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Title:
The Ocala evening star
Uniform Title:
Ocala Evening Star
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Evening star
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v. : ; 61 cm.
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English
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Porter & Harding
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Ocala, Fla.
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United States -- Florida -- Marion -- Ocala
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29.187778 x -82.130556 ( Place of Publication )

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Began in 1895; ceased in 1943.
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Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 5 (June 24, 1895).
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and Saturday, probably local rains.

UflHEST Mil
AGRICULTURISTS
Decreased Farm Production Next
Year May Revolt in National
, lii&aster
(Associated Pre)
Washington, Jan. 20. Decreased
farm production next year and conse consequent
quent consequent increase in the cost of lhring
due to dissatisfaction of the farmers,

was predict.. efore the Senate post-; Zionist policy of Great Britain, and
office committee today by Fourth As-1 Foreign Minister Balfour'3 statement
listant Postmaster General Blakslee.!that "Palestine must be for the Jews."
More than forty thousand answers to! The memorandum denounces the re re-20,000
20,000 re-20,000 questionnaires sent to farmers, port that bolshevik Jews .have been
he said, indicate a condition "dis-j given permission to settle in Pales Pales-quieting
quieting Pales-quieting and portentious of disastrous tine and declares the Arab 3 will never

consequences.
ALFANI IS INDIGNANT
Says Marconi Should Sue. the Gink
Who Said He Had a Message
from Mars
(Aanoclated Presx)
Florence Italy, Jan. 30
-Father
Allan!, director of the Ximenian ob-
jrfva.irv here. haiA tviav that to
spread rumors relative to interchange
of wireless messages between planets;
was ."absolutely scandalous. He add
ed that William Marconi, the inventor
of the wireless system, should "sue
foi libel" the man who interviewed
him recently and quoted him as
ing faint signals had ben picked np by
wireless stations that might come
from sources outside the earth.
MISSOURI HAS MANY
GALLANT MEN
Jefferson City, Jan. 30. The state
committee has decided that women
will fa nrm it fpfl tn aeleet their own
delegates and have equal representa-j
tion with men in the Missouri state'
democratic convention at Joplin, on j
March 31st.
FRENCH MEMORIAL
TO FALLEN HEROES
.The French high commission in
Washington, with the help of the
American Legion and army recruiting
c&cers, is planning to present, on
, "Washington's Mtifrteyfi amemorial
diploma to th nearest of kinVn?very
American who died during the world
war.
The certificate, drawn by Franklin
Booth, an American artist, contains
central group and below, a space
for the soldier's name with a tribute
from the French people couched in
the following language: "To the mem memory
ory memory of 0 of the United
States of America, who died for
liberty during the great war. the
homage of France.? The principal
figure of the central group, grasping
a drawn sword, symbolizes the soul
and spirit of the American army,
ready at any moment to defend the
weak and oppressed, who are repre represented
sented represented by a mother holding her baby
to her breast, and to insure freedom
, and justice to the coming generations,
represented by the figure of a boy
kneeling in prayer. The figure of a
man, bound and shackled, symbolizes
the conquered spirit of evil. On either
side of the Spirit of America stands
a figure on the right, Glory, re
joicing with the war veteran, on the
left, who symbolizes the armies, al
ways ready to fight for the good of
humanity, A winged figure, flying
over the group and trumpeting to the
world the great triumph in which
America participated, represents Uni
versal France. The American eagle,
poised to swoop in case enemies again
endeavor to disturb the peace of the
, world.
VIRGINIA CONSTABULARY
. (Associated Press)
Charleston, W. Va Jan. 29. Com Composed
posed Composed entirely of former service men,
the West Virginia constabulary, after
six months of preparation and train train-'
' train-' ing, has taken the field to enforce the
law. Although recruited to only one one-half
half one-half of its maximum strength, the
men on duty are fully equipped, and
according to their officers are ready
for any emergency. Under the com
mand of Col. Jackson Arnold, the men
have been organized into provisional
companied and assigned to 15 sub sub-patrol
patrol sub-patrol stations. These cover all trunk trunk-line
line trunk-line railroads in the state, for the
purpose of facilitating mobilization
it become necessary to move the en
tin? force to some point in a hurry. At
each sub-station from three to five
men will be on duty. All will be
mounted on horses except the patrols
at Wellsburg and Martinsburg, who
will be equipped with motorcycles.
The service has already attracted na natives
tives natives of 23 of the 55 counties in West
Virginia. They are picked men,
whose intelligence, courage and en endurance
durance endurance have been proved to the sat-
isfaction of Colonel Arnold.

To delinquent subscribers. Unless subscriptions are paid

ARABS ILL SHUT

SRAEL OUT
Pope Receives Mesaage Saying Jew
Will be Barred from
Palestine
CAatociat! Pre)
Rome, Jan. SO. The pope has re received
ceived received a memorandum from the Arab Arabian
ian Arabian tribes in Palestine protesting
against what is called the "Pro-
allcw the Zionists to take possession
of the country.
RAPID PROGRESS
AT GRAND RAPIDS
Jury in Newberry Case Will Perhaps
be Selected Some Time
Tomorrow
(Associated Press)
Grand, Rapids, Jan. 30. Rapid pro-
gress in the selection oi the-jury in
the trial of Senator Newberry and 122
others charged with violation of the
election laws led to predictions this
morning that the jury bov would be
'filled and the way cleared for intro-

say-Jduction of evidence before adjourn

ment.
MARRIAGE OF WIDOW
OF TINPLATE MAGNATE
(Associated Press)
Paris, Jan. 30. Mrs. William B.
Leeds, widow of the tinplate magnate,
will be married by a civil ceremony to
Prince Christopher, a younger brother
of former King Constantine of Greece
at Geneva Saturday, according to the
Paris edition of he New York Herald.
COAL PRODUCTION
(Associated Press)
Philadelphia, Jan. 28. Production
of anthracite coal in Pennsylvania in
1919 was the lowest in seven years.
There were mined 86,200.000.000 tons,
compared with 98.820,000 tons in 1918.
Bituminous coal production reached
.JmLi! sinr 191 5. with ATA..
003,000 tons, nearly 21,000,000 tons
less than last year. The soft coal
mines in the first week of January
reached normal for the firts time since
the miners returned to work after the
strike agreement. Production was 107
per cent of normal. This is a larger
rate of production for any similar
period of the history of the geological
survey, which gave out the figures.
REINSTATEMENT OF
- WAR RISK INSURANCE
Within Eighteen Months Still Holds
Good
To relieve any confusion that may
exist in the minds of former service
men on account of the special provis provision
ion provision of lapsed war term insurance
which authorized reinstatement up to
Dec. 31, 1919, regardless of date of
discharge, announcement is made by
Director R. G. Cholmeley-Jones of the
bureau of war risk insurance that the
provisions for reinstatement of lapsed
or canceled insurance, within 18
months from date of discharge, upon
payment of only two months' prem premiums
iums premiums on the amount of insurance to be
reinstated, provided the insured is in
as good health as at the date of dis
charge or expiration of the grace
period whichever is the later date,
and so -states in his application, still
hold good.
The provision that discharged ser
vice men are permitted to reinstate at
any time within three calendar months
following the month of discharge byi
merely paying the two months' prem premiums,
iums, premiums, without making a formal appli application
cation application or a statement as to health is
also still in force.
The provisions for reinstatement do
not protect a man until he actually re reinstates.
instates. reinstates. If he waits he may not be
is as good health as he was at the
time of discharge and consequently
may not be able to secure reinstate reinstatement.
ment. reinstatement. Don't put off reinstatement. Do it
now!
CONCERT AT THE TEMPLE
SUNDAY FEBRUARY 8TH
For the benefit of the Marion Coun
ty Hospital there will be given a mus
ical concert by some of Ocala's most
talented musicians Sunday afternoon,
Feb. 8th, at the Temple theater. The
program will be announced later.
NOTICE
The members of the Woman's Club
who have not contributed toward the
memorial avenue, will kindly send in
their contributions to Mrs. O. T.
Green, Treas. M. A. F.

OCALA, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, JANUARY 30,

IKOLCHAK LEFT
HIS CAPTORS
In the Larch and Is Now Safe Among ;
His Friends in Man Manchuria
churia Manchuria Honolulu, Jan. 30. (By the Asso-j
elated Press.) Admiral Kokhak is j

reported to have escaped from the 1 Odessa by Ukrainian forces is an an-bciheviki
bciheviki an-bciheviki and hiding in Manchuria, nounced by the Ukrianian Press Ser Ser-according
according Ser-according to a Tokio dispatch to a? vice.

