i This morning, 66.
.This afternoon, 86.
Partly clpudy tonight
OCALA, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, MARCH 25. 1921
FEARED IT IS
A FATAL FALL
Lieutenant Coney and His Machine
Crashed to Earth this Morning
Near Monroe, La.
Monroe, La., March 25. Lieut.
Coney fell near here at seven-thirty
this morning and is believed to be
fatally injured, Lieut. Coney's back
is believed to be broken, but he was
. still conscious at noon. He is now at
- the farm of Mose Lanier, near Crow Crow-ville,
ville, Crow-ville, on whose premises he felL : Ad
ditional details not available here at
noon. The' plane was wrecked in the
MADE A GALLANT START
. 'Jacksonville, March 25. Although
nothing was heard from him early
today, after he left at one-forty this
; morning in an attempt to make a
one-day, one-stop airnlane flight from
the Atlantic to the Pacific coast,
fiends of Coney believed he was well
on his way to Dallas, Texas, where he
planned to make his only stop be before
fore before noon. Visibility along the route
' jwas Teported good, but head winds
"Cre predicted. The railroad dis dispatcher
patcher dispatcher hrPensacola reported a plane
passing over there before daylight
and if it was Coney, he had averaged
140 miles an hour up to that time.
Was Lying Crushed 300 Miles Away
Dallas,. March 5.- Coney had not
arrived here at 10:30. He was two
hours overdue then.
DISAPPOINTED IN SAN DIEGO
' San Diego, March 25. Prepara-1
tions were made here today to receive ;
Coney. If darkness came before his
arrival, Rockwell field was to be
flooded with illumination from pow powerful
erful powerful arc lights to assist him in land landing.
ing. landing. : V
CONEY'S CONDITION CRITICAL
Monroe, March 25. The local
doctor said Coney's back was broken
and he also had internal injuries. It
is believed engine trouble brought
him down and he was attempting a
landing when the machine hit a tree,
falling seventy-five feet to the
SMALL HOPE FOR SAFETY
OF NAVAL BALLOONISTS
, (Associated Press)
Pensacola, March 25. No, word
was received here up to eight o'clock
this morning from the balloon which
has been missing from the Naval
Air Station here since Tuesday night,
although scores of seaplanes and
dirigibles have been combing the
coast. The last word that came from
the balloon was contained in two mes
sages brought by carrier pigeons say
ing that the bag was running out of
gas twenty miles off. St. Andrews
Officers at the station said that the
only hope of safety was that the oc
cupants of the balloon had been pick picked
ed picked up by a passing vessel in the gulf.
Took a Relative's Advice
Sykesvllle, ML "I
health for about ten
was in bad
day with my
left side. 1
Pierce's Fa Favorite
vorite Favorite Pre Prescription
scription Prescription and
V v' DlBcovetry
and was greatly benefited. After
taking six bottles I was well.
1 took Dr. Pierce's medicines at
the advice of a relative who uses the
Prescription for herself and gives ft
to her daughter. I think this med medicine
icine medicine is good for all women in a run rundown
down rundown state." MRS. W. BLIZZARD.
Have been sold by druggists for
the past fifty years.
In Ireland it is becoming a capital
crime to possess a gun, or ammuni ammunition,
tion, ammunition, or a brogue.
Geo. MacKay 2 Co.
Two Licensed Embalmers
Motor Funeral Cars
Private Morgue and Chapel
Day Phone 47
Night Phone 515
G. B. Overton. Manager
TO THE GULF
Our Elder Statesmen Trying to Lay
in Vitality to Cope Sixty Days
With the Assembly
t Associated Prsssl
Tallahassee, March 25. Governor
Hardee and cabinet cast affairs of
state aside today said left here in
automobiles for a day's fishing trip
in waicuua county. aecreiary oi
State Crawford, who is familiar with
me sireains m me county, is m per-
sonal charge of the errangemer.ts for
At the request of a delegation from I
the Ocala High School, we print the!
We, the undersigned, petition the
Board of Trustees and the Faculty
that the -Ocala High School begin at
eight-thirty a. m., omit all recesses
except one of twenty-five minutes
duration between the fourth and fifth
periods, and get out at the time re resulting
sulting resulting from the above. We think
this should be done because of the
1. It has been proven that the
mind does its best work at the time
of eight o'clock in the morning, that
also the mind becomes sluggish after
a heavy meal at noon. This would do
away with thaUsluggishness and take
advantage of the activity of the mind,
2. This would also allow those who
have been bringing lunch and eating
a cold dinner to go home in time to
get a warm meal.
3. That this plan has been adopted
by all large and .scientifically run
schools in preference to the old fash
ioned method in use here.
4. It will let the students escape
the warm afternoons which are now
- 5. It. will give more time for ath.
James Knight, Reese Hunnicutt,
Lindsay Troxler, Harris Powers. Will William
iam William Timmons, Raymond C Thorn,
George Leak, Francis Pasteur, Oscar
Theus, George E. Bliss. Geo. T. Hoop
er, James Borland, John Broderick,
Edward Cook, C. O. Barnett, Kenneth
Stroman, Vernon Rawls, Carlyle Ans Ans-ley,
ley, Ans-ley, John Troxler, Christine Close,
Nat Mayo Aubrey Gray, Karl Hend
erly, Philip Melin, Ben Culverhouse,
Tnelma bmedley, Joe McCullough,
Bascom Cobb. Edward Buhrman, Al
bert Frampton, Jeptha Kimmell, John
Hardee, Estelle Wilkes, Charles Sher
man, Ralph D. Simmons, Wilbur
Gary, Harrington Hall, Ralph H
Cleveland, Max Thomas, J. D. Rob
ertson, Jr., Arthur Douglas, Wilson
Pierce, Theo. Blowers, Van Ferguson,
John Troxler, Wilfred Harold, Max
well Overton, Marion Lummus, Mabel
i-ytie, uorneiia uozier, neien jenner,
Flora Sherman, Mary C. Logan,!
Margaret Gerig, Charlotte Chazal,
Elizabeth Murray, Marguerite Plum
mer, Carrie M. Goodbread, Dudley
Cole, Elsie Hall, Fred L. Sueur,
Dorothy Crawford. Curtis Westlock,
Grace Turner, Mildred Crosby, Brown
Hood, Jessie Ray Culverhouse, E. Ed-
wards, Mabel Goodman, Eliz. Horne,
Whildon Gilmore, Evlyn Broom, Mar-
garet Hocker, Jimmie Counts. Marie
Robertson, Bennie Borden, Gertrude
Hollins, Mildred Bullock, Marie Math-
ews, Jim Haile, Sidney Cullen. Mea
Dozier Haile, Annie MacKay. Marion!
Hunter, Dennis Stanley Mary Rives,
aiauuie marsiiau, aianoa jueneir,
Ruth Warner, J. Blook, Marjorie Bur-
nett, K. L. Feuchter, Marie Jones, I
Jack Williams, Esq., Sarah L. Priest,!
Catherine Shockley, Dorothy Need-
ham, Clifton Sexton, Turney Colbert,
Sophie Turch, Harold Smith, Harold
Spencer, Clarence Priest, Alfred i
Meadows, Jess 'Dehon and Margaret
Don't fail to visit the Guarantee
Clothing & Shoe Company. Every Every-hmg
hmg Every-hmg we sell is guaranteed. We're
.ghting for QUALITY not prices, tf
There's no extra charge for clean clean-ng
ng clean-ng your fish at the city fish market.
Phone 158. tf
Our spring HATS elicit the praise
of many admirers, not only for their
style, but for their, reasonable prices.
