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The Ocala evening star
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Ocala Evening Star
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Evening star
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Began in 1895; ceased in 1943.
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OCALA

TEMPERATURES
Thia morning, 58.
This afternoon, 74.
WEATHER FORECAST
Fair tonight and Wednesday, cooler
in south and central portions tonight.
OCALA, FLORIDA. TUESDAY, MAY 3, 1U21
VOL. 27
NO. 101
S

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II INTERFERE
On the Contrary Urges Germany to
Make, a Speedy Agreement
with the 'Allies
.t Associate.! rres'
Washington, May 3. The German
reparations counter proposals are un unacceptable
acceptable unacceptable as a basis f6r discussion,
Secretary Hughes informed Dr. Si Simons,
mons, Simons, the German foreign minister, in
a note last night.
The secretary at tht same time urg urged
ed urged the German government to make
further proposals directly to the allied
governments. He also expressed again
the earnest desire of the American
X A L Ll J.
of "this vital question."
NOTE DELIVERED
Berlin, May 3. Tffe note of Secre-
tary Hughes to the German govern-i
ment replying to German counter pro proposals
posals proposals on reparations was delivered to
the German foreign minister this
morning by Lorirg Dresel, the Ameri American
can American commissioner here.
PREMIER BRIAND PLEASED
'London, May 3. Premier Briand
read the text of the note sent by Sec Secretary
retary Secretary Hughes to Germany urging
that country to make clear, definite
an daequate proposals to the allied
governments this morning. He said
he was greatly pleased with the note.
AMERICA WILL BE CONSULTED J
The allied supreme council today
decided to take no naval action against
Germany without consulting the Unit United
ed United States. The committee of experts
at the morning session reported on a
plan worked out concerning guaran guarantees
tees guarantees to be demanded of Germany for
payment of repaartions and the coun council
cil council will consider it this afternoon.
JUDGE BIRD MADE
GOOD niS PROMISE
Clearwater, May 3. County Judge
Bird made no idle threat wnen jie de
clared recently he would sentence to
jail thereafter persons convicted of
violating the prohibition laws. F. S.
Chapman and Henry Baker, the latter
a negro; the first offenders to appear
before the judge since that time, have
been sentenced to serve four months
on the county roads. One of the men
was capture dwith. moonshine appa apparatus
ratus apparatus in his possession while the
other had liquor.
FAMILY TROUBLES
- Tampa, May 3. A special to
the
Tribune says:
Lakeland, May 2. His pleas for a
reconciliation rejected, Velpo C. Tuck Tucker,
er, Tucker, Pasco county stockman and prom prominent
inent prominent along the west coast, grabbed
his wife by the hair and hacked her
face, throat, chect and arms with a
small knife, according to the story
told at the hospital here by Mrs.
Tucker's mother, Mrs. J. I. Walker, of
Richland, who was a horror-stricken
witness to the affair. Mrs. Tucker,
who was brought,, to the local hospital
at 8:30 o'clock tonight, four hours
after the affair, in a critical condition
from loss of blood, is expected to re recover,
cover, recover, say physicians attending her.
Meanwhile rumors here say Tucker
"made for the flatwoods" after he dis disarmed
armed disarmed his mother-in-law who had
emptied a revolver at him, and is be being
ing being pursued by officers and neighbors.
One rumor tonight was that he had
killed himself while facing arrest, but
this could not be confirmed.
WENT DOWN THE WAYS
Tampa Shipyard Launched Biggest
Ship Ever Built South of
Virginia Capes
(Associated Press)
Tampa; May 3. The T. J. Williams,
the largest vessel ever built south of
the Virginia capes, will be launched
here today. The ship is an 11,900-ton
tanker built for the Standard Oil Co.
BANKERS WERE NOT
IN LEAGUE WfTH BANDITS
I (Associated Presal
Memphis, Term., May 3. W. R.
Huntley Jr., a banker, and R. Drigg
Nolan, were found not guilty today or
the charge of receiving stolen proper property
ty property in connection with the marketing
here or a block of $65,000 worth of
libert ybonds alleged to have been
part of the loot obtained by bandits
who held up a broker's messenger in
Brooklyn last November and escaped
with $466,000 in bonds.
BARGALN IN FORD SEDAN

One 192L Ford sedan, practically
new, perfect shape. Will sell at bar bargain
gain bargain for quick sale.
AUTO SALES CO.,
29-6t Mack Taylor.

Hi OF HE
BATTLE ABBEY

f
Of the South, the Confederate 5Iemo 5Iemo-"
" 5Iemo-" rial Institute, Took Place
this Afternoon
(Associated Press)
Richmond, Hay 3. With prominent
Confederate veterans here fcr the
ceremonies, the forma lopening of the
Confederate Memorial Institute, also
known as the Cattle Abbey of the
South, takes place this afternoon.
CONESTOGA MAY BE LOST
WITII ALL ITS CREW
Navy Tug is Overdue by Many Days
at Pearl Harbor
. (Associated Press
San Diego, May 3w Fear that the
United States tugConestoga, now 37
days out from Mare Island to Pearl
Harbor, Hawaii, had foundered with
the loss of her crow of thirty officers
and men i3 expressed by Rear Admir
al Welles. Unofficial word reached
naval officers here that the tug on
April 8th was trying to ride out a
gale some 500'miles from Honolulu.
MEMBERSHIP DRIVE
FOR TnE HOSPITAL
There are a numbered of .interested
and faithful members of the Marion
County Hospital Auxiliary canvassing
the city for ?1 subscriptions, which
entitles every subscriber to 'member ship
in the woman's auxiliary of this
worthy institution' The proceeds will
go towards securing an instructor for
the nurses' school Every man, woman
and child should realize the good to
result ultimately to the community,
and be ready with his or her sub subscription
scription subscription when called upon.
Mrs. J. H. Taylor, president of the
auxiliary, has appointed the following
chairman, who have six ladies work
ing in the different wards of the town:
Mrs. -.E. W. ,Megrrill first jwardj Mrs.
Clarence Camp, second ward; Mrs. J.
E. Hyndman, third ward, and Mrs. Ed
Carmichael, fourth ward.
AMERICANS COULDNT
SAVE THEM ALL
Eight Sailors of the Burning Tokuyo
Maru Died After the Buford had
Taken Them Off
Associated Press)
Seattle, May 3. Nine persons it i3
believed lost their lives in the burning
yesterday of the Japanese steamship
Tokuyo Maru off Cape Mears, Oregon,
according to a wireless.
REDUCED LIST BY ONE
San Francisco, May 3 Eight mem members
bers members of the crew of the Japanese
steamship Tokuyo Maru died after be being
ing being taken aboard the United States
transport Buford, according to a
wirelels today from the captain of the
burned vessel.
EVEN THE GAMBLERS
DON'T ALWAYS ESCAPE
(Associated Press)
Miami, May 3. Gambling para paraphernalia
phernalia paraphernalia valued at $20,000,' taken
from the House plantation, a fashion fashionable
able fashionable resort in the suburbs of Miami,
owned and operated by Ed Ballard, of
French Lick, Ind., was burned yester yesterday
day yesterday by court order.
RAILROAD WRECK
FN WEST VIRGINIA
Bluefield, W. Va., May 3. Six per persons
sons persons were killed and twenty-seven in injured,
jured, injured, nine seriously, late yesterday
when a Norfolk and Western railroad
passenger train, backing up from
Gary, W. Va., to Welch, W. Va., ran
into an open switch and crashed into
four loaded coal cars. One of the pas
senger coaches was telescroped.
CUBAN RAILROADS ARE
PARALYZED' BY STRHvE
(Associated Press)
Havana. May 3. The railroads
throughout eastern Cuba are paralyz
ed by the workers' strike and gun
boats are being employed to move
mail between Santiago and other
points which can be reached by water,
SHOT LN THE SPINE
Sanford, May 3. Floyd Co wart is
in. the hospital paralyzed from the
waist down with small chance of re
covery as a result of a bullet wound

inSicted early today by Jim Goolsby,
who is held without bail pending the
outcome. The bullet entered Cowart'
shoulder and ranged downward, lodg lodging
ing lodging in the spine. The men were quar quarreling.
reling. quarreling. This is a Studebaker year. tf

III COUNTY I

POST Tfl MEET
Wednesday Night, to Make Arrange Arrangements
ments Arrangements for Attending the State
Convention at Orlando

Marion County Post No. 27. of the Jthey made a leak it Two Mi Mi-American
American Mi-American Legion meet3 tomorrow hi-n m:iii;tir. nno n r.!UT

