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The Ocala evening star
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Ocala Evening Star
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WEATXEE2 FOSTXAT
Unsettled weather wiih
probably showers tonight
and Tuesday; no charge
in temperature.
TEMPERATURE
This morning, 63.
This afternoon, 78.
VOL 27
OGAU. FLORIDA, MONDAY, MAY 16. 1921
NO. 115
AIMER PROP
KNOCKED OUT
TEMIIESSEE WILL
BEGIll HER TRIALS
RAID HAS BROKEIL
AIHIUAL FMC ilEPIHG FEDERAL
111 FEHI TACTICS
OF THE AURORA
TROOPS Oil CALL

OCALA

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MURDER ID AOS I

FLORIDA RECORDS

From

Under the Rummies by
Latest Decision of the
Supreme Court

this

(Associated Press
Washington, May 16. Require Requirements
ments Requirements that the prohibition amendment
he ratified within seven years by
three-fourths of the states dqes not
invalidate the entire measure, the su supreme
preme supreme court ruled today.
GOVERNMENT WON
The government won today in" the
supreme court its contention that in increased
creased increased value of any capital asset
jnuts be considered in corporation
profits when taxes are computed.
Hundred a of millions of dollars in

profits taxes are involved in the case
which is characterized by the govern govern-ment
ment govern-ment as the "most important legal
suit affecting federal finances to arise
in several decades.
GEORGIA COURT REVERSED
Federal reserve banks have no right
to insist on par collection of checks
of member banks, the supreme court
ruled today in effect. The court re reversed
versed reversed decrees of the Georgia courts
which had refused to enjoin the Fed Federal
eral Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta from
taking steps to force collection of
checks drawn on several Georgia

state non-member banks.

Superdread naught was Prevented for
Nearly a Year from Testing
Its Greatest Speed

(Ajjsoeia-ted Press)
' Rockland, Maine, May 16 The
superdreadnaught Tennessee went into
Penobscot bay today to begin her trail
runs. The tests had been deferred
several times by major machinery
mishaps since the vessel was commis commissioned
sioned commissioned nearly a year ago.
PICNIC SATURDAY

. There will be a picnic and fish fry
at Martin Lake, Saturday, May 28th.

Martin Lake is three miles south of

Eureka, in front of J. N. Brinson's
residence.

COMMENCING A SOUL-

WINNING CAMPAIGN

STOLE NEAR EAST
RELIEF MONEY

-Some person who has no soul at all
crawled over the rear transom int.,
Albert Gerig's news store Saturday
night and, finding that Albert had

absent-mindedly locked all his cash up,
robbed the Near East Relief card,
which held over fifteen dollars. This
person was slick enough to leave no

traces, but he forget there is a here

after. -x r :

Any two-legged skunk who would
rob such a worthy cause would steal
his mother's wedding ring and pawn

it for the price of, a drink of hootch

f Associated Pres)

Chattanooga, May 16. An intens

ive evangelistic campaign calculated
to reach all local Baptist churches in

the country and obtain their co

operation in a plan to enlist all their

members in soul winning during the

coming year was adopted -oy tne

Southern Baptist Convention today.
Denunciation of motion pictures as at
present exhibited is contained in the
annual report of the social service
committee. The renort also called

upon local churches to' take a positive
stand against modern dances and mob

aw.

DELIBERATELY DERAILED

Chicago and Alton Hummer Ran Into

Open Switch

-An in

v (Associated Press)
Bloom ington, 111., May 16

vestigation of the wreck last night of
the Chicago & Alton Hummer, a fast
Kansas City passenger train, in which

a score of persons were injured, in

dicated the train was deliberately de-

. railed, according to railroad officials
The engine, ran into an open switch

although the train apparently had
clear track. ...

MRS. MAHONEY

Daughter

of Former Governor of

Ohio is Dead

(Associated Press)

Dayton, May 16 Mrs. Helen Cox

Mahoney, aged 25, daughter of former
Governor James M. Cox, democratic
presidential candidate, died suddenly

- at her home here today. ...
Giij, ....

ARMY PLANS TO CO

OPERATE WITH AMATEUR

WIRELESS OPERATORS

Practically Two Inches Has Poured

Down on Every Part of the
Peninsula

' (Associated Press)
Tampa, May 16. Practically all of

peninsular Florida received two, in

ches or more of rain since three o'clock

Saturday afternoon, according to the

weather bureau here. More ram is
predicted for today and tonight with

clearing skies tomorrow.

TERRIFIC DOWNPOUR IX TAMPA

All records for 24 hours rainfall

here were broken between 3 p.m. Sat

urday and the same hour Sunday, 3.75

inches falling. The previous record.

3.6 inches, was made in May, 1902.

HIT DELAND HEAVY

DeLand, May 16. Rain with hail

which struck DeLand Saturday after afternoon,
noon, afternoon, put the electric and telephone

wires out of commission. The hail

considerably damaged the watermel

ons and citrus fruit. Some 360 tele telephones
phones telephones were rendered useless. Six
inches of rain had fallen up to this
morning and the precipitation is continuing.

Unarmed Men and Women Shot from

Ambu&h. Women and Children
Bound Hand and Foot and Left in
their Burning Home.

PRESIDENT PRESENTED
WITH A PAIR OF BLANKETS

Walpole, N. II., May 15. The Che Che-shine
shine Che-shine County Farm Bureau has issued
blanket insurance against a presiden presidential
tial presidential chill by sending a pair of fleecy
bed coverings to the White House.
These were manufactured from wool
sheared from sheep raised on the hills
of New Hampshire. In a letter ac

companying the gift State Senator

Fred O. Smalley said:

"You will be interested -to know
that the farmerahad practically their
entire 1920 wool crop converted into

blankets, about 500 pairs in all. These
blankets, by the way, are the old
fashioned kind, such as our" grand

mothers used to make. By securing
a market in this way we have been
able to obtain a price of about 40

cents a pound for the- raw wool, which
was better than no market at all.
President Harding's reply said:
"I have read with a great deal of
interest your letter, and am especially
pleased to have 1 the blankets which
you were good enough to present to
me on behalf of the Cheshine County

Farm Bureau

Geenral Morrison's headquarters at

Fort McPherson, Ga., announce that

in the near future complete plans will

be ready for promulgation relative to

the signal reserve corps. This organ

ization is to be composed of civilians
who desire training along the lines' of

signal corps activities, especially in

radio telegraphy and telephony. It is

contemplated establishing small units

of the' signal reserve corps in various
cities and towns throughout the

fourth corps area, which comprises

the Southern states. These units will

receive instruction not only by means

of lessons, examinations, etc., through

correspondence, from time to time,

but by actual practice in radio tele telegraphy
graphy telegraphy and telephony through the op operation
eration operation of government radio "stations

working with amateur .radio stations.

The signal corps has, at thiis time,
130 reserve officers. It is contem contemplated
plated contemplated incerasimr this number consid considerably
erably considerably in the near future, and it is de desired
sired desired to obtain an enlisted strength
of signal reserve corps so that in case
v femergency the signal corps will be
I ?A A 1 1 A

in position io immediately xumisn a
trained, competent personnel to ade adequately
quately adequately perform all of the duties re required
quired required of the signal corps, and have
this force available to answer any
sudden calls for trained men in every

capacity.

The enlisted reserve corps will be

under the direct control of the war de

partment and cannot be called out ex except
cept except by executive order of the presi president,
dent, president, and then only in case of emerg emergency,
ency, emergency, with the exception of fifteen
days each year for actual field train

ing, for which time they will reecive

reimbursement not only for their

traveling expenses to and from the
camp, but will also receive the pay
and subsistence allowed soldiers in the
regular army of equal grade.

a ne signal omcer, iourth corps
area, Fort McPherson, Ga., desires to
get in, touch with all men who would

uv imeresieu in joining we signal re

serve corps. It is believed that the

theoretical and practical training in

radio and other signal corps work

wi!l be of value to all of the men re

ceiving this instruction, not only as

increasing their potential value to the

government in time of emergency, but

also as a real and practical advantage

to them in securing further advance

ment in civil life.

