as for white people or for colored
people. Failure to comply with this
ordinance draws a $25 fine the first
time and forfeiture of the driver's
license for the second offense.
While this business was being
transacted by the council a steady
stream of citizens had been pouring
in the door. Finally, President Mar Martin
tin Martin saw that something special must
be on the minds of the people and de decided
cided decided to see what it was. He asked
that the meeting be again thrown un under
der under the head of personal communica communications
tions communications and asked if there were any
present who wished to address the
council. Before the words were half
out of his mouth, Mr. John Taylor
took the floor and waded into the
question of street paving. Mr. Tay Taylor
lor Taylor had heard that the council was
planning to pave the city with brick
as far as the money would go and rot
pave the rest of the streets that were
originally in the schedule. Mr. Tay Taylor
lor Taylor called this plan of the council to
use brick an "experimentation." He
said that the city was about to use its
money in experimenting with brick
when it should use a cheaper type of
paving in order to cover a greater
portion of the streets with a perma permanent
nent permanent paving. He read figures that
contractors had submitted in bidding
on some paving work in cities south
of Ocala. The bids there ran about
$1 on2-inch sheet asphalt or asphal asphal-tic
tic asphal-tic concrete and $2 on brick. Mr. Tay Taylor
lor Taylor contended that Ocala could not
afford to pay for brick now because
the people voted for bonds to get cer certain
tain certain streets and that they must be
given as nearly what they voted for
as possible. Mr. Taylor said that Mr.
Brumby ought not to have to experi experiment
ment experiment on the cost of brick because he
came from a town paved entirely with
brick. Mr. Taylor urged the council
to consider the wishes of a majority
of the people in selecting the type of
paving used and put himself on re-
j cord as desiring concrete asphalt or
sheet asphalt on a lime base
the council would throw money away
if it fools with brick and said he will
vigorously oppose this experiment of
the city in laying brick.
Hardly had Mr. Taylor seated him himself
self himself when Mr. W. T. Gary arose and
also spoke in behalf of asphalt pav paving.
ing. paving. He said that it was so much
cheaper than the brick that we could
pave many more streets with it and
called attention to the many South
Floirda towns that are using it and
over whose streets many of those
present had driven and seen how good
they are. Mr. Gary closed by assert asserting
ing asserting that he was not a knocker and
that he would stand by the council no
matter what choice it made. He was
voicing his opinion now but if the
council saw fit to go against his
wishes he would back it up in all it
Mr. George MacKay next took the
floor in an appeal for paving done by
skilled contractors selected by compe competitive
titive competitive bids. He voiced his fear that the
I city would lose money if it attempted
to do its own paving. Mr. MacKay
contended that the city should get bids
on all types of paving and then select
; the one that seemed to eive us most
for our money.
Mr. F. W. Ditto's argument against
brick was its high cost. He said we
would only be able to pave a very
small area with brick with our limited
amount of money and then we would
continue to sink money on our lime
streets like pouring money into a rat
Mr. M. W. Lloyd argued against
brick because he said it was noisy and
rough. He cited as an example the
streets in his old home town in Vir
ginia. They put in some brick and
some asphalt there fourteen years
ago. The asphalt is still good while
the brick is rough and the people liv
ing on the brick streets complain
about the noise.
Mr. John Taylor asked President
Martin to call for a vote among those
I present as to the type of paving de-
sired. Mr. Martin refused on the
ground that it was a council meeting
and not a mass meeting of citizens.
Mayor Peek had been silent as long
at he could. He. was sititng by the
door and one would have thought he
was listening to the singing in the
tent meeting outside, but when he
took the floor for his argument he
(Concluded on Page Two)
ing the penalty of
Col. T. J. Appleyard of Tallahassee
Threw a Bomb Into the Capital
Orlando, April 5. (By Associated
Press). Three hundred delegates
from all sections of the state east and
south of the Suwanee river met here
today to permanently organize the
Capital Removal Association with the
object of moving the capital from
Tallahassee to the central part of the
Colonel T. J. Appleyard, the state
printer, appeared at the meeting and
threw a bomb shell by inviting the
organization in behalf of the Leon
county chamber of commerce to at attend
tend attend the cornerstone laying for the
new addition to the capitol there May
OPERATORS WILL TRY
TO GET TOGETHER
Meeting Called in Cleveland Prelimi Preliminary
nary Preliminary to the Gathering of Both
Sides in Washington April 10
Cleveland, April 5. (By the Asso Associated
ciated Associated Press). A meeting of the
Pittsburg Vein Operators Association
of the central competitive coal field
has been called for this afternoon or
tomorrow morning to consider the re request
quest request of Chairman Nolan, of the
House labor committee, for a meeting
of coal operators and miners in Wash Washington
ington Washington April 10th, as the first step in
an effort to settje the nation-wide
BOMBS EXPLODED IN FRONT
OF TWO MINERS HOMES
Beckley, W. Va., April 5. Bombs
exploded in front of two homes in the
mining village of Kilsythe last night.
Troops with bloodhounds were hur hurried
ried hurried to the scene and arrested two
men who deny knowledge of the affair.
The homes in front of which the ex explosions
plosions explosions occurred were those of two
miners who continued working.
TWO CHIi DREN THE TOLL
IN BELFAST TODAY
Belfast, April 5. Two children
wounded during week-end disorders
COMMISSION TO INVESTIGATE
CROP INSURANCE SYSTEM
Washincton. AdHI 5. The aDDoint-
ment of a joint commission to inves
tigate the expedience of creating a
irnvernnient cron insurance svsiem
wnc nrnnnspd toftav in a resolution bv
Representative Sinclair, republican,
m t r i i
oi JNortn uaicota.
YOUNG SMEDLEY MAKES GOOD
The many friends of Mr. J. M.
Smedley, a former student at the
Ocala high school, will be pleased to
learn that he has more than made
good in a business way since leaving
Ocala some fifteen months ago. On
leaving here he accepted a position
with the Johns Manville Company in
it? Atlanta branch. He was shortly
afterward put in charge of one of the
departments of the concern, being
later promoted to a still more respon responsible
sible responsible position. Having made good in
all these, his company has now made
him manager of the Birmingham
branch. Joe's many Ocala friends
congratulate him upon his rapid pro
Special on ALUMINUM. Large
pieces at $1.24 with a small piece
for lc, Thursday, Friday and Satur Saturday
day Saturday at Gerijr's Drug Store ONE CENT
GO-SAFE MAILING BOXES. No
string, no wrapping required. At The
Book Shop. 3-3t
WILL PREACH AT LEESBURG
Rev. J. Willet Boyer of Weirsdale,
will preach in the Methodist Episco Episcopal
pal Episcopal church. South, at Leesburg, on the
coming Sunday, April 9th, both morn morning
ing morning and evening.
Syrup Hypophosphites Compound,
j A good tonic, $1.25 the bottle, two for
$1.26, Thursday, Friday and Saturday
at Gerig's Drug Store ONE CENT
Judge Guy Gillen of Lake City Wants
To Represent the Second
District in Congress
Lake City, April 5. (By the Asso Associated
ciated Associated Press). Declaring he took the
announcement of .Col. Robert W. Da Davis,
vis, Davis, of Gainesvile, that he would seek
the nomination to Congress from the
Second congressional district, as
meaning that Frank Clark would not
seek renomination, Judge Guy Gillen,
county judge of Columbia county, in
a statement today announced his can candidacy
didacy candidacy for the nomination.
