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Title:
The Ocala evening star
Uniform Title:
Ocala Evening Star
Alternate Title:
Evening star
Star
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v. : ; 61 cm.
Language:
English
Publisher:
Porter & Harding
Place of Publication:
Ocala, Fla.
Ocala Fla
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Newspapers -- Marion County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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United States -- Florida -- Marion -- Ocala
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29.187778 x -82.130556 ( Place of Publication )

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Began in 1895; ceased in 1943.
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Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 5 (June 24, 1895).
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Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: Project #00110855

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EVENING

GALA

AM

TEMPERATURES
This morning, 66.
This afternoon, 86.
WEAtnra fouecast
Generally fair tonight and Thursday.
OCALA, FLORIDA WEDNESDAY, MARCH 23, 1D21
VOL. 2
NO. 69

AUTHORITIES -MAY
HAVE 111,

ST. AHARGHISTS
Fire Men Arrested on Board a Steam
ship, and Brought to America
from Brazil
(Associated Press ;
New Orleans; Match 23. Five men
landed" in irons ye terday from the
' 1 1 t A.
American steamer wnicn Drougnt
them from Rio Janeiro at the rajuest
of the American Counsul there, and
still held behind screen of secrecy,
They are detained on the technical
charge of munity on the high' seas,
but it is suspected they have know
ledge of the, Wall street bomb explo explosion
sion explosion last September. -No visitors are
allowed, and the pri-oners are closely
guarded by Federal and state officers,
BOLSHEVIK AND BOCHE
Now Orleans, Match 23. Five self.
styled Russian and German seamen,
shackled hand and feet, were brought
I L I I j.' T T 1 cA.i
shipping board steamer Rushville,
from Rio de Janiero, for shipment to
New York in connection, according to
authorities with the Wall street bomb
plot.
" The five captured men were arrest arrested
ed arrested late-in February on the shipping
board vessel City of Altonwhere they
were working as members of the
crew. According to Cap't. J. H. J.
Van Weeldern, of the Rushville, a
terrific fight ensued'' on the City of
Alton when word" was received by
wireless from the' United States au authorities
thorities authorities as to the identity, of the men
accompanied by instructions for their
arrest. -! They were overpowered,
shackled and a strong guard placed
over them.
-Department of justice officials here!
dpclin to Hi,, thair n m- f-
say when the captives would be taken I
to New York. It was said, however,'
thev WPrP vnnteA in nnnntinn witfc I
the investigation into the Wall street!
explosion of September 1(.
CARDINAL GIBBONS IN
' CRITICAL CONDITION
(Associated Press)
Baltimore, March 23. Cardinal
uiDDons passed a restless night and.
was weaker this morning, his secre-
tary saio. adding, however, that his;
physician said the Cardinal was in no
immediate danger unless something
unforeseen set in.
Gibbons' condition is reported crit-
icai. tie is conscious only part of
the time. The members of the house.
lioid have abandoned hope for his;
recovery.
TOO MUCH TROUBLE
1
Roger W. Bab son, the statistician
and advisor to 16,000 of America's
ablest executives, issues the follow following
ing following statement: 1
People little realize what the in:
come and other Federal taxes are
doing to kill prosperity and enter enterprise.
prise. enterprise.
The bank ) clearings, building per permits,
mits, permits, and other figures now coming
rmf -fvt tYa fixrrk woaVq T-mfmAirr I
f.w iKiv, u ,
March 15th (when the Federal Tax
statements were due) indicate that
the time which 5,000,000 people have
given simply to preparing these re reports
ports reports resulted in a loss of about
$1,000,000,000 m sales, $550,000,000
in manufacturing, and $500,000,000
in Other lines. If we add to these
figures the time of bookkeepers, ac-1
ceuntants, government tax officials,
collectors, and inspectors whose work
is wholly. unproductive and who
from the economist's point of view
are simply parasites on the country,
We have far greater losses.
But some say: "Think of the
$4,000,000,000 which the government
will he able,to spend this year." This
is where we are all being fooled. If
the making out of these returns and

the collecting of the money did not 'Arrive from St. Petersburg 2:26 a.m.
cost one cent, the country would not! Jacksonville.... 2:27a.m.
k .rw hAttpr nff The whole nrocess'Amve f rom St. Petersburg 1:25p.m.

is simply the "robbing of Peter to pay
Paul," and the robing" costs the
American people about $2,000,000,000
a year in actual cash. 'Add to this
the physoligical effect upon men of
enterprise (I refer to the retarding,
the dampening effect of this whole
tax business on the ambitions and
efforts of the men who play and pro-
really make prosperity) and the losses
above indicated must be multiplied
many fold.
I believe in an income tax and
know that Commissioner of Internal
Revenue Williams and his entire staff
. have handled a most difficult problem
in a most efficient and imperial mari mariner.
ner. mariner. The American people, however,
should not fool themselves as to what
a drag our present tax system is on
prosperity.

sin ii-iui

111! 0!) THE STREETS
New York Plutocrat Soaked for Five
r Hundred Dollara atCocoa-
V nut Grover
(Associated Press)
Cocoanut Grove, March 23. Harry
St. Frances Black was fined five hun hundred
dred hundred dollars in the Mayor's court here
today, on the charge of violation of
the prohibition laws. Sixty cases of
liquor were found when his private
car was raided here last week. The
date for the trial in the county court
on the same charge is not yet set.
NO USE TO BELONG TO
THE LEAGUE OF NATIONS
Little State of Nicaragua Find the
Expense Too Heavy
A Load. ;
(Associated Press)
Salvador, March 23. Nicaragua
has begun negotiations for permis permission'
sion' permission' to resign its membership in the
League of Nations, says a Managua
dispatch. The step is taken it is
declared, because the expense attach attached
ed attached to membership is considered ex excessive.
cessive. excessive. BAVARIANS WILL KEEP
THEIR GUNS HANDY
' (Associated Press)
Paris, March 23. Decision not to
dissolve the militia organizations and
citizen guard in Bavaria has been
reached "by the Bavarian government,
says a Berlin dispatch.
ST. PETE WORKINGMEN WILL
. HAVE FUN THIS SUMMER
(Associated Press j
St. Petersburg, March 23. The
It 1 A Ml 1 MJ
IOCSI Carpenwrs Will DU.1U grnu
8tand the. Bal1 Park take pay
V
Dln tbjS telPS establish the clut
i nere. ine campaign 10 raise niieen
thousand dollars to finance the team
ihas practically beetTsuccessful.
Administrations may come and go
but taxes go on for ever.
Nunnally's and Liggett's Candies
educed to ONE DOLLAR the pound.
jt Gerig's Drug Store,
;
tf
Barber in an age of hair-tonic
beverage: "Liver trimmed, sir?"
Nux and Iron Tablets will tone up
the sytsem and give you strength.
fettles of 100 at one dollar each at
Gerig's Drug Store. tf
Still Germany's marks gain about
as much respect as her remarks.
FOR EASTER
A large line of LaTausca, Delta and
Richelieu Pearls at attractive prices.
Weihe Company, The Ocala Jewel Jewel-ers.
ers. Jewel-ers. .' ,'. 19-3t v
ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE
OF TRAINS' IN OCALA
Seaboard Air Line
Arrive from Jacksonville.'. 2:10 a.m.
j for Tampa.... 2:15a.m.
i Arrive from Jacksonville. 1:30 cm.
Leave- for. Tampa.
1:55 p.m.
Arrive from Jacksonville,. 3:51 p. m.
.rfjurevfor Tampa.. 4:05p.m.
Arrive from Tampa 2:14 a.m.
Lwree ;for Jacksonville. ,. 2:15a.m.
Aj rive from Tamna..... 1:35 n.m.
Leave for Jacksonville. .. 1:55 p.m.
Arrive from Tampa........ 4:16 p.m.
Leave for Jacksonville.... 4:17vp.m
Arrive from New York.... 1:34a.m.
Leavefor St. Petersburg.. 1:37a.m.
Arrive from St. Petersburg 2:55 a. m
Leave for New York 3:00 a.m.
Atlantic Coast Line
.mve from Jacksonville.. Z:3l a. m.
eave for St. Petersburg.. 2:32a.m.
Arrive from Jacksonville.. 3:34 p. m.
Leave for St. Petersburg.. 3:35p.m.
Arrive from Jacksonv01er.lO:12D. m.
Leave for Leesburg 10:13 p.m.
Leave for Jacksonville.... 1:45 p.m.
Arrive from Leesburg.... 6:41 a. m.
Leave for Jacksonville.... 6:42a.m.
Arrive from Homosassa... 1.25 p. m.
Leave for Homosassa..... 3:25 p. m.
Arrive from Gainesville,
' daily except Sunday... .11:50 a. m.
Leave for Gainesville, daily
except Sunday ......... 4:45 p m.
Leave for Lakeland Tues-
day, Thursday, Saturday 11 :3 p. m.
Leave for Wilcox; Monday,
Wednesday and Friday.. 7:10 a. m,
Arrive from Wilcox Mon
day- Wednesday. Friday. 6:45 p.m.
ROYAL ARCH MASONS
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.