nieht in the armory at 8 o'clock. At 1
'this meeting the port will eect its del
egates and alternates to the state
convention of the American Legion in
Orlando, May 16-17. Orlando is pre preparing
paring preparing to entertain ten thousand ex ex-service
service ex-service men and women daring the
two days of the reunion in that city.
The Orlando post is making elaborate
preparations for entertainment.
At tomorrow night's meeting of th'j
Marion county post, there will be
present representatives from the Or Orlando
lando Orlando post who will explain the details
of the reunion and answer any ques
tions that any one may have.
One of the important features of
the Orlando reunion will be the estab
lishment of a state woman's auxiliary
of the American Legion and each aux auxiliary
iliary auxiliary in the state is expected to send
representatives. The auxiliary of
Marion County Post No. 27 meets
Wednesday night Tn the armcry, when
it is expected that delegates to the re reunion
union reunion shall be elected.
All Marion county legionnaires are
expected to advise the post by tomor tomorrow
row tomorrow night whether or not they will
attend the reunion, for the Orlando
post wishes a report on the number
to attend. Those who do not find it
possible to be present at tomorrow
night's meeting are expected to notify
the post by mail or otherwise at once.
REV. S. G. MULLINS
Tallahassee, May 3. Rev. S. G.
Mullins, for many years in the Bap Baptist
tist Baptist ministry in this state, died yes yesterday
terday yesterday at the home of his daughter,
Mrs. R. A. Gray. He was about 70
years of age and his last charge was
at St. Petersburg. He lived with a
daughter, Mrs. J. A. Johnson at Bar
tow.'" Another daughter is Mrs. .Myrtle
Culbreath of Cubreath, Ga.
Mr. Mullins while active in the min ministry
istry ministry was well known in Ocala and all
other parts of the state. His son-in-law
and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Chas..
E. Culbreath, made their home ( in
Ocala for three or four years.
Mental House Cleaning.
The majority of people need a men mental
tal mental house cleaning. Mental filth and
scum never contribute to clean living.
Learn to tackle big problems and con contribute
tribute contribute your mite to the world's prog progress.
ress. progress. When the mind sees things in the
right perspective you can build noble
(structures on the concept. And as you
build the ideals will expand In scope,
taking breadth and altitude as the
mind dwells on "the worth while."
There has never been a greater chal challenge
lenge challenge for men of giant mind than now.
Yet so often what glows in promise is
little more than the effervescence of
fetid Ideals. Men need the clean life.
It offers nothing it cannot fulfill. The
progress of it may be slow, but it rises
to heights never reached by men of
degraded mentality. You can reform
the past If you think and do. right.
Step Into the forefront and lead men
out of the present unrest into clean,
noble living that will exalt .the nation.
His Collection.
There Is a curious game played by
educators, which, consists in senuinjr
questionnaires to some hundreds, or
some thousands, of school children,
and tabulating their replies for th
enlightenment of the general public.
The precise purport of this gnme has
never been defined ; but its popularity
impels us to envy the leisure that edu educators
cators educators seem to enjoy. A few years
ago 1,214 little Californians were
asked if they made collections of any
kind, and if so, what did. they col collect?
lect? collect? The answers were such as might
have been expected, with one excep exception.
tion. exception. A small and innocently Ironic
boy wrote that he collected "bits of
advice." His hoard was the only one
that piqued curiosity. Agnes Rep-
pller, In Atlantic Monthly.
Curse of Embonpoint.
"The prima donna refuses to sing."
"What's the trouble?" asked the
vaudeville manager.
She says she won't follow the acro acrobats."
bats." acrobats." That's just like these song birds.
HI bet she'd give ten years of her life
to be able to turn a handspring."
Birmingham Age-Herald.
Cinch It.
Miss Mugg If you. .were me, dear,
would you be married In the spring
or the autumn?
Miss Keen If I were you, and had
actually secured a man. I would ar arrange
range arrange the wedding for the earliest date
possible.
Hard shell crabs today at the City
Fish Market. Phone 158.
27-tf
IN ice aesrroys ine oaor oi perspira-
tion, 25 cents at Gerig's Drug tSore. tf

tl!fi Ill OF

Sheriff and His Deputies Gather in
Two Carloads of Swizzle; Also
Their Owners
The Miami pipeline has again been
tapped. S
. -
! ties are always looking for that seme seme-(what
(what seme-(what elusive conduit, -and Mondav
the ether a Euick, and ICO quarts of
the real stuff, were captured.
The men were Edward and Daniel
Smit h;f Miami. Deputy Sheriff Gor Gordon
don Gordon roped one in yesterday, and the
other v.-as nabbed last night. The liq liquor
uor liquor was cached in an outhouse on the
premises of J. W. Hunter. Edward
Smith is 'Irs. Hunter's brother. Mr.
Hunter has been sick abed for some
ds"y3. Sharif? Thomas "- thinks that
Mr. Hunter was unaware of the liq liquor
uor liquor being on his premises. It is en entirely
tirely entirely possible that the Smiths took
advantage of the circumstances to
conceal the liquor where it was found.
We are afraid there, are several
parching and tantalized palates in
Ocala today. We understand that sev
eral applications have been made to
Judge Futch, alleging violent illness
and pleading Dr. A. Mitchell Palmer's
prescription for the sick. The natur
ally kindhearted judge can only tell
them the Florida law and Dr. Palmer's
prescription do not fit, and that he
isn't working for the U. S. department
of justice now.
WEST PALM BEACH ELKS
HAVE SOLD THEIR BUILDING
West Palm Beach, .May 3. The
local Elks club building having 23
rooms and several baths has been sold
to Alfred II. Wagg for $55,000. The
building had formerly heen operated
as a hotek and while owned by the
Elks the two upper floors were used
as living quarters by local and visit
ing brethren. The Elks have obtain
ed a lease on the first floor of the
buildine for a year and are making
plans to erect another home.
- TOBACCO GROWERS. UNEASY
Quincy, May 2. Department of ag
riculture agents are said to be. baffled
by a plant disease spreading through
the tobacco crop of this section. Warm
weather so far has prevented any se serious
rious serious damage but the agriculture
agents say the disease is appearing in
fields as fast as they stamp it out in
other3.
A SUBSTANTIAL SAVING
Panama City, May 3. Farmers iu
this section have saved $1700 during
the last two months by pooling their
fertilizer purchased! County Agent
R. R. Whittington buys the fertilizer
and distributes it to the planters.
PROMOTION FOR STEUART
i Associated Press)
Washington, May 3. William M.
Steuart of Michigan, now assistant
director of the census, was nominated
by the president today to be director
of the census.
POLAND IS GRATEFUL
TO HER FRIENDS
(Associated Press)
Warsaw, May 3 Woodrow Wilson,
Herbert Hoover and Marshal Foch
were given the degree cf doctor of law
by the University cf Warsaw yester yesterday.
day. yesterday. 1916 FORD TOURING
One Ford touring, good shape, foi
quick sale. AUTO SALES CO.,
29-6t Mack Taylor.
STERLING BARBER SHOP
Our service has been improved by
the addition of competent assistants,
and we invite old as well as new pa-
itl0n? to come m when they want fim
i class and prompt service.
!27-6t Stirling Hooper, Prop.
' Liked to Hear It.
i Little Ruth was put to bed for her
jSaily nap, sn;l during the afternoon a
severe thunderstorm aro;e. Ilermotb Ilermotb-'er.
'er. Ilermotb-'er. thinking that Ruth would be
' frisr! r.ed sl.m!d ,she awake and
hear th tlnimVr. rnr; 'l upstairs, and
' r. reaching tlx u-r n-a ::onIshed to
(Ird thf 1 t.j-l :t;ni i:prlht on the
j bedeai'p!ni: her ?'r::id. and at each
peal of tls-inder h'iiting: "Dang It
: again Goi!. hr.n? it apain."
' No Return on Investment
I "Gentlemen? scid the speaker, "1
: can't sif still without saying a word.
! and so I rise. I n!l sprak what lies
'close to my heart. Everybody debates
fmurl,f "T'7-"8!?
that Is tl.'te. LuilL planted. Is simply
for the benefit of ,tertty. Now what
n heaven v
Cor us?"

WTO Ml

IIITO THE BUi
But French Army Assigned for This
Duty JVI11 Leave Moroccan
Troops Behind
(Associated Press
French Military Headquarters at
Mayence, May 3. Plans for the oc
cupation of Jhe Ruhr valley prepared
by the French general staff provide
for the exclusive use 'of white troops,
t was announced today. Two Moroc
can units which left here last night in
the direction of Dusseldorf did not
proceed to that city but will be gar garrisoned
risoned garrisoned elsewhere.
FEIIRENBACn MAY BE FIRED
Berlin, May 3. The belief is ex
pressed in political quarters here to today
day today that the refusal of the United
States to deliverjthe German counter
proposals on reparations to the allies
would necessitate the resignation of
Chancellor Fehrenbach and Foreign
Minister Simons.
SEEMS LDXE SOMEBODY

HAS IT IN FOR SAM!1?5 n ft? J befom! TP

to n,.i v j..t vt..
feeling like Fate or somebody else has
If ; :
0 ... .
v j i t.i t. m. i
into his undertaking establishment,
opposite the postoffice, and stole sev-l
...... .
eral articles, not of any great value, j
j. i .
but rather annoying to lose. j
Monday evening Mr. Pyles and his;
. . .f .
wife went to visit the formers moth-
, ,. x.
er, wno lives over near ine primary
. ..!
school tney occupy rooms over
Pyles & Company's undertaking par-
... , j
about ten o clock, on opening the door.
they found the front room so full of
smoke that they thought the house
was about to burst into flames. Mr.!
Pyles called the fire department,!
which responded in a iifly. The fire-:
a u r v

iiicji iuuuu iiic main i will unu ui uic. ., j
, t state of Florida and providing penal-
parlor full of smoke, but could see;..
, . . n -ties therefor,
only a small blaze, which they easily, - ,awwi

extinguished. They found that a very
small fire had been started under the
floor. The floor is close to the ground,
which has a tendency to be damp; con-
sequently, a small opening has been
left to admit the air. The fire started
a couple of feet to the side of this J
opening ,and it is difficult to see how :
it could have started unless set in ten-!
tionally.
Mr. Pyles didn't know he had any
enemies, and as there is nothing an :
ordinary, person could use or sell
about an undertaking establishment!
he has not thought it necessary to put:
anything but the most ordinary locks
on his doors. He is making up for the j
omission today. Hi3 loss is not heavy
and has not crippled his business, but
the two occurrences are very annoy- j
ing. ;
CHARTER OAK

. very rare. Black diamonds are corn corn-Charter
Charter corn-Charter Oak, May'3. Mr. and, Mrs.' mon nragh.
Blair of Lonfi Hammock, were visit- ,are rarr- bat
,, ttt -m n found. Pink pearls are greatly prized,
mg Mr. and Mrs. W. F. McDermitt; rf -xence was

here Sunday.

