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

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Began in 1895; ceased in 1943.
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Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 5 (June 24, 1895).
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Wcat hf-r Forecast: Probably local
rains tonight .md Werliif nty, except
fait : outh ;;or' :' ri', rold'-r Wdnsday
in north portion.

RA1LRGA
RE WRATHY
.May Make a IHnwl Appeal to Wilson
to Veto tlie Fsch-Cummins
Hill

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Waf--hin;-ton, I- Hi. 24. 1 he railroad ; Marquette, Mich., Feb. 21. Major
hill, pa.-. la t night, hy t he Seriate j )u) yrnp!e, federal prohibition direc direc-foUwwing
foUwwing direc-foUwwing similar action hy 1 he House j t,r for the central states, arrived
Saturday, continued today to occupy j lM r today to anply to the United
much attention of railroad union of-j Slates commissioner for warrants for
ficials and ;(!:-) al committeemen, who j the a i rest of six oilicials of Iron coun coun-ar;
ar; coun-ar; hen- to oass on 'resident Wil-1 ty and the village of Iron River,
son's proposal Tor settlement of their j f.;,.: ot Vith obstructing enforcement
wage demands by an impartial tri-! (,t the irohibition law.
bunal. Unanimously condemned by'
organized labor, the railroad bill now- LOCAL OBSTRUCTION
goes to the White House, where direct! Tr 0. r, TT ,

appeal may be made bv the unions fori , , r
. , "... .. iiclused todav to issue fede
a veto to prevent the arbitration pro- i r T
. . , - rants for the arrest of six Ir

vls'ons, to which they object, going j
into effect. Strike talk is heard onen-
.j, i.i c. iw. vwitt in-jii
ga the red.
is thought by some of;
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oihcers it is discountenanc-
the higher

j Palmer. Dalrymple notified Hatch if
SHIPPING SALE SCRAP j uie warrants were not issued this aft-t.,,.4,-,.,.
u..;i t: .4:,. I ciT.oon he would make the arrests

Columbia supreme court today sign
ed a formal order against the ship ship-pind
pind ship-pind board to prevent the sale of
twentv-nine former German liners.
The court consented to the request of
the board that the steamship Suwan-
nee, which sold for two million dol dollars,
lars, dollars, be excluded from the injunction
order. William Randolph Hearst, who
brought the proceedings, furnished
$1.0,000 hon dto indemnify the ship shipping
ping shipping board against loss.
MEETING OF WOMAN'S CLUB
The rog
ular meeting of the Ocala
Woman's Club was. held Satui'day aft
ernoon with the program in charge
of the chairmen on health and conser conservation.
vation. conservation. The president of the club,
Mrs. W. T. Gary, called the meeting
to order, and the chairman of public
health, Mrs. II. C. Doier, announced
the first of the series of lessons on
civic biology by Or. Hodge of the
university extension department,
would occur Tuesday afternoon at
o'clock at the club house.
Mrs. Gary riinounced that the date
of the dedication of the memorial
avenue was still uncertain, owing to
various local conditions, but it would
be well advertised. Several names had
been suggested i for the avenue, the
one meeting the most, popular' favor
being "Victory Way," and upon put
to a vote this is the name decided ;
upon for the beautiful avenue about
completed at the opening of Tusea Tusea-willa
willa Tusea-willa Park.
Mrs. F. G. B. Wei he, chairman of
conservation and animal protection,
said that her committee is going to
erect in Tuscawilla Park a drinking
fountain to the memory of the ani animals
mals animals who served in the war. This an announcement
nouncement announcement was received with great
applause.
A splendid paper on conservation,
pa-'ks and driveways., was read by
Mrs. H. Harold, whose writings are
always listened to with pleasure. Mrs.
Harold spoke not only of the beauty
of trees, but. of their economic utility,
ami cited several well known "authori "authorities
ties "authorities on the subject of their conserva conservator!,
tor!, conservator!, quoting nassages from Dr. Oliver
Wendall Holmes' "Autocrat, of the
Breakfast Table." She gave a beauti beautiful
ful beautiful tribute to the late Mrs. Maughs,
who had the development of the park
so close te her heart.
Mrs. Harold was followed by Miss
Musie Bullock', who sang two num numbers
bers numbers most delightfully, her accom accompanist
panist accompanist on this occasion being Mrs. 0.
W. Moremen.
The state chairman of social and
industrial conditions, Mrs. Amos H.
Norris of Tampa, was present for a
short time and made a graceful little
speech in which she expressed her
pleasure in being able to attend a
session of the Ocala Woman's Club,
complimenting the members on their
possession of such an attractive club
house and sneaking in praise of the
condition and management of the
Ocala Industrial School, which she
had visited earlier in the day. Mrs.
E. C. Bennett of this city is a mem member
ber member of the state committee of which
Mrs. Norris is chairman.
Dr. K. J. Weihe gave a much ap appreciated
preciated appreciated and interesting lecture on
the organism and tliseases of the eye,
supplementing his discourse with
chart illustrations. Dr. Weihe is a
skilled practitioner and an authority
on optics, and spoke of the impor importance
tance importance of correcting defections in the
sight early in life, saying that peo people
ple people so often dislike to put glasses on
a child, whereas more than often it
relieves the necessity of their-use in
later life.
Mrs. Hampton delighted the au audience
dience audience with two vocal numbers, sing singing
ing singing in her usual charming manner,
ard was followed my a discourse by
Miss Nellie Stevens, whom Ocala still