CLARK SAYS HE WILL RUN
Jacksonville, April 5. The Wash Washington
ington Washington correspondent of the Jackson Jacksonville
ville Jacksonville Metropolis telegraphed today
that Congressman Frank' Clark had
advised him there was no change in
his plans to run in the primary, that
he announced his candidacy for le le-nomination
nomination le-nomination several weeks ago.
ARM AND JEANNES WILL PAY
THE SUPREME PENALTY
Mons, Belgium, April 5. Armand
Jeannes was condemned to death in
court here last night for treason and
espionage against Belgium and the
Allies during the war. He had boast boasted
ed boasted he was instrumental in bringing
about the arrest and execution by
Germans of Edith Cavell, a British
war nurse, but this charge was not
mentioned in indictment against him.
A burst of applause broke out in the
court room when sentence was passed
and the great crowd outside jeered
the prisoner as he was .aken to the
ARBUCKLE ON THE STAND
IN SAN FRANCISCO TODAY
San Francisco, April 5. Roscoe
Arbuckle was to take the stand in his
own defense today, according to his
AMBASSADORS WOULD AID
FAMILY OF CHARLES
Paris, April 5. (By the Associated
Press). The council of ambassadors
today took up the question of provid providing
ing providing for the family of former Emperor
Charles, who died Saturday. The Al Allies
lies Allies are ready to contribute to the
support of the family.
OCCUR IN NORTHERN SERBIA
Belgrade, April 5. The intermit
tent earthquakes which began March
23rd, are continuing in Northern Ser
bia, but with decreased intensity,
bia, but with decerased intensity.
PARTY FOR MRS. PONDER
Last night the Arms House was the
scene of a very pleasant informal sur
prise supper party, given by Mr. L.
W. Ponder for Mrs. Ponder, in honor
of their twelfth wadding anniversary,
The dining room was very tastily dec
orated with asparagus ferns and nas
turtiums. Mrs. Army had charge of
serving the supper which was delayed
until after the dining room was emp
tied of the regular evening boarders.
Those present at this delightful oc occasion
casion occasion were Mrs. Ponder's mother,
Mrs. O. N. Geise of Palatka, Mrs. C.
C. Arms, Dr. and Mrs. J. G. Parrish,
Mr. and Mrs. Percy Perkins, Mr. and
Mrs. Emmett Evans, Mr. and Mrs. J.
H. Good, Miss Rena Smith, Mr. E.
Bledsoe and Mr. and Mrs. L. W. Pon
Beautiful Florentine Opaque Ware,
$2 each, two pieces for $2.01 at Gerig's
Drug Store ONE CENT SALE.
Try our fish at Crescent Grocery
Store. Phone 562. 4-3-tf
Entire lot CUT GLASS $2.39 each,
two pieces for $2.40 at Gerig's Drug
Store ONE CENT SALE, Thursday,
Friday and Saturday. ,t
Mr. and Mrs. G. L. Derrick of Tal Tallahassee
lahassee Tallahassee have arrived in Ocala and
j taken apartments with Mrs. B. T.
! Perdue. Mr. Derrick has taken Mr.
, Walker's place with the state road de de-I
I de-I partment. Ocala welcomes this cou-
pie. Mr. M. F. Derrick of Canada, is
tin Ocala visiting his son and daughter-in-law.
ACKNOWLEDGING THE UNITED
STATES' RIGHTS FOR REIM REIMBURSEMENT
BURSEMENT REIMBURSEMENT FOR COST OF THE
ARMY OF OCCUPATION, ENG ENGLAND
LAND ENGLAND WILL LN TURN CALL ON
THE ALLIES TO PAY INTEREST
ON THEIR WAR DEBTS.
London, April 5. (By Associated
Press). The British government has
addressed a note to the Allies declar declaring
ing declaring that owing to the fact that Great
Britain has to pay interests on her
debts to the United States, she re reserves
serves reserves to' herself the right to call upon
the Allies in turn to pay interest on
their war debts to Great Britain. In
this connection it was pointed out that
Great Britain is now fully prepared
to pay interest due the United States.
RECOGNIZE OUR RIGHTS
London, April 5. (By Associated
Press). Acceptance by the British
government of the equity of American
views pertaining to maintenance costs
of the American army of occupation
has been informally conveyed to the
TREASURY NOT YET NOTIFIED
Washington, April 5. By Associat Associated
ed Associated Press). Beyond press reports of
Great Britain's preparation to begin
payment of interest upon her five
billion dollar war debt to this country,
the treasury is as yet without infor information
mation information on the subject.
FRENCH WILL HANDLE IT WITH
Paris, April 5. (By the Associated
Press). The French reply to the
British note concerning the payment!
of interest on war loans by England:
is likely to be that the question is
bound up with that of interallied;
debts, which must be dealt with as a
whole, says the Echo de Paris.
ARE ON THE MEND
Washington, April 5. Employment
conditions throughout the country con continue
tinue continue to improve, according to reports
received during the last ten days by
the president's conference on unem unemployment,
ployment, unemployment, Arthur Woods, chairman of
the emergency commission announced
FORD HAS LEFT FOR HOME
Fort Myers, April 5. Henry Ford
left Fort Myers today for home after
a ten days vacation. Thomas Edison,
who came here at the same time, will
remain another week.
WOMAN'S CLUB PICNIC
The Woman's Club will hold their
annual spring picnic tomorrow after afternoon
noon afternoon in Tuscawilla Park at 5 o'clock.
The affair is always enjoyed and the
club members are looking forward to
the occasion with pleasant anticipa anticipation.
tion. anticipation. Exquisite Toilet Water $1, two for
$1.01, Thursday, Friday and Saturday
at Gerig's Drug Store ONE CENT
NOTICE, KING'S DAUGHTERS
The regular monthly meeting of the
King's Daughters which was to have
been held tomorrow afternoon at the
home of Mrs. Weller Carmichael, has
been postponed until next week.
Rexall Sarsaparilla. A fine spring
tonic, $1.25, two for $1.2G, Thursday,
Friday and Saturday at Gerig's Drug
Store ONE CENT SALE.
One lot Crossett Men's Brogue Ox Oxfords
fords Oxfords $5.00. Guarantee Clothing &
Shoe Co., Y. M. B. O. D. 1-tf
Miss Louise Spencer entertained
the Tuesday evening auction club last
night at her home at the regular
weekly meeting. A pleasant time was
spent at auction, after which the hos hostess
tess hostess served refreshments. Mrs. Weller
Carmichael was given a pretty apron
as a remembrance of the evening.
Those playing besides the regular
members were Mrs. Weller Carmi Carmichael,
chael, Carmichael, Mrs. P. V. Leavengood, Miss
Ethel Home and Miss Loureen Spen Spencer..
cer.. Spencer.. Hard Rubber Combs 75c each, two
for 76c, Thursday, Friday and Satur Saturday
day Saturday at Gerig's Drug Store ONE
WILSON DAM WILL
Senate Agriculture Committee Voted
la Favor of Resumption of Work
Under Army Engineers
Washington, April 5. (By Asso Associated
ciated Associated Press). liesumpuon oi work
on tne gigantic Wilson dam at Muscle
bnoais under charge of army engi engineers
neers engineers was recommended today by the
senate agriculture committee, when
it votea unanimously to report an
amendment to the army supply bill
when presented to the Senate provid providing
ing providing seven and one half million dollars
to finance the work for one year be beginning
ginning beginning July 1st next.
