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The Ocala evening star
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Ocala Evening Star
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Began in 1895; ceased in 1943.
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TEMPERATURES
This morning, 68.
This afternoon, 86-
WEATHER FORECAST
Unsettled weather with local rain
tonight or Wednesday.
OCALA, FLORIDA, TUESDAY, MAY 17, 1921
VOL 27
NO. 116
lEf THIIIK THEY
PQPULATIOH OF
UNITED STATES
PUTTING THE TEST
Oil POSTMASTERS
8E CAREFUL ABOUT
20-00ELAR BILLS
SETTING THE BILL
Oil STRAIGHT
Ti STATES HIT
FEDERAL THOOPS
IT

OCALA

STAR

R-14 CAME III
UNDER JURY RIG

EARNED

AND POSSESSIONS

According to Corrects Reports is A1-
most One Hundred and
Eighteen -Millions
Associated Press)
Washington, May 17. Finar sta-1

tistics placing the total population of masters, Postmaster General Hayes
the continental United States atj.-aPfi todav in discussine the, re-

105,710,620, or 27.512 more than was
announced last October when tho pre-1

liminary figures were given out, wereators will natUrally be heard by the
submitted today to Speaker Gillett of I jor.tOT,t.n tn tht nnalifications of

tha HniKo fnr nnnnrtionment our
poses by Director Steuart of the cen
8us bureau.
The final fierures place the total
population of the outlying possessions
r tV TTnitr.,1 (itattxi at. 12148.728.
which brings the -population for the
entire country and possessions to
117357,358.
CITIZENS MILITARY
TRAINING CAMP
The young men who are selected t
attend the citizens military training
camp, which is to be held by the
Fourth Corns Area at Camp Jack
son, July 16th to August 17th, will
have the opportunity to come in con
tact with one of the most famous di
visions of the regular army "The
Fighting Fifth."
Selected units from "The Fighting
Fifth" will give demonstrations to the
students who are fortunate enough to
attend this camp.
The infantry units will give dem
onstrations with hand grenades, 37
mm guns, stokes mortars, automatic
rifles, machine guns and tanks.
The field artillery will give dem
onstrations of tactics, technique and
armament of field artillery.
The coast artillery will give demon demonstrations
strations demonstrations of material, methods and
technique of coast artillery.
The enginers will give demonstra
tions of constructing trenches and ob
stacles, demolitions, construction of
various types of bridges, maps and
map making, and other military en
gineering poperations.
A brief history of the "Fighting
Fifth" is as follows:
I his division was organized m
1917 in accordance with the war de
partment's program for the rapid ex
pansion of the regular army for im
pending service in France.
The regiments designated to form
the division were the 6th, 11th, 16th
and 61st Infantry; the 19th, 20th and
21st Field Artillery, and the 7th En-
y J' I
Brigading the regiments was effect-
ed about December 1917. The 6th and
,
, , ,
Ji.0reA"1Za'10nS,at:d f0r'he
i' ix in uivisiuu. Alien iiisuuijf uatcs
back to the close of the 18th century,
These two regiments with the 15th
Machine Gun Battalion composed the
10th Brigade formed at Chickamauga
Park, Ga. The 60th and 61st Infan Infantry
try Infantry regiments were organized at
Getysburg, Pa., in June 1917, from de
x.w... tu. x-w .uim:
uttkiauuii miu tuinpusfu me xn un
gade trained at Camp Greene, N. C.
The artillery regiments were organ
ized at Camp Wilson, Texas, about
June 1st, 1917, and trained at Camp
.Camp Stanley, Leon Springs, Texas,
The 7th Engineers were at Fort Leav-
enworth, Kansas.
The major portion of the division
M"cu ",c ul-nF I,
and division headquarters were estab-
nsnea at iieuarvre, trance. May 1st.
After a short training period at
Bar-Sur-Aube the division moved into
the trenches in the Vosges, June 1st,
Hhe Fifth captured Frapelle in Au
gust and caused the Germans to make
theinj first retrenchments in their
southern sector in three years.
The division participated in the St.
Mihiel drive in September and it en
" v "
tered the Meuse-Argonne fight driv
ing the Boch to Bois de Rappes; en
tered a second time and was the first
division to cross the Meuse river,
penetrating the territory east of the
Meuse to a depth of approximately
ten miles when its drive came to an
end on Armistice Day.
The Fifth division captured 2405
prisoners, 98 pieces of artillery and
802 machine guns. It lost 1908 killed,
7975 wounded, and 98 prisoners. To
individuals in the Fifth division, 163
distinguished service crosses were
awarded.
The Fifth was one of the ten Amer American
ican American divisions in the army of occupa occupation
tion occupation and was stationed in Luxemburg
along the line of communication of
the Third American army.
This division returned to the United
. . T i mm a i.-
States in July 1919. and was stationed
at Camp Gordon until November 1920,

Only the Good of the Service Will be

Considered in Selection, Post Postmaster
master Postmaster General Announces
(Associated Press
Washington, May 17. Only the
good of the service will be considered
in selecting men from among the
three highest for certification to the
president for appointment as post-
cent executiVe order of Mr. Harding
on tn matter. Congressmen and sen-
applicants, Mr. Hayes said, adding
that this meant democrats as well as
republicans.
CENSUS CLASSIFICATION
The census bureau announces the
following census figures :
Kentucky has 2,180,560 whites, and
235,938 negroes.
Kansas has 1,708,906 whites, and
57,925 negroes.
Connecticut has 1,358,732 whites,
and 210,46 negroes. m-
FAVORABLE TO BLAIR
The Senate finance committee today
ordered a favorable report on the
nomination of William Blair, of Win
ston-Salem, N. C, to be commissioner
of internal revenue.
and then moved to Camp Jackson for
station.
The following states to which the
x.c v,.....&
Fifth division has been allocated have,
a right to feel justly proud of the
cord made bv their division: North

aronna, ouuiu wn...u,. -unu-,
Georgia, Alabama, Mississippi. Ten-...,

rt 1; o .L f -1: FlAwifln
nessee and Louisiana.
The young men who attend camp'
this summer will have the benefit of
the supervision of one of the army s
most capable olticers.
General Hines is in command of the.,
Fifth division and all other troops at
Camp Jackson, S. C.
By direction of the president, a dis-
tinguished service cross was awarded
General H.nes by the commander of

American Expeditionary forces ior.th arrived at Leesburffj where they
extraordinary heroism in action in' -tVl Aiearinn;ntmmt ;t

France. He was also awarded a dis
tinguished service medal for excep- j
t.onally meritorious and distinctive
service as regimental, brigade, divis-
ion and corps commander. His cita-
tion states that he displayed marked
ability in each of the important du-
ties with which he was entrusted, and
exhibited in the operations near Mont
didier, Soissons, St. Mihiel and Meuse
Arornnne Viicrh nttainmonta nc a snl.
T ""
0. . .,
Students attending camp will re-
LnhlWta. n,ltiM nf tha Briwf. in fK
. ,
school of the soldier, squad and com-
Ipany; small arms nne practice;
guard duty; camping and marching;
individual cooking; care of equipment;
personal hygiene; physical develop development;
ment; development; discipline and morale.
Citizens who are interested and de desire
sire desire application blanks or additional
information can obtain same by ad
dressing letter to Information Officer,
Camp,
port Mcphersonj G$u
Wireless Waves Bent by Coast Lines.
It has been suspected for some tlma
the shore lines of laree bodiP of w.
ter. Recent observations bear out the
theory and seem to prove that the
amount of refraction varies with the
Sfth of the wave and the angle at
he classed as on f th lto r..
erles. as it was not generally known
during the war,
Acetic .Ether.
Acetic ether is more generally know
fiB acetic ester. It Is an ester of acetic
acid, especially the ethylester or ethyl
acetate, a colorless liquid of agree agreeable
able agreeable odor. The aroma of vinegar Is
partly due to Its presence. Acetic es-
fer Is obtained by the action of metal
is. ...
i
lie sodium on the ester formed by the
onion of acetic acid and ordinary al alcohol.
cohol. alcohol. Acetic acid Is the spur princi principle
ple principle of vinegar, an acid composed chem chemically
ically chemically of carbon, hydrogen and oxygen,
New Alloy Resists Corrosion.
"Possessing the color and appearance
of nine-carat gold, a new alloy re recently
cently recently exhibited In England also has
the property of resisting corrosion
from chemical fumes or sea water. It
has the ductility and malleability ol
Its precious counterpart and a tensile
strength of 20 tons per square inch,
It may be rolled, drawn, wrought or
cast
Halloween.
The celebration of IlaJween datee
back to antiquity. It was a holiday
combining classic mythology. Dm idle
beliefs and superstitions of that far-
away time. The change to a social
i anniversary was gradual and finally
, becam. . m
j merriment.