SentiHa Cigars sold everywhere, m
Oil TOE STREETS
Com munis t Outbreak in Germany has
Already Caused Many People
To be Killed.
Eisleben, Germany, Thursday,
March 24. Street fighting, the result
of the Communist outbreak, which
has been in protrress here for the
w fortv hours ia ;:.,,, rsnr.r.
ately tonieht. with hand to hand com.
bats in several quarters. The rattle
0f. machine gun fire, crashes of hand
erenades. Donnin of rifles and
pistols lias been going on steadily for
the last three hours. Two thousand
poiice hold the east half of the city,
twentv-five hundred workmen hold
the west. Bodies of the dead and
severely wounded are still lying to tonight
night tonight in the streets where they fell
twenty hours ago. The casualties on
either side are unknown, but at least
twenty were killed end fifty wounded
in this morning's fighting.
London, March 25. Although the
situation of the Communist outbreak
in Germany is still serious. Commun
ists were being overcome by govern
ment forces, according to reports
from different sources, says a Berlin
dispatch. There has been no repeti
tion of the disorders in Hamburg.
PHIL. F. BROWN
Titusville, March 24. Phil F.
Brown, aged seventy, well known
state hotel manager, dropped dead to
day while conversing with guests at
a local hotel. Tamca Tribune.
This news will bring deen sadness
to all the friends of Phil F. Brown,
genial and competent manager for
years of the Ocala House.
THEY CAN GET GOOD
RED LICKER THERE
Miami, March 25. The members of
the National Editorial Association,
who have been here several days, left
on a special train today for Havana
via Key Wert, to remain over Sunday,
ELKS LOOKING UP
The Ocala lodge of Elks, which for
some time ha3 been in a somewhat
lethargical condition, is taking on
l new life. The regular meetings are
being well attended and it is occa
sionally necessary to hold special
meetings to attend to the business of
the organization. Many of the de
linquent members ere returning for
re-instatement, and new members are
being constantly added to the roll.
A special meeting was called for
last night for the installation of three
new members, Messrs. E. S. Stephens,
W. O. Perkins and W. E. Melson.
1 You will not need to cut down on
1 y0ur charities if you buy your HATS,
etc., at FISHEL'S. The money we
save you will save the life of a child
n the NEAR EAST or CENTRAL
1 EUROPE. 8-3t
.You can always get fresh or salt
wster fish, oysters, shrimp, etc., at
the City Fish Market on Fort King
avenue. 'Phone 158. tf
To the many people who inquired
for EVERWEAR HOSIERY at reduc-
I ed prices, beg to say we just received
j a new shipment of this standard guar-
anteed hosiery m Very Thinest
Weights. FISHEL'S. 12-tf
i uur line oi Easter cards is very
beautiful. The Specialty Shop, A. E.
Just in ROADWAY Coffee, ones
I and threes. Include a can in your next
order. Cook's Market and Grocery,
Phone 243. tf.
W. K. Lane, M. D physician and
furgeon, specialist eye, ear, nose and
throat. Office over 5 and 10 cent store
Ocala, Fla. Adv. tf
Easter greeting cards. The Gib Gibson
son Gibson line. Prettier than ever before.
The Specialty Shop, A. E. Gerig.
Nunnally's and Liggett's Candies
educed to ONE DOLLAR the pound,
t Gens Drug Store. tf
Dont fsil to visit the Guarantee
Clothing & Shoe Company. Every Everything
thing Everything we sell is guaranteed. We're
fighting for QUALITY not price, tf
Debs Allowed to Go Unattended from
Atlanta to Washington to Confer
With Attorney General
Washington, 3Iarch 25. Surprise, I
more than mild, lingered in the wake I
toaay oi me onneraiaea visit w
Washington unattended of Eugene I
Debs, imprisoned Socialist leader, to
discuss his case with Attorney Gen-1
eral Daugherty. Slipping into Wash
ington yesterday Debs had gone to
the Department of Justice, held three
hours conference and left to return
to the Atlanta penitentiary before his
visit was announced by Daugherty. I
Attorney General today continued to0f fire hose and those boys put up the
reluse to comment on jJebs present-
ment of his case or indicate what
recommendation he might make innow jn mucn better condition but still
matter or clemency. I
Allotments Will Soon Expire I
Militarv allotments and allowances I
under the War Risk Insurance act
will expire automatically July thirty-
first, Comptroller Warwick of .the wlJ1 be ready for real practise. There
Treasury told in a ruling made public are holes in the out-field that
today. The ruling is based on a reso- have to be filled up so that a man
lution adopted by the last congress, can run after a ball without break break-repealing
repealing break-repealing most of the special wartime m hi ankle.
Some statement rwrardinir the Rus-
sian question may be made late to-
day either at he White House or
State Department, It is understood
this was agreed' to at the cabinet
meeting this morning.
DEBS RETURNS TO PRISON
Auania, xaarcn w. r.ugene
a ii a. m rt w T"V -1 I
arrived at Atlanta this morning on
his way back to his cell in the Fed-
a tt 1 i? m a j? I
enu prison. ne uecunea to aiscuss
anything connected with his trip to
ATTACK OF INDIGESTION
Made Former President Wilson Very
HI. for Several Hours
Washington, March 25- Wood row
Wilson suffered from an acute at
tack of indigestion today, resulting
in a hurry call for medical assistance
Physicians say he recovered an hourJyej
Th nrofrram. aa cuhlished in theli.
tvemng Dr wu cameo qui h. mry
detail, with the exception of two num-
bers, due to unavoidable circum-j
siances, last evening.
A most appreciative audience filled
tne auaiwnum. iecorauons were oiineuina. Ko11 M u A-t, v-l
. a w
Easter lilies and other flowers, while
a large white cross stood in the center
against a ne worn oi graceiui vmes
A novel feature of the program,
was that most all talks were on ther
Easter, almost appropriate and be
fitting the season. The three re
ciUtions were written especially for
Class number twelve, one oi tne
Junior classes of the Melodist Sun
oay scnooi, wmcn uau wr, "r- have spiriU Every after after-ment
ment after-ment of this program, desire to thank noon from now on will be a
the pastors of the canons churches, crowd out practi5ing. An yoa
ine young peopie ju. e
and Epworth League. Miss AnnetU
Eagleton, of the Christian Endeavor,
Miss DoroUiy Lancaster, of the
episcopal cnurcn, ana ui wuie ",lu
SO Kmaiy assisxea in maaing voe uc-
casion such a successful and pleasing
SUGAR SATURDAY AND MONDAY
. 1 ...
11 pounds of sugar ior one aoiiar.i, w-meed von.
wun a aouar s woua x s-
eries for cash, Saturday and Monday
H. B. WHrrnNGTON.
of many admirers, not only for their
style, but for their reasonable prices.
A. E. Gerig.
The Specialty Shop.
EASTER EGG DYE. "the good
kind," at the Anti-Monopoly Drug
"It is hard for meto choose, they
are all so pretty" remarked a lady
who was buying a HAT from
POLIREQ AT THE
Lots of Good Work Being Done by
The Boys These Early Spring
Monday afternoon the Ocala base
ball diamond was visited by the hard-
est rain of the season. It aimnW
rred for about an hour. Manv rf
yoa people who have been wanting
so badly would have felt rood to see
that deluge. You hare seen in the
Weather Man's guess that we. would
have local showers tut you never saw
a shower so local that it only hit one
small vacant lot and only one part
of( that, but the fates were good to
the baseball park and let it rain on
the dusty in-field. The city of Ocala
loaned Hansel and T. D. 13 sections
best imitation of the flood seen since
the time of Old Noah. The field is
has to have more work done on ic
One thing that is necessary is a few
load of clay. That will be hauled
and put on the in-field next week.
