This morning, 41 degrees.
This afternoon, 76 degrees.
Fair and warmer tonight and
OCALA, FLORIDA. WEDNESDAY, APRIL 20, 1921
PREPARHIG TO PUT
PRESS SAYS JtNU
Villi STAND PAT
OA! STATEMENTS! HIT HARDING
COSTA RICA SEEMS
In this Objection Alone, Hughes
Proves hia Statesmanship
- tAmoclated PrM
Washington, April 20. Rigid re restriction
striction restriction of immigration was recom recommended
mended recommended yesterday by Secretary Chas.
E. Hughes in official documents trans transmitted
mitted transmitted to Congress. They were in interpreted
terpreted interpreted by House and Senate lead leaders
ers leaders as reflecting increased need for
the immediate passage of the immi immigration
gration immigration bill reported by the House
committee, limiting admission of
aliens for fourteen months beginning
next May 10 to throe per cent of
each nationality resident in the Unit United
ed United States in 1910.
"Our restriction on immigration
should be so rigid' Mr. Hughes' re report
port report said, "that it would be impossi impossible
ble impossible for most of these people to enter
the United States." Particular refer reference
ence reference wai made to undesirable classes
from Balkan cities, Armenia, Russia
SINN FEIN AHEAD
Two Murdera Today to Its Credit to
One for the Black
Dublin, April 20. Two policemen
were taken from the train last night
near Bally Sodare and shot dead by
armed men who held up the train for
Cork, April 20. Timothy Sullivan,
a prominent Sinn Feiner, was shot and
instantly killed by the police last
night. He was ordered to halt but
ran into jl house and wsa shot as
he wa sattempting to leave by the
CLUMSY ATTEMPT AT FORGERY
DeLand, April 20. The cashier of
a local bank has reported a crude at attempt
tempt attempt at forgery on the part of an
unidentified negro woman. The wom woman
an woman a few days ago presented a check
for $3 supposed to have been signed
by James W. Wright, and asked that
it be cashed. It didn't work because
Mr. Wright's name was spelled "Jim
Right." She escaped before the police
could arrive on the scene.
WERE TAKEN AT THEIR WORD
Electrical Workers of Tampa
Themselves Locked Out
i Associated Press)
Tampa, April 20. About thirty
electrical workers here failed to re re-pork
pork re-pork for work today. They say they
are locked out. The employers say
the men issued an ultimatum yester yesterday
day yesterday that they would not accept a wage
cut from $1 to 80 cents an hour and I
consequently they are looking
other men to work at that rate.
OVERSTREET KNOWS HOW
TO PUT THEM OVER
Fort Meade, April 20. Pitcher Ov Ov-erstreet
erstreet Ov-erstreet of the Mulberry high school,
pitched a no-hit, no-run game here
yesterday against the Bowling Green
high school, winning by the score of
three to nothing.
Even a splash from Niagara would soon be
dissipated by the sun and wind if water did
not constantiy flow over the precipice. It
is the constant drop of water that wears
away the stone. It is the constant flow of
advertising that promotes and maintains
busines supremacy. Phone five-one and
let's talk it over.
It is Not Impossible that an Irresist Irresistible
ible Irresistible Force May Meet an
Tokio, April 20. The cabinet yes yesterday
terday yesterday decided there was no reason to
alter Japan's policy on the Yap man-
date auestion on account of the recent
American note on the subject, accord- j
ing to the newspapers today.
STUDYING FOR A SOLUTION
Washington, April 20. Senators
and representatives from eleven far
western states perfected an organiza
tio ntoday with a view to finding
common ground upon which they can
wor kto solve the question of Japa Japanese
nese Japanese immigration.
1 SEVENTY THOUSAND DOLLARS
FOR DADE COUNTY SCHOOLS
Miami, April 20. Business men at
a mass meeting last night decided
immediately to begin the circulation
of subscription papers throughout
the county to raise $70,000 necessary
to keep the schools open the remain remainder
der remainder of the year. The school treasury
POLK HAS A BOND
Lakeland, April 20. The Polk
county school board yesterday autho
rized an election on a $200,000 bond
issue for school improvements here.
DR. PARRHINSON DEAD
Baltimore, April 20. Dr. Henry
Parrhinson, aged 66, former president
nf the American Pharmaceutical As-
sociation, died here today of arterial i
FORMIDABLE HUNTING PARTY
Paul Rainey, a world famous hun
ter, is now engaged in a bear hunt
with n. number of hi sfriends in the i
Chassahowitska swamp on the gulf I
coast in Citrus county. A report
came in this morning that the party
had killed a 480-pound black bear
Mr. Rainey is the man whose mov
ing pictures of animals made in Cen
tral Africa and several South Amer American
ican American countries have been exhibited all
over this country for the past few
years. He was with Colonel Theodore
Roosevelt on a number of his famous
hunts for big game in various parts
of the world.
The party now in the Chassahow Chassahow-iska
iska Chassahow-iska is composed of a number of
world-famed sportsmen, among them
several army officers. Preparations
for this big hunt have been going on
for some weeks and headquarters of
t Inverness made that lit-
tie city look like some of the big hunt hunting
ing hunting scenes that are often portrayed in
moving picture shows.
Mr. Rainey and a party spent sev
eral weeks in the Chassahowitska
about four years ago, and among
other trophies carried away was a
black bear that weighed 'over 600
A large shipment just received of
Bordeaux Mixture, Disinfectants and
INSECTICIDES, etc., at the Anti Anti-Monopoly
Monopoly Anti-Monopoly Drug Store. 20-12t
Controller of the Currency is Work Working
ing Working Out a System More Brief
Washington, April 20. A new and
simplified form of bank call is being
worked out by the comptroller of the
currency, the treasury said today.
The old form which national banks
were required to make returns as to
their condition, officials said, was
found too involved and lengthy and j
vavvvhu vu i-iv- ww aval s rrtii kst
more standardized and only half as
long as at present.
WILL BE DIVIDED
It Will Have the Edge on GauL Five
Tallahassee, April 20. The House
after two hours' debate today, passed
unanimously the bill to divide DeSoto
county into five smaller counties. The
measure had previously passed the
Plan for Reapportionment
The reapportionment problem was
i started on a new road to solution, yes yes-jterday
jterday yes-jterday by passage in the Senate of a
j joint resolution offered by Senator
Campbell which would affect the re reapportionment
apportionment reapportionment by constitutional
amendment. The measure was certi certified
fied certified to the House where its future is
sai dt'o be problematical.
The resolution provided for a ref-
jerendum in November 1922, at whicn
jthe people may state whether they
want reapportionment. Should they
vote affirmatively the legislature of
1923 would be required to carry out
their mandate by giving the House
72 members instead of the present
membership of 77. and the Senate 38
instead of 32- A11 of the four larger
counties wouiu aave inrre meinoers
each in the House, the next ten coun counties
ties counties two each and the remainder one
Pending in the House already is the
so-called Campbell-Petry Buford re-
apportionment bill which is on an or-
to come up for final action shortly
Senator Taylor introduced a bill which
would create a real estate commission.
All real estate men selling property
for others would be required to take
out a state license under the terms of
The Igou-Scales bill, calling for
publicity on the proceedings of the
state spending bodies, was introduced
in both branches of the legislature.
The measure is sponsored by the
State Press Association.
The House committee on lumber
and naval stores will hold a public
hearing next Friday night on a bill
proposing abolition of the inspection
of naval stores.
The House took favorable action on
the McKenzie budget bills, the Sams
fish hatchery resolution and an
emergency appropriation of $70,000
i At CtA A. rf" 11 A.
;Ior ine iaic "ge ir women at
Miami, April 20. Prisoners enter entering
ing entering the Dade county jail here auto automatically
matically automatically come under the jurisdiction
of a "kangaroo" court, a novel insti institution
tution institution conducted by the prisoners
themselves and which has the "right"
to "discipline" offenders like the
courts that sent them behind the
i The "kangaroo" court was conceiv conceiv-;ed
;ed conceiv-;ed by a real estate man who was
j charged with obtaining money under
false pretenses, and it is sanctioned
by the authorities, being under the
supervision of Jailor M. H. Rolfh.
"Officers" of the court include a
a judge, prosecutor, sheriff, public de-
S fender and a clerk. These are elect
ed by the prisoners.
Court is held every morning, and
prisoners incarcerated during the
previous night are arraigned in reg
jular form. Newcomers are generally
charged with "breaking and entering
. the jail without the consent of the in
j mates," and are fined in keeping with
-the amount of money they happen to
have on their person at the time.
5 Breaking and entering" generally
2, draws a fine of $1.50.