TENDS 10 ACT
ANYHOW
I)::h ymple, in Spite of Antipathy of
I. oca I Officials, Will Not
Delayed
f is:
ral war-
ron coun
ty officials charged with conspiracy to
obstruct the prohibition law. Hatch
, , , 1J.i. i.
, c ,. .
approval of the district attorney,
. , ... i
without warrants.
SEEKING NEW SITES
Th,ee Energetic F
Meet Requirem
Firms Moving
to
ments of Their
Business
The Pylcs & Perkins Company,
iwn.'cn since its organization nas been
operating in the building once oc
cupied by the Ocala Northern Rail-,
vi-y, has bought from Mr. F. E. Har-j
ris Jr. the Bierman building opposite
the postoffiee. The company will over
haul this buildim and nut it in the!
ir,. r,f n,m;, nn,i nnnu if iffi
equipment sufficient to make one of j
of the best undertaking parlors and!
embalming rooms in the state.
The U-Serve Grocery, which estab-
lis'ied itseli in this huimmg and is i
firding it too small for its increasing
trade, intends to move into Joe Mal Mal-ever's
ever's Mal-ever's present quarters, on the west western
ern western side of the public square. Mr.
Malevor, in his turn, will move his
big stock of goods into the building
he purchased from the Gary estate
on the northwest corner of the square,
a in', which 1
i e i s
class
going to transform
men's clothing and
into a first
shoe store.
Blaloek Bros., who for several years;
have been huildin.g up a big auto tire
rcf-airing business in the east end of
th.. Robertson building have rented
th(, vooms jn the north end of the
Oeala House block formerly occupied
by A It man & Charles, and are rapid rapidly
ly rapidly removing their stock and eejuip eejuip-nu
nu eejuip-nu nt into that new and better situat situated
ed situated location.
claims although she is now working
in other fields. The subject of Miss
Steens' talk was rural health inspec inspection
tion inspection and she outlined the plan of Dr.
Hiram Byrd, at one time state health
chairman, now serving in Washington
in the federal government. Dr. Byrd's
plan of rural health inspection is be being
ing being adopted in every state and it is
gratifying to Floridians that its suc success
cess success was first tested in this state.
Miss Stevens said the four essentials
of child health in schools are clean
rooms, clean air, clean hands and in individual
dividual individual drinking cups. This was a
very interesting lecture anel at its
close the president of the club spoke
a few words on the importance of es establishing
tablishing establishing this health department in
Marion county, and askeel that club
women in general take a stand for its
institution. Mrs. Gary also made a
plea to the club women to agitate the
movement of Ocala's acquisition of
tue state capital, since this is the log logical
ical logical geographical situation for it and
if Ocala works hard enough there is
no eiuestion of its attainment.
This very interesting meeting clos closed
ed closed with a social half-hour in which the
hostesses of the afternoon, Mrs. Lev Lev-erett
erett Lev-erett Futch and Mrs. Paul Simmons,
se;vod hot chocolate and wafers.
ORDER OF EASTERN STAR9
Ocala Chapter No. 29, O. E. S.,
meets at the Masonic hall the second
and fourth Thursday evenings of each
month at S o'clock.
Mrs. Lillian Simmons, W. M.
Mrs. Susan Cook, Secretary.
WOODMEN OF THE WORLD
Fort King Camp No. 14 meets at
K. of P. hall at 7:;10 p. rn. 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.
R. A. M. CIIA1TER No. 13
Regular convocations of the Ocala
Chapter No. 13, R. A. M.. on the first
Friday in every month at 8 p. m.
II. S. WTesson, H. P.
Jake Brown, Secretary.

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OCALA, FLORIDA", TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 21, 1920.

ENGLAND TOOK
In Sending War Vessels to Constan Constantinople,
tinople, Constantinople, Altho Ships Were Sent
by Other Allies
(Associated I'ress)
Paris, Feb. 24. Great Britain took
the initiative in sending a fleet to
Constantinople, says a London dis dispatch
patch dispatch to the Petit Parisien, quoting
Premier Millerand, who is said to
have added there were other allied
warships in the Golden Horn.
INTEND TO MAKE A HALF-WAY
ARRANGEMENT
London, Feb. 24. Recognition of
the Russian soviet government by the
Entente nations is not contemplated
by the supreme council but trade re relations
lations relations may be resumed and mutual
engagements relative to aggression
agreed upon as a result of yester yester-daysV
daysV yester-daysV conversations by the council, ac according
cording according to the newspapers here.
BOLSHEVIKI MUST BEHAVE
London, Feb. 24. The Allies will
decline to deal with soviet Russia "un "until
til "until they have arrived at the conviction
that bolshevist horrors have come to
an end," it was announced after the
meeting of the supreme allied coun council
cil council today.
SCRAP AT MURMANSK
SLIGHT
WAS
Christiania, Feb. 24. Refugees ar arriving
riving arriving at Varde declare the bolshevik
forces which captured Murmansk
numbered only 5000 and the losses on
both sides were slight. Two Russian
steamers and several small boats es escaped
caped escaped with refugees.
CAPTURED MANY CRAFT
London, Feb. 24. The capture of
ice-breaking and other naval craft by
the red forces overrunning the Arch Archangel
angel Archangel and Murmansk sections in
North Russia is reported in a Mos Moscow
cow Moscow communique today.
BEVERLY HOTEL BURNED
(Associated Press)
Staunton, Va., Feb. 24. Five men
aiul one woman are in the hospital as
a result of bums and injuries receiv received
ed received this morning in a fire which
wrecked the interior of the Beverly
hotel here and drove eighty-five
guests into the streets in their night
clothes. The condition of one man
is critical. It is believed the fire re resulted
sulted resulted from gasoline which the porter
was using to clean clothes.
RACING AT FAIR GROUNDS
SATURDAY AFTERNOON
Saturday afternoon at the fair
grounds Ocala will have its first thrill
of real automobile racing. The New
York Racing Association, which has
recently staged races on Daytona
Beach and at Gainesville, has com completed
pleted completed arrangements whereby the fast
professional drivers and care appear appear-in
in appear-in gthere will race here. There will
also be a race between an aeroplane
and a racing car, and a special race
for locally owned cars and local driv drivers.
ers. drivers. The entries include a Duesling
Special, Stutz Special, Mercer Spec Special
ial Special and other fast cars. All fine events
will be conducted under the supervis supervision
ion supervision of local enthusiasts, and the Am American
erican American Automobile Association.
MRS. STEEL
The death of a great and notable
club woman, Mrs. William D. Steel,
occurred last Monday at a hospital in
Kansas City. The papers containing
lengthy and full accounts of the sad
event were received by Miss Mar Marguerite
guerite Marguerite Porter this morning. Miss
Porter met Mrs. Steel at the federa federation
tion federation meeting of woman's clubs last
fall in St. Petersburg and had prom promised
ised promised to assist her in the music booth
at the biennial which meets in Des Des-Moines,
Moines, Des-Moines, Iowa, in June. The papers
were sent by Mrs. Steel's husband
and contained such tributes as only a
great and good woman could call
forth. Mrs. Steel was beautiful in
person and in character, cultured,
traveled and beloved by all who knew
her. The papers of her home town
devoted columns to her wonderful
life. The business houses were closed
by proclamation of the mayor. Mrs.
Steel was chairman of the music com
mittee of the National Federation of
Woman's Clubs. To her more than to
any other was due the great popu popularity
larity popularity and universal participation in
the community singing of the nation
Her death comes as a painful shock
to all musical circles of America.
Cherry Bark Cough Syrup will
stop that cough. Gerig's Drug
Store. 2-18-tf