(Associated Press)
Dublin, May 16. Three government

officers and the wife of one were shot

and killed from ambush last night at

Ballyeirn, four miles from Gort. Coun

ty Galaway. The victims were Dis District
trict District Inspector Blake and wife, Cap

tain Cornwallis and Lieut. McCreery.
The party were riding in an automo

bile when ambushed by forty men.
COWARDLY REVENGE

Liverpool, May 16. Six houses in
widely separated parts of Liverpool

were raided and set" on fire by uniden
tified parties last night. The occu
pants of every house visited have rel
atives in the Royal Irish constabu

lary. The inmates in some cases were

gagged and bound, the furniture

drenched with kerosene and set on fire
and in some instances the helpless

people were left to the mercy of the

flames while the raiders fled.

MAY ARRANGE A MEETING

Dublin, May 16. Premier Lloyd

George, says the Freeman's Journal,

has offered to meet Eamon de Valera

or other Irish republican leaders with

The atmospheric disturbance felt out conditions. De la Valera, adds

not only on this continent but in Eu- the newspaper, replied if the premier

trope has been prevalent in Ocala and! made such a statement publicly he

vicinity. There was a good rain Fn-1 would give a public reply,

day, a better one Saturday, a storm

Sunday and the first cousin of a MEMORIAL DAY

cloudburst today.

Today's storm rather shook things Memorial Day, which takes place

up, played hankypanky with the tele-1 the 30th of this month, will be most

phone wires, installed a firstclass lake appropriately observed in Ocala. One

in the union station plaza and lastl0f the most elaborate affairs comme-

but not least bit a large section outjmrating this occasion will take place

of the southeast corner of the Meth-1 at the entrance to Victory Way, when

odist church. the members of the Woman's Club

This building is having ar large ad-J win conduct exercises unveiling the

dition made to it, and there is an ex- pillars that mark the entrance to the

cavation m.its rear for the intended Victory Wav. which is a memorial to

basement. The ground was so dry the sons of the members of the Worn

and hard that no one thought it would ans dub who rendered service during

give, but when the rain began pour- the world war. To those desiring

mg yesterday it soon put several in- poppies for this occasion, we are re-

ches of water in this hole, which seep-1 quested to announce that they can ob-

ed into the ground under the founda- same by phoning orders to Mrs

STORM FELT HEAVILY
IN OUR CITY

tion, causing it to give away.

The whole rear wall of the Sunday
school room fell and about, ten feet

of the sidewall. Not so. much damage

is done, as the rear wall would have

been taken out anyhow.

G. W. Martin, Mrs. J.

Mrs. William Jeffcoat.

W. Davis or

WILLIAM J. HOGAN

SMALL SALARIES

FOR BAPTIST MINISTERS

Mr. Wm. J. Hogan died at.his home

at Lacota at an early hour Suturday

morning. Mr. Hogan was 82 years

old and had lived across the river for

many years. He had a great many

friends who will be grieved to learn

Brings on an Electric Storm and Puts

Telegraph Commknication
on the Blink

(Associated Press)
London, May 16. Telegraph and

telephone lines in Great Britain and
throughout northern Europe were
seriously interrupted by a great mag magnetic
netic magnetic storm which virtually paralyzed

wire transmission in the United
States Saturday night and Sunday.
The' cables between England and the

United States were affected this morn morning
ing morning and transmission was badly delayed.

RELUCTANT TO QUIT
New York, May 16. The Aurora

Borealis annual spring frolic with

telegraph and cable lines which has

interrupted transmission in this coun

try intermittently since Friday night,
continued today. The 'wire companies
expressed the belief, however, that
the magnetic tremors had- nearly

spent themselves. The cable com companies
panies companies reported many of their receiv receiving
ing receiving coils burned but, while the wire wireless
less wireless stations were also affected. Every
telegraph company reported serious
delay in transmission.

President Harding, for the Present,
Will Hold Martial Law
Proclamations

SENIORS ENTERTAINED

BY THE FRESHMEN

Chattanooga, May 16 The average

salary of the nearly 10,000 white Bap

tist ministers of the South is barely of his death.

ssnn vpar. Dr. William Lunsfnrd. Mr. Hogan leaves to mourn his

secretary of the relief and annuity I death one son, C. H. Hogan, and

hnard of the Southern Rantist Cnnven-1 daughter, Mrs. Kelly, who was with

tion, reported to the convention here him through all of his sickness.

today. Not more tha none out of ten The funeral services were held this

of these ministers receives as much I af ternoon at 2:30 o clock from the
as $1500 per year. jOklawaha church, and interment was

It was with a view to providing j made in the family plot at the church

ministers, who have spent their lives cemetery, bam K. Fyles & Co., iuner-

working for inadequate salaries, with al directors, were in charge of the ar-

a support for their declining years I rangements.

that the relief and annuity board was

organized and located at Dallas, Tex.

three years ago. A report of marked

progress in this work was submitted William Duncan Cook, two years
by Dr. Lunsford. He shows the board old and the youngest child of Mr. and

is now serving nearly 800 beneficiar- Mrs- w- H- died last niSht at

ies. or practically twice the number the home of his parents at J-ort Mc

served bv the various states nrior tolCoy- The funeral took place at tort

the organization of the board. The picixy mis aiternoon. airs. kamk. is

allowance made these beneficiaries has a daughter of Mr. J. V. Tarver of this

increased on the average from forty Clty and has many mends here who

to sixty per cent, over what was given

Last Friday afternoon at the home

of Miss Margaret Gerig, the fresh

men class of the Ocala high school, of
which Margaret is a member, gave
the seniors a regular "kid party,"

which proved quite a joyous time. All

sorts of sportive and entertaining
games had been arranged by these
young entertainers and there was not
a dull moment during the entire eve

ning. f

The. spacious grounds where the

guests assembled were brightened and
made exceedingly attractive by a

number of colored electric globes.
Present with the class were the prin

cipal, Professor Hensley, Mr. English

and his bride and the high school
teachers, Misses Shellie Souter, Ma Mamie
mie Mamie Sheppard, Mabel Beck and Winnie

Lee Bell.
Nat Mayo and Elizabeth Home
proved the most successful at the
stunt games and were awarded with
appropriate prizes. At the fish pond
there were unique gifts, which every
guest had the privilege of fishing for.
During the evening's entertainment,
ice cream, popcorn, and all-day suck suckers
ers suckers were served. This was indeed a
merry occasion and one that will al always
ways always be remembered by the seniors
as one of the jolliest times of their
school days.

a FINE COUNTRY FOR FARMERS

WILLIAMDUNCAN COOK

will learn with much. regret of the
death of her little son. Roberts &

Spencer had charge of the funeral

arrangements.

by the states working individually. A

total or $117,410.08 was given in

benefits during, the year to aged
preachers, their widows and orphans,

through the agency of the board, the

i . ,,.AA .. Ocala Lodge No. 19. Conventions
langed from ?60 to $600, as the merits heM every 7:3(J
of the case demanded and the funds oV;lock at the OTer the G

KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS

ORDER OF EASTERN STAR

Ocala Chapter No. 29, O. E. S
meets at the Masonic hall the second
and fourth Thursday eveninsrs of each

nease let me assure j month at 8 o'clock.

you ana your associates that 1 am
very much gratified by this evidence
of your good 'Will.
This is a Studebaker year. tf

Mrs. Rosalie Condon, W. M.

Mrs. Susan Cook. Secretary.
Headquarters for gent's furnish furnishings
ings furnishings and sporting goods. JAKE'S. 2t

of the board would permit.

The board has been able to carry
on its work without incurring debt,

without borrowing funds, and has

paid all its stipends on time. In ad

dition to the receipts from the 75

million campaign the board has within

the past few months received $300,000

from John D. Rockefeller Sr.. and
now has an endowment and reserve

C Greene Co. drugstore. A cordial

velcome to visiting brothers.

Tom Proctor, C C
Chas. K. Sage, K. of R. & S

New Ford touring car. Just bought

it but don't need it. It is at the Ford

Garage; $575. James Hall, phone 218.

Nice destroys the odor of perspira

fund, the increase from which will de- Zo cents at Ceng's vrvg toore. tr

fray all the board's expenses in the

future. This will enable it to apply
all its future receipts to its relief and

annuity work. The accumulated as

sets or the board, including the en endowment
dowment endowment and reserves for both its

relief and annuity work, now total

more than $700,000.

