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Title:
The Ocala evening star
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Ocala Evening Star
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Evening star
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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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OCALA, FLORIDA, MONDAY, FEBItl AIIY 16, 1 9211.
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AMERICA WON'T
CONCERN ITSELF

In European Affairs Unless Consulted
About the Settlement of the
Adriatic Problem
Paris, Feb. 10. Prompt rejection of
President Wilson's objections to a
compromise agreement by which Eng England,
land, England, France and Italy hoped to settle
with Jugoslavia questions relative to
the future status of the eastern coast
of the Adriatic is reported in the Echo
do Paris. Premiers Lloyd George and
Millerand drafted a reply to President
Wilson and insisted that Jugoslavia
must agree to the compromise with
ar: alternative of seeing the treaty of
London become operative, it is said.
At the sme time the premiers' reply
was sent to Washington, the foreign
minister of Jugoslavia was notified of
the viewpoint of the British and
French governments, which has not
been altered by the seemingly unex unex-petced
petced unex-petced action of President Wilson.
The contents of Mr. Wilson's note will
nor be made public here. He is said,
however, to have given intimation
that the United States would "find
it impossible to continue to concern
itself on European affairs" if the Al Allies
lies Allies proceeded to a settlement of the
Adriatic problem without consulting
the United States.
A DIFFERENT INTERPRETATION
Washington, Feb. 16. President
Wilson did not say in his note to the
Entente premiers regarding the
Fiume question the United States
would no longer be able to concern it itself
self itself in European affairs if the Fiume
settlement was made without consult consulting
ing consulting America, it was learned today. Of Officials
ficials Officials said the United States would
not withdraw from participation in
the peace treaty and the league of na nations
tions nations if the treaty is ratified by the
Senate, but would withdraw from any
participation in the Fiume settle settlement,
ment, settlement, including policing of the Ad Adriatic.
riatic. Adriatic. AMERICAN LEAGUE
BASEBALL SCHEDULE
(Associated Press)
Chicago, Feb. 10. The American
League baseball season will open
April 14 and close October 3, accord according
ing according to the official 1920 schedule releas released
ed released by B. B. Johnson, president of the
league. The schedule shows a restor restoration
ation restoration of the 154 games chart, which
was curtailed last season because of
the world war.' An innovation in this
year's schedule is the listing of Sun Sunday
day Sunday games at Washington and New New-York.
York. New-York. This is the first time in the hia hia-tcry
tcry hia-tcry of the league that this has been
done at the time the schedule was
drafted. The world war was respon responsible
sible responsible for this. Last season, games
were permitted in Washington and
New York, but the schedule made no
piovision for these contests. As a
result the schedule was revised and
a number of games were advanced in
order to play on the Sabbath.
The four western clubs will open in
the west, while the clubs of the east
will inaugurate the season at the east eastern
ern eastern end of the circuit.
Opening games are listed as fol follows:
lows: follows: Detroit at Chicago.
St. Louis at Cleveland.
New York at Philadelphia.
Washington at Boston.
Boston is scheduled to close the sea season
son season before the other clubs. The final
curtain for the Red Sox will be rung
down on Sept. 28th. A double header,
with Washington billed as the oppon opponent
ent opponent is on the program for that day.
The following day, Sept. 29, New York
will close its season at Philadelphia.
The last of the eastern clubs to quit
for the season are the Senators and
Athletics, who meet at Philadelphia on
October 2.
The four western clubs are schedul scheduled
ed scheduled to close the season on Sunday. Oct.
3. The White Sox will' finish at St.
Louis and Cleveland is slated to close
at Detroit.
Washington has drawn the plum in
regard to the greatest number of Sun Sunday
day Sunday games. The Senators have been
given. 16 Sunday dates. Chicago and
Detroit each have 13, while St. Louis,
Cleveland and New York have been
awarded 12 apiece. Philadelphia and
Boston have no Sunday games at
home, because baseball is forbidden
there on the Sabbath.
Boston, Detroit and Washington
share alike in the distribution of Sat Saturdays
urdays Saturdays games, each being scheduled
to play 13 week-end games at home.
The other five clubs have been given
12 Saturdays each at home.
Independence Day July 4 falling
on Sunday, the schedule makers have
arranged holiday bills for Monday,
July 5. Games on that day will be
played at Chicago, Detroit, Washing Washington
ton Washington and Philadelphia.
Decoration Day "May 30 falling

NO BASIS FOR
THE REPORT

Of a Secret Agreement Between Ship Shipping
ping Shipping Board and British Inteersts,
Says President Wilson
(Associated I'ress)
Washington, Feb. 10. President
Wilson will inform the Senate em emphatically
phatically emphatically there is "no basis" for the
report of a secret agreement between
the shipping board and British inter interests
ests interests for the sale of thirty former Ger German
man German passenger liners., it was announc announced
ed announced today. The president's message
will be in reply to the resolution of
Senator Brandegee's, asking for in information
formation information regarding the report. The
resolution was adopted by the Senate
Saturday. Just before the announce announcement
ment announcement was made, a public auction at
which bids for the ships were received
began at the office of the hipping
board.
NEW MEMBER OF THE TRADE
COMMISSION
John Garland Polland, formerly at attorney
torney attorney general of Virginia, has been
seletced by President Wilson as a
number of the Federal Trade Com Commission.
mission. Commission. Mr. Pollard succeeds former
Governor Joseph E. Davis, resigned.
DECISION FRIDAY
Washington, Feb. 16. The applica application
tion application of William Randolph Hearst for
an injunction restraining the shipping
board from selling thirty former Ger German
man German liners was taken under advise advisement
ment advisement by Associate Justice Bailey in
the District of Columbia supreme
court today. He announced he would
rened r a decision Friday.
SIDNEY SENIOR'S
CAMPAIGN SCHEDULE
Governor Catts Will Speak in Ocala
Next Wednesday Evening
Following are Governor Catts' cam campaign
paign campaign appointments in this territory
this "week:
Wednesday, Feb. 18, 10 a. m.. Wild Wild-wood.
wood. Wild-wood. Wednesday, Feb. 18, 1 p. m., Oxford.
Wednesday, Feb. 18, 3 p. m., Sum Sum-merfield.
merfield. Sum-merfield. Wednesday, Feb. 18, 8 p. m.. Ocala.
Thursday, Feb. 19. 10 a. m., An Anthony.
thony. Anthony. Thursday, Feb. 19, 1 p. m., Citra.
Thursday, Feb. 18, 8 p. m., Lowell.
NOTICE
Members of Business and Professional
Women's Club
On. account of the flu epidemic the
banquet to have been given Tuesday
evening has been postponed to a later
date. 2t Ruth Ervin, Sec'y.
The basket ball game between the
girls of the Ocala high school team
and the Orlando team, which took
place Saturday in the latter town, re resulted
sulted resulted in a victory for Orlando. It
was not a bad defeat and our girls
who played deserve much credit, for
two of the best players did not take
part, one of them receiving injuries
in the last game which kept her out.
The Ocala girls and those who ac accompanied
companied accompanied them returned home im immediately
mediately immediately after the game was over.
Misses Eloise Henry and Musie Bul Bullock
lock Bullock in their cars motored the follow following
ing following to Orlando and back: Mr. Sumner,
coach; Miss Louise Spencer, referee;
Misses Annie Hadsock and Jesse De De-hon,
hon, De-hon, substitutes and the players were
as follows: Misses Loureen Spencer,
Lucile Gissendaner, Mildred Bullock,
Mabel Lytle, Katherine Henry and
Cornelia Dozier.
on a Sunday, enabled the framers of
the playing charts to book holiday
bills for the following day. These
games will be played at St. Louis,
Cleveland, New York and Boston.
The Red Sox have been awarded a
holiday bill for April 19 Bunker Hill
Day.
Chicago, Cleveland, Washington and
New York are scheduled to play La Labor
bor Labor Day games at home on Sept. 6th.
There are four confiictinsr dates
with the National League, and these j
are in Chicago, on May 9, June 27,1
Sept. 5 and Sept. 26, when the Chi-;
Ci'go Cubs are scheduled to play at'
heme.
The western clubs start their in-;
vasion of the east on May 11. Chi-
cago will be at New York, St. Louis at ;
Philadelphia, Cleveland at Boston and!
Detroit at Washington.
The eastern clubs will make their j
first western trip on June 8, with Bos-'
ton appearing at Chicago, Washing-
ton at St. Louis, New York at Detroit ;
and Philadelphia at Cleveland. j
Laxative Aspirin Cold Tablets willj
absolutely relieve any cold. Money;
back if not satisfied. Sold only at
Gerig's Drug Store. 1-30-tf