INITIATIVE

ALL ROTARY WEEK
IS CELEBRATED

Ocala Club Will Stage a Dinner and
Special Program in Honor
of Event
More than six hundred Rotary clubs
in the United States and Canada and
throughout the woxld are observing
this week as "All-Rotary Week," in
commemoration of the 15th anniver anniversary
sary anniversary of the birth of Rotary,-in Chi Chicago,
cago, Chicago, February 21, 1905. On Friday
night at 8 o'clock, in the dining room
of the new Masonic home, the Ocala
Rotary Club will have a dinner in
honor of the event.
President Murphree of the Univer Univer-city
city Univer-city of Florida and Mayor R. L. An Anderson
derson Anderson of Ocala have been invited to
be guests of the Ocala Rotary Club
at its dinner Friday night. There
will be an address on the "Progress
of Rotary," by Rotarian Will Gary
and an address on "A Visit to the
Headquarters of the Association" by
Rotarian Fred Hocker. There will,
also, be a special program of songs.
DEMAND BILLS TOOK
A SUDDEN DROP
t Associated Press)
New York, Feb. 24. Demand bills
for the English pound sterling drop dropped
ped dropped 514 cents today, opening at
$3.35
GOOD FARM CHANGES HANDS
James Hall, nurseryman, who re recently
cently recently opened a real estate office in
the Florida House, sold the farm of
Mr. T. J. McQuaig of Lowell to Mr.
Charles Plummer of Miami, last week.
This was is one of the best equipped
7d-acre farms in the county, being lo located
cated located on the Dixie Highway, and in
the heart of the best farming land in
the state. Mr. Hall says that he has
about 100 farms listed for sale at dif different
ferent different points in this county, some of
which are real bargains and vary in
size from 10 to 1000 acres.
HARRINGTON HALL ARRIVALS
J. II. Borroughs, Jacksonville; E. C.
Doyl and wife, W. R. Doyl and wife.
South Carolina; Chas. H. Plumb, G.
R. Tutwiler, Tampa; P. A. Gregory,
Atlanta; A. B. Tribble, Jacksonville;
William Radcliff and wife, Jackson Jacksonville;
ville; Jacksonville; Mrs. B. F. Cocker and sons,
Thomas Fuller, Philadelphia; W. H.
SMeverse, Elmer Opper and wife,
Fargo, N. C; O. C. Lyons, Jackson Jacksonville;
ville; Jacksonville; E. E. Cooper, Clearwater; James
Wallworth and wife, Mrs. F. II. Mos Mos-ser.
ser. Mos-ser. Chester, Pa.; Capt. H. II. Baird,
Fort Oglethorp; F. D. Jolly, Mrs. M.
Runyan, New York; M. A. Young, T.
S. Thompson, Jacksonville; W. H.
Powell, Archer; J. B. Pepper, Monte
Carlo, Ga.; F. E. Fox, St. Louis; W.
L. Burnett, Atlanta; F. M. Houlman,
J. R. Wilford, Tampa; H. L. Coles,
Gainesville; R. H. Jones, Toronto; O.
S. Pixley and wife, Batavia, N. Y.;
R. Z. Hocker, Detroit; H. L. Brown Brown-lee,
lee, Brown-lee, W. N. Avera, C. C. Kirby, M. A.
Norwalk, M. D. Moody, J. II. Elder,
Jacksonville.
STANDARD KAOLIN CO.
The annual meeting of the stock
holders of the Standard Kaolin Com
pany will be held at its office in Lees Lees-burg,
burg, Lees-burg, Florida, at 4 p. m. on the 10th
day of March, 1920.
II. A. Budd, Secretary.
2-24-2t-tues
TERRIBLY SWOLLEN
Suffering Described As Torture
Relieved by Black-Draught.
Rossville, Ga. Mrs. Kate Lee Able, ol
this place, writes: "My husband is an
engineer, and once while lifting, he in injured
jured injured himself with a piece of heavy ma machinery,
chinery, machinery, across the abdomen He was
so sore he could not bear to press on
himself at all, on chest or abdomen. He
weighed 1C5 lbs., and fell off until he
weighed 110 lbs., in two weeks.
He became constipated and it looked
like he would die. We had three different
doctors, yet with all their medicine, his
bowels failed to act. He would turn up
a ten-cent bottle of castor oil, and drinlc
it two or three days in succession, lie
did this yet without result. We became
desperate, he suffered so. He was swol swollen
len swollen terribly. He told me his suffering
could only be described as torture.
I sent and bought Thedford's Black Black-Draught.
Draught. Black-Draught. I made him take a big dose,
and when it began to act he fainted, he
was in such misery, but he got relief and
bega? o mend at once. He got weH,
and we both feel !:e owes his life to
Thedford's Black-Draught'
Thedford's Black-Draught will help you
to keep fit, ready for the day's work.
Try itl NC-131

