Thi3 morning, 66 degrees.
This afternoon, 88 degrees.
Fair weather, cool first half of the
week with normal temperature there thereafter
after thereafter is predicted for Florida the
week begir.rf lg Sunday.
OCALA; FLORIDA. SATURDAY, APRIL 9, mi
E TO MAKE HENRY FORD'S
STATE OF FLORIDA
i TRACE OF
WILL BE STOLEII
Looks "Like Uncle Sam's Nary
Lost Five More of Its
Panama City, April 9. The naval
balloon missing with five men since it
left the Pensacola naval station on
March 22nd, was picked up in the
gulf late yesterday by a fishing boat
and brought here. There was no trace
of the crew.
The schooner Electra, Captain Roy
Eckart,'was proceeding to port when
at 7 o'clock last night 26 miles south
west of Cape San Bias the lookout
Saw a black patch on the surface. An
investigation developed it was the
missing balloon with the basket still
attached. A small amount of gas in
the bag kept it from sinking.
He Must Serve a Sentence in a Colo Colorado
rado Colorado Jail Because he Won't Be Betray
tray Betray the Confidence of a Child
POOR PEOPLE WENT
HUNGRY FOR POTATOES
All Winter in' Michigan While Spec Speculators
ulators Speculators Held Them for a
(Associated Press j
Denver, April 9. Judge Ben B.
Lindsey ,of the Denver juvenile court,
expected to appear in district court
today for the execution of a one-year
sentence in jail or $500 fine for con contempt
tempt contempt of court. The judge has, de declared
clared declared he would rather go to jail than
betroy the confidence of a child. The
sentence was imposed in 1915 for
Lindsey's refusal to divulge the
statement made by a 14-year-old boy
whose mother was on trial for murder.
Recommendation to Mercy
Saved Him from Death
on the Gallows
Covington, Ga., April 9. John S.
Williams, accused of the murder of
eleven of his negro farm hands in an
endeavor to halt the federal investi investigation
gation investigation of peonage, was found guilty
of murder by a jury1 here today and
sentenced to life imprisonment. A
motion for a new trial was immediate immediately
ly immediately filed and a hearing on the motion
was' set for trial April 30th at Deca Decatur,
tur, Decatur, before Judge Hutcheson, who
presided at the trial. A verdict of
murder with recommendation for
mercy was returned, which under the
Georgia law automatically carries a
Airplanes Must be Greatly Improved
Before They Can do Regular
Long Distance Service
Enemies Invoke the Aid of
Police to Stop Its Sale in
(Associated Press j t Associated Press)
Washington, April 9. The two ma-j St. Louis, April 9. Application for
rine corps planes from Washington j an injunction to restrain the police
to the Virgin Islands reached Port au j from interfering with street sales of
Prince, Haiti, yesterday, the navy Henry Ford's paper, the Dearborn
department was advised today. j Independent, was filed in the federal
jiuun nere iouay, Dy counsel ior tne
publishers. Because of its anti anti-Semitic
Semitic anti-Semitic campaign, street sales of the
KITCHIN WILL SUIT
Democrats of the House Have Been
So Unwise as to Elect Him
Independent were recently banned by
the police and four vendors arrested.
Traverse City, Mich., April
Belleview, April 8. Though not
visible to'the naked eye, that portion
of the world's atmosphere which en envelops
velops envelops the Belleview Gun and Rod
Club's trap shooting range at Smith
Lake resembled a sieve yesterday aft afternoon.
ernoon. afternoon. It was the occasion of the club's bi
monthly shoot and the marksmanship
Potatoes sold for 18 cents a bushel in of several novices, several near near-the
the near-the market here-today. This is the; novices and several others who shot
lowest price reached in many yearsiike novices, or worse, was such that
and was due to the receipt of thou-1 the air was torn and splashed,
sands of bushels the growers had sprinkled and peppered in all direc direc-been
been direc-been holding for higher prices since tions save the right one. The flying
last fall. S targets never had' such a happy day,
; ; j so numerous were their escapes and
WHAT'S THE USE NOW? j the shooters never had such an un-
. j happy time. All save a few of the
(Associated Press) j regular "headliners" were badly off
Nashville, April 9. The Tennesseejform but one of tnesGj Capt- R- B
supreme court today affirmed, the ac- Meffert shot., so splendidly -that he
tion of Chief Justice. Lansden in is-! piace(j a perfect score of 25 to his
suing writs, of certiorari and super- credit w p Preer missed that goal
sedeas in the woman suffrage litiga- by one "bird' 'and C. P. Davis with 23
tion last summer as a result of which jnjts came within touching distance
Governor Roberts sent a certificate to Qf jt
Secretary Colby of ratification of the Tne feature event, the luncheon
nineteenth amendment to the c onsti- j team shoot, was almost a comedy.
tutiAn by the legislature. j Misses were more numerous than hits,
" ;the team captained by R. G. Betts
DISLIKE COMPETITION Ipassing the "privilege" of paying for
" x the refreshments to the side chosen by
(Associated Prss) R E Mart;n by the score of 13g to
Birmingham, April 9. Twenty- ln
seven local unions of tne umtea Mine In the other most interesting event,
Workers of America meeting at the doubes match, even the good
Brookside -last, night adopted a reso- snots showed the influence of the
lution condemning parading tnrougn prevailing "off ness" of the day. Of
the mining districts of masked mem- 12 pairs Meffert, Preer 'and E. B
bers of the Ku Klux. Lytle brought down only four pairs
each; Meffert and Lytle, however,
JERSEY STATE WILL BE breaking enough singles to run into
DISGRACED ON THE a tie score of 15 out of a possible 24.
' SECOND DAY OF JULY; The summary Gf the afternoon's
i (Associated Press)
The verdict, which was read exactly
eighteen hours after the case went
to the jury, was received calmly by
Williams. A moment later as his wife
and children began to sob, he seemed
to struggleto restrain his own emo
tions. Just after court adjourned
Williams' two daughters became hys hysterical.
terical. hysterical. The defendant appeared more
affected by his family's suffering
than bv the verdict.
WESTERN UNION DELIVERS
BOY ACROSS CONTINENT
Washington, April 9. Representa
tive Claude Kitchin of North Caro Carolina,
lina, Carolina, was selected today by the House
democrats as the party candidate for
speaker and Representative Teague
of Massachusetts, was chosen to fill
the democratic vacancy on the ways
and means committee.
'MUCH DAMAGE TO SHIPPING
ON THE MEDITERRANEAN
MIAMI DIVIDED ON
RENAMING HER STREETS
New York, April 9. Dempsey and
Carpentier will battle for the world's
heavyweight championship within the
state limit sof New Jersey Saturday,
The Get-Set Preliminary
R. B. Meffert, 25; C. P. Davis, 21;
W, P.. Preer, 20; Raymond E. Gale,
19; E. B. Walling, 19; E. B. Lytle, 19;
(San Francisco' Chronicle)
During the seventy-five years or
more the telegraph has been in use in
America its ramifications have in
creased mightily. Everything, from
presidential messages to flowers for
one's sweetheart and checks from
home, are flashed to us arranged for
via the wire.
Every one is aware of the versatil versatility
ity versatility and arduous errands required of
the messenger boys who deliver these
urgent missives, but few have heard
of the latest test to which his abilities
have been pulf and the most novel
servjee which has yet been attempted
M. E. Whiting, manager of the
Western Union Telegraph Company
at Bakersfield, Calif., himself was as astounded
tounded astounded when 7-year-old Johnnie
Caldewood arrived from Jutland,
Vermont, care of the Western Union,
and specially marked for delivery to
his parents at Oildale, a town near
Bakersfield. Johnnie's Vermont rel
atives, after having put him on the
train and duly tagging him, placed
faithful trust in the telegraph. John Johnnie
nie Johnnie was promptly transmitted to Oil-
dale, but the manager neglected to
say whether he was handled as a
night letter or a straight daymes-
Miami, April 9. The postal au authorities
thorities authorities are arrayed on one side and
the "old timers" on the other in the
first now being waged to rename
streets here. The postoffice contends
that delivery of mail is impossible
unless there is a systematic method
of naming the streets and number numbering
ing numbering the houses, while the pioneers ob object
ject object to numbering a street bearing
the name of some prominent Miami Miami-an.
an. Miami-an. Decision as to the names the
streets will bear will be made at a
Madrid, April 9. Gretat damage
was done along the Mediterranean
coast of Spain by a terrific storm.
