This morning, 60.
Tils afternoon, 82.
Generally fair tonight
OGALA, FLORIDA, TUESDAY, MARCH 15. 1921
AT MIDNIGHT TIME
If You Have Not Filed Your Income
Tax Return by that Time, You
are in Trouble
; Washington, March 15 The "Amer "American
ican "American people today made their income
tax returns for 1920 and the govern government
ment government as a result will be lkher tonight
by approximately $500,000,000 ac according
cording according to an estimate by the treas treasury.
ury. treasury. The receipts will be needed im immediately
mediately immediately to retire short term bor borrowings
rowings borrowings by the government amount amounting
ing amounting to half a billion dollars. Citizens
have until midnight tonight to file
their returns. ;
EXTRA SESSION OVER
The extra session of the Senate
which began March 4th ended shortly
before noon today after confirming a
few additional nominations by Pres President
ident President Harding.
SHIPPING BOARD MUST WAIT
1 1t was expected that President
Harding would send the nominations
RUSSIA'S GOUHTEn CQMH1G ACROSS
HLUTi! WITH THE COM
Tretzkey ai Lenta Seeai to be Los
ing Control of Their
List of Supporters of the Baseball
Team- May It Rapidly
The following have subscribed to
(Associated Press) I the support of the baseball team for
Stockholm, March 15 The Russian! this summer. If your name tent on
bolshevik authorities seem to be los-j the list don't waste time blushing
ins? control over the soviet troops ac-lwith shame iust hustle a check to
cording to dispatches from Finland! Mr. C. K. Sage
and Esthonia. A traveler from Kron-lR. T. Adams $.75.00
stadt denied bolsheviki reports that I Chero-Cola plant 60.00
some of the Kronstadt forts had been a A. Fort 40.00
captured by the bolsheviki. He said Marion Hardware Co. 40.00
the revolutionary leadership wasjThe Court Pharmacy 40.00
wholly in the hands of laborers and (Harvey Clark 40.00
declared the fight for the fortress Dr. E. G. Peek 50.00
OF THE STATE
Especially Fish and Game on the
Program Mapped Out for the
would be a long one.
CANADA'S WELCOME TO IT
Anti-Monopoly Drug Store... 40.00
Munroe & Chambliss Bank... 30.00
Frank's, Inc. 30.00
Dr. C. W. Moremen 25.00
R. L. Anderson 25.00
Tallahassee, March 15. Conserva
tion of the natural resources of the
state, especially fish and game, is one
subject the legislature is expected to
consider, it was learned here today.
Persons interested said they are al almost
most almost certain that steps toward the es establishment
tablishment establishment of fish hatcheries to re replenish
plenish replenish the streams and propagating
reservations for restocking the for forests
ests forests with wild fowl and animals will
TIN CAN JUBILEE IN
THE UNIVERSITY TOWN
: All OPPRESSOR
Talaat Bey Paid a Part of the Long
Score of Tyranny Against
Berlin, March 15. Talaat Pasha,
former grand vizier and minister of
finance of Turkey, was assassinated
here today, being shot to death. His
murderer, an Armenian student, was
TO FLY TO THE
Is Liable to Land in a Hotter Place
than Tallahassee If He Doesn't
MEETING OF ECLECTIC
(Associated Press j
New York, March 15. The world's I E. S. Gernant 25.00
championship match between Demp- W. A. Miller 25.00
sey and Carpentier will be held on E. C. Jordan & Co. 25.00
the American1 continent, Tex Rickard, James J. Taylor .. 25.00
the promoter, announced, today. Rick- R. B. Meffert 25.00
ard said that Carpentier would arrive E. S. Mickler 20.00
for shipping board members at the j from France by May first to begin S. B. Ware 20.00
last session but the White House tele-1 training. The fight will be held in R. Lv Anderson Jr 20.00
phoned there was some delay in se I Canada." B. Goldman ......... .1 20.00
lecting the personneof the board and j JW. -J. Thomas 20.00
Senator Lodge moved adojurnment. FIVE LIVES LOST IN L.T. Izlar.. 20.00
A RAILROAD FIRE Blalock Bros. ... 20.00
M. C. Izlar : ..: 20.00
(Associated Press) Jake Goldman 20.00
x Pueblo, Colo., March 15. Five per- N. P. Davis 20.00
sons, were burned to death when thelL. H. Chazal 20.00
rear Pullman of a train on the Denver IT. D. Lancaster Jr 1 20.00
& Rio Grande caught fire early today! A. S. Burgess 20.00
between Pueblo and Walsenberg. The Commercial Bank 20.00
Mack Taylor 20.00
The Florida Eclectic Medical Asso Association
ciation Association will hold a meeting here to tomorrow.
morrow. tomorrow. About 75 doctors are expect expected
ed expected to be in attendance. The meeting
was to have been held in the court
house but a special hearing in the
(Associated Press) j court will prevent, and the American
Gainesville, March 15. The tin can Legion has very kindly agreed to let
tourists jubilee began here today! tee association meet on the drill floor
with more than 2000 automobile ki the armory. Morning and after-
campers concentrated at the local noon sessions will be held, beginning
camp site.'". The jubilee began with at 10 o clock.
a parade in which a university bat
talion, the American Legion, Boy DIVERSIFICATION OF CROPS
Miami, March 15. Senator Tom
Campbell of this district has charter-
ed an. airplane in which to go to,Talla to,Talla-jhassee
jhassee to,Talla-jhassee for the meeting of the legisla
ture next month.
MESSENGER BOYS WANT MORE
The Western Union messengers
here today struck for higher pay.
They want their old wages, which
were cut 30 per cent last week, re restored.
stored. restored. MIAMI SCHOOLS IN DANGER
Property owners in the Miami sub sub-school
school sub-school district today are voting on a
$300,000 bond issue. Should the is issue
sue issue fail it is declared the city schools
will close immediately as the salary
fund for teachers has been exhausted.
Scouts and many civic organizations
and tourists participated. The cele celebration
bration celebration will continue through Friday.
ADVOCATED BY DEAN COOPER
' FIRST BASEBALL FATALITY
Of the Season Took Place in Chicago
Among Youthful Players
4 Yesterday Afternoon
CRIMINAL COURT WANTED
IN ST. LUCIE COUNTY
Lexington, Ky March 14. Diversi
fication of crops and cropping systems
whereby the South may more nearly
sustain itself are necessary, accord according
ing according to Dean Thomas P. Cooper of the
State College Association of Agricul-
move-ltural Workers. The farmer also should
BASKET BALL GAME
ChicagoMarch 15.-The first base- Origin of the fire is uiiknown
ball fatality of "the year occurred here
yesterday. Joseph Mattloa, aged 13, SOUTHERN PINE UP
was struck on the head by a ball in
a game w'th playmates and died sev
eral hours later. He was dazed at
first by the blow and recovered quick quick-.
. quick-. ly, but collapsed last night.
OF HUDSON RIVER TUNNEL I
Spencer-Pedrick Motor Co.... 20.00
Walkley & Barnett 20.00
IN FEDERAL COURT C. K. Sage 20.00
R. S. Rogers 20.00
(Associated. Press) jW. H. Marsh 20.00
St. Louis, March 15. Arguments J. H. Goode 20.00
are scheduled before Federal Judge! Star Publishing Co. 20.00
Faris here today in the suit of thelH. A. Da vies- .... 10.00
government looking toward dissolu-1 Autogenous Welding Co. . 12.00
tion of the Southern Pine Association, H. A. Wartmann 10.00
on a charge of violation of the Sher-IL. S. Mason 10.00
man anti-trust act. The government I J. A. Perkins 10.00
- (Associated Press)
Washington, March s 15. Further alleges a conspiracy ..to curtail thejc P. Davis
investigation of the projected Hudson Isupply and to increase the 'price of Kumbak Service Station 10.00 morrow,
river vehicular tunnel between ixew
York city and New Jersey is being
made by the bureau of mines in co cooperation
operation cooperation with the tunnel commissions
of both states. The main problem pre
sented is that of rendering ,the air
in the tunnel safe for drivers while
hundreds of automobiles are exhaust exhaust-ing
ing exhaust-ing gases from their motors. The
bureau of mines has built a model of
yellow pine lumber.