OPENING OF THE
FAIR AUSPICIOUS

With a Big Crowd and Splendid Ex Exhibits,
hibits, Exhibits, Tampa's Great Annual
Event is On
j (Special to the Star)
Tampa, Feb. 16. The South Flor Florida
ida Florida Fair and Gaspaiilla carnival open opened
ed opened today with clear skies, a record at at-terdance
terdance at-terdance and the city as never in a
more healthful condition.
The display of products and amuse amusement
ment amusement attractions are the best present presented
ed presented at any Florida fair, with new feat features'
ures' features' daily. All exhibits were in place
before the day ended.
The following special days will be
observed: Tuesday, Children's Day;
Wednesday, Sister Cities Day; Thurs-
day. Tampa Day; Friday, Army and i
Navy Day; Saturday, Shriner' Day.
BRYAN TO SPEAK IN OCA LA
Hp Will Deliver an Address in the
Interest of the Florida Educational
and Temperance League Next
Thursday Afternoon.
(Special to the Star)
i Jacksonville, Feb. 16. William Jen Jen-jnings
jnings Jen-jnings Bryan, probably the most talk talk-.
. talk-. e dof man in the United States today,
J will speak in Ocala Thursday after-
noon at 2:30 o'clock in the interests of
the Florida Educational and Temper Temperance
ance Temperance League. Mr. Bryan will tell of
the need for a continuance of prohi prohibition
bition prohibition and of the efforts the wet in interests
terests interests are making to secure a repeal
of the eighteenth amendment to the
federal constitution. He is donating
his services this week for twelve ad addresses
dresses addresses and is receiving no pay from
the league for this assistance.
DUVAL COUNTY.
MARKS OUT THE PLAN
The method of awarding the prizes
given by local merchants in the army
eii?ay contest has been decided apd
will afford five students an opportu opportunity
nity opportunity to win something valuable for
their efforts.
The fine piano given by the F. O.
Miller Company, valued at $525, will
be awarded to the writer of the best
essay in Duval county. Every school
student in the county has an oppor opportunity
tunity opportunity to win it. With the winning
of the first prize here, might also go
the silver cut for the state of Flor Florida.
ida. Florida. For the silver cup given by the
war department is open to every
school student and will be closely
contested.
The second best prize will be the
$50 gold watch given by the Green Green-leaf
leaf Green-leaf & Crosby Company, and is open
to competition throughout the county.
The third prize is a $25 kodak given
by the Bettes Pharmacy, and is also
open to the county school students. A
five-pound box of candy, given by the
Bettes Pharmacy, will be given as the
fcurth prize, but it is open to contest
only in Jacksonville. Another five five-pound
pound five-pound box of Log Cabin pecan roll,
given by the Crown Confectionery Co.,
will be given in Jacksonville as the
fifth prize.
Pensacola has also shown great in interest
terest interest in the essay contest, both
from a local and national standpoint,
according to Col. Tiffany, army re recruiting
cruiting recruiting officer for the state. Local
merchants there offered a number of
prizes, just as in Jacksonville. Pen Pensacola
sacola Pensacola will make a fight for the state
prize.
February 20 is tnc time to hand in
the essays. In Duval county, prin principles
ciples principles and teachers have co-operated
closely with the recruiting office in
the program. Times-Union.
ATTENTION! EX-SERVICE MEN
Your future depends upon your
choosing the right occupation and
training for it.
The Y. M. C. A. is prepared to help
all ex-service men that want to in increase
crease increase their earning power. We are
oflering free scholarships to men that
need assistance in getting a better
education.
Scholarships in high schools, col colleges,
leges, colleges, night schools, short courses and
correspondence courses are offered.
The courses cover law, business, ag agriculture,
riculture, agriculture, mechanics, science and
many other subjects.
If interested call at the Marion
County Y. M. C. A. office, room 8,
Gary building, Ocala, Fla., or write
Frank T. WTilson, Secretary.
25 PER CENT GUARANTEED
On your investment in one of my
small farms. If this interests you,
write me. J. R. Davis, Bartow. Flor Florida.
ida. Florida. 2-7-llt
See the 1000-foot reel story of the
Maxwell and Chalmers factory at the
Temple theater this evening.

ANOTHER REASON
FORJVASION

Mexico to be Used by Anarchists as
a Base from Which to Spread
Doctrine of Robbery and
Murder
(Associated I'evs-J
Amsterdam, Feb. 16. A central
ct.mmunist piopaganda bureau for
the western hemisphere will be estab established
lished established in Mexico in accordance with a
resolution passed at a secret inter international
national international communist conference held
here recently, according to the Hadels Hadels-blad.
blad. Hadels-blad. The newspaper says the step
was taken on the initiative of Ameri American
can American delegates to the conference.
MEXICO FOR THE MEXICANS
Mexico, Jan. SO. (By the Associat Associated
ed Associated Press.) President Carranza's ad administration
ministration administration intends to iccover to the
nation great tracts of lands conceded
by previous administrations to foreign
interests, according to statements of
Mexican officials. It intends also to
enforce the constitutional prohibition
barring foreigners from holding land
within 62 miles of the Mexican fron frontier
tier frontier and 31 miles front the coastline.
The general tend of their state statements
ments statements is to the effect that it is the
purpose of the administration to avoid
colonization projects that might even eventually
tually eventually endanger the nation and to re recover
cover recover dominion over oil lands without
violating the legal rights of the pres-i
ent producers.
These statements were made in ex explanation
planation explanation of the government's request
tl at the 1919 congress float a loan of
50,000,000 pesos to enable the nation
to recove rland under concessions by
fcreign interests.
The officials stated that the greater
part of several states, such as Lower
California and Chiapas is held by for foreigners
eigners foreigners under concessions given by
previous administrations.
Where the terms of these conces concessions
sions concessions have not been complied with,
they have been nullified, according to
the department of agriculture. Part
of the proposed loan was intended to
indemnify holders for these conces concessions
sions concessions for improvements they had
made.
Interests who have been deprived
of their concessions by this nullifica nullification
tion nullification have declared that interior con conditions
ditions conditions for the last 10 years have made
it impossible for them to fulfill their
agreements. Various British repre representatives
sentatives representatives are said to be pushing for
indemnification for wTork done on con concessions
cessions concessions especially in Lower Califor California
nia California and Chiapas.
Denial is made by Pastor Rcmaix,
secretary of agriculture and develop development,
ment, development, that the government plans to
nullify all concessions granted under
the Diaz and Madero regimes. Only
those where prescribed obligations
have not been met will be annulled, he
asserts.
HARRINGTON HALL ARRIVALS
J .B. Banks, Atlanta; Wr. R. Ennis,
Chattanooga Earl J. Bennett and wife,
Mrs. E. M. Bennett, Mrs. John T.
Davison, Rockville Center, N. Y.; Mrs.
Lacy C. Lantz, Miss Evelyn Lantz,
Pasadena, Calif.; Wm. S. Gosney, J.
M. Bennett, Atlanta; Frank Allen,
Raleigh; Dr. J. L. Brown, Miss Myrtle
Brown, Camilla, Ga.; Miss Evelyn
White. Plant City; J. W. York, Bos Boston:
ton: Boston: Thos H. WTalters. Philadelphia;
Robert McKa, Chas. S. Wrallace, Wm.
R. Ferguson, Philadelphia; J. H. Wil Wilcox
cox Wilcox and wife, Philadelphia; Dr. Chas.
H. LeBolt and wife, New York; J. H.
Gould, Lexington, Mass.; Mr. and
Mrs. Joseph Berning, Cincinnati; G.
R. Williams, Jacksonville; J. Stewart
and wife, Washington; B. M. Shive,
Jacksonville; R. M. Turner, Inverness,
E. W. Davis, Orlando; Robert Holz.
Cir cinnati; C. M. Derr, Boston; R. G.
Jenks and wife, Ossining, N. Y.; E. M.
Coffin, E. Genevieve Short, Providence,
R. I.; J. S. Thompson, Conyers, Ga.;
Wm. A. Gray, New York; Jacob J.
Wise and wife, Massillon. O.; Leo G.
Abendschoen, Baltimore; W. C. Clark,
New York; J. M. Withan, Baltimore;
F. M. Marsh and wife, Atlanta; J. H.
Carson and wife, Duluth, Minn.; B. E.
Hatterlv and wife. Fort Wayne, Ind.;
W. C. Rastetter and family. Fort
Wayne; W. S. Jones, Atlnata; Dr. and
Mrs. J. W. Aclora, Boston; the Misses
Pittan. Wallingford; C. S. Cunning Cunningham
ham Cunningham and wife, Orlando; W. R. Staf Stafford
ford Stafford and wife, C. G. Wallace. Jack Jacksonville;
sonville; Jacksonville; R. E. Reilly, South Carolina-,
J. H. Marsh, Jacksonville; H. W.
Willis, Dade City; E. J. Hetherineton,
Tampa.
Give her a box of beautiful station stationery
ery stationery on Valentine Day. It will be a
most acceptable gift. A wonderful as assortment
sortment assortment at THE SPECIALTY SHOP,
A. E. Gerig. 10-ot
Use the Star's Unclassified Column.