Some Artist Has Put a Quantity of
Phony Currency in Circulation

A-ociated Press)
Jacksonville, May 17. Altered f 20
bills appeared here yesterday, it was
announced today, one bank discover discovering
ing discovering five during the day The perpe perpetrator,
trator, perpetrator, officials said, has split twenty
dollar bills and one dolar bills and
pasted the halves of each note to together.
gether. together. In passing the bills the side
bearing the twenty dollar denomina denomination
tion denomination is always upward.
DOUBLE WEDDING SUNDAY
m Sunday afternoon a party of six
young folks left the city in an auto automobile
mobile automobile for nothing more serious than
a splash in Lake Weir and supper aft afterwards,
erwards, afterwards, but Cupid overpowered them.
and as a result two marriages ec-
curred. The contracting parties were
Mr. Clifford Fausett and Miss Anne
Lou Long, Mr. Otto Beard and Miss
Ella Ellis, all of this city. Mr. Fau Fausett
sett Fausett is the youngest son of Mr. and
Mrs. H. A. Fausett of this city. He
is a young man of good qualities, pop popular
ular popular with a large circle of friends and
a good business man. He is in the
grocery and meat business with his
father. His bride is the daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Long, who live
across the river, is as petite and pret-
!ty as can be and is loved by all her
acquaintances. Mr. Beard is the son
T R . Vnrtu nl
re-!and .g highly respected and liked both
socially and in the business world. He
,g part q Beard gt()re -n
n jwd' hriHo u a
iii j vua
. naiWa -A Knrth
(0cala Mr. Fausetts sister, Mi9S Pearl
Fausett and Mr Ardis R were the
,. nrp,pnt .un wiftlp,i
m : WI whirh tfftk nlaf.p nt
Tavares. The contracting bridal par.
... ma watrt- th tw
. ,MVP thtk lalfp am1
Sgo to sburg and get married.
Neither would back down and when
Rn v nffirps .
journeyed to TavareSj where the cere.
mQny took pace Qn fte retum h
. .
. .
. A .i- u -a i.
!ated them them much
happiness and prosperity.
AN EX-EDITOR NAMED
AMBASSADOR TO ITALY
Richard Washburn Child was a Hust Hustler
ler Hustler on the National Repub Republican
lican Republican Committee
Washington, May 17. Richard
Washburn Child, author and former
editor of Collier's Weekly, has been
selected by President Harding for am ambassador
bassador ambassador to Italy. Mr. Child is form formerly
erly formerly of New York, but now a resident
of Washington. He was connected re recently
cently recently with the republican national
committee and during last summer's
campaign spent several months at
Mr. Harding's headquarters in Mar
ion, Ohio.
Education.
Bf science constant appeal Is made
to Individual reason. Its truths are
t)t accepted upon authority alone;
but all are at liberty to test them;
nay. In many cases, the pupil Is re required
quired required to think out his own conclo conclo-tons.
tons. conclo-tons. Every step in a scientific con conclusion
clusion conclusion Is submitted to his judgment.
He is not asked to admit It without
seeing It to be true. And the trust
to his own powers thus produced is
farther Increased by the constancy
with which nature justifies his con conclusions
clusions conclusions when they are correctly
drawn. From all which there flows
that independence which Is s most
valuable element In character. Her Herbert
bert Herbert Spencer.
Most Eggs In New Moon Period.
Experiments have shown that more
eggs will hatch if the hen Is set when
the moon Is new, or very close to
that period, and that the young chicks
hatched at that time will be stronger
and more vigorous, and will grow more
rapidly. On the other hand, chicks
hatched when there Is no moon are
often more weakly and do not make
such strong and vigorous fowls, nor
are they such good egg-layers.
Beliefs Connected With Arch.
The arch, one of the most beauti beautiful
ful beautiful of architectural achievements, was
often associated with superstition. In
India. In China, in New Zealand, to
crawl under a briar gron down In
the shape of an arch is considered a
sure cure for rheumatism, boils,
whooping cough, or whatever ails you.
A sick child is passed under such an
arch. In Borneo, and in New Guinea,
passing under an arch Is an initiation
process observed with much ceremony.

Splendid Work Under the Most Try

ing Circumstances by Crew
of a Submarine
Associated Press)
Ililo. Hawaii, May 17. The subma
rine R-14 arrived here yesterday un-
ier jury rig after exhausting her oil
supplies while searching for the miss-
in? navy tue Conestoea. The sub
marine had sails made from ham hammocks
mocks hammocks and mattresses supported on
masts and yards made from steel bunk.
rods. The oil supply gave out May 10.
PUZZLING OVER A
DIFFICULT PROBLEM
Southern Trade Bodies are Much Con
cerned With Agricultural and
Transportation System
Information of a startling charac character
ter character concerning the expenditures of
the United States government were
made known at the convention of the
Southern Commercial Secretaries As Association
sociation Association held in Jacksonville last
week by Mr. N. A. Faris, of the St
Louis chamber of commerce. Mr.
Farris presented a diagram to the
convention showing that the" obliga obligations
tions obligations arising from the recent and
past wars made up 67.8 per cent of the
national budget of the government;
current military needs, 25 per cent;
government functions 3.2 per cent;
fv.nltlis ni'rtL-CT Q ts lCfiO PArl QYt4
r
eaucauonai worn, l per cent,, wr.
Farris pointed out that under the
head of research and educational work
comes the work done by the United
States department of .agriculture.
More than 90 per cent of the revenue
of the country is being spent for war
and military purposes. As Mr. Far Farris
ris Farris stated this is a fact that should
give the people of the country some something
thing something to think about.
The secretary of the Marion County
Board of Trade, who attended the
convention in Jacksonville, states
that he learned from the secretaries
attending the convention -4lt--the
chambers of commerce and boards of
trade throughout the South are much
concerned, about the agricultural sit situation.
uation. situation. The problem of freight trans transportation
portation transportation by rail is also receiving
much attention and the freight rate
situation is being met by renewed ef efforts
forts efforts to develop the waterways in the
South. Distribution is the great prob problem
lem problem of agriculture. Effort is now be being
ing being made in the South to' market the
cotton crop by means of an organiza organization
tion organization similar to that of the raisin and
prune growers of California. The
men who organized the raisin and
prune growers are now in the South
working on the cotton market prob problem.
lem. problem. SEAY IS SUSPECTED
Believed that an Alabama Man Mur
dered and Mutilated his
Wife
(Associated Prt-Rs)
Florence, Ala., May 17. S. W.
Seay, a department store clerk, was
arrested at 3 oclock this morning
when he approached the home of his
mother here and is being held in con
nection with the death of his bride,
whose mutilated and partly burned
body was found Sunday night on the
outskirts of the city.
VETERANS OF SPANISH-
AMERICAN WAR
Expect to Hold Annual State Encamp
ment in Jacksonville
July 4-5-6
(Associated Press
Jacksonville, May 17. The annual
state encampment of the Spanish War
Veterans will be held here July 4-5-6,
according to an announcement pub published
lished published here today.
JUDGE WILLIAM MARTIN
(Associated Press)
Orlando, May 17. Judge William
Martin, for twenty-three years county
judge of Orange county, died today
after a several weeks illness. He
was 65 years of age and came from
one of the oldest North Carolina fam families.
ilies. families. The burial will take place at
Elizabeth City, N. C.
Our Bathing Caps are pretty and
durable. All fresh stock. GerigV
Drug Store. tf
BEWARE

Men of the American Legioe. in Ses Session
sion Session at Orlando Want their
Bonus Money

(Associated Press)
Orlando, May 17. Resolutions by
the legislative committee and resolu resolutions
tions resolutions committee favoring the passage
of a bill by Congress providing for an
adjusted compensation to former serv service
ice service men were unanimously adopted to today
day today by the state convention of the
American Legion in session here. The
convention is unanimously in favor of
adoption of the Busto bill by the state
legislature in the event the Busto
measure's provisions could not be am amplified.
plified. amplified. SLOGAN OF THE SOLDIERS
IN THE PHENOMENAL CITY i
"We Stuck Together Once; Let's Do
It Now," Rings Through the
Streets of Orlando
(Tampa Times)
Orlando, May 16. Early yesterday
the first elements of legionnaires, ex ex-service
service ex-service men, their friends and rela relatives
tives relatives began to filter into this city, and
this morning Orlando awoke to find
itself a willing captive to the hordes
of American Legion men, their wives,
relatives and friends, here to attend
the third annual reunion and conven convention
tion convention of the Florida legionnaires.
Buddies and their friends from ev every
ery every section of the state have continued
to arrive in Orlando since early Sun
day morning. Every conceivable
mode of transportation was brought
into use to bring the ex-soldiers here.
Horseback, in automobiles, by train
and on foot, the legionnaires marched
cn their objective, "The City Beauti
ful." A bit of aerial play is expected
when planes from Carlstrom field ar arrive.
rive. arrive. The U. S. S. Tampa Post No. 5, re reinforced
inforced reinforced by legionnaires from Plant
City, Lakeland, St. Petersburg and
other points, arrived here early last
night on a special train. The Tam Tampans
pans Tampans and their friends made up the
largest single delegation to the con convention.
vention. convention.
Fought the War Over
Iast night the war was fought
over again a la "indoor sport" style.
Every branch of the service is repre represented
sented represented at the convention, from the
"doughboy" and "redleg" to army
nurse and yeomanette. The legion
slogan, "We stuck together once, let's
do it now," catches the spirit of the
big meeting nicely, for the buddies
are enjoying the greatest family re reunion
union reunion since the first convention in
Jacksonville three years ago.
Orlandans are welcoming the le legionnaires
gionnaires legionnaires with open arms. Nothing
has been left undone, to give the ex ex-fighters
fighters ex-fighters the time of their lives, and
for their comfort. An elaborate pro program
gram program has been arranged for their
amusement and the "buddies." while
still remembering the days of the
camp, hike and campaigns, have come
to the conclusion that "it was a good
little old war after all." v
Early this morning delegates from
all parts of the state registered at
headquarters and were assigned to
various tasks. A feature of this reg
istration was the cordial relations be- r
tween the Orlando delegation and
those from other parts of the tsate.
The Orlando post has opened its doors
and turned the entire city over to the
visiting delegations. Every delegate
and visitor is treated with the old
time army cordiality of "howdy, bud buddy,
dy, buddy, what can we do for you and what
do you want?"
ARGENTINA MAY BECOME
GREAT OIL PRODUCER
Buencs Aires, May 15. Experts in
oil production say that, as a result of
the rich discoveries of oil in the Com Com-odoro
odoro Com-odoro Rivadavia field, Argentina may
become one of the world's great
sources of fuel. The well with came
in on Feb. 28th with, an initial pro production
duction production of about 1200 barrels an hour
is continuing to flow at approximately
the same amount.
JAIL SENTENCES EFFECTIVE
Clearwater, May 17. "Moonshin "Moonshiners"
ers" "Moonshiners" and "bootleggers" are becoming
scarce in Pinellas county since Coun County
ty County Judge Bird has made good his
threat of imposing jail sentences in instead
stead instead of fines to those who persist in
violating the liquor laws. In many in instances
stances instances he has given terms of four
months with the result that fewer
cases are on the docket at each term
of court.
New Ford touring car. Just bought
it but dont need it. It is at the Ford
Garage; $575. James Hall, phone 218.