Japanese newspaper here. The social f
revolution whic h occurred in Irkutsk j
and which ousted Kolchak. transferedf
governmental power to the bolaheviki,
thc cable added.
CENTRAL 31 EX ICO HAS
BEEN JARRED LOOSE
Perhaps the unending Revolutions
Have Unsettled the Geologi-
cal Strata ;
(Associated Presa)
Mexico City. Jan. 30. Earthquake
bnocKS were ieit in vera crui ana int
the vicinity of Chalchocomula, in;
Puebla gtate, last night, according to
reports rtrceiveu uere.
- HERE'S THE PLAN
Kjn -npi 11 lie At, x wu.a y.
consisting of Secretary of War Baker, r
General Peyton C. Marcji and General
John J. Pershing, will announce to the

awaiting juvenile world the names of "?"U1WC. Vvv
t'iree bovs or eirls who on Februarv Smg Sm pnson Ute Ust
oa icon I v February fc marder of two officials of a Brook.
20. 1920, wrote the best essays on the . -0,0 ni
enlistment in the U. b. army. . , ,
Then on May 5 1920 thee three!01 claimed and mystery
boys, accompanied'by parente"or guar-jf
dians (railroad fares and all expenses studiously guarded, remained un-

paid to Washington and return for
I
both winners and narentai. will he

presented with medals by Secretary MICHIGAN DE5IOCRATS
Baker himself. WANT HERBERT HOOVER
Gold medal, suitably engraved, to!
the winner of the first prize. (Associated Press)
Silver medal, suitably engraved, to! Lansing, Mich., Jan. 30w Petitions
tho winner of the second prize. v jto place the name of Herbert Hoover
Bronze medal, suitably engraved, to on the democratic ballot at the Mich-

the winner of the third prize.
In addition, three beautiful silver
cups, suitabl yengraved. will be pre-
sented to the winners by Secretary
Baker to be carried back home by
them as prizes for the schools they
attend.
The contest is under the auspices
of the war department, but the news newspaper,
paper, newspaper, Come Back, the official organ
of the Walter Reed Hospital at Wash Washington,
ington, Washington, asked permission to purchase
the prizes. This permission was
granted and the school children are
really competing for prizes that were
provided by maimed and injured sol soldiers
diers soldiers now at Walter Reed Hospital.
There is no age limit in this contest
and the littel seven-year-old girls in
Santa Barbara, California, have the
same change of winning a prize as
has the nineteen-year-old school boy
of Baltimore.
New York state has many times the
number of school pupils that Nevada
has, yet the chance of producing win winners
ners winners in each of these states is exactly
the same.
Essays will be written in the class classrooms
rooms classrooms on Friday, February 20, 1920,
from notKif desired.
No essay will be more than four
hundred words in length.
Pencil, or pen and ink, may be used
but the essay will be written on only!
one side of the sheet.
Essays will be judged strictly on a
basis of (1) originality, (2) expres expression,
sion, expression, (3) sincerity.
Each school will be the judge of its
own product. The principal of each
school will appoint a board of three
judges to select one essay as the en entry
try entry from his school. He will then for forward
ward forward the entry, not later than Feb February
ruary February 27, 1920. to the army recruiting
station nearest his school.
The district recruiting officer will
appoint a board of three judges to
pass on the essays submitted by the
schools of his district. One will be
selected as the best and will be for
warded to Washington as the dis district's
trict's district's entry.
From the entries of the fifty-six
districts Secretary Baker and Gener General'
al' General' Pershine and March will select
thiee national winners. These winners
may be boys or girls, of any color, of
any age.
Ask your father or your brother to
tell you something about our new,
democratic peace time army. If they
do not know, write to the nearest re recruiting
cruiting recruiting station for literature.
It may mean a free trip to Wash Washington
ington Washington for your mother and you, with
a medal for .yourself and a beautiful
cup for your school and youH be en envied
vied envied by millions of children. It's the
chance of a lifetime!
NOTICE
I have re-purchased the Griffin
Brothers' wood yard, known as the
Smoak wood yard, and same will in
the future be known as the Hadsock
Wood Yard. Phone orders to Smoak's
shop, 146. 26-6t B. W. Hadsock.

ODESSA CHANGES

IDS AGAIN
According to Dispatch, Ukrainian
Forces Now Claim It for
Their Own
( Associated Press)
Vienna, Jan. SO. The capture of
I1.tlI,v,lirn ,x.
i.bmuilu AJllJK
Londonf jan. 30. Anti-bolshevik
forces have been compelled to evac-
Gate the city of Darbent on the west
ccast of the Caspian Sea. according to
4a t03hevik wireless from Moscow. In
eastern Sibreia, the dispatch states,
the peasants have revolved and oc-
cupied Goldfields in the vicinity of.
Nikolaevsk. They have fortified the
entire Amur district with trenches, it
is declared.
SHOCKED TO DEATH
IN SING SING
rjor(jon
Hamby, Noted Bandit, Kept
His Counsel to the
Last
(Associated Press)
.-.. v v T ,n rr-
17
. . m
igan presidential preference primary
April 5th, were received by the seed
retary of state this morning. The
petitions lacked the required one hun hundred
dred hundred signatures but indicated addi additional
tional additional signatures would follow.
HARRINGTON HALL ARRIVALS
O C. Manner and wife, Marianna;
I. M. Callaway. Jacksonville; A. Si Si-bald,
bald, Si-bald, Colorado; E. F. Conner, Knox Knox-viile;
viile; Knox-viile; H. S. OTJell, Jacksonville; D.
J. Yates, Atlanta; George Turner, In Inverness;
verness; Inverness; E. F. King. J. F. Lucas, At
lanta; T. C. demons, Jacksonville; G.
D. Tutwiler, Tampa; A. H. Ober and
wife, McKeesport, Pa.; George Hil-
sendegen, John R. Long, Detroit; T.
P Lamerauz, Tampa; W. J. Curran
and wife. New York; C. E. Sullivan;
Atlanta; Curry Milam, Jacksonville;
T. L. Jones, Atlanta; J. E. Means and
wife, Minneapolis; Mrs. eGorge Blos Blossom,
som, Blossom, Minneapolis; E. C. Humphrey,
Jacksonville; S. George, Tampa; A.
R. Sandlin, Leesburg; J. J. Kee, St.
Louis; Gov. E. Kilby and wife, Miss
Kilby, Miss Bond, Montgomery; Asa
R. Baisden, Dothan, Ala.; John Flet Fletcher,
cher, Fletcher, Jacksonville; C. A. Taylor, Lake Lakeland;
land; Lakeland; J. W .Kea, Hawthorne; M. Bax-
ley, Gainesville; A. K. Tankersley,
Gainesville; W. L. Hammond and
wife, Lexington; Ed Karitchek, Al
pena, Mich.; F. H. Ensign and wife,
Hartford, Conn.; Azel Ford, Oklawa-
ha: C. R. McGahey, G. A. Sexton. At
lanta; W. J. EngeU L Lebepiero, New
York; D. E. King, New York; B. B.
Francis, Atlanta; C. C Vaughn, Jack Jacksonville,
sonville, Jacksonville, Gaston Beach, Jacksonville;
R. C. L. Robinson, Gainesville; H. W.
Redding and wife, F. A. Welch, Jack
sonville; E. G. Baxter, Jacksonville.
CARD OF THANKS
We desire to tmnk our many
friends and neighbors, also the mem
bers of the -Knights of Pythias lodge,
for their many deeds of kindness and
thoughtfulness, and for the beautiful
flowers that were sent to us in our
recent distress and the loss of our be beloved
loved beloved husband, father and brother,
and which helped to lighten our heavy
hearts. The Guthery Family.
Use Deam's Liquid Meat Smoker. $1
a quart, at the Court Pharmacy,
phone 284. 27-6t
Rat ANNIHILATOR is guaranteed.
Your money back if it fails; 25 cents
a package. The Court Pharmacy. 27-6t
Use Deam's Liquid Meat Smoker. $1
a quart, at the Court Pharmacy,
phone 284. 27-6t
MIRIAM REBEKAH LODGE NO. 15
Miriam Rebekah Lodge No. 15
meets the first and third Monday eve
ning in each month in the Odd Fel
Ipws' hall at 7:30 o'clock.
Miss Ruth Ervin. N. G.
Miss Ruth Hardee, Secretary.
up in the next few

1920.

CORONER'S JURY
IS CONSIDERING
Evidence Against Clarence Langford I
and Other Parties Implicated in
the Kendrick Murder Case
Eever since early this morning, the j
coroner's jury has been before Jus- i
tice Jeff coat, hearing the evidence in
the case of Clarence Langford, Earl
McRae and others believed to be im implicated
plicated implicated in the murder of Mr. J. J.
Guthery at Kendrick Saturday night.
The jury is a good one, made up of
men of high standing and familiar
with the people and the surroundings
of the sceneof the murder. The jurors
are Messrs. B. C. Webb, W. C. Clark,
Z. Graham. J. N. Tiller, Dr. Living Living-Uton
Uton Living-Uton and Ernest Lee.
The evidence is substantially what
WVM 0 AWA fe.. Ill fc.. v- j 1 m
At 3:20 p. m. the door of the jury
room was closed and the jurors began
considering the evidence.
The Star has to go to press before
a verdict can be given.
ITALIANS WOULD NOT
STAND FOR INSULTS
(Associated Press)
Rome, Jan. 30. Italian soldiers
clashed with Slav and German sol soldiers
diers soldiers aboard the steamer Africa at
Singapore recently when one of the
sailors insulted Italy, according to re-
portSC- the Messagero. None were
seriously injdt-f. The soldiers were
en route home fromT'Sibsii?.
FILTERED WATER
SAVES MANY LIVES
(Associated Press)
Pittsburg, Jan. 28. Valuing a life
at $3000 and the cost of a case of ty typhoid
phoid typhoid fever at $300. Chester F. Drake,
engineer in charge of the Pittsburg
filtration plant today estimated that
the plant pays for itself every 18
months.
Before the city had filtered water
the: death rate from typhoid fever
was approximately 130 per 100,000 of
population every year. Last year it
was approximately four per 100,000 of
population. The plant, which was
completed in 1907. purified in 1919
approximately 44,243,000,000 gallons
of water.'
COMMITTEE DID NOT
FAVOR A CONVENTION
(Tampa Tribune)
Jacksonville, Jan. 29, The state
democratic primary will be held on
June 8, at which time twelve delegates
to the national convention in San
Francisco on June 28 will be named,
presidential electors for Florida nam named
ed named and candidates for various state
and national offices will be nominated.
This action was decided here today
at a meeting of the state democratic
executive committee, called by Chair Chairman
man Chairman George P. Raney of Tampa.
The meeting was harmonious thru-
out and in addition to the transaction
of considerable business, the members
of the committee' listened to an ad address
dress address by David R. Francis, United
States ambassador to Russia, who dis discussed
cussed discussed the bolshevik menace and sug
gested the league of nations as the
remedy.
A resolution introduced by George
W. Bassett of St. Johns county to call
state convention at Ocala on April
15, was voted down.
A resolution in favor of equal suf
frage offered by H. S. Glazier of Man Manatee,
atee, Manatee, "by request." was tabled by a
vote of 24 to 8.
Considerable sentiment in favor of
votes for women developed at the
meeting and the action of the com
mittee in tabling the Glazier resolu
tion by no means represents the sen
timent of the committee, it was said
The position was taken by several
speakers that equal suffrage was a
matter to be passed upon by the state
legislature and that it had no place
in the business of the committee.
A resolution endorsing the adminis
tration of President Woodrow Wilson
was unanimously adopted. No refer
ence was made either by resolution or
in speeches by committeemen regard
ing the league of nations.
FLORIDA GRAPEFRUIT
TO COMBAT INFLUENZA
Orlando, Jan. 29. Florida grape
fruit is being bought in car lo quanti quantities
ties quantities to combat the spread of influenza
in Chicago, Dr. P. Phillips of Orlando,
new of Chicago, wiring yesterday for
two carloads of grapefruit to be sent
to Mayor William Hale Thompson of
Chicago for distribution among influ influenza
enza influenza sufferers. The two cars were
forwarded to Mayor Thompson.
W. K. Lane, M. D., Physician and
Surgeon, specialist Eye, Ear, Nose and
Throat. OSce over 5 and 10 cent
store, Ocala, Fla, tf
days your papers will

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One of the Bureau of Chemistry Laboratories in Which Exem tautens Aro
Made to Determine Whether Food and Drus Shipped From. Atrcad
Are In Accord With the Law.

