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OGALA, FLORIDA, TUESDAY, APRIL 26: 11)21
OCALA IS DETERMINED THAT THE STATE CAPITAL
SHALL BE LOCATED IN THE CENTER OF FLORIDA
A Capital Removal Club Has Been Organized Here to Put
the Claims of Ocala Before the People.
Ocala is determined that the cap capital
ital capital of Florida shall be located in the
center of the state. At a meeting held
yesterday afternoon in the Board of
Trade room of the Capital Removal'
Club, which was organized several
months ago at a meeting in the court
house for the purpose of having the
capital located here, plans were made
calling for a fully financed campaign
to put the claims of Ocala before the
people of Florida. Ocala's claim is
that she is the logical center for the
seat of government, being in the geo geographical
graphical geographical center of the state, and
most accessible from every point. The
women as well as the men in the city
and the county will work to have the
capital here. Representatives of the
Capital Removal Club have already
been in Tallahassee and others will go
The following telegram was sent
yesterday afternoon by the Capital
Removal Club to the Marion county
legislative aetegauuii tn. ahumo3cc
"Capital Removal Club which met
this afternoon to hear reports of the
delegation mat naa Deen in iaua.ua: iaua.ua:-see
see iaua.ua:-see is determined to work with you in
every way possible to secure removal
of capital to Ocala. Will send further
delegations to Tallahassee, and will
conduct publicity campaign to put
Ocala's claims before the people."
ROTARY CLUB ON RECORD
The Rotary Club at the meeting this
noon, went on record as favoring the
removal of the capital to the center
v Vio cnfo ami. therefore, to Ocala.
V. vv w-- r
The following resolution was unani unanimously
mously unanimously adopted:
"Whereas, the government of Flor Florida
ida Florida can be most economically and effi efficiently
ciently efficiently conducted from a point cen cen-trally
trally cen-trally located in the state; and,
"Whereas, Ocala is in the geo geographical
graphical geographical center of Florida, and most
accessible from every point in the
state; therefore be it
"Resolved, That the Ocala Rotary
Club does hereby go on record as fa favoring
voring favoring the removal of the state cap capital
ital capital to Ocala, and that the club co cooperate
operate cooperate in every way possible with
the Capital Removal Club m attain attaining
ing attaining this end."
Talks on the removal of the capital
were made before the Rotary Club by
Mr. H. M. Hampton and Mr. A. C.
Cobb, who have been in Tallahassee
as representatives of the Capital Re Removal
moval Removal Club. Bith Mr. Hampton and
Mr. Cobb spoke most optimistically
concerning the removal of the state
government to Ocala.
The Rotarians had as their special
guest today Col. John M. Martin, one
of the city's oldest and most dis dis-.:..;oitwi
.:..;oitwi dis-.:..;oitwi oitiTiina sn1 t.Vie nnlv liv-
blllgUIOUCU t,tw.j, -- t r
ing member of the Confederate Con Congress.
gress. Congress. Other guests at the luncheon
were Dr. E. G. Peek, D. B. Mayo and
WILL TRY TO SALVAGE
THE U. S. S. ISIS
St. Augustine, April 26. Much in interest
terest interest attaches to the forthcoming at attempt
tempt attempt to salvage the U. S. S. Isis,
which sank off the coast of Anastasia
Island, near Crescent Beach, almost a
year ago, because of a new method to
be used by the ship wreckers.
Shquld the vessel be raised, by the
new method, it is said the work of
salvaging treasures will be greatly
The method known as the sea mole,
is a device for burrowing under the-jtio
wreck, and with the aid of cables and
large pontoons f orr is a cradle with
which to lift the submerged vessel.
The Isis formerly was the pleasure
yacht of A. G. Spalding, but at the J
time it foundered was in the-service!
of the U. S. geodetic survey. I
OCALA SHOULD FOLLOW
Miami, April 25. Thursday half half-holidays
holidays half-holidays in Miami will begin the first
Tuesday s in May and continue until
Show your appreciation of the in industrious
dustrious industrious spirit of the eighth grade
O. H. S. by going to see the "Fairy
Conspiracy," at the Temple theater
Thursday evening. 26-3t
Speeding Boat and Rushing Train
Scorch the Rails and Split the Main
1 (Associated Press)
Southport, N. C, April 26. The
speed boat. Gar II., racing the Atlan Atlantic
tic Atlantic Coast Line Havana special from
Miami to New York, arrived there at
12:50 today and after taking onfuel
letf at 1:05. Gar Wood said heKvas
half a day ahead of his schedule and
expected to reach New York late to tomorrow.
morrow. tomorrow. He expected to anchor 100
miles northeast of Morehead City to tonight
night tonight and resume the trip early to tomorrow,
morrow, tomorrow, reaching Norfolk by 8 a. m.
BURNING THE BREEZE
Rocky Mount, N. C, April 26. The
A. C. L. Havana special whose time
between Havana and New York the
speed boat Gar II. is trying to beat!,
passed Rocky Mount on time at 11:35
ARRESTED ON A
The Star regrets that Jack Gallo
way has been arrested on the charge
of breaking and entering and that
the evidence against him is strong.
When the little "export" lunch
room in the southeast corner of the
Ocala House opened for business Mon Monday
day Monday morning, it was found that it had
been entered during the night, the
cash register broken into and also the
Salvation Army card cut open. About
$15 had been taken from the register
and perhaps three or four dollars
from the card.
Marshal Gordon was called in, and
after looking around found evidence
that he thought led toward Galloway,
and following it found enough to jus justify
tify justify him in arresting the young man.
Jack had been seeh near the place
the night before. Part of the money
taken was in dollar bills, very old and
worn. And the party who broke open
the card had slightly cut his fingers,
leaving blood on the card.
The marshal went to Jack's board boarding
ing boarding house, and found he had paid his
landlady some money but a short
time before. Jack was out, but the
marshal went to his room and found
there his khaki pants, which he had
thrown aside quite recently. There
were bloodstains on the pants, as tho'
they had been sprinkled there from a
slight cut, without the knowledge of
Following the trail, Mr. Gordon
soon found a store where Jack had
made some purchases and in return
haid given some old and tattered dol dollar
lar dollar bills, like those taken from the
Jack was arrested and is now in
custody, but the time of his hearing
has not been set. He has many
friends here, all of whom are sorry he
is in such a predicament, and will be
glad to have him prove himself in-
DREADED IS MEXICO
Mexico City, April 26.-Governors
nf t"he various states of Mexico have
been instructed to use every precau-
nto prevent disorders on May Day.
General orders have been sent from
the workmen's headquarters here for
labor demonstrations throughout the
RAILWAY MEN RENIG
Now Halfway Between the Govern Government
ment Government and Striking Miners
London, April 26. The railway
men's union has instructed its mem members
bers members not to handle coal from colliery
.;); nr- from overseas. Sir Eric
C lUUL -J r
Geddes minister ofl transportation,
announced in the house of commons
today. He characterized the order as
a grave step.
This is a Studebaker year.
MIAMI IS GOOD
AT RAISING MONEY
Its Quota and a Thousand Dollars
Over for the Salvation
Miami, April 26. More than one
thousand dollars more than its quota
was subscribed by Miami for the Sal Salvation
vation Salvation Army in the nation-wide cam campaign
paign campaign which closed yesterday.
GIVE THE LEGISLATORS
TEN DOLLARS A DAY
Tallahassee, April 25. The first
time a call of counties is made in the
House this week for the introduction
of new bills there will be one dropped
in the hopper for the purpose of in increasing
creasing increasing the, pay of the members of
the legislature to ten dollars a day.
