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The Ocala evening star
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Ocala Evening Star
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Weather Forecast: Warmer tonight,
probably light frost in north portion;
Wednesday unsettled and warmer
with local rain in north portion.
OCALA, FLORIDA, TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 17, 1920.
VOL W, NO. 11

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WILSON IMPROVES

HEALTH
No Truth in Report of Relapse Able
to be Up and Shave Himself
this Morning
(Associated Press)
Washington, Feb. 17. President
Wilson continues to show improve improvement
ment improvement and was up early today, shaving
himself and going about his usual
routine, Rear Admiral Grayson, his
personal physician, said. Grayson's
statement was prompted by published
reports that the president had a re relapse
lapse relapse last night and that Dr. Francis
Dercum, the Philadelphia specialist,
had been hurriedly summoned to the
White Ilou-r- for a midnight confer conference.
ence. conference. FMPHATIC STATEMENT TO THE!
ALLIES
.
Washington, reb. 1 .President
Wilson in hit- "memorandum" to the
Allies concerning their proposed Ad-
ii.ini; iu :-A;r,i. iriiormea mem mat
the tate department nii.rht have to
consider withdrstwing the treaty of
Versailles f-om the Senate if the Al Allies
lies Allies went ahead with their plans with without
out without the consent cf the United States.
This statement was made officially
hero today with th- further statement
th:t the Arne'ican position outlined
was not in the nature of a threat but
us a statement of the situation created i
"by the act cf the British, French and
Italian orem'er:--.
i ?
V.,. 1 a. 4. ii,
tne united States m the nosition. if
lt
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4- A 1 A XT 1
y::uit s 1, j v.uor-crioing inrouiin inai
.w c 'I i
pace to rights of sovereignty and
other avri t int nts to which it was op
posed.
BENSON SUCCEEDS PAYNE
Hear Adm'ial Benson of Macon,!
ua., ciuei oi r.avai operations during
at 1 il. if 1 1
u.e war auu now on ins reurea list,

has ben selec y. by President Wilson jeei. of working the road in raid dis- A mcetm- cf the art class, conduct conduct-ta
ta conduct-ta 'f Linton i uyno as a tict, starting ntar JulIeUe junction j ,! bv th, rrt .-ommittee of the Worn- -n:oner
of if. imv-v.h- board. and running in a novthsastsrlv direc-!-t Club will bo li.,ld tomorrow Oa

ALLIED WC)NT BELIEVE IT
Pari
of the
'. -Although th reply
yilifd coiivicil to Pres Pres-iOttj
iOttj Pres-iOttj i'ativj to v. set set-Auilatic
Auilatic set-Auilatic ueastio;i was
. :.t bus i.ot be.n sent,
ccii.l dispatches from
: arc now being made
Wi'
.- r
actOid'i'Cr to si
Lordon. Efl'ott
ii cc-rtani fn);i ; tors
down, ilisi-atc-i-.s -.
to have it toned
' but all refer to :
the president' rote p.s "veto' state
ments from Washington, notwith
standing.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
The case cf Clarence
charrttl with th? n urdor of John J. j
Gutherv at Kondrick several weeks :
ago, and Earl McTlae and Jak
?e Ander-
ed in the!
:-;on, as accessories, was called
circuit court this morning.
Attorneys for McRae asked for a
separate trial and a continuance of
the case. A separate trial was grant granted,
ed, granted, but the motion for continuance
was denied. No date has been set for
the McRae hearing, but it will probab probably
ly probably be taken up immediately after that
of Langford and Anderson.
The attorneys for Langford present presented
ed presented a petition asking the court to grant
a continuance of the case until the san sanity
ity sanity of their client could be investigat investigated,
ed, investigated, which motion was refused by
Judge Bullock.
State Attorney Scofield announced
that the state was ready to begin
trial and the names of twelve jurymen
were called. One of these was excus excused
ed excused by the state.
Messrs. R. B. Bullock and T. S'.
Trantham are representing Langford;
Messrs. H. M. Hampton and S. T. Sis Sis-tiunk
tiunk Sis-tiunk represent McRae, and Mr. W.
K Zewadski represents Anderson.
State Attorney Scofield is being as assisted
sisted assisted in the prosecution by Mr. E. W.
Davis of Orlando, former state attor attorney
ney attorney in this circuit.
Mr. R. G. Titsworth of Tampa, is
acting court stenographer on account
of the illness of the regular steno steno-giapher,
giapher, steno-giapher, Mr. Hunter.
At 3 o'clock the attorneys for the
defense are examining the twelve
jurors accepted by the state.
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
ida, 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 Secrstary.
$2760 is the price of the 18-room
house today. Ditto. It

SETBACK FO

CIVILIZATION
Allies Decide that Notwithstanding
Sacrifices and Promises, Constan Constantinople
tinople Constantinople Shall Remain in Hands
of the Ottomans
(Associated I'rc-ssi
London, Feb. 17. Great Britain, it
was learned today, has instructed Ad Ad-rural
rural Ad-rural Derobeck at Constantinople to
announce there that the Allies have
decided not to deprive Turkey of Con Constantinople.
stantinople. Constantinople. If persecution of the Ar
menians continues, nowever,
miial has been instructed to
peace treaty with Tvr i'-ey rna
siderably modified.
the
ad ad-the
the ad-the lie cr.-n-
OUNTY COMMISSIONERS
Oeala. Flu. Teh. 3rd. 1920.
The board of county commissioners
m,A hl rrjruiPr slon w;rh
.' eioners Rogers Dav!?. Iti:t
MfFWt present
Com mi;-
a no i
tv,o nvV.ntor fr.
J'.-uvjnrv.
1020.
wtre react and approved.
Commissioner Talton met
board.
i
he
with
Mr. L. H. Chazal, secretary of the

Board of Trado. appeared and asked Greene, state health officer, is issuing
that permission be granted to the i naming in regard to the use of ripe
United States ai my recruiting party, j olives, as the result of botulism in
row in the city, to place a tent and Memphis. Detroit and Canton, O.,
war trophy exhibit on the coii. t holism t-rved to line olives put on the mar mar-lawn,
lawn, mar-lawn, stating that the recruiting party k?! bv the Curtis Company of Los

wcuics sec that no aamacre would
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o::Libit as above stated
i. t t -t T i r.o'i,-.i
J" 1- t caiied asid pio-
f(.,s.i .,:,. ct,tP nrmv
le.L's and brush taken from the road j
'. l i r . t
intm, oj way on u;e Uixie rnpnway on
;hk- land, interfering with the cultiva-j
tion of crops.
A delegation of orcoeitv
Dunnellon sneci-l road jik
l.
ids
rL;cfMct r;.llrd "y d
discussed
T U.C
TIT fi.
t ioa towrad St. Johns church. The I
boa la decided to have s:ud road iur-
vt-yed, pi jiaioioiy to abkin for bids,!
i:..;t'.-ip:;tinp; the exntndiluie of about!
'Jl.0?0 of thu bond nroeeeds on said!
pioject.
L.
Miller called
and com-!

plained of his assessment, which mat-)1;0
''.' was rtfeii.(l to Commissioner

Dr
is for investigation.
i:
ion. r-itn-f'd bv
ixteen names,
v.'i-.s ; ;:-io -.r,!,i."d follow.--.: "Wj the mi
dtr.vipned citizens fnd taxtavers of
M.iion cruntv, I 'la. and Vving wither
the iirf.u to Vsp lirncfH.J hivhv tip i
tion viir hor.o? iil)le bod
i;o.--;d beR-inninrr at th

LangfoKd.iof neVi of sec ;32. to 13 s r 21 e. run-i

ring thence south on the section lin
three-ouai tors of a mile to the town
shin line to th- ne cor of sec 5 tp 14 r
21. thence s on the line between sec
t;ons 4 and 5 of tp 14 r 21 to the ex existing
isting existing public road from Martin to
Fairfield on the s line of sections 4
and 5." The following committee was
appointed to view and mark out thei
best and most practicable route for
said road, namely: Messrs. H. C.
Heseman, R. R. Crang and John Reiff.
Attorney L. N. Green called and dis discussed
cussed discussed the prosecution of liquor cases,
stating that witnesses in these cases,
on several occasions, commit perjury.
He was instructed to
such cases.
prosecute all j
John W. General of Reddick made
complaint that he is not marked on
the registration books as paid and
that the tax books show that he has
paid taxes for twenty odd years. Re Referred
ferred Referred to the supervisor of registra
tion
The board havine received notice
from the comptroller that the Ocala
Nationa! Bank has qualified as county
depository, the board ordered that
draft be drawn on the Munroe &
Chambliss National Bank in favor of j
the Ocala National Bank in amount of

