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Title:
The Ocala evening star
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Ocala Evening Star
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Evening star
Star
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Porter & Harding
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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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WEATHER FORECAST
Fair and cooler in south
and central portions to tonight,
night, tonight, probably frost in
north and interior of
central portion.
TEMPERATURE
This morning', 50.
This afternoon, 63.
VOL 21
OCALA, FLORIDA, MONDAY, APRIL IS. 1921
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Concede Yap to the Japs, Mr. Hard Harding,
ing, Harding, and Insist that They Keep

Out of California
r
(Asyccciated Press
Washington, April 18. To main maintain
tain maintain its position in regard to the isl island
and island of Yap, the American govern government
ment government would have to prove not merely
the fact that President Wilson made
reservations concerning it, but also
that the supreme council decided in
favor of those views, tha Japanese
government says in a note under date
of last February 26th, made public
today by. the state depai tment, along
with other correspondence of the two
governments regarding Yap.
.
HOUSE WILL TAKE UP
KAHN'S RESOLUTION
(Asaociat.d Tres,,
Whinn A m il 18 Thr KaVm
resolution for investigation of the es-
cape to Germany of Bergdoll was re-
ported out today by the House rules
;ft00 rwr CnrcM ;n!
dicated it would be taken up in
House soon.
the
AMERICAN TRADE
SLIGHTLY FELL OFF
Associated Press)
Washington, April 18. America's
foreign trade last month was nearly
three-quarters of a billion dollars less
than for the same month last year,
figures of the department of com-
merce show. ;
RUSSIA A GIGANTIC
ECONOMIC VACUUM
(A.fsuciated Press)
Washington, April 18. Secretary
Hughes, writing to Samuel Gompers,
president of the American Federation
of Labor, who asked for a statement
of "the facts" regarding Russia, indi indicates
cates indicates definitely that there is no pros prospect
pect prospect of resumption of relations with
the United Stater while the soviet
political and economic system re remains.
mains. remains. The letter of the secretary of state
makes direct reply to various state statements
ments statements characterized as propaganda,
which contend that resumption of re relations,
lations, relations, trade or political, with the
Soviets would open a great current of
trade of advantage to the United
States and that large shipments of
Russian gold have already been made
to other countries in payment for
goods.
Soviet Russia, Secretary Hughes
declares, is a "gigantic economic va vacuum"
cuum" vacuum" and he adds that "no evidence
exists that the unfortunate situation
is likely to be alleviated so long" as
the present political and economic
system continues."
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of living coupled with reasonableness of prices,
The Better Fed You Are
the better your health, the higher
your grade of happiness.
Our customers live better for less money than
those who buy elsewhere.

V

Florida House has Completed the Bill
Providing Increased Pensions
to Confederate Veterans
(Associated Pre
Tallahassee, April 18. The House
today spent most of the morning ses session
sion session working on the bill providing for
increased pensions to Confederate
veterans and their widows, and finally
passed the measure. The bill pro provides
vides provides for increases to ?55.
GOOD USE FOR A SHOT GUN
( A."9stciated Press)
Jacksonville, April 18. The police
continued the search today for an un-
identified man who was shot late
j Saturday night when the opened the
i door of a chicken coop. A resident
.missed some chickens recently, set a
shotgun loaded with buckshot and
tied a strinS from the trigger to the
doo,r The intruder opened, the door
anQ ine un nrea- Olooa s wre
found in the yard but nothmS h.as
been learned of the extent of injuries
inflicted.
ODD FELLOWS ARE
MEETING IN ARCADIA
(Associated Press)
Arcadia, April 18. The annual
session of the Odd Fellows' grand
! lodge of Florida began here today for
three days. Today's program includ
ed the initiation of many candidates.
BARNETT BURIED BIG
SUPPLY OF BOOZE
(Associated Press)
Miami. April 18. J. T. Barnett of
Cocoanut Grove, was bound over to
the criminal court today as a result
of the discovery of 21 quarts of liquor
buried in his back yard.
v
OCALA SHOULD JOIN IT
St. Petersburg, April 17. Plans
were completed last night to send a
delegation of officials and business
men to Tallahassee Monday to appear
before the Senate committee in oppo
sition to the Calkins bill proposing the
creating of a public utilities commis
sion. The delegation will -oppose in
cluding municipally owned plants un
Ider the control of the commission.
EX-EMPRESS AUGUSTA'S
FINAL JOURNEY
Doom, April 18. The funeral train
bearing the remains of the late em empress
press empress of Germany to Potsdam left the
little railroad station three miles from
here this morning. The former em
peror did not go to see the train de-
part, but remained at the House of
Doom in company with his brother,
Prince Henry of Prussia.