BE ARE

Riga, April 23. Correspondence of

the Associated Press). A decree is

sued by the soviet government to put

into effect the decision of the last so-

viet congress permits trade in sur

plus foodstuffs under certain restric restrictions,
tions, restrictions, says a report here from Mos

cow.

It provides that 144,000,000 bushels

of the 210,000,000 bushels of grain

necessary for the feeding of the
towns and cities shall be taken from
the farmers by levy; the remainder to

be purchased from them by giving

them in exchange machinery, cloth,

iron and other articles.

Freedom of trade is to be permitted

only in districts which have paid their
taxes. x

It will be necessary, it is said, to

obtain the machinery for the farmers

abroad, but the other commodities

could be produced at home except for

the breakdown of production due to

the lack of fuel and raw materials.

For the present the only produce

i or exchange witn trie peasants is

salt and oil. Here again, it is pointed

out, there is a difficulty in. the matter
of transportation, although both salt

and oil themselves are abundant.

All control and restrictions affect

A A S

mg tne transport oz supplies are

abolished.-Punishment is provided,

however, for selling grain without

saving seed.

The decree is regarded by the news

paper rravaa as a sorrowrui neces necessity.
sity. necessity. The government, it says, was

compelled to issue the order to induce

the peasants to labor on their land.

The Russian farmer had threatened

to leave much of their holdings uneul

tivated so there would be nothing to

confiscate.

(Associated Press
Washington, May 16. Senatar
Sutherland of West Virginia, called on.
Secretary Weeks today to urge" him
to promulgate the proclamations sign signed
ed signed Saturday by President Harding,
declaring martial law in the strike
area of West Virginia and Kentucky.
TROOPS READY IF WANTED
Washington, May 15. Proclama Proclamations
tions Proclamations were signed by President Harding-
late yesterday declaring a state
of martial law in Mingo county, W.
Va and Pike county. Ky along the
interstate boundary, the area, affected
by the coal strike riots. The procla proclamations
mations proclamations were turned over to Secre Secretary
tary Secretary of War Weeks to be issued at his
discretion should reports from the
trouble region make such action neces-

sary.

At the war department orders were
prepared immediately after the sign signing
ing signing of the proclamation informing
Major-General George W. Read, com commanding
manding commanding the Fifth corps, at Fort Ben Benjamin
jamin Benjamin Harrison, of the president's ac action
tion action and ordering him to hold a suf sufficient
ficient sufficient number of troops in readiness
to make martial law effective in the
area apprehended by the president's
proclamation.
When President Harding decided on
the drastic action as a result of the
conference with Secretary Weeks and

senator Sutherland or west Virginia,
it was intended that -the proclama proclamations
tions proclamations should be issued immediately. A
fev moments after they were signed,
however, a telegram was received at
the White House from Governor Mor Morrow
row Morrow of. Kentucky announcing that the
situation looked better and that state
troops had been ordered to patrol the
Kentucky side of the border.
It was this information that caused
the postponement of the issuance of
the proclaamtions. After another con conference
ference conference with Mr. Weeks the president
decided to leave the taiers in the.

war setretary's hands and to give
him authority to issue them at his
discretion. Secretary Weeks imme immediately
diately immediately returned to the the war de department
partment department and instructed Major Gen General
eral General Harsh to prepare orders and take
the necessary steps to make martial
law effective should the proclamations

be promulgated.

President Harding was influenced

in his decision, it was understood, by
his conversation with Senator Suther

land. The senator took to the White

louse a number of appeals from citi

zens of West Virginia declaring that
the situation was beyond the control

of the state authorities and that fed federal
eral federal aid was neecssary. One telegram

from C. R. Wilson at Huntington, said

that the people of Matewan, W. Va-,

vrere being "shot down like rats.

Unclassified ads. gets results.

CARPENTIER ARRIVED

(Associated Press)
New York, May 16. Georges Car-

pentier arrived here today to start

raining for his world's championship

out with Jack Dempsey in Jersey

City, July 2nd. The training quarters

of Carpentier will be at Manhasset,
L. I.

ST.

PETE MUNICIPAL PLANTS
PILING UP'NEAT SURPLUS

St. Petersburg, May 15. St. Pe

tersburg's muniicpal gas plant gained

1230 new customers during the last

year, according to statistics issued by

R. E. Ludwig, director of public util utilities.
ities. utilities. There now are 5059 meters in

service.

The municipal railways in April

showed a gain of about 21 per cent in

lusiness over April of last year, the

cars having carried 240,023 passen

gers while cash fares collected total totaled
ed totaled 197,501 passengers and the cash
fares amounted to $9804. The lines
operate on a straight five cent fare.

Revenue from the city owned ultHi ultHi-ties,
ties, ultHi-ties, which also include the water sys system,
tem, system, has shown a healthy increase
month by month and notwithstanding'
that rates are low, all are paling up s
surplus.

Meet me at the Union Station
Restaurant for a regular family style
dinner Eest dinner in the state for 75
cest3. Eat and drink all you want.
Dinner 11 a. m. to 2:30 p. m. Owned
and operated by 100 Americans, tf



OCALA EVENING STAR, MONDAY, MAY 16. 1921

Ocala Evening Star

rakllsaett Every Oar Eiccut Sn4 J
STAR PUBLISHING COMPANY.
OCALA. FLORIDA.

r.d let

tm:o

tried to make even such an ordinary

thing as a daily paper a gem of neat neatness
ness neatness and accuracy seem to have gone

to Valhalla, and the men who have i definite and final answer.

tol-on tVioi- n1ais 9ra mnctl V Krt.P"r i Up nrHriao f-r HarV V. rV cr f

qualified to be bricklayers than typos.

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uaciw w normal cvnuiwou m.a
give politics a rest until the

ripe, then I shall certainly vaak- a.

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K. R. Carrall. Prealdeat

r. V. LeaveaKOod. Seerelarr-Treanure

J. H. Ileajaiala. Editor

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Entered at Ocala, Flu., postoftiee a
econd-clasa matter.

Baataeaa Office Flt-0
C41tarial Oaartmrat .....,Tw-Seri
Sac-let Reporter .... FIve-Oae
HKMBKK 1S90CIATED PKESH
"be Associated Press U exclusive!
entitled for the use tor republication of
all news dispatches credited to it or
not otherwise credUed in this paper ana
also the local news published liereir.
411 rights of republication of special
4l9Datcbes herein are aio reserved.

DAILY REPORT ON THE
WATER3IELON 3IARKET

i 1.

district. We are tolerably su.e no
man in it can defeat him,' bat if h. h.-tries
tries h.-tries for the Senate he may find he is
trying to "Kiver a little too much Ur Ur-ritory."
ritory." Ur-ritory."

DOMESTIC SfBSCIllPTlOX RATE
One year, in advance i...8.t
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subsequent insertion. One change a
frees: allowed on readers without extra
composition charges.
Legal advertisements it legal rates.

Mr. M. S. Wiggins, representing J

the United States bureau of markets, BORLAND HYPNOTIZED

WE CORDIALLY INVITE YOU
. To Inspect Our

UP-TO-DATE

has established himself at the Marion
County Board of Trade for Florida's
watermelon shipping season, and to today
day today begins the mailing out of daily
marfcet reports to the melon growers
throughout the state. The market
reports on the melon market are avail available
able available free to all who wish them and
will make requests of Mr. Wiggins
for them.

Dark-haired people are more liable

to insanity than the fair-haired.

Tampa Times.

How about the erray-haired, the

white-haired and the no-haired?

There is a bill pending in the legis legislature
lature legislature to. raise the price of marriage

licenses to three dollars apiece. We
advise the boys and girls to tie up im immediately.
mediately. immediately. A dollar is1 worth saving
these hard times.

THE ENTIRE iUNlH

The Tampa Tribune woefully weeps
that the two cents a barrel tax on
crude oil proposed in Hunter's bill
would keep oil-carrying shipping out
of Jacksonville, Tampa and other
Florida ports. We don't see why, un unless,
less, unless, men who sell oil want to pay
railroad, which are much higher than
water, rates. A few months ago,
crude oil was selling at about twice
its present rates. Did that divert the
shipping from Florida ports?

