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tonight and Tuesday.
OCALA, FLORIDA, MONDAY, MAY 23, 1921
"IT 1ST HOT
ASK YOUR BANKER
lit IKE SENATE
Said the President, with Brimming
Eyes, as He Paid Tribute to
Our Country's Dead Soldiers
New York, May 23. President
Harding arrived here today from
Washington on the yacht Mayflower
for a- day's program that will leave
him scarcely a moment for rest.
A GREAT FUNERAL CEREMONY
"It must not happen again." With
these solemn words. President Hard
ing today laid a wreath on the coffin
of the first American soldier to die
on German soil at a funeral ceremony
for 5000 war dead at the army piers
in Hoboken. With a voice that was
husky andk eyes brimming with tears,
"the president gazed at the rows and
rows of coffins. Then he said:
"One hundred thousand sorrows
are touching my heart. It must not
be again. God grant that it will not
be. I do not pretend that millenial
days have come and that there will be
no war. 1 would wish a nation so
powerful that none will dare to pro
voke fts wrath."
CATTS GAVE BOND
IN BRADFORD COUNTY
Former Governor S. J. Catts yes yesterday
terday yesterday in Starke, where he went on an
early train, arranged bond for his
appearance to answer charges of mis misfeasance
feasance misfeasance of office returned by a Brad Bradford
ford Bradford county grand jury, and during
the afternoon left for Pensacola.
The former governor arrived in
Jacksonville Saturday night from Al Albany,
bany, Albany, Ga., where he was arrested Sat Saturday
urday Saturday morning on the federal capias
which issued from the office of the
United States marshal in Pensacola.
This capias charges him with peon peonage,
age, peonage, a federal offense, and he was re released
leased released from custody in Albany on bond
It is expected a hearing will be se secured
cured secured at Pensacola today on the peon peonage
age peonage charge.
Mr. Catts passed through Tallahas Tallahassee
see Tallahassee Sunday at midnight and was join joined
ed joined there by State Senator John P.
Stokes of Pensacola, who has been re retained
tained retained to defend him in the federal
court. Mr. Stokes acompanied him to
Before leaving Jacksonville yester yesterday
day yesterday the former governor reiterated
his previous statement that he had
nothing to say. He prefers, he said,
to let events do their own talking and
would make no comment on his arrest
at Albany nor would be admit to
newspaper men that he was bound for
BIG HAUL OF BOOZE
AND SAIL BOATS
Tampa, May 23. Six men are in
jail and two vessels were seized as a
result of a raid yesterday at Fort My Myers
ers Myers by Deputy Marshal Cox of Tampa,
and Sheriff Typpins of Fort Myers,
Mr. Cox stated on his return here the
raid resulted from information ob
tained when the yacht Molly O., and
sixty cases of liquor were seized near
the Manatee river last week. He be
lieves he has captured members of
the gang of smugglers which has been
operating for sometime along the
SWIPED THE SHIP
Sooner or Later Strikers Will Insure
New Orleans, May 23. The entire
crew of the shipping board steamer.
"Had Not" here, were forcibly remov removed
ed removed from the ship by alleged union
marine strikers today and several
were beaten. While none are in a
dangerous condition, according to at attending
tending attending physicians, all were painfully
MAY NOT BE ABLE TO VOTE
Lakeland, May 23. Unless the leg legislature
islature legislature amends Lakeland's charter,
women of this city will not be able to
vote in the municipal election in July.
Hasty action is being taken to have
the amendment passed before the legislature-adjourns.
DeFuniak Springs, May 23 Claude
Martin, a sawmill employee, was shot
to death early Sunday morning by
Coey Holmes, who surrendered to the
sheriff. No motive is jet known.
Before You Invest in Any Sort of
Stocks or Bonds
South Florida is infested with
salesmen of oil stocks, automobile
stocks, and many other kinds of
stocks, and each salesman promises
fabulous returns on money invested in
his, schemes. All that is necessary to
become rich quick, according to his
spiel, is to "invest" a few hundreds or
thousands of dollars in his company
and the wealth and luxury you have
so long desired in yours. Each year
people who can ill afford to lose the
money, "invest" millions upon mill
ions in this or that get-rich-quick
scheme and never again see the prin
cipal "invested" or one cent in divi
dend. Nearly all of the concerns in
which the general public is asked to
invest and which employ stock sales salesmen
men salesmen to go far away from the home
of the concern to sell the stock are
unsound many of them outright
swindles; otherwise the stock would
be eagerly absorbed by the people
close to the' concern's home and stock
salesmen would be unnecessary.
When approached by salesman of
stock in foreign concerns, ask the
salesman why it is necessary for him
to get so far away from home to sell
the stock if it is such a gilt-edge
proposition; ask him if he has called
upon the local bankers and Jet them
in on his proposition and if so how
much stock they purchased; then in invite
vite invite him to go with you to your local
bank to talk over the proposition with
the cashier or president of the bank.
Banks and bankers are in position to
know the value, of the stock offered
and if they invest in it you may feel
sure that it is a safe proposition,
otherwise you had better hold fast to
your money if you don't want to be
Several local concerns are offering
stock in local propositions, each one
of which will promote the develop
ment of our home town and each of
which, while not promising a fortune
for a farthing, does promise a legiti legitimate
mate legitimate return for the money invested.
If you have money to invest, look into
the local proposition. Ask your banker
as to the relative safety and attrac
tiveness of the local proposition and
those offered by foreign stock sales
men. We have three banks, any one
of which will be glad to advise you in
such matters without cost and their
free- advice may be worth hundreds
of dollars- to you. Punta Gorda
The foregoing is very appropriate
in Ocala and, most likely, in many
other Florida towns, at present. We
have learned that another bunch of
locusts have just descended on this
city, and that they have already found
one victim, a hardworking farmer,
who tho worth a 40-acre lot full of
such bloodsuckers, has succumbed to
It is absolute foolishness to buy oil
stock from anybody who offers to sell
it to you on the promise of its yielding
you a big per cent every year. Men
that own or have stock in paying oil
wells are not selling the stock. With
the present demand for oil, which
shows no sign of decreasing as long
as there is any oil in the world, a man
who has an interest in it can turn his
money over in a year or less. There
is no possible chance of any solvent
oil firm sending agents out into the
country to sell their stock in small
amounts and at big discounts. If a
man has good oil stock to sell, he can
sell it for cash without leaving his
premises. The oil territory is crowd crowded
ed crowded with men anxious to buy and if
the men now exploiting Florida had
any. honest stock to sell, they would
not be here. (
COUNCIL SHOULD PROTECT THE
The people of Florida are not ac
customed to this species of swindler
and have no laws to meet the case. If
a man can secure a permit from the
state controller, a state official cant
interfere with him; unless, of course,
some man who thinks he has been vic victimized
timized victimized swears out a warrant.
But the city can put the kibosh on
them if it will. We understand one
South Florida town has laid a license
tax of a thousand dollars a head on
every wildcatter that comes within
It is the duty of the city council to
at once pass an ordinance compelling
such men to pay a heavy license to do
business in this town, and to publish
uieir names, mey couid or course
sell out in the country, but it would
cripple them greatly unless they could
operate from the town.
In the meantime, we sincerely ad advise
vise advise all our readers: Don't buy oil
stocks, automobile or any other- stock
from people you don't know. Don't
buy it from anybody except on advice
of your banker or one of the best
lawyers you know. There are plenty
of good investments you can make,
but you will have to seek them. They
, wont come to you and beg to be taken.
House Will Pile Up a Task that will
Make the Superior Solona
Tallahassee, May 23. The House
today cleared all visitors from the
chamber nd resolved itself into the
committee of the whole with an agree agreement
ment agreement that each member should select
one bill of a general nature which
would be acted upon. This was done
because the House calendar carried
nearly 100 pages today and the
House wanted to give the Senate
something to do next week.
Throwing away $10,000
Among the measures passed quick
ly was one appropriating $10,000 for
a monument at Port St. Joe, marking
the site of the first constitutional con
vention in Florida.
BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION
The board of public instruction in
and for Marion county met this the
3rd day of May, 1921, with W. T.
Gary, chairman, C. R. Veal and A. J.
Meeting called to order by the
chairman and minutes of last meeting
read and approved, for the last regu
lar and special session.
The widow's pension Sot Mrs. Delia
Nelron, which was approved by board
but refused by board of county com
missioners, on account of it coming in
late, as the school board had no notice
of commissioners closing their books
on this fund and school board had the
amount left for the purpose, was dis
cussed and Mr. Veal appointed to in
vestigate the matter.
Mr. Nettles presented Mr. D. Fant's
bill for conveying pupils from Oak
Hill to Fairfield for $50. Amount was
ordered paid from Oak Hill district.
J. W. Mason was appointed super
visor of the Elmwood colored school
On recommendation of the trustees
of Dunnellon district. Prof. J. E. Wil Wil-let
let Wil-let was appointed principal of Dun-rt-Ilon
high school for the following
Board after investigation of the
charges against J. M. Feagle, princi
pal of the Dunnellon high school, ap approved
proved approved the action of the trustees in
dismissing him and confirmed the ap appointment
pointment appointment of W. S. Sawyer to fill his
Mr. A. J. Wyche asked that board
supply the necessary material for
completing the negro school building
at Moore's Pond. So ordered, provid provided
ed provided patrons do the work.
Request for Jessie McAdams, color
ed, to teach the Baldwin Farm school
refused as she has no certificate.
Request that Addie Stark, Georgia
Ward and Jessie L. Jenkins be ap-
poointed to teach Bethlehem school
accepted by the board.
