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The Ocala evening star
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Weather Forecast: Partly cloudy
tonight, slightly warmer in north
portion; Sunday fair except rain in
extreme north portion.
OCALA, FLORIDA, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 21, 1920.
VOL. 2G, NO. 15

HO

SCHOOL CARNIVAL

Pupils, their Teachers and Assistants
Experts in Amputating People
from their Money Without
Pain
The -carnival given by the scholars
and pupils of the Ocala High School
and a number of their friends. Friday
afternoon and evening, was the most
satisfactory event of its kind that
every occurred here. The young folks
laised a good-sized -.sum of money,
and while their friends would have
gladly given it to them just to see
them pleased, they gave .good value
in return. So carnival coming in
from the 'outside could have given a
tenth of the satisfaction and close
personal interest as this given by our
school children.
The fun began with the parade
around the courthouse square and
some of the principal streets. Long
before it hove in sight, the square
was crowded with expectant people,
but it was worth waiting for. Fol Following
lowing Following was the order of the proces procession:
sion: procession: -: : '
Miss Ullaine. Barnett, queen, and
Fred WTiner, king, preceded by their
heralds, Claude Barnett and J. W.
Crosby Jr.
The queen's attendants, most fas fascinatingly
cinatingly fascinatingly attired.
A Japanese car filled with beauti beautiful
ful beautiful Japanese maidens.
The freshman band under the di direction
rection direction of Bennie Borden, which must
be mentioned "for the lack of har harmony
mony harmony displayed."
There were many cars of clever
clowns, a minstrel carand a car of
French dolls.
Numerous clowns on bicycles
brought up the rear.
The parade cut corners with reck reckless
less reckless disregard of the traffic law, but
the cops only grinned.
Some minutes after this first par
ade came a notable procession of j
fairies, goblins.. clowns, historical
celebrities and other notable on foot.
They had all the interest of the first!
section, lacking only its' speed. j
The parade ended at the Ocala i
House garden, where the oarnivjal j
took place. t i
The fun at the carnival grounds
i bioks loose as soon as the parade was.
over, and, if we include the ball, last-j
i i i a mi .1 I ?
et unui miunignt. ine grounus anu
hotel veranda were thronged with the
- pleasure seekers, who got what they
were looking for in full measure,
heaped up, pressed down and running
oyer.
Robert Hall and Walter Troxler
were at the gates, while Reese Hunni Hunni-cutt'with
cutt'with Hunni-cutt'with an attractive dump wagon
conveyed the sightseers over the
grounds, intelligently describing the
different attractions, some of which
were as follows:
' At the first tent was Miss Cornelia
Dozier as a hypnotist. Miss Cornelia
sure was scone hypnotist. Any young
man who looks into her eyes will do
what he is told to do. Barking for her
vigorously was Miss Mildred Crosby,
whose silvery voice had a dark brown
velvet note imparted to it bythe
megaphone.
There were several fortune tellers
on the grounds. Among them Mrs.
Minnie A. Bostick. The old-timers
kept away from Mrs. Bostick. They
feared she would read their palms too
well. Miss Rinehart, one of our win winter
ter winter visitors was another skilled reader
of palms In a third tent was Miss
Gladys Farris, whose cards told love lovely
ly lovely fortunes at a quarter a fortune.
Those who had three different for fortunes
tunes fortunes told them should not worry
they should believe the best one, or
the best in all three.
Besides, there was "Mystery," Mrs.
L, J. Knight, who had an authentic
telegram right off 'the wires for each
person present.
The curiosities were most amusing.
As Blue Beard's Wives, Misses Irene
Cam, Edith Edwards and Elizabeth
Wetherbee were certainly cleverly got gotten
ten gotten up. Miss Inez Vaughn as the fat
' lady was charming and Annie Had Had-socl
socl Had-socl was most attractive as a spider
girl. John Cook, the tall man, was
one of the best features. He directed
- the greatest swimming match in the
world two matches. The wild animal
show was as good as any of its kind
that has ever visited Ocala.
The tea room was one of the most
popular attractions. Delicious salads,
sandwiches and other delicacies were
served under the supervision of Miss
Eugenia Fuller, assisted by Miss
Rhoda Thomas, Miss Marie Mathews
and Miss Elizabeth Bennett.
Two huge and most tempting look looking
ing looking cakes were raffled off, and the
lucky winners were Miss Ullaine Bar Barnett
nett Barnett and Mr. B. R. Thomas of St. Pe Petersburg.
tersburg. Petersburg. Many people visited No Man's
Land This room was enclosed with
a large sign on the outside, "No Man's

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SUCCESSFUL OPERATION

MARION COUNTY'S

GOOD RECORD
Hps Won Many Prizes and Consider Considerable
able Considerable Sum of Money at the
South Florida Fair
Mr. J. W. Davis was well pleased
last night to receive the following
telegram from County Agent W. A.
Sessoms:
Tampa, Fla., Feb. 20. 1920.
i. W. Davis, Ocala, Fla.:
Won third on county exhibits and
twenty-one first and thirteen second
premiums. Total winnings amount to
$400. XW. A. Sessoms.
Land," and on entering same there
was not a man to be seen.
The minstrel was splendid and
thoroughly enjoyed. There was some
remrakable talent for the stage djs djs-covered
covered djs-covered there. Special praise should
be given to Miss Porter, who directed
the show, and the boys taking part
deserve the many compliments be bestowed
stowed bestowed upon them. This took in $125.
Those takingpart were Nat Mayo, in interlocutor,
terlocutor, interlocutor, James Fielding. Robert
Blake, Ernest Hensley and Ralph Cul Cul-len,
len, Cul-len, who were blackface and took the
part of end men. The others were
Elmer Griggs. Wilford Harold, James
Melton and Robert Rogers, with Jack
Williams at the piano. Miss Lucille
Gissendaner as a blackface, young
lady did some skillful dancing.
The baby show of six darlings,
Lmdsay Troxler, Marion Lummus,
Fred Dodd, Billy Barnett and the
darling twins, Uames Knight and
Frances Pasteur,. was a great attrac attraction.
tion. attraction. Miss Sarah Dehon was the at attractive
tractive attractive nurse.
Special mention must be given to
Mrs. Jarley's wax works and perform
ing dolls, Hugh Chace and the street
sweeper, WyclifTe Steele, country
character doll, Mildred Bullock and
Christine Close, the graceful dancing
dolls, Katherine Henry., the French
talking doll, Dorothy Crawford, the
Turkish maiden, and Miss Clara Mc McDonald
Donald McDonald as the famous Mrs. Jarley.
About ten o'clock in one of the
Ocala House parlors a grand march,
led by the king and queen, opened the
dance, which concluded this enjoyable
and wonderful affair.
Pop corn, peanuts and balloons
were sold.. Altogether the carnival
took in about five hundred dollars and
gave out about five millions in fun.
PAUL SEELEY WILL
LECTURE AT THE TEMPLE
THEATER TOMORROW
The public is cordially invited to at attend
tend attend the free lecture that Mr. Paul
Starke Seeley will give tomorrow aft afternoon
ernoon afternoon at the Temple theater at 3 p.
t. 2,lr. Seeley, bachelor of Christian
Science, is from'' Portland, Oregon,
a member of the board of lectureship
of the mother church, the First
Chuch of Christian Scientist in Bos Boston,
ton, Boston, Mass. He is a renowned orator
and a fluent speaker and has always
been known to delight every audience
that he has spoken to. Ocala is for fortunate
tunate fortunate in securing Mr. Seeley and no
doubt he will speak to an overflowing
house.
WHITNEY WOMAN GUILTY
(Associated Press)
Oakland, Cal.. Feb. 21. The jury
which tried Miss Anita Whitney, a
social worker and lecturer, on the
charge -of criminal syndicalism, re returned
turned returned a verdict of guilty.
TOBACCO PRICES SOAR
( Associated ress
Washington, Feb. 20 The extraord extraordinary
inary extraordinary European demand for tobacco
other than the cigar types and the
immensely increased use of tobacco
foe cigarettes during 1919 raised the
average farm price of the composite
chewing, smoking, snuff and export
types to 41.3 cents on December 1, or
gvcatly above the price of 21.9 cents
for cigar tobacco, experts of the de department
partment department of agriculture state. The
piice of cigar types of tobacco before
Ir.st year always has been above that
o! the other types, as a whole. Cigar
tcbacco last year was lower in price
than it was in either 1918 or 1917, not
because of increase of production, but
because of weaker demand. In com.
meriting on the prices, the department
of agriculture savs the cigar has
been overtaken and passed by the cig
aiette.
All customers of Federal Bread are
satisfied customers. Ask them. tf

