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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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EVENING

' TEMPERATURES
This morning, 61.
This afternoon, 90.

VOL. 21

GIGA IIIIC JOB FOR
ATTORUEY GENERAL
Instructed by President to Investigate
Charges of Profiteering that
Resulted from the War
(Associated Press)
Washington, May 10. President
Harding has asked the attorney gen-
eral to investigate the charges of
profiteering in contracts and pur
chases made by the war
department ;
during the war.
BIG TASK FOR BROWN
ts' v,: m, 1 ft Wolf or- V
Brown of Toledo, has been appointed
by President Harding as his personal
representative on the commission
which is reorganizing the executive
branch of the government.
DIDXT MURDER DAISY
Killing of Barnhill Girl by Young
Wiles was an Accident
(Associate! Press)
St. Auzustine, May 10. Corbett

Wiles,' aged 18, held in connection j
with the killing of Daisy Barnhill, There will be a distinguished vis vis-aged
aged vis-aged 13, at Sampson last week, hasjitor in attendance at the district con con-been
been con-been released, the grand jury dismiss-J ference, being held this week here at
ing the case. Wiles was hunting witujthe Methodist church. This is Dr. H.
brothers of the girl. They returned j N. Snyder, president of Woffard
to the Barnhill home, wher the girl j College and associate director general
asked her brother for a shotgun. In: of the Christian education movement
taking it from the Barnhill boy the gun j in the M. E. church. South. Dr. Sny Sny-discharged
discharged Sny-discharged in Wiles' hands, the load.der will arrive early tomorrow morn morn-striking
striking morn-striking the girl.. The shooting was ing from Jacksonville, and will ad ad-purely
purely ad-purely accidental. dress the conference at 11 a. m.

SUICIDE OR MURDER
(Associated Press)
Boston, May 10. Captain Patoa
McGilvary, the hero of several notable

bombing raids as an American flyer
with the Italian forces in the world
was, was found, dead in the rear of a
garage here today. He had been shot
over the left eye. A pistol was near-Jand
by. The authorities said the circum-'them
stances indicated suicide but an in

vestigation would be made.
BET THEY'RE PACKING i
THE BALLOT BOXES
associated Press)
Jacksonville, May 10. The

democratic primary is being held to- pute between Venezuela and Colom Colom-day.
day. Colom-day. Chief interest is in the contest bia.- it is expected a decision will be
for the mayoralty nomination, in 'rendered within twelve months.
which Mayor Martin is opposed for
renomination by J. E. Mathews. : CATTS PUTS PROPERTY

Members of the city commission and
city council also will be nominated,
as well as other municipal officers.
Miss Florence Cooley, candidate for

V V. V IIUI V V.V U1VU VUV 'W
commissioner, is the only woman on'of the circuit court of this (Walton)
the ticket which contains the names' COUnty conveying' what is believed to
of nearly 100 candidates. Nomination be the entire holdings of former Cov Covin
in Covin the democratic primary is equiva- r ernor Catt3 and his wife in this city
lent t0 election. and countVt to Miss Ruth CattSf thelr
i daughter. The consideration mention mention-SANFORD
SANFORD mention-SANFORD WILL BUILD ed
is "$10 and other valuable consid consid-MODERN
MODERN consid-MODERN CLUB HOUSE eration." The deeds include 200 acres
Sanford, May 9. Plans for a cluujof land in the county and several
house for the Sanford Rod and GunjbIoc.ks of town lots in DeFuniak
Club have taken definite form with the j Springs,
purchasing of approximately twj!
acres on the shores of Lake Monros. APPORTIONMENT OF

The property has a frontage of more
than 200 feet on the lake and is only
six blocks from the business district
of the city.

The proposed building in which it schools under the semi-annual appor appor-is
is appor-is planned to hold conventions and tionment of the one-mill state tax for
similar gatherings will have an audi-j school purposes, according to the re re-torium
torium re-torium 60 to 80 feet, and a stage. Its port of W. N. Sheats, state superin superin-accommodations
accommodations superin-accommodations will include a grill, ; tendent of public instruction, to State
kitchen, shower baths and lockers. i Comptroller Amos. The apportion-
Erection of the building was made ment is made upon the basis of $1.40
possible by the action of public- j for each pupil in average attendance
spirited citizens in raising $12,500 to 'and the number of pupils is given by

satisfy the need of a place to care for
large assemblies.
A DEAD MAN AT THE WHEEL
Orlando, May 9. A car piloted by
a dead man threaded its way thru the
traffic of a busy street of Orlando to
day. The man at the wheel, Frank
Terry, proprietor of a local marble
works, being stricken with heart
failure. The car, after proceeding sev-
eral hundred 1 yards, finally crashed
into "a telegraph pole, and the death
of the driver was discovered. Tampa
Tribune.
STATESMEN WRANGLE
OVER THE STIPEND
(Associated Press)

Baton Rouge, La., May 10. After, ernor Hardee. Captain Chambers for j shouted and sang boisterously as
a session lasting far into the night many years before coming to Florida they were returned to the reforma reforma-and
and reforma-and enlivened by four personal en-! was a steamboat master on the Ohio tory.

i vuiitcia &mjug ucicgjties, me cuusii-
tutional convention late last night j
adopted an ordinance providing $15!
daily pay for state legislators,
present pay is $5 daily.
The
Worvt cnoll iran truioxr of Via "N4-r
"" J vvj
Fish Market. Phone 158. 27-tf

This is a Studebaker year. tf

OCALA

HARDING DESIRES
RESOLUTION KELO
President Evidently Wants to be in
Line with Allies in Making
a World Peace
v (Associated Press)
Washington, May 10. President
Wilson's order for the selection of
-first, second and third-class postmas-
ters under the civil service require-
ments was modified today by Presi
dent Harding to give a wider field
from which postmasters may be
chosen. Instead of being required to
slect a landing highest
examinations for any specific post-
mastership, the administration may
give the place to any one of three at
the head of the qualified list.
President Harding has requested
delay in the passage of the peace
resolution in the House, it was stated
today by those in close touch with the
White House.
DR.
SNYDER WILL BE
WITH THE METHODISTS
FOUR BROTHERS DEAD
IN CAMBRIDGE FIRE
'Associated Press)
Cambridge, Mass., May 10. Four
brothers were burned. to death in a
fire here early today which destroyed
their home. Flames blocked the exit
from the attic room they occupied
wnen firemen broke in they found
dead,
' :
SWISS WILL TRY TO
HAVE IT SETTLED
Associated Press)

Geneva, May 10. The Swiss fed federal
eral federal council today agreed to arbitrate
city ; the long -standing boundary dis

UNDER COVER
DeFuniak Springs, May 9. Six
AaaAB fii v, v,o -wir
THE SCHOOL FUND
Tallahassee, May 10. The sum of
$232,008 will go to Florida's public
Mr. Sheats as 165,720
The amount for apportionment is
$236,947.02 and when payments are
completed $4,939.02 will remain in the
fund.
Duval county leads in attendance
J with 14,471 pupils and that county
: will receive $20,259.40. Hillsborough
J.'is second with 12,880 pupils and that
county's portion of the fund will be
$18,032. No other county has as
many as 10,000 pupils.
TOM BROWN WILL HANG
Tampa, May 10. Tom Brown, ne negro,
gro, negro, recently convicted of the murder
of Captain Albert Chambers, an aged
. merchant of Lutz, near here, will be
hanged in the county jail May 20 un un-der
der un-der the death warrant issued by Gov-
auu uiiaaissippi nvcia aiiu was uiuwn
to river men from Pittsburg to New
Orleans. Chambers was attacked with
i
: a hatchet for the purpose of robbery
j Brown was captured several
I after "the crime and confessed.
Bread prices reduced at Carter's
Bakery: 10c. loaves now 9c; 15c
loaves 14c
10-6t

OCALA,

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TQ MAKE A MOVE
Trying to Take his County Into Ala Alabama
bama Alabama Before Greater In Increase
crease Increase in Taxes
(Associated Press)
Tallahassee, May 10 Senator Ma-
poles of Crestview, introduced in the
Senate today a bill providing for the
appointment of a commission by the
governor -to confer with the Alabama
state boundary commission with the
view of transferring the nine Florida
counties west of Apalachicola river to
Alabama. Mapoles, who resides in
the territory affected, said the pres
ent Florida legislature was so reck reckless
less reckless with appropriations that he de desired
sired desired to get into Alabama before the
tax rate is reached in this state.
Senator Epperson introduced a bill
which would require regular students
at the Florida State College for
Women to wear uniforms. 4
Another bill if passed, would autho authorize
rize authorize the payment to Sidney J. Catts
Jr., $1500 extra for the time he served
at $2000 salary.
A bill by Representative Miller in
the House would levy an excise tax on
gasoline and oils. The measure wa
made a special order for Friday.
The House passed Senator Hulley's
bill authorizing the issuance of teach teachers'
ers' teachers' certificates in substitution for
certificates issued in other states.
REDUCING THE DAMAGE
IN THE FOREST RESERVE
Mr. L. L. Bishop of Pensacola, for forest
est forest supervisor, who has been across
the river, helping fight the fire in the
Ocala forest reserve for some days,
came in this afternoon and gave the
Star an official report of the damage
done by the fire. About 60,000 acres
of public land has been burned over,
he says, and forty thousand acres of
private property.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
The spring term of the circuit court
is in sessionwith Judge Bullock pre
siding and State Attorney Geo. W.
Scofield representing the common commonwealth.
wealth. commonwealth. The grand jury is composed
of the following:
Earl B. Lytle, foreman; B. F.
Smith, James Butler,, C. E. Simmons,
Willie Melson, K. E Gore. Landis
Blitch, Joseph Needham, J. C. Perry,
W. M. -Cameron, W. F. McDermott,
M. A. O'Neal, Geo. A. Osten, J. J.
Leitner, H. E. Martin, A. M. Morrison,
J. E, Branch. B. F. Sims. Mr. Geo. R.
Smith is acting as bailiff.
The civil docket is as follows:
American Agricultural Chemical
Co., vs. W. C. Grimes, assumpsit.
B. H. Seymour vs. Berry Carter,
assumpsit.
J. D. McCaskill vs. R. C. Fussell,
action at law.
Howard V. Lee vs. Marion County
Citrus Sub-Exchange, action at law.
Spring Park Farms vs. C. B. How'
ell, action at law.
Guarantee Trust & Savings Bank
of Jacksonville vs. Metropolitan Sav
ings Bank of Ocala. assumpsit.
State of Florida vs. Sylvester
Brown, bastardy.
Eve B. Layton vs. A. C. L. R. K.
Co., action at law.
J. M. Patterson vs. Citizens Bank
of Dunnellon, assumpsit.
B. F. Connelley and H. C. Wallace
vs. E. L. Stepp, action and contrac
tion.
Charles Rheinauer vs. North British
Insurance Co., action at law.
Sol Morgan vs. H. M. Harrell, ac
tion at law.
Geo. A. Osten vs. Tully Hickson et
al, replevin.
C. W. Cannon vs. Board of Public
Instruction, action at Jaw.
Mrs. C. W. Cannon vs. Board o
Public Instruction, action at law.
W. J. Seckinger vs. A. C. L. R. R
Co., trespass.
Oliver Randall vs. Ocala Nationa
Bank, assumpsit.
PROBABLY THE GIRLS
WERE BADLY TREATED
(Associated Press)
Bedford, N. Y., May 10. Six of the
ten girls who escaped from the Bed Bedford
ford Bedford reformatory last night were
captured in the woods today. All
were weary and mudstained but they
READ A BOOK A WEEK
It will surprise you to find so many

