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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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VOL 27 OGALA, FLORIDA, MONDAY, MAY 9. 192 L v NO. 109

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LF.1ER1CA SITS IN
VITH THE ALLIES
Ambassador Hugh Wallace Takes hte.
Place at the Conference Table
in Paris
(Associated Press
Puria. Ma v 9 Ameripan rpnresen-

, r
ttion to the allied conferences was

resumed today when Hugh Wallace,
American ambassador, took his seat

at the session of the council of am-';
v&sssadors here. Mr. Wallace received
instructions last n'ght from Secretary
Hughes to represent the United States
at the ambassadorial conference. His
appearance at the foreign office, where
the council is meeting this morning,
was the occasion for warm expres expressions
sions expressions of appreciation on the part of
members of that body. Roland Boy-.
den, who formerly sat with the allied
reparations commission, has received
his instructions from the state de department
partment department to resume his seat with that
body.
TEUTONS CALLED TO TAW
Paris, May 9. A Berlin dispatch to
the Matin says the French ambassa ambassador
dor ambassador there has informed the German
foreign office that all incursions of
German government troops into upper
Silesia would be considered by France
. as a violation of the Versailles treaty.
SEEING THE LIGHT
Berlin, May 9. Sentiment in Ger Ger-1
1 Ger-1 man political circles was showning a
drift at noon today in favor of agree agreeing
ing agreeing to the allied reparations terms.
It is" now believed a parliamentary
coalition which will accept the allied
ultimatum will be constituted within
the fixed twenty-four hours.

TOOK THE LONG LEAP
INTO THE DARK
(A&sociated Press)
Borne, May 9. Francisco Tedesco,
former minister of finance and treas treasury
ury treasury and vice president of the chamber
of deputies, committed suicide today
by jumping from the window. He was
a sufferer from nephritis.
RETIREMENT BILL
County Superintendent Shealy re requests
quests requests the Star to publish the followr
ing, as he has been requested to ascer ascertain
tain ascertain the disposition of the teachers of
the county in regard to the proposed
bill:
The teachers' retirement bill pro provides
vides provides that an amount not to exceed
three per cent of monthly salary of
teachers be deducted by school boards
and sent to state treasurer to be kept
to an individual account of each teach teacher.
er. teacher. The amount deducted shall be in-
' vested by an investment board com-
. posed of the state treasurer, state
comptroller and the state superinten-
- dent and shall earn four per cent per
annum compounded quarterly. Any
m teacher retiring from the public
school service of the state at any
time shall draw out in one sum the
amount deposited with accumulated
j interest. No teacher receives less

"than she deposits with its accumula accumulations.
tions. accumulations. At death the amount due is
paid to her legal representatives. A
teacher may retire-at 60 years of age,
and if she has taught in the public

. schools 25 years, 15 of which must
have been taught in this state, shall
receive during her lifetime one-half
of her average annual salary from
1920, not to exceed $600 a year. A
teacher may serve seven additional
years if desired. Should a teacher be
come physically disabled after twenty
years of service in the public schools,
fifteen of which shall have been taught
in this state, she may retire on one one-half
half one-half of salary not to exceed $600 a
year. The state is asked to appro appropriate
priate appropriate an amount not to exceed $25, $25,-000
000 $25,-000 to carry out. the provisions of this
act. The teachers will provide an an annuity
nuity annuity for themselves. The state is to
retire those who have during the last
half century served in our schools for
the small salary."
MRS. A. P. HUNTER SEVERELY
INJURED AT FORT MYERS
(Associated Press
Fort Myers, May 9. Mrs. A. P.
Hunter, wife of a prominent physician
here, was seriously injured yesterday
when the automobile in" which she was
riding struck a stump. She was thrown
through the windshield and her arm
broken in several places. It also fear feared
ed feared she suffered internal injuries.

This is a Studebaker year. tf

FIRE III 0 All

IIATIOti FOREST!
A Great Misfortune to the Entire
State and Believed to be of
Incendiary Origin
From all the news we can obtain
from across the river, the fire in the
Ocala National Forest continues te
burn, and will burn until rain comes
or it burns itself out.
This will mean j
the destruction on the borders of the;
reserve of considerable private prop-j
erty, as the national forest and wood-;
land belonging to citizens mingle with!
each other in many' places. Private
property will not burn so fast, as the
woods are not so dense, and are inter
spersed in many places with fields;
also the owners have had some time
to guard against the approach, of the
fire. For a good many miles,' how however,
ever, however, the woods not only adjoin but
interlock; also, the wind carries fire
a long ways and will start new blazes
on private property hundreds of yards
away from that of the government.
From what we hear, a great deal
of game has been destroyed or driven
off the reservation. It is believed that
most of the deer have escaped, but
charred bodies of other animals and
birds have been found in many places
that were burned over.
The Star is informed that in all
probability the fire was set intention intentionally
ally intentionally by some party or parties who ex expected
pected expected to be called in by the custodian
of the reserve to fight the fire, and re receive
ceive receive generous government wages in
return. In this case, they have over overdone
done overdone the matter, and destroyed more
timber than grows in a good many
counties, the reserve being over 300,-
000 acres in extent. If this allegation
be true, and it is made by well in informed
formed informed people, the incendiaries should
be and probably will be severely pun punished,
ished, punished, as it is a felony to destroy gov government
ernment government property, and it is more than
likely government agents will soon be
here to investigate the matter,
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.
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.
MARION-DUNN MASONIC LODGE
Marion-Dunn Lodge No. 19, F. & A.
M., meets on the first and third
Ihursday evenings of each month at
7:30 o'clock until further notice.
J. R, Dey. W. M.
B. L. Adams, 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
ing sovereigns are always welcome.
H. B. Baxter, C. C.
Chas. K. Sage, Clerk.
THE GOOD OLD DAYS ARE
FAST COMING BACK
We don't wait until we sell an item
out and then buy again, before we re
duce the price. Our price is reduced
the minute that we learn of the drop.
THINK! You would be paying at
least ten per cent more for your gro groceries
ceries groceries if it wasn't for the U-SERVE
STORES.
LOOK! PRICES ARE GETTING
RIGHT.
Cloverbloom' Butter, pound 47c
Full Cream Cheese, pound 25c
Granulated Sugar, pound 8c
Hill Crest California Apricots,
2 tins 22c
Hunt's California Peaches, halves
in heavy syrup, No. 2 tins.. 35c
Hillsdale, Hawaiian Sliced Pine
apple No. 2 tins .' 28c
Two-pound tins Cottolene 35c
Four-pound tins Cottolene ..65c
Eight-pound tins Cottolene. ?. .$1.20
Get the habit. Lots of our patrons
come in and lay in a week's supply.
They make a business proposition of
their grocery buying. Wise folks.
U-SERVE STORES
Cash and Carry
One east and one west of city square.
Hard shell crabs today at the City
Fish Market. Phone 158. 27-tf

GREAT GIFT FROM i

THE GOVERNMENT;
i
Two Hundred Buildings at Camp I
Johnson Transferred to the
State of Florida
(Associated Press)
j Jacksonville, May 9. Florida Na-1
i tional Guard officials have announced :
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state of Florida.
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Washington, May 9. Arrange-1

ments are being made by the war de- j letter urges that such exaggerations
partro&nt to sell government owned are likely to cause unfortunate conse conse-buildings
buildings conse-buildings and improvements at Camp quences and strained relations among

Johnston, Jacksonville, it was an- the pickpockets, as when a member of
nounced today. The date of sale will j the association turns in a few hun hun-be
be hun-be announced in a few days and the j drei iu-e when the loser claims to
auction will be conducted by David B. I have lost thousands, the pickpocket is
Traxler of Greenville, S. C. suspected by his colleagues of having