When it is spread and packed the field
Why hasn't all this been done be-
jfore? Oh come on, are you that
Ufni yoa snow hs
moneJ to Jut a nier work th
nw you sro r. aage
cnecK ve wnr ao now
quit postponing the rood work? Lets
W a ce donation from you today.
xesteruay axternoon x orove on
Hunter Park to see wh&t was romp
(w- m nt-field .U, fVre
a baseball game going on
the ffi h school team d
the Hih From the
way some of the boys hit the ball
Babe Ruth had better retire and let
them come in from the bushes. Ocala
is going to have eome real material
without going out of the city limits in
the next few "years. Over in left left-field
field left-field I saw T. D. Lancaster, Dick
Stroud, Beef Marsh,. Big Clements
and James Gilmpre. They were get
ting a little practise catching fiies.
They all had the pep and were work
ing hard. When the bat hit the ball
you could hear two or three voices
"IVe got it" and away they
would go. Sometimes they did and
sometimes they didnt but 111 tell you
uue uuiig luiu uicre waa vuv ir
woo is irvinf out ior niLrnpr i tenrr
ftntlonA m v. foot.U.
leaveg the ut he Mtma
tn h Hvt th tr
ets unHpr -wav lik Blitzen Ben
and abot a minntc Mot the unsus-
f. 7.7 Ha
extendeL The ball simply doesnt
haye a There is glue in
l Clements plove. It Clements can
Uit inr. b. npi be will never
i f ea ui uk is 4 au
L in front of grundxUnd
1 tvA nM i;t1
biL Sammy Smith from of.
lfi mff- fnr
I UVV VIHIIV WWW MUW WMW MW
M s mltiA v;. van1
Ireas ft next momin .j
w whn think voa ball or
wh limber up a Uttle eome
ont and ch&se a few balls every day.
Jt do yQU -t
I th te&Tn
j, t. t v,. fomA
player in Ocala, W. V. Law-
I tvn vnrlrino fmr TmxAnr Rmttirr hu
gh)rt f q; team fa
I Pennsylvania. Come out Lawton and
Uncie Sam's boys have come across
. ... Th- hova in tfc not
office have made themselves out a
special list and have donated as fol
1 1 '":''
H. L. Booher 5SX3
T. M. Moore . 5J0O
Lean Leightner 5X0
C A. Bangert &J0Q
B. F. Borden 5.00
Sammy Smith 5j00
Bill Altman v 5X0
Other new contributors to date are:
R. R. Carroll 5X0
B. F. Morrison 5X0
U- w- McDonald 5X0
tP. S. We need $4X00. L. T. L
The Board of Trade will Ask the City
Council to Authorize Work to
Lay the Dust.
The Board of Trade, at its meet meeting
ing meeting lt night, decided to recommend
to the City Council that the Chair
man of the Street Deportment be
authorized to select street or streets
not included in the proposed paving
program, and to grado same, put in
curbing and gutters, and to oil same
as an experiment. Mr. A. T. Thomas,
councilman in charge of the streets.
who was present at the meeting, stat
ed that under the present conditions,
with the city waiting to dispose of
its street bonds, and with the pos possibility
sibility possibility that these bonds' would be
sold, he was not in favor of oO oO-ing
ing oO-ing the streets included in the pro
posed program. He pointed out that
the present city charter weald not
permit the use of the bond money for
any purpose. other than the perman permanent
ent permanent paving for which' the; were is issued.
sued. issued. He said, he realized that it
was difficult to deads just what action
to take with regard to streets rt this
time, stating that if all the streets
were oDedand the bonds then sold,
the money 'spent in oiling wonld be
A communication from the r editor
of the Star to the President and mem members
bers members of the Board of Trade was read, v
calling attention to the work of the
Star and of Mr. A. S. Wells, member
of the State Railroad Commission, in
securing, a remedy for the condition
at the" Union Station with regard to
stopping passenger trains alongside
the shed. The letter recommended
that the Board of Trade make an ef
fort to have the umbrella, sheds and
concrete walks on both sides of tho
Union Station extended to the full
length necessary. The Board of Trade
went on record as thanking the editor
of the Star and the Railroad Com Commission
mission Commission for bringing about the
improvement at the Station. The
matter of lengthening the umbrella
sheds and concrete walks was refer referred
red referred to the Civic Committee.
The Board of Trade authorized the
appointment of a committee to make
arrangements for the entertainment
of the Florida State Optometry As
sociation, May the 24th to 27th in
clusive; the committee to have as
one member. Dr. K. J. Welhe, a mem-
of Alsociation w
I i 4 i i : v
'IWOn to UCSiS.
The band concert committee report
ed that the representatives of the
band were not yet ready to complete
arrangements for the summer con
certs. The band committee hopes to
make arrangements for concerts next
. 7. 7
FLORIDA CLERIC MAY
SUCCEED LATE CARDINAL
Baltimore, March. 25 There is
much speculation here regarding the
successor of Cardinal Gibbons as
Archbishop of Baltimore. The bish bishops
ops bishops of BalUomre province will meet
in secret conclave here within the
next two months to select three
names for submission to Rome. The
names will not be announced here.
It is the belief that the pope will al almost
most almost surely select the archbishop
from these three bishops, although
he is not required to. do so. In the
speculation regarding the late cardi cardinal's
nal's cardinal's successor the names of Bishop
Curley, of St. Augustine; Bishop
Russell, of Charleston, and Bishop
Shanan of the Catholic University at
Washington, stand out conspicuously.
COASTWISE STEIXE HALTED
New York, March 25 The strike
of the coastwise marine engineers
and officers of ocean-going tugs which
was begun yesterday as s protest
against wage reductions was called
off today by the union officials after
the receipt of an offer of conciliation
from the Department of Labor.
A most beastifsl line of materials
for Easter Frocks at FISHEL'S. 15-tf
The latest popular drive in Ocala
is for those delicious cinnamon rolls
at The Federal Bakery. 21 -e
As a strengthening tonic then is
nothing better than Nox- and Iron
Tonic Tablets, tl per bottle of 100
tablets at Gerigs Drug Store. Guar Guar-sntted
sntted Guar-sntted or money back.- tf
Smoke Sentffia. Best Ifie. dgmr. m
OCALA EVENING STAB, ..FRIDAY, MARCH 25, 1921
Ocala Evening StCT
PsMtek4 Every Day Exeet ST 7
Villa, daughter of the famous Mexi-1 dry penalties such as fines, imprison
can chief, in a roping contest. A meat, tar and feathers and another
side bet of $10,000 is said to be up on twist of the screws on the hooch lid.
the result. All Miss Lucille's Ocala A long sentence, but it has served
! J ...m t I .
ctat pitri iniNG COMPANY. iirieiMiS w" v Jor ner success, ana i to start me on my ramDies.
Vs Vi Xr... rmRini some will bet on her if they can find I I gave, the .number of individuals
OCALA. FLOK1UA. I any takers. and corporation thai were rmi"
. '. I to file returns as 5,000,000. I should
The Ocala Star expresses the feel- M .... ... ..J
ing often given vent to by The Tri-I M r
bune regarding the "flying squadron,"! 1QIQ.
R B. Carrll. PreMt
J. H. BJmln. EOltav
Entered at Ocala, Fix
secondci matisr. ;
IIh1in OMee ?.I.;J.V. .FlTe-Oas-Mlrial
Ueysrtsneal C .Tw-i
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toe Associated Press U xclatl
entitled for tne us for republication of
11 news dispatches creditea to it or
not otnerwise cred'ted In this paper aio
also tne local news published fterein.
