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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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OCALA

EVENING

AK

TEMPERATURES
This morning:, 64 degrees.
.This afternoon, 90 degrees:
WEATHia.FORIXASr
Partly Cloudy tonight and Tfcurfc Tfcurfc-day;
day; Tfcurfc-day; local showers probable in the ex extreme
treme extreme north portion.
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VOL. Z
OCALA, FLORIDA. WEDNESDAY, MAY II, 1921
NO. Ill
Mil THE THE-RESULT
RESULT THE-RESULT OF A
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IS
FRANCE (JILL PAY
WITHOUT FAIL
MARTIN ELECTED HI IIP Oil
A FEW HUES Tl
IIDITIOI
THE HOSTILITIES
WISE UP THE FAIIS
II

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PICE

CONSPIRACY

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WEB

MATH EVS

IMMENSE FIRE IN OCALA NATIONAL FOREST UNDOUBTEDLY
SET BY AN ORGANIZED BAND OF INCENDIARIES

Following- is the official report on
the great fire that raged for eight
days in the forest reserve across the
river. The Star has printed reports
of this fire from day to day, but of a
necessity said reports had many in inaccuracies.
accuracies. inaccuracies. There has been no op opportunity
portunity opportunity for any member of the
Star's staff to visit the afflicted terri territory,
tory, territory, nor could we have told much
about it if he had. Not even an avia.
tor flying over the reserve could have
estimated closely the extent of the
fire, as he smoke would have ob obscured
scured obscured the. ground beneath him too
much for his obtaining a close view.
Probably the officers in charge of the
long, fierce struggle had an idea of
the scope and direction of the differ different
ent different blasts of flame, but they had no
time to send out messages.
This fire- has been a great misfor misfortune.
tune. misfortune. It- has depleted the already
failing supply of timber, caused heavy
loss to government and state, and to
our county most of all. The people
who started it should be run down
and sent to the penitentiary, and.un-

less we are much mistaken they willjsessed value of land per acre, outside
be. Following is the of town and city lots, in the various
Official Account counties of the state. In only three
The gigantic forest fires which J counties in the state, Duval, Hills Hills-raged
raged Hills-raged during the most of last week on borough and Pinellas, isjand assessed

the Ocala division of the Florida Na National
tional National Forest, 20 miles east of Ocala,
have been stopped. When the fires,
started on Sunday, May 1st, and on
Monday, May 2nd, gained great head headway,
way, headway, it was the general opinion of
settlers that only a rain could put
them out and that if it did not rain
within a few days the entire scrub,
some. 250,000 acres in extent would be
burned out.
Forest service officers quickly as assembled
sembled assembled fife fighting crews and di-

rected the work with the result that $3.31; Franklin, $1.76; Gadsden, $6.81;
less than one-half the scrub was Hamilton, $3.87; Hernando, $3.89;
burned. A careful estimate places J Hillsborough, $13.28; Holmes, $3.47;
the area burned at 100,000 acres, Jackson, $3.64; Jefferson, $3.36; La La-60,000
60,000 La-60,000 of which are national forest 'fayette, $2.80; Lake, $4.07; Lee, $2.10;
land.- Some 2000 or 3000 acres of j Leon, $3.82; Levy, $2.28; Liberty,
state lands were burned. There re- ; $1.58; Madison, $3.59; Manatee, $5.61;

mains approximately 100,000 acres of
government land unburned. The only
aid rendered by the elements was in
the form of a heavy dew which fell
during one night of the fire. Except
for this, the climatic conditions were
most adverse, it being extremely dry
and every day was windy.
The fires burned with fierce inten intensity
sity intensity and great rapidity. The destruc destruction
tion destruction wrought is complete; over thou thousands
sands thousands and thousands of acres not a
live tree remains. In all except the
thinnest stands the flames leaped
high above the tops of the trees. A
fire set at 2 p. m. Monday covered a
distance of 10 miles by. night. The
roar of it could be heard for several
miles. Many game animals, foxes, rac raccoons
coons raccoons and rabbits were found dead in
its path.
The' fires were the result of a ma maliciously
liciously maliciously conceived and brazenly exe executed
cuted executed plan to destroy the game, graz grazing
ing grazing and timber resources of the na national
tional national forest. Not content with the
havoc being wrought by fires started
on one part of the forest Sunday, and
which were being fought by every
available man, on Monday the con conspirators
spirators conspirators went to a distant part of the
forest and" set other fires which quick quickly
ly quickly assumed enormous proportions- and
which in the end caused greater dam damage
age damage than did the ones set the day be before.
fore. before. The law-abiding citizens of the
communities adjacent to the forest
are highly incensed and every aid is
being extended the federal authori authorities
ties authorities to the end that every guilty per person
son person be brought to speedy and full
justice. It is expected that an end
will be put to such high-handed law lawlessness.
lessness. lawlessness. It is estimated that the fires have
destroyed 1.000,000 cords of sand pine
wood. While this material has but
little commercial value at this time
it will no doubt-be but a few years
until it will be badly needed. Before
the fires the forest service was in
touch with paper manufacturers with
a view of interesting them in the
establishment of a plant on the na national
tional national forest. A limited amount of
sand pine is now. used for the manu manufacture
facture manufacture of boxes, buckets, crates, etc.
Such uses are certain to increase.
The rapidly expanding citrus
and
truck industry of Florida will make
ever heavier and heavier demands
upon the forests of the state. If local
material is not available the indus-
, tries will face a serious handicap.
In considering the effect of the re recent
cent recent fires it is necessary to have in
-4nind the 35 per cent of the gross re receipts
ceipts receipts of national forests go to the
''support of roads and schools of the
counties within which the forest is
located. If there is little or no timber,
on a forest to be sold, few or no re-

ceipts can be turned over to the coun counties.
ties. counties. Thus Marion county in 'the
years to come will be deprived of sub substantial
stantial substantial sums which would otherwise
have been forthcoming.
The forest officers who were in
charge of the fire fighting crews,
Forest Supervisor L. I Bishop of
Pensacola, and Deputy "Supervisor C.
IL, Rogers of Lynne, express their
great appreciation and commendation
of the valiant services rendered by
local settlers who helped stop the
fires.

FACTS AND FIGURES
Submitted by Representative Hunter
as Argument for Equalization of
Taxes in this tSate
(Tampa Times)
Tallahassee, May 9. In champion championing
ing championing the bill calling for a state equal equalizer
izer equalizer of tax assessments, Representa Representative
tive Representative Hunter of Marion, presented
some figures showing the average as-
at an average in excess of $10 per
acre, though Polk, Orange and Sem Seminole
inole Seminole are crowding the line closely.
Following are Mr. Hunter's figures.
They show the average assessment
per acre, excluding city and town
lots:
Alaehua, $3.74; Baker, $3.44; Bay,
$3.30; Bradford, $5.87; Brevard, $4.11;
Broward, $3.14; Calhoun, $2.26; Cir Cirrus,
rus, Cirrus, $4.57; Clay, $2.52; Columbia,
$2.71; Dade, $3.15; DeSoto, $2.78; Du Duval,
val, Duval, $18.56;. Escambia, $7.02; Flagler,
Marion. $4.10; Monroe, $1.01; Nas Nassau,
sau, Nassau, $2.47; Okaloosa, $2.77; Okeecho Okeechobee,
bee, Okeechobee, $3.55; Orange $9.07; Osceola,
$3.34; Palm Beach, $2.45; Pasco,
$6.19; Pinellas, $54.88; Polk, $9.45;
Putnam, $3.15; St. Johns, $4.15; St.
flLucie, $5.93; Santa Rosa, $3.64;
Seminole, $9.69; Sumter, $6.87; Su Suwannee,
wannee, Suwannee, $4.36; Taylor, $4.07; Volusia,
$5.03; Wakulla, $1.69; Walton, $3.53;
Washington, $2.64.'
Mr. Hunter of course does not claim
that all land in the state is worth the
same money, btu he does claim that
there should not be such inequalities
as appear in the above table. It would
appear that a state equalizer could set
a figure that would be more nearly
correct than some of those fixed.
ONLY FAMILIES WITH
CHILDREN CAN ENTER
APPLEY'S APARTMENT
St. Petersburg, May 10. J. W. Ap Ap-pley,
pley, Ap-pley, owner of an apartment house
here, has announced that no' apart apartment
ment apartment will be rented to any couple
which does not possess at lease one
child.
In St. Petersburg numerous places
for rent bear placards declaring no
children will be taken. Hundreds of
others do not exhibit such notices but
an applicant with children learns
quickly that failure to do so is merely
an oversight. The couple with a dog,
cat, parrot, rhinocerous or elephant
is welcomed with open arms at some
places and the pets are permitted to
lounge about the house, occupy chairs
and couches and to maintain large col colonies
onies colonies of fleas without a murmur of
complaint, -but the rental agents or
owners whom Mr. Appley declares
apparently never were children them themselves,
selves, themselves, hold up their hands in horror
at the thought of taking in children.
Mr. Appley was asked why he
adopted the rule of "no kiddies no
apartment."
"Why, I was a child ence myself,"
he replied. "And once in Beechmont,
Mass., I was trying to get an apart apartment
ment apartment and because I had a two-months
old baby I was turned away every everywhere.
where. everywhere. I promised the good Lord that
if I ever had the opportunity I would
build an apartment house and that
only families with children would be
admitted. And I've done it."
Notice the program for the concert
Thursday night at the Woman's Club.
It promises to be one of the best
home talent musical entertainments
ever given in the city. It is for a
good cause and a large audience is ex expected.
pected. expected. ll-2t
Boys' knee pants $1 up. H. A.
Waterman, The Haberdasher. ll-3t

