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The Ocala evening star
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Ocala Evening Star
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Weather Forecast: Generally fair
tonight and Thursday.

The Issue Swept the County With a Majority Much Larger
Than was Expected by the most Sanguine

Old Marion went strong for bonds!
Already the leading agricultural
county in Florida, she has now taken
her place with the progressive good
roads counties of the state. The large
majority for bonds cast in yesterday's
election means that Marion's link of
the Dixie Highway and the county's j
link pf state road No. 5 will be built
vith a permanent type of construc construction.
tion. construction. These roads will be built, and
thereafter maintained by the state
road department under the supervis supervision
ion supervision of the federal highway bureau.
The county at present has over 225
miles of hard surfaced highways and
the carrying of the bond issue means
that the initial step has been taken
looking to the building of a highway
system of a more permanent nature
&nd one less expensive and less diffi difficult
cult difficult to maintain.
. With 21, precincts heard from up to
11 o'clock1 this morning the bond issue
had swept the county with a majority
of 613.
The majority vote in Ocala exceeded
expectations. It was known that
Ocala would go strong for bonds, but
no one expected a majority so large.
Everybody worked hard for the issue.
It was a remarkable instance of what
can be accomplished by team work.
The big vote in Ocala augurs well for
the success of the city bond issue for
extension of the permanent street
paving, to be'hejd on May 13th. With
the passage of the cpun'ty bond issue
for the Dixie Highway and state road
No. 5, and the bright outlook for the
. city issue, the future of Ocala and
Marion county holds wonderful prom promise.
ise. promise.
The Marion County Board of Trade
s played a large part in the campaign
which resulted so successfully at the
- polls yesterday. The campaign com committee
mittee committee of the Board of Trade received
splendid co-operation all over the
county, and the result is due in .a
great measure to this pulling together.
The vote in the various precincts
was as follows:
Precinct For Against
,Gcala 405 40
- Keddick ............... 54 8
f;Fjkmington ....17' 37
Romeo . 18 6
. Summerfield 20 34
Lake Weir 32 ...
Grahamville 18 31
Citra 7 23
Anthony 30 32
Martin 10

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Belleview 69 6
Mcintosh 74 ...
Pedro .18 3
'Dunnellon 4 54
Candler 33 5
Kendrick. 10 13
Martel 4 27,
Fairfield ..37 5
Geiger 3 17
CLEMENCEAU HAS
RETURNED TO FRANCE
(Associated Press)
Paris, April 21. Former Premier
Clemenceau has returned from visit
ing Egypt.
REBUILT CARS
1914 Everett Touring, $150.
1918 Chevrolet, $500.
1915 Ford Touring, $250.
1919 Cleveland Roadster, $850.
1918 Maxwell Lig'ht Truck, $350.
OCALA MOTOR CO., Phone 71
STORE FOR RENT
The store roonrin the Merchants
block now occupied by Pillans &
Smith Grocery Co. will be for r,ent
about May 1st. R. R. Carroll, Agt. tf
AIRPLANE RIDE
For $30 Thursday a round trip to
Leesburg. Same for Saturday to
Gainesville, where the Shriners will
held a big convention. N 21-2t
Ladies' hats and dresses at the
Elite Shop, Ocala, House, opposite
courthouse. 17-6t
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HITCHCOCK GIVES
BRYAN THE HOOK
Peerless, in His Own State, is Not Ex.
ceedingly Popular with
the People
( Associated Press )
Omaha, April 21. Incomplete re returns
turns returns from the Nebraska presidential
primary show Senator Johnson lead leading
ing leading the republicans with General
Wood second. Senator Hitchcock
overwhelmed his democratic opponent.
Three of Hitchcock's delegates at
large are leading and Bryan took
fourth place.
PALMER LEADS IN GEORGIA
Atlanta, April 21. Returns from
Georgia's democratic presidential pri
mary, show Attorney General Palmer
leading with 140 votes in the state
convention. Thomas E. Watson is sec second
ond second with 120 votes, and Senator Hoke
Smith third with 100 votes-
INFORMATION ABOUT
THE UNIVERSITY
There is probably no one subject in
the state in which the people are so
vitally interested and at the same
time one which is so imperfectly un understood
derstood understood as is the organization our
institutions of higher learning.
In 1905 the legislature of Florida
combined all of the institutions of
higher learning, seven in number, into
four, and placed them under one
board of control composed of five men
appointed by the governor of the
state.' These men serve without pay,
giving the state their services free of
charge In many quarters outside of
the state of Florida it was freely said
that this venture would prove unsuc unsuccessful,
cessful, unsuccessful, since no "five men could be
found in the state who would be will
ing to" meet not less than twelve times
a year, abandon their own business for
the time being and give their time and
best thought, as well as their best en energies
ergies energies to the welfare of the. state. Aft After
er After fifteen years it has been proven be beyond
yond beyond a doubt that five such men can
be found in the state, and that under
this arrangement the institutions of
higher learning have prospered as
never before. The members of this
board of control are Messrs. J. B.
Hodges, E. L. Wartmann, J. B. Sutton,
H. B. Minium and W. W.,Flournoy.
This board of control moulds the
general policy of all of the institu institutions
tions institutions under their control, which con consists
sists consists of the University of Florida at
Gainesville, the Woman's College at
Tallahassee, the Institution for the
Deaf and Blind at St. Augustine, and
the Negro Agricultural and Mechani-
1 ry-ti a. m-ll-l I
cai Vjouege at ianauassee.
The University
The University of Florida is locat located
ed located at Gainesville, having opened its
doors to students at this place in Sep September
tember September 1906. She owns a property of
over 600 acres of land situated in one
body. In 1905 this consisted of piny
woods and hammock. We now have ten
brick buildings, a 90-acre campus, and
three splendid farms.
The university is composed of five
colleges:
(a) Arts and Sciences.
b) Agricultural College.
. (c) College of Engineering.
(d) Teachers College.
(e) .Law College.
This is a splendid arrangement,
since from among our graduates will
come the future .eladers of the state.
These young men come to know, each
other and respect each other for their
attainments and have none of the
petty prejudices which arise when
these different colleges are located in
different parts of the commonwealth,
as occurs in many other states.
Agricultural College
The College of Agriculture in Flor Florida
ida Florida was established in 1884. Among
its older graduates we find some of
the leading men, not only of the state
but of the nation. Rear Admiral Cone
is among its early graduates. Mr. R.
C. Dunn of the state railway commis commission
sion commission is among the men who have done
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OCALA, FLORIDA, WEDNESDAY, APKIL 21. 1920.