days! old friends at THE BOOK SHOP.
!John Halifax. The Moonstone; Oliver

j Twist, et al., and the best NEW
ONES; Main Street, Ethel M. Dell,
Curwood, Zane Grey and many
others.
10-3t

FLORIDA. TUESDAY, MAY

PARDONED OUT OF
Almost Forgotten John J. MeNamara
is at liberty
Again
(Associated Press)
San Quentin, Calif., May 10. John
J. McNamara was released from the
state penitentiary here today after
serving nine years and five months
for dynamiting the Llewellyn Iron
Works in Los Angeles in 1910. He
was sentenced to serve 15 years but
good conduct earned the maximum re reduction
duction reduction of the sentence. James, a
brother to John, is in the same prison
serving a life sentence. He pled
guilty to the charge of murder' in
connection with the wrecking of the
Los Angeles Times building by an ex
plosion in 1910.
NOBODY WANTS TO PAY
lunter's Oil Bill Stirs Up a Nest of
Hornets
(Tampa Tribune)
Tallahassee, May 9. The Hunter
proposition to tax dealers in oils, gas gasoline,
oline, gasoline, kerosene, lubricating, fuel oils,
etc., was taken up at a public meeting
of the finance and taxation committee
of the House tonight, with Chairman
Hunter in charge and several gentle
mendealers and consumers were
heard.
The main argument made by deal
ers in oil was that the tax proposed,
which it is estimated by them will net
about one-seventh of the state's in income,
come, income, is much too great a share of
the tax burden to be borne by an in industry
dustry industry which they claim does not do
more than one seventy-fifth of the
business of the state.
They denied reports that they were
in favor of the tax and most empha
tically made it plain that they do not
believe it is a proper tax in spite of
the fact that the bill proposes that
they shall pass it on to the consumer.
They objected to being placed in the
position of being a tax collector for
the state. One speaker made the
point that there is no assurance that
the money will go for roads, and fol-
owed this up with the statement that
about 65 per cent of the gasoline used
in the state is for automobiles, while
the rest is by motorboats, stationary
engines, etc., which would derive no
benefit from a road tax.
R. H. Anderson, of the legal de-
partment of the Florida East Coast
Railway, spoke as a representative of
a consumer, pointing out that a tax
on fuel oil penalizes this road, the
only one in the state which has adopt adopted
ed adopted this fuel, a course that has enabled
them to give better service to their
people and to operate with less dan
ger of fire and trouble from smoke.
W. W. Wright, Quincy, represent
ing the fullers' earth industry, also
spoke as a consumer. He told of the
immense consumption of fuel oil in
their plants saying 75 per cent of the
fulers' earth of the world is mined in
Florida and 85 per cent of that is se
cured in two plants in Gadsden conn
ty.
One of the oil men present urged
that the tax in this state would de deprive
prive deprive Jacksonville, Key West and
other ports supplying oil for bunker
ing purposes of that lucrative busi
ness as the boats would go to ports
in other states on account of the two-
cent charge.
The rates charged in the bill fol
low: Gasoline, .per gallon, one cent;
kerosene, per gallon, one-fourth cent;
signal oil, per gallon, one-fourth cent;
lubricating oil, per gallon, two cents;
crude and fuel oil, per gallon, two
cents.
MAYOR WANTS TO HAVE
A BATHING SUIT PARADE
Pensacola, May 10. This city Is
going to out-do the California sea
shore resorts some sunny Friday aft
ernoon in the near future if Mayor
Frank D. Sanders has his way. The
mayor, wno also is commissioner o
parks, is planning a bathing suit pa
rade to take place in Bayview Park.
Local merchants, those especially who
handle bathing suits, see in the pro
posal an opportunity to display nobby
models in an attractive manner and
have promised the mayor their hearty
co-operation in making the event
success.
BRITAIN HAS NOT
RECOGNIZED BOLSHEVIK I
London, May 10. There has been
no formal recognition of the soviet
government in Russia by Great Brit Britain
ain Britain and the situation regarding recog recognition
nition recognition has not changed since the con conclusion
clusion conclusion of the preliminary anglo anglo-Russian
Russian anglo-Russian trading agreement, the for foreign
eign foreign office announced today.