OPEN REBELLION

BY D'ANNUNZIO
War 'Vessels Under his Command
Have Captured a Transport with
Italian Troops on Board
(Associated Press)
Fiume, Feb. 16. Two war vessels
attached to D'Annunzio's forces have
Ci'ptured an Italian transport having
or board 1000 regular troops, in the
Gulf of Luernero. southwest of Fiume.
LARGE ACCESSION TO
THE AMERICAN LEGION
Marion County Post is Securing
Many New Members
Marion County Post No. 1. of the
American Legion, now has 95 mem members.
bers. members. By the next meeting of the post,
which will be held Thursday night,
March 1, it is hoped that the member membership
ship membership will have been greatly increased.
The entertainment committee f the
post is planning a big chicken pillau
supper for the next meeting and the
intention is to invite all of the ex ex-service
service ex-service men in the county to the sup supper.
per. supper. All those who are not already
members of the post will be given an
opportunity to find out what the Am American
erican American Legion stands for and will be
asked to become members. Between
new and this meeting the members of
the post are asked to sign up as many
new members as possible. Application
blanks for membership may be ob obtained
tained obtained from Louis H. Chazal, post ad adjutant,
jutant, adjutant, at the Board of Trade room,
Ocala, or from Laurie T. Izlar, chair chairman
man chairman of the entertainment committee,
who has his office in the Gary build building
ing building over the Marion Hardware store.
All persons are eligible to mem membership
bership membership in the post who were in the
military or naval service of the Unit United
ed United States during the period between
April G, 1917 and November 11, 1918,
both dates inclusive, and all persons
who served in the military or naval
service of any of the governments as associated
sociated associated with the United States dur during
ing during the world war, provided that they
were citizens of the United States at
the time of their enlistments and
have since repatriated themselves, ex except
cept except those persons separated from the
service under terms amounting to
dishonorable discharge, and except
also those persons who refused to per per-from
from per-from their military duties on the
ground of conscientious or political
objections.
The annual dues of Marion County
Post No. 1 are $3. These dues in include
clude include the national dues of one dollar,
state dues amounting to fifty cents, a
yearly subscription to the American
Legion Weekly and an American Le Legion
gion Legion button.
For the information of members of
the post who have not been getting the
weekly, during the last two weeks, the
pest adjutant states that all subscript
tions to the weekly were taken off the
list on Dec. 3, by order of the national
convention of the legion, and that they
are being re-instated as fast as the na national
tional national dues are paid. The national
dues of the members of the Marion
County Post have been paid for all
those that have joined up to date, and
their names have been forwarded
promptly to the state headquarters.
The circulation manager of the weekly
has announced that all of the names
will be put on the mailing list as fast
as possible.
FLORIDA SOFT PHOSPHATE AND
LIME COMPANY
Ocala, Florida.
The annual meeting of the stock stockholders
holders stockholders of the Florida Soft Phosphate
and Lime Company will be held at the
office of the corporation in Ocala. Flor Florida,
ida, Florida, on the twelfth day of March,
1920, at 12 o'clock, noon, for the fol following
lowing following purposes:
1. To elect a board of directors.
2. To transact such other business
as may properly come before the
stockholders. James H. Bowditch,
2-25-3t-tues Secretary-
ART CLASS MEETING
A meetine of the art class, conduct
ed bv the art committee of the Wom Woman's
an's Woman's Club, will be held tomorrow
morning at the club house, beginning
at 10 o'clock.
1 Undergraduate nurse would like the
care of invalid or children. Address
or phone Miss Carleton, Kendrick. 6t
See the special grocery prices being
offered by. WHITTINGTON all this
week. Phone 377. 16-4t
MRS. SARA JANE MANLY
Vocal culture at the Woman's Club.
Studio hours 10 to 12 a. m. 16-1 2t
Another fresh shipment of Nun Nun-nally's,
nally's, Nun-nally's, "The Candy of the South," at
Gerig's Drug Store. 1-30-tf

EX-EMPEROR MAY

BE INTERNED
Dutch Said to Have Promised the Al Allies
lies Allies to Shut Him Up for
Life at Doom
(Associated Press
The Hague, Feb. 16. The latest al allied
lied allied note to Holland regarding extra extradition
dition extradition of the former German emperor
ieerses the original demand for his
surrender and only asks his intern internment
ment internment with a suggestion that the for
mer monarch be sent, perhaps, to one
of the Dutch islands in the East In
dies, it became known todav. The As
sociated Press learns on excellent au
thority that the Dutch crovernment
has already determined to reply with
an offer actually to intern WTilhelm at
Doorn. Holland would accent full re
sponsibility of preventing him from
endangering the peace of the world,
establishing a guard over him and a
strict censorship.
HINDENBURG THE GREATEST
CRIMINAL
London, Feb. 16 The German press
is quoted in a Copenhagen dispatch
to have declared Field Marshal Von
Hmdenburg's surrender was demand demanded
ed demanded by the Allies not only because he
is alleged to have said the "most cruel
way is the most humane," because it
leads to an early end, but also becouse
of his responsibility for destruction,
of property during the German re re-tieat.
tieat. re-tieat. ENGLAND WILL GROW COTTON
Manchester, Eng., Jan. 28. (By the
Associated Press.) Lancashire cot cotton
ton cotton interests are so seriously disturb disturbed
ed disturbed regarding the future supply of raw
cotton, that a special meeting of the
chamber of commerce was called re recently
cently recently called to consider "the serious
menace to the staple trade of Lan Lan-cashine
cashine Lan-cashine which may arise in the event
of America's inability to supply this
country's future demand for raw cot cotton."
ton." cotton." The meeting also adopted a resolu resolution
tion resolution calling on the government to take
inr mediate steps to promote the grow growing
ing growing of cotton within the British Em Empire.
pire. Empire. Edwin Stockton, presiding, referred
to the pessimistic reports brought
back by delegates who had attended
the conference at New Orleans, and
said it must be remembered if any anything
thing anything occurred to interrupt materially
the supply of raw cotton to Lanca Lanca-sl.ine,
sl.ine, Lanca-sl.ine, the business here would be
feced with possible ruin and the whole
country would suffer. The speaker
cited authoritative reports regarding
increased consumption in America and
decreased production of cotton and
said:
"It would seem that the growing of
cotton within the empire would re remain
main remain one of the most desirable ob
jects which our statesmen could fos
ter."
Sir William Barton, member of
parliament, proposed a resolution re
cording a sense of danger of a future
shortage of cotton and urging the gov government
ernment government to take steps without delay
to advance by every means in its
power the growing of cotton within
the empire. He thought Mesopotamia
the most hopeful spot to meet the
needs of Lancashire. Egypt, he said,
had increased its acreage by 50 per
cent in the last 25 years but the total
crop had scarcely increased and he
expected very little help from India.
T. Crook thought the money spent
in trying to grow British cotton had
been to a large extend wasted and
that America was the most likely
place to increase the Lancashine cot cotton
ton cotton supply. Sir WTilliam Barton's
resolution was adopted.
Since the meeting referred to in the
foregoing, the British Empire cotton
growing committee has recommended
that the British board of trade grant
10,000 for five years to that commit committee
tee committee to promote the growth of cotton
within the empire. The committee
stated that the British cotton indus industry
try industry drew four-fifths of its supplies
from the United States and said there
was evidence of a world shortage of
cotton. Confidence was expressed by
the committee that if proper meas measures
ures measures were taken it would be possible
to grow within the empire "a very
lareg proportion of the cotton it re requires."
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want a strike, and if-they have time
and proper support from the public
they may prevail. Certainly they
should have good wages as high as
the traffic will bear. But they should
not expect to be paid so highly that 1
there will be a deficit in the revenue
of the railroads that the public will i
have to make up thru taxation. The i
radical element among railroad men, j
however, is desirous of a strike any-
hr.w, and driving the government into j
adopting the Plumb plan, which would

be virtual confiscation of private
property. It is more likely to drive
the government into using machine
gwns, and if the trouble begins there
U no telling where it will end. Like
everything else, organized labor has
more to gain by peace than by war.
IS IT WRONG TO
PRINT THE NEWS?

WORE OLD DUTCH HEADGEAR

The Ocala Star is in trouble and j

anguish of mind. So is the Ocala
Banner. They have printed the
straight facts about an atrocious
murder in Marion county. Both pap papers
ers papers gave only the naked facts without
expressing any opinion. Yet the Star
tells us that well trained lawyers say
ttiese two newspaper stories will com complicate
plicate complicate the case.
"We have been informed," says the
Star, "by well trained lawyers that
these two newspaper stories will com complicate
plicate complicate the trial of the men accused

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Indignation over the letter of Vis Viscount
count Viscount Grey on the assumption that it
13 an interference in the affairs of
this country, comos with poor grace
from the people who are raising reso resolutions
lutions resolutions insisting on the liberation of
Ireland. Miami Herald.
Now, you've said it.

goes against the defendants will give
their lawyers a good claim for an another
other another trial. Judging by this, the only
juror who will be a competent juror
will be one who has not read a news newspaper;
paper; newspaper; or, better, one who can't read
anything."
Let us reassure the Star. The day
is long past when a citizen is dis disqualified
qualified disqualified from service on juries, in
criminal cases, merely because he has
read a newspaper account of the case.
All intelligent men read newspapers.
The name of a man who does not read

What apartments and bungalows, if j them ought not to be put in the jury jury-any,
any, jury-any, are at present available in Ocala? I box from which jurors are drawn.
The Board of Trade would like to j Ht is not sufficiently intelligent. If
knew. The secretary states that peo-, a juror, upon being examined on what
pie are leaving the city because they 'the laws calls his voir dire should say
cannot find the accommodations that ; that the newspaper account had made
they desire. The demand according! So deep an impression on his mind as
to the secretary is for four and five to give him a bias or create a pre pre-roomed
roomed pre-roomed apartments or bungalows fur-1 judice, the presiding judge would ex-

nished. The ar-artmcnts and bunga

lows must be well furnished, must be
in good condition, well located and
must have all modern conveniences.
Any one having housing facilities of
this description should notify the
Board of Trade.

cuse that juror from service.