THINKS SEVERAL OMEN
WILL SIT LN CONGRESS
Detroit, April 5. Several women
will sit in the next Congress is the
opinion of Mrs. Harriet Taylor Upton,
vice chairman of the republican na national
tional national committee. The record of Miss
Alice Robertson, of Oklahoma, Mrs.
Upton declared, would aid the candi candidacies
dacies candidacies of several women seeking seats
in the coming elections.
TRIED TO MURDER
THE TREMBLAY FAMILY
Concordia, Kans., April 5. Theo Theodore
dore Theodore Trembiay, 18-year-old farm boy,
was slain with an axe and his three
younger brothers and their father in injured
jured injured by an unidentified assailant at
their home near here last night. The
three younger brothers axe near death.
RETURNED TO WORK
Cleveland, O., April 5. Three hun hundred
dred hundred striking electricians and electri electrical
cal electrical fixture workers returned to work
today, the first break in the building
AMERICAN LEGION AUXILIARY
There will be a meeting of the
Auxiliary to the American Legion to tonight
night tonight at 8 o'clock at the armory. All
are urged to come and hear the report
of the West Palm Beach convention.
Hostesses for the evening are Mrs. R.
A. Burford, Miss Mary Burford, Mrs.,
R. C. Camp andMrs. Mary G.
Mrs. Claire Moremen, Sec'y.
Liggett's OPEKO COFFEE 50c a
pound, two for 51c, Thursday, Friday
and Saturday at Gerig's Drug Store
ONE CENT SALE.
The Rial to Cafe has been moved
two doors south of its former location
on South Magnolia street, where we
are elegantly fitted up for serving
meals or a la carte orders. "Quick
Service and Reasonable Prices," our
motto. Our specialties are Western
Meats and Seafoods. Open day and
night. Regular dinner served from
12 to 3. Up-to-date dining room in
rear. Fresh vegetables daily.
18-tf JOHN METRIE, Prop.
Laxative Aspirin Cold Tablets, 25c
each, two for 26c, Thursday, Friday
and Saturday at Gerig's Drug Store
ONE CENT SALE.
This is Religious Book Week. We
are prepared to supply your needs in
this line. The Book Shop. 3-3t
SOCIETY BRAND CLOTHES
Largest and best assortment ever
shown in Ocala. Guarantee Clothing
& Shoe Co. Y. M. B. O. D. 1-tf
Face Powders, Talcum Powders and
Face Creams at one penny for the ex extra
tra extra package Thursday, Friday and
Saturday at Gerig's Drug Store ONE
Newest novelties in ladies' street
and theatrical footwear in all sizes
and widths. Guarantee Clothing &
Shoe Company, Y. M. B. O. D. 1-tf
Orange and Gold Chocolates, $1.00
a pound, two for $1.01, Thursday, Fri Friday
day Friday and Saturday at Gerig's Drug
Store ONE CENT SALE.
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OTHER EDITORS' IDEAS
Let the coal miners and the coal
mine operators fight it out if it takes
all summer. Cold weather is a long
time off, and we should worry. Tam Tampa
pa Tampa Tribune.
The latest way to lose flesh is to re reduce
duce reduce to music, which is better than
rolling on the floor and making the
cat think y5u're an awful fool.
' For information of the Names club
we cal1 attention to the case of Angel
Daniels, who was fined $250 in Tampa
Wednesday for violation of the Vol Volstead
stead Volstead act. Tarpon Springs Leader.
Should the people of Florida elect
Mr. Bryan of Nebraska, to the Unit United
ed United States Senate, it doubtless would
induce other northern men who aspire
to political office to buy winter homes
in our fair state. Wauchula Advo Advocate.
cate. Advocate. A square man may have round
shoulders as the result of carrying
the burden of being square. St. Au Augustine
gustine Augustine Record.
Senator Bryan, of Florida, would
look much better on a Chautauqua
program than Mr. Brvan, of Nebras
ka, and doubtless would bring more
money. Wauchula Advocate.
A number of p.-cachers in Washing Washington
ton Washington have protested against spooning
in church. Since that is where it
ultimately leads the young people, it
would seem reasonable to allow it to
start there. Miami Herald.
The first news dispatch from Nas Nassau
sau Nassau sakl: "Fire under control. Large
liquor warehouses located in the other
end of city are safe." Which all goes
to show that whoever sent it out knew
what the public was worried about.
St. Augustine Record.
Another instance showing how dif difficult
ficult difficult it is to convict a man of wealth
and influence is given in the case of
Tex Rickard, sporting promoter in
New York, who has just been tried
and acquitted on a charge of assault
ing several little girls. It if hard to
judge the merits of the case at this
distance, but had Rickard been a poor
man, instead of a millionaire, he
i would have no doubt been breaking
! rocks by this time. Tampa Sunday
With this Dixie April sunshine jest a
warmin' up your soul,
you holler halleluiah jest let the old
No bitin' cold to freeze you, no win wintry
try wintry winds to blow,
The sun is shinin' bright here where
the springtime blossoms grow.
The sands are white an' laughin' as
they sparkle in the sun,
An' the little children happy as they
skip an' hop an run,
An' the old folks they enjoy it as it
warms their rheumatiz,
An' it makes you say- this Florida's
the best ole place there is.
So, blaze away, old sunshine, an' just
stay right on the job,
For treacherous early April of its ter terrors
rors terrors you sure rob.
An' well set out in the parks an bless
you every single day.
When March blows us into April an'
it makes us think it's May.
Phil Armstrong in Times-Union.
Miami hears considerable talk about
the need of improvement in the mor
als and ideals of young people, but
somehow the truth prevails that the
best way to build ideas is by exam example.
ple. example. Miami Metropolis.
The St. Petersburg Independent
raises the point that the imposition of
fines on confidence men found guilty
of plying their trade in Florida, is
simply a form of special taxation and
is by no means a deterrent. In cases
where several thousand dollars may
be the profit from just one deal, the
payment of a comparatively small
amount in the shape of a fine or the
forfeiting of a bond is a matter of no
importance whatever. The best way
to break up this confidence ring is to
put the guilty to work building the
state's highways. The fine system will
never accomplish anything; the hard
labor sentence will, because this class
of gentry has a holy horror of the
penitentiary. Lakeland Telegram.
The main argument of the Bryan
boosters seems to be that Mr. Bryan
would "put Florida on the map." Flor
ida is already on the map and the
Bryan boosters will have to think up
some better argument than that to in
duce Florida voters to turn down
Trammell, who has served the state
so well, for a man who has lived in
the state barely long enough to quali
fy as a voter, no matter who he may
be or how able. Florida got herself
into a heluva mess once and made her
self the laughing stock of the coun
try by embracing a bounder from
Alabama and electing him governor
just as soon as he got his suitcase tin-
packed, and while Mr. Bryan may not
be classed with Catts, to elect him
to the Senate just as soon as he sets
foot in the state, in place of a native
who has given many years of efficient
service, would reflect no more credit
upon the electorate than did the elec
tion of Catts to the governorship and
would be an exhibition of fickleness
and ingratitude seldom if ever equaled
in other states. Punta Gorda Herald.