Board adjourned to meet Wednes
day morning. Board met Wednesday
morning, May 4th, with all members
present and- acting.
Bank accounts examined and found
to be apparently correct.
Board of commissioners reported
pension of Mrs. Delia Nelson as ap
There being notes to the amount of
$5000 due at the Munroe & Chambliss
Bank and $10,000 at the Ocala Na National
tional National Bank, it was ordered that war warrant
rant warrant be issued to take up the $5000
at the Munroe & Chambliss Bank and
$5000 of the amount due at the Ocala
The matter of desks being left in
several abandoned school houses over
the county was discussed and the
superintendent ordered to investigate
Petition for enlarging Ebenezer
sub-school district was read and
seemingly there was the required
number of signatures but as the board
had no means of getting registration
books to check said petition, it was
deferred until next meeting. j
Bonds for Reddick sub-school dis district
trict district discussed and secretary ordered
to advertise for sale of same.
Teachers reports and sundry bills
examined and ordered paid by war warrants
rants warrants on general fund beginning with
No. C-3774 and ending with C-3820,
with exception of C-3780, C-3781,
C-3782..C-3783, C-3814, C-3717, C-3818
and C-3820, which were drawn to take
up note, renew notes and pay interest.
No further business, the board ad adjourned
journed adjourned at noon to meet June 8, 1921.
The board of public instruction in
and for Marion county met with W. T.
Gary, chairman and A. J. Stephens
present this the 9th day of May, 1921.
Teachers' reports examined and or ordered
dered ordered paid by warrants from general
funds beginning with No. C3821 and
ending with C3S34.
No further business, board adjourn adjourned
ed adjourned to meet at regular time, June 8th,
1921. H. G. Shealy, Sec'y.
Colonel Bob Rogers Acknowledges
that He Lost his Coin
Editor Star: I commend you and
compliment you on your editorial,
"Be Careful When You Buy Bond3,"
in last Saturday's issue.
This county and perhaps the state
has been combed in the last six or
eight months by soliciting agents sell
ing stock, some in oil companies,
some in automobile companies, any
thing to get the liberty bonds, cash
and notes from the innocent and un
suspecting, by misrepresentation and
It is an old adage that experience
is a costly teacher, but ioois win not
learn in any other school. This ap
plies to me, Mr. Editor. In my ig
norance I have, allowed one man to
sell me one hundred dollars worth of
stock by falsehood and misrepresenta
tion in the United Oil Company of
Shreveport, La., and they got my
money and my stock. Others by mis misrepresentation
representation misrepresentation got one hundred dol
lars of my money in an automobile
company of Birmingham, Ala., and I
have nothing. I have letters that they
misrepresented the truth in, using my
name. in and out of Marion county to
You see by this that a fool pays
well for his learning but I have grad
uated now on two hundred dollars.
Don't you think I am a lucky old
scholar to get out so cheap.
Enough this time.
R. F. Rogers.
We congratulate Mr. Rogers on his
public spirit and moral courage. Not
one man in a thousand would come out
in public print and try to save other
people from the mistake he had made.
ODD FELLOWS, ATTENTION
Grand Master of Florida Will
Tulula Lodge Tomorrow
R. B. Crawford, grand master of
the Florida Odd Fellows, will arrive
in Ocala tomorrow afternoon, and will
visit Tululk lodge tomorrow night. All
members should be present to meet
TENANT FINDS BURIED MONEY
And New a Oourt Mutt Pick the Owner
of Treasure Discovered Hid Hidden
den Hidden In Jars,
Rumors of the finding of a great
treasure In the old Holland house here
have been confirmed by the filing tf
suit In the Fayette county circuit
court by the administrators of the Hol Holland
land Holland estate against a dozen defend defendants
ants defendants alleged to have shared In the di division
vision division of the treasure, which amount amounted
ed amounted to $21,000, says a dispatch from
Nurtallburg, W. Va, to the Pittsburgh
Dispatch. Attachments were served
on 60 banks In the surrounding sec section,
tion, section, where the money Is believed to
have been deposited.
The story of the treasure reads like
romance. In the sixties William Hol Holland,
land, Holland, veteran of the Crimean war, came
to this country from England i.nd set settled
tled settled In the Pennsylvania coal fields. In
1872 he came to Kenneys creek and
began the development of a kiln. He
built a home here In 1885, where he
resided until his death In 1918.
He was an eccentric character, and
neae of his family knew of his habit
of hiding money. He died suddenly
of heart failure. After Holland's
death the home passed into the hands
of William Nelson, superintendent of
the coal company, who began repairs
and reconstruction. The gold was
found In different jars at different
8Kuts Out Sound.
Persons who wish to concentrate
their attention upon studies, business
matters or what not, often find them themselves
selves themselves moat annojlngly distracted bj
noises of one kind or another. Street
traffic may be disturbing; the crying
of a baby may Irritate, or perhapg the
yowling of cats on a back fence or
the persistent tooting of a cornet in
the neighborhood may Induce exasper exasperation.
ation. exasperation. To obviate this sort of trouble, Ga Ga-blno
blno Ga-blno Janregul of Bridgeport, Conn,
has devised what he calls the "ear si silencer."
lencer." silencer." It Is a frame of light construction
which may be fixed upon the head In
such a way that two screws carrying
soft rubber plugs on their ends are In
serted Into the ears.
When this adjustment has been
made exactly right the two screws that
carry the rubber plugs enter the wear
er's ears horizontally and have only
to be tightened sufficiently in order to
fit snugly and exclude all troublesome
"Crocodile Tears" Real Things.
It Is said that crocodiles moin and
sigh like a person In distress to at attract
tract attract people to the spot They even
shed tears over their rrey while de devouring
vouring devouring it.
The Everlasting Reminder.
Ifs not what a man tells us that
annoys us: but it's his "I told you
so," afterwards that gets our goat.
I Unclassified ads. gets resultu.
Many Europeans Killed in a Sudden
Outbreak in the Chief
City of Egypt
Aleaxndria, Egypt, May, 23. Five
Europeans were killed and 72 others
were wounded in rioting here Sunday
night and tris morning, it was an announced
nounced announced at noon. The police casualties
were not stated. It is rumored the
outbreak arose over the killing of a
native by a Greek which led to at attacks
tacks attacks by natives and students on the
Greeks and other Europeans. Am Ambulances
bulances Ambulances were busy all night is taking
the wounded to hospitals. Many fires
were started and in one district it was
reported people were burned alive.
Before the arrival of British troops
this morning the Europeans had
gathered at government offices de demanding
manding demanding protection or permission to
A BOY SCOUT TROOP FOR OCALA
In the organization of a troop of
Boy Scouts for Ocala, we are fortu
nate in securing Mr." A. R. Cassil, an
experienced -boys' work director as
air. cassu has been seven years m
the scout service, as scoutmaster and
scout omciai, directing boys camps
and summer schools, and has had a
wide experience with boys in all the
states along the Atlantic coast.
As many' parents and friends as
possible are asked to attend the meet meeting
ing meeting Friday night at the library, at
which time Mr. Cassil will explain the
scout program and what it means to
Ocala. The boys are invited to at attend,
tend, attend, even if they do not care to be become
come become scouts.
KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS,
BE ON IIAND TONIGHT
The K. of P. should be present in
full force at the meeting this evening.
There will be impressive work in the
third rank, which is always most in interesting.
teresting. interesting. D. D. G. C. Stripling de desires
sires desires to hear from all members about
attending the next district meeting.
DINNER FOR VETERANS
To the Veterans of Marion County:
Do not forget that on the 3rd of
June there will be a meeting of the
veterans and a dinner given by the
Daughters of the Confederacy on the
Ocala House porch.
W. E. McGahagin, Commander.
OVER THE ENGLISH
- (Associated Press)
Hoylake, England, May 23. Amer
ica was victorious in the initial con
test cf the English amateur gcL
championship tournament here today.
when Bobby Jones of Atlanta, beat G.
C. Manford in the opening round,
three up and two to play.
HAS CROSSED OVER
The Star is informed that Henry T.
Marsh, ex-service man, and son of Mr.
L. D. Marsh, of near "Electra, died in
lampa yesterday. His remains are
on the way home and will be laid to
rest in the Moss Bluff cemetery at 4
o'clock tomorrow afternoon. The sor
rowing relatives and friends of tne
dead will be somewhat comforted to
see any of his comrades from other
parts of the county at the funeral.
CARD OF THANKS
We wish to thank all our many
friends who have so kindly helped us
through the illness of our dear hus husband
band husband and father and for the many and
wonderful floral offerings. We deeply
appreciate all the expressions of fel fellowship
lowship fellowship and sympathy in our time of
trial and sorrow, and may life's path pathway
way pathway for you be smooth and the end
as peaceful as was his.
Mrs. H. A. Belcher.
M. A. Belcher.
B. D. Belcher.
Weather and Diamonds.
Diamond dealers don't like to pass
an opinion oo gems when the day Is
damp. It is a fact that weather has
a reat effect on precious scones,
ilurkjr weather will spoil the appear appearance
ance appearance of a diamond, btz! really nasty,
foggy day will make eren the purest
stone seem Imperfect.
Colors in Accord.
Leonard and Archie were playmates,
archie had red hair and was Quite
freckled.' One day Leonard and hie
toother v. ere strolling along in the
tark when Archie came in sight. Leon Leon-rd
rd Leon-rd turned arounI to his mother and
i!d : "Say, doesn't Archie's face match
sis hair todayl"
All Hands and Fans Come Out to See
a Good Game Tomorrow
The Umatilla boys will come over
tomorow to contest on the diamond
with the Ocala team.. It promises to
be a lively game. Let everybody that
can go and see it.