DISPUTE MAY BE SETTLED
j)Y
ti? l r x 4 i
wasmngxon, may v. xx. iutmai ic-
port of the result of the vote taken by
the marine workers on the acceptance
of terms submitted by the department
of labor for settlement of the wage
dispute is expected to be made to
Secretary Davis today, by representa representatives'
tives' representatives' of the workers.
SAME OLD STUFF
Charges that negroes are denied
equal protection in the court3 of
Georgia and that the legal processes
of the state courts are used to deprive
negroes A of their propCirty, are made
in. a brief filed in the supreme court
today. The brief was filed by J. E.
Sistrunk, a negro attorney of Atlanta,
who represented himself as acting for
several complainants of his race in
suits involving real estate valued at
$150,000.
APPOINTMENT COMMITTEES
SALVATION ARMY
MrW. P. Preer, chairman of the
community advisory board. Salvation
Army, for Marion county, has an announced
nounced announced the apointment of the follow
ing committees:
Organization: L. M. Murray, chair
man, Mrs. G. W. Martin, Dr. C. W.
Moremen.
Educational: W. T. Gary, chairman,
Dr. E. G. Peek, Judge W. S. Bullock, i
Service:' Mrs. G. W. Martin, chair-1
man, Carroll Frazier, Mrs. J. H. Ther Ther-rell.
rell. Ther-rell. Finance: Judge W. S. Bullock,
chairman, 'Mrs. E. A. Osborne, L. W.
Ponder, Dr. E. G. Peek and W. T.,
Gary..
The functions of the community ad
visory board are as follows:
1. To discover and report to the
Salvation Army such cases determin determined
ed determined impossible of local solution by ord
inary methods.
2. To discover and report to the
Salvation Army emergency cases re requiring
quiring requiring removal to homes and insti
tutions other. than locally provided.
3. To co-operate with the Salvation
Army in relieving such cases as men
tioned above, under direction of a
Salvation Army specialist.
4. To undertake the solution of
cases by and under advice of Salva Salvation
tion Salvation Army specialists, but not requir
ing local treatment by a Salvationist.
5. To co-operate with existing
local welfare agencies by and under
the advice of the Salvation Army for
the permanent rehabilitation of un unsatisfactory
satisfactory unsatisfactory conditions.
6. To review and determine the
financial needs of the Salvation Armv,
based upon the annual budget of
state maintenance requirements as
revealed by the service reports of tho
Salvation Army.
7. To undertake the raising of
funds within the community influenc influenced
ed influenced by tre advisory board in the sum
determined by the findings under the
procedure outlined in the foregoing
paragraph. To likewise provide em emergency
ergency emergency funds for care of those cases
which., cannot be foreseen by the an annual
nual annual maintenance budget of jthe Sal Salvation
vation Salvation Army.
8. To appoint a delegate or dele delegates
gates delegates to an annual state convention
of Salvation Army community advis advisory
ory advisory boards for the purpose of discuss
ing and determining service require requirements
ments requirements of the Salvation Army and the
maintenance funds necessary.
The work of the Salvation Army in
this territory will be presented, from
time to time, by speakers selected by
the educational committee and thru
the local press. The co-operation of
the general public is asked and expected.

PROTEST FROM THE

PI
Members of that Cult in Genoa Claim
that Their Victims Exaggerate
Their Losses
(Associated Press)
Genoa, May 9. The chief of police
here has received a letter signed by
t.,:: i
jthey abstract pocketbooks have a
j "dishonest habit," in variably declar-
ing to the police much larger financial
loss than was really suffered. The
TO-lretained the difference. Alleged hon

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lest PPIe should be more delicate,
Ithe letter ends.
SATURDAY AND SUNDAY
SESSIONS OF. CHRISTIAN
HEALING MISSION
Saturday is. generally an off day;
everybody is busy with preparations
for Sunday. Notwithstanding this
fast large congregations, both morn morning
ing morning and evening, were in their usual
seats to receive instruction from Mr.
Henry C, Blandford.
He laid great stress on everything
that will advance or develop a child or
an adult physically, mentally and
spiritually in the are of living better
and taking better care of themselves.
"Mother love is beautiful and divine,
but it will not prevent an infant from
j dying because of ignorance of the
laws of hygiene," he said.' The study
of child welfare is engaging the at attention
tention attention of the world today.
"God has an ideal for us and wishes
us to grow up to it," he emphasized.
Mr. Blandford also in -one of his
strongest lectures Sunday morning
again repeated that we should seek
and learn and be true to that to which
all come to know to be truth. Elim-
inate all elsethatis unnecessary in
order to become more efficient in
knowledge and power which is given
to us in the study of God in nature,
all the sciences and the relative values
to individuals and to mankind, so that
we may become masters' of ourselves.
Jesu sthe master of all masters is the
example to emulate. He illustrated
what could be done with electricity or
fire if used or controlled, and what
destruction to life the same things
would be tthrough ignorance of their
power or law.
Mr. Blandford gave a beautiful in'
terpretation of the symbolic ceremo
nies of water, bread and wine. The
full, deeper, spiritual meaning.. He
spoke of the improved, .modern meth
vda in everything that will develop
one physically, mentally and spirit spiritually.
ually. spiritually. No one knows where the line
begins between the physical and the
mental. "Men, generally speaking,
love darkness rather than light," he
continued. "This is the condemnation.
Jesus said, 'I am the way, the truth
and the light; no man cometh unto the
Father except through me.' This is the
channel through which the door is
opened to improvement, intelligence
and power." Mr. Blandford stressed
that Jesus is the Great Physician who
invites whosover will to come. This
includes all conditions of mankind, the
entire human race. Christ gave indi
vidual training and healing. This we
learn from the study of the gospel in
his miracle cures. "The power of the
church in the awakening to this long
Ieglected command to heal both body
and soul rests upon the individual,'
he stressed, "but the corporate power
of the church will accomplish more
than the individuaL"
"Verily believe the works I do ye
shall do," said Jesus. Inspired indi
viduals led the masses in Christ's day
as well as in this day. Jesus was a
man of action and he wants people to
follow hi sexample and likewide do
things.
Space forbids giving even a meager
outline of his last four lectures. The
combined ceremony of laying on of
hands and the administration of the
holy communion Sunday morning was
most impressive and many availed
themselves of the opportunity.
Mr. Blandford will remain three
days longer. Wednesday evening will
close his mission work in Ocala. Alter
his departure the work will be carried
on by the church and prayer circles

LEBER A NEGRO

EAR

LAVTEY

Taken from Jacksonville to Starke
for Trial Mob Saved Offi Official
cial Official the Trouble
(Associated Press)
??tn rlro Xfgo Q Sam RollinmiiP
t i
and killed Deputy Sheriff JL D. Ben
nett Tipnr Tjwt Ar ma t1rn fmm tVia
Bedford county here Portly
after midnight and lynched.
STORY OF THE LYNCHING
A mob appeared at the jail and at
the point of pistols forced the jailer
to give up the keys. The negro was
placed in an automobile and taken to
the home of Bennett near Lawtey and
hanged to a tree. The body was then
riddled with bullets.
AND ITS CAUSE
Bennett was summoned to the Bal Bal-lingers
lingers Bal-lingers home to arrest Chad wick
Ballinger, the son of Sam. The elder
negro opened fire in the darkness and
mortally wounded, Bennett and his
son. Bennett died several days later
and Chadwick a few hours after be being
ing being shot. Sam who was removed to
Jacksonville for safe keeping, was
brought here Saturday for trial.
AT THE K. OF P. HALL TONIGHT
Members of the Knights of Py Pythias
thias Pythias lodge in Ocala will have an op opportunity
portunity opportunity of witnessing the exempli
fication of the unwritten work at the
regular meeting of No. 19 tonight. Mr.
F. E. Hoyt, representing the insur
ance department of the Knights of
Pythias, will be on hand to demon demonstrate
strate demonstrate this work, and every member
of the local lodge should be present,
especially those who have never had
the opportunity of attending the grand
lodge meetings. Visiting knights in
the city are also invited to be on hand
this evening.
STOREKEEPER'S WIFE
COMMITTED SUICIDE
(Associated Press)
Fort Myers, May 9. Mrs. Clyde
Hendryx, aged twenty-five, wife of a
storekeeper at Immokalee, committed
suicide yesterday, shooting herself
through the heart. She' leaves a small
daughter.
ODD FELLOWS
Tulula Lodge No. 22, I. 0 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.
OCALA LODGE NO. 286, B- P. O. E.
Ocala Lodge No. 286, Benevolent
and Protective Order of Elks, meets
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 and the Book
Shop, 113 Main street.
A. A. Vandenbrock, E. R.
C. Yt Miller, Secretary.
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
velcome to visiting brothers.
Tom Proctor, C C
Chas. K. Sage, K. of R. & S
will be organized to which all denom denominations
inations denominations are invited to join. Mr.
Blandford made the statement that
because these prayer circles will be
under the auspices of the Episcopal
church, in which the pioneer work of
Christian healing originated, it will
not be obligatory to join, this church.
Everyone is free to come and partici participate
pate participate in the prayer circle the same as
in the mission, and with no more ob obligation.
ligation. obligation. Mr. Blandford has given a new im
petus to life and a general uplift to
all who availed themselves of the op opportunity
portunity opportunity to receive his instruction.
Rev. Neighbour stated that Grace
church had received an uplift and an
enlarged vision and greater things
are expected and will be accomplished
in time to come.
The services will be as follows the
first three days of the week: Holy
communion at 9 a. m, the healing
mission at 10 a. m. and 7:20 p. m.
Reporter.