WITH THE CITY COUNCIL
CITIZENS DISCUSS PAVING
OCALA TWENTY YEARS AGO
After yoiiiicr folk tr It inarm-!. rlvy
want tt careful to have their t:il t:il-llght
llght t:il-llght lit. .so's not to be over-run !y
(Evening Star April 5, 1902)
Mrs. E. J. Redding spent the past
week visiting Mrs. Charles Gibson
and Mrs. Hatton Howard of Graham Graham-ville.
ville. Graham-ville. Mrs. William Anderson entertained
the married ladies' whist club yester yesterday
day yesterday afternoon.
Miss Bessie Denham of Savannah
is visiting Miss Sue Barco.
The Plant System has been absorb absorbed
ed absorbed by the Atlantic Coast Line and now
this huge railroad combination can
run its own cars over its own tracks
from Long Island Sound to Charlotte
Mr. Jas. H. Pittman of Jacksonville,
a former Ocala boy, is building up a
big practice in that place, so big that
it takes two horses to keep up with
Mr. and Mrs. Edward Holder are
now making their home at the Ocala
House. Mr. Holder recently sold his
mines at Dunnellon to the Buttgen Buttgen-bach
bach Buttgen-bach syndicate.
Ocala Ten Years Ago
(Evening Star April 5, 1912)
The first woman to cross the canal
from England to France as a passen passenger
ger passenger in an airplane made the trip Tues Tuesday.
day. Tuesday. The Marion County Hospital has
exchanged a lot that it owned near
the residence of Judge Warner for one
further out near the suburban home
of R. L. Anderson. Work will begin
I at once on the building.
I Harry Palmer left yesterday to
take his new position in Jacksonville.
Mr. Louis H. Chazal left today for
: Columbia. S. C, where he will be on
; the staff of that long established and
j influential newspaper, the Columbia
(Continued from First Page)
showed that the singing had not caus
ed him to miss a word or an expres
sion that had passed since the meet
ing began. Dr. Peek objected to the
council making an decision as to the
type of paving because it would les lessen
sen lessen the number of competitive bids.
If the city spends part of its money
in building an experimental street it
will so lessen the amount of money to
be spent with contractors that it will
cease to be attractive and we will lose
the advantage of hotly contested bids.
Mayor Peek also urged that we start
as soon as possible to save the inter interest
est interest that we are paving daily on the
bond money. He could not help but
express his opposition to the two pav
ing ordinances that had been intro introduced
duced introduced for the paving of Main and
Second streets by city forces. He said
he was strongly opposed to these two
ordinances and would give his reasons
when they were placed on second reading.
Mr. Martin then asked Mr. Brumby
if he had anything to say on the pav
ing question. Mr. Brumby first refut
ed Mr. Taylor's statement about his
former home town having all brick
streets. He told of much concrete
street work that was being done there.
He advocated a unit paving for Ocala,
either brick or asphaltic block because
Ocala's underground work was in
such a condition that it would have to
be torn up many times. He expressed
himself as being first and foremost in
favor of giving the people what they
wanted and would not consider spend
ing the people's money for anything
that they did not want. He gave as
his reason for desiring an experiment
with brick that Ocala needs a pave
ment that can be most easily taken
up and replaced and that he was capa
ble of laying this pavement himself
and thought that by doing so with
city crews he could lay it much cheap
er than contractors would. He said
it would help the city to learn how
near the bids are in line if it was first
to build one short street and thereby
learn the cost. Mr. Brumby express expressed
ed expressed his gratification at this public ex
pression of the wishes of the people
and assured them that their wishes
should be considered in the matter.
His answer to a question of Mr. Tay Taylor's
lor's Taylor's as to the quality of asphaltic
block pavement was that he could not
be certain because it was not as wide widely
ly widely used or discussed in trade journals
as other types of pavement but that
he did know of several cities that were
well pleased with it. Mr. Brumby end ended
ed ended his talk by mentioning the fact
that a patched asphalt street is very
unsightly and that was his reason for
desiring some type of unit pavement
because he knew that the streets of
Ocala would have to be torn up many
Mr. Martin then thanked the crowd
present for its interest in civic af affairs
fairs affairs and promised that the council
would give its best consideration to
this matter, but remarked that he
would have to rely upon the advice of
experts when it came to paving be because
cause because he was not a street man and
closed his remarks by stating that he
considered the opinion of Mr. Brumby
excellent in such matters and that if
the city could not afford to listen fav favorably
orably favorably to his advise it could not afford
to pay him to manage its affairs. He
said that it was useless to pay a high
priced man to run our minor civic af
fairs and that we must use Mr. Brum Brumby
by Brumby in the larger deals if we were to
realize; anything upon our investment
in a manager.
Most of the visitors then filed out
and the regular order of business was
resumed. Andrew Goldwire asked if
the new state automobile license law
relieved cars for hire from paying the
city tax of $15 and was informed
that it did not.
All bills were ordered paid when
approved by the city manager.
Mr. Brumby then made his report.
He first spoke on the matter of new
water mains. The plan is at present
to run a 12" main from the plant
down Osceola street to Washington
street, west on Washington street to
Main. At Main street the 12" main
will stop and an 8" line will extend
north down Main to May street and
south to the courthouse square. This
plan will carry the much needed
larger water supply to the square and
to the Ocala Iron Works and Taylor's
mill without tearing up but one block
of brick pavement in laying it. This
plan was proposed instead of running
the new main down Main or Magnolia
Mr. Brumby is not yet ready to rec recommend
ommend recommend the purehase of a new boiler
for the plant although he has several
sets of specifications on hand for con consideration.
sideration. consideration. Dr. Henry suggested that the city
manager employ a disinterested elec electrical
trical electrical engineer who would have no
idea of selling the city any units, to
make a complete survey of the light
and water plant and make recommen recommendations
dations recommendations for such equipment as we will
need to take care of the next five
or ten years' growth. Mr. Brumby
was instructed to take this matter up
and look for a man to make the sur
Mr. Martin suggested that the city
sell such of its property as it did not
actually need. Mr. Brumby asked that
first he be given a map -of all the
city's holdings so that he could see
what would be needed and what could
be well disposed of and that the rest
be then put into the hands of local
real estate dealers for sale.
Several ordinances were then read
for the second and third time. Most
of these were merely revisions of for
mer ordinances and related to the,
duties of the health and police depart- j
ments. The "buck" has been passed
to the police. They are now in charge
of enforcing the mosquito ordinance
and the trash and garbage ordinance.
The trash and garbage ordinance was
also amended to have certain days '(
for trash to be collected in each ward
and it is now an offense to place trash
or garbage out for the cars on days
other than those on which they are
to call in your neighborhood. This
ordinance will be published in full so
that all may read and profit thereby.
A new parking ordinance was read,
making it an offense to park other
than within the white lines on the
brick streets and to park over thirty
minutes on a brick street between the
hours of midnight and 7 a. m.
The city manager is made plumbing
inspetcor and all plumbers must have
a permit before beginning any work
and such work will be inspected by
the manager before it is completed.
The city is to close all holes made in
the pavement hereafter.
The garbage ordinance was further
extended to include trash, ashes, rub rubbish,
bish, rubbish, oily rags and waste and such
other trash as is a fire menace.
' The Fashion Center
Just Arrived a Beautiful Assort Assortment
ment Assortment of
Visit the Teapot Self Serve Grocery.