Messrs. John Redding and Dan Mississippi river and is valued at $15. $15.-Shaw
Shaw $15.-Shaw were business visitors in Ox-" 000. Off the Pearl Islands, south of

ford Saturday.
Mrs. E. U. Fields of St. Petersburg,
is visiting her daughter, Mrs. W. A.
.
Redding for a few days
Mrs. Sidney Earns of Jacksonville,
is visiting her mother, Mrs. M. P.
Pritchett for a few days.
Mr. Eddie Proctor of Pedro was vis
iting in our burg Sunday afternoon. J
Miss Halley Blair and brother, Mr.!
Tom Blair attended Sunday school!
here Sunday afternoon.
Mrs. W. A. Redding has been quite
ill for the past few days. j
Mrs. John L. Remington and Miss!
Leonora Remington were dinner!
guests of Mrs. J. M. Remington Fri
day.
- Mr. and Mrs. Willie Pctter of Rpt Rpt-land
land Rpt-land were visiting here Sunday.
There will be preaching services at
the school house Sunday, morning and
evening. Everybody is invited to at attend.
tend. attend. Mr. J. L. Remington was a business
caller in Ocala Friday.
FIVE-HOUR FIGHT
Many Killed or Wounded in a Pitched'
Battle Near limerick
(Associated Press)
Limerick, May 3 Six civilians were
killed and fourteen wounded in a five five-hour
hour five-hour battle last night near Gal Bally,
between fifty civilians and the crown
forces, it is officially announced. Two
soldiers were wounded, one seriously.
Meet me at the Union Station
Restaurant for a regular family style
dinner Best dinner in the state for 75
tt Vat and drink all VOU want.
,Di U m. to 20 p. m. Owned
land operated by 100 Americans, tf

ATTACK 1
EXTRAVAGAfiCE
President Harding Leading a Drive on
Tendency of Departments to Lire
Beyond Their Means
(Associated Press)
Washington, May 3, President
Harding launched a drive today
against what he termed a dangerous
tendency of government departments
to live beyond the means provided for
them by Congress and submit requests
for deficiency appropriations to cover
the deficits. In identical letters to
cabinet members the president called
attention to the fact that calls for ap ap-prixmately
prixmately ap-prixmately $216,000,000 in deficiency
appropriations are now pending "and
that estimated deficiencies will run
very much beyond that sum."
RIDDLE DOESN'T LIKE
ABBREVIATED COSTUMES
Tallahassee, May 3 "Beach birds,"
those bathers of feminine persuasion
wno aon so-cauea "Darning suits" ana
joi me past u a oiu liuroaucea in tne
wer nousc oi me legislature ay
Kiddie
a law.
of Volusia
As for the
county, Becomes
one-piece creations tney wouia De
relegated to the museums.
v-v- v. v
, ,
only ones hit by the law for the meas-
. v,v
uic nuuiu iU cunt uuun a minio vi
, v v
. . ..... ? .... f
pened to be a little shy on clothing in
... , . fa
public The bill is entitled:
.
A bill to be
entitled an act pro
hibiting the wearing of any bathing
suit, basket ball suit, baseball suit, or
of any other garment or article of
.... ... ..
clothing whatever which permits an
indecent exposure of the person, male
or female, in the state of Florida.
Prohibiting any indecent exposure of
any portion or portions of the body of
any person,
male or female, in the
;the committee on miscellaneous legis
lation.
J
'QEM S NOT TRUE TO COLOR
'.
Popular Fallacy t Ascribe to Precious
Stones Hues That May Bs
Called Definite.
Story writers talk of the sky being
as blue as a sapphire, or of a wild
beast's eyes glowing aa yellow as
topaz;
Most of us are under the Impression
that we can recognize gems by their
colors, and that certain colors belong
definitely to certain stones.
Quite s mistake. There Is hardly a
precious stone which is always tire to
color. Diamonds, of course, vary
greatly. The famous nope diamond
ts a real and most beautiful blue.
i Green diamonds are found, and oth-
ers of a lovely crimson, but these are
; fODnd to a fresn water mussel In the
Panama, pearls are found which are
lead-gray and also green.
f? rolne8 ta l kT
tains produce stones which touch the
j wboIe from b,oe Md
ta ..,.Ife nm,.
In Rhodesia Is found a topaz of a
most lovely pa'e blue. Yet the chem chemical
ical chemical composition of the gem proves It
to be Identical with the yellow topaz.
The colors of most gems are more
or less fugitive. That Is, under cer certain
tain certain circumstances they are liable to
fade. Take two rubles exactly similar,
shut one In the dark, and leave the
other exposed to full sunlight, and at
the end of two years there will be a
distinct difference between them. The
one that has been exposed to the light
will be decidedly paler than the other.
Similar results may be observed
with both emeralds and sapphires.
Garnets also will turn lighter, while
In the cafe of the topaz, sunlight ends
by diminishing and dulling the color
of this stone. JStray Stories.
Characterotogy.
To the layman It may seem an Im Impossible
possible Impossible task to learn all of the things
disclosed by the many parts of a hu human
man human being, and yet. through the work
of the men who have made these
th'rlr life study, the fundamen-
be quickly learned and applied by the.
average business or professorial man.
Such a knowledge will enable business
men to choose their associates and em employees
ployees employees so that natural ahUJty win
harmonize with work In hand and
every man will possess the precise In Innate
nate Innate capacity which will enable him
to become an expert In the depart department
ment department to which he ts assigned.
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HI! EXPECTS
' EX-SERVICE BOYS

To Rally Round the Flag, to Rally
Once Again, and Eeep It Flying
on Our Ships on the Main
(Associated Press)
Washington, May 3 Chairman Ben Benson
son Benson of the shipping board will look to
the naval reservists and discharged
navy seamen to keep the American
trans-Atlantic mail ships operating
during the present wage dispute be between
tween between the board and marine workers
if their ervices are necessary.
A REUNION
A very happy event took place in
the Knoblock community Sunday, May
1st, when the eight Knoblock brothers
and sisters with their families met at
the home of Mr. and Mrs. D. E. Knob Knoblock
lock Knoblock and enjoyed a basket dinner un under
der under the pecan trees. This place is the
site of the old Knoblock home and
many childhood memories were recall recalled
ed recalled during the day. Those present
with their families were Mrs. Ella
Shockley, Lowell; J. J. Knoblock,
Eastlake; W. A. Knoblock, Ocala; J,
IL Knoblock, L N. Knohlock, V. E.
Knoblock, S. V. Knoblock. M. P. Knob Knoblock
lock Knoblock and D. E. Knoblock of. this com community
munity community Also Mr. Dantzler and son of
Ocala and Mr. J. R. Scarborough and
family of this place were present.
HIGH COST OF LIVING IN TOKIO
Tokio, March 3. (Correspondence
Associated Press). The spread of
what the Japanees call "dangerous
thoughts" in Japan is apparently giv giving
ing giving the government anxious moments,
as is evidenced by the tendency to im impose
pose impose a censorship on affairs involving
violence.
In the house of peers Baron Wata-
nable expressed the opinion that the
present condition of popular thought
was largely due to the incerasing dif
ficulty in the matter of living. The
speaker was alluding to the fact that
Tokfo is now the most expensive city
in the world in which to dwelL
VOCATIONAL TTR 1INING FOR
FLORIDA EX-SERVICE MEN
Some 400 of Florida's disabled ex ex-service
service ex-service men are being trained right on
the job. Each man is given training
in a vocation where he can maintain,
himself successfully in spite of any
handicap due to a disability incurred
while in the service or so aggravated
after leaving the service as to render
him unfit to make a livirg at his regu regular
lar regular occupation. Several hundred others
are awaiting action on their applica applications
tions applications for training.
The federal board for vocational
education is a government agency or
ganized to re-train or re-educate ex-
J rtfee men who have become disabled
through their military or naval serv service.
ice. service. It is the board's duty to take a
disabled man and to give him the sort
of training that will make it possible
for him to be independent in apite of
his disability. The board is required
to plan the man's training so that aft after
er after the work is completed its employ employment
ment employment department can secure for him a
position that w-ill make a good living
for himsel fand family, a preservation
of his self-respect and financial inde
pendence for the rest of his life. The
training is being given to the men of
Florida, through the medium of a
number of educational irstitu'eions and
many places of practical training on
the job.
Everything is being taught from
agriculture to undertaking and em embalming:
balming: embalming: The majority of the Florida
men seem inclined to take outdoor
work, learning modern poultry meth methods,
ods, methods, bee keeping, truck farming, farm
mechanics and citrus culture. Others
take vulcaniring, dental mechanics,
etc" The colored men are taking to
tailoring, shoe repairing, undertaking,
etc One white boy, after completing
his course in business management,
now successfully holds down a busi business
ness business job at $3 a year.
Board of Vocational Training, Graham
Building. For victory medals apply to
Victory Medal Office, Jacksonville.
MORE SOWS IN TOE STATE
Washington, May 2 The number
of breeding sows in Florida on April
1st showed a decrease of 9 per cent
from that date a year ago, according
to the department of agriculture.
Their number is given as 97,000 eom-
r-oA with 1 Ctf flftft rr merrt
MOTHER'S DAT, MAY &
Beautiful cards and mottoes for this
day at THE BOOK SHOP. 3-3t
This is a Studebaker year. tf



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WILL THE CAPITAL

COME THIS WAY?

Editor Star: You state in an article
of recent date that Mr. Barr and my

self spoke in favor of the public utility
bill before the committee.' I just want
to state to you that I did not speak

for the bill, but stated that I was not

appearing as a comissioner, bat as a

private citizen; that I had not read

the bill, did not know what the bill

contained and did not advocate its

passage, bat if the legislature saw fit
to pass such a measure that in my

judgment the municipal owned plants

should be in the bill. We have a
municipal owned plant here, and I
stated case after case in support of
my contention. Now the city com commissioners
missioners commissioners are all my friends, so 1

was not fighting them. Mr. Cobb of

Ocala was there and heard every word

I uttered and he will bear me out.

Now, as stated, I did not, have never

an do not now advocate the passage

of that measure, or any other measure

that would come under me as a com commissioner.
missioner. commissioner. Yours truly.

A. S. Wells.
Tallahassee, May 2nd.
The foregoing is a personal letter,

and, Mr. Wells did not want it pub published.
lished. published. We feel, however, in justice

to him, that it should be. So far as
we are concerned we feel that if we
could be certain the Florida railroad
comission could always be made up of

such men as Mr. Wells, we wouldn't
mind its having charge of the entire
state.

the week end guest cf Mr. and Mrs.

Frank Alderman. j
Mr. Dixon Irvine and family of Or-1
r i c. i vr I

and Mrs. George Blitch.

