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Sun Riaes Tomorrow, 6:29; Seta, 6:40. OCALA, FLORIDA, MONDAY, MARCH 20, 1922 VOLUME TWENTY-EIGHT. NO. 67.
TO EEAVE EUROPE
GOIUG TO GIVE ANNUAL TilEETIHG
THIEVES TIE GASl HOSPITAL ASSO'll
' UT OF TIE
Harding and Hughes Expected By
Republican Congressmen To
Give Them the Needed Help
Washington,' March 20 Republican
party leaders responsible for direc direction
tion direction of the coming congressional cam campaign,
paign, campaign, accompanied by Chairman John
T. Adams, of the republican national
committee, conferred with President
Harding today and discussed the rela relation
tion relation of the treaties growing out of the
Washington conference to the coming
elections. The treaties are regarded
in administration circles as the major
achievement of the first year of the
Harding administration and it is said
to be the intention of party ledaers to
put them forward as an issue in the
AGAIN ARE BUSV
Honest Men Going to Work Driven
Back by Armed Ruffian To
Belfast, March 20. Gunmen were
again active in Belfast today, a num number
ber number of carters proceeding to work
were stopped by a man who pointed a
revolver at them and ordered them
back. In the ensuing altercation one
carter was wounded. The police bar barracks
racks barracks at Maghere, County Londerry,
were captured during the night.
vOLD TIME MUSTERED
THE BATTERY OUT
) (Associated Press)
Cleveland," March 20 The "Cleve
land Light Artillery, the gallant old
battery that served in the civil war
and which is said to have fired the
first shot at the Confederate forces
in the first land battle of the war, has
struck its flae to Father Time. The
last roll call of the organization, held
on Washington's birthday February
22, following annual custom, was an
swered by only one of the two remain
ing veterans of the original battery
and two honorary members who serv
ed with other Ohio batteries.
COMMITTEE ON COMMITTEES
APPOINTED ITS COMMITTEES
Lakeland, March 18. The Capital
Removal Association committee se selected
lected selected at the time the association was
formed at Ocala, March 6, met here
this morning for the purpose of nam
ing the working committees of the
Those present were T. J. Appleyard
Jr.. of Orlando, chairman: W. T.
Gary, Ocala; N. P. Yowell, Orlando;
William Hart of Palatka could not be
present, and J. V. Walton acted as his
The committees appointed to find
ways and means for furthering the
plan to remove the state capital from
Tallahassee, to some point which will
meet general approval of the people
Credentials: E. W. Davis, of Orlan
do; O. P. Swope, Oviedo, and Dr. A.
L. Izlar, Clermont.
Membership: C. H. Jordan, Cres Crescent
cent Crescent City; J. H. Lord, Sarasota,, and
W. F. Stovall, Tampa.
Publicity: Bob Holly, Sanford; T. E
Fitzgerald, Daytona, and J. E. Worth
ington, Lake Wales.
Legislation: L. C Massey, Orlando;
A. R. Carter, Lakeland, and J. E,
Wideman, West Palm Beach.
Nomination of Permanent Officials:
C. H. Freas, Brooksville; J. J. Par-
rish, Titusville, and George W. Sco-
Finance: L. L. Bean, Fort Meade;
George R. Riley, Palatka, and W. P,
Franklin, Fort Myers.
Constitution and By-Laws: R. L.
Anderson Jr, Ocala; W. E. Walsh.
Miami Beach, and Isaac Van Horn,
The report of the committee which
met here today, will be submitted at
the meeting in Orlando at 2 p. m
April 5, when permanent organiza
tion of the removal association wil
Our sausage is always fresh as we
make it up daily. Main Street Mar
ket. Phone 108. tf
Attempt of Republican Leaders To
Pass the Buck to the President
Of No Avail
Washington, March 20. President
Harding told ; republican House lead
ers today that in view of expressions
on the soldiers' bonus he had previ previously
ously previously made he did not think it essen essential
tial essential to offer any recommendation at
Representative Mondell, who head
ed the House delegation, made the an announcement
nouncement announcement in a formal statement
and added verbally it was the plan to
go ahead with the compromise bill as
recommended by the ways and means
GILLETT WILL OBSTRUCT
Speaker Gillett announced today he
would not entertain a motion to sus
pend House rules so as to put the
bonus bill through the House with a
restriction on debate and without op opportunity
portunity opportunity for amendments.
ONE RESERVATION ONLY
Senator Fletcher Will Vote For The
Washington, March 20. Three pro
posed reservations promise to become
the final storm centers of the Senate's
debate on the four-power Pacific trea treaty,
ty, treaty, which enters its concluding chap
ter today under a unanimous consent
agreement to vote finally on ratifica ratification
tion ratification Friday.
Only one" of these reservations is
said by its supporters to be acceptable
to President Harding and it is the
only one that administration leaders
expect to see adopted. It was framed
in the foreign relations committee and
declares the treaty contemplates "no
The following letter from Senator
Fletcher has been received by Miss
Skinner, president of the Florida Fed
eration of Woman's Clubs:
"Yours with regard to the ratifica
tion of the four-power treaty has
been received. I expect to vote for
the ratification of the treaty, with cer certain
tain certain reservations, which are pending,
and which, it seems, to be relieve the
treaty of all reasonable objection, and
would not interfere with its purpose.
"Very truly yours,
"Duncan U. Fletcher."
FRENCH MAY GIVE
AUTONOMY TO SYRIA
(By Mail to the Associated Press)
Beirut, Syria, Feb. 18 France con
templates grantingto Syria a certain
amount of autonomy which will qual
ify the country to become a member
of the League of Nations, it is report
ed here. Rumor adds that France
will recognize the existence of Syria
as a sovereign state and gill agree
also to the constitution of a Syrian
parliament and the establishment of
a Syrian ministry.
A BUILDING WORTH SAVING
Delhi, Ia March 20. Efforts to
preserve the old McCreery home here
as a memorial to one of the few Iowa
poets have failed and the little build
ing is falling to pieces.
The passage of time has not dealt
kindly with the old frame house in
which J. L. McCreery, one of north
eastern Iowa's pioneer journalists.
penned the poem, "There is No
Authorship of this noted poem has
been attributed to various celebrated
writers, but there seems to be little
doubt that the author was McCreery.
The poem was one of a number pub
lished in the Delaware County Jour Journal
nal Journal in the early '60s when Mr. Mc
Creery owned that publication.
No doubt his poetry was his relax
ation. "There is No Death" is the
only specimen extant. The opening
and closing verses are here repeated:
There is no death; the stars go down
To rise upon some other shore,
And bright in heaven's jeweled crown
They shine forevermore.
And ever near us, though unseen,
The dear immortal spirits tread;
For all the boundless universe
Is life 'There are no dead."
There's no extra charge for clean cleaning
ing cleaning your fish at the City Fish Market.