IMPORTED FOODS
AtlD DRUGS ARE

rGLQSELY WATCHED

Bureau of Chemistry Cijarged
With Important Duty.
ANALYSIS OFTEN NECESSARY
Products Coming From Foreign Coun Countries
tries Countries Are Carefully Inspected to In Insure
sure Insure That They Are Not Mltbranded
or Adulterated Under the Terms of
the Federal Food and Drugs Act Act-Laboratories
Laboratories Act-Laboratories Are Maintained at
Branch Offices of Bureau.
(Prepared by the United States Depart Department
ment Department of Agriculture.)
Larger quantities and a greater va variety
riety variety of foods are being imported from
foreign countries each month, although
prewar volumes have not yet been
reached. This statement Is made by
officials of the bureau of chemistry.
United States department -f agricul agriculture,
ture, agriculture, who are charged wifh the en enforcement
forcement enforcement of the federal food and
drugs act.
The Importation of both foods and
rugs was affected greatly by the war,
but the interruption to the Importa Importation
tion Importation of crude drugs was less marked
than In the case of pharmaceuticals1
und foods, according to the officials.
An InsiM'Ction of all imported food and
drug products Is maintained by the
Lurt-iiu of chemistry, In order to Insure
that such products coming from for foreign
eign foreign countries are not mlsbranded or
adulterated under the terms of the
federal fowl and drugs act.
Analysis Often Necessary.
Lai. oratories for the examination of
samples from shipments of Imported
food and drugs are maintained by the
barer.u of chemistry at Its branch sta stations
tions stations lu Boston, New York, Philadel Philadelphia.
phia. Philadelphia. Savannah, New Orleans, San
Francisco, Seattle, San Juan. P. R,
and at some other cities where the Im Importations
portations Importations are smsiller in volume. In Invoices
voices Invoices t.f all food and drug shipments
coming into the United States are
scrutinized by food and drug officials,
and ull shipments which there Is rea
son to believe may be mlsbranded or!
adulterated are examined. In many
Instances chemical analysis of samples
is necessary to determine whether or
not a given shipment Is In accordance
with the provisions of the law. In
ether Instances a physical examination
by a specialist Is sufficient.
The federal food and drugs act pro provides
vides provides that If any article of food or
drugs offered to be Imported Into the
United States Is adulterated or mls mlsbranded
branded mlsbranded within the meaning of that
act. or Is otherwise dangerous to the
health of the people of the United
States, or is of a kind forbidden entry
Into, or forbidden to be sold, or re restricted
stricted restricted for sale In the country In
which It Is made or from which It Is
exported, or Is otherwise falsely la labeled
beled labeled In any respect, such article shall
be refused admission. The secretary
of the treasury Is authorized by the
act to refuse delivery to the consignee
of such articles and to cause the de destruction
struction destruction of any goods refused deliv delivery
ery delivery which shall not be exported. How However,
ever, However, when Importers, through no ap apparent
parent apparent fault of their own, receive ship shipments
ments shipments of foods or drugs which are
adulterated or mlsbranded, but not
grossly, It Is customary to release the
goods after relabeling, sortlnsr or
be discontinued.

VOL 26,

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vr vv,
cleaning, if a product "which coisp
he:
with the law can thus be cbtslnsd. -Many
rcoss new ccming in.
- Certain crude drcs and some ioM.
such as coffee, tea, rpfcea, olive oil,
cgs. etc are cither cot prodnce-3 si
all In the United States or sra pro produced
duced produced In too small qnas titles to meet
the demand. Other foods are fepcrV
ed to meet the demands of .that f:c
tlon of the population born In fore'
countries who-deelra to citia t:
jsame kind of food to wMc they v. 1
censtomed before ccmins t3 Vl
wunfryUsThere are ona fcodj rrc-f
dnced or raaKiTfeetoed la cd-.r ccun-1
tries which nave esta
wwe reputation ror excellent cr eoia
peculiarity of flavor. Altics-h d:s:c-
tic articles of the. tiaa kind r-'y l
available In abundance rrr Xj
buy the foreign artlcla becaa cf Z3.
assumed or actual superiority cf com
pearance, flavor or quality,
cognacs and charauarses cf
are articles of this data which ccr; ca
longer be Imported; tut ccrtrda for foreign
eign foreign ginger ales, miners! w&tsrs, jel jellies,
lies, jellies, sardines, efceesea, ctc,'cc-ti--3 17
be In 'demand,
Practically an the dT?crwt. elzzztz
of foods lraporttd preriouj to Jh2 ir
with the exception of-alcch:"?
ages, are now coming la
c:y t!. ? c
dais, although la tto c
foods in not as large q -2
embargoes on some ioclz
effect In a few coTiatrlcs. I
olive oil cannot as
from Italy. Olive cU, lin ing
imported froa-Frcr;:
The officials of the tr
ment co-operate vrtih C
reau of chemistry, Uni.
partment of agriculture,
the provisions of the ft
L3
i i
drugs act relattcj to ijurt
and drugs.
GERMANY SHOOT 0? HUHtH'
Articles of All Kinds Ccarcs c
kets of Former 'Snip Irs.
Germany's Industrial' iliu.itl:
tlnues to be a paranotirt r---'
public discussion. Almost cr:rj
paper in the country hz-i t :
. v....
Ing one or two coluisss Cr.ilr
4
gestlons and crltldr-3 tf t: 1 l
trial; policies adopted by tl; nt: ...
assembly.
No relief Is In llit so izr 11 ?
editors have been tllo to f;r: -lng
to the coal shcrts3, lizli c! t.
porta tion and the scarcity cf rz7 :. .: .:-te
te .:-te rials still to be faced.
The demand for rubber ltA rrLLrr
products appears to be lucrzzzlzz, Tim Timber
ber Timber articles of all kinds t;!s r secu secularly
larly secularly scarce on the marLct. rrchlbl rrchlbl-tive
tive rrchlbl-tive prices have been paid rccistly
Cologne and other Uhlncliini citka ty
dealers f rem the Interior cf Germany
for old automobile and t!eycl3 tires.
Millions gf marks' worth cf ealvsjied
rubber goods hate 'been e-d.ty. tLo
American, French end T-rltlzii mnj
authorities to the Germans, but this
supply apparently hu net rsUered ths
demand In the lent.
FINDS TIGEJ OIJ CC3n3TE?
California Man C!x c
Animal-7I::.:d cr. HI
Anyone who wt? a nice.
baby Royal Berl ti-cr rl.'
to James B. Lcssa, Hit
OaL, traffic cCcir. Ha tr
critter a tozi-Cllr.zl
know what to Co nlih it.
Logan was avrilrcncj rcc.
home In Menlo Park by a r.
porch. Going to Cis Coot :
basket covered rritli a r,
visions of havlnj to cdc;t r.
babe, Losan too!: tb.3 t:
house PclH2g tzCz ti k:.
-
covered a six cc

had no Idea wtera tl
from, but presmrt3 z'r'.i
it from the orient t
what to do with It, ;
I wish it had L:: -of
a tiger," raid Lc;i,
six times as much e....i a !,
Stop I Have yon t :
the "best bread ir.



OCALA EVENING STAR FRIDAY, JANUARY 30, l92d

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OCALA EVEIIIIIG STAR

Pulilliibetl Every Day Except Sunday by
STAR PUBLISHING COMPANY,
OF OCALA, FUA.
It. R. Carroll, President
I. vr. J -arenirod, Seeretary-Treaarer
J. II. Ilenjarnln, Editor
j

Kntered at Ocala, Fla., iHstofflce as

second-class matter.