The measure has already been drawn
and will be presented -by Representa Representative
tive Representative Busto, of Monroe county. It will
of course be in the nature of a joint
resolution proposing an amendment to
the constitution and will have to be
ratified by the popular vote of the
people before it can become effective.
VICTORY WAY CONCERT
The Ocala Woman's Club announces
a delightful home talent program at
the club rooms Tuesday evening, May
3rd at 8:30. This wjll be a benefit for
the Victory Way. Everybody wel welcome.
come. welcome. Come out and help the cause.
Admission 50 cents.
.HOSPITAL AT LAKE CITY
PROVING A SUCCESS
Lake City, April 26. The United
States Public Health Service hospital
here after a month's operation, has
proved satisfactory, according to of officials
ficials officials and patients. A new ward is
being added, and work on the main
building has been virtually completed.
The Red Cross and Knights of Co Columbus
lumbus Columbus are administering to the va various
rious various wants of the .patients which are
not included in the regular bill of
Part of the milk consumed at the
hospital is being furnished by a herd
of cows, obtained by the institution,
and it is expected that shortly 'the
hospital will have acquired enough
cows to supply all of its needs."
CONDITION OF THE SPUD CROP
Washington, April 26. While the
area planted to early Irish potatoes
this year was some 6000 acres less
than last year, the condition of the
crop on April 1 was much better than
a year ago, accordin gto the depart department
ment department of agriculture. The condition was
93 ier cent of normal on that date
I compared with 75 per cent a year ago.
The area planted was 16,600 acres,
while last year the acreage was 22,987
acres. The acre yield was 31 bushels
last year, the total production 3563
cars of 200 barrels each.
REDUCED FARES FOR
STATE LEGION REUNION
Orlando, April 26. Reduced rail railroad
road railroad rates will be granted delegates
to the annual state reunion here May
13-17 of the American Legion, accord-
ling to announcement by State Adju
tant Lowry at Tampa. The round
trip rate will be one and one-half
times the regular fare for one way.
Local committees have already
raised more than $5000 towards the
desired $800 for the entertainment of
the veterans. It is expected 10,000
visitors will attend.
LUMMUS BOUGHT A FINE HOME
Miami, April 26. J. E. Lummus,
president of the Southern Bank, has
bought for $120,000 the residence of
I.. . . r i
jtne late r a. .worse, agem. lor lanus
'owned by the Florida East Coast Rail Rail-ay.
ay. Rail-ay. Cut down Ford. Good shape. Good
tires; $150 Spencer-Pedrick Motor
Representative of Florida in
Kosciusko Squadron is
Safe at Riga
Riga, April 26. Captain Merion
Cooper, of Jacksonville, Fla., the
Kosciusko Squadron flier shot dojyn
on the Polish front and captured by
the bolsheviki Jast July, escaped from
a prison camp near Moscow April 12
and arrived in Riga today.
Cooper was accompanied here by
two Polish officers. The American
aviator while serving with the Poles
in their operations last summer dis disappeared
appeared disappeared behind the soviet lines in
Galicia, July 13th. It was learned
last September he was a prisoner in
Russia. Numerous efforts have been
made since to obtain his release, but
. The following original invitation
was issued by circle No. 3 of the mis missionary
sionary missionary society of the Presbyterian
On Monday evening at 8 o'clock
At the home of Mrs. G. S. Scott
4 We're going to have lots of fun
And plenty to eat,
And all we want ithe
Size of your feet.
Take the number of your shoe
And multiply by five.
Take the number of your child's
Shoe and multiply by one,
And we hope that you and your
family will come.
In response to the invitation a large
crowd went to the home of Mr. and
Mrs. G. S. Scott, anticipating a de delightful
lightful delightful time an da pleasant evening,
and they were not disappointed.
Mrs. Scott acted as hostess of the
evening, greeting the people as they
arrived. She was assisted during the
evening by Mrs. Allison Wartmann,
Mrs. M. W. Lloyd, Mrs. Fred Robinson
and Mrs. Grider Perkins, of the en entertainment
tertainment entertainment committee. From the
time one entered the door, where your
feet were Measured by Mr. Harry
Borland, to the time '.one departed
there was not a dull moment. Prob Probably
ably Probably one of the most amusing of the
guessing contests was that of the
originals of old photographs of mem members
bers members of the Presbyterian church. The
pictures as well as the guesses
brought forth gales of laughter.
The entire house was beautifully
decorated with Easter lilies and sweet
peas. The dining room was unusually
pretty with its color scheme of pink.
In the center of the table was placed
a big bow lof pink poppies and from
the chandelier and the four corners
of the room were suspended pink
streamers' The refreshments consist consisting
ing consisting of strawberry ice, a variety of
home made cake and coffee, were
served cafeteria style. Mrs. R. G.
Blake, Mrs. R. B. Bullock, Mrs. T. W.
Troxler and Mrs. John Taylor had
charge of the refreshments. The
plates were unusually pretty, with
their lace doilies surrounded by pink
crepe paper ruffles, fourther carrying
out the pink motif.
The affair proved most delightful,
and a very "enjoyable evening was
spent besides bringing in for the
circle very substantial returns, the
amount of $60 being made.
GRACE WILL FACE
A COURT AGAIN
Has Been Tried So Often that
Prisoner's Dock Seems
Miami, April 26. Grace Howell,
who shot and killed her husband here
three years ago, will be tried for the
fifth time on a murder charge. Offi Officers
cers Officers have been sent to bring her here
from the state insane asylum, where
she was committed for observation
after her fourth trial.
ELEVEN OWNED UP
Miami, April 26. Eleven men pled
guilty in federal court here today to
charges of violating the prohibition
The fairy dance led by Chivalette y
Smith, the fairy queen, at the Temple
theater Thursday evening will be one j
of the special features. Be sure to
go out and take your friends with
you. It's for a good cause. 26-3t
Germany is Desperately Maneuvering
to Put America Between Her
and the Allies
Berlin,, April 26. It .was definitely
learned today that Germany "in the
event the" United States and the Allies
so desire, is willing according to the
extent of her ability and capacity to
assume allied obligations to the Unit United
ed United States," says a clause in her coun counter
ter counter proposals. With this exception the
counter proposals forwarded to Wash Washington
ington Washington included the offer of two hun hundred
dred hundred billion gold "marks virtually as
forecast in yesterday's Associated
Press dispatches from this city.
"ACCORDING TO ABILITY"
Germany offers to pay fifty billion
gold marks, the present value of
which converted into annuities totals
two hundred billion gold marks. The
payments under this proposal wouldigreat tasks he is confronting and
be made according to her ability
Berlin, April 26. ;An arbitration
proposal by Germany tor determining
the total amount due from her on rep reparations
arations reparations is contained in the repara reparations
tions reparations note forwarded to Washington.
The clause says: "Germany suggests
the appointment of an unbiased com commission
mission commission to fix the total sum of her
war reparations, which she pledges to
accept as binding and to carry out in
Germany, adds the note, would wel welcome
come welcome any suggestions from th"e Amer American
ican American government for further negotia negotiations
tions negotiations or for changes in the present
Washington, April 26. Germany's
counter proposals regarding repara reparations
tions reparations were received today at the state
department and it is understood they
were laid before the cabinet at its
regular meeting. Just before the cab cabinet
inet cabinet met it was announced the mem memorandum
orandum memorandum from Berlin "was received
during the night.