WILL RETURN TO WORK
Railroad Brotherhood Men Seem In Inclined
clined Inclined to Listen to
Reason
(Associated Prss)
,Washington, April. 21. An agree agreement
ment agreement with the railroad brotherhood
unions under which the striking rail railroad
road railroad workers in New York will return
to work, was announced today by Ed Edward
ward Edward McIIugh, their spokesman. He
said the brotherhoods had abandoned
the effort to have their cases taken up
separately by the railroad labor board.
MANY OVERALLS IN
EVIDENCE IN MANHATTAN
(Associated Press)
New York, April 21. The overall
parade Saturday will take on a na national
tional national aspect with the presence of
representatives from other cities.
AINTAB RELIEVED
BY THE FRENCH
(Associated Press)
Constantinople, April 21.- French
troops have entered Aintab and reliev relieved
ed relieved the situation. Americari relief
workers sent messages from there last
week asking for assistance.
things in Florida. Mr. C. E. Davis of
Madison has for several years repre represented
sented represented his county in the legislature.
Both are graduates of our university,
and I might add greatly to this list
and find no less prominent men among
her early graduates.
Any business to be successful must
have various divisions. The Agricul Agricultural
tural Agricultural College has three principal divis divisions.
ions. divisions. These are based upon the lines
of activities conducted by each. It can
readily be seen without argument that
if a man gives all of his time to teach teaching
ing teaching students on the campus, he cannot
at fhe same time make of himself a
thorough investigator, and likewise
the thorough investigator cannot de devote
vote devote his time to. the complicated and
highly specialized lines of investiga investigation
tion investigation and at the same time travel over
the state and deliver lectures to agri agricultural
cultural agricultural assemblages. As a matter )f
fact it takes at least three distinct
types of mind to carry on these three
divisions of work. Therefore, we find
the Agricultural College composed of:
(a) Instructional division for teach teaching
ing teaching students attending the university.
(b) Investigational division (exper
iment station). I
(c) Extension division, for teaching
people not resident at the university.
Instructional Division
In the instructional division the men
who attend the Agricultural College
receive their instruction in the differ different
ent different branches common to the other
colleges with the students attending
on the other colleges. For example,
English, mathematics, chemistry, bac bacteriology,
teriology, bacteriology, etc., are the same whether
the young man becomes a doctor, law lawyer,
yer, lawyer, farmer, agriculturalist or what
not.
. The strictly agricultural subjects
are taught in five different depart departments,
ments, departments, each of which has its own head.
In the agronomy department is taught
the subject of soils and fertilizers,
crops, etc.; in the animal husbandry
and dairy department the subjects
especially relating to animal industry
are taught; the veterinary science de department
partment department takes up especially the dis diseases
eases diseases of domestic animals; the hosti hosti-cultural
cultural hosti-cultural department includes the
teaching of fertilization of horticul horticultural
tural horticultural crops, diseases and general stud studies
ies studies of fruit crops of the state; and the
poultry department takes up the sub subject
ject subject of poultry husbandry.
Experiment Station i
The object of this division is to
make original agricultural investiga investigations
tions investigations and print the results of the
work. The Experiment Station was
established in 1887. It was required
by law to publish one annual report
and four bulletins a year. Up to the
present time we have published 32 an-
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MICHOACAN IN REVOLT
Another Mexican State Joins in the
" Revolt Against Carranza
(Associated Press)
Agua Prieta, Sonora. April 21.
The whole state of Michoacan has
joined the rebels, according to Mexi Mexican
can Mexican Carranza General Pesquiera. Gen.
Obregon commands the Michoacan
revolutionary troops, according to
American army intelligence reports.
CHICAGO IS THE
TROUBLE CENTER
(Associated Press)
Chicago, April 21. The striking
railroad men have refused to vote on
the question of returning to work. Ef Efforts
forts Efforts of a committee of strike leaders
to obtain action failed. :
JACKSONVILLE MAY BUY 0
A SHIPBUILDING PLANT
(Associated Press)
Jacksonville, April 21. The city
commission has voted to buy the
Bentley. ship building plant.
CANDIDATE OF THE
REPUBLICANS IN CUBA
( Associated Press)
Havana, April 21. The republican
party has nominated Senator Artola
as its candidate for president of Cuba.
AN EXCUSE TO
ENLARGE THE ARMY
(Associated Press)
Paris, April 21. Germany has ask asked
ed asked permission to maintain a larger
armed force than permitted by the
peace treaty. The request said it was
necessary to have a larger force to
preserve order.
CELESTIALS PLANNING
TO COALESCE
(Associated Press)
Shanghai, April 21. The dominant
elements in northern and southern
China will merge and organize a new
parliament, according to Wu Ting
Fangud.
AMBASSADOR JOHNSON
WILL BE IN ATTENDANCE
(Associated Press)
Washington, April 21 Ambassador
Johnson at Rome has been instructed
to attend the allied conference at San
Remo as American official observer.
He will not participate in the discus discussions
sions discussions or deliberation's.
CARRANZA WILL SOON
BE IN A CORNER
(Associated Press)
Washington, April 21. Further de defections
fections defections from the rank of the Car Car-ranzists
ranzists Car-ranzists are repotred in official and
unofficial advices from Mexico. Pri Private
vate Private advices said that General Gomez
with 3000 men had occupied Tuxpan
and was threatening" Tampico.
EMBARGO LIFTED ON EXPRESS
The embargo has been lifted by the
.American Railway Express except. at
Pittsburg and Columbtfs, O.
Don't fail to visit the Guarantee
Clothing & Shoe Company. .Every .Everything
thing .Everything we sell is guaranteed. We're
fighting for QUALITY not prices, tf
FOR SALE BUICK ROADSTER
Fine mechanical condition, first
class paint job, almost new tires.
A bargain.
PHILIP G. MURPHY,
Gary Block
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Tornado Take 160 Lives in Al Alabama,
abama, Alabama, Mississippi and
Tennessee

Birmingham, April 20, 5 p. m.
More than a score were killed and a
hundred injured by tornadoes in east eastern
ern eastern Mississippi today. Twelve are re reported
ported reported dead at Philadelphia, six near.
Nyv Albany, ten at Aberdeen, eight
at Glenn, four at Bay Springs.
In Alabama three are dead near
Gurley, two at Cove, four m Colbert
county and one in Franklin county.
SUFFERING IS GREAT IN THREE
STATES
Birmingham, April 21. One hun hundred
dred hundred and sixty-two dead, scores in injured
jured injured and property and crop damage
running into the millions is the esti estimated
mated estimated toll of the tornedo which yes yesterday
terday yesterday swept parts of Mississippi,
Alamaba and Tennessee. Sixteen
bodies have been brought into Hamil Hamilton,
ton, Hamilton, Ala. Red Cross relief parties
and special trains were rushed to the
stricken sections, carrying doctors,
nurses and food.
. SMALL TOWNS SUFFER
Appeals for-aid have been received
from many small towns. Plans have
been made to rush tents and food to
hundreds of people whose homes were
destroyed.
MADISON COUNTY HARD niT
Huntsville, Ala., April 21 Madison
county reports 23 dead' and several
others seriously injured may die. Pre Preparations
parations Preparations are being made to bury the
dead and rebuild the devastated area.
OHIO GOING UP
(Associated Press)
Cincinnati, April 21. Persons liv living
ing living along the river are preparing to
'move should the lowlands become in inundated
undated inundated by the rising waters of the
Ohio river.
INTEND TO WEAR
THE 'BREECHES ANYHOW
(Associated Press)
Washington, April 21. Six young
women congressional secretaries have
donned overall trousers.
HUNTING FOR THE BODY
OF ANNA MOFFARD
(Associated Press)
Toledo, O., April 21 The police are
working on a clue that is expected to
solve the mystery surrounding the dis disappearance
appearance disappearance of Anna Moffard two
years ago. After arresting a restau restaurant
rant restaurant keeper the detectives started ex excavating.
cavating. excavating. 1564-HONORING SHAKSPERE-1920
Class No. 12 of the Methodist Sun Sunday
day Sunday school will render the following
program, Thursday, at 4:30 p. m., at
the parsonage.
Invocation Rev. C. W. White.
Instrumental solo Nettie Matth Matthews.
ews. Matthews. Tribute to Shakspere.'
Reading, "When I get Well" Fay
Russell.
Piano solo. Summer Frolic Alice
Barrett.
Reading, "The Last Hymn" Mattie
Baell Cameron.
Piano selection, Sangfroire Mar
tha Rivers.
Shakspere's Flower Maids: Ophelia,
Perdita, Viola. Isabelle, Cressida, Cor Cordelia,
delia, Cordelia, Portia and Rosalind.
Piano selection. Summer Frolic
Marguerite Counts.
Shakspere romance Alice Barrett.
A Voice from the Class.
Piano and violin selection.
Piano solo Amy Cauthen Long.
Hymn, History.
Reading, "Abide With Me" (piano
accompaniment) Lena Ricketson."
Flower maids are Edna Roberts,
Bernice BeH, Hazel Ricketson," Kath Kath-erine
erine Kath-erine Burhman, Inez Teuton,- Ruth
Broderick, Helen Wether and Eva
Brooks.
No charges. Everyone cordially invited.