TEI.CPIIOXKS

Itu!ne Offlt-e Five-One
Editorial Department Two-Seven

Society Iteoorter Five-One

THE MEDICAL BOOZE FAKE

A writer in the New York Tribune

says

MRS. J. HORATIO NELSON

Mrs. E. J. Crook received the sad
information this morning- of the death

better to have a plan and change if!
forced to than to go ahead without'
any program at all. Fitst, "Think out j
your work and then vi,tk out Your

THE REASON WHY f" T

A statement appeared within a few of her sister-in-law, Mrs. J. Horatio thought."
days that arrangements were being Nelson, which occurred in New York! it looks now

Explanation Given Which Explains!

made with the Ligget drug stores to city last night.

carry whisky in stock for "the relief This will be sad news not only to

nf inflnin7s cnffPTPrs" It does not the relatives of Mrs. Nelson in this

Efficacy of 101 Tonic

a if the pt-anut will

be an important crop in the state this!

year and that the farmers, who give ; There are three important ingre

this crop proper attention, will likely dients in Dr. Williams' 101 Tonic, each

seem credible that many physicians of city, but to a large circle of friends reecive satisfactory returns. Seed are j one of which has an important duty..J
a city like New York can really be- that she made on her visits here. She scarce this spring and selling high, j They are Quinine, Iron and Mag-
lieve that whisky or any other alco- was a beautiful women, a beloved Those who wish to obtain seed should nesia. The quinine in the tonic clears

. w

holic liquor is of service in the treat- mother and a faithful wife. Before supply themselves as soon as possible, i the blood of all in
mtnt of an infectious disease unless it her marriage she was Miss Leonie I can furnish the names of people who j or other harmful g

fluenza, malaria!

tirme I ha irnn w

- ... .3. A A V & Uii

mav be in nuietine the restlessness of Soubeyroux, one of Charleston's most have seed for sale. i builds up the rich, health v. strength-

tDfc patient. XL WOUIU UC UUUUJCttlUll- I 1U U CttlV UillUVVIIl. 51l I v.iv.. v ' aiu i I v w w. . itaivat I l IIJIIJJ U1WU l 1111.11 IO LtJUllllM, lll'.J
able to use alcohol for this purpose if She is survived by her husband and! needed, it will be well to order them at 1 the weakened body, and the magnesia;

it were not that alcohol weakens the two bright children, Rita and William, once, rreight service is very popr and acts gently on the liver and bowels,

heart hinders the white blood cells in her mother, Mrs. Ruby Soubeyroux cars scarce. Also, there is a possi- cleaning away the accumulated pois-

their work of destroying the disease and a number oi Drotners ana sisters, uinty oi iertuizers being nigner later ens.

vprm hinders the production of anti-l Mrs. A. C. Hamrick, a sister-in-law on. Wm. A. Sessoms, County Agent. ; This combination is of known

bodies and interferes with the cleans- and Mrs. Soubeyroux were with Mrs.

MRUIlEIt ASSOCIATED PRESS

The Associated Press Is exclusively

entitled for the use for republication of
all news dispatches credited to it or
. i .1 1 1 .s i a. t i J

not omerwisecieuiwu in in paper ami r , xri V,- -V,;V,

also the local news published herein, mg Of tne D100U Dy its eneci upon ieiavn uuu6 nci iimcas,
Aii rights of republication of special reCD; ration. The fact is, as told us minated in pneumonia. The funeral

UISPaiCMlca iiticin ai c diau icoci ycu. I .... I ... i 1 o J 1
1. i j 1 1 1 a. i I ; I 4k I ii.-i II fqlra v I s a VnwHoir m I ho l-l DCTAH

Ioy men oi tne nignesi sianuing m me iji"- u.v..
medical rjrofession. a sick person has and Mrs. Cook will attend if her

One year. In advance $6.00 double fight when alcohol is given, health permits, as she has been quite
ix months, in advance 3.00 41 f A, ,. &vL;i,

Three months, in advance 1.50 a ngnt against tne aisease anu a ugnt
One month, in advance 60 against the effects of the liquor in Sympathy is expressed by the many

weakening nis resistance, inus more "cjiuo mc lamuj w

deaths occur when alcohol is given. and children. Mr. and Mrs. Nelson i

Dlsolay Plate 15 cents per Inch fori v been livinc in New iork!

. i i a. I i lie inci iv.an .ucuii.ai iiaouviunvi i j o -

consecutive mseuiuiw. Auernaie ir-i - .. . I w... u- xti 1 u

tions 25 ner cent additional. Composi- at its annual meeting neia in XMew since may iasu xvir. iisuu uoiua .ni T.ido,, raKr,,a.

six times" 5 cents per Inch. Special York iyi declared tnat tne use oi pu"u cuu, "t Market steady. Will pay lliUc for top

position zu per cent aaauionai. itaies aiconoi in tnerapeuiics as a ".oiiil, or f"" ovw-w --i-" r?f P nf hoes

"MCU VI Tl"vn 1111111 ill u ill. 1 .limn ont rf act o -tnnii hoc rrk CPIOTI. I Lilt? L.1VUK lulllM LOCclIIlSIlI U VyU. I rrl 1 1 i i r .1

four inches will take higher rate, I " - inis win ne our last saie lor tne

which will be xurnlshed upon appllca- j tihe basis, and tne use 01 aiconoi as I season. Yards will rednen for next

VYteadinK Notice 5 cents per line for a therapeautic agent snoum pe ais- AiNUlHLK BUIh' CLiUrs season as early in the fall as demand

first Insertion: 3 cents per line for each Icouraged. At tne same meeting uiei FOR MARION COUNTY mav warrant.

week allowed on Veaders wUhout ?xtra nci1. 011 health .and ?u ;c msiruc We thank our patrons for their co-

composition charges. tion of the American Medical Asso- Tast week announcement was made I operation, which has made our entire

.,,.,,.1, ii ciation declared "aiconoi nas no arug that the 0cala National Bank would venture a success.

value either as a stimulant, as a tonic, finance a boys' calf club for Marion 30-2t

OCALA STOCKYARD

orth for the treatment of Colds, La-
Grippe, Fever, Chills, Influenza and!
Malaria. j
During last year's influenza epi-i

e'emic the sales of 101 Tonic increased
over 500 per cent. This is proof a a-plenty
plenty a-plenty of the value of this remedy for
the treatment of "flu." At the first

j sign of "flu" or malaria use Dr. Wil-

nams lui ionic, a ana ou-ceni
bottle may be procured at your drug
store. Accept no substitutes. Adv. 1

MOSS! MOSS! MOSS!

We have opened a warehouse in Ocala and
will buy all the cured moss brought to us.
SELL YOUR MOSS
On Thursdays, Fridays and Saturdays
To
OC ALA-MO FACTORY
(Branch Vego Hair Manufacturing Co., Palatka.)
Orange Street, Near Seaboard Depot.

HUNTER'S AUTO EXCHANGE

A FLORIDA WOMAN'S
EXPERIENCE

1
!:

1

This gloomy weather does not suit Qr as a therapeutic agent, and has no fv,a 5,mn,int nf 9rifio This

our people at all, and suits our visi- f00d value, and its use as a beverage Lrv ffcov nff tn Wk ff V rlnb.

tors even less. However, it is what is or as a therapeutic agent is detri- and have set aside $250o for this pro pro-needed
needed pro-needed by the farmers. mental rather than beneficial to theho

individual." The president of the vaiue Df nure-bred live-stock to the

Bryan and his imitator Catts should American Medical Association that county and in a commendable spirit of

both run on the prohibition ticket. year saia m his annual aaaress: Jea- helpfulness is giving strong support

Neither is a democrat, and both are lcme nas reached a period when alco- to the development of the livestock
self-seeking politicians. ho1 is. rarely employed as a drug, be- industry, both for breeding purposes

in? aispiacea Dy Detter remedies.- and for meat production.

ur. unver 1. usoorne, proiessor 01 So fa the obl-ect of the Dir club

OCALA STOCKYARD.

Frog's Appetite.
The common green frog has beea

Henry P. Fletcher has resigned his thferaDeutics at Yale Medical School I "i W"J"

position as ambassador to Mexico, and saVs: "Alcohol is not a heart stimu- :il Z 71" "VvT ".;lTlf discovered to possess n m3atlable

it is said that the reason for his resig- bnt. It has no tonic action. AlcohoI ".71 u" 1 11 "7,: ""r eed for -P- ahis extraordinary

nation is that his unremitting efforts cauaes a natient to feel better onlv bv "'l ulU'l-" Petite uoes not seem to be In tut

for the last year to bring about an its stron; narcotic effect and this f f i J p 1 "ie..u5e J 1 least checked by an occasional sting,
understanding between America and fLfJ tter madeit iole. to -place The protecting eoler of the frog, which

Mexico have failed. nW5,r, nf n ril PtivifipJl Pure-Dr an "idls m,n becuons, 01 sits -motionless -upon leaves, no doubt

Zur a i or,fQi wora uie county tnat could not oinerwise delndes the most wary of insects intQ

'"""vv vwv.- vi.JM hauo ceojeri n :tnrt in till I-1 . a n..

r, i. a 4. 4- niwrnlafnT-v nrVnP nf .cr.flit!. "f I- . V.I sens? oi ecuriljr.

ui.y tiu says lie uocsii i warn. iu uia-r"-""'j " -vw.v h nH hnirc Manv hove hnvp sn 1

turb the harmony in the democratic and impaired function of all internal h Hi 1 k f om their reo-;stered

party. All the harmony there is in secreting gr.do." ilt d d moncv Facing Changed Conditions.

the democratic party could be put in-1 Pressor Frank S. Meara, of Cor-
Rut nil th rlnh hovs and hoer crow-1 Tni looking for employment, slr

side the. case of a lady's wrist watcn, neil Medical College, New York, says: erg of the county cannot hope to breed 111 be frank with Jou- rve 5ust been
and Bryan has donejwhat.fe "could to "Alcohol has been much used in pneu- pure.bred hogs for breeding stock, released from prison." "Ahem! One

'"""" wv.w. j v.w...w.... a .. n mnct thP farms nrp I VJVA1

I believe that it is never a true stim- A -.u r A ;,0ic

there will not be a big demand for "?? T eXVeCt
" I x hiictla T TTi-ii liiiilr 'iti rrar

get away with thitt

it is renoriea 1 rum several iiusui- l.i: j.i -c i.si. 1 "... -o 4 1 n t

iDeiieve mere are xew cases 111 wiiu;ii o4.nr nA t,i vr, -fow wVin lu j"" i'" jwu vuu gw
tals that Flora grape ?t better thc patient would not be better off f to bard work and long hours

lor nu man wmsKy. it is an eeeu- thout than with alcohol." w : after the life of elegant leisure you

F.vneriment have been made in uiB U'C.T6, have doubtless enjoyed In prison. Til

M a -a I W I '!- mm -mm b I AI- rtj-k-WC3 Will C T- I w -

Star's opinion that a good many men Bdlevue Hospital by Dr. Alexander uTT Lit U fhi idea maka a Place for youJ
are willinc to have the flu m order T a u

to be criven whiskv for it. and that is IJl" of the Ocala National Bank to show

" w . . 1 1, ue LieaLiiieiii ui uueuiuimia uaucuka .1 1 1 1 11 i ;

the principal reason for whisky being wIth and without alcoholic liauor. withrnroug.n ine orK 01 .ia ""I Try to Read Wisely.