NO DECISION ANNOUNCED
The cabinet discussed the German
proposal at length but if any decision
was reached the fact was carefully
concealed. Those attending the meet-
ing maintained absolute silence and
would not say even that the German
communication wa staken up. It was
known, however, that "Secretary of
State Hughes laid it before President
Harding and his advisers.
THE CROP SITUATION
Gainesville, April 26.i-The cola
snap of last week slightly damaged
crops in some localities, and cool
nights and continued dry weather
over a large part of the state have
checked plant growth, according to
the report of the bureau of crop esti estimates
mates estimates of the federal department of
agriculture in its weekly review of
crop conditions in Florida for the
week ending April 23.
The stand of corn is generally good
but it is making slow growth. Oats
are being harvested with fine harvest harvesting
ing harvesting weather prevailing. The yields
are generally low.
Recent rains in the cotton section
of the state have been beneficial to
The Irish potato crop continues to
move rapidly. Planting of sweet po potatoes
tatoes potatoes is going forward in West Flor Florida.
ida. Florida. The pueninsula is waiting for
Rains in West Florida have im improved
proved improved the condition of hay.
The condition of tobacco is reported
Dry weather is having an adverse
effect on range cattle. Hogs are in
good condition and marketing is pro proceeding
ceeding proceeding at a lively pace.
Melons and truck are reported as
recovering from the frost damage of
The bureau reports that the sugar
cane acreage will show a healthy in increase
crease increase over last year. The condition
of early peanuts is good but a de decrease
crease decrease in acreage is said to be prob
Everybody should go to see the
"Fairy Conspiracy" at Temple theater
Thursday evening between pictures.
Admission 50 and 35 cents, including
the picture show. 26-3t
Reo 1918 seven-passenger. Good
tires, etc; $425. Spencer-Pedrick
Motor company. 25-tf
HELP OF THE PRESS
President Could Not Attend Meetiag
in New York Today, but was
Pledged the Good Will of
Hia Fellow Publishers
f Associated Preu)
New York. April 26 A letter from
President Harding bespeaking a con
tinuance of the lofty motives that in
spired American newspapers during
the war was read today at the annual
funcheon of the Associated Press at
the Waldorf-Astoria. Regretting that
he could not attend the luncheon of.
fellow publishers, the president ex expressed
pressed expressed the hope that the administra administration
tion administration would-be able to deserve and re retain
tain retain the lavsh measure of good will
and confidence accorded him thus far.
Frank B. Noyes, president of the
Associated Press, in behalf of the
gathering, pledged its support and
sympathy to President Harding in the
gave the only toast offered on these
occasions to the president of the
The guest of honor at the luncheon,
which is held in connection with the
annual meeting, was John W. Davis,
formerly ambassador to Great Brit Britain,
ain, Britain, who made his first appearance be before
fore before the members as general counsel
of the Associated Press."
PRICES RECEIVED FOR TRUCK
Washington, April 26. Average of
prices paid to producers of truck,
crops in Florida for the month of
Feb. 15 to March 15 as reported to the
department' of agriculture were:
Cabage, 86 cents a crate; celery
$1.81 a crate; lettuce $1.71 a crate;
early Irish potatoes $2.99; strawber strawberries
ries strawberries 38 cents a quart; tomatoes $3.57
a crate; cauliflower $2.42 a crate; egg
plant $3.42 a crate; green peas $2.90 a
crate; peppers $3.25 a crate.
GOOD REPORT ON
NEAR EAST RELIEF
Washington, April 26. Accounting
for the disbusement of $13,129417 in
1920 and a total of $60,000,000 to
date, including flour, clothing and
medical supplies, the annual report of
Near E?' Relief, incorporated by
Congress August 6, 1919, was filed
with Congress yesterday by Charles
V. Vickery, general secretary of the
relief organization. The report in includes
cludes includes an auditors statement by a
fir mof chartered accountants, whose
travel ing auditors in the field check
on all expenditures by the Near East
Relief. A balance on hand of $367,219
As to the accomplishments of the
organization, Mr. Vickrey's report
shows 711 American and Canadian
relief workers, including physicians,
surgeons, nurses, mechanics, indus industrial
trial industrial experts, enginers, agriculturists,
teachers', administrators, orphanage
experts, supply, transportation and
general relief workers employed on
little more than a volunteer basis,
while 87.291 native workers have
been used by the Near East Relief
organization. According to the re report,
port, report, 63 hospitals, with 6522 beds, 128
clinics, 11 rescue homes, 299 orphan orphanages
ages orphanages accommodating 54,600 children
in orphanages and 56,039 children
outside orphanages, have been main maintained
tained maintained by the Near East Relief.
WOULD BE LENIENT
WITH THE "GENTLEMEN"
Tallahassee, April 26 "Gentlemen"
convicts would be spared the humilia humiliation
tion humiliation of wearing stripes under the
terms of a bill introduced in the
House by Representative Davis. He
would have the county commissioners
authorized to attire the convict in
Mr. Davis says that many young
men of good families are sentenced to
work on the ctunty roads for misde misdemeanors
meanors misdemeanors and tLey should not be re required
quired required to wear the regulation uniform.
' Only those committing a felony or
a more serious offense and sentenced
to the state farm at Raiford should
be required to wear the stripes, ac
cording to Mr. Davis.
The "Hipity-Hop" dance of eight
brownies at Temple theater Thursday
night will alone be worth the price of
Get fresh, light, fluffy rolls every
day at the Federal Bakery. 25-t
OCALA EVENING STAR, TUESDAY, APRIL 26, 1921
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Legal advertisements it legal rates.
Today is Confederate Memorial
Day in this state, Georgia. Alabama
The regular weekly luncheon of the
Ocala Rotary Club at one o'clock to today
day today in the dining room of the Masonic
hall, was a capital removal luncheon:
Representative Griffin of Orange
wants to make a New Year's gift of
the state capital to his home town.
The capitol building would look well
in Orlando but better in Ocala.
The Canadian government is pre pre-paring,
paring, pre-paring, to shut the Hearst publica publications
tions publications out of Canada. It would be a
great gain to literature and public
morals if they were shut out of the
The Marion County Board of Trade,
at its regular meeting Thursday
night, at eight o'clock, will decide
how it shall co-operate with the Cap Capital
ital Capital Removal Club in its efforts to
have the capital located here.
They used to talk about Woodrow
Wilson writing notes, but he wasn't
in it with the Germans. And the ad administration
ministration administration is most unjust to botli
the American people and France
when it continues to receive them.
The dry people of Canada do not
seem to be dismayed by the "failure"
of prohibition in the United States.
Ontario, the most densely populated
and progressive province of the Do Dominion
minion Dominion went dry by 140,000 majority.
The jingoes on both sides are slow slowly
ly slowly pushing the United States and Ja Japan
pan Japan toward war. If they succeed, and
they probably will, our careless peo-
pie will suffer heavily. But they will
put the Japanese in their place before
they are thru.
Southern congressmen should stand
solidly against the Smith-Towner ed education
ucation education bill. It exposes the people of
the South to the danger of mixed
races in the schools, insures them in increased
creased increased taxes, and offers them nothing
that they can't obtain without it.
