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The Ocala evening star
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Ocala Evening Star
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LOCAL NEWS
TO
PRESS TIME
ASSOCIATED
PRESS
DISPATCHES
WEATHER FORECAST Generally fair tonight and Saturday.
TEMPERATURES--Thia morning 52; tikis afternoon, 3.
Sun Rises Tomorrow, 5:53; Sets, 6:59.
OCALA, FLORIDA FRIDAY, APRIL 21, 1922
VOLUME TWENTY-EIGHT. NO. S5.
SESSION OF
ALL-FLORIDA TO BE
WELCOME IN OCALA
PRICES OF MEAT
FALL OFF TIE PEAK
BAD SETBACK
TALKING WITH A F1LI0II TO FIGHT
GOVEBIIOR HARDEE'S
OAK III OAIIIESVILLE
THE TRADE BOOK
FORKED TOIIGUE
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Members of the Chamber of Com Commerce
merce Commerce Last Night Held a Well Well-Attended
Attended Well-Attended and Hard-Worked
Meeting

At the meeting of the Chamber of
Commerce last night Mr. W. T. Gary
wa3 chosen vice-president from Mar Marion
ion Marion county for the Florida State Asso Association
ciation Association for Capital Removal. The
meeting went on record as favoring a
one cent tax on gasoline, the retention
of the present one mill advalorem
tax, the continuation of the present
method of imposing licenses on motor
vehicles, as sources of revenue for
sttae highway construction, and favor favored
ed favored changing the method of distribut distributing
ing distributing automobile license tags so as to
provide for their distribution by a
county official instead of by the state
comptroller, and recommended a more
effective system of enforcing the pay payment
ment payment of motor vehicles licenses. The
matter of calling an extra session of
the legislature to make the gasoline
tax effective was rexcired to the board
of governors of the chamber for fur further
ther further consideration and a recommenda recommendation.
tion. recommendation. The position was taken that it
would be well to wait until after the
meeting" of the state road department
in Tampa next week, when a state statement
ment statement probably will be forth coming on
the present condition of that depart department.
ment. department.
The report of the secretary read at
last night's meeting showed that the
organization has during the last two
months had one of the busiest periods
in the last threo years. A number of
important matters have been handled
and there has been an unusual amount
of routine wrk.
Mr. L. H. Pillans, Mr. H. L. Shearer
and Secretary Chazal left this morn morning
ing morning for Haines City to attend a meet meeting
ing meeting of the executive committee of the
Florida Traffic Equalization League,
which is working for freight rates
based upon the principle of the long
and short haul.
SENATOR KING MUST
BE AWFUL SORE
Desires Blockade of Mexico Un'il
That Country Pays Its Debts
Washington, April 21. (By Asso Associated
ciated Associated Press). Blockade of Mexico
and seizure of Mexican ports until
American claims for damage to life
and property in Mexico have been
compensated, was advocated in the
Senate today by Senator King, demo democrat,
crat, democrat, of Utah.
MRS, DRAKE ENTERTAINED
FRIENDS AT AUCTION
The beautiful suburban home of
Mrs. T. P. Drake was the scene Wed Wednesday
nesday Wednesday and Thursday afternoons of
two beautifully appointed parties!
when Mrs. Drake entertained a num number
ber number of her friends at auction.
The hostess cordially welcomed the
guests as they arrived and invited
them into the solarium where fruit
punch with mint was served during
the afternoons. On each afternoon
Mrs. Drake entertained four tables of
players, the tables being placed in the
large living room. Quantities of lark larkspur
spur larkspur in dainty pastel shades and
candytuff were the flowers used for
the decorations, the light shades of
the flowers being carried out in the
refreshments.
After four rounds of what proved
to be an unusually interesting game
of auction, the tea cloths were spread
and the daintiest of refreshments
were served, strawberry ice cream
topped with whipped cream and on
each plate a few sprays of lavender
flowers which carried out the pink,
white and lavender of the floral colors.
The cakes were decorated with tiny
colored flowers and the favors of the
afternoon were pretty little Easter
bonnets filled with mints which were
also decorated with varicolored flow flowers.
ers. flowers. The hostess presented several of
the players on both afternoons with
similar gifts. On Wednesday Mrs.
Wade Dumas received a pair of col colored
ored colored candles and Mrs. Simmons a
pretty auction pad and pad holder.
Mrs. Leverett Futch in cutting re
ceived a pair or colored candles. On!
Thursday afternoon in the order
above given similar articles were pre
sented to Mrs. Harry Borland, Mrs.
Allison Wartmann and Mrs. E. T.
Helvenston.
Informality was the keynote of the
affairs and those who were playing
both afternoons will remember them
as unusually pleasant occasions.
CUBAN CLUB Cigar now 5c. 14-10t
The newest and smartest ladies'
Spanish toe and heel oxford for street
And theatrical wear. Guarantee Cloth Clothing
ing Clothing & Shoe oC. Y. M. B. O. D. 19-tf

Central City Will Give an Ovation To
Boosters Expected Here on The
Twenty-Sixth

Plans have been completed for the
entertainment of the "All-Florida"
boosters from Jacksonville, who are
expected to arrive in Ocala on the
morning of April 26th, coming here
direct from Gainesville.
Jacksonville business men, over a
hundred strong, will make up this
party. The Jacksonville Rotary Club
and the Jacksonville Automobile Club
will have many members among those
making the tour. These Jacksonville
men will leave their city Monday,
April 24th at 11:45 p. m., for a four four-day
day four-day trip through Florida, and will go
as far west as Tallahassee and as far
south as St. Petersburg. Much can
be accomplished for the good of the
state by bringing men of one section
in direct touch with those of another,
nd this trip has been planned for the
purpose of better acquainting the
Jacksonville people with the difficul difficulties
ties difficulties and aspirations obtaining in other
sections.
Following is a list of young ladies
who will assist in the entertainment
of the "All-Florida" visitors, and who
will distribute souvenirs among the
party:' Misses Cornelia Dozier, Chris Christine
tine Christine Close, Clifton Sexton, Hazel
Lawson, Mildred Bullock, Frances
Stanley, Violet Jones, Helen Newson,
Charlotte Chazal, Sydney. Cullen,
Alice Cullen, Annie MacKay, Nell
Wallace, Elizabeth Wetherbee, Marion
Carolyn Logan, Margaret Hocker and
Janet Culverhouse.
JACKSONVILLE TROOPS
GUARD DUVAL JAIL
In Order to Keep Seven Negroes Safe
From Anticipated Mob
Attack
Jacksonville, April 21 (By the As
sociated Press). Local units of the
National Guard are still on duty at the
Duval county jail here .today -where
seven negro suspects are held in con connection
nection connection with an attack Wednesday on
the wife of a mechanic in the outskirts
of the city. The troops were ordered
out last night by Governor Hardee at
the request of the sheriff who, while
not taking seriously threats against
the negroes thought it best to guard
the jail. The victim who at first was
believed fatally injured is well on the
way to recovery and at the earliest
opportunity will view the suspects in
an effort to identify her assilant.
FIRST MEETING OF THE
FLORIDA TRUCKMEN
Mr. T. W. Collier of the White Star
Line attended an enthusiastic meeting
yesterday in Orlando, at which thirty
members from all parts of the state
were present to perfect the organiza organization
tion organization to be known as the Florida
Truckmen's Association. The pur purpose
pose purpose of the association is to promote
the industry against discrimination;
to promote favorable legislation,
good roads, clean politics and any anything
thing anything to further the interests of the
truckmen and the public which they
serve. The minutes of the meeting
are not available at this time, but the
chairman of the nomination commit committee
tee committee announces the election of officers
as follows: President, W. T. Calla Callahan,
han, Callahan, Miami; secretary and treasurer,
T. S. Bonsteel, Miami; vice president,
S. A. Millner, Jacksonville. Board of
governors: A. C. Marshall, Orlando;
L. W. Yarnell, Lakeland; A. T. Block Blocker,
er, Blocker, St. Petersburg.
Mr. Collier says the organization
has lined up Florida's most successful
truckmen and feels confident that the
association will be productive of much
good. A local organiaztion will be
formed in Ocala as soon as the new
officers get in action.
The rising generation has a habit
of rising about the time mother has
breakfast ready.
And- after arousing the world's
hopes the dispatches always spoil it
by announcing that Trotzky is serious seriously
ly seriously well again.
The flappers health program:
Three good square naps every day and
! eight hours of sound, refreshing
meals every night.
One of the worst forms of auto
trouble is the advice your family
gives you while you're trying to lo-
cate the engine knock.
Suggested stock-in-trade criticism
for musical comedies of the usual
score: "The curtain was splendid a
real work of art."
The average man wooes most ar
dently when courting disaster.