TO BASEBALL TEAM
Mr. C. K. Sage is today depositing
drafts in the Munroe & Chambliss
Bank for the monthly subscriptions
due to date. Please honor these
drafts when they are presented to you.
The team needs the money and we
cannot find anyone who has time to
go out and collect the subscriptions,
eo we are taking this method as the
most convenient to all concerned in
securing the funds.
L. T. Izlar, Secretary,
Ocala Baseball Association.
SPECIAL MEETING OF
Members of the American Legion
Post will please remember the special
meeting tonight and try to be -present.
Mr. Alanson Belcher died at his
home at Candler Saturday, at 3:30,
aged 75 years. The funeral services
were held from the residence at three
o'clock Sunday afternoon. Rev. W. E.
Searles and Rev. Jones of Belleview,
officiating. Interment was made at
the Candler cemetery. xMr. Belcher
was a retired physician and had made
his home at Candler about twelve
years. He was from New York state.
He leaves a wife and thirteen living
children. Mrs. Belcher and two sons,
B. D. and M. .A. Belcher, were with
him when death came. The other chil
dren live in Missouri. Roberts &
Spencer had charge of the funeral ar
ARMY HAS TAKEN
He Had Not Been Discharged but was
. Only Off on a Fur-
Arcadia, May 23. Sergeant Krist Krist-zan
zan Krist-zan Bredvad. of Carlstrom field, who
is charged as an accessory in the kill killing
ing killing of Fred Pitts at Punta Gorda re
cently, has been deliverd to the. mill
tary officials by the DeSoto county
sheriff. Bredvad who was on a fur furlough
lough furlough was arrested in Jacksonville
last week and the civil authorities re
fused to deliver him to the military.
The military authorities had previous
ly refused to deliver him to the coun
ty fo rtrial in civil court anc on.
flict ovr jurisdiction arose.
TOOK THE GROUND
- IN TENNESSEE
Balloonists Seemed to Like the Old
Birmingham, May 23 Four of the
nine balloons which started from here
late Saturday in the national elimina elimination
tion elimination contest are down. The others are
believed to be somewhere over Ohio
today with their course probaLly east eastward,
ward, eastward, which wouU tke them over
Pennsylvania and New York. Four
of those that came down were forced
to land in Tennessee yesterday. All
are in the neighborhood of Nashville.
MANUFACTURE OF SYRUP
West Palm Beach, May 21, The
maufacture of syrup from sugar cane
is the most profitable industry in
Florida, C. K. McQuarrie of Gaines Gainesville,,
ville,, Gainesville,, state agent in agricultural ex extension
tension extension work, told the local commu community
nity community council at a meeting iere recent recently.
Ther is a market for 20,000,000 gal gallons
lons gallons of syrup in excess of the present
production, he said. This statement
was offered as one of the arguments
for the maintenance of community
councils, through which there could
be co-operative work for the installa installation
tion installation of 75 to 80 per cent extraction.
"Through the county agents we are
advising that on each farm there be
two milk cows, two brood sows, half
an acre of orchard and 75 head of
poultry. With these, the Florida
farmer will be prosperous and will be
the most independent man on earth,
Mr.. McQuarrie declared.
As a supplement to this program
there should be & year round garden,
he said, as Florida farmers can have
fresh fruit and vegetables from their
own places every day in the year due
to the unrivalled weather conditions
and the character of the soft.
Every Indication that an Organized
Force of Germans is Breaking
Terns of the Armistice
London, May 22. The Germans
Saturday drove the Polish insurgents
in Solesia back toward Gross Streb-
litx five miles, says an Oppelyn dis
patch to the London Times. The
Times correspondent declares there Is
every sign that the Germans have the
resources of a regular army at their
ON WHICH SIDE?
The British government has decided
to send troops to Silesia at an earfy
date, it was announced today.
BETTER SEND BATTALIONS
Paris, May 23. The allied high
commission in upper Silesia has sent
delegates to intervene with both the
Germans and Poles and endeavor to
obtain cessation of all military ope operations
rations operations in that territory.
BUSINESS DISTRICT OF
TREZEVANT WIPED OUT
Nashville, Tenn, May 23. Tele
phone advices report that the business
district of Trezevant was almost
wiped out by fire last night. The loss
is estimated at $100,000 and includes
two banks and the postoffice.
PASSED IT UP TO s
Washington, May 23. The Home
today adopted the conference report
on the emergency tariff bill, which
now goes to the president.
ATTEMPT TO COMMIT
Paducah, Ky., May 23. What offi officials
cials officials said was a deliberate attempt to
take human life failed today when tho
Illinois Central Flyer, Louisville to
New Orleans, was derailed near here.
Three coaches and the engine were
overturned. There were no serious
injuries resulting, although many
passengers were bruised.
Those desiring poppies to wear on
Memorial Day, May 50th, can find
same at the Court Pharmacy or Mrs.
J. W. Davis residence. The price is
ten cents apiece and purchasers are
requested to send cash with orders.
Every patriotic American should Tvear
one of these flowers next Monday.
The proceed- C towards helping the
wide &ud orphans of Fnuiee. The
project of wearing the poppy has been
endorsed by the American Legion, the
Woman's Auxiliary, the Service Star
Legion, Sons and Daughters of Vet
erans, Daughters of the American
Revolution and other patriotic organ
izations. The hope has been express expressed
ed expressed at national conventions of each of
these organizations that every loyal
American will want to wear the flower
on World War Memorial Day, first, in
memory of the men who lie in Fland Flanders
ers Flanders field and. second, as a reminder
that the nation will not forget the
cause for which they laid down their
COST OF EDUCATION
A prominent and well-posted Meth Methodist,
odist, Methodist, a staunch adherent of Southern
College, says: "Very few epople
realize that less than ten per cent of
the boys and girls can go to college,
and the state has cot half enough in institutions
stitutions institutions of higher learning to take
care of them. Also few realize that
only about 39 per cent of the parents
and guardians of college students pay
for their education, leaving the other
61 per cent to be paid by the people,
or in the case of non-state schools, by
private subscriptions. This is .neces .necessary
sary .necessary to hold the cost within the reach
of the poor boys and girls of our
country. You can, therefore, see by
the fact that we will have to send so
many of our boys and girls to
other states in order that they may
get a college education that the peo people
ple people of Florida are accepting the edu education
cation education of a great many of our boys
and girls through the charity of the
people of the northern states. The
Baptist people of the state recently
raised a large fund to develop their
educational institutions and to, in
some way, help take care Q,f the edu educational
cational educational needs of Florida. The Meth Methodists
odists Methodists are now entering a. campaign
to raise $700,000 in order that they
may equip and rebuild Southern Col College
lege College on a basis of being able to take
care of their share,'
OCALA EVENING STAR, MONDAY. MAT 23. 1921
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Why should a corporation try to stop
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knocked-out in the supreme court?
Any bill that makes a corporation pay
is unconstitutional. At any rate, they
were afraid to let it go before the
Senate for a vote, as eighteen sena
tors, some of them good lawyers,
were pledged to support it.
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Ocala Star is looking for the city's
water wagon. What's the matter too
much shine? St. Petersburg Times.
Yea, man; too much sunshine. But
that was two weeks ago.
TIMES-UNION TWIST IFI ED
'.looking little lady, who we su3peXZK'X&K'Jl'"tZ
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bosses her big husband, or he makes J
Why not let the whole damned
Bergdoll family go back to the coun coun-rv
rv coun-rv it lnve so well? Orlando Re-
Great guns what a rude remark!
Some of the promoters of wildcat
stocks who have been operating in
this' territory have proclaimed, that E.
A Osborne, one of the best business
men in Ocala, has invested thirty
thousand dollars in their green goods.
Anybody who knows Mr. Osborne
knows he wouldn't buy thirty cents
worth of such stuff, but the promoters
are using his name to impose on ig ignorant
norant ignorant people.
Watermelons are selling all over
the state and the commission men are
paying the farmers good money for
their fruit. And the traders in wild wildcat
cat wildcat stock are sitting around like so
many hawks, ready to pounce oh any
credulous man with a roll. We'd ad advise
vise advise people out in the country, if such
men come among them to run them
back into town.
I note that John Dozier, of Ocala,
having taken a job with a garage, is issues
sues issues an invitation to his friends to
"come down and look him up." "Un-4
der" that suggestion the folks can
gitfe him the once "over." Keep a a-moving.
moving. a-moving. Thorn in Kissimmee Valley
Better not take John's name in
vain, Thorn. You might break down
right in front of his garage some day,
Having liquor in one's possession is
not an offense against the city of
Jacksonville. But that's no incentive
to visit the Florida metropolis. It's
just as scarce there as elsewhere
wherever that is. Brunswick Banner.
A man with liquor in his possession
would be foolish to come to Jackson
ville and let tlye fact be known. He
would have so many friends that he
would not be able to take more than
one drink. "Just Talking Back" in
' Please, Mr. Justtalkingback, show
your foregoing literary effort to our
mutual friend, Mr. Paragrapher, on
the other side of your editorial page.
Charlie Hunter's oil bill, by which
he and a large majority of the House
hoped to raise a million dollars in
taxes off the shoulders of the people,
and lay it on the corporations, ha
been killed in the Senate committee.
The Standard Oil and East Coast law
yers browbeat the members of the
committee, except Senator Igou, into
believing the bill was unconstitutional.