Representative Hunter Insists the Er Erroneous
roneous Erroneous Reports About His Pet
Measure be Corrected

(Times-Union)
Tallahassee, May 16. Mr. Hunter,
chairman of the committee on finance
and taxation, says that the provisions
of the committee bill providing a tax
on gasoline, lighting, lubricating and
fuel oils has been misrepresented, par particularly
ticularly particularly that feature taxing fuel oil,
which is two cents on a barrel of 42
gallons and not two cents a gallon, as
has been stated. In this connection he
has prepared the following state statement:
ment: statement: The Hunter gasoline and oil bill
(House bill 674) provides for an ex excise
cise excise tax on gasoline at the rate of one
cent per gallon, on kerosene at the.
late of one-fourth cent per gallon, sig
nal oil at one-fourth cent per gallon,
while gas oil, crude oil and fuel oil
pay at the rate of two cents per bar barrel
rel barrel of forty-two gallons.
The bill provides that persons desir-
ing to engage in'this business must j
make application to the comptroller,
stating whether the desire is to be
classed as an "interstate distributor,
who is simply a broker, and buys and
sells only in interstate packages. At
the present time, there are no dealers
that might be classed as interstate
dealers in business in this state. This
division would also cover brokers or
other dealers from other states who
might locate in this state temporarily.
Thus it will be seen that this section
of the law is intended to protect the
legitimate dealer. The. dealer who
will serve the retailer is a "distribu "distributor
tor "distributor of gasoline," who simply pays the
license described in the occupation tax
and pays no other license under this
act.
The retailer is. a dealer who sells
gasoline or oils in lots of less than
fifty gallons. He pays no license other
than the occupation tax. There 'is a
fee charged for the registration in
the comptroller's office.
The tax prescribed is paid to the
state treasurer by the person first
selling the gasoline or oil after it has
been unloaded from an interstate car carrier
rier carrier and he makes his report to the
comptroller. There is no further re report
port report required from any dealer after
the tax has been paid the first time.
The "distributor of gasoline," (the
wholesaler) pays the tax and furnishes
a certificate that the tax has been paid
in the same manner as the inspection
tax is now paid. Should a retailer
buy gasoline out of the state upon
which the tax had not been paid, he
would, have to make a return. It is
hardly probable that such a case would
happen. The bill does not create any
office or job and there will be no ex expense
pense expense to (he state for collection and
it will produce a revenue that will
equal at least two and one-half mills,
thus reducing the millage on the over overburdened
burdened overburdened taxpaying citizens of this
tate. The majority by which the bill
passed the House would indicate that
the bill must have considerable merit
to withstand the gruelling attack of
practically a day's debate.
The bill is drawn under the provis provision
ion provision of Section 2 of Article 9, of the
constitution of Florida.
EXPERIMENT STATION
IN THE EVERGLADES
(Associated Presa)
Tallahassee, May 17- The House
today passed the bill for the estab establishment
lishment establishment of an agricultural experi experiment
ment experiment station in the Everglades.
One white Buick, bargain for quick
sale. Spencer-Pedrick Motor Co. tfi

ANNOUNCEMENT
We are pleased to announce to our customers
and friends that we have added afull and com complete
plete complete line ol dried meats, namely: Bologna Sau

i i 4 W-t:

a a v .-.

meat. -.You must see this wonderful machine to
appreciate the service it gives to the customer.
One visit to our store will convince you that this
is the place to buy your fancy meats.
Call or Phone us for anything yon want in car line.
Main Street Market, psE

Anniversary of the "Battle" of Mate Mate-wan
wan Mate-wan Expected to Bring on
Another Outbreak

(Associated Press)
Williamson, May 17- Preparations
are being made here in anticipation of
any untoward activities on the Mingo
fighting front Thursday, which is the
anniversary of the battle of Matewan,
in which ten persons were killed. Al Although
though Although hostilities have practically
ceased, activities are increasing be behind
hind behind the battle lines, according to au authorities
thorities authorities here.
REQUEST FOR THE "REGULARS
Charleston, W. Va., May 17. De Declaring
claring Declaring that the situation in Mingo
county is "a smouldering volcano with
an eruption all the more imminent"
because of expected demonstrations
next Thursday, the first anniversary
of the battle of Matewan, Mingo
county authorities last night again
asked Gov. Morgan for federal troops.
The appeal, in the form of a telegram.
was signed by Judge R. D. Bailey of
the Mingo circuit court; Sheriff A. a
pinson and S. D. Stokes, prosecuting
'attorney.
CALL FROM KENTUCKY
Frankfort, Ky., May 17. Governor
Edwin P. Morrow late last night sent
a telegram to the war department in
Washington requesting that federal
troops be sent to the Tug river dis district
trict district which has been in a tsate of vir virtual
tual virtual guerilla warfare for four days.
Gov. Morrow's request for troops
followed receipt qf a message from
Gov. Morgan of West Virginia con
taining a demand by the sheriff of
Mingo county Jpr dispatch of a fed
eral contingent. In mis message Gov.
Morgan recommended that Gov. Mor Morrow
row Morrow join with him in a request for
troops.
BIRTHDAY PARTY
Last evening Miss Mabel Lytle did
rather the unusual thing, but which
proved most interesting and eny eny-able.
able. eny-able. Yesterday was her eighteenth
birthday and to commemorate same
she planned a birthday party at the
home of her mother, Mrs. Frank Lytle
and invited a number of friends to
come to her home at eight o'clock for
a frolic and all sorts of games and it
was not until the guests were invited
into the dining room for refreshments
that they knew the real meaning of
the party. Telling the secret was a
beautifully, decorated cake with eight eighteen
een eighteen lighted candles. This was a small
and informal occasion and very im impromptu,
promptu, impromptu, but just the kind of party
that always proves most congenial
eind enjoyable, and all of those pres
ent last evening will remember the
occasion as a very unique and clever
one, as is typical of the hostess.
BITTEN BY THE JEALOUSY BUG
Seventy-Year-Old Tampa Italian Kill Kill-ed
ed Kill-ed His 67-Year-Okl Wife
Associated Press)
'Tampa, May 17 Although the date
for the preliminary hearing has not
been set, the police today stated that
Gotaeppe Polermo, an Italian, charg charged
ed charged with killing his wife, last night
with a golfclub, has been turned over
to the state. Polermo told the police
two men had been showing his wife
attention. Polermo is nearly seventy
and his wife was sixty-seven. They
had been married fifty years.
Standard drugs and specialties,
promptly delivered. Phone 435. G.
C. Greene. 2-tf
This is a.Studebaker year. tf
sage, Dried Beef,
Boiled and Boneless
Cured Ham. With
this we have in installed
stalled installed a new Amer Amer-can
can Amer-can Slicing machine
which gives you twice
the amount of slices of
meat per pound as
the old way of selling



OCA LA EVENING STAR, TUESDAY, MAY 17, 1921

Ocala Evening Star

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OCALA, FLORIDA

DroDOsition before Palatka became a

i candidate- The Star, six weeks ago,

proposed that all the Central and

South Florida cities fe-et together and

R. R. Carroll, President
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OCALA HIGH SCHOOL'S ANNUAL

.Volume Second of the "Ocaleean,"
the Ocala High School's annual, has

OCALA AND PALATKA
HIGH SCHOOLS' GAME

amicably decide which should be theiconae to hand, and deserves high

candidate. The Palatka map doesn't .praise.. It is indeed a fine little pub pub-worry
worry pub-worry Ocala any; but any person ac- lication and not only deserves the
quainted with Florida who sees it will 'deep interest of our own people, but

?av that a man who would draw a map i would awaken the attention of an out

of the state with the main line of the
Seaboard Air Line left off is a woe woeful
ful woeful ignoramus. The map will hurt
Palatka more than it will Ooala or

Orlando.