CONTINUES IN CHICAGO
Ocala Marble Works.
S. P. Phillips
C. C. Bryant
W. A. Stroud
Wayne Ten Eyck ........
federal I Tuck Rooney
Fort Pierce, -March 15 A
ment is on foot to ask the legislature I get a larger percentage of the value
to abolish the county court in St. Lu-lof his crops, and a credit system that
cie and substitute a criminal court of I fits agriculture adopted, he said.
record, which would have jurisdiction The South, Dean Cooper said, is
over all crime except rape and mur-1 more nearly organized under the
der. A mass meeting will be held to-county agent system than any other
nigm to aeciae upon aenmie action, ipart oz me country, a greav ueai u.
effective work has been carried on, he
THEY'LL BE TIRED said.
BEFORE THEY'RE THRU Speaking of the work being at
tempted in the South, Dean Cooper
Leesburg, March 15. The Nationals said:
Editorial Association is touring Lake! "The Association of Southern Agri Agri-county
county Agri-county today in automobile. The cultural Workers was organized 21
special will leave tonight for Lake-years ago. Its membership comprises
land, where the editors will spend to-1 the leaders of agricultural work in
the agricultural colleges, experiment
stations, extension divisions, commer
SUNDAY STUNT OF RECORD. rial concerns interested in agricultur
BREAKING TAIL SPINS al progress and agricultural repre
sentatives of the great transportation
Lakeland, March 13. Flying above systems in the several Southern
Tomorrow afternoon at 5 o'clock on
the high school court the Wildcats
will play the O. H. S. team. The fol following
lowing following is the line-up for. the Wildcats:
Kathleen Leitner, jumping center;
Louise Spencer, running center; Net-,
tie Camp and Blair Woodrow, guards;
Loureen Spencer and Callie Gissen Gissen-daner,
daner, Gissen-daner, forwards; Annie Pope Eagle Eagle-ton,
ton, Eagle-ton, Alice Sexton and Ruth Simmons,
. The Wildcats have been practicing
bard for the past few weeks, and a
tip top game is expected. This team
has put up mighty good games in the
past and now that it has bees re
organized with practically the '' old
personnel, lovers of this, sport can
look forward to an exciting game. Let
everybody turn out and give the' local
teams a good boost. Admission, 25
and 35 cents.
the tunnel at Urbana, where the Uni-1 the preparation of their case in oppo-
versily of Illinois is located, and lslsition to the railroad executives' re
conducting experiments to determine j quest for abrogation, of shop agree
the best method of moving the requir- j ments, pending a response of the ex
ed amount of air through the tunnel. J ecutives to the request that they ap
pear before the board Friday
ANOTHER LITTLE BLOW OUT
-OCCURRED IN IRELAND I EVERYTHING IS QUIET
IN SPRINGFIELD, OHIO
Dublin, March 15. Five police re
cruits were wounded jby the explosion
of a bomb here last night
Chicago," March 15. The
railroad labor board went into execu- H. D. Leavengood 5.00
tive session today wliUe represents.- James Gilmore ...... 5.00
tives of railroad employes completed I H. D. Stokes 5.00
A. E. Gerig 5.00
M. Murray 5.00
Springfield, March 15, National
while guardsmen on duty here since Friday
searching a house. Three civilians
were killed and several wounded by
the explosion. V-
NEW YORK LIBRARIES
' BECOMING POPULAR
New York, March 15. Unemploy Unemployment
ment Unemployment and lower wages are serving to
. make New York increasingly literary.
A drift from the moving picture thea theaters
ters theaters seems perceptible.
.These are the statements V which
come from officials of the city's public
5 libraries, who declare that new phe phenomenon
nomenon phenomenon has been observed crowd crowding
ing crowding of branch libraries during the
morning hours as well as during the
afternoon and evening.
The recent rapid increase in the
patronage of the branch libraries is
attributed chiefly to unemployment
and to lower wages.
ELECTIONS IN CUBA
to prevent racial disturbances were
withdrawn today. The city authori authorities
ties authorities announced they were able to deal
with any further disturbances.
LADY HAD KNOWN JAKE
ENTIRELY TOO. LONG
Ardmore, Okla, March 15. Clara
Ham on took the stand today in her
own defense in her trial for the mur
der of Jake Hamon. She was compos
ed and spoke,, in a well controlled
voice. She said she had known Ha
mon for many years.
CAPITAL AND LABOR
HEADED FOR A CLASH
Havana, March 15. Partial elec elections
tions elections are being held today in five
Cuban 'provinces to decide who shall
be. president of Cuba for the next four
years. Six provinces were involved
in irregularities discovered, in the
November election but the Voters of
one will not go to the polls until
New York, March 15Repre senta
tives of common labor on the New
York Central railroad today rejected
the wage cuts proposed. Officials
thereupon notified the. men the reduc
hons would become effective April 1.
Get your Easter dyes early at the
Court Pharmacy. Phone 284. 9-6t
For uniform mileage buy Miller
ires at the Kumbak Service Station.
Sterling Silver Flatware has been
reduced 20 per cent at THE BOOK
SHOP. ". 15-3t
They're good to the "last bite'-the
cinnamon rolls made by the Federal
visit the Guarantee
Don fail to
Jlothing & Shoe Company. Every
lung we sell is guaranteed. We're
.ghting for QUALITY not prices, tf
L. E. Futch
R. B. Fort
ishel Brothers ..
G. C Green
W. H. Perkins ...
T. Jennings 4.00
Alfred Jennings .... 4.00
George Howell 3.00
W. K. Richardson 2.00 1
M. M. Carter ........ A 2.00 j
Carroll Frazier 3.00
A. Adams 2.00
O, V. Edwards' 2.00
C. B. Rawls 3.00
H. L. Walters 2.00
Jirash Grocery 1.00
Lakeland this afternoon, George W.l states.
Haldeman, formerly liteutenant in the The object of the association has
army air service, claims he broke the been to unify and co-ordinate agricul
world's tail spin record in an airplane, tural effort particularly to bring about
Haldeman dropped from an altitude! greater co-operation in the expert
of 8600 feet to 800 feet in one min-1 mental and Investigational work in
ute fifteen seconds, the descent taking (the experiment stations. Its result is
twenty-eight revolutions. Haldeman the conservation of funds thereby en
carried a passenger, W. F. Hallam of jlarging the opportunity for effective
Chicago, but there was no official ob-Jwork and broldening the field of ae-
server. He announced tonight thatltivity. Its studies, reports and con-
he will attempt next Sunday to better ferences -embrace the' field of animal
his today's record and it is possible J husbandry, crop development and the
the attempt willbe officially timed.! various economic aspects of finance,
NEW BOOK AT THE LIBRARY
The official tail spin record is said to marketing and tenancy as related to
be 7000 feet drop. So clear was the the farm problems of the South.
Condon 5.00 atmosphere the aviator stated that he The. county agent system carries
could see Tampa Bay. Lake Anonka the information developed by the ex-
and a lake at Kissimmee, points fromlperiment stations of the agricultural
30 to 45 miles from Lakeland. colleges and by the department of ag
riculture to the farmers of the state.
Easter cards at THE BOOK SHOP. The South has more nearly organized
The Ocala public library is receiv
ing many new books. Below is a par partial
tial partial list whichwill be of interest to
"The Airship Boys in Finance."
The Dreadnaught Boy Aboard a
"Our Young Aeroplane Scouts at
"Isobel by Curwood.