CALIFORNIA

5 1 Alt

10,1921
li II
BE ACCEPTED
Bochea Likely to Quit Cold When They
See the Glitter of the
Allied Bayonets
Associated Press)
Paris, May 10. News from Berlin
this morning led French officials to
expect Germany would accept all the
ultimatum conditions.
WIRTS WILL TRY
Berlin, May 10. Doctor Wirts, for formerly
merly formerly minister of finance in the cab cabinet
inet cabinet of Chancellor Fahrenbach. agreed
today to attempt to form a new cabi cabinet.
net. cabinet. MRS. CALLIE TEMPLE
There were many hearts saddened
this morning when news came from
Gainesville of the death of Mrs. Cal-
lie Temple, which occurred last night
in tht city at the home of Mrs. B. P.
Seville, Mrs. Temple, daughter.
For several months Mrs. Temple
had been in ill health, but she was a
most patient sufferer. Before"" Mrs.
Temple left for Gainesville to reside
she made her home in Ocala and has
scores of friends here who will learn
of her death with regret.
The funeral will take place this
afternoon in Gainesville, where inter interment
ment interment will be made. The Star join3
with Mrs. Temple's many friends here J
m extending deepest sympathy to the
bereaved relatives.
NO BOARD OF TRADE
MEETING THIS WEEK
There will be no meeting of the
Board of Trade Thursday night. The
secretary is leaving this afternoon for
Jacksonville to attend the convention
of the Southern Commercial Secre
taries' Association and will be gone
until Friday afternoon at least.
AUTO CLUB WILL MAINTAIN
INFORMATION BUREAU
IN STATE METROPOLIS
Orlando, May 9. Secretary J. Hai-
vey Whitney of the Florida State
Automobile Association, has been au authorized
thorized authorized by the executive committee
of the association to proceed with ar
rangements to install an information
bureau at Jacksonville, which it is
planned to open October 1st for the
purpose of distributing to tourists
pamphlets and various information of
hotels in Florida.
Hotels and commercial bodies will
be requested to furnish to the bureau
matter of interest, according to Mr.
Whitney, which will make the distri
bution without charge.
RED BLOOD SPILLED AT HOME
(Associated Press)
Rome, May 10 Seven persons were
killed and eleven injured in a fight be
tween nationalists and socialists near
Palermo, Sicily, Sunday.
THE CROP SITUATION
Gainesville, May 10. Dry weather
is checking the growth of crops over
a large section of the state, says the
bureau of crop estimates of the fed
eral department of agriculture in its
weekly review of crop conditions in
Florida for the week ending May 7.
The drought will cup production heav
ily on beans, cucumbers and other
truck crops, the review says. The
stand and condition of peanuts is pea peanuts
nuts peanuts is good, while the Spanish acre acreage
age acreage probably will be smaller than for
last year. Early prospects for pecans
are good.
The condition of com is generally
good despite the dry weather.
Harvesting of oats is being rushed
with favorable weather.
The chopping of cotton continues,
but the growth is very slow.
The bulk of the potato crop is har harvested.
vested. harvested. Generally low yields were re reported.
ported. reported. Planting of sweet potatoes is
waiting for rains except in small
areas.
Hay-in West Florida is reported in
good condition, but the crop has been
damaged by dry weather over the re remainder
mainder remainder of the state.
Insect damage is reported to the
tobacco crop and its condition is drop dropping
ping dropping slightly.
Dry weather is rapidly diminishing
!the condition of the citrus crop on the
Central Florida. -.
The condition of live stock, is re reported
ported reported as fair to good with no change
from the department's report of last
week.
Farm labor is doing satisfactory
work as a rule, according to the re review.
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POLES
E
Capture the Town of KoseL from
Which the Population is Flee Fleeing
ing Fleeing in a Panic
(Associated Press)
Oppeln, Upper Silesia, May 10.
Insurgent Polish forces have crossed
the Oder river and captured the town
of j Kosel after hard fighting. The
population is fleeing in panic. There
were numerous casualties at Krandrz
in the railway station when the Poles
drove out, the Germans after three
days of continuous fighting.
OIL MEN EXCITED
The oil men are up in arms against
Charlie Hunter's proposition adopted
by the House committee on finance
and taxation as a committee bill, to
tax dealers in gasoline and oils one
cent a gallon on the oil they sell. That
the funds will be converted into the
general fund and thence carried by
appropriation to the road fund is
Hunters' idea. He has secured the
advice of good lawyers and believes
the tax, levied as an occupation tax,
will stand the test where a tax on oil
direct would be knocked out as a tax
on interstate commerce.
BLACK BRINGS SUIT
TO RECOVER HIS CAR
(Associated Press)
Miami, May 10. The suit of Har Harry
ry Harry St Francis Black, New York cap capitalist,
italist, capitalist, to regain possession of his
private car seized by state authorities
at Cocoanut Grove after prohibition
agents had found 57 cases of liquor
aboard it is on the calendar of circuit
court which opened here today. The
car is valued at $100,000 and was
seized on the ground that it had been
used for the transportation of liquoi.
Although Black was acquitted of a
charge of having liquor in his pos possession
session possession unlawfully, a negro porter in
his employ admited his own guilt.
Judge O. K. Reeves of Bradentown,
is to preside, Judge Bra lining having
been disqualified to sit in the case.
Hunting Gazelles From Autos.
The speed of the gazelle has al always
ways always made it exceedingly difficult to
hunt them, but now it Is a common
thing to see 'gazelle hunters in auto automobiles
mobiles automobiles darting across the desert of
Morocco in chase of these speedy an animals.
imals. animals. The results of the hunt are
invariably greater than when horses
are used, because the animals become
tired out before overtaking the ga gazelles.
zelles. gazelles. Roquefort Cheese.
Roquefort cheese has been success successfully
fully successfully made In this country. Not con content
tent content with making It In this climate,
our scientists proved that goafs milk
was unnecessary. Cow's milk wffl
produce excellent cheese If It Is prop properly
erly properly ripened.
Had Warning Enough.
A West Norwood man who described
himself as a poet told the magistrate
that he had twice been knocked down
by a motorcyclist. Our opinion la that
he should have given up poetry when
he was knocked down the first time.
London Punch.
Whence -Stentorian."
A Greek herald with the forces be before
fore before Troy was blessed wlEa a very
powerful voice. In fact we are told
It was as loud as those of fifty other
men. The man's name was Stentor
and from his name we derive our mod modern
ern modern word stentorian.
Beauty's Advantage.
The best egg may not be Inside the
whitest shell, nor Is the best bargain
always to be found behind the most
showy front, but the woman with a
pretty face continues to Inspire confi
dence.
Natural Rssult.
"Some men are bashful when It
comes to meeting their obligations,'
remarks an exchange. This may be
because they are financially shy.
Boston Transcript.
Resigned.
It may be. as a scientist says, that
from a physical standpoint we are
much Inferior to prehistoric man ; still,
most of us would rather be Inferior
than prehistoric
Learn From Past Errors.
Mistakes of the past can never be
corrected. Errors of the future only
can be avoided. From the pest wt
should learn bow to live so that eur
lives can be free from needless regrets.
A Surprise.
A bey. after growing trp. Is always
greatly surprised to find that the mem members
bers members of a bran band don't play fsr
the fun of it it-Mistake
Mistake it-Mistake Can Be Overcome.
Don't worry over a mistake. Think
of the millions who have made mis mistakes
takes mistakes and have been successful.
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NO. 110
EX-SERVICE III
EOIIIG TO ORLAUDO
Should Get in Touch with Dr. C W.
Moremen or T. D. Lancaster Jr..
of Marion County Post
Marion county members, of the
American Legion who intend to go to
the state reunion in Orlando, May 16
and 17, by rail, can obtain the special
rate of one and one-half fare for the
roun dtrip by securing the necessary
certificates from Dr. C W. Moremen,
Ocala, commander of Marion County
Post No. 27. Most of the members
of the post going to Orlando intend to
join the motorcade leaving the arm armory
ory armory here at two o'clock Sunday aft afternoon,
ernoon, afternoon, May 15. All those who are
going in automobiles should get in
touch with T. D. Lancaster Jr.
The following bulletin has been is issued
sued issued by the convention committee of
the Orlando Memorial Post No. 19:
Immediately upon arrival in Or Orlando,
lando, Orlando, all service men must report to
reunion headquarters, chamber of
commerce building and register.
This is expecially important as no
hotel or other reservations can be ob obtained
tained obtained except through regular chan channels.
nels. channels. Also no one will be allowed to
participate in any of the entertain entertainment
ment entertainment features unless they have the
badge and consolidated ticket given
upon registration.
Delegates must also report to the
credentials committee at reunion
headquatrers, Monday 9 a. m., for ad admission
mission admission tickets to the convention.
Upon registration at headquarters
every visitor will be assigned accom accommodations
modations accommodations by the registration com committee.
mittee. committee. Single men will be taken care
of .in the tent city at the fair grounds.
Men with their wives will be assigned
rooms in hotels or in private resi
dence.
All accommodations must be paid
for at time of registration, except in
case of hotels, where settlement will
be made direct. The following rates
will apply:
Accommodations in tent city, $1 per
day; accommodations in private resi residences,
dences, residences, $1 per day; accommodations
in hotels, without bath, $1.50 to $2 per
day; accommodations in hotels, with
bath, $2 to $2.50 per day.
It is with regret that we find It
necessary to make any charge for the
tent accommodations, but as our ex expense
pense expense in obtaining the tents, cots and
blankets has been over $6000, we trust
that the nominal charge made will
meet with approval.
All restaurants and cafeterias in
Orlando have made extra provisions
for accommodating the crowds during
the reunion, but it is obvious that
they cannot expand sufficiently to
properly take care of everyone. For
this reason several churches and
other organizations have made ar arrangements
rangements arrangements to open lunch stands in
various places in the city. Also for
the benefit of those living in the tent
city and all who cannot be accommo
dated up town, a mess hall has been
established at the fair grounds where
good meals can be obtained at reason reasonable
able reasonable prices. It is hoped that as many
as possible will eat there to relieve
congestion up town.
And remember, if possible, let us
know beforehand so your reservations
can be arranged in advance.
No Return on Investment.
"Gntlciren.' snM the speaker, l
can't sit still without saying a word,
tnd so I rl. I will speak what lies
clow? to tvy heart. Everybody debates
(he future of the fountry. Buildings
Ire erected for i'-tltj. Everything
that Is done. hnlli, planted. Is simply
for the t--rent ,,f r'Ster1ty. Now what
(n bebveo' name las roterlty done
lor n?
Chairs of Historic Interest.
There is still kept In the museum at
Dorchester. England, the Judge's chair
vmrw KTihtnnfll artlrl used ttv
Jeffreys at the assize at which he tried
the Moamoutb rebels after Sedgemoor,
In 1683; and In Moreton-In-the-Harsh
may be seen the elaborately uphol
stered chair and footstool used by
Charles I at his trial. They arc kept
In a glass case.
Te Write WelL
For a man f write well there are
required three necessaries : to read the
best authors, observe the best speak speakers,
ers, speakers, and much exercise" of his owa
style. In style, to consider what ought
te be written, and after what manner
be must first think and excogitate his
matter, then choone his words and ex examine
amine examine the weight of either, then take
rare In placing and ranking both mat?
ter and words that the composition be
comely; and to do this with diligence
and often. Ben Jonson.
Chance for Graduates.
Advertisement In Chicago paper paper-Wanted,
Wanted, paper-Wanted, two fluent persons, we3
Warned in an branches of human a&J
superhuman knowledge, to answer the
questions of a little girl of three snd
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To this arid world so dried,
Thy moist influence is denied,
Oft I wonder where thou art,
Ocala's long-Tost sprinkling cart.

It was our opinion over thirty
years ago that Punta Gorda should be
a county seat, and now it has come

to pa?s

There is one thing harder to do
than to try to please everybody, and

that is to try to bring warring fac
tions together.
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Propaganda paper is printed only on
one side. We use the other side to

write editorials on. Now. you know

one reason why said eds. are so punk,

When Representative F. O. Miller

of Jacksonville said: "I have not been

able to find a large or strong senti sentiment
ment sentiment for capital removal," he reminds
one of the ostrich with its head in the

sand. The Times of this city recent-

y showed that fifty out of fifty-seven

papers in the state are demanding
removal. That was a count of about
half the papers in Florida. Mr. Miller

is urging the appropriation for im improving
proving improving the capitol building in Talla Tallahassee.
hassee. Tallahassee. It appears to an outsider that
this removal matter got under way
and out of control of Jacksonville be

fore that city was aware it was start

ing. Now, seeing no chance to get into

the lists, that city is going to devote

its strength to defeating the move

ment. Of course that is not tne way

the papers, or the representatives, of

Duval county will express it, but that

is what it amounts to. We challenge

Mr. Miller to leave it to a vote of the

people of this state whether they want

the capital removed to a more cen central
tral central location. If he is a fair repre representative
sentative representative of the people he will vote to

give them this chance to speak their

wilL Tampa Tribune.

We don't know what the people of

Jacksonville think about the., matter,

but the politicians of that city are
well pleased to have the capital in

Tallahassee. They have a pull up

there they couldn't have in Ocala, Or

lando or Palatka. In fact, we think
the selfish and corrupt crowd that has

so much power in Jacksonville would
rather have the capital in Tallahassee

than in their home town.

Tennessee mountaineers have made
an innovation bv lvnchine a white

man. The victim was said to be

"bad man," and we guess he got what

was coming to him.

Here's a wonderful discovery! Ocala
Star blazons forth with a headline,
like this: "Alabama Nearer than Ire

land." St. Petersburg Times.

Some people need to be reminded of

it.

The members of the Florida Com

mercial Secretaries' Association will
meet in convention in St. Augustine
June 6-7. Louis H. Chazal, secretary

of the Marion County Board of Trade,

is secretary-treasurer of this organi
zation.

The mob at Starke which lynched a

negro Sunday night had no justifica

tion for the act. The negro was in

the hands of the law, to.be given a
lair trial. Taking him from the jail

by force and lynching him, the mob

disgraced its community.