It has been suggested to the Star
that some of our civic bodies should
instigate a spring clean-up campaign,
clear up rubbish from vacant lots,
give the rear fences a coat of white whitewash,
wash, whitewash, trim up the trees on the place,
etc.- So this is offered for what it is
Senator Harrison of Mississippi
surely used an expressive line of lan language
guage language when he denounced that ego egotistical
tistical egotistical renegade, George Harvey, in
the Senate the other day. Iu his hate
of Woodrow Wilson, Harvey was the
jackal that continually barked around
the lion's heels, the more vociferous
because the lion had long ceased to
Prohibition must be a total failure
in some parts of Georgia. A dispatch
from Macon says: "A giant meteoi,
traveling through the sky in a north northerly
erly northerly direction, was observed here to tonight.
night. tonight. People who saw the meteor
say it looked like a giant ball of fire,
with a greenish or blueish tinge and
it threw off showers of sparks that
were visible through a cloudy sky."
It has been freely predicted that as
the automobile industry was one of
the first to feel the recent slump in
business in some sections of the
country, it would also be one of the
first 'to "come back." This prediction
has already begun to prove a fact, ad
the car sales are daily on the increase.
Nearly all of the leading auto manu-
f acturers are again operating at 50
to 75 per cent normal, and each day's
news from various sections tells of
factories putting back to work hun hundreds
dreds hundreds of the employees who were let
out several months ago.
BAXTER DEFENDS THE
Editor Star: The farmers of Mar Marion
ion Marion county are really disappointed by
the position you have assumed re regarding
garding regarding the state marketing bureau.
They have learned to look upon the
Star as a special champion of their
interests, and they feel that the con continuation
tinuation continuation and enlargement of the
marketing bureau is of vital impor importance
tance importance to them.
The bureau was intended to furnish
a means by which the truck grower
could market his products without the
risk of being robbed by dishonest
commission men. Its work has proven
The bureau is supported by the
farmers. No one not a user of fer fertilizer
tilizer fertilizer is taxed a dollar for its main-
tainance. And while it enables the
producer to market his products with
greater assurance of profit, it does
not enhance the cost to the consumer.
In fact it stabilizes the business of
production, encourages an increase in
the amount produced and is therefore
an indirect benefit to those who de depend
pend depend upon the farmer for food. So if
we want' it, are willing to pay 'for it
and it injures no one, why not let us
have it? J. E. Baxter.
Mr. Baxter's letter is refreshing.
An unprejudiced and rational argu argument,
ment, argument, such as will do him and his
cause good. Always glad to receive
such a letter, even tho it doesn't
agree with our opinions.
The Star recognizes the importance
of farming, that it is the foundation
industry, and that everything done to
hamper it harms the entire country.
The Star's objection to the state
marketing bureau, however, is purely
democratic principle. It is 'paternal 'paternalistic,
istic, 'paternalistic, and will cost them more than it
comes to in the long run. Such in institutions,
stitutions, institutions, never fail to get into pol politics,
itics, politics, and when they do they at first
drag, then lose their efficiency and
finally become a burden.
We are sorry to find that we are
at present in the minority,, so far as
the farmers are concerned, on the
subject. We have found several farm farmers,
ers, farmers, however, who agree with us; and
they are all men of experience.
' There is not any necessity for the
farmers to worry about what we have
said. The bureau is not going to be
abolished until a long time after they
are tired of it, which may be sooner
than they think.
Friend of ours says that "L. T. I's."
write-ups of the ball games are so
good that he sees no use in going to
the ball park when he can read all
about the game at home. If he and a
few hundred more fans stay in that
way of thinking, there will soon be no
ball games for "L. T. I." to write
about. We can't have baseball in this
town unless the people turn out to
attend the games. A number of pub public
lic public spirited citizens have subscribed
I money to start the team off for the
season now u tne people woum at attend
tend attend in numbers as they should, the
management wouldn't have to ask for
another dollar. This town and sur surrounding
rounding surrounding country can easily give an
attendance of at least five hundred at
every game, but if the present stingy
attendance doesn't increase the team
will have to dissolve. The Ocala team
has gone to Palatka, to play there the
next two, days, after which the Gem
City nine will come over here to play
our boys Thursday and Friday. Let
the people turn out and show the
visitors that Ocala appreciates her
ball team, an dalso always has a glad
hand for a live bunch from another
. . i ,i i
ORDER OF EASTERN STAR
Ocala Chapter No. 29, O. E. S S-meets
meets S-meets at the Masonic hall the second
and fourth Thursday evenings of each
month at 8 o'clock.
Mrs. Rosalie Condon, W. M.
Mrs. Susan Cook. Secretary.
RaiSlilCI tile r amity- t
I IKTEJUIATTONAL CARTOON CO W.T. -Si 11
HIGH COST OF HEARSTISM
We cull the following from the New
One reason for the shipping board's j
financial plight is its inability to sell
ships. The bottom dropped out of the j
selling market months ago, and the I :
unsoia snips nave eitner been uea upjAj
at dock or operated without profit, jtfs
The board is not whollv to blame i
for the failure to liquidate in time. It
tried to convert some of its surplus
holdings into cash. It will be remem remembered
bered remembered when it succeeded in finding a
bidder for its biggest white elephant,
the Leviathan, William R. Hearst
stepped in and blocked the sale by ob obtaining
taining obtaining an injunction in the District
of Columbia courts. Now the Levia Leviathan
than Leviathan and dozens of other idle ships
are practically unsalable.
The Hearst injunction scared off not
only American buyers, but British
buyers as well. The Hearst newspa newspa-per
per newspa-per tried to make it appear that the
board was disposing of vessels at less
than their market value, and that pri private
vate private interests were benefiting by an
unnecessary clearance operation. Yet
the fact was that the board was
wisely taking advantage of an oppor opportunity
tunity opportunity to reduce stock before the mar market
ket market collapsed. It was using business
sense, while Mr. Hearst was playing
The Leviathan was kept off the
auction block. It is still an ornamen ornamental
tal ornamental attachment to the federal merch merchant
ant merchant fleet. But it is an over eostly
ornament. Ships out of use deterio deteriorate
rate deteriorate rapidly. Like horses, they can
eat their heads off. Congress thought
it had stopped the shipping board
leak for a while by closing our plants,
ordering ship sales and salvaging ma material.
terial. material. Yet the board is still running
behind. It has had to ask for $170, $170,-000,000,
000,000, $170,-000,000, which Congress never expect expected
ed expected to provide. That is largely be because
cause because thef government was compelled
to overstay a fair selling market by
Mr. Hearst's pestiferous Leviathan
suit. The cost of Hear.stism is high.
AFTER THE PLUM
A dispatch from Tallahassee says:
"Senator Russell, Palatka. said this
morning that that city would also, be
a candidate for the state capital. He
said that Palatka would offer a site
and will demonstrate the fact that it
is the most centrally located city in
the state. He said further that if a
constitutional amendment was offered
he would try to have it amended by
placing Palatka on the list."
Tulula Lodge No. 22. I. O. O. F.,
meets every Tuesday evening at 8
o'clock at the Odd Fellows Jiall in'the
third story of the Gary block. A
warm welcome always extended to
T. C. Carter, N. G.
Frank G. Churchill, Secretary.
Why pay more? Coca-cola 6 cents
at the Vogue. Phones 580-558. 23-tf
Arrival and departure of passenger
trains at OCALA UNION STATION.