Is a beauty you will like it. tf
BARGAINS IN NEW AND
USED BUILDING MATERIAL
Salvaged Lumber, clean and
new appearing, mostly No. 1,
Y. P $8 to $18 per M.
Hot Air Heaters guaranteed to
heat 8-room house. .. .$50.00
Six-Light White Pine Window
Sash in perfect condition,
price 75c. each
Screen Doors, in perfect condi condition
tion condition 75c.
100,000 Gal. Wood Tank and
Tower less than price.
NEW PLUMBING GOODS
Water Closets complete with
enameled tank, china bowls,
guaranteed seat $24.00
Write for complete price lists.
The Camp Johnston Salvage Co.
Box 48, Jacksonville, Fla.
for street wear. No two Hats
alike. Real $11.50 and $12.50
values. Just for a few days they
are specially priced at
AN EASTER TREAT
Drop in with a friend and enjoy c
plate or two of our delicious
. ICE CREAM. Whether its warm or
cool you are sure to like our cream;
It has that "different" flavor, you
know. Positively the best cream in
town. On sale at Troxler's, Union
Station Cafe, W. R. Bryant, Bagley's
Restaurant and Gore Grocery.
MARION COUNTY CREAMERY CO.
4 SERVICE TRY
THE new Maxwell organization
has but one aim and purpose
That is, to make the New Series of
the good Maxwell known as sound
value, by uniting low operating costs
with unusual beauty and comfort
Touring Car $885
Roadater - 885
&Jn - $1485
Coup - 1385
tax to h miiU
Carroll Motors Company
OCALA EVENING STAB, WEDNESDAY, APRIL 5, 1921
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No Longer Necessary to
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Ont oi Town
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Oklawaha Ave. Phone 8
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You strive for purity in eatables
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How about ice? Did it ever occur to
you there is a difference in ice? Buy
ours and you will learn what pure ice
really is. Can be used with aboslute
safety for every purpose. Let us fill
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We specialize on Ford and
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CHAPTER L Harriet Field, twenty twenty-elffht
elffht twenty-elffht years old and beautiful. 1 the so social
cial social Mcretary of the flirtatious Mrs. Isa Isabella
bella Isabella Carter, at "Crownlands." Richard
Carter's home, and governess of 17-year-old
Nina Carter. Ward, twenty-four years
old and Impressionable, fancies himself in
love with his mother's attractive secre secretary.
tary. secretary. Mrs. Carter's latest "affair" is
with younc Anthony Pope, and the youth
Is taking- it very seriously.
CHAPTER IL Presiding- over the tea teacups
cups teacups this summer afternoon. Harriet is
profoundly disturbed by the arrival of a
visitor. Royal Blondln. Next day. at a
tea party In the city, Blondln makes him himself
self himself agreeable to Nina, and leaves a deep
Impression on the unsophisticated glrL
CHAPTER m. Harriet agitation
over the appearance of Blondln at
"Crownlands7 Is explained by the fact
that he had been a disturbing element In
her life ten years before, and she fears
him. The man Is an avowed adventurer,
living- on the gullibility of the Idle rich.
He frankly announces to Harriet his In Intention
tention Intention of marrying Nina, who, as the
daughter of the wealthy Richard Carter,
Is a highly desirable "catch," and urges
her to aid him. She Is In a sense In his
power, and after pleading with him to
abandon his scheme agrees to follow a
policy of neutrality.
CHAPTER IV. Harriet visits her mar married
ried married sister, Linda Davenport, with whom
she had had her home during her unfor unfortunate
tunate unfortunate acquaintance with Blondln. and
tells her of his reappearance. The two
women, realizing; the unscrupulous nature
of the man, view the future with appre apprehension.
hension. apprehension. CHAPTER V. Knowing the tender
feeling she has inspired In Ward Carter,
Harriet is tempted to marry him for the
position and wealth be can give her,
though realizing she does not love him.
Blondln has Ingratiated himself with
Madame Carter, Richard's mother, and
she is whole-heartedly in favor of his
marriage with Nina. Ward urges Har Harriet
riet Harriet to marry him at once. She procras procrastinates.
tinates. procrastinates. CHAPTER VI. Angered at his wife's
too "open flirtation with young Anthony
Pope, Richard Carter markedly shows his
resentment. Isabelle, ardently returning
her youthful lover's attachment, elopes
with him on his yacht, and pursuit Is
useless. The news of the sensational af
fair, exaggerated, of course, by gossip.
is kept as much as possible from being
"My gooefhess, Bow you frightenea
me. Miss Field! It's Just noon."
"Do you happen to know If Mr. Car Carter
ter Carter is still downstairsr
"Yes'm, he is; he's expecting Mr.
Fox to come."
Harriet smoothed her tumbled hair
and went slowly downstairs.
"But I love him!" she said, sud suddenly
denly suddenly standing still on the landing.
hour, but before it was up thp njothr
tme back, and they kept thnr visii
together. Frei answered the stranse.
untimely rinxinjr of the doornail,
brought in packages, conferred in the
halls with the doctors. Midnight
came, two o'clock, four o'clock.
Suddenly there was panic. Har Harriet,
riet, Harriet, by chance in the hall, aw Linda
and Fred and the doctors together,
heard Linda's qnick. anguished "Yes!"
and Fred's "Anything!" Her heart
pounded; tke nure ran upstairs. Har Harriet
riet Harriet fell upon her knees with a sob sobbing
bing sobbing whisper, "No no no!" and L'n L'n-da
da L'n-da clung to her husband with a cry
torn from the deep; of her heart, "Oh.
Pip my own boy !"
Dawn came slowly and reluctantly
at seven; the village lay bleak and
closed under a sky of unbroken gray.
Here and there smoke streamed up upward
ward upward from a chimney, or a window window-pane
pane window-pane showed an oblong of pale Mjrht.
Harriet put out the lisrht that wn
becoming unnecessary. But her heart
was singing for joy, and tho h'.u-
was brimful of an innor light and
cheer that no winter bleakness could
touch. The girl had been crying until
she was almost blind, but it was a cry crying
ing crying mixed with laughter and prayers
of utter thankfulness.
She met Linda at the door, a weary
Linda, ghastly a to face, grayer as
to straggling hair, but with such radi radiance
ance radiance in her eyes that Harriet, clasped
in her arms, began to cry again.
"Oh. Harriet if I can ever thank
God enough !" Pip's mother said, be beginning
ginning beginning on her breakfast with one long
sigh. "Oh, my !e;;:- lh's sh-cpin'r
like a baby. God bless him. and dear
old Fred is sleeping, too. Oh, Harriet
to go about the house as I just have,
covering Nnmmy and the irirls, am'
feeling that we' all going to he
happy together again, in a few days
my dear. I don't know what I've don. don.-to
to don.-to be so blessed My boy. who has
never given anyone a moment's cure
or trouble since he was born my dar darling,
ling, darling, who looked up at me yesienhn
with his beautiful eyes
The floodgates were loosed, smd
Linda laughed and cried, while she
enjoyed her breakfast with the appe appetite
tite appetite of a normal woman released f;oi.".
cruel strain, whose whole brood lies
safely sleeping under her roof. Nam
my's light illness. Pip's wet feet, Lin
da's unwillingness to believe that it
was anything but a cold, every hour
of the four awful days of danger, she
reviewed them all. And oh. the good goodness
ness goodness of people, the solicitude of nurse
and doctor, the generosity of God!