Newspapers ought not to try to
prejudice cases in the courts, but
they have the right and it is their
duty to print the news. Moreover, a
newspaper editor or reporter has a
right to express an opinion if he
wants to. Gainesville Sun.

The peerless Wm. Grapejuice Bryan The Star isn't m anguish at all,

will speak in Ocala at 2:30 p. m. next neither is the Banner, so far as we

Thursday, presumably from the band-; know. We wrote the article for gen gen-stand
stand gen-stand in the public square. He comes ;, ei al and not local application. We
to made an address in behalf of the! have often in times past heard law-

Florida Educational and Temperance

League. The Star hopes all the moon-

yers question jurors as to whether
they had read an account of a mur-

shiners and bootleggers in the county ; der case in such and such a paper,
will be present. Mr. Bryan, unless he i and we have seen some of the most
has deteriorated, is truly a matchless infernally bum-de-lally juries selected
orator, and if he could get a fair : on that policy. So far as we are con con-chance
chance con-chance at the wicked moonshiners he i cerned, if we were being tried, and
might tell them something that would were innocent, we would want the
help what little better nature thev most intelligent men in the commu-

have to expel the sour mash from their j nHy on the jury. It would make no

difference to us how many news newspapers
papers newspapers they had read. We are glad
to have the reassurance of the editor
of the Sun on the subject, as he is a
good iudge of-both the law and the

I evidence, but we fear that he will find

evil hearts.

The democratic party has gone on
record as against military training
for the youth of the nation., in spite of

UiC UlULCat LI I J lUCSlUClll licit LUC I a At
matter be held over for consideration the are exceptions to the very reas reas-at
at reas-at the national convention. The move on"ble rule he has marked out-

has the approval of Wm. J. Bryan and
we believe it will be popular with the
voters generally. Fort Lauderdale
Herald.
Neither Wm. J. Bryan nor a minor minority
ity minority of Congress is the democratic

party, and M

Mr. Wilson has signalized his return
to health; or partial health, by giving
the bounce to Robert Lansing, who
since the resignation of William J.
Bryan has held the position of secre-

Wileon has more right 1 tary of state. Mr. Wilson's ostensible

to speak for the party, or the nation, j reason for this action is that during
than either. We have heard a large his illness Lansing has been calling

number of o;ood democrats speak in ; meetings of the cabinet. It is evident,
favor of military training, and nobody however, from the correspondence be-

has any rifjht to ray the party is tween the president and Lansing, that

against it until the party has
pressed itse'i which it hasn't.

ex-

The Manatee River Journal says:
There sac ma to bo more and more
sentiment as the c'av? sro by that Sen

ator Duncan U. rietcher should be re-jatrit, whose letters

Mr. Wilson is much displeased by the
d fference of opinion with him shown
by Lansing in regard to the peace
treaty and some other affairs. In the

correspondence referred to, Mr. Lans
ing has much the best of the presi

would indicate

elected to renrosent Florida in the that he is yet afflicted by the irrita

"United States The vrtev has''0!1- of a sick man. Mr. Wilson has

spent considerable time in Washing-' kfcen under great mental and physi physi-tcn
tcn physi-tcn during the vast six vcars and has 1 strain ever since he took office,

been in nosition to find out what was particularly during the last year, in

going on., rid we .can truthfully say h he has seen a great and un
there are iV.v if a iv senators who : selfish plan for the betterment of hu

stand hirdior b W;. :h"r.rto:i than Sen-' mt-nity broken up by partisanship,
ator Fletcher and we would like to ee'v-r'' considerable allowance should be

him win bv r; nv ow-Vi .-1 ro v or miinri. ; made for his seeming: ill timper. But

ty in the nrini ;.v next Jure How-i't must be conceded that he has been

ever, it will not do to suppose that he "r just to Lansing. Every cabinet of of-has
has of-has a walkawa-. for m-in v times when '. ficer is in control of his department

it looks that way the man who is not unless the president overrules him.
thought to be to win does winj There is no reason why the cabinet of-
and we fi, mly b- !iov :t would be a fleers should not have met and con con-calamity
calamity con-calamity for "Florida to not re-elect j suited during the president's illness,
Senator Fletcher. He has been there and either he knew and did not dis-

lcng enough now to know how to do
things for the state, and has the abil ability
ity ability to do things right.

Mr. Wilson has prevailed on the
maintenance of way employes and shop
laborers of the railways to defer
their strike. He has informed the
men of his intention to appoint a com committee
mittee committee of wa-re experts to go thor thoroughly
oughly thoroughly into their claims. On this
basis the union leaders agreed to de delay
lay delay further demands for increased
wages and called a convention of their
general comnrtteemen to be held in
Washington February 23. This may
be for the better or for the worse. If
we are going to have a strike anyhow,
the sooner we have it the better. On
the other hand, deferring a strike may
result in its being averted altogether.
Conservative railroad men do not

approve of the meetings, or he was

too sick to know anything about them.
In either case, he has no right to com com-p'ain.
p'ain. com-p'ain. As for Mr. Lansing's disagree disagreement
ment disagreement with some of the president's
opinions, as long as he carried out his
orders he did what he was hired to do.
Mr. Lansing is not a man of special
prominence. He had been a subordi subordinate
nate subordinate in the state department for a
number of years when promoted to
his late position, and nobody seems to
know whether he is a democrat or re republican.
publican. republican. Mr. Wilson has been using
him as a clerk, and if, as many say,
there has been a difference of opinion
between them for the last three years
he should have fired him sooner, or
else let him finish his term.

Rochester Woman Excited Comment
by Appearing in Court With Pic Picturesque
turesque Picturesque Adornment.

Th costume of Mrs. Julia Vos In
a Rochester court excited much atten attention.
tion. attention. Mrs. Vos is the grandmother of
two children over whom there was
litigation after the parting of their
parents. The aged woman is a na native
tive native of Frieseland, Holland.
She appeared in court with an old
Dutch headgear that would have de delighted
lighted delighted the heart of the painter Van
Dyk. On the sides of her coiffeur
were two thin gold plates bound tight tightly
ly tightly to her head which kept her hair
pressed close above her ears. The
plates are slightly concave, of the
finest old burnished gold and fitted
the contour of her head. Over he
gold plates was an old Frieseland lace
bonnet, ivory colored from age. a
treasure of her maiden days. The lit little
tle little frilled lace visor in front of the
bonnet was a marvel of the lace mak maker's
er's maker's art, and a 6-inch frill made of
some stiffened material like malines
net fanned out behind her neck and
over her shoulders like a ruffle of Sir
Walter Raleigh. In a quaint observ observance
ance observance of the customs of the land of
her adoption Mrs. Vos had surmount surmounted
ed surmounted her artistic headgear with a fla flagrantly
grantly flagrantly black high-cocked bonnet. The
old world touched the new on Mrs.
Vos head, with the artistic odds
greatly against the new.

Search for Finer Wool.
The possibility of developing new
sources of fine wool has been sug suggested.
gested. suggested. Referring in Nature to a new
search for the golden fleece, Prof. J.
C. Ewart of the University of Edin Edinburgh
burgh Edinburgh states that the first domesticat domesticated
ed domesticated sheep in Europe were undoubtedly
introduced about 7000 B. C. and that
nearly pure descendants of this an ancient
cient ancient Neolithic breed a urial, Ovi?
viegnel still survive on the small un uninhabited
inhabited uninhabited island of Soay (Sheep is island),
land), island), near St. Kilda. Crosses be between
tween between Soay and Southdown sheep
yield excellent mutton, with wool of
remarkable strength and quality ; and
the late discoveries indicate that
crosses of the urial with other wild
types may yield still finer and more
beautiful wool. These discoveries in include
clude include that of wool forming the inner
coat of several of the wild sheep of
Asia. This wool is longer than that
of the Sony sheep. md decidedly finer
than and quite as wlii'e a superfine
Ati"traliiUi merino, regarded a the
finest ?'fw1 n-!)' ',: "'r'd

OCALA FRATERNAL ORDERS

KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS

Ocala, Lodge No. 19. Conventions
held every Monday evening at 7:30
o'clock at the Castle Hall over the G.
C. Greene Co. drugstore. A cordial
welcome to visiting brothers.
W. M. Parker, C. C.
Chas. K. Sage, K. of R. & S.