LIEUT. COIIEf'S

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Bad Weather on Sections of His
Course Cause- War Department
to Order a Delay.
(Associated Press;
Jacksonville, March 23. It is un
known when Lieut. Coney will begin
his flight to San Diego. He was ready
to start, at midnight last night when
the flight was postponed indefinitely
just before, his departure, on orders
from the Army authorities, who were
advised by the weather bureau that
bad weather prevailed in certain sec sections
tions sections on the course.
SENATOR TRAMMELL
WAS IN THE CITY
Senator Trammell was in the city
Tuesday, from Washington, where he
made a pretty good record last term,
to his home at Lakeland. He paid
the Star an appreciated visit. Mr.
Trammell is making a good senator.
He -is not much in evidence on the
floor, but is a hard worker in his
office and committee rooms. He has
a great many friends in this county.
DISTRICT SCHOOL BOARD
The district school board will meet
the first Monday night in each month
at Mr. L. W. Duval's residence. At
this time they will hear any com complaints
plaints complaints and consider any matter that
properly comes before this board.
Mrs.L. W. Duval. Secretary.
MAN'S QUEER PETS
Animals and Birds 'That Have
Figured in History.
Death of King Alexander ef .Greece,
Credited to .Bite ef Monkey, Calls
Forth Reminiscence.
Tne report, which later was denied.
that King Alexander of Greece died
from the bite of a pet monkey, and
the presentation to the prince of
Wales of a young koala, or Australian
bear, a mountain devil, and a barking
lizard, during his trip around the
world, bring to mind the peculiar pets
ef nations and of famous men and
women of history. saysa b-elletln from
the Washington headquarters of the
National Geographic society.
The natives of Pisa, Italy, kept
tame eagles. The Florentines aept
Hons, and the Romans had wolves, the
latter as an outgrowth of the Romulus Romulus-Bemus
Bemus Romulus-Bemus story of the foundation of the
dty.? Many peoples besides "the Ro Romans
mans Romans have made pets of wolves. De Despite
spite Despite their proverbial ferocity In the
wild state, many, taken as cubs, grow
tame and manifest the traits of a
faithful dog as a- companion.
The history of the sport of hawk
ing, or falconry, engaged in to some
extent today, extends to prehistoric
times and recalls the Intelligent devo devotion
tion devotion displayed ty the pet hawk of
Genghis Khan, which three times In
succession dashed a cup of water out
of the hand of its master, who was
thirst-parched, after a hunt, in order
to. save., his life. The water, had been
collected drop by drop from a pool on
the height of a cliff. When the hawk
had deliberately knocked the cup from
his hand for the third time and at
last sent It spinning between the rocks,
the master drew his sword and killed
the-bird. Then be wearily climbed
the cliff, only to find the'dead body of
the most poisonous variety of snake snake-colled
colled snake-colled at the bottom of the clear pool.
Monkeys have nearly always been
general favorites, perhaps because of
the uncanny Intelligence they show.
The pathetic little beggars with the
organ grinders on our streets, the
mascots of airplanes, and Prof. Gar Garner's
ner's Garner's "Little Susie" are notable exam examples.
ples. examples. King Solomon had apes brought
into hia kingdom once In every three
years, snd after stating this fact, the
account naively adds that he exceeded
all the kings of the earth for wisdom.
The part played by dogs and horses
In the World war is a complete story
In Itself, but cats, chickens, cows, and
goats shared with them the honors
among the boys In France. The cats
In the trenches furnished amusement,
so the tale Is told. Puss seemed to
have no fear of bullets, but manifested
a high degree of annoyance when her
glossy coat was' spattered with mud
durinz the process of washing her
face and combing her fur on the top
of a parapet.
Every child has heard the story of
Dick Whtttlngton's cat which was sent
to sea and won her poor little master
a fortune by killing the rats that
wrought such havoc on the dinner ta
ble of a foreign king. But. sad to
relate, the history of this early lord
mayor of London does not substantiate
the legend.'
-. Getting Away With It.
bought a felt hat today and
charged it to the firm.' chortled the
slick salesman.
"What as?" queried his Interested
companion.
"Overhead expenses." American Le
gion Weekly.

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I'JIIAT III WE

TIT?
Supreme Court Has Reversed Circuit
Court, But the Bulk of the Taxes
are Collected
(Associated Press)
Tallahassee, March 23. The Su Supreme
preme Supreme court today reversed the deci decision
sion decision of the Marion County Circuit
court, enjoining Marion county offic officials
ials officials from levying and collecting the
tax to provide interest on the sinking
funds of the $560,000 road bond issue
authorized in the election last April.
The bonds are not yet issued and the
court held under the law that the
bonds must have been issued before
a tax levy can be lawfully made.
MISSION STUDY CLASS
The Mission Study Class of the
Methodist church met with Mrs.
George Martin on Monday afternoon
at 3:30. A most interesting lesson
and lecture on Mexico was given.
After the lesson was finished Mrs.
Martin served light refreshments.
TAR nEEL BOYS SHOULD
ENLIST AS SHOCK TROOPS
(Associated Press)
Raleigh, March 23. Several stud
ents of the North Carolina State col
lege have cited to appear, before' the
Wake county grand jury here April
eleventh to answer the charge of vio
lation of the State statutes. The
case grows out of a serious outbreak
of hazing. Twenty freshmen's rooms
were broken into yesterday and all
heads shaved. There has been much
violence, doors battered in with heavy
timbers and in some instances fusil fusillades
lades fusillades of shots were exchanged. The
hazers are said to have worn masks.
No one was seriously injured. No
arrests thus far.
WASHINGTON BOUGHT
TWO TAMPA MEN
(Associated Press)
- Washington, March 23. Word was
received here today that the Wash
ington Americans hae bought Bobby
Lemotte and Debee Foss, infielders,
from the Tampa club of the Florida
State League. Cash and two play
ers were given in exchange.
KILLED HALF DOZEN CIVILIANS
(Associated Press)
Cork, March 23.-Six civilians were
killed near here today in a battle
which followed Crown forces being
fired upon from a farmhouse.
All good cooks and housekeepers
will be interested in the Duplex Fire Fire-less
less Fire-less Cooker, demonstration at George
MacKay and Company, from Monday
March 22 to Friday March 25. 21-3t
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' railtty Prices
Let Us Have Your Order
Clover Bloom Butter, per lb. 59c
Kingan's Nut Olio, per lb. 27c
Cheese, per pound 35c
Gold Bar, Sliced Pineapple, No. 2 can 35c

libby's Shredded "
No. 10 pail Snowdrift
No. 10 pail Cottoline
White Ring Self Rising Flour
in 24 pound bags

White Ring Self Rising Flour
in 12 pound bags 79c
1 1-2 Karo, Crystal White and.
Dark, per can 12c
Compound Lard, per pound 13c
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Phones 377, 162. S. Main & Second

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FRAZIER

Refused to Let Hint Take Part
Meeting of the Choppers In
Tampa
Associated Press)
Tampa, March 23. W. A. Frazier,
Sovereign Commander tf the Wood Woodmen
men Woodmen of the World, and party, are said
to have left the city today, following
the procurement yesterday of an in injunction
junction injunction preventing his taking any
part in the head camp of Woodmen
in session here. 1
The officers elected yesterday re represent
present represent the insurgent branch in the
state. The convention is expected to
adjourn today.
EASTER PROGRAM
. Program to 'be given in Methodist
church Thursday evening, 7:30 o'clock
under auspices of class 12. All
friends invited.
Voluntary Flora Sherman.
Scripture lesson Rev. C. W. White.
Hymn Am I a Soldier of the
Cross. T
Prayer Rev. C. L. Collins.
Introductory remarks by Superin Superintendent
tendent Superintendent L. W. Duval.
Piano solo Dora Burnett.
.Class song The' Wondrous Story.
What the Cross Means to Us Today
Rev. W. F. Creson.
Vocal solo In the Cross .1 Glory
Katherine Burhman.
Piano and Violin duet, "Ave
Marie" (Gounod) Miss Lancaster
and George Hooper.
, Recitation Easter Lilies Frances
Brooks.
Duet, "My Redeemer" Flora
Sherman and Ruth Broderick.
Extract, "Pilgrim at the Cross"
Frances Wagner. ""
Instrumental selection Miss Mabel
Aikin.
Vocal solo, "In the Garden" Miss
Ruth Collins.
Recitation, "The Lifted Cross" Cross"-Polly
Polly Cross"-Polly Smith. v
Duet, "Bright Easter Morn"
Misses Ruby Edwards and nftaud
Lillian Little. :
Hymn History, "I Am Coming to
the Cross" Ralph Simmons.
Poem, "The Cross Still Stands"
(war incident) J. C. English.
. Reading, "The Cross of Christ Christ-Miss
Miss Christ-Miss Annie Rooney.
Offering.
The Wayside Cross B. Y. P. U.
Quartette,
Piano and Violin duet Misses
Mary and Gladys Brooks.
.A Dream of the Cross Miss A. P.
Eagleton.
Chorus, "The Way of the Cross
Leads Home" Epworth League.
Closing PraVer Rev. J. G. Wag Waggoner.
goner. Waggoner.
Unclassified ads. gets results.
AT
" 35c
$1.33
.$1.38
$1.53