"Potterism," by Rose McCartney.
The Lifted VeiL"
The Old Christmas Dinner," by
Under the head of games the fol
lowing will be of interest to all, old
and young alike: "Baseball," Toot Toot-ball
ball Toot-ball Without a Coach" and "Interior
Decoration for Modern Needs."
the agricultural counties for county
Extra nice strawberries just arrived agent work than any other section of
at Quality Fruit Store. Phone 218:
Norris' Candies are the best and
can be had only at the Court Pharma Pharmacy.
cy. Pharmacy. Phone 284. 9-6t
Come to the Hall Tomorrow Night'
It takes nine men for four months
to make a team. Of course, the gate
receipts will help us some and we
dont have to pay all the men as much
as we are paying two or three of
them, but $1329 won't put Ocala on
the baseball map for the summer of
1921. If we want our town printed
on the map in letters big enough to
read with a glass we will have to dig
a little deeper, than this. Players
hired out and out and not working in
Ocala cost $150 a month. Men work
ing in Ocala who lose time when out
practicing and playing get pay for
whatever time lost. It wil ltake $960
a month to run the team. That makes
$4000 for four months games. Now
how many of, you folks are going to
meet with the association tomorrow
night at the Board of Trade hall?
Every man there puts that much more
pep in the Ocala team. Come if you
have money to give. Come if you have
money and wont give it. Come if all
you have is a line of hot air. .We need
heating up. Remember the date, 8
o'clock Wednesday night. L. T. L.
Don't fail to visit the Guarantee
Clothing & Shoe Company. Every
thing we sell is guaranteed. We're
fighting for QUALITY sot prices, tf
Dodge For Sale: A Dodge touring
car, 1918 model, $300. Apply to the
14-2t CARROLL MOTORS CO.
PRIMARY SCHOOL HONOR ROLL
FOR SALE Tomato plants, 15 cents
per 100; 100,000 improved Porto
Rico sweet potato slips ready to
plant now, $1.50 per 1000. Send
orders, to C. Y. Miller, 124 South
Tenth St, Ocala, FIs. 15-tf
If you want the best in tires, buy
the Hood. Kumbak Service Station. 6t
Some new Victor records at THE
BOOK SHOP. 15-3t
the country. A. great amount of ef
fective county work had been carried
on through the county demonstration
agent before the passage of the
Smith-Lever act in 1914 and its con continuance
tinuance continuance has resulted In a great awak awakening.
"Programs of diversification for
farming, soil building, live stock pro production
duction production and better liviner conditions
on the farm have given an impetus to
a better agricultural wealth. War
conditions with the accompanying
high prices and demands affected
cropping systems until too much at
tention was given to the money crops.
such as cotton and tobacco. Present
market conditions, with their accom accompanying
panying accompanying tragedies of loss, increased
indebtedness and greatly impaired
buying power of the farmer, again
point out the necessity of the mainte maintenance
nance maintenance of diversification and of crop
ping systems by which the South may
more nearly sustain itself and the
importance of the continued develop
ment of the livestock industry."
The following pupils of the primary
school have been perfect in attendance
and in spelling during the past school
First Grade: Arthur McAteer.
Second Grade: Elsie Shephard,
Doris Ballard. Anis Hunter, Virginia
Wagner, Foy Tally, Levy Holder, Les Leslie
lie Leslie Harris, Leonora Taylor, Muriel
Galloway, Helen Watt, Evelyn Toffa Toffa-letti,
letti, Toffa-letti, Ethel Leavengood, Andry Hill-
man, William Lloyd, Allan Rodger.
Third Grade: Ruth Baker, Thelma
Knoblock, Herbert Bateman, James
The following pupils have been per
fect in spelling when present:
Second Grade: Margaret Michael,
Eva Ward, Agnes Morgan, Ruth Wat Watson.
son. Watson. Third Grade: Mary Bodiford Shep Shephard,
hard, Shephard, Katie Lou Rivers.
Get your candy at the old price of
one dollar per pound at Ceng's Drug
Store. Nunnally's and Liggett, tf
New prices on all sterling silver
goods at THE BOOK SHOP. 15-3t
Nux and Iron Tablets will tone up
the sytsem and give you strength.
Efttles of 100 at one' dollar each at
iGerig'i Drug Store. tf
Extra nice strawberries just arrived
at Quality Fruit Store. Phone 218.
If it's auto accessories, we've got
em. Kumbak Service Station. 12-Ct
"Lord, dont send more blessings
than I can take care of, but when
they get a good start, an' act like they
want to keep coming, dont stop 'em,"
So. when your roof leaks, dont
pray for the ram to ttop,' but writ
The Roof Doctor, and let him stop all
present leaks and prevent future
leaks. ( Ninety days trial before we
accept your money. Should jour roof
leak in five years, after I repair it, I
will repair it free. The Roof Doctor,
care Evening Star. 15-St
OCALA EVENING STAR, TUESDAY. MARCH 15. 1921
sappOieiour government will be fool
ish enough to pay the claim, but if
that hotel man was anything better
p.Mt.ke ErtrfDirEieeyt s.4y fcy j a German he would be proud of
STAR. PUBLISHING COMPANY,
R. R. Crrll. Pre14et
TO THE PEOPLE
OF DISTRICT NO.
Many of the people of our district
those shoe tracks on his floor andi aske1 me to have work done on
thank God every, day that the men
who wore them came across the sea.
Entered at OeaU. Fla postofflee aa
econd-class matter. 5
Basts cm ora
The city of Fiume seems populated
principally by fiooles.' Before the war
Fiume did big S business with Amer-
ica, and tho the United States has
never recognized Fiume as a separate
state it sent a consul there in order
to "facilitate trade and immigration,
. ;.fi I0' Which there Is aaid to be much, de
siring an outlet. The little govern-
inBKB "A8sociATKifFHKS Iment of Fiume. however, was on its
3AieJwa dignity and refused to receive the
all-newa dispatches credited to It or consul. The people of Fiume, which
&0Vwi!iJmS&Z is bout as big as Jacksonville, cant
SjJSFSSwl&Zffl any business with America unless
uoHm.c nWCH.rr.ovHAT they have an American consuL and
On year, la advance .......... s-"- cv-
titx months, in adranca I ognize them as a separate govern-
. m.vw .. ... ....
Thrc months, in advanca
One month, in aavance
to Iment, so "they will have to
their own grease.
;i ADVBllTISWO CAf!S
Otorlayi Plate IS cents pr Inch tot
consecutive Insertions. -Alternate tnaer-
tlons 25 per cent taoiuonn. .... ..
tion chances on us. m mo ie u mwu urn uays in ue wua west norse
filt? So Ve7centPaddiuaL t and cattle thieves were promptly
based on 4-lnch minimum. is- Igtrnne UD to the most convenient tree
Says the Tampa Times: In the
. !.... lr A hfffh.r
which will furnished upon applloa-1 when they were caught--or, if a tree
tton. 1.2.' ... ii.. 'lint tnvnvanient fhaiV. iarissua
HaMiBK IVetieeai O ceuu per iiu iui
first, insertion: cents, per une nr n Iwere riddled With bullets
.nhauinnt inrtion. One change
week allowed on readers without extra
composition charges. r
Legal advertisements it legal rates.
certain roads. It" will be impossible 1
to comply with their requests this
year as of the allotment for. this dis district,
trict, district, $11479.65, had been reduced to
$3,169.74 from Oct 1st, 1920, to Jan.
3rd, 1921. Of this balance we will
have to use sparingly for no more will
come in until Oct. 1st, when the new
budget comes in. -Some little differ
ence between $8000 for, three months
and : $3000 for nine months, and not
likely to get all that as taxes will
usually fall .short of estimates. Will
try to do something the coming year.
Respectfully, G. A. Waters.