first Septette
I HEBE IS-

Other Central American Nation

Combine Against the State
on the Isthmus
(Associated Prtssj
Washington, April 18. Guatemala,
Honduras and Salvador are pledged
to declare war simultaneously with
Costa Rica against Panama if Costa
Rica deems such action necessary, in
view of the present boundary dispute
with Panama, according1 to official ad
vices received here.
"SAVING AT THE SPIGOT"
Editor Star: Please publish the
following article for me relative to
the article in the Evening Star of
April 13, "Saving at the Spigot." I
have been asked by no less than a
dozen of my farmer friends to reply.
Now as to the state marketing bu
reau, it is purely an agricultural in
stitution, designed to assist the farm
er in the marketing and distribution
of farm products. It was created by
speiial act of the state legislature.
and to provide for its maintenance, a
special tax" is added to fertilizer.
The Star nor anyone else but fertili
zer users, is asked to contribute a
single penny to its support. In the
year 1920 the tax on fertilizer
amounted to more than $60,000, but as
we only wanted to apply $15,000 of
this amount to the maintenance of the
bureau, the rest was placed in the
state' treasury and used as general
fund. Now as to the activities of the
bureau, any one has only to read the
report of the secretary of agriculture
to the governor of Florida, to be con
vinced of its. usefulness. If that is
not enough to convince you, then
please read the governor's recommen recommendation
dation recommendation to the state legislature of
1921. Here is what he says: "The
state marketing bureau is an essential
institution, and the present legisla legislature
ture legislature must stand by it and support it
without stint or hindrance."
Now I am very grateful that the
Star's "bread and butter" does not
come direct from the farm, but I as assure
sure assure you we are working toward that
objective we are anxious to supply
you with food and clothing direct
from the producer and if you don't
object too seriously we will accom accomplish
plish accomplish our aim. It is our earnest in intention
tention intention to supply you with every need
diiect from, the farm, with no waste
or commissions. The state marketing
bureau is an essential to the accom accomplishment
plishment accomplishment of our desires, and we are
supporting it ourselves without as assistance.
sistance. assistance. The farmers of thirty-two
states have instigated such institu institutions;
tions; institutions; why not we, since they are not
only of benefit to the farmer but a
saving to the general public
When the marketing bureau was
first established, it was, of course,
more or less of an experiment, and
I think that the legislature bringing
it into existence acted wisely in not
appropriating a greater sum than
$15,000 for" its support. Now since it
has proved its usefulness without
question (and I regret that the Star
is not better informed as to its ac
tivities) it would be very unwise of
the present legislature to not give it
an opportunity to serve more people.
That the farmers are willing to con
tinue to give it their support is very
clearly evidenced by petitions and
resolutions from no less than twenty
five counties earnestly requesting
their representatives in the legisla legislature
ture legislature to support the Singletary bill.
They speak in no uncertain terms as
to whether they want the bureau or
not. As to concrete cases of where
farmers have been benefited through
the bureau, the Star will only have to
call on its subscribers to find them by
the dozens The extra tax that I pay
on fertilizer to maintain the bureau
is not as much as my subscription to
the Evening Star, but if it is too ex
pensive to have the benefits of both,
then as a case of necessity I would do
without the paper.
During the four years it has been
in operation, the bureau has marketed
far in excess of twelve million dollars
worth of farm products, or an aver
age of more than three million year
ly. Had this business been done on i
commission, it would, have cost the
people more than $30,000 each year
Besides this saving, hundreds of dol dollars
lars dollars worth of this produce was of
such a nature that the farmer would
not have risked the commission and
transportation companies to handle
it. One instance of my own exper experience
ience experience was in the case of a car of late

In

a Drastic Manner Against Ger Germany
many Germany May First, According
to British Officials
(Associated Press)
London, April 18 Reports of dras drastic
tic drastic action contemplated by the Allies
against Germany to be taken May 1st,
were characterized in British official
circles today as highly speculative and
hypothetical.
BASELESS REPORTS IN FRANCE
Paris. April 18. Reports current
in Lille today that military classes
of 1918-19 had been summoned to the
coolrs for training before being called
upon to aid in possible enforcement of
allied reparations were declared by
the war ministry to be baseless.
CABLE MAY BE COVERED
WITH TONS OF EARTH
Miami, April 18. Unless the cable
controversy between the Western
Union Telegraph company and the
federal government is settled soon the
cable across Biscayne Bay will be
covered by thousands of tons of
earth. The cable follows the route of
the old wooden bridge across the bay
and the company which has bought
the bay bottom land is preparing to
soon begin the construction of a chain
of islands there. Officials of the con concern
cern concern say they will go ahead with the
work, cable or no cable. The West Western
ern Western Union, which owns the cable, has
been prevented from moving it.
This is a Studebaker year. tf
picked beans. I could find no sale
for it, neither would the commission
men give me any encouragement. I
had it already loaded and knew that
a freight bill must be paid. After
spending a few dollars in wiring to
find some place to stop the car, but
in vain, I turned it over to the bureau,
which took it and' in a few days sent
me a present of $150 for my courtesy.
The bureau has collected in over overcharges
charges overcharges on freight and damaged in
transportation claims for the farmers
of this county enough to more than
pay our part of the bill. It has sold
sweet potatoes, syrup and poultry
products for the farmers of this coun
ty in sufficient quantity that they
would have been losers tp have paid
a 10 per cent commission instead of
supporting the bureau, besides in
many instances getting a better mar
ket and supplying the consumer at a
less price. During the last 12 to 18
months, the farmers in a number of
instances have grumbled at not being
able to get efficient service through
the bureau. Upon investigation, the
board of directors, consisting of Sen
ator Singletary, Senator Shepard and
Mr. L. S. Light, found thatnhe reason
for complaint was insufficient office
force, office equipment and handling
facilities to adequately meet the tre
mendous demands made on the bu
reau.
Now there is no other alternative
The bureau must be put in a position
to live up to its usefulness, or the di directors
rectors directors themselves will vote to abol abolish
ish abolish it. To abolish it means to not
only handicap the farmers, not only to
thwart their plans and desires to fur furnish
nish furnish the public with fool supplies di direct
rect direct from the producer to the consum consumer,
er, consumer, without charging a commission at
every angle of the road, but will be
another incentive to him to move to
the towns and join with the Star and
other like publications m the tear tearing
ing tearing down of every vestige of ad advancement
vancement advancement in agricultural develop development.
ment. development. As to the other departments re referred
ferred referred to in the article above men mentioned,
tioned, mentioned, I join with the Star in assert asserting
ing asserting that the state board of health is
indispensable .and I truly think that
the present day farmers as a class
will be the last to fear education. I
would like to discuss more fully with
you the subjects of health and educa education,
tion, education, but time and space will not now
permit. However, I will say that the
Star has acted unjust to the state
marketing bill by coupling it to the
other two bills, with which it has no
connection, and using their merits to
prove the demerits of the other. Why
not let each department stand on its
own merits? I am sure that the de departments
partments departments of health and education
each have merits enough to rally the
legislature to their support, likewise
the Florida marketing bureau.
Respectfully yours,"
EL Lw Shearer.