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Band Concerts for the Summer One
of the Important Subjects to be
Considered at the Meeting
The Marion County Board of Trade
meets in regular session tomorrow
night at 8 o'clock. At this meeting,
steps will be taken, looking to the
carrying out of some of the items
of the program adopted for the year.
The .matter of band concerts for the
summer months will come up for
discussion.
The band committee, of the Board
of Trade has had several meetings,
and will have a report to make tomor tomorrow
row tomorrow night. An important commun communication
ication communication from the Orlando Board of
Trade-will be placed before the meet meeting.
ing. meeting. -
PRESBYTERIAN TEA
Circle No. 2. of the Woman's Aux Aux-illiary
illiary Aux-illiary of the Presbyterian church held
its regular monthly tea Monday after afternoon
noon afternoon at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
Creson.
Mrs. F. B. Weihe, chairman of this
Circle, together with Mr. and Mrs.
Creson, received their guests in the
hall.
In charge of the dining room were
Mrs. Frank Logan and Mrs. John
Taylor, who were assisted in serving
refreshments by Genevive and Emma
Miller Haile.
The house was 'decorated with
spring blossoms. During the after afternoon
noon afternoon a number- of ladjes called, and
the amount of the silver offering re received
ceived received was substantial.
EPISCOPAL SERVICES
Services at Grace church during
Passion-tide. -
Tomorrow, Maunday Thursday.
7:30 a. m. Holy Communion.
8:00 p. m. Services of Preparation!
GOOD FRIDAY
Solemn celebration at 10 a. m.
Three hour service of commemora commemoration,
tion, commemoration, 12 to 3 p. m.
EASTER EVENING
Service with public baptism of in infants.
fants. infants.
The man who called it deflation
would call a blow-out a slow leak.
Solved the Mystery.
While still a novice in the art of
lstenogrRfhy I was called one day to
tafc a very Important letter from the
president of the firm. In my nervous nervousness
ness nervousness I failed to notice that there were
but a few blank pages in my notebook,
and as a result was compelled to write
on the cover of the book. All went
smoothly in" the transcription of my
notes until I reached the cover, and
then try as I might I could not make
out a single word. Finally In despera desperation
tion desperation I 'went to the president and told
him of ray plight He was quite kind,
offering to dictate that portion of the
letter over and suggested that I en en-dearer
dearer en-dearer to read a few lines so that he
might get the connection.- However,
this was an Impossibility on my part,
wlierenpon he began studying the lit little
tle little dots and dashes and suddenly
blurted out: "Can It be that you are
trying to read your notes apstde
downr which to my -great consterna consternation
tion consternation and embarrassment eolTed the
mystery Instantly. Chicago Tribune.
Copy American Methods.
Four French cities where T. W. C. A.
foyer are maintained have recently
put on finance campaigns In true
American fashion, and have raised
sums of money erreeding the most op
timistic predictions, according to a
T. W. C. A. secretary just returned
from France. They are St. Etienne,
Tours. Bourge and Mulhouse. The
finance campaigns were mapped out
and directed by American secretaries
and accomplished by the French di
rectors. Sufficient mpney to carry the
1921 budget of expenses for T. W. CL A.
work In these cities is now In the bank.
In Mulhouse 120.000 francs were raised
for joint T. M. C A. and T. W. CL A,
work.
Death to "Rata.
A study of barium carbonate as
rat poison, made by the United States
Department of Agricnltore, Indicates
that a 20 per cent mixture with food
makes a satisfactory bait. With this
percentage a rat ordinarily needs ts
eat only one-third or, three-eighths ef
a meal of average size to get a fatal
dose. It was found that with this
dose many of the rats poisoned died
within 24 hours, though an occasion al
rat was found which survived an even
larger amount, thus indicating that 100
per cent mortality Is not 49 be expect expected
ed expected in any case.
A rommary of results of experi experiments
ments experiments conducted by various persons
with a view to determining the dead
lines of barium to different aaimals
shows the fallacy of the assumption
that barium Is poisonous only to rats.
It Is pointed out that the fatal dose of
barium per pound tends to decrease
relatively as the size of the animal tf?
creases, and that a bait calculated to
be fatal to rats may be assumed to be
more or less dangerous to smaS do domestic
mestic domestic sr'"ii also.

BOARD

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Occupation or a Back Down are the
Only Courses. Left Open to
the Allies
(AssocJatsd Press)
Paris, March 23. Germany reply-"
ing today lb the recent ultimation of
the Allied preparations commission,
refuses to pay the one billion marks
in gold that is due todaf and disputes
the commissions figures, showing a
balance of twelve billion marks due
May first. It is contended in the
German note that twenty billion
marks, which the peace treaty provid provided
ed provided should be handed over by May first,
has been more than paid. The note
asks the point commission to fix the
value of German deliveries on the
preparations account, but declares
that in any event it is impossible for
Germany to pay twelve billion marks
by May first. CT
AMERICA SHOULD
- IJEMAND THEIR RELEASE
(Associated Press)
Mosbach, Baden, March 23. Carl
Neuf and Franz Zimmer, American
detectives, have been sentenced to
prison terms here for attempting the
arrest and abduction of Grover Cleve Cleveland
land Cleveland Bergdoll, American draft evader,
&s January. Neuf was given fifteen
months and Zimmer six. The four
Germans tried as accomplices were
sentenced from five to eleven months.
TUCH WAS TOUCHED
(Associated Press)
Miami, March 23. Simon Tuch of
Jersiy City, complained to the police
today that he had been fleeced of a
large sum of money by a gang of al alleged
leged alleged wire' tappers here. The amount
he lost is not stated.
EDITORS AT MIAMI
(Associated Press)
Miami, March 23. The National
Editorial Association is at Miami
Beach today, for an outing. The ad address
dress address of welcome on their arrival here
late yesterday was delivered by Wil
liam J. Bryan, who addressed an
audience of ten thousand people.
KOHLWEISS' WIFE HAS
BEEN SET
FREE
(Associated 'Press)
Miami, March 23. The wife of
Ludwig Kohlweiss, for whom a war
rant has .been issued, charging him
with the killing of Capt. James Price,
was released from custody today. She
was being held as an accessory. No
trace of Kohlweiss 'has been found.
WILL THE EAGLE SIT
UP TO THE BEAR
(Associated Press)
Washington, March 23. Early con
sideration will be given to relations
between the United States and Soviet.
Russia, was indicated today at the
State Department.
COUNTY DIVISION UP
AGAIN IN HILLSBORO
( Associated Press)
Tampa, March 23. Public meet
ings were held today at Dover and
Valrico, to protest against the pro proposed
posed proposed division of Hillsboro county,
urged by citizens of Plant City and
vicinity.
FELLOWSHIP,
Fellowship, March. 23, Mrs. Effie
Ludlow of Caxambus is the guest of
her parents. Mr. and Mrs. W. B.
Bawls.
Miss Minnie Seekinger returned
home Saturday after spending several
days with friends at Floral City. Miss
Bertie Crosby accompanied Miss
Seekinger home and will be her guest
for several days.
" Mr. Paul Bawls of Ocala 4s visiting
friends and relatives in Fellowship.
Prof. Carter spent last Sunday in
Cotton Plants
Mr. B.-W. Xrvin is home again
after being- absent for some time in
South Florida, m the interest of the
Citrus Fruit Exchange,
Listen! Madame Rumor says the
wedding bells will soon ring in Fel Fellowship,
lowship, Fellowship, when two hearts will beat as
one, with'only a single thought.
Mr. and Mrs. S. B. Brooks will en entertain
tertain entertain .the little folk next Sunday
afternoon with an Easter egg hunt.
Fellowship Sunday school will ob observe
serve observe the first Sunday in April as
missionary day. They will have a
very interesting program. All are
cordially invited to attend and bring
well filled baskets as we will serve
dinner on the grounds. And 'hope
every one will have a good time.
Advertize ta the Ctsx. j



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ings and other boost occasions where
plans of great things are mapped oat
and endorsed by younannymous vote,
we cant help asking ourself, "Whose
going to do any work?"

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Legal advertisements it legal rates.

The state of Florida has outgrown

its constitution.

Clothes do not make the. man but
many a man owes a lot to his haber

dasher.

Between the Reds of Russia and
the Blues of America, this poor old

world has lots of oppression.
Mr. W. M. Pe"pper has taken editor

ial charge of his paper, the Gaines

ville Sun. It is safe to say the bun
won't cool off any under Brother Pep

per's guiding hand.

The colored freight handlers on the
A. C. L. have walked out because of a
cut in their wages. We would advise
the boys to hold on to their jobs. Even

$16.30 a week is gpng to look good

to unskilled labor before, long..
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Five hundred hod carriers work,

eat and wear clothes and will be just
as welcome in St. Augustine ; as any
set of good citizens. St. Augustine

Record.

So long as they-pay for all they

.get.'
As a rule,. an over-educated, per

son is one who wants to converse
nn subiects you don't know any

thing about. Jacksonville Metropolis
If you had only educated yourself a
little more, you wouldn't have such a
grouch against him.
The Catholics of Ocala are building
a new church and the Methodists are
making a large addition to theirs
and the other churches are making
progress. We foresee that the devil
is going to have mighty little rest in
this town from npw. on.
Here is fail- notice to the Miami
Herald that its pressman sometimes,
entirely too often, runs its valued ed editorial
itorial editorial page thru the press without
printing it, thus robbing us and its
other readers of one of the chief
solaces of our existence..

Times-Union says the boys who
shot up the wiretapping joint at Day Day-tona
tona Day-tona the other day were worsa than
the wiretappers, and says they should
have appealed to the governor. Well
make a small bet that the governor is
glad they saved ""him the troubre.tc
Texas has abolished its board "."jot
pardons, and some folk advocate Flor Florida
ida Florida doing the same. The Star ob objects.
jects. objects. Our state pardoning board
made a rotten record during the ad administration
ministration administration of the last governor, but
it was something of a brake on Catts.

The government must use several
of the hard earned millions it took
from taxpayers to pay for the proper property
ty property stolen by its thievish employes from
the express companies while the ex express
press express business was in its control dur during
ing during the war. Yet some people want
more government control.