Published by Request of the State
Board of Health
a common saying that they were
"hanged and then tried." If any of the
crooks operating in the state are
The naked Truth would feel pretty caught, with reasonable proof of their
much at home in any bunch of society guilt, the Times will have nothing to
dames. I say in condemnation if this rule is ap
plied to them. These scoundrels are
Household receipt The, best and! murderers at heart, and it will be
nniokoot wav to remove a stain from I rendering a distinct service to society
cloth is to cut it out with a pair, of to put them in an earth prison two
scissors. ; I feel wide and six feet deep.
: : M
The early hours of the day are I av dispatch from St. Petersburg
lucky for the bird who's, up to catch says; "Public school systems of Flor-
the worm. Times-Union. ida were roundly roasted by the Rev.
Unlucky for, the 'worm, tho'. And Dr. W. W."; Herman in a sermon he
we can't all be birds. preached at the First Baptist church
here last night. He declared that the
No, dear friends, the paragraph in schools ; are training actors and danc danc-Monday's
Monday's danc-Monday's Star, about splitting tongues ers and are devoting too much time
in' hell was jiot directed at any partic- to called school activities. He says
ular person. But we all know some- America is following the footsteps of
body it would hit, don't we. I Germany and that the school system
lis .being' broken down by sacrificing
In 1846, America sent supplies to I essentials and principles to activi-
keep alive the Irish, starving from J ties."
the failure of their potato crop, and
since that time America has given Mr. Laurie T." Izlar will, we rejoice
more in charity than all the rest of J to' say; write baseball for the Star
the world put together. (this summer. Being that his name is
long and life is short, he will write
If that aviator who broke the I over the obscure and intricate nom de
world's tailspin record above Lake- plume of "L. T. L.," which the same are
land Sunday, and is going to try to his own initials. We always knew
break it again next Sunday, breaks Laurie was a smart boy, but found
his neck instead, what a giggle the out only the other day that he could
Sunday observers will have. v ', I write.; He hands out snappy stuff, and
we expect everybody to read his col-
We, are printing today on the first umn "before they turn to the editorial
page a nice long list of the5 patriots 1 page.
who will support the Ocala baseball
team this summer. If it isn't long! Florida's election laws strictly pro-
- Educational Features
There should be posted in men's lav lavatories
atories lavatories venereal disease placards.
These placards give to men the essen essential
tial essential facts about venereal diesases,
prostitution and sex hygiene in as few
and simple words as possible. They
have been successful in helping large
numbers of men. Frequently the pla placards
cards placards include an announcement of the
hours and location of the local vene venereal
real venereal clinic and direct many needy peo
ple to its service. Every public lava lavatory
tory lavatory in your municipality should have
a placard in it.
Pamphlets are available now for
young men and women, boys and older
girls, parents, teachers and the gener general
al general public.
. These pamphlets are usually read
with interest and preserved by those
who receive them. Care should always
be used to see that they get into the
right hands and are not wasted by
careless distribution. Distribution at
the conclusion of a meeting and upon
individual, request in answer to an
announcement or advertisement have
proved to be successful methods. Un Unsolicited
solicited Unsolicited distribution to unselected
groups is not wise. Handing the pam
phlet individually to the person want
ing it is always better than sending it
through the mail.
The public ilbrary should have
available for parents and for other
persons copies of each of the social
hygiene books on the selected list
approved by the committee appointed
by the Public Health Service and is
sued to all libraries in the United
"Spring, Spring; Beautiful Spring" No,
you're mistaken; we're not going -to
write a poem on i "Beautiful Spring
Time." We just wanted to call your
attention to the fact thit
:We have a complete line of ap appliances
pliances appliances for landing the finny
tribe. The few items that were
missing in our last season's line
have now been supplied, and
you will find everything here
ready for you.
We haye takn the Ocala Agency for the
This is the Niftiest little Motor, ever
put on the market. Its construc construc-is
is construc-is so simple that even an ameteur
can readily learn to operate it.
Come in and let us show it to you
enough '.to suit you? and your name hibit any person paying the poll taxes
isnt on it; you know how to lengthen I of any other person. Now we do not
it. : I want to see our newly enfranchised
I voters branded as law breakers, so
Tampa Times has had a tilt with I would suggest that' the legislature
Col.' W. J. Simmons, imperial wizard I amend the ; law so that husbands and
knight of Ku Klux Elan, and come off I fathers may pay the poll taxes of their
first best.' Colonel Simmons is a blam-1 wives ; and daughters. Jacksonville
ed old fraud, and no man who has the I Times-Union.
real inteerst of the South at ; heart j Legislature better lgt law alone,
and a full comprehension of what he J Ma and daughter have more time than
is doing, will join his foolish and un- dad to go to the tax1 collector.
We are also in position to equip your base-hall tesm with eveiy known base baseball
ball baseball accessory from a catcher's mit to a complete nnifoum.
Headquarters for Sporting Goods and Gent's Furnishings
r T.iAbii5. SIS
No public library is doing its part ..........
in' education if it does not actually I twiWfWWfWiWiMft
furnish these books to parents. Many
libraries are making special efforts to
&w- iii; : y mr
hands Dy sending out booic lists to an
parents of the community and by
.Delectable disDlav of Snrinr Fab-
The Miami Herald hits the bullseye lrica- for vour- Easter Dresses at
dead center when it says: I i?tqttpt c iK-tf
,w If the boisterous optimist who keeps J
emphasizing his opinion as to lthe Yon wfllha nam 'than deliehted
prosperity of the times would only go I when you try a box of bur delicious
w wors ana Decome a useiui proaucer, i jg Candy, and our Martha
he might help to make real the fancied WuhinHon randvl 'THE VOGUE is
abundance of good things of whkWfce at yonr service; Phone 58a or 668 for
- in certain sections of Tibet they eat
we onae s moiner at -tne weaoing A strengthening tonic there is
feast. And, we suppose, thesociety nothing better than Nox and ,Iron
editors write: The mother-in-law was Tonic Tablets, $1 per bottle of 100
roasted to a delicious brown." Gener- tablets at Ceng's Drug Store. Guar-
aUy she is here in America, but not Mttej or m0ney back. tf
mZX. 11 IT
tikeruiiy. xuiami neraio.
- A" good mother-in-law is a gods gods-blessing
blessing gods-blessing to any young family.
.. The aVariety" is a new package of
Norris Candies on sale here. Sixteen
varieties in each package. The Court
They attempted to lynch a negro I Pharmacy.' Phone 284. 9-6t
man for criminal assault on a white
girl m Springfield, Ohio. After all
blood is thicker than political propa-
" ganda. Tampa Tribune.
Nay, Friend Trib. political propa-
ganda will set neighbor against neigh-1
bor and brother against brother.4 And
it will continue that way quite a while
holding parents' meetings.
A good lecturer is hard to find. Usu Usually
ally Usually a physician or health officer can
speak most effectively. But the knowl knowledge'
edge' knowledge' of the medical facts regarding
venereal diseases is not sufficient for
success. "A lecturer must know how
to use simple language. He must
possess an attractive personality and
' i must be careful not to stress the ab
normal facts concerning sex and dis disease
ease disease to the neglect of the normal hy
giene of sex and the stressing of the
wholesome and idealistic aspects of
the subject." Women physicians with
a broad, human -sympathy, social
viewpoint, and without traditional
sentimentality have been found to
have great 'success in speaking to
girls of all types. Your city should
eventually develop men and women
especially fitted as lectures. For the
time being lecturers can be obtained
from almost all state boards of health.
Approved motion pictures now
available are the following: Fit to
Win, intended especially for male
adults; "The End of the Road," in
tended especially for older girls and
women; "Wow Laie isegins," tne story
of normal reproduction in flowers and
lower animals, for both adults and
children, and "Open Your Eyes," for
general audiences. Other films are
now being prepared.