Phone 158. tf
Secretary of War Orders the Army Of
Occupation to Pack Up Its
Old Kit Bag
Washington, March 20. Orders
directing return to the United States
by July 1st of all -American troops
now on the Rhine were issued today
by Secretary Weeks.
CENSUS OF CANADA
Less than Nine Million People to Over
Three Million Square
Ottawa, Ont., March 20. Complete
census returns show Canada's popu population
lation population to be 8,769,489 as compared
with 7,206,643 in 1911, an increase for
the ten years of 1,562,846 or nearly
22 per cent, according to final figures
announced by the Dominion Bureau
The following is the population by
Nova Scotia "623,837
New Brunswick 587,839
P. E. I .88,615
Ontario .. 2,929,054
Saskatchewan .. 761,390
British Columbia 523,353
N. W. T. 6,684
Canadian navy 485
In reviewing these figures, the bu bureau
reau bureau reports point out, that for prac practically
tically practically five years of the last decade,
Canada was involved in the world war
and during that time immigration was 4
stopped from the British Isles and
Europe and greatly curtailed from the
For two years prior to the war,
immigration to Canada reached its
peak. The Dominion sent overseas
more than 500,000 fighting men. Sixty
thousand of these were killed and
125,000 were .wounded. In addition
more than 100,000 men in the Canad Canadian
ian Canadian army were engaged in military oc occupations
cupations occupations on this side of the ocean.
During the war period, marriage and
the establishment of homes was far
Taking into consideration the tra tragic
gic tragic occurrences of the decade, the in in-creaseof
creaseof in-creaseof population in Canada is as
substantial as could be expected, it is
SUFFERS FROM FffiE
Pittsburgh, March 20. Loss esti estimated
mated estimated at $250,000 resulted when fire
gutted the -'Literary theater building
in McKeesport, near" here, early to today
day today and for a time threatened the en entire
tire entire block in which it is located.
DIGGING UP AN
Philadelphia, March 20. Presence
of a civilization dating back to 1700
B. C. has been discovered at the site
of Beisan, the Beth-Shan of the Bible,
according to word received here from
Dr. Clarence B. Fisher, head of. the
University of Pennsylvania archaeolo-
gists working in the Holy Land.
The reports stated that relics of
this civilization were found in the
seventh sub-cellar of the hill of Bei Beisan,
san, Beisan, and that on top of it were piled
in distinct strata six other cities or
civilizations. However, extensive dig digging
ging digging thus far has proceeded only to
the third level, uncovering the re remains
mains remains first, of an Arab city, below it
a Byzantine community, containing
pretentious edifices, and below this
the ruins of a Roman city. The most
important find was heiroglyphic Stella
of the fourteenth century as yet unde-
cmhered. Dr. Fisher renorted he
ivnTv tn nA onp r,r mor of the iron
chariots for which the place was fa
mous in Biblical history.
DISTURBANCES IN DENMARK
Copenhagen, March 20. (By Asso Associated
ciated Associated Press). Disturbances in the
provinces in connection with several
lock-outs necessitated calling out of
troops to patrol the streets. Thoe
Geresh, Jedaer of the Danish commu communists,
nists, communists, was arrested at Banders in Jut Jutland,
land, Jutland, charged with les majeste and
agitating for revolution.
Miami, March 20 The most brazen
operation by bootleggers along the
Florida coast, especially at Miami,
with the assistance of some Miami
bankers, who hold money for liquor
deals, was found by prohibition agents
working here under direction of Col Colonel
onel Colonel Nutt, according to his report to
Prohibition Commissioner Haynes, at
Washington, and made public here to today
day today by Col. Nutt. The report said
a dozen investigators received propos proposals
als proposals the first day "to deliver liquor any anywhere.
where. anywhere. All that would be necessary
was to put up the money, the boot bootleggers
leggers bootleggers would pack the liquor as
grapefruit and ship to any part of
"In two instances, negotiations
all of which will be revealed shortly
were closed, with the aid of bankers,
in court prosecure," the report con continued.
Col. Nutt reported that the liquor
situation in Miami is most brazen.
Bottles of liquor formed the princi principal
pal principal prizes of punchboards. Agents
won liquor through this medium and
carried away the punchboards as
MOPPING UP MIAMI
Miami, March 20. Federal prohibi prohibition
tion prohibition agents under CoL Nutt had made
eleven liquor raids in theity of Mi Miami
ami Miami up to noon today ana at Colonel
Nutt's headquarters it was stated of officers
ficers officers expected to make thirty-one
more raids before night.
The raiding parties, which started
work this morning, consitsed of eight
squads of five men each. Col. Nutt
said these were the first of a series of
raids' to be conducted in every large
city under his personal direction. It
was stated Col. Nutt would go to Key
West from here and .probably go to
PULL THEM DOWN FROM HIGH
Washington, March 20. The immi imminent
nent imminent arrest of a number of individu individuals,
als, individuals, some of them prominent in Flor Florida
ida Florida commercial circles, was indicated
in preliminary reports from Colonel
Nutt, in charge of the campaign at
Miami against liquor smuggling, Com Commissioner
missioner Commissioner Haynes said today.
FAILED TO AGREE
Los Angeles, Calif., March 10. The
jury in the case of Mrs. Madalynne
Obenchain, charged with the murder
of J. Belton Kennedy, reported to
Judge Sidney N. Reeve at 7:49 o'clock
last night that it was unable to reach
an agreement, and was discharged.
SUDDEN DEATH OF
AN A. C. L. ENGINEER
.Not only in Jacksonvile, but thruout
the state, many were greatly shocked
yesterday to learn of th esudden
death of Louis G. Dowell, for many
years an engineer on the Atlantic
Coast Line railroad, who died while
on his run to this city. Announcement
of his death was received at head headquarters
quarters headquarters yesterday forenoon and the
wife and daughter, who were visiting
1 in New Smyrna, were immediately no-
Mr. Dowell was in charge of pas
senger train No. 10, which had left
Leesburg at 6 a. m., and was due in
Jacksonville at 12:25 p. m. He was
taken ill, jut as the train was leaving
Haynesworth. The fireman, who no
ticed Mr. Dowell had fallen forward;
stopped the engine. A physician was
secured. Mr. Dowell had been made
comfortable in the baggage car and
with a relief engineer secured from a
freight train the trip to this city was
started, Mr. Dowell, however, breath
ing his last as the train reached Rai-
f ord, he never having regained con consciousness.
sciousness. consciousness. Apparently in the best of health, his
sudden death came as a great shock
to everyone. He was greatly loved
and highly esteemed by everyone al always
ways always having a smile and a kind word
for all. He was forty-five years of
age and is survived by his wife, a son
and daughter and two sisters, Mrs. E.
