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Title:
The Ocala evening star
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Ocala Evening Star
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Evening star
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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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OCALA

EVEN

TEMPERATURES
This morning, 56.
This afternoon, 82.
WEATHER FORECAST
Partly cloudy tonigtt'and Tuesday.
VOL 2
OGALA, FLORIDA. MONDAY, MAY 2, 192 L
NO. 103
ELD FOR AWHILE
1 THE HOUSE
IT WOULD RID US
IF I IK
OCALA LOGICAL LOCATION FOR STATE CAPITAL
0 MISSII'
TO THE VATICA

Knox Resolution for Peace with Ger Germany
many Germany and Austria Passed the
Senate Saturday Night

( Associated" Press)
Washington, May 2. The Knox res resolution
olution resolution declaring peace -with Ger Germany
many Germany and Austria, passed by the Sen Senate
ate Senate Saturday was senfc to the House
today. It is not expected to be called
up for a week or more.
BY A PARTY VOTE
The administration's first step to toward
ward toward placing the United States on a
technical, legal basis of peace, was
taken Saturday night by the Senate
in adopting the Knox peace resolution.
The vote for adoption of the resolu resolution
tion resolution was 49 to 23.
Three democrats voted for the reso resolution
lution resolution and although no republicans
voted against it. Senator Nelson of
Minnesota, was paired against it. The
democrats voting for it were: Sen Senators
ators Senators Myers, Montana; Shields, Ten Tennessee,
nessee, Tennessee, and Watson, Georgia. Two
other democrats, Reed, Missouri, and
Walsh, Massachusetts, were announc announced
ed announced as favoring the resolution.
' CONTROLLER'S CALL
The controller of the currency to today
day today issued a call for the condition of
all national banks at the close of busi business
ness business Thursday, April 28th.
ENGLISH-McWILLIAMS
The marriace of Mr. John C. Eng
lish of this city to Miss Ruth Mc Mc-Williams
Williams Mc-Williams of Fqrt Myers, which was
solemnized yesterday afternoon at 3
o'clock at the home of the bride's par parents,
ents, parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Mc Williams
of Fort Myers, was not received as ad
inmnlaf a Diirnvioa tit f Vta frioTirla svf 4-Via
erroom here. However, this happy
young couple proved too clever for the
, mixed band of high school serenaders
who gathered at the station to await
their arrival, for Mr. and Mrs. Eng
lish left the train at Santos and enter entered
ed entered an automobile which conveyed them
to their abiding place some time her
fore the train arrived in Ocala. The
young people are planning for a sere serenade
nade serenade tonight
Mrs. English was one of Fort
Myers' most charming and accom accomplished
plished accomplished young women and has scores
of friends who regret deeply her de departure
parture departure for Ocala, and her charming
personality will soon win for her
friends and admirers in her-new home.
Mr. English came to Ocala last Sen.
tember. He is the athletic instructor
and professor of several subjects in
the Ocala high school and has accom accomplished
plished accomplished a successful year's work. Be
sides being one of the most popular
teachers of the school, Mr. English
' has made many friends in the cityrHe
is originally from Alva, Fla, but came
Scotland, to Ocala last fall. Before
entering the university, Mr. English
was overseas two years in the army
during the war.
Mr. and Mrs. English have the
best wishes of all their friends for a
happy and prosperous married life,
which they hope will be passed right
here in Ocala. They are pleasantly
located at the home of Dr. and Mrs. J.
H. Dunn of Watula street.
A MAN SHOULD HAVE
ENOUGH TO LIVE ON
Macon, May 1. In sentencing forty-one
men, thirty-six of whom were
found guilty to charges of conspiracy
to rob the American Railway Express
Company of property valued at $1, $1,-000,000,
000,000, $1,-000,000, Judge Beverly D. Evans de declared
clared declared yesterday that the whole con conspiracy
spiracy conspiracy was brought about because
"the express compary"did not pay the
messengers wages sufficient to give
them an adequate living."
, That-ft pays to raise turkeys in
Florida, and more especially in Marion
-county, is proven by the J. W. Gard Gardner
ner Gardner poultry farm located two miles
east of Summerfield, says the Sum
merfield Chronicle. They have .been
raising and shipping poultry for sev several
eral several years and have made a success of
it both financially and otherwise. In
a shipment of turkeys last week to a
party m South Baco Grande, they
shipped "Jumbo, the 42-pound fine
male turkey that won the first prize
at the fair in Jacksonville last No November.
vember. November. "Jumbo" sold for the neat
sum of ?50. The Gardners have one
of the most complete and up-to-date
poultry establishments in the state
and have proved that poultry raising
in this section pays handsomely.
No Time for Work.
"The trouble with 8 smart man."
laid Jud Tunklns. "Is that he's Habit;
t spend more ti:ne showln' off than
e 6ovs vvrkh" Vn5MnrtM: Star.

If the Subsidized American Merchant
Marine was Permanently
Tied Up

(Associated Press
.New York, May 2- Union leader
predicted today that the walkout of
marine workers called yesterday as
a protest against the 15 per cent wage
reduction would result within twenty-
four hours in the complete tie-up of
American shipping. News of the walk walkout
out walkout decision was wirelessed to all
ships flying the American flag yester
day after the unions voted to resign
their jobs rather than accept the cut.
BALL GAME THURSDAY
Ocala Will Play Dnnnellon that Aft Afternoon
ernoon Afternoon at Hunter Park
The Star is informed that the Ocala
baseball team will meet the Dnnnellon
f
nine Thursday at 4 p m. at Hunter
Park.
Dunnellon always puts up a good
game and our boys are anxious to take
off the edge of their remorse over the
way Palatka walloped them, so it bids
fair to be a good game.
Our business houses gave a hall-
holiday last Thursday, in order to let
their employes .attend the game, and
the Star hopes they will act similarly
this Thursday. They will certainly
help the team out by doing so.
ATHLETIC MEET CAUSES
A FALLING OUT
(Associated Press)
Orlando, May 2. The St. Peters Petersburg
burg Petersburg high school did not win the boys'
event in the state interscholastic aqu aquatic
atic aquatic meet at Winter Park Saturday,
as announced Saturday night, accord according
ing according to Referee Henry Kart. St. Pe Petersburg
tersburg Petersburg and West Palm Beach tied
for first place with twenty-one points,
in which place under the rules one
point was added to the winner of the
relay race. West : Palm Beach won
the relay and therefore won the meet.
SCOTTISH RITE MASONS
MEET IN JACKSONVILLE
(Associated Press)
Jacksonville, May 2. The twenty twenty-seventh
seventh twenty-seventh annual convocation of Scot Scottish
tish Scottish Rite Masons of Florida began
here today with members and candi candidates
dates candidates from all parts of the state in at attendance.
tendance. attendance. The meeting will continue
through Friday and degrees fromhe
fourth to the tfurty-second will be
conferred.
VETERAN SHOWMAN DEAD
AU Us Old Children Will Kindly
Remember John F. Robinson
(Associated Press)
Miami, May 1.-John F. Robinson,
retired circus owner, died at his win winter
ter winter home here yesterday of chronic
bronchitis. He was 77 years old. Mr.
Robinson had been subject to bron bronchitis
chitis bronchitis for a number of years. The
last attack overtook 'him about two
weeks ago. He failed rapidly and his
advanced age proved a barrier to re recovery.
covery. recovery. NOTICE, EASTERN STARS
The Eastern Star sewing circle will
meet Tuesday afternoon, 3:30 o'clock
with Mrs. J. Chas Smith at her home
on Ninth street.
WEST PALM BEACH PLANS
AN IMPROVED AUTO CAMP
West Palm Beach, May, 1. It is
conservatively estimated that the peo people
ple people using the city auto camp which
was' opened here December 20th spent
around $30,000 locaylly this winter.
Besides money spent for maintenance
many who same here as auto tourists
rented houses for the season and
others bought homes and invested in
Everglades land. The largest number
of tents in the camp any one night
was 150, housing 485 persons, the
register shows. The estimate for the
total number of individuals during
the season is 2800.
The camp closed today and will re
open Nov. 1. Present sanitary ar
rangements have proved excellent, the
camD having had no illness all winter.
It is planned to lay out a regular
street system before next fall when it
will be restricted entirely to bona fide
tourists and campers, those entering
business or taking, positions here be
coming automatically barred.
The Stellar Universe.
The 'stellar universe, baa a back back-rroundof
rroundof back-rroundof prlj white, and astrono astronomers
mers astronomers are gue-s!og whether, this- shim shim-serins
serins shim-serins shroud, is murtof quadrillion
ff suns or tvheiheftruie universe Is
fcnmersert.in nebulous matter.