BIG WEEK III QCALA

FOR BASEBALL
Two Games, One with Palatka and the
'Other with a Gainesville
Picked Team
There will be two good games of
baseball in Ocala this 'week. Thursday,
jOcala plays a picked team from the
of Gainesville. Palatka comes bac
ff1..
noon. Jake has secured the services
ef Mickler-and Boswell to do the toss tossing
ing tossing for Ocala and the games will be
the real stuff! Come out and see the
games and keep the home team out
of the hole.
SEEKING MILLIARD'S SONS
Suspected. of Having Made a Murder-
ous Attack on their Father
Saturday Night
(Associated Prt&a)
Tampa, May 9. A man named HU HU-li&rd
li&rd HU-li&rd or near Plant City, is at his
home at the point of death as a result
of wounds received in a quarrel there
Saturday night, according to' a report
received today by the Sheriff here.
One son, Jesse, is in the county jaO
here and the sheriff is seeking another
son.
GREAT EVENT FOR
ROTES IN SANFORD
i Aaaoci&ted Prej
' Sanford, May 9. A Rotary club
will be installed here tomorrow night
with the Orlando club in charge of the
program. John Turner of Tampa,
governor of the Eighth district, will
preside.
WORD PROGRESSING ON
. FARM COLONY BUILDINGS
Gainesville, May 8. Work on the
three buildings northeast of the city
where the Florida state farm colony
for feeble minded and epileptics will
be established, is progressing rapidly
and the large structure where the pa patients
tients patients will be cared for is practically
completed. The superintendent's home,
which will be a commodious bunga bungalow,
low, bungalow, is nearing completion but the
building to be utilized as a dining hall
and kitchen is not as far advanced.
HAD A SCRAP AT
" WINTER HAVEN
(Associated Press)
Tampa, May 9. Reports from Win Winter
ter Winter Haven declare that Professor
Jones of that city is suffering from
a fractured skull and' paralysis and
Deputy Sheriff John Thornhill is be being
ing being held pending developments. It is
charged that Thornhill attacked the
school teacher as a result of trouble
with Thornhill's son.
Congratulation cards are of almost
daily use. We have a splendid assort assortment
ment assortment on hand now. Court Pharmacy.
Phone 284. 6-3t
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 sum sum-Leave
Leave sum-Leave for Jacksonville.... 2:15a.m.
Arrive from Tampa 1:85 p.m.
Leave for Jacksonville.... 1:55 p. m.
rrive from Tampa 4:16 p.m.
ueave for Jacksonville.... 4:17p.m.
Arrive from New York.... 1:34 a. m.
Leave for St. Petersburg.. 1:37a.m.
Arrive from St. Petersburg 2:55a.m
Leave for New York 3:00 a.m.
Atlantic Coast Lin
Arrive from Jacksonville.. 221 an.
eave for St. Petersburg.. 2:32a.m.
Arrive from Jacksonville.. 3:34p.m.
Leave for St. Petersburg.. 3:35p.m.
Arrive from Jacksonville.. 10 :12p.m.
Leave for Leesburg 10:13 p. n.
Arrive from St. Petersburg 2:28 a.m.
eave for Jacksonville.... 2:27 a. ra.
Arrive from St. Petersburg 1:25 p. m.
Leave for Jacksonville.... 1:45p.m.
Arrive from Leesburg.... 6:41a.m.
Leave for Jacksonville.... 6:42a.m.
Arrive from Homosassa... L25p.m.
Leave for Homosassa 3:25 p. m.
Arrive from Gainesville,
daily except Sunday.... 11:50 a. m.
Leave for Gainesville, daily
-except Sunday 4:45 p m.
Leave for lakeland Tues Tuesday,
day, Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday 725 sum,
Ar. from Lakeland, Tues Tuesday,
day, Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday 11 w3 p. m.
Leave for Wilcox; Monday,.
Wednesday and Friday.. 7:10a.m.
Arrive from VVilcov. Mon Monday.
day. Monday. Wednesday, Friday. 6:45 p. sa.



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fMklUWtf Cvrrjr UT Exeept Suday T
STAR PUBLISHING COMPANY-
1 OCALA, FLORIDA.

R. R. Carroll. PrMtmt
f. V. Leavesr, rrtrjr-Trerr
J. H. Bcajanla. Edltar

deputy sheriffs who made the arrest j UNITED WE-STAND,
wareJpalled by the state as witnesses. J DIMDED WE FALL

Each testified that he had seen thej z.
Same. The. defense introduced no TWlj and Sensible Resections from
witnesses but contended that the law, the-Tampa Board of Trade
was obsolete. j The Marion County Board of Trade

lhas received a copy of the following
; resolutions adopted by the board of
i governors of the Tampa board of

A SUNBEAM FOR THE STAR

Entered i Ocala, Fla.,
econd-clasa matter.

postofSce

TCLEPUOSES
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MEMBKR ISJtOCIATEO PRESS
Associated Prps Is exclusively
entitled tor the use for republication of
all news dlapatchea credited to it or
not otherwise credited In thla paper ana
also the local news published herein.
411 rights of republication of special
i patches herein are also reserved.

In the incessant uphill battle that1
is the lot of every progressive news-j

j paper, it is like a sunbeam thru a

forest glade to receive a letter like

the following from a valued reader:

, Ocala, Fla., May 5, 1921.
Star Publishing Company:
Gentlemen I am enclosing a check

Customers

trade in regard to capital removal:

Whereas, Peninsula Florida is most 1 ()

vitally interested in securing the re removal
moval removal of the capital of the state to

; some centrally located point accessible

'.to the citizens of the state having
business taking them to the capital;

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for Sfi in navmpnt of m v Ruhsrrintirm f ..-.!

, Whereas, ihe lam Da board 01 trade

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Profit Sharing Sale

Even though my pen were as facile,
and my brain as active as your edi-

ital to some such point is of primary ; ;-

1 importance, and the exact place where

domestic cbscriptio3i rates jwords to express my appreciation of ondary concern. and

Whereas, The Tampa board of trade
further realizes that if the represen-

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One year, in advance ..... I your

Six months, in advance .v
Three months, in advance
One month. In advance

ADVERTISINO KiS
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Legal advertisements legal rates.

valued paper,

It may interest you some to know
that the Star has let a great deal of
"sunshine' into my thoughts (if you
will pardon my mixed metaphors).
May the Star shine long and bright
ly is my earnest wish.

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Carpentier is confident he can
knock out Dempsey. He has the Star's
best wishes.

Man killed in Jacksonville in a dis dispute
pute dispute over a time card. We thought the
ace of spades was the death card.
Judging by their utterances, the St.
Petersburg papers want to know if
the state senate will turn the name
of Whitehurst to Whitewash.

We guess the North yet considers
the South a part of the United States
and not down to the level of the Phil Philippines.
ippines. Philippines. The attempt of Representa Representative
tive Representative Tinkham, republican, of Massa

chusetts, to have Southern elections

investigated was defeated in -the
House by republican votes. It is good
to know that there are people up north
who realize that in the South the
whites outnumber the negroes more
than two to one.