$14,133.26 to transfer balance of theic-mpaign against the illicit distillers,
countv funds to said depository. I ctc- The board after hearing all pres-
Mr C. R. Veal apneared and asked j ent on the subject, requested the coun coun-the
the coun-the board that witness certificate be i y attorney to inform them of the law
issued in his favor for one day and : concerning rewards for conviction of
mileage on account of attendance at Persons guilty of violation of prohi prohi-spring
spring prohi-spring term of the circuit court 1919,bton laws.
which payment is sanctioned by the! The county attorney presented a
circuit judge, which upon motion was written opinion to the effect that the
ordered paid. board of county commissioners could
Tax collector was instructed to al-'not legally offer a reward or compen compen-low
low compen-low J. Wr. Gardner to nay his taxes stion to the sheriff from county
lesi personal tax of $4.io."on account ; funds, other than expressly authoriz authoriz-of
of authoriz-of double assessment. ed by statute.
Mrs. Wrells. care Aaron Strickland.! Tne citizens present having ex-

Citra. at $5 per month, Major Osmore,

Lake Kerr., at $5 per month and shining; and bootlegging abolished and
Robert Tillis. care Robert Grant, seating that in case the' commission commission-Ocaia.
Ocaia. commission-Ocaia. at S3 per month., were ordered ers could not legally appropriate the
placed on the pauper list. county funds for rewards as above set
A petition was presented signed by rth that the citizens would sub sub-21
21 sub-21 names of citizens of precincts No. scribe a fund to insure the program
li and No. 12, asking for the follow- being put into effect, therefore,
ir4, road: "Start at ne cor of Will- Upon motion of Commissioner Hut Hut-inm
inm Hut-inm Fore's field, quarter-mile from chins, seconded by Commissioner Da Da-eastern
eastern Da-eastern boundary of sec 16 tp 14 r 24, -rd carried, it was ordered that
thence se across sec 15 thence acress
sec 14 crossing Eaton creek near the : Concluded on Fourth Page)

ALL PAYABLE TO
THE ENTENTE

Allies Demand Money for Freight
Carried by German Ships
Since January 10th
(Associated Press)
Hamburg, Feb. 17. The Fremden Fremden-blatt
blatt Fremden-blatt says today a new allied note to
Germany regarding the mercantile
marine contends under the peace
treaty that shins still to be surrender surrendered
ed surrendered to the Entente havt been their
property from the date the treaty
c .n?r- into force. Therefore, the al al-1
1 al-1 fs declare., freights earned between
January 10th and March 10th are pay pay-i
i pay-i l lo to the entente.
READING REFUSED
London, Feb. 17. Premier Lloyd
I George has offered the ambassador ambassadorship
ship ambassadorship at Washington to the Earl of
It r i- i
1 xv-aMinjr. iornicr amoassanor more,
the Pall Mall Gazette, but he has
!: ;nd the appointment.
BEWARE THE BOTULISM
(Special to the Star)
I
.Tr,-kM,nvni. Vc-h 17 Or Ralnh J
.uiii'..), i u; iiuui iimiiuu I cl i uuiK
i-t wnui:: 111 111 tne tiiree cities nien-
L ...
tutu 0 i-iiiitu in itreifjrajjnic au-
("S to Dr. Greene from Acting Sur-
r, i T r x. 1 i-
ton fTcnoral Perrv. Cases of botulism
...... ,u; r i: L
O; oville, Calif., by the Olive Products
.
I
tympany also are reported. Botulism
ecults from a bacterial growth in the!
olives
MIT CLASS MEETING
ivsoi nii!- ut the club l-ouse. bt'g'nning
. 10 o'ctoek.
- -:
'w Holly ford and on into old Nor-
vplk r(.ad near Mason Bav. tn 14 f
! 2J. and to abrogate the old route from
corner
! "J'-" a,(-
of Fore's field to Mason
d portion was ordered post-
i for abrogating and W. E. Tucker,
' W. S. Hastings and B. F. Smith were
fT-pemted a committee to view and
r-ar kout tl"e most practical route for
r,,,ve mentioned new route.
The tax collector was directed to

I lilt j I) C I t v. i. v v v vv x. a&xV'V'wvft w
dy to lav out a'a,-ow Brinson to pay his person person-no
no person-no cor of seli taxes on 28 head of cattle, said re-

duction beinS made" on account of er
or.
The tax collector was instructed to
j collect personal taxes of A. P. Finley,
P' ,ps SH-i2.. and W. K. Finley less
$13.92. and R. D. Finley less $11.93,
said reductions being made on ac account
count account of double assessment of person personal
al personal property.
Pearl Anderson, colored demonstra-
ticn agent, appeared and asked the
board to supplement her salary, paid
by the state, with $10 or $15 per
month.
Communication was received from
A N. Cameron concerning a road pe petition
tition petition presented in 1911 asking that
sald petition oe revivea as action was
never completed, ine ooara oraerea
that he be requested to get a new pe petition.
tition. petition. A number of citizens with the sher sheriff
iff sheriff and county judge called to discuss
the matter of a more extensive pro pro-giam
giam pro-giam toward the abolition of the
manufacture and sale of "moonshine"
in the county. The sheriff stated that
!tlle fees allowed by law are not suffic-
iont to cover costs of gathering evi
dence and that if $25 was offered as a
premium on each conviction, in addi-
tion to regular costs that he would be
enabled to inaugurate a very thorough
Pressed a strong desire to have moon-

WILL HOLD

ON
!

TO
Holland Will Not Surrender HohenzoL
lern but Insure that he
Does No Harm

W AM

(Associated Press) ; The good roads committee of the
The Hague, Feb. 17. Holland will j Marion County Board of Trade will
answer the second note sent by theirnc"et Friday afternoon at 3:30 o'clock
Entente regarding the status offo1 the purpose of deciding whether
former Emperor William by reiterat-i tne organization shall have represen represen-ing
ing represen-ing her original position, refusing to;talion on tne Federal Highway Coun Coun-surrender
surrender Coun-surrender him but acquiescing1 in the'ci-- The Federal Highway Council is

request to guard him closely, it was
declared here today.
ACCIDENT IN ITALY
I loiorrrp. Fr-h. 17. A trrnr! iminnr
from San Loienzo to Bereo was de
railed last nicrht while crossing ai

Newspaper reports state that many1 n af Genperal Coleman Du Du-p.rsons
p.rsons Du-p.rsons were killed or injured. ,n' Theodore Roosevelt and Louis
j . Hill.

ANNUNZIO'S ULTIMATUM
Fiume. Fob. 17. The annexation of
Fume to Titaly is now "impossible."
Grbrielln D'Annunrio told an Asso-
cintod Press correspondent today.
CAILLuVUX ON TRIAL
-Paris, Feb. 17.
t i n
loimpr premi0! oi r l ance, win toaay
r. t, ...
fr.ee trial before the Senate a
icting as
,
harge or
a high rourt on th specific charge

"having plotted acainst the external I before they could participate in fed fed-securitv
securitv fed-securitv of the st-ite by manoevres. eial aid, and if it was necessary in the

machinations and intelligence with the
er emy tending to favor the latter's
enterprises against France and her
aHies." The penal military code
makes conviction of such an offense
punishable with death.
'ALL UP TO SIXTEEN
MUST STAY AWAY
Children Under that Age Must Not Go
to School or Any Other Public
Assemblage
. a meeting of the physicians of
Ocala and several prominent citizens
last night with Dr. Wtt. the city
health officer and repi cscntative of the
state board, it was decided that the
piimary school and grammar school
should be closed until the influenza
scat; has abated. The school trustees
wer also informed that unless the
high school buildinT could be properly
heat vd, the high school would also
hav to be closed in cold weather.
It was also decided that children
under sixteen must not go to church,
Sunday school, the theater or any
other public gathering held indoors
until all danger from the influenza has
passed.
SMASH ON THE SEABOARD
Quick Work of the Fire Department
Much Lessened the Damage
A rear-end collision on the Sea Seaboard
board Seaboard at the northeast end of the yard
about four o'clock this morning re resulted
sulted resulted in one engine being damaged,
ore caboose burned, one cattle car re reduced
duced reduced to kindling and six cows, riding
in said car, killed.
One of the trains was stopping at
the top of the hill when the other
came up and smashed into the rear
of the first train. The engineer of the
second train saw the lights of the
train ahead in time to slack up some,
else the accident would have been
worse. As it was, his engine crashed
into the caboose ahead, smashing it
like it was an eggshell. The cab of
his engine seemed to rear up ahead
and kick out behind, resulting in the
demolition of the cattle car behind it
and killing the cattle.
Luckily, no one was killed. The en engineer
gineer engineer and fireman on the second train
jumped in time, and no one else was
exposed to danger.
The wrecked caboose caught fire
and a great deal of damage might
have been done had not the city fire
department come to the rescue. The
railroad men highly praised the work
of the fireboys.
A wrecking train and crew came up
from Wildwood and set to work to
clear the track. This was not done at
press time, but it is believed it soon
will be.
BIG PARADE FRIDAY
Fridav afternoon at 5:30 o'clock
there will be a big parade which eve every
ry every one should be on hte square to see,
after which every ore should proceed
to the carnival around s behind the
Ocala House. Entrance at the old A.
C. L. station gate. The parade will
be led by Miss Ullainee Barnett. who
was elected queen of the carnival, and
she will be accompanied by her attend attendants.
ants. attendants. Everybody come. Don't miss
this great event.
Kathleen Leitner. Manager.
Another fresh shipment of Nun Nun-nally's,
nally's, Nun-nally's, "The Csidy of the South," at
Gerig's Drug Store. 1-30-tf