The following schedule figures pub published
lished published as information and not guar guaranteed.
anteed. guaranteed. (Eastern Standard Time)
SEABOARD AIR LINE RAILROAD
2:20 am Jacksonville-N'York 2:10 am
1:55 pm Jacksonville' 1:50 pm
4:17 pm Jacksonville 3:50 pm
2:15 am Tampa-
Manatee-St Petrsbrg 4 :05 pm
2:55 am N'York-St. Petrsbrg 1:35 am
2:15 am Tampa 2:15 am
1:50 pm Tampa-Manatee 1:35 pm
4:05 pm Tampa-St. Petrsbrg 4:05 pro
ATLANTIC COAST LINE R. R.
2:27 am Jacksonville-N'York 2:33 am
we; JirannviiiA-OainsviiiA 3 :24 nm
6:42 am Jksonville-Gansville 10:13 pm
2:33 am St.Petsbrg-Lakeland 2:27 am
3:24 pm StPetsbrg-Lakeland 1:25 pm
7:25 am Dunellon-Lkeland 11:03 pm
3:30 pm Homosassa 1:25 pm
10:15 pm Leesburg 6:42 am
4:45 pm Gainesville 11:50 am
Monday, Wednesday, Friday.
'Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday.
e. rm ai.n long nouqn and tnwotd Ustiionswiiir-omo twcfcagtmi.
SPECIALS For TUESDAY 1
CONTINUED FROM MONDAYS SALE)
Heavy quality unbleached mus-.
lin, 36 inches wide, formerly sold
for 39c a yard.
For Saturday and Monday at less
than the lowest market price,
Pretty dress voiles, dainty flow-
ered designs, 38 inches wide,
formerly sold for 75 cents a yard, m
81 inch Pepperell
at today's market
You will be more than delighted
when you try a box of oar delicious
Log Cabin Candy, and our Martha
i Washington Candy. THE VOGUE is
at yoT service. Phone 580 or 658 for
! Quick uelivery of our QUALITY ICE
j CREAvr m 29-tf
W. K. Lane M. D, physician and
Furgeon, specialist eye, ear, nose and
throat. Office ever 5 and 10 cent store
Ocala, Fla. Adv. tf
C AIL A
AT OCALA BASEBALL PARK
Game called at 4:30 P.
Tissue and French Ginghams,
pretty patterns, sold everywhere
from 85 cents to $1.25 the yard.
price 65 cents
"THE FASHION CENTER"
I now have a capable assistant in
Mr. Wilson of Atlanta, a strictly first
class barber. My trade is invited to
call and try his work.
20-6t S. M. HOOPER.
1919 Hupmobile touring. Al shape.
Five tires. Newly painted. A good buy
at $800. Spencer-Pedrick Motor
Isnt it worth while to
fcjcpjfc. arear glasses if they will
5vfcv 're you 'rom beadarhe?
DR. K. J. WEIHE.'
Optometrist and Optician
Dodge screen truck. Good shape.
Good tires. Spencer-Peedrick Motor
OCALA EVENING STAR, TUESDAY, APRIL 26, 1921
Frank W. Ditto 10) IT? ATT T?OTF & TP1R
Improved and Unimproved City
and Country Properly. y oHcr for a short (imc thc folIowing Bargains:
HIGH CLASS RESIDENCE LOTS. Buy now and build when you like.
No. 170. Lot on Oklawaha Avenue, 100 ft. front by 122 ft. $ 800
No. 131. Corner Lot on South Fifth Street, 100 ft. front by 13O ft., near Mrs.
.- Ford's residence 1000
No. 143. Corner Lot on S. Eighth Street and Sanchez street, 68 it. front by 122 ft.. 800
No. 159. Lot adjoining the above and due west, 68 ft. front by 244 ft.. ; 800
No. 168. Lot on Broadway, suitable for store or garage, 50x112 ft. This lot is on a
brick street ...$1000
, RENTING PROPERTY AT LOW PRICES
No. 92. Small house on Broadway l $ 400
No. 123. Two renting houses on lot 50x150 ft., both for I 500
No. 107. Tworenting houses on lot 100x200 ft., both for.. 500
No. 107 (One House SOLD.) The other is offered at 200
No. 118. Two renting houses in Smith & Dagherty addition, both 800
Has Ocala started to build up? Drive over town and see for yourself what is being done and
consult me as to what is. in prospect. BUY NOW!
LET ME SHOW YOU the above bargains, and if YOU WANT A FARM of a SUB SUB-;
; SUB-; URBAN TRACT I have them and it will be a pleasure to show you.
FRANK W. DITTO, 107 South Main Street.
t. jOi .-tr. !r- i-J-f-J--X;i
WE HAVE THE TIRE YOU WANT
WHEN YOU WANT IT
"SERVICE" Our Motto
UNITED STATES TIRES HOOD TIRES
SINCLAIR MOTOR OILS
CARS WASHED AND POLISHED
KUMBAK SERVICE STATION
J. H. SPENCER
. Full Unejof
W. R. PEDRICK i
All Bujck Cars Equipped With I
Cord Tires and'Alemite f
We Make a Specialty of Parts
for the Buick and the Prices are
Consistent with the Cost of Same
GOODYEAR and U.S. TIRES
Exclnsive Agents for
18 MONTHS GUARANTEE
Battery Service Station
" 1 1,-1 1
We maintain an up-to-date jf
garage with expert workmen, at
all times, assuring prompt and
GASOLINE, OILS and GREASE
SPENCER-PEDRICK MOTOR CO.
PHONE 271 N
Ocala - - Florida
This is a Studebaker year.
t'i --in 1 S
t is an y matter- aimply wtaspoage
ntb Bo art Wonder ABC roiaoa ar
place it wkere mm t appear.
They eat Bogart'a
Wonder Ant Poison
quickly and carry it to their Beats, la
a few hours you'll be absolutely rid el
- Ask your Jmttgist for 25
cent bottle- If he can t sufl
ply you ue will do to on
receipt of 30 cents.
The Bog art Company
Dayton Beach Sea Broexc
V as w W W W W Wf W W W
u Z-' ;!: O Z-- -C'Cu zs Z-'
Bertram Ibbetson & Co.,
of Atlanta, Georgia,
Wi open an office in the Commercial Bank Building
of .Ocala, Florida, effective July 1st, 1921, for the
practice of Accounting, Systematizing, Income Tax
Consultation and Preparation of Returns.
250 PEACHTREE STREET
and KEEP ON SAVING
EARN AS THEY WORK
SAVE RIGHT ALONG on
repair, tires, gasoline, oil
STEWART Trucks made eight
years ago are still working
and earning; piling up daily
profits for their owners; piling
up a long list of friends and
Designed right, built right and
priced right, Stewarts cost less to
buy and less to run.
Made in six capacities
Seymour Automotive Co.
Murphy Garage, N. Main St.
ALL GRAVES WILL
BE CARED FOR ALIE
Paris, April 9. No distinctions of
rank will be made in marking1 the
graves of American soldiers who died
in France, says Charles S. Pierce,
chairman of the American commis
sion, which has arrived here to pre prepare
pare prepare plans for beautifying the four
permanent military cemeteries where
the bodies of all the American fight fighters
ers fighters are to be gathered.
"We shall try to make these ceme
teries memorials of which all Amer Americans
icans Americans will be proud," said Colonel
Pierce. "Early in the discussions we
decided that regardless of rank and
position each grave should be treated
in the same manner and given equal
attention. The only variation per permitted
mitted permitted will be on the uniform head
stones. On the top of these relatives
may inscribe any religious emblem
they wish so long as it does not in interfere
terfere interfere with the uniformity of the
"No special monuments will be per
mitted. All the Americans died in the
performance of their duty and, no
matter how heroic individuals may
have been, the feeling of the nation
seems to be that all should be accord
ed the same honor."