While Some Commodities Rose, Others
Fell Off. and the Total is in
the Consumer's Favor

(Associated Press)
Washington, April 18. Prices of
meats, butter, cheese and sugar in increased
creased increased during the period from Feb.
15th. to March 15th, while the retail
costs of many other commodities
making up the average family food
budget decreased, according,, to the
monthly index just issued by the de department
partment department of labor. An average de decline
cline decline of one per cent in the retail cost
of food is estimated. The average
family expenditure for food decreased
in thirty-nine cities and increased in
eleven cities.
HANGING DOOR PLAYED HAVOC
(Associated Press
Charlotte, April 18. Nine persons
were slightly injured at China Grove
near here today when two Southern
Railway passenger trains were side side-swiped
swiped side-swiped by a hanging door on a north northbound
bound northbound freight. Four of the injured
were brought to a local hospital.
INCREASE IN PRICE
OF CRUDE OIL
(Associated Press)
Pittsburg, April 18. An increase
in tb,e price of crude oil was announc announced
ed announced here today by the principal pur
chasing companies. The increased
range from 10 to 25 cents per barrel.
HOTEL MARION, DUNNELLON
The splendid brick hotel at Dunnel Dunnel-lon,
lon, Dunnel-lon, which has for several years been
known to the traveling public as the
Southern, has been leased for a'term
of years by Mrs. M. G. Oppenheim,
and the name has been changed to the
Hotel Marion.
Mrs. Oppenheim recently moved to
Dunnellon from Perry, where she has
successfully conducted a hoteL Many
improvements are now under way.
and with Mrs. Oppenheim's expert
ence the Marion will no doubt have a
prominent place in the list of com commercial
mercial commercial hotels of Central Florida. It
is operated on the American plan, and
special attention is given commercial
travelers.
COMMENCEMENT EXERCISES
FESSENDEN ACADEMY
The faculty and graduating class
of Fessenden Academy and Indus Industrial
trial Industrial School request your presence at
the nineteenth closing exercises, April
21-27, 1921.
The closing events are as follows:
Thursday, April 2L 8 p. nu Music Musical
al Musical recital.
JFriday, April 22, 8 p. m. Oratoric Oratorical
al Oratorical contest.
Saturday, April 23, 10 a. m. Fann Fanners'
ers' Fanners' conference Inspection of build buildings
ings buildings and academic and industrial
class work.
Saturday, April 23, 4 p. m. Decla Declamatory
matory Declamatory contest
Sunday, April 24, 4 p. m. Annual
sermon, ev. C. A. Whitfield, D. D.
Monday, April 25, 8 p. m. Concert
by primary grades.
Tuesday, April 26, 4 p. m. Class
day exercises.
Tuesday, April 26. 8 p. m. Concert
by elementary grades.
Wednesday, April 27, 8 p. ok
Oram a, "Antigone" High school.
Thursday, April 28, 8 p. m. Grad Graduating
uating Graduating exercises.
Class roll: Lecora Vermel Cabarris.
Class motto: "He Conquers Who
Endures."
Class colors: Pea green and pink.
Class flower: White rose.
Commencement Program
Processional.
Anthem, "Praise Y'e the Lord" (R.
M. Stultz) Chorus.
Invocation Rev. Stephen Brown.
Scripture reading Rev. D. W.
West, D. D.
Instrumental duet, "Approach of
Spring" (Charles Lindsay) Lilla M.
Evans and Thelma Williams Williams-Essay,
Essay, Williams-Essay, "A Graduate's Place in the
Community" Lecora V. Cabarris.
Vocal solo. "Until the End of Time"
(H. N. Petrie) Margaret Chesboro.
Annual address Rev. L. B. Moore.
Music
Presentation of diplomas H- S.
Barnwell, principal.
Awarding prizes.
Chorus, 'Oh Lovely Night" (J Of
fenback).
Benediction Rev. P. R. Debose.

But There is Danger that Crops as
Far Sooth as Tampa Will be
Badly Damaged

(Associated Pre)
Washington,' April 18. Much cold
er in the southern and central por portions
tions portions of Florida is the forecast of the
weather bureau today. There will
probably be light frost "in the north
and interior .or central part of the
state tonight. Tuesday will be fair
with slowly rising temperature.
THEY WILL SHIVER IN TAMPA
Tampa, April 18. The local weath
er bureau today forecasts a tempera
ture pt 50 degrees or lower with pos
sible Irost in low places this section
tonight.
SHORTSTOP SIGNED
Cut There Will be No Game with the
AU Stars this Week
Jackson, the noted shortstop, arriv
ed from High Springs today and
signed with the Ocala team.
The Star regrets to report that the
games with the All-Stars have been
cancelled.
GOOD WORK
As last week was "Kind to Animals
Week," the ministers filling the dif different
ferent different pupils in Ocala were asked to
preach on this subject Sunday. Rev.
J. J. "Neighbor at the Episcopal
church preached a most interesting
sermon, taking for his subject "Our
Four-Footed Friends. There was a
good congregation to hear him and it
was a pity that more could not have
had the pleasure of listening to the
excellent discourse on the dumb
beasts that are man's moh. faithful
friends. The week was also observed
in the school. In the primary depart department
ment department stories were told the children
to emphasize to them that they should
be kind to animals.
A VETERAN RETURNED
Former Sergeant Geo. C Woods,
who went to Camp Wheeler with
Company A, and who has been in
France and Germany for three years,
returned home Saturday afternoon.
George, after training for several
months at Camp Wheeler, was placed
in the postal department of the army,
and remained there until his dis discharge.
charge. discharge. He served out his first en enlistment
listment enlistment and re-enlistd, for a shorter,
which expired only a few weeks ago.
He has come home straight from
Coblenz. George was always a steady
old boy and served his country faith faithfully
fully faithfully during the war. His friends are
mighty proud to see him.
TAKING UP A LITTLE
MORE TIME
(Associated Pre)
Chicago, April 18-A request that
the United States labor board post postpone
pone postpone its hearing into the petitions of
93 railroads for wage reductions un until
til until the three new members of the
board nominated by President Hard Harding
ing Harding Saturday reach here and take up
their duties was presented by sixteen
railroad labor unions today when the
board met to take up the wage ques question.
tion. question. ituuu rKiLU unur ax
WEST PALM BEACH
West Palm Beach, April 18 Food
J prices in restaurants here have under under-igone
igone under-igone a sharp decrease since one. cafe
recently slashed the price of nearly
every article fifty per cent The res restaurant
taurant restaurant which first reduced its prices
now serves shrimp salad for 15 cents;
an oyster stew for 25 Cents; esca&op esca&op-ed
ed esca&op-ed oysters 20. cents; bacon and eggs
35 cents and ham and eggs 40 cents.
Deputy Marshal A. J. Brigance w
here from Jacksonville, attending to
business before U. S. Commissioner
Williams.
U. S. Commissioner D. S. Williams
has before him today E. Lw Dunn from
Dunnellon, who is charged with theft
nf funds from the American Express
J Company at Espanola.
The Fessenden Academy Singers, a
l fine aggregation of .musicians, will
'give a glee club concert at the Mount
fZion M. E- church tonight.
i Unclassified ads. gets results.