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VOL 26, NO. 94

SUSQUEHANNA'S PEOPLE SAFE
Found Efficient Help on the Bock Bock-bound
bound Bock-bound Shores of Dalmatia

(Associated Press)
Trieste, April 21. All passengers
of the American steamer Susquehan Susquehanna,
na, Susquehanna, which went ashore off the Dalma Dalmatian
tian Dalmatian coast are safe, according to mes
sages received here.
OF MUCH INTEREST
TO OUR MARKSMEN
Florida to Have Two. Rifle Teams
Representing the State in. Na National
tional National Matches this Year
St. Augustine, April 20 The office
of theHdjutant general of Florida has
been notified officially that the na national
tional national matches for the present year
will be held at Camp Perry, Ohio, be beginning
ginning beginning July 30th, and ending August
28th. The state has been authorized
to send two teams to compete in these ,.
matches. The civilian team will be
composed of members of rifle teams,
which teams in turn are members of
the National Rifle Association. Cspt.
J. T. Barton of Lake Worth, has been
designated as a captain of the' civilian
rifle team, and is busily engaged in
organizing an dtraining the 'civilian
rifle team. The National Guard team -will
be selected from the members of
the eight recognized companies of
the First Florida Infantry; .the mem members
bers members 4,ofhea.taffcorps and depart department,
ment, department, -and suon other members of tas : v
National Guard of Florida as may be
recognized before the day of the,
matches. To this end, circular letters
have been mailed from the offlce of
the adjutant general of Florida tb all
company commanders and civilian
rifle clubs, directing that practice be
begun at once to qualify members of
the teams, and all recognized units of
the National Guard have been issued
sufficient rifle ammunition to begin
target practice.
All civilians wishing to compete, for
places on -either of, these teams
should correspond directly with CapL -J.
T. Barton, Civilian Rifle Team of
Florida, Lake Worth, Fla., or tab
steps to enlist in the National Guard
of the state to compete for the Na National
tional National Guard team.
ADD DAMPHOOLISHNESS
TO DAMPHOOLISHNESS

. (Associated Press) :
Washington, April 21- Commis Commissioner
sioner Commissioner Claxton has called several re regional
gional regional conference in various parts of
the country to consider commercial
training in the schools.
WRESTLED WITH THE
SAVANNAH RIVER
C Associated Press?
Anderson, S. C, April 21. W. L.
Conwell was killed when the bateau
taking him and E. G. Pertain across
the Savannah river became unman unmanageable
ageable unmanageable and swept over the Grogg
shoals dam. Partain escaped injuries,
grabbing a friendly rock as the craft
was demolished.
TAKING THEIR TIME
(Associated Press)
Washington, April 21. Republican
leaders following a conference said the
House would consider soldier relief
legislation May, 3rd.
BARGAINS nIN USED CARS
One 1917 Ford Touring.
One 1918 Ford Touring.
One 1919 Ford Roadster.
. AUTO SALES CO,
Mack Taylor.
Phone 348. tf Ocala. Fla.
W. K. Lane, 1L D Physician and
Surgeon, specialist Eye, Ear, Nose ana
Throat. Office orer 5 and 10 cent ctcre,
Ocala, Fla. tf
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OCALA EVENING STAR, WEDNESDAY, APRIL 21, 1920

OCALA EVEIIIlie STAR

PaMUked Krerj Day Kxeept Sunday by
8TAR PUBLISHING COMPANY,
OF OCALA, FLA.

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P, V. Leaven good, Secretary-Treasurer
J. II. Uenjamin, Editor

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at a restaurant, and there was tea
enough in the glass to take a bath in,
and it had lemon and sugar, too. On
cute and charming young lady read
our hand for a quarter, and she said
we .were so mean, and prophesied such
bad luck for us that we guess she told
the truth. It was worth fifty cents
to hold hands with her anyhow, and
if she will quit teaching school and
go into palmistry, she won't need to
worry about the h. c. of 1. Our. great greatest
est greatest speculation, however, was buying
a baby's shirt. H. A. Davies and his

charming wife were running a general
store, and they were the least like
profiteers of anybody in the United
States. This baby shirt was offered
us at 15 cents, and although we have
no more use for a baby's shirt than
a mule has for an auto tire, we bought
it because it was worth at least a
quarter. Then we went into the ball
room and didn't pay anything at all
to watch, the hoys, and, girls dance
so from a financial and agreeable
standpoint it was a very successful
evening for us
COME TAKE A RIDE

FIVE BIG DAYS FOR CHILDREN
DURING THE CHAUTAUQUA

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' subsequent insertion. 0- change a

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' Legal advertisements at legal, rates.

Old Marion has taken her place in
the line.

fever mind about going to the
poorhouse. We will have a good road
to ride there on, anyhow.
Slsewhere is the announcement of
Jesse L. Billingsley for attorney gen general,
eral, general, "tfe is a Marion, county boy
with many friends and expects them
tb rally to his support in the primary.
"J Mr. A. S. Wells, ex-senator from
Leon county, and a candidate for a

place on the railroad commission, was
in town last night and this morning,
calling on the Star and his other

inenas. air. wens nas many irienas
' v in Marion county and will, very likely
'.'.roll up a good vote. He has another

! little i ord, and is haying about as
'"much trouble with it as with the one
' Ke' m.d in 1916.

At the dance at the Ocala House
; last night, we noticed that a number
of,, the boyst had, the bravery to 'take
. eft' their coats, and they looked just
as well and were much 'more com com-'fbrtable
'fbrtable com-'fbrtable than those wno remained tied
" iup in their jackets. The girls should
cr.courage the boys in leaving their
; "coats off at dances and other social
f events in the summer time. Wrapping
((up ,iri a coat in hot weather is only a
' tradition anyhow. :

A Story Teller and Play Leader will
Come the Day Before the
Chautauqua Opens

First .day she has stories of
"Far East," dressed in costume.
- Second day, folk tales.
Third day, "Indian Legends,"

campfire supper.
Fourth day, "Toy Shop Pageant."
Fifth day, "Hero Stories."

Each day they have games direct directed
ed directed by the Chautauqua leader. If the
children buy a ticket for one dollar
and ten cents, war tax, that admits
them to the big tent at any time, also
all the story hours, games, etc.
We are suggesting that the children
begin to, sa,ve their nickels and dimes
now. Three weeks from now the
Chautauqua opens and they will have
moeny to buy this ticket. Encourage
the. children to. go. Help them to
make and save their money.
Remember the xlate. May 6th-10th.

ter, Audrey and Mrs. M. J. Morrison
and little .-on, Aurel were visiting
Mrs. Miller of Martel Sunday eve evening.
ning. evening. Mr. Cobra was a caller on Mr. M. J.
Morrison Sunday.
Mrs. Cobra was a caller on Mrs. J.
W. Morrison Sunday evening.
Mrs. George Buhl's nephew of Mi Miami
ami Miami was vLsitinsr her for a few days
last week.