IT SHOULD BE

WELL ATTENDED
Meeting of the Good Roads Committee
of the Board of Trade
Friday Afternoon
working for a system of national
highways, and is back of the Town Town-send
send Town-send bill now before Congress, to es es-tpblish
tpblish es-tpblish a national highway system, to
! create a federal highway commission
and to encourage efficient and eco
nomical highway transportation. The i
officers of the federal council include j
The Federal Highway Council takes
i tin nosition that the erowinsr imnor-
. ,a f y0 u;rrV,.r.,-c v, ri,.Qi.
! njpnt of the whole country demands'1
that they shoud no longer be admin-
i,terefl bv a burpau of a denartment
i,,fi,0fjai fu
i or the iederal government. Ine coun-
i u4 : t iu
l j z
all
i A i i i j x
j navt a mhib iiijnway uepari

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went separate and distinct from anyi. .'. c, T 1
rt. f u efo. MrttmJi tative of the Anti-Saloon League of
other nart oi the state government i

state administration of highways, it is
more important in the federal admin administration
istration administration of highways. The council
also believes that the day has arrived
when the federal government should
establish a definite national highway
noliev and assume its own responsi
bility in the selection, construction
and maintenance of a national system
of highways.
The Townsend bill provides for na national
tional national highways to comprise not less
than 2 per cent nor more than 5 per
cent of the total highway mileage
actually used in any state. The bill
piovides that where any highway or
portion thereof on any route selected
by the commission to form part of the
national system has been constructed
by or on behalf of a state or civil sub
division thereof to a standard deemed
by the commission to be adequate, it
shall be lawful for the commission to
construct or cause to be constructed
and make payment therefor out of the
appropriations made by or under the
provisions of this act an equivalent
mileage of highways not on the na national
tional national highway system but connected
or correlated therewith, but such high highway
way highway after its completion shall not be
maintained by the United States nor
subject to the control of the commis commission,
sion, commission, nor shall any of the provisions of
this act as to rights of way apply
thereto. The bill provides for a high highway
way highway commission to consist of three
members to be appointed by the pres president
ident president with the advise and consent of
the Senate. The members shall be
from different geological sections of
the country and not more than two
members shall be of the same politi political
cal political party. The commission will have
entire control of the rights of way and
roads designated for national high highways.
ways. highways. The bill provides that the na national
tional national highways shall be constructed,
reconstructed, improved, repaired and
maintained and regulated by the Unit Unit-e
e Unit-e 1 States government.
SIDNEY SENIOR'S
CAMPAIGN SCHEDULE
Governor CatU 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.f An Anthony.
thony. Anthony. Thursday, Feb. 19, 1 p. m.. Citra.
Thursday. Feb. 18, 8 p. m.4 Lowell.
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
offering 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. Wilson, Secretary.

DATES FOR AN

WTENSIVE DRIVE
Mr. Bryan Will Open the Campaign
for Marion County in Ocala Thurs Thursday
day Thursday Afternoon, February 19th.
The prohibition forces of this sec section
tion section of the state are marshalling all
their resources to make a hard, two two-day
day two-day drive for funds the last of this
week.
Mr. W. D. Carn, as chairman and
di.ector for the city is gathering a
selected group of public spirited men
to assist him in making the drive a
financial success in addition to its edu educational
cational educational value.
For the opening of the drive Ocala
will have the opportunity of hearing
William Jennings Bryan, an authority
on the prohibition issue' of the age and
a noted orator. Mr. Bryan will speak
here on Thursday. Feb. 19, at 2:30 p.
m Unless the influenza prevents the
meeting will be held in the Temple
theater; in case that is impossible the
i nanfl
band stand of the public square will be
... ,.
ThPublic l? cordially myited to
r ,Mr ?fy.an' ,Ever .Citlzen...of
: ucaai snouia oe thoroughly lamiliar
j -u u j
Wltn tne economic and moral issues of
he age.
Prohibition is the great is-
i "" i'uhi ti-ununi iu ixnu mural.
,e 1
Mr.
ar.d will be here with him Thursday.
ciated with the Anti-Saloon League
for many years and is in constant
touch with all phases of the work.
OIL FROM OUTSIDE
! Isle that America May Have to Go
Into Other Market to Secure
Petroleum Products
(Associated Tress)
New York, Feb. 16. America, with
only four months supply of oil in
storage faces the prospect of having
to seek oil from foreign sources which
arc now showing "a tendency to ex exclude
clude exclude the United States from purchas purchasing
ing purchasing from their fields,' 'according to
Van H. Manning, United States direc director
tor director of mines, in a paper read here yes yesterday
terday yesterday before the 121st annual meet meeting
ing meeting of the American Institute of Min Mining
ing Mining and Metallurigical Engineers.
George Otis Smith, director of the
United States Geological Survey, at
the same meeting, confirmed the
statement of the director of mines and
declared that the position of the Unit United
ed United States in regard to its oil supply
at the present time is "precarious."
Mr. Smith estimated the supply still
undeveloped, however, at enough for
about 20 years. There are enormous
quantities of oil in the shale beds in
Colorado. Wyoming and Utah, it was
explained, but Director Manning was
doubtful whether economic produc production
tion production of this oil is at present possible.
Latin-America, Great Britain, the
Netherlands and France, it was said,
control the main potential sources and
all of these countries have adopted
policies tending to shut out those of
other nationalities. Director Smith
declared that American concerns
should enter foreign fields not only
with American methods, machinery
and brains but also with money and
financial and operating control. A
"wide open oil policy for all the
world" was advocated by Diretcor
Manning who urged the active pro projection
jection projection of such a policy by citizens and
legislators.
ARTIFICIAL ASTORS
Plymouth, Jan. 31. (By the Asso Associated
ciated Associated Press.) Viscountess Astor
finds time amidst her parliamentary
work to keep a watchful eye on a new
industry which she was instnimetnal
in founding in Plymouth shortly be before
fore before her election to the house of com commons.
mons. commons. As president of the Batter
Street Girls' Club, a social welfare en enterprise
terprise enterprise she established in the heart
of Plymouth's tenement district, she
is promting the manufacture of arti artificial
ficial artificial flowers by more than 100 mem members
bers members of the organization. Lady Astor
has been patroness of a number of
successful ventures cf this kind which
she insists are industries not charities.
POILU NOT A WORTHY PHRASE
Paris, Jan. 30. (By the Associated
Press.) Some members of the French
Academy who are bringing the Na National
tional National Dictionary up to date hold that
"poilu," which means, literally "hairy
one," is not a worthy synonym for the
heroic French soldier.
The following definition of the term
"Boche" has been suggested:
"Boche (masc): term of contempt
earned by the Germans during the last
war."
It is believed that a final decision in
regard to words of war origin will be
left for the next generation of mem-

ibers of the academy.



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OCALA EVENING STAR, TLESDAY, FEBRUARY 17, 1920

OCAU HEMIC S T A R

PuhlUbed Every Day Escept Sunday by
STAR PUBLISHING COMPANY,
OF OCALA, FLA.

n. II. Carroll, President
P. V. Leavengood, Secretary-Trcaorer
J. IE. Benjamin, Editor

the active list have often exposed the a jolly big time. It is absolutely the;
shortcomings of the admiralty or the greatest event that ever happened in,
war office without incurring anything Ocala. Don't miss the carnival. lie lie-more
more lie-more than disfavor which retards pro- member the date, Feb. 20th. Every-.
motion. There is no question of a body come. That's the word ccme, ;
court-martial with loss of numbers or come to the O. H. S. carnival.
some other penalty. In Great Britain J

lora r isner, ixra vnaries rseresiora j IRVINE
and Sir Percy Scott have turned bat- i 1

Entered at Ocala. Fla.. postofflce as
second-class matter.
TEI.EIlIO.ES
Huftlnc-Hft Office Five-One
Editorial Department Two-Seven
Society Reporter Five-One

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entitled for the use for republication of
all news dispatches credited to it or
not otherwise credited in this paper and
al?o the local news published herein.
All rights of republication of special
dispatches herein are also reserved.

teries upon the admiralty and riddled
it fore and aft. The public has ap applauded,
plauded, applauded, and the worst thing that hap happened
pened happened to these reformers was to be
passed over sometimes when appoint appointments
ments appointments to posts of responsibility were
to be made, but when the need was
greatest they were called in again.
During the late war Sir Percy Scott,
who had retired in 1913 and was re regarded
garded regarded as a gadfly by the reaction reactionaries,
aries, reactionaries, was summoned to defend Lon London
don London from aerial attack."