We are told on pretty good author authority
ity authority that the sheriffs of three east
coast counties were elected on pledges
that they would not interfere with
the contraband whisky trade. The
record that the east coast is making
looks like our informant somewhat
understimated the number of count counties..
ies.. counties..

Somebody asked us the other day
why Ocala was so backward and im improved
proved improved so slowly. We answered not,
but after closing our eyes for a few
minutes and taking a mental moving
picture of the town as it was thirty
years ago, we advised him to do like-
wise.

If editor Roniamm r.v jwarm welcome always

v- vi , zisitmg brothers

have thought he saw the best team in

the state in action Reds Pepper Box.
If we ever see the Tigerines play,
Red, we shall certainly write about
them so as to give our readers the
impression that they are a good team
of good girls. Your writeups have
given' your readers the impression
that they are a bunch of she-hoodlums.
If they were the crowd you
have sometimes made them out to be
they would have chucked you in the
St. Johns river, and they should do it
anyhow.

The Tampa Times, which has stud studied
ied studied the situation closely, says it does
not believe the present legislature will
pass a no fence law at this session.
As the Times is for no fence, and is
generally a mighty-well informed
paper, its concession on this point
deserves attention. The Times is
isot one of those papers which yells
everything is going to be so because
it wants it to be so.

Gad Bryan is dead. Gad used to
be one of the noted men of the state.
He was, when we knew him, a resident
of Volusia county. He was promin prominent
ent prominent in politics, but his political meth methods
ods methods caused his own party to repudi repudi-drate
drate repudi-drate him and elect a republican for
sheriff over him by an overwhelming
majority. He later moved to Tampa
and finally to Miami, where he died.

The Star is willing for West Flor

ida to flock off by itself and form
a new state, but we are not willing
to sell it to Alabama. West Florida
would make a good state and be well
satisfied with itself. If it stays with

South Florida, its time will soon come
to be treated gust like it has treated
South Florida ever since the territory

evolved into a 'state.

T. C. Carter. N. G.
II. R. Luff man. Secretary.

MARION-DUNN MASONIC LODGE

Marion-Dunn Lodge No. 19, F. & A.
M., meets on the first and third
Ihursday evenings of each month at
7:30 o'clock untii further notice.
J. R. Dey, W. M.

L. Adams. Secretary.

B.

OCALA LODGE No. 286, 3. P. O..E.

Ocala Lodge No. 286, Benevolent
and Protective Order of Elks, meets
the second and fourth Tuesday eve eve-rings
rings eve-rings of each month. Visiting breth breth-jen
jen breth-jen always welcome. Lodge rooms
upstairs over Troxler's and the Book
'Jlop, 113 Main street.
C. Y. Miller. E. R.

KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS

Ocala Lodge No. 1JL- Conventions
held every Monday evening 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
Smoke Sentilla. Best 10c. cigar, m

In Girlhood, Womanhood
Motherhood
! Roanoke. Va. "I have taken Dr
; Pierce's Favorite Prescription fron.
; time to time for ever 16 years anc
f always found relief from it. Whet
: I was first 'married, about IS years
ago, I had feminine trouble. I began
: taking the PTe3cription and also the
'Pleasant Pellets and I obtained such
wonderful benefits that I continued, 1
have taken all of Dr. Pierce's med
: icines with the greatest satisfaction
"My sister is taking Dr. pierce
Pleasant Pellets at present and sav sav-they
they sav-they are all any one can expect.
"I have given Dr. Pierce's Favorit
Prescription to my daughter, who i.
16 years old, and also the 'Golde
Medical Discovery and they hav
done her a world of good." MRtf
JOHN MORRIS. 9 Fifth Are, N K
All druggists sell Dr. Pierre
medicines.
WOODMEN OF THE WORLD

Fort King Camp No. 14 meets at
K. of P. hall at 7:30 p. m. every sec sec-oiid
oiid sec-oiid and fourth Friday. Visiting sov-t-igns
are always welcome.
H. B. Baxter, C. C.
Chas. K. Sage.. Clerk.

Sentilla Cigars sold everywhere, m

ORDER OF EASTERN STAR

Ocala Chapter No. 2i, O. E. S
ireets at the Masonic hall, the second
snd fourth Thursday evenings cf each
nonth at 8 o'clock.
Mrs. Rosalie Condon. W. M.
Mrs. Su?an Cook. Secretary.

Almost tle first thing Clara Smith

Hamon did after being acquitted was
to join the church, and we had hopes

of her. Now we see she has siened

up with a motion picture company,

which will inflict scenes from her own

life upon the long-suffering public.

We much fear that Clara got away

from Jake in this life only to spend

the hereafter with him.

In quenching Florida's thirst, a

great number of -persons have ac

cumulated wealth, and drinking, as a
habit is still all the rage. Times-Union.'

Will the Times-Union kindly, give

the names of a few of those who have

accumulated said wealth?

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Henriford's Weekly, which favors
disarmament, shoots off what it pro probably
bably probably considers a simple question,
"Bread or guns?" The proper an answer
swer answer to this is "Bread and guns". No
people 1 have ever been able to eat
bread in plenty and peace unless it
kept guns or other weapons ready
to hand.

After. glancing over the sporting
and society pages of our esteemed
contemporaries and taking a brief
glimpse of the headlines of the bank bank-wets,
wets, bank-wets, motorcades, boredof trade meet-

Editor Tribune: The letter re

garding the Sullivan law signed
"Grand Juror," in one of your recent
issues, is an excellent argument for

its repeal.

If a gunman is "caught with an

automatic on his person he is charged
with a misdemeanor,' as he would be

were, he caught spitting or smoking in

the subway; .also, he would be no

more guilty that Mr. Householder
who had a similar weapon in his
home to protect his family and prop property
erty property from the gunman. If the thug
enters Mr. Householder's home and is

caught in the act of committing rob

bery he is guilty of a felony if con

victed ofthe robbery, and though

Grand Juror" does not make it clear

what the punishment would be pos

sibly a slap on the wrist.

..The" burglar, gunman, highwayman

or; whatever may be the specialty of

the criminal is a disregarder of law

b,y, nature or inclination, and his oc

cupation requires the possession of a

gun "osi other effective weapon. As

he know$ heruns the risk of electro

cution in the use of the weapon what

folly it is to think that he will be

deterred by the remote possibility ofi

being caught beforehand by a -police-H

man with a concealed weapon, and, if

so caught, being liable for a misdemeanor!

The ordinary citizen, on the con

trary, is law abiding, and would not

keep in his home the weapons neces

sary to protect his family and prop property
erty property from criminals. The Sullivan

aw,' therefore, works out in such

manner as to protect the -law-breaker

and make the law-abiding citizen a
helpless victim. No doubt in Colonial
times the savages of those days (the

hostile Indians) would have welcomed

Mr. Sullivan's law.

Statistics are not at hand, but it

would probably be found that more
gun play and murders in the streets

have taken place since the Sullivan

aw went into effect than ever before.

There must be some interesting

story behind this Sullivan law. Why

was it desired that citizens of Newi

York should not be allowed to possess j
arms ? Is the law constitutional ? i
God grant that the Allied nations
be not tricked into some disarmament j

agreement which would turn out to
be a great international Sullivan law
for the protection and encouragement
of-, criminal nations! Archibald C.
Foss, in the New York Tribune.
The mollycoddles and bureaucrats
in our state will never be satisfied
until they fasten a similar law on us.

ON

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mm
etc.

We have really an
attractive price on
flour, bran, shorts,
wheat, cow feed,
laying mash and
scratch feed.
We are baying these goods in
car load quantities now and are
baying them so we can sell to
VERY BEST ADVANTAGE to
our customers.

Armour's Fertilizers
Hay and Cotton Seed Nfeal
FARMERS' EXCHANGE STORE
Merchants Block Phone 163

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Vfi' P the first drop ))
J to the last

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STAR JOB DEPARTMENT

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P. O BOX 606

LETTERHEADS, BILLHEADS. CARDS. CIRCULARS. FOLDERS, FINE BOOKLETS. ETC.
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We never disappoint a customer on a promise.
You get the job when its due.

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C. V. ROBERTS. Phone 305

BARNEY SPENCER. Phone 431

ROBERTS & SPENCER
Funeral Directors and Embalmers
Private Morgue and Chapel. Personal Service to all.
Motor Equipment. Coftins and Caskets Delivered.

Office Phone 350

Ocala, Florida

217 West Broadway M

People with bad backs and weak

kidneys are apt to feel old at sixty.

Many old folks say Doan s Kidney

Pills help them keep young. Here's

an Ocala case:

J. D. SmalL retired merchant. N.

Osceola St., says: "I had been suffer suffering
ing suffering with pains across the small of
my back and in my sides. My lower
limbs often ached and felt numb. My
kidneys didnt' act right and at times,
the secretions were scanty and pain painful
ful painful in passage. I had a dull; achy
feeling al lover until I. used Doan's
Kidney Pills, which I got at the Anti Anti-Monopoly
Monopoly Anti-Monopoly Drug Store. Doan's prov proved
ed proved effective and soon had me welL I
haven't had any return of these ail ailments
ments ailments since."
Price 60c, at all dealers. Dont
simply ask for a kidney remedy get
Doan's Kidney Pills the same that
Mr. Small had. Foster-Milburn Co,
Mfrs., Buffalo, N. Y, Adv. 9

DAWIUNS' filARKET
Phone 519
111 W. Broadway

at Gerig's Drug Store.