Three fishing boats have disappeared
with the crews. But few details of
the damage have been learned.
THE CROP SITUATION
IS NOT FAVORABLE
Gainesville, April 9. Dry weather
has resulted in generally unfavorable
conditions for Florida crops accord accord-ire:
ire: accord-ire: to the current weekly report of
the federal bureau of crop estimates
to the department of agriculture, at
Planting of corn continues but ger germination
mination germination is slow because of the. lack
of moisture. Cotton planting has
been checked by dry weather stnd the
condition of oats is below the average
except in local areas which have had
Northern Millionaires and Yerrmen
Have Paralyzed the
Miami, April 9. Burglars
night stole a 2000-pound safe
the East Coast freight depot
The safe was said to contain
in cash and ?5000 in checks.
EVEN ROB THE ICE MEN
Miami, April 9. One white' man
and four negroes were arrested here
today for the theft from the ice com company
pany company of tickets worth $15,000. All
VAUGHN ESCAPED ANY
Tampa, April 9. Thurston U.
Vaughn, arrested here a fewdays ago
for the authorities at Columbia, S.
C, committed suicide in the murder murderers'
ers' murderers' cell at the Hillsborough county
jail last night. He slashed his throat
with a razor, almost -severing his head
from his body.
Sheriff Spencer said today he did
not know what dispostion would be
made of the body of Vaughn, wanted
at Columbia, S. C, vmo committed
suicide in jail last night. Spencer
said he believed South Carolina offi officers
cers officers were on the way to Tampa for
special election to be held within the rains. The early planting of beans
The exact location tf the "Harry Baxter, 19; R. G. Betts, 11;
later but the selection of the site will
be confined to Atlantic City, Newark
or Jersey City. This was officially an announced
nounced announced this afternoon by Tex Rick Rick-ard,
ard, Rick-ard, who will have sole control of the
'arrangements and presentation of
ALABAMA HAD A
next two months, the city council
having called the election pursuant to
the filing of an initiative petition.
A new system of street names was
ordered last October but the older
residents continued to use the old
names. Under the new system the
city is divided into quarters and the
streets are numbered "Northeast,"
"Southeast," "Southwest," "North "Northwest,"
west," "Northwest," as in the city of Washington.
The main thoroughfare, heretofore
known as Twelfth street, was named
Flagler, in honor of the east coast de developer,
veloper, developer, and the other dividing line,
formerly known as Avenue D, was
given the name of Miami avenue.
Before the streets were renamed
there was much confusion, there hav having
ing having been six Palm avenues, as an ex example.
ample. example. Several other streets bore as
many as five different names.
Main Street and 26 other new books
at THE BOOK SHOP. 9-3t
ana peas is up, with the stand and
The movement of early potatoes
has begun but the condition of the
crop is dropping because of blight,
the deport declares. Transplanting
of sweet potatoes is awaiting rain.
The condition and prospects of cit citrus
rus citrus fruits is declared excellent and
a heavy production of deciduous fruits
Conditions affecting live stock con
tinue good and farmers are prepar
ing to market some of their hogs
durine the summer. Pastures are re
ported as fairly good in spite of dry
Under miscellaneous farm notes,
the bureau reports that South Flor Florida
ida Florida is expecting a heavy honey yield.
Melon acreage is much smaller than
last year, planting of sugar cane is
practically completed .and the condi condition
tion condition of early rice is good in the
southern part of the state.
LORD HAVE MERCY
ON THE LEGISLATURE
Miami, April 9. William Jennings
Bryan announced today that he had
accepted an invitation from the Flor
ida legislature to address that body
GATES ON TRIAL
W. F. BRENNAN
Who Will Lecture on Gettinf the
Most Out of Retailing" at the
Courthouse Monday Night
It is expected that all the merch
ants, business men and women, sales
men and clerks will attend the illus
trated lecture, "Getting the Most Out
of Retailing," to be given in the
court house, Monday night. April 11,
at 8 o'clock. The lecture,, which will
be given under the auspices of the
Marion County Board of Trade, will
be free to all. Mr. W. F. Brennan,
business expert and organizer, will
discuss the various questions that are
of special interest to the merchants
and business people everywhere. He
will show how co-operation and or organization
ganization organization make for a better commu community.
nity. community. He will show practical im
provements in service and in store
organization. He will discuss adver advertising
tising advertising and its practical use. taking up
newspaper advertising in particular.
The lecture will be illustrated with
six thousand feet of moving pic
The topics to be discussed by Mr.
Brennan and which will be covered
by the motion pictures will include
store organization, advertising, dis displays,
plays, displays, personal calling and business
ARE TRYING TQ HEAD
THE NEW CHARTER OFF
GOOD AMERICAN COIN
not be announced until Harvey Kimball, 9; J. Tanner, 5.
Luncheon Team Shoot
W. P. Preer ... 24
C. P. Davis 23
E. B. Walling 19
E. B. Lytle 16
A. J. Beck 16
H. Kimball 14
W. H. Snooks 13
J. Bullock 8
R. G. Betts .. 5
R. B. Meffert 20
J. M. Thomas 19
H. Baxter v 14
R. E. Gale .. 14
F. E. Martin ,14
F. M. Gale 13
J. W. Davis 8
F. F. Wendell 6
J. A. Haller 3
Meffert 210111112 21.215
Preer 10 2101210 21213
C. P. Davis.. 1 1211 1111201 13
Baxter 110 210 01112111
First: Meffert, 22; Preer, 21; Thom-
as. iy: tsaxxer. 10: lyxie, io; r.
Second: Lytle, 20; Kimball, 19;
Walling, 12; Snooks, 12.
Special Challenge Duel
R. B. Meffert 19; Julian Bullock 13.
Clio, Ala., April 9. Several per persons
sons persons were injured by the derailment
of a mixed train on the Central of
Georgia last night nearSlamville.
None were seriously hurt and they
proceeded to their homes.
CYLINDERS RE-BORED AND
GEO. J. WILLIAMS
Formerly Carroll Motor Company
Garage, Osceola St.
St, Margaret's Guild will hold a
cake, candy and fancy work sale Sat
urday, April .6, at Mrs. Bostick's
foimer stand, comer Main and Fort
King. During the" day friit punch will
be sold. -6t
At the meeting of Fort King Camp
No. 14, W. O. W.. last night, a motion
prevailed that the lodge hereafter
meet on the second Friday night in
each month, instead of the second and
fourth Friday nights, as has been the
custom for some time.
Fine Quality Flowered Dress Voiles
Purchased for Cash for about 50 cents on
the Dollar from a large New York jobber
retiring from business.
These Goods are
NOW ON SALE
at per yard
The case of Charles Gates, of St.
Petersburg, charged with having liq
uor in his possession, is being tried in
JnHcro Piit, rnnrt toHav.
i Assoc is lea tress)
fiamt An;l a A J I it
rp j I 1 If I CCf WiVTQ I m 4-iu r. an uijuutuvil WMi
' A B 4 KJ vv mm ...... r I t 1 J r 1
iue iuea aionaay againsi tne cnarter
1U Kttl JHb lAt-UAijiiKini 1 it8 from gubmit-
lf-.n tr tVio onion.
lauanassee, Apni iuiuiuk May 17U, the BroDosed new citv char-
and West Florida will make a de- t nroviAintr fnr rnmmi;OT1
termined effort at this session of the ermnent, the city attorney announced
legislature to put a smp vo today. There are ten illegalities in
ior removal 01 tne capitoi irom laua- proposed charter, the attorney de-
nassee, u noi ior au time at leasi ildared.
several years to come.
The legislature will be offered a
bill early, in the session providing for
an appropriation of $250,000 for con
struction of additions to the capitol
and West Floridians generally be-
ieve that if the measure is success
ful the. capitol removal question will
be stampeded temporarily if not per
Under the extension plans two
wings would be added to the present
caDitol. both extending westward
from the two ends of the structure,! Boys', washable smta in tne raui.
leaving a large court in the center Jones make, middies and all styles.
fnr Adams trot annmBrh. The I II A. Waterman, the Haberdasher,
wings would each be 90 by 50 feet
and three stories in height and would
be devoted largely to assembly rooms
for the Senate and House, the Senate
taking the south wing and the House
the north. Room now occupied by the I
legislative bodies would be utilized
as committee rooms daring the ses sessions
sions sessions of the legislature and in the
intervening periods would be occupied
by various branche sof the state gov
(Associated Press j
Havana, April 9- The Banco -Na
tional de Cuba suspended payment
this morning and the doors were
closed. Failure to obtain a .loan in
the United States caused the decision
I of the directors to close.