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COLD AS AN ICE CHEST

"INASMUCH"

Irvine, Feb. 1C. Mr. Henry Waits
of Gainesville was a Thursday caller. j
Miss Rubye Edwards returned home
Friday from Danville, Va. I
Mr. J. A. Triplett, Miss Mamie Fant
and Mrs. Zora Mclver motored to
Ocala Saturday afternoon. j
Mr. L. K. Edwards and family spent ;
Saturday in Ocala. j
Mr. F. E. Smoak of Flemington j
was in our burg Saturday.
Quite a few from here attended
services at Mcintosh Sunday. j
Messrs. Charlie Smith and Parks
Kempsy of Hawthorne and Miss
Eloise Geiger of Micanopy, were the
guests of Miss Mamie Fant Sunday
afternoon.
Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Mathews of

jj3o

(Manufacturers' Record)

In Europe 5,000,000 of people are j

starviner. babies are crviner in vain to

dying mothers for food which cannot ; Flemington visited relatives here Sun
be had. Suffering beyond our power j day afternoon.

to comprehend rests like

The Star is informed that the high
school building is about as comfy on

a cold day as an ice chest.

We have been informed of it only
recently we would have made a kick
about it long time ago if we had been

told

We have heard of the teachers and
scholars working with cold feet and
numbed fingers in class rooms when
the temperature was close to forty.
Dow on earth do our school authorities
expect boys and g'rls to study when
they are so uncomfortable?

Not to speak of the damage that

a mignty

pall over millions of homes. In Amer

ica we are piling up wealth greater j
than the world ever knew. We already j

have one-third of the world's accu accumulated
mulated accumulated wealth. We are living in riot riotous
ous riotous luxury.
Out of Europe's awful war we reap reaped
ed reaped billions of wealth. We are rich be beyond
yond beyond all the dreams of the past, and
yet our contributions to aid the suffer sufferings
ings sufferings of Europe have been almost in in-finitesimally
finitesimally in-finitesimally small. We have been
niggardly in our gifts, but we have
sold our products of farm and factory
at enormous profits. Surely, it is true
that "unto whom much has been given

of him shall much be required." Un Unless
less Unless America opens wide its heart and
its purse and pours its wealth into
succoring the suffering, feeding the
starving and ministering to the sick,

on a scale commensurate with our
wealth, we will deserve the condemna condemnation
tion condemnation of Almighty God, and the loss of
all our wealth and power.
Congress should more than match
President Wilson's call for Europe's
help. Even $150,000,000 is a beggard beggard-ly
ly beggard-ly sum for so vast a task. Give it we

should do., and reverently thank God

When there is something at stake, when a record must be made, you'll find
men almost invariably pinning their faith on Franklin cars.
Eleven cars started on their way from Yosemite Valley to Los Angeles in
a competitive run. For 374 1-2 miles, over dirt and pavement, up steep hills
and down again; they conserved every drop of oil, gasoline and water possible.
A Franklin on same trip averaged 28.8 miles to the gallon and thus won in its
class with clean sweep. Used 12 gallons gasoline and four pints of oil. It is
the most sensational win in three years of this famous run.
We can make immediate delivery on this car.
Call Palatka 299 or write for infornation or demonstration

I3AMBY

PALATKA, FLA

Corner
Lemon and First Streets

ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE j
GF TRAINS IN OCALA

Two or three weeks ago, we had fov ?e Privilege of thus serving hu

several days of cold rain

rain the children went to school, many
of them arriving with their feet and
outer clothing wet, and in this un uncomfortable
comfortable uncomfortable rnd dnnrrous condition
ihey remained until closing time, tc
lun heme thru the rain.
Why didn't the principal and teach

Thru this many we we shall prove our-

serves unwortny 01 tne worm s re respect
spect respect and unworthy of the wealth God

has given unto us.

America needs to have its heart

touched. It needs to learn sacrifice

! that it may serve and save others.

i Against our vast wealth contrast

i-t f1 i. "C

j 7 Despite all the calls for money and

n i n;wa w ,w ,iarCf,la11 our taxes, despite all the claims of

the dan-er to children to stay several thi p?f 'T' CUld WeU
Wr w-:tfc f o nwur ? afford to give half a billion or even

JW nfVno rnt r.n rsf ni more to feed and clothe the starving

a"

to I'lc.ic !a ,r3 of rain and

21c 5-. I

cold?
The seh' -'bue hu a heating ap apparatus.
paratus. apparatus. v.'i eh cost the taxpayers of
this town a gooil deal of money. They
paid for it in order that their children
might be kept comfortable and
hraUhy.' TI is antaietus never did

r.d naked in Europe, and then bow

i-:; head in shame that it has done so

little.

Every man who opposes giving help
f;u;ckly rnd in large measure is false

tn humanity and also to God Himself

Through time and eternity he would
'Ie?erve to have photographed upon
Iris undying memory the outstretched

Wf.Vi 7-rr wo-l TVs i: win' d if V -i o

' 1 V a m. V & 'I 1 t L L V. 1. It UUJ . .... a

u.:. :n r.-i i .. bonv hands of millions of women

wvc.l M'Uift. u J VC!V ilJ. J ilt; SCIiUUl UU- ,. - .t i i a
tV,.,T,'tip h wr, ;r,fnT,i TV,n pleading for food for their babies and

wit o ua mr-r-.c ti wv,r to hear forever the wail of these dying

hnvpr.'t fiipv hnA'a- fivori? children, dead because America shut

Kfnn th if rnfV,o woe its eyes that it might not see, stopped

Arrive from Jacksonville.. 1:30p.m.1

Leave for Tampa 1:50 p. m.
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Leave for Jacksonville 2:15 a. m.i
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Leave for Jacksonville.... 1:55 p.m.!

Arrive from Tampa 4:04 p.m.;

4:Uo p.m.;

Atlantic )ast Line

Shakespeare Down to Date.
Justice Wayne, dramatic actress,
finds an explanation of the question as
to why Shakespearian plays seldom
win financial reward in what she

terms Shakespeare s inamnry io gi (
his productions catchy titles. She sug- j Seaboard Air Line
gests a repertoire of the bards Arrive from Jacksonville.. 2:09a.m.

rechrlstenea to meet popular uemauu Leave for Tampa 2:10 a. m

for stimulating titles. &ne missi
"How Could You, Juliet?" as more ap appropriate
propriate appropriate than plain "Itoraeo and
Juliet." She also would substitute
"Call of the Flesh" for "The Merchant

of Venice;" "Strangled in Bed' for
"Othello; "The Nutty Princess for
"Hamlet;" "Henry, Whom Do You

Love?" for "Henry V;" "Big Dick" for LGave for Jacksonville..

"Richard the Third ;" "The Knife lor
Tv.nrio ratnr" nnd "Moonlicht and

Honeysuckle" for "Midsummer Night's 'Arrive from Jacksonville.. 3.14a.m.
twoU" Leave for St. Petersburg.. 3:15a.m.
uream- I Arrive from Jacksonville.. 3:34 p.m.
" j Leave for St. Petersburg.. 3:35 p.m.
The Cheerful Exterminator. Arrive from Jacksonville. .10:12 p. m.
On moving into our honeymoon Leave for Leesburg 10:13 p.m.
apartment we discovered that it was Arrive from Jt. Petersburg 2:11a.m.
sadly In need of the services of an ex- Leave for Jacksonville.... 2:12a.m.
terminator. With a bride's .orance ,1 1$
of apartment house life and the club- Anive frQm Leesburg.... 6:41a.m.
by ways of the cockroach, I regarded Leave for Jacksonville 6:42 a.m.
this as a personal disgrace, and took Arrive from Homosassa... 1.25p.m.
great care to keep It a profound se- Leave for Homosassa 3:25 p.m.
cret from our friends. j Arrive from Gainesville,
One day, while exhibiting my shiny' daily except Sunday. .. .11:50 a. m.

new kitchen equipment to a girl i-eave ior uaiiitbvuie, uauy
S-.T... un hoflt,Hnr hnrJ except Sunday ......... 4:45 p.m.;

menu, i wwcU Leave for Lakeland, Tues Tues-zer,
zer, Tues-zer, and there was the exterminator. day ThursdaVf Saturday 7:25 a.m.
Inquiring In a loud, cheerful tone, jAr from Lakeland, Tues Tues-"Well,
"Well, Tues-"Well, how are the cockroaches?"- I day, Thursday, Saturday 11:03 p. m.
The situation reduced my mind to. Leave for Wilcox, Monday,

ciioh a nulrj that I babbled. "They're; Wednesday and rriday.. :iua.m.

well, thank you!" Exchange.

was

br.ri, school n lonp; way oft and a child
liable to suffer either on the way or
after arriving, parents could keep
their children at home. Now we have
a tyrannical law, wh'ch compels par parents
ents parents and guardians to S3nd their chil chil-d.en
d.en chil-d.en to school as long as they are able
to walk, and it is therefore more than
ever necessarv that the schoolhouse

its ears that it might not hear and
closed its heart to humanity's call for
help in order to hug its wealth the
more closely to its bosom.