We -say this out of politeness, for we
are hot sure no other arguments were
used. It seems to us that if we were
a member of the legislature and
What's the matter with our gener
ally placid friend, the Times-Union,
which is so confounded good natured
that it just inspires any mean person
to try to made it mad. We hear
Uncle Willis Ball is in Tallahassee
with his kindly hand he keeps the
pressboys straight and with his skill
ed one he gently influences the ship
of state. If so he had better run back
to his sanctum sanctorum in the big
city by the St. Johns.'
The T.-U.'s editorial page contains
every day a column of honest to good
ness gemlets of paragraphs which we
always read with avidity. We don't
agree with all of them, but far from
any of them giving us mental indiges indigestion
tion indigestion we consider them the multum in
parvoest stuff we peruse, second only
to our pocket testament of Omar
Khayyam. But when perusing said
column Sunday we received a shock
that almost jarred our few remaining
teeth loose. We came to a paragraph
"From a statement made in the
Ocala Star regarding the enforcement
of the Sunday blue laws in Miami, it
would appear that Editor Benjamin
believes that preachers are supermen
cr something. We didn't know that
any man was above the law."
Has our favorite paragrapher be
come cross-eyed, or did some malig
nant person slip him a slug of moon
shine diluted, with gasoline just about
three minutes before he wrote that
mentally astigmatic paragraph? Look
you. Friend Paragrapher, our hand,
tho' trembling with senility, has
never pounded such a sentiment on
our battered typewriter. On the con
trary, we have been laved in much
overheated water for refusing to see
anything" supermanic about a preach
er. Orce upon a time a preacher, who
was also a school teacher, soundly
swiched our youthful form in one of
the few temples of learning in which
we obtained a fraction of our scanty
education. And for years after that
we regarded them all with a quiet
but ferocious suspicion. It took quite
a lot of knocking about the world and
close acquaintance with several
preachers to raise their stock to par.
where it has remained. Ocala preach
ers are a pretty good bunch are sat
isfied to be mere men and good, every
day citizens. If they tried to make
believe they were anything else they
would have to run us out of town. We
don't remember writing anything
about Miami preachers except to tel
the highly esteemed Herald of that
place that we didn't believe it could
find any law to keep them from
preaching on Sunday. Everybody
who reads the Star knows it is oppos
ed to blue laws.'
At the very bottom of the column
we found the following paragraph
Ocala Star in a headline declares
that "enough liquor was seized in the
state in May to make all Jacksonville
drunk," and in response to this gra gratuitous
tuitous gratuitous slam it may be questioned that
half a million gallons would do it.
Previous to state prohibition Jack Jacksonville
sonville Jacksonville probably had many million
gallons of liquor available, and the
records of drunks was not so much
greater than at present."
When we read this we were plumb
sure that Friend Faragrapner had
imbibed that slug of moonshinoline,
that it got in its deadly work just
as he finished the paragraph, and fel
forward across his typewriter, and, as
Homer said so often in the Iliad
tUtRS eVUY VJO WCfcESBASt
PfePER TCOPS "UN4 1WER XS
fcEWtf PfcEMED NOUS.
CWOeK tOPS, FEtVf
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Earman and Mrs.
W. A. Dutch of West Palm Beach and
Dr. Ralph Greene of Jacksonville,
were welcome visitors to the Star of office
fice office Saturday. They were here on
their way from Jacksonville to Or Orlando,
lando, Orlando, and had expected to spend the
night in Ocala, but the rain interfered
with their schedule and they thought
they had better push on after stop stopping
ping stopping for dinner and a supply of gaso gasoline.
line. gasoline. Mr. Earman was for awhile chair chairman
man chairman of the board of control, but for
the last two years has been president
of the state board of health, of which
Dr. Greene is secretary. Both gentle gentlemen
men gentlemen intend to resign when their terms
are out Mr. Earman, because he
needs to devote his time to his busi business
ness business and his own health, and Dr.
Greene because he cant afford any
longer to work for the salary the
state pays him. They have made an
un equaled record, reducing expenses
of the board by half and increasing
its efficiency greatly. They have en
abled the legislature to cut its millage
in half, and their.successors will have
to work hard and intelligently to equal
We were -glad to see Mr. Earman
ooking so well. His combined indus
tries running a paper, being the
eader in good works in his home
town, presidenting the two state
boards for four years, and incidentally
attending to his private business on
the side, put him down so close to the
ffver Jordan that he could hear the
musical fish running their scales. By
selling his interest in his paper to his
friend, Mr. Conkling, however, he let
himself loose from his most harassing
work, and has regained most of his
health and strength, but this deal
cost the state one of its most inter
esting writers or maybe saved him
for another day.
Mr. Earman 's industry in the two
offices he has held, neither of which
paid him a cent of salary, was im
moAso A mnn tr ntViar fVi in oo Via Ar1
while chairman of the board of con-'
trol, was to read all the books sub submitted
mitted submitted to the board for use in the
schools. They are an entire library
in themselves, and he unerringly
picked out their best points. We have
often thought what a good thing it
would be if a business man of Joe
Earman's capacity was at the head of
state educational affairs instead of
the generally one-sided and often im
practical "professors' that usually
fill such positions.
Mrs.. Earman is a very bright-
her think she does, which is better.
Mrs. Dutch is a charming woman,
whoae name we have oftimes seen
mentioned in social and welfare af affairs
fairs affairs of West Palm Beach.
Dr. Greene, who has dene such
fine work for the public health for two
years, beside a splendid army record
before that, is a much younger man
than we had expected to see. He is
skilled in business as well as physics
and surgery, and we are glad he will
remain in the state, even though in a
private capacity, and hope his work
will be rewarded.
We hope all these excellent people
can make our city a longer visit next
time they come this way.
Quaintly phrased weather warn warnings,
ings, warnings, interlaced with old fashioned
words of wisdom, including a pre
diction of a successful revolt in Am
erica, while the colonies were still
praying for the heatlh of their Eng
lish ruler, are contained in a collec
tion of almanacs owned by M. E. Dan.
nels of Keene, N. H. Some of the
paper bound booklets date back to
The prophecy dealing with the rev
olution was printed in a copy issued
about the time that Washington was
following the peaceful pursuits of a
surveyor. It was made by Lord
Karnes, a British nobleman, who said: J
"Our North American colonies are
in a prosperous condition, increasing
rapidly in population, in commerce
and in opulence and they have the
spirit of a free people and are in
flamed with patriotism. Their pop population
ulation population will equal 'that of Britain and
Ireland in less than a century and
they will be a match for the mother
country if they choose to be independ
ent. A people animated1 with the new
blessings of liberty will not incline
to'a kingly form of government."
Young men are urged to go west
into the wilds of Ohio and purchase
land at 20 cents an acre in Spanish
money, by an almanac editor who
wore knee breeches and ruffled shirt.
In his mortuary statistics, based on
reports received in 1797, he asserted
that half of the persons in the United
States died before reaching the age
of 17 years, smallpox, for instance,
being more fatal to girls than boys at
that period. However, one in every
3125 of the population 'attained or
passed the century mark in life.
UMATILLA vs. OCALA
TUESDAY; MAY 24, 1921
At Ocala Baseball Park. Game.called at 4 p, m.
FRIDAY, filAY 27th, 1921
8 P. M. at
THE PUBLIC LIBRARY
For all boys of the city
over 12 years of age,
for the purpose of or organizing
ganizing organizing a troop of
Boy Scouts in Ocala.
This troop will be
formed in two divis divisions.
ions. divisions. First division for
boys oyer 15 years of
age. Second division
for boys from 12 to 15.
Parents and others
are ashed to be
present at this,
THE FIRST MEETING.
Pine Pure Olive Oil ..$1.25
Bottle Maraschino Cherries .20
Both for 1.00 while $1.45
they last at Gerig's Drug Store. 21-tf
WE CORDIALLY INVITE YOU
To Inspect Our
Odorless Dry Cleaning Plant
Thoroughly Equipped With
Garments Pressed on STEAM PRESSES PRESSES-GUARANTEE
GUARANTEE PRESSES-GUARANTEE NO SMELL OF
Gasoline or denning Preparations
I Phone 101
I : DEPARTMENT DRY CLEANING
Ocala Steam Laundry
MARION-DUNN MASONIC LODGE
Marion-Dunn Lodge No. 19, F. & A.
M., meets on the first and third
Thursday evenings of each month at
8 o'clock until further notice.
J. R. Dey, W. M.
B. L. Adams, Secretary.
"darkness covered his eyes." Wei
bet he didn't go to church Sunday
and we know that right now he
wishes his hat was as big around as
a washtub. We know. Last time we
drank moonshine, our head ached for
me neaa mat on ended you said
half a .million dollars, not half
million gallons, Friend Paragrapher.
We don't know how much liquor costs
by the gallon now a days. Some of
our plutocratic friends have bought so
much as a quart sometimes, but we
havent had money enough to buy
gallon for a thousand years at
least it seems that long. We meant
no slam at jolly Jax, which well al always
ways always love for the good times we had
there years ago. We only alluded to
Jacksonville because it was the big big-gest
gest big-gest town in the state. Some of the
property was a steamship, which
couldn't be swallowed! tho some
properly stewed person might try it.
Taking out the steamship, the stills,
automobiles, etc, we think we made
a very fair comparison. What was
left over would not do more than com comfortably
fortably comfortably fuddle the people of such a
big town as Jacksonville.
Please, Mr. Paragrapher, make our
peace with the people of Jacksonville,
for unless all the children have mov moved
ed moved away we have shook for the drinks
with many of their daddies decades
White Truck $300.00
Overland Roadster $300.00
1917 Buick Touring $625.00
1918 Buick Roadster $800.00
All have good tires, good mechan mechanical
ical mechanical shape, good tops and upholstering,
18-tf Spencer-Pedrick Motor Co.