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m WINDLE W. SMITH. PWV.
Plnmblng & Electric Contractor
Personal Attention Given All Work
Phone 252. Cor. Oklawaha and Orange
A. E. GERIG
Careful estimates made on all con contract
tract contract work. Gives more and better
work for the money than any other
contractor in the city.
It was the afternoon of the next day j
when Harriet could first speak of her
own affairs. Linda listened, over her
mending, nodded, nursed her lips, or
raised her eyebrows.
If Linda might ever have been
worldly minded, she had had' her lea- j
son now, and the viewpoint she gave j
Harriet was the lofty one of a worn- i
an who has faced a supreme sacrifice j
without shrinking and
"You did right, dear," she assured
tl.lH t0tA, rVrt, 1.1.1 DtOf t i
under tne circumstances. natever
has not been vitiated by luxury and j &
Idleness. As for Mr. Carter's talk of j -tl
.. . ........... I 'T
with un waver-
"l Love Him With All My Soul!''
to look out at the softly falling snow
with brimming eyes. "I love him with
all my soul!"
A moment later she knocked at the
library door, opened It In answer to
his call and went in, closing it be behind
hind behind her.
There was trouble at Linda's housr ;
trouble so terrible that Harriet's unex unexpected
pected unexpected arrival caused no comment,
caused no more than a weary flicker
of Linda's heavy eyes. Pip. the adored
first-born son, lay dangerously ill. aad
the whole household moved on tipTt
heartsick with dread. It was diph diphtheria,
theria, diphtheria, very bad. Fred stated lifeles-y.
Linda hardly left the room; they were
afraid for her, too. "if anything hap happened."
pened." happened." "If. anything happens! !"
Harriet thought she had heard the
phrase a hundred times before the
dreadful night came.
She had taken Linda's plaet fer aa
marriage, that, of course, is simply an
"No, I don't think it was that," Har-; ; ft
riet said, feeling herself revolt Inward- j J
ly at this plain speaking. Z-K
"I don't see what else It could be," j ;
Linda pursued, serenely. "A married j jTll
man you would be no better than his
well, it's not a nice word but his z
"Not at all." Harriet said, trying
hard to hide the irritation that rose
rebellious within ber. "he Is legally
free, or will be so i, and so am I !"
"I am speaking of God's law, not
man's." Linda said eently but awfully,
j and Harriet was silent. "Fred says
! tnat sucn men reptru uip iiihiimt ;
far too lightly," Linda finished. Fred's ;j
name, thus introduced, always had the j -p
effect of angering Harriet. She had : 4
shared the family exaltation over Pip's ;
recovery, and had thought more than
once in that fearful night of his illness
that even poverty, cray hairs and the j
agony of parenthood, shared with the j
man she loved, would have been ec- j
stasy t her. T'.ut in the slow o:lys
and weeks tha fohowed. her spirit
became exhausted ith the struirg'C
that never ended within her. Her
bridges were burned behind her ; it
was all over. Whatever her morions
had been in leaving Crownlands. the
Carters' feelings had been quite obvi obvious
ous obvious and simple. Old Madame Carter
had wished her well : Ward had writ written
ten written from college that he thought it
was "rotten," and that she had been
a corker to get Dad to raise his al allowance
lowance allowance for him : Nina had felt her
own wings the stronger for the
change; and Richard had interrupted
his little speech of regret to answer
the telephone, and had given her a
check that placed. It seemed to Har Harriet,
riet, Harriet, the obligation permanently with
her. The utter desolation of spirit
with which she had left them wa evi evidently
dently evidently unshared; tie. only word she
had bad from that old life had been
from Mary Putnam, and even this cor cordial
dial cordial note jarred Harriet with its frank
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Kingan's Peerless Creamery
Butter, pound 45c
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Bacon, pound 22c
Full Cream Cheese, pound 30c
Seal Brand Coffee. 41c
Chase & Sanborn's No. 46 Cof Coffee,
fee, Coffee, pound 29c
Chase & SanbDrn's High Grade
The last two Coffees are pack packed
ed packed in parchment bags and
you do not have to buy
costly tin cans.
Argo Salmon 31c
Royal Scarlet Sardines.- ... 17c
Small Blue Karo Syrup lie
Large Blue Karo Syrup 25c
Small Red Karo Syrup 12c
Large Red Karo Syrup 35c
Log Cabin Syrup, 30c, 60c andl $1.20
Wesson's Oil, pint 28c
When you want reliable insurance,
fire or life, let me show you the propo propositions
sitions propositions offered by some of the strong strongest
est strongest companies in the land.
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Baby Cream, tin Bess 05c
Tall Cream, tin Bess 10c
Rumford Baking Powder 16c
Rumford Baking Powder 28c
Calumet Baking Powder 25c
Kellogg's Corn Flakes 09c
Shredded Wheat Biscuit, pkg 15c
Cream of Wheat 25c
Quaker Rolled Oats 12c
Lighthouse Washing Powder
Octagon Soap, large 06c
J. E. M. Flour, the highest
grade flour we have ever
sold, 12-pound bag 75c
J. E. M. Flour, 24-pound bag.. 10
Small Bread, loaf 08c
Large Bread, loaf 12c
Uneeda Biscuit 06c
Uneeda Lunch Biscuit 06 c
All 8c Cakes and Crackers.. 06c
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Ocala road, two government checks
payable to G. II. Whittington, legal
guardian for Ma: y Eaion (both en endorsed);
dorsed); endorsed); Ocala National-Bank de deposit
posit deposit book; and two discharges to
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j nit; rj stiii rwiver jiil, aim lruurms uie
Star that he will not close the house
' this summer as has been the custom
j in past years, as the year-round busi busi-i
i busi-i ness in that thriving town warrants it
j having a first-class hotel open all the
! time. Mr. Martin has recently dis-
items for the Star, call five-one.
Dr. and Mrs. Harry Walters return
ed last night from a short trip to
Ladies' and men's bathing suits In
11 i posed of his real estate holdings in
novelty weaves, all wool. Guarantee j . .. 6
. . flhir and will fl(vnrp all m tim tn
Clothing & Shoe Co., Y. M. B. O. D. tf
Fountain Syringe and Hot Water
Bags 2.50 each, two for $2.51, Thurs Thursday,
day, Thursday, Friday and Saturday at Gerig's
Drug Store ONE CENT SALE.
Ohio and will devote all his time to
t making the Inn one of Florida's first'
class, year-round hotels.
Rev. Brennan and Mr. Cecil Clark
returned yesterday afternoon from a
short motor trip to Dayton Beach.
THE HOME STORE Invites you to
call to see what we can offer you.
J. E. Frampton, 1109 E. 5th St.,
Ocala, Fla. 4-3-6t
FOR SALE OR TRADE 20 acres;
well improved; good buildings, good
woven wire fence; good well; young
, peach orchard; soma crops; on mail
rotue; four corners; 21 miles west
of Summerfield. Cheap for cash.
Address J. D. LeMay, Box 17, Route
A, or see J. D. LeMay, care Alex
Pender, north end Main street,
Ocala, after six o'clock in the eve evening.
ning. evening. 4-3-Gt
FOR SALE Baby go-cart in best of
condition. Phone 290. 3-3t
FOR RENT An unusually attractive
furnished apartment. Apply to Mrs.