Teaches Birds to Sing.
Takln- advantage of the Imitative
faculty of song birds, a simple mecb mecb-mlsm
mlsm mecb-mlsm has now been contrived that
actually teaches canaries and other
pet warblers how to Increase their
!nging repertory, says Popular Me Mechanics
chanics Mechanics Mngazfne. A partly water water-filled
filled water-filled cylindrical metal tank. In which
i slightly smaller Inverted tank .slides
cp and down, provides enough air
pressure for blowing a series of whls-

uea ol clZfcrMit f

The Catamaran.
The ca'tnmaran of India consists of
three Iocs lashed together, flash with
the surfare. On thee ; a fisherman,
with a sinale oar. hraves surf and
ptorm. for M.e craft I nnslnkable and
the native? lo uot mind a di'-tiiti
Had There Been No War.
It ts estimated thnt had there been
no wars and no epidemics, the present
population of the world. 1.519.000.000
people, would have descended from a
single couple in 1.782 years, or since
138 A. D

The Characterless Derby.
The derby was as void of character
as an Iron pot, yet Mr. Howells wore
It for a time. Can one fancy Mark
Twain in a derby hat? Walt "Whit "Whitman
man "Whitman always wore a broad-Brimmed,
gray. soft-felt hat One thinks of Lin Lincoln
coln Lincoln with a stovepipe hat on. as he
wore this m most of his pictures.
Roosevelt liked a wide-brimmed felt

hat, like that of the cowboys. While Ia;
he was President I once saw him go- ll

lug to church with a shining silk hat
on his head. The first time I saw Em Emerson
erson Emerson he had on a stovepipe hat, one
much the worse for wear. lie proba probably
bly probably never wore any other kind. John
Burroughs, In the Dearborn Independent.

For the second time since Florida
was a state, her people are engaged

in a capital removal campaign.

The first campaiem was in 1900. It

was a primary, ordered by the demo

cratic state convention. Ocala was

the logical and leading candidate, and

the convention doubtless intended the
capital to be removed to this city. A3
soon as the campaign opened, half a

dozen candidates crowded in. Of

course they had their right. But they
gave Tallahassee the same advantage
that Catts' four opponents gave him

sixteen years later, and when the
smoke cleared Tallahassee remained

is well-supported possession.

It is not likely that Tallahassee was

in any danger. For one thing, the pri primary
mary primary had no legal standing before the
legislature, and it is by no means cer certain
tain certain that if the primary had voted for
some other town that the legislature

would have paid any attention to it

West Florida was stronger in the leg legislature
islature legislature then than now. Another thing
to consider is that so much bitter
animosity was stirred up between the

other contestants that even if the

amendment had been ordered, enough

South Florida people would have vot
ed against the nominee to have ensur
ed its defeat.

We should take the lessons of 1900

into consideration in these days. Ocala
has. Ocala will not fight any town
for the capital. Ocala wants the cap-

capital removed to a point more con

venient to the entire state, and for no
reason whatever will she do anything
underhanded or calculated to cause
bitter feeling.
Let us review the situation as it
has developed up to date. Ocala and
Orlando are the avowed candidates
for the capital, and several other
towns are showing a disposition to en enter
ter enter the race. None of these towns are
-as accessible to the whole state as
Ocala or Orlando, but all are more so
. than Tallahaassee. At any rate
there would be no justice in keeping
any of them out, even if it were pos possible
sible possible to do so.
There are two things to do in order

a. ii r. i

vo move me capital, une is ior me
'legislature to submit an amendment
to the people, asking if it is their will
that it shall be moved. The second is
to decide what place it shall be moved
to.
It is the Star's opinion that the only
chance of moving the capital is for
the legislature to pick a new location
and name it in the same amendment
that calls for capital removal. The
Star is against a primary or anything
that will bring on a conflict. An Another
other Another reason why it would rather leave
it to the legislature is that the action
of that body will be legal and binding.
It requires sixty per cent of each
house of the legislature to call for an
amendment. Well-posted men who
have studied the matter over carefully
declare that a sixty per cent vote for
capital removal can't be obtained from
this legislature, nor any other until
there is a new apportionment. They
point out that from Suwanee county,
inclusive, west, the state is solid for
Tallahassee, and on the face of the
returns their opinion is correct.
. The hopeful delegations now at Tal Tallahassee
lahassee Tallahassee do not seem to be of this
opinion. They think they can make a
break in the phalanx, and they maye
be right.
If they are, and the legislature can
be induced to submit the matter to
the people, let the legislature also de decide
cide decide which city shall be the candidate
against Tallahassee. Ocala will abide
by such a decision, and what Ocala
can afford to do all the other towns
" can do also.

THE CROP SITUATION

Gainesville, May 2. Local rains
have been of great benefit but have
not been general enough to relieve dry
weather conditions in many sections
of the state, the bureau of crop esti estimates
mates estimates of the federal department of
agriculture reports in its weekly re review
view review of crop conditions in Florida for
the week ending April 30.
Corn was reported as growing good
where rain has fallen. The acreage
will be about the same as for last
year, the bureau stated. Frost dam damaged
aged damaged corn is recovering rapidly.

Harvesting of oats continues under

favorable conditions with the acreage
smaller than usual.
Chopping of cotton is in progress.
The crop's condition is generally good.
Harvesting of Irish potatoes con

tinues. Planting of early sweet pota potatoes
toes potatoes is going forward wherever rain

h asfallen but the crop as a whoe is
in need of rain.

Dry weather will cut the yields of
hay over a large part of the state, the

bureau reports.
The condition of hogs is good and
good.
Dry weather is reported as lower lower-ing
ing lower-ing the condition of citrus fruits.
Dropping is becoming general. The
recent frost didconsiderable damage,
according to the report, in West Flor Florida,
ida, Florida, but the Central Florida crop is in
excellent condition.
The codition of hogs is good and
that of cattle fair.
Beans and cucumbers are moving
from Central Florida. Dry weather
is retarding the development of mel melons,
ons, melons, except in West Florida. In South
Florida movement of the melons has
started. The East Coast tomato, sea season
son season is practically over while move movement
ment movement of the crop is under way upstate.

Why pay more? Coca-cola 6 cents
at the Vogue. Phones 580-558. 23-tf

IRVINE

Wake Wash-

Wednesday

Irvine, May 2. Mrs,

burn of Mcintosh was a

caller.
Mr. and Mrs. L. K. Edwards, Mrs.
Sue Mclver and Miss Mamie "Fant
visited Ocala Thursday.
Friday evening Mr. and Mrs. L. K.
Edwards entertained the graduating
class of 1921 of the Ocala high school,
of which their daughter. Miss Rubye
is a member. The entire house was

decorated with pink vine and Easter

lilies. As the guests arrived they
were invited to the screen porch where
punch was served. From there the
guests were invited into the music
room1, and later to the dining room,
where a table had been prepared to
seat twenty-nine The table was dec decorated
orated decorated with a basket of lovely sweet
peas and Easter lilies and place cards
and miniature diplomas were placed
for each graduate, and individual
bouquets of sweet peas for Prof.
Hensley, Miss Beck and Miss Shep Shep-pard.
pard. Shep-pard. Plates Were served to each one
with purlo, olives, pickles, chicken
salad, sandwiches, saltines and coffee,
after which ice cream and cake were
served by Miss Edith Edwards of
Ocala and Miss Mamie Fant. After
expressing their gratitude the guests

returned to the parlor, where music
was rendered by Misses Marie Math Math-ewsfi
ewsfi Math-ewsfi Elizabeth Bennett and Rubye
Edwards, which was enjoyed by all.
At a late hour the guests departed for
home, after spending a most enjoyable
evening.
Mr. J. A. Triplett visited Ocala Sat Saturday
urday Saturday afternoon and purchased a new
Buick car.
Dr. Dr. J. L. Davis and family,
Mrs. Sue Mclver, Mr. J. A. Triplett
and Mrs. J. W. Fant of Summerfield,
visited relatives at Blitchton Sunday
afternoon.
Mrs. V. P. Smith of Wacohoota
was the over night guest of Mr. and
Mrs. L. K. Edwards Sunday.
Mrs. J. W. Fant and bright little

Prescriptions correctlv filled and son are visitinsr Dr. J. L. Davis and

promptly delivered. Call 435, G. Cifamily.
Greene. 2-tf I Miss Irma Miller of Freeport is

We Solicit
Your

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
post on all work.
Walkley & Barnett
Phone 74

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

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Ocala, Fla.

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PRACTICAL CONTRACTOR A0
BUILDER
Care'il estimates made cn all co
tract VJork. Gives more and bt?
work fcr the money than any oth-

Fire

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Ocala, Florida

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Men Short In France.
The average height for men la 5
feet 5 Inches, and for women Is 5 feet
2 Inches: The observation Indicates
that 85.10 per cent of the French peo people
ple people have chestnut hair. The blondes
are next In order, forming only 12-J2
per cent of the population. Pure black
hair la found in 1.83 per cent that is,
slightly more frequently than red hair,
which altogether was found In only
0.72 per cent of cases.
Pure black hair, so rare In France,
Is the rule In certain Mediterranean
countries (for instance. In definite re regions
gions regions of Spain).

HIa Great Talent.
"Blank's a great artist. Isn't he?"
-No."
"But be gets big prices for Ms
work."
"Yes, he's a mighty good salesman.'
Boston Transcript

Color and Horse Character.
An old cavalry officer says that one
may judge the constitution and char character
acter character of a horse from Its color. Bright
chestnuts and light bays are high
spirited, but nervous and delicate.
Dark chestnuts and glossy blacks are
hardy and more tempered- Rich bays
hare great spirit, but are teachable.
Dark and Iron grays are hardy and
sound, while light grays are the op opposite.
posite. opposite. Roans, either strawberry or blue,
are the hardest, and best working of
all, even tempered, easiest to train,
taking kindly to everything. Rusty
blacks are distinguished for their plg plg-beadedness.
beadedness. plg-beadedness. A horse's "white-stock-lugs"
give another clue to character.
A horse with one white leg Is a bad
one, with two Its temper Is uncertain,
with three It Is absolutely safe, with
four may be trusted for a while only.