By Germans of the Terms Set Forth
in the Final Ultimatum of
the Allies

(Associated Press)
London, May 11. Germany's un
conditional acceptance of the entente
reparation ultimatum was delivered
to Premier Lloyd George here today
by Dr. Sthemer, German ambassador
to Great Britain.
SOLVED 'CABINET CRISIS
Berlin, May 11. The' German cab
inet crisis was solved, declares the
Vossische Zeitung, owing to a threat
by President Ebert to resign if a par liamentary
and politically responsible
cabinet was not formed to answer the
allied ultimatum.
VOTE OF CONFIDENCE IN DR.
WIRTH
Germany's reply to the allied ulti
matum accepting the terms laid down
by the allied supreme council was
confined to a repetition of the. exact
terms of the decisions of the allies re
garding guarantees, disarmament,
trial of war criminals and financial
conditions. The reply states Germany
agrees unconditionally to those de decisions.
cisions. decisions. The reply was sent to the
allies after the cabinet headed by Dr.
Wirth, the new chancellor, had re
ceived what amounted to a vote of
confidence in the reichstag last nigh.
BIG MONEY FOR BONDS
East Side of Lake Votes Six Hundred
Thousand Dollars for Roads
(Associated Press)
Leesburg, May 11. The. east side
of Lake county has voted favorably
on a bond issue of $600,000 for the
construction of 58 miles of new high highways
ways highways and the reconstruction of about
25 miles of old reads, according to
unofficial figures on the election-
Working of Pearl. 1
There are two kinds of shells used
In the manufacture of small articles,
the porcelaneous and the 4 nacreous.
The former are extremely hard and
can be worked only with the appa apparatus
ratus apparatus used by the lapidary. The lat latter
ter latter are more generally used and may
be sawed, filed and turned with some
facility. The pieces should be roughed
out on a common grindstone. After
turning they should he smoothed with
pumice stone and water, and polished
with rotten stone with sulphuric acid
slightly diluted.
"Macaroni Verse."
This Is a kind of humorous verse
In which, with Latin as a base, worda
of other languages are introduced,
using Latin inflections and construc constructions.
tions. constructions. The term was selected since it
Implies a mixture of languages com comparable
parable comparable with the mixture of ingredi ingredients
ents ingredients found in a dish of macaroni. The
name Is sometimes applied to verses
which are merely a mixture of Latin
and the unadulterated vernacular of
the writer. This type of .verse has
long been known in Italy.
8tartlng Slips.
More house plants are grown from
slips than from seeds. Te do this
take a branch half ripe and cut a slit
three Inches long. Take off all the
leaves except the upper two and root
it well In wet sand several Inches
thick, putting one and one-half Inches
of the slip under the sand. Keep this
thoroughly moist. When the roots be begin
gin begin to grow put your plant, with its
sand. Into a pot provided with other
soil. Some slips; such as oleander
and Ivy, will root In water.
Illumination of Manuscripts.
The art of painting manuscripts
with miniatures and ornaments Is an
art of the most remote antiquity. The
Egyptian papyri containing portions
of the Ritual or "Book of the Dead,"
are ornamented with drawings and
colored pictures. The Persians. Hin Hindus
dus Hindus and Chinese have illuminated
manuscripts with great beauty, none
of which compete with those of the
western nations In antiquity.
Preparedness.
One of our eminent and doubtless
reliable statisticians announces that
there Is only one chance In 29.989 that
one's house will ever burn down and
yet we suppose lots of girls who
would be much more comfortable In
outing finannel nightgowns are wear wear-in
in wear-in their creDe de chine ones regularly.
! on the possibility that It might. Ohio
State Journal.
Ages of Wild Animal.
. A bear rarely lives above twenty
rears, a wolf tweuty and a fox sixteen.
uc a vt cilC ci : r a vato -a. v. v
fears, and sqnlrrels and hares six or
ieven. Pigs have been known to
teach thirty years,- the rhinoceros
Ifty.
What Is an Atheist?
Gladstone's definition of the term
Iras By atheist. I understand r man
Who not only holds off. like the skep skep-$c,
$c, skep-$c, tioi the aratiiative. but who
rives himself, or Is driven, to the neg-
! ttlve assertion in regard to the whole
knseen or to the existence of God."

Poor but Proud and Noble Nation wili

Settle Her Obligations to j
the Last Penny
(Associated Press)
Paris, May 11. A high French of-
ficial said today France intended to j
pay what she owes and would take no.
steps whatever regarding modifica-!
tion, reduction or cancellation of her
debt to the United States.
HOUSE HAS PASSED DADE
MASSACRE MONUMENT BILL

Tallahassee, May 10. The House ot'fM closely blinched-

Representatives has passed the bill j LADY DEFEATED
sponsored by. Representative Koonce,; Miss Fiorence Cooley, the only
which would appropriate $5000 for!woman on th- ntirt, ti.VpT w mn.

the erection of a monument to mark
the site of the Dade massacre in Sum Sumter
ter Sumter county in December 1837, in which
Major Dade and more than 100 United
States soldiers were killed by the
Seminoles.
SHUTTING OFF THE
PAPER SUPPLY
Associated Press)
New York, May 11. Seven large
paper mills in the United States and
Canada employing approximately nine
thousand men shut down today on ac account
count account of failure of workers and own owners
ers owners to sign new agreements to replace
those which expired last night.
Charter No. 10578
REPORT OF

THE MUI1RDE A! CHAMBLISS IIATIOIIAL BAUK,
At Ocala, in the State of Florida, at the Close of Business on April 28, 1921
RESOURCES

1

(a) Loans and discounts, including rediscounts,

(except those shown in b andc) $780,044.39
Total loans .' v 780,044.39
Overdrafts, secured, none; unsecured, $196.03.
U. S. Government securities owned:
(a) Deposited to secure circulation (U. S. bonds
par value) .'. 60,000.00
(b) All other United States Government secu securities
rities securities 141,661.50
Total .. .
Other bonds, stocks, "securities, etc:
Banking house, $36,000.00; y
Furniture and fixtures $3,000 ;
Real estate owned other than banking house
Cash in vault
Lawful reserve with Federal Reserve Bank. .
Net amounts due from national banks
Exchanges for clearing house
Checks on other banks in the same city or town t
as reporting bank (other than Item 13) ....
Total of Items 9, 10, 11, 12, 13 and 14. .... 65,663.77
' Checks on banks located outside of city or town
of reporting bank and other cash items...
Redemption fund with U. S. Treasurer and due 1
from U. S. Treasurer

2.
4
5.
6.
7.
.8.
9.
11.
13.
14.
15
16
TOTAL

LIABILITIES
Capital stock paid in $
Surplus fund
Undivided profits 404.06
(a) Reserved for interest and taxes accrued. .. 1,200.00
Circulating notes outstanding
Net amounts due to state banks, bankers and
trust companies in the United States and
foreign countries (other than included in
Items 22 or 23)' I
Certified checks outstanding
Cashier's checks on own bank outstanding
Total of Items 22, 23, 24. 25 and 26 39,184.19
Demand deposits (other than bank deposits)
subject to reserve (deposits payable within 30
days):
Individual deposits subject to check
Certificates of deposit due in less than 30 days
(other than for money borrowed)
State, county or other municipal deposits secur secured
ed secured by pledge of assets of this bank
Total of demand deposits (other than bank de deposits)
posits) deposits) subject to reserve. Items27, 28, 29, -30,
31 and 32 633,497.55
Time deposits subject to reserve (payable after
30 days, or subjecCto 30 days or more notice,
and postal savings:)
Certificates of deposit (other than for money
borrowed)
State, county or other municipal deposits secur secured
ed secured by pledge of assets of this bank
Other time deposits
Postal sayings deposits
Total of time deposits subject to reserve, items
33, 34. 35, and 36 71,501.85
Bills payable, other than with Federal Reserve

18.
19.
20.
21.
24.
2o.
26.
27.
28.
29.
33.
34.
35.
36.
40

Bank (including all obligations represent representing
ing representing money borrowed other than redis rediscounts)
counts) rediscounts) 41. -Bills payable with Federal Reserve Bank

TOTAL $1,259,787.65
STATE OF FLORIDA.
COUNTY OF MARION, ss:
I, DeWitt Griffin, cashier of the above-named bank, do solemnly swear
that the above statement is true to the best of my knowledge and belief.