I wne naiz oi me nnes goes into
"general fund." which is divided
equally eevry Saturday night among
the prisoners who have been in jail
a week or more. The remainder roes
into a music fund, and out of this
fund a player-piano, a violin, a clari
net, a guitar and a victrola have al
ready been bought for the entertain entertainment
ment entertainment of the prisoners.
Washington, April 20. President
Harding has accepted an invitation to
speak in New York May 23rd at the
anniversary celebration of the New
York Commercial, one of the oldest
newspapers in the country.
TWO CALLS FROM DIXIE
President Harding took under con-
1 j a.' i
'sideration today invitations to speak
in Birmingham, May 21st, in connec connection
tion connection with the celebration of the city's
fiftieth anniversary, and in Atlanta,
May 24th, at a memorial service on
the birthday of Henry W. Grady.
Jacksonville, April 20. In a letter
to the citizens of Florida, Dr. Ralph
N. Greene, state health officer, brings
most forcibly to their attention the
number of deaths resulting last year
from typhoid, which were much less
than any previous year, and asks the
co-operation of the public in still fur
ther reducing the mortality from this
disease. The letter from Dr. Greene
is as follows:
"To the Citizens of Florida:
"The number of deaths in the state
last year from typhoid was much
smaller than in any of the three pre previous
vious previous years, and only slightly more
than one-half the number in 1918.
The state board of health asks" your
co-operation that we may still further
reduce the number of lives so need needlessly
lessly needlessly thrown away for typhoid is an
absolutely preventable disease.
"The only cause of tvphoid is the
typhoid bacillus, and this organism
only leaves the body in the discharges,
chiefly feces and urine, but in smaller
number in the sptum and perspira perspiration.
tion. perspiration. The only way to contract ty typhoid
phoid typhoid is by taking into the mouth
some of the discharges of a typhoid
patient or a typhoid carrier.
"The great majority of these car
riers are persons who have recovered
from the disease but a few have been
found who have no history of disease
iach oi you can assist m saving
lives by insisting that all excreta be
so disposed of that it is safe, and
this means that when sewers are not
available, all privies must be sani
tary and fly proof.
"In this state, the fly plays a great
part in spreading typhoid, for they
breed in filth and are equally fond of
the privy, kitchen, and dining room
Where privies are not fly proof, the
fly that walks on the bread and
sugar or that takes a bath in the
p,la, ju come
" r 7 y K
uioki wi "ii men iceit uuuies and
wings, you can readily see what a
menace they are.
"The state board of health will
gladly furnish the preventive treat treatment
ment treatment to any one who desires it. The
efficiency of this treatment has been
so thoroughly demonstrated, and the
results so thoroughly and universally
1 At a i
kjiow ntnai additional discussion is
r finer vnur hunrtv nn-rrwya-r-ri I
. .. r
that we may make typhoid as a cause
oi deatn m rionoa a rare occurrence.
am. Sincerely yours,
"Ralph N. Greene,
"State Health Officer."
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MARION-DUNN MASONIC LODGE
Marion-Dunn Lodge No. 19, F. & A.
M., meets on the first and third
(hursday evening3 of each month at
7:30 o'clock until further notice.
J. R. Dey, W. M.
B. L. Adams, Secretary.
KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS
Ocala Lodge No. 19. Conventions
held everv Monday evenine at 7:30
o'clock at the castle hall, over the G.
C. Greene Co. drugstore. A cordial
velcome to visiting brothers.
Tom Proctor, C. C.
Chas. K. Sage, K. of R. & S
BICYCLES Just received a ship
ment of high grade bicycles which
The President is in Demand
Speaker at their Most
On Germany if She Doesn't Pay Up
U the Present Plan of
Paris, April 20 British and French
military leaders will confer at Hythe,
England, Sunday with Premiers
Briand and Lloyd George, the news newspapers
papers newspapers here assert. It is stated the
conversations will relate to the mili military
tary military penalties to be placed on Ger Germany
many Germany in case she refuses to make
the reparations payments due May
OF COURSE THEY OBJECT
Berlin, April 20. While the Ger German
man German cabinet has not indicated the na nature
ture nature of its reply to the reparation
comimssion's demand that the Ger
man gold reserve be transferred to
some point in the occupied zone, Pres President
ident President Habestein of the Reichsbank,
and financial writers summarily re reject
ject reject the proposition.
STRIVING FOR SUPREMACY
Ocala and Rollins Meet on the Local
Diamond this Afternoon
With a bright sun and cool breeze
and, we hope ,a good crowd to see the
game, the Ocala and Rollins teams
strive for supremacy this afternoon
at Hunter Park. The line-ups are as
Ocala: Clements or Brooks, If; P.
Luff man, 3b; Jackson, ss; Wood, 2b;
Strickland, lb; Dinkins, rf; Leaven Leaven-good,
good, Leaven-good, c; Liddell, cf; Liddon, p.
Rollins: Taylor, p; Storey, c; Ward,
lb; King, 2b; Markovitz, ss; Leslie,
3b; Wright, If; Roberts, cf; Arrants,
The Rollins team is made up of
fine-looking young men, and if they
play as well as they look, Ocala's work
is cut out for it.
Don't forget there will be another
game tomorrow, same time, place and
CUBAN PRISON FOR CURLY
American Race Track Man
Punished for His
Havana, April 20. H. D. Curley
Brown, former president of the Cuban
and American Jockey Club, and man
ager of the Oriental Park Hippo
drome, last night was sentenced to
one year and eight months in prison
or. the charge of having last year
made a nassault with intent to kill
on Alberto Piedra. Brown is now in
the United States under bond.
REMARKABLE CHILD PRODIGY
phoeniXf Ari2 April 19.J0hn
Huston, 14 years old, and bed-ridden,
has been pronounced by high medical
authorities as possessing the most re
markable mentality they have known
in any child. At the age of three
years and seven months John deliver delivered
ed delivered an address at the dedication exer exercises
cises exercises of the Coliseum in Dallas, Texas,
reciting 51 verses on the war of T6.
His oration was distinctly heard by
the ten thousand persons in the au
dience. Aside from this, he has
I taken prominent parts in numeorus
public functions and gatherings,
among these, national encampments
of the Grand Army of the Republic.
In the Grand Army of the Republic
John ranks as brigadier-general, an
honor bestowed by that organization.
He also has a huge American flag
presented to him by the Spanish Spanish-American
American Spanish-American war veterans.
In his mother's home he has install
ed a powerful wireless apparatus. He
supervised all of this work. Some of
its parts are of his own manufacture.
A United States government license
posted recognizes John as an amateur
During his "listening in" periods
young Huston has picked up messages
or Parts ot them Irom aoons as iar
away at raun, wrmany. nu uk
hears Mexico City.
V? recently Jonns motner tele
phoned in to the office of the Arizona
Gazette inquiring if that paper had
any report of a "bad wreck near
Pueblo, Col." A Pullman had burned,
she said, on the Denver & Rio Grande
railroad with a heavy loss of life. The
ted Press leased wire only a
few minutes before had brought in
the story almost as John had heard
it thronch his set from a distance of
approximately 1200 miles.
Mrs. Jenkins and Miss Belkham-
bers, puoltry experts, are in the city-
representing the Punna Mills. These
ladies are at the services of any one
wishing advice pertaining to poultry.
Services free. Call Farmers Exchange
Thru the Delegates of Their Union
Trying to Obtain Some Much Much-Needed
Needed Much-Needed Legislation
Washington, April 20. Fanners
from various sections of the country,
affiliated with the National Fanners
Union, gathered here today for a
three days' conference to discuss the
various problems affecting their wel welfare.
fare. welfare. The meetir.g as called by
Charles S. Barrett, president cf the
union, with a view to giving the
farmers an opportunity to express
their ideas on domestic problems and
pending or projected legislation.
WILL APPEAL TO HARDING
The farmers have decided to take
their fight for reduction of freight
rates direct to President Harding.
This decision was reached after the
spokesmen for the farmers had con conferred
ferred conferred with members of the Interstate
Commerce Commission to urge lower
rates. The delegates weer apparent apparently
ly apparently dissatisfied at the outcome of this
MARY EUGENIA MATTHEWS
Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Matthews have
the sympathy of their friends in the
loss of their little daughter, Mary
Eugenia, aged one year and six
months, who died last evening at
their home after an illness of two
The funeral services were held at
the residence this morning at 10:30
o'clock. After the short but impres
sive service at which Rev. C. W.
White of the Methodist church offi
ciated, with loving thoughts and ten
derness, the little body was taken to
Greenwood cemetery, where inter
ment was made. Roberts & Spencer j
naa charge ot the tunerai arrange arrangements.
ments. arrangements. CHURCH OF NATIVITY
IN MONTREAL' BURNED
Montreal, April 20. Fire of unde undetermined
termined undetermined origin destroyed the Church
of the Nativity here during the night.