We have just discovered the sudden
popularity of the Ocala Gun Club. The
Star says:v '. '. The trap is

planted in a cellar, and has a sub

stantial cover of brick and wood sheet

ed on top with waterproof material

-Tampa Tribune.
Popularity is the good word. Come
on up and see the boys shoot. Then
we'll take you' into what is left qf the
Ocala National Forest and try to let
yon obtain some first-hand informa information
tion information about the "range men" who live
there.

One of the adherents of the interests
in Tallahassee, in opposing Hunter's
oil bill, wept a few crocodile tears

over the poor farmer, whose "humble
oil lamp would be over-taxed. Mr.
Hunter, replied that the poor farmer
would have to pay a fraction of a cent
a gallon tax, that is, if the oil sellers
didn't add any more than the tax to
the cost of his oil.. On the other hand,
if the bill becomes law, it will lift a
good deal of the tax burden off the
shoulders of -the poor farmers and the
other poor people.

A resolution approving national

disarmament, introduced in the Bap

tist convention at Chattanooga, was

referred to a committee, but will
probably pass the convention later in

its session. It ought to pass. Unless

the religious bodies of this country go

strongly on record against militarism
the war spirit will become so firmly
entrenched that nothing on earth can
stop it. Already, it constitutes the
greatest' menace that ever confronted
civilization. America, alone, of all
the great nations, is in position to
take the lead. Instead of doing so,
however, it i3 joining with the mili military
tary military oligarchies of Europe and lending
its aid and comfort to the indefinite
prolongation of the present state of
virtual war. It is the spirit of Na Napoleon
poleon Napoleon against the spirit of Christ,
and it may as well be conceded that
the anniversary of 1 Napoleon's death

was the occasion of a greater demon

stration than the Prince of Peace has

received in a good many years.
Lakeland Telegram.

Don't become so agitated, Harry.

Perhaps Christ and Napoleon were
not so far apart as you think. Na

poleon's wars were the outcome of
the French revolution, and were

caused by the Austrians, Prussians,

Russians and particularly the English
trying to smother the spirit of liberty

in France. If they had let France
alone, instead of trying to put the
people back under the reign of the
degenerate Bourbons, Napoleon would
never have been any more than a
corps commander. He was always
wise enough to strike first, but nearly
all of his wars were defensive. Na Napoleon
poleon Napoleon : was very democratic; he was
a soldier among his soldiers, and a

citizen among his people; lie gave
France good laws; he did more to es establish
tablish establish the spirit of liberty in Europe
than any other man, and he would
have made western Europe, pros prosperous
perous prosperous and happy, if it hadn't been for
the combination of kings, slaves and

traitors that united to pull him down.
The main trouble about Napoleon in
America is that America obtains its

opinions of him from his mortal en
emy, England.

The Ocala club gave away evc..! j?-;
boxes of fine candy to the lad -:z (
. is ill

tne gents who hau receive-! lemnr.s ;. ;.-the
the ;.-the table were obliged to present the
candy in a neat speech and like tru-"
Rotarians they presented the candy.
The bouquet was given to R. J. Il l y
to present to his wife as a reconuxT.
for having to live with such an u.:Iy
husband so long. Sanford Herald.
Bob Holly, like a good .-port, tc lis

the joke on himself, but he overlook. 1

one very important episode at the
Rote meeting in his town. As nil :-rv

Ocala knows, one of our Rote?, Harry

Borland, is a warm wire, ami he it w-!s ; y-
that awarded the flower presentation ; :'s
duty to Holly. He also tricked th.? )
entire crowd, including the Orlando

Rotes, into voting for Ocala feu- the i
state capital. While the fun was so ;

lively that few in the crowd could do

more than watch about half, Harry
arose and said that if the motion just
made had a second, he would pat it to
a vote. 1
John Taylor, who didn't know what
Harry was driving at, but who v.c',1
knew it was always safe to follow

motion." Whereupon, Harry riut th? i 'AstXY2f&

motion, and it was carried unannnour-
iy .. .

Not until after this did anybody

have the presence of mind to as.-c
what the motion was. Some inquired j
of Harry and he promptly replied: i
"That it is the' sense of this meeting
that Ocala is the best place for the
of o f a QT?f ol i

Being good sports, the hoys accept-
ed the joke on themselves. j
There's always something sure tov

Odorless Dry Cleaning Plant
Thoroughly Equipped With
MODERN MACHINERY
Garments Pressed on STEAM PRESSES
' GUARANTEE NO SMELL OF
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Gasoline 'or Cleaning Preparations
Phone 101
DEPARTMENT DRY CLEANING
Ocala Steam Laundry

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If any of the boys from Florida
who served in the army, navy or ma marine
rine marine corps and who have not received
their victory medal will send their dis discharge
charge discharge certificate, a certified copy or
a photographic copy of same to Sena

tor Park Trammell he will see that

the medal to which they are entitled

is mailed to them. If there are any
errors in the service record as shown

on the discharge certificate of any of

those who apply for this medal and
they will make a note of such error a

correction of same will be made.

The Leesburg Commercial pithily
comments: "Ocala is sending out lit

erature that proves her case geogra geographically
phically geographically as well as graphically in hev

claim to being the ideal and logical
state ( capital site. There really isn't

any argument against Ocala being

everything she claims and we believe
the people of Florida would be hap happier
pier happier if she were the capital than they
are now with Tallahassee. But maybe

not. v The way the present' legislature
has been going about things it is

rather a relief to know they are away

oir there m the wilds of Leon."

happen
around.

when Harry Borland

On leaving Tallahassee, after his

address to the legislature, Congress

man Clark was asked if he intended

to be a candidate for senator against

Mr. Trammell next year: He replied:

I feel extremely grateful to the very

many friends from every section of

the state who have been and are urg

ing me to become a candidate for the

United States Senate next year, and

of course it is due them that I give
the matter very careful consideration.

It is a great honor to represent a

great state like Florida in the Senate,
and .it goes without saying that 1
would much appreciate that high dis

tinction, but the good people of the
second district have been so exceed exceedingly
ingly exceedingly kind and partial to me that I
should dislike to retire from that
fervice unless I was thoroughly con

vinced that I could- render better
service to the people in some other

station. In my humble way I have
dedicated my life to the public serv

ice and my higher aspiration is to
give our people the very best that Is

in me no matter in what sphere I may

be placed. The primary is some time
off and the people ought not to be sub

jected to a long campaign. There are
many things to be done now to get us

The "Editor and Publisher' ha

sent out a questionnaire to the news newspaper
paper newspaper men of the United States, ask

ing if, in their opinion, their readers

favored anti-tobacco legislation. The

reply from 7847 editors whose papers

have a combined circulation of nearly

twenty-two million people, showed 1
per cent in favor of tobacco. In snldi snldi-tion
tion snldi-tion to this is the opinion of Sir
James Cantile, one of England's most
eminent surgeons, who says: "Tobacco
is the least harmful of the four social
poisons tea, coffee, tobacco and alco alcohol.
hol. alcohol. Smoke the same amount of to tobacco
bacco tobacco every day, and the heart will
become accustomed to ihe s;'.ne
amount. If anyone smokes less on-

day than another, he feels the .-aiue

effect as if he had smoked more. Three
days' abstention from smoking wouM
entirely free the system from nicotine."

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You all know FEDERAL QUALITY More
Nourishment in Every Bite, and it
Tastes Better Too.
Eat More Federal Bread

FEDERAL SYSTEM OF BAKERIES
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VISIT

And now" Leach of the Lee.-buii;
Commercial is telling us of another
project for a ship canal across Flor Florida.
ida. Florida. He says: "It provides for a canal
300 feet wide and 35 feet deep, follow following
ing following the Withlacoochee valley to the
lakes of this region, leaving Lake
Griffin at the northeast shore and
striking Lakes Yale, Norris :nl
Beresford, thence across country to
the harbor at New Smyrna."
Such a canal will have ti begirt
eight or ten miles out in the jrulf from
Port Inglis, and end two or three mik-.j
out in the Atlantic opposite New
Smyrna, and it will have to be a tide tidewater
water tidewater canal from gulf to ocean, for
not even by draining our rivers and
lakes could enough water be obtained

along the route to float a tug ship :n j Xi...A.AAAaaaAA?tA

a ditch 300 feet wide without letting J "ft ?7iAfWf

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Sec How Well We Are Prepared to Fix Your Automobile
MURPHY MOTOR COMPAIW
Main Street, Opposite Ocala Iron Works - OCALA FLORIDA

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for a canal across Florida is that
from the Cumberland sound to the
gulf, proposed by Congressman Clark.