A YEAR
AGO TODAY
iVbate on the Treaty of Peace, the
l ate of Which Will Soon
be Decided
Asooiat-d Pl"rS.s)
Washington, Feb. 21. Many days
of partisan wrangling over the peace
treaty promised-to give way foday to
actual progress toward disposal of the
pact, just a year since the debate
started. A vote on the first proposed
modification of the reservations adopt adopted
ed adopted at the last session is expected to
be leached today.
SITUATION IS NOT ACUTE
With President Wilson' reply to the
note of the allied premiers on the
Adriatic question almost ready for
dispatch, officials here let it be known
that they did not regard the situation
as acute, nor expect negotiations will
tiike such a turn that the United
States will be forced to consider
whether it could become a party to
the treaty of Versailles. The reply
wiiy -go forward today.
REORGANIZATION ON THE
ROADS
Opposing factions on the railroad
reorganization bill lined up for the last
stand in the House today with a final
vote on the Esch-Cummings compro compro-wise
wise compro-wise measure scheduled to be cast be before
fore before adjournment. Indications were
that a vote would not be reached be before
fore before evening. In addition to a ma majority
jority majority of the democratic members op opposed
posed opposed to the bill because of its finan financial
cial financial provisions, members of both sides
were ready to attack it because of
the objections of organized labor.
WON'T AFFECT NEGOTIATIONS,
Assurance was given railroad labor
organizations today by the railroad
administration that the return of the
reads March 1st would not affect ne-;
gctiations now pending as to interpre interpretations
tations interpretations of various wage agreements
made with the labor groups during
federal control.
i
IMMENSE EXPENSE
x
Federal control of the railroads
cost the government $G3C,000,000, ac ac-covding
covding ac-covding to railroad administration es estimates,
timates, estimates, Chairman Esch told the
House today, opening the debate on
the railroad bill.
NOMINATION WITHDRAWN
President Wilson today withdrew
from the Senate the nomination for
interstate commerce commissioner of
Lenry C. Stuart, who declined.
x
HARRINGTON HALL ARRIVALS
C. C. Watkins, W. M. Maxwell, I. J.
Brenner, Jacksonville; A. C. Jeffries,
Atlanta; J. F. Morse and wife,' Boze-
man, Mont.; Mrs. M. E. Lilley, Town Town-da,
da, Town-da, Pa.; Ewen Dimock and wife, New
London, Conn.; James Green, Palat Palat-ka4;
ka4; Palat-ka4; S. J. Hennessy, Hastings; F. E.
Waymer, Palatka; W. S. Jones, At At-larta;
larta; At-larta; O. C. Manor, Marianna; C. L.
Brown, Montgomery; Peter E. Blow,
Knoxville; Mrs. Ethel Emerson, Miss
Jessie Blow, Birmingham; Jack El Ellison,
lison, Ellison, Jacksonville; J. D. Lawspn. Vir Virginia;
ginia; Virginia; E. J. Dickey, Atlanta jCary A.
Hardee. Live Oak: John M. Scott,
Gainesville; A. B. Rogers, Jackson Jacksonville;
ville; Jacksonville; R. F. Tompson and wife, New
York; C. H. Baldwin and wife, W. M.
Palmer and wife, New Britain. Conn.;
E. P. A. Sengstack, Jacksonville; F.
Lbell and wife, Miss Neida Ebell, W.
G. Travers, Mrs. J. W. Fussell, New
York; Mrs. Win. R. Burne, Orlando;
Miss D. H. Bryant, Jamestown, N. Y.;
Mrs. T. R. Bryant, Lexington; Miss
Ceres Brown, Charlestown, W. Va.;
E. E. Lusk,. D. Williams, Lakeland;
W. B. Long, Jacksonville; G. T. Bob Bobbin,
bin, Bobbin, Gainesville; H. F. Willis, Inver Inverness;
ness; Inverness; R. L. Williams, Jacksonville; H.
Abrcman and wife, S. Abroman and
wife, New York; Mrs. J. Schumacker,
Akron, O.; Mrs. George Weiner, Lon London;
don; London; G. W. Marshall and wife, Bos Boston;
ton; Boston; Jas. P. Fislin and wife, South
Carolina; Charles Merrick and wife,
Glenn Falls. N. Y.; A. C. Hamblin,
L. G. Bending, Tampa; Thomas Ful Fuller,
ler, Fuller, Orlando; I. Burner, J. P. DeVane,
Tampa; Max Strauss, Inverness; Z.
W. Whitney, Atlanta; F. S. Elkins,
Houstonffi W. L. Adams, Birmingham.
Use Klenzo Liquid Antiseptic, either
as a spray or gargle. It's pleasant and
effective. Sold only at Gerig's Drug
Store. 2-13-tf
MARION-DUNN MASONIC LODGE
Marion-Dunn Lodge No. 19, F. & A.
M., meets on the first and third
Thursday evenings of each month at
7:30 o'clock until further notice.
Jake Brown, Secretary.
A. L. Lucas, Wr. M.
i

BEGAN

AN HONOR
IS AT STAKE
Up to the People of the Fatherland to
See that the Wicked are
Punished
(Associated Press)
Berlin, Feb. 21. Preliminary pro proceedings
ceedings proceedings in a number of cases of Ger Germans
mans Germans accused of violations of the
laws of war already have beun and
progress is being made collecting
documentary material, Minister of
Justice Schiffer told the newspapers
today. The accused persons will be
Jried at Leipsig by a "court of seven
judges. The government, he said, re regarded
garded regarded it an affair of honor to punish
those really guilty.
HUNGARIAN REGENT
Geneva, Feb. 21 Admiral Nicholas
Horthy, commander of the Hungarian
aimy, is reported to have been named
rcfrent of Hungary by the national as.
scmbly.
SENDING BACK PRISONERS
Paris, Feb. 21. The repatriation of
German war prisoners now in Siberia
was authorized by the council of am am-brssadors
brssadors am-brssadors today. Repatriation .will be
via the far east. The question of dis disposal
posal disposal of various, enemy warships was
taken up and their allocation decided
upon.
GEDDES OFFERED THE JOB
London, Feb. 21. Sir Auckland
Geddes, minister of naitonal service
and reconstruction, who is reported
to have been offered the ambassador ambassadorship
ship ambassadorship to the United States) succeeding
Viscount Grey, informed the Asso Associated
ciated Associated Press today he was not aware
of the government having reached any
decision regarding the naming of an
ambassador.
SPANISH MINISTERS DO NOT
STICK
Madrid, Feb. 21. The Spanish min ministry
istry ministry resigned today owing to their
inability to obtain sufficient support
in parliament to pass appropriations
and increase railroad rates.
SHIP DANISH SUGAR
Copenhagen, Feb. 21 Negotiations
for shipping twenty million pounds of
Danish sugar to the United States
aie under way, accordin gto the Na National
tional National Tidende.
STEAMER WRECKED
Toulon, Friday, Feb. ,20. Reports
here say the Brazilian steamer Mandu
has been wrecked south of Marseilles.
Help is being rushed. The Mandu is,
a essel of 4000 tons.
A PRICE, OF COURSE
Copenhagen, Feb. 21. Soviet Rus Russia
sia Russia in proposing favorable peace
tenns with Finland, has made an of offer
fer offer conditional upon permission to
use Finnish harbors, accroding to a
Hflsingfors dispatch.
JAP LADIES INDIFFERENT
Tokio, Feb. 21. A universal suf suffrage
frage suffrage demonstration this morning at
the eleventh hour in hope of influenc influencing
ing influencing legislation proved a failure. While
a hundred thousand participants were
expected, only a -quarter of that num number
ber number took part. Quiet prevailed.
4
COST OF DEATH IS HIGH
Hangtung, China, Jan. -2G. (Cor (Correspondence
respondence (Correspondence of the Associated Press.)
Thev influenza epidemic in this district
has caused so many deaths that there
is a shortage of caskets and their
price has risen 400 per cent in recent
weeks.
Because of this many bodies have
been buried in shrouds only, a prac practice
tice practice common even among the poorest
Chinese. Another departure that has
been forced upon the people by the
existing situation is that Feng Shui,
or the practice of geomancy in" con
nection with funerals by which grave
sit es and times of burial and other de details
tails details are determined, is being ignored
f( r the first: time, for no longer can
notice be taken of lucky or unlucky
dr.ys for holding funerals. Whole
households are being wiped out by the
epidemic.
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.
in. A warm welcome always extended
to visiting brothers.
C. W. Moremen, N. G.
W. L. Colbert, Secretary.
SOUR ORANGES
Wanted, 100,000 small sour orange
seedlings and three bushels sour or orange
ange orange seed. Address, P. H. Nugent,
0ala, Florida. 21-1 1