Subscribed and sworn to before
me this the 9th day of May, 1921.
(Seal) N. A. Russell,
Notary Public.

j Candidates for Commissions in Jack-

souville May Go Into a
Second Primary
(Associated Press)
Jacksonville, May 11- Returns
from only nine of the sixteen wards
were in at noon today. Available
figures showed that Mayor- Martin,
seeking renomination in yetserday's
democratic primary, is leading John
E. Mathews by approximately 5000.
!It is almost certain that candidates
for commissioners wili go into a sec second
ond second primary May 24th, as they are
ning seventh for commissioner. Three
are to be nominated of the six who
will go into second primary.
Later: Martin continues to main maintain
tain maintain his lead.
'VETERAN LEGISLATOR
I VISITS TALLAHASSEE
' Tallahassee, May .10. William E.
j Mickler, of St. Augustine, cnly living
member of the Floriua legislature of
1861 which passed the ordinance of
secession from the Union, was a vis visitor
itor visitor in Tallahassee last week. Mr.
Mickler was accorded the privileges
of the House during his stay and sat
with the speaker at one session.
Reserve District No. 6
CONDITION OF
$780,044.39
196.03
191,661.50
79,058.29
39,000.00
13,646.55
20,159.98
66,813.15
'62,654.03
1,651.23
1,358.43
1,043.98
2,500.f)0
$1,259,787X5
$ 50,000.00
50,000.00
5,404.06
45,200.00
24,665.05
254.0d
14,265.06
4S8.774.79
22,400.24
122,322.52
30,070.0-J
2,190.45
339,234.09
7.30
45,000.00
20,000.00
DeVVlTT GRIFFIN. Cashier.
Correct Attest:
L. W. DUVAL.
J. M. THOMAS.
T. T. MUNROE,
Directors.

After Causing Much Trouble in Upper
Silesia, Insurgent Poles
Listen to Allies

lAssocIated Press; 1
London, May 11. It is understood
thaf negotiations between the inter interallied
allied interallied commission in upper Silesia and
the elader of the Polish insurgents in
that area resulted last night in sus suspension
pension suspension of hostilities.
FIRED ON THEIR FRIENDS
Oppelyn, May 11 French troops
engaged in an artillery duel with in insurgent
surgent insurgent Poles six miles south of here
today. The Poles replied to the
French firewith several small field
pieces. A number of French wounded
were brought here.
HALL-GUTHREY
At noon today at the Methodist
parsonage, Rev. C. W. White united
in marriage Mr. Walter C. Hall and
Miss Emma K. Guthrey, both of Ken Ken-drick.
drick. Ken-drick. Several friends accompanied
the happy couple to the city and
were present at the ceremony, after
which they all returned to Kendrick.
Both parties are well known in their
home community and they have the
best wishes of their many friends for
a hapy and prosperous married life.
SWACINA PAID HEAVY

FOR HIS SQUABBLE)"1" ne had the goods and we all feel

Manager Lakeland Team Barred from
the Jacksonville Diamond
(Associated Press)
Jacksonville, May 11. Manager
Swacina of the Lakeland club of the
state league is forever barred from
the ball field in Jacksonville under an
order issued today by President Co-
nant of the Jacksonville club. Swa
cina was held responsible for squab
bling with the umpire throughout
yesterday's game.
CREATED A NEW COUNTY
The Legislature has Disunited Union
from Bradford
(Associated Press)
Tallahassee, May ll-The House
today passed the Senate bill creating
Union county from part of Bradford.
Representative Jennings of Hamil
ton, introduced a bill to authorize the
payment of witnesses who appeared
before the supreme court in 1916 in
connection with the Catts-Knott con-
9
test.
PUT A MILL IN THE1
BUDGET FOR PUBLICITY
(Associated Press)
Tampa, May 11. A levy of one
mill for publicity purposes as sug
gested by the board of trade will go
into the city budget for next year un under
der under a decision reached last night by
the city commissioners.
MUCH HONOR FOR MANNING
(Associated Press)
New York. May 11, Dr. William
T. Manning was today consecrated
the tenth bishop of the Protestant
Episcopal diocese of New York amidst
much pomp and splendor. One of the
largest gatherings of the clergy in the
history of the church in America at attended.
tended. attended. DISTINGUISHED VISITOR
(Associated Press)
pvN'ew York, May 11 Madame Curie,
an eminent scientist and the eo-
discoverer of radium, arrived here to
day from France
PRESIDENT HARDING
SENT GOOD WISHES TO
CONFEDERATE VETERANS
(Associated Press)
Albany, Ga, May 11 .-President
Harding today telegraphed greetings
and best wishes to the United Confed Confederate
erate Confederate Veterans of Georgia, assem assembled
bled assembled here in their thirtieth annual re reunion.
union. reunion. LET HIM OFF LIGHT
(Associated Press)
Miami, May 11- Burton Mank,
builder of Miami's largest theater,
began a ten-day sentence in jail to today
day today following his plea of guilty in
federal court to taking his boat out on
a cruise last fall when it was under
libeL
ATTENTION, EIGHTH GRADE
Dont forget to have your diplomas
framed at Roberts & Spencer's. 913t
Unclassified ads. gets result.

Ocala Win Meet a Picked Team from

the Town of Gainesville V
Tomorrow Afternoon
(By U T. I.)
Thursday afternoon at 4 o'clock:
Ocala will cross bats with a combina combination
tion combination team from the University of
Florida and the town of Gainesville.
They have a good team composed of
the best of the players that were ou
the university team and some that at
tend the university but who were not
eligible for the college team. Lefty
Liddon will likely twirl for the vis visitors
itors visitors while Ward, the boy who caught
for Dunnellon last week, will receive
his offers. Ocala's line-up will prob prob-ebly
ebly prob-ebly be: Mickler. pitch. Leavengood
catch, Strickland first base. Wooa,
second base, F. Luff man, third base.
Brown; short, Clements. "Ifcft field,
Liddell, center field. H. Luffman,
Brooks or Dink ins, right field. The
game will be a good one. We have
guaranteed Gainesville $75 so come'
out and help pay off the guarantee.
The game will be the first of a series
with this team and bid fair to be one
full of interest.
Manager Goldman has secured the
services of Mickler to serve the old
apple for us in the game Thursday
and possibly for the rest of the sea-
80n- ilickler showed us last year
sure that he will make us a pitcher
who will put Ocala on the baseball
map this summer. We are glad to
have Mike back with us.
The team was out in good numbers
yesterday afternoon and is showing
up better than ever before. Every Everybody
body Everybody was full of pep and practice
went up to the top notch.
Brown, our new shortstop, replac replacing
ing replacing Jackson, is a local boy, or at least
has lived with us this winter, being
connected with the Daylight Route.
He is good and after a few woics
practice will fill the hole in the in infield
field infield like paint fills the cracks .in a
sunbaked board.
Hansel says that the warm weather
yesterday did his arm more good than
anything he had tried for it. He feels
confident that he can catch Thurs Thursday's
day's Thursday's game and not let a man steal
second on him. Hansel has a good,
clear, baseball head and helps his
pitcher very much. Fans will be glad
to see him in his old place behind the
bat.
.
Harry Wood has lost his baseball
cap. Reward offered for its return to
him, cleaned and pressed.
All lady fans interested in the
"squeeze play" be sure and attend the
game Thursday. The play is to be
demonstrated in the last half of the
third inning.
Clements has been under the weath weather
er weather for the past few days but says that
he is about to get the weather under
hiw now and will be in shape to de deliver
liver deliver several home runs less one base
by Thursday afternoon.
Jimmie Liddell is trying to learn to
run bases like he runs his Jew Pack
ard.
Thei playing of Fred Luffman on
third is steadily improving now. Fred
broke his hitting jinx in the last
game and got a clean single.
Below is the batting average of
each of our players. Look them over
and pick the hitters for Thursdays
game. See how near "right you can
come as to who will get a hit in the
game with Gainesville against Lefty
liddon. These averages include ev every
ery every game except the one with Chalm Chalmers.
ers. Chalmers. The box score taken from' the
Palatka newspaper is used as record
for the first game in Palatka as Ocala
had no scorer there.
Name At Bat Hits Aver.
Gale 9 4 .444
Clements 19 7 .368
Strickland .... 25 9 .360
Liddell 27 9 .333
H. Luffman ... 4 1 .250
Hogan 4 1 .250
Leavengood ... 13 3 .230
Wood 24 5 .203
Liddon .I 5 1 .200
Etfcridge 5 1 .200
Dinkins 22 4 JSl
Marshall 6 1. J.65
F. Luffman .... 20 3 .150
Jackson 23 3 .ISO
iiaxns i u axkj
Brooks 9 0 j00O
Team 216 52 .240
Averages make Gale our best hit hitter
ter hitter but he has not been in as many
games as Liddell or Strickland or
Clements. It appear, that Stride has

(Concluded on Fourth Far)



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Says the Palatka Daily News of the

16th: At a meeting held yesterday
afternoon, and another last night.

citizens of Palatka organized a Put Putnam
nam Putnam Capital Removal Club, selected

officers, discussed and decided on plan3

an named committees to look after
the several details of the plan. En Enthusiasm
thusiasm Enthusiasm pervaded the meetings, and

every effort will be made to bring the
capital to peninsular Florida, whether
Palatka gets it or not.
tA a meeting yesterday afternoon
a committee of five wa3 named to se

lect suitable officers for the club, and
on the recommendation of this com

mittee Judge E. E. Haskell was elect

ed president, Julian C. Calhoun, first

vice president, Frank D. Wattles, sec second
ond second vice president, Clarence Kennerly,

secretary, and H. O. Hamm. treas

urer. A committee was then named

to confer with" these officers and se-

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Taxes, like boils, we all want on

somebody else.