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Shoes. Ladies' men's and children's.
Keds, high and low quarters. Parker
& Guynn. 17-t

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CIVIL EAGIftEERS AND SURVEY0RS1
Licensed unJer the laws cf the State cl Horida

Surveys
Highways

Plats
Drainage

Reports
Phosphate

CapLv Edward Drake is associated
with us and in charge of our Phos Phosphate
phate Phosphate Mine and Plant Department.

Ollices. 33-34 Holder BIdg.
OCALA, FLORIDA

Pboce No. 5U

You will be more than delighted
when yon try a box of our. delicious
Log Cabin Candy, and our Martha
Washington Candy. THE VOGUE is
at your service. Phone ISO or 65$ for
quick delivery of oar QUALITY ICE
CREAM. 23-tf

A most beautiful line of materials
for Easter Frocks at FiSHELS. 15-tf

The latest popular drive in Ocala
is for those delicious cinnamon rolls
at The Federal Bakery. 21-6

From Monday March 21 to Friday
March. 25 an expert demonstration
will be at George MacKay and
Company to demonstrate the possib possibilities
ilities possibilities of the Duplex Fireless Cook Cooker.
er. Cooker. . 21-3i

Don't forget to go to George Mac Mac-Kay's
Kay's Mac-Kay's and try some of the good things
that are being cooked in the Duplex
Fireless Cooker this week. 21-3t

Sentilla Cigars will suit your taste.

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OCA LA EVENING STAR, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 23, 1S2L

The Rivals

By ALVAH JORDAN GARTH
city street and shook hands, gtng-eriy
rather than suspiciously. Each. scan scan-Bed
Bed scan-Bed the other in a fathoming sort of
way, at though seeking to read his
thoughts or to determine from gen general
eral general appearance or facial expression
how the world had fared with him,
1. V. ha1 ..-.- vw MiAaV 4Vl tWA
ivt uiv uau uui uicv bv bi-u aw v
years.
There was a sharp contrast between
the two. Alden Dale, plainly but neat neatly
ly neatly dressed, suggested the student and
thinker.
' Garland Eyre, flashing eyed, mobile
of lips, restless and erratic in his
movements, suggested the typical
broker, ever on the alert and under a
'train. He covertly observed the suit suitcase,
case, suitcase, momentarily constructing a
theory as to its presence. "Off on a
train,, I see!" he remarked.
-Why, yes," replied Alden In bis
straightforward way. "I'm going home
for a week or two."
-wisn i coma arrange to ao wai.
Believe 111 try, said Eyre, his under underlying
lying underlying purpose camouflaged, for Alden
detected the thin disguise of general generality.
ity. generality. "I'd like to loaf around the old
burg for a spell. How have the fates
dealt with you, Daler
"Pleasantly, answered Alden. I
was admitted to the iar in August and
they honored me with an appointment
with the Law Protective league. The
compensation Is only a livelihood, but
It is useful work aji! fine legal train training,
ing, training, and.I have written a book or two,
and that has helped out."
Show you something V bolted -out
Eyre, and be took a' bankbook from
his pocket "That's me!"
His were all money values, as he
showed the chronicle of bank bal balances
ances balances approximating thirty thousand
Realty company, you know," he said.
"Why, I read something lately In the
newspaper that the company had
failed," observed Alden.
"Yes, we hit a snag and they landed
a receiver down on ns," admitted
Eyre lightly, "but we've reorganized.
Money coming both ways, see? The
Investors have come on with a pro
rata assessment, so we are still gath gathering
ering gathering in the shekels. Got to attend
a meeting of the directors," he added,
glancing at his watch and flashing his
bedlamonded hand effectively, "so
good-by. I say, thotigji, a pretty neat
surplus for two years, eh?"
A I Han nr ti f lit- ira v I m rtrt a poaf In
thought. There was a strong distaste
in his mind as he reflected over what
Eyre had just told him. The Casa
Grande had been denominated a swin swindle
dle swindle In the public prints. "Milked dry
by Its exploiters," v it was declared.
"Two years?" The words comprised
a text for some meditation. When the
two young men had left their native
village both were In leve with Myrtle
Bobbins. By a queer eoincidence both
naa aeciaea to try their fortunes in
the city, and In turn they had visited
bluff, straightforward Peter' Bobbins
and had Intimated their feelings to toward
ward toward Myrtle.
"Well," said Mr. Robblns, "what you
are after is to get me to allow Myrtle
to keep up a correspondence with yon?
Plainly no. You are promising young
fellows, and 'i wish youal! kinds of
luck, and Myrtle likes you both, but
she ia too young to think of a beau.
Ia two years, when you have shown
your business mettle, eome back here.
So Alden and Eyre had to be content
with that, and now the two-year peri period
od period was up and the one thought in the
mind of Alden was Myrtle, And Gar Garland
land Garland Eyre attended no directors' meet meeting,
ing, meeting, but, hurrying to his hotel, packed
his grip forthwith and reached Ylrden
one train later than Aides.
"Ia a showdown I feel pretty sure
that old Bobbins will favor my fat
bank roll," he chirped complacently,
and, being of the brassy, .push-ahead
kind, by nightfall of the next day all
Ylrden knew of his diamonds and
gaudy attire and bank rolL When that
evening he called at the Bobbins home
It was In a big hired motorcar, and he
spent two hours talking mainly of bin bin-self
self bin-self and -his glittering prospects for
wealth. He fancied he had Impressed
Myrtle greatly, attributing her sub subdued
dued subdued manner to awe and admiration.
If he had been present during the
visit of Alden the following evening,
however. Eyre would not have felt so
sure of himself. Father .and daughter
had heard of his work in the city, par particularly
ticularly particularly of his writings. The modest
young author was duly delighted when
he found both Myrtle and her father
familiar with the same. Before the
week was out, in turn the young men
called upon Mr. Robblns requesting
permission to pay their addresses to
Myrtle.
Alas I for the lofty aspiration of the
reorganizer of Casa Grande. The
morning paper announced the issuance
of a fraud order against its promoters
and a levy on the stockholders against
all their bank funds, including Eyre's
thirty thousand dollars. The latter
found It judicious to return at once te
the city to untangle his Involved bust-
Wkmm affaliw ...
M auau au
When Alden Dale- called upon Mr.
Bobbins next day the latter viewed
him with an approving eye,
"To help you on your way. Dale,"
said the old man, paternally, "m say
that Myrtle has kept your photograph
on the wall of her room ever since you
went away. If she likes you as well
as she did your books your case la
won and Tm agreeable 1"
China's Heir Apparent.
When, by decree of the throne, the
Chinese republic was first proclaimed,
the boy emperor was six years of age.
Today he is in his fifteenth year, and
the question of his future Is therefore
becoming a matter of Increasing con concern,
cern, concern, not only to hLs family but to the
venerable guardians of the heir appar apparent,
ent, apparent, of whom Hsu Shln-chang. presi president
dent president of the republic, is one, John O.
P. Eland writes In Asia Magazine. Es Especially
pecially Especially Interesting and important Is
Cie problem of his marriage, which. If

be decided before long. The opinion
is strongly held and freely expressed.
In certain high official circles at
Peking, that the best solution of Chi China's
na's China's political difficulties would be for
the Imperial dan te consent to his
majesty's marriage with the daughter
of President Hsu. The underlying Idea
Is that If this were done and the ex exclusive
clusive exclusive house laws of the Manchu
dynasty thus abrogated by the mar marriage
riage marriage of the emperor to a Chinese
lady. the aitidyuaitlc movement in
the South must lose most of Its force
and the. way be prepared for the re re-establishment
establishment re-establishment of the monarchy, con constitutional,
stitutional, constitutional, limited and shorn of all
the exclusive Manchu privileges.