The loss is estimated at $800,000.
I now have a capable assistant in
Mr. Wilson of Atlanta, a strictly first
class barber. My trade is invited to
call and try his work.
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But Panama Continues to Bristle with
(Associated Press j
Sfija Jose, April 20. Pan&ma con continues
tinues continues to make warlike preparations
along the Costa Rican border, it is
reported here. The Costa Rican gov government,
ernment, government, it is asserted, is ready to
enter negotiations with Panama for
the purpose of reaching a satisfactory
solution of the boundary dispute be between
tween between the two countries.
THREE CROOKS SOUCmNG
Gainesville, April 20. Dr. A. A.
Murphree, president of the University
of Florida, is sending broadcast
throughout the state a warning to
the public against "three crooks" who
have been soliciting subscriptions to
a magazine while representing them themselves
selves themselves as university students on vaca
"Information has just reached us
that there are three young men
claiming to be university students
traveling over the state soliciting
subscriptions to a magazine," said
Dr. Murphree's warning. "They claim
to be on their eastern vacation and
that they are engaged in competition
in an alleged scholarship contest.
They receive $2 for a subscription and
disappear. We understand that one
of these men gives his name as Fred
"This is to warn the public against
these three crooks and to state that
these men are not University of Flor Florida
ida Florida students and that the university
has no Easter vaaction. University
authorities will be grateful for the
arrest and apprehension of these men
who are traveling under false pre pretence
tence pretence in using the name of this insti
PUTNAM LUMBER CO.
Jacksonville, April 20. The Put Putnam
nam Putnam Lumber Company near here,
which shut down two months ago, re resumed
sumed resumed operations April 18th with a
full crew of 250 men. The plant has
a capacity of 125,000 feet of lumber
Resumption of building operations
in the city and through the state gen generally,
erally, generally, and the bettering of market
conditions are prime factors in the
reopeningof the plant, officials state.
Stationery at the most reasonable
prices. We are offering splendid
values at THE BOOK SHOP. 3t
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Legal advertisements i: legal rates
John Rhodes, a farmer in the Red Red-lands
lands Red-lands section of Dade county, this
year sold fruit to the value of $1500
from a five-acre grove he set out three
The Times-Union says: "Marion
county in laying claim to being 'the
ridge of agricultural and mineral
wealth' has good ground on which to
base its call to attention."
A Chicago man says a Miami mar marriage
riage marriage cost him a million dollars. Evl
dently made him believe she was
worth her weight in gold. Tampa
Golly! Does she weigh" 4000 pounds.
The Sinn Fein in Ireland recently
put to death a woman, who they saw
fit to consider a spy, tho they didn't
even give her as much of a trial as
the Germans gave Edith Cavel. The
woman was the sole support of her
aged father and mother. American
have never favored putting women to
death, even when they were guilty of
Some of the national editors who
Florida spent a vast sum of money
to entertain, have gone home and
written worse things about the state
than that lying Curtis publication
printed about a year ago. We natur naturally
ally naturally expected some of them to do
this, and are glad our town refused to
raise $2500 in order to have their
imperial majesties stay here a day.
How about the Americanism of
that Chicago cashier named Witow Witow-ski
ski Witow-ski who, when his bank was attacked,
killed one robber, wounded two and
captured the other two? Times Times-Union.
Union. Times-Union. Judging by his name, he is a Pole,
and Poles have made good Americans
ver since Pulaski laid down his life
at Savannah in trying to win free freedom
dom freedom for the young republic
Whenever the legislature tries to
cut down expenses on anything, it
will immediately find fierce opposition
from the class that favors that par particular
ticular particular item. Every element in the
state wants public money for its own
interest and money saved on the other
elements. Unless the legislature has
a more than usual stock of backbone,
we will all go on robbing each other
and raising each other's taxes.'
The Star is not in favor of selling
nine West Florida counties, nor one
of them, to Alabama. We don't be believe
lieve believe they want to go to Alabama,
but if they do let them go without
money and without price. It would
be a mercenary act to sell them. It is
said that Alabama wants their ports
as an access to the gulf. That can
hardly be, because their ports are as
open to Alabamans as to Floridians.
A state official, one well acquainted
with school work and needs, says that
the trouble about our university and
colleges, is that they have lowered
their standard, and that is the rea reason
son reason why they are overcrowded. He
says they have students who should
yet be in high school, and if they
would raise the standard to the old old-time
time old-time level, they would do better work
and their expenses would be de decreased.
creased. decreased. Now it is reported that seven or orphans
phans orphans are being held in virtual slav slavery
ery slavery and the report comes from Kan Kansas
sas Kansas not a Southern state. Times Times-Union.
Union. Times-Union. Read the other day about a relig religious
ious religious cult in a northern state where
twenty-four young women were wed
ded, whether willing or no, to men
picked out .by their head council If
that religious council ran afoul of a
Southern grand jury it would hold its
councils in a penitentiary for some
Shouldn't our state senate ponder
over the following from the DeLand
News: "It is stated that Catts while
governor pardoned 451 convicted fel felons
ons felons of which number 156 were con convicted
victed convicted murderers and 140 were serv serving
ing serving life sentences. The Senate knew
what he was doing two years ago and
refused to interfere so long as he
pardoned those they wanted released,
appointed those they -wanted appoint
ed," and removed those they wanted
removed. The Senate ionght to inves
tigate itself and leave old man
WONDER IF THIS HIDES
A BUNCH OF WOOL
Isn't it possible that the real rea
son for the introduction of that bill
creating the public utilities commis
sion is that the railroad commission
has been largely relieved of its work
and powers practically emasculated,
in fact by the interstate commerce
Isn't it possible that the members
and employes fear that Governor
Hardee and the members of the legis legislature
lature legislature who are co-operating with him
in the effort to get rid of the dead dead-wood
wood dead-wood may decide that it, too, is a use useless
less useless commission?
Bear in mind, the bill was drawn
and introduced in the Senate by the
attorney for the railroad commission,
who is also a member of the Senate.
A little vigorous stirring with a.!
sharp stick may discover the Sene Sene-gambian
gambian Sene-gambian in the fuel heap. I
In the interest of economy, Gov-J
ernor Hardee, it has been suggested
it is believed, and hoped, with your.
assent that the members of the cab
inet can take over the work of the
state board of health and the board
take over the work of the railroad
This would be a saving worth
The people understand that you
are a perfect glutton for work. Wake
up the dead ones who have been
holding down sinecures give them
something to do! It is our impression
that it would be conferring a real
favor on a man who has to live in
Tallahassee to keep him constantly
employed. Tampa Times.
The railroad commission, Friend
Times, has lots of authority inside the
state, that the interstate commission
can't touch. Also, it is better able to
obtain rates, cars and right of way
for cars than any other agency in the
state. If the legislature wants to save
money, and the railroad commission
hasn't enough to do, let the work of
the state marketing bureau be turned
over to the commission. That is a
job it could handle much better than
the bureau. We don't want the rail railroad
road railroad commission or any other commis
sion fooling with our public utilities,
but we don't believe the bill will pass,
and if it does, we think the first town
that takes the case into the courts
will smash the law.
The Star is not alone in its opinion
of the compulsory attendance bill. A
dispatch from Tallahassee to the
from the alleged oppressions of the
compulsory school attendance law is
offered by a bill introduced in the
House this afternoon late. The bill
in the House is fathered by Mr. Ellis,
of Alachua county, and is known as
the part time attendance. The pur purpose
pose purpose of the bill is to make it possible
for children who are obliged to hold
their jobs for the support of them
selves or the family to attend school
part of the day or night, while they
are not engaged at their regular oc occupations.
cupations. occupations. It is said by some of the
friends of the bill that it has been
found to be a necessity. Then, too, it
is thought that it will take away the
alleged oppressions of the present
law, and make it more popular with
the people of the state generally."
West Palm Beach and other cities
on the east coast are bewailing the
fact that Sunday baseball has been
called off, for the present, at least.
Sheriff Baker of Palm Beach county,
has resigned, rather than enforce
Florida's "blue law," and Sheriff Al Allen
len Allen of Dade county, follows with a
statement that if he is compelled to
stop Sunday baseball he will shut
down everything that is open and do doing
ing doing business. It is up to the state
legislature either to abolish the pres present
ent present law regarding Sunday closing or
to provide in its-T)lace one which
specifies more clearly what constitutes
"reasonably necessary" Sunday busi business.
ness. business. Tampa Times.