Not Much More Than One-Third
What They Were in Nineteen-Nineteen

Chicago, April 21. (By Associated
Press). Wholesale meat prices show
a tremendous decline since the peak
prices following the war, according to
the American Institute of Meat Pack
ers, lne average value ot all meat
products exported during 1921 was
14 c. per pound compared with 30 c.
per pound in 1919, says a bulletin is
sued by the institute. The average
value of meat exported during 1913
was llc. per pound.
MIGRATORY BIRD TREATY ACT
The following circular, sent out by
the federal Department of Agricul Agriculture,
ture, Agriculture, is published for the benefit of
those sports who are anxious to avoid
breaking the law:
Extract from charge delivered to
the grand jury in the District Court
of the United States for the Middle
District of Alabama at Opelika, April
4, 1921, by Hon Henry D. Clayton,
United States district judge for the
Northern and Middle Districts of Ala Alabama.
bama. Alabama. Gentlemen of the Grand Jury: I
call your attention to our national mi migratory
gratory migratory bird law. I do this for the
purpose of asking you to examine into
any infractions of this law, and also
for the purpose of directing public at attention,
tention, attention, as far as I can, to this im important
portant important subject, to the end that unin uninformed
formed uninformed sportsmen may not violate the
law and to warn those who are not
sportsmen that they must not violate
the law. Besides, I ask that when you
return to your homes and mingle again
with your neighbors and their bright
boys and pretty girls you talk at ev every
ery every convenient opportunity on this
subject. I want all of our boys and
girls to become more familiar with
our birds; their usefulness, their
beauty, and the music of these choris
ters of our fields and woods. There
will be less robbing of birds' nests and
there will be less destruction of the
useful and beautiful birds.
It is a matter of history that the
people and the authorities of the Do Dominion
minion Dominion of Canada complained of the
wanton destruction of wild birds
hatched and raised in Canada and aft afterwards
erwards afterwards migrating into the United
States. This was especially true of
the ducks, geese and brant. So our
government negotiated a treaty with
Great Britain and Canada for the pur purpose
pose purpose of affording reasonable protec protection
tion protection to migratory birds. Congress
has passed a penal statute to formu
late and proclaim rules and regula
tions in regard to wild birds of migra migratory
tory migratory habits.
Recently in Alabama some of our
sportsmen have discussed in the pub
lic prints the question whether or not
the dove, the mourning dove some sometimes
times sometimes called the turtle dove is a mi
gratory bird. The question is not de debatable.
batable. debatable. Congress has declared the
dove to be migratory and within the
protection afforded by the national mi migratory
gratory migratory bird law. Of course, many
doves are hatched and raised here, but
that does not refute the legal ascer ascertainment
tainment ascertainment that the dove i3 a migratory
bird. As a matter of law the dove is
migratory, for the act of Congress
and the rules and regulations made in
pursuance thereof declare it to be
such. That fact is just as well set settled
tled settled as the fact that Choctawhatchee
river at Bellwood in Geneva county
in this state is a navigable .stream,
for the act of Congress declares it to
be navigable, although in dry weather
an athletic young man can almost
jump across the stream at that point.
When I was your representative in
Congress it became my duty to have
a special act passed, authorizing the
railroad company to build a bridge
across that stream there, because
Congress had declared it to be a nav
igable stream, and no bridge could be
built across it without congressional
permission
Provisions in the migratory bird law
afford protection during certain sea seasons,
sons, seasons, which the law and regulations
mention specifically, against the kill killing
ing killing or capturing of the numerous fam families
ilies families of migratory birds, including
swans, ducks, geese, cranes, rails,
plovers, snipe, curlew, woodcock and
others, some of which, we, in this sec section,
tion, section, never see and know but little
about, as they never come inland but
frequent the seashores and tidal
! marshes. As a general rule there is
! no open season for insectivorous birds,
j and it is a violation of law to kill or
l capture these at any -season. Among
the birds thus protected I may men-
tion the flicker, commonly called the
yellowhammer, woodpeckers, robins
bee martins and others, including bull
bats. Now let me say a good word
for the bull bat. The ornithologists
. tell us that it is entirely insectivorous
j and my observations confirms me in

If Chairman Philips -Recommendation
at Tallahassee Today Be
Carried Into Effect

Tallahassee, April 21. (By Asso Associated
ciated Associated Press). A recommendation
that no further appropriation for
road purposes be made from 1922
revenues except in the case of abso absolute
lute absolute necessity, was made by Chair Chairman
man Chairman Philips of the state road depart department
ment department at the board's quarterly meet meeting
ing meeting her today. Concentration of the
department's activities on main high highways
ways highways and the use of convict labor
wherever practical to save the ex expense
pense expense of hiring labor were also urged
by the chairman.
the belief that this is so. This bird
is harmless and yet very useful. It
feeds altogether on flies, gnats, mo mosquitoes
squitoes mosquitoes and other insect, pests. Reed
birds or rice birds, and fas we some some-cimes
cimes some-cimes speak of them, blackbirds, in including
cluding including the large blue-blackbird, are
at ail times protected against destruc destruction,
tion, destruction, except in a limited number of
rice-growing states where the rice
biid or blackbird harms crops. There
the farmer is permitted to prevent
destruction of crops by them. The
immunity of this bird under the law
ought to be relaxed here in Alabama,
for we often see, in the grain-sowing
season in the fall and in the early
spring, these birds feeding in our
fields on the grain wheat, oats and
rye which the farmer has not suffi sufficiently
ciently sufficiently covered in planting, and in the
spring-time feeding on this grain
when in the dough state. I commend
our United States district attorney
lor having called the attention of the
authorities at Washington to this fact,
and I hope proper relief may be afford afforded
ed afforded to our farmers against the depre depredations
dations depredations committed by these visiting
birds. Every man who loves the sport
of shooting should send a request to
the United States Department of Ag
riculture and ask for bulletin 1138
which contains the game laws, state
and -federal. It will cost only the
postage on his letter or card.
My love of birds in my excuse for
trespassing further on your time. You
will agree with me that it is a crime
tr kill a mocking bird. Here in South
Alabama they sing for us in all sea
sons. You and I have heard them
even on a moonlit night in December,
singing as if they would infuse some
of the joy of their little hearts into
human souls. Who is it that begrudges
the few strawberries, raspberries or
cherries that they eat. They more
than pay for these small contributions
to their board with music and by the
destruction of insects.
I am glad that the sportsmen of
Alabama have long since outlawed
the trapshooting of live pigeons. Rev,
Luther L. Hill, the father of that dis
tinguished surgeon, Dr. L. L. Hill, and
Hon. William W. Hill, and the other
fine sons, delivered a sermon some
years ago at Snowdoun, in Montgom Montgomery
ery Montgomery county, against the trapshooting
of pigeons. It broke up that cruel
sport in that county and in the state.
I wish every man and women in Ala Alabama
bama Alabama could read that sermon. I have
read and reread it with great pleasure
and profit.
Let me say another thing. Under
the administration of Mr. Wallace, our
commissioner of conservation, pot-
hunting has been broken up in Ala Alabama,
bama, Alabama, and we now have more bob
whites than ever before. However, I
am sorry to say that we still have
with us some game hogs; that is,
huntsmen so greedy that they kill
more birds than the law allows. These
"hogs" delight in exceeding the legal
limit. They give no consideration to
leaving some birds in the fields and
coverts in order that birds may be
propagated the next year. Some use
the automatic repeating and the pump
guns. I wish it were unlawful in Ala Alabama
bama Alabama for any man to carry, own, or
use such a gun. Two shots at a covy
on the rise ought to be enough, and
the second shot at any single bird is
more than enough. The sportsman al always
ways always plays a fair game. Give the
birds a fair chance and we will have
more birds next year.
Under this migratory bird law any
employee of the Department of Agri
culture is authorized by law and by
the secretary of agriculture to enforce
its provisions and has power to arrest
without a warrant any person com
mitting a violation of the act in his
presence or view and to take the of-
fender before a trial officer or court.
Let me emphasize the fact that it is
the intention of Congress and the
courts to have th's law enforced.
Dancing at Silver Springs Friday
night, April 21eL Davis six-piece
orchestra. 20-2t
Visit the Teapot Self Serve Grocery.
i Is a beauty you will like it. tf

Germanic-Soviet Prompt With Fake

Promisee to the Allies at
Genoa
Genoa, April 21. (By Associated
Press) The German reply to the al allied
lied allied ultimatum accepts the condition
that German delegates be barred from
participation in further discussion of
the Russian controversy by the confer
ence, the Rus so-German treaty signed
at Rapallo being allowed to stand.
Arrangements were made to present
the note at noon today to Premier
Facta, of Italy, as president of the
conference.
PIECRUST PROMISES
Genoa, April 21. (By Associated
Press). If the Russians are granted
recognition de jure and adequate fi
nancial help, they state in their reply
to the Entente today, they will admit
Russia's war and pre-war debts, waive
their counter claims and restore use
of nationalized property to its former
owners or satisfy the claims of for foreigners
eigners foreigners where property cannot be re restored.
stored. restored. EXTREME IGNORANCE
Justifying their contention that the
Allies could not as a matter of right,
demand compensation for property the
Russians cite the abolition of slavery
in the United States where neither
Americans nor foreigners were com compensated.
pensated. compensated. They also cite the adoption
of prohibition in America as a case
where no compensation was given to
the producer of alcohoIi drinks.
RICHARD MAY REMAIN
Genoa, April 21. (By Associated
Press). The English spokesman for
the British delegation said today there
was no objection to Richard Wash Washburn
burn Washburn Child, American ambassador to
Italy, attending sessions of the com commission
mission commission on Russian' affairs in order to
obtain information for the United
States government.
OKLAWAHA
Oklawaha, April 19. Mr. W. M.
Brown of Sanford is in Oklawaha this
week attending to business matters.
Mr. and Mrs. M. F. Collins who
spent the winter here, left Wednesday
for their home in Milford, Conn. Mr.
and Mrs. Collins are making the trip
in their Nash limousine.
Joe Yongue had the misfortune to
have his Buick six stolen last Satur
day night. Every effort possible is
being made to locate the car.
Mr. V. G. Curley who has been visit
mg in Monteverde, has returned to
Oklawaha.
There will be motion pictures ex exhibited
hibited exhibited in Yongue's halL beginning
this evening and continuing through throughout
out throughout the week.
Mr. A. L. Branson has returned
after a business trip to Jacksonville.
The Sunday school and school children
enjoyed an Easter egg hunt on the
afternoon of April 15th, given on the
beautiful grounds of Mr. Park's home
on the lake.
Miss Annie McEnight was the hon hon-oree
oree hon-oree of a very delightful surprise
birthday party given her by her many
friends on the evening of April 17th.
EAGLE GROCERY
TELEPHONE
No. 74