GERM

FEDERAL ROADS
. ARE FAVORED

Committee of the Board of Trade
Recommends Endorsement of the
Townsend Bill Now Before
Congress
The good roads committee of the
Beard of Trade will recommend to the
oiganization, at its meeting Thursday
nght, February 2(ith, that it endorse
the Townsend bill providing for the
establishment of a national highway
system, the creation of a federal high highway
way highway commission and the encourage encouragement
ment encouragement of efficient and economical high-
fwity transportation. The committee
met yesterday afternoon in the
Board of Trade room and reached this
"decision. The committee will also
recommend that the Board of Trade
select the chairman of the good roads
committee and the secretary of the
Board of Trade to serve on the fed federal
eral federal highway council which organi organization
zation organization is backing the Townsend bill.
The committee will also recommend
to the Board of Trade that the pres president
ident president acting with the chairman of the
gcod roads committee appoint eight eighteen
een eighteen representatives on .the federal
highway council. The federal high highway
way highway council is favoring the' Townsend
bill. Those present at the' meeting
at the Board of Trade rooms yester yesterday
day yesterday were: Mr. Nathan Mayo, chair chairman,
man, chairman, Mr. A. C. Blowers, Mr. N. A.
Fort, Mr. R. L. Martin. Mr. J. M.
Dcuglas, Mr. R. S. Rogers and Dr. H.
W. Henry. The committee reached
its decision without a dissenting vote.
THE RECLAMATION OF
UNUSED LAND
Senator Fletcher Presents a Practical
Plan to Congress
-Washington, Feb. 20. Reclamation
of unused lands in the west and south
through a series of bond issues, ope operating
rating operating similar to the federal farm
loan system, would be authorized by a
bill introduced by Senator Fletcher,
democrat, of Florida. A similar meas measure
ure measure will be offered in the House by
Representative Smith, republican, of
Idaho.
Under the plan, $20,000,000 worth
of bonds would be sold the first year,
$30,000,000 the second, $40,000,000 the
third and $50,000,000 the fourth year,
with a total not more than $35,000,000.
In presenting the bill Senator Flet Fletcher
cher Fletcher asserted money required for con construction
struction construction would-be furnished by the
investing public without any burden
being placed upon the taxpayers.
Working out of the plan, he said,
would benefit the small homesteader.
The measure represents the concert
of action of the south and west for
a great national, rather than a sec sectional
tional sectional plan. The southern interest,
including the governors of states and
officials of the Southern Commercial
Congress, met here last month and
evolved a bill which the representa representatives
tives representatives of the west, under the chairman chairmanship
ship chairmanship of Governor Davis, of Idaho,
later approved.
Former Governor Spry of Utah,
has remained in Washington in
charge of the legislative program of
the west.
The Southern Commercial Con Congress
gress Congress estimated that the program, if
adopted, would make feasible the re reclamation
clamation reclamation of 5,000,000 to 7,000,000
aacres of land by the end of the tenth
year.
ANNOUNCEMENT
For Clerk Circuit Court
To the Democratic Voters of Mar Marion
ion Marion County: I hereby announce my myself
self myself a candidate for clerk of the cir circuit
cuit circuit court in the June primary of this
year, subject to, the democratic voters.
1 have been a member of the coun county
ty county democratic executive committee
for quite a number of years and have
been true and faithful to my party,
though have never before asked for
an office.
! now reside at Sparr, within ten
miles of where I was born a little
over forty years ago. I have a family
of six children that I very much de desire
sire desire to educate and bring up in the
straight: and narrow way. I therefore
promise. the voters of this county, if
I am elected clerk, I will give you the
very best service possible. I will look
after your interests in a kind and
courteous way and will try to make
you feel at home when you visit the
clerk's office. I respectfully ask your
support. James E. Thomas.
Sparr, Florida.
OCALA LODGE NO. 286. B. P. O. E.
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,

DIDN'T TAKE THEM
LONG TO DECIDE

Jurors Found Clarence Langford
Guilty of Murder in -the First
Degree with a Recommen Recommen-dation
dation Recommen-dation to Mercy
Friday afternoon, it took the jury
in the Langford case three minutes'
less than half an hour to decide on the
verdict.
After Mr. R. B. Bullock had finish finished
ed finished his speech Judge Bullock gave his
charge to the jury. The judge is al always
ways always very clear and impartial in his
charges. He does his best to hold the
scales of justice even.
The jurors went out, and in twenty twenty-seven
seven twenty-seven minutes announced they had
ai rived at a, verdict. Headed by their
foreman, they filed back in the court
room, and the crowd waited in
breathless silence xuntil the verdict
was announced. It was "Guilty of
murder in the first degree with rec recommendation
ommendation recommendation to mercy."
"Phis was the verdict that nearly
eerybody expected.
Jake Anderson, co-defendant with
Langford was, acquitted.
Earl McRae was set free under a
thousand dollar bond. It is not likely
he will ever be tried. Hardly any anybody
body anybody thinks he had anything to do
with the murder, and he will prob probably
ably probably be more careful who he asso associates
ciates associates with hereafter.
Langford has, not yet been sentenc sentenced.
ed. sentenced. His sentence will probably be
pronounced next week.
EARN AS THEY LEARN
( Associated Press)
Boston, Feb. 21. A student in an
American university can be success successful
ful successful in study? sports and social life
een when compelled to support him himself
self himself throughout his college career, ac according
cording according to the findings of an inquiry
conducted at Harvard. Poverty, .the
investigators report, is, not an Insuper- -abie
barrier to students who have in initiative
itiative initiative and courage.
The inquiry showed that some self self-supporting
supporting self-supporting students earned $5000 or
more in their four years at the uni university
versity university and that it was not unusual for
a student to earn $3000, stand well in
his classes and be a leader in student
activities.
. One man who earned the latter sum
belonged to four college clubs, rowed
on the .'varsity crew and was ambng
the best known men at college. An Another
other Another who earned a similar amount
was an officer of his-elass. was elected
to three clubs, sang on the glee club
and was first marshal of the Phi Beta
Kappa. A student who earned his
way from start to finish and was cap captain'
tain' captain' of the university team told the
inquirers that the fact that he was
self-supporting did not, so far as he
knew, exclude him from any of the
club life at college. In fact every man,
interviewed, except two, said the self self-supporting
supporting self-supporting student was at no disad disadvantage'
vantage' disadvantage' nor under any social stigma.
On the contrary, many, stated that
college men were likely to,admire a
man more because he was earning his
way.
Some of the occupations which en enabled
abled enabled Harvard men to pay their way
vere those of waiter, tutor, reporter,
attisfs model,, bookkeeper, farm la laborer,
borer, laborer, day laborer, organist, choir
singer, clerk, musician in orchestra,
editorial writer, librarian, social serv service
ice service worker, ticket taker, athletic coach,
physical director, tire builder and
steward. The easiest way for a self self-supporting
supporting self-supporting student to earn his ex expenses
penses expenses with a minimum expenditure
of time was tutoring or acting as a
tutor-companion.
DAMAGE BY FOREST FIRES
(Associated Press)
Washington, Feb. 19. The eastern
section of the country and the Missis Mississippi
sippi Mississippi valley sustain damage by forest
fires far in excess of that in the west,
great as is the devastation of timber
in that region, the forest service an announces.
nounces. announces. With an average annual loss
over a period of three years amount amounting
ing amounting to $20,727,917, the region lying
east and south of Ohio, Kentucky and
Tennessee sustained 32 -per cent of the
damage. In the Mississippi valley, ex exclusive
clusive exclusive of Mississippi state, the an annual
nual annual average daamge was Gl per cent
of the total. This average for the
Mississippi valley, however, includes
the unusually heavy losses in Minne Minnesota
sota Minnesota in 1918, which alone aggregated
28,000,000. These facts are cited to
show the great need of more efficient
fire preservation measures, east as
well as west. The reports indicate
that the greatest number of fires
vere started by farmers burning
brush and by railroads.
DR. CLIFFORD B. A YER
Has gone north to take a post postgraduate
graduate postgraduate course. He will not be in
his office before March 7th. 5-m



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HIS MOTHER SAVED HIM

The jurors before whom Clarence

Longford was tried did not do their

full duty.

They brought in a verdict of "guilty
of murder in the first degree with a

recommendation to mercy."
They should have left off the rec
ommendation to mercy.