OCALA EVENING STAR, MONDAY. APRIL IS, 1921

Ocala Evening Star

rHMIaactf Kvery Day Eiceat uaday by
STAR PUBLISHING COMPANY.
OCALA. FLORIDA.

Colombians take this railroad and its PAYING STREETS AND ROADS

AN UNSOLVED PROBLEM

R. H. Carroll. PrIleat
p. V. Leaveaffaod, Seeretary-Treaurer
J. U. licajaaala. KOI tor

terminals settled the matter, and the '.

republic of Panama was established. ;

The United States government rec- i If .v., u. r-.A

; ib iiiuab Jy uii Liuic iiaic
ognized Panama as a nation, then it5t.lf fm aU thmit.htfui men aCauaint-

1 a .1 1 a

Dougnx irom jx uie ngni-oi-way lor; with the subjfcCt of road Luiidingf
tlve canal. All this was regular andthat M far as modern roads and

in accordance n mrnaxionai law. streets are concernedf it ia in its in in-Then
Then in-Then the United States built their n- u j, ;

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canai, v. men nas an immense expen- that .ftuM stnn(, for vpars under

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diture of the money of the American
people, but is a great advantage to
them and to the whole world. The
canal and the treaty under which it
was built had been accepted by all
nations, when along comes Mr. Wil

son, one of whose great mistakes is
to consider a greaser as good as a
white man, and out of his abnormal
sense of justice tried to give Colom Colombia
bia Colombia what she had no right to and had

given up hoping for. The republicans

had control of the Senate for two

years, and could have passed the
treaty with the aid of administration
democrats. We can excuse Mr. Wil

son his policy toward Colombia was

only another evidence of his desire to

bring all the world together in peace,

but as for the republicans all the
indications are that Tom Watson told
them the truth about themselves. For
this virtue, he may be forgiven some
of his sins.

Tampa Civitans are out for the re removal
moval removal of the capital to shall we say
Orlando or Ocala? Tampa Tribune.
Why not decide by rolling the
bones ?

Henriford insinuates that the con contents
tents contents of the American melting pot
are melting the pot. Don't know; but

seems to us that some of the gobs of

stuff in the pot are smearing the

sides with slime that only blood can

wash out.

Judge Petteway found that "nearly

' a third of the white boys at the Ma Ma-rianna
rianna Ma-rianna Industrial (reform) School
are from Hillsborough county." We
are at a loss yet, how to comment on
that! Tampa Tribune.
Easier to catch.

THE NEAR EAST

Near East relief work calls for
your contributions this week. Please

make them as liberal as possible.

If the people of America could look

into the faces of the thousands of lit

tle boys and girls they would not hes

itate to make great sacrifices that
the children, who have been saved

from the horror of starvation and the
terror of death might be able to carry
on until they are ready for citizen

ship in a land where honest, diligent

men and women are needed very

much. Committee.

$100 REWARD

It will be a mighty bad start for
tin "economical" legislature to begin
operations by appropriating $250,000
'for additions to the state capitol
building. The additions may be need needed
ed needed to house all the commissions and
other warts that have grown on the
body politic in the last few years, but
a better planv would be to cut off the
warts.

Several cities- have bald-headed
men's clubs, or clubs of bald-headed
men, and we are informed that it is
intended to start one here. There are
a number of shining domes in this
town, each slick enough for flies to
skate on, and almost each is crammed
full of brains, but as to whether they
will club or not, we cannot al the
present writing say.

The more e think of the proposed
investigation of the Catts adminis administration
tration administration the less we think of it. The
plan of representative government is
for the people to try to select good
men for office, and when they make a
mistake and elect a bad one to put
up with him until the next election
and then put a better man in his
place. The people of Florida have
repudiated Catts with an emphasis
that has seldom been equaled. The
best thing to do now is to forget
Catts and be more careful about who
we elect to office.

Stolen from my resident on April

12, one gold brooch, wbeel s'haped,
with large center diamond and six
smaller diamonds. One gold ring with

three opals. One gold wedding ring,
18-tf Charles S. Cullen.