ANNOUNCEMENT!
We have added a Fresh Meat Department to our Grocery
establishment opposite the Harrington Hall Hotel on South Main
street, and we invite the public to come in and look it over. While
we shall carry both Florida and Western Meats, we will make a
specialty of the latter. Our Market will be in charge of M. H.
Naif an expert meat cutter from Jacksonville. Every article of
fresh meat is handled in a sanitary manner within a perfect screen
enclosure. We deliver to any part of the city on short notice. Give
us atrial, compare our goods and service, and we will stand by
your judgment. - ..
VEGETABLES IN SEASON :
Received Fresh Every Day
Our Motto Remains Just What It Has Been
In The Past: "Best Goods And
Reasonable Prices.

EAGLE GROCERY MEAT MARKET
-
Opposite Harrington Hall Hotel

To Patch the Holes Hourly Made La
The Ramparts that Try to Hold
The Raging Torrent.,

Washington, April 2L' (By Asso Associated
ciated Associated Press) An emergency appro appropriation
priation appropriation of one million dollars to fight
the flood on the Mississippi river will
be asked of Congress today by south southern
ern southern leaders with the approval of Bud Budget
get Budget Director Dawes, y
IS NOW AVAILABLE o
The resolution was rushed through
the Senate and House and an hour
after its introduction and -approval
by both housse the fund was made
available.
SCHOOL ENTERTAINMENT
AT LOWELL THIS EVENING
An entertainment will; be given by
the Y, P. S. of the United Evangelical
church at Lowell school house this
evening, at eight o'clock. Two play
lets, "The Spot on the Stairs" ; and
"Just Like a Woman," will be render
ed by local talent. There will be vocal
and instrumental musk, reading, etc
Admission, adults, 25c, children 10c
STEAMER WENT DOWN
IN JAMES RIVER
Newport News, April 21- (By the
Associated Press). The Buxton line
steamer Brewster and the Sterling,
a New York Steamship Line vessel,
collided last night in the James river,
the Brewster going down in forty feet
of water, the chief engineer drown drowning.
ing. drowning. The accident occurred near City
Point and no one thus far has been
able to ascertain the cause.
MANCHUS AGAIN
IN THE SADDLE
(Associated Press)
Peking, April 21. Troops of Gen General
eral General Chang Tso Ian,, governor of
Manchuria, today took possession of
Peking and Tien Tsin, replacing the
local police forces of those cities. The
transfer of authority was without in incident,
cident, incident, y
MUCH DAMAGE AT A
CALIFORNIA. OIL STATION
Los Angeles, April 21 (By the
Associated Press). Probably fifty
were injured, a number fatally, when
an oil station caught fire at Downed,
fifteen miles from here today. The
fire reached underground tanks, caus causing
ing causing them to explode.
The government seems to favor cap capital
ital capital punishment. It has certainly
punished ours.
Dispatches say Jack Dempsey has
had fifty-four proposals to be mar married.
ried. married. Haven't we always said women
were fond of brutes.
Rear Admiral Sims wants to be a
full admiral, but doesnt say of what.
Noah was the first weather proph
et and, literally speaking, practically
the last.
S MEAT MARKET
S. Main Street
No. 122

Oar Popular and Efficient Executive
Helping Lay Corners tone of New
Building for the University

Gainesville, April (By Asso Associated
ciated Associated Press) xhis is "Governor's
Day" at the University of Florida,
with ceremonies in connection with
laying the cornerstone of the new ad administration
ministration administration building by Charles G.
Ketchum-, of Key West, grand master
of the Masonic bodies in Florida, Gov Governor
ernor Governor Hardee and his staff are guests
of honor. The governor will review
the student bodies this afternoon, and
a reception "will be tendered tonight.
BRITISH ALMOST AS
BAD AS BOOTLEGGERS
(Associated Press)
Key West, April 2Lr (By Asso Associated
ciated Associated Press). B. I. Smith, manager
of a commercial airplane concern, to today
day today received word that Pilot C A.
Schiller who left here Tuesday for
Nassau in charge of a seaplane, was
mobbed and severely beaten on his
arrival, being taken for a prohibition
officer. His condition is reported as
serious. Mr. Smith will leave here
today in another plane to take Schil-
er to Miami.
BELFAST'S CEASELESS BATTLE
Belfast, April 21. (By Associated
Press). Firing was again in progress
in the eastern section of Belfast today
with a sergeant of the special Ulster
constabulary the first casualty of the
day. Three deaths of persons previus-
y wounded last night raised the
astertide list to twelve.
SCHERMERHORN BOY WAS
FIERCE ON THE SHOOT
Redfield, S. D., April 21. (By the
Associated Press). Mrs. J. E. Scher-
merhorn was shot and killed last night
when a small caliber rifle in the hands
of her son Elmer, age thirteen, was
accidentally discharged. Fearing he
would be punished, according to the
coroner, Elmer then shot his father in
the jaw and inflicted a wound is his
own forehead which physicians say
may prove fataL
SHADY
Shady, April 20. Mr. and Mrs. W.
Coggins and family of Weirsdale
spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs, I
, Jones. -.
Mr. and Mrs. F. G. Buhl and famliy
Forded to Martin Sunday and visited
Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Knoblock and
family. ;
Mr. and Mrs. O. L. Gaskin of Sum
merfield were Sunday visitors here.
Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Tubbs, Mrs.
Fred Tubbs, Miss Edith Schneider
and Mr. and Mrs. McCarthy of
Ocala, attended B. Y. P. U. services
here Sunday evening. ,. v :
Mrs. Leonard Redding of Tampa
visited Mr. and Mrs. B, H. Redding
ast week.
Mr. K. C. Moore was looking over
crops here Tuesday.
Miss Carrie JSIae Burry and. sister
and. Miss Savage and Mr. Biker of
Orange Lake attended preaching
services here Sunday a week ago.
Mr. and Mrs. Humphry, Mr. Agin
and Mrs. Jones of Starke and Mrs.
Jack Jones of Cedar Key, visited their
relatives, Mr. and Mrs. Perkins and
family and Mr. "Cotton" Jones last
week.
Quite a merry crewd of children
and young ladies enjoyed an Easter
egg hunt at the church Saturday aft
ernoon.
There will be a debate Sunday eve
ning, "itesoivea, That our union Goes
not need to improve in 1922."- Affirm Affirmative,
ative, Affirmative, Mr. Buhl; negative, Mrs. Doug
las. There are also some special
songs and catchy recitations. Better
come early.
Didn't we hear Fairfield crowing
about one J. A. Jones at that place
having new sweet potatoes? Nothing
extra about that.; We have farmers
here who have been digging potatoes
all thru the fall and winter as they
needed them. They just dig a load
and sel lthem aS along. If yon doubt
this ask Mr. Will Edwards or ilr.
Junie Count.":-- -''vw. "-.-';
. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Blair and
children of near Ocala were calling on
their relatives, the S. L. Beddings,
Sunday afternoon.
' Prospects are good for rain this
morning and we are hoping -ever
hoping.-: :
Group No. 1 of the B. Y. PU. ren rendered
dered rendered a short Easter program after
the regular service Sunday evening.
Special music and a beautiful tableau,
readings and recitations were much
enjoyed by the large audience.
- We have just unloaded a carload of
milk cows. Can be seen at Nichols &
Cobb's barns. 20-St



OGALA EVENHVG STAR, FRIDAY, APRIL 21, 1922

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set. With the absence or calendars,
the people naturally do not knowtheir
correct ages, especially those In the
country districts. In this respect the

women of Albania enjoy an advantage
over their sisters in foreign countries

who guard so jealously the secret of

their years. Often the age of an Al

banian woman is unknown even to

herself.

The villagers of Oberammergau are

finishing nreDarations for the first

, M A f,

performance of the Passion Play,

which occurs May 14, after a full

dress rehearsal May 9 before a num

ber of invited guests. The village

OAK TALE

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dicate the visitors will tax accommo

dations severely but it is said officially

'all will be taken care of."