Clarence Langford was guilty of the
nmrder of J. J. Guthrey, or he was

not.

If he was guilty, he deserved no

mercy. He showed no mercy and
should have received no mercy. His

crime was one of the most wicked and
cinel ever committed by a white man

in Marion county.

If he was not guilty, he should have

been set set.

The recommendation that saved his

neck may cost other men their lives.

It adds weight to the belief that no

white man can be convicted of murder
in Marion county. It was a much
worse crime than that for which Joe
Rice was strangled to death a few

months ago.

And yet, we cannot blame th

jurors.

Had we been on the jury, we would
have acquiesced in the verdict. We
could not have consented to bring in

any other.
And why?
Because of his mother.

Langford had good lawyers. He
might as well have been defended by
a tyro just admitted to the bar. His

lawyers did not, could not, obtain the
recommendation of mercy from the
jury
His mother saved him.
She sat by him thru the trial, hang hanging
ing hanging on every word of the judge, the
witnesses and the lawyers, studying
the face of every juror as intently as
a Christian low in spirit scan3 the
type of holy writ. Every accusation
or word of testimony against her boy
sent her heart lower and lower until
of hope for his acquittal there was
none, and for his life but a tiny gleam.
And every juror, when he left the
court room knew that if he came back
a party to a death sentence, he would
bring to that mother's face a look
that would haunt him as long as he
lived.

He couldn't endure the thought. No

again will get a chance to lead a man
off in the dark and shoot him down,
and his next attempt at murder may
cause his own death And if he should
commit a crime in a far country,
where his mother wras not present at
the trial, to plead to the jury with

anguished face and tear-filled eyes,
there might not be any mercy for him.

He should go quietly to the peni

tentiary and begin serving his sen

tence. "He should do his duties quick

ly and humbly, hoping for peaceful
freedom at some far distant day. He

should thank God for his mother eve

ry hour of his waking life and keep
her years of sacrifice and suffering

ever before the eyes of his mind. For

if he ever sees heaven it will be be

cause his mother's prayers and tears
open the gates for him.
This murder of Guthrey. and its at

tendant circumstances should be- a
lesson to us all. We can't make a
jest of law-breaking, we can't stand

back and see wayward boys going to
the devil unchecked, without suffering
ourselves. Every man must be his
brother's keeper, or civilization will
revert to anarchy. The law of statute

or the law of club and fang must rule.
Thf demons of lust, cruelty and av avarice,
arice, avarice, the appetites of the swine, we
must cast out or they will drag us

down.

SCRAPS OF PAPER

ANY WHITE FARMER

Wishing to enter the Corn or
Beggar-Weed Contest, will kindly
see the County Agent for partic particulars.
ulars. particulars. We are simply offering the
prizes and are hot making the
rules and regulations.

Munroe & Chambliss National Bank

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TOlEMMEl M(IDI!

CLARK DOES HIS BEST FOR

CASTOR BEAN CLAIMANTS

Editor Star: As so many of our
people engaged in raising castor

beans for the government and lost

money thereby, Congress has made
provision for settlement to be made
with the men to the end that their

Insses may be minimized. While these
settlements are in process, I am re receiving
ceiving receiving numbers of letters from peo people
ple people inquiring as to when they may
expect final adjustment and on ac

count of this condition, I am handing
you herewith copy of a letter just re received
ceived received from the office of the director,
air service, war department, which I
wish you would print for the infor information
mation information of our people.
Frank Clark.
Washington, Feb. 19.

Every great war is followed by a

period of restlessness, idleness, ex extravagance
travagance extravagance and speculation.
It is the irony of fate that at the

, very time when the needs of the

world are greatest, industry falters,

production is at a slackened pace and

its meager results are wasted with
prodigal hands. We are astonished to

see thousands of people, including
some business men who have lived in

dustrious and frugal lives, accumulat

ing property by honest industry and
economy, who are suddenly possessed

and obsessed by the idea that they can

get along without these old-fashioned
virtues at the very time when they are

most needed. The mania for specula

tion takes hold of them and they
plunge, only to find in the end that

they have exchanged the fruits of
years of toil for scraps of paper. How

they wish their worthless stocks wrere

government bonds, savings stamps or

savings bank accounts!

Beware of the fatal mania of spec speculation!
ulation! speculation! Avoid it as you would avoid
a pestilence. Study the secret of good
investment with compound interest.
Remember that economy is a magic
which turns labor into capital and
that honest industry and economy are
the sure road to independence.
In the end the world will hdhor
those who serve it best and no man
can serve the world by speculation.
Beware of worthless oil stocks and
get-rich-quick concerns offering one
hundred per cent profit in a few
months.
Buy war savings stamps.
Start a savings bank account.
Buy liberty bonds.
War Loan Organization, Savings
War Loan Organzation, Savings

Division, Silas W. Davis, Director,
Sixth Federal Reserve District, At Atlanta,
lanta, Atlanta, Ga. v

PHILIP E. MURPHY

NOTICE TO CANDIDATES

War Department, Air Service,
Washington, Feb. 13, 1920.
My dear Mr. Clark: Receipt is
acknowledged of your letter of recent
date stating that you are in receipt
of numberous queries from your con constituents
stituents constituents regarding the settlement of
thf castor bean claims.
While the work of completing the
required audit and investigation, be before
fore before presenting the claims to the
beard for consideration, is being push push-ed
ed push-ed forward as rapidly as possible,
there is a wide variance in the differ different
ent different claims and there is a large num number
ber number involved, there being approxi approximately
mately approximately 15.000 sub-contractors, which
facts make it evident that the detail detailed
ed detailed work would of necessity consume
considerable time.
Please be assured that it is the de desire
sire desire of all concerned to effect as early
an adjustment of all of the castor
bean claims as possible.
(Signed): O. Westover,
Colonel, A. S. P., Executive.
LANSING'S CAREER

with which he had to deal. They in indicate,
dicate, indicate, also, that the man who held
them and discharged their duties with
credit to himself and honor to his
ccuntry, was as well equipped to
handle the foreign affairs of the coun country
try country as any man, now in the public
eye.
ANTHONY FARMS WINS
PRIZES ON FINE CATTLE

I respectfully ask candidates for of office
fice office to get posted on the primary law,
and not ask the clerk to do more than

simply file the candidate's papers,
which is all the law requires of him.
I simply cannot spare the time, nor
my deputies' time to do more than the
law requires of me, to simply file and
keep straight the candidates' papers
and the mass of these papers I have
to handle is enough.
Respectfully,
P. H. Nugent, Clerk.

A fresh shipment of Liggett's candy,
"The Chocolates with the Wonderful
Centers," just in at Gerig's Drug
Store. 2-18-tf

AT THE CHURCHES TOMORROW

Each church or religious society is
entitled to six lines free under this

head. All in excess of that amount i

must be paid for at regular reading
notice rates.

(Tampa Tribune)
"Our exhibitions have been winning
some good prizes," said E. C. Beuch Beuch-ler
ler Beuch-ler of the big Anthony Farms, last
night at the Hillsborough hotel, fol following
lowing following a busy day superintending the
handling of his live stock and other
entries at the South Florida Fair. "In
the cattle judging the Anthony Farms
won senior and grand champion
awards on the Aberdeen-Angus bull
Eston E. II., defeating the seven times
grand champion, Defender of Terra
Alta. In the same breed this Marion
county farm won first and second on
cows, first junior heifer, junior cham champion
pion champion cow and first junior heifer calf.
The Anthony Farms, located eight
miles north of Ocala, is one of the
biggest agricultural developments in
the state.
Mr. Beuchler states that he is now

feeding 400 steers on silage, and has

rnWn 0r, t,o. oan,T or, I all over 700 cattle, ninety or more

whose face he had brought shadows to his country. The Miami Herald

and sunshine, could.
And so they gave Clarence Lang Langford
ford Langford the life he had forfeited.
What he will do with it, God only

knows

says of him:
Robert Lansing was connected with
the government in one capacity or an another
other another for some time. He was asso-

Puroc-Jersey and Poland-China swine,
registered Percheron stallions and

mares, three registered mammoth
jacks, eight registered jennets and 200
high grade ewes headed by eight reg

istered Dorset rams. From this flock

Methodist
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9:45 a. m. Sunday school.
Preaching 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m.
G:30 p. m. Senior League.
Children under sixteen are request requested
ed requested not to attend services as per in instructions
structions instructions of the city board of health.
C. W. White, P. C.
Grace Episcopal
8 a. m. Holy communion.
9:45 a. m. Sunday school.
11 a. m. Morning prayer, litany
and sermon.
7:30 p. m. Patriotic service with
special features and music.
John J. Neighbour, Rector.
Presbyterian
9:45 a. m. Sunday school. L. M.
Murray superintendent.
11 a. m. Sermon by Rev. P. H.
Hensley.
St. Philips Catholic
Mass at 10 a. m. every Sunday.
Sunday school at 9 o'clock. Mass
every week day at 7 a. m.
Rev. D. Bottolacio.
Christian Science Society
11 a. m. Sunday service
8 p. m. Wednesday.
10 a. m. Sunday school.