Key West-Ocala
Miami-Ocala ...
Pensacola-Ocala
Live Oak -Ocala
Lake City-Ocala
Jacksonville-Ocala
Tampa-Ocala
Fort Myers-Ocala

Getting Ready to Give
Germany the Gaff
If She Doesn't Within the Next Few
Days Comply with Demands
of the Allies
(Associated Press)
London, May 2. Germany must
give the categorical answer, yes or no
by May 12th to the allied reparations
demands or suffer the infliction of na naval
val naval and military penalties, according
to the terms of the ultimatum drawn
by the allied foreign ministers and
submitted to the supreme council for
approval.
DRAWN THIS MORNING
London, May 2. A declaration of
the allied stand on the reparations
question was drawn up at the confer conference
ence conference this forenoon by the foreign min
isters of Great Britain, France, Italy
and Belgium. The declaration was
submitted to the supreme council when
it met at 12:30. The council, after
an hour's consideration, adjourned
until 5 o'clock.
ORDERS TO MOBILIZE
Paris, May 2. Orders for mobiliza
tion of the class of 1919, which will
tke part in the possible occupation
of the Ruhr district of Germany, are
expected to be issued today. Negroes
are not expected to be included in the
forces sent in the Ruhr region.
BRITISH NAVAL DEMONSTRA DEMONSTRATION
TION DEMONSTRATION London, April 2.--Great Britain
will make a naval demonstration if
Germany refuses to yield to the Allies'
conditions on the reparations issue, it
was stated here today. The repara reparations
tions reparations commission will advise Germany
of the Allies' conditions within six
days after a decision has been reached
by the supreme council. Germany1
then will have six days in which to
give a yes or no answer without con
ditions.
COMPARATIVELY QUIET
SUNDAY IN IRELAND
(Associated Press)
Cork, May 2. Seven persons were
killed Sunday by the police and mem members
bers members of the military force in the coun counties
ties counties of Cork and Tiperrary.
This is a Studebaker year. tf

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RAILROAD CENTER v
Two Trunk Lines of Railroad North and South
Short Lines to East and West Coasts
Twenty-four Passenger Trains Every Twenty-four Hours
DISTANCES BY RAIL

OCALA
463 Miles.
307 Miles
, 442 Miles
J 20 Miles
88 Miles
. .- 101 Miles
.' 110 Miles
220 Miles
1851 Miles

OCALA IS ON THE
EASILY REACHED BY ROADS FROM

CARRY IT TO THE
SUPREME COURT
Americans Should Know Whether
Moses or Harding is President
of the United States
I Associated Press)
Miami, May 2. Nearly 100 base baseball
ball baseball players arrested as a result of
playing here the last two Sundays will
be tried in criminal court Friday. The
cases were first set for today.
ITS TIME TO ACT
Citizens Should Make Known to Coun Council
cil Council Their Wishes on Material
to Pave the Streets
The Star is informed that the coun council
cil council is to soon have, the opportunity to
sell the $50,000 bond issue for im improvements.
provements. improvements. At the time, a year ago, that the
citizens voted these bonds it was the
prevailing opinion that a coat of as asphalt
phalt asphalt from three-quarters of an inch
to two inches would be the proper
material for paving our streets. The
plans and specifications were publish published,
ed, published, so no one can claim ignorance on
the subject.
Since then, however, it has been
I learned that asphalt laid elsewhere
has broken under the strain put on it,
and many of our citizens have ex expressed
pressed expressed themselves as unwilling to
have such a thin surfacing put down.
It's the Star's opinion (backed by
lega lopinion) that the election did
not bind the council to use any partic particular
ular particular material on the streets, or the
thickness to which it should be laid.
There has been a resolution passed,
but that can be rescinded. It is also
the Star's opinion that the council
will accede to the wishes on the subr
ject of the citizens, provided it knows
what said wishes are.
The Star would advise all citizens
who wish a change in pavement plans
to attend the meeting of the council
I tomorrow night; express their ideas
,and reasons therefor. If they do not,
1 they need blame nobody but them them-j
j them-j selves if another $150,000 in money is
, wasted.
Personally, we do not believe the
proposed thin pavement will stand the
wear of traffic.
BIG HANGAR BURNED
(Associated Press)
Miami, May 2. Fire today destroy destroyed
ed destroyed the I. S. Boyd seaplane hangar and
seven planes. The loss of $25,000 is
partly covered by insurance.

TALLAHASSEE
Key West-Tallahassee
Miami-Tallahassee
Pensacola-Tallahassee
Live Oak-Tallahassee
Lake City-Tallahassee
Jacksonville-Tallahassee
Tampa-Tallahassee
Fort Myers-Tallahassee

DIXIE HIGHWAY
BOTH EAST AND WEST. COASTS

I
dewberry (Ion
The Decision
He and His Pals Acquitted by the
Supreme Court of All Blame in
the Michigan Primary
' Assoc Iate4 Press)
Washington, May 2. The convic conviction
tion conviction of Senator Newberry in the fed federal
eral federal courts in Michigan for conspiracy
to violate the federal corrupt prac practices
tices practices act was set aside today by the
supreme court. The conviction of six sixteen
teen sixteen other defendants also was set
aside. The court held that Congress
is witnout power to regulate pri primaries.
maries. primaries. Justice McReynolds read the opin-
ion, to which Justice McKenna dis
sented as to the power of Congress
but agreed as to the decision. Chief
Justice White also ditented from
the decision that Congress did not
have power to control all elections, but
agreed that the statute was "grossly
misconstrued.'' White said he concur concur-ed
ed concur-ed in reversal of the conviction but
thought a new trial should be held.
News of the decision reached the
Senate chamber during a heated de debate
bate debate between Senator Underwood of
Alabama and Senator Penrose of
Pennsylvania, and others. Immediate
ly the senators gathered in groups and
manifested undisguised interest in the
court ruling.
GOOD REPORT ON THE
STATE PRISON FARM
St. Augustine, April 30. Abolition
of the convict leasingsystem and es establishment
tablishment establishment of the "honor system" at
the state prison farm at Raiford three
years ago, have placed the institution
among the best conducted in the coun country,
try, country, according to a report by a writer
for the St. Augustine Record. Visi Visitors
tors Visitors and superintendents of penal in institutions
stitutions institutions from throughout the coun country
try country have come to Raiford to study the
methods in vogue there.
Four hundred and eighty-two in inmates,
mates, inmates, according to the writer, are
held at the farm, while 750 scattered
throughout the state at work on the
roads. Under the honor system 'cor 'corporal
poral 'corporal punishment is not resorted to
except for serious offenses' andTaH
armed guards have been discharged.

.... 640 Milts
484 Miles.
203 Miles
84 Miles
107 Miles
165 Miles
... 303 Miles
385 Miles

2371 Miles
FLICK MAY BE DEAD
American in Russia Driven by
Treatment to a Hunter
Strike
(Associated Press)
Riga, May 1. William Flick. Am American
erican American moving picture operator held
captive in Russia, has declared a hun hunger
ger hunger strike in the prison in Moscow
where he is confined, according to in information
formation information telegraphed here by Capt.
Merion C. Cooper of Jacksonville,
Fliu, the American airman who re recently
cently recently escaped from a soviet Russian
prison. Captain Cooper is on his way
to Warsaw and during his journey
met V. Mmogarsewski, a Polish diplo diplomatic
matic diplomatic official who had just been re released
leased released from the prison in which Flick
is incarcerated. M. Smogarsewiki
said that Flick, who had declared he
would not eat until he was released,
was seriously ill when the Polish dip diplomat
lomat diplomat last saw him. This was od April
1, when Flick had been nine days with-
out food. He was then unable to move
rcm tis eot bat was steadfast in his
determination to starve to death un-
!ies- he freed, according to his re
cent companion in prison. Flick had
declared in a written statement to the
soviet government, said Smogarsew Smogarsew-ski,
ski, Smogarsew-ski, that he was an American, guilty
of no crime and held in prison many
months without trial. Hence his de decision
cision decision to secure either freedom or
death.
FLORIDA'S STRAWBERRY CROP
Washington, May L Florida's
strawberry crop this year is smaller
than last year's but much larger than
the year before, according to the fore forecast
cast forecast of the department of agriculture.
This Tear's crop is forecast at 193
cars compared with 217-last year and
118 in 1919. The production, there
fore, is about 2,163,000 quarts. That
would be 2$60 quarts or 85 crates to
the acre compared with 82 crates to
the acre last year and 77 crates to the
acre in 1918. The are in strawber strawberries
ries strawberries this year was placed at 1C50
acres compared with 1190 acres last
year and 689 acres in 1919.
Arrtftnrtetlcsl Problem. ;
A country lad went to a neighbor
tng town and applied for a siroatisa
advertised to the local paper. One f
the questions was: "A man buys as
article fw aot sen It for 2.04 1
floe he a!n o lose on the transac transaction
tion transaction ?" After pondering the question,
(he rural youth answered: He galas
mi'th inars. but ine on the rents."