H:

Condensed Statement of the
Monroe & Chambliss
National Bank
Ocala, Florida
At the Close of Business April 28th, 1921, as Called
for by the Comptroller of the Currency.

Resources
Loans and. Discounts
U. S. Bonds to secure circulation. .
Liberty Bonds, Stocks and Securities
Overdrafts ,
Bank Buildiog. Furniture and Fixtures
Other Real Estate
5 Redemption Fund
Cah and Due from Banks

-$ 780.044.39
50.000.00
. 220.719.79
196.03
- 39.000.00
13.646.56
2.500.00
. 153,680.88

TOTAL

$159.787.65

Irrigation in Africa.
The Kamnaszle irrigation scheme.
South Africa, has been extended to In Include
clude Include some 28,000 acres, at a total cost
of $4,050,000. The dam will Irrigate
what is claimed to be one of the richest
aluvlal aroars In the Union, having a
length of about forty miles.

Light Literature.
The Angler I've bouirht a fly book
for each of us.
The Novice Do you suppose we'll
have time to read It? Boston Transcript.

Passionate Reading.
Mrs. J affray Reading Is really a
passion with my husband.
Mra, Closewell So it Is with mine
when he reads my dressmaker's bills.

Liabilities
Capital Stock, "..
Surplus and Undivided Profits
Reserve for Interest and Taxes
Circulation
Bills Payable against Liberty Bonds."...-
DEPOSITS ...

50.000.00
5434.06
1.200.00
45.200.00
65.000.00
1,044.183.59

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The American Short, Story.
The secret f the American short
story Is the treatment of characteristic
American life, with absolute knowl knowledge
edge knowledge of Its peculiarities and sympathy
with its methods; with no fastidious
Ignoring of -its habitual expression, or
the Inchoate poetry that may be found
hidden even In Its slang; with no
moral determination except that which
may be the legitimate outcome of the
story itself; with no more elimination
than may be necessary for the artistic
conception, and never from the fear of
the fetish of conventionalism. Of such
la the American short story of today,
the germ of American literature to
come. Bret Harte, "The Rise of the
Short Story."

Is Wednesday Your Birthday?
People born on Wednesday (Mer (Mercury's
cury's (Mercury's day) will never make great for fortunes,
tunes, fortunes, but will hold high positions,
probably as Judges. It will be a strug struggle
gle struggle till after middle life with them,
and then a comfortable position. They
are in danger" of at aome time losing
their liberty, and their marriage may
prove unhappy. They would make
good orators, philosophers, doctors,
astrologers, counterfeiters and vaga vagabonds.
bonds. vagabonds. They will be subject to heart
disease, gout and nervousness, are not
likely to live much over fifty years.
They will marry three times, and have
several children.

Nice destroys the odor of perspira perspiration,
tion, perspiration, 25 cents at Gerig's Drug tSore. tf

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THIS IS A STUPEBAIiEK YEM

VISIT
Our Splendidly Equipped Repair Shop
See Row Well We Are Prepared to Fix Your Automobile

MURPHY MOTOR COMPANY
Main Street, Opposite Ocala Iron Works - OCALA FLORIDA

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The Gondolier.
The gondolier In Venice Is as fine
to look at as his gondola; he has col color,
or, color, too. In the rnddy dye of his face.

the Infinite variety of his amber shirts i

and blue trousers and scarlet sashes;
and if you really know him. he is one
of the most charming of people, Ar Arthur
thur Arthur Symons.

ODD FELLOWS

Tulula Lodge No. 22, I. O. O.
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. a Carter, N. G.
Frank G. Churchill, Secretary.

This is a Studebaker year.

Hard shell crabs today at the City
Fish Market. Phone 158. 27-tf

Our Bathing Caps are pretty and
durable. All fresh stock. Gerig-'s

I Drug Store. tf

jng the Family What pa aont know about anllqncVA-Mjid Ml a lioraryl

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OCALA EVENING STAR. TUESDAY, MAT 3, 1921

Statement of the Condition of

The Ocala National Bank
Of Ocala, Florida ..
At the close of business Thursday, April 28, 1921 J
Condensed from Report to the Comptroller of Currency

GREAT INTEREST SHOWN
EN" THE HEALING JIIS5ION

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CHRISTIAN CHURCH NOTES

The Woman's Missionary Society
had an excellent meeting at the church
yesterday. The ladies studied that ob obscure
scure obscure land End people of Tibet, as a

There is an increased manifested

interest in the meetings cf the Chris- j
tian healinj; mission being conducted i

morning and evening at Grace Epis- j missionary field, and also the Philip Philip-coral
coral Philip-coral church b v Mr. Ilenry C. Eland-1 Pe Islands. After the business sec-

ford cf London. Last evening theltion led fcy the president, Mrs. Frank

church was filled and this morning a ; 'euiertee, irs. j. is. cappieman toeici v

sr.t to receive the charge of the program, in which sev-

trnl ti--lr nirt Ttrc C T Tin -.rtn. ri

in i the healing

touch of the laying on of hands as ave one of er teart solos.

presented by IJ

Elar.dford. Slary

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carr.e from the county while ethers sn:r year resultea m presenting

came from farther d'rtances. Th:i.a:un -rs- raii vvethertee for pre3-

I solemnity 01 the instruction ana a!,VJCllv rfuieiu, vice-
I 1 i .u 1 nrs5:?PTit 'NTica Mamia Tatrlv fr.

buiriwusi awaxemrp is xtit ty every 1 - wtaa-

one.
From the sirging of the first hymn,

RESOURCES
Marion County Warrants, Loans, Discounts, Bonds and
Securities $

U. S. Bonds.. ----
Stock in Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta
Banking House, Furniture and Fixtures
Other Real Estate Owned
Overdrafts -

CASH: On Hand and Due from Banks .1 120,180.69
.- TOTAL- $1,062,595.93

538,643.25
362,419.67
2,700.00
36,500.00
1,933.62
218.70

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urer, and Mrs. J. B. Cappleraan, sec

relary. During the social hour the of.

"Stand Up for Jesus, through the
closing hymn, "Nearer My God to
Thee," the service last evening was
given the profoundest attention. Mi.
Blandford read for the lesson for the
evening the second chapter of the first
epistle of Paul to the Corinthtiars:
"And I brethren, when I came to you,
:ame not with excellency of speech or

of wisdom, declaring unto you the tes

timony of God. For I determined not

to know anything among you, save
Jesus Christ,.and him crucified. And
I was with you in weakness, and in
:ear, and in much trembling. And my
rpeech and my preaching was not with

t) untieing words of man's wisdom, but

LIABILITIES
Capital Stock, fully paid in'.
Surplus and Undivided Profits earned.
Circulation... :-
Bills Payable -
Re-discounts'
DEPOSITS :
TOTAL

.t 75,000.00
26,084.44
69,600.00
None
None
. 891,911.49

in demonstration of the spirit and of

power. That your faith should not
stand in the wisdom of men, but in the
power of God. But we speak the wis wisdom
dom wisdom of God in a mystery, even the
hidden wisdom which God ordained
before the world unto our glory."
Beginning with the inquiry of the
scriptural basis for the healing minis ministry,
try, ministry, the speaker said he had devoted
his entire life to his God given power
imd that no argument against the
healing ministry can stand against
the truths of the gospel with is filled
with examples and of promises of

fjfjf Jesus Christ. In the unchangeableness

ljcf God, Jesus being today what he
jvas 1900 years ago and healing then,
C jhe heals today.
''jxf "Do you know anything necessary

i? to start a

ficers served refreshments. The ladies

were glad to have a number of visitors

present.

The prayer meeting at 7:45 Wed

nesday evening, considers "Hindrances
to Prayer Removed." Following pray prayer
er prayer meeting the church will hold its
regular business meeting for May. A
large attendance is desired as impor

tant business will be presented.

The present pastor closes his work

with the church next Sunday. He
hereby expresses his very high ap appreciation
preciation appreciation of the royal treatment ac accorded
corded accorded him by this splendid church. It j

is great to have the delightful climate
of Florida, but still more deightful to
have the spiritual atmosphere of a
devoted religious people.
He" cordially thanks the Star for its
uniform courtesies and the people of
Ocala for their many favors. He de desires
sires desires to leave "the Father's" choice
benediction upon alL
J. G. Waggoner, Pastor.
FIFTH SUNDAY MEETING

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LIQUIDATION SALE

oLucH. oi general mercnandise and

fixtures of CAMERON COMPANY $
of Mcintosh, Fla. The entire stock I
and fixtures must be sold in bulk'

at uie earnest possiDie date, ine
trustee will show you the inven inventory
tory inventory and the stock at any time.

I. W. TRAXLER, Trustee
, McINTOSH, FLORIDA

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$1,062,595.93

movement that it wasn't

i.: iT.ecessary to continue it?" Everything
"jf iman begins must be sustained or it
i j goes to pieces. Everything God begins
..1. must be sustained or it goes to pieces.
X i Entirely free of ostentation are the
j instructions. VTith his longing to re re-iSi'llieve
iSi'llieve re-iSi'llieve suffering humanity, in the name

(f) 3"h)!cf Jesus Christ, Mr. Blandford by his
fjjf. i interpretation of the gospel and acts
;Lj -'combined with his strong personality,
..Jt- &&'v&J.&V all that he possesses a
power and hi3 coming to
' 1 ri?ry .j Ocala is a source of spiritual awrken-

On the Merits of the above Statement,
We Invite Your Business.

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Coiistipalioii
Don't take purgatives for Con Constipation
stipation Constipation they act harshly
they overstrain the delicate
membrane anU leave the
Bowels In a worse condition
V thaa before, ii

X "s- von are

troubled
with Con Constipation,
stipation, Constipation, SiclcIIeaci SiclcIIeaci-ache,
ache, SiclcIIeaci-ache, In In-SIgestion,
SIgestion, In-SIgestion, SourSloni-

ach, DlzzinessBllIonsness,
IMervoasness, or loss ol Appe AppetiteDon't
titeDon't AppetiteDon't hesitate Get a hotllo
ol CARTER'S LITTLE LIVER
PILLS take one after each
meal and one at bedtime. A
few days treatment will put
Stomach, Liver and Bowels in
normal condition.
Ceaolnc must bear stgaatnre cnJlcC
Small FSI Small Dose Small Price

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CARTER'S

IVER

P1LL.S

Auto Repairino!