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We never expect to agree with Tom
Watson in anything, but we have no
objection to his agreeing with us. In
his speech in the Senate Friday re regarding
garding regarding the Colombian treaty, he said
little more than the Star has said sev several
eral several times in the last few years. This
treaty has been framed (framed on
the American people) by men who
are anxious for their own selfish pur purposes
poses purposes to take twenty-five million dol dollars
lars dollars of the people's money and hand
it over to a bunch of greasers, whom
they expect to exploit in return. They
speak of justice to Colombia if
Colombia had justice, all her rulers
and most of her people would have
been in the penitentiary long ago. On
account of the Isthmian railroad, Pan Panama
ama Panama was for fifty years the most val valuable
uable valuable state of the United States of
Colombia. And Panama was syste systematically
matically systematically and regularly plundered by

the general government at Bogota.
America offered Colombia a fair price
for right of way for the Panama
canal. Colombia, at first willing to
accept, had its sense of greed sud suddenly
denly suddenly reinforced and demanded more.
At this point, Panama rebelled. To
say that Panama had no right to rebel
is to say the thirteen colonies had no
right to rebel against Britain. Co Colombia
lombia Colombia sent troops to subdue Panama
President Roosevelt, in compliance
with a treaty that had been in effect
half a century, sent American ma marines
rines marines to guard the Panama railway.

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Phone 519
111 W. Broadway
NEEDHAM MOTOR CO.
General Auto Repairing
and Storage
Gasoline, Oils and Grease
USED CARS FOR SALE
Cars Washed $1.00
Cars Polished 50
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Phone 252

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AND

wagon traffic, but have been cut to
pieces in a few months by the rush

of automobiles. Also, auto traffic of
six or seven years ago was light com compared
pared compared with that of today, which is

steadily increasing as the truck adds

its weight and speed to that of the

car.

Last year, the citv of Ocala voted

bond issue of 0,000 to be expend

ed in street paving. The total amount

would be $15't,00O, because the law

i.s that when the city spends a dollar

on the center of the street, the prop

erty. owners on the 'sides must spend
$2. This means additional expense to

the city, for always some property
owners can't or won't pay the city

must pay for them and try to collect
the bill, which is sometimes a tedious

and expensive proceeding.

It seems to the Star that a good

many taxpayers have changed their
minds about this matter. The bonds
have not yet been sold, and the gen general
eral general opinion seems to be that they

should not be, to apply the money for

this purpose. The people have been
studying the matter over, and many
are afraid that the proposed paving,
from three-fourths of an inch up to
two inches will not stand the strain
to be put upon it. If it will not, a
system of thin pavement will be noth nothing
ing nothing but a lot of money thrown away.
Stories have come here about roads

laid down in other counties four to
six years ago, and expected to last
forever, that are now rapidly going
to pieces. Roads, like the deacon's
one-horse shay, when they begin to
go to pieces generally go all at once.
We have seen in the last few days
speciments of three-inch paving that
has broken thru.
The Star advocated the bond issue,
but it is ready to admit that it might
have made a mistake. At any rate,

if a majority of the people have
changed their minds about the mat matter,
ter, matter, their wishes should be heeded.
We should not lay any roads or
streets that will not bear any vehicle
in use. There will be little sense in
putting three-quarter inch paving on
a street because we hope that no
two-ton truck will ever roll over it.
That would be as lacking in good

management as to build a standard standard-gauge
gauge standard-gauge trunk line railroad with narrow-gauge
branch lines. Every road
and every street should be built to
stand the maximum traffic, and it is
better to build a mile or two a year
and have it permanent than to build
twenty or thirty miles in a year and
have it break up in a few months or
a year or two.
Following is the plan for applying
the new paving when the bonds are
sold. Let the people study it over
and decide if they want to risk it,
especially the three-quarter inch, and
let the council know what they think.
Plan of Street Paving
The council with the approval of
the mayor unanimously decided to
adopt the following plan of street

paving to be done subject to the re result
sult result of the bond election:
A heavy type of permanent paving

(1 to 2 inches wearing surface)

will be laid on the following streets:

North Magnolia street from the

city limits to the brick paving; North

Main street from Washington street
to May street; Oklawaha avenue
from Osceola street to Silver Springs
road; the Dixie Highway route from
Fort King avenue to the city limits
on the south.
A lighter type of permanent pav.
ing (4 inch to one inch wearing sur surface)
face) surface) will be laid on the following
streets:
West Broadway or Exposition
street from the old city limits to the
brick paving on Broadway; Academy
street from West Broadway street to
Howard Academy; Pine street from
West Broadway street to Third
street; Third street from Pine street
to Herbert street; South Magnolia
street from Fort King avenue to
Eighth street; Eighth stret from
Lime sweet to Lake Weir avenue;
Orange street from Eighth street to
the hospital; Lime street from Third
street to Tenth street; Dunnellon road
from Lime street to the old city

limits; Washington street from Mag Magnolia
nolia Magnolia street to Watula street; Watula
street from Ocklawaha avenue to
Adams street; Adams street from
Watula street to Tuscawilla street;
Tuscawilla street from Adams street
to Oklawaha avenue; Tuscawilla
street from Oklawaha avenue to
Eighth street; Anthony road from
Oklawaha avenue to Hill street;
Fifth street from Tuscawilla street
to Herbert street; May street from
Main street to Magnolia street.
All of the paving proposed will be

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Tire Prices Reduced

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Refusal of the Americans to let the I contract or in the city. grades to be established.

C. Cecil Bryant 1

PUBLIC ACCOUNTANT
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DIAMOND Non-Skid, 30x3.
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Yoa can always get fresh or salt water fish, shrimp, etc., at the City
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OCALA EVENING STAR, MONDAY, APRIL 18, 1921

We Solicit
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We have "opened a cleaning
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Ocala House block. Besides
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Jresses, silks, satins, crepes
and fancy woolens. All the
latest methods are used in including
cluding including the French Dry
Cleaning process.
All orders receive prompt
attention, and goods are call called
ed called for and delivered in any
,)art of the city. All work
guaranteed satisfactory.
This department is 'under
the personal supervision of
Mr. F. W. Broderick.
Out of town orders Solicit Solicited.
ed. Solicited. We pay return parcel,
post on all work.
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"THE FASHION CENTER

The. board of public instruction in

and for Marion county met the 5th
day of April, 1921, in regular session
with W. T. Gary, chairman. C R.