FELLOWSHIP

Fellowship, Feb. 16. Pretty cold
th;s morning with the thermometer

on wet and cold days should be dry down to 36 degrees, but no harm done.

and warm. i Every farmer is on the hop and
Let the members of the district 'i!mP from early morning to dewy
school board have the high school -ve- 1 certainly agree with the T.-U.,
heating apparatus fixed at once. If it 5f we didn't have so many fellows
can't be fixed, let them see to it that T a?d ni2n salaries running all over the
school is not held on such days as country and sitting around the uni uni-yesterday,
yesterday, uni-yesterday, and seme of the other in- versity at Gainesville, telling the
clement days of the winter. farmers what they should do, we
In these days, it ssems to be the'would have more helP to do some
idea with school authorities that chil- these tlrngs what we should do.
dren must be rushed thru their studies 1 Mr- d Mrs. T. H. Mann and chil chil-on
on chil-on limited schedule time. Their health dien returned to Winter Garden Sat Satis
is Satis a secondary consideration. If con- urday after spending several days
ditions are auspicious., well and good; pleasantly with relatives,
if not the children must toe the mark Tne valentine party was well at at-till
till at-till they drop in their tracks. And the tended at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
individual citizen has no more to sav s- D Atkinson last Friday evening.

about it than if he was in Prussia.

In the circle of our personal

ac-

Al! present had a good itme.

Dr. Foster and wife of Troy, Ala.,

quaintance are two families with all cft last Wednesday for Jacksonville,
their children down sick with bad after spending two months with Mr.
colds one of the children on the and Mrs. R. B. Ellis. This is the doc doc-verge
verge doc-verge of meumonia. How mnnv mnrp i tor's first visit to Florida and he is

there are, we have no idea.

At any rate, it is rank injustice that

very much pleased with what he has
seen.

in a town like Ocala. payinc the im-' Mr. John Ferguson of Dunedin is

mense proportion of school taxes that spending a few days with relatives.

The Bite That Failed.
As a rule the relations between
Russians and Japanese soldiers in Si Siberia
beria Siberia have been friendly enough. But
at a town on the Transiberian railway,
which had Just been freed from the
foul tyranny of bolshevist rule, a Jap Japanese
anese Japanese soldier haled a big. staring
moujik Into the presence of his com commanding
manding commanding officer. "What has he been
doing?" asked the colonel. "I gave
him a cigarette," said the soldier,
"and then he tried to bite me!" Kiss Kissing,
ing, Kissing, even between members of the op opposite
posite opposite sexes. Is not a Japanese custom.

Atvivp frnm Wilonv. Mnn.

day Wednesday, Friday 0:45 p.m.

OCALA FRATERNAL ORDERS

KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS

Enormous Demand for Furs.
Siberian furs are almost entirely
shipped In the raw state. Very few
furs are sent abroad, the exceptions
being Tibetan Iamb, mufflin (plucked
goat skin), and a few other varieties.
The great demand for furs in all coun countries
tries countries and the keen competition in the
trade has sent up the prices of raw raw-furs
furs raw-furs to figures unheard of a few years
ago. Sables have enormously increased
in value, due to the short supply and
the closure of the Russian sable markets.

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. 29, O. E. S.,
meets at the Masonic hall the second
and fourth Thursday evenings of each
month at 8 o'clock.
Mrs. Lillian Simmrns, 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 second
ond second and fourth Friday. Visiting sov sovereigns
ereigns sovereigns are always welcome.
J. C. Bray, C. C.
Chas. K. Sage, Clerk.

ODD FELLOWS

Port of Shanghai.
The port of Shanghai does perhaps

40 per cent of the entire foreign trade 'fulula Lodge No. 22, I. O. O. F.,
of China, and of the total imports of meets every Tuesday evening in the
Shanghai for the year 191S, the United q Fellows' hall on the third floor of
States furnished about 16 per cent. t'ne cjj star office building at 7:30 p.
Chinese industries which are prosper- r. A warm welcome always extended
ous are cotton spinning, shipbuilding t- visiting' brothers,
and flour milling. Railway projects c w Moremen, N. G.

command attention.

W. L. Colbert, Secretary.

SALES JUMP OVER
500 PER CERT

OCALA LODGE Nu. 2SG, B. P. O. E.

Ccala does, that the children have to

study in a school house that is not as
well warmed as the average barn.
A GOOD ENDORSEMENT

Regarding Admiral Sims, the New
York Times, which is certainly a good
democratic paper, also one of high
journalistic standing, says:
'As Admiral Sims said in his re-

Master Jimmie Rawls had the mis

fortune to get his collarbone broken
while playing ball at school a few
days ago. We hope he will soon be
all right again.
Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Smith of Waca Waca-hoota,
hoota, Waca-hoota, were guests of Mrs. Smith's
father, Mr. J. L. Beck, Sunday.
Dr. Lincoln Hulley of DeLand will
lecture at Fellowship church Saturday
night, Feb. 21st, and preach at Fel Fellowship
lowship Fellowship Sunday morning at 11 o'clock.

marks to the Jersey Citv Lincoln

Club, military and naval men in this i We hoPe tbat a11 who can wil1 hear
country are not allowed to publish Dr- Hulley, for he has the reputation

criticisms of the army and navy. Even ot Deing a iorceiui speaker

an officer cn the retired list may get

Dr. Williams 101 Tonic Greatly
Demand for "Flu" Treatment

in

Ocala Lodcre 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
ur.stairs over Troxler's and the Book
Shop, 113 Main street.
J. H. Spencer. E. R.
R. A. M. CHA1TER No. 13

While the influenza plague was
raging in October, 1918. the sales of

Dr. Williams 101 Tonic jumped over popular convocations of the Ocala
500 per cent. Ther can be only one chanter No. 13. R. A. M.. on the first

reason for such a tremendous m-'Fr;dav in eveiv month at 8 p. m.
crease; and that is that Dr. Williams it. g. Wesson, H. P.

101 Tonic is a correct treatment for)
"T?ln ToP.rinno Ch 511 nr A C.cr 1

Jp.ke Brown, Secretary.

into trouble if he tells the truth about
defects in battleship construction or
about an inferior type of machine gun.
It is usually the case that if he makes
confident:al reports about such mat matters
ters matters to the department he is not heed

ed nothing comes of his warning. In

THE O. H. S. CARNIVAL

as well as Malaria and other fevers. MIRIAM Kr.iiKKAii LODGE NO. 15

Quinine, the enemy of disease germs,
i3 one of the ingredients of this ef-j Miriam Rebekah Lodge Nc. 15
ficient medicine. Magnesia is another rneet? the fiist ard third Monday eve eve-important
important eve-important chemical contained in the;Tr;njr ,-n eac-n ir.nr.th in the Ocd Fel Fel-tonic.
tonic. Fel-tonic. It cleanses the liver and bow- -ow h:in at 7.3 o'clock,
els of accumulated poisons. Iron, the;' us puth Ervin. N. G.
rich blood producer, is the third. It; jjj?s Ruth Hardee. Secretarv.

1 builds up strength, stamina and vi-

Come and see. See what? The big'tality; and strength will win against MARION-DUNN MASONIC LODGE

Ocala Hiffh School carnival. Tt will and disease.

be held in the Ocala House gardens,! 25c- and 50c. bottles your drusr
back of the Ocala House, on the eve- store. Refuse all attempts to palm off
ring of Feb. 20th. Be loyal to the O. substitutes. There is oniy one Dr.

other countries, even in Germanv. and i H. S. Attend the hio- Mmival ad Williams 101 Tonic. Ad'. 3 t

notably in Great Britain, officers on bring your friends with you and have Use the Star s Uncatsined Column.'

Marion-Dunn Lnrj?e No. 19, F. & A.

rrec-ts on the first and third

Thursdav evenincrs of each month at
7:T0 o'clock until further notice.
Jake Brown, Secretary.
A. L. Lucas, W. M.

STEAM CLEANING
PRESSING

AND

DYEING

OCALA STEAM LAUNDRY
-:- PHONE 101 -:-

!"lll7, TsnzinTTrhikTrii inivfviprLnr

JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA
In the heart of the city with Hemming Park for a front yard.
Every modern convenience in each room. Dining room service is
second to nont

ROBERT M. MEYER,
Manager.

J. E. KAVANAUGH
Proprietor.

HAVE YOUR MOTOR WASHED
FREE 2
Buy your motor oil at our fiUing 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 S3.50
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 TEW DAYS
ONLY
AUTO SALES CO,
Mack Taylor

P. O. BOX 06

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.

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OCALA EVENING STAR, TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 17, 1920

OCALA OCCURRRNCES; SPECIALS
I.'
If you have any
phone five-one.
society items, j
FOR
i ; ;

A

18 ROOM HOUSE
FOR SALE
To Close Out Estate
Located on quarter-acre
lot one block from Postoffice,
cheap at $3000. Price will
be reduced $10 per day until
sold.
PRICE TODAY S2760
If interested see me at once
FRANK W. DITTO

Miss Majorie Howell is in Tampa
attending the Gasparilla carnival.