P. G. Murphy, 733 East Adams St.,
or P. O. Box 21'). 4-3-Gt
E A. STROUT
Thorn & Thomas, Representatives
Farms, Orange Groves, City Property
and Unimproved Land for Sale
OFFICE: MAGNOLIA HOUSE
PHONE 282 OCALA, FLA.
CRYSTAL RIVER INN OPEN
THE YEAR 'ROUND. AMERI AMERICAN
CAN AMERICAN PLAN. COMMERCIAL
RATES. F. T. MARTIN, PROP.,
CRYSTAL RIVER, FLA. 4-4-lm
FOR RENT Complete upper floor or
one or two rooms if desired, ar arranged
ranged arranged for light housekeeping; has
bath with hot and cold water; near
town. Apply to 403 Fort King ave avenue.
nue. avenue. 30-tf
FOR SALE One Ford touring body,
one Ford roacst.:r body. Can be
seen at Adams & Morrison garage,
Oklawaha Ave. 31-12t
FOR SALE A few choice lots on Ft.
King Ave. at very low prices and
on easy terms. Address P. O. Box
552, Ocala. 31-6t
TYPING AND SHORTHAND A
class will be conducted by Miss
Hettie Johnson in typing and short shorthand.
hand. shorthand. For information apply at 517
Oklawaha Ave., phone 470. 31-Gt
BOX LABELS We are equipped for
furnishing the fruit and vegetable
growers with box labels in one or
more colors of ink at reasonable
prices on short notice. Star Pub Publishing
lishing Publishing Co., Ocala, Fla. 22-tf
FOR SALE finest strain, govern government
ment government inspetced Porto Rican potato
plants, $1.75 per 1000; over 5000,
$1.50 per 1000. Livingston Globe
tomato plants, $1.25 per 1000, f. o.
b. Ocala. C. II. Cooner, 76 Wyo Wyo-mina
mina Wyo-mina St., Ocala. Phone 38;). 20-tf
BOX LABELS We are equipped for
furnishing the fruit and vegetable
growers with box labels in one or
more colors of ink at reasonable
prices on short notice. Star Pub Publishing
lishing Publishing Co., Ocala, Fla. 22-tf
Arrival and departure of r irne irne-trains
trains irne-trains at OCALA UNION STATION
Some new and attractive CHINA at
The Book Shop. 3-3t
The ladies of the Catholic church
will hold a cake, candy and fancy
work sale in front of Helvenston's
store, beginning at 10 o'clock, Satur Saturday
day Saturday morning. 4-5-3t
Geo. MacKay I Co.
HIGH GRADE PAINT
Miss Justine Robertson of Lakeland,
who is to b one of the attendants at
the Fraser-Sipple wedding, is the
guest of Mrs. J. H. Therrell.
WILLIAMS' NEWS STAND
Now in the Harrington Hall
block, next to Ocala Gas
All daily Newspapers, Maga Magazines,
zines, Magazines, Periodicals
Tobacco, Cigars, Cigarettes
Complete line HOME-MADE
CANDIES, Etc. Cool
Eat Your 'Easter Dinner Here
If you enjoy fine food deliciously
cooked and promptly served at a mod moderate
erate moderate price. We have prepared a spe special
cial special menu for Easter serving and we
invite all lovers of good living to
come and partake of the good things
on it. Tables can be reserved for two
100 7r Sanitary. Ask the Hotel
The following schedule
hshed as information a
(Eastern Standard Time)
SEABOARD An LINE RAILROAD
2:20 am Jacksonville-N'York 2:10 ;.rr.
1:55 pm Jacksonville 1:50 pm
4:17 pm Jacksonville 3:50 pir
2:15 am Manatee-St Peirsbrg 4:C5 tt,
2:55 am N'York-St Petrsbrg 1 :35 am
2:15 am Tampa 2:15 :.rs
1:50 pm Tampa-Usnfitee 1:35 prr,
4:05 pm Tampa-St Pc-trst rc 4:05 pre
ATL ANTIC COAST LINE R. R.
2:27 am Jacksonvitie-N'Yo rk 2:"3:.rr
1:45 pm Jksonville-Gainsvi'tle 3:24 rm
6:42 am Jksonville Gansville 10:13 prr
2:33 am St Petsbrg -Lake land 2:27 an,
3:24 pm St Petsbrg -Lakeland 1 :?5 pxl
7:10 am Dunnellor -Wilcox
7:25 am Dunellon Lkeland 11 : pre.
3:30 pm Homosassa l:oHrs
10:15 pm Leesbtirg 0:42 am
4:45 pm Gainesville 11:50 arr
Monday, Wednesday, Friday.
Tuesday, Thursday. Saturday
An Ocala Citizen Tells of His Experi Experience
ence Experience You have a right to doubt state statement
ment statement of people living for away but
tan vou doubt Ocala endorsement?
Wilham Enzian, retired farmer, 314
N. Magnolia St., Ocala, says: "I suf suffered
fered suffered from lame back and kidney com complaint,
plaint, complaint, a few years ago when I was
aving irj Virginia. When I stooped to
.ift anything a kink took me in the
small of my back and I could hardly
raise up. There was a dull ache across
ny kidneys all the time. I got up as
often as four times at night to pasf
:he kidney secretions. They were
scanty and highly colored. I read about
Doan's Kidney Pills in the paper and
lwo boxes cured me. The pains left my
l ack and my kidneys acted like clock clockwork."
work." clockwork." Price 60c, at all dealers. Don't
simply ask for a kidney remedy get
Doan's Kidney Pills the same that
Mr. Enzian had. Foster-Milburn Co..
Mfg?., Buffalo, N. Y. Adv. No. 1
Hair Brushes $1.50 each, two for
$1.51, Thursday, Friday and Saturday
at Gerig's Drug Store ONE CENT
Fresh, crisp, delicious and whole wholesome
some wholesome rolls are always to be had at
Carter's Bakery. Also at your froc froc-ery
ery froc-ery store. 25-tf
For high blood pressure, heart,
liver and stomach troubles see Dr.
Kiplinsrer, Ocala House. 29-6t
Misses Salie and Nell Crane of
Summitt, N. J., who are spending the
winter at Maitland, are guests of
Mrs. D. T. Kershner, on Twelfth
Don t ask your dealer for just
bread. Ask for FEDERAL bread
and youll get the best made. 21-tf
There's no extra charge for clean cleaning
ing cleaning your fish at the City Fish Market.
Phone 158. tf
Miss Nadeline of Pittsburg, Penn.,
is the guest of Mrs. Tom Lutz. After
a visit here Miss Nadeline will go to
Gainesville where she has accepted a
position as teacher in the university.
The best of materials and the most
sanitary conditions prevail where our
bread and rolls are made. Come and
see. FEDERAL BAKERS. 21-tf
Apalachicola select oysters every
day, 60 cents a quart, $2.00 a gallon.
City Fish Market. Phone 158. tf
The Woman's Auxiliary of Grace
Episcopal church held its monthly
meeting with Mrs. George Pasteur
yesterday afternoon. At this meeting
Mrs. Jennie Cassil was appointed li
brarian for the church periodical club
Everybody, whether a member of the
church or not, is kindly requested to
send all magazines, postcards and
other interesting matter for- which
they have no further use to Mrs. Cas
sil at her home, 820 East Third street
or phone 277 and she will see that
such contributions are collected.