BOARD OF CONTROL
PLAN OF McRAE- FOR
"THE FASHION CENTER"
Tallahassee. April 9 W. A. lic-
Rae, commissioner of agriculture, has
recommended to Gov. Hardee that the
legislature provide for, a "Board of
Control of State Institutions, to
have direct charge of the state prison
farm, the state hospital for the in
sane, the industrial school" for boys
and the industrial- school for girls.
These institutions now have a com combined
bined combined population of more than 3000
Commissioner McRae reported that
on January 1, there were 433 disabled
male and female prisoners, whites
and negroes, and 62 able-bodied male
prisoners on the farm at Raiford. The
remaining able-bodied state prisoners,
628 in number, were at various state
The commissioner declared the
leasing of county convicts should be
abolished as inhuman, and urged that
prisoners be given more. money on
their release from custody at the ex
piration of their terms.
Now is the time while yon have a
licensed and experienced Chiropractor
in town, to have all those physical
ailments removed. DR. KIPLING ER,
We have opened a cleaning
and pressing department in
connection with our Men's
Furnishings store in the
Ocala House block. Besides
men's work, we are specially
prepared for cleaning ladies'
Jresses, silks, satins, crepes
and fancy woolens. All the i
latest methods are used in-
eluding the French Dry
All orders receive prompt
attention, and goods are call called
ed called for and delivered in any
.Mtrt of the city. All work
This department is under
the personal supervision of
Mr. F. W. Broderick.
Out of town orders solicit solicited.
ed. solicited. Wo pay return parcel
post on all work. Z
This is a Studebaker year. tf
Ocala House. 7-3t
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Mr. A. C. Blowers, one of Florida's
most persistent boosters for good
roads, has been appointed by Gov
Hardee to help represent Florida in
the national good roads meeting at
Greenville, N. C.
If this is a business legislature,
why does it spill an hour or two of its
time to listen to one of Bryan's
speeches? Why don't they let Mr.
Bryan hire a hall, and go hear him on
their own time? Mr. Bryan can tell
them nothing of state business, or
The people of this, the twentieth
district, can't help feeling that a per
sonal slight was intended when their
senator was not given the chairman chairmanship
ship chairmanship of any Senate committee. Mr.
Crosby has been in the legislature six
years and there are few members of
either house that know more about
the transaction of business than he.
President MacWilliams may think he
is a near-statesman, bnt he isn't even
a good politician.
PUBLIC AFFAIRS MADE PUBLIC
Some contemporary speaking of
Florida republicans wanted to know
why the affairs of that party in this
state were not left in the hands of
Judge Gober and other prominent
northern republicans who had lived in
the state long enough to understand
conditions. The Star would be glad
to see Judge Gober high in the coun councils
cils councils of his party, as he is a good man
and understands not only Florida but
southern affairs generally. But he
was born and raised in Georgia and
was a democrat up to about seven
The Star cannot subscribe to the
doctrine so much praised by many
good citizens to let a man be pluck plucked
ed plucked by sharpers, either because he is
ignorant or is trying to get some
easy money. For one thing, this is a
state that no civilized man can afford
to fall into, and when a large number
of citizens take that stand it rather
more than perceptibly lowers the
moral tone of their community. An
other thing is that it encourages the
sharpers and makes them more num
erous. We .would rather see a confi
dence man rob some self-satisfied
citizen, whoVon't do anything to re restrain
strain restrain a sharper, than see him swindle
the foolish and ignorant.
Report of the Condition of
THE METROPOLITAN SAVINGS
BANK OF OCALA
In the State of Florida at the Close of
. Business April 2, 1921
Loans on real estate $ 40,996.80
Loans on collateral secu
rity other than real
All other loans and dis discounts
counts discounts Overdrafts
United States bonds
Stocks of corporations....
Banking house, furniture
Other real estate
Claims and other resources
Due from incorporated
Checks and exchanges for
Cash on hand 3,773.16
Capital stock paid in $ 25,000.00
Surplus fund 4,000.00
Undivided profits (less ex expenses
penses expenses and taxes paid) 208.39
Individual deposits subject
to check 67,173.20
Certified checks 280.00
Cashier's checks outstand-
Savings deposits 55,930.27
Editor Star: For the first time in
years I rode the full distance from
Ocala to Mcintosh over the road
known in the Auld Lang Syne as the
McLeod road, now as the Dixie High Highway.
way. Highway. It has been "just twenty years
ago" since this road was laid down,
before hard roads led to better offices
and our road fund was one-fourth of
what it is today. I have always felt
a personal interest in this road as
my maiden effort at road construc construction.
tion. construction. It was surveyed through the
woods with a compass, with a county
map as a chart and constructed with
out experience or blue print. It was
the first real hard road build in our
county. For this score of years 1
have watched it with a critic's eye on
every mile of it and found it full of
small holes and choppy. I have never
had confidence in soft lime stone as a
substantial road material. When
building the first seven miles of this
road out of Ocala, I laid a base of4
broken flint rock and this part of the
road has stood much better than
where only soft lime was used. 1
found the flint cheaper as a material
than lime stone. If I had had the
crushing machinery in use today and
could have used three-fourths flint
to one part of lime stone it would
have saved thousands of dollars for
the county in repairs in the past
twenty years, money that could have
gone to new construction. Our lime
stone road-s are twenty years behind
our needs of today. We have changed
from the horse drawn wagon, which
presses down the surface of a road,
to the auto which gets its momentum
from friction on the surface of a
road and if of lime stone will abrase
the surface. This means in a short
time a choppy road. Our county dads
tell me that it's taking all tf the
present road fund to keep up repairs
on our thiir surfaced spun out sys system
tem system of hard roads. They are right
and we are done with new construc construction
tion construction until we reduce repair bills. We
can't afford to go back to the crooked
sand trails of the past. We need hard
roads and harder ones than what we
have. This means to go back to the
starting point and make repairs more
substantial. With an active part in
road construction for four years and
as. an interested observer of a decade,
let me give you my prescription: We
have in this county billions of tons of
hard flint stone. I don't think there
Is a road in the county that hasn't
enough along its line to lay it a foot
deep in crushed stone. Let our county
dads put the crushers and screens to
crushing and screening this stone
down to the size of shelled corn. Ele Elevate
vate Elevate it into bins so a truck can be
loaded in a wink, plow or pick up our
lime roads, mix and roll this crushed
gravel into the surface of the road
until you have a stone veneer on it.
If one application does not stand up
under use, come back and give it an another.
other. another. This process and material has
my full confidence. It will reduce re repair
pair repair bills and put money in the road
fund. It doesn't need asphalt or
John D's. oil to keep down the dust.
It will leave the taxpayers' money -at
home. Thomas & Co. have three
crushers running in the county, tak
ing flint rock from both sides of the
Dixie highway and shipping it to
other parts of the state for road pur purposes,
poses, purposes, while our county dads feed the
winds on soft lime stone and repair
with a sand dust mulch. Our dads
tell me when I talk "crushed flint,"
they have "no money" to put up ma machinery;
chinery; machinery; That sounds strange, with
Thomas & Co. in' the taxable assets of
Marion county. It looks like they
could scrape up enough dough to build
a crushing plant and get road refor
mation under way. It's my earnest
judgment that the continued use of
crushed flint gravel as suggested in
renewal and repair work will put our
roads second to none in the state, in
a condition that will require little re repair
pair repair money and that this can be ac accomplished
complished accomplished with our" present road
fund without the aid of county bonds
Let me repeat, this fine hard ftone
lays along and within easy reach of
every road in the county. No freight
and a short haul to the road bed. To
take it from the fields and land will
add 'to their agricultural value. A
crushing plant is not expensive and
can be made portable so it can be
taken down and set up to save long
hauls. What I have said for the
county will apply to Ocala. There is
enough of flint stone within two and
a half miles of the square to fill her
streets with this everlasting stone
and it doesn't need the aid of the
American Asphalt Co. or Uncle John
D's. oil. E. C. McLeod.