If baseball is wicked, Sunday auto automobile
mobile automobile riding is worse. If we must
obey one law of Moses, why not
make the Pentateuch the law of the
KNOCKED IN THE HEAD
In order to reduce our stock of
Pure Fruit Jams and Preserves, we
have knocked the prices in the head
for this week.
55c jar Robin Hood Jam 32c
60c jars Royal Scarlet Jam 39c
60c and 65c Paul's Jams 43c
60c and 65c R. S. Preserves 43c
$1.15 jars Gordon & Dilworth's
Strawberry Preserves 69c
$1.50 Glass Crocks Gordon and
Dilworth's Sweet Spiced Pit Pitted
ted Pitted Cherries $1.00
60c. jars Gordon & Dilworth's
Orange Marmalade .. J ........ ,38c
40c jars Skookum Apple Butter. .25c
No goods charged at these prices,
tf O. K. TEAPOT GROCERY
Tulula Lodge No. 22, I. O. O. F.,
meets every Tuesday evening at 8
o'clock at the Odd Fellows hall in the
third story of the Gary block. A
warm welcome always extended to
T. C. Carter, N. G.
Frank G. Churchill, Secretary.
OCALA LODGE NO. 2SS, RP.O.E.;
Ocala Lodge No. 286, Benevolent ;
and Protective Order of Elks, mefrts
the second and fourth Tuesday eve- j
nings of each month. Visiting breth- I
ren always welcome. Lodge rooms
upstairs over Troxler's and the Book :
Shop, 113 Main street
A. A. Vanderbrock, E
C. Y. Miller, Secretary.
Per Box 75c Upward
miTDT DU ADK1 rv'
STURDY LADS NEED
T.W COMBINE BEAUTY
arl WEARING QUALITY
MEETS THE p. 'AND
BECAUSE IT IU kETN-
FASTNESS and I
OF COLOR THA
NOT BE EQUALED
M. FISHEL & SON
STATIONERY WEEK OFFERINGS
Fancy Box Paper in Seven
Per Box 75c Upward
Cordrey will 2
do your hauling x
anybody else. Prompt Service
Iczas Lady Suffered Yi& Puffin
and Aching Pains is Her Dicli,
YticH Cardd Relieved.
Houston, Texas. ilrs. C. D. Coot, ct
1912 Whitty Street, this city, recently
said: "About four months alter m7
narriase, I began suffering nr-h
pain, and knew that my condition "-.v.s
unusual, but couldn't just decide xviat
was wrong. I had to go to ted.
"All across my back and hips vera
pains, pulling and aching until I could
hardly sit up. I stayed in bed a f?-.7
days. My husband had heard of Ca
dul ... so I told him he might sst it
"After I had taken Cardui a few
days, I was up. I took five bottles r.na
haven't been In bed since for this
trouble, for if I have the leart syirp-
toms of this trouble I get Cards! and
take it in time. j
"I have a number of friend v?-
have used Cardui, and tiiey reconnc-d i
It very highly." j
The experience cf thi3 Texas lajy t
la similar to that reliUd t-y thcu-us
of other women.
Cardul la purely vegetable, and rr.Hd
and gentle in its action. Cr.rd-i nay
be the very medicine you rs.J if -f-
lerlng with womanly troubles.
Take CarduL I'C-13i
HQ the Family .rr.crnw".- runtn to tx rlgn i flsher
t, r- rv-c i C lAWS tie, 7 t
... crrt' liLTir as i r O wEu-.worcfV
JUDGE WARNER AT THE BAT
Editor Star: Many, many years
a?o, when the presiding elder used to
come to my father's house to hold the
usual quarterly meeting in the church
nearby, I sat by the old fireplace and
wondered if I too must now get re-
It appeared that the time was op opportune
portune opportune and the accessories already
placed, so when he thundered and
thrashed the pulpit and an assistant
revivalist prayed and sang tremelo,
I supposed that only native born ob ob-,
, ob-, duracy ailed me, and prevented me
from freely goin? forward to the
ar.xious seat. Later on, this young
revivalist, who r.'.ways stayed with
our folks while the meetings were in
procrres?, would surreptitiously bor bor-i
i bor-i row my fkates to ice lide my best girt,
j and by telling taboo stories and other
miscJemear'ors manage to fall from
grace, at least in my estimation.
So I did not join, and afterwards
wa? enabled to select my own garden
j variety of sanctitude, which has been
a great help.
i It is much .similar with bond elec elec-!
! elec-! tior.s. When the hoarse cry "Vote
; for bonds!" echoed down the way,
heretics could onlv blush and stam stam-I
I stam-I mer and in shame vote against the
, thinly spread veneer proposed to
! carry modern traffic on our streets.
! Judging from appearances, I feel
sure that if the Ocala press was to
inaugurate a propaganda to pave our
streets with leather that it would car
ry with great eclat.
li our citizens wisn to pay lor a
pseudo road, a varnish to vanish over
night, a point to carry three-ton
trucks, then I say God help Ocala. No
one else can.
It is a platitude of the fourth
order to say that everybody desires
good roads and. streets. Nobody real
ly wants to take the responsibility for
the cuss words that come with a
boundless spontaneity when his rad radiator
iator radiator bounces off over the ruts, and
so each and every one has his method.
To my mind it is revealed that old
man McLeod has said a mouthful
when he advocates crushed flint rock
as a wearing surface with a lime rock
underlay, with brick or asphalt for
our principal city streets, with a rock
dressing on side streets, but only
General Jackson and the indomitable
council knows what will be done.
Does anyone really believe that the
taxpaying public is fooled by the out outrageous
rageous outrageous waste of public funds on the
Dixie highway between Ocala and
Orange Lake? Travel it and observe
the murderous assault upon the noble
shade trees, the futile ditches filled
with mosquito breeding bilgewater,
and the absolute lack of utility in the
whole sorry waste, while officialdom
draws the pay and "Jones pays the
Were I not restrained by a sense of
modesty, I would use strong words in
the recital of such a flaunted jest upon
Why shriek, with flapper hysterics,
over red ruin, revolution and bolshev bolshev-ism,
ism, bolshev-ism, while the dispensers of public
funds sit calmly in unholy incubation
of the maggots that stir up discon
tent in the bosom of the mortgaged,
exploited and tax-ridden public, with
the politicians like Nero playing tid
dedewinks while Rome burns.
And so, in the words of the immort
al Dickens, I say,
God save us, every one.
All children's hose excepting Won
der Hose on sale, 16c. this week at
FISIIEL'S. Only two pairs to a cus
tomer. FISHEL'S. 18-6t
Will prove a mcney saver
to those who buy box pa paper
per paper and correspondence
cards April 20-27. See
the lines of Berlin-Jones
j ATnn rA
inEDIiARl iUOTOR CO.
'General AutO Repairing
Gasoline, Oils ar.d Grease
USED CARS FOR SALE
. D c
OklaWflha Ave. C Orange bt
36-in. PAJAMA CHECKS
Worth 25 cents yard
Wednesday and Thursday
AT OCALA BASEBALL PARK
Wednesday and A rmrpnl
Thursdav ni M 1111
Our Splendidly Equipped Repair Shop
See Bow Well We Are Prepared to Fix Your Automobile
Main Street, Opposite
C. Cecil Bryant
H PCBUC ACCOUNTANT
H Room 22 Holder Block
H PHONE 195 OR S32
ENGLISH LONG CLOTH
worth about 23c yard
Wednesday and Thursday
For 10-yard Bolts
"THE FASHION CENTER
Game called at 4:30
Ocala Iron Works
PRACTICAL COXTB ACTOR AD
Cartful estimates made cn all con contract
tract contract ork. Gives more and betUr
work fir the money than any other
contracior in the city.
OCALA, FLORIDA -j:
0T2s Isnt it worth while, to
jrear glasses if they will
Vw you irom neaaarne I
DR. K. J. WEIHE,
Optometrist and Optician
OCA LA EVENING STAR, WEDNESDAY. APtflL 20, 1921
The Wond ITS of
the Writing World
the Eversharp Pencil, always
sharp yet never sharpened, and
the Tempoint Pen, the pen with
the gold point of steel-like hardness
Each is the accepted leader in
its field. They are the world's two
greatest writing aids.
The name is on the pencil
The Perfect Pointed Pen
Pencil carries 18 inches of lead
enough for a quarter million
words and a sure point for every
word and every dot.
Pen has the famous Wahl Comb Feed
which automatically regulates the flow
of ink. Also has an air-tight chamber
which absolutely prevents leaking or
sweating when carried in the pocket.
Made in both Screw Joint and Self
Both Pen and Pencil made in many
styles. Pencils, $1 up; Pens, $2.50 up.