West Florida statesman, during the

debate at Tallahassee on capitol im

DTOvement threatened Peninsular

Florida with a dire fate. Said perver

sity of the peninsula would cause the
state ,to split. Peninsular Florida
could well afford to give West Florida

a million dollars if it would secede.

On Saturday the Marion County
Board of Trade wrote Representative

Nathan Mayo for a copy of the Over

htreet-Parrish reforestation bill. The
Board of Trade has been advised by
Mr. Mayo that this bill has been cut

to pieces and that the forestry com

mittee is now drawing another bil
to take its place.

We have heard of a book called
"Main Street," that seems to have

made some splash in literary waters

Some day we are goings to write, not

a book, but a column on Main street

Ocala. Right now, we could write

its name almost anywhere along it

with the point of a fence rail in the

dust. Where, oh where, is the

sprinkling cart?

Gen. W. B. Haldeman has present

ed Clarence Woods, field agent of the

Montverde Industrial School, $500

buy a Fordobile ,and other friends
added on to the fund and bought
Clarence a classy new coupe. We are

always glad to hear of anything good

happening to Friend Woods, who has
been a. faithful worker for Florida

ever since he crossed her border lin

The bill before the legislature
tax gasoline, kerosene and crude

is a pretty fair bill for the common,
ordinary people, who have to walk.

We are informed that represents

tives of the Standard Oil Compa

and a big railroad somewhatly more
or less connected with Standard Oil,
are at Tallahassee, fighting the bill.

They probably have the sinews of
war with them; take note of those
who vote against the bill.

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The Parent-Teacher Association of
the Oak Griner-Farm school held its
regular meeting at the school house
Thursday afternoon. May 5th. Each
rcom in the school contributed some

thing to the program. The first and
and second grades gave some memory

gems they had recently learned. The
third, fourth and fifth grades recited

several poems and one girl; Alice
Seiler, from the sixth, seventh and
eighth grade room, read an essay on
"What It Would Mean to Get Rid of

Flies in Oak." The high school had a
debate, "Resolved, That a Fly Cam Campaign
paign Campaign Should be Started in Oak." Ida

Luff man and Gertrude Collins repre represented
sented represented the affirmative and LeLand
Luffman and oDrothy Beam repre

sented the negative side.

Mr. Shealy, county superintendent,

Mr. Allen .Stevens, a member of the

county school board and Mr. Charles

Leitner were present that afternoon

and each spoke to the parents, teach

ers and boys and girls. They stressed

the value of an education and told
the boys and girls that they must
take advantage of every educational

opportunity and make the most of

their time in school. The speeches
were heard with pleasure and profit

and the school will be glad to have

them pay another visit soon.

There will be a business meeting of

this association and its friends Thurs

day afternoon, at 3:30 o'clock, May
19. Those interested please keep this

date in mind.

The society reporters are working

another poor adjective to death. It

is "interesting" as applied to chil

dren. "Mrs. Soandso and interesting
children" is a term we often see in the

sassiety" columns of our contempo

raries. All chiiaren are interesting.

If they are yours, because you like

them. If they are somebody else's,

because you don't like them. Forget

ting this and other superfluous adjec

tives would frreatly Hooverize the

typesetting.

Jazz is the evil spirit of music, ac

cording to Dr. Frank E. Morton,

chairman of the music industries com

mittee, in speaking at the opening of
the music trades convention in Chi

cago Monday. Dr. Mortin is an old

grouch. The young folks like jazz and
they haven't even thought of "the
evil spirit of music." It brightens
their eyes and lightens their heels;
let them have all they want of it, for
they will take it anyhow.

THE GOOD OLD DAYS ARE

FAST COMING BACK

But if the governor really means

that the Sunday laws are to be en enforced
forced enforced as long as they exist, there is
no doubt that he will give further at

tention to the situation. The governor
might decide that it is obnoxious to
have an official family which cannot

enforce law. Miami Metropolis.

Surely, sister, you don't want the

governor to try to override the ver

dict of a jury.

What has become of the city water-

wagon? Doesn't seem to us like it has

had riders enough to break it down.

ODD FELLOWS

Tulula Lodge No. 22, I. O. O. F.,

meets every Tuesday evening at 8

o'clock at the Odd Fellows hall in the

third story of the Gary block. A

warm welcome always extended to
visiting brothers.

T. C. Carter, N. G.
Frank G. Churchill, Secretary.

Rub-My-Tism cures sores. Adv.

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

ren always welcome. Lodge rooms
upstairs over Trolleys end the Book
Shop, 113 Main street.

A. A. Vandenbrock, E. R.
C. Y. Miller, Secretary.

666 cures Dengue Fever, Adv.

KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS

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

ceries if it wasn't for the U-SERVE

STORES.

LOOK! PRICES ARE GETTING

RIGHT.

Cloverbloom Butter, pound 42c

rull Cream Cheese, pound 25c
Granulated Sugar, pound 8c

Hill Crest California Apricots,

2Vz tins 22c

Hunt's California Peaches, halves

in heavy syrup, No. 24 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.

Tracing 6rtg!n of Billiards.
Billiards is believed by some t
have been brought from the east by
the Crusaders, while others claim an
English origin for it and find it allied
to the game of bowls. Still others v
sert that the French developed it from
an ancient German game. It seems
pretty certain that the first person to
give form and rule to the game was
an arti3t named Henrique Devigne,
who lived in the reign of Charles DC
One writer sees in billiards the an ancient
cient ancient game of paillemaiile played on
a table Instead of on the ground, and
this is a reasonable assumption.

What Is a Weed?.
According to Webster's International
dictionary there are two definitions of
a weed: 1. Wild growth in the nature
of rank grass, undergrowth, or the
like. 2. Any plant growing in culti cultivated
vated cultivated ground to the Injury of the
crop or desired vegetation, or to the
disfigurement of the place; an un unsightly,
sightly, unsightly, useless, or injurious plant. The
following note is added: A weed Is a
plant that is not wanted. There are,
therefore, no species of weeds, for a
plant that Is a weed in one place may
not be In another.

To Make Friend of Toad.
The toad Is not looked upon with
any great amount of favor by the aver average
age average person, and Is -generally thought
of as being "ugly," while the old boy boyhood
hood boyhood superstition that holds the lowly
hopfer as responsible for warts still
lingers in many adult minds. In real reality
ity reality the toad Is a peaceful, friendly
little creature that can be trained In
a very few minutes to be "pals' and
after a week or so can be made as
affectionate as a dog. They are cleaner
than any furred animal and are ex exceedingly
ceedingly exceedingly interesting as pets.

Mining Potash.
Potash in Germany occurs in the
form of a rock salt and runs in seams
of thirty feet or more In thickness.
As mined It has about the same con consistency
sistency consistency as the common rock salt of
commerce, and Its grinding Is easy.
The depths at wblch the true potash
deposits are situated make it neces necessary
sary necessary to sink shafts leading to levels
of as much as 5.000 feet below the
surface.

Proletariat
The proletariat In Russia Is used to
denote the lowest and poorest classes.
It is derived, through the French,
from the Latin proletaril, the name
given In the census of Servlus Tullius
to the lowest of the centuries, who
were so called to Indicate that they
were valuable to the state only as
rearers of offspring. The word has
come much into use in the literature
of socialism.

If It ia an aur matter -in ply crtatpoagt

trith Bogart'a Wonder Ant Poison sum
place it wher sat appear.
They eat Bogart'a
Wonder Ant Poison
quickly and carry it to thr-tr nests. In
a few hours you'll be abeo.'uteJy rid &f
theae peats.
Ask p-w Imzghl n 25
cent bottle 1 1 he can't tu 9 9-ply
ply 9-ply you v.:e u'ri co o.i

receipt of aO cer's.
The Bog-rt Comp r.y
Dayton Heat h Sea tl.'t..
Fla. Fla

Kerosene and Coal.
Kerosene contains more heating en energy
ergy energy than coal when considered on a
weight basis. A pound of kerosene
contains about 19,000 heat units,
whereas a pound of high-grade coal
contains about 15,000. The cust of the
various fuels for heating purposes de depends
pends depends largely upon the relative supply.

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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.

C. Cecil Bryant
PUBLIC ACCOUNTANT
Gary Block, Over 10c Store
PHONE 332X

PHONE 434
if you have any hauling
or trunks

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

A Flying Furnace.
The average meteor when first seen
Is about 80 miles above the surface
of the earth, and disappears from view
at SO miles. Thus, It travels 50 miles
before the atmospheric friction burns
it up. This friction, it is reckoned,
raises it to a temperature of something
like 3.000,000 degrees.

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Porch swings in plan mission finiih, 70 inches
long, holds S people comfortably, $11
36 inch porch swings with chain and fixtures $7
42 inch porch swings with chain and fixtures in
mission finish but with more strongly
braced arms $8.50
56 inch porch swings with chain and fixtures in
varnish finish with strongly braced arms $9.50

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. MacKay & Company

BASEBALL

THURSDAY, MAY 12.
University of Florida and Gainesville
vs.
OCALA
- FRIDAY, MAY 13
PALATKA vs. OCALA
At Ocala Baseball Park. Game called at 4 p. m.

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Substitute for Glass.
A new substitute for glass or for
lacquer has been invented in Germany.
It can be cut with shears or with a
knife and. when heated to more than
100 degrees Centigrade, it forms a
kneadable mass which resumes Its pre previous
vious previous hard state on cooling. It la
known as "cellon."

Two Jugular Veins.
There are two Jugular veins on each
side of the neck. The external jugular
veins are just beneath the akin and
convey the blood from the external
portions of the head and neck to the
heart, while the internal jugular reins
carry the blood from the lateral sinus
te the heart.

Vauj&s M

Blinded Goldfish.
The naturalist Ogneff kept goldfish
for three years in absolute darkness,
taking care to give them plenty of
room and plenty of food. The result
was total blindness ; even the rods and
cones of the retina disappeared.

Coconuts as Money.
Coconuts are the common farm of
exchange among the natives of the
Nlcobars. For instance, a box of
matches Is worth 20 coconuts, while
for needles the price is one coconut
each.