Editor Star: Your editorial under
the above caption in last Friday's is
sue will, I hope, aid in bringing about
a change in the matter of the publica publication
tion publication of "legal notices." I have had
this, in mind for several years, and
wished to bring it before the people,
but refrained because I knew it re required
quired required some one of influence to give
the matter a hearing. Of course the
county and city governments should
give the people an itemized account accounting
ing accounting each year. They can do that
without further legislation.
Mr. Jefferson knew weir the neces necessity
sity necessity of a free press in a republican
form of government, and said in sub
stance that without it a republic
would not last.
Our county papers should be free to
discuss public affairs and public
measures without fear of the conse consequences
quences consequences of displeasing any one, espe especially
cially especially officers. As it is in Florida the
county paper, should it offend the
commissioners, school board, clerk.
sheriff or judges, is liable to find its
revenues materially diminished, and
as the publishers are usually pooi,
they must think of those dependent on
them for meat and bread, if for no
other reason, and pass many things
by that would be exposed for the pub public
lic public good. And, nobody can blame
them. In fact, they even have to
bow to the lawyer, and they are the
only class that I know of that do.
What is my remedy?
1st. Require all legal advertise advertisements
ments advertisements to be published in the same
weekly newspaper, one only the coun county
ty county to be designated.
2nd. Let the voters everv four
years when they elect county officers
stlect by their votes such paper. Such
paper should be a bona fide paper of
at least one year's publication in the
3rd. The legislature should fix the
rates for the publishers to charge.
By having one paper for these pub publications
lications publications uroperty owners would know
where to look for any matter con
cerning their property, any especially
should S.I1 tax sales be published in
the srm paper for at least four
The suggestion that the designa
tion of ere paper to do this work for
the people would create a monopoly,
and be unfair to the other papers, is
not worthy of serious thought. You
had as well say that the election of
John Smith to the clerkship is a mo monopoly
nopoly monopoly and unfair to his opponents.
The need of one paper carrying all
the legal advertisements is illustrat illustrated
ed illustrated in Marion county at this time. The
Evening Star is carrying the Ocala
tax sale notice, the Banner (weekly)
will carry the state and county sales.
In law the purpose of publication is
to serve notice to the owner that his
property is to be sold. Therefore to
be certain, that his property will not
be sold without his knowledge the
property owner must subscribe for
the Banner and the daily and the
Weekly Star, to say nothing of the
Summerfield Chronicle. There is no
reason for such jx state of affairs.
Why We Are
We've seen a lot of batteries,
but never another like the
Willard Threaded Rubber Bat Battery.
tery. Battery. Threaded Rubber insulates
the plates instead of separating
them the way wood separators
No carbonizing, puncturing,
checking or cracking, because
Threaded Rubber Insulation re retains
tains retains all the valuable insulating
qualities of rubber and is not
affected by acid.
That's one reason why we're
strong for Willard Threaded
OCALA STORAGE BAITERY CO.
Phone 348 0CAIA, fLA.
is rhs spirit of modern times.
The organized endeaver of the
men behind this bank the ex ex-perie
perie ex-perie ce, knowledge and vision
of our officers and directors
makes a connection here all
the more desirable.
Avail yourself of our organiza organization
tion organization by becoming a member of
our family of depositors.
Munroe & Chambliss National Bank
m ............... ... ..
& Fnnt fcntfArincr ic n aaHIq.q! Ji! 1
State of Florida,
County of Marion, ss:
I, A. St. Geo. Richardson, cashier
of the. above-named bankt do solemnly
swear; mat tne above statement is
true to the best of my knowledge and
belief. A. St. Geo. Richardson,
Correct Attest: Cashier.
F. P. Gadson,
G. Crumpton, Directors.
Subscribed and sworn to before me
this 7th day of April, 1921.
Pearl E. Anderson,
1918 seven-passenger Reo. Two
new cord tires in rear, other tires
fair. Good top. In good repair. $400
for quick sale. Spencer-Pedrick Motor
1917 fivepassenger Buick, new top;
Al shape, $700. Spencer-Pedrick
Motor Company. 6-tf
Let the Dr. SchoB
demonstrate to you
that you can gain
complete foot com
A foot expert
coming to our store
April Uth, 12th anllZth
i ; 1
This is a Studebaker year.
Boy?' kickapoo shoes. Composition,
also rubber soles. The latest. You
should see them. H. A. Waterman,
The Haberdasher. 8-2t
SUGAR SATURDAY AND MONDAY
12 pounds of sugar for one dollar,
with a dollar's worth of other groc groceries
eries groceries for cash, Saturday and Monday
only. Phone 377.
tf H. B. WHITTTNGTON.
SECOND HAND FORD ROADSTER
1921- second hand Ford roadster
with starter at a bargain.
7-3t AUTO SALES CO.
You will be more than delighted
when you try a box of our delicious
Log Cabin Candy, and our Martha
Washington Candy. THE VOGUE i3
at your service. Phone 580 or 558 for
quick delivery of our QUALITY ICE
Lucky purchase from the Factory
THE MIDDLE MAN'S PROFIT OMITTED
Hands you the following Bargains
MADRAS Excellent grade shirt
material and pattern, suitable for
men's shirts and ladies' waists.
Beat it if yoa can. Price per yard
VOILE Plain white and extremely pretty pat patterns
terns patterns in floral and figured designs.
Purchased at most astonishingly
low prices for this fashionable ma- yr(f&
terial. Specials of Specials for Mon- loUll
day. Beat it if yoa can. Per yard
RIVOLI CLOTH la colors Tan, White. Lilac,
Light Blue and pink. So appropriate, indeed
fashionable, for the approaching sum
mer season frocks It is something
new in cloth and most pleasing in
price. Go to it as long as it lasts
at the price a yard
RAMICE CLOTH In Rose, Blue
and White. Summer Suiting. For
the above dates only, per yard
buy Liberty Bonds at Market Value.
CASH OR TRADE.
He is a member of the staff of Dr. Wm.
M. Scholl, the recognized authority on all
foot troubles, and is. here for the benefit of
our patrons and others. All who come to
him will have their cases carefully studied
and will be advised how to gain
immediate relief and complete
Examination and advice free
- We want everyone with bother bothersome
some bothersome feet to take full advantage
nf thi rrrkftrtiinifv Prim Jn nw
time while Dr. SchqU's Foot lhmnTtT uife
Expertishere;heknowsUistwhat forming of bunions. Dr.
i, to be done and will tcU you how" fSfiJSS.
. to have easy, comfortable feet. Uihtsprinat comfortable
No matter whether the trouble ts corns,
callouses, bunions, weak arches, flat foot,
cramping toes, "rheumatic" foot and leg
pains, weak ankles or something else, Dk.
Scholl s Foot Expert can demonstrate to you
on your own toot the proper cor corrective
rective corrective appliance to give 'relief,
and ultimate correction.
Improve foot appearance
Dr. Sertoli's Appliances actually
improve the grace and beauty of
the feet. No oddly shaped shoes.
Wear the kind you like in per perfect
fect perfect comfort. Don't wait until
the last minute and maybe lose
your chance to get foot comfort.
Don't forget the dates come in sure :i
I Little's Shoe Parlor 1
THIS IS, A STUDEBAKER YEAR
Our Splendidly Equipped Repair. Shop,
Sec How Well We" Are Prepared to Fix-' Your AatomobUe
MURPHY MOTOR COMRABJY
Main Street, Opposite Ocala Iron Works
OCALA, FLORIDA f
"Why Pay More?"
NEEDHAM MOTOR CO.
General Auto Repairing
Gasoline, Oils and Grease
USED CARS FOR SALE
Cars Washed $100
Cars Polished r -60
Oklawaha Ave. 8c Orange St
Geo. MacKay S Co.
and Embalmers i
Two Licensed Embalmers
Motor Funeral Cars
Private Morgue and Chapel
Day Phone 47
Night Phone 515
G. B. Overton. Manager
This is a Studebaker year.
The Wireress Signal
II you are In Distress
don't fail to signal us
We are always on
Ocala House Block
:i In the Circuit Court of the Fifth Ja Ja-J
J Ja-J dicial Circuit of Florida, in and
for Marion County, in Chancery.
(James Strain, 'Complainant, vs. Eliza
Strain, Defendant Order for
Constructive Service Service-It
It Service-It is ordered that the defendant
herein named, to-wit: Eliza Strain, be
and she is hereby required to appear
J to the bill of complaint filed in this
(cause on or before
v Monday, the 18th day ol ApriL 1921
, It is farther ordered that a copy of
I this, order be published once a week
: for four consecutive weeks in the
, Ocala Evening Star, a newspaper
i published in said county and state.