A TALENTED LITTLE GIRL
Little Lucy Johnson is so well
know nand admired in Oca la that it
is not necessary to enumerate her
talents. The following extract from
the Tampa Times will tell of the big
success and the star part that she
took in "Neptune's Cave,' which was
presented in Tampa last week by the
Woman's Club of that city. The
Probably the most universally en enjoyed
joyed enjoyed number on the entire program
wa3 furnished by little Miss Lucy
Johnson, a wee maid of Palatka, the
niece of Mrs. Sayres of Tampa. Thi3
finished little actress, who won the
hearts of all before she had made a
movement or sung a word, by her win winsome
some winsome beauty and naturalness of man manner,
ner, manner, came out with the 'School of
Minnows" as the "Raindrop." Her
costume was a green and lavendar
gauze confection. She gave the only
vocal number on the program, singing
"I'm a Lonesome Little Raindrop," as
she stood on the top of the piano in
the orchestra pit. The extreme com composure,
posure, composure, remarkable facial expression
and simplicity of the diminutive per-,
former, together with the remarkable
sweetness of tier soft, small voice,
won for her storms of applause. She
accepted her encores with the finished
polish of an experienced actres?, re responding
sponding responding with the utmost grace.
BIG DAY FOR SCHOOL
PUPILS AT BELLEVIEW
Belleview's public school had a big
day, if not the biggest one, Friday
helped the boys to organize their e!ub
and to arrange the day's program.
"As the Southern son of a Northern
father who fought for the South," he
said he believed and dared to say that
last, April 15th. A new American are glad that oure is a great unit-
flag, earned by the pupils' own efforts, j d country under one great flag in
was unfurled with real ceremony, fol following
lowing following which the newly formed Belle Belle-view
view Belle-view Boys Club ran off a program of
field sport3 in which there was
enough of novelty an dexcitement,
stead of a divided one under two
flags. And when that flag and the
school are rightly entwined, Ameri Americanism
canism Americanism is safe, he added.
"You have the flag, he said, speak-
coupled with some hearty laughs, tojing more directly to the children.
provide an afternoon of unusual en entertainment
tertainment entertainment for the large assem assemblage,
blage, assemblage, which included practically all
of Belleview's feminine population.
The flag was raised in the school
house yard by two pupils selected for
"Treasure it, and if you love it as you
ought to, and as I believe you do do-certainly,
certainly, do-certainly, as I love it it will be
bound around your hearts and wound
around your souls and so firmly that
nothing that lives on God's green
the honor by vote John Freeman, j earth will be able to shake your faith
president of the boys' club, and Gwen-! but."
dolyn Merrill, captain of the Diana i "Stand by the Flag" was then most
relay team. As they stood at atten-' appropriately sung by the pupils, led
tion at the foot of the tall pole, S. G.iby Principal Clara B. Ledbetter in
Thomas, a grizzled civil war bugler,
blew first the reveille and as the
colors went up, the salute to the flag.
As the last note dies away, Mrs. C.
itself a suggestive name.
In the field sports that followed,
Clyde Nott and the four Tillis broth brothers
ers brothers distinguished themselves, but the
E. Armstrong, of Tampa and New I spirit of the occasion was reflected by
the action of John Freeman, the big biggest
gest biggest boy in the school, who entered
but one event in order that the others
might have a better chance to win the
prizes. He easily won that event, the
baseball throw, but all of the other
contests were hard fought, not ex-
Betts ,a winter resident who cepting the frog race and the hopping
York, a highly trained singer, began
the "Star Spangled Banner." She
sang the first verse alone, the school
children joined in the second and the
entire assemblage in the third and
last verse. The only speaking of the
afternoon was a four-minute address
by R. G
Uneedas and all 10c National Biscuit Cos crack crackers
ers crackers 8c, or 3 for 22c All 20-cent packages
16c or 3 for 40 cents.
Evaporated Peaches, per pound 15c.
Octagon Soap 8c; 3 for 20c
Export Borax Soap, per cake 5c
Grandma, Gold Dust and other washing Powders
per package 5c v
Cherry Bell Flour a strictly first-class Kansas
hard wheat flour 12-lb. bags 75jc; 24-pound
Very bebt Head Rice 3 pounds 25c
Very best Blue Rose Rice 4 pounds 25c
Lard Compound, 1 pound 15c; 2 pouuds 25c
Pure Lard, per pound 20c; 2 pounds for 35c
Argo Starch, 3 for 25c; 1 dozen for 95c
Guaranteed Eggs per dozen 30c
Pure Sugar Cane Syrup in quart cans or bot bottles,
tles, bottles, 30c; pint 15c; drawn from barrel, per
W. Baker's Cocoa, Y pound 30c; 2 for 55c
W. Baker's Cooking Chocolate, -lb. cakes 25c
Our Delivery Service is at your commend
if yon trade with us.
FARMERS EXCHANGE STORE
Merchants Block Phone 163
Burbank, April 18. Mrs. J. A.
Clineman was greatly surprised when
a few of her friends came to her
home on Wednesday afternoon and
gave her a handkerchief shower. The
shower was planned as a farewell to
Mrs. Clineman before her departure
on Thursday for Chicago, where she
will join her husband. The afternoon
was pleasantly spent chatting and
sewing. Cake and coffee were served
by her daughter, Mrs. Ray Clineman
and the afternoon proved to be a
very enjoyable one for those present,
namely: Mrs. W. C. Bogue, Mrs. Sara
Tourtellot, Mrs. W. E. Teuton, Mrs.
George Taylor, Mrs. Christian Sti Sti-gile,
gile, Sti-gile, Mrs. V. H. Turner, Mrs. Ray
Clineman and Mrs. H. I. Turner.
A few friends of Mrs. J. H. War Warner
ner Warner met at her home on Wednesday
evening and made candy. The "divin "divinity"
ity" "divinity" was a wonderful success and the
evening was very pleasantly spent.
Mrs. Eva L. Hitchcock and son, Mr.
Bryant Hitchcock, were guests of
Mrs. I. H. Warner Wednesday.
Mrs. Sarah Tourtellot spent several
days last week in Ocala.
The Sunshine class of the Sunday
school were very delightfully enter entertained
tained entertained on Thursday evening by Mrs.
W. E. Teuton. Many of the games
which young folks always enjoy were
played and at a late hour refresh refreshments
ments refreshments were served. Those enjoying
Mrs. Teuton's hospitality were "Violet
Sowash, Dorothy Bogue, Vaughn
Teuton, Wallace Teuton, Carl So-
wash and Raymond Turner, members
of the class, Ray and John Goolsby
of Oak and Mrs. V. H. Turner.
Ocala visitors on Friday were Mr.
W. C. Bogue, Mrs. Christine Stigile,
Mr. Ray Clineman, Mr. George Tay
lor and Mr. H. L. Shaw.
Mrs. W. C. Bogue and children,
Dorothy and Billie. left Saturday for
Palatka to attend the wedding of Mrs.
Bogue's son, Mr. Max Bogue and Miss
Bernice Buck, which will take place
on Wednesday at high noon at the St.
Johns church. While in Palatka Mrs.
Bogue will be the guest of her daugh
ter, Mrs. John Tilghman.
Mrs. Christine Stigile, Mrs. Georg
Taylor, Mrs. Fred Richter and Mrs.
H. L. Shaw were dinner guests of Mr.
and Mrs. M. C. Denmark Sundav.
Tire Prices Reduced
DIAMOND Non-Skid, 30x3. A A
old price $20 00, now $11. UV
PIAMOND Plain, 30x3, Q-f r A A
old price $17.60, now... tfltAUU
6,000 Mile Guarantee
FEDERAL, FISK AND DIAMOND TUBES
NEW PRICES Overhauling Ford motor $16.
Overhauling Ford rear end, $5 for time.
Grinding Ford valves, $3.
JAS. ENGESSER, Proprietor
Phone 258 West Broadway
Berlin-Jones and Crane's
Fancy Box Paper and Correspond'
ence Cards at 75c and
upwards per box
Stolen from my resident on April
12, one gold brooch, wheel shaped,
with large center diamond and six
smaller diamonds. One gold ring with
three opals. One gold wedding ring.
18-tf Charles S. Cullen.
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'
dresses, silks, satins, crepes
and fancy woolens. All the
latest methods are used in including
cluding including the French Dry
All orders receive prompt
attention, and goods are call called
ed called for and delivered in any
art 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. We pay return parcel
post on all work.
Walkley & Barnett
Look At Itee Prices
We are glad lo report another drop
in the price of CRISC0
1 pound tins Crisco 18c
Ui pound tins of Crisco ..27c
3 pound tins of Crisco. 54c
6 pound tins of Crisco $1.05
9 pound tins of Crisco U5
Think ol it, PRE-WAR PRICES
?fc Here is a price on Pare Fruit Jams and Preserves
j: that we are sure will appeal to you.