On the cigar case at the Court

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campaign advertising And under that caption and near the

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camnaign the following rates will be ten o'clock last night was just one

charged for announcements, not to ex- j

'Joe Borden ten dollars."

opposite our

names, payment to be made at time of

payablk when

cee twenty lines,

. ktnr.. mmiur of aehooi board, mem-1 Joe s little, but he s always all there.

ber of board of county commissioners, Tome alono-. snm of von hie' fellows family.

eonatabie and Justice of the peace. $5 and helD him fill that bie sheet of Gordon Anderson made a flying trip

Oak Vale, April 12. Mr. Alton
Boyer is home to stay awhile after an
absence of several years. He is now
employed at the Ford agency, Willis Willis-ton.
ton. Willis-ton. Mr. Patrick Anderson went to
Ocala Sunday to meet his wife and
son Patrick Jr., of Fort Myers. They

will soon go to houskeeping in Willis-ton.

Mr. Michael Clancy, his sister Miss

Lonie, and Mrs. S. E. Reddick attend attended
ed attended preaching Sunday at the Methodist

church at Wacahoota.

Mr. Raymond Robinson of Williston

spent Sunday at the R. H. Reddick

home.

The Sunday school primary and

junior classes enjoyed an egg hunt

Sunday afternoon at the community

house, after Sunday school.

Mrs. Cooper of Trenton left Sunday

for Jacksonville,-after a week's visit

here with her dauehter. Mrs. A. M.

Anderson.

Mr. and Mrs. Charles Curry and

daughter Miss Thelma, of Central,

spent Sunday at the M. A. Clancy
home. Miss Thelma stayed over with
Miss Lonie and they with Mr. Michael

Clancy went Sunday night to Willis Willis-ton
ton Willis-ton to hear the commencement ser
mon.

t Mr. Ben Mims and son of Anthony

were Sunday guests of Mr. Mim's

father, C. S. Mims.

Mr. and Mrs. Wilton Howell, Mrs,

A. Naftzer and daughter, Miss Hazel

of Gainesville, came over Sunday to

see the Clancy and Boyer families

Mr. and Mrs. Crumpton Reddick

and children of Williston spent Sun

day afternoon with the R. H. Reddick

ter of Lady Lake before her marriage dainty girls and nice looking young

and has many friends here who were j men, lending their voices in joyful
Belleview, April 19. The Masons delighted to see her.' songs of praise. Their musical pro-
held their usual meeting in their hall j Mrs. R. L. Sumner and Mrs. H. B. gram came first, topped by a solo by

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week) (same rates as Weekly Star.

Announcements under this rate are
to run from date of insertion until date
if nrlmarv election.

" Readers for Insertion will be charged

t the regular commercial rates

to Newberry Sunday.

IMPORTANT NOTICE

last Thursday night. A number of
Ocala friends and speakers were
present and ice cream and cake were
served.
The members of the B. Y. P. U. en

joyed a purlo in their park last Thurs Thursday
day Thursday night.

The Belleview Workers held their

usual Thursday afternoon meeting in

the library Thursday afternoon.

Miss Mildred Searles took her Sun

day school class on a picnic to Lake

Weir Friday afternoon.

Mr. R. T. Freeman of West Palm

Beach was in town on business from

Friday till Monday. His brother, Mr.

Roy Freeman, returned home with

him.

Don't forget the school picnic at

Lake Weir next Saturday. Everybody
is invited to attend with well filled

baskets. School closes Friday.

The annual town election was held

at the town hall Saturday night.

Mr. George Coggswell left Monday

for his home in Connecticut. His wife

and sister expect to follow soon-

Mr. Will Coggswell hat returned

from his business trip to Jacksonville.

Mr. and Mrs. S. D. Tootle of Plant

City called on friends here Monday.
Mrs. Tootle was Miss Gertrude L. Car-

Monroe are in Jacksonville this week j Miss Mariemma Isadore Stanley, ac ac-attending
attending ac-attending the Eastern Star meeting, jcompanied by Miss Searles at the or-
Mrs. George Grunthal and son Ed- j gan. Rev. C. H. Buch, who assisted
die. are at Atlantic Beach this week. ; during the services, made the an-
Mrs. Florence Wells and children nouncements and then Rev. William
left Thursday for New York. E. Searles, presiding pastor, took his
Mr. and Mrs. Keeler left Monday ; place under an arch of palms just be be-cr
cr be-cr their home in Massachusetts. I low the usual pulpit stand, and gave

Mr. and Mrs. Lee of Jacksonville are t his Easter message. He

gave his

wondrous

"nests of the Lake View this week. S splendid coneresation a

The attractive Methodist church I story in simple," eloquent words. He
has been beautifully decorated fori also gave them a mental picture that
many occasions and many impressive j few will forget, and that of a state state-sermons
sermons state-sermons and ceremonies have been re- j ly old, grey-headed man of God,
corded, but what surpassed them all j standing amid the palms and flowers

and brought joy as well as a great j with bright, happy face and a clear, t

olessing was the services last Sunday j powerful voice which minutely im im-morning.
morning. im-morning. i pressed one with the joy of service he
Upon entering the church one's first i experiences,
impression eould not help but be "thej When the sermon was finished and
aroodness of God," for it indeed called j the closing song was sung, the con confer
fer confer a thanksgiving. The wonderful gregation bowed their heads in ex-

arrangement of white flowers, green i pectancy of the benediction, when
ferns and palms spoke of his love, j the minister asked if the people
while across the pulpit was a bright j would please be seated. It was at this
streak of sunshine that sparkled with j time that Miss Mattie J. Oakley took
Easter joy, and up above the altar, i her place at the organ and the loud.

crossed and at their usual post of j clear notes of the Lohengrin Wedding
honor, sending forth the assurance of j March was heard. It was a surprise
our worldly freedom and liberty were to all, and people looked at each other
two American flags. j inquiringly, but it wasn't a minute be-
The choir was never more attractive, fore the secret was out, when Mr. D.

W. Gates arose and proceeded down
the right aisle and Mrs. Harriet R.
Hafner proceeded down the left aisle,
meeting at the altar rail .where they
were married. The ceremony was
performed by Rev. Searles, assisted
by Rev. Buch.

Mrs. Gates has been a resident of
Belleview for the past ten years, hav having
ing having bought and improved at different
times several homes in the village.
She is a native of Des Moines,: Iowa,
and spends her summers among rela relatives
tives relatives in that city. She numbers her
friends in Belleview and throughout
the countyby the score, and 'in her
genial and talented way is active and
much in demand in church and social
affairs..

Rev. Gates is & retired Methodist
minister of Rochester, N; Y. He is
numbered among our regular winter
visitors and always assists cordially
with all that is. uplifting, religiously
and socially. Rev. Gates is a courtly
gentleman of the old school the likes
of which are not numerous in these
days. By his gallant and humorous
ways he has won the town' and is a
favorite with young and old.
To show their appreciation to their
many friends Mr. and Mrs. Gates have
purchased the William Millson cottage
and will call Belleview home.' They
have the sincere good wishes of a hos
of friends. v

' Will Hays, in putting the rollers

under fattv Arbuckle. has made a

good beginning.
The city street force is at work im improving
proving improving Orange street out to the hos hos-'pital
'pital hos-'pital one of the most necessary jobs
'in the city.
" The city government of Savannah is
! trying to suppress jazz. So many fool

things governments try to do when
there are so many sensible things they
might try to do.
This cold, dry weather is a great
trial to everybody, particularly the

" .52 this morning. Crops are suffering,
and everything and everybody is de de-'".
'". de-'". luged with dust.
People who sometimes shoot jays,
woodpeckers, bullbats and such had
better read and take to heart the ar ar--
- ar-- tide headed "Migratory Bird Treaty
Act." It may save them from paying
a fine or going to jail.

Down in Miami a man has been
charged with killing his wife and then

attempting suicide. After his lawyers jhe Riaito Cafe has been moved

have been working on the case some- ,wo doors south of its former location

thing like a month, comes the story JAn South Magnolia street, where we

r i A-1 m. k f a a .

irom tne accuseu inai.nis wue at- are elegantly fitted Up for serving
tempted to shoot him and in the strug- mealsor a la carte orders. "Quick

gle the woman was killed, he then Service and Reasonable Prices," our

feeling he would be ostracised by his motto. Our specialties are Western
friends, tries to commit suicide. The Meats and Seafoods. Open day and

story might go; his wife is not here to ,.ight. Regular dinner served from

tell her side. Orlando Reporter-Star.

Nevertheless, a jury composed of
honorable men would seriously doubt

his story.

12 to 3. Up-to-date dining room m
rear. Fresh vegetables daily.

8-tf ; JOHN METRIE, Prop.

OCALA TWENTY YEARS AGO

NOTICE

In the death of Geo. L. Drew of
Jacksonville, Florida has lost one of
-1 its best men. The son of Governor
'- Drew, a northern-born man who joined

- his southern neighbors in redeeming
the state from the carpetbaggers, he
- was an exceptionally fine man himself,
v and his death is deeply and widely re-
gretted.
We are wondering what has hap---pened
to Mr. Ford. Not more than a
-dozen references have been made to
him in the news dispatches of the past
V week. Jacksonville Metropolis.
.'. He is likely to emerge from tem temporary
porary temporary obscurity with a big railroad
.;, or power plant under his arm.

