The Ocala evening star

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Title:
The Ocala evening star
Uniform Title:
Ocala Evening Star
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Evening star
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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Weather Forecast: Fair and colder
toright; frost tonight, killing in ex- ;
treme north portion, light to heavy in
central; Thursday fair and colder.
OCALA, FLORIDA, WEDNKSDAY, IKIililAKY Vk IU20.
VOL 2(5, NO. IS

PRESIDENT
APPOINTED A
. PROGRESSIVE

Huinhridge Colby, One of Roosevelt's
Friends, Will Succeed Robert
Lansing
(Associated Press)
Washington, Feb. 25. Liainbridge
Colby of New York, who was one of
the leadeis in the progressive party
under Roosevelt, will succeed Robert
Lansing as secretary of state. An Announcement
nouncement Announcement of his selection by the
president was made today at the
White House.
Mr. Colby's selection carpe as a
surprise, most officials assuming that
Frank L. Polk, acting secretary
would be the president's choice. The
111 st inkling that the president was to
appoint some one outside the official
family came when Mr. Colby visited
the White House early today, with
Raymond Baker, director of the mint.
Mr. Colby was taken to see the presi presi-dtnt
dtnt presi-dtnt and a few minutes later formal
announcement of his selection made
made. His nomination is expected to
be sent to the Senate within a day or
two
CRANE GOES TO CHINA
Charles R. Crane of Chicago, busi business
ness business man, millionaire and world trav traveler,
eler, traveler, who was appointed minister to
China by President Taft in 1909, and
recalled on the way to Peking for
"talking too much," has been selected
by President Wilson for the same post
to ucceed Dr. Paul Reinsch.
GREASERS HAVE ANOTHER
AMERICAN
Barry Ilogarty. an American citi citizen,
zen, citizen, kidnapped by Mexicans at Mati Mati-mi,
mi, Mati-mi, Durango, is being held for ran ransom,
som, ransom, according to information to the
t-tate department today.
SOLI) FOR BENEFIT OF
CRIPPLED SOLDIERS
There is a very pretty electric lamp
or exhibition at the Court Pharmacy.
Its body is made from the case of a
75-Mm. gas shell, and the .shade is an
imitation of the trench helmet worn
by American soldiers during the war.
The lamp is one of many being sold
for the benefit of crippled soldiers.
The government has a big factory at!
Jersey City, in which it has turned
over an entire room to-men disabled
during the war. It also furnishes
them with sheli cases and other ma materials,
terials, materials, and they make souvenirs, the
proceeds from the sale of which go to
them and the other boys who will car carry
ry carry marks of the great conflict to their
graves. There are 221 men employed
in this room, many of whom lost one
or more limbs or eyesight in battle.
This lamp is one of the prettiest of
the souvenirs, and to be appreciated
must be seen.
Mess Sergeant W. L. Gray, of the
tank corps, is in the city looking after
the sale of. the lamp. See him or the
people at the drug store for particu particulars,
lars, particulars, and don't forget to take a look
at the lamp.
Klenzo Creme keeps the teeth white
and the gums in a healthy condition.
25 cents the tube r.t Gerig's Drug
Store. 2-18-tf
T L-J .-,:.
The Optometrist ex-
Shcx amines the eve by the
4Ty- most scientific method,
sec using NO DRUGS what what-".W&v
".W&v what-".W&v ever. Assuring you no
discomfort or danger to your eyes.
DR. K. J. WEIHE,
Optometrist and Optician.
Eyesight Specialist
A BARGAIN
18 ROOM HOUSE
FOR SALE
To Close Out Estate
Located on quarter-acre
lot one block from Postoffice,
cheap at $3000. Price will
be reduced $10 per day until
sold.
PRICE TODAY $2690
It interested see me at once
FRANK W. DITTO
Real Estate
Ocala, Fla.

PUTS IT UP TO
' POLITICIANS

Craven-Hearted Congressmen Leave
Universal Training to the
National Conventions
(Associated Press)
Washington, Feb. 25. Universal
military training as an issue in the
coming campaign will be left for defi definition
nition definition to the national conventions in
the opinion today of House leaders,
following an agreement last night by
Chairman Kahn, of the House mili military
tary military committee, for the elimination of
the training proposal from the army
reorganization bill. The agreement
provides that universal military train training
ing training be taken up as a separate piece
of legislation at the next session of
Congress in December.
ASK WILSON TO VETO IT
Railroad labor decided last night to
ask President Wilson to veto the rail railroad
road railroad reorganization bill.
In the memorial to be submitted to today
day today the representatives of the two
million union workers will request the
president to withhold his signature
from the measure until they can pre present
sent present a brief of their reasons why it
should not have executive approval:
Announcement of the union's decision
was made by B. M. Jewell, acting
president of the railway employes de department,
partment, department, American Federation of
Labor.
MUCH SICKNESS IN MEXICO
The Number of Influenza Cas?s in the
Capital is Several Hundred
Thousand
Mexico City, Feb. 25. Schools and
all public gatherings here have been
suspended indefinitely on account of
the influenza epidemic. Estimates of
the number of cases in Mexico City
run as high as several hundred thou thousand.
sand. thousand. AUSTRALIA'S ARGUMENT
Sydney, Australia, Jan. 2G. Aus Australia's
tralia's Australia's claim to the .right to have one
vote in the council of the league of na nations
tions nations was defended by Sir Joseph
Cook, minister of the navy, who was
a delegate to the peace conference, in
a recent speech here. Commenting on
the attitude of a section of the United
States Senate toward the league, he
said:
"America is making objection to
clause X in the league's charter. The
objection is political from first to last.
I believe that when the presidential
election is over all objection will end."
On the question of Austrialian repre representation
sentation representation in the council of the league,
Sir Joseph said:
"The Americans led by Senator
Lodge say that the British Empire
should have only one vote. Senator
Lodge's party objects to the empire
having five or six times the voting
power of the United States. It is not a
fair statement. All the other states
in America have one vote."
Sir Joseph enumerated under this
head Bolivia, Brazil, Cuba, Ecuador,
Guatemala, Honduras, Liberia, Haiti,
Nicaragua, Panama, Peru and Urug
uay, and pointed out that the popula
tion of these countries were largely
Indian or negro. 'The South Ameri American
can American states," he continued, "have twelve
votes. How do the British dominions
stand? New Zealand, Canada, Aus Australia,
tralia, Australia, South Africa, India each has
only one vote.
"Australia's sacrifices in the war
60,000 dead were greater than Am America's,
erica's, America's, and all died in an effort to
make America safe. America was for
three or four years out of the war
while Australia was helping to keep
her free.
"It has been said there is no force
by Which to carry out the treaty.
There is the force in the background,
and other things the penalty of
ostracism and boycott. No nation, un unless
less unless it can conquer the world, can
ignore these penalties."
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NVESTGATON