America, Say White House Officials
Today, has No Such
Intention

(Associated Press)
Washington, May 2. The appoint
ment of an American diplomatic rep
resentative to the Vatican is not un
der consideration, said a statement
issued today at the White House, in
response to repeated inquiries as to
the possibility of such an appointment
being made. The statement added
there would be no occasion to consider
such a proposal unless Congress by
enactment of law provides for such
representation and that the president
does not understand and such propos
al has been made to Congress.
JACKSONVILLE PRINTERS N
LIKE THEIR JOBS
Jacksonville, May 2. Typographic
al union officials here said that only
two printers struck in Jacksonville
today to, enforce the demand for a 44 44-hour
hour 44-hour week, but seven pressmen went
out.
MARRIED AT LEISURE
REPENTED IN HASTE
Holland Killed his Wife and Self the
- Third Day After
Marriage
( Associated Press)
Lynchburg, Va, May 2. Lucius J.
Holland, aged forty-five, a prominent
attorney at Bluefield, W. Va who
married Virginia Sixer, aged thirty thirty-two,
two, thirty-two, his stenographer v here Friday,
cut his wife's throat and then slashed
his own throat with a razor in a local
hotel here today. The woman died
40 minutes later. Holland's death vu
almost instantaneous. Holland suf suffered
fered suffered a nervous breakdown a year ago.
ORDER PLACED FOR SUGAR MILL
West Palm Beach, May 1. An or
der was placed in New Orleans last
week by F. E. Bryant and Elmer An
derson of the Florida Sugar and Food.
Products Company, for machinery for
Palm Beach county's first sugar mill.
The mill is to be erected on the south
side of West Palm Beach canal a mile
and a half east of Canal Point. The
company expects to break ground for
the building within thirty days, it has
been announced. It will be able to
handle -GOO ,000 tons of sugar cane an annually.
nually. annually. The company owns about
8000 acres of land, most of which it
intends to let on contract to planters
who will produce cane. Clarence Ea-
sall, one of the members, says there
are between 800 and 1000 acres plant
ed in cane near Canal Point now but
that much of it will be required for
seed.
GOOD RECORD OF THE
DEAF AND BLIND SOIOOL
St. Augustine, April SO. A. law
should be 'enacted to require the par parents
ents parents of deaf or blind children to send
them to the Florida School for the
Deaf and Blind, here, according to Dr.
Albert IL Walker, president of the in institution.
stitution. institution. Many such parents are
neglecting to give their children an
education because of sentimental rea reasons,
sons, reasons, the president says.
The institution is asking for an ap-
yiviiiaMvu vi rv,vw iiviu ujc ev event
ent event legislature. President Walker said,
to meet the increased cost of living
and to effect necessary improvements.
There is a long waiting list X appli applicants
cants applicants for entrance to the school, but
no more children can be cared for un until
til until the facilities are increased.
The average attendance has been
211, of which 176 zrere white and 35
negro children, according to the pres president's
ident's president's biennial report. The institu institution
tion institution maintains several departments
for instruction in business and do domestic
mestic domestic subjects. Vocal and musical
training is given, and the manual
training department has courses in
printing, cabinet-making, broom broom-making,
making, broom-making, chair caning, rug weaving
and sundry other trades. The school's
biennial report containing 43 pages
came from the print shop operated by
the students.
The First Stenographer.
Isaar Iltman. contrary to common
belief, wa not the fim stenographer.
The first itnomnhr as tmm mm
be determined by the records onearth-
w hp w uo prwci. was Marcus Tu
Has Tiro, the scholarly secretary t
Marcus TcMIus Cicero. Tiro took dowa
a speech delivered by Cato In the year
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OCALA EYENfcNG STAR, MONDAY, 3IAY 2, 1921

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Legal advertisements It legal rates

state. He also says that forty coun counties
ties counties in the state are in bad financial
condition, to the amount of $1,750,000,
and he and his coadjutors are trying
to obtain relief from the state. It
does not seem just to us that the
citizens of those counties where econ

omy and good management have pre

vailed should be taxed for the benefit

of the counties where extragance and

carelessness have been the rule. In all

the trouble about school expenses,
you don't see any effort made to re reduce
duce reduce expenses, but rather to add it.

in the counties where school matters

are very bad, it would be a good idea
to shut the schools until the people

earn to elect only competent officers.

Until this is done, running to the leg

islature for relief, and receiving it,
every time school affairs go wrong,
will only make matters worse and
raise taxes higher.

The older this country is, and the
lazier the Deoole become, the more

holidays they want.
The Tampa Tribune correctly re

marks, "And when you come to think

of it, optimism .that is not largely

composed of neDtimism is not worth

much."

The Times-Union puts it in a nut

shell when it says: "If the movies are
to be censored the next thing to do
will be to Drovide a board to censor

the censors."

If the 1919 legislature had possess

ed the spirit to impeach old man
Catts, we would have gloried in its

spunk. Now, that he has been strip

ped of his power, we think there is

little wisdom in a legislature trying
to prove what everybody knew two

years ago.

Representative Unchurch of Nas
sau, has introduced into the House i
bill asking Congress to favorably con

sider Congressman Clark's bill to cut

the trans-Florida canal from Cumber

land sound to the gulf. This would

be a most useful work, benefiting the

entire nation as well as Florida.

Says the Times-Union: "Ocala,

anent the capital-removal matter,
shows a pretty broad spirit when its
people say that if 'any other place can
show superiority, we will get behind
that place,' meaning to drop Ocala's

claim and boost for the 'other place

beine made the capital of Florida.

That's what some people call 'admir
able!'"

The Old Politician told 'the Young

t Reporter that the way for Orlando to
get the capital on the final vote of the
people was to have Palatka in the race

as strong as Ocala. Orlando Report

er-Star.

And the Old Reporter can tell the
world that setting peninsula towns
against each other will result in their

common defeat.

This riparian rights business is go

ing to tangle the state in a bunch of

knots, if it doesn't look out. The Unit United
ed United States government gives every
owner of property on navigable water
the right to all ground between the

water's edge and the channel and by

the channel is meant water deep

enough for boats to move in. If the

state is to take the ground between

that water's edge and deep water, it
can sell it to any party that wants to

put up a fishhouse or a fertilizer fac

tory in front of the owner's home. The
legislature had better let laws on rip

arian rights conform strictly with

those of the national government.

The legislature has passed a bill ap
propriating $30,000 for an experimen

station in Gadsden county, to help
the' tobacco growers of that county
combat a disease that is destroying

their plants. Seems to the Star that
it would have been much wiser to have
given the money to the experiment
station at Gainesville, where it would
have benefited the whole state, as well

"OX TO ORLANDO,"

THE LEGION SLOGAN

GOVERNOR HARDEE

FOR FULL PUBLICITY

With reference to the movement for

greater publicity for the acts of state
and county officials and especially for
all tax expending bodies of the state,

Governor Hardee has expressed him him-sef
sef him-sef as being a thorough believer in the

fullest publicity that can be given

public affairs. While the governor

has not expressed himself as to the

bill now before the legislature, requir

ing the publication of a synopsis of
the proceedings of all tax expending

bodies, he ha sapproved the principles

involved, and has indicated his hope
that a proper bill securing the objects
above referred to, will receive the ap approval
proval approval of the legislature.

MOTHER'S DAY

Marion County Post Meets Wednes Wednesday
day Wednesday to Select Delegates
On to Orlando!
This is the slogan now for all ex ex-service
service ex-service men and women. The reunion
of the ex-service men of the state
and the annual convention of the Am American
erican American Legion will be held in Orlando

Monday and Tuesday, May 16th and
17th. Orlando is making elaborate
preparations to entertain the ex-

service men and the legionnaires

during the two days.

Marion County Post No. 27 meets

Wednesday night at eight o'clock

when the members are expected to re

port whether or not they will attend

the reunion in Orlando. The plans of

the post are to have its members go
to Orlando in automobiles, forming a
motorcade, with banners flying. The
delegates and alternates from the
local post to the state convention will
be elected next Wednesday night, and
the post will decide whether or not
its delegates should go instructed. The
question of the state bonus for ex ex-service
service ex-service men and women will come be before
fore before the state convention, and that
question will no doubt come before
the meeting of the post.
Representatives from the Orlando
post of the legion will be present at
Wednesday night's meeting to explain
all of the details of the state conven convention
tion convention and to answer questions concern concerning
ing concerning accommodations in Orlando dur during
ing during the convention. The officers of
the Marion County Post No. 27 are

urging therefore, the attendance of

every member of the post at the meet
ing.

Editor Star: Won't you kindly

permit me to join your excellent pa paper
per paper in a reminder to the good people
of our community that next Sunday is
Mother's Day? Dr. S. Parkes Cadman

says that the mere mention of that
day "brings a true son's heart into his
throat and sets every pulse in his

veins beating with reverent exulta

tion." God called my own mother
back to himself when I was but a lad
and I can honor her, therefore, only in

memory. But those happy folks whose
mothers are still with them find, I
know, rich joy in showing some spe

cial manifestation of affection for
mother on this day.

Without the slightest intent to dic

tate to anybody, I venture to call on

every boy and girl as well a.s every
adult, whose mother is still living, to

make some special observance of the

day. If your mother lives near you,
why not make it your business to ese

her that day and make her a little
gift something she will especially
prize? Why not go to church and sit
with her? Why not tell her in so
many words something of your love

for her? Why not do something that
day that will give her pleasure and

joy 7

If mother lives at a considerable

distance and you cannot see her in

person, surely you will send her a
card of greeting or a letter or a tele telephone
phone telephone message or a telegram. To
properly observe the day will prove a
joy to mother and a real benefit to
you, too. As long as my own mother
lived I was "tied to her apron strings"
and I am proud of thhat fact.
C. L. Collins,
Pastor First Baptist Church.

KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS

Ocala Lodge No. 19. Conventions
held every Monday evening at 7:30
o'clock at the castle hall, over the G.
C. Greene Co. drugstore. A cordial
relcome to visiting brothers.
Tom Proctor, C. C.
Chas. K. Sage, K. of R. & S

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Ocala. Fla.
HARDWARE
HIGH GRADE PAINT

THIS IS A STUDEBAKEI? YE All II

NEEDHAM MOTOR CO.
General Auto Repairing
and Storage
Gasoline, Oils and Grease
USED CARS FOR SALE

Cars Washed $1.00
Cars Polished 0

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Oklawaha Ave. & Orange St j
Phone 252 1

VISIT
Our Splendidly Equipped Repair Shop
See How Well We Arc Prepared to Fix Your Automobile
MURPHY MOTOR COMPANY
Main Street, Opposite Ocala Iron Works OCALA, FLORIDA

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

You have often thoueht

Zif1 ou vrou have your
- eyes examined "some
5. day Why delay Ionser-
DR. K. J. WEinE.
Optometrist and Optician

I ETesight Specialist
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L. ALEXANDER
(PRACTICAL CONTRACTOR AM
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BUILDER
Careiuj estimates made on all c&
tract work. Gives more and better
work fr the money than any othei
contractor in the city.

Standard drugs
promptly delivered.
C. Greene.

and specialties,
Phone 435. G.