I wish to give notice that I have

bought the cafe on West Broadway

known as the B. and B. Cafe, from S
S. Spero. George Pappas. 14-6t

Complete line of luggage and ward

robe trunks. Agent for Indestructo

trunk. Guarantee Clothing & Shoe

Co. Y. M. B. O. D. 19-tf

City Manager Brumby expects to

have work on paving South Second

street from Osceola avenue to Main
street beein in a few days. One of

the things the people generally are not
wise to is that, owing to the steep
grade on that part of the street, every
. time, a heavy rain comes along it is
..washed away. Paving it will put a
.. stop to that trouble, and will save
- v. to the city in cost of repair the money
for paving it in a year or two.
, Calendars and clocks are luxuries in
Albania. The untutored peasantry
v.know only three periods of time
morning, noon and night, and two sea-
u sons of the year, winter and summer.
.. Days and dates are Sanskrit to them.
I. Nor. have they any conception of dis dis-.i
.i dis-.i tances. When a traveler asks an Al Al-banian
banian Al-banian the distance of one point from
another, he never answers in miles or
kilometers but "It is half a day, it is
- two days, it is a week." When an Al Albanian
banian Albanian makes an appointment, he is
. considered to have kept it if he comes
t. within two or three hours of the time

(Evening Star April 21, 1902)
Easterling Bros, shipped two bar
rels of choice Irish potatoes yester

day, this shipment probably being the

first in this part of the state. Next

week they will begin to ship beans in

carload lots

Miss Sue Barco will give a dance at

the Ocala House tonight, compliment

ing her guest, Miss Bessie Denham

of Gainesville.

J. B. Sutton the seed man, is sell

ing his stock and fixtures preparatory
to leaving Ocala and moving to Palm

View on the Manatee river, where he

owns a farm.

R. L. Anderson will build a $1500

addition to his residence on East
Third street which when completed
will make this place one of the finest

in town. Levi Alexander has the con

tract

Captain G. M. Hubbard is convalesc

ing.

Captain John L. Inglis of Port In-

t?lis was a business visitor in Ocala I Sugar

todav. r Puna

I

front nflfino nvor TWIrro' rnr. I X C1 puUUU

. .. 3 Per pound

cupied and recommenced the prac- Grandma Macaroni

uce oi ms profession. Txr,rt nn(.vo.p for

r e

(Evening Star April 21, 1912) Small loaf

Mrs. Charles Matthews is expected I Large Bread,

home soon from Oklahoma. Herl Two loaves for

daughter Mrs. Yancey, has almost en-($1.25 Broom

tirely recovered her health. I For

Mrs. D. W. Davis has returned from $1-00 Broom

KpnrncVv. wJiptp sho was pallor? nn an- I t OT

count of the illness of her mother,

Mrs. Piatt

Mr. E. E. Converse returned yester

day from Tampa, making the trip in

his car.
Mr. Walter Marsh has bought the
business of the late W. P. Edwards in
the city market from the estate and
will run it in his own name.

One doz. pint Fruit Jars

Per dozen

Morris Supreme Butter

Per pound

UNCLE RANK

REDDICK

4

Owin to Ui great number of motors,
you can't rely ujhuj th' charm of a
rabbit's hind foot.

Reddick, April 19. Dr. and Mrs. R.
D. Ferguson and little daughter Sara,
also Dr. Ferguson's sister Miss Callie,
were guests of Mr. and Mrs. R. W.
Ferguson at their home at Emathla,
Sunday.
Mr. Cecil Williams, Mrs. W. A. Hall
and Miss Edith Core motored to Fort
White Tuesday. They were accom accompanied
panied accompanied by Mrs. Newman who returned
home after a very pleasant visit here
with her daughter, Mrs. J. H. Will Williams.
iams. Williams. The following were elected trustees
of the school here: Messrs. S. L. Fridy,
J. H. Williams and Dr. R. D. Fer Ferguson.
guson. Ferguson. Mrs. Mary E. Rou, Mr. A. N. Ron,
Mrs. Texas Nash and Mrs. Mary
Howell attended services at the Bap

tist church at Flemington Sunday
night.
The Easter program rendered by
the children and young people here

Sunday morning was very satisfactory

and enjoyed by all who attended.
Mrs. Sprinkle, the principal of the
school here last year, visited friends

here this week.

Straw hats for every occasion and
every person no matter what or who.
Guarantee 'OotHn''dtoe','Co. 19-tf
CUBAN CLUB Cigar now 5c. 14-10t

CASH PRICES
FOR

FRIDAY 3nd SATURDAY

at

CRESCENT GROCERY

90c
43 c
7c
7c
3c
15c
9c
25c
$1.10
90c
65c
35c
65 c

30c
38c
25c
35c
30 c
20c
45c
30c
30c
30c
20c
15c
18c
10c

30c
30c
25 c
3c
45 c
50c

75c. Broom
For
Certo
r Jelly
Florida Syrup
Per- gallon
Welch's
Grapelade
Fresh Fruit Jams,
.Per glass
Goldbar Cherries
Per can
Goldbar Pears
Per can
Lemons,
Per dozen
Picnic- Hams,
Per pound
Home Cured Ham,
Sliced, per pound
Loin Steak
Per pound
"T"-Bone Steak,
Per. pound
Round Steak
... Per pound
Roast
Per pound

Marmalade Spread
Per glass

Broadway Toilet Soap

Three bars for

Brown Sugar

Ptr. pound

Franklin Granulated Sugar

Two pounds for

Goldbar Dill Pickles

Per can
Onions,
Two pounds for
Water Ground Meal
Per pound
Prunes,
;- Two pounds for. . . .
Peaches,
Two pounds for. ......

CRESCENT GROCERY
Phone 562 N. Magnolia SL

A

The business activities of the Standard
Oil Company (Kentucky) are confined
to the South.

mm.
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The Company has progressed with the
marvelous growth of the South and is
today a vital part of the business and
economic life of its people.
The following data gives some idea of
the operations of the Standard Oil Com Company
pany Company (Kentucky) in the State of Florida:
It operates 120 tank stations and service
stations.
The Company pays in salaries and com com-missions
missions com-missions to its representatives in the
State of Florida over $600,000.00 per
year.
Under the various City, State and County
License, Tax and Inspection laws, it pays
over $260,000.00 per year.
The co-operation, loyalty and efficiency
of the Company's employes have con contributed
tributed contributed largely to the building up and
maintaining of its State-wide service to
the public.
The Company hopes to merit the public's

continued patronage based upon:

superior qualify of its products, its

ient organization and its service and tank
station system throughout the State.
Stand ar d 0 i l Com panv
IN.COR PO RATED IN. KENTUCKY
W. W. ZACHRY, District Manager
STATE OF FLORIDA
JACKSONVILLE, FLA.

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OCALA EVENING STAB. FRIDAY, APRIL 21, 1S22

m&mmtmmmsmmmen

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COUNTY COMMISSIONERS

... The board of county "commissioners
met in regular session April 4th, with
all members present. Minutes of the
March 7th meeting were read and ap approved.
proved. approved. Mr. Joe Potter called in regard to
road in his section.
, Mr. H. S. Chambers called in regard
to refund on labor certificates.
A committee consisting of Messrs.
Stevens, Grantham, Lisk and Wilson
from, the Fort McCoy section called
and complained of road conditions.
Mr. E. W. Rush complained of road
conditions in his section.
i. D. McDuffy called in regard to
road advertised to be opened 'in his
section.
Mr. Sherouse called. in regard to
moving of his house off of the right of
way of the Dixie Highway.
Communication wa3 received from
Mr. M. L. Dawson, directing that the
assessed valuation of the real and
personal property of Marion county
be increased 10 per cent, and the
board believing that the assessments
of this county are in line with the
assessments in other counties of this
state and that we are not below the
average in assessment, directed the
clerk to write to all of the counties
that have been ordered raised and ask
that we make some united effort to-re-sist
same as far as may be consistent
and legal.
Petition asking increase of Lila
Cliff's pauper allowance was referred
to Commissioner Meffert.
Upon motion it was ordered adver advertisement
tisement advertisement be made for bids to be sub

mitted at the next meeting of the
board for stumping a portion of the
Orange Springs and Silver Springs
road in road district No. 1.
Ihe state road department present presented
ed presented bills duly approved, being pay roll
for February in amount of $125 and
pay roll for March in amount of f 133
and bills aggregating $658; and bills
being at hand of the Ocala Star and
the Ocala Banner in amount of $3.00
each, all of said bills for work in con connection
nection connection with state road No. 2, upon
motion of Commissioner Talton were
ordered approved and sent to the trus trustees
tees trustees of Marion county for payment.
Upon motion the bond trustees were
authorized to pay to the National
Bank of Commerce $35 to cover ex expense
pense expense in connection with payment of
January coupons on Marion county
bonds.
The board ordered that road fund
time warrant dated Oct. 4th, 1921, in
amount of $2500 be certified to the
county depository for payment $rom
the road fund.
It was ordered that warrant on the
agricultural fund be drawn in favor
ot K. C. Moore for salary as county
demonstrator for the month of March
1922.