Ludas Legacy I
I y VDtNON tHE I

fotrricat. we. r w
When; Adam XysledJed he left his
real estate to an old bachelor cousin,
Wallace Purvin, and bis personal prop property
erty property to his orphan niece, Lucia Vaile.
It was the day after the funeral that
these legatees were so sdvlsed by hLs
lawyer in the living room of tbe dilapi dilapidated
dated dilapidated old house.
"AH his realty, eh?" sneered Purvin.
Theres a lot of It, Isn't tberej" and
he sourly viewed the scrubby lot with
broken, fence ad dilapidated .out .outbuildings.
buildings. .outbuildings. "And what, may I ak,
comprises the opulent persons 1 hold holdings
ings holdings of my illustrious relative?
' Lucia was crying, hut she looked up
and spke brokenly: "How can you
act disrespectfully to Uncle Adsm!
He tnanght enough ef both of us to
men Hob us in his will, and he helped
you get into business and he paid for
what education I have received."
"I had a right to better expecta expectations.
tions. expectations. The old spendthrift! There
Is no doubt that he hsd quite a for fortune
tune fortune five years ago, for he bragged
to me about it then. What's become
of it hfj-h living?"
"Hardly." half smiled the young
lawyer. "I happen to know that Mr.
Lysle lost very heavily In a specula speculation.
tion. speculation. I also chance to be a ware, of
the fact that he lived on the most
meager fare during the post year."
Locia knew it likewise, only too
well Many a time she had come over
to the old home to bring llfe-sustnln-Ing
food and nurse the. lonely old man
wben he was ailing and !M. Even
now she could recall his words:
"Ton are a good girl. Luc!a. You are
the only one of all my friends snd
relatives who cares Tor or th'nks of
me."
"Well, you can sell this old rattle rattletrap
trap rattletrap for what It will bring." nid Pur Purvin
vin Purvin crossly. "And Lucia gets the per personal
sonal personal property? Fortunate legatee!
The young heiress! What -will you
ever do with such rich possessions?
Bah !" and the disappointed Purvin
swung from room and house- with n
new snort of Irritability. Lucia looked
up to. read in the face of the young
lawyer "the profound contempt he felt.
"There Isn't much to count on, Miss
Vaile." he said respectfully, "but such
as It U becomes subject to your or or-Acx
Acx or-Acx The furniture Is old. but It will
CORDS
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bring somefhing. "There l the cow
and the horse and wagon snd n Kvzzy
and tbe parrot."
"Poor Ceaar!" tnnrimared Luis.
going over to the cajre of the orJy
house pet Mr. Lysle had ever cher cherished.
ished. cherished. "I have tried to feed it rut It
refuses to eat and it pI! dsr i!M.
and despondent lookinz. I raiiy be believe
lieve believe It misses it maTer and is
mourning over his death. I will take
Caesar home with me. As to the rest
of the personal property, if you will
kindly take charce of It and sell it
for what It will brin?. I shall be grate grateful
ful grateful to you."
It was with emotion" of profound
esteem for the simple-hearted Lucia
that Granville Rowley went his way.
and to her his thouehtfulness and co cooperation
operation cooperation were as gleam ofunh!ne
In a dreary routine of lahor. Lucia
was an orphan and lived. wih an In Invalid
valid Invalid aunt, acting In the rapacity of
nurse and housekeeper. For this
service she was awarded food and
lodging, but had to do eom outride
sewing to keep np her own modest
wardrobe.
Granville called upon her the fol following
lowing following week to report as to the dis disposal
posal disposal of the personal property. The
sale had brought two hundred dollars,
he told Lucia. She at once handed
hfm half of 'that sun and. asked him
to see that an appropriate headstone
wes placed at the grave of her bene benefactor.
factor. benefactor. A few days later Lncia
learned that Granville had purchased
the house and lot from Purvin for a
merely nominal sum.
"Purvin made such a ridiculous
saVriflce of the property." Granville
explained to her next time they met.
"that 1 was tempted to invest my all.
It isn't the worst houe in the world.
A little repairing would -improve it
wonderfully, and raayb1 and maybe.
If I could find a wife who would he
content to start life In a modest way.
why, we would have our first home homestead
stead homestead ready at hand."
Granville laughed as he said this,
but regarded Lucia with a half-quiz-slcal,
half-earnest glance and she
blushed and fluttered. His visits
gan t become regular and at the end
of three months he and Lucia became
engaged.
She .met. him near her home one
evening, flustered and excited, and
told him that Caesar had escaped
from hlstcage and asked him, to help
her find him. At the end of an hour
they traced the truant to his old
home perched on a porch rafter and
making up for lost time by shouting
out his whole vocabulary. "We'll hide
It In the cellar!" Caesar kept repeat repeating
ing repeating over and over again, as if some
familiar saying of his dead master
had vividly recurred to him. Gran Granville
ville Granville was attracted by the" words. He
started an Investigation.
"Lucia." he announced the next day.
"quite a sum of personal property
has turned up In the cellar of the old
house over a thousand dollars in
gold."
As all of It belonged to Lucia, and
as Granville owned the house, they
mutually decided that they might ven venture
ture venture safely upon the sea of matri matrimony.
mony. matrimony. China's Awakening.
Two thousand years ago the Chinese
built a wall across their northern
fiontler to .Jseep put the plundering. In

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vading tribe. Today ffiTi "Vail la
crumbling and moss growna useless
bit of old Cathay. Out beyond the
N'ankou pass, tbe summit of one of
the hills of northern Chl-U, stands the
last reminder of this bulky barrier,
and directly underneath run the tun tunneled
neled tunneled archways of the Peking-Kalgan
railroad. From underneath Its form former
er former barricaded exclusiveness this most
exclusive of peoples is stretching out
Its hands of welcome. The much much-talked
talked much-talked -of "open door" swings on hinges
from within as readily as it Is swung
Inward by forces demanding admit admittance
tance admittance from without. Exchange.
Make your home more attractive by
having your spotted mirrors .re .re-silvered.
silvered. .re-silvered. Auto headlights re-nickeled.
All kinds of Electro Plating.
Ocala Mirror and Plating Works
Yonge Block, Ft. King Ave. Phone 504
LIFE
FIRE
A. E. GERIG
INSURANCE
Ocala, Florida
ACCIDENT AUTOMOBILE.
FDR TORPID LIVER
Tennessee Lumberman Talks of His
Successful Use of Bladc-Drantt
for Colds and Headaches.
Jamestown, Tenn. "I hare used
Thedford's Black-Draught for years, in
fact it is the only liver medicine that
does me any good," says Mr. Ju A.
Rrgan, a well-known lumberman of
this place. "When I was single, I used,
it for headaches, and especially If I
get a .cold and feel feverish, I take a
good dose of Black-Draught, and It
--ets me right.
"Since I have been married, I have
jsed.it In my family, and never have
found Its equal for torpid liver or dis dis-lr
lr dis-lr racked stonach, especially wita
children. I can recommend Black Black-Draught,
Draught, Black-Draught, and gladly do so."
Every member of the family occa occasionally
sionally occasionally needs the assistance that
BlacJ'-Draught can give, In helping to
cleanse the system an relieve or pre prevent
vent prevent the troubles that come from a
azy, torpid liver.
If your liver is not doing Its duty,
y.ou may suffer with headache, consti constipation,
pation, constipation, biliousness, indigestion, etc
Unless relief is obtained, serious sick sickness
ness sickness may result. In its long and suc successful
cessful successful use, Thedford's Black-Draught
has been found In thousands 'of cases
to relieve such disorders, by stimulat stimulating
ing stimulating the liver to do its important work.
Aek for Thedford's Black-Draught,
nd insist on the genuine. NC-137

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Wc have the tire you want when you want it
Complete stock' carried at all times

"Service Our Motto

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RANKS AS GREAT KENTUCKIAM
Memery of Judge W. H. Yet Will
Linger Lena With the Men of the
Bench and Bar.
The passing of Judge W. H. Tost
takes from Kentucky life one of its
most picturesque characters. He was
noted as the "biggest" lawyer In the
state, a man. of giant stature, taller
by several Inches than the late OUle
James, and weighing 350 pounds.
He was a delightful raconteur, and
one of his favorite stories was about
getting his shoes blackened at a Louis Louisville
ville Louisville stand. The shiner was Inclined
'to be loquacious, and the judge want wanted
ed wanted to read his newspaper, so he made
a sign pretending to be deaf and
dumb.
The bootblack brushed away at his
considerable task awhile and then re remarked
marked remarked to a nearby newsboy:
"H 1 of a big aint he?"
But while the Judge enjoyed that
sort of thing, he resented Impertinent
curiosity.
Once in the lobby of Hotel t"
a local lawyer Introduced a fellow fellow-citizen,
citizen, fellow-citizen, who gave the big man the once
over and Inquired:
"Say, judge, how tall are you, any anyhow
how anyhow r
Judge Tost glowered down on his
Questioner, and snapped:
"Has your wife false teeth?"
We shall never forget a scene In
County Judge Polk Cansler's court
years ago when the examining trial
of a number of suspects In the Bub
Coffey murder eas was being held.
After bearing the testimony. Judge
Cansler announced that he would hold
all tbe defendants to the grand Jury, j
Up rose Judge Tost, then attorney.
"On what "grounds, please, are these j
men denied their freedom?" he thun-
dered. I
"Well." said Judge Cansler, not a
bit awed. "Just for general running
around."
"Great God. your honor," gasped
the Titan, "what sort of show would
a noun dawg have for existence in
your' Jurisdiction?" Los Angeles
Times.
Phillip's Wish.
Phillip, Jr., two and one-half years
old, Is very fond of having his mother
sing to him as she rocks him to sleep.
She has told him a number of Bible
stories, the usual number of "Mother
Goose" stories, and other stories so
dear to children. He often requests
her to sing about "Mother Hubbard,"
of "Jack Spratt," or some other equally
well-known character, and she will willingly
ingly willingly obliges, "filling In," as she goes
along, to suit the occasion. The other
evening she had been singing to him
about "Santa Claus" and bis various
activities, and. seeing that Phillip was
almost asleep, stopped to rest. Sud
denly he opened his eyes and sald:j
"Mother, sing me a song about Moses,
and Mutt and Jeff."'
Delectable display of Spring Fab Fabrics
rics Fabrics for your Easter Dresses at
FISHEIS. lltf
. .Don't fail to visit the Guarantee
Clothing & Shoe Company. Every Every-bmg
bmg Every-bmg we sell is guaranteed. We're
.ghting for QUALITY not prices, tf
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g carbon, or we refund your money.
p Call and let us explain.
jj Ocala House Block

THE .WINDSOR HOTEL
- JACKSONVILLE, E&ORIDA
In the hear of the rity with Hemming; Park for a front yard.
Every modem convenience ia each room. Dining room service I
second to none

ROBERT Ai, MEYER,
Manager.

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OCALA EVENING STAk, WEDNESDAY. MARCH 23. 121.

THE ECOE POCTOM
Will be at THE STAR OFFICE THURSDAY AND
FRIDAY, MARCH 24th and 25th. We guarantee to
stop all present and future leaks.
Any roof examined FREE: 90 Days Trial.
We prevent shingles from curling up and force
those curled up back down. Well worth your
time to see THE ROOF DOCTOR.
All Communications care of THE STAR

OCALA DCCURRbllCES

j If you have any society items for
I it oi. i n c

me ssisxr, jjieaae can uyciuc.