RECEIVER'S SALE

CALVARY

Several people in town have receiv

. ea letters containing copies oi a

rl Western Union telegram, telling of
the great Mr. Patillo Higgins who
. discovered so many oil fields, and
' postal', cards, V which if filled out and
' mailed will bring you inexhaustable in-

(ormauon aooui ine aan Anionjo ana
Gulf Oil Company. Throw all the
literature in the wastebasket except

I the Western Union dispatch, and take

that around to the W. U. office and
ask. them why in Sam Hill an oil com company
pany company can obtain these blanks in hun hundreds,
dreds, hundreds, while you can't get one for
love .or money.' Good oil stock is not
offered to you. You have to hustle to
buy it.

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, John Thomson, our British-Ameri--
can ex-service man, came into our
v sanctum yesterday, arrayed in elegant
and cool -looking -Overalls, and an announced
nounced announced his intention of leading an
overall club. John would make a good
I leader.-. When the war broke out, hp
had plenty excuse to stay at home
he was over draft age and with a
young .wife to support. And as he
was a skilled builder, he could have
made, about a million dollars off the
r government. But John was no Demp Demp-sey.
sey. Demp-sey. He was like the Swede who said

: of. the German atrocities, "This thing
. ay bane stop," and he went to the

nearest recruiting office, held up his

hand and said, "I will." His regiment

HTsaw some of the fiercest fighting in

France, and he was naturalized into

an American citizen on the battlefield.

v, But when he came home he found ihat

tsome of the people who hadn't went

had come near letting his little home
be taken away, from him. Yes, John

is qualified to say "Tenshun" to a

platoon in any good move.

(Contributed)

Johnson takes 'em up for the ride

Assisted bv one JMr. Lutes.

He does the spiral,' then the glide,

He also shoots the chutes.

He takes 'em over all the town.

And out anast the thickets.

While Lutzle boy stays on the ground

And sells the people tickets.

They have a nice two-seated bird,

its wings are long ana wiae,
And any time you' send him word
Hell take you for a ride.

The tickets are .ten dollars,

And that is very cheap;

No one ever hollers

Or says the price is steep.

He takes them up, most every day,

The bird is good and strong;

The engine is fixed in such a way 1

That nothing will go wrong.

The ladies can ride, as well as men,

The nilot is very clever.

He always brings them down again

'Cause he can't stay up forever.

These gentlemen have an enormous

trade.
In fact. theV're very busy:

Once in a while, some foolish old maid

Gets frightened and a little dizzy,

But most of the folks who have been

up ""
Proclaim its very nice. ?

They say the earth is like a big cup

And always want to go twice.

They cover your head, with a cap so

neat .IT

That makes you look like you're be-1

knighted,
And i then they, tie you in the. seat

So you can't "jump out, when excited. I
v l.f V. 1. 1 t

i uu ftjss your iioiiey uoy guou-uye
As wobbly kneeded, he stands

mere's an awiui roar, ana away

you fly ;

As you life is in (Johnson's hands).

But you need not fear, his head is

clear
And he knows his business well;

Going up, is the wrong way to steer

lo take a person to

When you get up high and look, about
And get scared and want to come

down,

Unbuckle the belt, and then jump out j
And you'll come right down to the

ground.
He's going away 'fore very long,
His time here now is short.

lou'a Detter get a ticket and come

along t
And show us you're a eood sDort.

I've seen little girls go up who were

xx o more man six or seven;
Listen, old kid, you want to beware!

You may never be nearer to Heaven.

So come out next Sunday, be a good

ieiiow.

Bring along your sister and brothel
Don't let your 'sweetheart think you

are "yellow

Or she may throw you down for. an

other.

It's only ten dollars to go up and see

xne wnoie oi me town irom tne sky
And the pilot, Ralph Johnson, ; wil

Drmg you Dack iree

"Cause he sure is a good-hearted

guy.

Calvary, April 20. We are sorry to
bear' that Mrs. George Buhl has been
sick, but glad to report she is better
and. able to be up again.
Mr. and Mrs. A. F. Smith and Al
Jr. of Jacksonville, were visiting Mrs.
Smith's parents and. brothers and sis sisters
ters sisters for a few days last week. We
hope they will come again soon.
" Mr. and Mrs. A. O. Smith of Ocala
were "visiting Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Mor Morrison
rison Morrison and Mr. and Mrs. M. J. Morrison
and their families Sunday.
i Misses Lottie, Dollie and x Jessie
Morrison were visiting their parents
and brother and family Sunday.
Mr-George Buhl and mother and
Misses Marion and Wilma and Lanis
motored to Martin Sunday to visit his
sister and family, Mrs. Knoblock.
'.'...Mrs. A. O. Smith and little daugh-

. Notice is herebv given that on Fri Friday,
day, Friday, Apri 30th, 1920, at the hour of
ttn o'clock a. m.. the undersigned re receiver
ceiver receiver of Geo. Giles & Co. will sell at
public auction at the gin building of
said Geo. Giles & Co., Ocala, Florida,
certain office equipment, furniture,
tools, implements, wagon platfrom
scale, platform scales, cotton, sacks,
seed, trucks, etc., etc., the property of
Geo. Giles & Co. Receiver reserves
right to reject any and all bids. All
sales subject to approval and confir confirmation
mation confirmation of court. Elmer DeCamp,
Receiver Geo. Giles & Co.
dly 21-24-2fi-28&vkylt

KLIM
Solves the milk
prob lem if you
ennnot get fresh
milk.
KLIM

Cam-Thomas Co.
Phone 163

HUNTER'S AUTO EXCHANGE

ADDS PROTECTION
AND STYLE
To your car if we make that
new auto top for you. The best
of materials and the most skill skillful
ful skillful workmanship result in pro producing
ducing producing a car top that is the
equal of any made anywhere, it
a higher price. Let us build for
you a one-man top, according
lo your own ideas exclusive
design of quality.

. TOPS New, covered, patched and coated with a patent wax paste i
that makes old tops absolutely .waterproof.
PAINTING Autos painted, striped and finished in Ihe best of
material.
UPHOLSTERING We are prepared to give you satisfactory ser service
vice service in upholstering backs, seats or cushions.
TIKES, TUBES, GAS and OILS
LET US REPAIR, PAINT AND UPHOLSTER YOUR CAR, SO
YOU CA N ENJOY IT YOURSELF OR SELL TO ADVANTAGE.
AUTOS BOUGHT, SOLD and REPAIRED
OCala OLDIETROPOL?TAN THEATER FlOFMa

This line o' type is placed here to remind you that advertising pays.

m

Corner of Ft. Ming and Osceola

Ocala, Florida

The old established legend that you
- X 1 A

were separated irom more ot your

money at a church affair than any

where else broke down at the JSpisco JSpisco-pal
pal JSpisco-pal lawn fete last night. The supper
' had all the restaurants faded, and the

vaudeville show undercut everything
"else that has ever come to town. We

arrived rather late and the flower

"-.i girls beset us. One sold us a big
bunch of blossoms for fifteen cents

and the other a delicate posy for

nickel, and each of them looked fifty
-cents worth pleased when she made

the sale. You couldn't get flowers

4 like that right now in Nome City

, Alaska, for fifty cents apiece. Then

: as nowers aiwavs wilt in our

?i-ppssession, we gave the two bouquets
y to two pretty girls, each of- whom
gave us a smile worth a dollar. At
pne.place we bought for a nickel a
. glass of tea, which would cost a dime

atrawoernes only 30 rents a quart

at w. A. Stroud's. 15-tf

Weak Sfomaeh

Keeps fou-Weafc

PEPSINOL Makes a Strong Stomach,

Good Digestion and Sound Health!