Those delicious rolls you so highly

complimented your hostess on were

2-tf ; made at the Federal Bakery. 25-6t

YOU APPRECIATE PROMPT SERVICE?

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Send us your orders for
WE EEST Western and
Florida Meats. Poultry,
Fancy Groceries, Vegeta Vegetables,
bles, Vegetables, etc.
Phone 108
MAIN STREETMARKET

OUR MOTTO HIGH QUALITY AND LOW PRICES

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BARGAIN IN CUT DOWN BUICK

One 4-cylinder Buick, disc wheels,
cut down racer. Bargain.
AUTO SALES CO.,
29-6t Mack Taylor.

ODD FELLOWS

Tulula Lodge No. 22, I. O. O. F.,
meets every Tuesday evening at 8
o'clock at the Odd Fellows hall in the
third story of the Gary block. A
warm welcome always extended to
visiting brothers.
T. C. Carter, N. G.
Frank G. Churchill, Secretary.

ORDER OF EASTERN STAR

Ocala Chapter No. 29, O. E. 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.
ROYAL ARCH MASONS
Regular conventions of the Ocala
Chapter No. 13, R. A. M., on the fourth
Friday in every month at 8 n. m.
H. S. Wesson. H. P.
B. L. Adams, Secretary.

ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE
OF TRAINS IN OCALA
Seaboard Air Line
Arrive from Jacksonville.. 2:10a.m.
Leave for Tampa 2:15 a.m.
Arrive from Jacksonville.. 1:30p.m.
Leave for Tampa 1:55 p.m.
Arrive from Jacksonville.. 3:51p.m.
eave for Tampa 4:05 p.m.
Arrive from Tampa 2:14 a.m.
Leave for Jacksonville.... 2:15a.m.
Arrive from Tampa 1:35 p.m.
Leave for Jacksonville.... 1:55p.m.
Arrive from Tampa 4:16 p.m.
Leave for Jacksonville.... 4:17p.m.

Arrive from New York.... 1:34a.m.
Leave for St. Petersburg.. 1:37a.m.
Arrive from St. Petersburg 2:55 a. m
Leave for New York.. I... 3:00a.m.
Atlantic Coast Line
Arrive from Jacksonville.. 2:31 a. fix
eave for St. Petersburg.. 2:32a.m.
Arrive from Jacksonville.. 3:34p.m.
Leave for St. Petersburg.. 3:35 p.m.
Arrive from Jacksonville. .10:12 p. m.
Lt-ave for Lees burg 10:13 p.m.
Arrive from St. Petersburg 2:26 a.m.
.leave for Jacksonville.... 2:27a. m
Arrive from St. Petersburg 1:25 p.m.
Leave for Jacksonville.... 1:45p.m.
Arrive from Leesburg.... 6:41a.m.
Leave for Jacksonville. 6:42 a. m.
Arrive from Homosassa... 1.25p.m.
Le.ve for Homosassa 3:25 p.m.
Arrive from Gainesville,
daily except Sunday.... 11 :50 a.m.
Leave for Gainesville, daily
except Sunday 4:45 p m.
Leave for Lakeland Tues Tuesday,
day, Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday 7:25 a.m.
Ar. trom Lakeland, Tues Tuesday,
day, Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday 11 :u3 p. m.
jLeave for Wilcox, Monday,
Wednesday and Friday.. 7:10a.m.
Anive from Wilcoi., Mon Monday.
day. Monday. Wednesday. Friday. 6:45 p.m.

BARGAIN IN FORD SEDAN

One 1921 Ford sedan, practically
new, perfect shape. Will sell at bar bargain
gain bargain for quick sale.
AUTO SALES CO.,
29-6t Mack Taylor.

The best talent in Ocala is on the

program for the concert at the Wom

an's Club, May 3rd. A delightful ev evening
ening evening is anticipated. The proceeds will
go towards beautifying the new Vic Victory
tory Victory Way. 29-3t

OCALA LODGE NO. 286, B. P. O. E.

Ocala Lodge No. 286, Benevolent
and Protective Order of Elks, meets

as Gadsden, had the assistance of the the second and fourth Tuesday eve

national government and gone to work
at once. It will be several months
months before such an institution can
be put into operation in Gadsden
county.

Frequently I read in an exchange of
the arrival of "a new baby girl in
some worried home. As a usual thing
these babies are new for I've never
yet seen a notice of the arrival of an
"old" baby girl or boy, either. It
seems to me that "birth of daughter"
would fill the bill of particulars just
as well as "arrival of a new baby
girl" and would save the linotyper.
several motions. Eh, What? Thorn
in Kissimmee Valley-Gazette.
We hope society reporters will sit
up and take notice.
Mr. C. R. M. Sheppard, superinten superintendent
dent superintendent of schools of Volusia, who is try trying
ing trying to push a big appropriation for
the common schools thru the legisla legislature,
ture, legislature, says that twelve counties will

nings of each month. Visiting breth brethren
ren brethren always welcome. Lodge rooms
upstairs over Troxler's end the Book
Shop, 113 Main street.
A. A. Vandenbrock, E. R.
C. Y. Miller, Secretary.

WOODMEN OF THE WORLD

Fort King Camp No. 14 meets at
K. of P. hall at 7:30 p. m. every sec second
ond second Friday evening at 8 o'clock. Visit Visiting
ing Visiting sovereigns are always welcome.
H. B. Baxter, C. C
Chas. K. Sage.. Clerk.

MARION-DUNN MASONIC LODGE

Marion-Dunn Lodge No. 19, F. & A.
M., meets on the first and third
Ihursday evenings of each month at
7:ii0 o'clock until further notice.
J. R. Dey, W. M.
B. L. Adams. Secretary.

-A large shipment just received of
Bordeaux Mixture, Disinfectants and

nnt be able to ODen their schools this f INSECTICIDES, etc, at the Anti-

jiutumn unless they are helped by the Monopoly Drug Store. 20-12t

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 p. m. Owned
and operated by 100 Americans, tf

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

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UQUIDATIO

N SALE

Stock of general merchandise and and-fixtures
fixtures and-fixtures of CAMERON COMPANY
of Mcintosh, Fla. The entire stock
and fixtures must be sold in bulk
at the earliest possible date. The
trustee will show you the inven inventory
tory inventory and the stock at any timev

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HEALING MISSION AT
THE EPISCOPAL CHURCH

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McINTOSH, FLORIDA

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ATTRACTIVE PRICES

Uneedas and all 10c National Biscuit Co.'s crack crackers
ers crackers 8c, or 3 for 22c. All 20-cent packages
16c or 3 for 40 cents.
Evaporated Peaches, per pound 15c.
Octagon Soap 8c; 3 for 20c
Export Borax Soap, per cake 5c.
Grandma, Gold Dust and other washing Powders
per package 5c.
Cherry Bell Floura strictly first-class Kansas
hard wheat flour 12-lb. bags 70c; 24-pound
bags $1.40.
Very best Head Rice 3 pounds 25c.
Very best Blue Rose Rice 4 pounds 25c.
Lard Compound, 1 pound 15c; 2 pounds 25c
Pure Lard, per pound 20c; 2 pounds for 35c.
Argo Starch, 3 for 25c; 1 dozen for S5c.
Guaranteed Eggs per dozen SOc.
Pure Sugar Cane Syrup in quart cans or bot bottles,
tles, bottles, 30c; pint 15c; drawn from barrel, per
gallon 75c
W. Baker's Cocoa, y2 pound 3Gc; 2 fcr 55c.
W. Baker's Cooking Chocolate, y2 -lb. cakes 25c
Our Delivery Service is ct yartr command
if you trade with us.

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At the Sunday morning service the
Episcopal church was filled with an
interested congregation, several from
nearby towns, and at the close of the
impressive lecture by Mr. Henry C
Blandford about fifty supplicants

&) knelt at the chancel rail to reecive the

n; healing toucn oi tne laying on ox

hands which was followed by the
church's blessings by Rev. John. J.
Neighbor, the rector.
Mr. Blandford has a wonderful per personality,
sonality, personality, with a quiet, earnest carry carrying
ing carrying voice which immediately impresses
one that he has a God-given potency.
His illumination of the scripture con-

jpsjeerning Christ's work while on earth
and its continuation by "ordinary

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years ago, gave one a higher and
broader viewpoint of the real mean meaning
ing meaning of life and one relation to God
and his fellow man.
His morning lesson was taken from
John 14:11-15. Jesus saith: "Believe

me that I am in the Father, and the
Father in me; or else believe me for
the very work's sake. Verily, verily, I

say unto you, he that believeth on me,
the works that. I do shall he do also;
and greater works than these shall he
do; because I go unto my Father. And
whatsoever ye shall ask in my name,

that will I do, that the Father may be
glorified in the Son. If ye shall ask

anything in my name I will do it. If
ye love me keep my commandments."
Mr. Blandford emphasized the fact
that the world in general thought that
the miracles "of divine healing ceased

after Christ's departure 1900 years
ago, but a thousand years are as one

day with God.
Unwavering faith in the potency of

God, with a desire to be health either
bodily or spiritually or both, was the
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very Keynote to ms lecture, r-eter
had the "desire to go to his Lord and
master while he was walking upon the
sea. Christ said, "Come," and Peter
immediately began to walk upon the
sea. but as soon as the winds were

boisterous he became frightened and
began to sink. "O thou of little faith,
wherefore didst thou doubt?" The

power is within us, it is the daring to
find that power and to use it for the
good of humanity. "Christ's agents
while on earth were ordinary men,
therefore, ordinary men, like myself,"

Mr. Blandford stressed, "are expected

to do his work during his absence hi

the esh. He is with us in spirit al

ways. God it with us now," he said,
and in the silence of the moment one

truly felt the divine presence.