C This l&th day of March, 1021.
i (Seal) T. D. Lancaster Jr.,
I Clerk Circuit Court, Marion County,
j Florida. By Ruth Ervin,; D. C
I Wm. A. Jeff coat,
Complainant's Solicitor. 3-19-tat
Isn't it worth while to
0 ear glasses if they will
"t3r 'ree ,oa 'rom hdrJI
DR. K. J. WEIHE,
Optometrist and Optician
" Eyesight Specialist
SectiUft Cigars ts!i everywhere, ra
OCALA EVENING STAB, SATURDAY. APRIL 9, 1921
S y. r. -O-. sj: fj-. r
During these days of readjustment we are glad to
meet our customers personally, and anything we
can dti to promote our mutual interest will be
cheerfully done. Our Bank is anxious to give the
very best service that can be given to the corarau-
- nity. "Come in and talk over conditions with us.
Resources More Than a $1,000,000
IM NATIONAL BANK,
brinds in Hne
Thar ar so fntcrrca fntcrrca-laf
laf fntcrrca-laf profit bcrweca or
Members aaU ta wr
C. V. ROBERTS, Phone 305
BARNEY SPENCER, Phone 431
ROBERTS & SPENCER
Funeral Directors and Embalmers
Private Morgue and Chapel. Personal Service to all.
Motor Ejuip nent. Coftins and Caskets Delivered.
Office Phone 350 Ocala, Florida 217 West Broadway
You Need These in
Your Summer Garden
ALTERNANTHERA, border plant
ASTERS, assorted colors
COLEUS, large assortment of colors
GAILLARDIAS, yellows and browns
j PETUNIAS, single and double
SALVIA, tall and dwarf, best flower flower-in
in flower-in e varieties
! SWEET ALYSSUM, pretty for bor bor-!
! bor-! ders
.TORENIAS, summer pansies. blue
(VERBENAS, large flowers; assorted
; ZINNIAS, New Giant
All the above from 2 U -inch pots,
strong, well grown plants, $1 per doz.;
$7.50 per hundred.
ASPARAGUS-SPRENGERI, 25 cents
each; $3 per dozen
ALLAMANDA, 25c each
ACALYPHA, best all. around foliage
plant for Florida, $1.50 per dozen.
CROTONS, brilliantly colored foliage
plants for bedding, 35c., 50c., 75c.
and $1 each
CHRYSANTHEMUMS white, pink
' and yellow, $1.50 per dozen
i HYDRANGEAS, 50c. 75c. and $1 ea.
HIBISCUS, single and double, red,
Sink, orange, 25c.-35c.-50c each
T BLOOMING JAMINE, 25c ea.
PLUMBAGO, blue and white, 25c. and
i 50c each.
GERANIUMS, all colors, 25c and 50c
jPOINSETTIAS, 25c. 50c. and 75c. ea.
j Remember, these plants are accli-
l ; mated, grown in r londa sou, and the
best that skill and experience can pro
duce. F. O. B. express. No parcel
We Also Have Flower and Vegetable
seeds of the Best Varieties
MILLS THE FLORIST, Inc.
Visit Oar Greenhouses 20 E. 8th St
THE STORY OF RUTH
I J fiiinm TOril
The more yon smoke them The better yoaH like them
Write for our Premium Catalog No. 4
1. 1 EWIS CIGAR MFG. CO- NEWARK. N. J.
Largest Independent Cigar Factory in the World.
C. Cecil Bryant
Room 22 Holder Block
PHONE 195 OR 332
SUGAR SATURDAY AND MONDAY
12 pounds of sugar -for one dollar,
: with a dollar's worth of other groc
: erics for carh, Saturday and Monday
only. Phone 377.
tf H. B. WHITTINGTON.
The orthodox believe "The Book of
Ruth, a portion of the inspired word.
The "higher criticism thinks it is a
part of the ancient fiction of the
children of Israel as we would say
in these .days, a story with a moral.
Both agree that in its simple way of
telling it is a gem of literature. It
never fails to hold the interest of
those who read it for the first time
an interest that never dies either
with the devotee of religion or the
devotees of the classics.
The play was presented to a full
house at the Armory theater last
night. Drilled by Mrs. Sara Jane
Manly almost to perfection, in the
picturesque and becoming attire of
the Orient, the performers carried
out their parts with an accuracy that
would have been an honor to profes professionals
sionals professionals and kept the audience in a
state of unflagging interest.
Miss Edna Sipple took the part of
Naomi and faithfully portrayed the
devotion and fortitude ascribed to
that excellent character. Mrs. C. W.
Moremen made the most lovely Ruth
imaginable. It seemed rather rough
to ascribe the role of Orpah to Miss
Carrie Barco, who never fails any anybody,
body, anybody, but some one had to play the
part and she carried it out to perfec
tion. Mr. Edwin Gernant was Boaz.
and acted with the unconscious au authority
thority authority and generosity of a man bred
to riches. Mr. C. G. Barnett acted scrroon, "No Change No God."
three parts the most comfortable P- m. Junior B. Y. P. U.
one was where he wore a coat of r:5 P- m. Senior B. Y. P. U.
toweling and troupers of cheese cloth 7:45 p. m. First of a series of ad
most appropriate to the weather dresses on "How We Got Our Bible."
but he couldn't get the hang of wear-j This will be of vital interest to those
color scheme. Misses Catherine and
Lois Livingston and Irene Tompkins
A musical program was carried out
during the afternoon and lent much to
the affair. Mrs. L. E. Futch accom
panied by Mrs. Paul Simmons, sang
several numbers. Miss Musie Bul Bullock
lock Bullock accompanied by her sister, Miss
Alildred Bullock .also sang. Mrs. C
E. Winston, playing her own accom accompaniments,
paniments, accompaniments, rendered several solos,
which were thoroughly enjoyed. Mrs.
S. B. Ware gave "several piano solos.
The hostess was gowned m pink
satin with overdress of white lace,
with pink rosebuds.
In honor of their fifteenth wedding
anniversary Mrs. Dickson was pre presented
sented presented with a beautiful baby grand
piano by her husband, besides a num number
ber number of pieces of cut glass by friends
from out of town.
The at home was one of the pret prettiest
tiest prettiest of the. post-Lenten affairs, the.
occasion making it unusually delight delightful.
ful. delightful. During the afternoon about 150
friends called, showering the host and
hostess with felicitations and good
wishes for many more happy years
of married happiness.
AT THE CHURCHES TOMORROW
Rev. C. L. Collins, D. D., Pastor
9:45 a. m. Sunday school.
11 a. m. Morninir worshiD with
"GETT1NGTHEM0ST OUT OFRETMMG"
Marion County Board ol Trade
W. F. BRENNAN business expert, will lecture.
The pictures and talk will coven
J. Store Organization 2. Advertising
3. Displays 4. Personal Selling
5. Badness System
Business Men, Merchants, Salespeople and their Families
are Cordially Invited
Monday Night, April 11, 1921
8 O'clock Sharp at the Court House pj
ing sandals. Later on he made a
most impressive high priest.
Christ's parable of the ten wise
virgins was introduced into the play,
and the parts were taken most be
comingly by Misses Irene Tompkins,
Ruth Simmons, Lucille Pegram, Marie
Matthews, Rhoda Thomas, Ullaine
Barnett, Lyndal Matthews, Kathleen
Leitner, Annie Rooney and Miss mon.
Davis. 7:30 ja. m. Evening
The neighbor women who came short address.
who really want to know where the
Bible came from.
John J. Neighbour, Rector
Second Sunday After Easter
7:30 a. m. Holy communion.
9:45 a. m. Sunday school. t
11 a. m. Morning prayer and ser-
either to condole or help make merry,
according to whether sorrow or joy
was in the house were Mrs. F. E.
Vogt, Miss Lucille Pegram, Mrs. Mc-
Mullen, Miss Helen Zeigler, Miss
The cast was 'filled out with the
following young men: Carroll Fraser, Gospel Program in Prophecy."
waua Harriett, John iook, Kaipft 7:30 p. m. An address on "Prepa
bimmons, Junie counts, jack WiU-ration for Pentecost.
lams, roy LaTroIl, Edward Buhrman, A cordial welcome for evervbodv to
Walter lroxler and oeorge Ulowers.jan services.
ine way tney stepped around in their a special important call church
picturesque and convenient clothing meeting follows the morning service.