' ALL CARS
CYLINDERS RE-BORED AND
WELDING
SFFICIENT WORKMEN,
PROMPT SERVICE
REASONABLE CHARGES
GEO. J. WILLIAMS
Formerly Carroll Motor Company
Garage, Osceola St.
PHONE 597 Night 408
Dazira Face Powder is satisfying,
and the odor is dainty. Ask to see it

at Ger!g's Drug Store. tf

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When hens do not receive
both the white zndyolk zndyolk-forming
forming zndyolk-forming elements in their
feed, they cannot lay.

VvO Missouri Experiment Station test
vvvsV with 100 lbs. of an average mixed
"N -T i r I i li nil 11

I i l- k grain ieea proaucea aDout zz yout

iu xj-t w ill i Co. ijaacu ju uiia uuui
these experTments.v Purina formulas

make (above bodily maintenance), as follows:

Purina Hen Chow 247.49 yolki
Parka Chicken Chowder 182.05 yolki
Combined Ration 429.54 yolks

142.11 whiles
282.55 vLiics

424.66 wL'icj

These Purina Chows not only make a practically equal
number of whites and yollcs but make more of both than
ordinary feeds.
Not2 that Purina Chicken Chwwder contains the necessary white-forming
dements to balance up the yolk-making grain ration. That's why

it rca&es hens lay so heavily.
Purina Chicken Chowder
supplies, plenty of white for
sH the yolks in the hen's
body, thus insuring a maxi maximum
mum maximum egg yield. That's
why we can absolutely
guarantee
more eggs or
money back
on Purina Poultry Chows if
led as directed. You take
no risk.
SOLD BY

jirg, not only among the supplicants
j.-etking bodily and spiritual healing
but among all who hear him. He hopes
to see the twenttieth century church
ilecome as wa3 the church of th.3 first
i century. Jesus Christ placed more

evrphnsis on the healing of sick bodies
than on many things found the scrip scripture
ture scripture that men p'.ace more emphasis

icn. lioa comes into ones ma oniy
! through the permission of the ir.di-

ividual. Covet earnestly your test
jgift, he urged, but do not discard in in-jferior
jferior in-jferior gift?; dormant powers are the
ir.egktced ones and the only way to

;koep knowledge is to keep working it.
; Use or lose, is a law.
Beginning today Mr. Blandford is
. portraying the cures cf Jcus Christ
?.rul how like cures can now be obt-iin-'cd.
The services are open to all.
Reporter.

There will be a meeting of the
Churches of Christ of Marion and
Sumter counties held at Oxford May

29th. Preaching Saturday at 8 p. m.
ty L. M. Humphries. Sunday, 10. a a-ra.
ra. a-ra. Bible lesson, Rom. 11th chapter,
conducted by T. W. Barnett. 11 a,

preaching by S. W. Colson. 1 p.
dinner on the grounds. 3 p.

preaching. All members of the church

in both counties are respectfully re

quested to be present. D. A. Martin.

ROYAL ARCH MASONS

Regular conventions of the Ocala
Chapter No. 13. R. A. M on the fourth
Friday in every month at 8 p. m.
H. S. Wesson, H. P.
B. L. Adams, Secretary.

WOODMEN OF THE WORLD

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 flow of
advertising that promotes and maintains
business supremacy. Phone five-one and
lets talk it over.

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Star Publishing Company.

Fort King Camp No. 14 meets at'
K. cf P. hall at 7:30 p. m. every sec-!

ond 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.
11., meets on the first and third
Ihursday evenings of each month at
7:!0 o'clock until further no tic.
J. R. Dey, W. M.
B. L. Adams, Secretary.

OCALA LODGE NO. 2S6, B.P.O.E

i
AND
STAR LINE

Negotiable Storage Receipts Issued on Cotton. Automobile, Etc

LONG DISTANCE MOVING

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CHICKENS
CHQWSESr

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sacs SLi

ORDER OF EASTERN STAR

Ocala Chapter No. 29, O. E. &
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.

Ocala Lodsre No. 2SC, Benevolent

and Protective Order of Elks, meets : J

the second and fourth Tuesday eve evenings
nings evenings 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.

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

Plaone 296

DONKEYS FIGURE IN HISTORY

KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS

Merits of Patient Creatures Have
Been Sung by Poets and Depicted
by Painters.

Farmer s Es

OCALA, FLORIDA

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Ocala Lodge No. 19. Convention? i

held every Monday evening at 7:S0
' o'clock at the castle hall, over the G I
!C. Greene Co. drugstore. A cordia1 i

velcoma to visiting hrother3.
Tom Proctor, C. C.
! Chas. K. Sage, K. cf R. & S

This is a Studebaker year.

lAdverlise and get Results

Frank W. Ditio
Improved and Unimproved City
and Country Properly.

AL EST AT

No. IO
No. 131

I oiler for a snort time the following Bargains:

HIGH CLASS RESIDENCE LOTS. Buy now and build when you like.

Lot on Oklawaha Avenue, 100 ft. front by 122 ft. ...$ 800
Corner Lot on South Fifth Street, 100 ft. front by 136 ft., near Mrs.
Ford's residence 10OO
Corner Lot on S. Eighth Street and Sanchez Street, 68 ft. front by 122 ft.. . 800
Lot adjoining the above and due west, 68 ft. front by 244 ft. 800
Lot on Broadway, suitable for store or garage, 50x112 ft. This lot is on a
brick street ; $1 OOO
RENTING PROPERTY AT LOW PRICES
Small house on Broadway.. $ 400
Two renting houses on let 50x1 50 ft., both for -.. 500
Two renting houses on lot 100x200 ft., both for.. ."(SOLD) 500
Two renting houses in Smith & Daugherty 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. BuV NOW!
LET ME SHOW YOU the above bargains, and if YOU WANT A FARM or a SUB
URBAN TRACT- I have them and it will be a pleasure to show ycu.
FRANK W. DITTO, 107 South Main Street.

No.
No.
No.

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59-
168.

92.

123.

No, 107.

No. 118

I ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE

I OF TRAINS IN OCALA

Seaboard Air Line
Arrive from Jacksonville.. 2:10a. ra.
Leave for Tampa 2:15 a. m.

Arrive from Jacksonville., ltsip.ro
Leave for Tampa 1:55 p.m.
Arrive from Jacksonville.. 3:51p.m.
jtave for Tampa 4:05 p.m.
I Arrive from Tampa 2:14 a.m.

(Leave for Jacksonville. . z:l-a.m.
Arrive from Tampa 1:35 p.m.
I Lave for Jacksonville .... 1 :55 p. m.
j Arrive from Tampa 4:16 p.m.
JjLeave for Jacksonville 4:17 p.ra
Arrive from New York. 1:34 a.m.
I Leave for St. Petersburg.. 1:37a.m.
l Arrive from St. Petersburg 2:55 a. m
Leave for New York 3:00 a.m.
Z Atlantic Coast Line
J:rrive from Jacksonville.. 2:31 a. m.
j -ea-e for St. Petersburg.. 2:32a.m.
.Arrive from Jacksonville. 3:34p.m.
j Lef.ve for St. Peters Kirtr. 3:35 p.m.
Arrive from Jacksonville. .10:12 p. rc.
j Leave for Leesiurg 10:13 p. tc.
i Arrive from St. Petersburg 2:26 a.m.

-eave for Jacksonville.... 2:27a.m.

burg 1:25 p. m.

. 1:4b p. m.

A nive from Leesburg .... 6 :41 a, zm.

2 Leave for Jacksonville..,. C:42a. m.

Arrive from Homosas3a... 1.25 p.m.
Leve for Hcmosasaa 3:25 o.m.

! Arrive from Gairesville,

daily except Sunday. .. .11:50 a. m.

Leave for Gaine3vfUe, daily
except Sunday 4:45 p n.
Lea ve for Lakeland Toes Toes-day,
day, Toes-day, Thursday, Saturday 7:23 a.m.
Ar. from Lakeland.. Tues Tuesday,
day, Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday 11 :vS p. ra.
i-or.e for Wilcox, Monday,
Wednesday and Friday. 7:10 a. m.
Arrive from Wilcov, Monday-
Wednesday, Friday. 6:45 p. in.

Arrive from St. Pfctertbt
jLt.ave for Jacksonville..

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The "common or garden" donkey 1b
one of the most laughed-at animals,
and few of us pause to think what a
figure this stubborn but patient crea creature
ture creature has made in literature, art, and
history. The very rlrst picture the
visitor to the London National gallery
6ecs as he enters the building Is a
beautifully painted ass upon which
the Virgin sits with her Infant Son. It

Is Ilolman Hunt's "Triumph of the In-' 3

noceDts." Balaam's ass has parsed
Into a proverb of the foolish Instruct Instructing
ing Instructing the wise I There Is, too, the

the Second century, Balzac with hla

"Ass's Skin," Sancho Panza with his 1 1

adored donkey, and Sterne with that
dead donkey which he has Immortal Immortalized.
ized. Immortalized. Then who can forget Robert
Louis Stevenson's delightful Travels
With a Donkey." where the donkey Is
almost as entertalnlDg as the author?
There was, too, the famon3 donkey of
M8fek!ng. and Ilalll Bey's donkey
which was shaved of Its ears by a
British shot, and there was Matanza's
mule killed in Cuba but that was
only half a donkey I Kin? Midas was
paid to have ass's ears, and ft was upon
an ass that Mohammed went to para paradise
dise paradise to learn the will of Allah. It was
named Al Borak (the L'ghtnlng), so It
must have been the swiftest ass on
record!