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
2:20 am Jacksonville-N'York 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. Petrsbrg 1:3 am
2:15 am Tampa 2:15 am
1:50 pm Tampa-Manatee 1:35 pm
1:05 pm Tampa-St. Petrsbrg 4:05 pm
ATLANTIC COAST LINE R. R.
2:27 am Jacksonville-N'York 2:33 am
1:45 pm Jksonville-Gainsville 3:24 pm
6:42 am Jksonville-Gansville 10:13 pm
z:33am St.retsbrg-Lkeland 2:27 am
3:24 pm St.fetsbrg-.Lakeland 1:25 pm
7:10 am Dunnellon-Wilcox
7:25 am Dunellon-Lkeland 11:03 Dm
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. Thursday, Saturday.
QOOD CHEER AT WHITE HOUSE
Praaldent Harding's ReporUd BUI of
Fare Certainly 8macks of Demo Democratic
cratic Democratic Simplicity.
It. la said that the Harding White
House bill of fare will Include
chicken pie, as the first lady of the
land knows how to make It and waf waffles,
fles, waffles, browned to a turn, by the effi efficient
cient efficient old-fashioned colored cook of the
This smacks of democratic simplicity
and "homey" housekeeping of the good
The state breakfast and the diplo diplomatic
matic diplomatic dinner are necessarily more pre pretentious,
tentious, pretentious, and "old-time eating, served
In the old-time way, If not altogether
discountenanced. Is so disguised as to
make the satisfying plenty of the home
table seem like a far-off dream.
But, allowing for the proprieties of
state banquets andThe like, there la
never a distinguished guest of them all
but that has come op from plain
"home raising,' and still remembers
the dishes of old days as more to thank
God for than all the French refine refinements
ments refinements of later repasts.
The "homeliness" and heartlnesa of
the former linger with them forever
In much -the same way aa they did
with our old friend of the "Uncle Re Remus'
mus' Remus' stories when, after a certain
notable banquet, and he seldom at attended
tended attended such, he remarked: "Now Tm
going home to eat P Atlanta Constitution.
Nice destroys the odor of perspira
tion, 25 cents at Gerig's Dreg tSore. tf
There's no extra charge for clean cleaning
ing cleaning your fish at the City Fish Market.
Phone 158. tf
Phone 435. G.
NAKED by an an-glers
glers an-glers every everywhere
where everywhere as the "most
The Bass-Orno is of
the wobbler type. It
dives, dashes and darts
with an action uresis ta table
ble table to bass and other
game fish. Not in mo motion,
tion, motion, it floats,
Made in 12 standard colors,
at tS cents each. Sea the
Bass-Orma and other Qual Quality
ity Quality TackUil
Geo. llacKay & Cor
'Ntgotiattl. Storaf. Re.ipt, iMard o. rIUn, Anlftmobllr Elr.
LONG DISTANCE 1I0V13G
MOV.. PACK, SHIP
Careful estimates made on all con contract
tract contract work. Gives more and better
work for the money than anyother
contractor in the city.
Meet me. at the Union Station
Restaurant for a Vegular family style
dinner Best dinner in the state for 75
cents. Eat and drink all yon want.
Dinner 11 a. m. to 2:30 p. m. Owned
and operated by 100 Americans, tf
Work for Ocala
for the capital
CALL PHONE 52 5
when your clothes
NEED A NEW WRINKLE
La-Donde Cleaning Co.
over Jirash Grocery
52S PHONE SZS
. You have often thought
s? you would- have your
i2jfc eyes examined "some
tj1 dy I11 d!y longer.
DR. K. J. WEI HE,
Optometrist and Optician
If you smoke cigars why not get
the best? Ask for Garcia de Oro 10
at all dealers. 5-tf
Goo. MacKay 2 Co.
HIGH GRADE PAINT
This is a Studebaker year.
Raising the Family-
44 p. a.s BE.rrE.u-
- rnMif I
Thai was enougn to makf av maw take out tngllrancB'
C mo Joe.Fo. 1 I Soceows m.vs I J 1
m mm- t a statu i i r otvc id ukot uw i i ii a
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OCALA EVENING STAfi, MONDAY, MAT 23, 1921
WORK A k
BLOCKS, BRICK, CURB, SIDEWALK
OCALA - FLORIDA
i Tf1 :-to-:vCJ irinT,TP
Urieedas and all 10c National Biscuit Cos crack crackers
ers crackers 8c or 3 for 22c All 20-cent packages
16c or 3 for 40 cents.
Evaporated 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
Very best Head Rice 3 pounds 25c
Very best Blue Rose Rice 4 pounds 25c
Lard Compound, 1 pound 15c; 2 poutids 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
V?. Baker's Cocoa, y2 pound 30c; 2 for 55c
W. Baker's Cooking Chocolate, -b. cakes 25c
Oar Delivery Service is at yoar command
if you trade with as.
FARMERS EXCHANGE STORE
FINAL MEETING OF
THE W03IAJTS CLUB
CIVIL E1SGINEERS AND SURVEYORS
Licensed under the laws of the State of Florida
Capt. Edward Drake is associated
with us and in charge cf our Phos Phosphate
phate Phosphate Mine and Plant Department.
Of lices, 33-34 Holder Bldg.
Phone No. 543
Tire Prices Reduced
DIAMOND Non-Skid, 30x3, 17 AA
old price $20.00, iiow.. vll vV
DIAMOND Plain, 30x3, T AA
old price $17.60, now tfltJeUV
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.
JAS. ENGESSER, Proprietor
Phone 258 West Broadway
With a good attendance and an in
teresting program, the meeting of the
Woman's Club Saturday afternoon
was a happy ending" of the club year.
The program opened with a violin solo
by Mr. George Harper, accompanied
by Bliss Dorothy Lancaster. Then
with a few pleasing words of intro
duction for each one, the president,
Mrs. H. C Dozier, presented the new
officers for the coming year. One by
one they responded with a short
speech of appreciation for the honor
conferred upon them. The principal
address was made by the incoming
president. Mrs. J. W. Hood, who in
well chosen phrases and with a charm
ing delivery, unfolded her plans and
ambitions for the club. She then read
a list of the chairmen of committees,
upon whom she so .largely depends
for the success and achievements of
her administration. The following ex
pression of appreciation for the splen
did work of the outgoing president,
was read by Mrs. H. W. Henry:
"The Woman's Club wishes to ex extend
tend extend to the retiring president, Mrs
Harry Dozier, its most hearty appre
ciation of her efficiency and co-opera
tion during her term of office. The
club feels that she has given each
and every one most painstaking sup
port, and that her administration has
been unbiased and conscientious. They
are satisfied that this has been one
of the club's very best years and as
they see her lay down the gavel, the
Woman's Club cannot but- heave
sigh of regret, and it desires its sin sincere
cere sincere and best wishes to accompany
her as she surrenders the keys of of
fice to her successor, hoping that in
the not too distant future she will
give them a return' engagement."
Next came a pretty piano solo by
Miss Dora Bennett. Concluding the
program was a group of dances by
the two classes of little girls, pupils
of Miss Margaret Hocker, their
graceful steps and rhythmic move
ments delighting all who saw them
runch and cake were tnen served
from a beautifully appointed table at
the rear of the hall.
The chairman of literature, Mrs.
E. T. Helvenston, wishes to announce
a study course in "Modern Drama" for
the coming year. This course has
been especially prepared for women's
clubs by the professor of dramatic
literature in the University of North
Carolina. Following are some of the
subjects for study: Ibsen, Bjorson,
Oscar Wilde, George Bernard Shaw,
Galsworthy, Barrie, Maeterlinck, Ros
tand and others. The chairman would
like to hear from all club members
desirous of taking up the course,
sometime before the opening meeting
of the club in the fall.
The following are the chairman ap
pointed by the new president: Muni
cipal rest room and good roads, Mrs.
C. R. Tydings; club house and finance,
Mrs. William Hocker; education, Mrs.
Rex Todd; conservation, Mrs. H. C.
Dozier, assisted by Mrs. Harvey
Clark; Victory Way, Mrs. R. A. Bur-
ford, assisted by Mrs. Clarence Camp
and Mrs. George MacKay; parks, Mrs.
F. G. B. Weihe, assisted by Mrs.
Emily Green; legislation, Mrs. L. N.
Green; home economics, Mrs. L. E.
Yonce; health, Mrs. E. A. Osborne;
hospitality, Mrs. R. T. Adams; social,
Mrs. O. E. Cox, assisted by Mrs. J.
W. Dumas; membership, Mrs. R. L.
Anderson; civics, Mrs. J. K. Good,
assisted by Mrs. C. W. Hunter; social
and industrial conditions, Mrs. L. W.
Duval; literature, Mrs. E. T. Helven Helvenston;
ston; Helvenston; art, Mrs. G. W. Martin; reporter
for the Star, Mrs. Philip Murphy;
reporter for the Banner, Mrs. Harvey
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.
FOR THE WEEK
Again this week in already well
taken up with social affairs, large and
small; all of which are being antici anticipated
pated anticipated with great pleasure.
This afternoon Mrs. Clarence Camp
and daughter. Miss Nettie Camp, are
entertaining friends at auction at
Tonight circle No. 4 of the Presby
terian church is giving a stunt party
at the home of Miss Elizabeth Davis.
Everybody cordially invited.
Tuesday afternoon Mrs. Clarence
Camp and daughter will give a mov moving
ing moving picture party at the Temple the
Wednesday afternoon Mrs. F. T.