All cordially invited.
J. G. Waggoner, Pastor
10 a. m. The Bible school studies
The Bible Teachings About Health."
11 a. m. Subject of sermon. "The
r Mil CAR,
If it is reasonably well treated
Dodge Brothers Motor Car will
render faithful service for years
and never vary in its economy
of operation and maintenance.
was the envy of some of the young I
men, in modern dress, in the perspir
Miss Musie Bullock sang one of her
pretty solos, and was encored. Mrs.
Jean Conoley also sang and received
a hearty recall. Both were accom
panied on the piano by Mrs. S. B.
Ware, who also filled in the time be-j
tween the scenes with many well-
The "Story of Ruth" was a good
performance, and we hope it raised
substantial amount for the benefit
o fthe building fund of the Friendship!
Th gasoline consumption is unusually low
The tire mileage is unusually high
AUTO SALES CO.,
Ocala, Fla., Phone 348
C. W. White, Pastor
9:45 a. m. Sunday school, L. W.
11 a. m. Preaching. Sdbject,
6:45 p. m. Senior League.
7:"45 p. m. Preaching. Subject,
Music "by the choir. A welcome to
(Rev. W. F. Creson, Pastor)
11 a. m. Morning worship.
Organ prelude (Lawrence).
Hymn, "Am I a Soldier of the
Scripture lesson, II. Corinthians
Hymn, "Onward Christian Sol
Offertory, "Wayside Flowers" (En
Prayer (congregation standing).
Solo by Miss Bullock.
Sermon, "The Kings Procession."
Hymn, "The Son of God Goes Forth
The home of Mr. and Mrs. J. K.
Dickson yesterday afternoon from 4
to 6 o'clock, was the scene of a lovely
reception, the occasion for which was
Mr. and Mrs. Dickson's fifteenth wed
ding anniversary, although this fact
was not known until the guests had
The guests were received on the
porch by Mrs. Maude Home and Mrs.
J. J. Gerig, who invited them to the
punch bowl, which was placed on the
tnit rtnrrh. The howl was heautifullv
. to War etc
arranged with asparagus and maiden
hair fern and nasturtiums. During
the first hour Mrs. Walter Preer and
Mrs. J. W. Dumas served at the
punch table and during the second
hour Mrs. James Knight and Mrs
L. M. Murray served.
The porch was unusually attractive
and pretty with its striped awnings
and long boxes of maiden hair fern,
with quantities of nasturtiums and
pink oleanders. At the door as one
entered the living room Mrs. E. L.
Carney met and welcomed the guests,
. it.An. 4-a Visc hjia
presenting mem w mc ouu i T -v
. w t--, a v-:L Hymn. "Let Jesus Come Into Your
tess, air. ana jurs. uiciwon nu mm n.
Organ postlude, "March" (Parker)
7:45 p. m. Evening worship.
Hymn, "O Love that Will Not Let
Prayer (congregation standing).
Hymn, "Rescue the Perishing."
Scripture lesson. Matthew 17:1-27
Hvmn. "There is Power in the
Sermon, "The Secret of Power.
WWliY V' M U M M M T krf M W
Uneedas and all National Biscuit Cos 10c pack packages,
ages, packages, 3 for 25c All 20-cent packages, 3
. for 50c One 20c and one 10c package
for 25 cents.
Purina Chicken Chowder, the feed to make hens
lay, eight and one-third pound bags, 40 cfs.
Very best Sealed Syrup, 1 quart 30c; pint 15c;
barrel syrup, drawn from barrel, 75C per
Octagon and P & G Naptha Soap, 3 bars for 25c;
1 dozen for 95c
Lard Compound, 1 pound 15c; 2 pouuds 25c
Pure Lard, per pound 20c; 2 pounds for 35c
Home-made Lard, per pound 15c
Farmers' : tataige
little daughter. Receiving with them I"1
Christian Science Service
Room 5. Merchant's Block
11 o'clock Sundays.
Wednesday evening meeting at
durin gthe afternoon were Mr. and
Mrs. W. F. Creson. Assisting in the
living room was Mrs. R. G. Blake,
In the living room, outlining the
windows, on the moulding and pic
ture frames was a dainty tracery of
asparagus fern. Tall vases of Eastei
lilies were used to advantage thruout
On either side of the opening be-
hrajm Vi a litriTltF rrvim ITH H 1 T1 IT!
room stood tall nedestals. on which We delight in showing our line of
i.-VL- nrPttv Dress Goods. FISHEL'S. 3t
were vases 01 iiues, itu uiussum 1 1
ninfiiininn a tlTW e1Wtri HrVlt. t.1lf
17Z :,J:r' LftlT. m sugar Saturday and Monday
trance to the dinine room. The color 12 pounds of sugar for one dollar,
coma. f t),. j;t,;t,t vLirh wn with a dollar's worm 01 oiner groc
presided over during the afternoon by lories ior casn, oaiuti
Mrs. S. A. Standley and Miss Annie ly. rnone vtwww
n ;a t,f in 5r,v T,rf tf H. B. WHITTINGTON.
white. The table was covered with
a nexquisite cluny cloth, in the center
of which was a tall crystal vase filled
with pink roses and fern. On the side
board, china closet and serving table
were bowls of the same flower, while
lighted pink tapers shed a glowing
radience over all.
During the afternoon refreshments
were served consisting of pink and
white cream, pink and white cake
and mints, further carrying- out the
If you smoke cigars why rot get
the best? Call for Garcia de Ora;
10 cents all dealers. 25-lm
Dazira Face Powder is satisfying,
and the odor is dainty. Ask to see it
at Gerig's Drug Store. tf
Kodak films developed, printed and
enlarged. High class work only.
Blake's Studio, over Helvenston'a. 12t
J. II. SPENCER
Fall line of
W. R. PEDRICK
All Buick Cars Equipped With
Cord Tires and Alcmite
We Make a Specialty of Parts
for the Buick and the Prices are
Consistent with the Cost of Same
GOODYEAR and U.S. TIRES
Exclasive Agents for
18 MONTHS GUARANTEE
Battery Service Station
We maintain an up-to-date
garage with expert workmen, at
all times, assuring prompt and
GASOLINE, OILS and GREASE
SPENCER-PEDRICG MOTOR CO.
. S? ST fT. fT
CIVIL ENGINEERS AND SURVEYORS
Licensed under the laws of the State of Florida
CapL Edward Drake Is rtorlatad
with as and in chars of our Pboe-
phate Mine and Plant Department.
Oliices, :31 Bolder Bldg. Pbonc No. 5
Advertise and get Results
OCALA EXEStSG STAR, SATURDAY, APRIL 9. 1921
You can save bj buying your MII?-
LINERY at FISHEL'S. 3t
A timely Sale
right in the
Sale we will
allow a 25
on every Suit,
This is the
French Ginghams and
Egyptian Tissues, a great
number of pretty patterns
to select from; sold regu regularly
larly regularly at 80c and 90c yard.
During this sale
63c a yard
Imported Flowered Organ Organdies,
dies, Organdies, dainty designs; regu regular
lar regular price $2.25. Sale price
36-inch wide Linenes in
all colors; regular 85c and
95c the yard. Sale price
59c a yard
Ruffled Organdies and
$2.50, $2.95, $3.25, $3.75
and $3.95 yard.
French Cottons, lovely
sheer materials for light
frocks, embroidered in gay
colors and tasteful pat patterns
terns patterns on colored grounds,
40 and 42 inches wide.
Pelgram & Meyer's "Calciam"
blocked crepe; a high grade
skirt and dress fabric, sold
for $6.50; during this sale
Canton Crepes in white,
black and brown, a fine
quality; sold for $5.50 the
yard. Sale price $4.59 yd.
Best quality fiaronette and
Mirette in all colors; beau beautiful
tiful beautiful skirting fabrics, was
$8.50 yd. Sale price
Gold Edge and Belding's
guaranteed Taffetas $2.25,
$2.50 and $3.50 the yard.
Beautiful Straw Sailors in
all colors and white
$2.50 to $4.95 each.
. If you have any society items for
the Star, please call five-one.
SentOla Cigars will suit your taste.