We are convinced that if Ocalans
will try our Danish pastry it will be become
come become as popular as our famous cin cinnamon
namon cinnamon rolls. Federal Bakery. 4-6t

WOODMEN OF THE WORLD

Ex-Gov. Gilchrist is kicking on an
order from the Punta Gorda city gov government
ernment government to cut down the mangroves
at the water's edge on his lots on the
bay. It seems that some of the beauty
doctors down there think the man mangroves
groves mangroves a blot on the landscape. The
Star begs to endorse the ex-governor's
protest. : If the mangroves are cut
away, the tides will at once begin to

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

666 cures Malarial FevervAdr.

Relieves
(Constipation

Amateur Farmer's Error.
One reason why a town man some sometimes
times sometimes falls at farming Is because he
thinks more of the picturesque woods
and rocks on his place than of the
ground that's suitable for corn.

The Opposite Perhaps.
"Hard work will kill no one," de declares
clares declares a literary editor. Most people,
of course, prefer an occupation with a
spice of danger about IL London
Punch.

1 mm mm .
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Don't take purgatives for Con Constipation
stipation Constipation they act harshly
they overstrain the delicate
membrane ana leave the
Bowels In a worse condition

than before. II

yon are
troubled
with Con Constipation.
stipation. Constipation. SIckHead SIckHead-ache.
ache. SIckHead-ache. Indigestion.

aeb. DIZZfnfK. Rl!lnncn.

Nervousness, or loss ol Appe-Ute-Oonf
hesllalo-Get a bottle
of CARTER'S LITTLE LIVER
FILLS take one alter each
vocal and one at bedtime. A
few days treatment will put
Stomach, Liver and Bowels in
normal condition.
Ceaalae ant sear sliaatarc
SauDna SaaHDse SsuUJ Fries

A I Ctas Rlnn a tka Tlfviasi

WW l W w M a ss
It has just about gotten so in this
country that when s "married woman
has candy It's a sign she bought It
herself. Pallas News.

CARTER'S
5 If IVER
J1 PILLS

Music
We cannot im-ine a complete edu education
cation education of man without music. Jean
Paul Rlchter.
She Wanted 'Em Specific.
Tlllle Clinger says the reason she
didn't last long as salesgirl at the jew jewelry
elry jewelry counter was because when a man
came in and said he wanted something
nice for his baby, she asked him If his
baby was a boy, girl or a chicken
Dallas News.

Congratulation cards are of almost
daily use. We have a splendid assort assortment
ment assortment on hand now. Court Pharmacy.
Phone 284. 6-3t

Our experienced mechanics
whose judgment we have
proved go over our used
cars thoroughly, and care carefully
fully carefully estimate their real
value.
And we are glad to win your
friendship by selling to you,
at that valuation.

AUTO SALES CO,
MACK TAYLOR
Phone 348 "OCALA, FLA.

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YHZZaXL RE At ESTATE

Improved and Unimproved City

' and Cocstry Property. oIIcr for a sbort iimt following Bargains:
HIGH CLASS RESIDENCE LOTS. Buy now and build when you like.

No. 170. Lot on Oklawaha Avenue, ioo ft. front by 122 ft. $ flOO

No. 131. Corner Lot on bouth hifth btreet, 100 It,
Ford's residence

front by 13O ft., near Mrs.

No. 143. Corner Lot on S. Eighth Street and Sanchez street, 68 ft. front by 122 ft.

IOOO

600

No. 159. Lot adjoining the above and due west, 68 ft. front by 244 ft. 600
N0.168 ......SOLD. 1
RENTING PROPERTY AT LOW PRICES

Small house on Broadway.... $400
Two renting bouses on lot 50x150 ft, both for 500
.SOLD ."'.VS.
Two' renting houses in Smith & Daugherty addition, both 600

Has Ocala started to build up? Drive over town and see for vour self what is being done and
. consult me as to what is in prospect BUY NOW
LET ME SHOW YOU the above bargains, and if YOU WANT A FARM or a SUB SUBURBAN
URBAN SUBURBAN TRACT I have them and it will be a pleasure to show you.
FRANK W. DITTO, 107 South' Main Street.

No. 92.
No. 123.
No. 107.
No. 118.

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THE GOOD OLD DAYS ARE
FAST COMING BACK

THE HEALING MISSION

Made from Choicest Grains
and Finest Hops

Your guests will greatly enjoy a
- bottle or so of delicious Ambrosia
serve it ice-coldwith or between meals
Order A Case Sent Home
Ambrosia is sold at Restaurants, Hotels, Clubs,
Fountains, Drug and Grocery Stores

We don't wait until we sell an Hem
! 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.
I THINK! You would be paying at

least ten per cent more for your gro

ceries if it wasn't for the U-SERVE
STORES.
LOOK! PRICES ARE GETTING
RIGHT.
Cloverbloom Butter, pound 42c
Full Cream Cheese, pound 25c
Granulated Sugar, pound 8c
Hill Crest California Apricots,
2 tins 22c
Hunt'3 California Peaches, halves
in heavy syrup, No. 2& tins.. 35c

i Hillsdale, Hawaiian Sliced Pine-
apple No. 2 tins .28s
i Two-pound tins Cottolene 35c
j Four-pound tins Cottolene 65c
! Eight-pound tins Cottolene $1.20
Get the habit. Lots of our patrons
I come in and lay in a week's supply.

They make a business proposition of

j their grocery buying. Wise folks,
j U-SERVE STORES
j Cash and Carry

i One east and one west of city square.

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ATTENTION, EIGHTH GRADE

Don't forget to have your diplomas
.framed at Roberts & Spencer's. 913t

Moses Grocery Company
Ocala, Florida
MADE AND BOTTLED ONLY BY
CENTRAL CONSUMERS CO., Louisville, Ky.
Incorporated

l If you smoke cigars why not get

wie uesfc ; asr. xor jareia ue urn xvc
at all dealers. 5-tf

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

The school exercises Monday morn morning
ing morning prevented some from attending
Mr. B landlord's lecture on the first
part of the Lord's Prayer, which is
the model prayer. Quite a number,
however, listened with rapt attention
to his beautiful interpretation of it.
The latter part will be the subject of
his next morning lecture. He said in
part: "What conceit to think that we
can improve the Lord's Prayer by
changing a single phrase of it. A
workman is known by his works; this
prayer contains the full ministry of
Jesus. There is no collection of ideas,
ancient or modern, containing such a
universal basis of argument as the
Lord's Prayer. Jesus reveals the
Father to us in all his loving tender tenderness
ness tenderness and watchful care, and that one
word Father carries it alL The
fatherhood of God carries with it the
brotherhood of man; not a single I or
me in the prayer. It is the recogni recognition
tion recognition of God as our Father. Ton cant
improve the Lord's Prayer any more

than you can improve Jesus." Again

he said, "You cannot look in one di

rection and walk in another. If you

do, sooner or later you will come to

grief. You. must right about face and

walk the way you look. It is a more

certain law than gravitation.

"Jesus plan was to conserve life

by the healing of the body. The faith
of the healing mission could be built

entirely upon the Lord's Prayer. The

basic idea is the recognition that in
God we move and live and have our

being. He ministers to our material

welfare as well as to our spiritual.
We pray for 'Thy kingdom come on
earth as it is in heaven. The king kingdom
dom kingdom of God is within you here on
earth. Our hope of heaven is that wc
will have no sorrow, no sickness, no

pain; therefore God wants us to have

some of heaven on this side of the
border, by getting healed of our dis diseases
eases diseases and freed from our afflictions.

If we do not succeed in obtaining it,
it is not God's will but our fault that
we have not realized or experienced

His will. Jesus is the point of con

tact between God and the human

mind; therefore think for yourselves,
dare to believe all things are possible
with God though the battle of life
seems against us. Fight on, be not
afraid our cause will be won.
Mr. Blandford suggested that each
prayer circle contain not more than
six or eight members and that eon-

genial persons form a circle. The

work will-he more efficient. The va
rious circles will meet at the appoint appointed
ed appointed time in the respective homes and
at intervals all circles will meet in

the church.

Mr. Blandford gave the miracle of

the woman of Canaan, whose daugh

ter was grievously vexed with a deviL

At first Jesus answered her not a

word and his disciples asked him to
send her away. But." he answered and
said, "I am not sent but unto the lost
sheep of the house of IsraeL" The
woman's persistent cry for help, her
deep humility and great faith over overcame
came overcame all obstacles. Jesus answered

her and said: "Great is thy inith, .he

it unto thee as thou wilt."

Reporter.

COMMENCEMENT EXERCISES

OF THE GRAMMAR SCHOOL

and
the blend
catft.
be copied!

Air-Tight Tins of SO
Ask your dealer to show you the new
rcuum-saei fins of 50 Chesterfield.
A compact, convenient and absolutely
AIR-TIGHT packing the cigaretf
keep fresh indefinitely.

You know
what you've
I always wanted I
a cigarette to do. D
Chesterfields I
j do it.
They not only
please your taste
I (other cigarettes I
I do that) but they II
II do more. I!
I They give tt
I to your smoking I
l an enjoyment 1
I so complete I
so full 1
i so entirely different
that there's only jj
II one way fmff
II to escr5e i n

Liggett at Myers Tobacco Co.

The grammar school commence

ment exercises which began Tuesday

morning at 10 o'clock in the Temple
theater drew a house filled to capa

city. Every one knew that this enter entertainment
tainment entertainment would be most enjoyable and

there was not the least bit of disappointment.