Following the lecture is the healing

hour, a solemn hour, when the mis mis-sioner
sioner mis-sioner trembles with concentrated ef

fort and the thrill of his magnetic

touch is -felt-byjhe beneficiary.

Rev. Neighbor announced -that the
mission work would continue for a
wpek and everv one was invited. It

is undenominational and free. Seiv

ices at 10 a. m. every day and at 7:30
in the evening. Rev. Neighbor read
a letter from Bishop Mann giving his
nnnrnval and endorsement of the

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mission also a letter from Rev. Col

lins of the BaDtist church, who ex

tended sympathy and encouragement

Rev. C. W. White offered the use of

th Methodist church in the event

Grace church was found too small to

seat the congregation. Other clergy

men and friends seems to be interest

ed in the movement.

Extra chairs were placed in the

aisles to seat the large evening con

gregation. A roller chair and the lame

on crutches indicated that many are
daring to test the promises of God

which were forcibly and wonderfully

mtpmreted bv Mr. Blandford in his

evening lecture. He quoted many pas

sages of scripture to prove that all of
his teachings are founded in the holy

scripture just as Christ taught them

Tha Towr of tvraver and faith: the

relation of the body to the soul, the

interpretation of truth as Christ
doTwnnsfratpjl it in his daily life. "No

one." he said. can have a true con

ception of Christ if his miracle of
healing and that phase of his life is
eliminated." The church has awakened
to that divine command and thousands

are receiving blessings and cures.
If there are patients who are med medically
ically medically 'unfit to attend the services in
person, Mr. Blandford will go to them.
With co-operation, prayer and faith

much good may be done in the city

and vicinity. Reporter.

TO THE PUBLIC

We Solicit
Your

BENEFIT CONCERT
FOR VICTORY- WAY

Cleaning
and
Pressing

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 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
pot on all work.

Walkley&Barnett
Phone 74

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Program to be Given at the Woman's ;
Club Building, Tuesday Evening.
May Third j
Piano solo; "A Night in Granada
(Debussy) Miss Dorothy Lancaster, j

Vocal solo aria, LaBoheme (Pusin-

ni) Mrs. H. M. Hampton.

Vocal solo, select ed Mr. Edwin 1

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Vocal solo, Entreaty (Bailey) Mrs..

L. E. Futch. t

Vocal solo. My Heart at Thy Sweet ';

Voice (Saint-Saens) Mrs. Philip G.?

Murphy. j

Vocal duet, selected Messrs. J. J.

and A. E. Gerig.

Vocal solo. For You Aline (Geehil)

Mrs. Jean Conoley. j

Remarks, "Victory Way" Mr. W.

K. ZewadskL i

Vocal solo, aria Oberon (Von We-'.

ber) Miss Musie Bullock. t

Flute solo Serenade (Cox) Michael
Voulgais.
Vocal solo, selected Mr. Lester
Lucas.
Dance, "From the Land of the Sky
Blue Water" (Cadman) Miss Mar Margaret
garet Margaret Hocker, assisted by Mrs. Hamp Hampton,
ton, Hampton, voice, and Mr. Voulgais, flute.
Vocal solo, aria. La Favorita (Dene (Dene-zetti)
zetti) (Dene-zetti) Mrs Sarah Jane Manly.
I Accompanists, Mrs. Moremen. Mrs.
Ware, Mrs. Lucas and Miss Wart-Imann.

Admission, 50 cents.

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call in person.
Many times it is inconvenient lor you to come
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Whatever your need in our line,
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Phone 519
111 W. Broadway

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BARNEY SPENCER, Phone 431

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

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Our offices are now located at No.

South Magnolia street, west side

of the public square, in the .Masters

block. Increased patronage of the

Florida House, and the rapid growing

knavnpss' of oviT own. forced us to

hunt larger quarters for our office

We wish to thank the management of

the Florida House for the many fa

vors shown us, and it is with regret

that they havent sufficient room to

continue to take care of us. We still

have our motto hanging on the wall

which reads: "He profits most who

serves best." We have endeavored to

live according to this motto, and are

now prepared to give better service

than ever before. A visit to our office,
and a consultation with us regarding

property which you have for sale, or

nronerty which you desire to pur

chase, will be to your interest.

E. A. Strout Farm Agency,

26-6t James Hall, Representative

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Ocala House Block
PHONE 78

A most helpful and delightful all-1

day meeting of the Woman's Mission

ary Union, district No. 4, of Marion

association, was held Thursday with
the Baptist church of Dunnellon. The

delegates began to arrive at ten
o'clock and found the church cool and
fragrant with quantities of beautiful

flowers and the "hostess society, headed

by Mrs. T. W. Strange, everywhere

making the visitors welcome and comfortable.

Mrs. George Scofield of Inverness,

who is superintendent of this district,

had prepared an excellent program,

which she carried, through on schedule

time. An unusually interesting feat

ure was the presence of an evangelist
and his singer. Dr. Lamar and Mr.

Hackner of Atlanta. These good men

are holding a series of meetings with

the church at Inverness and together
with Rev. Rorex accompanied the del

egation from there. Dr. Lamar preach preached
ed preached the sermon at the 11 o'clock hour,

his theme being our home mission

work in the mountains of the South

ern states. He spoke with the autho-

rity of personal knowledge, having!
preached for several of those churches
and as is always the case, the people

listened to the man with the message

with rapt attention. Mr. Hackner

graciously led the singing, his splen-

hfcd-fojce giving much pleasure. Al

though primarilyawoman's meeting
a number of men were" presentthruoul
the day and their sympathetic interest
and real help were most inspiring.

The dinner hour was delightful, not
only because of the delicious and
abundant food which was spread on
the long tables in the shady church churchyard,
yard, churchyard, but also because the husbands

ir.nd neighbors, teachers and school

children were invited to join in this
part of the service, making it a large
family picnic. The Dunnellon people
are most hospitable and compliments

were heard on all sides on the progres progres-siveness
siveness progres-siveness and beauty of the town.
The program was as follows:
Music.
Scripture Mrs. Brooks.
Prayer Mrs. Strange.,
Welcome Mrs. Lang.
Response Mrs. Rorex.
Superintendent's address and ap

pointment of committees.

Roll call of societies and officers.'
Associational president's talk Mrs.

Duval.

Sermon Dr. Lamar.
Prayer Mr. Hackner.
Adjournment for dinner.
Music.
Scripture Mrs.- Rawls.
Prayer Dr. Lamar.
Sunbeam work Mrs. West.

Young people's work Mrs

ford.

Mission study Mrs. Standley
Solo Mrs. Proctor.
Round table discussion.
Dismission by Rev. Rorex.

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old price $20.00. now... i. Oil.lW

DIAMOND Plain. 30x3.
old price $17.60, how

6,000 Mile Guarantee
FEDERAL, FISK AND DIAMOND TUBES
NEW PRICES Overhauling-Ford motor $16.
Overhauling Ford rear end, $5 for time.
Grinding Ford valves, $3. .
DIXIE GARAGE
JAS. ENGESSER. Proprietor
Phone 258 West Broadway

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CIVIL ENGINEERS AND SURVEYORS
Licensed under the laws cf the State of Florida
Surveys Plats Reports
Highways Drainage Phosphate
Capt. Edward Drmlw is associated
with us and in charge of our Phoi Phoi-"pixate
"pixate Phoi-"pixate Mine and Plant Department.

Oiiices. 3:-34 Holder BIdg. -OCALA,
FLORIDA

Phone No. 5tt

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CARD OF THANKS

Persistent Advertising
Promotes and
Maintains
Supremacy

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 How of
advertising that promotes and maintains
business supremacy. Phone five-one and
let's talk it over.

Star Publishing: Company.

LIFE

FIRE

Office Phone 350

Ocala, Florida

217 West Broadway g

One Ford touring:, good shape, for

quick sale. AUTO SALES CO.,
23-6t Mack Taylor.

A. E. GERIG
INSURANCE
Ocala. Florida

ACCIDENT AUTOMOBILE

Auto Repairing!
'all cars
CYLINDERS RE-BORED AND
WELDING
JFFICIENT WORKMEN,
PROMPT SERVICE

REASONABLE CHARGES

GEO. J. WILLIAMS
Formerly Carroll Motor Company

Garage, Osceola St.

I PHONE 597

We take this means of expressing

our heartfelt thanks to our many
t-wnanAm in T oVT!T-cr OrHTltrft SnrinSTS

and Ocala for the whole-hearted sym- 3

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bereavement. May a kind providence

richly reward them for the many ;

kindnesses extended to us.

J. IL Pegram.
Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Pegram.
Luc vie Pegram.
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Vogt.

-A Uttle Bird Told Me."
The common expression. "A Uttle
bird told me so." means that Informa

tion respecting a matter has come to
a person In some secret and perhaps

mysterious manner. The saying Is not

a literal quotation, but Is borrow ec
from the twentieth verse of the tenth
chapter of Ecciesiaste. The verse
rlth a wmmlnz not to curse

those in power, and even in uktssbi

or In thy bedchamber; for a bird of

tne air shall carry the voice, and tnax s c

which hath wings shall tell the coat-

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Negotiable Storage Receipts Issued on Cotton, Automobile, Etc

L0XG DISTANCE U0YIXG

W. K. Lane. M. D, physician and J
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forgeon, specialist eye, ear, nose ano
(hroaL Office over 5 and 10 cent store

NIht 40S1 Ocala, Fla. Adv. tf

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

Phone 29S



OCA LA EVENING STAR. MONDAY. MAY X 1921

Cash and Carry Meat Market
CRAWFORD PASTEUR, Prop..
Located in the 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
Round Steak 30e
Other Steaks 24c
Brisket Stew 17 Y2e
Hamburger 23e

FINE PORK

Pork Chops
Pork Stew
25c
20c
BEST OF
Veal Chops
Veal Stews
.38c
.20c
FIRST QUALITY
Round Steak 40e
Good Roast 38c

WESTERN LAMB
Lamb Chops. 50c. Lamb Leg 40c
Lamb Ribs --.35c Lamb Flank. 25c
We ask you for your patronage and
Thank You in advance.