GLAD TOJESTIFY
Says Watoga Lady, "As To WKat
Cardui Has Done For Me, So
As To Help Others."

EVERY battery has to stand
more or less pounding
every day of its life, for even
the best springs in the world
can't absorb all the jolts. The
effect of big and little bumps
will be greatly lessened if you
see to it that the. battery is
clamped tightly in place. Or
ask us to see to it next time
you come in.
Ocala Storage Battery Co.
MACK TAYLOR

0 N. Main St.

Ocala, Fla.

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Bis lawyers may try to obtain a the Behring Sea arbitration; counsel hlf UrilX De.cember

jury will do any better by them its Sea claims commission; solicitor and believer m pure blooded stock
barely possible another would do counsel for the United States on the:f'ld company is co-operating with
worse. ; Alaskan boundary tribunal; counsel i the state and national agricultural de-

Langford will go to the penitentiary for the North Atlantic coast fisheries) pai ueiier &ires campaign

for life. Of course he will not stay atbitration at The Hague; agent forj
there if he lives long. the United States in the American-! Use the Star's Unclassified Column.

No governor elected in the next ten, British claim arbitraion; counsellor!
cr perhaps twenty, years will dare to frr the department of state and for
pardon him out. But he is young, and over four years had been secretary of

if he lives the life of a normal man, state of the United States when he
he will be pardoned some day. was relieved.

And he may escape. i These were all highly important

a1HF

The Optometrist ex-

amines the eye by the

. most scientific method,

, using NO DRUGS what

ever. Assuring you no

If he does, it will be ill for him He positions and indicate that the man discomfort or danger to your eyes.

will be a hunted fugitive, he might who held them., one after the other,
commit other crimes, or try to commit was 'of great ability and possessed a
them It is not likely that he ever thorough knowledge of the mattersj

DR. K. J. WEIHE.

Optometrist and Optician.
Eyesight Specialist

Watoga, V. Va. Mrs. S. W. Glad well,
of this town, says: "When about 15 years
of ac, 1 suffered greatly . Sometimes
would go a month or two, and I had
terrible headache, backache, and bearing bearing-down
down bearing-down pains, and -vould just drag and
had no appetite, fhen ... it would last
. . two weeks, and was so weakening,
and my health was awfuL
My mother bought me a bottle of
Cardui, and I began to improve after
taking the first bottle, so kept it up till I
took three ... 1 gained, and was well
and strong, and I owe it all to Cardui.
I am married now and have 3 children

. . Have never had to have a doctor for j
female trouble, and just resort to Cardui J
if I need a tonic. I am glad to testify to
what it has done for me, so as to help I
others."

If you are nervous or weak, have head head-iches,
iches, head-iches, backaches, or any of the other

ailments so common to women, why not
give Cardui a trial? Recommended by
many physicians. In use over 40 years.
Begin taking Cardui today. It may j
be the very medicine you need.
NC-1J0

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Distributor for
OVERLAND AND WILLYS-KNIGHT AUTOS
Full line Goodyear and United State Tires
EXIDE STORAGE BATTERIES

GAS, OILS AND GREASE
Phone 129 Ocala, Fla.

If Everything Was As
Cheap As Ouf Ice
The cost of living would be as low as it was in the good old day.
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 yon
better food and a greater variety of it than your grandfather's fam family
ily family ever had.
Ocala Ice & PacMinitrj Co0

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18 ROOM HOUSE
FOR SALE
To Close Out Estate
Located on quarter-acre
lot one block from Postoflice,
cheap at $3000. Price will
be reduced $10 per day until
sold.
PRICE TODAY $2720
If interested see me at once
FRANK W. DITTO
Real Estate Ocala, Fla.

OCALA OCCURRENCES

OBSERVATIONS

If you have any society items,
phone five-one.
Mrs. H. B. Whittington and chil children
dren children are able to be up and out after
a serious illness.

Sec Me
For AH Classes Oi
Stone, Brick, Wood,

; and Concrete
; Building
j J. D. McCaskiil
Contractor
S Phone 446. 728 Wenon St.

INSURE WITH
The Mutual Life Insur Insurance
ance Insurance Co.
of New York

Mrs E. C. Bennett
Solicitor

There will be preaching and Sunday
school services at Shady next Sunday
afternoon at 3:30 p. m.
Miss Dorothy Brooks of North
Lake Weir is a week end visitor in the

city.

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Circle No. 1 of the Methodist mis missionary
sionary missionary society will hold its regular
meeting with Mrs. W. W. Clyatt Mon Monday
day Monday afternoon at 3:30.

Mr. Maxie Moody, originally an
Oc&al boy, but now of Jacksonville, Is
in the city for a few days, combining
business and pleasure.
Miss Ruth Hardee who has been
quite sick .is able to be out again,
which will be good news to her many
friends-

Mrs. H. G. Mathews, nee Miss Ger Gertrude
trude Gertrude Brigance, of Jacksonville, is in
the city visiting her sister-in-law,
Miss Marie Mathews of Flemington,
but attending school in Ocala.
Mr. C. S. Ogden, of Gibson, Ind., a
large property owner at Candler, is
in town today and for the next few
weeks will spend much of his time in
this section looking after his business
interests.

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Credit and Confidence Grow With Busi Business
ness Business Relations
Ani when once established with a strong Bank, they make
additional working capital for a successful business.
WE INVITE YOU to keep your account with our Bank,
and when you are in need of funds, -we will gladly lend you
an amaunt in keeping with good banking.
The Ocala National "Rank

MRS. SARA JANE MANLY
Vocal culture at the Woman's Club.
Studio hours 10 to 12 a. m. 16-12t

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Fresln Meat
And Oysters
CALL 519
-The Old Reliable is Open
Again
Rest Steaks 30c
Quick Delivery
J. D. Dawkins

elver & MacKay

UNDERTAKERS and EMBALMERS
PHONES 47. 104. 3C5
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Cut to Any Length
PROMPT DELIVERY
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PHONE 112

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.

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

Arrive
2:10 am
1:30 pm
4:25 pm

Jaclfsonville-N'York
Jacksonville
Jacksonville
Tamna-

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 Jack sonville-N 'York 3:15 am
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
10:13 pm Leesburg 6:42 am
4:45pm Gainesville 11:50 am
Monday, Wednesday, Friday.
Tuesday, Thursday. Saturday.

Mrs. W. D. Trantham of Camden,
S. C, who has been in the city the
guest of her son, Mr. T. S. Trantham

and family for the past two months,' nTVj TVl
r.t. U 1.. x a. 1. ydltlis. All

time of year when they should be put
in absolutely clean and sanitary' con condition.
dition. condition. Fly season is approaching

(Contributed)

In this time of high prices, beware j jV

oi the small expense. "A small leak

will sink a big ship," said Franklin,
and he knew.
Your enemies can do you no harm
if your character is above reproach.
When a man lives right and is right,
he is a power in his community.
A wonderfully wise man said:

"Humanity can be no better than the
individuals composing it," and so it
is with you and us, who are responsi responsible
ble responsible for our contributions to life's
total efficiency and inefficiency.
When half a dozen or more women
get together they all talk at once. If
they didn't they would never get j

through.
The doctor didn't tell us (after a
tussle with a cold) but a feel into our
pocket assured us that we needed a
little change.
Mississippi school teachers, so we
have been informed, are forbidden to
marry during a term of school. The
big idea is to keep the dear girls in a
state of Miss.
There are lots of old settlers that

never settle for anything.

The business and professional worn-!
an's club, a new organization in our(

city, is proving itself a live wire. Its
members are taking a vast amount of
interest in public affairs, and will
seen undertake to promote the wel welfare
fare welfare of the city and, county along sev several
eral several lines.
v
A fellow's mother is always will willing
ing willing to give him the benefit of the
doubt, but other people can't see why
there should be any doubt.