Mr?. R. J. Perkins motored to
Gainesville today, taking" with her, to
witness the University games. Misses
Rhoda Thomas, Elizabeth Bennett,
Lyndal Mathews and Ullainee Bar-
Mr. H. J. Dame of Inverness was
in town yesterday.
Nice destroys the odor of perspira perspiration,
tion, perspiration, 25 cents at Ceng's Drug tSore. tf
Garcia de Ora, that mild Havana
filler; 10 cents all dealers. 25-lm
Mr. W. V. Weathers of York was
in town yesterday.
Sentilla the mild cigar. 10-m
There's no extra charge for clean-
ing your fish at the City Fish Market.
Phone 158. tf
Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Beck motored
to Gainesville today, to attend the
You should get one of those kool
cloth boys' suits with extra pair of
pants at $6.50 sale price. H. A
Waterman, The Haberdasher. 8-2t
This is a Studebaker year.
Mrs. H. W. Henry, Mrs. McSherry
and Mrs. Bowley have returned from
a pleasant visit to Gainesville
Get your fruit3 and vegetables
beets, onions, new potatoes, at- the
Dixie Fruit tSqre, next to the Vogue.
P. H. Shafer. 82t
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Camp are ex
pected home Monday afternoon from
a two weeks trip to New York. Mr.
Camp went especially to attend the
Hard Rock Phosphate Association.
En route home Mr. and Mrs. Camp
stopped in Virginia to see their son,
Henry, who is at school at Wood Wood-berry
berry Wood-berry Forest.
V ANTED, LOST, FOUND. FOB
SALE. FOR RENT AND SIM- (
ILAR LOCAL NEEDS
Rates: Six lines, maximum, one time,
25c; three times, 50c; six times, 75c;
one month, $3. Payable in advance.
It's one thing to claim tfle "best,"
and another thing to make feood. Try
our cinnamon rolls and judge for
yourself. -Federal Bakery. 6-6t
"They are the best I ever tasted,"
is what a customer says of our cinna cinnamon
mon cinnamon rolls. Federal Bakery. 6-6t
If you want a real bargain in a
Studebaker car see Dr. Kiplinger at
the Ocala House. 7-3t
Mr. P. W. Collens of Summerfield,
Mr. Louis Weihe of Belleview and
Mr. Claud Morris of Oxford, were in
the city today.
Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Carr have re returned
turned returned from a pleasant visit to Mrs.
Carr's brother-in-law and sister, Mr.
and Mrs. Leo Barrier, at Dunnellon.
They were there several days, and
almost every day Mr. Barrier took
them down to fish in what is called
"The Graveyard" near Camp's dam
on the Withlacoochee, where there are
more fish than some people think
there are in the world. Tbey did
pretty well, especially Mrs. Carr, who
caught eighteen big, fine trout in one
day. Mr. and Mrs. Carr leave this
afternoon for New York, stopping on
the way in Jacksonville, Washington
and Philadelphia. They have had a
pleasant visit with friends and rela relatives
tives relatives here, and all hope, they will re return
turn return in the fall. On reaching New
York, they will be for a time guests
of Mr. Carr's brother, Mr. G. S. Carr,
vice president and cashier of the
Colonial Bank of New York city.
Will pay spot cash for real bargain,
in six or eight-room home. Must
te located in desirable neighborhood
and within reasonable distance of the
square. Give location and full particu particulars
lars particulars in first letter. All replies confi
dential. Address "BARGAIN." care
the Star". 7-t
WOOD Giles Wood Yard. Seasoned
oak or pine wood for either stove or
fireplace, $1 and $2 per load. Yard
corner Sou'.h Main and Third Sts.
Phone 112. 2-22-tf
FOR SALE Tomato plants.. 15 cer.ts
per 100; 100,000 improved Porto
Rico sweet potato slips re-Jy to
plant novr, $1.50 per 1000. Send
orders to C. Y. MiJer, 124 South
Tenth at, Ocala. Fla- 15-tf
Lansing's Peace Negotiations at
THE BOOK SHOP. 9-3t
Kodak films developed, printed and
enlarged. High class work only.
Blake's Studio, over Helvenston's. 12t
, Children's Dresses all sacrificed be below
low below cost. FISHEL'S. 3t
The executive board of the Pres Presbyterian's
byterian's Presbyterian's Woman's Auxiliary will
meet at the church Monday after
noon at four oclock.
Ladies' men's and boys' bathing
suits in the Bradley make. All sizes
and colors. Come see them. H. A.
Waterman, The Haberdasher. 8-2t
Keep the hands and face soft with
ILASOL. 50 cents the bottle at
Gerig's Drug Store.
Sam Washington was acquitted
yesterday of the charge of having
sour mash in his possession. Mr. W.
K. Zewadski was his attorney.
Ask your neighbor how she likes
the cinnamon rolls she gets at the
Federal Bakery. 6-6t
Our Bathing Caps are pretty and
durable. All fresh stock. Gerig's
Drug Store. tf
The regular monthly meeting of the
missionary society of the 'Baptist
church will be held at the church
Monday afternoon at 4 o'clock.
All Garcia de Ora cigars wrapped
in tin foil; 10 cents all dealers. 25-lm
"The Fashion Center
Smoke Sentilla; Best 10c. cigar, m
Mr. Mack Taylor is putting out
pretty flower beds at the ends of
the structure of his service station.
Mack had a good eye for the beau
: HHlilll yHLSzJsX
You can always get fresh or salt
water fish, shrimp, etc., at the City
ish Market on Fort King avenue.
Phone 158. tf
"VTOU can et acquainted with your appetite in
-1- this grocery shop and you can get acquaint acquaint-with
with acquaint-with a most modern method of saving money.
Pay less by paying cash and carrying your gro groceries
ceries groceries home.
SATURDAY and MONDAY SPECIALS
7 bars STAR laundry soap -25c
1 pound can RED salmon .... 29c
5 pounds good Rose Rice 25c
Fresh Meat Market in connection, with attractive prices on
Fresh Meat. PAY US A VISIT.
Tickets for "Ruth" can be obtained
at the Court Pharmacy, 50c. each. 3t
Mrs. L. I. Lambert of Dallas, Tex
who has been spending the winter at
Brooksville, is visiting her sister,
Mrs. J. P. Galloway for a couple of
FOR SALE Genuine Porto Rico
plants, 8 to 12 in. long, government
inspected; no weavels or disease.
Guaranteed immediate delivery.
$1.75 per thousand, express collect.
Write for prices on vines. C. H.
Cooner, 746 Wyomin'a St, Ocala,
Fla. Phcne 387. 30-tf
WANTED Rags; must be well laun laundered.
dered. laundered. No sewing room scraps. Old
- table or bed linen or underwear pre preferred.
ferred. preferred. Four cents per pound. Star
FOR SALE A piano cheap for cash.
Phone 568 after 6 p. m. 2-tf
I l, V
XW. cV,;nm0nf, f Mtl T IVPPV o tne total amount
riving daUy at FISHEL'S.
Hot Boston baked beans and brown
bread for Saturday night supper at
Carter's Bakery. 8-2t
Circle Nd. 1 of the Methodist
chuch is holding a sale of all kinds
of good things to eat at the Taylor
Printing Company's office this after afternoon
noon afternoon and evening.
Boys white washable hats to go
with the Paul Jones washable suits.
Sizes from the smallest to the largest.
H. A. Waterman, the Haberdasher. 2t
Hot Boston baked beans and brown
bread for Saturday night supper at
Carter's Bakery. 8-2t
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
Mr. and Mrs. Harrison Black and
little daughter. Amelia Lee, after a
pleasant visit of a week with Mrs.
Black's mother, Mrs. George Martin,
have returned to their home in Law Law-ty.
ty. Law-ty. Get your beans, squash, cucumbers
and tomatoes at the Dixie Fruit
Store, next to Vogue. P. H. Shafer. 2t
FLORIDA SHIPPING RATES
Editor Star: Through the efforts
of our senator, Duncan U. Fletcher,
the Interstate Commerce Commission
will give the Florida shippers a hear
ing some time in April on the present
high transportation rates.
There is no question now before our
people as important as the securing
of lower freight rates and to secure
ower rates the shippers "must appear
before the commission and must show
good reasons why the I. C. C. should
ower the present rates.