4.11 right of republication of specia
iaoatcnes herein are also reserved.
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consecutive, Insertions Alternate insert
uons 29 -per cent additional.- Composi Composition
tion Composition charges ;on ads. that run less iaar
six times ce-c per lncn. Special
position 20 per cent additional. Hates
sased on 4-inch minimum. Less taan
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Heaolaa IfatJcest ft cents per line for
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Legal' advertisements u legal rates.
that the state board of examiners
which tours the state at big salary
and expense and charges a fee for
holding teachers 'examinations. Of
the personnel of this board, The Tri
bune-is not speaking, for it is compos
ed of as intelligent and well fitted
persons as could be expected.. It : b
has been no computation of the per
sons who failed to obey the law, but
there is abundant reason for believ believing
ing believing that there are hundreds of thou thousands
sands thousands of them.
While theoretically an income tax
is the least inequitable form of rais
ing revenue for government needs,
A.1 i M M 1.. I
andthe extra expense it entails, mon- Lf the law imp03inif it is sacce8Sfully
ey for which must come out of the
practised in countless instances, and
common school fund. The Tribune not alwnvtt th frftn(lniptlt intjnt fnr
has said before, and repeats it, that are m honest e h
wnat is needed -is a state board oil tv11,- v.;,- ,1;
education, composed of the state who
see no more harm in vithhoMino'
superintendent of education, the heads rom govermnent its dues in
of the two state institutions, the Uni- piucking imit from the branches of a
venuty of Flonda and the College for tree hanff ovcr the
However, with seven years of exper-
Women, with the sresident of the
state teachers', association, and an
ience in what was at first regarded
active, working first grade teacher of an experiment, but which has been
A m fSn V 9 ffi 9
tne common scnoois.- xnese nve couia i i n
v w wa v vt axx v sau
meet annually and prepare the ques questions
tions questions for the semi-annual exam in a
tions. The examinations should be
institution," as one
authority has denominated it, the In Income
come Income Tax Bureau is steadily, albeit
slowly, reducing the numbers of those
force, and the old boy is. Tight as
- usual. v -r'
XXVi o f Vio a" Kuwrna 'n-f tViot. ViicrVtwnv
commission bill? With two or three
;ameridmentsN it would be good law
and saveTHanon county much money
J and hard work." The Stir would like
: J After acting as the president's spe
ciaL agent in the Philippines, and
straightening out some kinks in the
affair of the islands. Gen.. Wood will
l probably resign from the army and
; take the position of president of the
University, of Pennsylvania, which its
" trustees and patrons are anxious for
him to accept.
The United rress is enterprising
sometimes too enterprising. Wed-
nesday it announced to its patrons
f that the United States had demanded
that Germany, give up not only Berg-
Vhii tlVn 4"U7 A ty niMono txV tna4
to capture him. This should have
been, true and we hoped it was true,
but,vwhen the Associated Press dis dispatches
patches dispatches came in we were sorry to find
it was not. Associated Press works
- on the principle, "There is too much
. news that is true to print what isn't
nwu bvuu) yayi. suggesMxi buai
Ocala should change its name the,
hole in the suggestor, saying that the
' name would never : be changed on
-' would be adopted for one of the class class-'
' class-' iest wards of the New Jerusalem
Miss Agnes Welch in Miami Metropo-
.iis.'';.-; ; : ; i
Ah, Miss Welsh, if all would inter
pret our sayings as brilliantly as you
do, weM be able to buy us a summer
held under the supervision, and on the who, though liable to the tax. have
responsibility, of the county supenn- nitherto 8UCCeeded in dodging it. and
tendents of education. The papers there ig iikelihood that the law win
should be sent by the superintendents m farther amended to make de de-to
to de-to the state superintendent of educa-1 fo-tion easier :
tion at his oflSce, and he should divide
them for marking, among the other
four members of the board and him
self. The marking should be com completed
pleted completed and certified back to the state
superintendent within thirty days,
and he should immediately announce
the results to the candidates and in
GROWL AFTER GROWL
"Speaking of amendments," says
Mr. Average Citizen, with the recent
remarks of General Dawes before a
congressional committee fresh in his
mind, "why m hell's blue blazes can't
they get up a form of return that
Foot Relief Man
is Coming Soon!
YOU, will soon .have the opportunity to get complete
relief from smarting callouses, unsightly run-over"
heels, weak arches and other painful foot troubles. We
will have at our store on
March 28th, 29th and 30th
the Wizard Foot Relief man an expert in diagnosing nod relieving foot
troubles scientifically, positively and permmnently with
Since the first- crusade of Catts.
who was so ignorant that he thought
.the cross was the copyrighted trade trademark
mark trademark of, the Catholic church, instead
of .being, the symbol of all Christian Christianity,
ity, Christianity, we have been almost afraid to
say a good word for a Catholic How However,
ever, However, as it is permissible always to
spf ak good of th dead, we will
venture to remark that the recently
.deceased Cardinal Gibbons was a good
man, and a good American, and his
long life was useful to his country
irrespective of denominational dif differences.
ferences. differences. V
Harry St. Frances Black, New
York financier, v when arraigned in
Dade county criminal court yesterday
afternoon, to answer to the charge of
violating the Volstead prohibition act,
did not plead nolle contenedre as was
expected, but gave notice that he
would fight the case, as it involves
confiscation of his private Pullman
car in which 60 cases of intoxicating
, liquors, were found laat week. Judg Judging
ing Judging by what we have heard of east
coast officers and juries, Harry will
. receive back his car and his whisky.
It would be easy for federal officials
,to seize them and put Black in the
penitentiary, but we doubt its having
the, nerve to do so.
We cull, from the Boston Traveler
an item interesting to the entire coun country,,
try,, country,, and specially to Ocala, where
Mrs. Lucille Mulhall Barnett, daught
er of CoL Mulhall of Oklahoma, friehd
of Buffalo Bill, once made her home.
Mrs. Barnett is one of t the smartest
and. best-known horsewomen in the
5 country, and sister to our Mrs. Well-
r Carmichael. Mrs. Barnett, who
now makes her home in Texas, will
take a part in a sporting, event of
international interest. ; At the an annual
nual annual rodeo at Wichita Falls in May,
she will compete with Miss Francesca
I a 11 .1 i va
the papers. The papers should be ieilW8 OI m memai cauDre are aoie
held an additional thirty days to give understand, mstead of the abomin abomin-any
any abomin-any one dissatisfied with their mark, atl0n that ncarlv t lhem loJ? or
opportunity; to have them re-examin- Pd them to hire expert account accounted
ed accounted and any error adjusted. This ants when they go to fill it out ?
whole process of examination could When he Is told that the form that
be done annually for, less than the 80 disturbs his mental equilibrium is
cost of one of the "flying squadron the work, f m08t talented
f 2,000, and traveling and hotel ex- taxation tabulators to be found in
penses and there are three memlfcrs a11 of e forty-eight States he m-
of that august circulating bodtf- QUJes m "w more wesian oe-
Tampa Tribune. nunciations, and settles down to the
We print the foregoing in order to jb of fiUin out th blank- s
show that the leading newspapers of Then when he has finished. he is
the state are slowly but steadily com- worried lest he has omitted from the
ing into accord with the Star on the calculation of his deductions some one
educational question. or wo or.mree uems oi ouier mnas
oi taxation mat wouia reauce tne
a. i i a- tt i r
INDIVIDUAL VIEWS ? I amount ne oas to pay uncie oam,
OF CURRENT EVENTS 1 9X1(1 ne goca over tnem using
his hngers as counters his deg tax,
"Before you leave. Florida, said his poll tax, his. school tax, his vil vil-the
the vil-the editor "I wish you would write a iaee tax. his township tax. his State
review of a few subjects of national income tax (if he is a resident or
iiiccxcau iwr yuuncawon m tne owr. i New York), the tax on his house and
The back-tilted chair' in which I was the interest on the mortgage covering
sitting dropped with a bang to, aljtand wonders if he ought to in
position of normalcy on all fours, j ciude the tax he pays for the privil
About all the writing I had done for ege of running his flivver. Finully he
the last fifteen rears or so consisted decides to let it stand as ho has pre pre-of
of pre-of tales beginning "Dear Sir: I pared it rather than go over the whole
would esteem, it a favor if you would maddening task again with' ths pos
ive me a little more time," etc., and 8ible result of becoming a tax eater
uie suaaenness oi tne request had a himself as the inmate of a lunatic
rather startling effect. 1 I asylum.'