Mr. S. P. Young of Dunnellon was
in town yesterday.

Buick, 5 passenger, new top. good
tires, a real. buy. Spencer-Pedrick
Motor Company. Buick Dealers. tf

EASTER EGG DYE. "the
kind," .at the Anti-Monopoly
Store.

good
Drug
19-5t

-

There's no extra charge for clean clean-rig
rig clean-rig your fish at the city fish market.
Phone 158. tt

Mrs.

Hugo Mcintosh of Dunnellon

was in town yesterday.

1

deplete mar

ket information
is available only

ghthegjro-

ers orgai

Ladies' spring hats for spring and
treet wear. Parker & Guynn. 17-6t

" Mrs. J. WDavis has returned from
a short trip to Jacksonville.

Beautiful Easter post cards.
Specialty Shop. A. E. Gerig.

The

Mr. Benjamin Cook of West Palm
Beach has been in the city this week,

visiting his son, Mr. F. W. Cook, and

family. -

Roadmaster Robinson of the A. C
L. is hoping to lay heavy rail from
Ocala to Leesburg this summer. If
we keep on hoping we will have the
Pinellas special rattling thru here
some day.

Our line of Easter cards is very
beautiful. The Specialty Shop, A. E.
Gerig.

Mrs. J. B. Wicker, who is the guest
of her sister, Mrs- J. J. Walters, is
spending a few days in Pomona,
visiting relatives. i

Mr. W. A. Fort of Moss Bluff, paid
the Star a pleasant call today.

throu

Omm kudr4 4 Lkra
aortbsra & report
daily hf lrk.

nizabon

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

They say that Ray and Thomson

are going to make a fortune building
bungalows.

Best grade hand tailored genuine

Palm Beach suits, all colors and sizes.

Parker & Guynn." 17-6t

Don't fail to visit the Guarantee

i Oothing & Shoe Company. Every Everything
thing Everything we sell is guaranteed. We're

fighting for QUALITY not prices, tf

The Dough ters of the Confederacy

are preparing to give a kirmess on

April 16. A fuller announcement

will appear later.

Tire Prices Reduced
' DIAMOND Non-Skid, 30x3. $17 Aft"
old price $20 00, now vl vU
DIAMOND Plain, 30x3, Aft
old price $17.60, now. $1MjV
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.

-M-XIE- GARAXSr E
J AS. ENGESSER, Proprietor

Phone 258 West Broadway

Mr. Jack Camp is expected home
today from a short business trip to

Fernandina.

Easter lilies for sale, a limited sup

ply at the fire station. 23-lt

Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Carlton have

as their guest, Mrs. Leone Carlton 6f

Jacksonville.

Just in BROADWAY Coffee, ones

Easter greeting cards. The Gib

son line. Prettier than ever before.
The Specialty Shop, A. E. Gerig.

Mr. and Mrs. L W. Flag? of Boston

who have been the guests of Mr. and

Mrs. Frank Weatherbee, this week ex

pect to leave todaj for Putney, Ga,
to visit relatives before returning to

their home.

Those new TIATS are still arriving.

FISHEIS. 15-tf

Right merchandise at right prices.
Parker & Guynn. 17-61

YE OLDEN TIME

Hoop skirts
were worn
ay those who
first asked
tho drurglst
for -Golden
Medical Dis Discovery"
covery" Discovery" pot
by Dr..
Fierce oTer
fifty years

ago,
- Lonolr.
N. a Tr.
Pierce's
Golden Med Medical
ical Medical Diseov-

great medicine for me in

building m up when I feel run-down

In health. It gives m strength and
lesn. I have been using it at differ,
eat times for thirty years or more."
MRS. LUCY BEACH. No. L
Dm exists sell it in liquid or ta'4eta

UNCLASSIFIED
ADVERTISEIEOTS
WANTED, LOST, FOUND. FOR
SALE, FOR RENT AND SIM SIMILAR
ILAR SIMILAR LOCAL NEEDS

ery-ia a

Rates: Six lines, maximum, one time,
25c; three times. 50c; six times, 75c:

one month, $3. Psyable ia advance.

WOOD Giles Wood Yard. Seasoned

oak or pine wood for either stove or
fireplace, $1 and ?2 per load. Yard
corner South' Main and Third Sts.
Phone 112. 2-22-tf

Men's straw hats, $3, $3.50 and $4.

Parker & Guynn. 17-6t

Mr. T. F. Fay of New York, presi president
dent president of the Loncala Phosphate Com Company,
pany, Company, is exjected here Sunday, for s
visit to his Ocala friends.

. Mr. and Mrs. O. H. Rogers have
as their guests, Mrs. Leo Canabo.

Mrs. Barby and Dr. Haynes of Sparr.
Miss R. B. Davis of Palm .Beach
is expected today and also will be
their guest.
a

You can always get fresh or salt

water fish, oysters, shrimp, etc, at
the City Fish Market on Fort King
avenue. Phone 158. tf

. All paints are getting cheaper ex except
cept except nose paint.

Sentilla the mild cigar.

10-xn

Surely you must see our newest
Fancy Dress Hats. FISHELS. 15-tf

Mr. James Odell, who has been
spending a few days in Ocala, the
guest of his aunt, Mrs. D. W. Tomp-

Kins, nas returned to nis home
Micanopy.

in

Just arrived, a full line of bathing
caps, fancy and plain, at The Court
Pharmacy. lo-4t

.We regret to learn that Mr. and

and threes. Include a can in your next I Mrs. R. S. Young of Juliette have os

order. Cook's Market and Grocery,
Phone 243. tf.

The friends of Mrs. B. W. Hunt will
be sorry to hear that she is quite sick
at her home on Sanchez street.

Get your candv at the old price of
one dollar per pound at Gerig's Drug
Store. Nunnally's and Liggett's. tf
Mr. and Mrs. Albert Birdsy of
Savannah are visiting Mrs. Birdsy's
parents, Colonel and Mrs. Martin.

2

their beloved baby daughter. Th

body of the little one was laid

rest in the family cemetery
Wildwood.

near

Candy for Easter gifts, every pound
in the house reduced to $1.00 a pound.
The Specialty Shop, A. E. Gerig.

By the day or hour wifl'cut and fit
work to be finished at your home.
Especial attention to children's

clothes. Appointments made. 313

Oklawaha Avenue, Phone No. 262. tf

-

Mrs. M. C. Barker, and Mrs. Harry

Word ward, who have been the guests

of Mrs. E. G. Peek, left yesterday for

their home in Moundsville, W. Va.
On their way home they will stop in

Charleston, S. C

Lloyd George seems never to 'get
anywhere, not even out. ..

Men's shirts, fancy silk stripe.
Prices right. Parker & Guynn. 17-t

ftARION-DUXN MASONIC LODGE

FOR SALE Twenty million Living Livingston
ston Livingston Globe tomato plants at $2 per
1000. Livingston true blue seed. In
5000 lots or more, SL50 per 1000.
Ruby King Peppers $2.00 per 1000.
Wauchula Plant Farm, Wauchula,
Fla. 3-1-lm

FOR SALE One Maxwell 1920 1 1-ton
ton 1-ton truck, usel for Uht work about
four monihr. Bargrin. Also one
Peacock. Nathan Mayo, Summer Summer-field,
field, Summer-field, Fla. j 15-tf

Marion-D'mn Lodge No. 19, F. & A.
iU meets on the first apd third
thursday evenings of each month at
7:S0 o'clock until further notice
J. R. Dey, W. M.
B. Ix Adams, Secretary.

OCALA LODGE No. 286. 3. P. O. E.

FOR SALE Tomato plants, 15 cents
per 100; 100,000 improved Porto
Rico sweet potato slips ready to
plant now, $1.50 jer 1000. Send
orders to C, Y. Miller, 124 South
Tenth St Ocala, Fla. 15-tf

As a strengthening tonic there .s
nothing better than Nnx and Iron
Tonic Tablets, SI per bottle of 100
tablets at Gerig's Drug Store. Guar-

atitted or money back. tf

The new garage of the Spencer Spencer-Pedrick
Pedrick Spencer-Pedrick mpany is rapidly nearing
completion. The boys expect it to
be so attractive that cars will just
naturally run into it as they try to
pass on the avenue.

Ocala Lodge No. 286. Benevolent
and Protective Order of Elks, moets
the second and. fourth Tuesday eve eve-rings
rings eve-rings of each month. Visiting breth breth-len
len breth-len always welcome. Lodge rooms
upstairs over Troxlers and the Book
;hop, 113 Main street.
C Y. Miller. E. R.
KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS

WANTED To buy li-ht one-horse
wagon,. Must be cheap f;r cash.
Address G. G. Mayr.ard, Ocala. 17-tf

I WANTED An energetic woman to

carry on the Nu-Bore corset work
in Ocala and vicinity; 'Mrs; T. A.
Quinn, Star office. 17-6t

WANTED Colored boy at 18 to 20
years old. Apply to Sam R. Pyles
& Co, undertakers. 17-tf

W. K. Lane, M. D physician and
surgeon, specialist eye, ear, nose and
throat. Office over 5 and 10 cent store
Ocala,. Fla. Adv. tf

'Tailor made suits we specialize on.
Parker &. Guynn. 17-6t

EASTER SUNDAY, MARCH 27

olrtrtl Irani ClothfA f 1

.
Approve the idea or not, you can cannot
not cannot ignore the custom of ap appearing
pearing appearing in Spring Styles
EASTER. SUNDAY
Society Brand Clothes
For the Young Man, and the Man Who Stays Young
Pleases the younger man because he finds in them the style lead-
ership, the up-to-the-minute colorings and fabrics, and the finest
hand-tailoring. .