There are several Unreliable and
sensational motion pictures and lee
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! Vl STAR JOB DEPARTMENT
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LETTERDEADS, C1LLDEADS,' CARDS, CIRCULARS, FOLDERS, FINE BOOKLETS, ETC.
We never disappoint a customeron a promise.
' You get the job when its due.
Sentilla the mild cigar.
Vt ti 1 r rr A' 1 fi
r ONE OF FLORIDA'S BEST GARAGES
Exnert JReoairs Tires Gas ona Oil
Main Street, Opposite Foundry ; OCALa. FLORIDA
effect on audiences is doubtful if not tions should not arrange for the show- and lecturer not endorsed by the state
turers now touring the country whose! positively harmful. Local orgamza- ing of any motion picture or schedule board of bealtn.
Raising the Family- Will you just Glance at-Ma. now!
We thought some such a news item
as ine iouowing -would soon come
m Miami, Fla., March 14. Warrant
for the arrest of Bennett Severen of
Coinjock, N. a, charged with the
theft of a seaplane valued at $10,000
J has been issued. Severen is a mechan
ic and hisr wife left with him with the
U-plane ten days ago, it is charged."
" The proprietor of a Paris '" hotel
-wants $125,000 from our-government
'' for damage done to his floors during
Alihe peace conference by the hob hob-"
" hob-" jiailed shoes of American soldiers. We
J Vine fcofSwotKl j 1 pro Yoo q
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OCALA EVENING STAB, TUESDAY. MARCH 15, 1921
DJMCJM&.JMt' .M M iM rJS
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I an olleris0 retire ? Ccl-ntia Ceteris Gat
regularly sold for 85 cents and $LO caca zlZOctzl
This collection --cesfala s i seae cf lie pe;rr
dance music, songs and Oiwallaa cssie. aboeciilc
records. Come la asd make yesz self ciicx
I an given yea a list feelbw cf a few ef Use
571 My Old Kentucky Home-M Columbia Mate Quartet)
Uncle, Josh at Meeting of School House Director.
2460 Calico (Fox Trot). V
When You Come Back (One-Step)'
2570 TacUn 'Em Down (Van & Schenck)
Youll Always Find Sanshine.
2629 Beans, Beans, Beans (Gus Van).
I'm Too Tired to Make Love (G.us Van).
2675 Qaand Madelon (French Army Band).
Le Tranu (French Army Band).
2690 On the Road to Calais (Al Jolson).
'Never Too Late to be Sorry (Sterling Trio).
2722 Egyptland, Fox Trot (Fuller's Rectory Nov. Orchestra).
Mummy Mine, Fox Trot (Fuller's Novelty Orchestra).
2725 Longing (Sterling Male Trio).
Lullaby Blues (American Quartet)
272S Turkestan (Murray and American Quartet).
Idol (Young and Reardoq).
2731 Fires of Faith (Peerless Quartet).
Heart of Humanity (Charles Harrison).
2744 Friends (Sterling Trio).
I'm Going to Climb the Mountains (Campbell and Burr).
2748 You're Making a Miser of Me (Henry Burr).
Some Day You'll be Sorry (I. & J. Kaufman.)
2749 Music of Wedding Chimes (Peerless Quartet).
Dear Old Sue (Henry Burr).
2751 One and Two and Three and Four, Roek-a-Bye
Monte Cristo Jr., Fox Trot (Waldorf-Astoria Orchestra)
2754 My Little Sunshine (Charles Harrison)
How Can You Say Goad-Bye (I. & J Kaufman)
2755 My Swanee Home (Sterling Trio)
Sugar Coated .Chocolate Boy (Campbell & Burr)
2774 The Gates of Gladness (Arthur Fields)
If You Don't Stop (Arthur Fields)
2777 Chinese Lullaby (Columbia Orchestra)
Chacone (Columbia Orchestra)
2787 Who" Played Poker with Pocahontas (AlJolson)
. Alexander's Band is Back (Harry Fox)
2799 Cleo, Fox Trot ( Yerkes Jazarimba Orchestra)
Taxi, One Step (Waldorf-Astoria Dance Orchestra)
,2817 Only, Fox Trot (Art Hickman's Orchestra)
Chinese Lullaby (Waldorf-Astoria ; Danes Orchestra)
2822 Lullaby Time (Harrison and James)
Out of a Clear Sky (Henry Burr)
2834 Temperamental Rag (Guido Deiro)
Lola, One-Step (Guido Deiro)
2843 Sunny Weather Friends (Campbell & Burr)
Now I Know (Lewis James) -. :
2845 Hand in Hand Again (Campbell & Burr)
, My Love Song, My Roses and You (Harrison)
2855 Slim Trombone (Columbia Band) 1
A Cat-Astrophe (Columbia Orchestra)
2858 Cairo, One-Step (Art Hickman's Orchestra)
Rose Room, Fox Trot (Art Hickman's Orchestra)
2861 Was There Ever a Pal Like You (Henry Burr)
Chloe (Al Jolson)
2863 All That I Want is You (Henry 'Burr)
, When the Harvest Moon is Shining (Lewis James)
2864 When You're 'Alone, Fox Trot (Paul Blese Trio)
Just Like the Rose, Fox Trot (Paul Blese)
2865 Oh, Mother, I'm Wild (Jack Kaufman)
Why Did You Do It? (Jack Kaufman)
2866 Comrades (Campbell & Burr)
Sweethearts (Gladys Rica and Charles Harrison)
2867 Some Day You'll Know-r( Henry Burr)
Down in My Heart (Charles Harrison)
2883 Afghanistan, Fox Trot (Prince's Dance Orchestra)
Mohammed, Fox Trot (Prince'aDance Orchestra)
2886-lSunrise and You (George Meader)
I'll Think of Ycu, When Evening Shadows FalL
2888 Good-Night, Angelina (Peerless Quartet)
We Must Have a Song to Remember-(Peerfes Quartet)
2891 First Walts (Marconi Brothers)
Selections from "Faust ( Marconi Brothers)
2895 Bo-La-Bo (Ted Lewis Jazz Band) V ;
Venetian Moon, Fox Trot (Kentucky Serenaden)
2906 Oriental Stars, One-Step (Prince's Dancr Orchestra)
- Bound in Morocco (Prince's Dance Orchestra)
2907 Abe Kabibble at the Ball Game (Henry Harshfield)
Abe Kabibble Dictating a Letter.
2910 The Crocodile, Fox Trot (Columbia Saxaphone Sextet)
Who Wants a Baby? (Columbia Saxophone, Sextet)
2913 WhoU Take the Place of Mary? (Peerless Quartet)
i Mother's Hands (Lewis James)
2917 Rose of Mandalay (Art Hickman's Orchestra)
- Along the Way to Damascus, Fox Trot,
2925 Frog's Legs (Columbia Saxophone Sextet)
La Veeda (Columbia Saxophone Sextet)
2926 Hits of Days Gone By (Peerless Quartet) ;
, Hits of Days Gone By.
2930 Ages and Ages (George .Meader)
Sing Me to Sleep (George Meader) s -,
2942 All the Boys Love Mary (Van & Schenck)
; Way Down Barcelona Way (Harry Fox)
U -WHY PAYfiiORE?"
CROP REPORT FOR FLORIDA
Department of Agriculture,
Bureau of Crop Estimates.
(Sam T. Fleming, Statistician)
Farming conditions and crop pros prospects
pects prospects are encouraging in Florida. The
general tone of March reports from
all over the state indivate that last
year's disastrous operations have not
discouraged the farmer as a rule.
. There is an evident tendency to re reduce
duce reduce acreages and numbers of live
stock, and planting will be diversified
as much as possible, but the farm
work itself is well 'advanced, the per percentage
centage percentage of spring planting already
done is way ahead of usual and the
condition of growing crops and fruits
is unusually good.