It is stomach trouble .that is wear

ing you down, causing those sharp gas

pains, those frequent headaches, that
tired, listless feeling, that loss of ap-

peute. i ou can overcome all of these

safely and surely by taking Pepsinol.

iuia sememe ,wiu invigorate jrour

stomach and stimulate the thorough

digestion that makes rich blood to re-

Z A

pair wasted Dody and nerve tissues.

Now is the time to get on the road to
rosy, robust health. Do not wait until

you are completely worn out and sick

in De oto combat stomach trouble. 5 2

Tires for ike Smaller Cars

Built With Goodyear Methods

'!S3gJ teg

mf,

Tt 11

mm

1

In using its immense resources and inventive
skill to build the highest relative value pos-1
sible into tires, this company has never made
its work more; effective than in Goodyear
Tires for the smaller cars.
These have the full advantages f Goodyear
competence and care, plus the modern facili facilities
ties facilities of the factory we are devoting to the
world's largest production of 30x3-, 30x3V2-,
and 31x4-inch sizes
The sum of this extraordinary effort is avail available
able available to you, as the owner of a Ford, Chevro Chevrolet,
let, Chevrolet, Dort, Maxwell, or other car using these
sizes, at the nearest Goodyear Service Station'
Dealer's place of business.
Go to this Service Station Dealer for these
tires, and for Goodyear Heavy Tourist Tubes.
He is ready to supply you.

c

30 x 3 Vz Goodyear Double-Cure $ 2 50
Fabric, All-Weather Tread
30x3V2 Goodyear Single-Cure -i 50
Fabric, Anti -Skid Tread w i

Goodyear Heavy Tourist TuL-. are thick, strong tubes that
reinforce casings properly. Why risk a good casing with a
cheap tubvf Gocdyear Heavy Tburist Tubes cost litde more
than tubes of less merit. 30x3V size in water- $f 50
proof bag ... U.

J. J. GERIG

Millar's Antlptl OO, Si

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Guaranteed to Relieve Pain.
Rheumatism, Neuralgia, etc.
ET IT AT

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OCALA EVENING STAR, WEDNESDAY, APRIL 21, 1920

Freslu Meatt
and

Groceries

II

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CAIA OCCURRENCES

If you have any society items,
phone five-one.
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Tydings have
returned home from a short business
trip to Jacksonville.
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Van Osteen
are now comfortably located in at attractive
tractive attractive apartments at the home of
Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Bryant.
Strawberries only 30 cents a quart
at W. A. Stroud's. 15-tf

Mr. C. C. Bryant will on the first
of the month sever his connection with
Mr. J. M. Meffert and accept a posi position
tion position with Mr. Mack Taylor in his au automobile
tomobile automobile business.

Mr. Julian Bullock, after a brief
visit in the city with his parents,
Judge and Mrs. W. S. Bullock left
Monday afternoon for Lexington, Ky.,
on a business mission.

The "Ease-All" arch protecting

(shoes and the Dr. Edison Cushion

Shoes are to be had at only one store
in Ocala. For ladies only. Little's

Shoe Parlor. 15-tf

Mr. Robert Venable of Charleston,

S. C, returned to his home yester

day afternoon after a pleasant visit

in the city the guest of Mrs. Frederick

Hocker, Mrs. T. P. Drake and Mrs.

Sidney Haile.

PA VIES, "Tlae Tire

Phone 438 V U L C A NTZING

Ma

99

Ww U3iliJil f TTL

flivo trnnr foot- o pVionoa i r Tiolr xrrtli

alonig in the world. If they trouble

you in any way nave them examined
free. M. M. Little, graduate practi-

'Phone 76 pedist' !'tf

Miss Frances Tarver after a short

but pleasant visit in Jacksonville, is
now visiting Miss Zelma Cason at Isl Island
and Island Grove. On Friday Miss ,Tarver
will return home accompanied by

Mrs. Herbert Lattner of Jacksonville,

who will be her guest for a few days.

Picnic supplies must be fresh
and seasonable to be appreciated
on your oiilhifj.
We make a specially of picnic eat eatables
ables eatables all the good substantial stand stand-bys
bys stand-bys and the greatest abundance of
dainties that you'll find, in town.
Bring us your order we'll fill it
most temptingly.

ers returned to the city, voting the
occasion one of the most pleasurable
events of the season.

LAWN FETE A GREAT SUCCESS

All the late stvles in ladies' hats

and dresses at the Elite Shop, Ocala
House block, opposite courthouse. 6t

Last evening Mr. and Mrs. W. T.

Dupree of Citra were host and hostess
to an exceedingly pleasant chicken

pillau given at their home. Dancing,

games and other attractions were en

joyed until a late hour. There were a
number from Ocala among the fortu fortunate
nate fortunate guests at this enjoyable affair.

Sixty-three cents buys the bea-

Cold Cream and one of the best r'ac

Powders on the market. Special sale

price at Gerig's Drug Store. 6-tf

The little play entitled "Shakspere's

Flower Maidens," to be given at the

Methdist parsonage Thursday after

noon by the children of class No. 12 of

the Sunday school, promises to be a

very enjoyable affair. Miss Lancaster
has charge of the musical numbers to

be given in this program. No charges

and all interested are cordially invited

to attend.

From start to finish the lawn fete
given by the members of the Episco Episcopal
pal Episcopal church last evening in the Ocala
House grounds was a success, both
financially and from an entertainment
standpoint.
About six o'clock the crowd began
to gather. The grab bag for the chil children
dren children was the first attraction visited by
the little tots and much fun and mer merriment
riment merriment resulted.
The cafeteria supper was served
from long tables on the veranda, each
person taking a plate and selecting
the articles on the menu desired, after
which seats were found at tables
placed on the lawn, and many congen congenial
ial congenial parties gathered to enjoy the
dainty and appetizing food prepared
by the good church ladies.

The fortune tellers, the country
store, the trained pig, the ice cream
booth, the cool drink stand, etc., were
well patronized and all expressed
themselves as enjoying each attrac attraction
tion attraction to the fullest.
After most of those on the grounds
had been to supper and visited the
various attractions, Mf. J. J. Gerig
mounted a large table piled with
packages of every sign and form, and
stated that he was going to conduct
an ole hoss sale; terms, half cash and
balance in advance. Each of the pack packages
ages packages contained some article of value,
its identity unknown, and upon being
auctioned off brought all the way
from 10 cents to several dollars. Much
fun was derived from the auction
sale and considerable finances. Mr.
Geng is a born auctioneer, as he is a
born always anything else, when the
occasion arises.
The vaudeville show, staged in the
dining room of the hotel, under the
direction of Mrs. Sarah Jane Manly,
was one of the best performances of
its kind ever seen in Ocala. Mrs. Tom
Barnes, dressed as a boy, was the

favorite on the program. Her clogging
and singing specialties were most

amusing. Mrs. Jean Conoley's solo,
illustrated by two of Ocala's most

charming dancers. Misses Callie Gis-

sendaner and Louis Spencer, was a

delightful treat. Miss Pearl Fausett

gave a solo, Mr. Lester Lucas sang
in his usual splendid style and the
quartet numbers of Mrs. Conoley,

Mrs. McCarl and Messrs. Robert
Blake and Frank Gates, rounded out

a well-balanced program. The duet

by Mrs. Hampton and Mrs. McCarl

was heavily encored.