The Florida posts of the American
Legion were the first to raise their
quota of the fund to decorate the
graves of American soldiers in
France.

The Tampa Tribune makes the per

tinent query: "When Mr. W. J. Bryan

fears trouble between this country
and England because of the activities
of whisky smugglers between Miami
and Bimini, we wonder if he is the
same man who couldn't see any reason
for severing relations with Germany
for the murder of Americans by sub-

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tatives of the counties of peninsula
Florida in the state legislature become
divided by the efforts of the several
cities which are making an effort to

secure the capital location, the chance
of moving the capital anywhere will

be practically destroyed; therefore beij?
it I

Resolved, By the board of gover- ffr

nors of the Tampa board of trade that s-i-.

this organization earnestly urges all
of the communities seeking to secure
the location of the capital to subordi-

nate their efforts to bring the capital j

to any particular place and that they
with all of peninsula Florida join in

a most strenuous effort to bring the i

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NOW ON
e.
ON account of the great crowds
that thronged the store on the
opening day we were not able to
give as prompt service as we
would desire, and many left be-
fore they could be served.

we
the

have an
lines ad-

Talking about state songs, what's
the matter with "Way down upon de
S'wanee ribber"? Nothing has been
4 written and nothing is likely to be
written, to equal it.

"Behave Yourself" is the name of
the horse which won the $50,000 race
in the derby at Louisville Saturday.
That's all right in a horse, but if you
are a human and behave yourself you
are not very fast.

capital to some point that will be near

the center of population; and be it
further
Resolved, That the various cities
which may desire the capital and the
representatives of peninsula Florida
in the legislature use their best efforts
to agree upon some particular city
upon which all of those interested in
capital removal may center; and be it
further
Resolved, That this board in pass

M ,, ,. ... ling this resolution does not mean to
President Harding is said to oppose I a anv CT1ToetinT, rt tva

uvj : a : a J "-6b-""'-

marine assassins

Germany until the Germans have
complied with Allied terms and given
guarantees that they will make their
promises good. It begins to look like
Mr. Harding is much more of a
statesman that the republican bosses
thought he was.

Senator Fletcher declared 'in a
.speech in the Senate Saturday that
there was no heed of tariff legislation
at this time. The senator is about

as well posted on public affairs
any man in America.

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Now that Lakeland has secured the
college, it stands ready to help either
Orlando or Ocala land the capital
unless, of course, the public thinks it
would be an advantage to the state to
have their lawmakers meet in a col college
lege college town. Lakeland Telegram.
That is good of you, Harry, but
you always were generous.

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The Orlando Reporter-Star says:
"Ocala means business in going after
the capital. The mailing wrappers of
the Ocala Evening Star bear the le legend:
gend: legend: The capital location for Flor Florida's
ida's Florida's capitol Ocala.'

Ocala has $150,000 available for
pasing streets. The city that is to be become
come become the state capital should be well

paved and beautified. Clearwater

Sun.

, Truth, multum in parvo.
The sheriff of Bradford county is
not going after Catts. He has the
warrant, for the ex-governor's arrest,
. but 'says he expects Catts to come in
and surrender himself soon. It will
be the wisest thing Catts "can do.

The Ocala Star prints a map of the
state on the wrapper of that excellent
paper showing that Ocala is the cen center
ter center of the state. And it has 24 pas

senger trains each day. lhat ought to
make it somewhat more accessible

than Tallahassee. Clearwater Sun.

You can bet your last nickel on that.

If people think they worry you by

doing any one thing, they take pleas

ure is doing it some more, just to
spite you, even tho' they may be tired

of it themselves. If they think you
don't care, they will quit, to find

something more interesting to them

selves.

In a democratic form of govern

ment, nothing can be done without
somebody is given a rake-off. In

other governments they give the peo

ple what's equivalent to a small rake-

on ana tne omciais take the mam

sum.

It is pretty well understood that the

vote for capitol improvement at Talla

hassee Friday evening was the result
of trades made on account of the

riparian rights bill. It is supposed

that it doesnt alter the capital remov removal
al removal situation.

Where did Representative Riddle of

Holmes county get his knowledge of

the "lewd, lascivious and immoral

dances he now wants, to universally

probit? Orlando Reporter-Star.
Corner of his brain must have turn
ed to clabber.

If it is proven that Mendenhall

while teaching Sunday school at the

state prison farm, was acting as

go-between for convicts who wanted
to buy pardons from Catts, the "honor
system" in Florida penal affairs will
have received a knockout blow.

In Saturday's daily by the careless

ness, we presume 01 ourself, tne

credit, "L. T. I.," was left off the re report
port report of the ball game between Ocala

and Dunnellon. But we presume ev

erybody knew Laurie wrote it. His

style is unique and interesting.

ADVICE

If a dear little girl jilts you,

Friend of mind, don't be a bit blue;

There'll soon be another
Wholl look good to you, brother,

And, for a while, be loving and true

Ben Thayer.

SO

HOWEVER, as
abundance of

vertised you can take advantage
of the prices all during this month:

which shall be selected and the means
which shall be used in arriving at

such selection, but that we do pledge

that this organization and this com- J
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munity will heartily support any city vfci

which may be so selected.

Passed this the 25th day of April,
921. A. W. Perkins, President.
Attest: L. P. Dickie, Secretary.

NOTICE

The courts have turned over to me

the seven mills illegally assessed and
collected on the 1920 tax roll as a

TRUSTEE. This was done so as not

to interfere with the duties of the
office as tax collector, and just as

soon as I can get through with my tax
sale and get out my reports, which

will be not later than July 15th, then

it will be my duty and pleasure to re return
turn return to all individuals paying this
seven mills tax- into the county.

I am going to ask you all to be pa

tient and bear with me as this work
is very complicated, and must be done
accurately, and. it takes time to do it.

Yours respectfully,
W. W. Stripling,
Trustee.

THE new specials displayed
daily will interest anyone who
wishes to economize.

FRANK'S

'The Fashion Center"

OCALA,

FLORIDA

II C. Cecil Bryant

PUBLIC ACCOUNTANT
. Gary Block, Over 10c Store
PHONE 332

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ATTENTION, EIGOTn GRADE

DAVVKINS' MARKET
Phone 519
Ill W. Broadway

Day Phone 47. Night Phone 515
GEORGE Ma'cKAY & CO.
Funeral Directors, Embalmers
. G. B. Overton, Mgr.
Ocala, Fla.

Don't forget to have your diplomas

framed at Roberts & Spencer's. 913t

NOTICE
A school for pupils of the second
and third grades who wish to review
their work will open at the primary
school building Tuesday morning at 9
o'clock. For particulars see Miss
Nellie Stevens. 7-2t

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

If you smoke cigars why not get
the best? Ask for Garcia de Oro 10c
at all dealers. 5-tf

We are convinced that if Ocalans
will try our Danish pastry it will be

come as popular as our iamous cin

namon rolls. Federal Bakery. 4-6t

PHONE 434
if you have any hauling
or trunks

L. ALEXANDER
PRACTICAL CONTRACTOR
AND BUILDER
Careful estimates made on all con contract
tract contract work. Gives more and better

work for the money than any other
contractor in the city.

W. K. Lane, BL D, physician and

rargeon, specialist eye, ear, nose and

throat. Office over 5 and 10 cent store
Ocala. Fla. Adv. tf

NOTICE

Notice is hereby given that it is

tne intention of the undersigned to
apply to the 1921 session of the leg legislature
islature legislature of the state of Florida for the
enactment of a special act authorizing
the board of county commissioners ox

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

personal property in said county to
provide funds for community welfare
work in the city of Ocala and Marion
county, Florida.