EASTER CARDS in profusion at
the Gift Shop. 3-3t
A set of slides depicting Japanese
life, entitled "Under the Wisteria,
will be shown at the primary schoo
building tomorrow, Thursday, evening
at 7:15 o'clock. The children of the
town and any adults that care to come
are cordially invited to be present.
Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Sipple arrived
this afternoon from Safety Harbor.
They were accompanied by their son.
Mr. Sidney Sipple of Massachusetts
who has been visiting them for the
past week. They are here to attend
the wedding of their daughter and
sister, Miss Edna Sipple to Mr. Car
roll Fraser. Mr. and Mrs. Sipple wil
be guests of Mr. and Mrs. Roger
Mr. and Mrs. R. T. Cardwell, who
some months ago went to Lakeland
have returned to Ocala and will make
their home here. They have opened a
hemstitching establishment on North
Magnolia street next door to the
Ocala Marble Works, and besides do doing
ing doing work in this line will also install
hemstitching machines for those de desiring
siring desiring them.
Mr. E. K. Sparks formerly with
George MacKay & Company, in the
hardware department, is now located
in Hastings. Mrs. Sparks and little
son are enjoying a visit with relatives
Always eat the best bread; the way
to get it is to ALWAYS ask for Car Carter's
ter's Carter's Butternut Bread. 25-tf
W. K. Lane, M. D-, physician and
surgeon, specialist eye, ear, nose and
throat. Office over 5 and 10 cent store,
Ocala. Fla. tf
Miss Julia Meadows of Fidalia, Ga.,
will be at the Style Hat Shop for the
remainder of the season. Miss Mead Meadows
ows Meadows comes highly recommended and
is experienced in all lines of millinery
All wool heavy weight white flannel
trousers, $7.50 and $8. Guarantee
Clothing & Shoe C. Y. M. B. O. D. tf
The Book Shop is displaying some
new ICED TEA SETS. 3-3t
Mr. and Mrs. John L. Briry of Bos Boston,
ton, Boston, Mass., after a few day3 spent in
Ocala, left this morning for their
home, via the Oklawaha river While
in Ocala they were at the home of
Mrs. T. M. Moore.
If you'll try FEDERAL BAKERY
products once, we know that you'll be
a regular customer. Federal Bakery,
Ocala House block. 21-tf
The women of the Missionary So Society
ciety Society of the Methodist church will be
hostesses at a reception Friday eve evening
ning evening in the basement of the church, to
members of the church and their
friends. A free will offering will be
taken to buy dishes for the kitchen
Miss Ruth Ervin of St. Petersburg,
arrived in Ocala today and will be one
of the attendants at the Fraser-Sipple
wedding which will take place to tomorrow
morrow tomorrow afternoon at the Methodist
will stay with her grandmother, Mrs.
church. While in Ocala Miss Ervin
R. A. Carlton. She expects to return
It will be good news to the friends
of Mr. and Mrs. Parker Painter to
know that they have taken the at attractive
tractive attractive cottage of Mr. and Mrs. R. L.
Anderson Jr and expect soon to move
into town. Mr. Painter is now with
the D. W. Davis Insurance Agency.
Mrs. O. N. Geise returned to Palat Palat-ka
ka Palat-ka this afternoon after a short visit
with her daughter, Mrs. L. W. Ponder.
Mrs. Geise has rented the upstairs
apartment of the Van Hood home and
will move to Ocala next month, bring bringing
ing bringing her mother and son with her.
izvzA Lady Had S:rat!ihg Ukt
indigestion Until SI 2 Took
Got All Right.
Visit the Teapot Self Serve Grocery.
Ts a beauty you will like it. tf
Mrs. W. T. Gary and Mrs. E. T.
Helvenston will entertain Friday eve evening
ning evening at a picnic lunch at Halcyon
Terrace on Lake Weir, complimenting
Mr. and Mrs. Albert Harriss and
Miss Frances Bangs.
rvrionr, Inc. "Some time ago i
; a. Di.k spell, something like indl indl--
- indl-- writes Mrs. Clara Peaconlc cf
: r ie 5, thl3 place. "I would get vei
. : t the stomach, and spit or vzui..
t ...My in the mornings.
T.-.cn I began the use of Thedford'2
1 .' -aught, after I had tried other
: The Black-Draught re-
1 ?vzd roe more than anything that I
l ok, :nd I got all right.
; "raven't found anything better
trai: yiack-Draught when suffering
tvoza tiOULie caused Dy consupauon.
lr is easy and sure. Can be taken la
The word BUTTERNUT baked into V -cse3 or larSe ine 0888 caus
v;.it you hare sick stomach, lnd;
your loaf of bread is a guarantee that
it is the best. Made only by Carter's
Bakery. Sold at your grocer's. 25-tf
Mr. Mack Taylor, that genial and
up-to-date business man, is brighten brightening
ing brightening his service station with a fresh
coat of paint. This is a good example
to follow as a fresh coast of paint is
not only a good preservative but im improves
proves improves the looks of things.
ration, headache, constipation, oi
i her disagreeable symptoms, take
liack-Draught to help keep youi
f.-m free from poison.
" Thee' ford's Blaeh-Draught Is madi
from purely vegetable Ingx.iients
acts in a gentle, natural way, and hat
no bad after-effects. It may be safelj
taken Ly ycuns or old old-Get
Get old-Get a package of Black-Draught to
day. Ir .1st ozt the genuln, ThedfOTd's
At your druggist's. VOlii
i siisroricnf r raaccint.
Enjoy Spring's Charms
April and May are most delightful
months in Jacksonville. Northern vis visitors
itors visitors can enjoy the charms of spring to
the utmost in Florida's largest city.
Florida people, too, will find much to
entertain them in Jacksonville at this
season. Their visits will be appreciated
and every courtesy extended them.
Uisit the Matchless Ocean Beaches;
See the City's Other Attractions
The wonderful ocean beaches near Jacksonville
are particularly enjoyable in the rin. Ti ey may
be reached in a few minutes by automobile or train.
Splendid roads make motoring around Jackson Jacksonville
ville Jacksonville a pleasure. Many points of historical interest
are in the immediate vicinity. The broad St. Johns
is ideal for boating.
Daily or semi-weekly band concerts please music
lovers. Golf, tennis, etc., afford varied recreation.
A big event will be the Florida State Historical
Pageant, April 20th, 21st and 22nd this magnificent
spectacle is to be state-wide in scope and interest.
Visit Jacksonville this spring. Plenty of
accommodations, reasonably priced. For
further information, address
City Advertising Department
Room 11 -A City Hall Jacksonville. Ficrida
Millions of housewives use
Calumet Baking Powder because of its de dependability
pendability dependability because when they place their baking
in the oven, they know it will "turn out" all right
They are confident of results because they know
that no matter what they bake pies, cakes, bis biscuits,
cuits, biscuits, muffins the results will be the same same-light,
light, same-light, perfectly roicsd, wholesome foods.
never disappoints. Don'tprepare
bakings with expensive ingredients and
then have them spoiled because of an
Have the same assurance that
the majority of other housewives have.
A pound can of Cal-cne.crntr:! is full 16onnces. Some
bakjvrr powders come in 12 ounce instead of 16 ounce
c?T'.- Be sure you ft a pound when yoa want it.
PROMPT SFRVICF. FREE DELIVERY
S FOR EVERYTHING GOOD TO EAT
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