Several times during the past year

the public has had the pleasure of

hearing the pupils of the eighth

grade in difference performances and
their marked cleverness has received
much favorable comment. They have

made great progress and deserve all
expressed commendation, but special
praise should be accorde their teach teachers,
ers, teachers, Mrs. Todd and Mrs. Wesson, who
have been untiring in their efforts to
make this the best year in the history
of the grammar school. There were
29 pupils in the grade and three con conditional
ditional conditional ones who made up subjects,
graduating yesterday from the gram grammar
mar grammar school to the high school.
The exercises opened with an at attractive
tractive attractive grand march by all the grad graduates,
uates, graduates, each wearing a bow of purple
and white ribbon, the class colors.
The march was led by Ted Drake, en entering
tering entering from the sitting room of the
theater and marking through the

aisles to the stage.
Professor Hensley opened the ex exercises
ercises exercises with a few appropriate and
fitting remarks and the following
program was then rendered.
Chorus by graduates.
Piano solo by Leonora Toffaletti.
Piano duet by Theresa Condrey and
Gertrude Mayo.
English folk dance.
Piano duet by Louie Smoak and
Mamie Hogan.
Vocal solo by Ruth Collins.

Selection by mandolin club.
Addresses by Mrs. L. W. Duval, Mr.

H. G. Shealy and Mr. W. T.Tlary.

Awarding of certificates by Mrs. L.

W. Duval.

The stage was attractively dec

orated with palms and flowers and
playing the accompaniments for the

songs and mandolin selections was
Webster Gillen, one of the grade's
popular and bright boys.

Besides the principal and class on

the stage were the teachers, Mrs.
Todd and Mrs. Wesson, the musical
director, Mrs. Cole, Mrs. L. W. Duval,

member of the sub-school board, Mr.

H. G. Shealy, county superintendent,!
and Mr. W. T. Gary, chairman of the

county school board. The address of

Mrs. Duval was a gem. Splendid

talke were also made by Messrs. Gary

and Shealy.

As an appreciation of the benefit

this class has received in music, they

presented their director, Mrs. Cole
with a handsome gift. Special men

tion should be made of the work of
Mrs. Hensley in instructing the man mandolin
dolin mandolin club.

Just before the certificates were

awarded, Prof. Hensley discussed

briefly the good that can be derived

from the mid-term summer school

which will last for a month, at the
high school, to make up deficiencies
by the different pupils. Prof. Hensley

also announced that the mid-term pro

motion pan will go into effect next

year. This plan has been in opera

tion for many years in many larger
towns and has proven most beneficial.

I Bertram Ibbetson & Co.,

Chartered Accountants
of Atlanta, Georgia,
Will open on office in the Commercial Beak BdlUng
of OcalaFlorida, effectice July 1st, 1S21, for the
practice of Accounting, Systematizing, Income Tax
Consultation end Preparation of Returns.

8

ATLANTA OFFICE
250 PEACHTREE STREET

fly
b5

You'll Enjoy One
of our cool refreshing ice cream sodas
without a word of doubt. They are
delicious. Sometime in your life yon
have tasted that rich, creamy velvet velvetlike
like velvetlike liquid that smocthly slides down
-your throat. Well that is the kind of
ice cream soda you get here.
THE VOGUE

I

666 cures a Cold quickly Adv.

CLUB PARTY AT BELLEVTEW

Belleview, May 9. The last club

party of the season was given Mem
day night by Mrs. George C. Grun

thai in honor of Mrs. Virginia Wilkin

son of Bingham ton, N. and Mrs.

Stuart Armstrong of Brookline, Mass

The flower decorations were in pink
and white with trailing southern smi smi-lax.
lax. smi-lax. Continuous music and delicious

punch served throughout the evening

added to the pleasure of the guests

Six tables were occupied by the merry

I r tViprintr anrf o f tha rnrrlnninn of

the games award of prizes was fol followed
lowed followed by a delightful lunch. Mrs.
Grunthal's parties have been a bril

liant addition to the social colony of
Belleview and her return in mid

winter is always eagerly awaited by

the earlier arrivals.

Porcupine No Mean Fee.
Dogs have to be eU used to the
work of hunting porcupines or they
have no chance. A porcupine win stop
nddenly in fun flight and as It were,
Instantaneously reverse engines, and
came charging full backwards. The
teat dog I ever had, a bull terrier, was
kmed by this trick. He was absolute absolutely
ly absolutely without fear and simply threw hlm hlm-mif
mif hlm-mif upon the advancing avalanche of
tplxes, and was In consequence spear speared
ed speared right through the heart. I can as as-fcure
fcure as-fcure you bunting porcupines Is not at
sH a sport to be despised. Exchanga
Eab-My-TSsm for Bheumatism.

Cash and Carry Meat Market
CRAWFORD PASTEUR, Prop..
Located in the CRESCENT GR OCERY C0.'s Stor
We handle all fed Beef, the very best Veal and
Pork Cheap. Pay for your meat and not your
neighbor's who does not pay for his.

FED FLORIDA STEERS

Round Steak 30c
Other. Steaks .24
Brisket Stew 1712e
Hamburger 23

Loin Steaks 30c
Good Boast 24c
Rib and Flank 15
Liver 24

FINE PORK

Pork Chops 25
Pork Stew 20c

Pork Hams 2c
Pork Livers ." 25c

BEST OF VEAL
Veal Chops 38e Veal Roast
Veal Stews 20c Veal Liver

.33c
.25

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

WESTERN LAMB

Lamb Chops

Lamb Ribs

,50c

35c

Lamb Leg.
Lamb Flank

.40c
.20

,,.-40c
.-25c

We ask you for your patronage and
Thank You in advance.

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

ROBERT M MEYER
Manager.

J. E. KAVANAUGH
" Proprietor.

rPSnotabitoftroubleto
have plenty of good things
to eat on hand all the time,
when you use Calumet Bak Baking
ing Baking Powder.
Mix up a batch of biscuits
or the finest kind of cake -if
s all the same. There is
never but one result the
sweetest and most palatable
of f oodi
There b not aa much worry
over baking costs either.
Because Calumet costs less when
you buy it the price is moderate.

I mm m

i i

till

guyj;irya.Li-co

DA CXBCnIG

It costs you less whenyou use
it because you don't use as
much of it it has more than
the ordinary leavening strength.
You get more out of the flour,
sugar, eggs, shortening, etc, because
there are no failures no waste.
Received highest awards
World's Pure Food Exposition, Chi Chicago,
cago, Chicago, Paris Exposition, Paris, France.
The largest seEingbrandia theworid.
Mix plain fiour with pure baking
powder instead of using pneertaia
mixtures. Then you will know your
bkiBfC"r vnr and boknrr. PUia
floor cnwot P fqltTtL

fUcipe

4 cups of pastry
floor, 3 level tea
spoons Calumet
Baking Powdct
Vz teaspoon ct
salt, 1 cup d
sugar, 2 eggs,
beaten together
2 tablespoons c
melted butter,
1 CUp of ttilM
Then mixta
theregsSar wsy



OCALA EVENING STAJR.- 7XXSDAX MAT 10, 1921 --."V

J. H. SPENCER

AGENCY

W. R.PEDRICK
All Buick Cars Equipped With.
Cord Tires aDd Alemite
r Oiling Systerr
We Make a Specialty r Parts
. for the Buick and the Prices are
Consistent with the Cost of Same ;
GOODYEAR and U.S. TIRES
and TUBES

Full line of
AUTO ACCESSORIES

Exclusive Agents (or
: HfESTA" BATTERY
1 8 MONTHS GUARANTKE
An Up-to-Date
Battery Service Station
We maintain an up-to-Jate
garage with expert workmen, at
all times, assuring prompt and
efficient service.

CALA OCCURRENCES

If you have any society items for

the Star, please call five-one.

BE A FCvE BUILDING

Mr. M. W. Lloyd is a business visi

tor in Tampa.

666 cures Chills and Fever, Adv.

Dr. H. F. Watt returned this aft

ernoon from a short business trip to

Jacksonville.

Mark Temple's new restaurant at
the union station is rapidly nearmg
completion. It is going to be a fine fine-looking
looking fine-looking building, to satisfy the eye
as well as the appetite. It stands by

the Seaboard track, directly in line

with the outlet of Main street into

the station plaza." When it is up,
finished inside and out and fitted with
all modern conveniences, it will be
cne of the town's "improvements that
will show to best advantage to both
residents and visitors.

Our Bathing Cap3 are pretty and

fresh stock. Gerig's

tf

." Nice destroys the odor of perspira

tion, 2o cents at Ceng's Drug tSore. tf I larable. All

. j Drug Store.
Mrs. F. B. Hester of "Evinston and

Mrs. Otis Hester of Williston were J Mrs. George Taylor is entertaining
well known shoppers' in town yester-ja girlhood friend, Mrs. J. A. Larson

day. tend daughter-in-law, Mrs. Charles

Larson of St. Petersburg. These Ja

Garcia de Oro, that mild Havana

filler cigar 10c at all dealers. 5-tf

GASOLINE, OILS and GREASE

SPENCER-PEDRICK MOTOR CO.

PHONE 271

j Ocala

Florida

dies are delegates to the Me

Mrs. C. G. Rose and little son

leave Thursday for Chicago, where

they will spend two months with rel

thodist

Episcopal conference which convened
here today.

BREAD PRICE REDUCED

Beginning today the Carter Bakery

announces a reduction, in the prices

on bread, which will he most interest

ing to everybody.

Prices are dropping on groceries,

dry goods, tires, bread now, next!

GOING AFTER MORE
.IMPROVED STOCK

Bee-Hunting Profitable Business.
In the swamps of Florida th hunt hunting
ing hunting of "bee trees" Is a profitable busi business.
ness. business. Record of wild honey deposits
of more than 300 pounds In hollow
trees has been noted. The trees are
located by hunters who follow the
flight of the bees. It requires keen
eyesight and a compass.

atives.

Bread prices reduced at Carter's
Bakery: 10c. loaves now 9c; 15c.
loaves 14c. 10-6t

We have just received a new and at-

gram pencils, which are being sold
most reasonably. The. Court Pharm Pharmacy.
acy. Pharmacy. Phone 2S4. 6-3t

r f

aw

AND

SSmpSTORAGE

WHITE STAR LINE
Negotiable Storage Receipt Issued on Cotton, Automobiles, Etc.