Clean and clear nothing looks bet better
ter better than cluttered up something.

Starting with last Thursday aftei aftei-noon
noon aftei-noon Frank's store began its summer
half-holiday iclosing. We have been
asked by a number of clerks when
the general Thursday afternoon clos closing
ing closing would begin among the other bus

iness houses -of the city. Not having
been informed the Star can not give

any information on the subject. 'In

former years some one circulated m

petition among the business men so
as to make the closing unanimous.

but up to this time no one has done

so this season. The Star will be

pleased to announce between this and

next Thursday, the 19th, the names
of firms who intend closing their
places of business on Thursday aft

ernoon during the summer months.
Havmsr already begun, of course

Frank's heads the list.

THE GOOD OLD DAYS ARE

FAST COMING BACK

DISTRICT CONFERENCE

AT METHODIST CHURCH

cure their acceptance, with assurance

that every member of the club will! Dr. Snyder, President of Wofford Col
stand behind them and work at what-! leee, Spartanburg, S. C- will

ever plans are made.

At another meeting last night plans
of operation were outlined,- and will
be put into operation at once. As

stated in a full page advertisement

which appeared in the Times-Union
yesterday morning, sent from Palat Palatka,
ka, Palatka, all Palatka asks is a decision for

I'M.

Speak Tonight

With Rev. W. P. Burhman, presid presiding
ing presiding elder of the Ocala district, pre presiding,
siding, presiding, and Rev. C. W. White acting
as host, Ocala opened her doors last
evening to welcome the ministers of
the Methodist church in that portion

out and then buv a rain, before we re-!

duce the price. Ou 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'v

STORES.

LOOK! PRICES ARE GETTING,

RIGHT.

Cloverbloom Batter, pound 42c

Full Cream Cheese, pound 25c

Granulated Sugar, pound 8c

Hill Crest California Apricots,

. 2U 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 .:j

Get the habit. Lots of our patrons j ;
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.

BASEBALL

THURSDAY, MAY 12
University of Florida and Gainesville
vs.
OCALA
FRIDAY, MAY 13 1
.-. PALATKA vs. OCALA
At Ocala Basebajl Park. Game called at 4 p. m.

V

of the state which is known as the

the re-location of the capital, in the Qcala district. The opening sermon

Johnny Martin has been nominated
for another term as mayor of Jacksonville.

Remember that move to set out
palms started some months ago How
many have been set out?

The legislature should pass a law to
the effect that no person should hold
public office in Florida until he or she
had been in the state five years.

The city lot, opposite the city hall,

looks a lot better since the Rotary Rotary-Club
Club Rotary-Club had that old frame building torn
down and the ground cleared and
smoothed.

Dispatch from Pensacola says that
"Old politicians believe W. J. Bryan
will enter the race for senator against
Trammell." Old politicians never say
what they believe. They say what
they want voters to believe.
Our idea of faith-without works is
that Bradford county sheriff sitting
by his open jail door waiting for
Catts to walk in. Tampa Tribune.
The Star isn't afraid to bet Catts
will never see the inside of a jail.

We have just learned that the offices

of sheriffs and prosecuting attorneys
in this state arenot equipped with
apparatus for taking finger print3.
This puts the state at great disad disadvantage
vantage disadvantage in prosecuting many crimi criminal
nal criminal cases.

The moon was new last night. Ac According
cording According to Indian sign, "she lay on
her back with the water in her lap
and no rain unless she turn over." The
long, dry spell is very trying on the
farmers, and what is bad for them is
bad for all of us.

They are going to have a curfew in
Plant City for boys under nineteen
years old. About the most easy thing
in the world for a boy to dodge is a
curfew. And nineteen! Thousands of
'American boys under nineteen years
went over the top in France.

Superintendent of Schools Shealy
says the Dunnellon people had a
pleasant and instructive evening at

their grammar school commencement
last Friday. Dunnellon is strong for

education anyhow. The- Star wishes

it could obtain the services of a good

correspondent for that live town.

If the capital is moved from Talla

hassee to either of the cities mention

ed in that connection, the Seaboard
Air line will not have as much use
for the road west of Live Oak. Plant

City Courier.

Oh, man! there's lots of people who
travel on the Seaboard and few of
.them get off at Tallahassee when the

legislature isnt in session.

Lakeland has Southern College and

won't worry much about the capital

The college will prove to be the more

substantial good. Ocala Star.

Why, bless your soul, Lakeland has

never inougnt about worrying over
the capital. Down in their hearts the
people here feel that this is the right

place for it, for the general good of

the state, but just let Ocala get start

ed on a real boom for it, without a
dozen other cities rattling around on
the track, nd it will do you good to
see how we can whoop her up for

you. Lakeland Telegram.

That's real good in you, Harry.
About what we expected of you.

event the legislature votes for remov

al, on the merits of the various cities
on the peninsula, taking into consid consideration
eration consideration center of population and
transportation and convenience and
ecoonmy to the state as a whole. As

convenience to a majority is the only

reason for a desire to change the lo

cation of the capital it is believed Pa

latka is, on this basis, logically en entitled
titled entitled to the capital, and will be nam

ed by the legislature in the amend amendment
ment amendment put up to the people. It is also

believed that Palatka will be able to
show by mileage and population sta statistics
tistics statistics that it is the center.
As both Orlando and Ocala have in indicated
dicated indicated that they are for the removal
of the capital to the peninsula sec section
tion section of the state, regardless of

whether thev are awarded the site or

not, and have pledged to work for the

city which is decided as being the

most logical, it was decided to name a

committee to go to each of these

cities, and also one to Tallahassee,
to try to compose the. various factions

into one, asking if they will not ac

cept the general proposition of avail

ability for a final decision as to the

site selected.
The committee named to go to Tal Tallahassee
lahassee Tallahassee is S. J. Hilburn and F. J.
Fearnside; the one to go to Orlando
is composed of H. M. de Montmollin,
Warner T. Hamm and E. D. Earnest;
the one to go to Ocala is J. V. Walton
and J. J. Murphy.
These committees will seek to se

cure the co-operation of these two

cities in an effort to center on one of

the three towns. Tampa and Miami

have already declared that they will
stand by the one city agreed on, and

have called on those which have been

mentioned as possible sites to agree

among themselves. The Palatka club

believes that if Ocala and Orlando re refuse
fuse refuse to leave the matter of selectiou selectiou-to
to selectiou-to availability that they will forfeit
the support of the remainder of the
peninsular section of the state. If they
agree to unite, first to secure the pas

sage of a resolution to submit the
matter of removal of the capital from
Tallahassee, and then to submit to the
legislature, to be empowered by the
constitutional amendment, the matter

of decision as between the. three
cities, it is believed that there is no
doubt but that the legislature will
pass a resolution submitting to the
people the question of whether or not
the capital shall be removed.

It is fully appreciated here that if

the plans suggested by some to have
two primaries, in which there will be

a free-for-all race, are carried into
effect the same result will attain as

attended the last vote taken in 1900.

The peninsular vote will be split and

the capital will remain at Tallahassee.

It is the purpose of the organiza

tion to enlist the assistance of every

community in Putnam county in this

fight. Every citizen in the county Is

eligible to membership and is asked

to make contributions to the fund

which it will be necessary to raise to

pay the expenses of the campaign

This feature of the campaign will be

attended to by a special committee to
be named by the president today. The

committees will probably leave today
for their several posts, as it is realiz realized
ed realized that there is no time to spare.

We are now receiving a supply of H

NEW BOOKS everv week. THE 3

BOOK SHOP. 10-3t 2

was delivered by Rev. F. H. Cham Champion,
pion, Champion, recently transferred from the

Arkansas conference and stationed at
Crystal River, with a good attendance

for the opening night as many of the j
delegates and pastors had not arrived.

Rev. Champion used for his text that
portion of Exodus where Pharoah
entreated Moses to leave the childreu

I of the Egyptians as they journeyed

out of bondage. He depicted Pha Pharoah
roah Pharoah as the devil, the journey out of

londage as the step from sin into

Christianity and Moses as the divine

leader, dwelling upon the thought that

many professed Christians leave their

children and possessions in the land

of bondage or in sin and at the serv

iec of the devil.

Dr. Snyder will preach at both the
morning and evening services and

the people of Ocala should crowd the
church to an overflowing to hear this

distinguished man. Not only presi president
dent president of Wofford College, but assistant

general director of the great Chris

tian educational movement of the

Methodist Episcopal church. South

and a speaker who has the reputation

of holding his audience. Dr. Snyder I

brings what is best of all a deep
spiritual message of God's plan in
this great work.
From St. Petersburg, Tarpon
Springs and other points south many
of the delegates will arrive today and
the greater portion of the day will be
devoted to the hearing of reports from
various committees and transacting
of other business matters of the con conference.
ference. conference. A portion of Thursday will be de devoted
voted devoted to the arranging of plans for
the great educational drive and ad ad-jaurnment
jaurnment ad-jaurnment will likely be Thursday

evening.