1 1 1 1 l t m 1 nrAnArf onimo s o ma tirnnra ria tnr moar .... . ...

recommenced as a neanng (Daim iqr tb result that the use of alcohol was lF -1 Tne naDlt or reading wisely is dj

the disease. Li,Qr,o wQCo tl,a as well as lor breeding stocK. as ine means an easy one to acquire, but

! lAh'UttUVttVU W.UV1WW ...WW W (1 1 1 1 J A 1 Z A -J 1. 1 1 1

kiiitPd whpn it was triven Drys "ave "eeu "1WU ftnless acquired, the mind is likely to

vi,;t0 fV,.Q ;0 oni,10n,i, of fl in Th tpstimonips ae-ainst linuor as uw "ac' "' Become so cioyeo wun literary sweet

i. ....i. .1 1..." .il j-1 j i, j:. I ui o.uik uic ..uuu-.nu. "r meats or saiiaieu avilii aeaueuuc

wis comuy oenoovew everyooay a riicu i J- vaECement in the swine industry theUrpntRM that it revolts Indignantly.

- -. r itt viiirvi r ai at i ann ririui 1 iiiiiri 1 n iiiiltii 1 in 1 1 1 1111 1 i-r 11

children going to school thru the indefinitely were there space.

rain this morning, without umbrellas

n

TOPS New, covered, patched and coated with a
pateut wax paste that makes old tops absolutely
water proof.
PAINTING Autos painted, striped and finished
in best of material.
UPHOLSTERING We are prepared to give you
satisfactory service in upholstering backs, seats
or cushions.

OF TRAINS IN OCALA

tected in this sort of weather.

or other protection. If a child Sets I ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE

its clothing damp on the way to

' school, and after reaching the school

minnts in a draft, it i likelv to catch Seaboard Air Line

a severe cold, which may turn to Arrive irom jacKSonvme. :ua.m.
i-u: id 4- Leave for Tampa 2:10 a.m.

11 i-iT VWfc um"; Arrive from Jacksonville.. 1:30p.m.
allow their children to go out unpro- Leave for Tampa 1:50 p.m.

Arrive from Jacksonville.. 4:24p.m.

Leave for Tampa 4:25 p.m.

We admire the way in which Joe ?"" : T

Earman has shown up the attempt of Arrive, from Tampa....'... 1:35 p'm'
the Atlantic National Bank, E. W. Leave for Jacksonville 1:55 p.m.

Lane, president, of Jacksonville, to Arrive from Tampa 4:04 p.m.

obtain free advertising. This institu- Leave for Jacksonville 4:05 p.m.

tion, which claims to have twenty Atlantic Coast Line

million dollars as its resources, re- Arrive from Jacksonville.. 3:14a.m.

cently enlarged its banking room, Leave for St. Petersburg.. 3:15a.m.
and sent the Star, and we presume Arrive from Jacksonville.. 3:34p.m.
fi-V)ar -no nor fn ho cfato o Leave for St. Petersburg.. 3:35p.m.

- it. 4.v. J Arrive from Jacksonville. .10:12 p. m.

WTiie-up Oi uie iiiipxuvemcxit wxwxi tuc TiPav for T.PPshiiW. 10-13 nm.

reouest tnat we run 11 as a news- Arrive frnm Rf P-torsW.,

story. Joe has given the said bank Leave for Jacksonville 2:12 a.m.
about two columns of his gentle sar- Arrive from St. Petersburg 1:25 p.m.

casm. which it will do the everagu lave for Jacksonville.... 1:45p.m.

newspaper publisher good to read. Arrive Irom L.eesburg 6:41a.m.

"cave ur i acK.&unviiie. . o; a. m.

Arrive from Homosassa... 1.25 n. m.

The criticism of Cary Hardee's Leave for Homosassa 3:25 p.m.

platform by the Lakeland Star is fun- Arrive from Gainesville,
nv. The Star wants Mr. Hardee to L daily except Sunday. ...11:50 a. m

1 1 v, o,-i Jeave for Gainesville, daily

go into ii iciiKViijr .xjr SiitiHav A-AZ n

question, a policy which if pursued Leave for Lakeland, Tues-

Use the Star's Unclassified Column, contractor in the city.

past few years, they can assist in fln(j for the time at least refuses to

spreading a better knowledge of feed- reSpond to the demands which habit

ing for meat production. places upon it.

As m case of all the clubs, the fat

pig club will be carried on under the

direction of the county agent. Full-

blood, barrow pigs will be selected and

ed for one hundred days. Feeding

will be started August 1st, and the

pigs should weigh then about 150

pounds. The agreement will be that a I J

complete record of all feeds and costs

must be kept and that the pigs must

be shown at the Marion County Fair

in November to be sold at auction and

then taken to the State Fair at Jack

senville. The money offered by the V

bank will be used to buy pigs for boys
who wish to enter the contest and to

provide ample prizes for those boys J

who make the best showings.. Any boy

betwen the ages of ten and eighteen is

eligible and any of the standard

breeds of hogs is permissible.

It is hoped that the boys of the

county will take a lively interest in

this new club and do as good work as ,Tt

they have in the first pig club plan. IVS

Those who will have a spring litter

from their gilt will have a good op

portunity no wto furnish barrow pigs

to the boys in the fat pig club.

would make his platform, instead of a

newspaper article, a small book, which

if published in the different news newspapers
papers newspapers would be too lengthy for the
people to read. It wTould also take
more money than the law allows a
candidate to spend to pay for such
-publication, and, also, again, the Star
demands that Mr. Hardee express

himself on matters which the gover

nor has no business with until the

legislature has acted. We shall see if

Mr. Bloom makes such a demand on
his own candidate. His candidate,
however, unless we mistake, will not

come out like Mr. Hardee with a clear

cut declaration. He will jellyfish
around the state and try to be all

things to all men.

The Jacksonville Metropolis hits
the bullseye when it says: "The Ro

tary Club nut itself on record yester

day as being in favor of the state
highways being built with a width of

1R feet instead of nine leet. lhis
matter is now up before the state
highways commission. It is the opin opinion
ion opinion of every good business man that
it would be a great mistake to have
the state roads only nine feet in width.
People expect these state roads to be
built to stay. The nine-foot road
would be totally inadequate to take
care of the increasing travel. It would
bo a great reflection on the state to
have these measly, narrow roads
known as the state highways. It is
to be hoped that the state, highways
commission will see the wisdom r of
building the roads, wide enough so
that two vehicles can pass without
any hindrance. Even the 16-foot road
is anything but ideal, but it will give
r satisfaction. The Metropolis hopes
the state highways commission will
adopt the 16-f opt width, for that
would please the people."

day, Thursday. Saturday 7:25 a. m

Ar. from Lakeland. Tues

day, Thursday, Saturday 11:03 p. m

leave ior wucox, Monday,
Wednesday and Friday.. 7:10a. m
Arrive from Wilcox, Mon

day, Wednesday, Friday. 6:45 p. m

FOLKS WE ALL KNOW

CMA&lC?

Tampa, Fla.: "My mother has alway
been a firm advocate of Dr. Pierce's Favor

ite Prescription, as
it had served many
a good purpose in
her experience with
it. I, too, have
used it to the best
of advantage for
woman's troubles,
and when my own
daughter reaches
womanhood I will
pive it to her, so
firm 'is my con conviction
viction conviction of its many

virtues. The purpose of my using it, was
for irregularity. My physical condition was
very much run-down did not care much to
stir about or work. I took the medicine
right along without missing a dose until my
general troubles were all corrected. All
women, especially mothers, cannot make a
mistake in using the 'Favorite Prescrip Prescription.'
tion.' Prescription.' "MRS. LA VINA DEllSON, 1307
Tampa St.
Dr. Pierce's. Favorite Prescription ia a
remedy that any ailing woman can safely
take because it is prepared from roots,
does not contain alcohol or narcotics. Its
ingredients are printed on wrapper.
Send 10c. for trial package of Favorite
Prescription tablets to Dr. Pierce'a In Invalids'
valids' Invalids' Hotel. Buffalo, N. Y.

TIRES, TUBES, GAS and OILS
Let us repair, paint and upholster your car,
so you can enjoy it yourself, or sell to an
advantage.
AUTOS BOUGHT, SOLD and REPAIRED
J. W. MJNTEK
Anoln SOUTH MAGNOLIA STREET R?lrfcf !r
HJCdlH OLD METROPOLITAN THEATER IF MOIlIUQ

L. ALEXANDER
PRACTICAL CARPENTER
AND BUILDER
Careful Estimates rca3e on all Con Contract
tract Contract work. Gives More and Better

Work for the Money than any other

PYLES & PERKINS GO.
(Successors to E. C. Jordan & Co.)
Funeral Director? and-Embalmers

Calls Answered Promptly, Day or Night

Motor Equipment
117 East Oklawaha Avenue
PHONE 535 RESIDENCE PHONE 225

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FARM NOTES BY

THE COUNTY AGENT S

Gangway! The firebell has Just
Rung and the Volunteer Fireman Is
en route from the Barber Chair to the
Fire with his Shave only half done.
After he helps drag the Hosecart and
ruins his Clothes at the Fire, he will
have Nothing to Do but come back and
get the Rest of his Shave.
For Rheumatism,-- take" Mystery
Red Drops. 19-ln

No farm is complete without a good
garden amply large to supply the

home the year around with the vege

tables used on the place. Such a gar

den will provide half the living of the

family and deserves the best of at- X
tention. No better thing can be done fjfc

for it than to give it a liberal broad

cast application of stable manure. Ten
tons per acre is little enough, and
twenty-five tons would be better. No

other piece of land on the farm will

pay as much in returns, and you can
afford to fertilize heavily. Plow the

manure under and then arrange the
plantings so as to have vegetables
every day in the year and so as to
have enough for canning of those
things that are too tender to be grown
in the winter months.
Now is the time to plan the acreage
that is to be put in the different field
crops for the year, so that you can
regulate your work to the best advant advantage.
age. advantage. Decision should be made as to
what crops you are to grow, the
acreage of each, the methods of grow growing
ing growing and fertilizing them, and finally
the disposition of them, whether they
are to be fed to stock or sold.
But the most important things to
remember in your plans is to see that
the food and feed crops needed for
your own farm are first made, and
let the surplus be in the money crops.
Farmers and their stock must be fed
and provision should first be made for
feeds. If a larger part of the farm is
devoted to money crops and they fail,
the farmer is not in position to con continue
tinue continue in business unless he has a good
bank account. Work to your plan dur during
ing during the year as closely as possible and
make such changes as are made neces necessary
sary necessary by unforseen conditions. Farm Farming
ing Farming cannot be carried on by a fixed
plan like other businesses, but it is

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Blouses heaps of them help to make this Sale
an economy event. You will find them just as de delightful
lightful delightful for Spring wear as at the present time.