HIGHWAY MEASURE
BEFORE BOARD

Good Roads Committee Recommends
Endorsement of the Town Town-send
send Town-send Bill
The Townsend bill providing for a
national highway system will come up
for consideration at the regular
meeting of the Marion County Board
of Trade, Thursday night, February
2G, at 8 o'clock. This measure. has
the endorsement of the good roads
committee of the Board of Trade, and
the committee will recommend that
the trade body as a whole endorse the
measure, and select representatives
on the Federal Highway Council.
The Townsend bill provides in brief
for the following. A national highway
system to comprise not less than two
per cent, nor more than five per cent
uic kuiai mgiiway mileage aLuauy
used as such in any state, and not
less than two per cent, nor more than
four per cent, of the total highway
mileage actually used as such in all
of the states and affording convenient
ingress to and egress from each state
at not less than three points connect connected
ed connected with highways forming part of the
nt'.tional system in adjoining states.
It provides that where any highway
of any route selected to form a part
of the national system has been con
structed by the state or subdivision
thereof, it will be lawful for the na national
tional national highway commission to con construct
struct construct an equivalent mileage of high highways
ways highways not on the national highway
system, but connected therewith, such
highways, after their completion,
however, not to be maintained by the
United States, nor subject to the con control
trol control of the national highway com commission.
mission. commission. The federal highway commission is
to consist of three members to be ap appointed
pointed appointed by the president, with the
advise and consent of the Senate; the
members to be chosen from different
geological sections; and not more than
two members to be of the same politi political
cal political party, and to be appointed for
terms of two, four and six years re respectively.
spectively. respectively. Each member of the com commission
mission commission will receive a salary of $10,-
000 a year, and shall select one of its (
i t i .i
memDers as cnairman ana tney snail
devote all of their time to the busi business
ness business of the commission.
The commission shall select the
highways to be comprised in the na national
tional national system, consulting with the
state highway departments.
The commission shall construct and
maintain the highways or arrange
with the state highway departments
t' supervise the construction and
maintenance subject to the control of
the commission. Only such durable
types and adequate widths of surface
as will meet the traffic conditions and
probable future needs.
No money is to be spent under the
act in any state until its legislature
has assented, except that until the
final adjournment of the first regular
session of the legislature, the assent
of the governor shall be sufficient.
The rights of way for the highway
shall be transferred to the United
States as fully as may be permitted
under the constitution of each state.
The rights of way to be not less than
6G feet wide, except where physical
conditions, excessive costs, or legal
obstacles render the attainment of
such width impracticable.
The highways are to be construct constructed,
ed, constructed, maintained and regulated except
as otherwise provided at the expense
of the United States. i
The commission is given authority
to make the necessary regulations to
preserve and protect the highways.
All of the powers and duties of the
secretary of agriculture related to
highways or public roads as contain contained
ed contained in the acts making appropriations
for the department of agriculture and
the act making appropriations for aid
to the states in the construction of
rural post roads are transferred to
the national highway commission, and
all the powers and duties of the
council of national defense in relation
to highways, highway transportation
and public roads are transferred to
the national highway commission.
The bill appropriates $50,000,000 to
become available immediately, $75, $75,-000,000
000,000 $75,-000,000 for the fiscal year beginning
July 1. 1920, and $100,000,000 for
each of the three succeeding years. In
all $425,000,000 which shall be avail available
able available until expended.
The commission is required to make
a report each year to Congress, show showing
ing showing in detail the operations and ex expenditures.
penditures. expenditures. 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 tho city.

VOL. 2G, NO. 17

LEGION TO HAVE
CHICKEN SUPPER
Big Get-Together Meeting and Mem Membership
bership Membership Drive on Thursday
Night, February 26
A chicken pillau supper and a gen general
eral general get-together meeting and mem membership
bership membership drive will take the place of
the regular monthly meeting of the
Marion County Post No. 1 of the
American Legion, Thursday night,
March 4, at 8 o'clock. The members
of the post expect this to be the livest
session that they have had since the
post was organized last year. Every
member of the post is being urged to
bring with him to the meeting Kall of
the ex-service hien that he can. It is
heped that the membership of the
post can be increased to two or three
hundred, at least. In addition to the
"chicken purlo" supper and a brief
business session, there will be a spec special
ial special program of entertainment. A spec special
ial special committee has been appointed to
arrange for the supper and meeting,
consisting of T. D. Lancaster Jr.,
chairman, Dr. H. C. Dozier, Norton
P. Davis, Robert MacKay and John
Thompson. They promise all service
men who attend a big time.
ANOTHER FOOL IDEA
(Associated Press)
Bryn Mawr, Pa., Feb. 24. Use of
the government's surplus smoke mak making
ing making material left over from the war in
signalling Mars was suggested today
by James Crenshaw, associate pro professor
fessor professor of chemistry at Bryn Mawr
Ccllegee. Smoke screens hundreds of
miles wide, he believes, would be
seen. The professor advocated cov covering
ering covering an area as big as the state of
Pennsylvania with white or black
smoke.
GOVERNMENT JOBS
Washington, Feb. 21.
Government jobs for honorably dis discharged
charged discharged soldiers and sailors as sten stenographers
ographers stenographers and typists are ready for
all those who are willing to work in
Washington, D. C, according to an
announcement made today by Lieut. Lieut.-Col.
Col. Lieut.-Col. Mathew C. Smith, of the office
of the assistant to the secretary of
war. This is the United States Civil
Service Commissions' answer to tho
complaint so often heard during the
demobilization of the army, that civil civilians
ians civilians and women filled the clerical
places in Washington which should be
given to returned fighting men. Ex Ex-service
service Ex-service men now have preference on
all the lists, under the law.
The official bulletin reads:
"The government needs large num numbers
bers numbers of stenographers and typists in
Washington. Usual entrance salaries
are $1000 to $12000 a year, plus the
bonus of $20 a month authorized by
Congress. Higher salaried positions
are usually filled through promotion.
The homes registration bureau of the
community service constantly main maintains
tains maintains a list of available rooming and
boarding places in Washington. Liv Living
ing Living conditions are considerably im improved.
proved. improved. Full information and appli application
cation application blanks may be obtained from
the secretary of the local board of
civil service examiners at the postof
fiee or customs house in any city
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0"ee. The Optometrist ex-
rs amines the eye by the
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Col. Robert W. Davis of the Gaines Gainesville
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we fear we do not deserve when he
says: "Our old time friend, J. H. Ben Benjamin,
jamin, Benjamin, editor of the Ocala Star, called
on us Saturday evening he and his
fine, manly son. He didn't abide with
us as long as we could have wished
but we had a eood hand shake that

meant a whole lot to us just a hand

shake. It was a good, honest, sincere

hand he extended to us. We like J. H.
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nesses kindnesses to us and because of his sin

cerity. We like him too, because when
he has anything to say, he is not
afraid to say it. He has been a long

time friend to Florida and has writ

ten more eood thines about it than

could be contained in a set of volumes

as big as the Encyclopedia Brittanica.

Whether Ocala knows it or not. it is

blessed in having two such citizens as
Frank Harris of the Banner and J. H.

Benjamin of the Star.