THE -FAIRY CONSPIRACY"
The stndenU of the eighth grade
of the Ocala High School deserve a
great deal of credit for their deter determination
mination determination to own a piano for use in
this department, and it is up to the
people of Ocala to tarn oat in liberal
numbers to their operetta, the "Fairy
Conspiracy,' at the Temple Thursday
The proceeds from this entertain entertainment
ment entertainment will be used to pay the balance
due on the piano purchased some
months ago, which will be the prop property
erty property of this grade for all time to come.
So, whether your children are in this
grade or not, when they are promoted
to it in years to come, they will get
the benefit of having a good instru instrument
ment instrument on which to practice their music.
Mrs. Rex Todd and Mrs.' H. S.
Wesson, teachers of the eighth grade,
are also due much praise for their in interest
terest interest in the matter of getting a
piano for the students.
Everybody go out Thursday night
and show the eighth "grade that their
efforts are appreciated by the pa patrons
trons patrons of the school.
WEST VIRGINIA SHERIFF
LAYS DOWN THE LAW
Logan, W. Va, April 23. Logan
county, in the heart of the great coal
fields of southern West Virginia, has
"turned over a new leaf," because its
sheriff, "Don" Chafin has said that it
must do so. Moonshiners, bootleg bootleggers
gers bootleggers and gamblers have been the ob objects
jects objects of the sheriffs clean-up cam campaign,
paign, campaign, and for four months he has
made uneasy the lives of those en engaged
gaged engaged in the pursuits.
Announcing that he .personally, had
"turned over a new leaf; had cut out
liquor, and would never again lay a
wager on cards or any other gambling'
game 'according to the Williamson
(W. Va.) Daily News, Chafin invited
those inclined towards those pastimes
to follow suit or pay the penalty.
Since early -in January, the cleaning cleaning-up
up cleaning-up process has gone on. and when re recently,
cently, recently, he personally brought in two
or three stills, a lot of other illegal
paraphernalia, and an automobile load
of "evidence," he declared that it had
been a "slow" week.
TMS IS A' STUDEBAKER YEAR
Our Splendidly Equipped Repair Shop
Sec now Well Wc Arc Prepared to Fix Your Automobile
Main Street, Opposite Ocala Iron Works
CALLS FOR COMMON SENSE
Community Cannot Be Satisfactorily
Developed Unless Work Is Pro Pro-ceded
ceded Pro-ceded With Intelligently.
What would you think of a manufac manufacturer
turer manufacturer whose product was In demand
who voulfl fail to make effective use
of sales-creating facilities at hand just
because It was not immHliateIy pos possible
sible possible to inaugurate a whale of a selling
But wait a minute. Don't answer
that until you ascertain whether the
reply would apply with equal force to
you and others in'your own community
whose interests depend upon the
growth of your community.
- For isn't that precisely the situation
with iuany communities whose com commercial
mercial commercial organizations are doing noth nothing
ing nothing toward "selling" the community in
a practical manner because the time
is nfct ripe, for a big campaign for
funds for a survey of resources?
Between that senseless form of
"town .boosting" in which so many
cities indulge on the one hand, and
the scientific "survey which calls for a
considerable fund on the other; there
is a happy medium which few com communities
munities communities have attained.
So much so-called community pro promotion
motion promotion is a concoction of lack-of-plan
and meaningless superlatives.
Tet in every community that Is
capable of healthy growth there are
certain things which should be per per-pectly
pectly per-pectly obvious to those in the city
whose interests would be enhanced
through development work.
Application of the simplest business
methods would discover them, and the
community would cease to grow more
or less by accident and local people
would-no longer be called upon to In Invest,
vest, Invest, from time to time, in this, that or
the other enterprise that has been
lured into a community where it does
not belong by a bonus that is as silly
to accept as to offer. From the Na Nation's
tion's Nation's Business.
Nice destroys the odor of perspira perspiration,
tion, perspiration, 25 cents at Gerig's Drug-tSore. tf
1hose delicious rolls you so highly
complimented your hostess on were
made at the Federal Bakery. 25-t
PUT WASTE PLACES TO USE
MURPHY MOTOR COMPANY
Good Idea During the Winter to Plan
for Improvements to Be Made
Every1 city, village and hamlet has
the total of a great area of land which
Is not only non-productive, but which
Is rendered hateful to the sight and
deterrent to the vicinity, as a haven
for rubbish and a breeding place for
noxious weeds. These waste areas
and the unbeautiful spaces commonly
denominated as back yards, 'as a
rule, are not fit for garden work in
their present condition. But this con
dition readily can be changed with
some intelligent exertion. The addi
tion to this unpromising soil of
manure, of the fallen leaves from the
trees, and. sometimes, of ashes sifted
from the furnace, soon renders it
workable Und 'productive. For a time
the co-oieration of the community of officials
ficials officials might be necessary as a means
of- encouragement, but each such
waste place transformed into a pro productive
ductive productive garden of vegetables and flow flowers
ers flowers and small fruits would serve as a
compelling example, and In very few
years the results would be beyond
The benefits to be derived from this
conversion of waste places Into pro productive
ductive productive beauty spot cannot be meas measured
ured measured alone in dollars and cents. An
even greater 'benefit would lie in the
improved morals of the community, in
the cultivation of habits of Industry
on the. part of the young especially,
and in the beautifying thrift and
beauty are the rewards waiting these
coinmunities which whole-heartedly
and intelligently cultivate in the peo people
ple people the natural garden Instinct. A
national propaganda In this direction
would work wonders.
Enactmtnt by the state leglsfature
of Indiana of a law to make the teach teaching
ing teaching of American history compulsory
In every public and private school of
the state is urged by the national
Americanization committee of the
American Legion. The bill provides
also for the compulsory teaching of
civil government In the high acbAoU
and colleges of the state.
7 US Fchr's Ambrosia, a most
I" agreeable surprise awaits you. Every V(
drop is liquid joy. u
Mad from Cfcolcwst Grains
and Finest Hob
It is delightfully good and remarkably
beneficial. Try it today by itself or with
a bite to. eat strve ice ctdd.
Order a Case Sent
MOSES GROCERY CO., Ocala, Florida
CENTRAL CONSUMERS CO., Louisville, Ky.
DO YOU APPRECIATE PROMPT SERVICE ? :
Send us your orders for
THE BEST Western and
Florida Meats, Poultry,
Fancy Groceries, Vegeta Vegetables,
bles, Vegetables, etc.
MAIN STREET MARKET
OUR MOTTO HIGH QUALITY AND LOW PRICES :
Even a splash from Niagara would soon be
dissipated by the sun and wind if water did
not constantly flow over the precipice. It
is the constant drop of water that wears
away the stone. It is the constant flow of
advertising that promotes and maintains
business supremacy. Phone five-one and
let's talk it over.
Star Publishing Company.
OCALA EVENING 'STAR, TUESDAY, APRIL 26, 1921
Cash and Carry Meat Market
CRAWFORD PASTEUR, Prop.,
Located in tfc CRESCENT GROCERY CO.'s Stor
We handle all fed Beef, the very best Veal and
Pork Cheap. Pay for your meat and not your
neighbor's who does not pay for his
FED FLORIDA STEERS
; 30c Loin Steaks 30e
......V....,24e Good Roast 24c
. . 1 7 12 c Rib and Flank 1 5
. 23c Liver 24c
25c Pork Hams 25e
..20c Pork Livers 25c
BEST OF VEAL
38c Veal Roast '. 33e'
20c Veal Liver 25c
FIRST QUALITY WESTERN
Round Steak 40c Loin Steaks ...40e
Good Roast ,38c Good Stews ..20c
Lamb Chops ..50c Lamb Leg.