WE HAVE THE TIRE YOU WANT
WHEN YOU WANT IT
"SERVICE" Oar Motto -UNITED
STATES TIRES HOOD TIRES
ACCESSORIES
I SINCLAIR MOTOR OILS
CARS WASHED AND POLISHED
KUMBAK SERVICE STATION

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THE WINDSOR HOTEL
JACKSONVILLE, fLORIDA
In the heart, of the city with Hemming Park for a front yard.
Every modern convenience in each room. Dining room service i
second to none

ROBERT ML MEYER,
Manager.
SPOT CASH
GROCERY.
Staple and Fancy Groceries,
Produce,
Fruits and Vegetables.
Free Delivery :
W. A Stroud :
Phore393
Day Phone 47. Night Phone 515
GEORGE MacKAY & CO.
Funeral Directors, Embalmers
G. B. Overton, Mgr.
Ocala, Fla.
STEALING BARBER SHOP
ft,. a . .
Our service has been improved by
the addition of competent assistants,
and we invite old as well- asnewpa-
trans to come in when they want first
class and prompt service.
27-6t Stirling. Hooper, Prop.
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,r ... tit
The music committee of the Worn-
an's Club will give a concert at the
club house Tuesday night. May 3rd.
The p-oeeeds will go toward the Vic-
tory Way. 29-3t

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STEERS
Loin Steaks 30c
Good Roast 24c
Rib and Flank 1 5e
Liver 24e
Pork Hams
Pork Livers
...25c
...25c
VEAL
Veal Roast
Veal Liver
3 3
25c
WESTERN
Loin Steaks
.40c
Good Stews 20c
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You'll Enjoy One
of our cool refreshing ice cream sodas
without a word of doubt. They are
delicious. Sometime in your life you
have tasted that rich, creamy velvet velvetlike
like velvetlike liquid that smoothly slides down
your throat. Well that is the kind of
ice cream soda you get here.
THA
J. E. KA VANAUGH
Proprietor,
If
da not cur
thaaa, scad
bomt and waiat
imuufi (ova clotkins) mmd wo will
aaadpovooe for trial. Poataa prepaid.
M3IO HYCIEMCf ASfiKHV INSTITUTE
DcabM 23 Ir Ma. McwTark
NOTICE
Notice is hereby given that it is
the intention of the undersigned to
apply to the 1921 session of the leg
islature 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-
chu tax. annually, not to exceed one-
quarter of one mill, upon the real and
personal property in said county to
Provide funds for community welfare
gfj of caIa and iIarion
j Signed: Mrs. Edith G. Tydings.
! Endorsed by Ocala Woman's Club,
MxsIC-Dpzier, Pre ? id ent. M rs.
Harvey Clark, Recording "Secretary.
V7-9tmon
I
Dazira Face Powder is satisfying,
and the odor is dainty. Ask to see it
st Gerig's Drug Store. tf

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QCALA OCCIIIB

If you have any society items for
the Star, please call five-one.
Mr. Luther Mershon of Miami is in
the city greeting his friends.
Mrs. Annie Akin is visiting rela
tives at Floral City for a few days.
This is a Studebaker year. tf
Mrs. Frank Teague and son of Lady
Lake, spent yesterday in the city.
Mr. clarence tamp s mends are
glad to see him oat after a week's
severe illness.
Fresh eggs, all guaranteed, 25
cents per dozen. Farmer's Exchange
Store. 30-3t
Mr. John Dozier has accepted the
position of bookkeeper for the Murphy
Motor Company.
Mr. Raiford Simmons returned to
the city Saturday night after an ex
tended stay in Georgia.
There's no extra charge, for clean
ing your fish at the City Fish Market.
Phone 158. tf
Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Dunn of Winter
Haven are guests at the home of their
parents, Dr. and Mrs. J. H. Dunn.
Mrs. W. W. Stripling has returned
from a pleasant visit in Tampa with
her daughter, Mrs. J. N. Bryan Jr.
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
Mrs. Ray Garnett of Inverness is
a visitor in the city, a guest at the
home of her sister. Miss Rena Smith.
Miss Eloise Henry will be hostess
tonight to the regular Monday eve
ning meeting of the members -of the
A club.
This is a Studebaker year.
tf
Mr. R. B. Hall of the firm of Bui Bui-fod,
fod, Bui-fod, Hall & Smith of Atlanta, was
a visitor in the city Saturday and
Sunday.
Mrs. Sue Frink leaves tomorrow for
Ensley, Ala., where she will visit her
daughter, Mrs. George Watson for an
indefinite period.
Nice destroys the odor of perspira perspiration,
tion, perspiration, 25 cents at Gerig's Drug tSore. tf
Dr. C. B. Ayer was ablefteoBnTfo
his office this LJZfiffTwhich will be
not only to his patients,
but many friends.
Miss Georgia Smith of Jacksonville
was here Sunday on a visit to her
relatives. Miss Georgia likes Jack Jacksonville
sonville Jacksonville but yet loves Ocala.
Why pay more? Coca-cola 6 cents
at the Vogue. Phones 580-558. 23-tf
After a week's visit in the city with
his mother, Mrs. J. C. B. Koonce, Mr,
Bernard Koonce left this afternoon to
resume his regular travels for a large
tobacco firm.
There will be a business meeting of
the business woman's club tomorrow
evening at eight o'clock at the club
rooms and all members are requested
to be present.
You can always get fresh or salt
water fish, shrimp, etc., at the City
Fish Market on Fort King avenue.
rhone 158. tf
Mr. Fred Weihe is here from New
port News for a visit to hi sparents,
Mr. and Mrs. F. G. B. Weihe. He will
remain in the city until the meeting
of the optometrists, the latter part of
the month.
Mr. and Mrs. George F. Armstrong
of Savannah and Mrs. E. F. Fitch of
Feernandina are in the city for a few
days' visit, guests at the home of Mrs
Leta Bennett and Mr. and Mrs. Clar
ence Camp.
trescripxions correctly niled and
promptly delivered. Call 435. G. C,
Greene. v 2-tf
Mrs. Lena Haney of Gainesville,
Ga., has arrived in the city to take
charge of Milady's Beauty Parloi.
Mrs. Haney comes with high recom recommendations
mendations recommendations and Ocala ladies should
drop in and see hec
,Mr. and Mrs. George Taylor and
family moved last week into their new
home, formerly the Pearson place, on
Fort King avenue and when the im improvements
provements improvements are completed this will be
one of the handsomest dwellings in the
city.
Get fresh, light, fluffy rolls every
day at the Federal Bakery. 25-t
Mr. Alexander R. CassiL one of the
Star's efficient employees, received
this morning his discharge from the
navy accompanied by a very hand
some victory medal, which his many

fiiuiJj urn admiring, M.--Gasil44mnteriaI- th-fHF5 w5- Lhi -frt1!1-

was for two years and a half in con convoy
voy convoy and sub chaser service.
Hard shell crabs today at the City
Fish Market. Phone 158. 27-tf