C. Ligon, of Jacksonville, and MrsC
C. Cambridge, of Savannah; also by
two brothers, Charles Dowell, of Palm
Beach, and William W. Dowell, of
Wilmington, N. C, general paymaster
of the Atlantic Coast Line. ;
Plutocrats at Miami Prominent
Financing the Defiance Of
Campaign Against Bad Men of New
York to be Carried On In
New York, March 20. A fleet of
seventy-two motor cars, each carry carrying
ing carrying half a dozen policemen, was
launched today by the police depart department
ment department in a further effort to creek the
crime wave. The fleet will be in serv service
ice service day and night. One car will be
attached to each of the seventy-two
TOURNAMENT OPENS AT
(Ralph Yearby in Tampa Tribune)
The course of the Orlando Country
Club, of which the Florida State Golf
Association's amateur championship
will be played beginning Tuesday, is
second to none' in the state following
its extension from nine holes and the
greens committee has made every ef effort
fort effort to have the course in "apple-pie"
order for the qualifying round Tues Tuesday
day Tuesday morning. The first of the gang
will get off at 8 o'clock sharp.
Professional Dave Davidson will be
on the job to start the first pair and
others will start at three minute in intervals.
tervals. intervals. From the entries so far made,
indications are that this will be by far
the largest tournament in number of j
players ever held in Florida. All the
top-notchers, such as Ulmer, Tucker,
Barnett and Foster,, of Jacksonville;
Palmer, Burdine and Junkin of Miami; )
Ball, Owens, Waggerman, Murphy
and Swann, of Tampa; the Camp "Sis "Sisters"
ters" "Sisters" (Clarence and Jack) of Ocala,
and Hart of West Orange, will be on
hand, as well as numerous dark horses
from other clubs in the state who are
attending the event for the first time.
Clarence Camp, Ocala, first presi
dent of the state association, some
times known as "Puny," admits him
self that he has the best chance for
the silverware. While his little broth brother,
er, brother, the other member of the firm of
"Camp Sisters," made such a good
showing at Asheville last summer he
should be in the running.
The following party of enthusiastic
golfers left Ocala yesterday for Or Orlando,
lando, Orlando, where they expect to enjoy the
golf tournament, namely: Mr. and
Mrs. Clarence Camp, Misses Stella
and Nettie Camp, Eleanor LeBlonde,
Mr. Clifton Camp, Mr., Frank Harris,
Mr. Joe Borden and Mr. and Mrs. N.
BREAKING BREAD WITH
THE LEGION COMMANDER
Orlando, March 18. It was a rep
resentative company of Orange coun
ty citizens that filled the main dining
room of the San Juan hotel tonight
to break bread with Hanford Mac Mac-Nider,
Nider, Mac-Nider, national commander of the
American Legion, who declined to be
the guest of honor alone but insisted
that Sergt. Samuel Woodfill, famous
hero of the world war; State Corrf Corrf-mander
mander Corrf-mander and Mrs. Jerome E. Wideman
of West Palm Beach, and Mrs. H. C.
Dozier of Ocala, state president of the
Woman's Auxiliary, should as well re
ceive the tribute of the assembled
guests, all of them, he said, in reality
being but the channels through which
the sentiments and greetings of the
occasion were passed along to the
rank and file of the membership.
TORNADO IN ALABAMA
Columbus, Ga., March 20. a torna
do in Lee county, Alabama, a -few
miles northwest of Columbus, last
night, killed one person and destroyed
much property. Reports from Salem,
Ala., this morning, said two negroes
were killed near there.
Mrs. McGreevy will be at U-Serve
Store No. 1 this week, demonstrating
PET Milk. She will show it whipped,
made in fudge, ice cream, etc. Every Everybody
body Everybody welcome. 20-2t
"It is fine; all use it." So say Allen
Bath Outfit users. Have a private
outfit and take a clean water bath
when and where you please. Very
simple, durable, cheap. Cleanliness
promotes health. R. C. Loveridge. t
Your wants in fresh meats and
groceries will be promptly attended to
if youH call phone 108. Main Street
Market. V r tf
President's Report Showed Much Im Improvement
provement Improvement for Past Year, And
Others Contemplated For
The annual meeting of the Manon
County Hospital Association was held
Tuesuay, March 14th, at the hospital.
xL; xciiowicg members were present:
Joiiu L. iuwarus, J. H. Taylor, D. N.
Fergus vn, E. 1L Martin, E. T. Hel Hel-vension,
vension, Hel-vension, B. Goldman, B. Rheinauer,
C. S. Ciiiien, Howard' Walters, M. W.
laoyd and X. T. Munroe.
ifle president's report showing ope operations
rations operations of the hospital for the past
year was read, showing that there
had been 343 patients treated during
that time, of whom twenty-four were
charily cases. Amount expended on
charity cases, $1368. There are eighty eighty-six
six eighty-six contributing members with a total
contribution during the year of $1988.
ilaiance due on building fund to date,
. 'lhe board reported the purchase of
two additional lots bordering on the
hospital location, one to the west and
one to the north, which insures ample
space for the future enlargement of
the hospital facilities.
The need of the nurses' home was
again set forth by the superintendent
and it was the sense of the members
present that this important matter
should be undertaken without further
The election of officers for the ensu-
ing year then being in order, it was
unanimously, ordered that the secre secretary
tary secretary be authorized to cast the vote of
the members for th re-election of the
old board of managers, as follows: J.
IL Taylor, E. H. Martin, B. Rheinauer,
C. S. Cullen and T. T. Munroe.
The members were urged to co cooperate
operate cooperate with .the superintendent and
the board to encourage the eligible
young women of our county to take
.up. hospital, work as there is at pres present
ent present a shortage of nurses. With the
completion of the nurses' home it was
felt that there would be no difficulty
in obtaining the services of capable,!
young women in this work. s
NOT SO MANY
EARTHQUAKES IN 1921
Washington, March 20. (By Asso Associated
ciated Associated Press). Fewer earthquakes,
with no loss of life and very little
damage to property, marked 1921 as
compared with 1920, Prof. Francis A.
Tondorf, director of the Georgetown
University Seismological Observatory
here, announces in his yearly official
PARTY FOR MISS BAILEY
Miss Emma Bailey, who has been
the honoree of several delightful so
cial affairs during her visit in Ocala,
with her cousins, the Misses Taylor,
was again complimented on Saturday
afternoon, at auction. Miss Ethel
Home wa3 the hostess at this party,
entertaining a dozn of the younger
unmarried set at the home of her
mother, Mrs. Maude Home, on Okla Okla-waha
waha Okla-waha avenue.
Miss Horne welcomed the guests as
they arrived and presented them to
the honoree. Paunch was served in the
dining room, the table being covered
with a handsome cloth and bowls of
gay nasturtiums and lighted yellow
candles made a pretty setting for the
punch bowl. Mrs. T. H. Johnson serv
ed punch during the afternoon and
also assisted in entertaining the
The three tables for auction were
placed in the music room in which
quantities of dogwood and nastur nasturtiums
tiums nasturtiums were used for the decorations.