Plowing and preparation of ground
for crops was generally behind sched schedule
ule schedule at the close of 1920 but excellent
weather for out-door farm work since
the first of the present year has en enabled
abled enabled farmers to make great headway
in catching up and the work is' about
seventy per cent complete at thi$
date. This is ( slightly behind the
usual percentage of plowing done by
March 1st but is quite a little ahead
of conditions a year ago. I
Spring planting has progressed
more rapidly. than usual and forty-'
four per. cent of the work is already
done compared with thirty-seven per
cent a year ago and a five-year aver average
age average of forty per cent.
Prospects throughout the citrus
belt are above the average. Growth
and bloom got an early start and, with
no unfavorable weather conditions so
far there is every indication of a
heavy setting of fruit.
Condition of bearing trees, both or oranges
anges oranges and grapefruit, was 92 per cent
of normal on March 1st compared
with 85 per cent for oranges and 85
per cent for grapefruit a year ago.
The crop of fruit now on the trees is
being removed rapidly and many
groves are picked for the season. Cul Cultivation
tivation Cultivation and spraying are under way
in most sections.
Condition of bearing lime trees in
South Florida is reported as 83 per
cent of normal compared with 80 per
cent a year ago.
Preliminary estimates of the spring
Irish potato acreage in Florida show
about a 25 per -cent reduction from
last year's plantings. The Hastings
section, embracing parts of St. Johns
and Putnam counties, has probably
78 per cent of the 1920 acreage, while
Flagler and smaller aras in counties
farther south range from 65 to 70 per
cent of last year. Later plantings
through north and. northwest Florida
are running from 85 to 90 per cent of
a year ago.
The state's acreage is estimated at
19,000 acres compared with 25,000 a
year ago and 24,000 in 1919. The con
dition of the crop is generally excel excellent,
lent, excellent, comparing favorably with the
splendid early condition shown in
1918 and is far ahead of the crop a
year ago, which et this time was just
recovering from heavy damage caused
by frosts and flooding rains.
Prospects for tomatoes are much
better than for a year ago and quite
a little above the average condition at
Movement from South Florida to
market is gaining daily and the condi condition
tion condition of the crop farther up the state
promises excellent yields.
Condition of cabbage is generally
lower than at this time last yeir and
the. slump in prices is probably being
reflected in the condition figures reported.
Meadows and pastures are some
what better than their usual condition
at this time of the year.
The continuation of the spring-like
weather of January with no killing
frost in February has enabled grasses
to make an unusual development and
cattle and stock generally are getting
in good condition.
Condition of meadows is reported
at 85 per cent compared with 82 a
year ago, and pastures at 82 compar
ed with 79 a year ago.
The stock of corn remaining in the
farmers' cribs on March 1st, is 4,300, 4,300,-000
000 4,300,-000 bushels compared with 5400,000
bushels a year ago and about the same
quantity in 1919. This drop of about
15 per cent in corn on hand at this
time is a natural result of the de decreased
creased decreased acreage and production grown
last year. When the stock on hand is
compared with the amount grown each
year it becomes evident that the farm farmer
er farmer is doing some close figuring and
will make his corn last about as long
as usual. Less corn has been sold out
of the county where grown than usu
al and, as a rule, there is less live
stock on the average farm to be fed.
With local exceptions the Florida
corn shortage is a clear indication of
the retrenchment in farming opera
tions that has taken place and does
not mean that the average farmer
will not have about as much corn as
he will need to take him through the
year. -The United States has fully a
half billion bushels of corn more on
the farms than it had a year ago and
it is worth less than half as much per
bushel. The occasional Florida farm
er who does run trot of corn this
spring will therefore be able to buy
for less (probably) than it cost him
to raise his own crop last year.
Somewhat more than the usual
amount of oats from last year's crop
remains on the farms. About 18 uer
cent of last year's crop is still in the
farmer's hands compared with 16 per
cent a year ago and 13 per cent in
Less oats have been sold off the
farms than usual and the farmers are
evidently holding and feeding them to
help out the corn situation.
The United States has a big surplus
of oats on the farms compared with
previous years and, like corn, its value
per bushel is less than half of the
Florida farm values have not slumD-
ed with the, almost country-wide.
drop in values during the past year.
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in ittti, an grades oi piow lanas snow
healthy increase for the year and
farm lands as a whole, improved and
unimproved, are about the same aver average
age average price as for a year ago. This is
highly satisfactory condition, show
ing that the abnormal period of war
production did not result here in fic fictitious
titious fictitious values which must be adjusted
to normal times before satisfactory
agricultural progress can be made.
Others are beiner restored to health
and happiness by the treatment. Why
not you? DR. KIPLINGER,
New storage batteries, while thev
lart, $32.50. They are all first class.
12-3t B. F. CONDON.
Those new HATS are still arrivinir.
ii lesMFamice is
Arrival and denartur nf naiwniMP
trains at OCALA UNION STATION.
; The following schedule figures pub published
lished published as information and not guaranteed.
(Eastern Standard Time)
SEABOARD AIR LINE RAILROAD
2:20 am Jacksonville-NTork 2:10 am
i:oopm Jacksonville 1:30 pm
4:05 pm Jacksonville 4:35 pm
2:15 am Tampa- j-
Manatee-St Petnthrv A rim
2:15 am Tanrna 2:15 am
1:50 pm Tampa-Manatee 1:35 pm
4:05 pm Tampa-St. Petrsbrg 4:05 pm
ATLANTIC COAST LINE R. R.
2:12 pm Jacksonville-NTork 2:48 am
1:45 pm Jksonville-Gainsville 3:35 pm
6:42 am Jksonville-Gansville 10:13 pm
2:49 am St.Petsbrg-Lakeland 2:12 am
3:35 pm St-Pelsbrg-Lakeland 1:25 pm
:10 am Dunnellon- Wilcox
7:25 am "Dunellon-Lkeland 11:03 pm
:25 Dm Homossssa. 1 :3() nm
10:15 pm Leesburg 6:42am
:45 pm Gainesville 11:50 am
Monday, Wednesday, Friday.
Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday.
Olike the eye is concerned
- ,2KA "the best possible atten-
tion is advisable.
DR. K. J. WEIHE,
Optometrist and Optician
, Eyesight Specialist
I LET US GUILD
Select your own lot and
Tt man lerms! naif cah.
talk it over with us.
RAY S T11QMS0II
C. Cecil Bryant
Room 22 Holder Block
PHONE 195 OR 332
STAPIE GnOCEGIES DAVE
1EMEPED 1! EIQS
Now Fancy Groceries Are
QAWJ8 imm DAY
The canard fruits listed below, are ail cl Ge felaes!
. qualify 22d la scae eases
THE PRICE IS CUT IN HALF
At these prices, yea caa very well allord to bay in
hall dozen zzi dozea lots
Don't get left. Car stock ca faasd is very snail and
the coeds wca't last I023
35c No. 1H Bon Selene Sliced Peaches
35c. No. 1X Bon Selene Yellow Cling Peaches
30c. No. li Trubadour Yellow Peaches
50c. No. 2 Red Label Peaches
60c. No. 2 White Label Peaches
75c No. 2 Royal Scarlet Peaches
60c No. 2tt Brownie Peaches
75c No. 2H Royal Scarlet Raspberries
58c No. 2 Royal Scarlet Green Gage Plums
58c. No. 2tt Royal Scarlet Egg Plums"
60c No. 2 Brownie Pears
70c No. 2 M Robin Hood Pears
75c. No. 2 Royal Scarlet Pears
40c No.' 1 Gold Bar Pears
50c No. 2 Brownie Apricots
55c No. 2 White Label Apricots
7Sc No. 254 Bojal Scarlet Whit. Cherrie.
65c No. 214 White Label Whit. CbenW
for ... !...,
SOc, No. 2tt Brownie White Cherries
CASH AND CARRY
One East and one West City Square
Jm n. spaces
y. R. PEDSICK
All Buick Cars Equipped With
Cord Tires ;
"We Make a Specialty of Parts,
for the Buick and the Prices are.