Schreiber will entertain at a large
tea at her home from 4:30 to 6:30,
complimenting Mrs. Edmund Martin
and Mfs. R. L. Anderson Jr.
Wednesday evening Miss Sue Moore
will be hostess at the regular weekly
meeting of the "A" club.
Thursday afternoon Mrs. Leta
Camp Bennett will entertain a num number
ber number of her friends at auction at her
Friday afternoon at the Ocala
House parlors there will be a large
benefit card party given by members
of St. Philip's Catholic church.
T. A. G. CLUB GAVE
MOONLIGHT LAUNCH RIDE
Pine Pure Olive Oil $1.2;
Bottle Maraschino Cherries .20
BARGAINS IN USED CARS
1919 Dodge Touring, new paint.. $750
1919 Overland Roadster ...$350
1919 Buick 5-passenger $800
Modell 33 Cadillac, new paint.. $1,300
1917 Buick, 7-passenger $700
1917 Fort Touring .$225
1920 Chandler Touring $1,500
All of these cars in good condition.
20-tf Ocala Auto & Garage Co.
The moonlight launch ride down the
Oklawaha river Saturday night, given
under the auspices of the members of
the T. A. G. Club, proved an exceed exceedingly
ingly exceedingly delightful and joyous occasion,
although it was feared all day that
the rain would interfere with the
plans of this happy party. Besides
many home folks, there were about
fifteen from Gainesville, who came to
participate in the gathering. Chap Chaperoned
eroned Chaperoned by Mr. and Mrs. Harry Bor Borland,
land, Borland, Mr. and Mrs. Parker Painter
and Mr. and Mrs. Alison Wartmann,
the party left the springs about seven ;
o'clock, going about twenty miles
down the river, where they stopped
for a bountiful picnic supper. .Danc .Danc-incr
incr .Danc-incr to the strains of a victrola was
the principal feature of enjoyment, General Auto Repairing
but all songs of games and songs were and SI OrnfTC
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was nearly midnight when this happy
party came to an end and a prettier
night could not have been selected for
the moon was out in all its brilliance.
OCALA LODGE NO. 286, B. P. O; E.
Both for $1.00 while
they last at Gerig's Drug Store.
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
T. C. Carter, N. G.
Frank G. Churchill, Secretary.
ORDER OF EASTERN STAB
Ocala Chapter No. 29, O. E. S
meets at the Masonic hall the second
and fourth Thursday evenings of each
month at 8 o'clock.
Mrs. Rosalie Condon, W. M.
Mrs. Susan Cook. Secretary.
Dazira Face Powder is satisfying,
and the odor is dainty. Ask to see it
at Gerig'a Drug Store. tf
Ocala Lodge No. 286, Benevolent
and Protective Order of Elks, meets
the second and fourth Tuesday eve evenings
nings evenings of each month. Visiting breth
ren always welcome. Lodge rooms
upstairs over Troxler's tnd the Book
Shop, 113 Main street.
A. A. Vandenbrock, E. R.
C. Y. Miller, Secretary.
WOODMEN OF THE WORLD
Fort King Camp No. 14 meets at
K. of P. hall at 7:30 p. m. every sec second
ond second Friday evening at 8 o'clock. Visit Visiting
ing Visiting sovereigns are always welcome.
H. B: Baxter, C. C.
Chas. K. Sage. Clerk.
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
W. K. Lane, M. D, physician and
rurgeon, specialist eye, ear, nose and
throat. Office over 5 and 10 cent store
Ocala. Fla. Adv. tf
Gasoline. Oils and Grease
USED CARS FOR SALE
Cars Washed $1.00
Cars Polished -50
Oklawaha Ave. & Orange St
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White Truck $300.00
Overland Roadster .$200.00
1917 Buick Touring $625.00,
All have good tires, good median-
ical shape, good tops and upholstering.
18-tf Spencer-Pedrick Motor Co.
ROYAL ARCH MASONS
Regular conventions of the Ocala
Chapter No. 13. R. A. M., on the fourth
Friday in every month at 8 p. m.
H. S. Wesson. H. P.
B. L. Adams, Secretary.
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This is a Studebaker year.
ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE
OF TRAINS IN OCALA
ROBERT M. i MEYER,
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Seaboard Air line
Arrive from Jacksonville.. 2:10a.m.
Leave for Tampa 2:15 a.m.
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Leave for Tampa 1:55 p.m.
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eave for Tampa 4:05 p.m.
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jeave for Jacksonville.... 4:17p.m.
Arrive from New York.... 1:34a.m.
Leave for St. Petersburg.. 1:37a.m.
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Leave for New York 3:00 a.m.
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Arrive from Jacksonville.. 2:31 a.m.
.eave for St. Petersburg.. 2:32a.m.
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Leave for St. Petersburg.. 3:35p.m.
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eave for Jacksonville. ... 2:27 a. m
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daily except Sunday.... 11 :50a.m.
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Leave for Lakeland Tues Tuesday,
day, Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday 7:25 a. m.
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If you have any society items for
the Star, please call five-one.
Mr. W. K Huckaby has returned
from a brief visit to Savannah.
Mrs. J. J. Guthrey of Kendnck was
a shopper in the city for the day.
Keep the hands and face soft with
ILASOL. 50 cents the bottle at
Gerig's Drug Store.
The H. B. Masters Company, will
begin giving its summer half holidays
to its employees Thursday, June 2,
and continue them to Sept.- 29.
1921 Ford roadster without starter
in Al condition; good tires; for $250
cash. DIXIE HIGHWAY GARAGE. 6t
" Born to Mr. and Mrs. O. H. Rogers,
at the hospital last night, another fine
boy. His friends will congratulate
BobM on this new prop to his old age.
Mrs. Allan Rodgers has accepted a
position as bookkeeper and steno stenographer
grapher stenographer with the firm of J. W. Wil Wilson
son Wilson & Company in the Holder block.
Our Bathing Caps are pretty and
durable. AH fresh stock. Gerig'
Drug Store. tl
Misses Ray Dent of Umatilla and
Iris Speering of Live Oak, have re returned
turned returned to their respective homes after
a pleasant visft in the city, guests of
Mrs. S. Bland Ware.
Miss Margaret Harrison of Ashe Ashe-ville,
ville, Ashe-ville, N. C, left yesterday afternoon
for Jacksonville, after a few days'
pleasant visit in the city the guest of
Mrs. H. M. Hampton.
Pine Pure Olive Oil .$125
Bottle Maraschino Cherries .20
Both for $1.00 while $1.45
they last at Gerig's Drug Store. 21-tf
Miss Dorothy Verdun will arrive in
Ocala Wednesday afternoon to spend
a few days as the guest of Mrs. J. W.
Davis and Miss Margaret Jackson.
She is en route from Southern College
to her home in Iowa.
Mrs. R. L. Park and daughter, Miss
Gladys Park returned yesterday aft afternoon
ernoon afternoon from an eight weeks' visit
with friends and relatives in Georgia.
Miss Park was the guest at many
social affairs while on this trip.
All Garcia de Oro cigars wrapped in
tinfoil 10c at all dealers. 5-tf
Mr. J. H. Taylor has, returned from
Jacksonville, where he accompanied
his brother, Mr. W.-D. Taylor for an
operation for appendicitis. Mr. Tay Taylor's
lor's Taylor's friends will learn with pleasure
that he is recovering steadily from
his recent operation.
Mr .and Mrs. George Pasteur and
family motored to Daytona Beach
yesterday for the day. Accompanying
them was Mrs. Tom Pasteur, who left
for her home in Miami after a pleas pleas-ang
ang pleas-ang visit in the city with her hus husband's
band's husband's parents, Mr. and Mrs. John
Miss Anna Hutchinson of Gaines Gainesville
ville Gainesville spent the week end in the city,
the guest of Mrs. H. M. Hampton.
She was one of the out of town guests
on the launch ride Saturday night.
Miss Cole of Anthony and Miss Mar Martha
tha Martha Mason of Gainesville were also
guests on this occasion.
Garcia de Oro. that mild Havana
filler cigar 10c at all dealers. 6-tf
Mr. Edward Green, who spent the
week-end at home with his mother,
Mrs. Emily Green, was accompanied
by Messrs. Winthrop Robinson, Van
Huff, Hendry, Still ey and Graham,
students at the university, who came
especially to attend the moonlight ride
down Silver Springs Saturday night,
given by. the T. A. G. Club.
. Business will have to be mighty
brisk at the Ocala Iron Works soon,
there being a new iron worker com coming
ing coming along. Mr. Harvey Smith, one of
the skilled men at the works is going
around smiling all over himself at the
addition to his family, at the hospital
last week, of a sturdy, 8 -pound son.
The hospital reported today that Mrs.
-Smith and the baby are both doing
Opoeaum a Pest In Australia.
New Zealand has a native species
of opossum which wears a very beau beautiful
tiful beautiful fur. It la not at all ijke the
opossum that we know In this country.
Many years ago it was Introduced
Into Australia, and, finding there none
at the natural enemies that preyed up upon
on upon It in Its own land, it has since In Increased
creased Increased In numbers until It has be become
come become a serious pest. It la a robber
of fruit trees.
However, the value ef the animal
for Its far la so great as to outweigh
the damage It does In the fruit-growing
sections, and In view of this fact, the
Australians are encouraging, the in
crease of opossums in forest districts.
Their skins are becoming a consider
able Item of export, and already many
of them are made up Into fashionable
garment for women In the United
States. Philadelphia Ledger.
First American Train Robbery.