Veal and A. J. Stephens present.
Minutes of last meeting read and
approved.

Messrs. D. Fant and Henry Nettles

of Oak Hill school, presented bill for
conveying pupils to Fairfield. It waa

agreed that Mr. Nettles be paid $50
for the last month's service and Mr.

Fant for the next month.
Mr. Webb of Kendrick came to dis

cuss the proposed new school bund

ing at Kendrick, and asked that work
begin at once. The board authorized
Mr. Webb to begin the construction of
the building as soon as everything
was legal and satisfactory to the
trustees.
Communication from the trustees
of the Sparr sub-school district ask asking
ing asking that board arrange for borrowing
money on their district for the pur purpose
pose purpose of continuing their school an another
other another month with Citra. So ordered.
Messrs. Flux and Dawson, repre representing
senting representing C. II. Johnson, contractor,
presented their bid for putting new
roof on Citra high school building,
and making such explanations as the
board asked.
Bids were then opened, and as
there were only two, one from Paul
Durand and the other from C. H.
Johnson, the board made several in in-y.i:ries
y.i:ries in-y.i:ries as to whether it would be best
to use Carey's built up roof or tin.
After some discussion with Mr. Red Red-citt,
citt, Red-citt, trustee at Citra, it was decided
to postpone action until next morning
that w4 might hear from Mr. Dupree,
another trustee of Citra.
Beard adjourned to meet Wednes Wednesday
day Wednesday morning, April 6th. Board met

Wednesda ymorning with all mem mem-bere
bere mem-bere present.

Bank accounts examined and found

correct.

Mr. J. H. Brinson called in behalf of

the Jean's fund and negro education.

Board refused to employ Wylma Mc Mc-Duffy
Duffy Mc-Duffy as industrial supervisor of ne negro
gro negro schools for another two months,

but would consider same for another
term, also the promotion of a sum

mer school in the county for negro
teachers this summer, as the Jean's

fund would pay half the expense.

Messrs. Neville, Cocowitch and

Tullis, trustees of the Dunnellon high

school, called to discuss school affairs
with the board.

Mr. Dupree phoned from Citra that

he and Mr. Redditt had made a thoro
examination of the roof of the Citra

high school building and recommend recommended
ed recommended Carey's built up roof for recover recovering
ing recovering same. After securing further in information
formation information as to the quality of the
roof from Marx & Sheftall, Jackson

ville architects, Mr. Johnson's bid for

furnishing and applying Carey's seven

course built up roof and raising the

woodwork in valleys so they will be

higher than the outlets for the sum of

$846.50 was accepted, work to be
done when Citra school has closed.
Secretary ordered to draw contract
with C. H. Johnson for same.
Teachers' reports and sundry bills
weer examined and ordered paid by
warrants beginning with warrant No.

C3G02 and ending with No. C 3739,

with the exception of C3698, which
was issued to take up note of $5500
at the Munroe & Chambliss National
Bank.
Board adopted the mid-term promo

tion to begin with the beginning of

the next school year in the Ocala

grammar school as recommended by

faculty and trustees.

No further business the board ad adjourned
journed adjourned to meet in special meeting

Saturday, April 9th.
Special Meeting

The board ox public instruction in
and for Marion county met the 9th

day of April, 1921, in special session

with W. T. Gary, chairman, C. R. Veal

and A. J. Stephens present.

Teachers' reports and sundry bills

examined and ordered paid by war

rants beginning with No. C3743 and

ending with C3766, with the exception

of C3762, C3763 and C3766, which

were renewal warrants and for pay

ment of interest.

A nota for $10,000 becoming due at

the Ocala National Bank, was renew

ed bv warrant No. C3740. interest

paid by warrant No. C3741.
The petition which has been ad

vertised for the last four weeks for

the calling of an election to create a
special tax school district to be known
as Grahamville special tax school dis

trict was presented to the board. After

checking the names on the petition it

was found that one-fourth of the
Qualified electors had signed. The

board ordered the secretary to adver advertise
tise advertise for calling the election.
Messrs. E. O. Cordrey, P. L. Duri

soe and W. B. Fore were appointed in inspectors
spectors inspectors of said election and C. H.
Rogers, clerk.
The financial question was discuss discussed
ed discussed and secretary and chairman au authorized
thorized authorized to make arrangement to
meet the situation.
No further business the board ad adjourned
journed adjourned to meet at regular time, May
3, 1921. H. G. Shealy, Sec'y.

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OCAtA EVENING STAR. MONDAY, APRIL 18, 1921

Cash and Carry Meat Market
CRAWFORD PASTEUR, Prop..
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Located in the CRESCENT GROCERY CO.'s Store
We handle all fed Beet the very best Veal and
Pork Cheap. Pay for your meat and not your
neighbor's who does not pay for his.

FED FLORIDA STEERS

iHound Steak ; .30c
Other Steaks 24
Brisket Stew MV2C
Hamburger 23c

Loin Steaks 30c
Good Roast 24c
Rib and Flank 1 5c
Liver 24c

FINE PORK

Pork Chops 25c
Pork Stew 20c

Pork Hams 25c
Pork Livers 25c

Veal Chops
Veal Stews

BEST OF VEAL
38c Veal Roast 33c
... 20c Veal Liver 25c

FIRST QUALITY WESTERN
Round Steak 40c Loin Steaks 40c
Good Roast 38c Good Stews 20c
WESTERN LAMB

Lamb Chops 50c Lamb Leg
Lamb Ribs .35c Lamb Flank
We ask you for your patronage and
Thank You in. advance.