Therefore I suggest that the Mar
ion County Board of Trade get busy
on getting up data to show to this
commission the injustness .of the
The Marion county farmers should
get busy too, and should be able to
prove that the present rates are de destructive
structive destructive to the business of both farm farmers
ers farmers and railroads.
I suggest that tseps should now be
started to make the very best fight
on this question that was ever made,
and now is the time to begin.
Newspapers, lawyers, doctors,
preachers, Board of Trade, farmers'
union and each individual in the
county should do their very best.
Board of Trade what will you do in
Fanners union what are you going
Shipper what are you going to do?
Light is doing his very best to
show Senator Fletcher how he appre
ciates this kindness.
Yours truly, L. S. Light.
Of tfc Owatnklp. Management, Clrea-
latloa. Etc., tteqnirea j iae w.
Cticrna of Aisait 24. 1912.
Of Ocala Evening Star, published daily
except Sunday at ucaia. lonua. iui
April 1st, 1921.
state or ionaa.
County of Marlon, ss.
Before me. sc notary public In and
for the state and county aforesaid,
personally appeared P. V. Leavengood.
who, having been duly sworn according
to law, deposes and says that he Is the
business manager of the Ocala Evening
Star, and that the following Is. to the
best of his knowledge and belief, a true
statement of the ownership, -management
(and if a daily paper, the circu circulation),
lation), circulation), etc.. or the aioresald publica publication
tion publication for the date shown in the above
capUon. tequlred by the act of August
24. 1912. embodied in section 443, Postal
Laws and Regulations, printed on the
reverse of this form, to-wlt:
1. That the names ana aoaresses w
the publisher, editor, managing editor,
and business managers are:
Name of Postofnce Address
Publisher: Star Publishing Company,
of Ocala. Fla.. Ocala. Fla.
Editor: J. H. Benjamin. Ocala, Fla.
Managing Editor: None.
Business Manager: P. V. Leavengood.
2. That the owners are: (Give names
and addresses of individual owners, or,
if a corporation, give its name and the
names and addresses of stockholders
'owning or holding 1 per cent or more
' i i M.v ... sir mrn.
R n Carroll Ocala Fla.
Mts. H. J. Bittinger, Ocala. Fla.
Miss Adele Bittinger. Ocala. Fla.
P. V. Leaven good. Ocala, Fla,
T T-T Rmllmitl. Of Fla.
j" That the known bondholders,
mortgagees, and other security holders
owning or holding 1 per cent or more
of total amount of bonds, mortgages or
other securities are: (If there are none,'
SMuiroe & Chambliss National Bank.
4. That the two paragraphs next
above, giving the names of the owness.
stockholders ana security noir
any, contain not only the list of stock stockholders
holders stockholders and security holders a they
appear upon the books of the company
but also, in cases where the stockhold stockholders
ers stockholders or security holder appears upon the
books of the company as trustee or in
any other relation, the name of the
ri-anrt nr papnarition lor VBVU1 bucu
trustee is acting, is given: also. thaM
the said two paragTapns coniaan sune sune-mMits
mMits sune-mMits embracing affiant's full knowi-
elge and belief as to the circumstances
and conditions under which stockhold stockholders
ers stockholders and security holders who do not
nnir nmn the books of the company
as trustees, hold stock and securities
in a capacity other than of a bona fide
owner; ana tnis uaui dm
to believe that any other person, as
nKistiitn nr Mrnnntlsn has any inter
est direct or indirect in the said stock.
bonds or other securities man u so
stated by him.
6. That the average number of
copies of each Issue of this publication
sold or distributed through the mails
or otherwise, to paid subscribers dur during
ing during the six months preceding the date
shown above is 850.
P. V. L.KAVENGOOD.
Sworn to and subscribed before me
this 9th day of April, 1921.
(Seal) B. N. DOSH.
(My comrolsslon expires August 14.
WANTED Second hand harness;
- can use single or double sets. Ad Address
dress Address W. A ,Rjdditt, Citra Fla., or
. "R," care Star office. C-6t'
Chocolate Strawberry Vanilla
1 V ICE CREAM
I Phone 580 Phone 558,
j tIfc Prices Reduced i
: DIAMOND Non-Skid. 30x3. 7 Aft J
I old mice $20 00. now $11. UU :
DIAMOND Plain, 30x3. QIC Aft
old price $17.60, now vltMll
6,000 Mile Guarantee
I rDEKAL, HSK AND DIAMOND TUBES I
NEIV PRICES Overhauling Ford motor $16.
Overhauling Ford rear end, $5 for time.
Grinding Ford valves, $3.
DIXIE GARAGE I
JAS. ENGESSER, Proprietor
: Phone 558 West Broadway. I
When you feel nervous, tired, irritable;
when you're ill with any disease caused by
i disordered nerves, don't erive uo until you try
rptfp Be .rvliUES'NEmviKE
FOR RENT Six-room cottage with
-all modern conveniences; in good!
neighborhood. Possession at once.)
Anr.lv to Mrs. T. C. Carter. 8-tf t
WANTED Position as stenojnapher.f
For fn:ihcr informstkn cell rhone
Bandg the spot with plenty of oochiag
Cool and bcala g-tatly mmd aatifpticalTy.
Arrival and departure of passenger
trains at OCALA UNION STATION.
The following schedule figures pub published
lished published as information and not fruar fruar-anteed.
anteed. fruar-anteed. (Eastern Standard Time)
SEABOARD AIR LINE RAILROAD
2:20 am Jacksonville-NTork 2:10 am
1:55 pm Jacksonville 1:50 pm
4:17 pm Jacksonville 3:50 pm
2:15 am Tampa-
Manatee-St Petrsbrg 4:05 pm
2:55 am N'York-St. Petrsbrg 1:35am
2:15 am Tampa 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.
2:27 am Jacksonville-NTfork 2:33 am
1:45 pm Jksonville-Gainsville 3:24 pm
6:42 am Jksonville-Gansville 10:13 pm
2:33 am St.Petsbrg-Lakeland 2:27 am
3:24pm StPetsbrg-Lakeland 1:25 pm
7:10 am 'Dunnellon-Wilcox
7:25 am Dunellon-Lkeland 11:03 pm
3:30 pm Homosassa 1:25 pm
10:15 pm Leesbure 6:42 am
4:45 pm Gainesville 11:50 am
Monday. Wednesday, Friday.
'Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday.
PRACTICAL CONTRACTOR AND
Careful estimates made on all con
tract work. Gives more and better
work fr the money than any other
c-ntraoior in the city.
Our Specialty Is
WE HAVE THE TIRE YOU WANT
WHEN YOU WANT IT
"SERVICE" Oar Motto
" UNITED STATES TIRES HOOD TIRES
, SINCLAIR MOTOR OILS
CARS WASHED AND POLISHED
1 KUMBAK SERVICE STATION
Negotiable Storage Receipts Iacoed oa Cot too. Automobile, Etc
LONG DISTANCE UOVUiG
MAZON & CO.
between Ten Cent Store and Gerig
MOVS, PACK, SHIP
Straw, panama and balliluk hats.
Come early before your size goes. H.
A. -Waterman, The Haberdasher. 8-2t
Black-Draught, Long ia Successful
Use, Praised by an Arkansas
Motlier, "Soon Does
Mannaduke, Ark. Cpeaklng ef
Ttedlorda Black-Draught, which from
long nse In her household has become
regarded as "the family medicine,"
lira. Mary EL HI1L of Route 1, thia
-When the children get billow, I
glre them a couple of good.doeea, and
when we have soar etomach, headache,
or any liver or stomach trouble, we
use Black-Draught. It is an easy laxa laxa-tlr.
tlr. laxa-tlr. and soon doee the work. I cer certainly
tainly certainly think It is one of the best rem-
mack-Drausht acts on the Jaded
liver, gently, but positively, and helps
it in fta SraDortant function of throw
ing out waste materials and poisons
from the system, y
in thousands of households Black'
nmirht Is kent handy for immediate
use In time of need. Prompt treatment
effen is half the battle, and will often
prevent slight Ills from developing In
to serious trouoiea.
Its well-established merit, during
snore than 70 years of successful use,
should convince you of the helpful
effects obtainable by taking Black
Draught for liver and stomach dis disorders.
orders. disorders. Get a package today, and
keep It in your house.' See that
the oaekare bears the words.
Thedlonl's Elack-Dratct.- NC-lll
A Complete Stock
One of the Livest
Stores m the City
" PHONE 243