Civic pride seems to have lost its

interest to several keepers of back-

ere are some within the

OCALA -AUTOM

OWMEMS

Durham, N. C, having been summon

ei there on account of the critical ill

ness of her daughter, Mrs. E. Poe.
Friends of the family hope to hear en encouraging
couraging encouraging news of Mrs. Poe's condi condition
tion condition soon, x

Mrs. J. E. Roberts of Bristol, Fla.,
hs returned to Ocala from Jackson

ville and is again a guest at the home
of her sister, Mrs. Susan Ellis. In
a few days Mrs. Roberts will leave for
a short stay at Bradentown but will
return to Ocala for another visit be before
fore before she leaves for her home at Bristol.

The many friends of Mr. and Mrs.
I.. G. Ketchum will be glad to learn
that they expect to stay several
months in the city. For the present
they are guests of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Frederick
erick Frederick Hocker at their pretty bungalow
home on Fort Kin gavenue.
Rev. C. II. Nash of Tampa, will
preach at the Baptist church Sunday
morning at 11 o'clock and Dr. Lincoln
Ifully of DeLand will preach at seven
o clock in the evening. Everybody
cordially invited to attend the services.

WASHINGTON'S BIRTHDAY
The postoffice will observe holiday
hours Monday, Feb. 23rd. The stamp
and general delivery windows will be
open from 9 to 10 a. m. City carriers
will make one delivery in the fore forenoon.
noon. forenoon. All mails will be boxed and dis dispatched
patched dispatched as usual. Rural carriers will
not serve their routes.
R. F. Rogers, P. M.
A PATRIOTIC SERVICE
As Washington's birthday falls
upon Sunday this year, it is fitting
that the church should take cogniz cognizance
ance cognizance of it. and honor the memory of
the father of his country; and at the
same time extol the high motive of
patriotism which he so nobly exempli exempli-field,
field, exempli-field, and which was so splendidly
shown by the gallant officers and by
the boys in khaki and blue of the
United States forces.
With this in view, appropriate ser services
vices services have been arranged for tomor tomorrow,
row, tomorrow, Sunday evening, at 7:30 o'clock,
in the Episcopal church. The entire
service will have patriotism as its
keynote. The Boy Scouts have been
invited to attend in a body. One of
the high school boys will read the
preamble to the constitution of the
United States. An address upon the
life of .Washington will be delivered
hy the mayor of the city.
A special feature of the service will
be the awarding of a beautiful diplo diploma,
ma, diploma, which was the gift of the French
government and signed by the presi president
dent president of France, in- recognition and ap appreciation
preciation appreciation for the great assistance af afforded
forded afforded France by America in the
great war to Simeon LaGrange Sis Sis-trunk
trunk Sis-trunk of the U. S. navy.
Immediately following, the service
flag, bearing fifteen blue "stars, and
the one gold star for the young man
whose memory is being honored, will
be lowered from its place over the
chancel steps where it has hung for
almost two years by two young men
representing the military and naval
arms of the service. It will be receiv received
ed received at their hands by the rector and
reverently placed upon the altar.
The processional will be "Onward
Christian Soldiers," and the reces recessional
sional recessional "My Country Tis of Thee." The
otTertory will be appropriate to the
occasion, and the organist will play
as the postlude. The Star Spangled
Banner.

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rapidly and every little trash pile has
a fly nest of its own, if left undisturb undisturbed
ed undisturbed for only a few hours. The appear appearance
ance appearance of a backyard goes far in up upholding'
holding' upholding' the dignity of the house householders
holders householders to their neighbors and the
community.
Have you ever stuck your finger in
the water, then drawn, it out and look looked
ed looked for the hole? Well, that is about as
long as the average fellow is missed
from this world, once he is dead. So
keep your pumps working as long as
you can.
Spring time is coming, gentle An Annie.
nie. Annie. There are violets in the woods,
and the roses are budding out. The
red bud is in its gloVy and the. dog dogwood
wood dogwood is blossoming white. Pink is
the beauty color of the honeysuckle,
and the jasmines in the night shed a
fragrance and well, John is in-the
garden spitting on his hands, rolling
i'P his sleeves and getting down to
real work.
"Ocala has Rip Van Winkle shoved
clean off the Catskills," said one vis visitor
itor visitor to a native Wednesday, after dis discussing
cussing discussing the schools and a few other
local conditions.
"Thank you, missus," said old Ras Ras-tos,
tos, Ras-tos, Wednesday morning. "I won't in infuse
fuse infuse yer breakfas' but account of the
inclippency of the weather I won't cut

wood this mawnin'."
. When you hear a fellow, pull down
his home town, you quickly place him
in a category all by himself, and
lightly. When you pull down your
home town you are pulling down
yourself; when you build up, you
build up yourself and your neighbor.
We should try to banish from our
minds that all good things are away
off in some other town or locality.
Give your town all the praise it can
legally bear. It will certainly do no
harm and will cost you nothing.
When we see a woman with a poodle
dog in her lap, we wonder if she pre prefers
fers prefers the poodle to a man animal? We
have gum-shoed around after a few
"of the species" and found that in
every instance there is a man some somewhere
where somewhere that she will shake the dog for
every time.
The family which honors God by
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and the gums in a healthy condition.
25 cents the tube at Gerig's Drug
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ington's (Washington's birthday anniversary, being
a legal holiday, the following banks
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2:rd:
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Ocala National Bank.
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OCALA EVENING STAR, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 21, 1920

LATEST LOCALS!

Temperature this morning, 48. This
afternoon, 71. I
School Commissioner Stephens and
his son, Emmett, an ex-soldier boy of
Sparr, were in town today.
Mr. J. E. Thomas, one of the best
citizens of the county and a candidate
for clerk, was in to see us today.
t
Mr. and Mrs. W. Hickman Cham- i
bers are entertaining Mrs. Chambers''
mother, Mrs. H. I. Chambers, and Mrs. j
Mrs. Chambers' niece, Miss Gladys
Spence, from Jacksonville.
Mrs. E. A. Osborne, who has been
sick for several days, is able to be out
again.
Mr. Crawford Pasteur of Anthony
vas a visitor in the city this morn morning.
ing. morning. Miss Susie Haycraft of the postof postof-f
f postof-f ce has gone to her home at Fellow Fellowship
ship Fellowship to spend Sunday with relatives.
Postmaster Rogers after quite a
siell of sickness, is able to be out
again.
Among the interested spectators at
the high school carnival parade yes yesterday
terday yesterday was Mr. Cary A. Hardee,
candidate for governor of Florida.
Miss Fannie Bending of Gainesville,
after a few days spent in the city a
guest at the Harrington, leaves this
afternoon for a visit to friends in
Tampa.
. i ii
Mr. C. C. Wright of Savannah is ex expected
pected expected to arrive in Ocala this after afternoon
noon afternoon to make a visit to his wife at
the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Alfred Ayer.
Mrs. L. S. Barber of Tallahassee
and her daughter, Mrs. Leroy Camp-
bell of Jacksonville, have arrived in
the city from a visit at Clearwater
and are guests of Mrs. Barber's
daughter, Mrs. T. W. Troxler.
Miss Mary Dodd of Philadelphia is
visiting relatives at Anthony. Miss
Dodd has many friends in Ocala and
it is hoped that she will make fre frequent
quent frequent visits to our city while in this
section.
Stop! liave you tried Federal Bread,
the "best bread in the world." 20-tf
Messrs. Bobbie Glass, Paul Gra Graham
ham Graham and Leonard Wesson, who are
students at the university, are week
end visitors in town this week. These
young men came over to attend the
O. H. S. carnival last evening.
Dr. Lincoln Hully, president of
Stetson University and the Star's
second choice for governor, was in to
see us today. Dr. Hully is a mighty
fine man and makes friends wherever
he goes. He preaches at the Baptist
church tomorrow evening, and if you
go you will hear a first-class sermon.
The remains of Mrs. T. A. Pullen,
nee Miss Fannie Belle Nelson, were
tenderly laid to rest- in the pretty
cemetery near her childhood home at
Oxford yesterday afternoon. Scores
of friends came to pay their last tri tri-bute
bute tri-bute and to sympathize with Mr. and
Mrs. C. D. Nelson, parents of the de deceased.
ceased. deceased. Rev. Taylor officiated and
Pyles & Perkins had charge of the
arrangements.
- Mrs. Amos Norris of Tampa, state
chairman of social and industrial con conditions
ditions conditions for the Florida Federation of
Women's Clubs, arrived in the city to today
day today and will be entertained at a
luncheon by Mrs. W. T. Gary. The
other invited guests are Mrs. E. A.
Osborne and Mrs. E, C. Bennett. This
afternoon Mrs. Norris will visit the
industrial school, and also attend the
meeting of the Woman's Club.
Mrs. Guy Ayer of Atlanta, arrived
in the city yesterday afternoon to ac accompany
company accompany her son, Darrell home. Dar Dar-rell,
rell, Dar-rell, with his father, Dr. Ayer, arriv arrived
ed arrived a week ago to visit at the home of
Dr. Ayer's parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Clifford Ayer. Mrs. Ayer's many
friends here, regret that her visit is
sc short, she being compelled to re return
turn return to Atlanta on account of x her
son's schooling. Dr. Ayer will remain
ftr a longer visit. His many friends
will regret to learn that he has been
suffering from an attack of influenza.
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.
MIRIAM K-fciiEKAh. LODGE NO. 15
Miriam Rebekah Lodge No. 15
raeets the first and third Monday eve evening
ning evening in each month in the Ocd Fel Fellows'
lows' Fellows' hall, at 7:30 o'clock.
" Miss Ruth Ervin, N. G.
Miss Ruth Hardee. Secretary.
KNiUHTS 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.