"Wny do you ask me to do that?" Since the foregoing was written,
I queried protestingly. "I am -sure the newspapers have stated that
the big dailies supply all the material while the number of persons m?king
of that kind' that your readers care to returns this year is greater than ever
absorb." before, the receipts will fall far short
"That's the trpuble," the editor re- Qf those for 1919, and what with, the
joined. -Most of the stuff they pnnthoss 0f revenue caused by prohibition
might just as well.be stereotyped, ex- Und the reduced volume of customs
cept as it reflects their politics What duties, the government, will, as usual
I would like to get is some of the of iate. be un aeainst it to meet its ex
opimons on current topics of the aver- penses. "What then?" glooms Mr.
age unprejudiced citizen who takes J Average Citizen, and he can see no no-an
an no-an average amount of interest in pub-1 thmg ahead but an increase in the
H affairs not necessarily his m-lte and the abolition of .all. exemp-
dmdual notions, but the views of his J tions.
fellows whom he. meets in the every-1 NORMALCY" WHAT IS IT?
day routine of his activities and who v;a imoW tn word
have no axes to grind." L,. lain fholirent in the bis?
1T6 flooded & uioiiaGTat Tlic cditor
I iiiAnfirioa rrntil MTiumed about six
had a compelling way, and I always montha &so by another American
nna nara to reiuse a reasont-.hie re- cit;ten yclept. Warren Gamaliel Hard-
"f dZi t
All pain stops at ones when Wizard Lightfoot
Arch Bonders, properly fitted by the expert
foot relief man, go into your shoes. You
can walk or dance or work in perfect com comfort.
fort. comfort. No more tired, aching feet for you!
There is no other method like the Wizard
to restore your feet to normal. Come, let
the visiting expert of the Wizard System of i
Foot Correction remove the cause of your
foot trouble. He will adjust soft leather inserts
in overlapping pockets, building a natural,
comfortable support under the weakened parts
of your feet. Wizard Lightfoot Arch Builders
contain no met ml. Feather light, soft;
pliable alUeather. No charge for examina examination
tion examination and diagnosis. You do not need to remove
your stockings. We invite you to come and
meet the visiting expert.
RJieinauer & Company, $m :
. i ..
EASTER SPECIALS AT LOW' PHJICES
.,-,.. i,y : .. ..........
- ; .'
Our 3 large store rooms filled with Spring goods with
PRICES SURE TO PLEASE
I incr wkA ntvivified it to describe a
That doesn't appear, to be such ttLnnj;tinn tv whleh he honed that not
big -job, I said, "and as I have aLni vu nm mnntrv hnt all others.
little time to spare m try it. would ere lone returnnormalcy.
But when I sat down to tackle it.lA,l Tt- lvmM Citizen wonders if
the job had assumed Brobdingnagian Mr Harding could have had in mind
proportions. UvJmi. f aav. ten vears a.
TRIBULATIONS OF TAXATION when a plethoric treasury, an abound abound-How
How abound-How to begin? Standing at the h ;
marge or an Hluniteble field. I hesl- -re of contentment were the chief
tated to take the first step, until my characteristics of our national life and
eye leu on a calendar depending from Uth income tax and prohibition were
a nan on tne wail, and l notes thatlas the dreams of visionary fanaties.
it was the fifteenth day of March a 1 But whatever his sentiment. the
day marking, the limit of time whenL-flrao-, ritixen believes that both are
some 5,000,000 persons, natural andlth us to stey if not forever, at
artificial (corporations), representing I for the life of the present gen-
approximately, and more or less di- eration; and after that it wont much
rectly, one-fifth of the population of matter to him. At the same timehe
the United, States, were required by feeis.a nagging curiosity regarding
the constitution, supplemented by the means that the now distinguished
certain statutory enactments, depart- citizen Q resurrected the not un un-mental
mental un-mental rulings, bureaucratic opinions, -ttmrtiv catchword wiU recommend
and the Lord only knows what else.l effect country's restoration to
to render to the rederal government the status that "normalcy was in
true and accurate accounts of their J tendej to typify.
'"" waes, saiwies, eanungs,! vMnfa'mo. while a wait 111 Z an-
profits, gains, emoluments, commis- nouncement 0f the program to be laid
sions, bonuses, fees, pensions, stock j before the extra session of Congress
oivioends, royalties, rents, etc, etc, which the President has called, the
etc, for the year 1920 in short, the nation,clike a man in a quagmire, is
las uay on wmcn income tax ren ftnmdering and stumbling in its ef
might be filed without incurring I
of the imposition of divers and sun-' (Concluded on PgeiThret)
Our buyer has just returned from New York city and
is now snowing an me incw iyd&iei opcumia
and Novelties, in Ready-to-Wear. apparel
for Men, Women and Children.
-, i i
Sec Our Windows and Keep Posted r
F. P. GADSON, Prop.
OCALA EVENING 8TAS. FfclDAY. MARCH 25. 1921
DECISION OF SUPREME COURT
IN TAX LEVY CASE
Following is the full text of the
decision of the Supreme Court of
Florida fa regard to the tax levy
made last year, in which was an item
f seven mills to provide for road
the Supreme Court of Florida,
January Terra, A. D, 1921, Marion
Flora M. Osborne and A. L. Mc McKay
Kay McKay Appellants, vs. W. W. Stripling
as Tax Collector of Marion county,
Florida; R. B. Meffert, J. A- Talton,
G. A. Waters, E. B Weathers and
R. L. Clyburn, as members of and
comprising the Board of County Com Commissioners
missioners Commissioners of Marion County; J. G.
Baskin, J. H. Taylor and L K. Ed Edwards,
wards, Edwards, Appellees.
Taxpayers brought a suit .to enjoin
the sale of real estate, upon the pay payment
ment payment of taxes duly assessed thereon
after eliminating taxes alleged to be
illegally assessed for the year 1920, to
provide interest and a sinking fund
for county bonds authorized to be sold
but not yet sold, and also to enjoin
the county commissioners from pay
ing over to named persons as county
bond trustees, i money to be derived
from the sale of the bonds. The
chancellor denied the injunction and
dismissed the bill. Complainant
It appears that on April 20, 1920,
an election was held under the statute
authorizing .the issue by Marion
County of $560,000. of 5 percent
highway coupon bonds to mature
serially five, ten and fifteen years
from their date, interest to be paid
semi-annually; that the bonds were
to be dated July 1, 1920; that owing
to the condition of the bond market,
the bonds have not been sold or even
printed for sale, in the early part
of 1921, as the minimum price fixed
by the statute could not be obtained;
that further efforts are being made
to sell the bonds as authorized by
law; that the tax has been levied for
the year 1920 to provide funds in
anticipation of interest payments that
may become due upon a sale of the
bonds, and for sinking fund to pay
the bonds at their respective matu
The statutes of the State contain
the following provisions:
"When any county bonds shall have
been issued in pursuance of this art article,
icle, article, it shall be the duty of the county
commissioners to levy annually by
cax upon the taxable property in the
county a sum sufficient to pay the
interest of said bonds, and also a
sum sufficient to meet the amount
annually required to be raised as a
sinking fund shall be provided for by
resolution of the board of county com commissioners
missioners commissioners before the issuing of any
of the said bonds.