The Star should have credit for the
rain, because the Star called for the
watercart, and every time an agitation
starts for the watercart it's sure to
rain in a day or two.

What is the use of fretting that
Bradford county sheriff because he
does not gather in Catts. If his war warrant
rant warrant is keeping Catts out of the state
it is earning its salary, board and
lodging.

It seems to be a weakness of all old

men to. pat small boys on the head.
Now, we can remember that when we

were a small boy it used to fill our
heart with hatred for any man for
him to pat us on the head. Were we
alone in a class, or did other small
boys have a similar feeling

sitier. It is dedicated to Miss Marv

Sheppard, the assistant principal,
"whose loyalty and usefulness' it
says, "made our annual possible."
The annual is illustrated with pic pictures
tures pictures of school officials, teachers,

We understand that there was ajgraduates for this year, the members

bill before the legislature, proposing of the Oealeean stall and many others,

to tax everv man who owned a revol-lall of whom should, cherish the an-

ver $2 and every man who owned ainual, because not even their dearest

high-powered rifle, automatic or re-1 friends will realize how good-look-peating
shotgun $10. We understand j ing they are until they see said pic pic-the
the pic-the bill was killed as it should be, be-jtures. The literary features are a
cause under it any well-to-do man j proof of bright and energetic minds,
could arm himself, even if he was (and sparkle with happy hits all the
plotting a crime, while a poor but; way thru.

honest man could not afford to keep! It is a book that every Ocala family

a weaoon for the defense of himself

and family. The great thing that offi officers
cers officers of the law as well as good citi citizens
zens citizens desire is to keep weapons out of
the' hands of the criminal classes, and
in this as in most everything, our law lawmakers
makers lawmakers go at it wrong side first. Why
does not the legislature pass a law re requiring
quiring requiring every man desiring to possess
a gun to take out a license, which
shall be issued to him by the county
commissioners, on his bringing for forward
ward forward two other citizens to testify to
his good character. Such license should
cost the citizen a nominal sum, say a
dollar, and he should pay a tax of at
least 50 cents a year on it. And the
law should also provide that no dealer
in arms or ammunition should, under
penalty of a heavy fine, sell either
arms or ammunition to any man or
woman unless he or she produced his
or her license. This would inconven inconvenience
ience inconvenience good people very little, but
would prove a safety catch on the in indiscriminate
discriminate indiscriminate selling of arms and am ammunition,
munition, ammunition, and would also add a small
amount to the state and county finances.

(Palatka New
Gus Long pitched a three-hit game
yesterday afternoon against the
Ocala high school boys and 'struck out
eighteen men, winning a slow and un uninteresting
interesting uninteresting game by the score of 7 to
3. The field was very muddy, and
was responsible for the many errors
which were made on lth sides. After
the third inning when M. Thomas had
been knx-rV"t of the box and been
replaced by A. Thomas, the Ocala
boys took new heart and made a very
good showing throughout the remain remainder
der remainder of the gair.e. Palatka made six
hits off the two pitchers. Jack Will Williams,
iams, Williams, for Ocala. Fen ell and Oliver for
Putnam hiirh. each secured a two two-base
base two-base hit during the game. The bat batteries
teries batteries for Putnam high were Long
and Mosely and for Ocala M. Thomas,
A. T. Thomas, Smith and Wilkes.
Sanfoid and Smith were the umpires.

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that has children in the school should

obtain and keep s an integral part of jT,,E f;OOI) nu, ,JAYS ARE

It is reported that the legislature
will submit to the people an amend amendment
ment amendment allowing each county to votes its
school millage and each sub-school
district to vote its' additional millage.
This would be a sensible law and the
Star would advocate it. The Star
doesn't want Marion's millage regu regulated
lated regulated by the wishes or freaks of other
counties. .Let the legislature lay this
.amendment before the people, and if it
becomes law let each "county hereaf hereafter
ter hereafter take care of its own school affairs
without calling on the state for aid.

Governor Dorsey of Georgia says
the rfegroes in his state are ill treated
and calls on other Georgians to help
remedy the evil, without assistance o
rather interference from the outside.
Consequently, the governor is being
subjected to much severe criticism
and some threats from other Geor Georgians,
gians, Georgians, prominent among whom is Tom
Hardwick, who will succeed Dorsey
as governor. From the dispatches
written by Georgia men, and sent all
over the country with their knowledge,
it is plainly the fact that in some
parts of Georgia the negro has to
suffer .great injustice. It will be pest,
as Governor Dorsey says, for Geor Georgians
gians Georgians to suppress this evil themselves.
Georgia is a big state but she can't
afford to have all the other states
condemn her for the evil deeds of a
partof her people.

The Fort Lauderdale Herald re remarks:
marks: remarks: "There is not much chance of
the capital of Florida being removed
from Tallahassee to any of the, cities
of the central part of the state until
the people settle on one city and work
for it alone. So long as two or three
cities are fighting for the capital and
the forces in the legislature are divid divided
ed divided between them the capital will re remain
main remain at Tallahassee. Orlando is real really
ly really the choice of the people of the
southern portion of the state, but it is
most too far south to please the ma majority
jority majority of the citizens of the whole
state. Ocala is located practically in
the center, of the state, therefore
Ocala would seem to be the logical
location for the capital. If the other
contenders for the capital would fall
in line and work for Ocala the capi capital
tal capital could be moved during this session
of the legislature. The votes are
there to turn the trick, if they were
not divided between the different candidates."

The Star is not an anti-corpoartion
paper. It realizes the great benefit

corporations are to the public and is

against any laws being passed to
spite or oppress them or to overtax
them. At the same time it thinks
they should bear their share of the
public burden, and feels itself bound
to denounce the practice common to
most of them, of trying to corrupt
public representatives and officials
whenever any measure comes up that
will compel them to pay a little real
money to the state. The Hunter gas gasoline
oline gasoline and oil bill, for instance, does
not tax the big oil companies or the
East Coast Railway a featherweight
in comparison with the occupation
tax on every merchant or the direct
tax on a farmer's home and land, but
to hear the complaints of their repre representatives
sentatives representatives one would be disposed to
think their property would be confis confiscated
cated confiscated if the bill passed. The bill has
been much misrepresented in both the
Times-Union and Tribune, which pa papers
pers papers have in that manner tried to
turn the people against it," but the
heavy majority by which it passed
the House shows how it stands with
the men who understand it. It is now
in the hands of the Senate, and if the
senators have as much regard for the
public welfare as the representatives
have had, the bill will become law.

their young lives: something thev

will eagerly refer to time and time
again as they grow older, and to
whom it will be priceless when they
become men and women.
The Ocaleean staff this year is is-Nathan
Nathan is-Nathan Mayo, editor in chief; Annie
Rooney, assistant editor; Ruth War Warner,
ner, Warner, literary editor; Robert Hall, bus business
iness business manager; Ralph Cleveland, as assistant
sistant assistant manager; Elizabeth Home,
athletic editor; Wilfred Harold, art

editor; Oscar Theus, assistant art edi editor;
tor; editor; Wycliffe Steele, joke and ex ex-editor.
editor. ex-editor. Well have they done their

work.

If you want a copy, notify Robert
Hall, who will take pleasure in book booking
ing booking your order.

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

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

FAST COMING BACK

Rub-My-Tism for Rheumatism.

QUAUTY
CLEANLINESS
TRY OUR
PROMPT SERVICE

Everything to Eat
PRICES RIGHT

Cook's
Market and
Grocery

PHONE

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. 22 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.

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WE CORDIALLY INVITE YOU
To Inspect Our
UP-TO-DATE
Odorless Dry Cleaning Plant
Thoroughly Equipped With
MODERN MACHINERY
Garments Pressed on STEAM PRESSES
GUARANTEE NO SMELL OF
Gasoline or Cleaning Preparations
Phone 101
DEPARTMENT DRY CLEANING
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Ocala Steam Laundry

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ODD FELLOWS

Tulula Lodge No. 22, I. O. O. F.,
meets every Tuesday evening at 8
o'clock at the Odd Fellows hall in the
third story of the Gary block. A
warm welcome always extended to
visiting brothers.
T. C. Carter, N. G.
Frank G. Churchill, Secretary.

Rub-My-Tism kills pain. Adv.

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

Ocala Lodge No. 28G, 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 r.r.d the Book
Shop, 113 Main street.
A. A. Vandenbrock, E. R.
C. Y.' Miller, Secretary.

666 cures Bilious Fever. Adv.

KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS

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

Rub-Mv-Tism kills infection. Ad.-.