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The Star doesn't wear its ear to the
grcund. It likes to have public senti sentiment
ment sentiment with it, but it isn't afraid to
buck public sentiment when it thinks
public sentiment is wrong.
Sam Gompers denounces the organ organization
ization organization of a labor party. Perhaps we
are mistaken, but its our opinion that
if labor people form a party and rely
on voting instead of striking, it will

be better for them and the general
public.
Mr. J. C. Luning, state treasurer,
will be a candidate for re-election.
It's the Star's opinion that the people
can do no better than retain him in
the office which he has held with such
credit to himself and advantage to
the state. It would be hard work to
find as good as man impossible to
find a better one.
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A leading newspaper writer says
that Mr. Wilson is naturally a high high-tempered
tempered high-tempered man, and that his discour discourteous
teous discourteous dismissal of Mr. Lansing was
the result of his temper getting away
from him. If the said writer's ex explanation
planation explanation is correct, the people may
feel better. No public man in the
United States has had such a strain
on his temper as Mr. Wilson has had,

ana none nas given way to it less.
Trained newspaper men are mak

mg the best officials because they

nave oeen taught to despise graft and
they know what real service to the

public is. Governor Cox. of fihi

twice elected to Congress and three
times as chief executive of the great

siaxe oi Uhio and he is tirnmir..!

mentioned as a candidate for presi-

aenu oi the United States on the dem

If Editor Bloom of the Lakeland

Star will study his copies of the Con

gressional Record containing the de

bates just at the time the vote on

reservations to the treaty was taken

some months ago, he will find that
Senator Fletcher made a short but verv

emphatic speech in its favor and if all

the other senators had followed his ex example
ample example the country would have been
spared months of useless uncertainty.
Senator Trammell, we understand,
was against the treaty, but at any

rate he did not take up days or even
hours of the public time with useless

jabber as did Lodge, Borah, Johnson,

Keed and the other lallygags on that

side. Perhaps it hasn't occurred to
Bloom that as the treaty was not be before
fore before the House, Clark, Drane, Sears

and Smithwick had no business dis discussing
cussing discussing it. We think that on the

whole our delegation did very well

with the treaty.
We have a strong suspicion that
Goode Guerry of the Palatka News is
a suffraget. Ocala Star.
We must admit it, Brother Benja Benjamin,
min, Benjamin, while sidestepping an argument.
From the liberty of women that of
nations has flowed accompanied with
the proscription of many inhuman
usages1 diffused over all the other
parts of the world. Palatka News.
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When a Marion county farmer
comes to Ocala and sells his eggs for
fifty or sixty cents a dozen, then
goes into a restaurant and pays 35
cents for two of the same, or two just
like them, with two or three slices of
stale bread and about enough butter

to grease the bill of a humming bird,
there is not much use to talk to him
about Swift, Armour and the other
packers being profiteers.
If some buck private had said the
things about Sims that Sims has said
about Daniels, that private would not
need a medal. He'd have a nice wood wooden
en wooden cross in Flanders. Leesburg Com Commercial.
mercial. Commercial. Oh, no, he wouldn't, Leach. He
would have a year or six months in;
prison, with loss of his pay. Don't
make such exaggerated statements.
We have too many legal holidays.
Every one of them is a bad break in.
business. It is well enough to ob observe
serve observe Christmas and the fourth of
July, but on the other days that the-

postomces are shut nearly everybody

has to work as usual, and it is a great
inconvenience to the general public

not to be able to get its mail or buy

stamps.
SOUTH FLORIDA FAIR
A GREAT SUCCESS

(Tampa Times)
According to President Brorein, the
South Florida Fair this year surpass

ed all expectations, and from the

standpoint of exhibits, was the great greatest
est greatest yet held. The attendance this year
was larger than that of previous
years, despite the rain Wednesday.
Saturday's attendance, with several
hundred Shriners present, totalled
13,630, making a grand total of 69, 69,-946
946 69,-946 for the week.
It is impossible to make any esti estimate
mate estimate of the operating surplus, as
there are still bills remaining unpaid.
But there is no doubt existing in the
minds of any of the directors but that

the surplus this year will exceed that
of last, which totalled more than
$13,000. Members of the fair asso

ciation serve without compensation

and every cent taken in over actual

expenses will be invested to make the
Tampa event one of the best and bier-

gest in the country.

Plans are already beine discussed

for next year and the fair will be
made larger and better than the one

just passed. As yet only general ideas
are available, but one of the improve improvements
ments improvements contemplated next vear win

pertain to the exhibits. Complete in-

luiiuduyji win De sent out early in the
J season and thus the farmers, grow

ers and general exhibitors can pre-1
pare their exhibits during- the ?row-'

ing season. One of the biggest assets
for splendid success of the South
Florida Fair is the location of thp

grounds, which are only a few min-
utes' distance from the heart of the

city.

The services Sunday at the Baptist
church were of unu.sua! interest. In
the morning the pulpit was tilled by a
former pastor, Rev. C. H. Nash, now
of Tampa, who preached a wonder wonderfully
fully wonderfully spiritual and logical sermon
from the text, "Be able to give a rea reason
son reason for the faith that is within you."
Dr. Nash has been hi the ministry
for nearly fifty years, coming to
Ocala thirty-seven years ago and
serving the church as a beloved pas pastor
tor pastor for nine years. Since that time he
has occupied some of th- best pulpits
in the state and is known as one of
the strongest expositors of the "old
book and the old faith" among the
Baptist ministry. Many old friends of
other denominations heard him. and
all were glad to note his remarkable
vigor of body, clearness of thought
and resonance of voice. Dr. Nash is
84 years of age and yet looks, thinks
and speaks as a man of scarcely mid middle
dle middle age. He is a remarkable demon demonstration
stration demonstration of a life devoted to the high higher
er higher ideals, sane living and service to
his fellow man.
In the evening the church was

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ine eloquent and scholarly president j and division of this book of the Bible
oT Mtetson Univer.-ity. Dr. llully pre-j va:.- unique and will have a new
far-d his rcrnarl.s bv statin'' what he ; meaninsr to all who heard the sprmnn.

Kr.ev." would be ot interest to all Lap-t'-ts
and others interested in higher
e;i I'catif-n. the .-nlendid condition of
the unier-ity, vhi h has this year a
k'.iL'e atendance and h;is recently re received
ceived received an additional gift of .;M),Oti0
a- a:i endowment.
The theme for th" evening sermon
wa.- the "IVahns," and for nearly an
houi Dr. Huiiv was heaul with ab-

Hi.- version of the 14th Psalm, which
he called "the fool's creed," and of the
loth, which he termed the "good citi citizenship
zenship citizenship Psalm," were most striking.
Dr. Hullv is a strong intellectual
force along all educational lines and
an eloquent, forceful speaker.
A pleasing incident at the Baptist
Sunday school was the presentation
o." two cases of handsome Hat silver to

Mrs. Tillman, from the Sunday school
and the church as a testimonial of ap appreciation
preciation appreciation of her efficient and faithful
service. The gifts were directed "To
our Mary," with the love and good
wishes of the entire congregation.
Mrs. Tillman as "Mary Gates" was
hi ought up in the Baptist church,
where her father was for many years
a deacon and her and uncle aunt, Mr.
and Mrs. W. E. Jeffords, were active
members.