Train robbery, a pattlmje which was
for some years very popular in the
West, was inaugurated 48 years ago
At Yarlflfl Nevada, when, the Qyexland
express was "held tip and despoiled of
about $50,000. This robbery marked
a new departure In the field of crime,
for previously only stage coaches and
travelers had fallen prey to holdup
men. When western outlaws are dis discussed,
cussed, discussed, the name of Jesse James is
usually the first brought up, but he
was not the pioneer train robber.
.That dubious distinction belongs to!
one Buck Taylor, who, with four com companions,
panions, companions, pulled off the train holdup
which was the first of a long string of
NEBULA SHOWS SOME SPEED
Body Flying Through the Heavens at
Rate of Two Thousand Kilome Kilometers
ters Kilometers a Second.
The Lowell observatory In Flagstaff,
Ariz,, has held a stop watch on the
fastest moving object ever discovered.
The spiral nebula catalogued as No.
584, Dreyer's catalogue, constellation
of Cetus, Is flying through the heavens
at the rate of 2,000 kilometers a sec second.
ond. second. An airplane going at this speed
would circumnavigate the earth at the
equator in less than half a minute.
The spiral nebulae are the swiftest
moving objects in the known universe. J
but no one has ever before been de detected
tected detected shooting through the heavens
at much more than half the speed of
584-Dreyer-Cetus. Most stars move
slowly and sedately along at about
100 kilometers a second. What Is per perhaps
haps perhaps rather humiliating to us earth
dwellers Is the fact that 584-Dreyer-Cetus
Is moving In the direction away
from our own earth and sun.
Of course the speed of light, which
is nearly 300,000 kilometers a second,
makes the speed of the spiral nebulae
seem Insignificant. But light does not
have to "carry, weight," whereas the
nebulae, though perhaps an extremely
diffuse and tenuous form of matter, j
are none the less material objects of
quite considerable ponderosity. So,
until we get later news from the celes celestial
tial celestial racetracks, we" can state that the
fpiral nebula in Cetus Is the speedi speediest
est speediest thing coming down the "celestial
pike." New York Independent.
SPORT ADORED BY FIUPIN0S
Cock Fighting the One Occupation That
Appeals to the Heart of the
In every one of the larger cities of
the Philippines and throughout every
one of the thousands of little barrios
from northern Luzon to southern Min Mindanao
danao Mindanao little barrios that fringe the
ocean's edge or nestle among the hills,
there Is but one universal and adored
sport, but one game that is pre-eminently
popular from the mountain
fastnesses of the headhunters to the
southern shores of Moroland, and that
Is cock fighting.
Every Sunday morning for Sunday
Is the great day for the sport at the
first crack of dawn along the road9
and trails that lead Into the little set settlements
tlements settlements and on the streets that twist
through the smelly and ramshackle bar barrios,
rios, barrios, will be met numbers of Filipinos
walking with a quick. Jaunty step, an anticipation
ticipation anticipation written plainly upon their
brown faces and an unusual light In
their dark eyes. Each carries his fa favorite
vorite favorite game cock under his arm, and
all are converging upon the cockpit.
"Lost" Lincoln a Mystery.
An oil painting of Abraham Lincoln,
26 by 35 inches in size, rescued sev several
eral several years ago from a pile of supposed supposedly
ly supposedly worthless furniture taken from the
old Red Lion inn In Philadelphia, to today
day today forms a mystery over which there
Is much discussion by artists. After
Its rescue 'the picture was hung in a
Philadelphia residence where a paint painter,
er, painter, Baruch M. Feldman, happened upon
It and purchased It. He began the
work of reclaiming it, and after the
dirt had been removed the portrait
stood out, clear and well denned In all
Artists who have seen the picture
are agreed that the character of the
portra't is such that the suggestion
that it might have been painted from
a photograph Is rendered absurd. Who
painted the "lost" Lincoln Is a mys mystery,
tery, mystery, and there Is no mark or sign to
give those studying It a clew that
might lead to its identification.
Lamps Shine Downwardly.
A new form of lamn ripsismri in
England maintains a Uug. horizontal
are especially useful for th nvw.
head lighting of film studios, or for
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SEES TURKISH RULE AMUSING
English Author Finds Funny Side to
Life In Jerusalem Under
The tradition of Turkish rule in
Palestine as one finds It In Jerusalem
Is simply a Joke, declares O. K. Ches Chesterton
terton Chesterton In his book. The New Jeru Jerusalem."
salem." Jerusalem." All the stories about It are
Jokes and often very good jokes. My
own favorite incident is that which
is still commemorated In the English
cathedral by an enormous hole In the
The Turks dug up the pavement
looking for concealed British artillery,
because they had been told that the
bishop bad given his blessing to two
cannons. The bishop had. Indeed, re recently
cently recently appointed two canons to the
service of the church, but he had not
secreted them under the floor of the
chanceL There was another agree agreeable
able agreeable incident when the Turkish au authorities,
thorities, authorities, by an impulsive movement
of religious toleration, sent for a
Greek priest to bury Greek soldiers,
and told him to take his choice in a
heap of corpses of all creeds and
But at once the most curious and
the most common touch of comedy
is the perpetual social introduction to
solid and smiling citizens who have
been nearly hanged by the Turks. The
fortunate gentleman seems still to be
regarding his escape with a broad
grin. If you were Introduced to a
polite Frenchman who Jiad come
straight from the guillotine, or to an
affable American who had only just
vacated the electrical chair, you would
feel a faint curiosity about the whole
story. If a friend Introduced some somebody
body somebody saying, "My friend Robinson;
his sentence has just been commuted
to penal servitude," or "My Uncle
William, Just come from Dartmoor
prison," your mind and perhaps Hps
would faintly form the syllables "What
for?" But evidently, under Turkish
rule, being hanged was like being
knocked down by a cab ; it might hap happen
pen happen to anybody.
HARBOR FOR SHIPS OF AIR
Artist Has Given Us Picture of Prob Probability
ability Probability of the Not Far Distant
Something very unique in the way
of a terminal station for future travel traveling
ing traveling Is suggested in Flight It Is a
picture by Koderlc Hill showing an
aerial terminus, or the "White Moon Moon-line,"
line," Moon-line," raised aloft over a seaport. It
is not a fiat airdrome situated on the
surface, but a huge circular struc structure
ture structure which towers far above the tall tallest
est tallest buildings of the city. On Its top topmost
most topmost circumference, platforms swing swinging
ing swinging on a circular railed bed are carried
by two rotating arms on which aero
liners light and from which they take
oiT. On the left of this great tower
Is a passenger elevator with two cars
carrying passengers to and from the
embarking level. Inside this structure
is a huge elevator for lowering the
aero liners for refitting and repair,
and In Its mysterious depths we can
picture workshops lit by flickering arc
lamps, where hundreds of mechanics
work busily day and night. With such
termini as this, the future industrial
magnates will be looking up at their
captains'as each in his respective craft
draws near to exchange or deposit the
cargo in his care, and then it will be
that the dreamer of today will behold
the fulfillment of his vision.
Foe of Dandelions.-
East and west, north and south In
this fair land of ours, one of the
greatest pests to a beautiful lawn Is
the dandelion. The more we try to
get them eliminated the more they
thrive. Now the surest remover la a
few geese. They prefer dandelion to
anything else. If one cannot afford
to buy the geese, for they are ex expensive,
pensive, expensive, get a few of their eggs, give
them to an eld hen. She will hatch
and raise them. They are sturdy lit little
tle little fellows.
Take a strip of wire fencing 8 feet
high. Make it hi a circle about 10
feet in diameter, place this on the
lawn; put the geese in it with a pan
of water to drink. Change It about
aa fast as they clean up a spot. They
require little else to eat and become
very tame. Thrift Magazine.
Shifting Sand Made Trouble.
The shifting of the sands of the, sea
shore very often Involves expensive
litigation. In 1883 the counties of At Atlantic
lantic Atlantic and Burlington, of New Jersey,
entered Into an expensive litigation
concerning the boundary between
them. There was a dispute aa t one
of the corners of this boundary It
was stated to be. In the original sur survey,
vey, survey, "the next inlet in the south side
of Little Egg Harbor's most southerly
inlet, and thence along the seacoast
to the line of partition between east
and west Jersey." But It could not
be found in its original home when
they went to look for it, thus bring bringing
ing bringing up to date the ancient saying
about a rope of sand.
Omaha Big Butter Maker.
More than $23,000,000 worth of but butter
ter butter was manufactured in Omaha dur during
ing during 1920, according to an estimate by
the Omaha chamber of commerce,
members of whlcn report that the city
In Nebraska still retains its position
as the chief city of this industry in
the United States.
The figures on butter production as
given by the chamber for recent years
show a steady Increase since 1914
when the- government census showed
that the production for that year was
Dream a Sr af Activity.
To dream of tiles is a bad sfgn of
activity; to purchase them, you will
travel, not always riding, but going
from place to place with fortune smil smiling
ing smiling and frowning upon you alternately.
The Inconsistent Male.
lien are Inconsistent. They com com-blaln
blaln com-blaln If their wives dont read the
newspapers and keep up with Import
ant events, and yet few of tbem read
the fashion notes. Baltimore Sun.
New Low Prices on
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30x3 $12.48 $13.38 $1764 $2.13
30x3K 15.09 15.62 22.83 2 63
32x4 24.25 27.98 35 69 3.67
33x4 26.47 29.43 37.66 3.67
34x4 27.04 3006 38.34 4.03
Red and Gray guaranteed tubes in all sizes at a
very low cost.
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Phone 516 Ocala, Fla.