J. D. SPENCER

AGENCY

Fvll line of
AUTO ACCESSORIES

W. R. PEDRICK
All Buick Cars Ivquipped With
Cord Tires and Alemite
Oiling System
We Make a Specialty c' Parts
for the Buick and the Prices 7
Consistent with the Cost of Same
(JO OD YEAR and U.S. TIRES
and TUBES
Eiclcsive Agcn!s for
"VESTA" BATTERY
18 MONTHS GUARANTEE
An Up-to-Date
Battery Service Station
We maintain an up-to-date
garage with expert wcrkmer, at'
all times, assuring prompt and
. efficient service.

3n

GASOLINE. OILS and GREASE

1

SPENCER-PEDRICK MOTOR CO.

PHONE 271

Ocala

Florida

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Dachshund a Hunting Dofl.

The dachshund Is a true hound and.
Is used for hunting In Europe, espe especially
cially especially for getting foxes and other such

animals out of boles, as It la a greatsl

digger, and Its peculiar build enables
it to go down relatively small hole.
It has an excellent nope, and wUl trail
rabbi rs. foxes and other game with

great tenacity, but It Is little used for I
hwnf-fnv (n V 1 m iAw 9 t mm f f m 1

hard to train and manage, paying little
attention to orders, and doing as It
pleases. If the game goes to earth. It
Is almost Impossible to get the dachs dachshund
hund dachshund away until It has been dug out.
This breed Is of great antiquity, one
of Its kind being painted on aa Egyp Egyptian
tian Egyptian xaonuEeat .f 2000 B. C

TEE WINDSOR HOTEL
JACKSONVILLE, EXD&IDA
In the bear? of the zitj with Hemming Park for a front yard.
Every modern eonTenieneo in each room. Dining room serne la
second to none

ROBERT 5L MEYER,
Maaager.

J. E. KAVANAUGH
Proprietor.

You can always get fresh or salt
water fish, shrimp, etc, at. the (Sty
Fish Market on Fort King avenue.
Phone 158. tf

W. K. Lane, M. D physician and
surgeon, specialist eye, ear, nose Mid
GiroaL OEce over 5 and 19 cent iter a
Ocala, Fla. Adv. tf



OCALA tXtSTSG STAR, TtJESDAT, MAT 3. 1031

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On Entire Stock of

GOODYEAR and UNITED STATES
USES

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FOR

List Price

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Corner Osceola and Ft. King
OCALA, - FLORIDA

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If you have any society items for

the Star, please .call five-one.

Sir. S. T. Sistrunk left this after

noon for a short visit to Jacksonville.

Mr. and Mrs. Frank HaviLand of

Belleview were shoppers in the city

for the day.

Strings and trimmings for all in

struments at THE BOOK SHOP. 3t

Mr. John W. Stevens of Fort Mc

Coy is a well known business visitor

in the city for the day.

You have often thought

v A you would have your

0 eyes examined "some
J" day." Why delay longer.
PR. K. J. WEIIIE,
fiptomeirist and Optician
Ereright Specialist.

Our Specialty Is
Rebuilding

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BARGAIN IN CUT DOWN BUICK
i
One 4 -cylinder Buiclr. disc wheels, j

cut down racer. Bargain.
AUTO SALES CO;
29-t Mack Taylor.

WHERE FROGS ARE CHICKENS

Friends of Mrs. Clarence Camp will
be glad to learn of her improvement
after a week's illness.

Fresh eggs, all guaranteed, 25

cents per dozen. Farmer's Exchange

Store. 30-3t

Tariff Laws of the United StstM Say
They Are Sam and Alike "In

Three Counts."

I

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MAZON & CO.

Mr. Angus Birdsey of Macon. Ga.,
left yesterday afternoon for his home
after a brief business visit in the city.

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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 arid
Pork Cheap. Pay for your meat and not your
neighbor's who does not pay for his.
FED FLORIDA STEERS
Round Steak 30c Loin Steaks. 30c
Other Steaks 24c Good Roast 24e
Brisket Stew 17!2C Rib and Flank 15c
Hamburger 23c Liver .. 24c
FINE PORK
Pork Chops ......25c Pork Hams 25c
Pork Stew ..20c Pork Livers ... 25c
BEST OF VEAL
Veal Chops ..38c Veal Roast. ....33e
Veal Stews 20c Veal Liver ..25
FIRST QUALITY WESTERN
Round Steak 40c Loin Steaks 40c
Good Roast 33c Good Stews 20c

Mrs. M. D. Turnipseed of Miami is
a visitor in the city, a guest at the

home of her mother, Mrs. A. J. Leav-

engood.

Overland roadster, good mechanical
condition; good tires. Terms if de desired;
sired; desired; $400. Spencer-Pedrick Motor
Coompany. 3-tf

Mr. and Mrs. Mobley of Summei-

field and Mr. and Mrs. G. M. Brown of

Anthony were shoppers and business
visitors in town for the day.

To one not versed In tariff law, or
familiar with the devious and tortu tortuous
ous tortuous channels of reasoning followed
only by customs legal luminaries, some
of the decisions at first appear to be
ratber odd. Frogs have become chick chickens
ens chickens for tariff purposes. renlor has
been held to be beef and live nalls

have soberly been decided to be nonenu
nitrated unmanufactured articles, re- ;
marks the San Francisco Chronicle.
Reason begins to totter cn Its throne
and completely tumbles off when one
learns that a firebrick weighing under
five pounds Is a firebrick weighing over j

r . ... five pounds. Reason, however, can pick
Utween Ten Cent Store and Ceng a j up u aDJ cUmb ;
Drue Store j easy chair with a sigh of relief after ;
- - - j reading a wonderful paragraph In the
NFFTiHilLI MOTOR a fl I Iaw know tn similitude clause.
LAAJLLtXlll 111U1 VVT. if an article Is not provided for. either
General Auto'Repairing! Jy nae I.raftr,aUDd
r four characteristics of an article that ;
and tUnrnnp i. .s.-i.ii i ,i i

Gasoline, Oils and Grease 1 of dnr-v- If the homeless article re-
iTsrn pah tor saip sembles any other article either In
USED CARS a-OR SALE .material, quality, texture or In use

Cars Washed $1.00, to which It may be aoDlied It becomes

Cars Polished 50 that article for tariff purposes. Fror

. : meat Is similar to the white meat of p fffWQ
Oklawaha Ave. &. Orange St chicken In three counts, venison scores J vJl O

South Bend
2 Ei rff O rcn o
THIS bait will ap appeal
peal appeal to anglers
who enjoy the sport
of making 'em "hit
on the surface."
It is a surface bait
easy to cast with spin spinners
ners spinners at both ends which
create a commotion and
churn most alluring to
game-fish,
Comes in 13 standard
colors at 85 cents each.
Come in and see it, also
other South Bend Qual Quality
ity Quality Tackle.
CEO. MACKAY & CO.
OCALA 4 FLA.

unclassified
advertises

iV ANTED. LOST,- OUND, VZtl
SALE. FOR RENT AND SIM i
ILAR LOCAL NEEDS

Rrtes: Six lines, raajdmura. cam tl.-ue.
25c; three times. 59c; six times, Tr,;
cne saMth, $3. Payable in advance. -'

STRAYED One year old Jersy
heifer, unmarked; from my pla.r
south of Ocala on Dixie Highway.
Reward for return. B. L. O'Neal,
Ocala, Fla. 27-t

FOR SALE Beautiful long stem med
Easter lilies, for home "te or'zVr
shipping. Phone 379. 2S'

FOR SALE Ford one-ton truck, can,
body and top; truck run 1200 bHa;

good as new; 32x4 rear tires; in
good condition. Apply Bask : cf
Hawthorne, Hawthorne, Fla, 2S-t

Phone 252

Mrs. R. L. Martin of Lake Weir has

joined her husband in this city for, a;

few days, and while in Ocala will be
a guest at the Arms House.

Some new, fresh strings for violin,
mandolin, guitar, banjo and ukulele at
THE BOOK SHOP. 3-3t

Mrs. Jacob H. Mason of Tampa will

arrive in the city Friday afternoon for

a visit until Sunday as the guest of
her mother, Mrs. M. H. Stovall.

Mr. T. C. Wall of Summerfield, Mr.
and Mrs. John T. Lewis of Oklawaha,
Mrs. Adam Haffner of Belleview, Mrs.
Fahs of Leesburg and Mr. Chas. E.
Treme of Belleview, were well known
callers in town for the morning.

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

WESTERN LAMB

Lamb Chops -50c Lamb Leg .4Ce
Lamb Ribs $5e Lamb Flank ...... 25c
We ask you for your patronage and
' Thank You in advance.

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

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Mr. and Mrs. Christian Ax expect
to leave Friday for their regular sum summer
mer summer visit to their camp in Maine,
stopping first in Baltimore for a visit

with Mrs. Ax's sister, Miss Daisy
Keidel.

A -large shipment just received of
Bordeaux Mixture, Disinfectants and
INSECTICIDES, etc., at the Anti Anti-Monopoly
Monopoly Anti-Monopoly Drug Store. 20-12t

Mr. T. T. Munroe and niece, Mrs

Allen Walkley, little Margaret Anne

Walkley, Miss Callie Gissendaner and

Mr. T. D. Lancaster returned Sunday

afternoon from a pleasant week's

motor trip to points south.

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Yoa'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 tha kind of
ice cream soda you get here.
THE VOGUE

DO

YOU APPRECIATE PROMPT SERVICE?

Send us vour orders for
THE EEST Western and
Florida Meats, Poultry,
Fanry Groceries, Vegeta Vegetables,
bles, Vegetables, etc.
Phone 108
MAIN ISTREETM ARRET

OUR MOTTO H GH-QUALIT-Y AND -LGW-ERICES

Violin boys, $1.50 to $16 at THE

BOOK SHOP. 3-3t
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Durand of Ya

laha, arrived in the city several days
ago for a visit with friends and rela relatives.
tives. relatives. Mr. Durani returned yesterday
to hi shome but Mrs. Durand will pro

long her visit for a few days longer.

Standard drugs
promptly delivered.
C. Greene.

and specialties,
Phone 435. G.

2-tf

About 11 o'clock this morning the

fire department was summoned near
the residence of Mr. J. J. Gerig on the

Lake Weir road to extinguish a fire in

a Ford car, caused by a short circuit

The firemen arrived in a short time

and prevented the destruction of the

car.