From every side comes the report

that the year has been one of great
spiritual blessings with bigger ac accomplishments
complishments accomplishments than in recent years.

Reporter.

L. ALEXANDER

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

PRACTICAL CONTRACTOR
AND BUILDER

. Meet me at the Union Station
' Restaurant for a regular family style

Careful estimates made on all con- dinner Best dinner in the state for 75

tract work. Gives more and better cents. Eat and drink all you want,
work for 'the money than any other! Dinner 11 a. m. to 2:30 p. m. Owned

contractor in the city. 1 and operated by 100 Americans, tf

' Day Phone 47. Night Phone 515 g
GEORGE MacKAY & CO. I PHONE 434 1
Funeral Directors, Embalmers jj if yoih have any hauling jj
G. B -Overton. Mgr. j: or trunks
Ocala, Fla. t g
BKr: .-w r mm j i 1 1 1 V 1 1 1 1 j i ITt 1 i i I ' 1 1 I 1 ' t ' I I i I i I l i
DAMNS'' MARKET I
lll.W. Broadway jj
This is a Studebaker year. tf wm

READ A BOOK A WEEK

It will surprise you to find so many

old friends at THE BOOK SHOP.

John Halifax, The Moonstone. Oliver
Twist, et al., and the best NEW

ONES; Main Street, Ethel M. Dell,

Curwood, Zane Grey and many
others. 10-3t

ORDER OF EASTERN STAB

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.

For all kinds of plain and
sewing, phone 354.

fancy

6-6t

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.

LIFE

FIRE

A. E. GERIG
INSURANCE
Ocala, Florida
ACCIDENT AVTOMOBILE

OCALA LODGE NO. 285, 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 tnd the Book
Shop, 113 Main street.
A. A. Vandenbrock, E. R.
C. Y. Miller, Secretary.

Standard drugs
promptly delivered.
C. Greene.

and specialties,
Phone 435. G.
2-tf

ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE
OF TRAINS IN OCALA
Seaboard Air Line

rrive 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 :51 p. m.
eave for Tampa 4:05 p.m.

Arrive from Tampa 2:14 a.m.

Leave for Jacksonville.... 2:15 a. m

Arrive from Tampa....... 1:35p.m.
Leave for Jacksonville.... 1:55p.m.
Arrive from Tampa....... 4:16p.m.

.leave for Jacksonville.... 4:17p.m.
Arrive from New York.... 1:34a.m.

Leave for St. Petersburg.. 1:37a.m.

Arrive from St. Petersburg 2:55 a. m

Leave for New York 3:00 a.m.

Atlantic Coast Line
rrive from Jacksonville.. 2:31 a.m.
eave for St. Petersburg.. 2:32a.m.
Arrive from Jacksonville.. 3:34p.m.
Leave for St. Petersburg.. 3:35p.m.
Arrive from Jacksonville. .10:12 p. m.
Leave for Leesburg 10:13 p.m.
Arrive from St. Petersburg 2:26 a.m.
jeave for Jacksonville.... 2 :27 a. m
Arrive from St. Petersburg 1:25 p.m.
Leave for Jacksonville.... 1:45p.m.
Arrive from Leesburg.... 6:41a.m.
Leave for Jacksonville.... 6:42a.m.
Arrive from Homosassa... 1-25 p. m.
Leave for Homosassa S :25 p. m.
Arrive from Gainesville,
daily except Sunday. . .11:50 a. m.
Leave for Gainesville, dally
except Sunday 4:45 p m.
Leave for Lakeland Tues Tuesday,
day, Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday 7:25 a. m,
Ar. from Lakeland, Tues Tuesday,
day, Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday 11 rtJ3 p.m.
Leave for Wilcox, Monday,
Wednesday and Friday.. 7:10 a. m
Arrive from Wilcov. Mon Monday.
day. Monday. Wednesday, Friday. 6:45 p.m.

,V

THE U. S. ROYAL CORD
A famous tire and ."i Umous tica-L
Acknovldged among motoriu ; r I
dealers alike as the world's fotei
example cf Cord tire -.nilaing. Al Always
ways Always delivrin the Lame rvij-- j j
economy, tire after tire, tnd r-cs.. .1
after season.
The stripe around the st'dev'! ii
registered as 2 t uJe-inik Li U.
Jitent Office.

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tire wfa

B BE! MMl

4.

"Any U. S. Tin
a anirrf
fall- taonmy'm
worth."

OFTEN it's surprising: the? number
of different tire views that come

in a chance talk at the curb or in
the leisure of a friend's garage.

Almost every day you come
across the man human enough
to believe he can outguess
the cut-price tag on "job "job-lots,"
lots," "job-lots," "discontinued lines and
"surplus stocks."
His opposite is the hard hard-pan
pan hard-pan car owner who sticks
year in and year out to a
standard brand as the only
rational economy.

Many will remember the scarcity
of U. S. Tires last year.
A hardship at the time, but a bene benefit
fit benefit now. There are no U.S. Tires to be
worked off no accumulations no
forced selling of any U. S. brand no
shipping of tires from one part of the

U OD Oft

United States

Pasteur & Johnson, Anthony, Fla.
Robert A, Swain, Anthony, Fla.
Nelson & Company, Belleview, Fla.
Ramey & Company, Citra, Fla.
GatreU-Osteen Company. Fairfield.

country to another to "find a market.

There are 92 U.S. Factory Branches.
Each ere gets its share of U. S. Tires.
There is a bread, constant, even dis distribution
tribution distribution of U. S. Tires always going
on from these Branches to the dealer.

Buy a U. S. Tire anywhere
in a community of 500 people
or even less and you get a
fresh, live tire of current
production with all the orig original
inal original service and mileage the
factory put into it.
The owner of a medium or
light-weight car stands on
equal ground with every other

ca- owner.
Any United States Tire is a uni--versal
full money's worth backed up
with a leadership policy of equal

quality, buying convenience and price
for everybody.

Rubber Company

Redding's Garajre, Reddick, Fla.
R. D. Dour las, Weiradale, Fla.
WetrMlale Garage, Weindale, Fla.

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"Tbm diSmrmnt
tin rmwrm-tbm
coot omt im m

Arl Box Company, Oak, Fla.
Auto Sales Company, Ocala, Fla.
Kuntback Service Station. Ocala, Fla.
Ocala Gaa Engine Works, Ocala, Fla.
Tucker & Sim moo. Ocala, Fla.

J

AUT SALES CO.
MACK TAYLOR
Dealers in DODGE BROTHERS MOTOR VEHICLES
HANDLE U. S. TIRES

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QCALA EVENING 8TAB. WEDNESDAY. MAT 11. 1&21

ATTRACTIVE PRICES
Uneedas and all 10c National Biscuit Co.'s crack crackers
ers crackers 8c, or 3 for 22c All 20-cent packages
16c or 3 for 40 cents.
Evaporated Peaches, per pound 15c
Octagon Soap 8c; 3 for 20c
Export Borax Soap, per cake 5c
Grandma, Gold Dust and other washing Powders
per package 5c
Cherry Bell Flour a strictly first-class Kansas
hard wheat flour 12-lb. bags 80c; 24-pound
bags $1.55.
Very best Head Rice 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 Suar 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, -lb cakes 25c
Our Delivery Service is at your command
if yon trade with us.
FARMERS EXCHANGE STORE
Mercliaiils Block Phone 163
ikititiii'"'""""""'""

Tire Prices Reduced

$15.00

DIAVOND Non-Skid, 30x3. 417 Aft
old Dtice S20.00. now.... vli vll

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 GARAGE
JAS. ENGESSER, Proprietor

Phone 258 West Broadway

THE GOOD OLD DAYS ABE
FAST COMING BACK

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 .
Full Cream Cheese, pound
Granulated Sugar, pound
Hill Crest California Apricots,
2 tins

Hunt's California Peaches, halves
in heavy syrup, No. 2 tins.. 35c
Hillsdale, Hawaiian Sliced Pine Pineapple
apple Pineapple 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.

.42c
.25c
. 8c
.22c

This is a Studebaker year.

tf

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

TWO THINGS
YOU
SHOULD DO:
Work for Ocala
for the capital
AND

CALL PHONE 52 5
when your clothes
NEED A NEW WRINKLE
IN THEM
La-Donde Cleaning Co.
over Jirash Grocery
525 PHONE 525

THE HEALING MISSION

BENEFIT CONCERT

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If it is reasonably well treated
Dodge Brothers Motor Car will
render faithful service for years
and never vary in its economy
of operation and maintenance.