Signed: Mrs. Editn u. lyainrs.
Endorsed by Ocala Woman's Club,
Mrs. IL C Dozier, President, Mrs.,
Harvey Clark, Recording Secretary.
3-7-9tmon
Why pay more? Coca-cola 6 cents
t the Vogue. Phones 580-558. 23-tf

All Garcia de Oro cigars wrapped in
tinfoil 10c at all dealers. 5-tf

TKIIS IS A STUDEBAKER YEAE

VISIT
Our Splendidly Equipped Repair Shop
Sec How WeU Wc Arc Prepared to Fix Yonr Automobile
' MUMPHY MOTOR COMPANY
Main Street, Opposite Ocala Iron Works - OCALA, FLORIDA

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Twenty-four members of the Miami
and Homestead ball clubs and an um umpire
pire umpire arrested Sunday, April 24, were
acquitted by a jury in the criminal
court of Miami Friday of the charge
of violating Florida's blue laws. Three

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OCALA EVENING STAB, MOXIXAT, 55AT 8, 1001

ATTRACTIVE PRICES
Uneetlas and all 10c National Biscuit Cos crack crackers
ers crackers 8c, or 3 for 22c All 20-cent packages
16c or 3 for 40 cents.
Evaporated Pea chrsr-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 Flour a strictly first-class Kansas
hard wheat flour 12-lb. bags 80c; 24-pound
bags $1.55.
Very best Head Sice' 3 pounds 25c
Very best Blue Rose Rice 4 pounds 25c
Lard Compound, 1 pound 15c; 2 pouuds 25c
Pure Lard, per pound 20c; 2 pounds for 35c
Argo Starch, 3 for 25c; 1 dozen for 95c
Guaranteed Eggs per dozen 25c
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, pound 30c; 2 for 55c
W. Baker's Cooking Chocolate, 4 -lb. cakes 25c
I Our Delivery Service is at your command
if you trade with us.
FARMERS EXCHANGE STORE
Merchants Block Phone 163

MEETING OF THE j so-round and five electric lights had.!
WOMAN'S CLUB en placed. The city has promised
water hydrants, and $1237 has been
The broad field of women's club ac-i61 in beautifying the grounds. She
tiviH w fullv rfmftT,trfttH Sat. i presented the club with two wall vases

:urday afternoon when the officers and and president. Mrs. Dozier. witn

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gave their oeaamui Dua vase, a maroie laoiet ;
few of the to tie memorv f Elizabeth Maughs i

be given.! uiattfu in uie ruiiu, a Bpo i

president called ou of,tne Par especially dear to her. J

irs. naiier iicxxj, victory ay:i

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chairmen of committees
annual reports. Only a

most important items can

Mrs. Dozier, the

the following, and their reports in epi

an dchairmen.

and pillars at the entrance to Victory
I ti- :ti i nr rv.v i

t secretary: Total receipts of her office, jdead- trees have been replaced and ad ad-,$514.75;
,$514.75; ad-,$514.75; membership of the club, 128.'tl0"a shrubs an n planted
iShe also read several letters, one ask-!She believes that of all the chairmen

jing the endorsement of Miss Elizabeth
i Skinner for next federation president;
j! one from Dr. A. A. Murphree of the
j University of Florida, in reply to a

note of condolence at the death of
his wife; another urging the appoint appointment
ment appointment of delegates to the general coun council
cil council meeting at Salt Lake City in June.
Mrs. IL W. Tucker, treasurer: Club
receipts amounted to $1334.93; com committee
mittee committee receipt samounted to $1920.10.
At present $527.06 in the treasury.
Mrs. G. W. Martin, art' Lecture of
Mr. Stokes, an artist wintering at Sil Silver
ver Silver Springs, in January, the prepara preparation
tion preparation of an exhibition to be held this
fall in Gainesville, and her great de-

sire to see organized a state art asso-

' ciation. Splendid work had been don
j in the art school in Ocala, during the
J i past two years, one exhibit having
J j been made at the primary school. A
donation of $72 made toward Victory
JlWay.

Mrs. R. B. Bullock, civics: Beautify-

ing the parkway entrance to the union

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I WE HAVE THE TIRE YOU WANT 1

WHEN YOU WANT IT I
, "SERVICE" Our Motto
UNITED STATES TIRES HOOD TIRES J
ACCESSORIES (
SINCLAIR MOTOR OILS
CARS WASHED AND POLISHED (
KUMBAK SERVICE STATION 1

she is the happiest because she had
obtained her goal; $253.63 is on hand
to pay for the pillars and bronze tablets.

Last came the splendid report of

the president, Mrs. H. C Dozier,

which will be published in fulL

It was a fine meeting and the presi

dent together with all the club

members are justly proud of the work
accomplished during the present administration.

SMALL SUPPER PARTY

UNG-M

ERMN CO.

CIVIL ENGINEERS AND SURVEYORS
Licensed under the laws cf the State of Florida

Surveys
Highways

Plats
Drainage

Reports
Phosphate

Capt. Edward Drak is associated
with us and in charge cf our Phos Phosphate
phate Phosphate Mine and Plant Department.

Offices, 33-34 Holder Bldg.
OCALA, FLORIDA

Phone No. 543

Tire Prices Reduced :

$17.00
$15.00

DIAMOND Non-Skid, 30x3.
old price 20.00, now
DIAMOND Plain, 30x3,
old price $17.60, now-.

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 GAEAGE
JAS. ENGESSER, Proprietor
Phone 258 West Broadway

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TRANSFER
AMD
prIofSTOKAGE

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Negotiable Storage Receipts Issued on Cotton, Automobile, Etc,

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

LONG DISTANCE MOVING
Phone 296

station plaza.

Mrs. Perdue, custodian of the club

house: Gift from officers of eight doz

en forks, four dozen ice tea glasse

from the home economics committee a

gut oi iour dozen spoons, aix cara

tables, some new curtains and a rugj

had been added to the furnishings of
the club house.
At this point a recess was taken
when all present adjourned to the en

trance oi victory way, where a
bronze box containing mementoes of
our soldier boys who so bravely
fought, bled and died in the great

war, was tenderly and impressively

placed in the bore of one of the pillars
which will stand as memorials bear bearing
ing bearing bronze tablets with the names of
all who enlisted from this county. This
ceremony was performed by Mrs.
Walter Hood, chairman of the Victory
Way committee, and following her
each lady present placed a spadeful of
cement over the precious receptacle
until it was entirely covered.

Returning to the club rooms the re

ports were resumed.
Mrs. L. J. Knight, press manager:

One report had been written by her

self and one by Mrs. W. T. Gary for

the state papers.

Mrs. William Hocker, club house:

$396.75 had been spent on repairs.

$113.55 had been paid the custodian

for the care of the building, and the
rentals had amounted to $290.50. It

had been proved that the club house

was of great value as a community
asset, having been used for hospitality

to visitors on Wednesdays during
January, February and March. Many

societies and visiting conventions had
used it for banquets and other gather

ings free of charge.

Mrs. C. R. Tydings, good roads and

the rest room: An appeal to the coun council
cil council to have piping and sewers laid on

all streets before paving was done
and recently an appeal to have Okla Okla-waha
waha Okla-waha avenue paved "with brick, the

most permanent material, had been
made; 10,275 guests had registered at

the rest room during 1920, and many

improvements had been "made-

Mrs. E. B. Green announced that

Mr. Young, supervising engineer of
the new paving to be done in Ocala,

had consented to meet with the ladier

to answer all questions and to furnish

any information desired.

Miss Mamie Shephard, education: A
basket ball court has been made on

the high school grounds. She hopes
to see inaugurated a free scientific

examination of children as to defects

of eye,, ear, nose and throat.
Mrs. L. N. Green, household eco

noms: A barrel of canned goods was

sent to, the Children's Home in Jack
srnville.

Mrs. Frank Loean, hospitality: A

benefit card party for the Children's
Home of Jacksonville had netted
about $131.
Mrs. W. T. Gary. legislation: Many
letters had been written to influence

members of the legislature in the pas passage
sage passage or rejection of bills endorsed or

condemned by the state federation
and the local club.
Mrs. Lester Warner, literature:
There has been a travel class, also
classes in Spanish and Florida his history.
tory. history. Mrs. H. M. Hampton, music: A
concert will be given this week for
the benefit of Victory Way and de delightful
lightful delightful music furnihed during the
year at the meetings of the club.