ORDER OF EASTERN STAR

Ocala Chapter No. 20, O. E. S.,
meets at the Masonic hall the second

and fourth Thursday evenings of each
month at 8 o'clock.
Mrs. Lillian Simmons, W. M.
Mrs. Susan Cook, Secretary.

WOODMEN OF THE WORLD

Fort King Camp No. 14 meets at

K. of P. hall at 7:30 p. m. every sec
ond and fourth Friday. Visiting sov
ereigns are always welcome.
J. C. Bray, C. C.
Chas. K. Sage, Clerk.

ODD FELLOWS

Tulula Lodge No. 22, I. O. O. F.,
meets every Tuesday evening in the
Odd Fellows' hall on the third floor of
the old Star office building at 7:30 p.
m. A warm welcome always extended
to visiting brothers.
C. W. Moremen, N. G.
W. L. Colbert, Secretary.
OCALA LODGE NO. 286, B. P. O. E.

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THE O. H. S. CARNIVAL

Come and see. See what? The big
Ocala High School carnival. It will
be held in the Ocala House gardens,
back of the Ocala House, on the eve evening
ning evening of Feb. 20th. Be loyal to the O.
H. S. Attend the big carnival and
bring your friends with you and have
a jolly big time. It is absolutely the
greatest event that ever happened in
Ocala. Don't miss the carnival. Re Remember
member Remember the date, Feb. 20th. Every Everybody
body Everybody come. That's the word come,
come to the O. H. S. carnival.

ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE
OF TRAINS IN OCALA

Ocala Lodge No. 286, Benevolent
and Protective Order of Elks, meets
the second and four Tuesday eve evenings
nings evenings of each month. Visiting breth brethren
ren brethren always welcome. Lodge rooms
upstairs over Troxler's and the Book
Shop, 113 Main street.
J. H. Spencer. E. R.
R. A. M. CHAPTER No. 13
Regular convocations of the Ocala
Chapter No. 13, R. A. M.. on the first
Friday in every month at 8 p. m.
H. S. Wesson, H. P.
Jake Brown, Secretary.

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OCALA EVENING STAR, MONDAY, FEBRUARY 16. 1920

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18 ROOM HOUSE
FOR SALE
To fJose Out Estate
Located on quarter-acre
lot one block trom Postotlice,
cheap at $3000. Price will
be reduced $10 per day until
sold.
PRICE TODAY $2770
It interested see me at once
FRANK W. DITTO
Real Estate Oca la, Fla.

OCALA OCCURRENCES

A PRETTY VALENTINE PARTY

If you have
phone five-one.

any

Mr. Mack Taylor is home from a
business trip to Atlanta.

Mr. Albert Griffin of the Carroll
Motors Company is a business visitor
in Citrus county thi3 week.

Mr. R. A. Alfred of Georgia Supply
Company, spent the week-end in the
city.

Mr. Yarborough, a prominent citi citizen
zen citizen of Coleman, died Friday at his
home after a brief illness.

Saturday afternoon at the home of

h'i- grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. B A.!

Weathers, winsome little Miss Mar Mar-society
society Mar-society items, aret Stevens entertained about a
; dozen of her little friends at a beau

tiful valentine party. Assisting the

yung hostess in entertaining her!

gcests at many dinerent lively games
were her mother, Mrs. Vernie Stev Stevens,
ens, Stevens, her aunt, Mrs. George Ford and
Misses Meta Jewett and Frances Mc Mc-Iver.
Iver. Mc-Iver. After several hours merrily
spent at the jolly games, the hostess
and her guests repaired to the dining
lo'-m. which was made most attrac attractive
tive attractive with valentine decorations, and
refreshments of ice cream, cake and
candies were enjoyed. Very clever
;ind unique valentine favors were giv

en to each one present. Those pres-

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i ent were the following: Frances Clark,

Mr. Randolph Chalker is in Jack-; Ma: tha Taylor, Nita Chazal. Marian Marian-scnville
scnville Marian-scnville today on business for the j a Neighbour, Fiances Gary, Mar-

Carroll Motors Company of this city.
Mrs. J. W. Akin is convalescing
after a severe illness. Her friends are
glad to learn of her improvement.

The many friends of Master Paul

Theus will be glad to hear that he is

somewhat better after a long illness.

Sec Mc
For All Classes Oi
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Building
J. D. McCaskill
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Phone 416. 728 Wenona St.

Mclver & MacKay
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PHONES 47. 104 9
OCALA. FLORIDA

Mr. Henry Chalker returned this
morning from a business trip to Jack Jacksonville
sonville Jacksonville in the interest of the Carroll
Motors Company.

Mrs. Chas. K. Sage is spending the
week in Tampa attending the Gas Gas-parilla
parilla Gas-parilla celebration and fair, the guest
of Mrs. E. C. Sage.

Miss Flora B. Whitney of Bing Bing-hamton,
hamton, Bing-hamton, N. Y., is an attractive visitor
at the home of Mr. and Mrs. W. II.
Fausler at their farm two miles north
of Ocala.

THe: MOTORISTS: Protect
'-ylViN your eyes from sun, road
2? .rlare, dust and wind.
.sec Wear tinted protectors
'J.wt by day and clear protec protectors
tors protectors at night.
DR. K. J. WEIHE,
Optometrist and Optician.
Eyesight Specialist

T

Mr. and Mrs. Frank T. Wilson and
sen are now making their home at
the residence of Mrs. Perdue on Fort
King avenue.

Mr. Edward Green will conclude his
furlough today, leaving this after afternoon
noon afternoon for Atlanta. Mr. Green's friends
hope that his next visit will be permanent.

g-iret Chace, Frances DraKs. Edward
Ileivenston and Spencer Cuilen.
Already Memorial avenue or "Vic "Victory
tory "Victory Way," is becoming very popular.
Yesterday afternoon automobiles and
a great number of people were seen
on this street and at the beautiful
park, which was crowded the entire
afternoon. We vare glad to see that
Ocala is showing such patriotic enthusiasm.

For a consideration said to be in
the neighborhood of $175,000 the R.
S. Hall estate has purchased from the
First National Bank a number of lots
in the Garrison and several blocks
fronting on the Ybor City estuary.
Definite plans for the development of
the property have not been announced,
but it is understood that several large
warehouses will he erected thereon.
Tnmpa Tribune.
rfER LIFE FOR HER PUPPIES

Mrs. M. B. Reed returned to her
home at Eastlake this afternoon after
having spent the last three months in
the city with her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. John E. Bailey.

Mrs. Lula Loveland Sheppard of the
Rocky Mountains, will deliver an ad address
dress address at the Methodist church tomor tomorrow
row tomorrow (Tuesday) evening at 8 o'clock,
on the "Menace of Mormonism."

OAK and PINE
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L. ALEXANDER
PRACTICAL CARPENTER
AND BUILDER
Careful Estimates ma.de on all Con Contract
tract Contract work. Gives More and Better
Work for the Money than any other
contractor in the city.

Mr. and Mrs. R. T. Adams with a
party of friends took a tour yester yesterday
day yesterday of the Lake region section, their
destination being Orlando., where they
enjoyed part of the annual musical
festival now in progress.
Mr. and Mrs. Jones in their Chand Chandler
ler Chandler car, Mr. and Mrs. Percy Perkins
and Mr. and Mrs. L. W. Ponder spent
yesterday at Orlando, taking in the
Sunday program of the music festival
that is being held in that city.
Mr. J. P. Scott of Wildwood died
Saturday at his home after a brief
illness. Mr. Scott was a highly re respected
spected respected man and one of the best citi citizens
zens citizens of that county, and will be much
missed. He was a member of the
board of county commissioners of

Sumter county.

Airedale Never Hesitated When Called
Upon to Make the Supreme
Sacrifice to Duty.
Again a mother has given her life

fcr her young.
This time the setting Is the San
Francisco waterfront, down where
whistles scream, hoists squeal and
rattle, engines chug and there Is a me mechanical
chanical mechanical ensemble of Industrial noise
the long day through. The principals
are dogs a wiry-haired Airedale
mother and her four puppies.
A scow was home to the canine fam family.
ily. family. One day a swell overturned the
basket in which the pups lay, and ov overboard
erboard overboard they went. Tliere was no
human aid near. But the mother
leaped to the rescue of her drowning
oft spring. One by one she brought the
little pups to safety. But before she
could reach the last one It drowned.
Men found her on deck, still holding
the body of the dead puppy, and with
the three others scrambling and whin whining
ing whining around her. The mother was too
exhausted to move. They sent for a
physician, but when he arrived the
rescued pups were orphans.
To the burden of her own six pups,
en Irish s-etter who lives aboard the

same scow, has added the care q
three foster childern, the orphans 'of

the Airedale mother.