Real Estate

Ocaia, Fla.

Sec Me
For All Classes Of
Stone, Brick, Wood,
and Concrete
Building
J. D. McCaskill
Contractor
Phone 446. 728 Wenona St.

McSver & MacKsy
UNDERTAKERS and EMBALMERS
PHONES 47. 104. SO
OCALA, FLORIDA

v?? amines the eye by the

. most

The Optometrist ex-

scientific method,

. sec using NO DRUGS what what-i.W
i.W what-i.W ever. Assuring you no

discomfort or danger to your eyes.
DR. K. J. WEI HE,
Optometrist and Optician.
Eyesight Specialist

T

Freslt Meat
And Oysters
CALL 519
The Old Reliable is Open
Again
Best Steaks 30c
Quick Delivery
J. D. Bawkins

W O 01 2
OAK and PINE
Cut to Any Length
PROMPT DELIVERY
GILES WOOD YARD
PHONE 112

I

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

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 2:10 am

1:&5 pm Jacksonville 1:30 pm
4:05 pm Jacksonville 4:25 pm
Tampa-
2:15 am Tampa 2:15 am
2:15 am Manatee- 3:35 pm
St. Petersburg
1:50 pm 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 air
1:45 pm J'ksonville-Ga'nsville 3:35 pm
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
3:25 pm Homosassa 1:30 pm
10:18 pm Leesburg 6:42 am
4:45 pm Gainesville 11:50 am
Monday, Wednesday, Friday.
Tuesday, Thursday. Saturday.

Miss Mary Burford's friends will be
glad to hear that she is convalescing
after a several days' illness.

Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Manning of
Lynne are in town today, combining
business with pleasure.

Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Christian of
Mcintosh are among the out of town
visitors in the city today.

Mr. H. B. Whittington and family
of Fairfield, are visitors in the city
today.

Mrs. Florence Lilian Bush of Battle
Creek, Mich., and Belleview, is a visi visitor
tor visitor in town today.

$2760 is the price of the 18-room
house today. Ditto. It
Mrs. E. A. Osborne's many friends
regret to hear that she is quite ill at
her home on Lake Weir avenue.

Mr. Charley Brooks of Juliette was
a week end visitor in the city, a guest
at the home of Mr. and Mrs. George
Taylor.

Mrs. Martha D. Dourte and daugh daughter
ter daughter of Philadelphia, are visiting at the
heme of 4' former's cter. Mrs. R.
M. Wolf.

Mr. Niel Ferguson's many friends
will regret to learn of his illness at his
home on South Third street. He has
been confined to his room for over a
week.

Miss Edna Borland of Fort Myers,
well known in Ocala and Citra, is
visiting Mrs. A. J. Beck at her home
in Fort Lauderdale this month.

Miss Rhoda Rhody returned Sunday
afternoon from a visit with her aunt
at Daytona and has accepted a posi position
tion position as stenographer in Mr. H. M.
Hampton's office.
The many friends of Mr. and Mrs.
H. M. Hampton and their daughter,
Laurie, will be glad to learn that the
little girl is improving steadily and in
a few days will be able to be out
again.
Mrs. George R. Bond and her two
interesting children, George and Mar Margaret
garet Margaret Louise, leave this afternoon for
a two weeks' visit at Birmingham,
Ala., Mrs. Bond's old home.
Miss Donnie Proctor, one of the
teachers of the Ocala high school, re remains
mains remains quite sick. Her many friends
trust that she will soon be entirely
well and able to fill her position in the
school, where she is greatly missed.
Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Haas and osn,
Alvis of Youngstown, Ohio, are
spending a couple of days in Ocala en
route to Tamna. They will return to
Ocaal for another visit before going
ncrth.

The many friends of Miss Mary
Parr willbe pleased to know that she
is recovering from her long and ser serious
ious serious illness. She much appreciates
the kindness of her many friends and
especially the thoughtfulness of the

U D. C, of which she ys a member.
The high school minstrel that is to
be given Friday evening at the car carnival
nival carnival in the Ocala House yard prom promises
ises promises to be a tremendous treat. Come
early if you desire a good seat. Only
25 cents to be highly amused, and
then you are helping to make the
high school annual a success.
Mr. James I. Miller of Richmond,
Va., who with his wife and young son
visited in Ocala last week at the home
of his sister.. Mrs. F. E. Wetherbee,
purchased from Mr. E. H. Mote of
Leesburg, a beautiful orange grove
and it is his intention to build a
handsome home on same and spend a
month or two each winter there.

Miss Ruby Cappleman received a
telegram yesterday from her brother,
Mr. D. E. Cappleman, announcing his
arrival in Chicago from China, and
stating that he would immediately
come to Ocala for a visit with home
folks. This will be Mr. Cappleman's
first visit home in four years and his
family and friends are looking for forward
ward forward with much pelasure to having
him home again. Mr. Cappleman holds
a responsible position with the Stand Standard
ard Standard Oil Company in China.
JAPANESE TEA ROOM

Be sure to eat supper in the Jap Japanese
anese Japanese tea room at the O. H. S. car carnival
nival carnival Friday night, Feb. 20th. There
will be many varieties of salads, sand sandwiches
wiches sandwiches and other delicacies served in
this booth and the "waitresses will be
some of the most attractive girls in
town.

WANTED TO PURCHASE Five Five-room
room Five-room cottage and seven-room house,
well located. W. W. Condon. 17-6t

W. K. Lane, M. TV, Physic .n and
Surgeon, specialist Eye, Ear, Nose :.r.d
Throat. Office over 5 and -:ent
store, Ocaia, Fla. tt

THIS

FEB. 16-21
Fresh Country EGGS A.n
per dozen "vC
Eight-pound bucket 0 CO
SNOWDRIFT 03
Eight-pound bucket (JQ JC
COTTOLENE V00
Four-pound bucket J QC
COTTOLENE
Six-pound bucket J 1 QP
CRISCO tjl70
Three-pound bucket J 1 ff
CRISCO J1UU
lV2-lb. bpeket fiA
CRISCO OUC
40 to 50 PRUNES, two An
pounds, for wC
ATLANTIC Matches, 1 P
two packages for XcJC
TALL CREAM 1 Kf
per can JLOC
TALL CREAM 7P
per dozen cans
WHITE RING Self-Rising FLOUR
(best at any price) Qfl
12-lb. bag 7UC
24-lb. bag WHITE RING fc 7(?
Flour J1 O
Extra Fancy Evaporated OCT
Peaches, per pound dCOC
No. 2 cans Baltimore Tamo- 1 P
toes, standard pack JLOC
FREE CITY DELIVERY
H. B. WHITTINGTON
Phone 377

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Improved Farm wanted
on good road. Give full
particulars and all im improvement
provement improvement in detail.

DAVID $

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Real Estate
Room 8 Merchant Block
Ocala Florida

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FIRE

A. E. GERIG
INSURANCE
Ocala, Florida
ACCIDENT AUTOMOBILE

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.

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

Ycur doctor will appreciate this. Call
us up when vou want some. Gerig's
iDrug Store. 1-30-tf

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a fine bird; and fine metals have made the
Maxwell. They have given it:
1 A life of"l 00,000 miles. 2 Thriftiness.
For its metals are light in weight. Therein
comes thriftiness.
But these metals are of extra strength.
Therein comes long life.
Metallurgists those who have made the
study of metals a science will tell you that
such metals are costly, hut they guarantee
quality in a car and their generous employ employment
ment employment in a Maxwell is bv far the best evidence
anyone may need to determine its quality.
They arc almost alone responsible for the
rapid rise of Maxwell, for the fact that nearly
400,000 now have been built, for that ever evergrowing
growing evergrowing friendliness to Maxwell the world over.

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Made in 12-oz. duck, the best tents
ever sold by the government, 16 x
10. XX grade, at 30. Same tent but
in our XXX grade, $35. The very
best tent, 16 x 16, our XXXX grade,
$40.
HIP BOOTS
Brand new Rubber Hip Boots,
made for the army, regular $11 values
at $6.50.
CANVAS COTS
Regular officers Folding Cots
at $3.75, made of Khaki Canvas.
COTTON PADS
Slightly used Cotton Pads, $2.25.
Brand new Silk Hoss Cot Pads $8.50
value at $4.50.
AKMY SLICKERS

Just a few more Slickers left in
three grades, $3.50, $4.50 and $5.50
each.
ARMY PONCHOS
Regulation Army Ponchos in three
grades, $1.50, $2.50 and $3.50 for
the best.
MAIL ORDERS
Send us your orders by mail. In Include
clude Include money orders. We guarantee
what we sell or make refund.

PUBLIC AUCTION
BOUSE
JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA

If Everything Was As
Cheap As Our Ice
The cost of living would be as lew 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.
Ocala Ice & Packing Co.