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trains at OCALA UNION STATION.
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SALES JUflflP OVER
500 PER CENT
Dr. Williams 101 Tonic Greatly in
Demand for "Flu" Treatment
While the influenza plague was
raging in October, 1918. the sales of
Dr. Williams 101 Tonic jumped over
500 per cent. Ther can be only one
reason for such a tremendous in increase;
crease; increase; and that is that Dr. Williams
101 Tonic is a correct treatment for
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as well as Malaria and other fevers.
Quinine, the enemy of disease germs,
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and disease.
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If you have any society items,

phone five-one.
Mr. L. H. Mason is a visitor in the
city for a few days.
Mr. Bill Avery, the popular travel traveling
ing traveling salesman for one of the large
cigarette manufacturing concerns, is
a visitor in town.

Use Klenzo Liquid Antiseptic, either
as a spray or gargle. It's pleasant and
effective. Sold only at Gerig's Drug
Store. 2-18-tf

Mr. and Mrs. L. K. Ketchum have
taken rooms at the residence of Mr.
and Mrs. H. B. Clarkson, where they
will be during their visit to Ocala.

Mr. and Mrs. T. A. Blake are now
occupying one of Miss Meta Jewett's
houses on South Second street, re recently
cently recently vacated by Dr. and Mrs. Ther-rell.

Mrs. E. L. Wartmann has returned
to her home at Citra after a pleasant
two weeks visit at the home of her
son, Mr. Alison Wartmann on Fort
King avenue.

All customers of Federal Bread are
satisfied customers. Ask them. tf
Mrs. P. V. Leavengood returned
last night from Miami and St. Au Augustine.
gustine. Augustine. Mrs. Leavengood was the
guest of Mrs. Harry Simons in Miami
and had a most enjoyable visit.
Mr. Donald Schreiber of Youngs Youngs-town,
town, Youngs-town, Ohio, has arrived in the city
for a several weeks visit to his wife
and baby at the home of Mrs.
Schreibers' parents, Mr. and Mrs. G.

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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
5 Gal. Texas Motor Oil, 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.
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Mrs. J. R. Moorhead is expected
home this afternoon from Tampa,
where she has been in charge of the
citrus exchange booth at the South
Florida Fair.

SUNDAY EVENING SERVICES
AT THE EPISCOPAL CHURCH

Mrs. Eugene Cox left yesterday
afternoon for her home in Atlanta,
after a pleasant visit at Citra with
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Wart Wartmann
mann Wartmann and in Ocala, the guest of her
brother, Mr. Alison Wartmann, and
family.
If you want a real good glass of
coca-cola go to Gerig's Drug Store, tf
The regular Presbyterian social
will be held at the residence of Mr.
and Mrs. R. ( L. Anderson Thursday
afternoon from 4 to 6 o'clock. Circle
No. 1 as hostess. 24-2t

Misses Grace and Bessie. Smith of
Jacksonville have been visiting their
relatives here the last two days. They
like Jacksonville but are glad to get
into the home town once in a while.

Mr. C. P. Howell is carrying his
right arm in a sling from the effects
of cranking his car. The engine back backfired
fired backfired and broke both bones in Mr.
Howell's forearm. His friends trust
that the injured member will soon be
well again. 1

We desire to express our heartfelt
thanks to the many friends who were
so kind to us during the illness and
death of Mr. Hayes. These acts of
kindness will always be cherished in
our memory. Mrs. J. B. Hayes.
J. B. Hayes.
J. M. Guynn.
MRS. SARA JANE MANLY
Vocal culture at the Woman's Club.
Studio hours 10 to 12 a. m. 16-12t

FLORIDA SOFT PHOSPHATE AND
LIME COMPANY
Ocala, Florida.
The annual meeting of the stock stockholders
holders stockholders of the Florida Soft Phosphate
and Lime Company will be held at the
office of the corporation in Ocala. Flor Florida,
ida, Florida, on the twelfth day of March,
1920, at 12 o'clock, noon, for the fol following
lowing following purposes:
1. To elect a board of directors.
2. To transact such other business
as may properly come before the
stockholders. James H. Bowditch,
2-24-tues-3t Secretary.

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, 1920, at
nine o'clock.
The object of the meeting is to
elect officers for the ensuing year, to
receive the annual reports and to
transact such other business as may
be brought up.
T. T. Munroe, President.
Attest: E. H. Martin, Sac'y. 9-od

The large congregation at Grace
Episcopal church, on the evening of
Sunday, February 22nd, had the priv privilege
ilege privilege of being participants in one of
the most beautiful and touching serv services
ices services that has ever been held in Ocala.
The special feature of the service,
after the usual order of evening pray prayer,
er, prayer, was the lowering of the service
flag, which has hung in the church
since fifteen of her young sons re responded
sponded responded to the call of their country.
The ceremony was prefaced by. the
reading of the preamble to the con constitution
stitution constitution of the United States, after
which two young veterans, in their
uniforms, of the army and navy,
stepped forward, reverently and ten tenderly
derly tenderly lowered and folded the flag and
presented it to the rector, who placed
it upon the altar from which it was
latw removed and put in a place of
peimanent keeping. Following this
Miss Isabel Shaw sang beautifully
and effectively the "Recessional," by
Kipling. The scene and the wonder wonderful
ful wonderful song will not soon be forgotten.
The rector presented to the parents
of Simeon LaG range Sistrunk, on be behalf
half behalf of the French government, a di diploma
ploma diploma of honorable service, a testi testimonial
monial testimonial given to those of our army or
navy who have given their lives. This
was very fitting at this time as La La-Grange
Grange La-Grange was a member of the Sunday
school from earliest childhood, and
later a chorister for a number of
years.
Mr. Neighbour's sermon on this oc occasion
casion occasion was a brief but masterly study
of the life of Washington and its
bearing on the conditions of today.
He is a speaker who uses no superflu superfluous
ous superfluous words, his manner simple, direct
and forceful. Grace church is indeed
fortunate to have for a rector, and
Ocala to have for a citizen, so fine a
type of Christian gentleman. Let us
be good to him.
For Clerk Circuit Court
To the Democratic Voters of Marion

County: I hereby announce myself a

candidate for clerk of the circuit court

in the June primary of this year, sub

ject to the democratic voters.
1 have ibeen a member of the 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.
I now reside at Sparr within ten miles
of -where I was born a little over forty
years ago. I have a family of six chil children
dren children that I very much desire to bring
up in the straight and narrow way. I
therefore promise the voters of this
county, if 1 am elected clerk, I will give
you the best service possible. I will
look after your inteensts 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.
JAMKiS K. THOMAS.
!parr, Florida.