FEB. 16-21
Fresh Country EGGS ASn
per dozen OC
Eight-pound bucket CjO tZf
SNOWDRIFT D- -OU
Eight-pound bucket 0 CCZ
COTTOLENE J OD
Four-pound bucket f Q C
COTTOLENE 31.30
Six-pound bucket I QP
CRISCO JJLI70
Three-pound bucket d 1 AA
CRISCO 31.UU
IV -lb. bpeket PA
CRISCO OUC
40 to 50 PRUNES, two AKn
pounds, for T"OC
ATLANTIC Matches, C
two packages for ACJC
TALL CREAM C
per can i O C
TALL CREAM f- "TC
per dozen cans J)X0
WHITE RING Self-Rising FLOUR
(best at any price) QA
12-lb. bag CJUC
2Mb. bag WHITE RING 1 7C
Flour Ml.0
Extra Fancy Evaporated OP
Peaches, per pound 3C
No. 2 cans Baltimore Tamo- 1 P
toes, standard pack IOC
FREE CITY DELIVERY

H. B. WHITTINGTON
Phone 377

HAVE YOUR MOTOR WASHED
F RE E I
Buy your motor oil at our filling station, corner
Washington and North Main streets, and we wash
out your motor free. This means quite a saving
5 Gal. Texas Motor Oil, Medium $3.50
5 Gal. Texas Motor Oil, Heavy $4.00
5 Gal. Texas Motor Oil Extra Heavy .S4.50
Compare these prices with what you are now
paying, to say nothing of the free cleaning service
we give you.
THIS OFFER IS FOR TEN DAYS
ONLY
AUTO SALES CO-
Mack Taylor

Read the Star Want Ads. It pays

RAILROAD

SCHEDULES

Arrival and Departure of passenger
trains at OCALA UNION STATION.
The following schedule figures pub published
lished published as information and not guar guaranteed.
anteed. guaranteed. (Eastern Standard Time)
SEABOARD AIR LINE RAILROAD
Leave Arrive

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

Jacksonville 1:30 pm

Jacksonville 4:25 pm

Tampa Tampa-Tampa
Tampa Tampa-Tampa Manatee Manatee-St.
St. Manatee-St. Petersburg
Tampa-Manatee

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

ATLANTIC COAST LINE RAILROAD
Leave Arrive

2:12 pm Jacksonville-N'York 3:15 air

1:55 pm
4:05 pm
2:15 am
2:lam

1:50 pm

2:15 am
3:35 pm

1:35 pm

Mr. and Mrs. Neil Johnson left yes yesterday
terday yesterday afternoon for a visit to points
on the east and west coasts, after
which they will return to Ocala for
another visit with the latter's sister,
Mrs. Howard Clark and family, before
returning to their home in Texas.
Mrs. Robert Camp went to Tampa
Sunday to pay a visit to her son and
daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Vaughn
Camp, who are visiting at the home
of the latter's mother, Mrs. S. L.
Lowry and family. Mrs. Camp will
return to Ocala for another visit with
her relatives before returning to her
home in Franklin, Va.
Mrs. R. M. Hendry of Cornell was
called to Live Oak last week on ac account
count account of the illness of her sister, Mrs.
G. W. Robertson, who died several
days ago. Mrs. Hendry's friends in
this section svmnathize with her in

her bereavement. Mrs. Robertson is j

survived by four sisters and one
brother.

Yesterdays' Times-Union printed a
lenethy account of the Topping-

DIDNT QUITE GET THE IDEA
Japanese Geisha Girl Meant Well, But

American Traveling Man
Remained Hunflry.

Baron Itempei Kondo, president of
the Japan Mail Steamship company,
said at a dinner that he gave recently

in New York :

"The Japanese are a very clean

people. I know an American traveler

who will testify to this.

"The traveler, half famished, made

hi? way one day into a teahouse In a
remote Japanese village. The geisha

girl ushered him into a spotless, airy

room, and brought him a cup of un

sweetened tea. As he could speak no
Japanese, he tried to explain by signs
that he wanted a full meal, but the
girl, though she smiled politely, failed

to understand.

"So the traveler thought he would
report to another means. He took out

his notebook and pencil, drew a fish

and an egg, and handed the drawing

to the geisha. This time she laughed
delightedly, clapping her hands and

ran from the room.

"The traveler was pleased. He

waited contentedly for his meal

Five or ten minutes passed. Then

the door opened, and two attendants

staggered in with a portable bath

brimful of hot water, and a cake of

soap."

1:45 pm J'ksonville-Ga'nsville 3:35 pm Turner wedding, at which Miss We-

ncna Wetherbee ot tnis cuy was one
of the attendants., and the following
mention was made of her: "Miss
Metherbee was gowned in flesh geor

gette crepe, with a becoming pink pic-

6:42 am J'ksonville-G'nesvile 10:13 pm
3:18 am St.Pet'sbrg-Lakeland 2:12 am

3:35 pm St.Pet'sbrg-Lakeland 1:25 pm
7:10 am Dunnellon-Wilcox
7:25 am Dun'ellon-L'kelnd 11:03 pm

10 lpm Lesburg 6:42 am ture hat and carried an armful of pink
4:4.rpm Gainesville 11:50 am ct rnations." Miss Wetherbee return return-Monday,
Monday, return-Monday, Wednesday, Friday. I eel home yesterday afternoon, after a
Tuesday. Thursday. Saturday. j fcV- days pleasantly snent in Jackson-

NOTICE

ville.

The annual meeting of the members
of the Marion County Hospital Asso Association
ciation Association will be held at the hospital,
Tuesday morning, March 9th, 1920, at
nine o'clock.
The object of the meeting is to
elect officers for the ensiling year, to
receive the annual reports and to

transact such other business as may J

be brought up.
T. T. Munroe, President.
Attest: E. H. Martin, Sec'y. 9-eod
Use the Star's Unclassified Column.

Mr. W. H. Hitt. who traveled this
section for several years in the inter interest
est interest of the Woodmen of the World, is a
business visitor in the city for a few
days and is being given hearty greet greetings
ings greetings by his many friends here. Mr.
Hitt has now established an insurance

agency in Jacksonville, representing ; giaduate course.

the National Life Insurance Company
of Chicago.

Startled Even New York.

Mrs. Carl Lamb, of Philadelphia.

wife of Lieutenant Carl Lamb. U. S.

N.. recently startled New York by

walking down Fifth avenue with a rag
loll about twelve inches tall tied to
her arm bv a silken cord of about the

j same length not a pretty doll at all,
! "just c-ute." Mrs. Lamb said herself.
! "Of course, he's got a name," she
aid. "He's Patsy Dooley. His brother,
j Thnmn Squeelix, is In Philadelphia
I with my sister. I have no intention of

If Everything Was As
Cheap As Our Ice
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.
DcaHa Hce & Packing Co.

Improved Farm wanted

on good road. Give full

particulars and all im improvement
provement improvement in detail.

QEI ME GLORIA EOT

Let us quote you prices
on a Monument or Head Headstone
stone Headstone to mark the last rest resting
ing resting place of your loved
ones.
MARBLE OR GRANITE.
OCALA MARBLE WORKS
E. W. LEAVENGOOD, Mgr.
N. Magnolia St.
OCALA. FLORIDA.

DAVID S

W00DR0W

Real Estate
Room 8 Merchant Block
Ocala Florida

LIFR

FIRE

startlnc: a Fifth avenue fad. I made
E'atsy to take to China and keep me
company when I go there within a few
mo;ith."

He will not be in

hU office before Maich 7th. "-m

DR. CLIFFORD B. AYER

Has one north to take a post

Fresh lot of Influenza Sero Bacterin
(Mulford's) just in. We keep oar Bac Bac-terins
terins Bac-terins and Serums on ice all the time.

rorrt- Ro. l- r'tv. Vi'i-ii ic nna rf lYmr doctor will aDnreciate this. Call

$2770 is the price of the lS-room the best. New lot just in at Gerig'sjus up when you want some. Gerig'a
house today. Ditto. It Drug Store. 1-80-tf JDrug Store. 1-30-tf

A. K. GER1G
INSURANCE
OcaUi. FJoriibi
ACCIDENT AUTOMOBILE

Jontecl Cilver Plated Vanity Box
and Jonteel Roup-. all for one dollar
while they last. The Vanity Box alone
is worth 1.50. Gerig's Drug Store.

P. O. BOX GOG

STAR JOB

DEPARTMENT

PHONE 51

LETTERHEADS, BILLHEADS, CARDS,
CIRCULARS, FOLDERS, FINE BOOKLETS, ETC.

WE NEVER DISAPOINT A CUSTOMER ON A
PROMISE. YOU GET THE JOB WHEN ITS DUE.

y

r a

WIHIST

Negotiable Storage Receipts Issued

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

on Cotton, Automobiles, Etc.

LONG DISTANCE MOVING
Phone 296



i

OCA LA E VEXING STAR, MONDAY, FEBRUARY 16, 1920

LATEST LOCALS

CUTTING AND SHOOTING

! There was considerable excitement
Temperature, Sunday morning. 40; ; on tfce streets last night cau-ed by an
Sunday afternoon, Co; this morning, j aftray at the Greek-American restau restau-30;
30; restau-30; this afternoon, 55. rant between C. Jeffres. the nronrie-

Aftera very pleasant week's visit
with his Ocala friends, Mr. Marcus
Frank has returned to New York.