40c
25c

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MAIN STREET MARKET

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Funeral Directors
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Two Licensed Embalmers
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GAINESVILLE WOX THE GAME
The Gainesville hifh school team

I came over Saturday, and defeated our

i high school team by 12 to 2. Our
If you have any society items for boys made a game fight but were out out-the
the out-the Star, please call five-one. I weighed and outplayed- A full report

of the game will be erven tomorrow,

Mr. A. j. tfrigance or Jacksonville,
spent Saturday and Sunday in Ocala.

This is a Studebaker year. tf
Mr. Paul Graham spent the week weekend
end weekend in town, visiting friends.

There's no extra charge for clean cleaning
ing cleaning your fish at the City Fish Market.
Phone 158. tf

Mr. and Mrs. Bradford Webb, Mrs.
J. B. Webb and Miss Julia Webb of
Kendrick left today for St. Peters Petersburg
burg Petersburg to attend the Grand Chapter,
O. E. S., which meets in that city this
week.

Commenting upon the superior ex excellence
cellence excellence of Federal Bakery rolls, one

customer says "Decidedly different

and deucedly dainty." 16-6t

The sewing circle of the Eastern
Star will meet at the Masonic hall to tomorrow
morrow tomorrow afternoon.

All Garcia de Ora cigars wrapped

in tin foil; 10 cents zll dealers. 25-lm

Mr. Chas. L. Fox of St. Petersburg

is spending a few days in Ocala with
his mother, Mrs. Mamie Fox.

Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Davies and lit

tle daughter, Lucy expect to leave

early tomorrow morning in their car J

for Jacksonville. Mr. Davies will re- V ANTED- Rags; must be well laun-I
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daughter will remain for several J table or bed linen or underwear pre- j WANTED Position

weeks as the guests of Mr. and Mrs.! ierred. tovr cents per pound. Star

E. J. Davies.

Mrs. J. D. Robertson will entertain

at auction this week week on Tues

day and Wednesday afternoons.

BICYCLES Just received a ship-! FOR SALE Genuine Porto Rico

ment of high grade bicycles which

will be sold on easy payment plan. B.

F. Condon, Ocala, Fla. 18-6t

FOR SALE Ford touring car in first

class condition. Price $275. Apply
to R. R. Carroll, Ocala, Fla. 18-3t

Mr. C. B. Withers of Sebastian, who
has been spending a few days in

Ocala with his wife, will return home

tomorrow.

They've a delicious taste besides

they are made in a 100 per cent san

itary Shop those rolls. Federal Bak
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The friends of Dr. C. B. Ayer will
be glad to learn that he is steadily
improving from his recent illness and

is now at his home on Oklawaha ave

nue.

Garqia de Ora, that mild Havana

I filler; 10 cents all dealers. 25-lm

The Business and Professional

Woman's Club will hold a social

meeting at the club rooms tomorrow
evening at 8 o'clock. All members

are urged to attend.

Our Bathing Caps are pretty and

durable. All fresh stock. Gerig's

Drug Store. tf

Mrs. J. F. Crosby of Glennville,
Ga., arrived in Ocala yesterday. Mrs

Crosby has accepted a position with

the Ford garage, and will make her

home with Mrs. S. C. M. Thomas.

Nice destroys the odor of perspira

tion, 25 cents at Gerig's Drug tSore. tf

Mrs,. Helen Rosendale, who has
been spending the winter in St Pe Petersburg,
tersburg, Petersburg, stopped in Ocala en route
to her home in Chicago, and is the
guest of Mrs. Mamie Fox for a few

days.

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1
f LOST Liver and white bird dog with
two purities of same color. Lost

il lYUFPTIQFlVi FINITE around Gary hammock southwest
tJ 7 JLTil aUOllLil iO 0f city. Reward for their return to

O'Neal & Holly Garage. ll-f

WANTED. LOST. FOUND. FOR t

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, S3. Payable in advance.

FOR SALE Five-room house and
bath, with lights and water; large
yard with garage; fine growing
garden; chicken house with yard
fenced off for chickens; in sight of
high school building.-Will sell cheap
for cash. Owner 'going narth to
other business interests. Apply to

Mrs. J. W. McDonald, 211 E. 8th j
St., Ocala, Fla. 15-3t i

APARTMENTS FOR RENT Ad Address
dress Address "A" care Star.' Four rooms
with private bath, $25 per month. 3t
WANTED To rent, four or five five-room
room five-room house in a good location, close
in. Address, "House," C Star. 6t
WANTED Somebody to clear lantf
near Burbank by contract. Commu Communicate
nicate Communicate with Carle Wolfe, box 555,
Daytona Beach. Fla. 12-6t
WANTED A thoroughly competent
competent lady stenographer wants
position where ability to- properly
punctuate and construct correspon-d-nce
nil! be appreciated. Apply
to -Competent" care Star. 14-6t

office.

31-t :

by first class

cook in hoteL boarding house, cafe
or private family. Apply to Ed.
Dow!,607 N. Magnolia St. 18-3t

plants. 8 to 12 in. long, government j FOR SALE Pair of mare mules,
inspected; nc weavels or disease. seven years old, sound and in good
Guaranteed immediate delivery. ; condition: $250 for the m!r. Rao

B. F. Condon, Ocala.. Fla. 18-6t

$1.75 per thousand, express collect.
Write for p:i-es on vines. C. H.

Cooner. 746 Wyominia St, Ocala, J LOST Bunch of keys in postoffice.
Fla. Phone 389. 30-tf j Return to Star office. "L." 18-3t

Rev. C. E. Wyatt of DeLand. has;

recently suffered a personal loss in;

the fire which destroyed the Christian j

lyirsonage of that place, lne nre ong-. 1
mated in the kitchen, from the exnlo-' mTZnmmTmmmmmmmmmmmmammmmmmmimm'mmmm

sion'of an oil stove, and was not dis- J 'H:i&HH,; &H-K -K"K)3 (jr(&r$fy

covered until it has made good head-;

way, as no one was in the house at ICE)
the time except their little son, Col-! S

ins, who ran out and told of the fire. ?v

The damage to the parsonage was

over $700, besides a loss of personal
and household goods.