WOODMEN OF THE WORLD

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

ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE
OF TRAINS IN OCALA
Seaboard Air Line
Arrive from Jacksonville.. 2:10a.m.
Leave for Tampa 2:15 a.m.
Arrive from Jacksonville.. 1:30p.m.
Leave for Tampa 1:55 p.m.
Arrive from Jacksonville.. 3:51p.m.
-ave for Tampa 4:05 p.m.
Arrive from Tampa 2:14 a.m.
Leave for Jacksonville.... 2:15a.m.
Arrive from Tampa 1:35 p.m.
Leave for Jacksonville.... 1:55p.m.
Arrive from Tampa 4:16 p.m.
jeave for Jacksonville.... 4:17p.m.
Arrive from New York 1:34 a.m.
Leave for St. Petersburg.. 1:37a.m.
Arrive from St. Petersburg 2:55 a. m
Leave for New York 3:00 a.m.
Atlantic Coast Line

Plrrive from Jacksonville.. 2:31 a.m.

weave for St. Petersburg.. 2:32a.m.
Arrive from Jacksonville.. 3:34 p.m.
Leave for St. Petersburg.. 3:35 p. m.
Arrive from Jacksonville. 10:12 p. m.
Leave for Leesburg 10:13 p. "n.
Arrive from St. Petersburg 2:26 a.m.
eave for Jacksonville.... 2:27a. m
Arrive from St. Petersburg 1:25 p.m.
Leave for Jacksonville. . 1:45 p. m.
Arrive from Leesburg.... 6:41a.m.
Leave for Jacksonville 6:42 a.m.
Arrive from Homosassa... 1.25 p.m.
Leave for Homosassa 3:25 p. c
Arrive from Gainesville,
daily except Sunday 11:50 a. m
Leave for Gainesville, daily
except Sunday 4:45 p m.
Leave for Lakeland Tues Tuesday,
day, Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday 7:25 a. nx,
Ar. from Lakeland, Tues Tuesday,
day, Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday 11 :o3 p. m.
Leave for Wilcox, Monday,
Wednesday and Friday.. 7:10a.m.
Arrive from Wilcox, Monday-
Wednesday. Friday. 6:45 p.m.

The Full-Weight Quality Loaf is NOW

Cents

lor

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

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Editor Benjamin of the Ocala Star,
has a rare gift of editorializing in his
headlines, and if we are to accept his
declarations on the front page as be

ing authoritative, Ocala has accepted
the proposal of Palatka to urge the
legislature to pass a resolution pro providing
viding providing for the submission to the peo people
ple people a constitutional amendment for
removal of the capital from Tallahas Tallahassee
see Tallahassee "to some point east of the Su Su-wanee
wanee Su-wanee river.'! Editor Benjamin picks
a few flaws in the map which was
printed in the News and other state
papers, pointing out that it did not
show all of Ocala's advantages. The
map was made to show Palatka's ad-
,n.4.M-.AM : i i : i

lauvagca m location ana ran, centers. , Xt 01 r r c
nrv , Ocala Chapter No. 2'J, O. fc.. fc

oeaooara Air une was leu ottnets Qt the Masonic hall the second
because the Seaboard doesn't touch at and fourth Thursday evenings of each
Palatka, and if it did could not contri- 'month at 8 o'clock,
bute any additional conveniences of j Mrs. Rosalie Condon, W. M.
rail travel to this city from any see-j Mrs. Susan Cook. Secretary.
tion of the state. Palatka News. j
Ocala didn't accept Palatka's pro- New Ford touring car. Just bought
position. Friend News; she agreed jit but don't need it. It is at the Ford
with it; because she made the same1 Garage; $575. James Hall, phone 21S.

Fire
Insurance
Ocala, Florida

You all know FEDERAL, QUALITY More
Nourishment in Every Bite,, and it
Tastes Better Too.
Eat More Fetileral Bread
FEDERAL SYSTEM OF BAKERIES
OCALA HOUSE BLOCK

1 THIS IS -A STUDEBAKER YEAR I

VISIT

This is a Studebaker year.

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666 cures Chills and Fever. Adv.

IROfOSLS W'AVTED

scaled proposaJs will be rttH v-il by
the city council of the city of Ocala.
until 7:30 p. rn. on .May 21st, 1921, for
furnishing all materials an-i doing the
work of -building in place approx innate innately
ly innately twelve thousand lineal feet of com combination
bination combination curb and gutter, also for tak taking
ing taking up and resetting or building new
any psirt thereof of fifty thousand
lineal feet of straight curb.
A certified check for five hundred
dollars made payable to the City of
o-ala. Florida, must accompany each
bid as a guarantee that the bidder will,
if awarded the contract, enter into
agreement, within ten days, to do the
work and furnish a penal bond for a
tium not less than twenty-five per cent,
of the estimated amount of the con contract,
tract, contract, said Wnd to be furnished by a
surety company j-atisf actory to the
city council of K-ala. Florida.
i;ids will be a-ldressed to the city
council of x-ala, Florida, and b mark marked
ed marked as a bil for curb, liids may be de delivered
livered delivered by mail or otherwise at the of of-tie
tie of-tie of the city clerk, city hall. Ocala,
Florida.
Plans and sj-ci Scat ions are on file
f'r reference in the office of the city
clerk and city engineer.
The city reserves the ris;ht to reject
airy or all bids and to wiive all formal formalities.
ities. formalities. II. C. slSTP.CXK,
GKUUGE F. YOUNG. Oily Clerk.
City Knaririecr. Ocala, Fla. 5-17-eod

Our Splendidly Equipped Repair Shop
Sec How Well We Are Prepared lo Fix Your Automobile
S MURPHY MOTOR COMPANY

Main Street, Opposite Ocala Iron. Works - OCALA, FLORIDA -M

c c :You have often thought
vou would have your

examiueu uiuc

eyes

iEt day." wny delay longer.
DR. K. J. WEIHE,
Optometrist and Optician
Eyesight Specialist

Day Phone 47. Night Phone 515
GEORGE MacKAY & CO.
Funeral Directors, Embalmers
- G. B. Overton, Mgr.
Ocala, Fla.

! If you smoke cigars why not get
the best? Ask for Garcia de Oro 10

' at all dealers.

5-tf

Why not let CORDREY
do your hauling? Also
trunks.
PHONE 434

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

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

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centbottim. II hm can't tap
pig yom av tcdl do mo mm
raccxpf of 30 cent.
Th Bogart Company
Dajrtoa Baaca Saa Braaac
Fla. T fla

W. K. Lane, M. D physiciaa sod
rurgeoo, specialist eye, ear, nose aad
throat. Office over 5 and 10 cent store,
Ocala, Fla. Adv. tf

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OCALA EVENING STAR. TUESDAY, MAY 17, 1921

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We would not jeopardize
the reputation for honest
value which attaches our ourselves
selves ourselves as representatives
of Dodge Brothers motor
cars, by allowing you to
buy here a used Dodge
Brothers car which is not,
in every way, an honest

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

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Geo. MacKay I Co.
Ocala, Fla.
HARDWARE
HIGH GRADE PAINT

666 cures Dengue Fever. Adv.

L. ALEXANDER
PRACTICAL CONTRACTOR
AND BUILDER
Careful estimates made on all con contract
tract contract work. Gives more and better
work for the money than any other
contractor in the city.

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

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

SOCIAL CALENDAR
FOR THE WEEK
This week's social calendar shows
that just about every day is filled with
some kind of an affair, all of which
will be of much" pleasure. Following
are some of the plans:
This afternoon Mrs. Clarence Camp
and daughter, Miss Nettie Camp are
entertaining at auction at their home,
complimenting Mrs. Charles Lloyd of
Jacksonville and Mrs. Phil Robinson
of Inverness.
Tonight the young ladies' Tuesday
evening auction club will be entertain entertained
ed entertained by Miss Loureen Spencer. .The
Business and Professional Woman's
Club will also have a social gathering
in their rooms.
Tomorrow afternoon Miss Dorothy
Schreiber will entertain a number of
her friends at auction at her home on
Oklawaha avenue, and Mrs. Maade
Home and daughters, Misses Ethel
and Elilabth Home, will give a "lawn
party" at their home from five to

seven o'clock which promises to be one
of the largest functions of the week.
Thursday evening Miss Mabel Mef Mef-fert
fert Mef-fert will be the hostess at the regular
weekly meeting of the "A" club.
Saturday night the members of the
T. A. G. club will conclude a delightful
week with a trip down the Oklawaha
river.
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 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 Pineapple
apple Pineapple No. 2 tins i..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.

BARGAINS

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

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

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

"TWIT On U TTFITT

e Complete Electric light and Power Plant

for

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Mr

jfib.b. Day-bon.O.
LIKE all other Delco-Light plants,
j this model at $295 has the famous
valve-in-head, four-cycle, air-cooled
motor. It is self-cranking. There is
only one place to oil. It runs on kero kerosene,
sene, kerosene, is economical and easy to operate
Years of Delco-Light engineering
development, together willi t!.: c::;;cri c::;;cri-ence
ence c::;;cri-ence gained from over 135,000 users have
combined to produce the value that is
represented in all Delco-Light Products.
There are twenty -five styles c.r.-). sirs'?
of Delco-Light plants, to meet every
need of farms, stores, country homes and
all those places where individ::d !:htin j
plants are a necessity.
Write for catalog or conic in and let p
tell you what Delco-Light can do tcr
- -a 1

you. Delco-Light betters living c
ditions and pays for itself.
DELCO-LIGHT COMPANY
DAYTON, OHIO

DOMESTIC ELETRIC LIGHT CO., Distributors
JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA

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The following resolutions were

adopted by the American Legion in

its second annual convention at Cleve-

and, Sept. 2Sth, 1920:

Whereas, A movement has been in

stituted to adopt the poppy as the

memorial flower of the American Le

gion throughout the nation; and,

Whereas, Out of this should come

some symbol to perpetually remind
us, and to unfailingly teach coming

generations the value of the "Light of

Liberty," and our debt to those who

helped to save it for us by paying the

supreme sacrifice, and that we may

not forget that

"In Flanders' field the poppies grow
"Among the crosses row on row."

therefore, be it

Resolved, By the American Legion

in convention assembled, that the

movement to have the poppy adopted
as the memorial flower of the Ameri American
can American Legion be endorsed; and be it further

Resolved, That the national conven

tion adopt the poppy as the official
memorial flower of the American Legion.