After a pleasant afternoon at auction'
the hostess presented the guest of
honorwith a string of beads as a
pretty memento of the ofternoon.
Miss Louise Spencer was presented
with a vanity case and Miss Frances
Stanley was given a dainty handker handkerchief.
chief. handkerchief. -.' "'
The hostess and her mother, Mrs.
Horne, and Mrs. Johnson, served a
salad course, and ice an hot coffee.
Candy was placed on each table and
partaken of during the games.
Thqge who so pleasantly spent the
afternoon with Miss Horne were
Misses Pearl Ray, Nettie Camp, Elea Eleanor
nor Eleanor LeBlonde, Emma Bailey, Alice,
and Clifton Sexton," Annie Benton Ful Fuller,
ler, Fuller, Frances Stanley, Louise and Lou Lou-reen
reen Lou-reen Spencer, Eloise Henry and Bettie
Cole. For tea the players were join joined
ed joined by Messrs. Norman Horne, Cecil
Clark, James and Will Taylor and
Homer Agnew. ,.
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Canada wants to borrow a hundred
million dollars. Yes, Genevieve, Can
ada is seeking- the loan in the United
-States. Miami Herald.
Canada is first-class security.
1 Someone ought to take Senator
Borah aside and inform him that he
is coming to be quite a bore. Miami
Coming to be! He arrived several
' There would be fewer men in the
bread lines in our cities if there were
more out in the wheat lines in the
country. St. Augustine Record.
; That is more like an epigram than
a bromide. v i
Says the Plant City Courier: "The
capital removal campaign was given
renewed interest at the meeting at
Ocala Monday.' Other meetings are
to be, held, and it will not be. at all
surprising if the matter results in
sleepless nights for people on the red
clay hills of old Leon."
The Ocala Star in speaking of hav having
ing having a railroad commissioner from
South : Florida remarks : "Mr. Burr
was from South Florida." Yes, he
came either from Polk or 'Marion
county, and he has certainly served
the ;state to advantage. Orlando Reporter-Star,
"Whatever else you ,do, don't blame
him on Marion.
Ocala Star 'proclaims that "a rat
about the size of a rabbit has been
skulking about our sanctum. He eats
our paste, reads our exchanges, and,
we suspect, is practicing on our type typewriter."
writer." typewriter." All of which may or may not
indicate the source whence come some
of the paragraphs appearing in that
generally and otherwise even-tempered
journal of publicity. Times-Union.
Why be so "Rough on Rats"?
Says the Palatka News, in regard
to the misleading editorial in the Tam Tampa
pa Tampa Tribune : In another column we
reproduce an editorial from the Tam Tampa
pa Tampa Tribune on the proposed campaign
for the removal of the capitate The
Tribune either has not read what took
place at Ocala, or what has been sent
them by those making the organized
effort for capital removal; or else it
udgln from appearances, I should
say tlT more prominent a doctor be
comes. th duller his razor gits.
i r "'
is perniciously misrepresenting the
campaign in order to stir up strife
and friction. The Tribune says that
the campaign is for the purpose of de deciding
ciding deciding which city is to get the cap-
ital, by a vote to be taken in the
June primary. Every word that was
uttered at the meeting at Ocala was
opposed to any contest for a site un
til after removal ha3 been accom-;
plished. The mention of a primary
for deciding who should be South
Florida's candidate was carefully
avoided. If the Tribune wishes to
tell its readers what the organization
proposes to do first it can find it in
reports of the meeting held at Ocala
ast Monday to put the reapportion
ment amendment over first. No hope
is held out that the capital removal
matter will be submitted to the people
before 1927, and it will be after the
people have voted for removal that a
site will be selected, the manner of
its selection being left to the legisla
CHARLIE JONES AND DARWIN
The editor of the Observer and the
editor of the Ocala Star have been
together in many hard-fought political
battles and we appreciate the yeoman
service the trenchant pen of the Ocala
editor has accomplished.
The Ocala editor takes issue, how
ever, as relates to tne proposition
which has" for its intent the elimina
tion of the teachings of Darwin as re
lates to the origin of man in our pub
Brother Benjamin insists that Dar Darwin
win Darwin did not urge that man sprang
from monkeys. Correct per se, but
Benjamin admits that he has not
In the "Descent of Man," Darwin
does urge- that our ancient progeni
tors in the kingdom of Vertebrata
consisted of a group of marine ani animals
mals animals resembling the larvae of the
existing Asicidians, and then pro
ceeds to suggest a line of descent
leading to the European brand of the
Darwin admits the great impres
sions made upon him by the fact that
the foetus of a child cannot be distin
guished from thefoetus of an ape.
The works of Darwin would have
little or-no effect on the strong-mind
ed as relates to the Supreme Being,
but all men and women are not strong
minded. Jacksonville Observer.
The further Charlie Jones goes into
this matter, the more he balls him
self up. It is time he took pity on
himself and dropped it. Two or three
weeks ago, in behalf of Mr. Bryan, a
recent importation from Nebraska
who is trying to break his way thru
the laws of our state into the Senate
Charlie said Darwin shouldn't be
taught in the public schools because
Darwin taught that men were de descended
scended descended from monkeys. The Star ven ventured
tured ventured to" correct Charlie, who probab probably
ly probably having received information from
some educated person, says that the
Star is correct "per se," which means
"by itself considered," "but Benja Benjamin
min Benjamin admits he hasn't read Darwin."
If the Star's statement is correct,
"by itself considered," why should
anything else be considered, and what
difference does it make whether Ben Benjamin
jamin Benjamin has read Darwin or not?
Now, Benjamin hasn't admitted he
hasn't read Darwin, for he has read
some of Darwin's works, and this is
another proof of the careless way
Charlie Jones carries on some of his
arguments. In what we have written
on this subject we have not admitted
we hadn't read Darwin, nor claimed
we had, for what we have read of
that scientist's words was so long ago
that we do not care to trust to our
memory to quote from it. And since
Mr. Jones says that we are "per se"
correct, there is no further need to
argue that point.
But the theory of evolution as ap applied
plied applied to the studies in the. higher
schools of America and Europe doesn't
rest entirely on the teachings of Dar Darwin.
win. Darwin. It began many years before
Darwin was born, and all he did was
to throw further light, on it. Bryan
and Charlie Jones are going to root
it out of education about like their
co-laborer, Wilbur Voliva of Zion City
is going to prove that the world is
Charlie probably thinks he has the
matter cinched when he speaks of
Darwin being impressed by the fact
that the foetus of an ape so strongly
resembles that of a human child. We
don't remember this assertion of Dar Darwin's,
win's, Darwin's, but as it happens to be a fact
it was not a sin for him to mention
it. We daresay thousands of other
people noted it before Darwin was
born, and some of them were Chris
tian missionaries. We heard one of
the employes of rorepaugh s circus
refer to it. It is also a well-known
fact that not only do the skulls of
some of the lower human races re
semble those of aces, but occasionallv
the face of a civilized human being!12 to 3 up-to-date dining room in
has ape-like features. Whether God rear- Fresh vegetables daily.