Tuesday morning Mr. Blandford in interpreted
terpreted interpreted the meaning of the latter
part of the Lord's Prayer, the model
prayer and prefaced his remarks
about the value of preparation. It is
most important in everything in life.
Great artists in music will spend
years in study in order to be prepar prepared
ed prepared to give one hour of pleasure or en entertainment.
tertainment. entertainment. A great surgeon will
spend years in specialization in order
to shorten the time of an operation.
The shorter the time the less danger
and the greater benefit to be derived
by his patient. So also must more
time be spent on that which precedes
our petitions in prayer. No matter
how much we give we receive much
more than we give, heaped up and
running over. "It is more blessed to
give than to receive." "He that loseth
his life shall gain it. There are in the
earth and sea great wealth of values
not yet used, and the question is to
know how to obtain them so as to
give them to the human race. Think
of the immensity and generosity of

God.
self.

vidual and the socialization of the
family is the socialization of the na nation,
tion, nation, he said.
"Give us this day our daily bread,"
means the recognition of God in the
bread of yesterday and all that is to
follow. How can one get his bread
alone He must think of the collec collective
tive collective power and God in that power and
the many different hands and pro processes
cesses processes it passes through from the
sowing of the wheat to the making of

the berad; and of the energies of the
body to maintain that body, which in
itself is said to contain 30 billions of
cells, ten billions of which are in the

brain. When we pray for bread we
must pray for digestion of bread. It
takes 80 per cent of the energy of the

body to keep up the activities of di digestion
gestion digestion which builds up the muscles
and tissues of the body. There should
be no indigestion, which is an intei intei-ference
ference intei-ference with the laws of nature and
prevents the proper functioning of
the organs and a clear conception of
the truth.
Mr. Blandford stressed the impor importance
tance importance of home keeping from a hy hygienic
gienic hygienic standpoint to the proper rela relationship
tionship relationship of the members of the fam family.
ily. family. Oft times one's worst enemies
are those of his own household. Man
does not live by bread alone, means

that the spiritual, the highest plane of

thinking is neecssary for the com
pleteness, the all-rounding of the in
diividual.

Mr. Blandford crave the analysis of

and the difference between restraint

and freedom, which gives that fine

balance to the human life. He said if

you prayed for one hour and thought
differently the rest of the week, you

would get the answer to your think

ing. He illustrated by saying if you
eat a certain kind of food and pray
for it not to make you sick and think

all the time that it. will make you
sick, then it surely will. Learn to

control your thinking, then you will

have the power to control your body

and your nervous system

"Forgive us our trespasses as wo

forgive those who trespass against

us" is often the stumbling block to

many. We will have to follow

Christ's example in this, Mr. Bland

ford said. What oil is to machinery
and machinery cannot run without oil.

the church is that and more to the

people. So many helpful things are

said in his lectures it is impossible to

mention even a suggestion of half of
them. A verbatim report would mean

much to the community. Reporter.

FOR VICTORY WAY

!

The music department of the Wom Woman's
an's Woman's Quo, Mrs. H. M. Hampton chair chairman,
man, chairman, presents the following program
for Thursday evening. May 12th, at
the club house, for the benefit of the
Victory Way:
Piano solo, "A Night in Granada
(Debussy) Miss Dorothy Lancaster.
Vocal solo aria, LaBobeme (Pusin-

ni) Mrs. H. M. Hampton.
Voc&i solo, selected Mr. Edwin I J
Geraant.
Vocal solo. Entreaty (Bailey) Mrs.j

Cash and Carry Meat MarM
CRAWFORD PASTEUR, Prop.,

Located in the CRESCENT GR OCERY CO.'s Star
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We handle all fed Beet 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

L. E. Futch..

Vocal solo. My Heart at Thy Sweet

Murphy.
Vocal duet, selected Messrs. J. J.
and A. E. Gerig.
Vocal solo. For You Aline (Geehil)
Mrs. Jean Conoley.
Remarks, "Victory Way" Mr. W.
K. Zewadski.
Vocal solo, aria Oberon (Von We Weber)
ber) Weber) Miss Musie Bullock."
Flute solo Serenade (Cox) Michael
Voulgais.
Vocal solo, selected Mr. Lester
Lucas.
Dance, "From the Land of the Sky
Blue Water" (Cadraan) Miss Mar Margaret
garet Margaret Hocker, assisted by Mrs. Hamp Hampton,
ton, Hampton, voice, and Mr. Voulgais, flute.
Vocal solo, aria. La Favorita (Dc-ne-zetti)
Mrs. Sarah Jaie Manly.
Accompanists, Mrs. Moremen. Mrs.
Ware, Mrs. Lucas and Miss Wart Wart-mann.
mann. Wart-mann. Admission, 50 cents.

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Tta tir mflg la anoaoally high
AUTO SALES CO., I
Mack Taylor :
:j Ocala, Fla, Phone 348
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WEAVER-STRONG

The Star has received the following

announcement:

"Mr .and Mrs. Eugene D. Strong

announce .the marriage or their
daughter, Genevieve Phillips to Mr.

Arthur Vernon Weaver, on Wednes

day, April 20th, 1921. St. Petersburg,

Florida."

Mr. "Weaver has on several occas

ions visited Ocala at the homes of his

aunt and uncle, Mrs. A. A. Winer and

Mr. S. M. Lummus, and besides his

many friends being interested in the

foregoing announcement, friends of

his mother, Mrs. S. B. Weaver of Mi

ami, will learn with interest of his

marriage, as during her girlhood
days Mrs. Weaver made her home in

Ocala. Mr. Weaver holds a. responsi responsible
ble responsible position with the J. B. Orr Con

struction Company of Miami, 'and is

quite popular there, both socially and

in the business world. During the war
he enlisted in an artillery regiment,
but was soon transferred to the Sec

ond regiment band at Camp Jackson.

Mrs. Weaver is one of St. Peters

burg's most accomplished and popu

lar young ladies. After a wedding
trip to Havana, Mr. and Mrs. Weaver
will return to Miami .to make their
home where the groom has made

ready a cozy bungalow for his bride.

Round Steak
Other Steaks
Brisket Stew
Hamburger

30c
....24
17'2e
...23c

Loin Steaks ..
. Gocd Roast ..
Rib and Flank
Liver

Pork
Pork

Chops
Stew

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

30
......24
16
...... 24

.....25c
25c

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

33c
25c

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

...40c
...20e

-40C
.25c

One FG3UIY
SPECULATOR
is one too
many fortfts

Childish Reading.
The child worships heroes and ac accepts
cepts accepts the printed word as an oracle.
Plausible action, for him. Is not con confined
fined confined to the four walls of his home or
to the street that he knows. And
books in the first reading years do

not seem to reflect comment upon, or
make amends for life. The tale that;
unwinds from their pages Is more real
than reality. Never again, for most;

of us, will come that complete Im Immersion
mersion Immersion In the atmosphere of a story
that Is the even mildly Intelligent
child's Inalienable birthright. Exchange.

The Outline of History by

Wells at THE BOOK SHOP.

H. G.
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KNIGHTS OP 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

Why pay more? Coca-cola 6

at the Vogue. Phones 580-558.

cents
23-tf

WOODMEN OF THE WORLD

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

W. K. Lane, M. D, physician sad
furgeon, specialist eye, ear, nose and
throat. Office over 5 and 10 cent store
Ocala, Fla. Adv. tf

Mesopotamfan Language.
The characters of the language of
Mesopotamia, like the Egyptian, were
originally hieroglyphic, and the sev several
eral several hundred groups of wedges by
means of which the language was ex expressed
pressed expressed in writing, may now be traced
to the original hieroglyphics. One of
the early picture-words was a cres crescent
cent crescent and star, and the picture was
employed to express an incanta incantation
tion incantation or exorcism, or anything capa capable
ble capable of driving the evil spirit from
the body of which It had taken possession.

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Tlie "Thrift' Tire
Quality docs net nec necessarily
essarily necessarily mean high
price but Hood
Tires mean money
saved on your year's
run.

Amy tirrn 4le eart get tlaa fri

mxhr dutnWtiag point. Sm TV
Rata Book.

Hood Rabber PioJucU Conine Vatrrurm. 11am.

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Proper Reading for Children.

It Is in the home that the growing;

mind receives its most lasting lmpres-; sjS
slons. Surround the child with good
reading and you surround him with t -A-friends.
An attractive title and good j f)
Illustrations are no guaranty that the !.

have not time to read books yourself

consult your librarian and let your

.the Imagination but above all some-
thing to warm the heart and Impress jv
the great truths of life. Youth's Com-1

panion.

WE HAVE THE TIRE YOU WANT 1

WHEN YOU WANT IT
"SERVICE" Our Motto
UNITED STATES TIRES HOOD TIRES
ACCESSORIES
SINCLAIR MOTOR OILS
CARS WASHED AND POLISHED-
KUMBAK SERVICE STATION

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.

MARION-DUNN MASONIC LODGE

. Marion-Dunn Lodge No. 19, F. & A.
M., meets on the first and third
Chursday. evenings of each month at
7:30 o'clock until further notice.
J. R. Dey, W. M.
B. L. Adams, Secretary.

Our Bathing" Caps are pretty and
durable. All fresh stock. Gerig's
Drug Store. tf

Explaining a Term.
It Is presumed he is called the ulti ultimate
mate ultimate consumer because he Is the last
nan to get anything. Philadelphia
North American.