Note: By action of the national' ex

ecutive committee the poppy should

be worn on "Memorial" or "Decora "Decoration
tion "Decoration Day" and not on Armistice Day.

The above resolution is taken ver

batim from the summary of conven

tion proceedings, page 27.

Madame Gur-rin. whose speech at

Cleveland led to the adoption of the

resolution, has had millions of silk

poppies made by French widows and

orphans for the coming Memorial

Day. Thes are being distributed by

the American Franco Children's

League, of which Col. Robert H. Tyn-

dall is treasurer; and the proceeds are

being returned to France through ac

credited channels for the relief of the

widows and orphans.

MEMORIAL DAY POPPIES

WELCOME VISITORS

After a pleasant visit in the city as

guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs.

G. B. Weihe, Rev. and Mrs. L. W.

Moore and daughter, Mrs. J. B. Reed

have returned to their home in St.

Petersburg. Rev .and Mrs. Moore and
daughter came especially to attend
the Methodist conference, which was

held in Ocala for two days last week,

and having resided in this city about

ten years ago they were extended a

cordial welcome by their many friends.

Among the courtesies shown them

was the afternoon when Mrs. Weihe
entertained the regular monthly meet

ing of the King's Daughters. It was

an unusually large gathering and aft after
er after the business meeting, Mrs. Weihe
arranged a social hour which proved
most enjoyable". Assisting Mrs. Weihe
was her daughter-in-law, Mrs. Karl

Weihe. Refreshments of cake and

mints were served at the conclusion of
this meeting.

GOOD WORK OF

BAPTIST WOMEN

Chattanooga, May 17. During the

33 years of the organized work of the

Baptist women of the South they have

contributed, through the Woman's
Missionary Union, approximately $11, $11,-000,000
000,000 $11,-000,000 in cash and boxes of supplies
to the various interests fostered by
Southren Baptists, the annual report
of the union to the Southern Baptist
convention here last night, stated.

TRIBUTE TO A GOOD WOMAN

We, the undersigned, have always

found Rosa Greene to be an honest,
sober and industrious character.

Nothing but good ever fell from her

ips and her hands were ever ready

to help an unfortunate person. Many

little street urchin will miss her

kind remembrance at the back door

of her restaurant and the little adopt adopted
ed adopted baby girl has lost a mother indeed.

Many a good deed done by her will

not be known until the big book is
opened at the last day. Her. death

even was caused by the poor, home-

ess girl whom she had taken in for

charity's sake.

Mrs. Chris. Simmons.
Mrs. R. M. McCann.
Mrs. J. C. Bray.
Emily Hogan.
Mrs. G. D. Hogan.
Mrs. L. F. Teuton.
Mrs. H. E. Cook.
L. F. Teuton.
Mr. and Mrs. Joe BomolinL
Mrs. J. L. Lawrence.

SUNSET POINT WILL

BE DEVELOPED

Clearwater, May 17. Sontet Point,

on the north edge of the city limits,
is to be the scene of great activity in
the near future. Northern capitalists
and local men will begin immediately

to improve this beauty spot and in

addition to the construction of a large

yacht basin and other improvements,
will build a large hoteL Plans for the

hotel call for a roof garden and other

novelties and tennis, croquet and

roque courts.

Primitive Pins.
Tne earliest kind of pins, or of
pixe Mnrlnff the same purpose a
pins, were probably thorns or th
small bones of fish and other animals.
Among the remains found on the sites
f prehistoric lake-dwellings of Eu Europe
rope Europe there are a number of bone plna,
Mine of rude and ethers of an elegant
form. The great majority of the plna
In these "2ads are, however, of
bronze; but a few of rppr and one
et iron have also been discovered.

You'll Enjoy One
of our cool refreshing ice cream sodas
without a word of doubt. They are
delicious. Sometime in your life ycro
'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 GO.
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 the-Dozier
Dozier 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. BRODERICK
PHONE 5 12

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

5

Persistent Advertising
Promotes and
Maintains
Supremacy

Even a splash from Niagara would soon be
dissipated by the sun and wind if water did
not constantly flow over the precipice. It
is the constant drop of water that wears
away the stone. It is the constant flow of
advertising that promotes and maintains
business supremacy. Phone five-one and
let's talk it over.

Star Publishing Company.

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' &STORAGE

WHITE STAR LBNE

Negotiable Storare Receipts lamed on Cotton, Automobile. Etc

LONG DISTANCE EI0V1SG
Phone' -296

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

Cash and Carry Meat Market
. Located in tie CRESCENT GROCERY CO.'t Store

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

We handle all fed Beet the very best Veal and
Pork. Pay for your meat and not for your
neighbor's who does not pay for .his.

We ask you for your patronage and
Thank You in advance.
Cash and Carry Meat Market



OCALA EVENING STAR, TUESDAY, MAY 17, 1921

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0CAU

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

Mr. D. E. Mclver is looking after
business affairs in Atlanta.

Miss Areola Davis has a position

a3 stenographer in Judge Futch's of
fice.

FOR PERFECT BAIT CASTING
THESE ARE THE REELS
TO CAST perfectly- without a back-lash, snarl or tangle is
over half of the real thrill and sport of game-fishing. To make
every cast a perfect cast- is the added pleasure and joy which
comes to anglers using the South Bend Anti-Back-Lash Reel or
the new Sooth B end -L.evel- Winding Anti-Back-Lash Heel.
It is impossible to make other than a perfect cast with either of these reels
Both have the famous South Bend Anti-Back Lash feature, which in reality
"thumbs' your reel for you. This device automatically stops the reel spool
the instant your bait "lands" at the end of the cast
The new South Bend Level- Winding Anti-Back-Lash Reel is a combination of
the South Bend Anti-Bjick-Lash feature, with the Level Winding or spooling
device of the celebrated Shakespeare. Upon reeling in, your line winds per
fectly even and level. Come in and inspect both these reels.
Geo. MacKay & Co.

This is a StuJebater year. tf

Miss Mabel Meffert returned this

afternoon from a pleasant visit to

Tallahassee.

Miss tloise ilenry is enjoying a

visit in Orlando, as the guest of Miss

Elizabeth Yowell.

Mr .and Mrs. Harry Booher and

son Harry, left this morning by auto automobile
mobile automobile for a pleasure trip to points
south.

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT

UNCLASSIFIED
ADVERTISEMENTS

Following is a list of the criminal

cases so far reached in the circuit

court:

State versus Lizzie King, uttering

false instrument". Pled guilty. Sen Sentenced
tenced Sentenced to two vears in prison.

Tv-mnio If ir-. or fnrocrv PMo1 cruiltv

" - '"I p.(.. c: i: : :

Sentenced suspended during pleasure ... .

of court. o..t.i. : j-.--.

Harvey Wa.hir.gton, breaking and!

entering. Pled iruiltv. Sentence not OK b LL OK KL.M-Home at ro.

VANTED. LOST. r'OUND. FOR
SALE. FOR RENT AND SIM SIM-ILAR
ILAR SIM-ILAR LOCAL NEEDS

passed. j
Ira Money, grand larceny. Pled
jruHty. Sentence not passed.
-Sam Rose, .srrand larceny. Pled
guilty. Sentence not passed.
Albert Hicks receiving stolen
goods. Tried bv jurv and found

euiltv. Sentenced not passed. i
Albert Hicks (?econd case) break-j
ing and entering. Pled guilty. Sen-1

tence not passed.

22 S?ncher street. Apply Rogers Rogers-.IVilson
.IVilson Rogers-.IVilson Realty Company for further
particulars. 9-tf

FOR SALE One good milk cow. In Inquire
quire Inquire of Mrs. Harriet Turner, at

Farmers' Exchange tSore. ll-9t

rUK MLti I wo good mat cows,
U.Jth freh. Apply to C. F. Law

! rence-12: ,N. fcanchez street, ll-fct

riAimnAn npiirnmrni

mm mum i mm

liniLIIUMb UUULUUL

ROYAL ARCn MASONS

II Regular conventions ol the Ocala

, 1 Chapter No. 13. K. A. on the fourth
Arrival and dernrti:re of rassenrer s r.:.. : ,v o

t OCALA UMON STATION. 1 4 i "UMJ 0 y

(i o. esson. 11. i

trains &

The following sclied ale figures pub
lished as information and 'jot guar

anteed.
(Eastern Standard Tim)
SEABOARD AIR LINE RAILROAP;
Leave Arrive j
2:20 am Jacksrnville-N'York 2:10 am j
1:55 pm Jacksonville l:5" r.-ir.
4:17 pm Jacksonville :J:."uptr.
2:15 am Tampa-
Manatee-St Pitr.-Lrg 4:Crj ni;
2:55ara N'York-St. IVtrLrg a am I
2:15 am Tampa 2.!"ani;
l:50pm Tampa-M-mat l:o". m
l:0opm Taiiipa-St. Petrsl-rg 1:0. 1

B. L. Adams. Secretary.

Rub-My-Tiim cures sores. Adv.