' created man and ape, or whether they 18tf JOHN M&TKE, Prop.
(evoluted from a primordial germ, this 1 -.
is tnip Bnv the best bread and rolls. Thev
Most of the educators we have
known, including a number of college
'presidents, have been orthodox Chris-1
tians, and while evolution applies to
a great deal that they teach it does
not seem to disturb their Christianity
to any great extent. We have had
some of these educators, whom we
know to be of the highest type of ad advanced
vanced advanced Christlanitv. tell us that Mr.
r :j v TV. V
day, an educator, who has won his
wav to a high place by sheer meritl
nd who is a consistent and useful
member of the Baptist church, told us
of hearing Mr. 'Bryan's speech in
Gainesville, in which the "peerless:
assailed Darwin. He said that he had
no doubt that Mr. Bryan's speech
would cause more unorthodoxy among
young people than a speech from In In-gersoll,
gersoll, In-gersoll, because it would set the boys
nd girls to digging up statements
that their inexperienced minds could
not assimilate. J
Perhaps, as Mr. Jones says, "all
men and women are not strong-mind
ed" enough to read Darwin, but that
type of people wasn't thinking about
Darwin until Mr. Bryan came along
and began trying to ride into the
United States Senate on the back of
What has an United States senator
to do with selecting the textbooks
and teachers of our schools, anyhow?
Do we want for senator a man who
will attend to business for his state
and nation, or one who will try to
start a theological row?
"Mr. Frank Harris Jr., who spent
several days in Jacksonville the past
week enjoying the GOLD tournament,
has returned home." Ocala Star.
Phil Armstrong clips the foregoing
from the Star and airs it in his "Some "Something
thing "Something Doing in Florida" column of the
Sunday Times-Union. Phil is insat
iate. One Sunday he jumps on our
make-up and, the next on our proof
reader. Some evening we are going
to proof-read a copy of the Times
Union and send the marked paper to
Phil. But so far as that tournament
is concerned, Frankie says it was as
good as gold
The St. Petersburg Times, answer answering
ing answering the question, "Can't something be
done to keep our girls from being in-
Jted on the streets after nightfall?"
'There can. Put them to bed at
eight o'clock and see that they stay
there until morning." Tampa Tri Tribune.
bune. Tribune. That would be unjust to the girls, if
it was possible to do,' which it isn't.
There should be enough real men in
St. Petersburg to protect its girls
OCALA TWENTY YEARS AGO
(Evening Star March 20, 1902)
One of the biggest phosphate sales
of recent years has been closed,
where J. Buttgenbach & Co. bought
Edward Holder's fine plant, buildings,
residence and deposits of phosjphates
and forty acres of land one and one-
half miles from Dunnellon, the con
sideration being in the neighborhood
of $100,000; The plant is one of the
best constructed in this part of the
state and the phosphate deposits are
very extensive and rich.
Mrs. J. B. Hiers of Fernandina is
visiting her mother, Mrs. S. E. Wa
Captain Lytle of Stanton was in
the city yesterday and said his grove
was in excellent condition and his or
an ges bringing a good price.' The
king oranges are bringing $10 a box.
Miss Annie Sharpe, the progressive
and successful kindergarten teacher,
will leave for DeLand tomorrow to
visit Mrs. Herbert Anderson.
Ocala Ten Years Ago
(Evening Star March 20, 1912)
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Hardaker, so
well known and liked in Ocala, have
moved their home from Kathleen to
Miss Minnie Stovall will give a linen
shower at the club house Wednesday
afternoon for Miss Alta Pearson.
Mr. G. A. Carmichael, accompanied
by Mrs. Carmichael, Miss Edna Cul-
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day today for Hot Springs, Ark., where they
will remain for some time.
Maurice Strauss of" Cincinnati, who
has been visiting Harry ePter in Dun
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Dr. and Mrs. W. H. Dodge are en
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The Rialto Cafe has been moved
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CopqriqHr bq Kathleen Norri s
Richard Carter had called the place
"Crownlands," not to please himself,
or even his wife. But It was to his
mother's newly born family pride that
the idea of being the Carters of
Crownlands made Its appeal. The es estate,
tate, estate, when he bought It, had belonged
to a Carter, and the tradition was that
two hundred years before it had been
a grant of the first George to the first
of the name In America. Madame
Carter, as the old lady liked to be
called, immediately adopted the un unknown
known unknown owner Into a vague cousinshlp,
spoke of him as "a kinsman of ours,"
and proceeded to tell old friends that
Crownlands had always been "in the
It was a home of creamy brick, co colonial
lonial colonial in .design, and set in splendid
lawns and great trees on the bank of
the blue Hudson. White driveways
circled it, great stables and garages
across a curve of green meadows had
their own invisible domain, and on the
shining highway there was a full mile
of high brick fence, a marching line of
great maples and sycamores, and a
demure lodge beside the mighty iron
On one of the wide benches that
were placed here and there on the de descending
scending descending terraces, in the late hours of
an exquisite summer, afternoon, Isa Isabella
bella Isabella Carter had seated herself, and
Anthony Pope, her cavalier, had
thrown himself on the. steps at her
She was a woman worthy of the ex exquisite
quisite exquisite setting, and might well have
turned an older head than that of the
boy beside her. Brunette, with smooth
cheeks deeply touched with rose, black
eyes, and a warmly crimson mouth
that could be at once provocative and
relentless, she glowed like a flower
herself in the sweet and enervating
heat of the summer's first warm day.
She was the tiniest of women, and the
little foot, that, in its transparent silk
stocking and buckled slipper, was
close to Anthony's hand, was like a
The man was twice her size, and as
dark as she, earnest, eager, and today
with a troubled expression clouding
his face. It was to banish that look,
if she might, that Isabelle had delib deliberately
erately deliberately stopped him here.
She had been behaving badly toward
him, and in her rather Irresponsible
and shallow way she was sorry for It.
Isabelle was a famous flirt, her hus-
Isabelle Was a Famous Flirt, Her
Husband Knew It, Everyone Knew
band knew it, everyone knew It.
There- was always some man paying
desperate court to her, and always
half-a-dozen other men who were
eager to be In his place. Isabelle
lived for this, went from one adven adventure
ture adventure to another with the naive confi confidence
dence confidence of a woman whose husband
smiles upon her playing, and whose
position is impregnable.