Mother's Day cards at THE BOOK

SHOP. 3-3t

Mrs. Grider Perkins left this after

noon for Jacksonville, where will visit

for two weeks her sister, Mrs. W. H

Gasque and Mrs. J. B. Riggs. While

in Jacksonville Mrs. Perkins will have
the pleasure of hearing Geraldine
Farrar, who will appear in that city
on the tenth.

v" rV-....".V 5

With B02 art's Wonder Aat Folst-.i
Xmx.m it hir aa U p?t ar
They eat Bosrt'
Wonder Ant Pofson
qnicUr and carry it to th-ir nsts. In
itwsoura you'll b abc'.ut.y rid
tbM pesta.
Ash f" or 2-i??f far ?j
cenitroiue
ply voa ir." t r. s; ovj

receipt of jO ctr.ls.
TbeBo?jrt Ccirnpry
Dajrtoa E.cL Sea .i.
. Flo. U

on one for the reason that both ven

ison ana Deer are eaten and flrehricks it
welching under five pounds are used if

In exactly the same manner as those
weighing over five pounds.

I:

IRELAND UNDER ALIEN RULE

RAILROAD SCHEDULES
Arrival and departure of passenger

trains at OCALA UNION STATION.
The following schedule figures pub

lished as information and not guar

anteed.

(Eastern Standard Time)

SEABOARD AIR LINE RAILROAD

Leave Arrive

2:20 am Jacksonville-NTork 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
1:05 pm Tampa-St. Petrsbrg 4:05 pm
ATLANTIC COAST LINE R. R.
Leave Arrive
2:27 am Jacksonville-N'York 2:33 am
1:45 pm Jksonville-Gainsville 3:24 pm
6:42 am Jksonville-Gansville 10:13 pm
2:33 am St.Petsbrg-Lakeland 2:27 am
3:24 pm St-Petsbrg-Lakeland 1:25 pro

7:iuam 'Uunneiion-Wiicox
7:25 am Dunellon-Lkeland 11:03 pm
? :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. Saturdnv.

Power ef the Danes Broken by Brian
Boru In 1014 Normans Became
Amalgamated.

About S00 A. D the pagan hosts
of the Northmen and Danes fell on
Ireland with fierce destruction. After
a century of destruction, Irish kings
led their people In a succession of
wars, for the deliverance of their
country, and Brian Dora ma, or Brian
Born (92-1014), king of Munster. by
bis great victory In the battle of Clon Clon-tarf.
tarf. Clon-tarf. on April 23. 1014. finally broke the

power of the Danes In Ireland. In i

1171 Ireland was Invaded by the Nor Normans
mans Normans from England. In the time of
Henry IL and Its conquest began. "In

Ireland, to quote the words of Prof.
Edward A. Freeman (1S23-1S92) "the
Norman was more purely a conqueror
than anywhere else, but In Ireland bis
power of adaptation caused him to
sink In a way In which he sank no nowhere
where nowhere else. While some of the Nor Norman
man Norman settlers In Ireland went to swell
the mass of the English of the Pale,
others threw In their lot with the
native Irish, and became, in the well well-known
known well-known sajin.li. "more Irish than the

Irish themselves." Detroit News.

MARKET
and
GROCERY
FINEST
Florida and
Western Meats
. FANCY
GROCERIES
A Complete Stock
PHONE 243

FOR SALE New incubator and
brooder; first class condition; a bar bargain.
gain. bargain. J. E. Frampton, 1109 E. 5th
St., phone 501X, Ocala. 29-Cr

FOR SALE Baby grand Chevrolet,
1920 model F. B.-50 touring, AX
condition; equipped with bumpers,
front and rear; spot light, seat cov covers,
ers, covers, motor meter and extra tools;
$1200, half cash, 50 a month for
he balance. I. E. McGee, Phon
218. 30-t

BOARDERS WANTED At '.704 N.
Magnolia street; $3 per week. Mrs.
J. E. Stilley. 2-9t

WANTED An experienced business
woman wishes position for summer
or longer; typewriting, cashier or
bookkeeping. Address, Miss B, care
Star. 3-6t r

FOR SALE OR RENT Furnished,
attractive bungalow, seven large
rooms, two bath rooms, sleepirg
porch, screened porch, large front
porch, garage for two cars, wood
room, store room and servant's room
above. See 216 Sanchez street cr
phone 187. 6-t

FOR SALE One pair of mules; one
light two-horse wagon; $275 cask;
A. B. Cooley, 116 East JefTersear
SU Ocala. 3-6t I-
FOR SALE Settings pure bred
White Leghorn eggs, Ferris strain
$1.50 delivered. Mrs. A. H. Church
Route A. is

Mr. and Mrs. C. E.

. Primitive East. Indian Dancing.
. In native Hindu dances virtually
every muscle of the body Is la soma
way brought Into play. There Is a
good deal-of pantomime used, rather
cryptic to the foreigner, and few of
the professional dancers appear ta
have had the training necessary t8
give real rhythm of motion.

x His Sentence.
"A teacher wrote a list of spelling
words on the board, asking the pa pi is

Carr expect to, to put hem Into sentences to Illus-

leave tomorrow afternoon for their 'trate ih-ir meaning. One word was

home in New York city, after a nleas-l PohIPt- nr,d fl S wr" "la

ant three months visit in the city the-' tenr: 1 .T'1 a
. .. .! would i:o!.ii
guests of relatives and for the past

wrote this sea sea-piece
piece sea-piece of cake, I

month guests at the Harrington Hall.

Good strings will improve your in instrument.
strument. instrument. We have them. THE BOOK
SHOP. 3-3t

The following were among today's
visitors noted on the streets: Mrs.
Raymond W. Keene, New Hampshire;
Miss Mabel Squires, Moss Bluff; Mrs.
W. B. Coggins, Weirsdale; Mrs. D. A.
Stanley and daughter, Belleview; Mr.
E. I. Whittington and son, Dick, Mcintosh.

I Bertram Ibbetson & Co., I
Chartered Accountants Jf
j of Atlanta. Georgia
" WiU open an cfEct in the Commercial 'BcnlBdIixg ; ft

W of OcaIa,lFlorida, elective? July lit, 1921, (or the ""V0
practice of Accounting, Systematizing, Income Tax
Consultation and Preparation of Returns. ''""'v?

ATLANTA OFFICE
I 250 PEACHTREE STREET

Mr. and Mrs. Geo. W. Chase will
leave in the morning by automobile
for their home at at Newton High Highlands,
lands, Highlands, Mass. For several seasons Mr.
and Mrs. Chase have been regular
winter visitors to the city and their
friends trust that they will again re return
turn return to Ocala in the falL

Bead the "AIs." Ycu Will Find Many Bargains.

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

Mrs. Elizabeth Boonner left this
afternoon for her home at Kirvin,
Texas, after a stay-of eight months in
the city" at the home of her son-in-law,
Mr. Howard Clark, and family Mrs.
Bonner faithfully and devotedly nurs nursed
ed nursed her daughter, Mrs. Howard Clark
and was-with -her at-her death

on the spot when it comes to eats. W.
A. Stroud, phone 393. Free delivery.

Miss Eloise Henry was the hostess
last evening entertaining the members
of the "A" club. Adding to the pleas pleasure
ure pleasure of this meeting was the presence
of one of the club's former members,
Mrs. A. M. Withers of Sebastain. Miss
Margaret Eddings of Texas, a visitor
at the home of her sister, Mrs. Parker
Painter, was the only visitor present
playin gwith the club members, name namely:
ly: namely: Misses Mabel xMeffert, Elizabeth
Davis, Blair Woodrow, Sue Moore,

Onie Chazal and Mrs. R. L. Anderson!
Jr. At the conclusion of several in-i
teresting rounds of auction. Miss Hen- j
ry served a delectable sweet course.

Mrs. Withers making the highest
score was awarded a dainty lamp
shade.

Find Gold in Tree.
There Is gold In trees. Tests have
been made by taking the wood of
certain trees", burning to ashes and
assaying the ashes. It has been
found that the itshes of almost all
trees showed traces of gold. The
harder the wood, the more gold there
was. Ashes of the black Iron wood
contained from four to ten" shillings'
worth of gold per ton. The metal
tends to collect In the trunk near the
roots, and the quantity naturally de depends
pends depends upon the auriferous nature of
the soil in which the trees grow.
Toronto Telegram.

Abstract Truth.
No man can claim protection from
laws he wou!d repeal.or prosperity
from conditions he would destroy.

me ijpot uasn urocery is Jonnny thm
Mntrf hrirtn'r In iha mho

according to ability and the needs of

society. Grit.

JTV : : zzrrr. 7-?

'U X .: ---

m

Share of Svrifl & Company
are widely distributed. Th
map shows thenumberof share shareholders
holders shareholders in each' state and hat
been dotted to indicate the pro proportionate
portionate proportionate distribution.

'

Who is Swift & Company?

Swift & Company is not a one man or
one family affair. It is a company owned
by more thun 40,000 people scattered
over the face of the globe forty thousand
shareholders with voting powers and a
share in the risks and profits of the
business.
Most of the forty thousand live here
in the United States. But some of them
live in France, some in England, others
in the Philippines, Hawaii, Alaska,
13,000 of them are women.
Nearly 14,000 of them are employes.
The average individual holdings are
small -about 37 shares apiece.
No one person or family owns a

majority of the stock.

In fact, it wouid tale 900 cf the largest
shareholders pooled together to vote 51 t
per cent of the stock!
These shareholders are the men and
women whose money, in the form of,
capital, makes Swift & Company possible.'
They are jealous of the character and
reputation of their organization, proud of
what it is doing, prcud to have a part in
supplying to the world such products as
Swift's Premium Ham and Bacon, Brook Brook-field
field Brook-field Sausage, Sil verleaf Brand Pure Lard,
Wool Soap, Swift & Company's fresb ;
meats, etc
The executives cf Swift & Company
maintain the hih standards of. these
'products as an imperative duty not only to
the 40,000 shareholder?, but to the public.

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