The older man who keeps a spring in his Ftep, likes them for their
youthful dignity and for their integrity in fabric and workmanship
Our Spring Display is at its Best
and includes,:in addition tb theTabove brand, the newest designs and colorings in Palm Beach.
Kool Cloth and other seasonable weightsand every article is guaranteed.

Mrs. J. R. Moorhead, who is doing
demonstration work in the north, is
meeting with great success. She is
now in New York City, where her ex excellent
cellent excellent methods elicit high praise

from all who are interested in home
economics.
.

Best grade Blue Chambray work

shirt, 75 cents while they last. Parker

& Guynn. 17-t

Come. come, let us show vou our

beautiful Spring Goods. FISHEL'S. tf

. "Old Join" Randall, and young Tom
better known as "Lonnie", were in
town the other day. Donnie is one
of the Oklawaha boys who found a
second home on the high seas when
Uncle Sam's navy needed them in the
great war.

Ocala Lodge No. 19. Conventions

held every Monuay evening at 7:30

o'clock at the castle hall, over the G.

C Greene Co. drugstore. A cordial

velcome to visitmg brothers.
Tom" Proctor, C "C.
Cha. K. Sage, K. cf R. & S
ODD FELLOWS
Tulula Lodge No. 22. I. O. O. F,

iieets every Tuesasy evening at the

Odd Fellows hall at the corner of
Fort King Ave. and Osceola street A

warm weicome always extended to

risiting brothers.
T. C. Carter, N. G.
H. R. Lufftaan. Secretary. V

FOR RENTf-One house with garage
and two furnished or unfurnished
rooms. Phone 221. or call at 607 Ft.
King Ave. 18-6t

Dont forget "to go to George Mac Mac-Kay's
Kay's Mac-Kay's and try some of the good things
that are being cooked in the Duplex
Fireiess Cooker this week. 21-3t

L. ALEXANDER

WANTED 5 or 6 room cottage, fur furnished
nished furnished preferred, close to school.
Would consider yearly lease if suit suited.
ed. suited. W. J. LaLonde, care Need ham
Bros., Tel 193, or Yonge block, Apt.

No. 1. ist

FOR SALE Newly painted Ford
roadster, with sat covers, A-l me mechanical
chanical mechanical condition. Cheap for
$250j00. Also 2 six cylinder, 7
. passenger cars. Needham Motor
Company. Phone 252. 22-6t

FOR RENT One front bedroom.
Also one 5-room cottage. Phone
238, or call at 24 N. Sanchez Street.
21-CL

PRACTICAL CONTRACTOR
BUILDER

AND

Pal pencils.
A. E. Gerig.

The Specialty Shop.

The derailing of. a couple of cars
of No. 38, At C Lb, at the Seaboard
crossing, Leesburg, tied transporta

tion on this division in a bowknot

Sunday, but everything was straight straightened
ened straightened out by Sunday night. The Coast
Line boys are fast workers,

Crossett Shoes
For both Ladies and Men. Newest
spring shapes and colors have just ar arrived,
rived, arrived, and with the new goods came also
New. Prices

0SB.

Hams urn ir

Straw Hats, Panama and Bankok Hats
All sizes and shapes, and a better selection has never been brought to this city. We also have
just what you want in summer weight Underwear, Top Shirts and Neckwear. Prices on these
goods will be long forgotten when quality remains. 'Make your selections where your money will
count ie most.-
GUARANTEE CLOTHING & SHOE CO.
Y-M-B-0-D
The Big Store on the Corner

T

New Easter goods arriving daily.
Parker & Guynn. 17-61
Miss Nina Camp .and her friend

Miss Gladys Blake of Lexington,

Masa are expected home Saturday to

spend 'the Easter holidays. The many
friends that Miss Blake made during

her visit here Christmas will be de delighted
lighted delighted to welcome her again.
A pew lot of Powder Puffs just In

Plain, and fancy stripe percales.

Special Saturday and Monday, 15c

Parker & Guynn. 17-6t

Judge J. Q. Smith and family from

Center Hill were dining at Charlie
Hunter's popular eating place Mon

day. Next year will be Sumter

county's time -to elect a senator, and

it is whispered around that if there
Is an extra large chair in the senate

chamber at Tallahassee the judge
might be induced to fill it.

New hats for the Easter season are

arriving every day. Come in and
make your selection. Style Hat

Shop. lWt

Judge Futch had two marriages
Saturday. In the morning he wedded
Mr. William J. Millkan and Miss

Clara Mae Halton of Dunnellon, and

just before midnight he was called op
to join hearts and hands for Mr.
George Hornsby of Bowling Green

and Miss Ola Barnes of Ocala.

Spring weather has arrived for
good and now's the time to eat cin cinnamon
namon cinnamon rolls. Federal Bakery. 216t

The friends of Mr. and Mrs. C N.

Kirkland, who lived In Ocala for sev

eral years before the war. will be glad

to know they are again near neigh

bors, having settled in Gainesville.

Mr. Kirkland has been in town

couple of times this week, renewing

old acquaintances. He represents

the Gainesville branch of the Amer American
ican American Candy Company.

FOR SALE Nice large home and
ample grounds for sale In best
residence section. Fine to convert
into apartments, or ideal to make
into two homes for investment.
. Call or write Max Fishel, Ocala,
Fla. 18-12t

Careful estimates made on all co

tract work. Gives more and better i

work fir the money than any other
contractor in the eitv.

'--'iak Isn't

it worth while to

. ear glasses if they will

Sv re yOU rom kdache ?
' DR. K. J. WEIHE,
Optometrist' and Optician m
Eyesight Specialist

M i mm

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
Leave ' Arrive
2:20am Jacksonville-NTork 2:10 am
1 :55pm J acksonville 1 :50 pm
4:17 pm Jacksonville 3:50 pm
2:15 am Tampa-
Manatee-St Petrsbrg 4:05 pm
2:55 am NTTork-St. Petrsbrg 1:35 am
2:15 am Tampa 2:15 am
1:50 pm Tampa-Manatee 1:35 pm
4:05 pm Tampa -St. Petrsbrg 4:05 pra
ATLANTIC COAST LINE R. R R-Lesva
Lesva R-Lesva Arrive
2:27 am Jacksonvifle-NTork 2:33 am
1:45 pm Jksonville-Gainsville 3:24 pm
6:42 an) Jksonville-Gsnsville 10:13 pm
2:33 am StPetsbrg-Lakeland 2:27 am
34 pm 8 t.Petsbrg-La Iceland 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 6:42am
4:45 pm Gainesville 11:50 am
Monday, Wednesday, Friday.
Tuesday. Thursday.-Saturday.

NEEDM.1 MOTOR CO.
General Aoto Repairing
and Storage
. Gasoline, Oils and Grease
USED CARS FOR SALE
Cars Washed .......;........'.$L00
Cars Polished" .50
Oklawaha Ave. & Orarige St
Phone 252

Auto Repairing!
ALL CARS
CYLINDERS itE-BORED AND
WELDING
OTiaENT WOXMEN,
PROMPT SESVICE
REASONABLE CHARGES
GEO. J. 71XUAf.IS
Formerly Carroll Motor Company
Garage, Osceola SL
PCO?a: 537 Nliit 4:3

FOR SALE Genuine Porto Rica po-'
tat plants, inspected and certified
by State Plant Board. 2.00 per
thousand f. o. b. Ocala. Cash
with orders. C. H. Cooner, 746
. Wyomina St Ocala, Fla. 21-tf

FORxRENT Three room apartment,
furnished for lignt-house keeping.
Apply Mrs. Martha Williams, at
Star Office. 21-3L

FOR RENT Furnished apartment at
1129 Fort King Ave. Phone 207-Y.
21-et.

FOR SALE Ban ed Rock eggs for
setting, Thompson and Longwood
strain at 913 Oklawaha Ave. Ocala.
3-21-etp

FARM FOR SALE-t323 acres on
Shady Grove road 6 miles south of
Ocala. For information see Jirash
Grocery Company. d22-t

run oall rirst mortgage on im improved
proved improved real estate amount two
thousand dollars, bearing ten per
a. x t ) n

cent- iiuertsi. aaress tr. J. cox
279. . 22-t

FOR RENT OR SALE Four room
cottage; all modern conveniences.
On 9th street, one block south of
high school. See me this week as
I am leaving town, B. J. Johnson.
23-4 1,

FOR RENT Furnished
Phone 239.

apartments.
23-3t

FOR RENT 6 room house near prim primary
ary primary school; lights, water and bath.
Inquire' at 504 Alvarez street, or
Phone 210. 23-2t
FOR RENT Large well ventilated
rooms for housekeeping, furnished
or unfurnished. At Dormitory.
Phone 305. 23-t

r.

Geo. Way I Co.

Funeral Directors
and Emb aimers
Two Licensed Embahaers
Motor Funeral Cars
Private Morgue and Chapel
Day Phone 47
Night Phone 515
G. B. Overton, Manager

A Cecil Bryant
PUBLIC ACCOUNTANT
Room 22 Holder Block
PHONE 195 OR 332

Maka your wants known by s.

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