But this boy, this Anthony, was dif different.
ferent. different. In the first place he was
young but twenty-six. In the second
place he was, or had been, her own
son's closest friend. Ward Carter was
twenty-two, and his mother nineteen
Anthony was young, and he was ab absurd,
surd, absurd, but he did not know It, and Isa Isabelle
belle Isabelle began to feel the difficulty of
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keeping the whole world from discov discovering
ering discovering it before he did. He made no se secret
cret secret of his passion. He came straight
to her in any company; he never
looked at anybody else. To her own
daughter Nina, seventeen years old,
his attitude was almost paternal; he
Ignored Ward as If their friendship
had never been.
Isabelle saw that she had made a
mistake. She should have klll4Jhls
affair at the very beginning. Tony
was not like the older men, willing to
play the game with just a little scorch scorching
ing scorching of fingers. Appearances meant
nothing to Tony, and she had let the
play go too far now to convince him
that she did not return something of
She looked down at him now, con content
tent content to be alone with her and at her
feet, and a hundred mixed emotions
stirred her. His feeling for her was
not only pitiable and absurd in him,
but It was rapidly reaching the point
when it would make her absurd and
pitiable, too. Nina, Instinctively
scjntlng the affair, had already ex expressed
pressed expressed herself as "hating that Idiot ;"
Ward had scowled, of late, at the mere
mention of Tony's name. Even her
husband, the patient Richard, seeing
the youth ensconce himself firmly be beside
side beside her in the limousine, had had
aside his mild comment : "Is this young
man a fixture in our family, dear?"
"You should be playing tennis,
Tony," said Isabelle.
"Tennis V A look of distaste crossed
"Please Cherie!" he begged.
There was a silence brimming with
sweetness and color. Tony laid his
hand against her knee, groped until
her own warm, smooth fingers were In
"Does Mr. Carter play golf tomor tomorrow?"
row?" tomorrow?" he asked, presently.
"I suppose so!"
"And you what do you do?"
"Oh, I have a full day! People to
lunch, friends of Madame Carter
The boy laughed triumphantly.
"I knew you'd say that!" he said.
"Now, IH tell you about tomorrow.
You and I are going to slip away, at
about one o'clock, and go off In the
gray car. We'll go up to well, some somewhere,
where, somewhere, and we'll have our lunch under
the trees. We'll be back at about four,
for the tea callers, and they may have
you until I come- back for dinner.
After dinner well walk on the terrace
as we did two wonderful, wonderful
nights ago, and perhaps His voice
had fallen to a rich and tender note,
his eyes were rapt. "Perhaps," he
said, "Just before we go in, at the
end of the terrace, you'll look up at
the stars again
Tony!" Isabelle interrupted, her
face brilliant with color. "My dear
boy my dear boy, think where this
is going to end. In all reason in all
"Isabelle, what in God's name has
reason to do with it!" He knelt be before
fore before her, and caught her hands, and
Isabelle had a terrified fear that
Ward, or Nina, or an? one else, might
start up or down the terrace steps and
see him. "The Instant you realize
what you and I are to each other, my
darling," he said, "you begin to talk
of reason. Love isn't reason, Cherie.
It's the dlvlnest unreason In the
world! Cherie, there's never been
another woman for me; there never
will be! I can't live without you; I
don't want to! You're frightened now,
you don't know how we can manage
It. But ni find the way. The only
thing that matters is that you must
belong to me you shall. belong to me
as I to you in every fiber of my be being"
ing" being" "Tony for Heaven's sake !" Isa Isabelle
belle Isabelle was in an agony. Somebody was
approaching. He had gotten to his
feet, and was gloomily staring at the
river, when Nina Carter, followed by
a great white Russian hound, came
flying down the steps.
"Mother" Nina, a tall, overgrown
girl, with spectacles on her straight
nose, and straight, light-brown hair in
thick braids, stopped short and gave
her mother's companion a look of
withering distaste. "Mother," she be began
gan began again, "aren't you coming up for
"Ask Betty Allen to pour," said
Mrs. Carter, regaining her composure
rapidly, and assuming the air of host hostess
ess hostess at once.
"Betty went home for a tub," Nina
explained. "She's coming back. But.
Mother," she added, with a faintly re reproachful
proachful reproachful and whining Intonation,
"really, you ought to be there
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Mrs. Annie Martin of Eastlake,
spent the day in Ocala shopping.
Fresh meats and poultry.
Street Market. Phone 108.
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Mr. W. V. Newsom of Jacksonville,
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SOME GOOD SHOOTING
Several members of the Ocala Gun
Club assembled for an extra and
formal shoot at their up-to-date T to learn of the death of their little son Candler, Saturday, at 10:45 a. m. Mr.
rane Saturday afternoon. The wind
wan rather high, nevertheless, they
did splendid shooting. Sometimes the
pigeons would fly to pieces in regular
succession for several rounds.
Following is the score:
Bruce MeiTert 98
W. P. Preer 98
C. C. Bennett .86
Harrv Eaxter 81
Mfcffert missed his sixty-seventh
target and Preer missed his eighty eighty-fifth.
fifth. eighty-fifth. Mr. Baxter's gun missed fire
several times, or he would have made
a better score. He fired several
rounds without missing before his
I pun began to fail.
Little Abraham Naif Moses, son
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I name formally, bestowed on him at
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nnan Sunday afternoon. The
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(well attended. Mr. Abd Shasby and
j Mrs. A. David were godfather and
godmother to the little boy, who be behaved
haved behaved admirably, acting as tho' he
j liked the incident. In the evening,
jthe Moses home on Oklawaha avenue
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D WIGHT D. CLARK
Dwight D. Clark, aged sixty-four,
died at the home of his brotBer at
William, who passed away last night
at 9:30 o'clock, after several weeks'
illness. The funeral services will
take place tomorrow afternoon from
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will be made in Electra cemetery.
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W. K. Lane, M. D., physician and
surgeon, specialist eye, ear, nose and
throat. Office over 5 3nd 10 cent store,
Ocala, Fla. tf
departed well-pleased, and all hoping
for little Abraham Naif many happy
returns of the day.
Mrs. Leverett Futch, who returned ;
from the hospital last week, is stead steadily
ily steadily improving and her friends hope
that she will soon be well again.
There is other, good bre&d, but
FEDERAL BREAD is the best. You
want the best, so buy Federal. 17-tf
Ed. V. Price & Co's. special representative-will
have his second spring
opening Monday and Tuesday, March
20th and 21st. Call and see his line.
H. A. Waterman, The Haberdasher. 2t
Mrs. H. E. Schoeflin of Tampaand
Mrs. R. D. Hill of St. Augustine, hav having
ing having spent Sunday and Monday in
Ocala with their sister, Mrs. P. V.
Leavengood, kft today for Tampa.
- Mrs. N. S. McGreevy of Nashville,
Tenn., is giving, at U-Serve Store No.
1, a demonstration of "Pet Evaporat Evaporated
ed Evaporated Milk," as expressed in ice cream
and whipped cream. She is also treat treating
ing treating her visitors to fudge of the best.