Consistent with the Cost of Same
GOODYEAR and U.S. TIEES
44 VESTA BATTERY
18 MONTHS GUARANTEE
Battery Service Station
We maintain an up-to-date
garage with expert workmen, at
all times, assuring prompt and
GASOLINE, OILS aad GREASE
' SPEWCER-PEDMCK MOTOR CO.
c ala Florida
TME WIIMIIDSOK MOTEL
- In the heart of th city with Hemming Park for a front yard.
Erery. modern eonrankne ia each room. Disiag room serrica U
J. E. KAVANAUGO
ROBERT t L3EYER,
Read the Star Vant Ads. It pays
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OCALA EVENING STAR, TUESDAY, MARCH 15. 1521
II We Solicit Your
I GROCERY PATRONAGE
at '' :
g and believe pur
iil PRICES ARE RIGHT
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m uuhlh uuuunnuiuLo
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Best Patent Self Rising Hour 7
24 pound bags S19
Best Patent Sell Rising Flour
12 pound bags --- .83
Pillsbury's Best XXXX Flour
24 pound bags. --- -- 1.79
Pillsbury's Best XXXX Flour
12 pound bags .92
No. 10 Pail Snoivdrilt Lard-.. 1.38
No. 10 Pail Cottoline 1.48
Irish Potatoes, Per Peck : --------- .43
Wesson Cooking Oil, 1 Quart Can .59
Wesson Cooldng Oil, 1 Pint Cans .31
Corn Flakes, Per Package .:.. .11
Post Toasties,PerPackage..r--.--- .11
Dime Brand Milk, Per Can .20
Large Beach Nut Peanut Butter a Jar. .31
3 lb. Can Maxwell House Coffee. .. 1.17
Cream of Wheat, Per Package .29
1 1-2 White Karo, Per Can : .15
1 1-2 Blue Lable Karo, Per Can -. ,14
5 lb. Can White Karo .49
White Bacon, Per Pound .19
Compound Lard, Per Pound. .14
If you have any society items for
the Star, please call fire-one.
Party caps at THE BOOK SHOP.
Mr. Charles Miller of Tampa is in
Ocala on a short business trip.
C-i-n-n-a-m-o-n R-o-l-l-s, the most
nutritious food you can eat. They are
made by the Federal Bakery. 9-6t
Mr. and Mrs. Junie Perkins are
spending1 the week in Jacksonville.
Corner Main & S. Second St.
TWO PHONES, 162 & 377
There's no extra charge for clean clean-ng
ng clean-ng your fish at the city fish market.
Phone 158. tf
Iceland Kooney, better known as
Tuck," has swung on to a job in
You can always get fresh or salt
water fish, oysters, shrimp, etc., at
the City Fish Market on Fort King
avenue. Phone 158. tf
After a week's pleasant visit to her
parents and old home here. Mrs. Clara
Moore Pyles has returned to Orlando.
While here she acted as court steno
grapher in the Gary-Seaboard case.
Mr. and Mrs. MeKinney, Mr. and
Mrs. Woodward, Mrs. Stephens and
son, who have been spending the win
ter at the home of Mrs. J. G. Batts,
expects to leaver this week for their
home in Paducah, Ky.
"Quality Cards" for Easter at THE
BOOK SHOP. J 15-3t
Mr. B. F. Condon is having a mod modern
ern modern awning erected around the front
and west side of his building on Fort
King avenue, which will add to the
appearance of the building and com comfort
fort comfort of those passing that way.
Don't fail to visit the Guarantee
Oothing & Shoe Company. Every
thing we sell is guaranteed. We're
fighting for QUALITY not prices, tf
Mr. Joe Borden has accepted a posi position
tion position with the Camp Phosphate Com
pany in this city.
Girl wanted at Music Store. 10-tf
Mr. Merton Mann has returned to
Tampa after a pleasant visit with" his
uncle, Mr. G. T. Maughs.
Get your "Easter dyes early at the
Court Pharmacy. Phone284. 9-6t
Mr. S. F., Zimmerman of Floral
City, is visiting his daughter, Mrs. W.
P. Townsend for a few days.
None but the best fresh butter and
eggs used in the cinnamon rolls made
at the Federal Bakery. 9-6t
Mrs. W. B. Anderson and party of
Inverness were among the out of
town shoppers in Ocala today.
THE MOOF DOCTOM :
STOPS ALL LEAKS; OR NO PAY I
After we have repaired your roof, we will allow yon 90
days trial before we accept your money. J
Should your roof leak in five years, after we repair it, 'we ;
will repair same FREEi s
To make money and remain in business, we must stop all
present leaks and prevent tuture leaks, care otar uffice
J Economize! Make your OLD hat
NEW with COLORITE. All colotrs at
Anti-Monopoly Drug Store. 3-9-10t
Messrs. M. L. Payne of Fairfield
and D. Fant of Flemington were wel welcome
come welcome visitors to the city today.
OCALA MOTOK CO. :
C. E. Simmons
Best Equipped Garage In Florida ,V
BATTERY Water and Service FREE
DIAMOND LIGHT BATTERIES GD
$30 $35 $40
Batteries Recharged and Rebuilt
The high school vaudeville that
played one night during the high
school carnival is booked for a return
engagement at the Temple theater
Thursday, March 17, during the inter
mission between the first and second
We wash cars and guarantee the
best job in town at reasonable prices.
Kumbak Service Station. 12-t
The friends of Miss Alice Bullock
will be glad to know that she is con convalescing
valescing convalescing after her recent severe ill
ness. Miss Bullock left today for
Tampa, where she will visit her sis
ter, Mrs. George McKean for several
Best 10c. cigar, m
come, come, let us snow you our
beautiful Spring Goods. FISHEL'S. tf
The "Variety" is a new package of
Norris Candies on sale 'here. Sixteen
varieties in each package. The Court
Pharmacy. Phone 284. 9-6t
Mr. and Mrs. A. C. 'Markham are
receiving congratulations on the ar
rival of a fine son, born yesterday.
Sentilla Cigars will suit your taste.
Mrs. E. J. .Blume and daughter.
Mrs. Irene Burnett of Live Oak, and
Mrs. E. I. Whittington of Mcintosh,
are visiting Mrs. R. F. Rogers. Mrs.
Blume is a sister of Mrs. Rogers and
the two daughters are nieces.
Surely you must see our newest
Fancy Dress Hats. FISHEL'S. 15-tf
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. TWJMS&rftri one
lifVU 5 f Pre
IV ANTED, LOST, FOUND, FOE
SALE. FOR RENT AND SIM SIMILAR
ILAR SIMILAR LOCAL NEEDS
Six lines, maximum, on time.
three times. 50c; six times, 75c;
month. S3. Payable U advance.
HERO-COLA WOODYARD We art
pared to furnish oak or pins
stove or nrepxac
We deliver your
- monev's worth promptly. Give ua a
wood for either
on short .notice.
Greet them at
with a Greet Greeting
ing Greeting of you
( Over Heltenston's)
WOOD Giles Wood Yard. Seasoned
oak or pine wood for either stove or
fireplace, $1 and $2 per lond. Yard
corner South Main and Third Sts.
Phone 112. 2-22-tf
FOR SALE Twenty million Living Livingston
ston Livingston Globe tomato plants at $2 per -1000.
Livingston true blue seed. In -5000
lots or more, $"1.50 per 1000. ;
- Ruby King Peppers $2.00 per 1000.
. WaucKula Plant Farm, Wanchula,
Fla. -" 3-1-lm
FOR SALE A Singer sewing ma-.
chine with motor, almost new. Ap Apply
ply Apply to Miss L. Gamsby, at Carnegie
Library, or Star office. 8-6t
FOR SALE Blight proof tomato
plants, 20c per hundred, $1.25 per
1000. C. H. Cooner, Ocala, Fla.
Phone 389. ll-6t-
Use this razor in your own
home on 30 days FREE
The Star regrets to learn that Mrs.