PEDRO

Pedro, Feb. 18. Messrs. J. C. Per Perry.
ry. Perry. Sam Proctor and Jake Laniep vis visited.
ited. visited. Coleman last Sunday.
Mr. Oscar Proctor and Miss Mattie
Leitner spent Sunday afternoon in
Ar.thony.
Mr. John Redding of Charter Oak
attended the pie social at the school j
house Saturday night. j
Messrs. Charlie Smith and Rubej
Fussell of Coleman were callers in
Pedro Tuesday.
Messrs. Jarvis and Carl Perry and
Misses Dorothy and Margaret Spen-;
cev of Ocala visited the home of Mr. j
T. J. Leitner in Anthony Sunday.
Miss Estelle Proctor, who came
home especially for the pie social, has
returned to Coleman, where she is
helping to nurse the sick in the fam family
ily family of her sister, Mrs. Will Lucius.
Messrs. Boyd Caruthers, Ray Wal Wal-dcn,
dcn, Wal-dcn, Malcolm Collier, Ray Nichols,
Manning Bowman, Thurston Driggers,
Elbert Perry and Misses Goldie Kas Kas-kil
kil Kas-kil and Fannie Smith, all of Oxfgrd,
attended the pie social Saturday eve evening.
ning. evening. Miss Hattie Proctor is now visiting
in Coleman.
Mr. and Mrs. Jake Lanier are visit visiting
ing visiting the latter's parents, Mr. and Mrs.
R. J. Perry.
Mr. Kimble Perry and Misses Hat Hat-tie
tie Hat-tie Proctor and Mattie Leitner motor motored
ed motored to Ocala Saturday.
Mr. John R. Proctor, who has been
away on a camping trip, is again at
home.
Mr. Malcolm Collier and Miss
Ti'eora Smith, Messrs. Ray Nichols
arid Manning Bowman of Oxford were
callers in Pedro Sunday afternoon.
Mrs. E. R. Pruitt is in Coleman,
nursing the sick in Mr. M. L. Proc Proctor's
tor's Proctor's family.
Mr. Marion. Brinson and Mr. Allen
Marsh of Eureka attended the pie so social,
cial, social, Saturday night.
Mr. Charlie Cauthern visited Ocala
Saturday.
Miss Irene Cameron is sick at the
heme cf her mother, Mrs. Walter
Nichols.
Te sick in Mr. M. M. Proctor's
family are all up, much to the delight
of their many friends.
Little Inez, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. A. D. Proctor, who has been so
very sick, has recovered.
Let erevbyody remember that next
Sunday, Feb. 22nd, is our regular
preaching day. Let everybody try and
be present and come early so as to
attend Sunday school, which meets at
10 o'clock.
Anthony, I say you are prosperous.
I visited Anthony one time and saw
some Hooks with two eyes, and have
heard that there is something Strange
in your school and that there is a
Brown white man and a White black
man, also a Green black man, there.
I have learned since reading your
items why our young men go to An Anthony.
thony. Anthony. It isn't because the girls are
any prettier for Pedro is noted for
its pretty girls, but these boys like
to visit the Marsh and Pasteurs and
j one young man says he likes to go to
Anthony to see the beautiful Pearl
and, strange to say, another young
fellow says he goes to see the young
lady with the Blanch face. Now, Pe Pedro
dro Pedro can't boast of all the things that
Anthony can, and her Proctors are not
of the famous soap kirid and the Per Per-rys
rys Per-rys are not one of the governors of
the state, tho they .are distantly relat related,
ed, related, and our Shaws are not of the
Kershaw vatiety. They can't be beat
for their fine farming, congenial dis disposition
position disposition and handsome young men
and pretty girls and as our church has
borrowed one of Anthony's Leitners
we feel sure the church will always
r be well illuminated.
' No Novelty.
"As I came from the station just
now," said a recently arrived guest,
"I noticed a crowd in front of the
Right Place store and heard consider considerable
able considerable yelling. What was the excite excitement?"
ment?" excitement?" "A farmer and the storekeeper were
telling what they thought of each
other's infernal hoggishness in want wanting
ing wanting five prices for the stuff they had
to setl," replied the landlord of he
Petunia tavern. "But there wasn't any
particular excitement it happens ev every
ery every day. The crowd merely gathered
in the hope that they might accident accidentally
ally accidentally say something new and interest interesting."
ing." interesting." Kansas City Star.
Weds During His Lunch Hour.
How to be married though working
was the title of a little sketch staged
the other day by E. W. Grieder, a
printer employed on the St. Paul Dis Dispatch.
patch. Dispatch. Grieder faced a problem. He was
slated as a principal in a marriage
ceremony. His only spare time was
a half hour for lunch.
So he called his fiancee, Miss Clara
Lovitz. ,by telephone, arranged with
her o meet him in the office of Henry
Gallick, court commissioner, and" the
ceremony was performed. Grieder
then took lunch and returned to work.
Valuable Parasitic Fly.
A recent agricultural department
bulletin states that a parasitic fly.
compsilura civinnata, has been used
with great success to destroy gypsy
moth and brown-tail moth in New Eng England.
land. England. It will also aid in the control of
other insect pests. A few years ago
the white-marked tussock moth was a
serious pest in New England.- but has
practically disappeared since compsi compsilura
lura compsilura became established. The cabbage
worm, the celery worm and the fall
webworm have all been reduced by
the activities of the new parasite.