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Negotiable Storage Receipts Issued on Cotton, Automobiles, Etc

LONG DISTANCE MOVING
Pluone 296

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

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

Get rid of those aches and pains;
take Mystery Red Drops for Rheu Rheumatism
matism Rheumatism and Blood Disorders. At the
Anti-Monopoly Drug Store. 19-lm

NOTICE
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, 1020, at
nine o'clock.
The object of the meeting is to

j elect officers for the ensuing year, to
j receive the annual reports and to
i transact such other business as may
be brought up.
T. T. Munroe, President.
! Attest: E. H. Martin, Sec'y. 9-eod



OCAlA EVEXENG STAR, TtESDAT, FEBRCART 17, 1920

LATEST LOCALS: county commissioners

Temperature this morning, 28; et
noon. fin. I

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UNCLASSIFIED
ADVERTISEMENTS

The wounded men at the hospital
are doing very well today. i

Postmaster Rogers is
after several days' illness.

improving

WANTED, LOST, FOUND, FOR
SALE, FOR RENT AND SIM SIMILAR
ILAR SIMILAR LOCAL NEEDS

All customers cf Federal Bread arc
satisfied customtrs Ask tham. tf

The father and son banquet that
was to have been given Friday night ;

by the Rotarians has been postponed.
The county judge's office today is issued
sued issued a marriage license to Mr. J. J.
Johnson and Mrs. Eunice J. Tinsley,
both of Sarasota.

this board offer a reward of $25 for

each conviction of violation of the!

prohibition laws to be paid to the
sheriff1 of this county; provided fur further,
ther, further, that such reward will be paid
only from funds contributed by citi-

zens 01 tne county ior tnat express I n.Aira six line maximum, one

nnmnP nnr? this Vmnrrl will nnt h time, 25c. :three times. 50c: six times

bound to pay such reward unless there 75c; one month $3- Payable in ad-(5

are sufficient funds in hand from such

contribution, and that Mr. O. H. Rog-

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PHILIP G.
BLOCK

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ers be designated as trustee of these if t6-,, 0ak. and ,Summer-

funds.

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OCALA, FLORIDA

For Rheumatism,
Red Drops.

take Mystery
19-lm

Mr. John F. Hayes of Webster, a
successful Sumter county farmer and
truck grower, was a business visitor
to the city today.

Cherry Batk Cough Syrup Is one of i
the best. New lot just in at Gerig's

Drug Store. 1-30-tf
FOR SALE Ford automob;le, in A-l
snape from top including tires. Car
never abused. Price very reasonable if
sold quick. Need the room. Write to or
see H. L. Straub, Weirsdale, Fla. 17-3t
Corporal Kassels, army recruiting
officer here, has enl'sted another young
soldier, Raphael Campbell, who has
elected to serve with Uncle Sam's
walk-a-heaps i. e., the infantry.
Undergraduate nurse would like the
care of invalid or children. Address
or phone Miss Carleton, Kendrick. 6t"
Ocala Odd Fellows should take no notice
tice notice that the grand master, Mr. Ar Arthur
thur Arthur B. Brown of Fort Pierce, will
meet with Tulula Lode tonight and
make an address.

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FOR SALE Fancy hand picked Va Valencia
lencia Valencia peanuts, $1 per bushel. Also
floated chufn seed, $8 per bushel. Ap- i
ply Bitting & Co., Ocala. 17-0t
Chief Electrician Ccady.. who has
been in charge cf the navy recruiting
station here for sovoval months., has
gone to Jp.c!"cve. M". Coady was
a very e'ever yc-v.ri rran and his
friends pa-tr v"t h'm v!th regret.

The board asks the sheriff to exer-1""1; rmuer rera X3,' U
cise the greatest care possible in the Lirton care Arlo Box Co., Oak. Fla.,
future in the selection of juries, ask- -s and receive ward. 16-6t
ing that the representative business ;
men be used wherever possible. I FOR SALE Or exchange. Maxwell
Draft was ordered drawn on the light delivery truck for a light run run-Munroe
Munroe run-Munroe & Chambliss Bank, favor W. about; metal panel body; first class
A. Sessoms, county demonstrator, for condition. Can be seen at the home of
month of January, in amount of $200. Fred Kunze, 216 N Main St. Ask for
The board ordered that advertise- Mr- Grav- 1-1C-
ment be made that bids will be receiv-'
ed Monday, 9th day of January, 1920, LOST Ladies' wrist watch, solid
at 10 o'clock at their office in the court geld, engraved, hexagon shaped case,
house at Ocala, Fla., for sale of two white ribbon with black border at at-horses,
horses, at-horses, two mules, two wagons and tached. Spring was broken in same
harness, the board reserving the right and hands were set at 8:02. Finder
to reject any and all bids. please return to Star office and receive
Warrant No. 717 on the agricultural reward. 2-lG-Gt
fund, favor the Marion County Fair )xt
Association in amount of $250 being PO, RRENT Three furnished rooms
reported lost, duplicate was ordered and a lare bath room. Comfortably
issued and payment on original stop-. eJulPPed for light housekeeping. Ap-

pe(j. ipiy to miss isessie wnetstone, io
Upon motion the Ocala Star was '. Flfth St- 1G'3t j
designated as the official paper to pub- c, 0
lish the delinquent tax list of 1919 LOST Strayed or stolen, valuable;
levv black goat; dehorned and ringed. Re-
Bill of Hocker & Martin, in amount turn to H- C- Jones and receive ro-:
$5 was approved and sent to the trus- war"- 16-lt ;
tees of the Dunnellon special road and ir
bridge district for payment. j ANTED One flattop desk and let-!
The board considering the unsani- tcr fiiin& cabinet. Apply at the Ocala
tary condition of the court house and Motors Co- C. E. Simmons, Bo.v
grounds, upon motion decided to in-, m 14-3t
ciease salary of janitor to $50 per:
month, provided a change is made I 0R SALE My residence at 212 Or Or-from
from Or-from the one employed at present, and are avenue. In good condition. Has
provided the aoDearance of the court nine rooms- Suitable to accommodate 1
house generally" is improved, and it two families. Cheap. L-ss than cost. ;
was ordered that the sheriff be noti- 0zi easy terms. Apply to Mrs. Martha ;
fied of same and directed to make a A. Williams. 13-12t
change in janitors as soon as possible.
Bids of J. C. Smith and F. G. B. F0R SALE Buick six roadster. In
Weihe in amount of $75 each for care Perfect condition, a bargain for cash.
of the courthouse clock were refused, j AI Plv to B- Koonce. 13-3t :

Upon motion the board directed the'
tax collector to collect taxes on lot 5, "ANTED Six genuine razorb?.ck ;
Brown and D'al sub of Hijulias grant sows and 0R0 malc- w- c- B:3- j

at valuation of $60, said reduction be-! L- ocala, ria. l-i-f;f

!n? made on account of error.

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Pictol bond of V. H. Shaw was ap approved.
proved. approved. Petition, sismed bv 12 names, was

FOR SALE

WANTED An experienced sal-sludy r

j at once. Apply at B. Goldman's. 13-t

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Mrs. Lu!a C-I-ur-der
the ; ir- ic
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diagonally across sec 18, tp 15 r 24, be maxwell truck, in serv;ce si:: .nonti.i

d be establish- oniv- Equipped witn Juxo cosd ins

Ifctu-s ?t tha M. abrogated and that road be establish-

even1."

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vA'o is cturing

Re

ed as follows: "Commencing at a noint In first-c:t2G condition. Apply Chcro-ono-ouarter
mile sw of ne cor sec 19 Cola Bottling Mo.. Main street, Ocaia,

a.'icnai

1, r 24, thence to ne cor sec 19, ria
:. -c ne to section line dividinsr sees

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vaq on!v dr.iaed yesterday
by an A. C. L. train, but it v. a- du? to
the cu'ckne.'s of the engineer in stop stopping
ping stopping hs engine that fomething more
serious did no I: hnppen.
Laxative Aspirin Cold Tablets will
'abs;clutely rereve any cold. bToney
back if not natkSed. Sold only at
Gerig's Drug Store. l-:30-tf

p.rd 38 to Fort Gates road," and FOR SALE Uakiai.ci si.v. 10-0 mod!,
following committee was annoint-. IIas been run 2500 ir.i!es. Practically

'n v'ew and mark out the best and ncw- APP!y Box 374' Ocala. 11-tf

most nractical route for said

road:

W. C. Henderson. W. C. West and T. j v 1
P.. G;r s rr,d it was ordered that the econd hani furniture. Expert

The navy recruit::r officer here has
been re:'nfcrced by another efficient
young seaman. Chief Gunner's Mate
Douglas, who served on the famous
transport Buford during the war. The
three Ocala boys James Ellis, John
Forbes and Guy C. Proctor recently
accepted here, have passed examina examination
tion examination in Jacksonville and been sent to
Gulfport, Miss.
See the snec"al grocerv prices being
offered by WHITTINGTON all this
week. Phone 377. 16-4t

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Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Kirby Jr., are
leaving this afternon for Pittsburg,
Pa., where they will make their home
in the future. Mr. Kirby came to
Ocala about three years ago, bought
the McLin farm on the Silver Springs
road and went into stock raising, in
which he was successful. About a year
after he married M'ss Jean Hagmaier
of Pittsburg, who by her winsome and
attractive manners has made many
friends in Ocala. Both Mr. and Mrs.
Kirby will be much missed in our city
and it is hoped that they will some
day decide to come back and make
their home with us again.
MRS. SARA JANE MANLY
Vocal culture at the Woman's Club.
Studio hours 10 to 12 a. m. 16-12t

What apartments and bungalows, if
any, are ct present available in Ocala?
The Board of Trade would like to
know. The secret? ry states that peo people
ple people are leaving the city because they
cannot find the accommodations that
tbey desire. The demand according
to the secretary is for four and five
roomed apartments cr bungalows fur furnished.
nished. furnished. The apartments and bunga bungalows
lows bungalows must be well furrrshrd, must be
in good cond'tlon, well located and
must have all modern conveniences.
Any one hav'nr housin-r facHties of
this description should notify the
Board of Trade.