There were two small fire3 yester yesterday,
day, yesterday, but the fireboys gave them no
chance to get a start.

Mr. R. A. Burford has returned
from Gainesville, where he has been
attending court for a week.

Mr. E. W. Davis of Orlando is in
the city, and will aid State Attorney
Scofield in the prosecution of the men
accused of the murder of Mr. Guthery.

Mr. R. T. Adams, proprietor of the
Harrington Hall hotel, bought a new
Studebaker automobile Saturday from
Philip G. Murphy, the local agent.
Judge W. E. Smith left Saturday
afernoon for Waco, Texas, for a much
needed vaaction. He will be gone about
two weeks and will make several stops
en route, visiting relatives.

That cheerful but somewhat elon elongated
gated elongated person, Sibbald Wilson, is in the
city from Chicago., for a visit to his
parents, sister and numerous friends.
Mr. O. E. .Harrell and Miss Clara
Stone were joined in wedlock by Judge
Smith in his office late Saturday.

Mr. and Mrs. Meadows and family
of Anthony have come to Ocala to re reside
side reside and are occupying the house on
Watula street recently vacated by
Mi. R. M. Martin and family.

A telegram received this afternoon
from Orlando says that the weather
buieau predicts freezing weather to tonight
night tonight as far south as the twenty twenty-seventh
seventh twenty-seventh parallel. This means freezing
as far down as Fort Myers on the
west coast and as far down as Palm
Beach on the east coast.

Miss Caroline Harriss has come
from Ocala to pay a visit to Miss
Ethel Jackson and on Tuesday Miss
Jackscn and Mrs. Samuel Barco will
be at home for Miss Harriss and Miss
Jackson's ether guest, Miss Helen
Gibbs of Spokane. This is the first
of a series of teas which the two
hostesses will give during the winter.
Miami Metropolis.

tor, and H. A. Evans, a traveling,
salesman for a Jacksonville house. j
The Star has heard several ac-.
counts, all nearly alike, and from them'
it would appear that Evans went into
the restaurant about 9 o'clock and or ordered
dered ordered a hamburger sandwich. Jeff res
had no meat for the sandwich and
some words passed between the two
men. Evans went back into the
Greek's kitchen, acting and talking in
a threatening and abusive manner,
whereupon the Greek picked up a big
knife and drove him out, giving him
two severe slashes in doing so. Evans
went back to his room in the Har Harrington,
rington, Harrington, washed the blood off his face,
procured his pistol and returned to
the restaurant. When he entered he
opened fire on the Greek, who was
standing behind the counter, hitting
him twice. Jeffres dropped behind the
counter and Evans reached over and
emptied his pistol in Jeffres' direction.
He fired five shots and hit the Greek
four times.
By this time a crowd gathered and
took charge of the two men, both of
whom were bleeding like stuck pigs.
Both were carried to the hospital
where they now are. Neither is ser seriously
iously seriously wounded, and a phone message
at 3 p. m. today. said they were doing
well. i
The Greek is a good-natured old
man and probably had no idea his cus customer
tomer customer was mad with him until he
i
charged into his kitchen. He has a
good many friends, who hope he will
soon recover from his wounds.

0

SCHOOLS MAY BE SHUT

SUFFERED TERRIBLY
Columbus, Ga.: '"I xzA to suffer terri terribly
bly terribly with frail-stone puin- and cramps at

c-rtasa times until I
u;i two of Dr.
Pierce's splendid
medicines, the Fa Favorite
vorite Favorite Prescription
and the Pleasant
Pf-ll-ts. I took two
bottles of the 'Pre 'Prescription'
scription' 'Prescription' according
to directions on bot bottle
tle bottle and the pellets'
I took as I needed
them. These medi medicines
cines medicines gave rne simply
wonderful relief and

my pains all disappeared. I never hesitate
in recommending Dr. Pierce's .emediea
because I know thev can l? relied upon."
MRS. EF1TE RAPE, 3UOT Second Ave.
Heat Flashes, Dizziness
Athens, Ga.: "During middle life I was
in most mi-serable health. I was so weak
that I could scarcely get around to do my
houscwork. I also had heat flashes and
dizzy spells with smothering and nervous nervous-ness
ness nervous-ness so that I could not sleep at night. I
doctored for almost a year without any im improvement
provement improvement and I was very discouraged when
a friend suggested that I try Dr. Pierce's
Favorite Prescription and see if that would
not relieve me of my distress. The first
bottle of the 'Prescription' overcame the
hemorrhage and nervousness and built me
up into a stronger and healthier condition
than for some time past.
"I also commenced to take Dr. Pierce's
Pleasant Pellets at the same time to regulate
my stomach and bowels and I found them
to act so splendidly that I -have not only
given them to my husband and children
but to my neighbors as well, and the 'Pel 'Pellets'
lets' 'Pellets' have always given the utmost relief
from constipation, sluggish liver and
stomach disorders. Thee 'Pellets' I keep
in my home all the time, ready for imme immediate
diate immediate use, and I really believe I could not
keep house without them." MRS. ROXY
FIT Z PAT RICK, 115 Mitchell St.
Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription is a
remedy that any ailing woman can safely
take because it is prepared from roots, does
not contain alcohol or narcotics. Its in ingredients
gredients ingredients are printed on wrapper. Get it
to-day, either in liquid or tablet form.
Send 10c. for large trial package of tablets.
Address Dr. Pierce's Invalids' Hotel,
Buffalo, N. Y.

In the last few days, there has been
considerable uneasiness among public
school patrons on account of the flu.
Not many children have been afflicted

with the disease, but parents gener- A .
ally fear an epidemic. WAMx D, LOST. FOUND, FOR
The city health officer has been ob- SALE, FOR RENT AND SIM-

UNCLASSIFIED
ADVERTISEMENTS

ILAR LOCAL NEEDS

Cherry Baik Cough Syrup Is one of
the best. iNew lot just in at Gerig's
Drug Store. 1-30-tf

Miss Grace Avery, a guest at the
Hotel Halcyon, entertained on Wed Wednesday
nesday Wednesday evening for Miss Harriss and
Miss Gibbs in the grill of the Royal
Palm, her guests being Miss Angelica
Yonge, Miss Jackson, Oiaf Zewadski,
G. tSorer, Robert Saliigan, Fred Pier Pier-son
son Pier-son and Howard Osborne. Miami Me Metropolis.

machine shop, at once.
OCALA IRON WORKS

Mr. Como Massey of New York ar arrived
rived arrived in the city yesterday to spend a
month as the guest of his mother,
Mrs. W. 0. Massey. Mr. Massey was
accompanied by a friend who is a

guest at the

they expect to spend a great deal of
their time hunting and fishing. Mr.
Massey's many friends in Ocala are
always glad to have him with them
and both he and his friend will be
given a cordial reception.

serving the situation and has been re reluctant
luctant reluctant to close the schools unless ab

solutely necessary. On investigating! .RATES Six line maximum, one
the schools this morning he found the time, 25c. ;three times, 50c; six times
attendance to be in the primary 75c; one month $3. Payable in ad ad-school,
school, ad-school, 66 per cent; in the grammar ; vance.
school 80 per cent and in the high i
school 94 per cent, showing plainly! 1&T A lVnPlE?Tto
that the older the scholars the lessj VVill 1 HiflJ
the alarm. At the primary school at.f f f rf
9 a. m., he found the temperature 52, 1AC1Pers lOT HHinOTy anil

which rose to 60 at 10:30. There was
no thermometer at the high school,
but all the rooms were cold.
Tht oitv health officer sav? there

arc thirty active cases of flu in the VOA Deiw.een uaK ana summer summer-city.
city. summer-city. That does not include convales-; flcld one 32 x 3' casing and tube on
cents nor ,we fear, a considerable rim- Finder please return to M. O.
number of those lightly affected, but Linton, care Arlo Box Co., Oak, Fla.,
abH to go around and spread the in-,and receive reward. 16-6t
fection.
It is probable that the schools will FOR SALE Or exchange, Maxwell
be closed, not because there is any light delivery truck for a light run run-great
great run-great danger of the flu, but because about; metal panel body; first clas3
the people are panicky and are likely, condition. Can be seen at the home of
in spite of the compulsory attendance Fred Punze, 216 N Main St. Ask for
law. to keen their children at home Mr. Gray. 1-16-

until the alarm has subsided.