ATLANTIC COAST LINK R. il.

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

Simon Brannon, breaking and en-.pOK SALE Sanitary milk and but-

ter. Milk AOc. to 0c. per gallon;
butter 5)c. per pound. Delivered ev every
ery every morning. Evening delivery will

fl "W7HEN you open a bottle of delici-y
ft ous Fehr's Ambrosia, a most
If agreeable surprise awaits you. Every
I Mada from Choicest Grains ILjt
I and Finest Hops
It ia delightfully good and remarkably
Y beneficial. Try it today by itself or with &&t' tN J
a bite to catserve ice cold. fTv&V
Order a Case Sent Home jl C
' SERVED EVERYWHERE Tir f

W

Mrs. W. H. Henry will return Fri Friday
day Friday from Clearwater, where she has
been the guests of friends since last

week.
Mr .Eugene Long of the U. S. S.
Oklahoma is in the city on a furlough
which he is spending with his mother
and sister.

terine. Pled not guiltv. Trial set for

today.
Mary Nicks, grand larceny. Trial
set for May 18. W. K. Zewadski, at attorney
torney attorney for defendant.
Jefferson Daniels and Ralph Howell,

murder in first degree. Trial set for I V.'ANTED At once, white woman to

Relieves
ConstiDation
Don't take purgatives lor Con-
cllnBlInn IK.- r m tiswKlw

1 l i PlTI m. . . .

vnn iie Jm r.-ium! membrane and leave the
?:t.4.?m ctsblr,f-L?.Vlana l-'Pn-'S Bowels la a worse condition

.4 v ttlll UUIlIlfliOIl- UCO ffTsn aSffM

Leate
2:27 am Jacksonviilo-N'York
1:45 pm Jksonville-GainviIle

0:42am Jkonville-(.an5Vil!

Arrit

":21 pm

am
?:30 pm
1U:15 pm

l:4o pm

Dunellon-Lkoland 1 1 :0Z m

1:2.. j. in

Iloraosasisa

Leesturg
Gainesville

ti:42 air

ll:- r.u

'MorJay. "Vednesdav. Fridav-

be-in soon. Phone 35M or address j- l,1etdiy. -ur.av." Saturday

T. O. Thrash, Route A. Ocala. HCt

' MARION. HCNN MASONIC I.Oin;E

4

CARTER'S

ITTLE

11

yon are
troubled
with Con Constipation
stipation Constipation SIckUead SIckUead-ache
ache SIckUead-ache In Indigestion,
digestion, Indigestion, SourS torn-

Mrs. E. A. Snowden returned Sun-:

day from Oxford, where she spent the ing,

week very pleasantly with her sister- ed

in-law, Mrs. T. J. Bailey.

May 18th. R. E. Bullock attorney for ;
defendants.
Cora Richardson, murder in first de- i
gree. Trial set for May 19. R. B. Bui-;
lock attorney for defendant. i
Otis German," assault with intent to!
murder. Pled guilty to aggravated as-!
sault. Sentenced to pay a fine of $100 j
and costs; imprisonment for one year!
in default of fine, and three months ;
additional in default of costs.

Quincy High, breaking and enter-:

Pled guilty. Sentence not pass-

acb. Dizziness. DIIlonsnfEB.

work in dairy and do general house- Mn-nn I-nr o.jt No "0 V j "er'nsncss, or loss ol Appe Appe-woik.
woik. Appe-woik. No objections to children. A h.. meets n first and "thirj otUTEKUmi'tEU
good home to right party. Phone :l.uiMi-y cv.i..?.? of each mr-nth at! PILLS take one after earht

35M or address T. O. Thrash, Route
A, Ocala. ll-6t i
WANTED A hustler with Ford car
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.,'

;-M) oriotk urtii further notir

J. R. Dey. W. M.
C X Adams; ficrtt.iry.

666 cures a Cold quickly. Adv.

meal Aid one at bedtime. A
lew days' treatment will put'V
Stomach, liver and J?ovefs In
normal condition.
Craalac Biust htar tlf utvrc jdZ3?ZZ&
Small P13 SiaiaH Dose Small Price

Tampa, Fla.

12-9t

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At a special meeting of the council
Saturday, the action of the sinking
fund commission in regard to city
bonds was ratified, and an order to
print notices for paving and curbing
voted.

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

The. watermelon season is opening,
and the business of the telegraph of office's
fice's office's greatly increased. Mr. Yonge
Sage is here from Jacksonville to help
his father, Mr. Chas. K. Sage, and
Jimmy Nicholas, sling Western Union
lightning during the rush.

The members of the Business and
Professional Woman's Club will have
a social meeting this evening at 8
o'clock in their rooms and all mem-bA-s
are cordially invited to be pres present
ent present The entertainment committee
announces that this social promises to
be the best one yet.

Rev. C- W. White wishes to an announce
nounce announce to the Methodist congregation
that they will join the Baptists to tomorrow
morrow tomorrow evening. Wednesday, for
prayer meeting. Also that Sunday
school, morning and evening preaching
services will be observed Sundays in
the Temple theater at regular hours,
Mr. E. C. Bennett having donated the
use of the theater during the rebuild rebuilding
ing rebuilding of the Methodist church.

i FOR RENT In my home, sitting
room, dining room, kitchen, bed anJ
'. bath rooms ar.d sleeping porch.
; Liberal ue of piano. At summer

rates. Apply to Mrs. T. E. Bridges,
Sanchez street. 13-6t

WANTED Young man, 28, married,'
wishes steady employment. Handy j
with tools. Best of references if re- j
quired. Address W. D. Parker,
York, Fla. 13-6t
i
WANTED Top buggy in good re-
pair. Answer C. L. P care Star of-.

nee.

14-3f

Mr. W. W. Stripling, our popular
tax collector, consummated a deal re

cently that hot only pleased him andlTOUND Boy "a bicycle. Same can be
his wife, butv all their friends. He j hi.d by calling on I. Shephard at the

THERE is a big differ differ-ence
ence differ-ence between Calumet
and all other Baking Powders.
First You see it in the cost
Calumet ia eold at a moderate
price.
Tlien you observe it in
use. Calumet has more than the
usual leavening strength, therefore
less is required.
Next you notice it in rais raising
ing raising quality in the evenness
lightness and texture of your bak bakings.
ings. bakings. They look better finer
grained.

has purchased the coiner lot on Tus-

water plant, describing wheel ar.d
paying for this ad.' 16-3t

MOSES GROCERY CO., Ocala, Florida

CENTRAL CONSUMERS CO., Louisville, Ky.

Incorporated

J. II. SPENCER

AGENCY

W. R. PEDRICK
All K-iick Cars Equipped With
Cord Tires and Alemite
Oiling System
We Make a Specialty f Parts
for the Buick and the Prices are
Consistent with the Cost of Same

- Fall Line of
AUTO ACCESSORIES

GOODY FAR and U.S. TIRES
and TUBES
Exclusive Agents for
"VESTA" BATTERY
18 MONTHS GUARANTEE
An Up-to-Date
Battery Service Station
We maintain an up-to-date
garage with expert workmen, at
aJl times, assuring prompt and
efficient service.

GASOLINE, OILS and GREASE

SPENCER-PEDRICK MOTOR CO.

PHONE 271

Ocala

Florida

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

ROBERT Al. MEYER,
Manager.

J. E. KAVANAUGH
Proprietor.

Probably one of the most unique
and interesting plans that is being de developed
veloped developed for an entertainment at an
early date is the "Womanless Mar Marriage,"
riage," Marriage," which will be given under the
auspices of the Daughters of the Con Confederacy
federacy Confederacy for the benefit of the old

soldiers. Further announcement will

be made at a later date.

1921 ,Ford roadster without starter

in Al condition; good tires; for $250
cash. DIXIE HIGHWAY GARAGE. 6t

Mr.- and Mrs. H. R. Luffman and

family left this afternoon for Minne Minneapolis,
apolis, Minneapolis, Kan., where they will in future

make their home. Mr. and Mrs. Lufl-

man during their residence in Ocala

have made many friends who regret

their departure, but every good wish

for their happiness and prosperity
goes with them to their new home.

Messrs. Wilbur Smith and E. C.

Jordan leave tomorrow for points

south, on a business mission. Friends
of these gentlemen will regret to learn
that both Mr. Smith and family and
Mr. Jordan and family expect to lo locate
cate locate in some town in the southern
part of the state. While they will be
missed in Ocala, they leave with the
best wishes of all for much success in
their new home, wherever it may be.
Mr. B. Goldman, as announced in the
Star some days ago, has purchased
their interest in E. C. Jordan & Co.