Sale will continue for 3 days
Saturday January 31, Monday
and Tuesday February 2nd
and 3rd.
These are our regular $6.50 Values and consist of white

flesh, navy and other desiarble shades.

SALE PRICE

The sooner ou come the more certain you are of finding your favorite among these offeringt.
All sales final, none will be charged or sent on approval

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18 ROOM HOUSE
FOR SALE
To Close Out Estate
Located on quarter-acre
lot one block from Postollice,
cheap at $3000. Price will
be reduced $10 per day until
sold.
PRICE TODAY $2900
If interested see me at once
FRANK W. DITTO

Real Estate

Ocala, Fla.

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For All ClassesiOi
; Stone, Brick, Wood,
; and Concretej
t Building
I J. D. McCaskill
S Contractor
S Phone 446. 728 Wenona St.

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W O O 2
OAK and PINE
Cut to Any Length
PROMPT DELIVERY
GILES WOOD YARD
PHONE 112

There are very, very few
k cases on record in which
, glasses broken even by a

3p powerful blow have in in-wtv
wtv in-wtv jured the eyes.
DR. K. J. WEIHE,
Optometrist and Optician.
. Eyesight Specialist

OCALA OCCURRENCES

If you have any society items,
phone five-one.
There are a few mild cases of in influenza
fluenza influenza in the city. The doctors say

that people should be careful, but
there is no occasion for alarm.

VICTORY TEA AT

THE WOMAN'S CLUB

Mrs. Donald Schreiber and lovely
little daughter, Hope are guests this
week at the home of Mr. and Mrs. F.
T. Schreiber.

Mr. H. M. Hampton returned yes yesterday
terday yesterday from a business visit to Atlanta.

Cherry Bark Cough Syrup is one of
the best. New lot just in at Gerig's
Drug Store. 1-30-tf

Mrs. Frank Harris left yesterday

afternoon for Jacksonville, where she

will be the guest of her daughter,
Mrs. C. H. Lloyd for a couple of days.

Rev. and Mrs. Harrison Black have

named their pretty little daughter,
Amelia Lee for Mrs. Richard McCon-

athy, a close friend of Mrs. Black's

family.

Jonteel Cilver Plated Vanity Box

and Jonteel Rouge, all for one dollar

while they last. The Vanity Box alone
is worth $1.50. Gerig's Drug Store.

Miss Irene Tompkins continues ill

at the home of her parents on Okla Okla-waha
waha Okla-waha avenue. Her friends regret to
hear of her sickness but hope that

she will soon be entirely well again.
Miss Eunice Odell returned to her

heme at Mcintosh yesterday after a
short visit in Ocala with Miss Irene

Tompkins. Her visit was cut short on
account of the illness of the latter.

Fresh lot of Influenza Sero Bacterin
(Mulford's) just in. We keep our Bac-

terins and Serums on ice all the time, j
Ycur doctor will appreciate this. Call

us up when you want some. Gerig's
Drug Store. 1-30-tf

Sister Esther Carlotta, who was ex

pected to arrive in the city several
days ago, did not arrive until early
this morning and while in the city she
vill be the guest of Mrs. E. L. Carney.

Mrs. John S. Tomlinson of Wash Washington
ington Washington and Mrs. W. H. Allen of
Louisburg, N. C, will return tomor tomorrow
row tomorrow afternoon to their respective
homes after a pleasant visit in the
city, guests of Mrs. D. E. Mclver.
Another fresh shipment of Nun-

nally's, "The Candy of the South," at

Gerig's Drug Store. 1-30-tf

Mr. Henry Nurney, after a pleas pleasant
ant pleasant visit in the city with his sisters,
Mrs. Jack Camp and Mrs. M. W.
Lloyd, left yesterday afternoon for
Asheville, N. C, where he will spend
the winter.

'Gene Dobbs' homelike hotel, the
Florida House, near the union station,
is not only in much favor with home home-folks
folks home-folks but is a regular tourist resort.
Mr. Dobbs keeps in individual touch
with his guests and sees to it that
they lack nothing in his power to give
them.

A SURE WAY TO SAVE ON TIRES
Let us vulcanize all of your old used
tires which can possibly be saved in
This way. Our vulcanizing process
positively prolongs the life of both
tires and tubes. Figure it out for
yourself and you will see what a big
saving we can create for you in your
tire account.
MALOCK BROS.
PFONE 78
Okl&waha Ave Ocala, Fla.

LIFE

FIRE

A. E. GERIG
INSURANCE
Ocala, Florida
ACCIDENT AUTOMOBILE

RAILROAD SCHEDULES

Arrival and Den&rture of nassenerer

trams at OCALA UNION STATION.

The following schedule figures pub

lished s information and not guar
llPteed.
(Eastern Standard Time)

SEABOARD AIR LINE RAILROAD

Leave Arrive
2:15 am Jacksonville-N'York 2:10am

Announcement is made in the
Times-Union of the engagement of
Miss Eva Mae Futch of Gainesville to

Mr. J. Walter Yost of Montgomery,
Ala. The announcement will be re

ceived with much interest in Ocala,

as Miss Futch frequently visited here,
the guest of Mrs. Chas. P. Chazal and

made many friends who will be glad
to extend their congratulations and
best wishes.

The Thursday auction club held a

very enjoyable meeting with Mrs. F.
T. Schreiber as hostess yesterday aft

ernoon. The only invited guest was

Mrs. Donald Schreiber. There were

two tables of players and for several
hours the games were much enjoyed,

the tables being placed in the attrac

tive living room. Mrs. Vernie Stev

ens and Mrs. Donald Schreiber were

high scorers. Mrs. Schreiber and her

daughter, Miss Dorothy Schreiber,

served her guests to a fruit salad

course with, sandwiches and coffee.

Mr. Harry Whittington received a

few days ago a letter from the Field

& Stream Magazine, announcing that
he had received the fourth prize in
the large-mouth bass class, southern

division, in the magazine's ninth an

nual prize fishing contest. Mr. Whit Whittington
tington Whittington caught this huge fish, a bass

weighing 14 pounds, in Lake Kerr
last May. The prize consists of one
set of baits, made by J. G. Henzel,

valued at $3.80; half a dozen Heddon's

Dowiagic minnows, made by James

Heddon & Sons, valued $6, making a

total of $9.80.

1:55 pro

4:05 pm
2:15 am
2:15 am

1:50 pm

Jacksonville 1:30 pm

Jacksonville 4:25 pm
2 :15 am
Manatee- 3:35 pm
St. Petersburg
Tampa-Manatee 1:35 pm

4:25 pm Tampa-St. P'tersbrg 4:05 pm

ATLANTIC COAST LINE RAILROAD
Leave Arrive
2:12 pm Jacksonville-N'York 3:15 am
1:45 pm JTcsonville-Ga'nsville 3:35 pm
6:42 am J'ksonville-G'nesvile 10:13 pm
8:18 am St.Pet'sbrg-Lakeland 2:12 am
3:35 pm StPet'sbrg-Lakeland 1:25 pm
7:10 am DunnelIon-Wilcox
7:25 am Dun'ellon-LTcelnd 11:03 pm
3:25 pm Homosassa 1:30 pm
10:13 pm Leesburg 6:42 am
4:45 pm Gainesville 11:50 am
Monday, Wednesday, Friday.
Tuesday, Thursday. Saturday.

AH customers of Federal Bread are
satisfied customers. Ask them, tf

Yesterday afternoon one of the

most delightful affairs of the season

occurred at the Woman's Club, when
the hospitality and memorial avenue
committees entertained jointly, their

guests being club members, friends
of the club and visitors to the city.

Mrs. W. T. Gary, president of the club,

received at the door, with members
of the hospitality committee.
The program for the afternoon was
in charge of the choral club, and con consisted
sisted consisted of musical numbers by mem members
bers members of this growing organization, the
selections being in keeping with the
patriotic nature of the occasion.
After singing "America," with
which all club meetings are opened,
Mrs. R. L. Anderson made the follow following:
ing: following: splendid address:
"Ladies and Gentlemen: We have as assembled
sembled assembled this afternoon as the guests
of the memorial and hospitality com committee
mittee committee of the Woman's Club of Ocala.
Our club, so to speak, is firing the
first salute to what is to be known as
the "Victory Avenue." The Woman's
Club of Ocala has planned and will
build this avenue for the service flag
of the club. This avenue is regarded
by us as only the beginning of the
larger memorial which shall represent
the county service flag.
When the Victory avenue was first
spoken of, the question was asked,
where shall it be made? After due
consideration it was decided, bv the
club, that the main entrance to the
pioposed city park would be the
most appropriate place. In order to
provide an avenue of necessary width,
sixty feet, the committee found that
more land would be needed, so our
friend and neighbor, Mr. Andrew
Winer, was interviewed, and he kind

ly consented to donate to us 17 feet,
provided the club would build a walk

on the west side of the proposed ave avenue.
nue. avenue. This has been agreed to and the

silver tea 'which is to be enjoyed this
afternoon is for the purpose of rais raising
ing raising means for the building of that

walk. All the other expenses in con

nection with the enterprise are to be

borne by the club.