Application of widow's pension of

Cecilia Crowell was ordered laid over.
Upon motion the beard ordered that

in the road fund $1000 from the ma material
terial material account,' $3000 from tools and
machinery account and $820. from the
gasoline and oil account be transferred
as follows: $4500 to labor other than
guards, $820 to dynamite account,
$100 to pay of convict guards account,
and directed the clerk to write the

comptroller and request that he ap- construction of a base course, it shall
prove said transfers. j be governed by the following specifi-
The following motion offered by! cations: This material shall include
Commissioner Clyburn and seconded j that portion of the product of the
by Commissioner Weathers, was car-! crusher that passes 3 -inch labora labora-ried:
ried: labora-ried: I tory screen, must be free from hard

"Whereas, This board is informed j lumps, sand, clay and other foreign

section of road No. 2 in Marion county
lying between Belleview and the Lake
county line are such that contractors
proposing to use Ocala lime rock in
such construction will be prevented
from bidding on said work on account
of the fact that the specifications a3
drawn leave the engineer in charge
unlimited power to accept or reject
any an all lime rock that the contrac contractor
tor contractor might wish to use; and,
"Whereas, It appears that the speci specifications
fications specifications for road work in other coun counties
ties counties of this state, the state road de department
partment department incorporated a special pro provision
vision provision relative to the use of Ocala
lime rock and permitting the reason reasonable
able reasonable use thereof; and,

Petition bearing forty-four signa signatures
tures signatures granted that the following road
be granted was received: Begin at
the nw cor of lot 6 in 14 17 23, thence
running west on quarter section line
thru center of sec 14 and continue w
on to the center of sec 15 to the pub public
lic public road running south, and being one one-quarter
quarter one-quarter of a mile north of the public
road running e from Summerfield, a
distance of about IVl miles. Messrs.
Frank Wilson, S. J. Tyler and C. M.
Blair were appointed a committee to
view and mark out same.
Bond as notary public of Miss
Elizabeth Davis with the American

Surety Co., was approved.

The following bonds as deputy sher-

"Whereas, It is the sense of this jiff were approved: W. A. Stevens

board that by the proper use of Ocala with A. O. Harper and'J. L. Grantham

lime rock the said road may be more !as sureties; M. M. Morgan with J. R.I state aid road fund, No

cheaply constructed than by the use Martin and E. C. Jordan as sureties;
of other material as a base; nowjM. C. Izlar with W. R. Pedrick and
therefore, be it jJ. H. Spencer as sureties.
"Resolved, That the state road de-! It was ordered that warrant on the
partment be and it is hereby requested 1 outstanding indebtedness fund be
to amend its specifications on the drawn in favor of the Ocala National
said work so as to permit contractors j Bank in amount of $3,067.50 to retire
to bid on said work to be constructed outstanding validated road wararnts
of Ocala lime rock, and that the fol- j Nos. 48, 49 and 50, together with past
lowing clause appearing in the other i due interest on same,
specifications for the work in Marion i It was ordered that warrant in
county, at the end of paragraph 3 on j amount of $75 be drawn on the out out-page
page out-page 34, of said specifications, to-wit: standing indebtedness fund in favor of

'When Ocala lime rock is used in the

Bank for interest on road, time war warrants
rants warrants dated Oct. 5, 1921, in amount of
$2500.
The board ordered that warrant in
amount of $508.20 be drawn in favor
of the Elliott-Fisher Co., in payment
for book machine in the tax assessor's
office.
Warrants were ordered drawn on

the outtsanding indebtedness fund to
retire coupons No. 3 on outstanding!
indebtedness warrants as follows: No.
1, Ocala National Bank, $150; No. 2,
T. P. Drake, $150; No. 3, Mrs. L. B.
Cam, $60; No. 4, W. B. Coggins, $120;
No. 5, Alfred Ayer, $90; No. 6, Mrs.
N. A. Fort, $30.
The county depository, county
judge, tax colletcor, sheriff, justices
of the peace and inspectors of marks
and brands filed reports.
The following warrants' were or ordered
dered ordered drawn to cover bills duly ex examined,
amined, examined, passed and ordered paid, to to-wit:
wit: to-wit: General fund, No. 12837 to 12944,
$7457.14; road fund, No. 16828 to No.
17063, $8536.16; fine and forfeiture
fund, No. 8950 to No. 8973, $301.08;

1272 to 1307,

$418.98; outstanding indebtedness
fund, No. 894 to No. 901, $3742.50;
agricultural fund No. 741, $200.
A petition bearing 85 signatures
was presented asking that the office of
game warden be dispensed with or
that should same be continued that
same be filled with seme one other
than be present incumbent, and was
considered by the board and ordered
held ovr awaiting the action of the
grand jury.

The board met in special session on

the Munroe & Chambliss National J call of the chairman April 11th, with

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Here's a chance to practice real economy and at the tame

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Everyone enjoys music young folks and old folks. And now
you can secure an up-to-date, high-grade instrument with exclusive
features for only One Dollar first payment.
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Extremely liberal terms
We have made it easy for everyone to own a Grafonola. Come
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Invite your friends to hear it. Let year family enjoy the
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The reduced prices save you
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Look at the savings you can make by buying Grafonola now.
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k-2 225 s 150 E-a 125 a 85
h.2 160 ? 140 w 75" n e 60
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3 Patented Tone Leave
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Amplifier giving the rich,
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Beautiful Columbia
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furniture.
2 Special Columbia Repro Reproducer
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Send the coupon if you cannot call
If unable to come to our sale today, $ j
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and we will deliver instrument desired.

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reduced price of
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the lei i ns

all members present. Advertisement
having been made calling for bids to
be submitted for improving fifteen
miles of state road No. 2 between
Belleview and the Lake county line,
the chairman stated that the purpose,
of the meeting was to open the bids
submitted in accordance -with the ad

vertisement mentioned above.

The clerk stated that no bids had

been received.

Mr. Wm. F. Cocke, state highway

engineer, being present, disctlssed

with the board and the contratcors
present the different forms of specifi

cations. A general discussion ensued

and the state highway engineer was

requested to make certain revisions in

the specifications and have same in
the proper shape in order that adver

tisement may be made to receive bids

on same on May 18th, 1922.

The board thereupon adjourned.
R. B. Meffert, Chairman.
T. D. Lancaster Jr., Clerk.

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ELECTRA

Electra, April 19. Mr. and Mrs.
George Brant Jr., Mr. Ishmael Brant,
Misses .Annie Stebbleton and Esther
Brant attended church services in Ok Ok-lawaha
lawaha Ok-lawaha Sunday night.
Misses Hodge, Lilly Sue Clayton,
Allie Johns and Vera Higginbotham
attended the teachers' meeting at Mc

intosh Saturday.
Mr. Thomas Emerson and Mr. Char Charlie
lie Charlie Phillips left Wednesday April 12,
for their home in Ohio. They have
many friends who are sorry to learn
of their departure and hope they will
come again next year.
Miss Vera Higginbotham and Mr.
Chane Martin gave a party Friday
night at the hbme of their grand grandmother,
mother, grandmother, Mrs. J. C. Pillans. Music
and interesting games were enjoyed
during the evening, after which re refreshments
freshments refreshments of punch and cake were
served. There was a large crowd and
all said "good-night" after having
spent a most delightful evening. Miss
Higginbotham and Mr. Martin proved
themselves capable entertainers.
Mrs. J. C. Pillans has returned home
after a pleasant visit spent with rela relatives
tives relatives and freinds in Palatka and Rod Rodman.
man. Rodman. Mr. Arthur Owens was a caller in
Electra Sunday.

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Motor Equipment
Residence Phone S05
Office Phone 550, Ocala, Fla.
217 W. Broadway

LIFE

FIRE

A. E. GERIG
INSURANCE
Ocala, Florida
ACCIDENT AUTOMODILF

Read the unclassified ads for profit.

RAILROAD SCHEDULES
Arrival and departure of passenger
trains at OCALA UNION STATION.
The following schedule figures pub published
lished published as information and not fSftr
mteed.
(Eastern Standard Time)
SEABOARD AK LINE RAILROAD
Leave Arrira
1 :20 am Jacksonville-NTork 2 :10 ma
1 :55 pm Jacksonville 1:50 pan
1:17 pm Jacksonville 3:50 par
Tampa-
2:15 am Manatee-St Petrsbrg 4:03 m
2:c5am N'York-St Petrsbrg l:S5ua
2:15 am, Tampa 2:15 an
.:50 pm Tampa-Manatee 1:25 pm
1:05 pm Tampa-St Petrsbrg 4:05 pa
ATLANTIC COAST LINE R. JL
Lean Arrire
!:27 am Jacksonville-NTork 2:83 ua
1:45 pm Jksonville-Gainsville 3:24 pm
5:42 am Jksonville Gansville 10:13 pm
2 S3 am St Petsbrg -Lakeland 2:27 am
3:24 pm St Petsbrg Lakeland 1:25 pm

: i :lu am "Uunnellon-Wilcox
j 7 :25 am Dunellon-Lkeland ll:C3pxa

Coipm tiomo&assa - i:zopm
,0:15 pm Iesbcrg 6:42 am
i:45 pm v Gainesville 11:50 am
Monday, Wednesday, Friday.,
'Tuesday, Thursday. Saturday.

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Prices are bound to come down.
As they do we ore glad to give you
the benefit.