We can repair your Shakspere level
winding reel without sending to the
factory. "JAKE'S." 14-2t

BARGAINS

Overland Roadster $350.00
P.eo even-passenger 375.00
Stutlebaker seven-passenger. 175.00

lU-tf Spencer-Pednck Motor lx.

Prescriptions correctly filled and
promptly delivered. Call 435, G. C
Greene. 2-tf

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

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

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

Raising the Famlly-

Ves. Pa is a pen

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We reprint todav from Saturday

the editorial headed "Borland Hypno Hypnotized
tized Hypnotized the Entire Bunch," because a
careless printer ruined the sense of
it by taking out a good line and leav leaving
ing leaving in a bad one at the very place of
all places where such an error would
spoil the entire article. We didn't
kill the printer, but the only reason
why was because we thought it likely
that we might get a worse man in his
place. The old tribe of printers who

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OCA LA EVENING STAR, MONDAY, MAY 16, 1921

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ATTRACTIVE PRICES
Uneedas and all 10c National Biscuit Co.'s crack crackers
ers crackers 8c, or 3 for 22c All 20-cent packages
16c or 3 for 40 cents.
Evaporated Peaches, per pound 15c
Octagon Soap 8c; 3 for 20c
Export Borax Soap, per cake 5c
Grandma, Gold Dust and other washing Powders
per package 5c
Cherry Bell 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 pounds 25c
Pure Lard, per pound 20c; 2 pounds for 35c
Argo Starch, 3 for 25c; 1 dozen for 95c
Guaranteed Eggs per dozen 25c
Pure Sugar Cane Syrup in quart cans or bot bottles,
tles, bottles, 30c; pint 15c; drawn from barrel, per,
gallon 75c
W. Baker's Cocoa, 4 pound 30c; 2 for 55c
W. Baker's Cooking Chocolate, -lb. cakes 25c
Our Delivery Service is at your command
' if you trade with us.
FARMERS EXCHANGE STORE
Merchants Block Phone 163

MRS. CROOK HOSTESS
AT AN AUCTION PARTY

FORTY-THREE MILLION LIVES

Since the first of the year there has
been in Ocala one cycle of delightful
entertainments, none of which how however
ever however will take precedence over the

brilliant affair Saturday afternoon at
the Woman's Club house, at which
Mrs. Ernest J. Crook was the charm

ing hostess, entertaining sixty of her

friends.

For this occasion the club house was j R writes In the North American Re-

Lot to World Throuflh the Great
War, According to Figure Oiven
by Statistician.
A study of the different statistics of
tbe actual and potential loss of life
doe to recent war reveals the fact
that about forty-three million lives
hare been lost to the world either di directly
rectly directly from the war or from causes
Induced by It, Richard P. Strong. M.

C. V. ROBERTS. Phone 305

BARNEY SPENCER, Phone 431

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

Office Phone 350 Ocala, Florida
1 1111 "III I'ffiiLTOIIffllffl

217 West Broadway

never lovelier, for there was the

greatest variety and profusion of
handsome flowers tastily and artistic artistically
ally artistically decorating both the auditorium
and reception parlor. Mrs. Crook, be becomingly
comingly becomingly gowned in a light colored
green silk graciously greeted her
guests at the front door and assisting

her in entertaining the guests in dif different
ferent different ways were her sister-in-laws,
Mrs. Albert Gerig, Mrs. Herbert
Crook of Palatka, and Mrs. Claude
Nelson of Jacksonville. Mrs. Charles
Lloyd of Jacksonville and Mrs. Ardis
Waterman invited the guests to the

punch bowl, where Mrs. Anna Holder

served refreshing fruit punch, from a
beautifully 6rnamented table of vases
of snapdragons while asparagus fern

and love vine made an effective trac tracery
ery tracery upon the elegant drawn work

centerpiece.

Placed in appropriate spots around

the tables for auction and rook,
were vases of daisies, larkspur, glad glad-iolas,
iolas, glad-iolas, zennias, oleanders and Minnie

Frances roses. For over two hours

the games were enjoyed, and in addi

tion to the delightful environment in inside
side inside the atmosphere turned cool which

added greatly to the comfort and

pleasure of the players.

Strawberry ice and cake were serv

ed by Mrs. Crook and those already
named as assisting together with

Misses Onie Chazal and Meme Davis.

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, In the heart of the city with Hemming Park for a front yard.
.Every modern convenience in each room. Dining room service la
second to none

ROBERT M. MEYER,
Manager.

J. E. KAVANAUGH
Proprietor.

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After Every Meal

V, Get thrice-daily belief it from ffff
vV this low-cost aid to IS
'38 appetite and digestion IIS
A Itkeeps teeth white IIS
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and throat HjS
Makes your Jw
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better M

The Ffayor ta'sts?

view. These losses are made up of.

first, approximately 13,000,000 deaths
which occurred In the military serv service;
ice; service; secondly, a surplus mortality
above that which occurred In normal
times In the civilian populations
amounting to approximately 10,000,000,
due to epidemic and other diseases,
.privation, hardship, physical exhaus exhaustion,
tion, exhaustion, and similar causes; and thirdly,
a potential loss of 20,000,000 lives
due to the decreased birth frequency
below that which occurred under nor normal
mal normal conditions before the war. The
adult male population in many Euro European
pean European countries has been reduced by
from 14 to 20 per cent. The figures of
Alonzo Taylor show us that there are
between 50,000,000 and 60,000,000 peo people
ple people In Europe who have lost their

prewar occupations owing. to the fact
that the markets for their products

no longer exist, having been changed

or taken away from them by other
countries. Many of these people have
or soon will become refugees In Eu

rope, among which class of people not
only poverty and hardship, but also
disease always reigns, resulting In a
high Increase in death rate and de decrease
crease decrease In birth rate.

LOOK ON WALKING AS JOKE

People Seem to Regard Primitive
Method of Locomotion as Alto Alto-!
! Alto-! gether Out of Date.

Charles Hanson Towne writes in the
Century: When I refer to the difflcul-

Upon the plates, which were covered ties of walking, I do not refer, to the

with pretty paper centerpieecs, were
bouquets of sweet peas and ferns.

During the refreshment hour, Mrs.
Crook announced the prize winners,
who were: Mrs. Alfred Beck of Fort
Lauderdale, first prize at auction, a
pair of silk stockings; Mrs. R. S. Hall,
second prize at auction, a dainty cut
glass bud vase; Mrs. Harvey Clark
was awarded a lovely fan for holding
the lowest score; Mrs. Maude Home

secured the highest score among the
rook players and for her skill was pre presented
sented presented with an adorable hat pin which
was ornamented with a calla lily; Mrs.
H. F. Watt, having received the low lowest
est lowest score, was awarded a fan.
This gathering proved most congen congenial
ial congenial and enjoyable and all those present
are under great obligations to Mrs.
Crook for a very happily spent after afternoon.
noon. afternoon. The following were those pres present:
ent: present: Mrs. Harry Borland, Mrs. F. H.
Logan, Mrs. Paul Simmons, Mrs.
Harry Dozier, Mrs. Harry Clarkson,
Mrs. Clarence Camp, Mrs. John Tay Taylor,
lor, Taylor, Mrs. L. R. Chazal, Mrs. J. J.
Gerig, Mrs. Clifford Ayer, Mrs. F. T.
Schreiber, Mrs. G. S. Scott, Mrs. L. E.
Futch, Mrs. Bert Acker, Mrs. E. G.
Peek, Mrs. H. F. Watt, Mrs. J. H.
Dickson, Mrs. W. S. Bullock, Mrs.
Anna Holder, Mrs. .Alfred Beck, Mrs.
Edward Tucker, Mrs. Charles Lloya,

Mrs. James H. Hill, Mrs. Frank Har Harris,
ris, Harris, Mrs. George Robinson, Mrs. T. S.
Trantham, Mrs. D. S. Woodrow, Mrs.