According to the plans as made,

trees are to be planted along the ave

nue to provide beauty and shade, and

a number of the friends and relatives
of those in whose honor the Victory

avenue is to be constructed, have ex expressed
pressed expressed a desire to plant individual
tiees, that is, to do their own plant planting
ing planting of the memorial tree. Where this
is not done, the trees will be planted
and cared for by the club.
As already stated, this avenue is to
be sixty feet in width, and along this
driveway oaks, palms and magnolias
are to be planted.
The oak has always been consider

ed the symbol of strength, the palm of
uprightness, the magnolia of glory
and beauty. Those men and women in

whose memory these trees are to be

planted, certainly exhibited all these

great characteristics.

It is a sacred duty we owe to hu

manity to erect enduring memorials

which shall commemorate the patriot

ic valor, honor and glory of those men

and women who faced and suffered

death, and who bore dangers and

hardships in achieving the great vic

tory over tyranny and brutality in the

world.

Our club, and we are sure all true

Americans, welcome this duty, and

will meet and discharge it with will

ing hands and hearts. In building

such memorials in honor of those noble
Americans whose devotion to duty

and whose sacrifice of themselves has

preserved our very civilization, we do

honor to ourselves and we also honor

the traditions of our great country,

and the noble men and women who

created this republic, and whose pat

riotic efforts have kept it in safety to

this day.

America has gained eternal glory

in showing to the world the character

of her men and women as exemplified

in the great war.

Some writer has said that the

prayer of every community should be,

"Oh, God, give us men!"

What constitutes a country, state or

city?

Not high raised battlements or laftor

ed mound,

Thick walls or moated gate: not cities

proud, with spires and turrets

crowned;
Not bays and broad armed ports

Where laughing at the storm rich

navies ride:

Not starred and spangled courts.
No! Men high-minded men;
Men who their duties know

And know their rights, and knowing

dare maintain.

In the recent great struggle God
gave us just such men and women and
it is to these that this Victory avenue

will be lovingly dedicated by the

Woman's Club of Ocala."

This was following by an inspiring
rendition of the beautiful song, "The
Volunteers," by Mrs. J. A. Manly,

under whose able leadership the chor

al club expects to accomplish a great
deal in the way of mutual benefit and

pleasure.

A medley of patriotic songs was the

next feature and the members of the

choral club on the stage yesterday

afternoon were Mrs. A. E. Walkley

Mrs. H. A. Davies, Miss Musie Bui

lock, Mrs. H. M. Hampton, Mrs. Lev-

erette Butch, Miss Marguerite Porter,

Mrs. George Pasteur, Mrs. J. H. Tay

lor, Mrs. Manly, Mrs. G. W. Martin

Miss Shaw and Mrs. McCall. Mrs. C,

W. Moremen at the Diano furnished

all accompaniments in a finished man

ner.

Miss Sidney Perry, in a charming

manner, gave a reading entitled

"When a Fellow Needs a Friend," and

this feature of the afternoon's enter

tainment was greatly appreciated

"My Ain Folk," a beautiful Scotch

ballad sunk by Miss Shaw of Vir

dition of the "Star Spangled Banner"
and the raising of the flag, which was
raised by Recruiting Officer Jack
Kasell and Mr. E. A. Mobley. A social
hour followed in which tea and waf

ers were served by a bevy of pretty
girls whose presence added a charm

to the gathering.

Although the weather was rather

inclement, a large number of visitors

were present and to these two com
niittees of the club thanks were ex

pressed for a most enjoyable after

noon.

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BASKET BALL SCRIP DANCE

When Manager Bennett of the Tern

pic invited the Star reporter into the
box office last night, the newspaper
man thought probably Billy Bryan

had sent Ed a bottle of grapejuice,

and with his usual generosity he was

going to divide with his friends. In Instead,
stead, Instead, it was to proudly exhibit what

the reporter thought was an unusual

ly well developed specimen of the
genus kodak. Ed. proceeded to open

the article and when the newspaper

man saw wheels and gears and lenses

and things, all new and shiny as an
auto just out of the supply house, he

knew it-must be some superior article.

It was a Simplex motion picture ma

chine, ricrht ud to date, and tho it

could be packed in a good-sized suit- ginia, who is spending the winter a

case its market value is over five hun-1 Lake Weir, delighted the audience

dred dollars. Ed. will have it in ope operation
ration operation as soon as he can properly set
it up and adjust it.
Laxative Aspirin Cold Tablets will
absolutely relieve any cold. Mogey
back if not satisfied. Sold only at
Gerig's Drug Store. 1-30-tf
Stop! Have you tried Federal Bread,
the "best bread in the world." 20-tf

Miss Shaw possesses a charming con

tralto voice and responded to an en
core with a delightful little song en

titled, "Absent."

ine Americans Lome is an tin

usually stirring composition, and when

sung yesterday afternoon by Miss
Musie Bullock of whose talent Ocala

is justly proud, its appeal was irre

sistible.

The program closed with the ren

You are cordially invited to attend

the scrip dance tonight at the Wom Woman's
an's Woman's club house. Show your appre appreciation
ciation appreciation of the good work that our
girls on the basket ball team are do doing
ing doing by being present tonight to honor
the Gainesville girls, who will play

oui team this afternoon on the high

school court. The dance will com

mence at 8:30 o'clock. Come and
biing a friend.

DRUG OF MARVELOUS POWER
Bayard Taylor's Description of Senia Senia-tions
tions Senia-tions Under tho Influence of
Hashish Is a Classic.
Hashish may be reckoned one of
the most classic of all Intoxicants.
Herodotus, the "Father of History History-speaks
speaks History-speaks of its use among the ancient
Scythians, and It was doubtless the
drug referred to" by Homer as "the
assuager of grief In the houe of
Menelaus. Bayard Taylor's account
of his sensations on first taking It at
Damascus Is memorable. It put him
In a state of mental exaltation where wherein
in wherein all sensations as they arose sug

gested more or less coherent Images
in a double form, one physical, the
other spiritual, and the latter reveal revealing
ing revealing itself In a series of indescribably

rilliant metaphors. A few minutes

after taking the drug he found him himself
self himself at the foot of the Great Pyramid.
A wish instnntlv transnorred him to

ts summit, far above the palm groves

and wheat fields of Egypt. Then, look-

ng down, he observed that the pyra

mid was not built of stone, but of gi

gantic blocks of "plug" tobacco! For
a moment he writhed In a perfect par

oxysm of laughter at this ludicrous

discovery. Then his senses were rav-

shed with delicious perfumes, and

there came to his ears divine melodies
and harmonies such as Beethoven

might have dreamed. Time and space

seemed vastly extended, so that a min

ute seemed an hour and an hour a

year, while his friends in the same
room with him seemed miles away, as
though he were viewing them thro

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Our prices on these Broken lots will malie .yea
FORGET the high price of Merchaslss.
We are mailing room for Spring gcs&s
YOU SAVE

The great number of pleased and Satisfied Customers
who have taken advantage of this opporrituity will bear
us outin the above Statement of Facts.
In addition to the great number of Men's and Boys'
Shoes, Overcoats, Gloves, Sweaters and Mackanaws, We
have placed on Special Sale about One hundred pair
of Misses and Children's Low Shoes and Slippers
at less than the Manufacturers can sell them today.
TAN, BLACK ANiB PATTENT SLIPPERS AND 0XFQHDS

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Sizes 6 to 8

Sizes 8 1-2 to 11 1-2 J)L?
Sizes 12 to 2
Sizes 2 1-2 to 6 large Girls $2aCD

We bave gone through our Shirt Stock and gathered out a great many
broken and-odd sizes, Not our entire Stock, but odd and broken lots, and you
will Save MoneyDy" investing in Some of these for Summer.

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In a bewildering galaxy of dainty Fabrics for Spring
and Summer.
Right Now They're Unpacking a Case of Piece Gesis ?
And the first peep reveals such beautiful fabrics, so entirely different. For instance there's a
dainty pink organdy direct from Switzerland, and in such a quaint check pattern; then a flowered Voile in
beautiful patterns so entirely different, with so many pretty silks. We are all impatient to reach the bottom
of the case and we know that you are just as eager to see the contents as well as the many other beautifuj
fabrics in stock.
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FaeflfflSae Crepe Silks in Afllniriiiisf 'SIiiadles

Baronet Satin
Pussy Willow Crepe
Printed Foulards
Printed Silk Tissues
Silk dotted Swisses

Gloria Satin
Crepe de Chenes
Printed Georgettes
Printed French Voils
French and Swiss Organdies

Scotch Zeypher and English Ginghams, Domestic Ginhams
Linen finish Suitings in a good line of shades
Dress Linens Satin Skirtings

Thousands of Yards of Laces
Who Wants them?
Every pattern distinctively different and many
of them very new. There are Frence vals,
Round Threads, Cluny, Torchon, Fillet, and all
of the finer laces for trimming costumes. Also
a good line of enbroideries.

Dove -UmdeiPweaF IBnny
Mow
While the selections is best, buy from the best line
to be found, not only in your town but in any city.
Dove Underwear is pre-eminent, so dainty in design
and workmanship, so different, so rich in fabric and
in all of the regular garments and novelties too.
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OCALA feVENING STAB, FIUDAY, JANUARY 30, 1920

LATEST LOCALS

Temperature this morning, 56; this
afternoon, 65..
If it's a Kodak that Is wanted, re remember
member remember that Gerig's Drug Store is
the only stcie in Ocala where you can
get one. All Kodaks are cameras, but
all cameras are NOT KODAKS. 12-tf
Mr. and Mrs. McNealy of Wilcov

are guests of Mr. and Mrs. H. C.

Williams at their home on Fort King

avenue.

spection invited. College of Agricul Agriculture,
ture, Agriculture, A. W. Leland, Farm Superin Superintendent,
tendent, Superintendent, Gaainesville, Fla. 24-6t

FOR SALE Very fine cabbage plants
25c. per hundred of $2 per thousand.
Phone 220 or address Box 85. 27-3t

BOYS WANTED Boys with bicycles
who can work for one to one and a
half hours after school. Call at Star
office from 4:30 to 5 o'clock, tf

FOR SALE New "Florence" wick wick-less
less wick-less four-burner oil stove with oven

at 315 N. Magnolia St., or phone No.