' "When the county commissioners
ty treasurer, with sufficient sureties,
in such sum as may be required by
the county commissioners, condition conditioned
ed conditioned that the said trustee shall faith faithfully
fully faithfully discharge the trust confined to
him, and shall pay over and duly ac account
count account for all such sume of money
as may come into his hands by virtue
of such trust, which said bonds shall
be approved as to the form and the
sufficiency of sureties, by the board
of county commissioners; and the
county commissioners may, from time
to time, as circumstances may re require,
quire, require, demand additional security
from any such trustee." Sees. 798,
799 Gen. Stats. 1906, Compiled Laws,
1914; Sees. 1543, 1544 Rev. Gen.
The statute expressly provides that
"when any county bonds shall have
been issued x it thai be the duty
of the county commissioners to levy
annually a tax x sufficient to pay
the interest," &c.
This statute makes the due is issuance
suance issuance of bonds a prerequisite to the
levy of the tax for interest and sink sinking
ing sinking fund purposes, and as the sub subject
ject subject covered by special statutory pro provision,
vision, provision, conflicting implied authority
does not exist. The word "issue'
in the negotiable instrument statute
is defined by the statute to mean
"the first delivery of the instrument,
shall have issued bonds as afore-said, j complete in form to a person who
they shall appoint by resolution of
their board, to be recorded in the
minutes, a financial committee of
three persons, who shall be resident
free holders of the county, to be styl styled
ed styled trustees of county bonds, who shall
each given bond running to the coun-
takes it as a holder." Sec. 2934 Gen.
Stats. 1906, Compiled Laws,- 1914;
Sec. 4674 Rev. Gen. Stats. 1920. As
used in the statutes above quoted the
wor Js "shall have been issue-i,'' do
not have reference to an a'-hitrary
' CETRAL CONSUMER V V V X
It gives us pleasure to announce that we have secured
the distributing right for Fehr's Ambrosia-the great greatest
est greatest drink that has ever been offered here or anywhere
Fehr's Ambrosia is delightfully good as. well as
remarkably beneficial. It is prepared from the
Choicest Groins and Finest Hops. v
When you are thirsty, tired or fagged, then is the time Fehr's Ambrosia will
i" put you right. It is good for every member of your family and splendid to serve
'your guests. Drink it with or between meals, but be sure to serve it cold.
Fehr's Ambrosia is, sold in restaurants, drug stores, soda fotm fotm-tains,
tains, fotm-tains, grocery stores and all places where beverages are served f-
Order It By The Case From Your Dealer
Merchants: Write, Call or Phone For Our Dealers Proposition
I OCALA, FLORIDA
Central Consumers Co., Manufacturers, Louisville, Ky.
date that may be put in a bond.
"The time of issuance of bonds is
the time of treir delivery and not
the date they tear on their face."
5 McQuiUin on Municipal Corp., Sec.
2297 Chicago, B. & Q. P.y- Cc. v.
Dundy County, : Neb. ( Unofficial i
391, 91 N. W. Rep, 554; City 'of Jef Jefferson
ferson Jefferson t. Marshall Nat Bank. 18 Tex.
Civ. App. 539, 46 S. W. Bep. 97. Bonds
are not issued until actually or con constructively
structively constructively delivered under a contract
of sale. 5 McQuillin Municipal Corp,
Sec 2297. Note 4; Black Fishburne,
84 S. C..451. 66 S. E. Bep. 681.
In Moller v. City of Galveston, 23
Tex. Civ, App. 693. 57 S. W. Hep.
1116, the bonds were held to have
been issued when they were duly ex executed
ecuted executed for approval and sale. In
this case the bonds have not yet been
printed, executed or constracted for
sale. Bids have been asked for, but
no acceptable bid has been received.
There is here a mere authority to
issue-bonds, but no bonds "have been
It can not be said that the bonds
"have been issued" when apparently
no acceptable bids have been received
for them, or no specific offer to sell
the bonds at a stated permissible
price has been made and accepted,
and the bonds though authorized to
be sold have not been prepared for
execution and delivery, but the entire
transaction is awaiting the accept
ance of a legally permissible bid to
be made at some time in the future,
more or less dependent upon the
market for such securities. In Pot
ter y. Lainhart, 41 1 la. 647, 33 South.
Rep. 251, the bonds had been disposed
of for value and of course had "been
issued." It is suggested that it
takes time to make levy and collec
tion of taxes and interest may become
due before taxes are collected if the
levy is postponed until after the sale
and delivery of the bonds. This has
no weight against the expressed in intent
tent intent of the law. The sales of the
bonds may.be so regulated as thatJ
semi-annual interest payments will
not become due until the taxes are
collected. Taxes for each year are
levied during the year and are pay payable
able payable before the end of the I year.
Under the statute the appointment of
a financial committee of three per
sons x to be styled trustees of coun county
ty county bonds" shall be made "when the
county commissioners shall have is
sued bonds as aforesaid." The ap
pointment and due qualification of
the trustees can take place upon the
issuance of the bonds so that the
trustees may receive the proceeds
under the law.
The decree is reversed for proceed proceedings
ings proceedings consistent with this opinion.
Browne, C. J. and Taylor, Eilis and
West, J. J., concur.
You Can Get
(G A H D Kf E
all 20 to 251 ceimQs
By using a
Guaranteed to give more mileage and no
carbon, or we refund your money.
Call and let us'explain.
Oeala House Block
C V. ROBERTS. Phone 305
r no i
BARNEY SPENCER, Phone 431
ROBERTS & SPENCER f
Funeral Directors and Embalmers
1 Private Morgue and Chapel. Personal Service to all.
Motor Equipment. Coftins and Caskets Delivered,
a Office Phone 350
217 West Broadway
OF CURRENT EVENTS
Continued from Page Two)
forts to reach solid ground. Shutdowns
to right of us, failures, to left of us,
unemployment in front of us. con
found and astound us. Vast accum
ulations of merchandise offered at
prices far Mbelow the Mat of produc production,
tion, production, vainly seek buyers. Crops re remain
main remain unfathered while boosted
freight rates result only in filling the
railroad yards with idle cars.' V In the
cities millions are crying for decent
housing accommodations ; at prices
within their means, yet labor, strongly
organized as it is, announces its pur
pose to stand pat. How long will
it be before it removes its green
spectacles and gazes with naked eyes
on the "see" in normalcy?
However, the winter has passed,
there has been no apparent neces necessity
sity necessity for the establishment of free
soup stations or the issuance of ration
cards, and we are optimistic enough
to believe that the genius that has
placed the U. S. A. in the forefront
of the nations of the' earth will ex extricate
tricate extricate it from the bog in which it is
struggling, and make, if not all, at
least the great majority of us, as
happy as the. mundane harassments
of humanity will permit.