E. T. Helvenston, Mrs. Leta Bennett,
Mrs. Maude Home, Mrs. S. Bland

Ware, Mrs. L. N. Green, Mrs. F. B.
Wetherbee, Mrs. W. W." Harriss, Mrs.
Welsh Wheeler. Mrs. William Hocker,
Mrs. Fred Hocker, Mrs. Harvey Clark,
Mrs. Ardis Waterman. Mrs. CharlM

Rehinauer, Mrs. Mamie Hall, Mrs R.
S. Hall, Mrs. R. L. Anderson Sr., Mrs.
R. L. Anderson Jr., Mrs. Emanuel
Martin, Mrs. Harry Walters, Mrs. W.
W. Stripling, Mrs. Charles Cullen,

Mrs. T. H. Johnson and Misses Nona
Murray, Mary Piatt, Marian Dewey,

Mamie Taylor, Mary McDonald and

Alice Bullock. Joininer the nlavpr

for refreshments were Mrs. Charles
Peyser-and Mrs. Raiford Simmons.

Infirmities of age, to flat feet, or to

avoirdupois. Not at alL I mean that
It Is hard Indeed In these rushing

times to go afoot, even on the most

distant by-roads, without being con considered
sidered considered eccentric. People stare at
you as though you were some kind of
freak or criminal. They cast suspi suspicious
cious suspicious glances your way, never dream dreaming
ing dreaming that perhaps you prefer your own
feet as a means of pleasant locomo locomotion.
tion. locomotion. I asked a certain friend if he would
not accompany me. My friend turned
to me and Instantly said:
"My car Is out of order."
"But I did not mean to go hi ft
car," I as quickly answered.
"Why," he replied, looking at me
as though I had gone quite mad, "how
else would we go T
"On foot," I bravely made answer,
yet realizing that this confirmed New

Yorker would never think the same of

me again. And it was so. I shall

not forget. If I live a hundred years,

nls final disgusted glance. If any

thing further was needed to crush me

utterly, I do not know what tt

could be.

BARGAINS

Overland Roadster $350.00
Reo seven-passenger 375.00
Studebaker seven-passenger.. 175.00
14-tf Spencer-Pedrick Motor Co.

Adult Illiteracy In Mexico.

Instruction for illiterates In the ter

ritories of the republic of Mexico .18

provided by a law promulgated re

cently. The law authorizes the employ

ment of persons in every locality who

will undertake the Instruction of one
or more Illiterates. Children under
nfteen years of age who live In dis districts
tricts districts provided with schools are not
Included In the application of the law.
The American consul at Mexican, Mex

ico, who reports the promulgation of
the law, states that it win not only
tend to uplift the peon classes, but It
will also create a better feeling on our
border. Under the American immigra immigration
tion immigration law illiterates are not allowed
to enter the United States, although

their more fortunate fellow country

men may cross and recross the border

ftt will.

THE GOOD OLD DAYS ARE

FAST COMING BACK

You'll Enjoy One
of our cool refreshing ke 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

PARISIAN CLEANING CO.
.115 OCALA HOUSE BLOCK

F. W. Broderick, Tailor and Cleaner, formerly
with Walkley & Barnett, has opened up a
FIRST-CLASS CLEANING, PRESSING AND REPAIR
SHOP at the location formerly occupied by the
Dozier Feed Company on East Broadway. The
equipment consists of the most modern ma machinery,
chinery, machinery, and your work will be handled at all
times by people thoroughly experienced in
this line. Prompt delivery to any part of the
city.

F. W. BR ODE RICK

PHONE 512

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WE HAVE THE TIRE YOU WANT S

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

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ODD FELLOWS

Tulula Lodge No. 22, I. O. 6. 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.

This is a Studebaker year. tf

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

nings of each month. Visiting breth

ren always welcome. Lodge rooms

upstairs over T roller's and the Book
Shop, 113 Main street.
A. A. Vandenbrock, E. R R-C.
C. R-C. Y. Miller, Secretary.

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. ..... .42c

Full Cream Cheese, pound ....25c
Granulated Sugar, pound 8c
Hill Crest California Apricots,

2 tins .22c

Hunt's California Peaches, halves

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

Hillsdale, Hawaiian Sliced Pine

apple No. 2 tins 28c

Two-pound tins Cottolene 35c

Four-pound tins Cottolene........ 65c
Eight-pound tins Cottolene $L20

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.

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 fiveone and
let's talk it over.

Star Publishing Company.

You can always get fresh or salt
water fish, shrimp, etc., at the City

Fish Market on Fort King avenue.

Phone 158. tf

This is a Studebaker year. tf

TRANSFER
AND
STORAGE

tTJHDTE STAR- LINE
Negotiable Storage Receipts Issued on Cotton, Automobile, Et.

LONG DISTANCE MOVING
Phone 298

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

AH Garcia de Oro cigars wrapped in
tinfoil 10c at all dealers. 5-tf
All kinds of casting lines at the
right price. "JAKE'S," 14-2t

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

This is a Studebaker year.



OCALA EVENING STAB. MONDAY, MAY 16, 1921

Tire Prices Keciiicecl :
DIAMOND Non-Skid, 30x3. A A
old price $20.00. now..... vli .vv ;
DIAMOND Plain, 30x3, r AA ; I
olH price $17.60, now-.... 91tJeUU :
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 i
f JAS. ENGESSER, Proprietor
phone 258. West Broadway :

YOUNG-MEKMN CO.
CIVIL EIVGINEERS AND SURVEYORS
Licensed under the laws of the State of Florida

Surveys
Hiflhways

Plats
Drainage

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

Offices, 33-34 Holder Bldg.
OCALA, FLORIDA

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Why not let tORDREY
do your hauling? Also
trunks.
PHONE 434
NEEDHAM MOTOR CO.
General Auto Repairing
and Storage
Gasoline, Oils and Grease'
USED CARS FOR SALE
Cars Washed $1.00
Cars Polished .50
Oklawaha Ave. &. Orange St
Phone 252
aVJc You have often thought
yu W0UW have your
i"'eyes examined "some
tSliveV day'" Why delay lonSer
DR. K. J. WEIHE,
- Optometrist and Optician
Eyesight Specialist
(over clothing) and r will
i for trial. Poctava prepaid.
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CLOTHES
ECONOMY
It is a simple matter to 'be well
dressed at a small cost if you know
how. Many garments cast aside owing
to soil or fade can by
Our Dying and Cleaning.
be made seasonable "again for months.
La-Donde Cleaning Co.
HARRY A. STEIN. Prop.
Over Jirash Grocery Co.
PHONE 525
C. Cecil Bryant
PUBLIC ACCOUNTANT
Gary Block. Over 10c Store
' PHONE 332X

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Reports
Phosphate

Phone No. 513
IF YOU'RE
SEARCHING
for Expert Vulcanizing,
throw your Headlight
on our shop. We are
Experts at this business
and onr work is
G U A R A NTEED
BLALOCK BROS.
VULCANIZING
Ocala House Block
DAIVKINS' MARKET
Phone 519
1 1 1 W. Bro a d way
LIFE
FIRE
A. E. GERIG
INSURANCE
Ocala, Florida
ACCIDENT AUTOMOBILE
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 AIR LINE RAILROAD
Leave Arrive
2:20 am Jacksonville-NTork 2:10 am
1:55 pm Jacksonville 1:50 pm
4:17 pm Jacksonville 3:50 pm
2:15 am Tampa-
Manatee-St Petrsbrg 4:05 pm
2:55 am N'York-St. etrsbrg 1:35 am
2:15 am Tampa 2:15 am
1:50 pm Tampa-Manatee 1:35 pm
1:05 pm Tampa-bt. Petrsbrg 4:0opro
ATLANTIC COAST LINE R. R.
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 SLPetsbrg-Lakeland 1:25 pm
7:10 am "Dunnellon-Wucox
7:25 am Dunellon-Lkeland 11:03 pm
3:30 pm Homosassa 1:25 pm
10:15 pm Leesburg 6:42 am
4:45 pm Gainesville 11:50 am!
Monday, Wednesday, Friday.
Tuesday. Tnrsday, Saturday.
W. K. Lane, M. D., physician and
fur g eon, specialist eye, ear, nose and
Ciroat. Office over 5 and 10 cent store
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RAILROAD SCHEDULES