"Soaked" Family Doctor.
After a Kentucky judge had fined
his family doctor $50 and costs for
speeding and had sentenced him to Jail
for three days, he went on to say:
"You and I are friends. I am your
lawyer and you are my doctor, but I
am here to administer justice as I ee
1L And you will serve that sentence
In spite of our friendship or what any
of our friends may do." Just wait un until
til until It comes Doc's turn to sit in Judg Judgment
ment Judgment on that Judge 1

YOUNG-MERRM CO-
CIVIL EVGREERS AND SURVEYORS

For a New Umbrella.

Before using a new umbrella' inject j

a small quantity of vaseline Into the : j

Licensed under the laws of the State of Florida
Surveys Plats Reports

Highways

Drainage

hinge portiQn

carefully the vaseline will not spread
and Is a sure preventive against rust.
Also, always stand wet umbrellas on
their handle to dry. This allows the
water to run out of them instead of
Into the part wherethe silk and ribs
meet, thus causing the metal to rust
and the silk t rot. Good Housekeeping.

Cant. Edward Draia is

with as and in charge of our Phos Phosphate
phate Phosphate Mine and Plant Department.

Phosphate
associated

Offices, 3:-34 Holder Eldg.
OCALA, FLORIDA

Phcue No. 543

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

Garcia de Oro. that mild Havana
filler cigar 10c at all dealers. 5-tf

Buy a BOOK A
BOOKSHOP.

WEEK AT THE
10-3t

Prescriptions correctly filled and
promptly delivered. Call 4S5, G. C.
Greene. 2-tf

This is a Studebaker year.



OCaLA EVENING STA&, W2!itelUT. MAT U. 1831

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We dose every
THURSDAY
at one o'clock
daring the Sum Summer
mer Summer months

"R 0 C E

We dose every
THURSDAY
at one o'clock
during the Sun Sunnier
nier Sunnier months

BOTTOM PRICES"
GIVE A NEW JOY TO SHOPPING

AFTER all the years of inflated prices what a de delight
light delight and satisfaction it is to realize that prices
are down to rock bottom again, and that every everything
thing everything you buy is worth every cent and dollar you pay
for it. During all the months that prices have been
coming down, there has been so much uncertainty
about how soon they were going td drop still further,
that one has jiot had any comforting confidence in ex existing
isting existing prices and "most people have restricted their
buying, in order to buy f6r less later on.
Now the time of uncertainty is past
PRICES HAVE DROPPED, AND STOPPED
With the wind-up of the Spring season in the markets
the goods on hand were reduced for the season's clean cleanup;
up; cleanup; but there is no expectation that new prices will be
lower for next season. There is every indication that
prices are at the bottom, and will advance slightly, in
some case3, rather than, go down.
So at can say not only ROCK-BOTTOM PRICES for this grtat
Customers Profit Sharing Sale
but prices that are lower than they will be when
th new goods come again

FOR TOMORROW (Thursday) MORNING ONLY
We have assembled extra specials in order to crowd a
whole day's business into a half day
Remember we close at one o'clock on Tharsdays Clerk's half holiday

OCMJt 0CCURRO1CES

If you have any society items for
the Star, please call five-one.

Miss Mabel Meffert expects to visit
friends in Tallahassee next week.
C
Nice destroys the odor of perspira perspiration,
tion, perspiration, 25 cents at Genu's Drug tSore. tf
Mrs. James Brown of Sanford is
a shopper in the city for the day.

A FEW LINES TO
WISE UP THE FANS

(Continued. from First Page)

the edge on being the best batter on
the team with Clements and Liddell
both pushing him till his tongue is
hanging out. Clements, is ahead of
S trick and but for his slump in the
last game would be far ahead of him.
Go to it "Babe Clements."

Just received men's white serge and
flannel pants. H. A. Waterman, The
Haberdasher. ll-3t

Mr. A. N. Withers of Sebastian is
spending several weeks in the city
with his wife and baby.

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

A big shipment of 9-4
PEPPERELL Bleached Sheeting
Worth 65 cents the yard.
For tomorrow morning only
46c
the yard

LADIES' SILK HOSIERY
in pink, white, and black.
Special

59c
the pair

BLEACHED MUSLIN
36 inches wide, heavy quality
soft fiiysh, worth 2oc a yard.
Extra Special
15 c
the yard

100 OTHER BIG SPECIALS
in every department.
It will pay you to visit our
store every day during this
big sale.

Be Sure to Attend the Concert at the Woman's Club Tomorrow
(Thursday) Night. Benefit Victory Way.

We close every
THURSDAY
at one o'clock
during the Sum Summer
mer Summer months

1FMM

"THE FASHION CENTER"

We close every
THURSDAY
at one o'clock'
during the Sum Summer
mer Summer months

The Ocala Gun Club has built its
range, and the members will have
their first shoot tomorrow afternoon.

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

Mrs.'H. F. Watt is expected home
this evening from Jacksonville, where
she went to hear Geraldine Farrar
sing.

Boys' sport shoes. Just what thfc
boys want. H. A. Waterman, The
Haberdasher. ll-3t

Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Waterman and
child of Ocala were among the week weekend
end weekend visitors in Orlando. Orlando
Sentinel.

A new one by Robert W. Service,
Ballads of a Bohemian, at THE BOOK
SHOP. 10-3t

Dr. and Mrs. Walter Hood left this
morning in their car for Fort Pierce
and Miami ,to spend ten days visiting
with relatives.

Dazira Face Powder is satisfying,
and the odor is dainty. Ask to see it
at Gerig's Drug Store. tf

Dr. Snyder, president of Wofford

College, arrived in Ocala last night

and will speak at the Methodist church
this evening at 8 o'clock.

" Children's play rompers just re received.
ceived. received. H. A. Waterman, The Hab Haberdasher.
erdasher. Haberdasher. ll-6t

Bread prices reduced at Carter's

Bakery: 10c. loaves now 9c; 15c.

loaves 14c. 10-6t
. i

C. E. Aheam and G. E. Morgon,

both of Ocala, spent the, week-end in

Orlando, combining business with

pleasure. Orlando Sentinel.

Miss Marion Rives, who taught
school at Dinsmore, near Jacksonville,

last term, is in the city, the guest of

her sister. Miss Dixie Rives.

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

Mrs. W. D. Shephard and daughter,
Mary are enjoying a visit in Gaines Gainesville
ville Gainesville at the home of the former's par parents,
ents, parents, Dr. and Mrs. J. S. Bodiford.

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

There will be a meeting of the
King's Daughters tomorrow afternoon
at 4 o'clock, at the home of Mrs. F.
G. B. Weihe. All members urged to
attend.

Dr. D. M. Smith left today fr
Santa Fe, New Mexico, where he ex expects
pects expects to spend the summer. His
friends hope he will return much im improved
proved improved in health.

Get your straw hat before your
size goes. H. A. Waterman, The
Haberdasher. ll-3t

Mr. and Mrs. R. H. .Todd, Mr. and
Mrs. Harry Borland, Mr. and Mrs.
John Taylor and Messrs. C. G. Rose,
M. W. Lloyd and J. J. Gerig attended
the installation of the new Rotary
club at Sanford last evening.'

After a delightful visit in this city
with their cousin, Mrs. N. K. Higgin Higgin-botham,
botham, Higgin-botham, Misses Irene Baskin of Cleai Cleai-water
water Cleai-water and Miss Julia Meadows of
Ocala, have returned to their respec respective
tive respective homes. Gainesville News.

Distinguished guests of the Rotary

Club yesterday were Gen. W. E. Mc-

G aha gin, brave old Confederate vet

eran and good citizen, and Mr. Mar Martin
tin Martin Caraballo of Tampa, a prominent

lawyer and leading democratic elector
in last year's campaign.

All Garcia de Oro cigars wrapped in

tinfoil 10c at aU dealers. 5-tf

The concert for the benefit of Vic

tory Way which was postponed last

week, on account of the mission be being
ing being conducted afthe Episcopal church

by Mr. Blandford, will take place to

morrow evening at the Woman's Club
at 8 o'clock.' Admission is 50 cents
and a full house is anticipated.

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

Mr. and Mrs. T. O. Thrash and
family of Asheville, N. C. are recent
new comersto Ocala. They have pur purchased
chased purchased the R. C. Bailey farm on the
Shady road and expect to extensively
improve the same. They are also con conducting
ducting conducting a dairy which when in full
operation will be on a large scale.

UNCLASSIFIED
ADVERTISEMENTS
.VANTLI). LOST, f'OUND, FOR
SALE. FOR KENT AND SIM SIMILAR
ILAR SIMILAR LOCAL NEEDS

Rates: Six linos, maximum, one time.
25c; three times, 50c.; six times ?5c.;

one month. $3. Payable in advance.

Mrs. Pearl Raysor and daughter,
Mary of Waynesville. N. C, who have
been visitors in the city for the past
four months, will leave Thursday fof
their home. The friends that they
have made trust for a return visit
from them in the fall.

Boys sport and blouse waists, 75c
and $1. H. A. Waterman, The Hab Haberdasher.
erdasher. Haberdasher. ll-3t

Mrs. H. M. Hampton will leave the
latter part of the week for Jackson Jacksonville
ville Jacksonville for a several days visit at the
home of Miss Percy Saunders. Mm.
Hampton will sing at the wedding of
Miss Saunders to Mr. Frank Free Free-land
land Free-land of Durham, S. C, which will be
a Irrge event taking place next Tues Tuesday
day Tuesday evening at St. John's Episcopal
church.