CONCERT POSTPONED

Due to the interest manifest in the
services which Mr. Henry Blanford,
the missioner. is conducting this wek
at the Episcopal church, the concert
for the benefit of Victory Way that
teas to have taken place tomorrow eve
ning at the Woman's Club, has been
postponed until next week, the exact
date to be announced later. The pro
gram for the concert has already been
printed on an inside page of today's
paper when this announcement was
received.
Mr. Yonge Sage and hi3 bride, nee
Miss Alice O'Connor of Jacksonville,
are here on a visit to Mr. Sage's par parents,
ents, parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. K. Sage. Mrs.
Sage is a pretty and charming young
lady and makes friends of "all who
meet her.
Our Bathing Caps are pretty and
durable. All fresh stock. Gerig's
Drug Store. tf
Mrs. W. J. Berry of Columbus, O.,
has arrived in the city for a month's
visit at the home of her mother, Mrs.
Lane on Alvarez street. Mrs. Berry
as Miss Mattie Lane was one of this
city's most beloved young ladies, and
her manv friends are delighted to
have her back again.
Mrs. Napoleon Hickman after
winter's visit in the city at the home
of her daughter, Mrs. L. R. Chazal,
left this afternoon for Philadelphia
for a visit of some length, after which
she will proceed to Lake Sunapee, N.
H., where she will be joined by her
granddaughters. Misses Dorothy and
Marie Hickman, to spend the summer,
Mrs. Albert Birdsey will conclude
tomorrow a two months' visit in the
city, leaving on the early morning
train for her home in Savannah. She
has been a guest at the home of her
parents, Col. and Mrs. J. M. Martin
As Miss May Martin, Mrs. Birdsey
was one of Ocala's most charming
young ladies and her visits back home
are always a source of pleasure to her
friends.
News has been received in the city
of the death of Mrs. H. A. Kramer o
Chicago, who, with her husband made
Ocala their home for several years
During her residence in this city, Mrs
Kramer made a host of friends who
will learn with much regret of her
death, and especially among the East
ern Star members will her death be
deplored, she being past matron of the
Ocala chapter. Mr. Kramer has the
sympathy of his Ocaal friends in the
oss of his wife.
The entire comninitv 'i
mTlfr VTc'tory 'Waythat is being plan
ned by the Woman's Club. So don't
forget the concert that will be given
at the club house Tuesday, May 3rd,
for that benefit. 29-3t
The initial social function of the
week is the auction party Tuesday
afternoon at 3:30 at which Mrs. R, L.
Anderson Jr. and Mrs. R. S. Hall will
be the hostesses, entertaining at the
home of the former on Oklawaha ave
nue. These popular matrons will also
entertain a number of their married
friends at a tea Wednesday afternoon.
Both these occasions are being antici anticipated
pated anticipated with much pleasure.
Mrs. E. L. Carney left this after
noon for Pensacola to attend the
state convention of the Daughters of
the. Confederacy, which is being held
there this week. Mrs. Carney has the
distinction of holding three honors at
the convention, namely: State chair
man of the committee on cemeteries
o fthe U. D. C, a delegate from Dick-
ison chapter and a director of the
Fannie R. Gary chapter, C. of C. En
route home Mrs. Carney will visit
Governor and Mrs. allrdee at Talla Tallahassee.
hassee. Tallahassee. GUEST MUST HAVE APPETITE
Stamina and Endurance Also Needed
for Consuming "Simple Little
Dinner" in Roumania.
An Interesting personal experience
was an invitation to dinner with a
real Roumanian family (In Bucha
rest). What seemed to me a count
less array of dishes containing most
delectable dainties was arranged on a
sideboard in the apartment where we
were received.
First came pastrama, small pieces
of mutton CTil'ed with zuika. kind
of native rum. This pastrama a
marvelous flavor. But a person rett retting
ing retting it for the first time cannot swal swallow
low swallow It. He chews It and chews It Hk
a piece of American gum, first in on
cheek and then In the other, without
knowing what to t!o with It. It is an
embarrassing situation, because the
pastrama is served In the reception
room and you are expected to talk
while you are eating it. I received
my portion In an unguarded moment
while conversing with an enchanting
girl in a pompadour. Then we went
into the dining room. v
One course followed the other. One
eats at first in an inquiring spirit.
because the dishes are all novel, and
later because he likes his food for
three or four hours. At the conclusion,
the hostess apologizes for the simple
fare, explaining that the occasion Is
Intended merely to be an informal. In
tlmate. .little d'nner affording an op
portunity to discuss music and other
Company, of Vienna, .m. "the .Vienna
Neue Freie Presse.
Hard shell crabs today at the City
Fish Market. Phone 158. 27-tf

!

DUSKY WORKER OF MIRACLES
Negro Saint, Forbidden to Exereis
Power, Put Whit Bishop in
Something of a Holt.
Long ago when Peru was a Jewel In
the Spanish crown, there lived In that
country a negro of such remarkable
sanctity that his miracles rtTaled those
of the best white saints of his time.
Fearing for the supremacy of his race.
the Spanish bishop took the precau-
tion of forbidding this dark-skinned

saint to give any further exhibitions ; ouga me water nas a meuicmai ei ei-f
f ei-f his power, an order which was ac- j fect whlch prejudices them In their
cepted with the humility that marks PPisal of Its alue.

the real saint of every age, land or
color. Now, the Spaniards built a
cathedral in Lima, and during the
building of it a workmen fell from the
topmost scaffolding before the horrt-
fled eyes of the holy negro. It was
a fearful dilemma. A second's delay ;
and the man would be dashed to
pieces. -StopI" he shouted; and leav-
lng the workman hanging In midair
he sought out the bishop and ex-
Dlalned the situation. If the blshou :
did not want a poor son of Ham to
perform miracles, would he prefer to
come and do the job himself? The
bishop wisely chose to allow his black
sheep to return to the cathedral and
"carry on"; the workman fell up
again gently to his scaffolding, and
the work of building went happily on.
New York Times.
NOTES CONVERTED INTO PULP
Millions of Dollars in Wornout Cur.
rency Destroyed Every Week In
Small English Village.
v
A lonely village In Kent, England,
is the scene of the destruction of ten i
tons of treasury notes every Monday.
The average face value of the notes ;
destroyed amounts to $100,000,000.
The banks and postmasters deter determine
mine determine when the life of a treasury note
shall end. If in the opinion of a bank banker
er banker or postmaster a note "has become
worn out, it is sent to the Bank of
England. There a triangular cut Is
made In the right-hand bottom corner
of the note, and it Is then sent. In com company
pany company with millions of Its fellows, to the
chief money order department f the
post office In Holloway.
Every day more than a ton of de defunct
funct defunct currency notes are delivered
from the Bank of England to the mon money
ey money order department In Holloway. The
notes are theD defaced, made up into
bundles of a thousand and put Into
sacks. On Monday the sacks contain-
lng millions of the defunct currency
notes are put into vans and dispatched
to their destruction In Kent, where
they are converted Into pulp.
The World by Color.
If we speak by continents, the
ronllv u.'hito wnrlil mil data rf Pnmna
-
North America to the Rio Grande the
southern portion of South America,
the Siberian part. of AsiaanuUAus -
tralai the last two el "course, being
i5i-- u-e ,asi lww' OI cvurc UCLLl
Van thinir inViahitH On th rthr
very tnmiy innaoitea. un tne ouier
hand, the world of color consists of
the bulk of Asia, virtually the whole
of Africa, and most of Central and
South America. The great bulk of
the white race is, of course, concen concentrated
trated concentrated In the European continent
Four-fifths of the entire white race
lives on less than one-fifth of the
white world's area. Of the colored
races the yellow are naturally the
most numerous, living In eastern Asia, j
and numbering over 600.000,000. The.
orowns nuiuuer more man
wnue lue dibcks, wuose center is
Africa, south of the Sahara desert.
total about 150,000,000. The reds are,
of course, of less consequence.
being few In number.
Stunt to Cure Hiccoughs.
A Spanish physician claims to have
been very successful In curing stub
born cases of hiccoughs by this treat treatment:
ment: treatment: The patient lies down and
draws up his knees until his thighs
are pressed tightly to his abdomen.
the lower part of the legs being pressed
against the thighs by bending the knees.
The position Is held for several min minutes.
utes. minutes. The effect of this Is to press
the abdominal organs up against the
diaphragm and to sustain the pressure
until the diaphragm ceases Its spas-
modic contraction.

Unhappy Ant Queen la Bossed.
Forecast for Monday's Child. j Like hens, most species of ants
People born on Monday (moon's 1 have a queen, and, not unlike human
day) need never fear poverty nor will j queens, she leads an existence that
they gain great wealth. They will is not always happy. She Is sur sur-travel
travel sur-travel much, marry happily, be skilled rounded by courtiers, who, on the sur sur-ln
ln sur-ln medicine, surgery, geography and ; face, are her humble slaves, and not
mathematics ; will be fortunate as i only feed her, but act as her escort
navigators, agriculturists or printers, '. wherever she goes. But let the queen
and may become workers In precious I take It Into her head to go some some-metals,
metals, some-metals, ambassadors, or church dlgnl- j where else than the siot picked by
taries. They will be subject to ca- the workers, and she soon finds out
tarrh, toothache, and colic, and they j that the state Is greater tlian the In In-will
will In-will have a blemish In their eyes. dividual. The circle of courtiers that

Tia, Iita Ufa tnit wfll llv tn Ha
over seventy.
much
Urn.
"A school teacher lavishes
brain power on her pupils."
Urn.'
"It must please her to see her pu-
plls become famous In after life."
-Cm."
"Who Is your most famous pupil T"
"A Jazz toe dancer."
Double Payment.
"You've been eating a lot of candy,
haven't you?
' "Yes. doctor."
"And now you're paying for it."

a a - W M M Ia
tbe second payment too high." Boston
Transcript.
Not one In a hundred persons can
tell why the sky Is blue, or why the
sunrise and sunset are red. But any anyone
one anyone can easily demonstrate the work working
ing working of the "blue sky" law of nature.
Blow a film of smoke into a darkened
room and admit the -light from one win window
dow window only. Look at the smoke against
the dark background of the room and
Its color 4a btatehr-but look throoghJul
at the light and it appears reddish.
The interception of the blue rays by
small particles In the atmosphere pro pro-daces
daces pro-daces the blue color. The red rays car carried
ried carried in white light jump the gaps be be-twees
twees be-twees these partlclaa,

-v en. aocior. remwarer im iw w by of Bultenzorg. Java, says Har Har-when
when Har-when I bought It so please don't make riett c Adams to the Xatlocal Geo-