Cheese, per pound
Swift's Brookfield Butter, per pound
;
Swifts' Premium Bacon, per box -Lemons,
per dozen
New Irish Potatoes, per pound
Ballard's Obelisk Flour, 12 lb bag -Ballard's
Obelisk Flour, 24 lb bag
1 lb can Army Corn Beef Hash

24c
43c
43c
25c
05c
75c
$1:50
15c

SHOP WITH A BASKET AT THE
U SERVE STORES

WE PACK OUR MAR0C4LA ICE CREAM

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so it can be sent to a considerable dis distance
tance distance and will remain in fine eoadl-
'A '"

tion unta nsed. We supply hotels,
lodges, societies, churches and all
others using ice cream in quantity,
who want the best and purest and the
most-efficient service. Special terms
upon request.

MARION COUNTY CREAMERY CO.

Or-

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PROMPT SERVICE FREE DELIVERY
P HO ME 243
FO it- EVERYTHING GOOD TO EAT

Cook's Market and Grocery
QUALITY CLEANLINESS

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PHONE 71
Simmons' GARAGE



OCALA EVENING STAB, FRIDAY, APRIL 21, 1922

Mr

BANKS WILL BE CLOSED
ON MEMORIAL DAY

Wednesday, April 26th, (Memorial
Day), being: a legal holiday in the
state of Florida, the following banks
will be closed on that date: Commer Commercial
cial Commercial Bank, Ocala National Bank, Mun Mun-roe
roe Mun-roe & Chambliss National Bank. 3t

Prices too low if you're selling;, too
high if you're buying. A permanent
condition. Twas never otherwise.

OCALA OGCURREIICES
If you have any local or society
items for the Star, call five-one.
. ; $
Miss Dorothy Lancaster has re

turned from a pleasant visit to Jack- r

sonville.

PICTURE FRAMING

Our picture framing department is
again open. New mouldings and sup supplies
plies supplies have been put in and we are pre prepared
pared prepared to make up and deliver on short
notice. Sat-Wed
GEORGE MacKAY & COMPANY

Fresh strawberries received 'safter 'safter-noonSOc.
noonSOc. 'safter-noonSOc. Cook' Market and Grocery.
Phone 243. It

Miss Elizabeth Burton of Leesburg
is the guest of Misses Elizabeth and
Meme Davis.

Country cured hams sliced at the
Main Street Market. Phone 108. 13

Much interest has been taken for
the past month in the girls' Sunday
school class of the Baptist church of
which Mrs. W. A. Knight is the teach teacher.
er. teacher. In a contest in which the class
was divided in two parts, it was agreed

I that the losing side should entertain

the winners, and last night at the home

of Miss Lillian Livingston a regular

jollification was held and a number oi
i boys were also asked to join in the

good time. Games and music were en enjoyed
joyed enjoyed during the evening and a pleas pleasant
ant pleasant time was spent by all present.

Miss Delia Livingston presided at the
punch bowl which was placed in the
dining room and was effectively dec decorated
orated decorated for the occasion. Misses Hazel
and Peggie Livingston, sisters of the
hostess, assisted in serving refresh refreshments
ments refreshments of ice cream and cake.

BROKE HIS BAT

OXFORD

S CUBAN CLUB Cigar now 5c. 14-10t

SEWING MACHINES

We repair all makes of sewing ma machines.
chines. machines. Cardwell 'Sewing Machine Co.,
phone 502 Green. 19-6t

UNCLASSIFIED
ADVERTISEMENTS

(RATES under this heading are aa
follows: Maximum of six lines one time
25c; three times 50c; six times 75c; one
month $3.00. All accounts payable la
advaace except to those who have reg regular
ular regular advertising accounts.

FOR SALE Baby
182.

carriage. Phone
' 12-tf

FOR RENT A house; also a furnish furnished
ed furnished apartment. Apply to Mrs. Emily
M mh j"i am 1 a

ureen, tuo UKiawana avenue or

phone 383. 15-6t

AUTO RADIATOR REPAIRING-

We can make a new radiator for

your car in one day. We restore
circulation to your stopped radia radiator.
tor. radiator. Repair all makes of radiators.
121 West Broadway. 18-6t

ESTKAY NOTICE There came to

my place April 17th, a dark bay
mare; white spot on forehead; hob

ble was broken. Call at Spring
WflV Tnn npn r Silver- Knrinrra Sf

'J - - A .X.gtf. WW

FOR SALE CHEAP Brushed brass
baby bed, gbod condition. Apply-box

342.

Rev. Chas. H. Trout will deliver the
address at the graduating exercises of
the Anthony school tonight at eight

o'clock.

The Farmers Supply Co- has just
. eceived a shipment of regulation size
garbage cans. Price $1.50. 20-t6
Mr. Ernest Amos of Tallahassee,
the clever and good-looking state
controller, was here yesterday, visit visiting
ing visiting the Industrial School-

Society Brand suits in the newest
gabardine silks and air pore material.
Guarantee Clothing & Shoe Co. 19-tf

WANTED White Leghorn baby
chicks, June 15. Write Box 342. 186t
FOR SALE Household goods. Ap Apply
ply Apply 614 E. Adams St. 17-6t

WANTED Poultry and eggs, Irish
and sweet potatoes, beans, celery,
lettuce, oranges and grapefruit.
Make trial shipment. Quick results
guaranteed. Waters Fruit and Pro-
. duce Co., Tampa, Fla. 15-6t
FOR SALE Ten-acre improved farm
on Dixie highway within city limits,
south side; six-room furnished
house, water raised with engine,
good barn-and poultry house. In-
eludes work mule, two pedigreed
Jersey cows, chickens and all farm farming
ing farming implements. Price and terms
reasonable. Louis Frederitzi, Ocala,
Fla. 4-17-3t-eod
WANTED Colored laborers for min min-ing
ing min-ing ocher. Apply to the Pidcock-
Roberts Co., Bunnell, Fla. 19-6t
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

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 ave-"nue.
"nue. ave-"nue. ' 30-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-
lishing Co., rcala, Fla. 22-tf

; ATTENTION, ELKS!
For the Florida State Elks'
Convention in Jacksonville,
April 26th, 27th and 28th, make
your reservations at
. HOTEL WINDLE

LADIES WHO LUNCH HERE
Once always come again, even if they
have to come considerable distance.
Such perfect food, such admirable
service, such reasonable charges are
well worth coming far for, and wise
women know it. Why not be one of
them Everything the best at t
v DAVIDSON'S
1 00 Sanitary. Ask the Hotel
Inspector

Mrs. George MacKay and Mr. Ken Kenneth
neth Kenneth MacKay left last night for Hen Hen-dersonville,
dersonville, Hen-dersonville, where they expect to
spend the remainder of the summer.

Hot weather calls for frequent
baths. The Allen Bath Outfit fills the
bill. An Ocala resident has had one
in use for fourteen years, costing
about 50 cents a year. Order now.
Delivered out of town by parcel post.
R. C. Loveridge, Agent, Ocala. 19-6t

Mrs. Mamie Hall was the hostess
today of the Friday luncheon club.
After a pleasant morning spent at
auction the hostess served a delicious
luncheon at noon.

Fresh strawberries received 'safter 'safter-noon,
noon, 'safter-noon, 30c. Cook' Market and Grocery.
Phone 243. It

CUBAN CLUB Cigar now 5c. 14-10r

Mr. Howard Clark, who is recuper recuperating
ating recuperating in the Florida Sanitarium at
Orlando, is improving, and in letters
to his friends gives much praise to
the sanitarium.

New Jantzen national swimming
suits for ladies and men. Guarantee
Clothing & Shoe Co. Y. M. B. O. D. tf

Mr. and Mrs. D. W. Tompkins have
returned from a very pleasant trip to
South Florida. They visited Bartow
and from there went to Sebrmg, where
they were the" guests of Rev. and Mrs.
Weigle.

Just received a shipment of regu regulation
lation regulation garbage cans, $1.50 each at the
Farmers Supply Co. 20-6t

CUBAN CLUB Cigar now 5c. 14-10t

Hamp Chambers and the fireboys
have put up an excellent swing in the
firemen's park. It always pleases the
members of our fire department to do
something for the children, who have
a lot of fun in the pretty park by the
fire hall.

Just arrived one lot of men's fancy
oxfords. Guarantee Clothing & Shoe
Co. Y. M. B. O. D. 19-tf

Shn must be

5

eccuce cream

, is the best means of
coaxing hidden dirt
from the pores and
properly preparing
the skin for applica application
tion application of the next
cream essential to
the individual need.
MILADY BEAUTY PARLOR
1 12 Ft. King Ave.
Ocala, Fla.

CUBAN CLUB Cigar now 5c. 14-10t

W. K. Lane,- M. D physician and
surgeon, specialist eye, ear, nose and
throat. Office over 5 and 10 cent store.
Ocala, Fla. tf

Mr. and Mrs. Bert Leigh -Acker and
children of New York will leave today
for California, where they will spend

the next three or four months in Los

Angeles and San Francisco. The trip
is a combination business and pleas pleasure
ure pleasure trip, as Mr. Acker goes to the
Pacific coast to try out some new
plays for the coming theatrical season
in New York. t

Country cured hams sliced at the
Main Street Market. Phone 108. 13

(L. T. I.)
Jimmie Liddell broke his private
and much prized bat yesterday after afternoon
noon afternoon at practice but he picked up an another
other another and drove the next ball to the
right field fence with that new style,

left-handed batting he has adopted.
Joe Brennen came out to try for
first base. The old timer and x ex ex-leaguer
leaguer ex-leaguer has the ear-marks of a good
first baseman and swings a heavy bat
like it was a toothpick.
Harold Smith and Stephens .were
out for yesterday's practice and both
are hitting the pill square on the

nose.
There was no infield practice yester yesterday
day yesterday afternoon because the diamond is
too Tough to make practice worth
while. The entire afternoon was spent
in batting practice and in warming up
the arms. Eddington was out and
warmed up his pitching arm a little.
He has some swift ones and a good

hook.
How They Batted Last Year

Name Times at Bat Hits Pr. Ct.