Mrs. McGreevy is a charming young
lady, and the merit of her samples
is enhanced by the pleasant manner
in which she serves them. She will
be at U-Serve No. 1 for the next two
days and at U-Serve.No. 2 for the re remainder
mainder remainder of the week.
FOR SALE Finest strain, govern government
ment government inspetced Porto Rican potSfo
plants, $1.75 per 1000; over 5000,
$1.50 per 1000. Livingston Globe
tomato plants, $1.25 per 1000, f. o.
b. Ocala. C. H. Cooner, 76 Wyo Wyo-mina
mina Wyo-mina St., Ocala. Phone 389. 20-tf
Clerk came to Florida in November
and had made his home for the winter
with hi brother. Mrs. Clark and
Mr. Clark' brother were with him at
the time of his death. The funeral
services will be held from the resi residence
dence residence in Candler, Wednesday morn morning
ing morning at 11 o'clock. The services will
be conducted by Rev. Mr. Searles of
Beileview. The remains will go for forward
ward forward on the 1:10 p. m. A. C. L. train
to Westerly, R. I., where they will be
placed in a receiving vault for later
interment. George MacKay & Com Company
pany Company have charge of the arrangements.
GOT TOO GAY
Ray Puncture Proof Interliners at
$5.00 each as long as they last. Selling
price $15.00 and up. MACK TAYLOR,
phone 348. 17-4t
suits just arrived.
& Marx summer
H. A. Waterman,
Mr. R. L. Van Osten and Dr. C. W.
Moremen, delegates, and Mr. Eddie
Lopez, who -rttended the American
Legion convention at West Palm
Beach, arrive'd home yesterday.
Mr. W. D. Tompkins has just com
pleted a deal by which he became
owner of the Ed Gibbons place about
half a mile on this side of Silver
Springs. The place contains about
fifty acres and is in an excellent loca location
tion location on the hard road to the springs.
The place has a new house, barns,
etc. Mr. Tompkins will probably im improve
prove improve the property as he bought as
Miss Carol Perrenot, who spent Fri Friday
day Friday and Saturday in Ocala,' the guest
of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Camp, left
yesterday for Jacksonville. Miss Per Perrenot
renot Perrenot has made several visits in Ocala
and is an accomplished musician.
She is now touring with Anna Fitzu,
the Metropolitan Opera soprano, who
sings in Jacksonville tonight. Miss
Perrenot left yesterday to fill her en
gagement as piano accompanist tonight.
FOR EXCHANGE Allen electric
washing machine, first class condi condition;
tion; condition; cost $125 one year ago. Will
exchange for first class young,
fresh milk cow. L. C. Bell, Her Hernando,
nando, Hernando, Fla. 18-3t
FOR SALE 500 bushels of corn in
the ear; 1000 bushels Porto Rico
yams; unlimited 'quantity potato
slips. See J. H. J. Counts, P. O.
BOX 257. 3-18-12t
LOST Fancy black comb, set with
small pearls. Kindly return to
Little's Shoe Parlor. 18-3t
FOR SALE One 15-months-old male
Duroc; will sell cheap for cash. He
is well grown for his age. Apply
to L. W. Holsteih, union station 3t
WANTED Second hand dining room
set. Must be in good condition.
Box 309, Ocala.
bunch of negroes got too frisky
near Reddick Saturday night. One,
by the name of Arlin Racket, had a
gun, and when Deputy Sheriff C. A.
Thomas tried to arrest him, a crowd
of darkeys closed in on the deputy
and one of them stabbed him in the
back. A phone message was sent to
Sheriff Thomas, and he at once went
to Reddick, accompanied by Deputies
Perkins and Wiggins, and Policeman
Bronson. They soon dounded up Racket
and four other negroes, Shine Gallo
way, Bill Hart, Brown and Rutledge,
all of whom are now in jail. Deputy
Thomas' wound is painful, but appar apparently
ently apparently is not serious.
STOLEN BONDS RECOVERED
Washington, March 20. The recov recovery
ery recovery of all the liberty bonds amount'
ing to $175,000, stolen from the
branch office of the treasury depart
ment Saturday, wa sannounced today
by the Secret Service. Two arrests of
employes were made.
FOR SALE CHEAP
Nice residence on paved -street, five
blocks from courthouse; seven rooms,
bath, sleeping porch, corner lot, 112 x
221 f ; two-room servant's house;
garage, fruit trees, chicken yard and
Housf3 and garden; gas, electricity
ud all modern conveniences. Cash
j or cn time. PRICE A BARGAIN. An-
i mr Tt
Smoke Don Rey. That good cigar. j VJ Box 575, Ocala, Fla. 1-21-lra
Negotiable Storage Recipt Ijwned on Cotton, Automobile. Etc
MOVS, PACK, SHIP
i crmture. etc
LONG DISTANCE U0V1NG
PREPARING A MATCH
FOR FIGHTING PARSONS
Visit the Teapot Self Serve Grocery.
I a beauty you will like it.
' "Chiropractic" removes the cause
. of all physical ailments and restores
one to perfect health. Others are be being
ing being cured, why not you. Dr. Kiplinger,
Ocala House. 17-6t
Mrs. Carson Lee of .Washington, D.
C, who has been the guest of her
daughter Mrs. Paul Simmons for some
time, left this afternoon for her
home. Mrs. Lee has visited her
daughter before and it is always a
pleasure for her many friends here to
have her' in Ocala, and they hope that
she will soon be with them again.
The sectional meeting of section
four of the State Federation of Wom Woman's
an's Woman's Clubs which convened in Ocala
Saturday proved to be very interest interesting
ing interesting and some excellent talks were
made by a number of the ladies. At
noon the Ocala Woman's Club served
the visitors with luncheon. A full
account of the business meeting in the
afternoon wil lappear in tomorrow's
Ray Puncture Proof Interliners at
$5.00 each as long as they last. Selling
price $15.00 and up. MACK TAYLOR,
phone 348. 17-4t
Smoke Don Key. That good cigar.
Mr. Edwin Swain of Brooklyn, N.
Y., will appear in concert tonight at
the Woman's Club. Mr. Swain has
sung in Ocala twice before and it is
with real pleasure that his many many-friends
friends many-friends here will hear him tonight. Mr.
Swain is claimed as a Marion county
man and our people are proud of one
who is so well known and has made
such an excellent place for himself in
the musical world. Mr. Swain has a
voice Of unusual sweetness and quality
and those who hear him tonight have
a treat in store.