ITINERARY OF THE CANDIDATES

April 24 (Connor's dock) Oklawaha,
all day.
April 30. Fort McCoy, 2:30 p. m.
May Gth, Romeo (Pine Island picnic
grounds), all day.

AFTER GRIP
WINTER COLDS-
BAD BLOOD
You are pale, thin, weak with

little vitality. Your liver is slug sluggish
gish sluggish and the bad blood causes your
stomach muscles to lose their elas elasticity
ticity elasticity and become flabby and weak
then indigestion.
Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Dis Discovery,
covery, Discovery, made from wild roots and
barks, and free from alcohol or
narcotics, is the great and powerful
blood purifier of to-day. Ingredi Ingredients
ents Ingredients printed on wrapper. This
tonic, in liquid or tablet form, is
just what you need to give you
vim, vigor and vitality.
Take the 'Discovery' as directed
and it will search out impure and
poisonous matter throughout the
system and eliminate it through
the natural channels.
You can procure a trial package
of the tablets by sending 10c. to
the Invalids' Hotel, Buffalo, N. Y.
Macon, Ga. "I might say I raised
my family on Doctor Pierce's Golden
Medical Discovery. It is the best
medicine I have known for coughs. I
always gave it to my children and it
was excellent, not only helped the
congh but also gave them strength.
Last fall the influenza left me with'a
bad cough and otherwise run-down.
I took a couple of bottles of 'Golden
Medical Discovery' and it rid me of
the congh and built me up in health.
Golden Medical Discovery is the
best medicine I have ever used in my
family to purify the blood and drive
out impurities from the system. "-Mrs.
L S. Mercer, No. 2140 Second St.

LIFE

FIRE

BARGAINS IN
USED AUTOMOBILES

Ford Roadster.
Buick Roadster.
Cadillac Touring.
PHILLIP G. MURPHY,
Gary. Block.

A. E. GERIG
INSURANCE
Ocala, Florida
ACCIDENT AUTOMOBILE

FOE SALE
40 Acres of land with within
in within three miles of court-house,
northeast of town
F. W. DITTO

See Me ;
For All Classes OI ;
Stonc Uriclx, Wood, ;
and Concrete ;
Building V ;
J, 9). IcCasMil I
Contractor S
Phone 446. (728 Weaona St.

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Buy Your
WESTERN MEAST
t
pf all kinds
FLORIDA BFEF, PORK,
POULTRY, ETC.,
s from
New York Market
W. Broadway
Phone 110

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Strawberries only 30 cents a quart

at W. A. Stroud's. 15-tf

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Negotiable Storage Receipts Issued on Cotton, Automobiles, Etc.

LONG DISTANCE MOVING

MOVE, PACK, SHIP
LIVE STOCK,
PIANOS, BAGGAGE,
MACHINERY,
FURNITURE, ETC.

Plnoine 296

Which are4 the live business houses ol a town. Printer's Ink users. See?

Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Motes of Jack

sonville were visitors in the city yes

terday and today, leaving for Gaines Gainesville
ville Gainesville this afternoon for a short stay
before returning home. Mr. Motes
has many friends in Ocala who were
glad to welcome him back again. Last
year he spent some time in Ocala, be being
ing being connected with the state automo automobile
bile automobile association, but he is now in bus business
iness business with the GoflSn foundry of Jack Jacksonville.
sonville. Jacksonville. Mr. Motes came to Ocala
this time especially to give Mrs. Motes

the opportunity of seeing .Silver

Springs. Mrs. Motes, who has trav traveled
eled traveled extensively, says Silver Springs
is one of the most marvelous attrac attractions
tions attractions she has ever seen.

MRS. MIMS HONORED

Mrs. Buena Wilson Mims who is
visiting her sister, Mrs. E. L. Carney,

has been the recipient of many pleas

ant affairs given by friends while on
this visit, but there has been no more
enjoyable and delightful occasion than
the swimming party at Silver Springs

yesterday afternoon; given by Mrs. L.
W. Duval and Mrs. William Hocker,

in honor of Mrs. Mims.

Shortly after five o?clock four or
five automobiles conveyed the invited

guests, about fifteen people, to the

springs, where a splash party was

first participated in with much pleas

ure, then the two hostesses served a
supper picnic fashion, which was

bountiful and delicious.
About 8 o'clock the happy picnick-

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OCALA EVENING STAR, WEDNESDAY, APRIL 21, 1920

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1P$ 1
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CHANGE HERE 1
For a new Goodrich tire.

If your casings are get-

ting doubtful, bring them

I by and let us rejuvenate

l them. Re-tread work on
l old casings is our spec

ialty.
I! BLALOCK BROS.

VULCANIZING

Phnnp 78

Corner of Oklawaha and Main

B3

UNCLASSIFIED
ADVERTISEMENTS
WANTED,- LOST, FOUND, FOR
SALE, FOR RENT AND SIM SIMILAR
ILAR SIMILAR LOCAL NEEDS

RATES Six line maximum, one
time, 25c. ; three times, 50c.; six times
75c.; one month $3. Payable in advance.

tin

TMe Good vision is essential

x i i; -j i t

ft. OI ine maiviuuai. ir ytrar

iv vision as erood as it

.w should be?
DR. K. J. WEIHE,
Optometrist and Optician.
Eyesight Specialist

A BARGAIN
18 ROOM HOUSE
FOR SALE
To Close Out Estate
Located on quarter-acre
lot one block from Post Post-office,
office, Post-office, cheap at $3000. Price
will be reduced $10 per day
until sold.
PRICE TODAY $2410
If interested see me at once
FRANK DITTO
Real Estate Ocala, Fla.

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and

WE SELL
Fertilizers, Moss, Cotton

"Cotton Seed Meal, Hay, Pea Peanuts,
nuts, Peanuts, Goobers, Chufas,
Field Peas, Velvet
Beans, Etc
ALL FRESH GOODS
WE BUY
Chickens and Eggs, Potatoes,
Onions, Corn and in fact any anything
thing anything the farmer may have for
sale.

J WE PAY CASH for every-
thing we buy and demand cash
J for everything we sell. Come
on and let's do business.
: OCALA EXCHANGE
: AND HIDE COMPANY
S PHONE 400 OCALA, FLA.

RAILROAD SCHEDULES
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

LOST Blue coat with two pair of
glasses, fountain pen and a bottle of
medicine. Address, C. M. Bailey, 207
East Oak St., Lakeland. Fla. 21-3t

LOST On Silver Springs road, black
bag containing blue wool Jersey bath bathing
ing bathing suit, cap and sox. Return to Mar Margaret
garet Margaret McNeil at Star office. Re Reward.
ward. Reward. 21-6t

FOR SALE Horse and buggy. Call
cn C. H. Stuart, 115 Magnolia street,
printing office. 21-6t

BOY WANTED The Star wants a

steady, 'industrious boy to learn the
printing business. Good wages to

start with.

LATEST LOCALS

Temperature this morning, 71; this

afternoon, 89.

Girl wanted at Kindt's music store.

Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Taylor, Mr. and
Mrs. J. H. Scott and Mrs. Cardy will
leave the latter part of the week for a

week-end visit at the lake, at Mr. and

Mrs. Taylor's summer home.
Don't fail to visit the Guarantee
Clothing & Shoe Company. Every Everything
thing Everything we sell is guaranteed. We're
fighting for QUALITY not prices, tf
Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Ditto. Mrs.
Hitter and Mr. Jim Frazier left yes yesterday
terday yesterday for their home at Versailles,
Ky. Their friends regret their leav leaving
ing leaving and hope they will return early
in the fall.

INFORMATION ABOUT
THE UNIVERSITY

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(Continued from First Page)

Six hundred ladies can get the

BIGGEST BARGAIN at Gerig's Spec-

iai sale, uome in ana see lor your
self. Gerig's Drug Store. 6-tf

FOR SALE CADILLAC

Rebuilt, painted, new top, seat
covers, five mighty good tires.
Will give written guarantee.

PHILLIP G. MURPHY,
Gary Block.

3t

FOR RENT Desirable offices or
storage space on second floor df the
Merchant's block. R. R. Carroll,
agent. 21-6t
WANTED One National cash reg register
ister register with five or six separate draw drawers.
ers. drawers. Mayo-Lyles Store, Summerfield,
Fla. 20-5t

FOR SALE Boilers, engine, five
locomotives, one hundred tons scrap
iron, etc. Send representative to
Ehren, Fla. Lan'deck Lumber Com Company.
pany. Company. 20-6t

FOR SALE-rTen hens, eight fryer
and one rooster. All hens are now
laying and in healthy condition. Phone
128 or call at 704 Third St. 20-6t

FOR RENT Comfortable housekeep housekeeping
ing housekeeping rooms, close in, good location. Ad

dress "L" care of Star. 16-6t

LOST One pair of glasses in alum aluminum
inum aluminum case. Reward to finder. Phone
249 or 231. 19-3t

FOR RENT Two.connecting rooms
unfurnished. Water, electric lights and

phone furnished. Close in and very

reasonable. Phone 145. 15-6t

rOR SALE One mare 6 years old.

colt eight months' old. Apply to New

York Meat Market, 18 W. Broadway,
Ocala. 4-8-15t

HADSOCK'S WOOD YARD Phone
your orders to Smoak's shop. Phone

146. 2-m

FOR SALE 16 healthy shoats and
gilts. Price, $120. V T. Needham,
Ocala. 12-6t

FURNITURE, ETC. I Iroy and ieH
second hand furniture. Experts put it
in good condition before re-selling.
Repair sewing machines, lawn mow mowers,
ers, mowers, enamel ware, etc. J. W. Hunter,

310, 312, 314 South Main St. 23-tf

WANTED Rags. Must be well
laundered; 5 cents a pound. Star
office. 7-tf

AUTOj SERVICE Automobiles re repaired,
paired, repaired, re-painted and re-covered.
Also a complete line of gas, oils and
grease. Firestore tires. Meadows Re Re-pah
pah Re-pah Shop, 735 N. Magnolia St. 7-lm

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:25 am Dun'ellon-L'kelnd 11:03 pm
3:25 pm Homosassa 1:30 pm
10:13 pm Leesburg 6:42 am
4:45 pm Gainesville U:50am
-Monday, Wednesday, Friday.
"Tuesday, Thursday. Saturday.

From People You Know From Ocala
Citizens
The creatpst sltnti sti linrdlv -fail

to be convinced by evidence like this.
T

iz is impossiDie to produce Detter
Droob of merit than the testimonv of

residents of Ocala, of people who can
be seen at any time. Ask your neigh neighbor.
bor. neighbor. Read the following rase of it:

V. Mrasek, tinner, 210 Osceola St.,
Ocala, says: "When living in Mem Memphis,
phis, Memphis, Tenn., a number of years ago, I
was suffering with a bad backache and
weak kidneys. My kidneys acted too
frequently and the secretions appear appeared
ed appeared abnormal. My back grew more
painful every day and got so I could
hardlv do anv lifting or stnoninw Y

felt weak and depressed until someone
advised me to try Doan's Kidney Pills.
I got a box of this medicine and it
helped me in a few days and soon
cured me of this trouble."
Price 60c. at all dealers. Don't sim simply
ply simply ask for a kidney remedy get
Doan's Kidney Pills the same that
Mr. Mrasek had. Foster-Milburn Co.,
Mfrs., Buffalo, N. Y. Adv.-57

L. ALEXANDER
PRACTICAL CARPENTER
AND BUILDER
Careful Estimates xnafle on all Con
tract work. Gives More and Better
Work for the Money thanany other
contractor in the city. -

nual reports and 155 bulletins, as well
as 320 press bulletins. We are, there therefore,
fore, therefore, 24 bulletins and 320 press bulle bulle-tine
tine bulle-tine ahead of the requirements.
Last Year's Work
One annual report, 10S pages, 4000
copies; total pages, 432,000.

Five bulletins, 200 pages, 83,000
copies; total pages, 20,750,000.
Forty press bulletins, 80 pages, 52, 52,-000
000 52,-000 copies; total pages, 72,000.
Total number of pages printed,
21,574,000.
Total pages distributed (80) 17. 17.-200,000.
200,000. 17.-200,000. Departments
There are six leading departments
in the Experiment Station:
Animal industry department.
Soils and fertlizer department.

Plant physiology department.
Plant disease department.
Entomology department.
Forage crop department.
Extension Division
The beginning of the Extension Di Division
vision Division had its foundation in the farm-

institutes which have been con-

PYLES & PERKINS CO.
(Successors to R C Jordan & Co.)
Funeral Directors and Embalmers
Calls Answered Promptly, Day or Night
Motor Equipment
117 East Oklawaha Avenue
PHONE 555 RESIDENCE PHONE 225

(POLITICAL ADVERTISEMENT)

J. L. BILLINGS LEY

CANDIDATE FOR

ers

Mrs. A. L. Izlar of Clermont is the

guest of Mrs. W. W. Clyatt until to to-morro
morro to-morro wafterndbn. This is Mrs. Iz Iz-lar's
lar's Iz-lar's first visit to Ocala since she left

to make her home at Clermont, and j ducted for more than twenty eyars. In
her many friends are giving her a i 1914 the Smith-Lever bill passed Con Con-cordial
cordial Con-cordial reception. j gress, establishing an organic co-
(operative arrangement between the
Special sale beginning Monday. A j agricultural college and the depart-sixty-cent
jar Coco Butter' Cold ; ent f agriculture.
Cream and a fifty-cent box Charmona i The object of this division is to give
Face Powder, both for 63 cents at instruction and practical demonstra demonstra-Gerig's
Gerig's demonstra-Gerig's Drug Store. 6-tf I ton n agriculture and home econom-
; ics to people not resident at the col col-Norland's
Norland's col-Norland's orchestra has been engag- lee. From this portion of the law you
ed to furnish music at the dedication wil1 see that the Extension Division
exercises Friday afternoon, and there has to deal directly with the subjects
will be a subscription dance at the of agriculture and home economics to
club Friday evening under the au-: people located in the various counties
spices of the members of the health of the state. The moneys arising from

and hospitality committees. tne bmitn-iever lund were given di

rectly to tne land grant college in

Attorney General

OF FLORIDA

LAWYER, JUDGE, SOLDIER
EXPERIENCED IN ALL BRANCHES OF STATE GOVERNMENT

Raised on a farm in Marion county,
Florida; went to country schools when
a lad and worked in saw mills, lime
kilns and as a carpenter.
Later worked in law offices as a
stenographer and attended night

schools in Florida.
j 1903-5 Secretary to Governor of
i Florida.
j
j 1906-7 Assistant to Attorney Gen-
cral of Florida.
j
j 1901-3-5 Secretary Judiciary Com Com-j
j Com-j mittee in House of Representatives;
'Senate 1907.
! Worked as a stenographer and court

reporter 'in Washington city while
attending night school at George
Washington University.
Attended University of Michigan,
Law Department.
1909 Admitted to the bar.
1910 Began practice of law in