S. T. Sistrunk, who has not been very
well for some time, has been obliged
to go' to Jacksonville for treatment at
St. Luke's hospital. Her friends hope
for her a speedy return in good
Norris' Candies are the best and
can be had only at the Court Pharma
cy. Phcne 284. 9-6t
Mr, J. S. Kahe, formerly of Tampa,
has arrived in the city and has opened
a photograph studio in the ? Gary
New prices on Stationery at THE
BOOK SHOP. l5-3t
" Mr. Howard A. Pike of Philadel Philadelphia,
phia, Philadelphia, has cbncluded a pleasant visit
with his uncle, Mr.' W. L. Armour and
A new lot of Powder. Puffs just in
at Ceng's Drug Store. tf
Dr. K. J. Weihe motored to Orlando
Sunday to attend a special meeting of
optometrists. Plans were discussed
for the meeting of the Florida State
Optometry Association, which will be
held here in May. It is expetced that
this convention will be the most in
teresting in the history' of the asso
ciation. Dr. Weihe was accompanied
by Mrs. Weihe and Mr. and Mrs. F.
G. B. Weihe.
A most beautiful line of materials
for Easter Frocks at FiSHELS. 15-tf I
The Auto Stop Safety Razor
If you like it buy, it
If you don't, return it.
The AUTO STOP, RAZOR
makes good ith its
users because it pro provides
vides provides a keen edge for
every shave. It strops,
shaves and cleans
without removing the
Ocala, Fla: :
TOMATO PLANTS By the 100, 20
cents; 1000, lJ2o. Call at 702 E..
4th St. R. N. Dosh. 10-4t
FOR SALE CHEAP One gentle
horse, top buggy and harness; also
one saddle; pony used to' children.
Enquire for Mr. Haseman at Farm
ers Exchange, No. Ill Magnolia
FOR SALE At a bargain. seven-
passenger 1916, model Overland;'
Continental motor;' Bosh magneto.
First class condition. See Sedan
Hardee at O'Neal and Holly's ga garage.
rage. garage. 10-t
LOST Pearl ring and lavalier. Were
wrapped in tissue paper. Reward
for return to Harrington Hall
FOR SAL A good all .purpose
horse for sale. Good saddler, driver
and worker. Will trade for good
Ford car. Call at this office. 12-St
FOR RENT Furnished apartment
' at 1129 Fort King avenue. Phone
WANTED An energetic woman to
carry on the NuBone corset work
in Ocala and vicinity. Mrs. .T-"A.
Quinn, Florida House. 14-3t
WHITE; ST LONE
NeKQtiaMe Storage Receipts Issued o& Cotton.' Automobiles. Etc
LONG DISTANCE MOVING
Wm. E. Bazzell of Columbus, Ind
and Miss Thelma K. Berry of Tampa
were a good-looking couple tied up in
matrimony today by Judge Futch.
: For proper auto lubrication use Sin Sinclair
clair Sinclair Oils. Kumbak Service Station. 6t
MOVE, PACK, SHIP
Born, to Mr. and Mrs. Earl Crosby
of Dunnellon on Saturday, a son.
Mrs. Crosby before her. marriage was
Miss Lottie Morrison of this city.
Among the out of town visitors in
Ocala today are Mrs. Baukert, Pedro,
Mrs. W. H. Boulware and daughter,
Mcintosh, and J. Y. Hick of Wild-wood.
W. K. Lane, M. D, physician and
surgeon, specialist eye, ear nose and
(hroat. Office over 5 and 10 cent store
Ocala, Fla. Adv. tf
Tulula Lodge No. 22, I. O. O.
meets 'every Tuesday evening at the
Odd Fellows hall at the corner of
Fort King Ave., and Osceola street. A
warm welcome always extended to
T. C. Carter, N. G.
II. R. Luff man. Secretary.
Make your wants known tj adver-1
ciring them 1
CYLINDERS RE-BORED AND
WELDING ; t
1 JFFICIENT WORKMEN,
, PROMPT SERVICE
GEO. J. WILUAMS
Formerly Carroll Motor Company
: Garage, Osceola St.
PHONE 597 V Night 408
Meet me at the American Cafe,
Union Station. Ocala. for a regular
dinner famfly style. Best dinner in
the state for 75c. Eat and drink all
you want. Time for dinner 11 a. m. to
2:30 p. m. Owned and operated by
Geo. MacKay S Co. j
' Two Licensed Embalmers
Motor Funeral Cars
Private Morgue and Chapel
Day Phone 47
r Night Phone 515
G. B. Overton.. Manager
Nunnally's and Liggett's Candies
educed to ONE DOLLAR the pound,1,'
U Ceng's Drug Store. tf
Our Specialty Is
The Easter recital to be given at
the Methodist church Thursday, 24th,
is being made up of local talent from
the various churches and every one u
cordially invited to attend.
The Business and Professional
Woman's Club will hold a social meet-
. A Complete Stock
One of the Li vest
Stores in the City
"OR RENT Furnished light house housekeeping
keeping housekeeping apartments. Apply at 239
Oklawaha avenue. 15-3t
OR SALE One Maxwell 1920 1H 1H-ton
ton 1H-ton truck, used for light work about
four months. Bargain. Also one
Peacock. Nathan Mayo, Summer Summer-field,
field, Summer-field, Fla. 15-tf
FARM WANTED Wanted to hear
from owner of farm or good land
for sale for fall delivery. L. Jones,
Box 551, Olney, riL 15-lt
AGENTS WANTED I want live men
to handle the greatest invention of
the age; can make $500 a month or
over. Call at No. 113 S. Magnolia
street and be convinced. 15-6t
LOST On Monday, gold bar pin with
blue stone. eRturn to 506 Fort King
'Ave. and get reward. It
i ing at the club rooms this evening at y
8 o'clock. All are urged to attend, as
a good time is anticipated.
f St. Patriik
Berlin-Jones stationery in boxes at
the Court Pharmacy. V 9-t
Mr. and Mrs. V. B. Hay
from White Springs,
sons from White Springs, alter a
V -. a m W T
Bring us that old tire and well pieasans visit 10 jur. ana Mrs. warnes
prove that vulcanizing pays. Kumbak Nicholas, left for home today. Mrs.
Service Station. 12-t6 Hy Mrs. Nicholas' sister.
Between Ten Cent Str and Gerirs
"KEEDUAM MOTOR CO.
General Auto Repairing!
Gasoline, Oils and Crease
' USED CARS FOR SALE'
CarsWashed ......... .$1.00
MARION-DUNN MASONIC LODGS
Marion-Dunn Lodge No. 19, F. fc A.
M.. meets on the first and third
(hursday evenings of each month at
7:30 o'clock until further notice.
J. R, Dey, W. 1L
B. L. Adams, Secretary.
Sentilla Cigars sold everywhere, m
Dont talce tmrcatlvesi for C
smpatton Gicr set bars&ly
tlicy overstrain Ce CclIrata
membrane n3 leave th
Dowels la a worse eoainoa
thza before U
practical contractor AMD I Qklawaha Ave. Orange St j
CareJnl estimates made on all eo
tract itork. Gives more and better
wk fr the money titan any other
Lfsfractor in tha city
,Berlin-Jones stationery in boxes at
I the Court Pharmacy. 9-6t
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CISestToa. ta-CISestToa. CosrStass
aeb, Olzadaess Clllossaeas
nervoosaess or loss el Apr"
xlte-Cowf hmlta1-Ci m bmiS
ol CABTEQ'S L1TTLH IXV3
PILLS take one ei:er ec
xaeal and one at teCUr-. A
lew days treatment will r
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