LAKE IS NATURAL WONDER

Body ef Water That Has Many Re
markabl Qualities Is Found In
North Aijftralia.
Lake Eyre Is one of the wonders of
the continent. The district Is actually
below the level of the sea. yet In the
near neighborhood of the lake are
some fine springs of water that may
be considered fresh in that cattle will
drlnk t0 them. So, too, can drovers.
in the center of the late is an
Island of rare beauty. A legend is
that,-many years ago, perhaps when
the first droving party (Doctor
Black's) took cattle through to the
northern territory, one or the more
oaring of the party or white men, un-
aeeoing tne warning or, tne Diacss
a ol man debll-debll" lived In the
,ake on men who ventured
tat tfte water, undertook to get to the
island. He started away on horse-
back, but did not return. The blacks,
who have mysterious means of com communication,
munication, communication, pave It ont that his horse
had made the island, where the animal
was seen by some of them long after
the -att!e party had gone. That
proved th' logt-nd as far as they were
concerned.
One of the peculiarities of the wa water
ter water of the Inte U that It will preserve
anything thrown Into It. It Is exceed exceedingly
ingly exceedingly buoyant. Stones thrown into It
do not sink. (It may be stated that
some of the stone the kind that does
not sink would probably float" in any
; kind of water, being pumice of the
lightest variety, almost spongy In tex-
tore.) Svduov (Australia! Times.
rUNY UntDITED WITH YARN
Aneient Roman Said to Have Origina Originated
ted Originated Remarkable Story Concern Concerning
ing Concerning Habits of Tiger.
According to Pliny, when a hunter
wished to catch tiger cubs he must be
provided with a very fleet horse, and
have another In reserve. "When the
tigress finds her lair empty she darts
forth and tracks them by the smell.
When she comes up to the hunter he
throws one of the whelps to her, with
which she returns to her lair. Then she
rushes back, and he throws another to
her; and this goes on till -he reaches
his ship."
Equally Interesting is the account in
. the Thysiologus' which explains that
the hart .deslreth the water brooks
because It bad been inhaling the breath
of drogons. So having filled Its stom stomach
ach stomach from the brook, it drowns the
dragon out of Its hole and slays it with
Its antlers.
. .
Cnicorns seem to have given much
trouble In those days, and were exter
I ...
mmated in a
fashlon. rhe hunters p!ace a vlrgln
; neiir t where tne unlcorn hag ,t9
- Thp-flT.Tcn- -slnir hr rnns
i T'u The unlco!jreelng her runs
nd places Its hend In her lap. doing
. .
h no harm.- Thla vprv natural ac-
-
tion proves hi undoing, for tlien com
eth the hunter and kllleth It."
nere is the reverse of the picture:
"But If she be not a Dure maid the unl-
t sleep, but killeth her."
I. also carved at Chester,
corn will not
This legend
England.
Sinfl Sing Indian Name.
Sine Sinir nrison. th stone.' or
n,. d0iOraite marble bastile at Os-
8jniugt x. Y., is rather appropriately
named, according to authorities who
-trace the word back to the Indian lan language,
guage, language, and find that It means stony
place. The town itself was originally
called Sing Sing. It Is beautifully sit-
uated on the Hudson and command,
I from Its elevated site, many fine views,
; It was settled by white people about
1G93.
Some authorities say the Sin SInck
Indians were thereabouts at that time,
and attribute the name of the city to
them. The prison was built there In
182C, when Capt. EI am Lynds took 100
convicts there and gave them orders
to wall themselves in.
In 1101 the town, after several un
successful attempts, chanced Its name
to Ossining, because of objections due
: to the association of its name with the
' prison.
surround her step briskly up and give
1 her sharp bites until she agrees to
i their wishes and takes the pata tney
' have planned,
Still Expecting Something.
Irate Father-In-Law I thought when
you married my daughter you said you
had expectations. What are they six?
I repeat, what are they?
Son-!n-Law Well, if you don't know,
sir, Tm sure I don't. I understood that
you were a wealthy man. Boston
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j Dom Joaos Botanical Gardens.
Dom Joao's botanical garden in Rio,
('capital of Brazil, Is today the finest
; in the New World and equaled only
graphic Magazine. Its century-old im imported
ported imported bamboos are as-tall as forest
trees; Its native Victoria Ilegia lilies
most queenly of their kind. Its Boyal
Palm avenue, almost 1.S00 feet long,
is second only to Ilio's Quadruple Palm
avenue bordering the Mangue canal
In the early days these palms were
a mark of the royal distinction and
were planted only in parks and ave avenues
nues avenues near city and county palaces.
i The- story goes that a slave stole some
of the seeds and sold them. Today
these "feather-dusters of the gods"
wave In every part of the city. At
present there Is a free distribution of
seeds and plants from the botanical

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ADVERTISEIENTS
V ANTED, LOST, J-'OUND. FOS
SALE, FOR RENT AND SIM SIMILAR
ILAR SIMILAR LOCAL NEEDS
Rates: Six lines, maximum, one time.
25c; three times, 50c; six times, 75c;
one month. $3. Payable ia advance.
FOR SALE Genuine Porto Rico
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 IL
Cooner, 746 Wyomicia St, Ocala,
Fla. Phone 3S9. SO-tf
STRAYED One year old Jersey
heifer, unmarked; from my place
south of Ocala on Dixie Highway.
Reward for return. B. L. 0Nal
Ocala, Fla. 27-t
rnD o T r t ;r..i t i
Easter lilies, for home use or for
shipping. Phone G79. 28-6t
FOR SALE Ford one-ton truck, cab,
body ami top; truck run 1200 miles;
good as new; 32x4H rear tires; in
good condition. Apply Bank of
Hawthorne, Hawthorne, Fla. 28-Ct
FOR SALE New incubator and
brooder; first class condition; a bar
gain. J. E. Frampton, 1109 E. 5th
St phone 50 IX, Ocala. 29-6t
FOR SALE Baby grand Chevrolet,
1920 model F. B.-50 touring, Al-
. condition; t equipped with bumpers,"
front and rear; spot light, seat cov-'
ers, motor meter, and extra tools;
$1200, half cash, $50 a month for
the balance. L. E. MeGee, Phone
218. 30-t
BOARDERS WANTED At 704 N.
Magnolia street; ?S per week. Mrs."
J. E. Stilley. 2-9t
HQ SCHEDULES
Arrival and departure of passenger
trains at OCALA UNION STATION.
ire following schedule hgures pub published
lished published as information and not guar guaranteed.
anteed. guaranteed. s 1
i Eastern Standard Time)
SEABOARD AIR LINE RAILROAD
Leave Arrive
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-
IVIanatee-ot Petrsbrg 4:0opm
i :5f m N'York-St. Petrsbrg 1 :35 am
f:m Tai?fa ?:i?ara
Il:o0pm Tampa-Manatee 1:35pm
, m Tampa:SL Petrsbrg 4:05 Jm
1 . n
Leave Arriv
2:27 am JacksonyiUe-NTork 2:33 am
i 1:40 ?m JkaonTiIIe-Cammlle 3:24 pm
5.42 &m jteonviIie-Gansville 10:13 pm
U.y m c p0cv. T -v-i-- 0.97;-,
am ZSt.t ekSDrg-LJlKeiana z.z.1 im
i.o cD.t.kr.u..j 1 .0
Ukt CMUl (uacuuu 1M WI
1 7:10 am Dunnellon-Wilcox
; 7:25 am Dunellon-Lkeland 11:03 pm
3:30 pm Homosassa 1:25pm
1 10:1 P"1 Leesburg
6:42 am
j 4:45, Pm Gainesville 11:50
j "gSSS
am
Cigar Nomenclature.
i nomenclature of the cigar trade
J u one of t!,e lo'erestm pbaset
I of democracy. No gentleman Intent
i HPn ouuolD P marser icr m iv
cent cigar ever named it for a states
man. He complimented. Instead as
actor, a philanthropist, a race borse,
a hypothetical Indian maiden or a sup supposititious
posititious supposititious Spanish grandee. To have
j Mmf? !0nt dCr for atesman
wou,d hve been ,to botDih
I cinr inu us inTuiumary jiairuiu iuc
I people would not have stood for that
sort of thing. It would have pre presumed
sumed presumed a certain superiority which they
would have rebuked both at the cigar
stand ar.d at the polls. Philadelphia
Public f.edger's -On Second Thought."
Term "Four Hundred.
This term wnn originally applied by
1 well fcno-.vn vu-'t-rv mku of New
'fork. W n-l "I. Ml.-ur 10 the wealthW
lest r'.Vr.t .if thai city For a ball
river 1t 'i nullli.n.oire lu NVt Tors
tity. Ml::::er wm in charge of-tba
nvitf.tk'Q ti.. When questioned by
rejiorfer. he Mated that only 400
card v.ere 10 be -iit out, adding
"After nil. tt.ere a-e ntj 400 persons
In New York who count In a sodal
way." Tle reporter w able after after-nerd
nerd after-nerd to oStatn ihe I!m of guests sad
had the'r nnm-ii printed New York's
Four Hundred.
; .' t 1 -. t r iit "lJ4tH.ttel tO
. .-.. ;t Hid iter of
'.: n- r J ery ir.odest
n V f !. rm. can ob-
S'ti :i ::: i ---il "iiive. it face
iiave. : ; i -t: : ';' have the shouU
ler ;- r.. ti-l. u'1 for less
:r.n !:- ; :.. The r.r. Hed by
rii'r:ee t.::-!e'i u irlangUlST
lhujl M;"ie frl trte1t handle,
folditu xsv de- the America's
rtrtlht rjt7...r Tl.e ;.idey are road
frorj oM ml' or ivy i.ther er:ide ateel
!.! 1. I::: )Iilld Its OWflllneaS fOT
tler t.if!'--
Simple Food Agreed With Them.
The wealth of the Ceylonese is usu usually
ally usually estimated by the number of coco coconut
nut coconut trees they own. Native boats
from the Ualdize islsnds sometimes
arrive In Ceyloo,' built, rigged, provi provisioned
sioned provisioned and laden with the produce of
the coco-palms. A shipwrecked crew
wss cast upon the South Sea islands,
where the party remained for several
months. living solely on coconuts and
little boiled fish ; when they returned
they had all IncrVased In weight.
Arbitrage.
This is a term applied to transac transactions
tions transactions taking advantage of difference
In price in different markets for the
same articles. At the same time that
the trader buys la the cheaper mar market
ket market he sells in the dearer. The mar margin
gin margin between the-two prices asust b
more than the cost of exchange la
order to show a profit. Arbitraga
transactions are usually Ia bullion ct
coin, bills and exchanges or stocky
and bonds.



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