In order to move this stock of Pare Fruit Jams
i 'and Preserves, ;we have marked the prices down to
less than cost. The goods won't labt long, so
ig come early.
55c jar Robin Hood Jams for
60c jars Royal Scarlet Jams for.
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 yor service. Phone 580 or 558 for
quick uelivery of our QUALITY ICE
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race fr the smaller children, nor even
I the penny hunt' for the smaller chil-
In the last mentioned the little one
'scrambled in a sandpile for fifty pen pen-i
i pen-i nies and one dime, which had been
j scattered in the sand and the boys
j proved better money hunters than the
J girls, the boys finding not only the
imost pennies, but one of them the
1 T Al 1 t 1 1
in me ooys reiay race, ine prize,
an ornamental weather guide, was
presented to the school, and Miss
Ledbetter and her assistant, Mrs.
Matchett, were given a surprise, the
boys who ran the last 'relay running
up to them and handing each a box
The results of the various contests
were as follows:
50-yard dash, won by Robert Mer Merrill;
rill; Merrill; second, Lee Thompson, third,
Frog race, won by Llewelyn Ab Ab-shire;
shire; Ab-shire; second, Floyd Tillis; third,
Boys relay race, won by team A
(Clyde Nott, Milton Tillis and Sam
Freeman) ; second, team B (Edwin
Lachance, Robert Merrill and Rufus
Horse and rider race, won by Clyde
Nott and Rufus Tillis; second, Sam
Freeman and Milton Tillis; third, Ed Edwin
win Edwin Lachance and Nathan Tillis.
Sack race, won by Aufus Tillis;
second, Nathan Tillis; third. Jack
Hop race for boys, won by Llew Llewelyn
elyn Llewelyn Abshire; second, Floyd Tillis;
third, Ivan Owen.
Hop race fov girls, won by Alice
Weihe; second, Ruth Mason; third,
Wheelbarrow race, won by Clyde
Nott and Edwin Lachance; second,
Rufus Tillis and Robert Merrill;
third. Jack Kidd and Llewelyn Ab
Girls' relay race, won by Diana
team (Gwendolyn Merrill, Mittie Mc-
Clendon and Grace Kidd; second, the
Juno team (Mariemma Stanley, Dag
mar Sjoberg and Louise Thompson).
Crab race, won by Clyde Nott; sec-
ond, Rufus Tillis; third, Nathan Til
Leapfrog race, won by Edwin-La
chance and Clyda Nott; second. Phil
lip Feuchter and Nathan Tillis; third
Sam Freeman and Milton Tillis.
Baseball throw, won by John Free
man; second, Rufus Tillis; third, Ed
Penny hunt, won by Ivan Owen (20
cents); second, Edward Tillis (1
cents); third, Fay Sumner (9 cents).
A cash surplus left over after pay
ine for the prizes has been given to
the school, half of it going for the
purchase of a phonograph, already
irrW .Rlf naid for. and the other
CTJ Tin VFDV CPEVrjII Clhalf to buy a new iron gate for the
uiniiviiJLaiii rraaj& ju,uimj
school, enougn money ior me ia.i
j being added by a couple of gentlemen
jto make the gate a certainty.
; It is probable that the boys club
shortly will become a Boy Scout
'troop, the much sought scoutmaster
; having been found in Roy G. Free Free-iman,
iman, Free-iman, who has agreed to take up the
60c and 70c jars Paul's Jams 43c
60c and 65c jars Royal Scarlet
Pure Fruit Preserves 43c
rtlice ioc? "lTr?rn on1
Dilworth's Strawberry Preserves
hauling and moving
m a m m 1
$1.50 glass crocks Gordon and
Dilworth's Sweet Spiced Red
Pitted Cherries S1.00
60c jars Gordon and Dilworth's
Orange Marmalade 38c
40c jar Skookum Apple Butter 25c
These jams and preserves consist of the fol following
lowing following fruits: Peach, Red Cherry, Strawberry,
Black Current, Apricot. Blackberry, Raspberry.
Cash and Carry
One East and one West City Square
THE WINDSOR HOTEL
In the heart of the city with Hemming Park for a front jard.
Every modern convenience in each room. Dining room ervics) 1
second to none
ROBERT i MEYER
Writing Papers, blue,
grey, white, lavender,
pink, salmon and old
pearl, at per box 75c
and upward, April
USED CAR BARGAINS
CYLINDERS RE-BORED AND
GEO- J. WILLIAMS
! Formerly Carroll Motor Company
Garage, Osceola St.
PHONE 597 Night 408
One Steams-Knight eight.
One 6-cylinder 5-passenger
One small five-passenger Overland.
One Chevrolet Baby Grand.
One 1919 Maxwell touring car.
One Marwell ltt-ton truck.
Anyone wishing a real car bargain
on easy terms should call and look
ROYAL ARCH MASONS
tt m' fcaaaasaaatsaaWl K
Geo, MacKay Co. i
Regular conventions of the Ocala
Chapter No. 13. R- A. M., on the fourth
Friday in every month at 8 p. m.
I H. S. Wesson, H. P.
L. Adams, Secretary.
Two Licensed Embalmers
Motor Funeral Cars
Private Morgue and Chapel
Day Phone 47
Night Phone 515
G. B. Overton. Manager
ORDER OF EASTERN STAB
Ocala Chapter No. 29, O. E. S.
meets at the Masonic hall the second
and fourth Thursday eveninge of each
month at 8 o'clock o'clock-Mrs.
Mrs. o'clock-Mrs. Rosalie Condon, W. M.
Mrs. Susan Cook. Secretary-
STAFF OF LIFE
Phone us your order for Flour
Light House Self Rising Flour Q1 flft
24-pound bag tfA.1V
Light House Self Rising Flour.
Omega, King of all Pastry Flour
Omega, King of all Pastry Flour
Cottolene, No. 10 pail $1.25
Armour's Simon pure Leaf Lard, 5 lb. bucket-115
H. B. WHITTMGTON
Two Pbones, 377 and 162
Nice destroys the odor of perspira perspiration,
tion, perspiration, 25 centa at Gena Drug tSore. tf
1 WE HAVE THE TIRE YOU WANT
1- WHEN YOU WANT IT h
0 "SERVICE" Our Motto p
S UNITED STATES TIRES HOOD TIRES
j SINCLAIR MOTOR OILS j
CARS WASHED AND POLISHED
KUMBAK SERVICE STATION
OCA LA EVENING STAR, WEDNESDAY, APRIL 20, 191
IFtofere's Mo ieiyiif Tic Fac
i BCAIA OCCURRENCES
Irt! If you have any society items for
the Star, please call five-one.
Miss Mamie Sue Spencer was the
jLf'week end guest of Miss Anna Priest
eit irom a Money -bay-
mi .to Ewery Housewife
; Phone 158.
There's no extra charge for clean cleaning
ing cleaning your fish at the City Fish Market.
Mr. Sam Bur ford is in the city on
a v.s:t to his raicnts. yr. ana -Mrs.
Pv. A. Durford.
lednced Price Sale Unfi
fey Is s
They've a delicious taste besides
they are made in a 100 per cent san san-itcrv
itcrv san-itcrv shop thce rolls. Federal Bak
3 18c cans Corn or Peas 43c
3 15c cans Pork and Beans 31c
40c bottle Salad Dressing 28c
$1.00 Broom 69c
3 packages Argo Starch 23c
5 packages Rub-no-more 27c
2 cans Lighthouse Cleanser. 9c
2 10c packages Macaroni or
2 10c packages Popcorn 15c
2 30c cans Pink Salmon.. 28c
A m i
??: 1 ter,
2 15c tall cans Milk .25c
10 bars large Octagon Soap C4c
5 packages Rolled Oats 52c &ifriends-
6 Dounds Best Rose Rirft dr &
sr w t
5 pounds Washing Soda ISc
2 8c packages RINSO 12c
3 15c packages Ivory Soap
5 boxes Safe Home Matches 29c
1 18c can Helmet Pumpkin 12c
1 18c can Sauer Kraut 12c
Mr. and Mrs. Robertson and daugh-
Miss Esther Robertson, are at
noma after a ten days visit to Arcadia
f i durable. All fresh stock. Gerig's
Zvl I Drug Store
Mrs. Mittie Wilcox, worthy matron
of DunnePnn Chapter O. E. S, left
Sunday to p-ttrnd the meeting of tho
Grand Chapter in St. Petersburg this
week. Mrs. Wilcox is a delegate of
the Dunnellon chapter and her friends
wish her success in obtaining the
charter for the Dunnellon chapter
that she organized. While away, Mrs.