Mrs. F. G. B. Weihe, parks: Many,
trees, palms and shrubs have been j
planted in the park. Seats, a merry-1

Saturday afternoon Mrs. J. C. B.
Koonce at her home on Oklawaha ave avenue
nue avenue was hostess to an enjoyable two two-table
table two-table auction party which she gave in
compliment to her niece, Mrs. J. H.
Mason of Tampa, who spent the week
end in Ocala especially to be present
with her mother, Mrs. M. H. Stovall
on Mother's Day.
This affair was very informal and
those present were delighted to have
the opportunity of spending an after

noon with the honoree, who is a spe special
cial special favorite in this city and before
her marriage was one of the most
popular girls of the town.

The two tables for the players were
arranged in the reception hall, which
was tastily decorated with baskets
and vases of spring flowers, and for
two hours this ever fascinating game
was very much enjoyed, and at its

conclusion Miss ilary Jjuriord was

presented with a box of exquisite

linen handkerchiefs for obtaining the

highest score. To the honoree was
presented a similar memento of this

pleasant gathering of friends.

Assisted by her sister, Mrs." Stovall

and Miss Chita Kendrick of Tampa,

Mrs. Koonce served a delectable two-

course supper.

The following were those present

besides the honoree: Mrs. Alfred

Beck of Fort Lauderdale, Mrs. R. L.

Anderson Jr., Mrs. R. S. Hall, Misses

Mary Burford, Annie Davis, Nettie

Camp and Alice Bullock.

THE GOOD OLD DAYS ARE
FAST COMING BACK

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' YOUR PHONE
. . ORDER
will get you just as good a selection as though you
call in person.
Many times it is inconvenient for you to come
down town.
YOU MAY BE IN A HURRY
Whatever your need in our line,
a phone call to us will fill it

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.
THE VOGUE

We don't wait until we sell an item
out and then buy again, before we re reduce
duce reduce the price. Our price- is reduced
the minute that we learn of the drop.
THINK! You would be paying at
least ten per cent more for your gro groceries
ceries groceries if it wasn't for the U-SERVE
STORES.
LOOK! PRICES ARE GETTING
RIGHT.

Cloverbloom Butter, pound 47c
Full Cream Cheese, pound 23e
Granulated Sugar, pound 8c

Hill Crest California Apricots,

2 tins ,22c

Hunt's California- Peaches, halves

in heavy syrup, No. 2 tins.. 35c

Hillsdale, Hawaiian Sliced Pine

apple No. 2 tins.... 28c

Two-pound tins Cottolene: 35c

Four-pound tins Cottolene 65c

Eight-pound tins Cottolene $1.20

Get the habit. Lots of our patrons

come m and lay m a week s supply.
They make a business proposition of

their grocery buying. Wise folks.

U-SERVE STORES
Cash and Carry
One east and one west of city square.

Cash and Carry Meat Market
CRAWFORD PASTEUR, Prop..
Located in the CRESCENT GR 0CERY 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.f
FED FLORIDA STEERS

Round Steak 30c
Other Steaks 24c
Brisket Stew 17V2e
Hamburger 23c

Loin Steaks .,. 30c
Good Roast .............24c
Rib and Flank 15c
Liver 24c

Pork
Pork

Chops
Stew

FINE PORK
....25c Pork Hams 25c
20c Pork Liven ..25c

BEST OF VEAL
Veal Chops 38c Veal Roast 33c
Veal Stews 20c Veal Liver 25c

NOTICE of ANIMALS IMPOUNLED

To Whom It May Concern: This is
to certify that I have this day placed

in the city pound the following de described
scribed described animals, which have been

found running at large within the
corporate limits of the city of Ocala,

contrary to the ordinances of said

city: Une brmdie cow marked crop

and split one ear, underbit in other;

one red bull calf, no mark.

The owners thereof, or their

agents, and all whom it may concern,

are hereby notified that if the animal

are not claimed and all expenses of
taking and 'impounding thereof are
not paid within three days from date

hereof, to-wit: On the 11th day of

May, 1921, I will sell the same to

the highest and best bidder, said sale

to take place between the hours of 11
a. m. and 3 p. m. on said day at the
city pound in Ocala, Florida.
Henry Gordon, -Marshal
City of Ocala.
C. A. Holloway, Impounder. It

FIRST QUALITY WESTERN

40c
; 20c

Round Steak 40c
Good Roast 38e

Loin Steaks
Good Stews

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

4Cc
. 25c

C. V. ROBERTS. Phone 305

BARNEY SPENCER, Phone 431

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

Office Phoue 350

Ocala, Florida

217 West Broadway

3C

A large line of birth announcement
card3, with envelopes to match, at

the Court Pharmacy. 6-3t

THE WINDSOR HOTEL
JACKSONVILLE, XIX) RID A
In the heart of the sitj with Hemming Park for front yard,
Every modern convenience in eaca room. Dining room service )
second to none

This is a Studebaker year.

ROBERT rlL MEYER,
Manager:

j. e.:kavanaugh
Preprietar.

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OCA LA EVEN IN U STAB. MONDAY, MAY 9. 1321

CAIA QCCURREIIGES

i
If you have any society items for
the Star, please call five-one.
Mrs. Kate Brinkley returned Sun
day to her home in Tampa.
Nice destroys the odor of perspira perspiration,
tion, perspiration, 25 cents at Ceng's Drug tSore. tf
Mr. R. V. Ott is a business visitor in
Jacksonville.
Garcia de Oro, that mild Havana
filler cigar 10c at all dealers. 5-tf
Friends of Judge McConathy are
glad to see him out again after a long
illness.
Keep the hands and face soft with
1LASOL. 50 cents the bottle at
Gerig's Drug Store.'
Mrs. R. T. Weaver is enjoying a
visit in Jacksonville with friends and
relatives.
Butter 40c. a pound. Spot Cash
Grocery. Phone 393. W. A. Stroud.
Free delivery. It
Mr. Frank Pate of Lakeland has're-
turned home after a visit with rela
j.: l .1
tives here.
Dazira Face Powder is satisfying,
and the odor is dainty. Ask to see it
at Gerig's Drug Store. tf
Mrs. R. F. Rogers, who was so
severely injured Saturday, is resting
easy today.
Prescriptions correctly filled and
promptly delivered. Call 435, G. C.
Greene. 2-tf
Mr. D. W. Davis returned this aft afternoon
ernoon afternoon from a short business trip to
Jacksonville.
Mrs. J. H. Mason returned yester yesterday
day yesterday to her home in Tampa after a
weekrend visit in the city.
Butter 40 cents a pound. Spot Cash
Grocery. Phone 393. W. A.Stroud.
Free delivery. It
Mrs. T. M. loore has
home from a several days
Jacksonville with relatives.
returned
visit in
1918 Buick roadster, five good tires
and top. Mechanically O. K. A buy.
Spencer-Pedrick Motor Co. 5-6-tf
Dr. and Mrs, A. I. Izlar of Cler Clermont,
mont, Clermont, were in the city yesterday to
spend mother's day with their son, Mr.
Laurie Izlar.
Danish pastry is something new in
Ocala and is made exclusively by the
Federal Bakery. Try it. 4-6t
Miss. Imogene Stevens after a
pleasant visit to her parents here, has
returned to Jacksonville, where she
holds a position.
YouH be a regular customer for
Danish pastry if you try it once. The
Federal Bakery. 4-6t
Mr. Byron Lane of Tampa spent the
week-end in the city with his mother
and sisters, Mrs. Lane, Mrs. Berry
and Mrs. Allemand.
Standard drugs and specialties,
promptly delivered. Phone 435. G.
C. Greene. 2-tf
Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Camp and
daughter, Miss Nettie Camp and Mrs.
Leta Camp left this afternoon for
Jacksonville, where they will be until
after Geraldine Farrar's concert,
which takes place tomorrow evening.