Lamb Ribs s . 35c Lamb Flank .
We ask you for your patronage and
Thank You in advance.
THE WINDSOR HOTEL
In the heart of the city with. Hemming Park for a front yard
Every modern convenience in each room. Dining room service 1
second to none
ROBERT AIL MEYER,
Negotiable Storage Receipts Ismied on Cotton. Automobiles, Etc'
MOVE, PACK, SHIP
NEEDHAM MOTOR CO.
General Auto Repairing
Gasoline, Oils and Grease
USED CARS FOR SALE
Cars Washed .$1.00
Cars Polished .50
Oklawaha Ave. & Orange St
C. Cecil Bryant
Room 22 Holder Block
PHONE 195 OR 332
8 DAYS ONLY
Okeh $1 records ? .85
Lyric $1 records 1 .69
Jennett 85c. records 69
Columbia $1 records 69
Operaphone 1 records 69
Popular sheet music 25 cents.
22-8t KINDT'S MUSIC STORE
Our Specialty Is
MAZON & CO.
Between Ten Cent Store and Gerig'p
J. E. KAVANAUGH
LONG DISTANCE MOVING
I L. T. 1ZIAR
PRACTICAL CONTRACTOR A0
Careful estimates made cn all co
tract work. Gives more and better
work f r the money than any other
contractor in the city.
Geo. MacKay 8 Co.
and Emb aimers
Two Licensed Embalmers
Motor Funeral Cars
Private Morgue and Chapel
Day Phone 47
Night Phone 51i
G. B. Overton, Manager
This is a Studebaker year. tf
ilr. W. R. Dedman of Mcintosh was
an appreciated visitdr today.
Mr, C. Pheiffer of Tampa arrived in
Ocala yesterday for a visit with his
sister, Mrs. F. G. B. Weihe.
, Keep the hands and face soft with
ILASOL. 50 cents the bottle at
Gerig's Drug Store.
There's no extra charge for clean cleaning
ing cleaning your fish at the City Fish Market.
Phone 158. tf
The friends of Mrs. W. O. Massey
will be sorry to learn that she is ill
at her home on Watula street.
Bargain in 1915 Ford touring car
in A 1 shape. Auto Sales Co., Mack
Our Bathing Caps are pretty and
durable. All fresh stock. Gerig's
Drug Store. tf
Mrs. Harry Walters is entertaining
a number of her friends at auction
on Wednesday and Thursday of this
Meet me at the Union Station
Restaurant for a regular family style
dinner Best dinner in the state for 73
cents. Eat and drink all you want.
Dinner 11 a. m. to 2:30 p. m. Owned
land operated by 100 Americans, tf
Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Burnett, for-
Jmerly of Ocala, who have been spend
ing the latter part of the winter in
St. Petersburg, left yesterday for
Massachusetts, where they will spend
The "Fairy Conspiracy" will begin
promptly at 8:30 Thursday evening at
Temple theater. Admission 50 and 35
cents, including picture show. 26-3t
ARDEN ROSES 75c and $1. per
dozen; Easter lilies -10c each; sweet
peas $1.50 per hundred. Phone your
order to 106, or call at 404 South Lime
street. No deliveries. 21-6t
Rev. J. J. Neighbour has received
a telegram from Mr. Henry Bland Bland-ford,
ford, Bland-ford, wtio is now conducting a heal healing
ing healing mission in Lakeland, stating that
he will be in Ocala on Sunday, May J
1st, to conduct a mission here.
Dazira Face Powder is satisfying,
and the odor is dainty. Ask to see it
at Gerig's Drug Store.
We are headquarters for the best
rolls you ever tasted. Prove this by
trying them out if you haven't already
done so. Federal Bakery. 25-6t
! Florida House, and the-rapid growing
Mr, "John Moore of Tampa spent business of our own, forced us to
the day in Ocala attending t busi- hunt iarger quarters for our office,
ness. He was accompanied by his We to thank the management of
daughter, Mrs. Fred Lyon. They Florida House for. the many fa fa-made
made fa-made the trip by auto and report the vors ghown us it is gi
roaa oy way oi uroveiana nne.
The eight grade pupils of the O. R.
S. are deserving of your support at
their operetta at the Temple theater
Thursday evening. Everybody should
Mr. Fred Weihe of Newport News
jVa., arrived in the city yesterday, for pr0prty which you have for sale, or
;a month's visit with his parents,, Mr. property which you desire to pur pur-and
and pur-and Mrs. F. G. B. Weihe. Mr. Weihe ch to your interest.
is a former resident and it nas been
some time since he has visited here,
and his friends are giving nyn a
You can always get fresh or salt
water fish shrimp etc., at the City urd M 28tht 1921 opn.
Fish Market on Fort King avenue.1 for the interior and exterior paint paint-Phone
Phone paint-Phone 158. tf !ing of the U. S. court house and post
A special committee from T.ffiSSt
Chapter, U. D. C, in memory of ourthe custodian. By direction of the
fallen heroes, decorated the Con fed- Supervising Architect of Treasury
erate monument on the southwest cor- j Deoartment. Robt. F. Rogers. Cus Cus-,
, Cus-, A. i j u, .. tod lan. Ocala, Fla. 26-eod3t
flowers and flags. They then went to
the cemeteries-and on the graves of!
veterans, daughters and children of j
the Confederacy, were placed wreaths j
of evergreens and flowers.
A larire shipment just received of
i Bordeaux Mixture, Disinfectants and
INSECTICIDES, etc., at the Antj-
Monopoly Drug Store. 20-12t
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Needham and
t i .-k 1 1 1 m
idaugnter, uoromy nave reiumea irora
i; Miami, where thev attended the
S j Shriners' convention, Mr. Needham
H j being a member of the Morocco Tem-
g'ple band. Among the several enter-
2 tainments was a full dress ball at
the Miami Beach casino. They were
accompanied on the trip by Mr. and
Mrs. Lovley of the Lovley Motor Co.
S of Leesburg. i
Si Help the eighth grade O. H. S. to
Hi complete pa3ment on their new piano
B 'by attending the "Fairy Conspiracy'
at the Temple theater Thursday night.
Admission 50 and 35 cents, including
Tallahassee, April 25 The fable of
the lion and the lamb lying down to together
gether together was enacted in real life here
today, by the almost unanimous ac action
tion action .of the House of Representatives
on the Senate joint resolution putting
into effect the reapportionment of
Mr. Phillips offered an amendment i
to the Senate joint resolution ac accomplishing
complishing accomplishing very nearly the same
thing as these various amendments.
The new amendment provides repre representatives
sentatives representatives in the lower house as fol follows:
lows: follows: In counties of more than 100, 100,-000,
000, 100,-000, four representatives; in counties
of 30,000 to 100.000. three representa representatives;
tives; representatives; in counties of 15,000 to 30,000,
two representatives; in counties of
less than 15,000, one representative.