Wilcox will spend a few days with
her daughter in Lakeland.
Garcia de Ora, that mild Havana
filler; 10 cents all dealers. 25-lm
The Business and Professional
Woman's Club held a social meeting
in the club rooms last evening. About
twenty members of this up-to-date
organization,, were present. There were
five tables of players, rook being en enjoyed
joyed enjoyed during the evening. At the
conclusion of the games, ice cream,
mints and salted peanuts were serv served.
ed. served. This club is one of the most up-to-date
in the city and is steadily in increasing
creasing increasing in popularity, and it is need needless
less needless to say last evening's gathering
was enjoyed by all who attended.
ORDER OF EASTERN STAR1,
Ocala Chapter No. 29, O. E. S
reets at ti e Aiason:c nail the second
and fourth Thursday evenings of each
north at 8 o'clock.
Mrs. Rosalie Condon, W. M.
Mrs. Susan Cook. Secretary.
This is a Studebaker year.
Real Bargains in
High Class Writing Paper
iVANTED, LOST. FOUND. FOR
SALE, FOR RENT AND SIM SIMILAR
ILAR SIMILAR LOCAL NEEDS
Rates: Six lines, maxim am, one time,
25c; three times. 50c; six times, 75c;
one month, $3. Payable in advance.
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
Bargain in 1915 Ford touring car
in Al shape. Auto Sales Co., Mack
SPECIAL To Introduce lib can Canova Coffee (45c value) 39c
2 10c cans Red Beans. 13c
1 lb. Gunpowder Tea 75c value .47c
2 '25c cans N. Y. pck Tomatoes 36c
2 15c cans Campbell's Soups. ..23c
1 50c can Libby's Apricots 32c
1 30c bottle Chili Sauce 19c
1 30c can Spinach :...19c
2 25c cans Spaghetti 36c
3 15c packages Corn Flakes 29c
3 15c pkgs. Kellogg's Krumbles 2Sc
3 15c cans Napoleon Sardin s22c
2 1 1-2 pound Karo Syrup 25c
1 1 1-2 pound CRISCO 27c
1 1 1-2 pound can RUMFORD. .14c
2 18c jars Apple Jelly 25c
3 35c cans Corned Beet 69c
The friends of Mrs. N. R. Bray will
be glad to hear that she is steadily
Vjl ; left the hospital yesterday for her
W. K. Lane, M. D., physician and
Zi Furgeon, specialist eye, ear, nose and
ROYAL ARCH MASONS
! throat. OMke over 5 and 10 cent store
& I Miss J. A. Holly of Bedford Hills,
i X. Y., after two months spent in
j Ocala at the home of Rev. C. W.
fc White, returned home yesterday aft-
. 1 erncon.
Regular conventions of the Ocala
Chapter No. 13, R. A. M., on the fourth
Friday in every month at 8 p. m.
H. S. Wesson. H. P.
B. L. Adams, Secretary.
OCALA LODGE NO. 286. B.P.O.E.
BUY IT AT THE CRESCENT FOR LESS
Oneida Community Silverware coupons Free with each 25 cent
purchase. Orders amounting to $3 or over delivered free
You ran alwavs cet fresh or salt
iC i water fish, shrimp, etc., at the -City
Fish Market on Fort King avenue.
Phone 158. tf
Ocala Lodge No. 286, Benevolent!
and Protective Order of Elks, meets
the second and fourth Tuesday eve evenings
nings evenings of each month. Visiting breth brethren
ren brethren always welcome. Lodge rooms
upstairs over Troxler's and the Book
Shop, 113 Main street.
A. A. Vanderbtoek, E. R.
C. Y. Miller, Secretary.
This is your opportunity to save, don't miss it.
Meat market in conncctfc-i
Mrs. Claude Nelson has terminated
a pleasant week's visit to her mother,
Mrs. Mary Pooser, and other rela relatives,
tives, relatives, returning to her Jacksonville
1 home Fridav.
Arrival and departure of passenger
trains at OCALA UNION STATION.
The following schedule figures pub published
lished published as information and not guar guaranteed.
anteed. guaranteed. (Eastern Standard Time)
SEABOARD AIR LINE RAILROAD
2:20 am Jackson ville-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 NTfork-St. Petrsbrg 1:35 am
2:15 am Tampa 2:15 am
1:50 pm Tern pa-Manatee 1:35 pm
4:05 pm Tampa-St. Petrsbrg 4:05 pm
ATLANTIC COAST LINE R. R.
2:27 am Jacksonville-N'York 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
3:24 pm St.Petsbrg-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 Leesburg 6:42 am
4:45 pm Gainesville 11:50 am
Monday, Wednesday, Friday.
Tuesday, Tr,rsday, Saturday.
cash takes two Fords. Good
Spencer-Pedrick Motor Com-
cigars why rot get
2 I the best? Call for Garcia de Ora;
A 10 cents all dealers. 23-lm
Cash and Carry Meat Market
CRAWFORD PASTEUR, Prop.,
Located in the CRESCENT GROCERY CO.'s Store
We handle all fed Beef, the very best Veal and
Pork Cheap. Pay for your meat and not your
neighbor's who does not pay for his.
FED FLORIDA STEERS
Round Steak 30c
Other Steaks 24c
Loin Steaks 30c
Good Roast 24c
Rib and Flank 15c
Pork Hams 25c
Pork Livers 25c
BEST OF VEAL
Veal Stews 20
Veal Roast 33c
Veal Liver 25
FIRST QUALITY WESTERN
Round Steak 4Qc
Good Roast 38c
Loin Steaks 40c
Good Stews 20c
Lamb Chops 5Cc
Lamb Ribs 35c
We ask you for your patronage and
lhank You in advance.
.t........... ii 1 Rev. J. J. Neighbour spent Tuesday
3VtIVi.?tfK: .".r. J;; and Wednesday in Lakeland, going
i mill especially to hear the Rev. Branford,
who has caused such a sensation with
his marvelous healing.
j Dr.zira Face Powder is satisfying,
and the odor is dainty. Ask to see it
'at Ge-V's Drug Store. tf
Buy a new book at week at THE
BOOK SHOP. 3t
Tulula Lodge No. 22. I. O. O. F.,
meets every Tuesday evening at 8
o'clock at the Odd Fellows hall in the
third story of the Gary block. A
warm welcome always extended to
T. C. Carter, N. G.
Frank G. Churchill, Secretary.
Although to study I may turn
And striv to b a pupil mart,
X know that I abail narar tears
All of the traffic rules by heart.
- Practice of Law.
"I swore to sixteen, when Tm really
forty. Was that perjury r
"Yes, madam. It was."
"Dear me! Sd!1 I change my testi testimony?"
mony?" testimony?" "Better stick to sixteen. Then tf
any trouble arises we'll art the Jvipe
to spare you on account of your ex extreme
treme extreme youth."
iVi s vT -T .V
MM fcH I till Mil 1 1 I 111
J Mr. George Raymond is staying
jwith his son, Mr. Elwood Raymond,
(chief of the Ocala fire department.
! Mr. Raymond will make Ocala his
(headquarters, traveling from here.
The Wireless Signa
II you arc in Ei&Src&c
don't fail in signal us
We are ;-hvcys c
I Bargain in 1021 Ford sedan. In Al
i shape practically new. Auto Sales
'Co., Ma.'!c Tr.ylor 191 6t
There will be a meeting of the
;Dauhte:s of th-? Confederacy at the
home of Mrs. R. B. Eullock tomorrow
afternoon at 4 o'clock, to discuss a
vcry important matter concerning the
old ?oldiers home.
Meet me at the Union Station
f ?T ff C 1J Restaurant for a regular family style
Ocal i Hons-- Block
dinner Best dinner in the state for 75
i cents. Eat and drink all you want.
I Dinner 11 a. m. to 2:30 p. m. Owned
and operated by 100 Americans, tf
: FLORIDA AND WESTERN MEATS, POULTRY, ETC.
The Best Quality
and Prompt Service
MAIN STREET MARKET
A. E." GERIG
FIHE j Mr. and Mrs. Saffold of Cleveland,
Ohio, expect to leave tomorrow for
: .Y. j'.t horne, taking the Oklawaha river
j;; :p. Mr. and Mrs. Saffold have been
i pending the winter at Woodmar and
! O.-ala. They are delighted with Ocala
r.nd expect to return next winter.
A big display
i stationery at
of new and beautiful
new prices at THE
111 W. Bro:,(h.yny
STOP THAT ACHE
Mr. end Mrs. E. A. Mobley left
Ilrnrlay fcr Live Oak, where Mr.