Messrs. J. W. Davis of Ocala,
Charles Davis of Summerfield and
French of Belleview have taken on
the sales agency for the Premocar.
The Premocar is manufactured by the
Preston Motors Corporation of Bir Birmingham,
mingham, Birmingham, Ala. It is a six-cylinder
car with all standard units and pleas pleasing
ing pleasing body lines. The Preniocar has
a Falls motor, Timkin rear axel, Borg
& Berg clutch, Spicer universal, dy dynamo
namo dynamo starting and lighting system
and other units tf like worth. It is a
good looking car, rides easy and
should be a good seller for these gentlemen.

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

Mack Taylor, thej moving spirit of
the Auto Sales Co., and associated en enterprises,
terprises, enterprises, is in more ways than one
making his business neighbors sit up
and take notice. Since his coming to
Ocala he has demonstrated his busi business
ness business ability and not be is proving to
the public that he has an eye for the
artistic, which is apparent to any one
passing by his place of bu sines.
Beautifying his office, are two hand handsome
some handsome cedars and several boxes of
ferns which will soon be in full growth
and at his service station across the
way he has set out a hedge which in
- few weeks will make quite a show.
It brightens the spirits of the Star's
tired workers to take a peep at all
this greenery.

Caus of Earthquake.
Modern geological science holds that
earthquakes are due to faulting."
"Faults" are breaks In the strata of
the earth's surface, the broken edges
lipping past each other so that th
same rock Is found at different levels
on opposite sides of the fault These
breaks create weak places In the
earth's crust. 'and from time to time time-more
more time-more slipping occurs. When this hap happens,
pens, happens, do earthquake of greater or less
violence Is the result.

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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

New Perch for ths Fisherman.
A new sport followed to some extent
long the Pacific coat Is that of Ash Ashing
ing Ashing from airships of the 'Blimp type.
The fishermen ascend to a height
where they can readily spot school
of fish and then they descend and drift
along with the fish. Doverlng over the
water they pull in the fish as fast as
they can throw over their lines.

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

WANTED An experienced business
woman wishes position for summer
or longer; typewriting, cashier or
bookkeeping. Address, Miss B, care
Star. w 9-6t

FOR 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, stoFe room and servant's room
above. See Sanchez street or
paone 187. 5-Ct

FOR SALE One seven-room, two six six-room
room six-room and two five-room bungalows;
ALL BARGAINS. Own your own

home and improvements and save

raided rents and having to move.
One cottage six rooms to rent May
16th., See L. M. Murray, Room 5,
Hoider block, Ocala. 5-t

FOR SALE--One good milk cow. In

quire of Mrs. Harriet Turner, at
Farmers Exchange tSore. 11 -9t

FOR SALE Two gooj milk cows.

both fresh. Apply to C F. Law Lawrence,
rence, Lawrence, 123 N. Sanchez street." 11-Ct

FOR SALE Furniture in excellent

condition. Prices reasonable. Apply
at 2S N. Sanchez street. ll-3t

FOR SALE Sanitary milk and but

ter. Milk 40c. to 60c. per gallon;
butter 50c. per pound. Delivered ev every
ery every morning. Evening delivery will
bes'in soon: Phone 35M or" address
T. O. Thrash, Route A, Ocala. 116t

WANTED At once, white woman to
work in dairy and do general house housework.
work. housework. No objections to children. A
good home to right party. Phone
35M or address T. O. Thrash, Route
A, Ocr-la. ll-6t

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 Advertising
tising Advertising rates on request. We "wel

come inquiries.

6-6t

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

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. Will do filing, typing and
general office work. References. Ad Address,
dress, Address, "Stenographer, care Ocala
Star. 7-6t
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 road Sunday. Con Contained
tained Contained lady's and child's clthin?,
. 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-Gt
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.,
Hal 9-6t

LOST Near dormitory last week,
four shirts from family 'wash. If
found please return to Star office.
Suitable reward. 10-3t
SHOW CASE FOR SALE Counter
case, three shelves, ad justable shelf
rack, mirror back, bevel plate glass
top, oak finish, solid base. Good
value for quick sale. Apply to the
Weihe Company. 11-tf

WANTED A position. If you want a
man to fill any position write "Po "Position,
sition, "Position, care of the Star. I may be
.the man you want. ll-3t

Pronunciation of -"Viking."
"Yfklns:"" h Nor woni. the Kng Kng-Itsh
Itsh Kng-Itsh form of wliicli l "wickin. It
oughT not to l-f pronounced a "Ti "Tiki
ki "Tiki n 5" tiny mrp Mi;n '!: French words
kalf ari'l g:tlrvil Hi- ihunc aljctiva
"velk" i.ipan "iiU" 1:1 Knpllslu The
Tikinjrs were snyilnnx nut weak. In
fact, ih'sj hnrred one from ever
being accvpted ns a i-ieraher of the
dare-le-H band of rIMnss. The very
Idea of e-.rtrt;s therefore Inad Inad-mIsiMe
mIsiMe Inad-mIsiMe In cfxini !iii with the heroic
word iklti.

'l',:,V v t fo i J '! Jr
yd- r &mss.

IF YOU'RE V
SEARCHING
for Expert Vulcanizing,
throw your Headlight
cn our shop. We are
Experts st this fccsiness
and cur work is
GUARA NJE ED

BLALOCK BROS.
VULCANIZING
Ocala House Block

NEED RAM MOTOR-CO.
General Auto Repairing
and Storage

Qirs
Cars

Gasoline, Oil and Grease
USED CARS FOR SALE
Washed J1.00
Polished .50

Oklawaha' Ave. & Orange St
Phone 252

in

1!

SCHEDULES

Arrival and departure of passenger
trains at OCALA UNION STATION.
The following schedule figures pub published
lished published as infonnation and not guar guaranteed.
anteed. guaranteed. (Eastern Standard Time)
SEABOARD AIR LINE RAILROAD
Leave Arrive
2:20 am Jacksrnville-NTork 2:10 am
1:55 pm -Jacksonville 1:50 pm
4:17 fm Jacksonville 3:50 pa

2: lo am l&mpa-

Manatee-St Petrsbre 4:05 pm

rnr cat v t o t.nn i 2:53 am N'York-St. Petrsbre 1:35 am

, 1 v 1 2:loam Tampa 2:15

good bam and garage, also chicken

house, smokehouse and wood shed.
In addition to all city conveniences
has soft water in kitchen. On a two-acre-
lot with plenty of. shade, but

no nndererowth. Well located, in s

good neighborhood with

neighbors. Will sell for $1500 cash,
balance one and two years. Apply
at 1145 S. Orange St., or write P.
O. Box 180, Ocala, Fla. ll-Ct

FORD TRUCK FOR SALE J 125.
'Apply to Carroll Motors. Co. ll-2t

1:50 pm -Tampa-Manatee 1:35 pm

t;uo n lampa-St. I'etrsurg 4:0a pm
ATLANTIC COAST LINE R. R.
Leave Arrive
2:27 am Jacksonviile-NTork 2:33 am
1:45 pm Jksonville-Gainsville 3:24 pm

, t m n Ti rl 1 1n.11

iif io:usm WKsonvuie-uansvuie iu;io pm
excellent In.oo o. t-i 1 1. 1 I n.nt

3:24 pm StPetsbrg-Lakeland 1:25 pm
7:10 am Dunnellon-Wilcox
7:25 am Danellon-Lkeland 11:03 pm
3:30 pm Homosassa 1:25 pm
10:15 pm Leesburg 6:42 am
1:45 pm Gainesville 11:50 am
MonJay, Wednesday, Friday.
Tuesday. Thursday, Saturday.

( V. ROBERTS. Phone 305

BARNEY SPENCER, Phone 431

, ROBERTS & SPr NCER
Funeral Directors and Embalmers
Private Morgue and Chapel. Personal Service to all.
Motor Equipment. Cofiins and Caskets Deliveied.

Office Phone 350

Ocala, Florida

217 West Broadway

The friends of Rev. and Mrs. C. C.
Frazier and family of Bushnell are
giving them a cordial welcome to the

city. They are guests at the home of

Rev. and Mrs. C. W. White and are
here at this time to attend the dis

trict conference.

Rotarians from Ocala, Jackson Jacksonville,
ville, Jacksonville, St. Augustine, Palatka, Lake Lakeland..
land.. Lakeland.. St. Petersburg and Daytona
were entertained most handsomely
last niglit by the Sanford Rotary Club.
The Ocalans present were Messrs. J.
J. Gerig, Milby Lloyd, John Taylor,
Harry Borland and C G. Rose. They
report the Sanford Rotes as being un unexcelled
excelled unexcelled in hospitality.

TEI IS A STUDEBAKER YEAR

VISIT
Our Splendidly Equipped Repair Shop
See How Well We Are Prepared to Fix Your AutomobUe
MUKPBIYrMOTOK COMPANY V

V?

Main Street, Opposite Ocala Iron Works

OCALA, FLORIDA

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