LONG DISTANCE MOVING

1 1

MOV5S, PACK, SHIP

LIVE STOCK,
PIANOS, BAGGAGE,
MACHINERY,

URNITURE, ETC.

Phone 296

The ladies of the Presbyterian

church today served an excellent din-,

ner to the regular weekly meeting of

the Rotarians.

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

Mrs. A. M. Withers has leased for
several months the lower apartment
of Mrs. E. Van Hood's home on Fort

King avenue. She took possession of

same yesterday. Mrs. Rex Todd will

make her home with her daughter

and granddaughter while they are in

the city.

, On Recipe for Success
All a man has to do to make a real
success In life Is to spend 25 or SO
years learning to do some simple thing
better than anybody else can do It,

and then 25 or 30 years doing It every
day, so as to glT people a chance to
find out about It. Ohio State Journal.

Messrs. Chas. S. Painter and Farker
Painter, who already have a large
number of fine milch cows at their
place on the Gainesville road, are
going to Zellwood to try to obtain
some accessions to their herd from a
stock farm at that place. The Painters

have a, "first-class dairy farm, and
cant supply jail the milk they have
demand 'for, so they are going to try
to increase their number of cows.

UNCLASSIFIED
ADVERTISBILNTS
V ANTED, LOST. FOUND. FOR
SALE. FOR RENT AND SIM SIMILAR
ILAR SIMILAR LOCAL NEEDS

Rates: Six lines, maximum, one tine,
25c; three times, 50c; six times, 75c;
one month, S3. Payable in advance.

BOARDERS WANTED At 704 N.
Magnolia street; $8 per week. Mrs.
J. II Stilley. 2-9t

, Only True Reform.
The only reform that really reforms
Is the reform that comes from the
heart of the Individual. Not all the

king's laws nor all the king's statutes

Area of a Triangle.
Where the altitude and base of a
triangle Is known, the area of the tri

angle Is found by multiplying or-helf

of the bae by the altitude, wnere i;.c

lengths of the three sides of the tri triangle
angle triangle are known, the area of the tri

angle can be found by the following J

rule: From half the sum of the three
sides subtract each side separately.
Multiply together continually the half
sum and the three remainders and
extract the square root of the prod product
uct product which will be the area of the tri triangle.

WANTED An experienced business
woman wishes position for summer
or longer; typewriting, cashier or

bookkeeping. Address, Miss B, care
Star. 9-6t

' These Nettles Deal Death.
Any species of nettles Is unpleasant
enough to handle roushlv. but some of

can reform an evil commftnlty. Duke the foreig ones are most formidable

de Boulogne.

Rare Specimen.
There was once a woman whe never
spoke a cross word to her husband.
She's dead. And we know a man who
claims he never said an unkind word
to his wife. He's a liar. Philadelphia
Inquirer.

FOR SALE OR RENT Furnished,
attrs:!ve 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 SALE Settings pure bred
White Leghorn eggs, Ferris strain,
$1.50 delivered. MrsC A. II. Church,
Route A. 613t

Mrs. J. H. Dampier will arrive in
the city Friday to spend a while with
her daughter, Mrs. Essie Harris on

Fort King avenue.

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

the Court Pharmacy. C-3t

Should Cultivate That, Tee.
So many singers want to run before

they can walk, says a critic. With
some singers whom we have beard the
ability to dodge as well as run would
be an advantage. London Punch.

rl.nt. Car.r. t jv? t Via P" ct Tnii a n

?7Z7" Z rZr FOR SALE-One seven-room, two six-

Avaauai ate vaj u..va. vvto v t
. I MAAit n,l ua.rftAm hnntnlnW

the first Itching sensation nas passed j

ALL ISAKUAlftS. Uwn your own
home and improvements and save
raised rents and having to move.
One cottage six rooms to rent May
16th. See L. M. Murray, Room 5,
Holder block, Ocala. 5-6t

away it is" often followed by that of
hot Irons being rubbed on the flesh,
and the pain Increases to such an ex extent
tent extent that after hours and sometimes
days the patient is seized with symp symptoms
toms symptoms like those following influenza and
lockjaw, while sometimes death results.

A new one by Robert W. Service,

Ballads of a Bohemian, at THE BOOK
SHOP. 10-3t

Mr. and Mrs. Albert Gerig left this

morning for Jacksonville to attend

the concert to be given this evening
by Geraldine Farrar.

WE HAVE THE TIRE YOU WANT
WHEN YOU WANT IT
"SERVICE" Our Motto
UNITED STATES TIRES "HOOD TIRES
v ACCESSORIES
SINCLAIR MOTOR OILS
CARS WASHED AND POLISHED

Dazira Face Powder is satisfying,

and the odor i3 dainty. Ask to see it
st Gerig's .Drug Store. tf

Mr. C. T. Scott of Deerfield is a

visitor in the city for a couple of

weeks at the home of his daughter,

Mrs. D. W. Tompkins.

666 cures Biliousness Adv.

56

KUMBAK SERVICE STATION

niiMi?:itfMuuuuunj

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
let's talk it over.

Friends of Mr. N. A. Russell of this

Jcity will learn with much interest of

the compliment that was bestowed

upon him at the meeting of the Chris Christian
tian Christian Endeavor convention that was

held in Gainesville last Friday. He

was elected vice president of this

association.

Much in Little.
A baby will make love stronger.

days shorter, night longer, bank roll
smaller, home happier, clothes shab shabbier,
bier, shabbier, the past forgotten and the future

worth living for. Office Topics.

Miss Beulah Hall arrived in the city

this afternoon for a '-several weeks'

visit at the home of her aunt, Mrs.

lamie Hall. Miss Hall was formerly

cne of Ocala's popular and beloved

oung ladies and her many friends

are delighted to-have her back again

after a long absence.

For all kinds of plain and

sewing, phone 354.

Prescriptions correctly filled and

promptly delivered. Call 435, G. C.
Greene. 2-tf

Mrs. Susie Parson of Romeo was

married to Mr. James C. Schilling of
Hampton, in the county judge's office

Mondaj-. Judge Futch officiated.

W. K. Lane, M. D, physician and

furgeon, specialist eye, ear, nose and
throat Office over 5 and 19 cent store

Ocala, Fla. Adv. tf

In the county judge's office Mon

day, Judge Futch officiating. Miss

Oneida F. Hendricks and Mr. Edwin

M. Brengle of Tampa, were united hi

marriage.

Why pay more? Coca-cola 6 cents

at the Vogue. Phones 580-558. 23-tf

The Outline of History by H. G

Wells at THE BOOK SHOP. 3t

Miss Irene Tompkins and cousin,
Miss Eunice O'dell of Micanopy are

enjoying a visit at Tampa and before

returning home will visit at Plant

City and Clearwater.

Danish pastry is something new iM

Ocala and is made exclusively by the

Federal Bakery. Try it. 4-6t

Star Publishing Company.

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Our Specialty Is

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We Knock the Spots
Out of Things.

MAZ0N & CO.
Between Ten Cent Store and Gerig'i
Drug Store

Ladies' and Men's Garments

Cleaned and Dyed in a Superior
Manner
Send us your garments and have
them CLEANED CLEAN. We call

for and deliver work promptly.

La-Donde Cleaning Co.
Over Jirash Grocery Co.
HARRY A. STEIN, Prop.
PHONE 525

jiiss jenerson uen ox Miami is a
visitor to the city. Friends of Miss
Bell are hoping that she will at an

early date return to Ocala, her for

mer home, to again reside.

Youll be a regular customer for
Danish pastry if you try it once. The

Federal Bakery. 4-6t

Th?s is a Stubaker year.

If

The Writer and the Reader.
Care should be taken, not that th

reader may understand if he will, but
that he must understand, whether b

will or not. QulnrlUan.

Trivial Accident Brings Disaster.
The gypsy moth has caused a great
deal of trouble in this country, and
much money end energy have, been
spent tn the effort to exterminate It.
The trouble started when a French
naturalist named Trouvelot, residing
In tha tnvrn rt M1dpn Mass. left a

paper box containing gypsy moth eggs I
on a window ledge and it blew off.
That was in the early eighties, and A

he was making experiments with va various
rious various kinds of caterpillars as silk
spinners.

MR. ADVERTISER When you want
to buy, sell or exchange in Tampa
territory, USE 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

tising rates on request. We wei-

6-6t

come inquiries.

GREAT BARGAIN Typewriter
for sale. CarK be" seen at J. Chas.
Smith's jewelry store. 6-tf

Word to Be Avoided.
It Is not a lucky word, this Impos

sible.? No good comes of those that
have It so often la their mouths.
Carlyle.

fancy

6-6t

Mr. W. K. Zewadski is wreathed in

smiles today, and the cause of his

happiness -will be of interest to the

many friends of the Zewadski family

here. A telegram from Mr. Zewadski's

youngest son, Mr. Olaf Zewadski of
Miami, announces the arrival at their

home this morning of a baby girl.

In honor of Mr. Zewadski's mother, P
.... .-

they have named thi3 young lady for

her, Amanda Barco Zewadski. Friends

extend congratulations.

We are now receiving a supply of

NEW BOOKS everv week. THE

BOOK SHOP. 10-3t

Motoring to Gainesville with Mrs.

W. T. Gary yesterday to attend the
reciprocity meeting of the Twentieth

Century Club were Mrs. E. T. Hel-

venston, Mrs. Walter Hood and Mrs.!

George Martin. A very interesting

and enjoyable day was spent. On the

afternoon program Mrs. Gary, state

vice president for section four, gave

a most interesting talk, which was

followed by good speeches by Mrs.

Whitman, Mrs. O'Neal and Mrs. J. W.

McCollum, state president. Mrs. Wal-j
ter Hood also made an interesting
talk as a representative of the Ocala
Woman's Club. At noon a two-course

lunch was enjoyed in the club room.

QUALITY
CLEANLINESS
TRY OUR
PROMPT SERVICE

Everything to Eat
PRICES RIGHT

243

Cook's
Market and
Grocery

PHONE 243 8

: t : t : : i : i : 1 1 : : :

1 1. T. &M 1

Mr. B. D. Churchill of Clearwater
returned to his home yesterday aft afternoon
ernoon afternoon after a pleasant week-end
visit in the city, the guest of his
brother, Mr. Frank Churchill.