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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 lice & PacMmg Co.

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Advertise and get Results

Mr. W. O. Brewer, who was in town

Saturday, had some scars on his face, J

and when we accused him of whipping
some fellow he modestly replied that
he had been fighting a woods fire and
a rake flew up and hit him. When
we spoke to him about that four hun hundred
dred hundred thousand dollar road East Levy
was going to build, and said we guess guessed
ed guessed he would soon be trying to split
off Bloxham county again, he said no,
he had enough. We are glad to hear
friend Brewer talk that way; if he
and all other good citizens will stay
with us we will have a good roads
system some day.
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OCaLA EVENING STAR, TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 24, 1520

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:EMOVAL

ANNOUNCEMENT

From this date we will be located on
the northwest corner of the Ocaia House
block opposite thecourthoure. Our move
to new quarters was necesitated by the
constant growth of our business. In our
new place of business, with the added fa facilities,
cilities, facilities, we are in a better position than
ever to give our patrons first class service
on Vulcanizing, and our line of Tires
ann Tubes is also more complete than
ever. Call on us in our new home.

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LATEST LOCALS

Temperature th i- morn in;
noon, 70.

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ADVERTISEMENT

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A MEAL MAN WANTED

Judge W. E. Smith has returned

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home from a vacation spent in Texas. r r..,r ....
Ine hrt thing- the jud2- did on reach-;
ing- his office was. to call up the P-rryj 1L.F. 1 t.TAl NEEDS

r.dvarri:? fasp u-hich will nnn k. I

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RATES

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time, 20c. ; three times., i.c: ix times li

. i'-rc.; one month Payable in ad-il

. t.. rJurnett are vk- i V;,r r-

Mr. and Mrs

itors in Orlando for the next month
or 5:ix weeks.

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An aggressive, live wire, old line Life Insurance Company (white
busii.es. only) recently entered in Florida, wants a General Agent
arid solicitors for Oeaal and vicinity. Exceptional contract for
thos that qualify. Home office representative now in city to coach
beginners.
So;- or write ED GREY, at the Magnolia House, for full particulars.

WANTED-

Youn;: n;:ir: or boy, pre-';

l.-i .- i.iy 17 to l year- old. to .ts-ist in i
1 Mrs. John m.ji-i'. .pjly to T. W. Tiox'.er. 2;-It'

, The friends of Mr. and

Kobertson and their son. Jack, will j ---
regret to hear of tho illness of all TO EC1 i N rt I n : y a- i s bind,1
three of them at their home on Okiu-jtveiw deait-d and fenced. Will

avenue, juck iiooerison s con- u n.jn 'o :oi- a ?,( .d :,

dition is quite .-erious. It is hoped j civ-r.
that they will at an early dato recover J oti;-f.
from their sickness.

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'd'io Star
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tl-np SA LK Florida Runner pea-i
Mrs. R. O. Veal of Cotton Plant isim-i v,- 11 r.ir.iiiied for .rfl- 1!

in the city visiting at the home of hci

sister, Mrs. M. L. Reynolds.
Kleno Greme kees the teeth white

j and the gums in a healthv condition.

25 cents the tube ?,t Gerir's Drur
Store. 2-18-tf

1 BLALOCK BONTME

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ONE NIGHT

A BIG WHIRL Y GIRLY SONG SHOW

Mrs. R. S. Hall iias leturned home
from a business visit to Greensboro,
N. C Spartanburg, S. G., and other
points.
Messrs. J. T. McCollum and A. M.
Roland of Pushnell are visitors in
town today, on professional business.

em p-;- pound in a?;y quantity. An An-ti,Miy
ti,Miy An-ti,Miy I'.-iims. Anthony, I-la. 2-J-tf

Mrs. Lancaster and Miss Dorothy
Lancaster weio quests of Mr. and
Mrs. H. V. Lask at their home near
Pedro Sunday. Mis. Iask is a charm charming:
ing: charming: hostess and it is always a pleas pleas-uie
uie pleas-uie to be entertained in her home.
Mr. Lask. who purchased a large
fam near Pedro last year, is making
a wonderful success of it.

SALE A n.-wlv painted three-i
loom colt, !'.' in North Ovala. Has;
two lots, fruit tree., and well; fenced!
in. Will .-ell furnished or unfurnished j
to quick buyer. Will sell cheap. Apply j

at an(i-.-;iii'ticK iigur factory, A
Maeiiolia '-treet. 21-Ot

FOUND Gold watch Saturday by j
small boy. Same can be had by call-J
ine at this office, paying for this adJ
ar,! r. reward of some kind to the'
be. 2:5-3t

Mr. Paul Brinson has returned to
his home at Dunnellon after several
days spent in the city visiting with
friends.

Mr. Leroy Bridges, after a brief
visit at home with his parents, Mr.
and Mi T. E. Bridges, left yester yesterday
day yesterday for Gainesville, where he has a
position with the Wilson Packing Go.
of that city.

Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Bridges will re return
turn return to their home in Dawson, Ga., to tomorrow
morrow tomorrow after several weeks delight delightfully
fully delightfully spent at the homo of the for former's
mer's former's brother, Mr. T. E. Bridges.

Book By Philip Bartholomew Music By Kalman

31-PE0PLE-31

Girls
Fun
Comedy

20-SONG HITS-20

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

Seats on Sale at Court Pharmacy
Prices $1.50, 1.00, 75c, 50 Plus War Tax

EXT

FAIR GMilUN

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National Automobile and Aeroplane

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Sanction American Automobile Association

World's Fastest Professional Dirt
Track Drivers and Cars
Direct from Day tana Beach.

SPECIAL RACE OR LOCAL CARS

Quite miraculous is the recovery of
Dr. J. W. Rowntree, physicians say.
The doctor had influenza and double
pneumonia. For a week he was in a
state of delirium and for two days in
a state of coma. Only his unusually
strong heart action enabled him to
successfully combat the pneumonia.
While Dr. Rowntree's convalescence is
slow, he is gaining strength little by
little each day. He expected to sit up
for a short time today. It probably
will be a week or longer before he is
able to be at his office. Waterloo
Courier-Journal.
The many friends of Mrs. Rown Rowntree,
tree, Rowntree, formerly Miss Marie Van Engel Engel-ken
ken Engel-ken of this city, will be interested in
the recovery of her husband.