EVENTS 1HAT MADE HISTORY

Anniversaries of Independence D?c!ar
ation and Landing of the Pil Pilgrims
grims Pilgrims Are Both Near.
Our country approaches two noinble
dates in its history.
Phlladelphians Lave already begm
to talk about a great international
celebration for 102 to conimeinorute
the one hundred and fiftieth animer animer-sary
sary animer-sary of independence.
Cut next year comes a still more
historic birthday. It will be 300 years
next November since the pilgrims !;iu! !;iu!-ed
ed !;iu!-ed in America, writes "Girard" in the
Philadelphia Press.
People refer constantly to them ax
the "Pilgrim Fathers." but as Upland
U&her, in his fcook points out, "Fa "Fathers"
thers" "Fathers" is scarcely a justified title.
Of the 102 persons who came over
in the Mayflower, only- nine had
reached forty years of age. But two
of them were fifty.
Thirty-nine were children and there
were 19 grownup women, one of whom
was unmarried. As there were 2fi
bachelors ou board the Mayflower,
that lone maiden probably was never
a wallflower.
The three most famous characters.
Bradford, Allen and Miles Standish,
were all young fellows, aged respec respectively
tively respectively thirty-one, twenty-one and thirty-six.
One of the most fatal epidemics on
record smote that little colony and in
four months 44 of the 102 pilgrims
were dead.- It was a" disease akin to
tuberculosis. ."
TIMBER SUPPLY RUNNING LOW
Government Planning Measures to Pro Protect
tect Protect Supply on Hand and Encour Encourage
age Encourage Future Growth.
A larger program of public acquisi acquisition
tion acquisition of forests by the federal govern government,
ment, government, states and municipalities, and
protection ,and perpetuation of forest
growths on all privately owned lands
which may not be used better for agri agriculture,
culture, agriculture, is recommended in the annual
report of the forester of the depart department
ment department of agriculture.
This policy is made necessary, the
report said, by the diminishing tim timber
ber timber supply.' The rate of depletion of
the forests Is more than twice what is
being produced by growth in a form
serviceable for purposes other than
firewood.
"Already the supplies of sill the
great Eastern centers of production
are approaching exhaustion, with the
exception of the South," the report
said, "and even there most of the
mills have not over ten to fifteen
years' supply of virgin timber.
"The Southern pine is being with withdrawn
drawn withdrawn from many points as s compet competitive
itive competitive factor and its place taken by
Western timbers. This inevitably re results
sults results in added freight charges, which
the consumer must pay."
The report suggested that the fed federal
eral federal government work primarily
through state agencies.
New Process for Drying Beets.
By the recently devised new process
In sugar making, it is claimed that
nearly 70 per cent of the water of
beet roots can be extracted on the
spot where they are grown. Thus
dried, the material keeps indefinite indefinitely;
ly; indefinitely; it can be transported to places
where fuel is plentiful, even over Jong
distances; and it can be accumulated
in stocks sufficient to keep factories
running continuously, instead of re requiring
quiring requiring to be used up in a short sea season.
son. season. The same process is suggested
for treating fruits and vegetables de designed
signed designed for industrial-alcohol distiller distilleries.
ies. distilleries. Shoe Mending at Home.'
The calling-up of the village boot bootmaker
maker bootmaker or "cobbler" has seriously af affected
fected affected domestic convenience in many
rural districts.
His importance is suddenly recog recognized,
nized, recognized, and his loss has, in several iso isolated
lated isolated midland hamlets, given a re remarkable
markable remarkable stimulus to shoe-mending at
home.
Technical classes in soling, heeling
and patching have been arranged, and
country women are rapidly acquiring
the art of cobbling. Lady Petre de declares
clares declares that it should be as natural to
do this at home as to darn stockings.
London Chronicle.
Making Play Pay.
A Bay City sociologist urges all fa fathers
thers fathers to learn to play games of make make-believe
believe make-believe with their children, whatever
the expenses of energy or time, saying
It will in the end prove well worth
while, and we can fully agree with
this because of the excellent results
we have already obtained pretending
i we are the sleeping child when Santu
Clans comes, or the black bear that
has holed up for the winter when the
Indian comes hunting for him. De Detroit
troit Detroit News.
Australia's Search for Oil.
While thoroughly testing Papua and
Gerfnan Guinea, with British assist assistance,
ance, assistance, for oil wells, Australia is also
looking within her own hunters. Thf
j prime minister, Mr. Hughes, has :n :n-I
I :n-I nonneeii that the federal government
i will pay a bonus of $o.0j for the
j discovery of commercial oil In the
co:nnniis ealtli. Probably the discov discovery
ery discovery of oil in payable quantities hi
Great Britain has encouraged the no nonunion
nunion nonunion government.
Klenzo Creme keejjs the teeth white
and the gums in a healthy condition.
25 cents the tube r-t Gerig's Drug
Store.
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WANTED, LOST, FOUND, FOR
SALE. FOR RENT, AND SIM SIMILAR
ILAR SIMILAR LOCAL NEEDS
RATES Six line maximum, one
time, 25c. ;thrce times, 50c; six times
7oc; one month $3. Payable in ad ad-varce.
varce. ad-varce. FOR SALE Popular summer resort
ix.x damusement park for sale, located
in, the foothills of the Blue Ridge
raoutains, elevation 1500 feet. One
hundred room hotel completely fur furnished,
nished, furnished, modern electric light and wa water
ter water plants, large dance pavilion, swim swimming
ming swimming pool, bowling alleys, pool rooms,
termii courts, etc. If interested ad-dicr-s
B. C. Bass, Clearwater, Flor Florida.
ida. Florida. 21-sat-4t
HORSE WANTED Want mare suit suit-rble
rble suit-rble for all-round work on farm, in including
cluding including buggy service. State best cash
p:ice. Address L. T. Milner, Belle-
view, Fla.
21-6t
FOR RENT Furnished house, all
improvements. L. M. Murray, Holder
block, Ocala, Fla. 216t
WANTED TO PURCHASE Five Five-room
room Five-room cottage and seven-room house,
well located. W. W. Condon. 17-6t
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
FOR SALE Or exchange, Maxwell
light delivery truck for a light run runabout;
about; runabout; metal panel body; first clas3
condition. Can be seen at the home of
Fred Kunze, 21G N Main St. Ask for
Mr. Gray. 1-16-
FARM HELP WANTED On truck
and stock farm adjoining town of
Ocoee, Orange county; wages $2.50 a
day. iSteady work. Marshall's Farms,
Ocoee, Fla. l-17sat-wed tf
LOST Ladies' wrist watch, solid
gold, engraved, hexagon shaped case,
white ribbon with black border at attached.
tached. attached. Spring was broken in same
and hands were set at 8:02. Finder
please return to Star office and receive
reward. 2-16-Ct
FOR SALE My residence at 212 Or Or-arge
arge Or-arge avenue. In good condition. Has
nine rooms. Suitable to accommodate
two families. Cheap. Less than cost.
On easy terms. Apply to Mrs. Martha
A. Williams. 13-12t
FURNITURE, ETC. i buy and se'I
.second hand furniture. Experts put it
m good conditio:- before re-selling.
Repair sewing machines, Pawn mow mowers,
ers, mowers, enamekvare, etc. J. W. Hunter,
310, 312, 314 South Main St. 23-tf
FOR SALE (Wood Cut to Order.)
Reduce the high cost of keeping com comfortable
fortable comfortable this winter by buying your
wood cut read to burn direct from the
producer, thereby saving the profits
of the ?ity wood yard. Orders filled
anywhere in the city. Phone 39 M. C.
P. Howell, Ocala.' 20-m
FOR SALE At a sacrifice, six-room
house; bath and sleeping porch; on
N. Magnolia stret, Magnolia Heights.
Absolutely unimcumbercd; $1000 in insurance
surance insurance paid up to Nov. 1921. Price
Ocala, or write P. D. OdelL Andrews,
S. C. 6-16t
LOST Bunch of keys between post post-office
office post-office and my shop. Finder return to
IT. A. Davies. 20-tf
FOR SALE Our seeds are carefully
selected and tested for Florida. Send
for our special price list for farmers
and gardners. Mann-Hodge Seed Co.,
Palatka, Fla. 1-27-lm
HADSOCK'S WOOD YARD Phone
your orders to Smoak's shop. Phone
14G. 2-m
FOR SALE Rent or exchange, five five-roc
roc five-roc m house; firts class condition. Lot
50 x 105, North Ocala. Cash or time.
Address Box 424, Ocala, or Star of office.
fice. office. 4-tf
FOR SALE A good all around farm
ar.d buggy horse. Price reasonable.
Address H. I. Wagner, box 123, Ocala,
for quick sale $1250. See F. W. Ditto,
Fla. 19-6t
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 i3 to
elect officers for the ensuing year, to
receive the annual reports and to
trr-nsact such other business as may
be brought up.
T. T. Munroe. President.
j Attest: E. H. Martin, Sec'y. 9-eod
W. K. Lar.e, 31. TV, Physic an and
Snrireon, specialist Eye, Ear, Nose r nd
Throat. Office over 5 and 10 ent
strre. Ocala. Fla.
Cherry Bark Cough Syrup will
stop that cough. C-erig's Drug
Store. 2-18-tf
If you want a Kodak or Kodak
film?, remember Gerig's Drug Store
bs the only place in Ocala where you
car. buy them. "If it isn't an East Eastman,
man, Eastman, it isn't a kodak." 2-18-tf

HUNTER'S ADTO EXCHANGE
TOPS New, covered, patched and coated with a
patent wax paste that makes old tops absolutely
waterproof.
PAINTING Autos painted, striped and finished
i 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.
AUTOS BOUGHT, SOLD and REPAIRED
J. W. HUNTER
COfal51 SOUTH MAGNOLIA STREET R?f nffl
S dlct OLD METROPOLITAN THEATER IUI li&ci

Christian Science Society oi Ocala
ANNOUNCES A
FREE LECTURE OH CHRISTIAN SCIENCE
By PAUL STARKE SEELEY, C. S. B.,
Portland, Oregon, Member of .the
Board o! Lectureship of The Mother
Church, The first Church of Christ,
Scientist in Boston, Massachusetts

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SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 22nd,
AT 3:00 P. M.

, THE PUBLIC IS CORDIALLY INVITED TO ATTEND

HAVE YOUR MOTOR WASHED

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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 T
5 Gal. Texas Motor GI?, Heavy 4.00
5 Gal. Texas Motor Oil Extra Heavy $4.50
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.

MackiTaylor

THE WIND

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 nom

ROBERT AL MEYER,
Manager.

Advertise and get Results

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J. E. KAVANAUGH
Proprietor.



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