LOST Ladies' wrist watch, solid

gold, engraved, hexagon shaped case,
white ribbon with black border at-

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LKER MTOMdDlI

PHILIP Go MURPHY
GARY BLOCK - OCALA, FLORIDA

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producer, thereby saving the profits ;
of the city wood yard. Orders filled
anywhere in the city. Phone 39 M. C. j
P. Howell, Ocala. 20-m
LOST Gold watch, hunting case,!
Waltham movement, No. 7169928.!
Finder bring to Star office and receive
a reward. 12-6t
!
POR SALE Our seeds are carefully!
selected and tested for Florida. Sendj
for our. special price list for farmers i
and gardners. Mann-Hodge Seed CcT.,

Palatka, Fla. 1-27-lm
HADSOCK'S WOOD YARD Phone
your orders to Smoak's shop. Phone
146. 2-m

TOR SALE Rent or exchange, five five-rocm
rocm five-rocm house; firts class conditio.n. Lot
50 x 105, North Ocala. Cash or time.
Address Box 424, Ocala, or Star of office.
fice. office. 4-tf

FOR SALE Buick touring car; 17
model; good condition. A bargain for
$S50. Box 178. city. 4-6t

FOR SALE At a sacrifice, six-room
house; bath and sleeping porch; on
N. Magnolia stret, Magnolia Heights.
Absolutely unimcumbered; $1000 in insurance
surance insurance paid up to Nov. 1921. Price
for quick sale $1250. See F. W. Ditto,
Ocala, or write P. D. Odell, Andrews,
S. C. 6-16t
STRAYED From pasture five miles
northwest of Ocala, Feb. 2nd, year-old
Jersey bull; very dark; no mark or
brand. Libertl reward for return. J.
M. Fennell, Route B, Box 30, Ocala,
Fla. 2-7-3t

Stop! Have you tried Federal Bread,
the "best bread in the v.-r.rld." 20-'

CIRCUIT COURT IN SESSION

The circuit court

(ft

is m

session, f tched. Soring was broken in same

Harrington Hall, and! Julius williams colored, is on trial ailti hands were set at 8:02. Finder

xui muiuci, anu as auun a xnz, picase return to star omce ana receive

is decided that 01 langtord, McKae reward. 2-16-6t

and Anderson, alleged slayers of Mr. j

Miss Marian Dewey arrived yester yesterday
day yesterday from her home in Ocala and is the

guest of her uncie and aunt, Mr. and
Mrs. Chas. B. Wheeler at their lovely
Point View home. Her arrival in her
former home, which has grown so
much since she left it, is looked upon
with pleasure by her many friends
who knew her years ago when she
was a little girl living with her par parents
ents parents on Fourteenth street, near Ave Avenue
nue Avenue B. Miami Metropolis.
FOR SALE Fancy hand picked Va Valencia
lencia Valencia peanuts, ?4 per bushel. Also
floated chufa seed, 8 per bushel. Ap Apply
ply Apply Bitting & Co., Ocala. 17-6t
Mr. Como Massey, a junior officer
with the Equitable Life Insurance Co.
of New Yoik, arrived in the city yes yesterday
terday yesterday afternoon accompanied by Mr.
W. A. Gray, president of the General
Paper Wood Manufacturing Co. of
New York, mayor of New Providence,
N. J., and a brother of Major Graw of
the 351st Artillery. Mr. Massey came
to Ocaal to spend his vacation espec especially
ially especially with his mother, Mrs. W. O.
Massey, but he has many friends who
are always delighted to have him
an-ong them. He and Mr. Gray will be
here a month enjoying the different
sports around this section.
Miller's Antiseptic OH, Known

Guthery, will be taken up.
Strike Oil in Morocco.
Important petroleum development?
are expected from the Freix li districts
of Morocco where one small well. Id Ideated
eated Ideated at Dgecel, is producing three
tons of oil a day. Twelve more wells
are being -.drilled. Government com committees
mittees committees supervising supplies of gaso gasoline
line gasoline for France are considering leas leasing
ing leasing the petroleum springs nt IVchel IVchel-brown.
brown. IVchel-brown. Alsnice. a short distance north northwest
west northwest of Strasbourg. Exemption of pe pe-"troleum
"troleum pe-"troleum from import duty is contem contemplated,
plated, contemplated, and many Important industries
are transforming their furnnces so
that oil may be burned instead of coal.

FO RRENT Three furnished rooms
and a large bath room. Comfortably
equipped for light housekeeping. Ap Apply
ply Apply to Miss Bessie Whetstone, 715 S.
Fifth St. 16-3t

LOST Strayed or stolen, valuable
biack goat; dehorned and ringed. Re Return
turn Return to H. C. Jones and receive re reward.
ward. reward. 16-lt

WANTED One flattop desk and let letter
ter letter filing cabinet. Apply at the Ocala
Motors Co. C. E. Simmons, Box
365. 14-3t

FOR SALE My residence at 212 Or Orange
ange Orange avenue. In good condition. Has
n:ne rooms. Suitable to accommodate
two families. Cheap. Less than cost.

On easy terms. Apply to Mrs. Martha

13-12t

Chinese Masons Celebrated.
A sea lion, a fusillade of cracker

a banquet, and the raising of the Chi-i Williams

nese flag, Indicated to the Victorian j
town of Kchuca that a branch of the FOR SALE Buick six roadster. In
Chinese Masonic society had been perfect condition. A bargain for cash,
formed. Chinese from nil parts f Apply to O. B. Koonce. 13-3t
Victoria attended the ceremony and j-

STOP! LOOK!
LISTEN
STOP at our place
LOOK at our equipment
for handling VUCANIZ VUCANIZ-ING
ING VUCANIZ-ING LISTEN to what our
customers say about our
Service and you'll be
convinced that this is
the proper place to have
yoir work done.
GAS, OILS & ACCESSORIES
BLALOCK BROS.
Phone 78, 107 Oklawaha Ave.

the mayor and councillor of Kchuca
were guests. The Chinese niPrer of
ceremonies was interviewed y re returned
turned returned soldiers who objected to the
flying of the Chinese flas alone Aus Australian
tralian Australian and British flags wore at once
hoisted to the top of the flagpole.

WANTED Six genuine
sows and one male. W. C.
12,, Ocala, Fla.

razorback
Blood, Box
13-Gt

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p !?. still and swol-
ty Load, back and
i After one
L;ty disappears
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in ioli viua pain
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: J ii "ill pene pene-t
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This treat oil
t :iy. Manufactured
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Try ii

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len joint p.
limbs,

appiiv-ati
if by in.
A luv
Throat,
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peii(-t! : ;.
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the ;:fi-C I
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In three !.)..'..
Accept j."
Is poliiell If'
by Herb Jul..;

it at Bitting 6z Co.,Urussists, Ucaia. Fla

Soldiers Left Books Behind.
Mystery surrounds the "dumps" of
books which are said to be ynz in
various camps in France, awaiting dis disposal.
posal. disposal. At one camp 400.000 volumes are
said to have accumulated, and there
are reported to be still larger collec collections
tions collections at other camps.
Inquiries in official quarters and
among the organizations which sent

out books to the troops during the war J

have failed to trace the owners of
these derelict volumes.

WANTED An experienced saleslady;
at once. Apply at B. Goldman's. 13-3t

FOR SALE At a bargain, one-ton
Maxwell truck. In service six months
only. Equipped with 35x5 cord tires.
In rirst-class condition. Apply Chero Chero-Cola
Cola Chero-Cola Bottling Mo.. Main street, Ocala,
Fla. 13-Gt

FOR SALE Uakiand six. 1920 model.
Has been run 2500 miles. Practically
new. Apply Box 374, Ocala. 11-tf

To Develop French Water Power.
A bill for the canalization of the
Rhone and the employment of water
power was introduced in the French
chamber of deputies on Ausrut 0. The
cost of the scheme is estimated at 2. 2.-500.000.000
500.000.000 2.-500.000.000 francs ($482,500,000) and
the total power to be obtained will
not be less than the equivalent ob obtained
tained obtained from 5.000,000 tons of coal, or
one-fifth of the coal production of
France for 1918.

FURNITURE, ETC. i buy and se'l
.-econd hand furniture. Experts put it I
in good conditior before re-sellinr;. j
Rerair sewing machines, lawn mow-!
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i.UO, 312. H14 South Main St. 23-tf

WANTED Share cropper. Can fur furnish
nish furnish all farming implements. Good
lard. L. T. Hendrix, Morriston. Flor Florida.
ida. Florida. 12-6t

THE STAINLESS
SALVE

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is not just "a put-together"
remedy or one that "just hap happened,"
pened," happened," but the result of years
of practical knowledge by ex expert
pert expert chemists and druggists
who wanted to market the
BEST and MOST RELIABLE
SALVE that could be evolved.
We KNOWr that in TREXO
we have it every user tells
their friends of how much good
it has done them, until now
there are very few homes here
where' TREXO is not known
and used.
It is the ONLY Stainless
Salve.. It sells for 30c. and 60c.
and can be had at all druggists.

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Sntgeon, specialist Lye, Ear, Nose r.nd

FOR SALE (WTood Cut to Order ) stcref 0caia rla rt
Reduce the high cost of keeping com-

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AUTO EXCHANGE

TOPS New, covered, patched and coated with a
patent 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.
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. HUNTEIRj

nral51 0LTn MAGNOLIA STREET FlnriflSl
Utdld M I) METROPOLITAN THEATER 1U1 Ua

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PYLES & PERKINS CO.
(.Successors to E. C. Jordan & Co.)
Funeral Directors and Embalmers

Answered Promptly, Day or Night

Call:

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Motor Equipment
117 East Oklawaha Arenue
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