KM OCCURRENCES

If you have any society items for
the Star, please call fire-one.
Mr. S. A. Moses is a business visitor
to Jacksonville.
For the best fishing tackle
JAKE. 14-2t
see
Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Smith and fam
ily have returned from a brief visit to
Dunnellon.
Keep the hands and face soft with
LASOL. 50 cents the' bottle at
Gerig's Drug Store.
Mis3 Winnie Lee Bell has returned
to Ocala from a pleasant week-end
visit with friends at St. Cloud.
Dazira Face Powder is satisfying,
and the odor is dainty. Ask to see it
st Gerig's Drug Store. tf
The Eastern Star sewing circle will 5
meet tomorrow afternoon at three
o'clock with Mrs. Hattie Webb at
Kendrick.
Just received, two new types of L.
& A. rowboat motors. JAKE'S. 2t
Mr. T. C. Carter is enjoying a visit
in Tampa with his mother and sister,
Mrs. N. E. Carter and Mrs. Kate
Brinkley."
Why pay more? Coca-cola 6 cents
at the Vogue. Phones 580-558. 23-tf
Mrs. H. S. Wesson spent the week
end in Gainesville with ner son, Mr.
Leonard Wesson, a student at the
university. x
1921 Ford roadster without starter
in Al condition; good tires; for $250
cash. DIXIE HIGHWAY GARAGE. 6t
Miss Reed of Ocala is the guest
this week of her cousin, Mrs. Lee An
derson, at her home on Main street.
Leesburg Commercial.
There's no extra charge for clean cleaning
ing cleaning your fish at the City Fish Market.
Phone 158. tf
Miss Josephine Williams is the
guest of her sister, Mrs. Mamie Hall
for an indefinite stay. Miss Williams
spent the past winter very pleasantly
at Miami.
Standard drugs and specialties,
promptly delivered: Phone 435. G,
C. Greene. 2-tf
Mrs. Annie W. Van Deman of
Ocala, is the guest of Mrs. Fred W.
King at her home in Riverside, for a
stay of some length in Jacksonville.
Times-Union.
New Ford touring car. Just bought
it but don't need it. It is at the Ford
Garage; $575. James Hall, phone 21b.
Mr. Robert Moorhead who is at attending
tending attending the University, is spending a
few days in Ocala especially to be
with his brother, Mr. Walter Moor
head, who is home for a brief visit and
receiving a cordial welcome by his
many -friends.
Mr. Walter Moorhead, third mate in
the merchant marine, stationed at
Philadelphia, arrived in Ocala yester yesterday
day yesterday to spend. a week with his father
and sister, Mr. J. R. Moorhead and
Mrs. H. A. Davies.
New Ford touring car. Just bought
it but don't need it. It is at the Ford
Garage; $575. James Hall, phone 218.
Mrs. Clarence Camp and daughter,
Miss Nettie Camp will entertain at
cards at their home tomorrow after
noon, complimenting the former's
niece, Mrs. Phil Robinson of Inverness
and Mrs. Charles Lloyd of Jackson Jacksonville.
ville. Jacksonville. Mr. Leonard, of the firm of Leonard,
Crosset & Riley, commission brokers,
has arrived in the city with his corpus
of assistants ready for the water watermelon
melon watermelon and cantaloupe season. Mr.
Leonard, who is a regular visitor -to
Ocala, is several weeks ahead of his
schedule this year on account of the
early crop. Mr. Leonard and party
are at the Harrington Hall.
. The Star is in receipt of a card an announcing
nouncing announcing the marriage of James
Strain to Ollie Pratt of this city, by
Rev. J. B. Hankerton, at West Palm
Beach, Thursday, May 12. James
Strain is a colored man much esteem esteemed
ed esteemed by the Star, as he was for many
years its faithful and efficient janitor
and pressman, leaving its employ
several months ago of his own will to
take up his residence in West Palm
Beach, where he has a good position
with the eas company. "Jim" has the
best wishes of his friends in the Star
j office for happiness and prosperity in
ms new esiaie miu uuuic.

Mrs. G. E. Morgan and two children

left yesterday afternoon for Jackson
ville, where they will be the guests
of Mrs. W. H. Chambers at the home
of her mother for a few days.
Mrs. H. M. Hampton has arrived in
the city from Ocala, and on Tuesday
evening will sing af the Freland-
Saunders wedding, which will take
place in St. John's Episcopal church.
While here Mrs. Hampton is the guest
of -Miss Saunders and her mother.
Mrs. Katherine LeFils Saunders at
their home on Market street, Spring Springfield.
field. Springfield. Times-Union.
London Tired of Jazz.
The "Jazz" Is dead in London, says
P. J. S. Richardson, one of the fore foremost
most foremost English authorities on dancing.
He declares that no new dances will
be popularized this year, but the fox fox-trot,
trot, fox-trot, one-step and tango, which have
held international Interest for two or
three seasons, will be standardized.
"Previously those taught the same
dances by different teachers found
themselves hopelessly at sea when
they tried to dance together," he said.
Through standardization on which
the majority of dancing Instructors In
London have now agreed, a common
framework in the steps will be in insured
sured insured without eliminating all chance
of Introducing individual variations.
Freakish and eccentric light gymnas gymnastics
tics gymnastics such as exaggerated forms of
Jazz are rapidly passing out."
"Sees" With His Ears.
Paul Donebeo, blind lawyer and
musician, who is In town on a visit
from Atlanta, gets around over the
dry and over the whole United States
without any assistance, because he
"hears" the walla and posts and every
other material obstacle in Ala path.
"I can follow the building line along
the sidewalk by sound," he ears.
can hear a tree or poat very distinctly.
I think It la a sense that every one
has, hut that one does not develop
unless he is blind. I call it sound be
cause I find that when there is an
overwhelming noise I cansrot do it."
Mr. Denehoo walks fearlessly about
the streets, turns without hesitation at
corners and can even estimate very
accurately the width of the sidewalk.
always knowing when It becomes wig
er or narrower. Providence .Journal.
Over the Earth's Shoulder.
Ocean voyages are sometimes short'
ened considerably by going "over the
shoulder of the earth," as the naviga
tors say, the Nebraska State Journal
observes. The same thing is true, of
course, f air travel. When an at attempt
tempt attempt is made to fly over the JBedflc
ocean from San Francisco the short
est way will not be directly across, as
a study of the map would Indicate.
Instead,' the fliers wlli go hundreds of
miles northward, skirting the Aleutian
islands and in this war saving a great
distance as well as securing the ad
vantage of more numerous landing
places.
The earth will soon be charted foi
air travel and the lines for long dis distance
tance distance flights will be circular mor
often than direct. v
Speech Strangely Restored.
Antolne Dumas,' a farmer living
near Yssicgeaux, who for three years
had been without the power of speech,
was cured in an unusual manner with'
out the cost of a cent. Dumas served
In the French artillery daring the
war. During one of the heavy bom bombardments
bardments bombardments his voice ceased to func function,
tion, function, and although scores of army
doctors tried to aid him, no oce had
ever been able to restore his power
of speech. While working in the hay
loft of his barn he slipped and fell
to the ground. Farm hands who ran
to his aid discovered that while his
only Injury was a small bump at the
back ef the head, Dumas was able to
curse as loudly and colorfully as the
rest of the farmers.
, Evelyn Pass.
In the great government reserve on
the eastern side of Yellowhead pass
In the Rdbky mountains, known as
Jasper park. Alberta, Is a pass lead leading
ing leading from Athabaska falls, on the Atha Atha-baska
baska Atha-baska river, to Mallgne lake. The
geographic board of Canada has re recently
cently recently named the pass Evelyn, after
Evelyn, duchess of Devonshire, wife
of his excellency the governor general,
and daughter of the marquis of Lans Lans-downe,
downe, Lans-downe, who was governor general of
Canada from 1883 to 1888. The duch duchess
ess duchess of Devonshire visited the pass,
now named after her. during last sum summer.
mer. summer. Montreal Family Herald.
Hidden Feature.
"Turkish ladles conceal their faces."
-So do we," replied Miss Cayenne;
only we use cosmetics instead of
yashmaks.'
Monarch's Mummy Flnalf at Heat.
The mummy of the celebrated
Egyptian king, Rameses D, reposes
in the Egyptian museum in Cairo.
The mummy was first interred at.BIb-anet-Muluk
and was subsequently
concealed from grave robbers in the
shaft at Delr-el-Bebri, where It was
found In 1881. and later removed te
the museum mentioned.
The Island of Guam.
The Island of Guam, ceded to the
United States-by Spain In 1898, is
5.044 miles from San Francisco and
1.506 from Manila. It i 30 miles lone
and 100 around and has a population
of 13.000.
Imperfections Have Us.
All things are pterally better, love-