Porch swings in plain mission finish, 70 inches
long, holds 5 people comfortably, $11'
36 inch porch swings with chain and fixtures $7
42 inch porch swings with chain and fixtures in
'mission finish hut with more strongly
braced arms $8.50
---
56 inch porch swings with chain and fixtures in
varnish finish with strongly braced arms $9.50

Mr. and Mrs. Carl Boesch left yes-

trrriav itemoon I or JacKSomnlle for
a brief visit before returning to their
home at Bradentown.
; Our Bathing Caps are pretty and
durable. All fresh stock. Gerig's
Drug Store. tf
Miss Rusha belle Sales returned to
her home in Tampa yesterday after a
week-end visit in the city, the guest
of her aunt, Mrs. L. W. Ponder.
Several cars left this morning with
tne men scnooi Daseoau team ror

Gainesville, where an interesting; yesterday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs.
game is being played this afternoon, j Merrin returned home by way of De De--
- De-- jLand, accompanying Mr. Williamson
Mr. Jack Kassels, who reenlisted fail to his home in that city.
the army, receiving promotion to first j
sergeant, was in the city yesterday on We have just received a new and at-

his way from the east coast to Savan- i tractive line of tally cards and pro pro-nah.
nah. pro-nah. gram pencils, which are being sold

For all kinds of plain and
sewing, phone 354.
6-6t
Mr. G. H. Hooper and son, Mr. Jas.
E. Hooper and Mr. M. C. Flannagan,
of the Combination phosphate mines,
near Juliette, were in the city yes yesterday.
terday. yesterday. You can always get fresh or salt
water nsh, shrimp, etc., at the Uity
Figh Market on Fort King avenue.
.
I Phone 158.
tf
Mr. and Mrs. George Ford returned
yesterday afternoon to their home in
Jacksonville after a pleasant stay in
the city, guests at the home of the
batters' parents, Mr. and Mrs. B. "A.
Weathers.
Overland roadster, good mechanical
condition; good tires. Terms if de
sired; $4K0. Spencer-Pedrick Motor
Coompany. 3-tf
' The regular monthly meeting of th
Womans Auxiliary of Grace Episco Episcopal
pal Episcopal church will be held at the resi residence
dence residence of Mrs. C S. Cullen tomorrow,
Tuesday, afternoon at 3:30 o'clock.
All boxes of thank offering are re requested
quested requested to be brought at this meeting.

trains at OCALA UNION STATION
1919 Hupmobile five-passenger. Al rtl- following schedule figure pub pub-shape,
shape, pub-shape, newly painted, five good tires; l5shed as '"formation and not guar-

$800; terms. Spencer-Pedrick Motor
Company.
4-tf
There will be a young people's rally
Tuesday, May 10th, at 8 p. m. at the
Presbyterian church and all young
folks of all denominations are cordial cordially
ly cordially invited to attend. Preceding this
rally the juniors will also gather at
the Presbyterian church at 4 p. m.
Tuesday afternoon.
There's no extra chargt for clean cleaning
ing cleaning your fish at the City Fish Market.
Phone 158. tf
Mrs. W. II. Chambers and daugh daughter,
ter, daughter, Jane left yesterday afternoon for
Jacksonville. Mrs. Chambers will
make arrangements for the shipping
of her household furniture as they!
expect to commence housekeeping
immediately in one of the Ocala
House apartments.
The Punta Gorda Herald says:
"Miss Ruth Mc Williams, a very at attractive
tractive attractive young lady who once lived
here and has a host of friends in
Punta Gorda, was married in Fort
Myers, Sunday afternoon, to Colin
English, a fine young gentleman whose
people live in Alva, but he is teaching
in Ocala. Shortly after the wedding
the couple passed through here on the
afternoon train, going to Ocala to
reside, and while the train was stop stopping,
ping, stopping, many local friends of the bride
who had been informed that she
would be on the train, went aboard
and gave her heartfelt greetings and
best wishes."

Circuit court is in session.
This is a Studebaker year. tf
Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Green left this
afternoon for Jacksonville for a sev several
eral several weeks visit, after which they will
go to Asheville, N. C, to spend the
remainder of the summer months.

Mr. and Mrs. Frank Merrin
turned yesterday to their home
Dade City after a brief visit in
re-
at:
the
city to attend the funeral of the lat-
ter s aunt. Mrs. J. F. Wi lUmwiT,
jmost reasonably. The Court Pharra Pharra-fancyjacy.
fancyjacy. Pharra-fancyjacy. Phone 284. 6-3t
The many friends of Mr. C. II
Mathews of Flemington, one of our
sterling young citizens, and an effi
cient agent of the internal revenue de department,
partment, department, will be'pleased and interest interested
ed interested to learn he has taken unto himself
a wife Miss Marion Crompton of
Clearwater. Mr. and Mrs. Mathews
arrived yesterday from Clearwatei,
and a warm welcome was extended to
the pretty bride by her husband .?
many friends. After a visit to Mr.
Mathews' home at Flemington, the
young couple went on this afternoon
to Jacksonville, but it is. hoped they
will soon return.
FOR SALE Ford sedan; late 1920
model; practically as good" as new;
run less than a thousand miles;
fully equipped with extras; cheap
for cash, as owner is returning to
Washington and must sell. Walter
Duckett (inquire Russell store, at
North Lake Weir). Oklawaha P. O.
Fla. 9-6t
HIIMB SOWS
Arrival and departure of passenger
! anieeu-
(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 pro
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 pra
1:05 pm Tampa-St. Petrsbrg 4:05 pm
ATLANTIC COAST LINE r'. R.
Lc&vg 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 pm
7:10 am Dunnellon-Wilcox
7:25 am Dunellon-Lkeland 11:03 pm
3:30 pm Homosassa 1:25 pm
10:15 pm Leesburg 6:42 am
4:45 pm Gainesville 11:50 am
Monday, Wednesday, Friday.
Tuesday, ursdav. Saturday.
Symbolism of Animals.
In the symbolism of animals, tbe
ant typifies frugality and provision;
the bear, ill temper and uncoutliness;
the bull, straightforwardness; the
bull-dog. pertinacity; the butterfly,
sportlveness and living in pleasure;
the dove. Innocence and harmlessness;
the fox. cunning, artifice; the goose,
conceit and folly; the grasshopper, old
age; the mule, obstinacy: the owl,
wisdom; the peacock; pride; the swan,
grace.
Hlrto-ic TcVets.
A gronp f t:i!.!ots from oxrruriffnns
f Faliylon was recently secured by
fctpnford university Severn I yf the
pieces carry the rtistirvt prints of the
piigers wh'cli mojlIt the;a over 4.000
fears nro. one e;!r:;i t';e name of
Darius. Kin? of PJaVylon.
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HELPS SOUTH SEA HATIYES