Miami, Florida.
1911-12 City Attorney Miami and
Fort Lauderdale, Florida.
1913-1917-Judge Criminal Court,
Dade County, Florida.
1918 Volunteered as a private in
the Infantry.
1919 Promoted from Private to
Captain in Infantryr

Mrs. Laurence Scott and two inter-

order that this work may be carried

esting children will arrive in the cityj0- The agricultural college is co

Monfiay afternoon for a several

weeks' visit at the home of Mrs.
Scott's father and mother-in-law, Mr.
and Mrs. G. S. Scott. Dr. Scott will
join his family later for a visit with
his parents.
-The smartest ladies' hats and
dresses may always be found here and
at moderate prices. The Elite Shop,
Ocala House block, opposite the
courthouse. 17-6t
Miss Mitchell of Belfast, Maine,
who has spent the winter in Ocala at
the Davis House, left last night for
Bridgeport, Conn., where she will
visit before going to her home. Miss
Mitchell made a number of friends in
the city who will be glad to have her
return next fall to spend another win winter
ter winter in Ocala.

Don't fail to visit the Guarantee
Clothing & Shoe Company. Every Everything
thing Everything we sell is guaranteed. We're
fighting for QUALITY not prices, tf
The Parent-Teacher Association
will hold its monthly program meet meeting
ing meeting tomorrow afternoon at the high
school at 4 "o'clock. Discussions of in interest
terest interest to parents of high school pupils
Will be indulged in and plans made for
the association's picnic. Light refresh refreshments
ments refreshments will be served.

BIG BOOST FOR BUFFALO

Day's Park School No. 36
Buffalo, N. Y., April 16.
Editor Star: -This week has been
set aside for Buffalo week. The
schools have made posters and are
boosting Buffalo. We want to show
other cities Buffalo's advantages.
Buffalo has a good location. It is
on the barge canal and Lake Erie and
is the eastern terminal of the Great
Lakes. Buffalo has good climate, sel seldom
dom seldom below zero in winter and cool in
summer. Fine streets, beautiful
parks and public playgrounds help to
make life pleasant for the work workman's
man's workman's family. No city in the country
offers a better school system for edu education
cation education of the children. Seventy-five
thousand citizens are employed by
manufacturing plants of our city.
Buffalo has two hundred kinds of in industries
dustries industries and is one of the largest
railroad cetners. Buffalo is the near nearest
est nearest city to the populous and prosper prosperous
ous prosperous part of Canada.
By writing to you I hope I have im impressed
pressed impressed you with the many advan advantages
tages advantages of Buffalo. For we would sin sincerely
cerely sincerely like to let other people know
what kind of a city we have.
Truly yours,
Charlotte Henderson.

SEEDS
Ninety day and old fashion velvet
beans, chufas, Pyles and Gist seed
corn. Ocala Seed Store, phone 435. tf

BARGAIN IN BUICK 4 ROADSTER

operating with the Woman's College

at Tallahassee in carrying out the
home demonstration work. It is co cooperating
operating cooperating with the negro college at
Tallahassee to carry out demonstra demonstration
tion demonstration work among the negro farmers
and negro homes in the state.
Technically speaking the different
departments in our extension work are
designated as projects. These differ different
ent different departments or projects are as
follows:
(a) County agents, located in the
majority of counties in the state and
usually have their headquarters at the
county seat.
(b) Home demonstration agents, lo located
cated located in the majority of counties of
the state with headquarters usually at
the county seat. This work is carried
on co-operatively with the Florida
State College for Women.
(c) Boys' agricultural clubs, organ organized
ized organized in practically all of the counties
of the state.
(d) Work with the negro youth,
carried on co-operatively with the Ne Negro
gro Negro Agricultural and Mechanical Col College.
lege. College. (e) Livestock, giving special atten attention
tion attention to the development of the beef
cattle raising on the farms in Florida.
(f) Hog cholera educational work,
carried on directly wit hthe hog rais raisers
ers raisers of the state.
(g) Poultry work, carried on di directly
rectly directly with the poultry men of the
state.
All of these different lines of work
have their special state leader, work working
ing working directly and under the instruction
of the state lealer for extension work.
Conclusion
We have before us the most splendid
opportunity of developing a much finer
and better and more harmonious civ civilization
ilization civilization than we have ever had be before.
fore. before. Many people are speaking of
the present situation as a reconstruc reconstruction.
tion. reconstruction. I do not like to call it recon reconstruction
struction reconstruction because nothing has been
demolished. We are, however, going
through a readjustment, sloughing off
many of the old and useless things and
taking on a new form and new prob problems.
lems. problems. Agriculture in the state of
Florida is going through so rapid a

development that we can almost call
it a revolution. Those of us who have
the opportunity need to support these
problems in an altruistic way. If we
study it is a narrow, selfish way we
will be lost in the readjustment.. The
world has come to recognize more and
more that "service not self" is the
keynote to success. We are all work working
ing working as hard as we know how to make
the one great industry of Florida, ag agriculture,
riculture, agriculture, the fullest success possible.
There is no one in a position where he
cannot enjoy himself to the fullest ex extent
tent extent if he only catches the motto, "Ser "Service
vice "Service not Self." P. H. Rolfs.

n y n

soon

Because? it's sure because it's
pure, The choice oT house housewives
wives housewives 'who insist on the best.

r.

Contains only such ingredients
as have been officially approved
by the Unitod States Food
Authorities.

Calumet Bhi? !?ovwder is the
biggosi scllii-i,' h'szvtil In lite
world. It is absolutely whole wholesomealways
somealways wholesomealways uniform.

Call for Calumet Baking Powder.

THE WIMPSOM MOTEL
JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA
In the heart of the city with Hemming Park for a front yard.
Every modern convenience in each room. Dining room service is
second to none

ROBERT M. MEYER,
Manager.

J. E. KAVANAUGO
Proprietor.

P. O. BOX 606

STAR JOB

DEPARTMENT

PHONE 51

LETTERHEADS, BILLHEADS, CARDS,
CIRCULARS, FOLDERS, FINE BOOKLETS, ETC.

WE NEVER DISAPOINT A CUSTOMER ON A
PROMISE. YOU GET THE JOB WHEN ITS DUE.

The Star is an advertising medium thru which you can reach Ocala people.

Buick "4" roadster in good shape.
Good tires. AUTO SALES CO..
Mack Taylor.
Phone 348, Ocala. Fla. 12-tf
TAYLOR THE HAT MAN
At Florida House. Your old hat made
like new. Save money. Call me on
telephone. 20-6t
SEEDS!

Ninety day and old fashion velvet
beans, chufas. cow peas and sorghum
seed. Ocala Seed Store, phone 435. tf
Strawberries only 30 cents a quart
ai WA. Stroud's 15-tf

1

Ocala Amitto amudl (Garage Commpainiy
(Successors to Gates Garage)
Agents for Chandler and Oldsmobile Cars
Supplies of All Kinds
Kelly-Springfield, Miller and Goodyear Tires.
Let us prove to you that the Chandler Automobile is worth several hund hundred
red hundred dollars more than any car, selling at the price.
$2,125.00 Pellwrcdl.m (Dcala



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