xrer. ana more-oetovea tot rne rasper-

pointed, that the law of human life
may be Effort and the law of human
Judgment, Mercy. Buskin.
Trapped. ..
Frosh "I want a leave of absence
for over the week-end to visit my sis
ter In New York." Dean (quicklj)
"How long have you known herT
rush "About two weeks." Cornell
Widow.
Crowding Father Time.
It was an Irish member of parlia-
meet who. somewhat wearied with the
long debate, said: "If you leave this
question to us for three years we will
6ettle it tomorrow morning."
Inexpensive Palm.
A pretty, inexpensive palm can be
grown from one or two seeds of a
common dried date. The soil should
be rich and the plant should be well
watered.
Trees and Temper
Some men when they held their tem
per went out and furiously ch&pped
down a tree. But everybody hasnt
tree handy.
Good Always at Hand.
If we will take the good we find.
asking no questions, we shall have
heaping measure Everything good
Is on the highway. Emerson.
Igloo Has Advantage.
An Igloo Is fKTiiaps the best exam
ple of a house tiiat conforms to the
surroundings to be found the wide
world over. They say the Igloo Is
rather cramped for room, but on the
other hand the hlph cost of living can
have little effect on the price of "build "building
ing "building material" within the arctic circle.
And to the explorer the glimpse of an
Ice hut through a gathering storm
must seem more Inspiring than a hun hundred
dred hundred boulevard to a city dweller.
How Fabric? f.!ry Be Tested.
The thumb tot will help to deter
mine strength atil weaving quality of
roods. .The fahrli- it held between the
f refine' r nnd thumb, while the
knuckle should ie forced together,
rausinc h nravj xrrnln on the fabric
Its Rtreiiirtli will he thon by the
ease or J!ffi-ult.T with which It tears.
Hardy Bird.
The English sparrow Is said to live
to be forty rears ntd. After getting
fhrouh a winter, nothing ran kill him
Ihort f a ffiin.
THE GOOD OLD DAYS ARE
FAST COMING BACK
We don't wait until we sell an item
out and then buy again, before we re re-duceythe
duceythe re-duceythe 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 theU-SERVE
STORES.
I-OOK! 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's California Peaches, halves
in heavy syrup, No. 2M tins.. 35c
Hillsdale, Hawaiian Sliced Pine Pineapple
apple Pineapple No. 2 tins ...28s
Two-pound tins Cottolene........35c
Four-pound tins Cottolene 65c
Eight-pound tins Cottolene..... $L2d
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
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, II. P.
B. L. 'Adams, Secretary.
MARION-DUNN MASONIC LODGE
Marion-Dunn Lodge No. 19, F. & A.
AJ-, meets on the first and third
thursday' evenings of each month at
7:30 o'clock until further notice.
J. R. Dey. W. M.
B. L. Adams, Secretary.
L. ALEXANDER
PRACTICAL CONTRACTOR
AND BUILDER
Careful estimates made on all con
tract work. Gives more and better
work for the money than any other
contractor in the city.
SASH
DOOR
Geo. IkKay I Co. I
Ocala, Fla.'
HARDWARE
HIGH GRADE PAINT

IflVfT ACQTFTFTI

ADVERTISEMENTS
iVANTED, LOST. FOUND. F02
SALE. FOR RENT AND SIM SIM-.
. SIM-. ILAR LOCAL NEEDS
Rates: Six lines, maximum, one time,
25c; three times. 50c; six times. 75c;
one month, S3. Payable in advance.
FOR SALE OR RENT Home at No.
22 Sanchez strett." Apply Rogers Rogers-Wilson
Wilson Rogers-Wilson Realty Company for further
particulars. 9-tf
SHOW CASE FOR SALE Counter
case, three shelves, adjustable shelf
rack, mirror back, bevel plate glass
top, oak finish,- solid base. Good
value for quick sale. Apply to the
Weihe Company. 11-tf
FOR SALE Large two-story house,
I good barn and garage, also chicken
house, smokehouse and wood shed.
In addition to all city conveniences
has soft water in kitchen. On a two two-acre
acre two-acre lot with plenty of shade, but
no undergrowth. Well located, iu
good neighborhood with excellent
neighbors. Will sell for J 1500 cash,
balance one and two years. Apply
at 1145 S. Orange SU or write P.
O. Box 180, Ocala, Fla. ll-6t
II Trade Overland
and A-l Gilt Edge Securi Securities
ties Securities for used car in A-l con condition.
dition. condition. Call at once. W.
A. Davis, Harrington Hall
Hotel.
FOR SALE One good milk cow. In Inquire
quire Inquire of Mrs. Harriet Turner, at
Farmers Exchange tSore. ll-9t
FOR SALE Two good milk cows,
both fresh. Apply to C F. Law Lawrence,
rence, Lawrence, 123 N. Sanchez street. ll-6t
FOR SALE Sanitary milk 'and but butter..
ter.. butter.. Milk 40c. to 60c. per gallon;
butter 50c. per pound. Delivered ev every
ery every morning. Evening delivery will
begin 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, Ocala. ll-6t
FOR RENT Store buUding on west
side of courthouse square. Suitable
for any kind of retail business, and
no better location in the city. Apply
"H. Pw." care Evening Sta. 12-3t
WANTED A hustler with Ford jolt
to sell Tampa Fuel Saver; big
profits, easy sales with money back
guarantee with every outfit. Write
quick for territory. Tampa Acces Accessory
sory Accessory Mfg. Co., 501 E. Amelia Ave.,
Tampa, Fla. 12-9t
FOR RENT In my home, sitting
room, dining room, kitchen, bed and
bath rooms and sleeping porch.
Liberal use of piano. At summer
rates. Apply to Mrs. T. E. Bridges,
Sanchez street. v 13-6t
WANTED Young man, 28, married.
wishes steady employment. Handy
with tools. Best of references if re required.
quired. required. Address W. D. Parker,
York, Fla. 18-6t
WANTED Top buggy in good re
pair. Answer C. L. P care Star of office.
fice. office. 14-3t
FOUND Boy's bicycle. Same can be
had by calling on I. Shephard at the
water plant, describing wheel and
paying' for this ad. 16-3t
NOTICE
Notice is hereby given that it is
the intention of the undersigned to
apply to the 1921 session of the leg legislature
islature legislature of the state of Florida for the
enactment of a special act authorizing
the board of county commissioners of
Manon county. Florida, to levy a spe
cial tax, annually, not to exceed one-
quarter of one mill, upon the real and
personal property in said county to
provide funds for community welfare
work in the city of Ocala and Marion
county, Florida.
Signed: Mrs. Edith G. Tydings.
Endorsed by Ocala Woman's Club,
Mrs. H. C Dozier, President, Mrs,
Harvey Clark, Recording Secretary.
V7-9tmon
Day Phone 47. Night Phone 515
GEORGE MaeKAY & CO.
Funeral Directors, Embalaers
G. B. Overton, Mgr.
Ocala, Fla.
WOODMEN OF THE WORLD
Fort King Camp No. 14 meets at
K. of P. hall at 7:30 p. m. every sec second
ond second Friday evening at 8 o'clock. Visit Visiting
ing Visiting sovereigns are always welcome.
Chas. K. Sage. Clerk.



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UF00075908_05885.mets
METS:structMap STRUCT1 physical
METS:div DMDID ADMID The ORDER 0 main
PDIV1 Main
PAGE1 Page
METS:fptr FILEID
PAGE2
PAGE3
PAGE4 4
STRUCT2 other
ODIV1
FILES1