Wood 158 39 .346

Harris 102 24 .235

Swink 32 7 .215

Liddell ..169 36 .213

F. Luff man ...107 22 .205
Leavengood ...127 24 .188

Brooks 124 23 .185

This average is based upon all

games played with the exception of
the farce with Chalmers and the first
game with Palatka which score was
lost.

Visit the Teapot Self Serve Grocery.
U a beauty you will like it. tf

Mr. and Mrs Sidney Watts of Mont Montgomery,
gomery, Montgomery, Ala., have been in the city
several days visiting Senator and
Mrs."E. L. Carney. Mr. and Mrs.
Watts are touring Florida in their car

with a view of locating in the state

They will go to Orlando and other
points tomorrow. The friends they
have made in Ocala hope they will de decide
cide decide to make this city their home.

Fresh strawberries received 'safter 'safter-noon,
noon, 'safter-noon, 30c. Cook' Market and Grocery.
Phone 243. It

Dancing at Silver Springs Friday
night, April 21st. Davis six-piece
orchestra. 20-2t

Mr. B. F. Condon and Mr. and Mrs.
J. Chas. Smith went to Jacksonville

Wednesday by auto, and returned

Thursday accompanied by Mrs. Con Condon,
don, Condon, who had been attending the

Grand Chapter of the Eastern Star.

The Ocala chapter was honored at the
Grand Chapter meeting by the elec election
tion election of Mrs. Condon as grand organist

for the ensuing year.

We have just unloaded a carload of

milk cows. Can be seen at Nichols &
Cobb's barns. 20-3t

Dr. and Mrs. Carney Wilson Mimms

and their two bright littls sons, who
have been the guests of Senator and

Mrs. E. L. Carney for several weeks,

have returned to their home in Win

ston-Salem, N. C, much to the regret

of their many Ocala friends.

Sweet milk at the Main Street Mar Market.
ket. Market. Phone 108. 13

wcLS e keter you care or

v'your eyes tne better

. vonr HVM will para -tnr

'5 i J J
'wwe you.
DR. K. J. WEIHE,
Optometrist and Optician
Eyesight Specialist

HIGH CLASS
AUTO PAINTING
We have just opened
our Auto Painting De Department,
partment, Department, on the third
floor, and our equipment
is in shape to do first first-class
class first-class work in this line.
Dust-proof rooms with
expert workmen enable
US tO GUARANTEE OUR WORK.
Give us a trial.
No Longer Necessary to
Send This Class of Work
Out of Town
Spencer-Pcdrick Motor Co.
BUICK DEALERS
Oklawaha Ave. Phone 8

INSURANCE

When you want reliable insurance,

fire or life, let me show you the propo

sitions offered by some of the strong strongest
est strongest companies in the land.
?-3-tf F. W. DITTO, Agent.

Oxford, April 19. Heard a fellow
criticised some time ago and called a
pessimist because he said, "judging
the present by the past, he was not
surprised at some things that were

happening." If, remember the "if,"

being able to judge the present by the
past and stearing clear of the rocks
and breakers on the shores of time is
pessimistic, we had better be a pes pessimist.
simist. pessimist. The man who cannot judge
the drift of the times by past experi experience,
ence, experience, is likely to fall for some slick
scheme and get caught like a sucker.
If the definition is correct, the man
who lays up for the proverbial rainy
day is a pessimist, and is later called
on to give alms to the optimist. There
is a silver lining to every dark and
angry looking cloud, but that cloud
may be accompanied by a disastrous
tornado. During the famine when our

crops are parching for lack of rain,
the roar of distant thunder may bring
joy to our souls, while it may be leav leaving
ing leaving death and destruction in its wake.

Some one said "keep your face to

ward the sunshine and the shadows

will fall behind you, but the pes pessimist
simist pessimist will watc hthe shadows too. The

optimistic grasshopper in the fable,

that sang all summer, died in the win winter,
ter, winter, but the pessimistic ant lived on

tne iooa stored up wnue tne grass grasshopper
hopper grasshopper was singing. Saw a fellow

the other day who had spent the win

ter in Florida frolicing with the tin
can tourists, but he had no job and
but little money.- He was an optimist.
The men in this community who were
Ufted out of a few thousand dollars

some time ago by get rich quick stock

salesmen were optimists, but they are

pessimists now, because they only saw

the bright side. It may pay to be a

pessimist sometimes. (Good sentiment,

but where is the news about Oxford)

Mr. and Mrs. N. A. Goodwin, former

Ocala residents, are being entertained
at Fort Lauderdale this week by Mr.

and Mrs. Alfred Beck. The latch-

string of the Beck home is always
hanging out and it is very few weeks

in the year that some Ocalan is not
being entertained there.

We have just unloaded a carload of

milk cows. Can be seen at Nichols &
Cobb's barns. 20-3t

Rev. C. F. Benjamin left last night

for Fishkill, N. Y., in response to a
telegram announcing the illness of his
brother. The friends of Rev. Benja Benjamin
min Benjamin hope that he will find his brother
improved when he arrives. Rev. Ben Benjamin
jamin Benjamin will probably spend the summer
ir. the north.

Dancing at Silver Springs Friday
night, April 21st. Davis six-piece

orchestra. 20-2t

Mr. Travis Collier returned home
yesterday from Daytona, where he

has been since Saturday. He was ac

companied by his mother Mrs. Fran Frances
ces Frances Collier, who has been visiting
friends in Daytona for the past two
weeks.

Mr. Geo. S. Sims, who has been liv living
ing living at Frostproof, will in the future
make his home in Ocala with his sis sisters,
ters, sisters, Misses Donnie and Ola Sims,
at the home of Mrs. Annie Akins. Mr.
Sims has taken a position with the
Postal Telegraph Company.

Sweet milk at the Main Street Mar Market.
ket. Market. Phone 108. 13

Diary of the vice president, cover covering
ing covering the period since his election: His
overcoat was stolen in February, 1921.

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HEMSTITCHING

Our hemstitching machine has now

arrived and we are ready tp do any

and all kinds of work in this line on

short notice. Phone 502 Green. Card

well Sewing Machine Co., 317 North

Magnolia St. 15-6t

Visit the Teapot Self Serve Grocery.

Ts a beauty you will like it. tf

Chiropractic for stomach, liver and
kidney troubles, also for headaches

and high blood pressure. Dr. Kip Kip-linger,
linger, Kip-linger, Ocala House. 18-6t

FRANK'S

The Fashion Center

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OCALA

FLORIDA

ECONOMY DAYS

April 22 April 24

Nutshell argument of chronic ob objectors
jectors objectors in Congress: "Your statement
was all wrong. What was it you
said?"

Consensus of view concerning the
radical uplifter: He's such an easy
man to get along without.

Experience has taught parents how
to handle a four-year-old by the
time he becomes a six-year-old.

BUY YOUR LUMBER
DIRECT FROM MILL
Save one-third your building
cost. We furnish lumber, lath,
shingles, doors, windows and
mill work and will save you
enough to make the effort worth
while.
SEND CARPENTER'S List
of lumber, doors and windows
needed and we will quote you
promptly. Bungalow Book Free.
GULF LUMBER CO,
Perry, Florida

CANDIES
cannot be made better
Practically every dealer advertising candies advertises them, as
best. It is easy for us to advertise along these lines for the very
simple reason that candies cannot be better made than, those we
stock. Made and packed by a house known for quality and purity
for many, many years. There's a reputation behind the goods of
deliciousness in each case and there's pleasure in eating. Boxes of
all sizes, all assortments and all popular prices.
We carry a full line of Norris Candy
COURT PHARMACY
"The Drag Store on the Square"

JUDGE THE QUESTION
. YOURSELF
You strive for purity in eatables
and everything else about your home.
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
your requirements.
Ocala Ice & Packing Co.
OCALA, FLORIDA

NEEDHAM MOTOR
COMPANY
PLUMBING & ELECTRICAL
CONTRACTING
GENERAL AUTO
REPAIRING
PHONE 252

FLOWERED VOILES
Pretty designs and a
Regulai 50c quality, per yd

DOTTED SWISSES
. Reasonable Shades. Imported.
Regular price, $1.50 per yard.
Economy Days Special, per yd

IMPORTED VOILES
Pretty flowered designs,
$1.50 value. Special price, yd.

IMPORTED TISSUE GINGHAMS
Pretty check and plaid designs
A great value, per yard

FRENCH GINGHAMS
Attractive designs, sells for 75c yd
Special price per yard

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You Can Buy These Brands o! Flour
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PRACTICAL CONTRACTOR
AND BUILDER
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..

Every Sack Guaranteed
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