Call and see our tailoring display
Monday and Tuesday, March 20th and
21st. H. A. Waterman, The Haber Haberdasher.
dasher. Haberdasher. 2t
Hand tailored gabardine coat and
pants, $22.50 and $25. H. A. Water Waterman,
man, Waterman, The Haberdasher. 2t
We copy and design any styles of
dresses. Call and see us. Miss Lizzie
S. Smith and Mrs. Wallace, at the
Fashionable Dressmaking Shop, No.
ny b. Magnolia bt. would appre
ciate your patronage. 14-6t
Mrs. McGreevy will be at U-Serve
Store No. 1 this week, demonstrating
PET Milk. She will show it whipped,
made in fudge, ice cream, etc. Every Everybody
body Everybody welcome. 20-2t
Rev. and Mrs. J. J. Neighbour and
little daughter Marianna, who have
been to West Palm Beach to attend
the American Legion convention, re returned
turned returned home Saturday. Rev. Neigh Neighbour
bour Neighbour went as a delegate from the
Ipeal post and Mrs. Neighbour as a
delegate from the Woman's Auxiliary.
FOR RENT Furnished or unfurnish
ed seven .room house, 222 Wash Washington
ington Washington street. Mrs. R. L. Lang. 3t
f Associated Press)
Tacoma, Wash., March ?0. Ameri American
can American Legion officials of Washington
state are attempting to arrange a
boxing match between the Rev. John
W. Beard, pastor of the First Presby Presbyterian
terian Presbyterian church here, who was the
"fighting chaplain" of the Ninety-first
Division, and the Rev. Earl A. Black Black-man,
man, Black-man, pastor of Chanute, Kansas, and
national chaplain of the legion.
Both men are known to have con considerable
siderable considerable ability with the gloves and
both are in the middleweight class. If
arranged, the bout will take place
during the 1922 state convention of
the legion to be held in the fall, at
4 SERVICE TRY
FOR RENT Three unfurnished
rooms, downstairs, for light house housekeeping.
keeping. housekeeping. Private entrance and ad adjoining
joining adjoining bath. Apply at 215 West
Fifth street. 17-3t
FOR SALE Porto Rico potato plants.
The good kind; $2 per 1000. Ed Edwards
wards Edwards Bros., Ocala, Fla. 16-6t
WANTED An unimproved tract of
land. I have friends from the north
who want to. settle in Florida. State
location, price and terms. H. D.
Van Norden, Box 325, Ocala, Flor Florida.
ida. Florida. 3-15-6t
FOR SALE An
old' square piano,
Inquire at the pri-14-6t
WANTED 150 colored laborers in
the city of Daytona, Fla., for con concrete
crete concrete and asphalt paving, also sewer
work. Wages 17 cents per hour,
working ten hours per day. Pay in
cash every Saturday. Free bunk
house and commissary attached.
Don't write. Come ready to work
Job good for 6 months. ATLANTIC
BITULITHIC CO. 15-6t
FOR SALE Holstein bull calves by
registered bulls from dams milking
up to 60 pounds. The calves are
weaned and drinking skim milk and
if properly cared for will make ton
bulls and get calves from your
grade cows which will produce ten
pounds more milk per day than their
dams. If you want to raise dairy
cows now is the time to get started.
Anthony Farms, Anthony. 4-10teod
FOR RENT Bed room, dining room
and kitchenette, comfortably fur
nished, on the second floor. Apply
to Mrs. J. W. Crosby, East Oklawa Oklawaha
ha Oklawaha avenue. 14-6t
Mr. Benjamin Weathers, after a
visit to his parents, Mr. and Mrs. B.
A.- Weathers left Sunday afternoon
for his home in Jacksonville.
Mr. R. T. Adams and Mr. Weller
Carmichael have returned from a
trip down the west coast to Tampa,
thence over to the east coast and
from there home.
FOR SALE Established grocery and
fresh meat business in Ocala. Ad Address
dress Address me at Lynne, Fla., or see me
at the A.-R. Grocery on Saturday
evening. C. H. Rogers. 14-6t
FOR RENT Unfurnished six .room
flat on Fort King avenue; hall and
bath; all modern conveniences. Ap Apply
ply Apply to Mrs. J. B. Hayes, 602 Fort
King Ave. Phone 465. 11-tf
CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER
Estimates furnished. R. E. Smed Smed-ley,
ley, Smed-ley, No. 710 Tuscawilla street.
Phone 271. 10-12t
Marocala Ice Cream
ITS MORE THAN GOOD
It is positively delicious. Everyone
who eats our ice cream says that. And
why not? It is made from the purest
materials in a sanitary factory in all
flavors. Order some today in bulk or
bricks and see for yourself. Certainly,
we deliver it. Buy it in small quan quantities
tities quantities at Troxler's. :
MARION COUNTY CREAMERY
CAPITAL REMOVAL ISSUE 1
Great interest is centered just now on the removal of the Capital: also,
kindly interest is shown by the frequent inquiries being made as to when OUR
Capital REMOVAL will take place. And now we take pleasure in announc announcing"
ing" announcing" ABOUT APRIL 1st at which time we hope to throw open wide the doors
of our newly remodeled store, and beg n business in earnest with that snap, pep
and speed characteristic of E. C. JORDAN & GO'S, old record, and if sincere
good wishes and favorable predictions are to be realized, our labors "to serv e
well and just will not be in vain.
We have spared no effort or expense to secure the best of Merchandise for
our patrons, and quality of merit will ever be the prime purpose of our dealings
with the trade. If using our strong purchasing power and long buying expe experience
rience experience to enable us to sell you the same value for less, then everybody gains.
We thank you.
J. R. JORDAN. -Manager
for E. C. Jordan & Co.
Another Strong Attraction
One Thousand Dollars to be Given Away FREE. Ask lor Your
Dollar You Are Entitled to It
A Clinching Argument
In the meantime, at our present location, FOR THE NEXT TWO WEEKS,
before moving, we offer at very attractive downward prices the followirg list:
Featuring especially Men's, Boys', Ladies' and Girls' Bath Suits, in all the most
-brilliant color combinations, all Wool and Silk, from
$4.00, $5.00 and $6.00 to $12.00
Boys' Bull Dog Pants, a new pair if they rip at prices from
$1.50 to $3.75
Boys' Slip-Over Brand Shirts and Jackets, in white
Blue Bell Chambray
and colored Madras and
The better you care for
vour eves the hotter
your eyes will care for
DR. K. J. WEIHE,
Optometrist and Optician
FOR RENT On Orange avenue,
two miles south of Ocala, 40-acre
farm. J. T. Nelson, 211 N. Main
St., Ocala, Fla. 14-tf
FOR SALE Poland China and Duroc i
hogs from registered stock, open j
and bred. Gilts and sows at ten
cents per pound. As good breeding ;
r5 pjit) hp found. Snmp Iimtv with
pig. All inoculated. Address An- rrt
thor.y Farms, Anthony, Fla. 410teod
at only $1.00 each 8
Men's and Young Men's Bermuda Cloth, Palm Beach. Tropical Worsted and
Gabardine suits H
from $12.50 to $22.50
One lot of light weight Styleplus Fall Suits, good fof all seasons, worth $35.00 "f
i a j i ; -r
ngni now, uownwaru price
E. C. JORDAN COMPANY