OF ERZBERGER
Germany's Minister of Finance has
Resigned Under a CIdud of
Suspicion
f Associated Press)
Berlin, Feb. 25 Mathias Erzberger
last night resigned as minister of
finance, basing his action upon a de de-she
she de-she to have the investigation of his
alleged falsified tax returns pressed
without prejudice or consideraiton for
his official position. While an official
announcement assigns this as the rea rea-sor.
sor. rea-sor. for his retirement, the alleged
motive is eclipsed by the character of
evidence which Dr. Karl Helfferich,
former vice chancellor, succeeded in i
piling up against Erzberger during
the last two days of the latter's libel
suil against him. Under Secretary of
State Mossle has been selected to suc succeed
ceed succeed Erzberger.
SOVIET IN ITALY
London, Feb. 25. Workers at Pieve
di Soligo, Italy, have seized municipal
buildings and proclaimed a soviet
government, according to a Central
News Rome dispatch. In the fighting
between workers and troops many per persons
sons persons were wounded.
PEOPLE ARE HUNGRY
Berlin, Feb. 25. Food riots are re reported
ported reported at Ludwingshaven. Mobs are
said to have plundered the shops. A
number of arrests were made, accord according
ing according to advices received here.
ASQUITH ELECTED
London, Feb. 25. Former Premier
Asquith was elected to parliament
from the Paisley constituency in the
recetn election. Announcement of the
result was made today.
REPLY RECEIVED
London, Feb. 25. President Wil Wilson's
son's Wilson's reply to the allied note on the
Adriatic situation reached London to today
day today and was delivered to the allied
supreme council.
RUMANIANS TOO ROUGH
Paris, Feb. 25. The ambassadorial
council decided today to refer to the
respective governments the appeal of
the interallied military commission to
Hungary for intervention in favor of
Hungarians seized by Rumanian mili military
tary military authorities and condemned to
death.
ATTEMPT TO BUMP ALEX OFF
London, Feb. 25. An attempt has
been made to assassinate Prince Re Regent
gent Regent Alexander of Serbia and Premier
Protitch, according to a Triest dis dispatch
patch dispatch to the Giornale DTtalia. for forwarded
warded forwarded by the Central News' Rome
correspondent. The prince and pre premier
mier premier were both wounded, the report
declares.
AGAIN TRYING TO PLEASE THE
IRISH
Lo'ndon, Feb. 25 The government's
bill for Irish home rule was presented
in the house of commons today. The
measure immediately received its first
reading.
W. C. T. U. MEETING
The February meeting of the W. C.
T. U. was held at the Presbyterian
church yesterday afternoon.
In the absence of the president, Mrs.
G. V. Martin, vice president, had
charge. The meeting was opened by
reading the loth Psalm, the "good cit citizen"
izen" citizen" Psalm. After prayer, reports
were heard from various officers. A
remittance to the jubilee fund and
other bills were ordered paid. The
address of Mrs. Lula Shepard on the
"Menace of Mormonism," under the
auspices of the National Reform As
sociation, was fully endorsed by the
Ocala union. The Willard memorial
had special mention. The Union Sig
nal was presented by the agent and a
strong plea was made for new mem
bers. The district president asked for
greater co-operation in organizing
more unions. There was a talk on
flower missio nwork and prayer was
made for those of the union who are
ill.
The Star was unanimously com
mended for the strong editorials pub
lished recently against the illegal
selling of liquor in our community and
for its firm stand for law and order
enforcement.
After a reading or two, meeting ad
journed. Corresponding Secretary.
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
If you want a Kodak or Kodak
films, remember Gerig's Drug Store
is the only place in Ocala where you
can buy them. "If it isn't an East-
rhan, it isn't a kodak." 2-18-tf

RON COUNT' A
FALSE ALARM

Major Dairy mple Must Hae Been
Seeing Things When He Said
People Had Mutinied
(Associated ,1'rcss)
Washington, Feb. 25. An investi investigation
gation investigation of the prohibition controversy
in lion county, Mich., will be made
by the bureal of internal revenue.
Commissioner Roper announced today.
A deputy commissioner will leave to to-noght
noght to-noght foi Grand Rapids and Iron
River city to take up with the au authorities
thorities authorities there the controversy which
led District Prohibition Commissioner
Dalrymple at Chicago to declare the j
county in open tevoit.
COUNTY COMMISSIONERS
Another Bond Election Ordered, to be j
Held on the 20th of April
The board of county commissioners
met Feb. 20, pursuant to call of the
es, Meffert, Hutchins, Talton and
Dp.vis present. j
The chairman .stated that the pur- j
pose of this meeting was to confer
with the good roads advisory commit-!
tee, and Mr. T. T. Munroe chairman I
of said committee being reported sick, 1
Mr. A. C. Blowers, a member of said I
and presented the recommendation of
said committee concerning the calling
of a bond election and discussed same.
The board desiring, if possible, that
Marion county receive the benefit of
the 250,000 on the Dixie Highway
from the Alachua county line to the
Lnke cou ity line and $."J0,000 on state
aid road No. from the Levy county
lire to ti Citrus county line, through
the west, in portion of Marion county,
offered i.y the state provided it is
sfppleme ited by county funds, and
that saiii above roads be constructed
under sj cifications of, and all funds
to be bar. lied under the supervision of
the state load department.
Mr. .). Talton, a member of said
board, in rod tired the following reso resolution
lution resolution an'l moved its adoption:
Wheitrn, the hoard of county com commissioner.
missioner. commissioner. nf Mnion county, Florida,
dec in it t :pedie,,t to the be st interest
of said unty to issue th county
bonds of Marion county, Florida, for
the purp'.se of constructing paved,
macadam ied or other hard surfaced
highways, now, therefore, be it
Resolved, that this board docs here hereby
by hereby determine by this resolution to be
entered in the minutes of said board,
that the amounts of bonds required for
the purpose above mentioned is the
sum of live hundred sixty thousand
(;jGO,000) dollars; that the rate of
interest to be paid thereon is five per j
centum per annum from the date of
said bonds, payable semi-annually, the
f'ist interest payment being due six
months after the date of said bonds;
that the said bonds shall be dated
July 1st, 1920, and be in the denomi
nation of one thousand dollars each,
and shall become due and payable as
follows:
140 of said bonds shall be due and
payable live years from their date;
200 of said bonds shall be due and
payable ten years fiom their date;
220 of said bonds shall be due and
payable fifteen years from their date.
Mr. J. W. Davis, a member of said
board, seconded the motion to adopt
said resolution, which motion was
unanimously carried, and said resolu
tion declared duly adopted.
Thereupon J. A. Talton, a member
of said board, introduced the follow
ing resolution, which was unanimous
ly adopted.
Resolved, that an election be and the
same is hereby ordered held in Mar Marion
ion Marion county, Florida, at which the
question .-hall be submitted to the
lcal voters of said county whether or
not the bonds described in the forego foregoing
ing foregoing resolution of this board this day
adopted shall be issued; that the 20th
day of April, 1J2(J, is hereby designat
ed as the day for the holding of said
election, which shall be held at the
several voting places in said county
where the last general election was
held; and,
Resolved, further, that not less
than four weeks' notice of said elec election
tion election be published in the several news newspapers
papers newspapers oi" said county, in the manner
prescribed by law.
The ooard referred the matter of
repairs v court house roof to Com Commissioner
missioner Commissioner Metfert.
Theie i.eing no further business the
boa id uojourned.
O. H. Rogers, Chairman.
Attest: P. H. Nugent, Clerk, by T.
D. Lancaster Jr., Deputy.
R. A. M. CHAPTER No. 13
Regular convocations of the Ocala
Chapter No. i-i R. A. M., on the fourth
Fridav in --v month at 8 p. m.
' 11. S. Wesson, H. P.
J. ke Brown, Secretary.