SKEPTICISM OUT OF PLACE
Announcement of Scientific Dis Discovery
covery Discovery May Today Be Looked
Upon as Fantastic.
That the butterfly contains within it itself
self itself what Huxley would have .called
the promise end potency of the cure
of tuberculosis and perhaps of other
malignant plagues might seem fantas fantastic
tic fantastic proposition were It not for our
memory oMts antecedent, remarks the
North American Review. It is now
about 55 years since Pasteur perceived
in the fermentation of beer and wine
the principle which emboldened him
to declare that we shoud one day learn
to eliminate all communicable diseases
from the world. Blot, Dumas and
other veterans of science were incredu incredulous.
lous. incredulous. But crying Travalllier tour tour-jours
jours tour-jours travallller 1" the young master of
them all proceeded to cure first the
"sickness" of beer and wine, then the
"silkworm disease," then a formidable
poultry pestilence, then one of the
deadliest plagues of cattle.
Having thus worked his way up In
the scale of life, he addressed him himself
self himself by the same methods to the salva salvation
tion salvation of man from what had been re regarded
garded regarded as the moft hopeless and hor horrible
rible horrible of diseases, rabies, and thus
opened the way of Lister, of Koch, of
FInlay and Carrell, and to all the un unspeakably
speakably unspeakably beneficent wonders of th
science of bacterial therapeutics. If
thus Pasteur found 'in an atom of yeast
the cure for rabies, typhoid, cholera,
malaria, yellow fever, diphtheria and
bubonic plague, there Is no occasion
for skepticism when his disciple, Metal Metal-nlkow,
nlkow, Metal-nlkow, suggests that in the larva of
a butterfly may be found the cure
for other pestilences.
Snails and Scraws.
Nearly all Inventions have been sug suggested
gested suggested by natural objects.
Fremont, of the French School of
Mines, points out an interesting ex example
ample example In the case of the screw, the
fundamental Idea of which, he be
Frisk Tires and Tabes
lieves, was sup-peieTi to pridnove
man by the spiral shape of the edible
It was not the shape of the shell j
that suggested the screw, but the ;
spiral motion which it is necessary to j
give to the body of the snail in order
to withdraw it from the shelL This
at once showed that an object of a
screw shape embedded In a solid pow pow-erfuly
erfuly pow-erfuly .resisted attempts to withdraw
It. by a straight pull.
The hint was enough, and the
screw became one of the earliest of
Have Object in Thrift.
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wa a4 v 4 k.j j v la v ua Uul VVfc
Ton will lose some friends you will
be better oft without, aud you will
gain a few that will help you play the
game. Make your ideals big enough
to make them worth striving for
When they are big enough to let oth-J
era know tnat you are arter more thaa
the ordinary they will wag their head
and you will dig in and show them
You are never op to your' best until
you are going the limit. The very ne necessity
cessity necessity of the case drives you to mora
determined effort, and the effort calli
forth ability neither you nor you
ineuu eer urvumea juu uau. ao
th best part of it all Is that even
oo can start the thing. Grit.
No Trick at All.
Proflt In Perfume Hunting. "And. my jouus i'mw." said the pro-
There seems to be no good reason fewp bl f'P'1 iM morning, "how
why in this country the gathering of ltd "ou find Jur-if this inorningr
sweet-emeUlng herbs and flowers for Well." replied Jobuive. "I Just opened
the perfumery trade might not be.M e.Tes and ,,ure 1 w"-"
found profitable. It has recently be-!
come a considerable Industry in rural Th?s is a StuObaker year. tf
parts of England, a great many
en and children having taken It up. I
In April the picking of cowslips be begins,
gins, begins, those flowers being in demand as
a cure for sleeplessness, and also for
"potpourri" and sachets. Broom and
elder flowers follow. Mullein and mal mallow,
low, mallow, bergamot. peony petals, rose pet petals
als petals and red popy petals bring good
prices; likewise raspberry leaves,
age, mint, balm and thyme.
Wouldn't you laugh
if you saw your next door neighbors dressed in
animal skins? That's because centuries have come and
gone since clothes of hide slipped into the limbo of
things that are past.
Every day new styles appear new products that
save time, labor and money are introduced -new com comforts,
forts, comforts, new conveniences and new ideas continually are
being offered for your benefit. '
The advertisements bring you the news of all this
progress. Read the advertisements and you will keep
abreast of uhe styles you'll know every product that
goes to make life more enjoyable.
And the advertisements will tell you where to get
these things, how to get them and how much to pay
for them. The advertisements are daily directories to
Read the advertisements: Protect yourself in buying
by getting those products which have proved their
worth by making good under the spotlight of consistent
Read the advertisements and
- buy the advertised products!
TOBACCO USERS NOT IUUUNE
Only Germs ef Cholera and Meningitis
Succumb to Smoke or Juice .
Professor Puntooi of the University
of Rome has performed a series of ex experiments
periments experiments by way of determining
whether tobacco, smoked or chewed,
mould act as a disinfectant against dis disease
ease disease germs. For the purpose- he used
'Tuscany cigars, Macedonian cigar cigarettes
ettes cigarettes and very strong chewing to tobacco.'
bacco.' tobacco.' He placed a piece of papr
covered with-aalve which contained
the germs of cholera, influents, diph diphtheria,
theria, diphtheria, typhoid and meningitis in a
glass jar and then filled tfte-Jar with
smoke or covered the paper with to
bacco Juice, says New York Evening
He has arrived at the depressing con conclusion
clusion conclusion that, except In the case of
cholera aud meningitis, tobacco Is pow pow-"
" pow-" erles U the presence of germs. As to
typhoid and diphtheria, he excused the
S bacilli to the strongest of smoke from
Tuscany cigars for one hour, and
they were as robust at the end of the
cxiteriment as at the beginning.
As to tuberculosis. Professor Pun Pun-ton!
ton! Pun-ton! says- that the most Inveterate
smoker or chewer can hope for no pro protection
tection protection from his Indulgence. The ele elements
ments elements of tobacco that disinfect in the
case of cholera arid meningitis are
tar, nicotine and formaldehyde.
Silk Chemises for Dusky Bsllea.
Lurid purple silk chemises, site 52.
are becoming popular with the dusk
belles along the African Congo, ac according
cording according to an announcement by a Chi Chicago
cago Chicago mall order bouse.
The firm's foreign department an announced
nounced announced the notification of safe ar arrival
rival arrival from Chief Angogo in the Bel Belgian
gian Belgian Congo of a recent order for such
undergarments for 12 of the chlefa
favorite wives. Because of the color
and size, it was necessary to hare
them made to order.
"The results are quite satisfactory,
however," the chief wrote.
With the chemise order came funds
for "shoes with watches In their toes,"
rubber boots with copper toes, pink
silk stockings and several hundred
pounds of beads and brightly-colored
It Is an Interslf-ng fact that Sir
Isaac Newton, wo effected more than
any other rrr.u In rendering the
world fnm!'i!ai ti ns from an as-
! w r.w-
wim of r'evv. was bora
C. Cecil Bryant
Gary Block, Over 10c Store
rY ANTED. LOST. FOUND. F02
SALE, TOR RENT AND SIM SIMILAR
ILAR SIMILAR LOCAL NEEDS
FOR SALE OR RENT Home at No.
22 Sanchez street. Apply Rogers Rogers-Wilson
Wilson Rogers-Wilson Realty Company for further
FOR SALE One good milk cow. In Inquire
quire Inquire of. Mrs. Harriet JTuraer, at
Farmers Exchange tSore. 11-St
WANTED A hustler with Ford car
to sell Tampa Fuel Saver; big
profits, easy sales with money back
guarantee with every outfit, Wriia
quick for territory. Tampa Acces Accessory
sory Accessory Mfg. Co, 501 E. Amelia Ave-,
Tampa, Fla. 12-9t
FOR SALE Nice Jersey cow about
eight years old. to be fresh in about
ten days. 175. Apply to C. A. Hol Hol-loway,
loway, Hol-loway, 715 South Lime SW Phone
FOR SALE Eight pair thoroughbred
White King pigeons; also pigeon
loft 6x12 and six feet high; Eying
!n 12x14, six feet high. Price rea-
sonable. Apply 711 N. Magnolia, -or
P. O. Box 422, Ocala. 17-t
FURNITURE REPAIRING I make
a specialty of repairing and re re-painting
painting re-painting furniture. Also buy and
sell second hand furniture. Let me
quote you prices. W. O. Furr, 314
S. Main St, near laundry. 18-12t
FOR SALE Large two-story house,
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, in
good neighborhood with excellent
neighbors. Will sell for S1500 cash,
balance one and two years. Apply
at 1145 S. Orange St, or write P.
O. Box 180, Ocala. Fla. 18-7t
WANTED Position as steno-book-keeper.
Mrs. Hazel B. Chambers,
328 W. 15th St, Connersvllle, In Indiana.
diana. Indiana. 19-St
AUTOMOBILES PAINTED Reason Reasonable
able Reasonable prices, work guaranteed. Ap Apply
ply Apply hours 9 to 5, room 2, Merchants
FOR SALE Baby crib and mattress.
Also dining room extension table
and bookkeeper's desk. Phone 332
or call at 805 Tu sea will a SL 20-St
FOR RENT My home on S. Sanchez
permanent. Use of piano if- desired,
permanent. Use of piano is desired.
Mrs. F. Lytle, 615 S. Sanchez St,
phone 388. 23-6t
LOST Saturday night between ths.
square and hospital, a blue broad broadcloth
cloth broadcloth coat trimmed in military
braid. Return to Ocala House and
k receive reward. 23-2t
. "". VV, "'..
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