Mrs. R. S. Rogers was deeply griev grieved
ed grieved Sunday to hear of the sudden

death of her sister, Mrs. Mary Kreijie,

who passed away Saturday at her
home at Manitowoc, Wis. Mrs. Rog Rogers
ers Rogers did not even know her sister was
sick, which made the news a greater
shock. She and her sister were de devoted
voted devoted to each other and the thought
that she was not able to be with Mrs.
Kreijie in her last moments or even
attend the funeral adds to Mrs. Rog Rogers
ers Rogers sadness. Her friends sympa sympathize
thize sympathize with her in her sorrow.

New Ford touring car. Just bought
it but don't need it. It is at the Ford

Garage; $575. James Hatl, phone 218.-fOverland Roadster

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

BARGAINS

. $350.06 :

Reo seven-passenger 375.00

Studebaker seven-passenger. 175.00
14-tf Spencer-Pedrick Motor Co.

Mrs. E. L. Carney has returned
home from a pleasant trip to Pensa Pensa-cola,
cola, Pensa-cola, where she attended the meeting
of the Daughters of the Confederacy,
after which she visited Tallahassee,
spending a week as the guest of Gov.

Mrs. Carney sister, who spent a week

in Ocala before. Mrs Carney left on

this visit, also ,visied Gov. and Mrs.
Hardee at this txmv, going to Talla Tallahassee
hassee Tallahassee from Dayton Beach and Palat Palat-ka,
ka, Palat-ka, where she was the guest of
friends. Mrs. Mimms is now visiting
relatives in Kentucky,, before return returning
ing returning to her home at Winstom-Salem,
n .a

Phone 158.

tf

cawiHa street, and Fort Kinf; avenue

just east of the Methodist parsonage j
and at an earlv date will erect a home F0U SALE Nice Jersey cow about

eight 5ears old, to be fresh in about
ten days. $75.- Apply to C. A. Hol Hol-lovay,
lovay, Hol-lovay, 715 South Lime St., .Phone
H78. 17-6t

thereon which we all kxiow when com completed
pleted completed will be a prreat asset not onl;, onl;,-to
to onl;,-to that avenue but the town. Every

body would like to have "Strip" and ;

his wife as neighbors, and conjrratula-

tions are extended thorn on securing
such a valuable and pretty piece of i
property.

REASON FOR COLORED NEGGS
Mother Nature Painter! Them Thai
They Might Bs Preserved From'
Their Natural Enemies.

LOST $21 reward for the return or
information leading to recovery of
two Luellen setters picked up Sun Sunday
day Sunday morning, block below owner's
home. North Pond street, near S. A.
L laiiroad. Dogs are medium size,
wh'tv with black ears. Large fan
tail, bitch small with ticked ears
and black speckle. When taken both
wore collars. Notify Christie Broth Brothers,
ers, Brothers, Ocala. 17-tf

Som e Biscuit!

1 FOR SALE Three cows, all fresh.'
I Apply W. R. Bryant, 804 Alvarez

St., west side of school house. 17-3t

Nature equips all llvin? thinps with
protection of some kind against theii
enemies.
The larger anlomls are able, by rea reason
son reason of their strength, to give a good
account of themselves in combat. P.irds
and many of the smaller animals de.
pend upon the rapidity of their move movements.
ments. movements. But tbere is another effective
means of self-preservation known as
"protective coloration."
Snakes and many varieties of fish
form an excellent Illustration. Theii
scales are so colored that they blend
with the surrounding rocks or the shad
ows of the water, making them al almost
most almost Invisible to the eye. In fact. It
Is only wtren one of these protective protectively
ly protectively colored animals moves that Its pres presence
ence presence Is apparent.
The same principle Is responsible
for the different colors of birds' eggs

The mother bird Is unable to fihljitt ffnrinlr flirt Cnnlc
aggressively, so she has to seek refuge J VV C 11110 CK IllR OpOlS

in nigni. uunnt me time sne 1$
away from the nest, either seeking
safety from her enemies or looking
for food, the eggs must be protected
In some manner. It Is for this reasop
that they are colored to blend with
rtip surroudings In which they art
laid some of them spotted because
they are laid In the sand or among
pebbles, others buff-colored or green
to match the material of Jhe nest.

FOR SALE Eight pair thoroughbred
.White King pigeom?; also pigeon
loft 0x12 and six feet high; flying
oen 12x1 1, six feet high. Price rea-'

sonabk-. Apply 711 N. Magnolia,
or P. O. Box 422, Ocala. 17-6t

I
LOST Yesterday morning, bay marej
with white face, and left hind leg1

white. MS" branded on left flank.
Notify L. Pastre, Burbank, Fla. It

"BfST WV TtST t I

Finally what a difference
in the taste. There ia a delicious
nesa, a goodness that can be had in
no other manner. Biscuits, pies,
cakes, muffins, doughnuts never
were so tasty so all-satisfying.
And then there is the satis satisfaction
faction satisfaction of knowing that Calumet
is made in the World's largest, best
equipped and cleanest Baking Pow Powder
der Powder Factories.
Good wholesome bakings can be,
made only of good materials, no
other way, so use only good baking
powder and good plain flour (not
self-rising flour).

Clomet Biscuit
Reap
4 cups of sifted
pastry flour, 4
level teaspoons
Calumet Baking
Powder, 1 level
teaspoon of salt;
2 rounding table tablespoons
spoons tablespoons of butter
or lard, Y2 cup of
milk, 34 cup of
water. Then mix
in the regular
way.

I"; I

v666 cures Biliousness. Adv.

( t

Peculiarity of Dreams.
A curious hint Is given hy dreams
of things which are Impossible sub subjects,
jects, subjects, It would seem, of thought. 1
hardly know how to. tell my mean meaning,
ing, meaning, but fellow dreamers will be able
to interpret by their own experience.
We have dreamed something. It was
clear, the impression lingers when w
wake. But It Is not reducible to terms
of thought, much less words. We have
no grasp on It as an image or a sen sensation,
sation, sensation, yet in some remote corner ol
ourself we know perfectly what it wa
It Is not a matter of having forgot forgotten
ten forgotten the thing Is Inexpressible to oth others
ers others or ourself. Only itself know
what It was, and itself is buried awaj
somewhere within us. When vainlj
trying to master the conception of th
fourth dimension we are reminded oJ
those dreams. Exchange.

Out of Things.

Ladies sad Men's Garments
Cleaned and Dyed in a Superior
Manner

Send us your garments and have
them CLEANED CLEAN. We call
for and deliver work promptly.
La-Donde Cleaning Co.
Over Jira&h Grocery Co.
HARRY A. STEIN, Prop.
PHONE 525

Bertram Ibbetson & Co.,
Chartered Accountants
of Atlanta, Georgia,
Will open an office in the Ccmmeicicl Bonk Ecilding
of Ocala, Florida, effective 'July lit, 1S2J, fcr the
practice of Accounting, Systematizing, Income Tax
0
Consultation and Preparation of Retarns.

2) v ATLANTA OFFICE
I 250 PEACHTREE STREET

CT'S& 'C 'w Zy "Z ZS Z -Zs -ZS - -

Frank W. Ditto
Improved and Unimproved City
and Country Property.

MEAL

TATE

No
No.

:

fCTii"'.,S.
V.'e enn ai-;rer;ite the dru'ty of
iirtio .trtf who s-iit he ki:ev how

and Mrs. Hardee. Mrs. B. W. MimmsJ fe .f,nr;nna- an right, only she ft

(idn't know where to strp. Boston
fransnlpt.

No. 143.
No. 159.
No. 168

I offer tor a short time the following Bargains:

HIGH CLASS RESIDENCE LOTS. I5u now and buiid when you I ke.
Lot on Oklawaha Avenue, 100 ft. front by 122 ft. 600
Corner Lot on South Fifth Street, 100 ft. front by 13O ft., near Mrs.-
Ford's residence 1000
Corner Lot on S. Eighth Street and Sanchez Mreet, 63 it. front by 122 ft.. . 500
Lot adjoining the above and due west, 6S ft. front by 244 ft.. -. 800
....:.sqld. ..;

Origin of-Manitoba.
The name Man!tol.a sprang from the
union of two Iix'ian words. Maul to
(the Great '.Spirit), and Waha (the
"narrows" of the li-ke). This strait
was a sacrel place to the Crees and
Saulteurs. who called them "Manito "Manito-Waba,"
Waba," "Manito-Waba," or the "Great Spirit's Nar Narrows."
rows." Narrows." In Wr.linB.

There's no extra charee for clean

ing your, fish at the City Fish Maket.i Tbe 01 ml' ,s to be lnfiDltrfJ

various. Robert Lou!s Stevenson.

----- .....

$

500,

" RENTING PROPERTY AT LOW PRICES

No. Q2. SOLD..."

No. 123. Two rerifSbg houses on lot 50x150 ft., both for

No. 107 .SOLD -
No. 118. Two renting houses in Smith & Daugherty addition, both 800
Has Ocala started to build up? Drive over town and see for yourself, what is bem done and
consult me as to what is In prospect. BLY NOW!
LET -ME SHOW YOU the above bargains, and if YOU WANT A FARM or a SUB SUBURBAN
URBAN SUBURBAN TRACT I have them and it will be a pleasure to shqw you.
- --,.- FRANK W. DITTO, 107 South Main Street.

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