HORS1-: WANTED Want marc suit-,
i'ole for all-round work on farm, in-!
eluding buggy service. .State best cash!
P :ce. Address L. T. Milner, Belle-j
v:ew, Fla. 21-0t j
I OK RENT Furnished house, all j
improvements. L. M. Murray, Holder;

block, Ocala, Fla. 216t

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

FOR SALE Fancy hand picked Va

J( ncia peanuts, $1 per bushel. Also
floated chufa seed, S per bushel. Ap Apply
ply Apply Rittin- & Co., Ocala. 17-Ct

I OR SALE My residence at 212 Or Orange
ange Orange avenue. In good condition. Has
tr.nv looms. Suitable to accommodate
two familie-;. ( iu-ap. Less than cost.
On easy terms. Apply to Mrs. Martha
A. Williams. i:5-12t

FURNITURE, ETC. i huy and se'l
i-eeond hand furniture. Experts put it
m good conditio- before re-sellinj
Rc-j air sewing machines, lawn mow--rs.
cnamelware, etc. o. W. Hunter,
:i!2, WW South Main St. 23-tf

FJK SALE (Wood Cut to Order.)
Ro luce the high cost of keeping com com-fo;
fo; com-fo; table this winter by buying your
v.'cod ut i-ead to burn direct from the
producer, tivp-by .-aving the profits
oi the -ny wood yard. Orders filled
anywhere in the city. Rhone ?A) M. C.
P. Howell, Ocala. 20-m

Capt. H. H. Baird of the Sixth Cav Cavalry,
alry, Cavalry, and an overseas veteran, is in
the city today, visiting friends, and
taking a look at the recruiting office
here.

Mr. C. G. Barnett, a veteran sales salesman,
man, salesman, for a number of years with H.
A. Waterman, has bought Mr. Bul Bullock's
lock's Bullock's interest in the gents' furnishing
store of Walkley & Bullock. Mr. Bar Barnett
nett Barnett is a capable and popular man and
will doubtless do well with his new
business affiliation.

5 BIG EXCITING EVENTS 5

Race Between Aeroolane and
' Fastest Racing Car

Grand Stand Tickets on Sale by all Auto
and Accessory Dealers

For Further Information
See or Phone
Sect'y. N. Y. Auto Racing Ass'n. Ocala House

In spite of the threatening weather
a congenial company of Baptist wom women
en women spent yesterday afternoon with
Mrs. Walter Marsh at her cozy home
on Sanchez street. The ladies broutrht
their fancy work and while fingers
were busy and cheerful conversation
filled the hour, the darkness outside
was forgotten. The program com committee
mittee committee had arranged an "aftermath
convention," taking the most interest interesting
ing interesting events of the reeent great state
convention in Jacksonville as a sub

ject. Mrs. Peelman (Mrs. Robert!
Rogers) welcome dthe visitors, Mrs.)
Wamboldt (Mrs. Paul Durand) gave!
the annual address, Mrs. Xeel of!
Georgia, (Miss Robertson) was the
guest of honor, "The Value of Wom-j
an's Work" was emphasized bv DrJ
Rogers (Mrs. Walter Marsh). Mrs. W.
T. Gary spoke for the executive com-'
mittee and a full an interesting dis-j
cussion of the recommendations of!
this body followed in wTiieh all tooki
part. Mrs. Marsh, who is always a:
gracious hostess, served hot tea a la j
Russe and oatmeal cookies. "Thee!
social meetings of the women of the,
Baptist church are held twiot- a;
month and offer an excellent occasion!
for the women to know and love each '.
other better. j

I-OR SALE At a sacrifice, six-room
house; bath and sleeping porch; on
M. Magnolia shot, Magnolia Heights.
Al solutely unimcumbered; $1000 in insurance
surance insurance paid up to Nov. 1;)21. Price
Ocala, or write P. D. Odcll, Andrews,
S. C. f)-.10t

HUNTER'S AUTO EXCHANGE

TOPS New, covered, patched and coated with a
patent wax paste that makes old tops absolutely
-vater proof.
PAINTING Autos painted, striped and finished
mi 1'pst of material.
UPHOLSTERING We are prepared to ive you
satisfactory service in upholstering backs, seats
or cushions.
TIRES, TUBES, GAS and OILS
Let us repair, paint and upholster your car,
so you can enjoy it yourself, or sell to an
advantage.
AUTOS BOUGHT, SOLD and REPAIRED

J. W. HUNTE

iPtflBa SOUTI1 MAGNOLIA STREET ?lo?iriil
L,CfiCa f; r i) METROPOLITAN THEATER It md

WINDSOR MOTEL

J A CK SON VILLE, FLORIDA
In the heart of the city with Iiemrning Park for a front yard.
Every modern convenience in each room. Dining room service is
r i coiul to non

ROBERT M. MEYER,
Manager.

J. E. K A VAN AUGII
Proprietor.

mem

LOST Bui ch of keys between po.st po.st-oHiceand
oHiceand po.st-oHiceand my shoj. Finder return to
IT. A. Davie:?. 20-tf

FOR SALE Our seeds are carefully
selected and t'VL 'd for Florida. Send
for oar special jjrice li.-t fr farmers!

and paidners. Manti-IIodcre Seed Co., j

Palatka, Fin.

1-27-lm i

IIADSOCK'S WOOD YARD Phone i

yotu orders to Smoak's shop. Phone
2-m

i II SALE Rent or exchange, five-j
lcfivi house; lirts class condition. Lot!
0 x 105, North Ocala. Cash or time.!
Address Box 421, Ocala, or Star of-i

fice,

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WHaTls

Negotiable Storage Receipts Issued

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MOVE, PACK, SHIP
Li V E STOCK,
PIANOS, BAGGAGE,
MACHINERY,

m FURNITURE, ETC.

on Cctton, Automobiles, Etc
LONG DISTANCE MOVING
FMoiue 296

FOR SALE A -ood all aiound farmj""

;irr 1 ucy r.oi-e. Pric reasonable.)

Aidn ss II. I Warner, box 2 Or;

Fla. H

S Advertise and get Results

A TT

AUTOMOBILE

OWNEMS

OR. CLIFFORD U. AVER
Has gone north to take a post-j
graduate course. He will not be in!

his office before March 7th. 5-m

If you ore interested in Franklin Motor Cars you now are given the oppor opportunity
tunity opportunity to save on immediate delivery or a demonstration at your convenience
by calling Palatka 299 or writing box -189 Palatka Fla.
VVe are authorized distrubitors for Ocala and will be pleased to call on you
and prove the merits of this car.

J.

BAR

Corner
Lemon and First Streets

PALATKA, FLA,

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