'Mrlky he; accepted a position and
. t'v; 7 will make their future home.
' M. sr.d Mrs. Mobley have a wide
ci.cle cf friends here who will bt?
ro v to hear that they have left
Appreciating tha Views.
Mrs. Xewrlch (returnl from toor)
We went very swiftly all the way.
Callor But traveling In a fast auto,
how oull you get any !di. of the
Mrs. Newrlch Oh, I bought a lot of
picture postcards every place wt
FOR SALE Genuine Porto P.ico
plants, 8 to 12 in. long, government'
inspected; n weavels or disease.
Guaranteed immediate delivery.
$1.75 per thousand, express collect.
Write for prices on vines. C. II.
Cooner, T46 Wyominia St, Ocala,
Fla. Phone 3S9. SO-tf
WANTED To rent, four or five-
room house in a good location, close
in. Address, "House," C Star. 6t
WANTED A thoroughly competent
competent lady stenographer wants
position where ability to properly
punctuate and construct correspon correspon-dnce
dnce correspon-dnce will be appreciated. Apply
to "Competent" care Star. 14-6t
WANTED Position by first class
cook in hotel, boarding house, cafe
or private family. Apply to Ed.
Dowl, 607 N. Magnolia St. 18-3t
Hard to Stop.
He And what Is your society for?
She For the prevention of gam gam-Wins
Wins gam-Wins nmori women.
He But that's Impossible.
She Certainly It's not Impossible to
fftnn gambling among women.
He Oh. gambling! 1 thought you
said gobbing! Pearson's Weekly.
"Who is the young man over yon yonder
der yonder o well dressed whom all the
girls seem to be admiring?"
"Why. he's the pink of perfection."
-And who Is the ordinary looking
man near him with a baby In his
"Oh. he's Just a plain poppy."
ckrtUu) mmd will
ay easfe trial. Peataa-a prepaid.
KDf o HTcmn&jASHJOn DisTrrDTK
Dapt. Z3 Irviaa fWe tUw Jmk
FOR SALE Pair of mare mules,
seven years old, sound and in good
condition; $250 for the par. See
B. F. Condon, Ocala, Fla. 18-6t
LOST Bunch of keys in postoffice.
Return to Star office. "L" 18-3t
FOR SALE Ford touring car in first
class condition. Price $275. Apply
to R. R. Carroll. Ocala, Fla. 18-3t
FOR SALE Sweet peas. Apply to
D. E. Swindell, W. Adams street,
phone 270. 18-t
WANTED A neat, attractive, refin refined
ed refined girl to assist in confectionery
establishment. No experience neces necessary.
sary. necessary. Apply to the Star office. 19-tf
FORD SEDAN New tires, electric
starter, excellent mechanical con condition.
dition. condition. Must sell this week. Box
330, Ocala, Fla. 19-3t
LOST Cash, a $20, $10 and two $5
bills. Return to Collier Adams, at
George MacKay &. Co's. store and
receive reward. 19-3t
FOR SALE One piano for cash or
liberty bonds. Write "M," care the
Evening Star. 19-3t
WANTED Man with car to travel
- Marion, Citrus, Sumter and Lake
counties. A good proposition to the
right man. Address "Opportunity,"
care Ocala Star, Ocala, Fla. 20-3t
FOR SALE Beds, chairs, tables, re refrigerator,
frigerator, refrigerator, cupboard and other fur furniture
niture furniture at a bargain. II. R. Luffman,
225 E. Washington St. 20-3t
FOR SALE Beautiful, long stem
Easter lilies. Phone 379. 20-t
This is a Studebaker year.
-Henry, the doctor says little Henry
and his sister both have measles."
"Good Lord! More expense. And
Just to think. Just to think !"
"Just to think what. Henry?"
"When I was a boy I paid a chum of
mine ft) cents to give me the measles."
: STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES, FEED, ETC.
Don't worry and complain about a
bad back. Get rid of the: p?in ?r.J
i lameness! Use Doan's Kidney rills. ::
Many Ocala people have used them
and know how effective they are.
Here's an Ocala case.
J. E. Allemand, p:op. cf jewelry 'j-'
store. Fort King avenue, says: "Some ;
time ago I wreched my back while
working in my garden ar.d for so:v3
;time following had a cor.strnt ache
J across the small of my Lack and in
a: my hips. It was distressing for.nie
; to straighten up after I had sat in one
Xc : :a!c-.-mir.shi? necessary to sell
clis hare after they have once been
C. V. ROBERTS. Phone 305
BARNEY SPENCER. Phone 431
ROBERTS & SPFNCER
Funeral Directors and Embalmers
Private Morgue and Chapel. Personal Service to all.
Motor Equipment. Coffins and Caskets Delivered.
Miss Margaret Eagleton, who has
u-n spending the winter in Ocala,
ft vesterdav for her home in Potts-
town, Ta. Miss Eagleton is a former
resident of Ocala and her numerous
r.icns were delighted to have her
with them again and hope that she
will return next winter.
Commenting upon the superior ex excellence
cellence excellence of Federal Bakery rolls, one
customer says "Decidedly different
and deucedly dainty." 16-t
Office Phone 350
217 West Broadway B
position for any length of time. I be began
gan began to use Doan's Kidney Pills and
they surely proved their merit in a
short time, for they caused every
symptom of this trouble to disappear.
I take a dose of Doan's occasionally
t keep my kidneys in good order."
Price 60c. at all dealers. Don't
simply ask for a kidney remedy get i -Ar- Wilham W llson of Greenville,
Doan's Kidney Pills the same that?S. C. and a member of the American
Mr. Allemand had. Foster-Miiburn : Legion Post in that city, arrived yes yes-Co.,
Co., yes-Co., Mfrs., Buffalo. N. Y.-Adv. 3 ;terday to take a position m Mn g iL
i Hooper's barbershop. Mr. Wilson is
Keep the hands and face soft with
ILASOL. 50 cents
jH'j Gerig's Drug Store.
a first class barber and has been
the bottle at j working for some time in Atlanta and
ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE
OF TRAINS IN OCALA
Seaboard Air Line
Arrive from Jacksonville.. 2:10a.m.
lave for Tampa 2:15 a.m.
Arrive from Jacksonville.. 1:50p.m.
Leave for Tampa .. 1:55 p.m.
Arrive from Jacksonville.. 3:51p.m.
wtave for Tampa 4:05 p.m.
Arrive from Tampa 2:14 a.m.
Leave for Jacksonville.... 2:15a.m.
Airive from Tampa 1:35 p.m.
LAve for Jacksonville.... 1:00p.m.
Arrive from Tampa 4:16p.m.
Leave for Jacksonville. ... 4:17 p. m.
Arrive from New York.... 1:34 a. m.
Leave for St. Petersburg.. 1:37a.m.
Arrive from St. Petersburg 2:55 a. m
Leave for New York 3r00a.m-
Atlantie Coast Ua
Arrive from Jacksonville. 2:31 a.nv
-ave for St. Petersburg. 2:32 a.m.
Arrive from Jacksonville.. 3:34p.m.
Leave for St. Petersburg.. 35 p.m.
Arrive from Jacksonville. 10 :12 p. m.
Leave for Leesburg 10:13 p. tl
Airive from St. Petersburg 2:23 a. m.
eave for Jacksonville . Z:Z7 a. m.
Arrive from St. Peteraborg 15 p. m.
Leave for Jacksonville.... 1:45 p. m.
Arrive from Leesburg.. '.. 6:41 a. a.
Leave for Jacksonville.... 6:42 a. m.
Arrive from Homosaaaa... 1.25 p. m.
Leave for Homosaaaa 325 p. m.
Arrive from GainesviHa,
d&ily except Sunday wjli50 a. m.
Leave for G ainesville, daijy.
except Sunday-. ........ 4U5p ta.
Leave for Lakeland Taa-"
day, Thursday; Saturday 7 25'a.m.
Ar. from Lakeland, Tnea-
- day, Thursday, Saturday 11 .-u3 p. m
ieave for Wilcox, llonday,
Wednesday and Friday.. T:10 a. m
Arrive from Wilcox, lloa
day. Wednaadaj. Friday. :45p.a.
will get you just as good a selection as though you
call in person.
Many times it is inconvenient lor you to come
YOU MAY BE IN A HURRY
Whatever your need in our line,
a phone call to us will fill it.
1 YOUNG-MERRIN CO.
CIVIL BGLMEERS AND SURVEYORS g
Ucensed under the laws cf the State of Florida
Capt. Edward Draie is associated
with ua and in charge cf our Phos Phosphate
phate Phosphate Mine and Plant Department.
Olllces, ZZ-Zi Holder Bldg. Phone No. 5