127.

27-3t

Mr. Roy Carn, who for the last
three or four' years has been with the

Sante Fe railroad in Kansas, has re

turned home, and will have charge of

the business of his father, Mr. W. D.j
Carn, while the latter attends to the

duties of his office as superintendent I
of public instruction. His friends are

glad to have Mr. Carn home again.
r i i

' Get rid of those aches and pains;

take Mystery Red Drops for Rheu

matism and Blood Disorders. At the
Anti-Monoply Drug tSore. 19-lm
Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Jackson's many
friends, will regret to learn that they

are leaving Ocala to make their home
in the future at Winston-Salem, N. ,C.
Mr. Jackson left several days ago for
Winston-Salem but Mrs. Jackson and
two children did not leave until this
afternoon. The Star joins their host
of friends in wishing them happiness

and prosperity in their new home.
BOOTH'S TOOTH PASTE has no
superior and it costs only 50 cents for
a quarter pound tube. The Court
Pharmacy. 27-6t

. The Star regrets to learn that Dr.

S. H. Blitch continues to ve very ill.
He has overworked his by no means

vigorous physique.

FOR SALE Our seeds are carefully
selected and tested for Florida. Send

for our special price list for farmers

and gardners. Mann-Hodge Seed Co.,

Palatka, Fla. 1-27-lm

FOR SALE Pair of mures. See the
Louis R. Chazal & Sons Co., Ocala,

Fla. 1-tf-dly

$J0 PER DAY LESS See Ditto's ad.
of 18-room house and beat 'em to it,
as some one may pick this us any

cky. 27-3t

II Everything Was As

Cheap As Our Ic

The cost of living would be as low as it was in the good old days.
No use worrying, however, because it isn't that way. Be glad that
ice is helping to keep'down the cost of living, besides giving you
better food and a greater variety of it than your grandfather's fam family
ily family ever had.

cala Ice : Packing Co.

FOR SALE Eggs for hatching hatching-Single
Single hatching-Single Comb White Leghorns. (Yards

at North Lake Weir). Address S.
Appell, Oklawaha, Fla. 27-12t

FOR SALE Three Jersey cows with
young calves. J. B. Burry, Orange

Lake, Fla. 26-2t

FOR SALE (Wood Cut to Order.)
Reduce the high cost of keeping com

fortable this winter by buying your

wood cut read to burn direct from the

roducer, thereby saving the profits

of the city wood yard. Orders filled

anywhere in the city. Phone 39 M. C.

P. Howell, Ocala. 20-m

LOST Fancy comb hairpin lost yes

terday. Not valuable. eRturn to Star

and receive reward. 30t3t

BOOTH'S TOOTH PASTE has no FARM HELP WANTED On truck

superior and it costs only 50 cents for and stock farm adjoining town of
a quarter pound tube. The Court Ocoee, Orange county; wages $2.50 a
Pharmacy. 27-6t day. Steady work. Marshall's Farms,

Ocoee, Fla. 1-17-sat-wed tf

Our old citizen, Mr. J. E. Bailey,

still suffers from his accident of a
couple of weeks ago, and is confined

to his home.

We are now prepared to Contract for House
Painting and Decorating

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OCALA AUTO AND) GAM AGE CO.
DEALERS IN
Philadelphia Diamond-Grid Storage Batteries.
Guaranteed for Eighteen Months and Two Years.

Oldsmobile Pleasure Cars and Economy
Trucks
Kelly-Springfield, Goodyear and Miller
Geared to the RoadTires

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BEST FOR HOME SHINES
SAVE THE LEATHER
THE BIG VALUE PACKAGES
PASTES AND LIQUIDS Bl'$ZBro
THE JJ-- F.' D ALLEY CORPORATIONS LTD.. BUFFALO. N. Y.

Rat ANNIHILATOR is guaranteed.

Your money back if it fails; 25 cents

a package. The Court Pharmacy. 27rt

Miss Minnie Tremere"ccompanied

OCALA STOCKYARD

venture a success.

30-2t OCALA STOCKYARD.

Movf cola Tnocloir PokviioKir Of A

, j" I -v.w -w. xuvkiuajr rcuiuaij o-u.
&tei$iJStfo m town today from Market steady. Will nav 12c. for ton

D-ii 1 1

This will be our last k1p fnr Hip

The Belleview people will have one season. Yards will reonen for next

01 tneir interesting dances at tne season as earlv in the fall as remand

iseiieview cmonouse tonignt and would imay warrant.

be glad to see their Ucala friends. We thank our natrons for their co

operation, which has made our entire

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ADVERTISEMENTS

WANTED, LOST, FOUND, FOR

SALE, FOR RENT AND SIM SIM-ILAR
ILAR SIM-ILAR LOCAL NEEDS

RATES Six line maximum, one
time. 25c. '.three times, 50c: six times

Voc; one moron rayaDie in aa-

vance.

DESK ROOM FOR RENT Excellent

location on ground floor in large, well-

lighted office. All conveniences. Suit

able for insurance or real estate agent,

bioker, contractor, salesman, collector,

etc. See TAYLOR PRINTING COM

PANY. 30-6t

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

011 Cotton, Automobiles, Etc.
LONG DISTANCE MOVING
Fhone 296

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FOR SALE One 18 model Ford. At
the Florida House. Must sell quick.

E. Dobbs. 30-6t

FOR RENT Five rooms and bath,
112 Sanchez St.; possession at once.

Furnished five rooms and bath, pos

sesion at once. Apply Sunday or Mon

day, 315 N. Magnolia St. 30-2t

PLYMOUTH ROCK EGGS Have a I

limited quantity for hatching; $1.50

for 15. R. N. Dosh. phone 304. 276t

WANTED To exchange a desirable

city lot 60 x 120 feet, all fenced, for
Ford touring car. Must be in Al con condition.
dition. condition. Apply to L. E. Yonce at Max

well Repair Shop. 24-6t

FOR RENT Well furnished house,
all improvements, eight rooms and

two sleeping porches. L. M. Murray,

Ocala. Fla. 24-6t

xFOR SALE OR TRADE Young

horse, $200; second hand one-horse i

wagon, $40; Empire corn planter, $5.1

Address D. N. Mathews, 609 E. 2nd

St.. Ocala, Fla. 24-6t

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WANTED Middle aged woman as
housekeeper for six in family. Any

unattached woman can have comfor

table home and manage house in her

own way Every convenience and all

expenses paid. Address, Housekeeper,

P. O. Box 357, Ocala. Z4-6t

FURNITURE, ETC. 1 buy and sell
second hand furniture. Experts put it
in good condition before re-selling.
Repair sewing machines, lawn mow mowers,
ers, mowers, enamelware, etc. J. W. Hunter,

310, 312, 314 South Main St. 23-tf

FOR' SALE One pair of first class

mules in perfect condition. Cheap for

cash.. See Magnolia Meat Market,!

Ocala. 23-6t

FOR SALE Registered pigs; four

Poland China boars, 4 months old. fivej
Duroc Jersey sows and five boars, 4 to ;

6 months old. Prices reasonable, in-

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UNDERTAKERS and EMBAUIERS

PHONES 47. 194. i
OCALA. FLORIDA

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CALUMET BISCUITS-light, flaky
mounds of goodness capped with a
tender, done-to-a-turn crust. You'll admit that
no other biscuits can compare with them the
minute the first batch comes from your oven.

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Makes Most Palatable and Sweetest cf Foods

because it is absolutely
pure in the can and in the
baking.
because its leavening
strength never varies, never
weakens. It is always the
same, and results are always
the same always the finest.

Absolute certainty
more than the usual
rising force, with the
moderate price vou
pay for CALUMET

-make it decidedly

the most economical
of leaveners.

J. 0. BONNER & CO.

UNDERTAKERS and EMBALMERS

201, 215 E. ADAMS ST.

You save when you buy it.
You save when you use it.
You save materials it is used with.
A perfect product of the
world's largest, most up-to-date
and sanitary Baking
Powder Factory.
Contains only such
' ingredients as have

jgS5vbeen officially ap-

Authorities.

I) LAM ik I iWri a m I Ucih.c-uay itiiiuies. Reoute I I

0$ the most economical lir Z7 most delicious and whole- l&s
.v'. of leaveners. S IW fz some bakings- Ipg T
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IPPiafe .GREATEST-
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BY THE SHEER MAGNITUDE
of its numerous scenes, by the enthralling and absorbing interest
of its story, and by its delightful musical accompaniment, "The
Birth of a Race" has proven a photo spectacle that will live for
years.

SEE m
A MASTERPIECE BIGGER
IN CONCEPTION AND
THEME THAN ANY
PHOTOPLAY IN YEARS.
COST A MILLION DOL DOLLARS
LARS DOLLARS OVER TWO
YEARS IN CONSTRUC CONSTRUCTION
TION CONSTRUCTION EMPLOYED
10,000 PEOPLE.

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Snows SttartSiug at 3:30, 6.00 aedl I
Admission: Children under 12, 25c. Adults

50c.

J H. Spencer

W. R. Pedriclc

THE OCALA GAS ENGINE WOMMS
Local Agents for the Old Reliable

KHJICIK AIUTOMdDBDLE

Announces that they are now Handling Storage Batteries and
maintain a fully equiped service station for recharging batteries.
Complete line of GOODYEAR and UNITED STATES Tires and
Tubes. All kinds of Automobile Accessories, and a full line of
parts for the BUICK.

GASOLINE

OILS

GREASE

Acetylene Welding Our Specialty

OCALA GAS ENGINE WOMMS j
SPENCER & PEDRICK, Proprietors.
" When Better Automobiles Are Built Huick Will Build Them S
..
Ocklawaha Avenue and Osceola St. Ocala, Florida;-
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OACLA,

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