Standard drugs
promptly delivered.
C. Greene.

and specialties,
Phone 435. G.
2-tf

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

find operated by 100 Americans, tf

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

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

Mr. Lawton Smith, for some months
residing in Jacksonville, is again vis visiting
iting visiting his old home in 1 Ocala. Mrs.
Smith is visiting relatives in Lake
City and will soon join her husband
in Ocala for a visit.

The following were among the Mon

day visitors to the city: Mrs. W. F.
Franks Romeo. Mrs. L. Roberts
Sparr, Mrs. E. C. Albertson South

Lake Weir, Mrs. A. K. Wallis Weirs Weirs-dale,
dale, Weirs-dale, Mr. M. E. Thompson Tampa,
Miss Martha Powell Conner, Miss
Reola Waterman Burbank, Mrs. E. 1.
Newton Oklawaha, Dr. and Mrs. T. K.

Slaughter and children Oxford, Mrs.

C. F. Parvin and Miss Ruth Note-

stein Bradentown, Miss Virginia He- ?t

ner Gainesville, Miss Doris Temple
Sanford, Miss Mary Moriey Mount
Dora, Mrs. Grant Cowles and Miss
Bessie Crane Mount Dora, Mrs.vJohn
Gunter and children Kendrick, Miss

Helen E. Riles Oak, Mrs. M. E. Al

bertson Weirsdale, and Miss Vivian

Douglas, Shady.

Fire
Insurance
Ocala, Florida

SASH

DOOR

Buy a BOOK A WEEK AT THE

BOOK SHOP. 10-3t

The friends of Mrs. M. W. Lloyd

will be pleased to know of her im

provement and in a few days she ex expects
pects expects to be able to leave the hospital,
where she has been a patient for the

past ten days or two weeks.

-Pasiir; Suck.-

No nz !-. ,ts rtnv human being

quite o much a i:'-etlng every single
obligation, rpsl or inr-lfed. that he
ever amr.fs. The pre-nt-day habit,
known in s'.r.t.z as "pasInS the buck,
Is kjk-r;ti:T t!i?"!; inN of men from suc success.
cess. success. V.'l atevr y.u mer hare agreed
to do. ir-n if i' -ns nutvie or nn nn-reasonn!!
reasonn!! nn-reasonn!! after r1 Is the thing that
must be !i.n f all ut. To accept
the full measure of nIas duties and
responsibilities enigmatically fits yon
for greater dtiti and responsibilities
tomorrow. V;!:iaui Whitman tn
American Magazine.

Dr. and Mrs. IL A. Reaves of Jack Jacksonville
sonville Jacksonville accompanied by Mrs. C Fred
Redding of Inverness were visitors in
town today. Dr. and Mrs. Reaver,
who are former residents of Inver Inver-ness,
ness, Inver-ness, are now on a visit to friends
there.

This is a Studehaker year. tf

Safety Pins Long In Use
Safety pins can be traced back to
the Flffet-Ptb century B. CL, when puM
were made of bone and bent over,
shaped like the modern safety pins.
Many of them have been found tn
graves of that period. Since then the
safety plnhas passed throuffb many
changes aod been made of various
metals. An average of 1,0000) gross
f safety pins are now manufactured
yearly.

Geo. Hay H Co.
Ocala. Fla.
HARDWARE
HIGH GRADE PAINT

NEEDHAT.1 MOTOR CO.

General Auto Repairing

and Storage
Gasoline, Oils and Grease
USED CARS FOR SALE

Cars Washed $L00
Cars Polished .50

Oklawaha Ave. &. Orange S
Phone 252

Early Savings Banks. j

The first savings bank In America j
was opened In liostou 104 years ago, j
December 13. 1816. In the same year j
an institution called the Philadelphia;

Savings Fund society was established.
The third Institution of this kind In

America was founded In New York

In 1819. The first regular savings

bank was established in Hamburg in

1778 and the second at Berne, Switzerl

and, In 1787. The oldest savings

bank in the world Is In Zurich, Switzer

land, and Is now In its one hundred

and seventeenth year. The first regu regular
lar regular savings bank In Great Britain was

opened in Edinburgh 107 years ago.

WANTED Young lady wishes to lo

cate in Ocala; can begin work im immediately.
mediately. immediately. Experienced in law work,
electrical and wholesale grocery
business. WU1 do filing, typing and
gene it. I oHice work. References. Ad Address,
dress, Address, "Stenographer," care Ocala
Star. 7-6t
AUTOMOBILE FOR SALE Six Six-cylinder
cylinder Six-cylinder Preston 1920 model; five
cord tires. Car in first class condi condi-tion.
tion. condi-tion. Will acacept Preston motor
stock in payment- Price one thou thousand
sand thousand dollars. A. A. Babcock. 7-3t

The Happy Man.

IFOR SALE OR RENT Home at No.

22 Sanchez street. Apply Rogers Rogers-Wlson
Wlson Rogers-Wlson Realty Company for further
particulars. 9-tf

That man is always happy who Is In

the presence of something which he

cannot know to the full, which he la ,.
always going on to know. This Is the LOST Tan leather travehng bag on

necessary condition or a unite creature

with divinely rooted and divinely di directed
rected directed Intelligence; thus, therefore. Its
happy state but observe, a state, not

of triumph of Joy in what It knows.

but of Joy rather In the continual dis

covery of new Ignorance, continual

self-abasement, continual astonish astonishment
ment astonishment Buskin.

Dunnellon-Shady road Sunday. Con

tained lady's and child's clthinj,
lady's hand bag and jewelry. Re Reward
ward Reward to finder by returning to Star
office or Ocala Gas Co. 9-3t

FOR SALE Four mules; good bar bargain.
gain. bargain. Ocala Manufacturing Com Company,
pany, Company, phone 34. 9-6t

Burmaa Fond of Flowers.
Who would suspect that In the
tropics. In run-drenched Burma Itself,

there are acres of gardens given over i

to nothing else but the cultivation of

roses I All through the hot weather,
In Lower Burma, they flourish; not
tin fiie rains break are they beaten to
rth and almost washed away. The

Burmese are very fond of flowers ; no j

Burmese house is without them; they

are lavished on tne pagoaas, ana

women decorate their hair with them.

Before the Speech.
Some orators start with a rush, oth others
ers others begin quite slowly. A speaker we
know has the habit of striding medi meditatively
tatively meditatively across the stage once or twice
before he begins his address. On one
occasion we heard a lively young fel-

lew In front of us whisper to his girl

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

LOST Near dormitory last week,
four shirt3 from family wash. If
found please return to Star o'ffice.
Suitable reward. 10-3t
ORDER OF EASTERN STAR

with reference to the peripatetic gen- Mmt. f fl n.rnrV

on the platform: -That. I

Ocala Chapter No. 23, O. E. &
meets at the Masonic ball the second

fcnd fourth Thursday evenings of each

tleman

suppose. Is
Transcript.

his preamble." Boston

Good Manner Make for Comfort.
Good manners are mainly system In
society. In a large sense the whole
human race la society. We count it
good practice to keep to the right, and
those who keep to the left are guilty
of bad manners as well as bad
practice. Good manners Is good sys system
tem system In behavior. System is always
labor saving, and we need to look to
oar manners In this modern day for
that reason.

Absolutely Not Guilty.
Little Billy bad been sent to his
aunfs on an errand and told to re return
turn return Immediately. Billy remained one
hour. On his return his mother said:
-Billy, what la your object In staying
al auntie's when I told yon to come
right backf Billy replied: "Object,
what do yon mean object, why, I never
even took it with me. I left It home
In my tool box."

Mrs. Rosalie Condon, W. M.

Mrs. Susan Cook, Secretary.

Rub-My-Tisri kills paiiu Adv.
MARION. DUNN 5IASONIC LODGE

Mai ion-Dunn IxxJge No. 19, F. & A.
hi., merts on the first and third
IhuTsday evenings of each month at
70 o'clock until further notice.
J. R. Dey. W. M.
B. L. Adams. Secretary.

Rub-My-Tism kills infection Adv.

.Zi -A.

Yon have often thought

would nave your

eyes examined "some

?-sff day-" Why delay longer.

DR. K. J. WEIHE,
, Optometrist and Optician
Eyesight Specialist

Bird Film Artist.
New York has a bird which has

started on a successful film screen l :&s pm

career. He Is a cockatoo called Cocoa.
His beautiful white feathers attracted
the attention of the director of a
large film company, and now be has
a Job appearing In all scenery where
birds are needed. He gets a good
salaxy.
Lacked Faith In Woman Chauffeur.
A small boy who often goes riding
tn a motorcar Is a great believer In
prayer. The other day the car got
stuck, and Bobble prayed: "Oh, Lord,
plaase help us out; there la only s
woman chauffeur presenJ."-7Cappera
Put Her en the Ball Team.
From a novel : "With a sudden fren

tied motion ef her hands she caughi

RAILROAD SCHEDULES
Arrival and departure of passenger
trains at OCALA UNION STATION.
The following schedule figures pub published
lished published as information and not guar guaranteed.
anteed. guaranteed. (Eastern Standard Time)
SEABOARD A IK LINE RAILROAD
Leave Arrive
2:20 am Jacksonville-N'YoTk 2:10 am

Jacksonville l:o0pm

4:17 pm Jacksonville 3:50 pra

2:15 am Tampa-

Manatee-St Fctrsbrg 4:05 pm
2:55 am NTork-St. Petrsbrg 1 :25 am
2:15 am Tampa 2:15 ara
1:50 pm Tampa-Manatee 1:35 pm
1:05 pm Tampa-SL Petrsbrg 4:05 pro
ATLANTIC COAST LINE R. IL
Leave Arrive
2:27 am Jacksonville-NTork 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
2-londay, Wednesday, Friday.
1 Tuesiay, Unrsday, Saturday.

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