Meet me at the Union Station

Restaurant for a regular family style
dinner Best dinner in the state for 75

cents. Eat and drink all you want.

Dinner 11 a. m. to 2:30 D. tn. Owned 137

and operated by 100 Americans, tf

W. K. Lane, M. D physician andi

nirgeon, specialist eye, ear, nose and

throat. Office over 5 and 10 cent store

Ocala. Fla. Adv. tf i

YOUNG-MERRIN CO.
CIVIL EAGIftEERS AND SURVEYORS
Licensed under the laws of. the State of Florida
Surveys Plats Reports
Highways Drainage Phosphate
Capt. Edward Drake is associated
with us and in charge of our Phos Phosphate
phate Phosphate Mine and Plant Department.
fllllces, 33-34 Holder BIdg. Phone No. 543
OCALATLORIDA

BIG BARGAIN

All children's hose excepting Won-j

der Hose on sale, 16c. this week at'

FISHEL'S. Not' only two pairs to a

customer. FISHEL'S. 18-6t :

. V. ROBERTS. Phone 305

BARNEY SPENCER. Phone 431

USED CAR BARGAINS
One Stearns-Knight eight.
One 6-cylinder ,5-passenger Over

land.

One small five-passenger Overland.
One Chevrolet Baby Grand..
One 1919 Maxwell touring car.
.One Maxwell 1-ton truck.
Anyone wishing a real car bargain
on easy terms should call and look
these over. B. F. CONDON,
18-6t Ocala, Fla.
NOTICE

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

Office Phone 350

Ocala, Florida

217 West Broadway

FOR SALE Sweet peas. Apply to

D. E. Swindell, W. Adams street,
phone 270. 18-6t

Mrs. L. T. Izlar leaves tonight for
South Carolina, where she expects to
spend the summer with her children.
In June she will be joined by Mr. and
Mrs. Valmore Izlar of New Orleans,
for a short visit.

Keep the hands and face soft with
ILASOL. 50 cents the bottle at
Gerig's Drug Store.

Mr. Charles H. Weikthe, efficient
chef of the Bonita Fishing Club at
Vassey Island, is among the business
visitors in the city. He is accom accompanied
panied accompanied by Mr. G. T. Lewis, who has
charge of the erection of the new an annex
nex annex to the club house.

If you smoke cigars why rot get
the best? Call for Garcia de Ora;
10 cents all dealers. 25-lm

Real Bargains in
Berlin-Jones

High Class Writing Paper

Seven Shades

The following out of town visitors
were in the city today: Mrs. A. P.
Monroe and Mrs. A. R. Clarkson, of
Citra; Mr. and Mrs. Denmark of
Summerfreld; Mr. and Mrs. Frank
Haviland, Mrs. Tremere and Miss
Minnie Tremere of Belleview.

Dazira Face Powder is satisfying,
and the odor is dainty. Ask to see it
at Gerig's Drug Store. tf

Mr. F. E. Wetheibee is spending a
few days in Ocala with his family,
having come from his orange grove
on Lake Harris, near Leesburg. His
friends will be glad to know that
since going to his grove his health
has improved and he seems to have
gotten entirely well.

You -will be more than delighted
when you try a box of our delicious
Log cibin Candy, and our Martha
Washington Candy. THE VOGUE is

quick uelivery of our QUALITY ICE

Notice is hereby given that it is
the intention of the undersigned to
apply to the 1921 session of the leg legislature
islature legislature of the state of Florida for the
enactment of a special act authorizing
the board of county commissioners of

Marion county, Florida, to levy a spe special
cial special tax, annually, not to exceed one one-quarter
quarter one-quarter of one mill, upon the real and
a. a.-.

personal property in saia county w
provide funds for community welfare
work in the city of Ocala and Marion
countv. Florida.

Signed: Mrs. Editn u. xyamgs.
Endorsed by Ocala Woman's Club, 1
Mrs. H. C. Dozier. President, Mrs.!

Harvey Clark, Recording Secretary.
3-7-9tmon

-

STATIONERY WEEK
Berlin-Jones
Correspondence' Cards
Elegant Designs
Per Box 75c Upward
April 20-27

COURT PHARMACY

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
Leave Arrivt
2:20 am Jacksonville-NTfork 2:10 aza
1:55 pm Jacksonville 1:50 pm
4:17 pm Jacksonville 3:50 pra
2:15 am Tampa-
Manatee-St Petrsbrg 4:05 pm
2:55 am NTork-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 4:05pm
ATLANTIC COAST LINE R. R.
Leave Arrive
2:27 am Jacksonville-NTork 2:33 am
1:45 pm Jksonville-Gainsville 3:24 pm
6:42 am Jksouville-Gansville 10:13 pm
2:33 am St.Petsbrg-Lakeland 2:27 am
3:24 pm St.Petsbrg-Lakeland 1:25 pm
7:10am Dunnellon-Wilcox
7:25am Dunellon-Lkeland 11:03 pm
3:30 pm Homosassa 1:25 pm

at yo-- service. Phone 5S0 or 553 fori iuu;pm ieesourg ,?-Mn
. ,. rn.rrpv i4:45 pm Gameaville 11:50 am

Monday, Wednesday, Fnday.

AFTER EVERY MEAL

Mint leaf peppermint or lus luscious
cious luscious Juicy fruit either
flavor Is a treat for your
sweet tooth.
And all aire equally good for
you. Teeth, appetite and
digestion all benefit.
Your nerves will say "thank
you. your vim will respond.
WRJCLEY'S is liked for what
It does as well as for Its BIG
value at the small cost of 5c
The Flavor Lasts

CREAM.

29-tf

'Tuesday, Tbarsday, Saturday.

SCALES RETT

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