WANTED

CCrJSTIPATION
Ak3 Sour Spinach Caused Toil
Lady Much Suffering. Black-

c. v ;

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put it i

;icn mentioned be posted for ab-! 'n "d ond!tur et.r re-selling.

it mating. j Repair sowin,? machines, inm rnow-
Mr. H. P. GriVgs appeared and com-1 ( rs amelware, etc. .j. W. Hunter, j
ain-d that Geo. H. Miller of Moss'10- 31 2- ;14 South Ma5n st- 23"tf j
Buff has fenced in and closed up the WANTED Share croerT CTfw-
vrrc road granted along the follow- ;u n V y-. ;

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jiiy ruuie; om ar point on puonc roaa i-j t rp tt i T.,
TTit a. x ni ni it land. L.. 1. Hendrix, Alorriston. r Ior-
frcm Electra to Moss Bluff, near the icja i
ne cor of ne of sec 14 tp 16 r 24, and
ri'nning near mesent voting place
thence bv W. H. Harris' place, thence J OR SALE (Wood Cut to Order )
0-: erst side of Long Lke by H.' P. I?-'-i,Jce the high cot of keeping eom-GnVe-s'
house, and connecting with f stable this winter by buying your
public road near ne cor of ne of wood cut read to burn direct f,om 1,10
nwU sec 19 tp 1G r 25, a distance of Pr'ducer, thereby saving the profits
2 miles, making a straight way to of th City wood 3'aid Orders filled
Electra postoffice and church, and the anj-where in the city. Phone 39 M. C.
county attorney was requested to taka F- Howe" Ocala. 20m
the matter in hand and require Mr. LOST Gold watch, hunting case,
Miller to remove obstructions from Waltham movemert. No. 7169928.
S' 5?. Finder bring to Star office and receive
Petition was presented signed by 38 a reward. 12-6t
names requesting the board to place' '.
a. hard surface on road between Mon- f OR SALE Our seeds are carefully
roe s cm the Orange avenue road, east seiectcd and tested for Florida. Send
of half-section line to Belleyiew and fov our special price list for farmers
Srmmerfield road, which petition was and gardnerS. Mann-Hodge Seed Co.,
referred to Commissioned Davis (Palatka, Fla. 1-27-lm
Upon motion bills of Barnes Con-'
struct'on Co. in amounts of $2823.95 HADSOCK'S WOOD YARD Phone
and $597.35, approved by J. R. Moor- your orders to Smoak's shop. Phone
head, were ordered approved and sent 140. 2-m
to the trustees of the Dunnellon spec-,
ia! road and bridge district for pay-1 FOR SALE Rent or exchange, five five-mont.
mont. five-mont. j rocm house; firts class condition. Lot
Communication of J. Rexwinkle 50 x 105, North Ocala. Cash or time,
concerning taxes on lot in Candler Address Box 424, Ocala, or Star of of-was
was of-was referred to Commissioner Davis fice. 4-tf
fo investigation. j
The board ordered that warrant be FOR SALF Buick touring car; 17
drawn on the outstanding indebted- mcdel; good condition. A bargain for
rss f'md in favor of Munroe & Cham- $850. Box 178. city. 4-6t
bliss National Bank in amount of $240

to retire coupons No. 8 on general
fvnd vacated warrants No. 15, $30:

No. 13 ?30. No. 14 $30, No. 11 $30, fffr
d couprns No. 8 on road and bridee HdpCPS for f OUKdry and
fund validated warrants No. 6$ 30, machine Shop, fit OIICC,
No. 53 $30, No. 52 $30, No. 54 $30. j nnA A ,Dny ,AT w-c
The board desiring to purchase a! vtALA 1KUI V U
tractor ordered that advertisement be

made fo bid's to be submitted on same F0R SALE At a sacrifice, Mx-room ;
at metinn-March 2. 1920. i house; lath and sleeping porch; on,

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Lovnty denos-torv. countv judge, .iKhuiii &irei, u.iKmm neigms., fca fTf-rffects, it bis v,nn the pralae
sheriff, tax collector, justices of the Absolutely unimcumbered; $1000 in- of thovsaedf. cf people who have used
reac ad insneotcrs of marks and surance paid up to Nov. 1921. Price it NCM.s
b?.nds filed reports. fr Quick sale S1250. See F. W. Ditto,;
The following warrants were order- Ocala, or write P. D. Odell, Andrews,! JR- CLIFFORD U. AVER

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duces reduces living cost in a sane, sensible, worth while way.
Calumet Baking Powder never
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You save when you buy it moderate

in cost, iou save when you use it has
more than the ordinary leavening strength
therefore you use less. You save materials it is
used with there is never a bake-day failure.
Generations of good cooks have used
Calumet because it positively proves its
superiority and economy. Is unfailingly depend-
frV5: co to you from the largest; finest, most sanitary
Baking Powder Factory in the world absolutely pure and
as perfect in leavening power as the day it left the big
Calumet Plant
Contains only such ingredients as
have been officially approved by United
States Food Authorities. Sold by your grocer
under a definite money-back guarantee, if it doesnt prove
best by test" in your own kitchen, in arty baking.

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Moavlr.rsville, Ky. Mrs. Pearl Pat
rick, cf this pTane, writes: "I was
very constipated. I had sour stomach
an 1 .-as zo uncomfortable. I went to
the doctor. He gave me some pills.
They v.-eakened me and seemed to
tear up my digestion. They would
feTi'po me and 'afterwards It seemed
I was more constipated than before.

I XcarJ of Black-Draught and de i
eldrd to try it. t found it Just what I j
need eJ. It was an easy laxative, and I
not bad to swallow. My digestion soon j
lr:. proved. I got well of the sour Etom- I
ach, my Lowcls soon seemed normal,!
no more crriring, and I would take a

dc :o now and tnea, and was in good i 1
hoprt.
I cannot sav too much for Black o
Draught for it Is the finest laxative J
one can use."
Tro Kcrd's Black-Draught has for ; J
many year- been found of great value ;
in the treatment of stomach, liver and ;
bowr-1 trouMis. Easy to take, gentle;?

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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 enfoy it yourself, or sell to an
advantage.

d d-?wn to cover bills duly examined, i5-

pc?Pr and ordered naid, towit: Gen-

Give her a box of beautiful station stationery
ery stationery on Va!?ntme D?y. It -vt'II be a
most acceptable rift. A wonderful as assortment
sortment assortment at t::e specialty shop,
A. E. Gerir. 10-5t

Use-the-t:ir's 'Jr'-t:

C 6-16t j Has ':or.c north to take a post-i J
,,iaT,jrit.-. co.-r-. He will not be in

cioi luiiu, fi-toi.o-i; line aim jtoneiture -. '---j niutj u;... .uu.n. in. o-m
furd. ?49.38: road fund $4904.26; northwest of Ocala. Feb. 2nd, year-old ;
state aid road fund, $76.85; outstand- Jersey bull; very dark; no mark or: WIIITTT"GTOV. the trrocer, can J

ir.rr indebtedness fund $240. j brand. Libertl reward for return. J. ?-,ve yen nn?y en your supplies.
There beinqr no further business the M. Fennell, Route B, Box 30, Ocala, Read the ndv-:r:i?cnient in today's :
board thereuDon adjourned. Fla. 2-7-3t ipjper. Fhor.e 377. 16-4t i

O. H. Rogers, Chairman. '. ..
Attest: P. H. Nusrent, Clerkt by $2760 is the price of. .the 18-room Housker-ners will profit by reading
D. Lancaster Jr., Deputy. "" house" today. m Ditto.., ... It WHITTINGTON'S ad. today. 16-4t

AUTOS BOUGHT, SOLD and REPAIRED
J. W. MUMTEM

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