The basis of representation to be the
last federal census preceding the ap apportionment.
portionment. apportionment. This amendment was
agreed to by a roll call vote of 64 to
The following clipping from the
New York Times will be of interest
to Ocalans: "Evelyn MacNevin, a
young Canadian with a contralto
voice of fine volume and often golden J
quality, that she used with much
freedom to gain expressions in poetic J
text, made her debut here in a song
recital at Aeolian Hall last evening,
assisted at the piano by Mr. Richard
Hageman. Miss MacNevin's sang
early Italian and French lyrics, for
which she received a stageful of flow
ers. She was happiest in a group by
Rachmauinoff, notably his 'Floods of
Spring,' in English, adding later Car Carpenter's
penter's Carpenter's 'Sleep that Flits on Baby's
Eyes LaForge's 'Spooks .and May Mayer's
er's Mayer's tender 'Resignation. Miss Mac MacNevin
Nevin MacNevin is the daughter of Dr. and Mrs.
MacNevin of New York, who spent
the winter in Ocala at the home of
Mrs. T. H. Johnson. Mrs. MacNevin
will be remembered most pelasantly
as the honoree of several large par parties
ties parties that were given for her and the
friends that Dr. and Mrs.-MacNevin
made will be interested in the recent
tr 11 xt v i m.
Hall, in New York city. The first of
June Miss MacNevin leaves for a
Canadian tour. "u
Mrs. Jenkins- and Miss Belle Cham Chambers,
bers, Chambers, poultry, experts, are in the city
representing the Purina Mills. These
ladies are at the services of any one
wishing advice pertaining to poultry.
Services free. Call Farmers Exchange
Store, phone 162.
TO THE PUBLIC
Our offices are now located at No.
2f South Magnolia street, west side
of tne puWic sqUare, in the Masters
block. Increased oatronare of the
w thev haven't sufficient room to
continue to take care of us.
our motto hanging on the wall
which reads:- "He profits most who
! serves st." We hsiye endeavored to
live acconfing to this motto, and are
l now prepared to give better service
I tktin over ifnM A visit tii nnr nffi
' d a consultation with us regarding
EA strout'Farm Agency,
26.6t James Hall Representative.
UNITED STATES POST OFFICE,
Ocala, Florida. April 26th, 1921,
Sealed proposals will be received at
office building at Ocala, Fhu, in ac-
SPOT CASH j
Staple and Fancy Groceries,
Fruits and Vegetables.
Free Delivery i
W. A. Stroud j
We have opened a cleaning
and pressing department in
connection with our Men's
Furnishings store in the
Ocala House block. Besides
men's work, we are specially
prepared for cleaning ladies
Jresses, silks, satins, crepes
and fancy woolens- All the
latest me'thods are used in including
cluding including the French Dry
All orders receive prompt
attention, and goods are call called
ed called for and delivered in any
rt of the city. All work
This department is under
the personal supervision of
Mi. F. W. Urwkrick.
Out of town orders sclicit sclicit-ed.
ed. sclicit-ed. We pay return parcel
post on all work.
Walkley & Barnett
Sheet Metal Work and Rooting
Gutters, down spouting and all re repair
pair repair work. Water tanks made. Any Anything
thing Anything from sheet metal or tin. Let
me give you an estimate, and solve
your roof problem. I also made a
specialty, of repairing auto radiators
and fenders. Ship them to me for
'gxi results. Prices reasonable
ED. THOMPSON, Tin Shop
Standard Plumbing Co..
,A Complete Stock
" PHONE 243
' ALL CARS
CYLINDERS RE-BORED AND
PROM IT SERVICE
GEO. J. WILLIAMS
Formerly Carroll Motor Company
Garage, Osceola St.
PHONE 59r Nibt 408
Don't take purgatives for Coo Coo-tlpatlon
tlpatlon Coo-tlpatlon they act Iiarshly
tbey overstrain tbe delicate
membrane and leave the
Bowels In a worse condition
Uiaa belore. 11
jr, rL, yon are
virltb Con Constipation,
stipation, Constipation, SlckUead SlckUead-acbe.
acbe. SlckUead-acbe. In In-'dlaestlon.
'dlaestlon. In-'dlaestlon. ITTLE
V E R
aeb. Dizziness BHIonsness.
Nervonsness, or loss ol Appe-Ule-Oon'f
heltatmGet a bottle
ol CASTER'S LITTLE LIVES
PILLS take one alter eacb
ncd and one at bedtime. A
lew days treatment will pat
Stmmach, Liver and Cowefs In
Coatee tear tifaatart LzmgZZU.
SaaSRl SaaSDose Small Price
WANTED, LOST, FOUND, FOB
SALE. FOR RENT AND SIM SIMILAR
ILAR SIMILAR LOCAL NEEDS
Rates: Six tinea, maximum, one time,
25c; three times. 50c; six times, 75c;
one month. S3. Payable in advance..
QUICK ACTION GETS IT On the
market a few days only. My two two-story
story two-story residence, six large rooms and
tula streets, close to business cen- v
ter, "but in good residence section.
A commodiouf and conveniently
located garage, with ample room
for car, wod and Itorage. House
has water, light, gas, telephone and
city sewerage connections. Four
fireplaces. Twenty-five windows.
giving excellent ventilation. Corner
lot, 65x120 feet, with streets on
three sides. Drainage perfect. Large
shade trees. Beautiful green lawn
over entire yard. Two mammoth-fig
trees, bearing profusely in season.
Large stock of Easter lily bulbs.
Lilies have been a source of reve revenue.
nue. revenue. Have a number of applicants
to rent, and will rent May first if
not sold quickly but PREFER TO
SELL. Price: $4000. Part cash, bal balance
ance balance on terras to suit. See George
L. Taylor, at office of Taylor Print Printing'
ing' Printing' Company,, or phone 321 for ap appointment.
pointment. appointment. 22-5t
FOR SALE Genuine Porto Ric6
plants, 8 to 12 in. long, government
inspected; no weavels or disease.
Guaranteed immediate delivery.
$1.75 per thousand, express collect.
Write for prices on vines. C H.
Cooner. 746 Wyominia St.; Ocala,
Fla. Phone 389. 30-tf
FOR RENT Large, well ventilated
rooms for housekeeping, furnished
Jot unfurnished, at Dormity. Phone
LOST Package- containing a white
shirt and pair of green trousers,
Friday afternoon. Reward for re return
turn return to Leslie Wagner, 1151 Fort
King Ave. or phone 47. 23-3t
WANTED Four or five-room house;
or three or four unfurnished rooms.
Must be close in and in good neigh neigh-.borhood.
.borhood. neigh-.borhood. Address M. E. L-, car
Star ofllce. 21-6t
WANTED Capable, steady, reliable
man with team or auto to sell and
deliver Rawleigh products in Lake
and Sumter counties. Can live at
home. Big opportunity. Right man
can make $3000 to 6000 a year
above all expenses. Call on or
write M. L. Humphries, Ocala,
LOST Black and white setter, wita
bad case of mange. Answers jto
name of 44Taylor." Return to J. R.
Blackiston, Ocala, or J. H. Mathews,
WANTED Five-room house with a
yarn in good neighborhood. Ad Address
dress Address Box 204, Starke, Fla, 21-tf
FOR SALEr-Beautiful, long stem
" Easter lilies. Phone 379. 20-t
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r urv. oiLi, uuc iiuusuii
Super Six in A-l condition.
One Overland 5-passenger;
newly painted; good tires
a bargain at $300. Hugh
Senneff. Murphy Motor Co.
FOR SALE Good milk cow, with
heifer' calf, just fresh. Apply to R.
L. Carter, taxi-cab driver, or at 211
W. Fifth street. 26-12t
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