4 i i )
We have really an' an'-attractive
attractive an'-attractive price on
flour, bran, shorts shorts-wheat,
wheat, shorts-wheat, cow feed
laying mash and; ;
We are buying these goods in
car load quantities now end are
buying than so we can sell to
VERY BEST ADVANTAGE to
our customers :
Hay and (Cotton Seed Meal
FARMERS' EXCIIMGE STCP4
Merchants Bloclc Phone 163 1
(Dear Mr. Editor Regard for your
space limitations compels me to re refrain
frain refrain from considering in this issue
the averacre citizen's view of such
matters as the retention of article X
in the League of Nations covenant,
the enlargement of the nary, the Jap Japanese
anese Japanese situation, the proposed treaty
of peace with Germany, the yammer yammer-ings
ings yammer-ings of the socialists, the Sinn-Fein
efforts to involve us in war with Eng England,
land, England, the insolence of the Kaiserites
in holding a pro-German mass meet meeting
ing meeting in New York, and the cowardice
of the local authorities in permitting
it, the restriction of immigration, the
probable winner of the 1921 world's
series, how long it will be before the
firm of Lenine -and Trotsky goes
bust and whether "Main Street Street-presents
presents Street-presents a true picture of American
small-town life.. If 'yon are ac acquiescent
quiescent acquiescent and your readers tolerant,
I shall be pleased to give you another
instalment in the near future, but for
the present I trust the above will suf suffice.
fice. suffice. 5 A. V. Isitor.
CIVIL EAGLEEES AND SURVEYORS
Licensed under the laws of the State of Florida
Cant. Edward 'Drake is
with us and in charge of onr Phos Phosphate
phate Phosphate Mine and Plant Department.
Offices, 35-34 Colder DI
Fhzze no. 5tf
OCALA MOTOR CO.
C. E. Simmons
Best Equipped Garage In Florida
BATTERY Water and Service FREE
DIATJOND UGHT DATTE3ES GgD
$30 $25 ZZ0
Batteries Recharged and Rebuilt
Read the Star Want Ads. Itipays
OeALA VENING STAB. FRIDAY, MARCH 25, 1821
flnnirptoy MoflDiP CdDMpsnmy
ONE OF, FLORIDA'S BEST GARAGES
Ekpsrt Repairs Tires Gas and Oil
Accessories Storage ;
Main Street, Opposite Foundry OCA La, FLORIDA S
VALKLEY & BARNETT'S
If you have any society items for
the Star, please call five-one".
Did yoo know you could get a pair
of all-wool bine sere TROUSERS at
FISHEL'S for 55? 3-3t
Delectable display of Spring Fab Fabrics
rics Fabrics for .your Easter Dresses at
Come, come, let tu shew you our
beautiful Spring Goods. FISHEL'S. tf
Mr. Paul Fort, occe a well-known
Ocala boy. now a live business man of
Tampa, is in the city.
In Men's Furnishings, Straw Hats and Spring
Suits, Elegantly Tailored.
AT EXTRAORDINARY LOW PRICES
Worth a Half More
A few Palm Beach and Mohair Smts (oar fall stock of hot weather suits have
not arrived) Those now on hand we offer in Palm Beach at $15 to $18
Mohair Smts at $18
THESE ARE EXTRA SPECIAL VALUES
Our offerings in Summer Underwear ani Pajamas are interestingly Low in Price
Sentilla Cigars will suit your taste.
Did you know you could get a pair
of all-wool blue serge TROUSERS at
FISHEL'S for S5.95? 3-3t
Washington. D. C. 1
was a suiJerer of consti
pation for about eighteen months.
I took n good many things for- It
but' nor Ing did me much good.
I decided to try Dr. Pierce's Pleas
ant Pellets. It an Dr. Pierce's med medicines,
icines, medicines, are as god as his 'Pleasant
Pellets are for constipation. I think
the world should know" it.- JAME3
JL. NELSON. 1631 Sixth St.. N.
At all druggists. 25c a vlaL
WANTED, LOST, FOUND. FG3
SALE. FOB RENT AND SIM SIMILAR
ILAR SIMILAR LOCAL NEEDS
Rates: Six lines, maximum, on brat,
23c; three times, 50c; six times, 75c:
one month. $3. Payable in advance.
WOOD Giles Wood Yard. Seasoned
oak or pine wood for either stove or
fireplace, 1 and $2 per load. Yard
corner South Main and Third Sts.
Phone 112. 2-22-tf
A physician says women are get getting
ting getting taller. And meen look h-nger.
FOR SALE Twenty million Living Livingston
ston Livingston Globe tomato plants at $2 per
1000. Livingston true blue seed. la
5000 lots or more, $L50 per 1000.
Ruby King Peppers $2.00 per 1000.
Wauchula Plant. Farm, Wauchula,
Get your candy at the old price of
one dollar per pound at Ceng's Drug
Store. Nunnally's and Liggett's. tf
Surely you must see our newest
Fancy Dress Hats. FISHEL'S. 15-tf
A new lot of Powder Puffs just .n
at Ceng's Drug Store. tf
If you smoke cigars why pot get
the best? Call for Garcia de Ora;
10 cents all dealers. 25-1 m
Mr. P. W. Wbitesides is enjoying
a visit from his sister and brother
in-law, Mr. and Mrs. D. Retlogle and
lour children of Oklahoma. After a
short stay in Ocala, they will visit in
the southern part of the state.
FORD TRUCK FOR SALE Canopy
top, suitable for passengers or light
freight. Apply to Carroll Motors
Company, Ocala, Fla. 25-3t
Sprine weather has arrived fori
good and now's the time to eat cin
namon roils, reaerai Bakery- i-t
Don t fail to visit the Guarantee
Clothing & Shoe Company. Every
thing we sell is guaranteed. We're
fighting for QUALITY not prices, tf
FOR SALE One Maxwell 1920 1H-
ton truck, used for light work about -four
monLhs. Bargain. Also eS
Peacock. Nathan Mayo, Summer Summer-field,
field, Summer-field, Fla. 15-tf
By the day or hoar will cut and fit
work to be finished at your home.
Especial attention to children's
clothes. Appointments made. 313
Oklawaha Avenue, Phone No. 262. tf
FOR SALE Tomato plants. 15 cents
per 100; 100,000 improved Porto
Rico sweet potato slips ready to
plant now, jlJxJ per 1000. Send
orders to C Y. Miller, 124 Souti
Tenth St, Ocala. Fla. 15-tf 1
Beautiful Easter post cards.
Specialty Shop. A. E. Gerig.
Buick, 5 passenger, new top, good'
tires, a real buy. Spencer-Pedrick j
Motor Company. Buick pealers. t
WANTED To buy light one-horse,
wagon. Must be cheap for cash.
Address G. G. Maynard. Ocala. l?-tf
FOR SALE Newly painted Ford"
roadster, with seat covers, A-l me mechanical
chanical mechanical condition. Cheap for
$250.00. Also 2 six cylinder, 7
passenger cars. Needham Motor
Company. Phone 252. 22 -t
Garcia de Ora, that mild
filler; 10 cents all dealers)
Strati Hats $3, $3.50, $4 and $5
High Grade Leghorn Hats at $5 and $6
SPECIAL! Men's Silk Socks, 59c a pair
Extra Values in Men's Skirts at $2 to $3.50
lien's Work Shirts 75c, $1 and $1.25 Children's Overalls, for play 65c, 75c, SOc
Neckwear, Collars, Belts, Suit Cases and Travelling Bags
FISHEL'S have always been known
for the good hose they haadle for la ladies
dies ladies and men, and now they are intro introducing.
ducing. introducing. the best known children's hose.