School Founded by English Woman
Has Been of Benefit in Inculcat Inculcat-'
' Inculcat-' ing Setf Reliance, j
North of Fiji, in one of the islands
of the El lire group of the South seas,
education of a practical nature has
been going on, and a deserted coral
Island has been the scene of a school
for girls where not only the ordinary
curriculum of European schools has
been in force but house-building,
boating and other necessary arts of a
Robinson Crusoe life. When the
school was started there was not an another
other another living person on the Island of
Papaelise. which is an
enchanting
Island, three-quarters of a
mile long ?
and about, a hundred yards In width.
its shores surrounded by coral
reefs
and the bluest of blue seas. j m
The school was started by an Eng- j
Jishwomnn, Miss Joliffe, In 1912, and
she has been the head In this island
of learning In the South seas till the
present time, when she felt it was time
to take a holiday. Devoted to her
girls as they are to her," she tells of
their self-reliance and capability. They
built their own houses and dormitories
with the help of a few native men.
whose services were shortly dispensed
with, and only one old man retained
to help in the coco plantations. There
are alout 2.000 coconut trees on the
Island and the girls look after them.
Pumice Should Make Us Bright.
Pumice Is formed by the solidifies- I
tion of the foam produced on molten
lava by the escape of gases. The In Inside
side Inside makeup of high-grade pumice Is
cellular and the specific gravity of the
stone Is so low that "dry pumice floats
In water. The known deposits on dry
land are not considerable although
the stone is scattered over large areas
of the world's ocean bed.
Italian pumice is the highest grade
known to the trade. The volcanic Is Island
land Island of Laprl lying on the north coast
of Sicily about 40 miles from the Ital Italian
ian Italian mainland. Is the seat of the Indus-
Pumice is used chiefly by automo automobile
bile automobile and carriage manufacturers, mar marble
ble marble workers, lithographers, platers and
manufacturers of patent leather and
enamel. Crushed to powder. It is used
.for scouring and polishing. Shipments
amounting to 8,S00,000 pounds of
pumice were made to the United
States In the six months from January
to June. 1020. by one firm In LIparL
Much Iron in Philippines.
The finest unworked irou fields
in ;
ihe world have been discovered In the
Philippines, according to a report from
government experts recently received
by the United States bureau of foreign
and domestic commerce, says the
Washington Post. The quantities of
ore adjacent to good harbors, they
state, will be sufficient to assure the
future iron and steel production In the
United States for generations. Already
land believed to contain more than
500.000.000 tons has been surveyed. De-
posits on the Island of Mindanao are
believed to be without a rival. They
contain 275,000.000 tons close to good
naroors ana lu.uuu.uuu tons witnin
easy transportation distance of Dajkin
bay, perhaps the .best natural harbor
on the islands. Only crude Iron work
in primitive smelters Is being carried
on at present.
The Defiling Hand of Man.
. &. .ft.
man. when he comes In his numbers.
defiles and defaces, and makes oriy
more than the wild beast. One has
but to find Us trail on any green
place. The orange peels, the dirty and J
torn newspapers, the old boots, the
broken crockery and utensils, have
power to destroy beauty and peace and
banish the Spirit of Place. When he
stretches out a hand over what once
was countryside, how depressing are
his little houses, his clinker paths. In
fields where the mole delved Industrl- j
ously from dawn to dark, where the
lark climbed a thousand winding
stairs Into Heaven. Katherlne Tynan
In the King's Highway.
Use Care in Handling Powder.
Opening a wooden keg of 'black
blasting powder with a wooden tool
miht appear to be the safest of meth methods,
ods, methods, yet the United States bureau of
mines calls attention to a number of
serious accidents resulting from the
practice. Tbe habit In many places
has been to drive a hardwood spike
through the head of the keg. and in
several instances the Ignition of the
powder has directly followed. Tbe j
cause remains unexplained, though
any one of a number of actions may
b responsible. Because of the dem demonstrated
onstrated demonstrated danger. It Is recommended
that powder be extracted from Its
kejrs only by way of the bunghole, J
even if more time is required. Pop-!
ular Mechanics Mazazlne. .1
Precocious Youth.
The teacher asked: "Why do leave
turn red In autuinnT" A small boy
said: "Because they are blushing tc
think how green they were In sum
mer?"
No Question.
"Ilats,' says the Times fashion cor correspondent,
respondent, correspondent, "are worn well on the
head." We have always regarded this
as the best place to wear a hat on.
London Punch. -----
Foolish Question 'Wu. 8.4gT. 1
No. IKrj.T. we should not call it
case cf" heredity "when a hard-headee"
business men has a bonebead son.
IVwfnn Transeriot.

i

We Solicit
Yoar
1
Cleaning
end
Pressing
I
We have opened a cleaning
and pressing department in
connection with our Men's
Furnishings store in tbe
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. ?nd goods are call called
ed called for and delivered in any
:art of the city. All work
l'arrntcd satisfactory.
This department is under
the personal supervision of
Mr. F. W. Uruderick.
Out of town orders solicit solicited.
ed. solicited. We pay return parcel
;ost on all work.
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Walkley & Barnett
Phone 74
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DOORp
SASH
Geo. MacKay I Co.
Ocala. Fla.
HARDWARE
HIGH GRADE PAINT
i
tlSilliXiHiiittttltillll
NEEDHAM MOTOR CO.
General Auto Repairing
and Storage
Gasoline, Oils and Grease
USED CARS 2)R SALE
j
j
; Is rS
! Cars
Washed $1.00
Polished .50
jOklMwnhrt Avp Ornnd st
jUKldWaild AVC & Urailge ot
PilOn 252
CLOTHES
ECONOMY
It is a simple matter to be well
"rr". w
W Many garments cast aside owuig
'. to 9011 or fade can fcy
Oar Dying and Cleaning.
be made seasonable again for months.
La-Donde Cleaning Co.
HARRY A. STEL, Prop.
0er Jirash Grocery Co,
PHONE 525
-in.
You have often thought
would have your
DR. K. J. WEI HE.-
Optometrist and Optician
Eyesight Specialist
WaetteaJ
To find Party who
wants the
Dlnnocf PdTiTQln
D1JJ JJ Ddi jcllll
Willys- Knight
Perfect Condition
5 Cord Tires
Owner Leaving City.
Mast Sell Next Four Days.
jQcalaJMoxCo.
a E. SIMMONS
Phone -
71

UNCLASSIFIED

ADVERTISEMENTS :
A' ANTED, LOST. VotfND. FOB
SALE. FOR RENT AND SIM SIMILAR
ILAR SIMILAR LOCAL NEEDS
S Rates: Six lines, maximom, one time,
j 25c; three times. 50c.; six times, 75c;
; one month. 53. Payable ia advance.
BOARDERS WANTED At 704 N.
i Magnolia street; $3 per week. Mrs.
. E. Stilley. -2-9t
WANTED An experienced business
; woman wishes position for summer
; or longer; typewriting, cashier or
j bookkeeping. Address, Miss B, care
! Star. 3-6t
FJ)R
SALE OR RENT Furnished,
attractive bungalow, seven large
rooms, two bath rooms, sleeping
porch, screened porch, large front
porch, garage for two cars, wood
room, store room and servant's room
above. See 216 Sanchez street or
phone 187. 5-6t
FOR SADE One pair of mules; one
lifrht two-horse waron;. $275 cash.
A. B..CooIey, 116
East
Jefferson
3-t
St., Ocala.
i-
fc FOR SALE Settings pure bred
j White Leghorn eggs, Ferris strain,
j $1.50 delivered. Mrs. A. H. Church,
I Route A. 613l
, FOR SALE One seven-room, two six six-j
j six-j room and two five-room bungalows;
' ALL BARGAINS. Own your own
home and improvements and save
i raised rents and having to move.
One cottage six rooms to rent May
j 16th. See L. M. Murray. Room 15,
Holder block, Ocala. 5-6t
!MR. ADVERTISER When you want
I
to buy, sell or exchange in Tamprf
territory, LfSE TIMES WANT ADS.
Largest Tampa circulation and the
largest daily average want ad. line lineage
age lineage of any Florida paper guaran guaranteed
teed guaranteed to all advertisers. Member A.
B. C. and Associated Press. Adver Adver-titsing
titsing Adver-titsing rates on request. We wel
come vinaumes.
6-t
A GREAT BARGAIN Typewriter
for sale. Can be seen at J. Chas.
Smith's jewelry store. 6-tf
WANTED Young lady wishes to lo locate
cate locate in Ccala; can begin work im immediately.
mediately. immediately. Experienced in law work,
electrical and wholesale, grocery
business. Will do filing, typing and
general oflice work. References. Ad--dress,
"Stenographer," care Ocala
Star. 7-6t
AUTOMOBILE FOR SALE Six-
cylinder Preston 1920 model; five
cord tires. Car in first class condi condition.
tion. condition. Will acacept Preston motor
stock in payment. Price one thou thousand
sand thousand dollars. A. A. Babcock. 713t
FOR SALE OR RENT Home -at No.
22 Sanchez street. Apply Rogers Rogers-Wilson
Wilson Rogers-Wilson Realty Company for further
particulars. 9-tf
LOST Tan leather traveling bag ou
Dunnellon-Shady xoad Sunday. Con-,
tained lady's and child's clthing,
lady's hand bag and jewelry. Re Reward
ward Reward to finder by returning to Star
- office of Ocala Gas Co. office. 913t
FOR SALE Four mules; good bar bargain.
gain. bargain. Ocala Manufacturing Com Com-'
' Com-' pany, phone 34. 9-t
LIFE
FIRE
A. E. GERIG
INSURANCE
Ocala. Florida
ACCIDENT AUTOMOBILE

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