ANOTHER BOND
ELECTION CALLED

A Large Attendance at Tomorrow
Night's Board of Trade Meet Meet-ing
ing Meet-ing is Urged
The members of the Marion County
Board of Trade at the regular month monthly
ly monthly meeting tomorrow night at eight
o'clock, will be asked to decide in what
way the otganization shall get behind
the new bond issue for good roads
cai'ed yesterday by the board of coun coun-t
t coun-t commissioners for April 20. The
bond issue as proposed by the county
commissioners will be a county-wide
bond issue for 560,000. Only two
roads will be built, state road No. 2,
bttter known as the Dixie Highway,
and state road No. 5, in the western
part of the county from Romeo to
Dunnellon, Marion county's link of the
road for which Levy county has re recently
cently recently bonded for $100,000.
The two loads decided upon by the
county commissioners to be built with
the proposed bond issue will be con-
stiujcted entirely under the supervis-i
iom of the state road department,
which in turn is subject to the direc direction
tion direction of the federal road department.
On state road No. 2, the county will
get $250,000 of state and federal aid,
making a total of $750,000 to be spent
on this road. On state road No. 5,
the county will get $30,000 state and
federal aid, making a total spent on
this road of $90,000. The greatest
need of Marion county today is good
roads, and there should be a large at attendance
tendance attendance at tomorrow night's meeting
of'the Board of Trade for the purpose
of deciding on ways and means to get
behind the proposed bond issue. The
members of the Board of Trade will
also be asked to consider the Town Town-send
send Town-send bill now before Congress provid providing
ing providing for a system of national high highways.
ways. highways. il IS LIKELY TO BE EXCITING
Editor Star: I have just read in
yesterday's issue of the Star that the
hist thrill of real automobile racing
will take place at the fair grounds on
Saturday next.
This announcement, within itself is;
enough to create the first thrill, in the
minds of those who are in the least
familiar with the construction of a
track suitable for such high speed as
the se racers are capable of making.
in the construction of the Ocala
tr;ck the plans only provided for
something like a three-minute gait,
such, as your plug and mine could
make, and which was in advance of
the first automobile to our town, and
since which time the elevations on
the curves have gradually decreased,
until a four-minute gait would likely
represent its capacity at present.
During the races at the Tampa fair
the past week and on a track that ha3
an elevation greatly in excess of the
Ocala track, the cars would often
skid near to the outer rail, with cas casings
ings casings forced from the wheels, flyhtg
heie and there, compelling the driv drivers
ers drivers to retire from the race.
1 have not learned with what suc success
cess success the New York Racing Association
was attended in the meet on the
Gainesville track, and which was built
very near along the same lines as the
Ocala track, but have learned that the
smne has been re-surfaced and re re-stoied
stoied re-stoied to its original elevation.
Ii" you attend the races and these
daredevils insist on making it from
'.. to 100 miles per, I would advise
that you do not take a position on the
outside of the curves. Rather make
it a tree ton like some of our cullud
brethren; and ye middle-aged hold
d'iwn your hair, for the thrills are
likelv to occur. Jas. R. Moorhead.
HARRINGTON HALL ARRIVALS
P. J. Burges, Tampa; C. R. Barrett,
Chattanooga; Louis Atz and son, New Newark,
ark, Newark, N. J.; Miss Helen Griggs, Pat Patterson,
terson, Patterson, N. J.; J. Upchurch, Jackson Jacksonville;
ville; Jacksonville; J. S. Conway, New York; C. A.
Stanfield, Columbia, S. C; R. H. Nib Nib-lack,
lack, Nib-lack, Atlanta; LaVergn Blue, Live
Oik; J. Shreve Durham, Chicago; C.
Gienworth and wife. Philadelphia; I.
C. Minick, Jacksonville; H. C. Gut Gut-gesel,
gesel, Gut-gesel, New York; V. McCabe and
wife, Versailles, Ky.; R. W. Tankers Tankers-ley
ley Tankers-ley M. H. Baxley, Gainesville; L. M.
Tefton, H. H. North and wife, K. K.
Ward. Versailles, Ky.; B. H. Hopkins
and wife, Jacksonville; W. J. White,
Georgia; R. W. Woodruff and wife,
Atlanta; W. B. Delaport. Tampa; G.
R. Williams, Jacksonville; L. C. Pon Ponder,
der, Ponder, Orlando; W. Grice, Dupont, Ga.;
C. A. Rowland and wife, Athens, Ga.;
I J. D. Shackon, New York; Will H.
Good, Tiffin, 0.; Chas. V. Miller, Tam Tampa:
pa: Tampa: J. J. Harris, Dunnellon; Charles
Maywald, Tampa; Sam Klein, Tampa;
W. E. McKay, Coleman; G. G. Nich Nichols,
ols, Nichols, Tampa; A. S. Morgan, Jackson-
J viil; E. C. Moore.
Stop! Have you tried Federal Bread,
the "best bread in the world." 20-tf

PRESIDENT ADAMS
DEFINES ROTARY

Dinner of the Ocala Club Friday Eve Evening
ning Evening Will be at Seven-Thirty
Instead of Eight
The "All Rotary" dinner which the,
Ocala Rotarians will have Friday
night, in the dining room of the new
Masonic home, will be held at 7:30
o'clock instead of 8 o'clock. The din dinner
ner dinner which will include a program and
celebration of the 15th anniversary of
the founding of Rotary, promises to
be one of the most enjoyable occasions
that the local club has had.
As the Ocala Rotary Club is one of
the baby clubs, and as Rotary is new
in Ocala, the following definition by
Albert S. Adams, of Atlanta, presi president
dent president of the International Association
of Rotary Clubs, and written espec especially
ially especially for the Rotary week celebration,
will be of general interest:
"What is Rotary? It is just an ac active
tive active everyday influence something
that can be taken into the office or
shop or factory and that impels a
man who has become a Rotarian to
greet his employes with a smile and
a cheery 'good morning' something
he can take home to the wife and .kids,
something that makes him more con considerate
siderate considerate to everyone with whom he
comes in contact.
"It is an influence that is bringing
men 'out of the shadows and making
them unashamed to tell the other fel fellow
low fellow how they value his friendship to
go to him in his troubles with help
and encouragement to rejoice with
him in his success and to cry openly
in their sympathy and love when the
shadows fall about him.
"It has reminded men, full grown
and successful, how to play again
for as Elbert Hubbard has said, 'Ro 'Rotary
tary 'Rotary is to help others and to make
two laughs grow where but one
grouch grew before.'
"It is making men realize that the
boy 'is the stuff out of which men are
made' and that 'it is better to put op
a hand rail and save the boy than to
run a dead wagon for fallen men.'
"Its influence is teaching men that
the using and not the making of mon money
ey money is the real joy in life and that
every man owes a civic debt to the
town in which he lives which can only
be paid by giving of himself to every
civic undertaking.
"It is making men see that the
Golden Rule is not only the best pol policy,
icy, policy, but the only policy in business;
and that there is something finer in
business than mere profits or ma material
terial material success.
"It has taught us that there is a
vast difference between 'succeeding'
and 'winning.' To win some must
lose. But we can all succeed and at
the same time help others up the lad ladder
der ladder of success with us.
"It is making men recognize that
'business' when honorably conducted,
and the making of money, when it is
properly used, are the things that are
making the world a better place in
which to live.
"Rotary's influence touches men of
all ages, of all kinds, of all stations in
life, of many occupations and profes professions.
sions. professions. It makes them all seek for the
ideal of service, binding them to together
gether together in an association devoted to
'organized unselfishness,' and filled
with the Rotary spirit that believes in
and practices:
"Red roses for the living and hand handclasps
clasps handclasps warm and true,
A heart that's tuned to glvfng, and
strength to dare and do;
The sound of honest laughter, the joy
of honest toil
For those who follow after, to leave a
finer soil.
All this has been and ever will be the
Rotary plan,
A man's sincere endeavor to serve his
fellow-men."
T
IWdver & MacKay
UNDERTAKERS and EMB AIMERS
PHONES 47. 194. MS
OCALA. FLORIDA
L. ALEXANDER
PRACTICAL CARPENTER
AND BUILDER
Careful Estimates matfe on all Con
tract work. Gives Mora and Better
Work for the Money than any other
contractor in the city.

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V EVENING STAR. WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 25, 1920

DC A LA EVEIIIIIIi STAR

Publlahed Every Day Except Sunday by

STAR PUBLISHING COMPANY,
OF OCA LA, FLA.

R. R. Carroll, President

V. Leareogood, Seeretary-Treanurer

J. H. Ilenjamln, Editor

Entered at Ocala, Fla., postofflce as

second-class matter.

state and federal government will pay

I the county fifty per cent interest on

the amount that is, tor the $obU,uuu (
vfitfd bv the county, they will grive :

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$280,000 to help complete the roaas. ;
Thi? is a very advantageous proposi-

tion, and our county can't afford to

turn it down. With these two roads

built and turned over to the state to j
keep in repair, we can use our county

money on roads to Mornston, u range

Snrinirs and Dallas, to link up wun

the important highways of Levy, Put Putnam
nam Putnam and Sumter.

TELEI'HO.VES

ItuninewM Of flee Five-One

Editorial Department Two-Seven

Society Reporter Fire-One

MEM HE it ASSOCIATED PRESS

The Associated Press Is exclusively

gone

When the railroad bill has

thru Congress by such big majorities

in both houses, the average citizen
can't help wondering why the railroad

men are such poor sports as to asr-

The Associated Press is exclusively Wilson to veto it. The vote m
entitled for the use for republication of Mr. wuboii w ,uk
all news dispatches credited to it or Congress indicates that an overwneim overwneim-not
not overwneim-not otherwise credited in this paper and ma;oritv of the people favor the

also uih local news puuusneu ul biu. - i.v-

bill. We iear tnat urgaiiiu

thinks it should have a monopoly on

the rights of man.

A few weeks ago, we were reading

about the German workingmen volun

tarily asking a ten-hour working day,
in order to the more swiftly rehabili-

"LOVE KISS" CORRECTION
A typographical trior In ih? iYm !-
theatei wi tu-.ii:ent -te: ia J roau roau-it
it roau-it appear that the road show, I he
Ii)e Kis.-," would uppt-ur ;; the 7th
of March. hen it .-.ru.uhi hu.e rud
Monday, March lt.
OCALA LODGE .NU. 26, B. V. O. E.
Ocala Lodge No. Benevolent
and Protective Order of Elks, meets
the second and four Tuesday eve

nings of each month. Visiting breth brethren
ren brethren ahvay- welcome. Lodge rooms
upstairs over Troxlers ami the Bo-jk
Shop, 11 : Main street.
J. II. Spencer, E. R.

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FIRE

A. E. GERIG
INSURANCE
Ocaln, Florida

ACCIDENT AUTOMOBILE

PYLES & PERKINS CO.
(Successors to E. C. Jordan & Co.)
Funeral Directors and Embalmers
Cull Answered Promptly, Day or Night
Motor Equipment
117 East Oklawaha Avenue
PHONE -,:: RESIDENCE PHONE 225

All rit'hta of republication of special

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ulspatcnfes nerein are aisu resei vet.
DOMESTIC SUBSCRIPTION RATES

One year, in advance
Mlv mnnlha In artvanpe 3.00

Three months, in advance 1.50
One .mnnth. In advance 0

4llVRnTISI.r; RATES

... tte the fatherland. Now we read

DiMplay riate ii cenis per iuc u: Atmnn 1

consecutive insertions. AJieruaie iuwi- mat iusrwe na w i.ow
tions 25 per cent additional. Compost- hours. We daresay
tion charges on ads. that run less than 10. a aay oi

SIX limes ceilLS pci nii.ii. I uciman w C5 1
position 20 per cent additional. Rtes workinffman of other lands, is a corn corn-based
based corn-based on 4-inch minimum. Less than worKingman

four inches will take higher rate, piex p rsonage.

which will De turnisneu upuu

- 11,0 fnr I itaiVia rioxr wa caw an ex-maior.

Uf HUIDK .lOlll'ei w tenia ci jw.it vf 1 luvnti vt j -J
first Insertion; 3 cents per line for each GX.buck and a captain without any
subsequent Insertion, 0- chtaga CTn "L a o.nc.

week allowed on readers wunoui extra, i ex, an sitting lugcmci v-....t,
I 1 l I . .1 ,1 r

inmnnaftinn phflrAH.

Legal advertisements at legal rates

A.VXOUXCEME.NT OF RATES

FOR CAMPAIGN ADVERTISING

ino- reminiscences of the days not so

long ago when a few inches of only

rpnsonablv thick air was all between

them and death. Yet some folks think

this country is threatened with mili-

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RAILROAD SCHEDULES
Arrival and Departure of passenger
rains at OCALA UNION STATION
The following schedule figures pub-

.-hed as information and not guar guar-rteed.
rteed. guar-rteed. (Eastern Standard Time)
SEABOARD AIR LIME RAILROAD

i ll E CREAT HOI SI HOLD REMEDY
The Stainless Salve

Leave
J:15 am
I :Cf pm
l:Gf pm

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

l!:li) am
2:K am

1:50 pm

2:15 am
3:85 pm

1:35 pm

for me coming ueniuuiitLiy Iq.;ctti
ramnaic-n th followine rates will be lan&iu.

charged for announcements, not to ex

c'd w?ntX "ne!U. k. riaJ iro0fOr.r, Tw has voted 2400.000 for

vveeKiy oiar r ui wcuiuci w. itaio- .jukvv-.
lature, member of school board mem- it Dart Qf e great highway running
ber of board of county commissioners, f nfwinA via Dunnellon

county surveyor, registration umcei, swum j44.v...
constable and justice of the peace, $5.ffl Tamna. If Marion county doesn t

For sheriff, tax collector, tax assessor, a aT1 n tn-date road
.... j j n..n.iriant nf vfitp mnnev lor an UD-io-udie i uau

county juuge, cuuiiljc suiienuvcuucm, -1 rf 1
public instruction, and all state offices, I thru it from north to south, it will be
. x.. v sidetracked. If a section of Levy can

Ur-'nil v StaT """" ?400,000 for a road, surely Mar-

Announcements under this rate are to ion can pay $500,000.
mrv frnm rlatfnf insertion until date of I

SrflorSsertion will be charged FOR COUNTY SUPERINTENDENT

at the regular commercial rates.

To the PeoDle of Marion County:

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hut. T hevebv announce as a canaiaate

just think how much the tobacco user for the office of superintendent ot

helps the government out. putnc instruction oi iaiiu

jjj ioriaa. i win greaw api clio j
the camnaien and

Wc Olice ueai u Ul a v;jw ina v TTwui.ui oujji w ---o
t.fnll nf rich milk, and vour vote in the June primary. 1

then kick it over. Somehow, Brom- pledge my whole interest and energy

ides Felkel reminds us of that bovine, to the scnoois oi xne couniy.
W. D. Cam.

It's useless now to talk about mak making
ing making the league of nations a campaign
:-.-. .s T4- will V mivar) with en mnnv

JOOUC XV VTlll fcVi IHiAVU w i
for Annointment Of

a man be elected or defeated on that Cadets and Cadet Engineers
particular policy or not. U. S. Coast Guard Headquarters,
1 Washington, Feb. 10th, 1920.
If Mr. Wilson wants to do civiliza- An exceptional opportunity is pre-
tin snme real cood. let him auit beef- sented for young men of the right

ing about Fiume and demand that the calibre to complete their education
Turk be driven out of Europe. He and receive special training at gov gov-wnnlrl
wnnlrl gov-wnnlrl nrnhahlv accomplish something, eminent exnense and to become com-

and something: worth while. missioned officers in one of the mili-

Columbus, Ga.: "I ran hiphly recom recommend
mend recommend An -.trie to all persons suiTcrinjr with
rheumatisni and kidney troubles. For a
number of yoar3 I suffered with rheumatic
pains; also the kidney secretion showed a
brick-colored sediment and 1 was distur!ed
many times dtirins the night. I alo had
continuous backache. 1 had so little rest
at night and much pain ami misery that
life was becoming ur.endur;hle. Then I
learned of Dr. Pier's Anurir; Tablets and
bought a bottle. The first few doses gave
me more relief and comfort than I had
known in years and Ix foro I had finished
that first lottle the backache ajid rheuma rheumatism
tism rheumatism had disappeared and th kidney :-errc-tion
cleared, as if by mrzi. 1 w-.'.s able to
rest? letter at night and iue teemed worth
while once more. That was a year aco and
my kidneys are still in a normal and healthy
condition. I do not .' "o any distress with
my b.adder nor any syn rom of kidney ail ailment.
ment. ailment. 1 have the hignest praise for Dr.
Pierce's Anuric Tablets as well as for Dr.
Pierce's Pleasant Pellets, which I took for
the liver while taking the kidney medicine."
MRS. M. E. ROGERS, 3009 Second Ave.
Killed hy Poisons
Ail AimUt nfiee thfit toisonoiis nro-

flucts in the blood are eliminated by the
kidneys and liver. The kidneys act as a
kind of filter i'or the-e products. When the
kidneys are changed or degenerated, by dis disease
ease disease or old age, then these poisons are retain retained
ed retained in the tdy. Dr. Pierre of the Invalids
Hotel, Buffalo, N. Y., says t hit youhould
drink plenty of water to l!uh ;!." kidmys.
Then procure Anuric. T! Amine drives
the uric acid out. Scientific m. n i.iw 1 tined
that in putt, aU i. M'rs'isci, poisonous
uric acid crystal .-u-e .- ; iifd in or about
he joints, in tti..- iuu. K. n.-r inilatumM. inilatumM.-ion
ion inilatumM.-ion is et up.

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1:45 pm J'ksonville-Ga'nsville 3:35 pm
G :42 am J'ksonville-G'nesvile 10:13 pm
3:lSam St.Pet'sbrg-Lakeland 2:12am
3:35 pm St.Pet'sbrg-Lakeland 1:25 pm
7:10 am Dunnellon-Wilcox
:25 am Dun'ellon-L'kelnd 11:03 pm
3:25 pm Homosassa 1:30 pm
10:13 pm Leesburg 6:42 am
4:45 pm Gainesville 11:50 am
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The neonle of Mcintosh last week

lost an excellent citizen by the death
of Mr. J. A. Flewellen, who had dwelt
arnone them for many years. The

high esteem in which he was held was
proven by the large attendance at his

funprai and the sadness felt at his

passing by his friends.

As will be seen by the notification

elsewhere, the board of county com

missioners has ordered for April 20 an

election, in which the voters of the
countv will decide whether or no they

will bond for $560,000 to build Mar

ion county sections of the Dixie High

way, and the state road from .Levy to
Citrus. The Star is very much in
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the people will vote the money. The

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BLAL0CK BROS.
Phone. 78, 107 Oklawaha Ave.

tary services of the United btates.

The U. S. Coast Guard announces

a competitive examination, commenc

ing April 5, 1920, for appointment oi
cadets and cadet engineers.
Acre limits: For appointment as

cadet, 18 to 24; for appointment as

cadet engineer, 20 to Zb.

Cadets and cadet engineers are

trained to become commissioned of officers
ficers officers of the coast guard at the Coast
Guard Academy at New London,

Conn. The reeular course for cadets

covers three years, and that for cadet

engineers covers one year.
Each summer the students are
taken on an extended practice cruise.

These cruises have included visits to

ports on the Atlantic coast and in the

West Indies, and to the canal zone,

and visits to European ports when

conditions permitted.

Cadets receive the same pay and

allowances as midshipmen of the navy

($600 per annum and one ration per

day). Cadet engineers receive $75
ner month and one ration per day.

Unon graduation from the academy

a cadet is commissioned by the presi

dent as a third lieutenant m the coast
guard. A cadet engineer, upon grad graduation,
uation, graduation, is commissioned by the presi

dent as a third lieutenant of engi engineers
neers engineers in the coast guard. Commis Commissioned
sioned Commissioned officers of the coast guard hold

relative rank with omcers oi tne
army and navy.

The examination is strictly compe competitive;
titive; competitive; appointments are made strict strictly
ly strictly on merit.
Everv effort will be made to hold

examinations at points convenient for
candidates. The examination for
cadets may be expected to take four

days, and that for cadet engineers hve
days.
The opportunity this year is partic particularly
ularly particularly favorable because it is hoped
that an exceptionally large number of
cadets and cadet engineers will be ap appointed.
pointed. appointed. Write to Commandant, U. S. Coast
Guard, Washington, D. C, and you
wilJ be sent a circular giving full in information
formation information about the examination. You
may also obtain, upon request, any
special information desired about the
Coast Guard Academy or the service.

By direction of the commandant.
H. G. Hamlet,
Captain, U. S. Coast Guard.
MRS. SARA JANE MANLY

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Building 30x3,30x31 and 31x44nch Tires

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

All customers of Federal Bread are
satisfied customers. Ask them. tf

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high relative value in Goodyear Tires that
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OCALA EVENING STAR, WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 25. 1920

HAVE YOUR MOTOR WASHED
FREE!

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.
THIS OFFER IS FOR TEN DAYS
ONLY
AUTO SALES CO,
Mack Taylor

QCALA OCCURRENCES

NEIL-LOVELL
This morning at o'clock

If you have
phone five-one.

any society items.

Mrs. J. A. Clark of Waycros. da.,
i a visitor in the city today.

v- elding of much interest in this city j
'was soU-rnnized wht-n Miss Oreilla;

Lcvell became the bride of Mr. Fred)
Neil at the home of Iiev. Piummer at j
Ar thuny, with Rev. Piummer officiate j
ing. j
The bride' was prettily attired in a

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Miss Nellie Wallis is the guest of
her sister, Mrs. J. J. Blalock during
her mother's visit in Miami.

Miss Winnie Hunt's many friends
regret to learn of her illness and trust
she will be able to be out again soon.
Dr. H. C. Dozier left yesterday aft afternoon
ernoon afternoon for Atlanta on a business
mission of several days.

Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Perry and Mr.
Fred Perry of Oxford, are visitors in
the city for the day.

Mr. and Mrs. Donald Schreiber and
baby are guests this week at the
home of the former's parents, Mr. and
Mrs. F. E. Schreiber.

Mrs. Charles Lloyd of Jacksonville
arrived in the city yesterday and is a
guest at the home of her parents, Mr.
and Mrs. Frank Harris.

Cherry Bark Cough Syrup will
stop that cough. Gerig's Drug
Store. 2-18-tf

John Mathews of Candler was in
town yesterday, trying to obtain a car
in which to ship a bunch of fine hogs
to Jacksonville.

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

Mrs. L. T. Izlar returned yesterday
from Oldsmar, where she has been a
guest at the home of her daughter,
Mrs. C. L. Anderson.

Miss Janet Roux, the competent
teacher at the North Ocala school,
leaves this afternoon for Floral City
to be with her parents until school re reopens.
opens. reopens. The union Bible study class of the
second ward meets with Mrs. Framp Framp-ton
ton Framp-ton Thursday afternoon at 3 o'clock.
Subject, "The Parables," continued.
All Bible students of the city welcomed.

very becoming dark blue georgette j
diess and with this .-he wore a smart j
spring hat the shade of her dress and j
her other accessories were tastily j
matched. j

At noon Mr. and Mrs. Neil depart departed
ed departed for a wedding trip and upon theii
return they will make their home at
Lacota, where the groom holds thv
position of Seaboard agent.
Mrs. Neil is a charming and lovable
yc.ung woman with a host of friends.
She has made her home in this city
most of her life and by her vivacious
and attractive personality has, won
the regard of all her acquaintances.
Mr. Neil for many years also made
Ocala his home. Prior to going to
Lacota, he was the competent Sea Seaboard
board Seaboard operator at the junction, near
Ocala, and is highly respected by all
his acquaintances. He was one of our
biave boys who entered the service
of his country shortly after war was
declared and spent many months over overseas.
seas. overseas. Those attending the wedding were
the bride's mother. Miss Jule Usry and
Mr. John Whitfield.
The best wishes of their many
friends are extended to them for a
happy and prosperous married life.

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Dr. Carl Lytle of Stanton was a
business visitor in town this morning.
He says considerable real estate is
changing hands aroudn the lake and
that it looks as if prosperous times
were in store for that section.

The regular Presbyterian social
will -"be held at the residence of Mr.
and Mrs. R. L. Anderson Thursday
afternoon from 4 to b' o'clock. Circle
No. 1 as hostess. 24-2t

Full line Goodyear and United State Tires
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GAS, OILS AND GREASE
Phone 129 Ocala, Fla.

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Mr. II. Ward and Mr. and Mrs

William McCabe of Versailles, Ky.,
who are wintering at St. Petersburg,
are in the city, guests of Mr. and Mrs.

W. M. Ditto, who are from the same

city

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Dr. D. M. Smith received the trou

blesome news this morning that his

daughter, Mrs. Robert Alston Rhodes,

in Jacksonville, was ill with pneu

monia, and left on this afternoon's

earliest train to nurse her back to

health.

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FAIR GM)UMP 2:30 P. M.

jy National Automobile and Aeroplane

RACE

Sanction American Automobile Association

orld's Fastest Professional Dirt

Track Drivers and Cars
Direct from Day tana Beach.

SPECIAL RACE fOR LOCAL CARS

5 BIG EXCITING EVENTS 5

Race Between Aeroplane and
Fastest Racing Car

General Admission $1.00 Plus War Tax
Children Under 15 Years 50c.Plus War Tax
Admission Including Grand Stand $1.50 Plus Tax.
Tickets on sale by all Automobile Supply Dealers or Secretary New
York Auto Racing Association, Ocala House.
N. 1j. Passenger carrying Aeroplane.

Mr. Norris R. Howell has arrived in

the city from Jacksonville to accept

a position with the Taylor Printing
Co. Mr. Howell some years ago lived

in Marion county and the many
friends that he made then are welcom welcoming
ing welcoming him again. His wife and daugh daughter
ter daughter will join him just as soon as a
suitable house can be secured.

If you want a real good glass of

coca-cola go to Gerig's Drug Store, tf

Clarence Langford goes to Raiford
today, to begin serving his life sen sentence
tence sentence for the murder of John J. Guth Guth-ery.
ery. Guth-ery. In everything the boy has said
and done, he has shown the most
heartless indifference to the rights
and feelings of other people. That he
will soon try to escape, and, if suc successful,
cessful, successful, take up a life of crime, is a
forgone conclusion.
A fresh shipment of Liggett's candy,
"The Chocolates with the Wonderful
Centers," just in at Gerig's Drug
Store. 2-18-tf

Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Henly of At Atlanta
lanta Atlanta were visitors in the city for a
few hours this morning en route to
Sanford. They are touring the state
in their car and are most comfortably
prepared for camping, having attach attached
ed attached to the car a trailer with all neces necessary
sary necessary equipment for camping. Mrs.
Hcnly before her marriage several
yaars ago was Miss Myrtice Camp
and with her parents lived at Lake
Weir for a number of years, and has
many friends in this section.
W. K. Lane, M. Physician and
Surgeon, specialist Eye, Ear, Nose :.nd
Throat. Office over 5 and C cent
store, Ocala. FU. tl

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A RAZZLE DAZZLE OF FUN
MUSIC AND PRANCING GIRLS
EXCELLENT CAST OF 31
A SONG HIT;
Seats on Sale at Court Pharmacy
Prices $1.50, 1.00, 75c, 50c Plus War Tax.

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

ROBERT M. MEYER,
Manager.

J. E. KAVANAUGH
Proprietor.

Mori mil tirtt

1,500,000,000 iMiles of Evidence
Statisticians calculate that Maxwell cars the world, over
traveled 1,500,000,000 miles last year. What a gigantic
test of gears, bearings, axles, crankshafts, and the 3,000
other pieces of steel in a Maxwell car!
Had these metals shown a single chronic weakness
their makers would have suffered a far-reaching penalty.
Instead these 1,500,000,000 test miles equal to 57,000
times around the equator put a great premium on the
Maxwell.
So great that it is becoming more and more difficult
each day to get a Maxwell.
To fill this ever-growing and friendly demand, for
Maxwell, 100,000 are being built this year, bringing
the total of Maxwells now in use on the road to 400,000.
The 100,000 will fall far short.
Possibly 40,000 persons will have to purchase a second
choice car.
To be sure of your first choice see the Post-Waj
Maxwell without delay.

Carroll Motors Company
OCALA, Incroporated FLORIDA

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ILAR SIMILAR LOCAL NEEDS

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A special meeting of the I. O. O.
F. will be held Friday evening. to
confer the lir.-t and second dr-u-es.

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day. Steady work. Marshall's Farms, j bee.
O. oee, Fia. 1-17-sat-wed tf I
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V ANTKD Vounjr man or hoy, pre-! (, I.JJy
ferabiy 17 to 20 years old, to assist in; A,vnvJ f I
store. Applv to t. W. Troxler. 20-t ri.''
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-Kent or echange. five five-tit
tit five-tit is (dass condition. Lot

North Oca!;'.. Cash time.

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Electric Shoe Shop
We repair ymir shoe.- by the
Cm iy :;i" W it System, and
a e !. mi. uy on you r .-hoe
mil-. i-ni-s vvti always wear
.-ho.-.- that look like new.

We Call lor and Return
Shoes lo Any Par! of Town
I'li W. Rroadwav. Phone 143

A jrood all around farm

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Warner, lio IS', Ocala, ; graduate course.

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J0-(Itjhi- office Ft fore Majch 7th. o-m1

A pplicatior. of Pei ry Fdwardts lr
another tiial will iie h-ard by Jii'iire
Smith at o'clock Friday aftt!ntei.

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From this date we will be located on
the northwest corner of the Ocala House
block opposite the courthouse. Our move
to new quarters was necessitated by the
constant growth of our business. In our
new place o 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
and Tubes is also more complete than
ever. Call on us in our new home just
across the street from former location.

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Eight years of truck L uilc' r.g experience led
to the selection of these units. They have
proven their wort.i, dependability and ser service
vice service giving qualities to thousands of satis satisfied
fied satisfied Commerce owne;:'.
77is Combination is Hot Found
in Any Other Truck Made

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Mrs. O. V. Ilain ll an.i hri-ht !ic !ic-tio
tio !ic-tio son Mux of Marshville, N. (J., are
in the city 'o" a visit to Mr. am! M.s.
E. A. Osborne. Mis. Hant-l! is Mr.
Osborne's sister.

TO FXCHAXGE Forty acres land.'
tvelve leai t-d and fenced. Will ex- j
change for a y"(Kd car in running j
older. Address, "P," care the Star
oiT.ce. 24-12t j
FOU SALE -Florida Runner pea-j
m:t, vell matured for seed: 12 i

cent per pounti in any quantity. An
thony Farms, Anthony. Fla. 24-tf

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Caskets for the remains of Carl
Willis of Crystal River and Charles
Gt-rock of II-jmos:-..-sn who lost their
lives on Ijoaid the launch Corinne
Loiij, in the jrulf one day last week,
were sent to Crystal River by Mclver
& MacKay Mcndayfi for the funerals,
which took place Tuesday.

Mr. Jack Camp is having1 his resi residence
dence residence on Camp Heights very much en enlarged
larged enlarged and modernized. Mr. Camp is
spending quite a sum of money on
his home and when the work is com completed
pleted completed this will be one of the hand handsomest
somest handsomest residences in the city. Its
attractiveness is greatly enhanced by
virtue of its location.

Mr. and Mrs. William H. Sperry of
North Adams. Mass., and Mr. and
Mrs. Louis F. Sperry of New York,
are guests for a shoit time of Mr. and
Mrs. Geo. W. Chase at the Arms
House. They are en route to Day Day-tona,
tona, Day-tona, where they are wintering, ha
ing visited the Tampa fair, St. Pe Petersburg
tersburg Petersburg and other points and stopped
in Ocala to pay a visit to their friends,
Mi. and Mrs. Chase.

FOR SALE A newly painted three three-100m
100m three-100m cottage in North Ocala,. Has
two lots, fruit trees and well; fenced
in. Will sell furnished or unfurnished
to quick buyer. Will sell cheap. Apply
at, Vandenbrock's Cigar Factory, N.
Magnolia street. 24-6t
FOUND Gold watch Saturday by
small boy. Same can be had by call call-in.
in. call-in. at this office, paying for this ad.

anl a reward of some
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Ocala automobile dealers are hav having
ing having their first experience in receiving
and unloading autoiaobiles and trucks
that come through from the factory in
coal gondolas or on Hat cars and it is
quite a novel experience to note both
the unloading and the manner in
which the cars and tiueks are packed
and covered on these open three-car
shipments. The Carroll Motors Com Company
pany Company has 'just received two carloads of
trucks slripped in this way and has a
number of other car hits en route.

HORSE WrANTED Want mare suit

able for all-round, work on farm, in-J

eluding buggy service. State best cash
pi ice. Address L. T. Milner, Belle Belle-v.ew,
v.ew, Belle-v.ew, Fla. 21-Gt
FOR RENT Furnished house, all
improvements. L. M.- Murray, Holder
block, Ocala, Fla. 216t
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'l
econd hand furniture. Experts put it
?n good condition before re-sellinr.
Repair sewing machines, lawn mow mow-trs.
trs. mow-trs. enamel ware, etc. J. W. Hunter,
Mi), 312, 314 South Main St. 23-tf

A REAL MAM WANTED
An aggressive, live wire, old r.e Life Insurance Company (white
busine--' only) recently entered : Florida, wants a General Agent
and solicitors for Ocaal and vicinity. Exceptional contract for
those that qualify. Home office i eprcsentative now in city to coach
beginners.
See or write ED GREY, at ti e Magnolia House, for full partic particulars,
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HUNTER'S AUTO EXCHANGE

Mr. C. C. Kirby of Jacksonville, of
the firm of Mangels-Kirby Company,
state distributors for the Maxwell and
Chalmers line of motor vehicles, with
his traveling salesman. Mr. Toimnie
Thompson, spent yesterday in the
city on business with the Carroll
Motors Company. The gentlemen were
winding up a tour of the state in the
interest of their firm.

GREAT EVENT SATURDAY
AT THE FAIR GROUNDS
The fa.-t automobile racing ma machines
chines machines that will race on the fair
grounds Saturday afternoon are ar arriving
riving arriving from Daytona Beach. H. F.
Alexander, with his Duesberg Special,
which has a record at 130 miles an
hour on the Sheepshead Bay speed

way, New York, arrived last night,
accompanied by E. J. Busing, who
made a change for an airplane to a
racing car while traveling 73 miles
an hour at Daytona. If wind and
track conditions are right. Busing
ma repeat the stunt here Saturday
afternoon. The Stutz Special, Beam
Bullet and Mercer Special are all ex expected
pected expected to arrive today. These are the
fastest cars that have ever raced any anywhere
where anywhere in Florida except at Daytona
Beach, and a large crowd is expect expected
ed expected from all surrounding towns.

FOR SALE (Wood Cut to Order.)
Rciuce the high cost of keeping com com-foi
foi com-foi table 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 30 M. C.
P. Howell. Ocala. 20-m
IJADSOCK'S WOOD YARD Phone
your orders to Smoak's shop. Phone
14o. 2-m

TOPS New, covered, patched and coated with a
patent wax paste that makes old tops absolutely
water proof.
PAINTING Autos painted, striped and finished
in best of material.
UPHOLSTERING We are prepared to 4ive you
satisfactorv service in upholstering hacks, seats
or cushions.

I TIRES, TUBES, GAS and OILS
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; Let us repair, paint anil upholster your c::r,
; so you can enjoy it yourseM, or sell to an

advantage.

tOR SALE At a sacrifice, six-room

house; lath and sleeping porch; on!
N. Magnolia stret, Magnolia Heights. J
Absolutely unincumbered; $1000 in-:

AUTOS BOUGHT, SOU) and -REPAIRED
J. W. MUNTER
fl-aloi SOUTH MAGNOLIA STREET ?2m5ffri
KJCdlCl ;LL METROPOLITAN THEATER a ItfJL iUd

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day seem far away

Read the Star Want Ads. It pays

NIGHTS OF UNREST
Nc Sleep. No Rest, No Peace With a
Lame or Aching Back
Weary the lot of many a kidney
sufferer.
Pain and distress from morn to
night.
Get up with a lame back.
Twinges of backache bother you all

I day.

Dull aching breaks your rest ax
night.
Uurinaiy disorders add to your mis misery.
ery. misery. If yuu have kidney trouble,
Reach ihe cause the kidneys.

DoanV Sidney Pills are for the kid- J
neys only
Have made an enviable reputation '.

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I Ask o .r neighbor!
H. 0. McDavid, retired carpenter,'
i Henry a: d X. Osceola Sts.. Oortla,

says: "i .-uttered irom biaiuer truu-;
ble. I v; s compelled to g.:-i up often
at night r pass the kidney secretions j
and thi: broke my lesl. Mornings I;
awoke f'-!;n': unrefre-hv-d. I i earned
ot Doan's Kidney Pills and procured
some t.t 7yd :r. .-s & CVs. ci-ug s.o.e.
and th 'v helped me .:; a vc: y short
time. I-..an'.- ooii Vn'tht-ned my
kidney." ar.d bladder."
Pric i'oc. at all dealers. Don't
simply a .7. for a kidney remedy get
Doan's Lidm-y Pills the same that
Mr. M'-Duva: had. Foater-Milburn Co..
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