Try WONDERHOSE for the kid kiddies.
dies. kiddies. 10-3t
Ocala House Block
Mr. J. E-' A: Holley of Bertram,
Ibbetson and Company, chartered ac accountants,
countants, accountants, is spending some days in
thecity. Mr. Holley was a captain
in the. army during the war.
''"It is hard for me to choose, they
are all so pretty," remarked a lady
who was" buying a HAT from
' Sentilla the mild cigar.
SUGAR SATURDAY AND MONDAY
11 pounds of sugar for one dollar,
with a dollar's worth of other groc groceries
eries groceries for cash, Saturday and Monday
only. Phone 377. '. 4 i
tf It B. WHITTINGTON.'
You will be more than delighted
when you try a box of our delicious
Log Cabin Candy, and our Martha
Washington Candy. THE VOGUE is
at your service. Phone 580 or 658 for
quick delivery of our QUALITY ICE
THE UNIVERSAL CAR
Whet the President of the. Ford Motor Company says about PRICES.
We have received the following from Mr. Edsel Ford, president of
v the Ford Motor Company:
"There is no change in the present Ford Car and Truck prices;
which already are at theNlowest possible figure, and now with
rock bottom reached on the Tractor price a further reduction in
price in either the car, Truck or Tractor is out of the question; in
fact the big price cuts have been niade in anticipation of continu continuous
ous continuous maximum production and increase may be necessary before
long if a large volume of new business is not obtained. Therefore
present prices of Ford products cannot be guaranteed against pos possible
sible possible increase."
While there is an actual shortage of Ford cars in other sections,
due to the closing down of the factories, we have been able to se secure
cure secure a few extra cars for Spring trade and can make immediate
delivery of a limited number.
buy now While the prices are down and the cars are
AVAILABLE. DELAY MAY EE B0STLY TO YOU.
TUCKER & SIMMONS
Application for Leave to SeU
, Minor's Land
Notice is hereby given to all whom
it may concern, that Mary Etta Will Williams,
iams, Williams, as guardian of Aurie Ersel Wil Williams,
liams, Williams, minor, will on the
20th day of ApriL A. D. 1921.
apply to the Honorable L. E. Futch,
county judge in and for Marion coun
ty, at 10 o'clock, a. m.. or as soon
A.L 1 I 1 1
mereaiier as me uiaiier can ue aeira, t
for authority to sell, at private sale,!
the following desenbed real estate,
in Marion countv, Florida, to-wit:
Lot number nineteen, as shown
upon the map of bnow s -Addition,
fcast Lake, Honda, as recorded m
plat book "A," page 184, in the office
of clerk of the circuit court in and for
Marion county, Florida.
Said land beloncrin? to the estate
of George F. Williams, deceased, and
to be sold for the best interest of said
Dated March 18, A. O. 1921.
Mary Etta Williams.
FOR RENT One front bedroom.
Also one 5-room cottage. Phoas
238, or call at 24 N. Sanchez Street.
FOR SALE Nice large home and
ample grounds for sale in -best
residence section. Fine to convert
into apartments, or ideal to make
into two homes for investmest.
Call or write Max Fishel, Ocala,
0 Isn't it worth, while to
. ear glasses if they will
?a-Sev." free you from headache?
DR. K. J. WEIHE,
Optometrist and Optician
PRACTICAL CONTRACTOR AND
Careful estimates made cn all con contract
tract contract work. Gives more and better
work fir. the money than any other
contractor in the city.
Nux and Iron Tablets will tone up
the sytsem "and give you strength.
Eottles of ldo at one dollar each at
Gerig! Drug Store. tf
Candy for Easter gifts, every pound
in the house reduced to $1.00 a pound.
The Specialty Shop, A. E. Gerig.
infant son, of Mr. and
The infant son, of Mr. and Mrs.
Stele Merritt of Center Hill, died in
this city at 4 o'clock yesterday.
The parents left with the body on
the night train for Center Hill, at
which place the funeral will take
place this afternoon. Roberts and
Those new HATS are still arriving,
NEEomi r.:oTon co.
General Auto Repairing
Gasoline, Oils and Grease
USED CARS FOR SALE
Cars Washed $1.00
Cars Polished ...' .50
Oklawaha Ave. & Orange St
C. Cecil Bryant
Room 22 Holder Block
PHONE 195 OR 332
FOR SALE Genuine Porto Rica po
tato plants, inspected and certified
by State Plant Board, $2.00 per
thousand f. o. b. Ocala. Cash
with orders. C. JL' Cooner, 1 74S
Wyomina St., Ocala, Fla.' 21-tf
FOR RENT Furnished apartment at
1129 Fort King Ave. Phone 207-T.
FOR SALE Ban ed Rock eirzs for
setting, Thompson and Longwood
strain at 913 Oklawaha Ave. Ocala,
FARM FOR SALE 323 acres oa
Shady Grove road 6 miles south of
Ocala. For information see Jirsxh
Grocery Company. d22-t
FOR SALE First, mortgage on im im-.
. im-. proved real estate amount two
thousand dollars, bearing ten per percent
cent percent interest. Address P. O. Box
9 ALL CARS
CYLINDERS RE-BORED AND
GEO. J. WILLIAMS
Formerly Carroll Motor Company
Garage, Osceola St.'
PHONE 597 Night 408
FOR RENT OR SALE Four room
cottage; all modern conveniences.
On 9th street, one block south of
high school. See me this week as
I am leaving town. B. J. Johnson.
A. E. GERIG
' Phone 519
111 W. Broadway
FOR RENT Large well ventilated
rooms for housekeeping, furnished
or unfurnished. At Dormitory.
Phone 305. 2S-
FOR RENT Furnished light apart apartments.
ments. apartments. Apply at 239 OckUwti
avenue. Phone 507. v 2312t
FOR RENT Furnished rooms. Ap-
ply to 603 East Second street. 24-3t
FOR SALE Tomato plants ready
. for setting. In rny quantity. Ad Ad-.'
.' Ad-.' dress, J. J. Tipto.i, Ocala. 25-t
Make your home more attractive by
having your spotted mirrors re re-silvered.
silvered. re-silvered. Auto headlights re-nickeled.
All kinds of Electro Plating.
Ocala Mirror end Plafinv Yorh
I All Garcia de Ora cigars wrapped
i Yonge Block, Ft. King Ave. Phone 504 in tin foil; 10 cents all dealers. 25-lm
Arrival and departure of passenger
trains at OCALA UNION STATION.
The following schedule figures
lis bed as information and not
(Eastern Standard Time)
SEABOARD AIR LINE RAILROAD
2:20 am JacksonviHe-NTork 2:10 ara
1:55 pm Jacksonville 1:50 pa
4:17 pm Jacksonville 3:50 pa
2:15 am Tampa-
Manatee-5t Petrsbre 4:C5 LIU
2:55 am NTork-St. Petrsbrg 15 an
2:15 am Tampa 2:15 am.
1 :50 pm Tampa-Manatee 1 :25 pn
4:05 pm Tampa-St. Petrsbrg 4:C5pa
ATLANTIC COAST LINE R, E.
27 am JacksonviHe-NTork 23 tzs
1:45 pm Jksonville-Gainsville SiZA pm
6:42 am Jksonville-Gansville 10:13 pa
23 am StPetsbrg-Lakeland 2 iZI am
3:24 pm SLPetsbrg-Lakeland 1:25 pta
7:10 am Dunnellon-Wficox
7:25 am DuneIlon-LkeIand 11:03 pa
3:30 pm Homosassa 15 pa
iv:ia pm ieesDurg 6:42 ;
4:45 pm Gainesville 11:50 ;
Monday, Wednesday, Friday.
Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday.