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By the Department of Justice is Being
Made Southern Pine has Par Par-s
s Par-s ticnlar Attention
', Washington, Jan. 10. An extensive
investigation into the activities of the
lumber manufacturers through their
national and regional associations is
being made by the deparment of jus
tice with the assistance of the fe4eral
trade commission. This was disclosed
in a report sent to Congress today by
the cmomission in connection with the
inquiry conducted by the Senate on
housing and reconstruction.
IOT CONNECTED WITH BUILD BUILDING
ING BUILDING STEALS
. The department will determine
whether there has been violations of
the Sherman anti-trust law.'The yel yel-ldw
ldw yel-ldw pine industry of the South partic particularly
ularly particularly will be looked into. It was
stated that the state department's, in in-quriy
quriy in-quriy is not directly connected with
the building investigation in New
York and it was indicated it has been
in progress for some time.
WHITES AND NEGROES INVTHE
; The negro population of Macon, Ga.,
is 23,091. and the white population
29,900. The negro population of Tam Tampa,
pa, Tampa, Fla., is 11,520 and the white pop pop-ulaiton
ulaiton pop-ulaiton 40,057.
OVER 11,000,000 BALES
Cotton ginned prior to January 1st,
wa9 11,559,230 running bales, the cen census
sus census bureau announced today.
Representatives of twenty national
organizations are here for the open
ing session of the national conference
on highway traffic regulations. The
conference will frame a uniform code
of traffic laws and : urge forty-tw
state legislatures meeting this month
to pass them.
IT WONT AMOUNT TO ANY ANYTHING
THING ANYTHING Initial steps in the investigation of
charges of profiteering in coal sales
to the war department were taken to today
day today b the department of justice. The
investigators assembled and prelimi preliminary
nary preliminary work was begun
WATCH NIGHT AT KENDRICK
The people of Kendrick had a watch
night service at the "Methodist church
Hew Year's eve. Our new pastor,
Rev. Bennett met with us and gave us
a beautiful and inspiring talk on the
goodness of God. Also talks from
'some of the older members and with
Mrs. Bradford C. Webb at the piano
how the young poeple did sing and
how they did enjoy it.
At 10 o'clock the members of Mrs. Mrs.-Webb's
Webb's Mrs.-Webb's css, with Mr. W. Hall and
Miss Julia Ward as chairman, invited
everybody out into the yard, where a
supper of chicken purlo, sandwiches,
pickles and coffee was served. When
all had gathered around the fire we
joined in singing "Praise God from
Whom atf Blessings Flow." Then a
short prayer" by Rev. Bennett.
After supper, all returned to the
church, where talks and singing was
enjoyed 'until midnight.
o & I
a happy New Year and best wishes
exchanged, everybody left for their
homes, happier because of being there.
CARD OF THANKS
The King's Daughters desire, to ex express
press express their healtfelt thanks and hearty
appreciation to all those who assisted
them in their distribution of the holi holiday
day holiday donations to the poor and needy
of the city;. "to the lodges, schools,
Sundav schools, bakeries, atnros. in. t
Then withllouow,ng evemn
riividuals, churches; to each and every 'been competed for housing and feed feed-one
one feed-one who contributed money, groceries, lng unusual wds.
fruit, clothing or In any way .assisted 1 Present-elect Warren G. Harding,
us, we extend our thanks. We feelvho spend a part of the- winter
'deeply their loyalty and confidence in!11 Flonda' has been invited to attend
our organization and we trust that wejthe falr' and he is a Personal iend
have used the funds entrusted to us of and has served in the hio senate
wisely. Mrs. George MacKay, ;v ith G Brorein. president of the
Corresponding Secretary. UXt association, he is expected to ac-
CARLTON MAKES CHARGES
That Our State Department is Try-!
ing to Bulldoze Cuba
Washington, Jan. 10. Charges
that the state department is making
threats against the Cuban govern-
tnent to prevent the issuance of a
permit for the Western Union" cable
landings on the island were made be-
fore the Senate committee today by
President Carlton of the Western.
A PRIVATE CITIZEN
Wrnt Have a Thing o Do for Six
Weeks Except bodge the
' Office Seeker
Marion, O., Jan. 10. With his res resignation
ignation resignation as senator on the desk of the
incoming governor of Ohio, Mr. Hard Harding
ing Harding today was looking forward to six
weeks as a private citizen before tak-
J ing up the responsibility of the office
of president of the United States. The
resignation was sent yesterday.' An Another
other Another democrat, -William G. Sharp,
former ambassador to France, was
called into conference today on the
plan for an association of nations
SURE OF TWENTY-FOUR
Columbus, O, Jan. 10. Senator
Harding officially received Ohio's 24
votes in the electoral colleeg today
when the Ohio presidential electors
met here to cast them.
HARDING WILL SOON
BE IN FLORIDA
Charleston, Jan. 10 The yacht Vic
toria owned by Senator Frelinghuy
sen of New Jersey, and now in port
here, will leave tomorrow for Flor
ida," according to present plans. Sen Senator
ator Senator and Mrs. Frelinghuysen have
been aboard for the past two weeks,
duck hunting near Charleston. They
left for Washington last night. Later
in the winter. President-elect and Mrs.
Warren G. Harding are to be the
guests of Senator and Mrs. Freling
huysen aboard the yacht in Florida
waters. They will probably board the
yacht at St. Augustine. On the Vic
toria is a full set of golfing phara
phernalia for Mr. Harding's use.
BUICK CARS NOW-
TO BE EQUIPPED
WITH ALL CORD TIRES
The Spencer-Pedrick Motor Co. of
this city announces that beginning to today
day today all Buick cars will include as part
of their initial equipment cord tires
This feature should still further
enhance the attractiveness of this al
ready most popular car. The Buick
is one of the pioneers in the automo automobile
bile automobile industry in this section and each
year has seen added "progress- and
prosperity for this enterprising firm.
Difficulty in securing sufficient cord
tires to outfit all their cars in the
past is held responsible for the fact
tnat this has not been a feature of
the Buick before this time.
IS GOING TO BE MORE
BRILLIANT THAN EVER
Tampa, Jan. 10. The Gasparilla
carnival, most widely known of all
features -of the South Florida Fair,
the date of which is Feb. 3 to 12, is to
be held on a more brilliant scale than
ever before, the pre-war spirit having
returned to cosmopolitan Tampa,
thereby guaranteeing brilliant pa pageants
geants pageants and social events. ; Ye Mystic
Krewe of Gasparilla arrived from
Gasparilla Isle Monday, February 7,
and the annual coronation ball of the
I piratical organization will be held the
Friday, Feb. 4, has been designated
as "Children's Day" of the fair pe period,
riod, period, and All children, whether Flor Flor-idians
idians Flor-idians or visitors will be admitted to
the grounds without charge. Other
special days named so far are "Gover "Governor's
nor's "Governor's Day," "Rotary Day," "Mexico
Day," "Shriners' Day" and "Tampa
Railroads and steamship lines will
grant the usual low round trip rates,
with special selling dates from all
points in Florida. Preparations have
icept the invitation.'
; STRIVING TO MAKE BOXING
A LEGALIZED SPORT
New York, Jan. 10. Represenita-
tives of seventeen states where box-j
ing is legalized met here today to
form a national board of control over
that sport. One tentative rule calls
fcr the maximum price of $15 for ad-
mission to. championship bouts and
$10 to contests where no titles are at'
OCALA, FLORIDA, M0NI)AYr JANUARY 10. 1921
WEARY TRIP THRU AMERICA INTENDS
American Balloonists and their Guides I
Have Not Yet Emerged I
from the Forest I
(Associated Press) I
Mattice, Jan. 10. There were nol
dings early today of the progress I
made by the three. American naval I
alloonists en route from the moose J
factory. Continued absenec of lnfor-lhave
rr.ation did not alarm the trappers. I
They said the Americans and their I
Indian guides were undoubtedly slow-J
ed up by the established fact that!
Lieut. Farrell had to be carried on a I
sled as his feet were badly frost
bitten. The weather today is unusu unusually
ally unusually mild and it is. expected the trav travelers
elers travelers will arrive by nightfall.
HELP, HELP, HELP
WANTED Clerks, both men and
women, for big closing out sale. Ap
ply at once. B. Goldman. 8-2t
TREASURE IN NORTH AFRICA
French Writer Declares Land Is
Storehouse of Historical and
North Africa Morocco. Alsrerla
comprises, according to Louis Bert-
rand, writing in L'lllustratlon (Paris),
a storehouse of historical and arch archeologlcal
eologlcal archeologlcal treasures unsuspected by the
great majority of Frenchmen. France's
tricolor floats over these storied lands
washed by the Mediterranean.
M. Bertrand concludes that most of I
his countrymen visit the colonial pos-
session much as they would visit
spectacular review .or something of
the sort, as a bizarre- experience of
strange sounds and colors and muscle
dancers ; whereas. If they would but
open their eyes, they might behold
dead cities raising up their heads and
almost hear the echoing footsteps of
the Roman legions. He points, in
fact, to North Africa as the richest
museum of Latin antlaulty In the
world, where the ruins of the imperial
occupation are thickly strewn for
leagues, crying out for the pick and
spade of the excavator. "From Volu-
bills In Morocco to Gigthi in Tunis,'
declares the writer, "on a line 2,000
kilometers long, the Roman ruins are
landmarks Jn Africa. With their tri-
umphal arches, colonnades, pagan tern
pies, basilicas and Christian burial
places, they outline a shattered royal
road without a peer.'
Challenge to Thought.
When you can't do what you want to
it s a challenge to think. If you can't
An it vchv can't von? The rh&nres are
you will find It Is not right that
should be done at alL Or It may betu"cl, equip and enlarge
that you are not the one to do It.
You may want to swim the Niagara
Just below the falls so you can boast
of doing what has not been done. You
may want to ny to tne moon so you
w wr4lc v.
ni. th .Tonh ,m Rfl von c.n rive
your experiences of a few days in the
dPT. Tint von can't do It The whv
lies in the fact that you are not made
for such exploits. To attempt any
one of them would he, to tempt self
destruction. The crowd might stand
oy ana waicn you maie tne euon ano
when you "failed they would call you
a fool. When you can't do what you
Want to think. Grit.
Caller Well, you are-a good little
boy. Are you always as quiet as tnuilforfc amone the eovernment aeencies
wonnny uv ..
thing about your bald head.
Nat In Admiration. But in current
Coin, Is the Edict of the French
After all these years of luxurious
idleness the Venus de MIlo must be
come a wage earner. The authorities
of France have so decreed. And not!
only Venus, but Mona Lisa and all the
other celebrities gathered in tneite.n to decentralize by eoine'out
Louvre, and Jn the Luxembourg and
other gallees as welL For the flat
has gone forth recently that hereafter
those who have been accustomed to
visit the museums of Paris day after
dav. findlne their treasures free as
air, must pay an adralssloo ree. u Service," says the memorial, "acta as
you want to go to admlreVenua In her 3n agency of both the bureau and the
crimson velvet seclusion you must pay but is responsible to no autho autho-fnr
fnr autho-fnr th nrivilec. To be sure, she la
worth any price, you must admit. Anol
when you go Into the Salon Carre of
the Louvre and stop to meditate about
what the enigmatical Mona Lisa la
meditating, you must pay for that. too.
Not a separate admission for each e
partment. No. they are all banded to-
gether In. one big union, as It were,
mMKm, and hereafter they will arnwbo u "generally have made
all those priceless treasures or ecn
TO PULl OUT
United SUtes Will Not be Represent-
ed at the Next Meeting of the
Washington, Jan. 10. Immediate
withdrawal of the United States from
further participation in the council of
ambassadors in Europe is reported to
been decided upon. The state
department declines to discuss the re-
port, but did say that the American
government would not be represented
at the meeting of premiers next week
at which France and Great Britain
will discuss means for enforcing the
terms of the Versailles treaty.
ATTACKS THE SYSTEM
Fx -Service Men Object to the Method
of Rehabilitating Disabled
Veterans of the War
Washington, Jan. 10. The present
system of rehabilitating disabled vet veterans
erans veterans of the war is denounced, by the
American Legion as a "failure" which
should be remedied by consolidating
under a single head the three depart department
ment department agencies now engaged in that
work. This charge and the remedial
suggestion will be presented today by
the legion to President Wilson, Presi
dent-elect Harding and to every mem
ber of both houses of Congress in a
memorial directing attention to the
suffering, shameful neglect and in
justice which the legion asserts
marks, the administration of the
fairs of the war veterans.
Colonel F. W. Galbraith Jr., nation
al commander of the legion, will per
sonally deliver a copy of the memo memorial
rial memorial to Senator Harding at Marion,
I where Colonel Galbraith has an ap-
pointment to discuss with the presi
dent-elect the legion's program for
the disabled men.
The legion asserts in the memorial
that the function of the three agencies
which now deal with the soldiers who
require their country's cars, the.bu
i eau of war risk insurance., the fed federal
eral federal board for vocational education
and the United States Public Health
1 Service, "must be co-ordinated, their
machinery decentralized and all three
placed under the common control."
f To do this the memorial says
there must be a new law which shall
place the unified organization under a
single administrative head." For
this new organization, the legion asks
itan appropriation sufficient
I sufficient to provide facilities for all
I the men now under hospital treatment.
I Bills providine for this have been in
Produced in both houses of Congress
t th f h Winn
I It is announced that the legion has
cPiea of the memorial to 3000
legion speakers in all states who have
I volunteered to endeavor to locus tne
attentio nof the nation on the situa
I tion of the disabled men
1 The memorial asserts that the
United States has been more liberal
th.. nnv othf,T nfttion in it nrnviaiona
for the disabled soldiers but that it
has failed in a large measure to make
these provisions abailable. This is
I attributed to "an astonishing state of
1 divided responsibility and wasted ef-
with which the nroblem rests."
I&gencies dealing wiw uic uisauicu
men, the legion memorial asserted
that the bureau of war risk insurance
ha dnever accomplished its vital ob object
ject object of making just and proper awards
As long as the federal board of vo
cational training was centralized in
Washington, as the war risk bureau
now is, the work of the board was a
I failure, says the legion. Since it has
into the field and looking up the men,
it haV; approved 150,000 additional
cases and placed 61,000 additional
men in training.
"The United States Public Health
my common to ootn oecause mere is
. ..v m
treak in the chain of responsibility."
I Declaring that it is remarkable that
lhe rehabilitation system Las accom-
lpjjsnej -i mie n has," the legion
Lttributes this to the sincerity of the
in th(, thrw neie.
the best of an impossible situation.
Conference Between Lloyd George and
. OTlanagaa Fails to Bring a
Truce to the Conflict
. (Associated Press)
London, Jan. 10. Conferences be between
tween between Rev., Michael O 'Flanagan, act acting
ing acting president. of the, Sinn Fein, and
Premier. Lloyd George, with a view
U bringing about peace in' Ireland,
have been broken off and will not be
resumed, says the Daily Mail
THRIFT AND THE
.After a short business session at
Srturdajr's meeting of the Ocala Wom Woman's
an's Woman's Club, Mrs L. N. Green, chairman
of household economics, in a few hap happy
py happy remarks, introduced the speaker of
the afternoon. Miss Layton of the
University of Florida, who spoke on
The Budget System in Housekeep
ing," and handled her subject well.
A budget is simply a pattern for
spending. If people plan ahead, write
down their plans and then carry them
through, they will be better able to
make their incomes cover their living
expenses. No business can be run suc successfully
cessfully successfully withoelt a budget. Neither
can homes, tho homes are infinitely
more than business concerns. If a
husband spends eight to ten hours a
day earning the money it is only log
ical that the wife should, spend eight
to ten minutes a day planning the ex expenditure..
penditure.. expenditure.. Budgets are the things
A.1 A. t J '
mat matte oreams come true u one
has courage to forge ahead when there
is some good to' attain. Dr. Frank
Crane says thrift implies budget.
Spending, saving and giving are
the three uses of money. All of these i
can be controlled by the budget and
made more interesting, more benefi beneficial,
cial, beneficial, better balanced, and after it is
al! over, one is. better satisfied be because
cause because he will know that he did the
best he could.
.There are two things that must be
reckoned with in making a budget,
first, the size of the income, and sec sec-end,
end, sec-end, the standard of living of the
person or family. Whether a person
has an income of $500 or $50,000 a
year, the need of a budget is univers universal.
al. universal. We should classify accounts to
f nd out just how we are spending and
ccmpare this from month to month,
and year to year. The value of all
this is that it makes us think befoer
we spend and plan our expenditures.
. The following arrangement is the
one most generally followed Savings,
which include all protective expenses;
shelter, which is divided into rent and
cost of ownership with its 'subdivis 'subdivisions:
ions: 'subdivisions: food, which has its different
classifications; operating expenses or
the cost of. running a house; clothing,
new, remodeling, making; unusual up.
keep, and advancement, which includes
everything that is of a physical and
spiritual as well as mental better betterment.'
ment.' betterment.' . i
- The purchase of food must be
watched because people are apt to
buy too much perishable food, or pay
a high price for unseasonable food.
waste the left-overs or leave too
much on the plate. It is also true that
so many people, in an effort to save
by investment, lose money in wildcat
The following tables have been de
veloped as average expenditures of
f.-mi lies having incomes of $3400 and
$3600, which have to support a family
cf five, two adults and three non-
. ; $2400 $3600 t
Food .....30 per cent. 21 per cent.
Savings ...21 per cent. 10 per.eent.
KentA 21 per cent. 21 per cent.
Clothing ..17 per cent." 20 per cent.
Operating .90 per cent. 10 per cent.
Adv'cemnt 11 per cent. 16 per cent.
Misses Musie and Mildred Bullock
delighted the audience with vocal and
instrumental selections. The "fash "fashion
ion "fashion show on living models", was quite
a feature of the program, showing
many beautiful "creations" in made made-ever
ever made-ever garments.
' A letter of thanks was read from
Mr. Marcus Fagg for the $131.50
sent the Children's Home Society of
Jacksonville, as was also a letter
from Mrs.' Norris, state chairman of
social and industrial reform, telling
of Christmas gifts of victrola records
sent to the' boy's reform school, the
girls' industrial school and to Chatta Chattahoochee.
hoochee. Chattahoochee. There had been received, too.
; a letter from each member of the
stated pardoning board, stating that
he has no sympathy with the pardon-
h nf j j MndHn
ing of J. J. MendenhalL
It was announced that next Tuesday
Fair tonight and Tut Tut-day,
day, Tut-day, cooler tonight, frost
in north portion; warmer
- WILL MEET TODAY
Although the People Voted November
2. Harding and Coolidge are Nat
Washington, Jan. 10. While War-
ten G. Harding and Calvin Coolidgfl
were chosen for president and vice-
president cf the United SUtes in tha
Noverabci general elections, they har
not yet been officially elected, and will
not be until February 9.
Two important steps remain to ba
taken to complete their election. One,
the meeting of the electoral colleg)
takes place today, while the final step
will be taken on .Wednesday. Febru
ary 9, at a joint meeting of the Sea-
ate and House of Representative.
when the certificates of the rota of
each are opened in the presence of
the entire Congress and. duly counted.
. At the conclusion of this ceremony.
Vice President Marshall will officially
t'eclare Mr. Harding and Mr. Coolidga
to have been elected.
The people, as is well known, did
not vote directly for Mr. Harding or
Mr Cox and their running mates la
the November election but for electors
of the various parties. The success successful
ful successful electors of each' state comprise tha
electoral college. They are equal is
number to the senators and represen representatives
tatives representatives from each state in Congress,
provided by the constitution. They art
lequired by law to meet in their n n-spectative
spectative n-spectative state capitols on the se? se?-end
end se?-end Monday in January after the pres presidential
idential presidential election to cast their votes for
president and yice president in accor-
-t !iL At 1
uance witn uie wisnes ox tne voters
who elected them.
The electoral college, therefore, will
Le.in session in the forty-eight stats
capitols today. The electors organ
ize by electing one of their number
a? chairman and choosing a secretary.
If anv of the electors have died ainea
the November election the remainbxa?
electors of the state may seelct soma
one to fill the vacancy. After organ organizing
izing organizing the balloting begins first for
president and then for vice president
en separate ballots. Each elector
votes for the candidate for whom bs
was elected to vote. When the bal-'
lets are counted three certificates ars
prepared and duly signed in escfe
state. One is sent to the judge of the
United States district court of tha
electors' state; one it sent by mail
and another by messenger, usually by
ene of the electors selected for tha
purpose, to the United States Senats.
. These certificates, in accordance
with the constitution, will be opened
by the vice president acting as presi president
dent president of the Senate in -the presence of
Congress. This final ceremony of the
selection will, take place in tha cham chamber
ber chamber of the House of Representatives
en Wednesday, Feb. 9. In ft does
presidential race, such as that be between
tween between Tilden and Hayes, the counting
of these returns, becomes a serious
natter and attracts wide attention.
CARABALLO WILL VOTE FOB COX
Martin Caraballo, the lone Tampan
among the six men selected to cast
Florida's vote, left last night for
Tallahassee, where the Floridiana wU
cast their six ballots for James M.
Cox and Franklin D. Rooseevlt f sr
president and vice president.
The six Florida electors are P. W.
Co rr, Dade City; J. G. Sharon, Talla Tallahassee;
hassee; Tallahassee; Charles E. Jones. Jackson Jacksonville:
ville: Jacksonville: W. Vr Knott. Terra Ceia: Uartia
Caraballo, Tampa, and G. B. Wells,
After the Florida vote is cast, ths
six men will choose one of their num number
ber number to carry the secretary of state's
cf rtificate to Washington and formal formally
ly formally deliver the state's balloL Tampa
STOPPED BY WHITE'S SICKNESS
Washington, Jan. 10. This wss de decision
cision decision day in the supreme court, bat
nc opinions were handed down. It Is
understood this aws due to the Illness
of Chief Justice White.
London, Jan. 10. Dr. Robert Jarss
Bliss Howard, a noted authority ia
the medical world, is dead.
would be the first open afternoon ef
the winter, for the social gsthtrirj
cf club members and their frk&ds
and all visitors to our city. j
OCALA EVENING STAR, MONDAY, JANUARY 10. 1920
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We do not want this it would not be
worth having if we had it. What we
need is a reasonably strong navy and
a reasonably strong army to back it.
That much power, and the realization
by the rest of the world of the
strength and resources -of the Amer
ican nation would be enough to pro protect
tect protect us.
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. V "Devil Anse? Hatfield is dead again.
' A modest woman or a sensible man
will not give testimony to a patent
Flagler hospital opened in St. Au Au-!
! Au-! rustine Jan. 5. Probably the great
est: most useful monument to Mr.
, Flagler's name.
The sob-sisters occasionally com
plain that the' government spends so
much money to take care of hogs and
m little to take care of children.
Is this so ?
What about the schooling for the
child that the government pays for?
What about the city physician?. What
about the state board of health, all
working to educate the child and keep
him or her well?
What about the hog?
After he is brought to his fuU
weight, he is killed; his flesh is sold
and a large proportion of the money
is spent to buy the child food and
clothes, candy and toys.
Preference given the -hog? A hog
with the butcher's steel in his throat
wouldn't say so, if it could talk.
Trouble with a sob-sister is that
she or he is just like an old hen can
think of but one thing at once.
The children and the older folks
have to eat more or less hog. If said
hog was diseased, some of the chil children
dren children and older folks would likely be
Be careful of the hog. It's of more
use than the sob-sister.
Gov.-Elect Hardwick of Georgia
called on Gov. Hardee of Florida in
Tallahassee the other day. But Mr.
Hardee couldn't help himself.
, The dispatches from Samoa add
tpstimonv to the already well-estab
lished belief that the American is not
' good at ruling over other people.
,. : 1
, Old man Catts is no longer gover governor'
nor' governor' and Col. Chas. P. Lovell is adju-
hnt crtmeral of the state of Florida.
1'Ocala needs a military company.
' Budapest is afflicted with hiccups,
which it thinks are the forerunners of
a. plague. In this country they used
, to be the accompaniment of a drunk.
i -. f
' We are sorry that Rube Allyn,
'' charged with the murder of Harry
Higel of Sarasota, is in trouble, and
"'. hope he will be able to prove his in in-,
, in-, nccence.
Twice as many people treated in
1920 for alcoholism a3 there were in
V 1919. Makes one see snakes, giraffes
and gyascutises when they stop all of
There is plenty of room out in the
country; there is plenty of ground to
yield food and raiment. Only the
fools and weaklings will stand in the
I" Make that Irish mayor conform to
the laws of the United States. Tam Tampa
pa Tampa Tribune.
American mayors don't do that. You
expect too much.
The historical society would like to
get a good recipe for eggnog to show
future generations what we used to
drink. Tampa Times.
We haven't quit using it yet.
" We feel more kindly toward the
Germans since events of the last two
years have taught us that a large
number of our own people are willing
to starve or freeze a yet larger number.
From the way it speaks about
"teachers" eevry now and then, we
much fear us the esteemed Ocala Star
had to go to school against its
washes; or else took a whipping from
some school marm whom, of course,
it could not afterward thresh. Tarn
The editor of the Star, friend Trib.
had only a few weeks of schooling
about as many weeks as he needed
and wanted years. His few teachers
were men and none of them showed
any signs of wanting to thrash him.
How' much study have you given to
this school business, friend Trib?
Have you tried to obtain opinions
from all, from the state superinten superintendent
dent superintendent of public education down thru
all the grades, the teachers of aU
classes, the young men and women in
high school, the little chaps in the
primary school, and the parents of the
children? Have you taken the trouble
to look over and compare the books,
their cost, the weight of taxes and
ability of men and women in different
stations in life to pay them? Well,
the Star has, and when you do the
same you will probably agree with us
that our school system is inadequate
and expensive and badly in need of
reform and if all the papers in the
state would do likewise they could re reform
form reform the system, give the children
better teaching, the teachers better
pay and save the taxpayers tens of
thousands of dollars.
The editor of this paper desires to
return thanks to the numerous friends
who fairly showered him with tokens
of remembrance during the holiday
It may seem a trifle late, but as the
last one came in only last week, and
as we have not had time to pay proper
attention to the matter before, we
hope our friends will consider us ex excusable,
cusable, excusable, r
Beginning several days before
Christmas, and ending, perhaps, last
Friday, our postofBce box has had at
least one Christmas or New Year card
with almost every mail, and several
times has been crammed full.
They were all read, as received,
with pleasure, and carefully put
away to read again and answer when
we had time. That is what we
thought at first, but we soon saw that
it was going to be impossible to an answer
swer answer them all, and as we had no rea
son to slight any friend we decided
we had best not answer, except in this
4 11 a a a a
vareiuiiy loosing uiem an over
Sunday, we found they numbered
more than two hundred. Most of
them were from friends in Ocala,
where we have passed the last twenty-
eight years and two months a little
more, than half our life others came
rom other parts of the county, one
or more each from seventeen states,
one from Alaska and two from Can
ada, and three from khaki-clad boys
who are yet keeping the watch on the
When we add to these the uncount
ed handclasps and holiday and new
year good wishes received, we are
gratefully aware that we have made
many more friends than we deserve.
To them all we return sincere
thanks, with the hope that in the
years left to us we will do nothing to
forfeit their friendship.
MorpEiiy Motor CdDnnnpanny
ONE OF FLOFIDA'S BEST GARAGES
Expert Repairs Tires Gas and Oil
f Main Street, Opposite Foundry - OCALA, FLORIDA
STAR JOB DEPARTMENT
V V V
P.O. BOX 606
LETTERHEADS, DILI HEADS. CARDS, CIRCULARS, FCIDERS, FIXE BOOKIEIS. ETC.
, -C? r & v.
We never disappoint a customer on a promise.
You get the job when its due.
WOODMEN OF THE WORLD
Times-Union Short Talks will
please take notice that the acorns,
nuts, etc., in the woods, on which
hogs love to feed, is "mast" and not
"mass." Very few but wild and half
wild hogs have had a chance to feed
on this very sustaining food, which
gives firmness as well as fat to the
flesh. We would like to see some of
the improved stock farmers are rais raising
ing raising now fed on it two or three months
Fort King Camp No. 14 meets at
K. of P. hall at 7:30 p. m. every sec second
ond second and fourth Friday. Visiting sov sov-reigns
reigns sov-reigns are always welcome.
J. C. Bray, C. C
Chas. K. Sage. Clerk.
OCALA LODGE No. 286, a P. O. E.
ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE
OF TRAINS IN OCALA
. Secretary of Labor Wilson is stand stand-"ing
"ing stand-"ing just as' he has stood all along
when it came to favoring anything
wanted by "unionism." Tampa Tri-
-, The other departments have done
pretty much likewise.
Looks like that traffic marker on
the southeast corner of the square has
started west. At its present rate of
progress it will have reached the
Seaboard crossing on West Broadway
by Jan. 1 next. People coming from
the north have to make a baseball
.curve to pass it now-they will soon
have to perform a jughandle crook to
There is no greater fallacy than
that so freely preached by many' Am
ericans that we need a big navy and
next to nothing as an army. In 1914
Great Britain had a navy twice as
powerful as that of Germany, and
promptly shut the Germans up in the
Baltic or under the guns of their forti fortifications.
fications. fortifications. 'But the German army went
sweeping on over Belgium and
France to the' Marne. England had
only 80,000 men to throw on the Ger
man flank. Had that force been
250,000 men, it would have cut In be
hind the Germans when they stag
gered back from the defeat before
Paris, and ended the war.- A fleet is a
good thing, but in the men who fight
witV their feet on the ground is the
main strength of a nation.
, The United States doesnt need
its taxpayers do not want the
strongest navy in the world. We do
; not want to conquer any other na na-,
, na-, turn, and if our commerce on the seas
'"can be maintained only at the cost
of war, we had better let it go. No
amount of trade we can send and
bring in American ships would be
' worth a world war. If we build, as
' we can, a navy stronger than Brit Britain's,'
ain's,' Britain's,' that empire will simply form
Dr. Charles "Watson Moremea,
Commercial Bank Building, Ocala,
Fla. Office phone 211; residence
phone 298. 7-tf
If that "lord" mayor of Cork had
been one of the British soldiers who
side by side with our boys broke the
Hindenburg line, if he had been pen penniless
niless penniless and stowed away to come to
America, hoping to make an honest
living, the department of labor would
have hustled him back to England
but the trouble-maker from the ranks
of Sinn Feinism is treated with dis distinguished
tinguished distinguished consideration.
Irvin Cobb has announced 'several
valuable inventions he is planning. to
introduce, '.but for some inexplicable
reason he failed to mention an at
tachment that will keep roosters from
crowing in the early morning.
What's the matter with tying up
your rooster's bill with wrapping
twine every night before he retires to
ROYAL ARCH MASONS
Regular conventions of the Ocala
Chapter No. 13, R. A. M., on the fourth
Friday in every month at 8 p. m.
H. S. Wesson, H. P.
Jake Brown, Secretary.
Seaboard Air Line
Arrive from Jacksonville.. 2:10a.m.
Leave for Tampa 2:15 a.m.
Arrive from Jacksonville.. 1:30p.m.
Leave for Tampa......... 1:55p.m.
Arrive from Jacksonville.. 3:5tp. m.
Leave for Tampa 4:05 p.m.
Arrive from Tampa 2:14 a.m.
Leave for Jacks "u ville .... 2 :15 a. m.
Arrive from Tampa. ...... 1:35p.m.
Leave for Jacksonville.... 1:55p.m.
Arrive from Tampa 4:16 p.m.
Leave for Jacksonville... I 4:17p.m.
Arrive from New York.... 1:34 a. m.
Leave for St. Petersburg. .' 1:37 a. m.
Arrive from St. Petersburg 2:55 a.m.
Leave for New York 3:00 a.m.
Atlantic Coast Line
rrive from Jacksonville.. 2:31 a. m.
-eave for St. Petersburg.. 2:32a.m.
Arrive from Jacksonville.. 3 :34 p. m.
Lave lor bt. retersnurg. 3 :3d p.m.
Arrive from Jacksonville.. 10:12 p. m.
Leave lor Leesburg 10:13 p.m.
Arrive from St. Petersburg 2:26 a.m.
leave for Jacksonville.... 2:27a.m.
Arrive from St. Petersburg 1:25 p.m.
iyave lor Jacksonville.... 1:45p.m.
Arrive from Lees burg. .. 6:41a.m.
Leave tor Jacksonville.... 6:42a.m.
Arrive from Homosassa... 1.25 p. m.
Leave for Homosassa....: 3:25 n.m.
Arrive irom Ualnesnlle.
daily except Sunday;... 11:50 a. m.
Leave for Gainesville, daily
except Sunday 4:45 p m.
Leave for Lakeland Tues Tuesday,
day, Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday 7:25 a.m.
Ar. from Lakeland. Tues
day, Thursday, Saturday 11:03 p.m.
Leave for Wilcox, Monday,
Wednesday and mday.. 7:10 a. m
Arrive from Wilcox' Mon
day- Wednesday. Friday. 6:45 p.m.
Tulula Lodge No. 22. I. O. O. F,
meets every Tuesday evening at the
Odd Fellows hall at the corner of
Fort King Ave. and Osceola street. A
warm welcome always extended to
J. D. McCaskill. N. G.
H. R, Luff man. Secretary.
MARION-DUNN MASONIC LODGE
Marion-Dunn Lodge No. 19, F. & A.
M., meets on the first and third
Thursday evenings of each month at
7:30 o'clock until further notice.
A. L. Lucas, W. M.
Jake Brown, Secretary.
. Advertising builds business.
Ocala Lodge No. 286, Benevolent
and protective Order of Elks, meets
the second and fourth Tuesday eve-
pirgs of each month. Visiting breth brethren
ren brethren always welcome. Lodge rooms
upstairs over Troxler's and the Book
.hop, 113 Main street.
C Y. Miller. E. R.
ORDER OE EASTERN STAR
Ocala Chapter No. 29, O. E. S
meets at the Masonic, hall the second
and fourth Thursday evenings of each
month at 8 o'clock.
Mrs. Lillian Simmons, W. M.
Mrs. Susan Cook, Secretary.
KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS.
Ocala Lodge No. 19. Conventions
held every Monday evening at 7:30
o'clock at the' castle hall, over .the G.
C. Greene Co. drugstore. A cordial
velcome to visiting brothers.
j. w. Akin, a a
Chas. K. Sage, K. of R. & S.
Meet me at the American Cafe,
Union Station, .Ocala. for a regular
dinner family style. Best dinner in
the state for 75c. Eat and drink all
you want. Time or dinner 11 a. m. to
2:30 p. m. Owned and operated by
A. E. GERIG
. Ocala, Florida
- v.. I
r FOR SALE
LARGE LUE GUI GONG
Will Deliver and Plant for
The Large Trees.
WABTMANN NURSERY CO,
10-14, deod-tf y
Get the habit ot reading the ads.
r Ocala AMo and Garage Company
Successors to Gales Garage
We sell Philadelphia Diamond Grid Batteries
. Chandler and Cleveland Automobiles
X Look at our Used Cars. All are Bargairs acd Guaiactecd as icjitfCLtcd
. Tires, Tubes, Accessories and Storage.
OUR CHIEF AIM
Uas always been to do the very best
repair work possible. If you're In
ned of expert
Make it your chief aim to come to see
lis. Uur worK is guaranieea.,
Corner Main and Oklawaha
Cars Washed J! 1.00
Cars Pollsned $1.00
Raising the Family- pm want wise to everything
Ktow w uor.ToJ
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OCA LA EVENING STAB, MONDAY. JANUARY 10, 1920
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C. V. ROBERTS, Phone 305
Private Morgue and Chapel.
Motor Equipment. Coffins
Office Phone 350
THE WINDSOR HOTEL
.JACKSONVILLE, EW)RIDA '
In the heart of the sity with Hemming Park for a front yard.
Every modern convenience in each room. Dining room service is
second to nont
ROBERT Sh MEYER,
Build a Home
iiuiiaer win co-operate nnaiicuui
on a fifty-fifty basis with responsible
persons who wish to build a home.
Desiens and drawincs -free.' Build a
home to your own liking and require requirements.
ments. requirements. APPLY AT STAR OFFICE
PRACTICAL CARPENTER ANI
Care.-i:l estimates made on all com com-tract
tract com-tract work. Gives more and better
work fr the money than any other
contractor in the, city.
ALL KINDS OF
FRESH MEATS, FISH
, EVERY- ..
TUESDAY and FRIDAY
111 W. Broadway
Geo. Hay 8 Co.
Motor Funeral Cars
Private Morgue and Chapel
' Day Phone 47
Night Phone 515
G. B. Overton, Manager
Mr. G. B. Overton is now our
funeral director and embalmer. Night
phone 515, day phone 47.
25-tf George, MacKay & Company.
mmm I vy
rrr dotHas) wOl mmA yom
m for trial. PwUg n paid.
fOOl O) BTCtDnCFASfilOff OTTTTCTE ;
BARNEY SPENCER, Phone 431
Personal Service to all.
and Caskets Delivered.
217 West Broadway
J. E. KA VAN AUG II
The annual meeting of the stock
holders of the Carroll Motors Com
pany will be held at the offices of the
company, in ucaia, f ia, on Wednes
day, January 19th, israi, at iu o'ciock
a. m. K. K. uarrou, fresiaent.
Attests A. A. Griffin,
Vice President and Acting Sec'y.
Ocala, Fla., December 5, 1921. tf
The annual meeting of the stock
holders of the Commercial Bank of
Ocala will be held at the office of said
bank in Ocala, Florida, on the 11th
day of January, 1921, at 3 p. m. for
tte purpose oi electing a board of
directors for the ensuing year, and
transaction of such business as may
regularly come before said meeting.
Vice President and Cashier.
Ocala, Fla., Dec. 20, 1920. 4t-mon
NOTICE, MEMBERS W. C. T.'U.
A meeting of the W. C. T. U. is call
ed for Tuesday, January 11th, at 3:30
o'clock at the Presbyterian church.
The annual election of officers,, plans
for the year's work and other impor important
tant important matters are to be attended to. All
ladies interested are invited and urg urged
ed urged to attend. Mrs. J. L. Edwards,
FARM FOR SALE
Farm of 160 acres of good new
ground containing the rich Scott
spring hammock, situated two miles
from Ocala on hard road, improved
with dwelling and all out buildings.
Will sell at a bargain. Address, C.
P. Howell, Box 188, Ocala, Fla, 31-30t
: C Cecil Bryant
Accounting and Andlting
PHONE 332 I
oiKc Start the New Year
'.O?. . T.
V X II l. 11 JTUUI CJTC9 UWU"
have them ex-
.v amined. Make this your
r,w resolution for 1921.
DR. K. J. WEIHE,
Optometrist and Optician
' REASONABLE CHARGES
We repair all makes of cars and
pecialize on Maxwell, Chalmers and
GEO. J. WILLIAMS
Formerly Carroll Motor Company
Garage, Osceola St.
Arrival and departure of passengti
trains at OCALA UNION STATION.
The following schedule figures pub
lished as information and not guar
(Eastern Standard Time)
SEABOARD AIR LINE RAILROAD
2:15 am Manatee- 4:05 pm
:15 am Tampa 2:10 am
2:15 am Manatee- 4:17 pm
:05 pm Tampa-St. Petrsbrg 4:17 pm
ATLANTIC COAST LINE R. R.
2:12 pm Jacksonville-NTTork 2:48 am
1:45 pm Jksonville-Gainsville 3:35 pn?
6:42 am Jksonville-Gnesville 10:13 am
2:40 am SLPetsbrg-Lakeland ,2:12 m
3:35 pm StJeUbrg-Lakeland 1:25 pro
7:10 am 'Dunnellon-Wilcox
am Tynnpllnn-IJceland 11:03 nm
I nm HArnnuim 1 ;30 nm
10:13pm Leesburg 6:42 am
4:45 pm Gainesville 11:50 am
,. 'Monday, Wednesday. Friday.
Tuesday. Thursday. Saturday.
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By a Lieutenant
United States Navy
KIPLING might write" "a stirring
paragraph about polishing brass
on a battleship. O. Henry could at
least drag a laugh out of the subject.
Any sailorman could drag a laugh out
of a hitching post Just trying to de describe
scribe describe brlghtwork and what it means
to his brine-soaked souL
The American battle fleet used to be
white. On the cruise around the
world in 1909 foreigners marveled at
our cleanliness. The ships were Ilka
great floating advertisements for soma
washing compound. "They even sin eft
clean exclaimed an Australian,
i Tidiness is all right and so Is health healthful
ful healthful well-alredness. But warfare against
filth can be carried too far. After the
Spanish-American, war the eternal Ir Irritation
ritation Irritation of painting and scrubbing and
polishing coupled 'with iron bound
rules to preserve the virgin purity of
what had been painted, scrubbed, and
polished, nearly drove men to distrac distraction.
tion. distraction. This one thing was said to have
been responsible for more than 75 per
cenf of desertions at that time.
Finally war paint was. adopted In
place of white. Rails and upper works
were also gray. Even guns, once, so
beautifully polished, now faded Into
the misty background of the sea ho horizon.
rizon. horizon. Battle lanterns and search
lights were black. Gangways were
dull shellaced. Every effort was made
to assure cleanliness, but without be being
ing being finicky or foppish. All surfaces
were made dull that could be. Today
"brlghtwork call" on the bugle at
8:15 a. m. means more than half an
hour of overhauling than of actual
The whole ship Is divided into clean cleaning
ing cleaning stations. During the morning
watch from 5:30 to 7:30 the men
sweep and scrub paintwork, canvas,,
decks, masts and other parts. The
period from 8 :15 to 8 :45 Is merely a
In the engine and dynamo rooms
there Is a good deal of metal surface
to be shined. But this Is considered In
the class with scrubbing on deck. How However,
ever, However, outdoor machinery, such as
winches, cranes, and capstans have
small unpalnted parts which are pol polished
ished polished at "brlghtwork time.
Wood can also be brightwood. In
fact this term has come to signify any
surface unpalnted. For instance the
gunwales (edges or rails) of boats are
no longer varnished. They are scrub
bed, bleached In the sun, and sand sandpapered
papered sandpapered until softly white and smooth.
Working parts of a gun are polish
ed, but the barrel Is painted dull gray.
A concession to 6hlnlness is made by
using gray enamaf. pr by oiling the
It's not hard work though, and
there Is something In It that appeals
to the men. A few bright spots change
the whole ship's appearance. It Is like
the single pearl in the dark tie of a
well-dressed man's apparel.
Jack might .not entirely agree. But
his esthetic, taste is less stunted than
he tries to pretend.
POISE is man's greatest social gift.
Awkwardness marks the clod.
Equilibrium' of mind and mental atti attitude,
tude, attitude, grace of bearing and manner, are
characteristics of a gentleman the
And. strangely enough, of an engine
"It's alive!" spectators cried when
the first steam mechanism kicked side side-wise
wise side-wise and snorted. It was.,. But that
was all. For Its basic lack of balance
made it no more than the abysmal
brute ancestor of our great race of
'modern steam machineries.
Watt's engine nearly shook the
laboratory windows out. Bob Fulton's
"baby" snatched pitch from his ves vessel's
sel's vessel's seams by such vibration as a
nervous earthquake couldn't Imitate.
At that time centrifugal force was
the dark horse of steam design. Mo Mo-ments
ments Mo-ments that Is leverages of rotating
masses were the wild tribe of early
mechanical construction. Often and
often would they descend on a peace peaceful
ful peaceful habitation of cranks and wheels
and wreck the whole contraption. En Engines
gines Engines ran, but for how long was a mat matter
ter matter of luck.
"Earlier types did fairly well because
their speed was nothing to brag about.'
During the Civil war the Navy de department
partment department built the Wampanoag for the
purpose of cleaning put Johnny Reb's
swift commerce destroyers. But her
knees knocked together too hard.
She averaged the then startling
speed of 18 knots on her trial trip. The
engine made only 30 turns per min minute.
ute. minute. By heavy gearing a speed of 75
revolutions was transmitted to the pro
peller shaft. (Contrast this with mod modern
ern modern turbines going about. 1,000 r. p. m.)
But poise was there not, and a cruel
not it was. Her wooden sides trem
bled. Her whole body became palsied
like a great-grandmother who's eatm
too many ice-cream sodas as a girt.
But genius was not to be beaten so
easily. (Is the succeeding 40 years ro rotative
tative rotative speed increased tenfold and
power jumped every rear.
" MOON s
R. TAXPAYER, attention I Ana
all you poor brow-beaten people
of the streets especially residential
streets. And pacifists, antl-mllitarlsta,
and other autochthon! c landcrabs: I
bring a message of cheer. The gov government
ernment government from first to last Is accus accustomed
tomed accustomed to pay some $40,000 toward the
entire and final education of a naval
officer. In many ways Annapolis is the
grandest educational Institution in the
world. And yet. even with all this
frightful expense, a vital point la over overlooked.
looked. overlooked. One sad example win suffice. He was
a graduate ensign.' For four long
years he had been molded Into the
bold, resourceful type of youth a war warship
ship warship hires. By choice he had relin relinquished
quished relinquished high marks In engineering and
had concentrated on the enthralling
subject of navigation.
He soon perceived the popular fal fallacy
lacy fallacy of believing that only sun and
stars are used in piloting frisky fleets
about the wet parts of our globe. The
dear old cheesy moon, is no less im
With the sun, for instance, latitude
north or south of the equator is far
more easily obtained than longitude
or time. But by a simple twist of the
mathematical wrist one may measure
a star's distance from the man in the
moon and thereby set one's clock to a
second at any time of the night.
Again there is tb matter of occul occulta
ta occulta tlons. These are eclipses of stars.
Try one yourself some clear night.
From time to time a fat star goes
behind the moon. If you note the time
then, and again when it emerges, the
mean of the two will be the moment
by your watch at which the. star was
in line with the moon's center. By
comparing this time with a list the
naval observatory publishes you may
discover the exact error of your Inger-
The moon can be observed In the
daytime as well as the sun. That she
Is wan and pale is an advantage in
being less trying ja the eyes. Both
latitude and longitude are to be got
All of which the graduate ensign
learned at a cost of thousands of
tax-bled dollars. And yet. alas, when
he took a furlough to rest from his
labors he discovers (too late) that he'd
never been taught one fearful truth
about the moon:
That a moon makes moonlight. And
that in moonlight a maiden fair is
fairer than ever. And-
WelL he has two satellites by now.
waen a giri oecomes a woman,
when a woman becomes a mother
and when a woman
passes through the
changes of middle
' Iff a r that thn
rrt. I penoas oi uie wnen
I rw TXA(MAia rA
a icivc o a a f ui"
lite Prescription Is
most needed. Many
testify just as does
Raphine. Va. "I
took Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescrip
tion about two ye.ars ago during ex
pectancy and got along fine better
than any other time. I was 111 only
two hours, or maybe less. I am the
mother of seven children." MRS. J.
I. II AU BURTON, R. F. D. 1.,
Send 10c for large trial package of
Favorite Prescription Tablets to Dr.
Pierce's Invalids' Hotel, Buffalo, N.T.
GUEST CHARGED FOR INSULT
This French Hotel Proprieter Surely
Went the Limit In the Matter Matter-(
( Matter-( ef Extortion.
"Many stories are told," said Cot
Elllston P. Masters at a Fort Sheri
dan tea, "of French extortions. But
the worst I have heard was related to
me by anN army friend.
"He wentfto a hotel In Paris with
out making a bargain about rates and
dined altogether at restaurants with
"One evening, as he .was starting
out as usual, the proprietor accosted
him In the hall and Inquired!
! hope you're dining with us -to
night. monsieurT .
-No,' my friend answered, 1 have
"The proprietor, with a despairing
gesture, exclaimed :
"It is an Insult to the establish
ment, monsieur, never to dine here.
"Not at all, my friend answered,
and thought no more of the matter.
"But when he came to pay his ho
tel bill, although he had not eaten
any meals there? be found tljls Item:
"Twelve dinners 350 francs.".
"But I took no dinners here, the
guest protested to the proprietor;
you remarked about that to me your
"I know you didn't, was the re re-nlr.
nlr. re-nlr. Had you taken those dLiners
the price would only have been 230
"And what are the extra hundred
"For the Insult, monsieur for the
The Variously Valuable Shark.
Sharks are now prized for their
skin by manufacturers of shoes and j
leather articles. Special seines have
been constructed with which te catch
the man-fish, and as many as 200
day have been captured. One hide,
says Experimental Science, will pro produce
duce produce 10 to 40 square feet ef leather.
The liver of the shark yields upen
boiling with water a valuable eO. used
In mining glue, soap, palata and medi medicines.
cines. medicines. The meat Is white, resembling
halibut, and Is edible. t
TiFe Prices Redncei I
DIAMOND Non-Skid. 30x3.
old price $20 00, now
DIAMOND Plain. 30x3.
old price $17.60. now
6.000 Mile Guarantee
FEDERAL, FISK AND DIAMOND TUBES
NEW PRICES Overhauling Ford motor $16.
Overhauling Ford rear end. $5 for time.
Grinding Ford valves, $3.1
J AS. ENGESSER, Proprietor ,'
Phone 25 5 West Broadway
SUGAR, per lb ....10c
Best Head Rice, per lb 12c
Nine pounds for $1.00
Best Blue Rose Rice, per lb. 10c
Eleven pounds for f 1.00
P. & G. and Octagon Soap, three
cakes for 25c
Rumford Bakiifg Powder,
one-lb. cans ..... .......30c
Cleaneasy Soap 4 cakes for. 25c
Pearline, Grandma. Lighthouse
. and Octagon Wash Pwdr..5c
Seafoam Wash Powder 4 for. 25c
Jello per package....... 15c
Cream Powder, two for 25c
Three cans No. 2 size Premier
Three cans No. 2
Corn for 85c
Reddick Peanut Butter lb... 30c
Four-lb. Buckets ........ .$L20
Eight-lb. Buckets $20
All other Groceries as Low as Good Quality
and Full Weight will allow.
FARMERS' EXCHANGE STORE
I .m. -w-
; CIVIL ENGINEERS AND SURVEYORS
Licensed under the laws of the State of Florida
Surveys Plats Reports
Highways Drainage Phosphate
Capt. Edward Drake is associated
with us and in charge of our Phos Phosphate
phate Phosphate Mine and Plant Department.
Offices, 33-31 Bolter BIdg.
. OCALA FLORIDA
Negotiable Storage Receipts
MOVE, PACK, SHIP
. FURNITURE, ETC
Seymour Automotive Co.
I Stewart Ifflotor Im&s
; MADE IN SEVEN SIZES
llnrpby Garage, N. llain SL
.. Ocala, Florida' :
Advertise and get Resiilts
These Prices j
Argo Starch three for. .....25c
Pure lard in bulk and in three
and five-pound buckets.
Breakfast Bacon Squares lb. 35c
White Bacon ........ .22c
By the Side ...,21e
Lard Compound per Jb.....l5c
Maxwell House Coffee lb.... 40c
Klim, 1-lb. size... ...95c
Klim, 2-lb size.. 1L90
Klim, 5-lb. size ..(3X0
Meal and Grits. 6Vs lbs 25c
Fresh eggs always on hand!
Our eggs are guarantied.
Henry Clay Flour.
, Pillsbury and Gold Medal
New Syrup in pints, quarts,
two quarts and in bulk.
Phone No. 54J
Issued oa Cotton, AatowebfW, XT2c
LONG DISTANCE CO '.IIS
OCALA EVENING STAB, MONDAY. JANUARY 10, 1920
you have any "society items,
phone to five-one.
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Tydings are
tpending a few days in Tampa.
Jake Goldman has treated himself
fer.d family to a classy Buick six.
. Seafood, always to be bad fresh at
.Oity FISH Market, 9 Ft. King Are. tf
. Mrs. C. J. Hodges and daughter of
Inglis were shoppers in Ocala for the
jiay. : . ..
Mrs.L C. Bell and children of
Hernando spent today in the city with
Chuck steak 20c., link sausage 30c,
? sausage meat j 20c., 'hamburger steak
25c. Cook's Market and Grocery.
Phone 243. 7-tf
'Mrs. Carl Somners of Citra was u
well known business visitor in town
: Mrs. Annie Van" Deman left this
afternoon for a visit at Green Springs,
your pictures to us to be
Roberts & Spencer. Phone
i Mr.-E. L. Wartmann lef yesterday
for Tampa, to attend a meeting of the
board, of control.
Mr. Bernard Koonce spent the
week-end in the city with his mother,
Mrs. J. C. B. Koonce and other rela
'Prompt service and fair prices'
cur'motto. Cook's Market and Groc
ery. Phone 243. 7-tf
Mrs. J. R. Burdette arrived Saturday
. from Sandersonville, Ga. to join Mr,
Burdette, who is with the Auto Sales
" Mrs.. Mamie Hall and children, Mr.
and Mrs. R. S. Hall and the latters
sister,'Miss Nellie Bain of Greens Greensboro,
boro, Greensboro, N. C. returned yetserday af t-
ernpon from a week's motor trip to
points of interest on the east coast.
Just received one of the best selection o!
PiCTURE MOLDINGS ever shown- in
Ocala. Call and see
ITS A SCREAM!
Surpasses "Twin Btds9 and Fair and
: VaInc,, as a Lauoii Promoter
n . .
THE SELWYNS Will Srv
A CHAKMrSG aNTTDOTB FOB JKAWMTS HTTSBANOS
AND A SURE-FIRE REMEDY FOB THE "B1XES"
ROI COOPER MEGRUE'S
JjCElICarTFUl. COMEDY DIRECT "FROM
m.lljyc XXUUrnt THUTKJS HKW l((Uk m
A Great Broadway Cast including
Millicent Hanley, J. VV. Cowell
v Margaret Tyler
One solid year ia NeW York. Original Production
. and Eliects.
50c, 77c, $1.00,
l t : K ? Seals on Sale al Court
Mrs. Wolfe of New Orleans arriv
ed in the city this afternoon to spend
three weeks as the guest of Mrs. Jack
Good wholesome body materials
vith just the right quantity of sugar
and cinnamon make our cinnamon
rolls "delicious." Federal Bakery. 6t
Mr. Wayne Ten Eyck went yester
day to Tampa, where he will appear
before the state examining board for
Mrs. Ethel Johnson, after a brief
visit in Ocala, returned yesterday
afternoon to Jacksonville for an in indefinite
definite indefinite stay.
Salt and fresh water fish, oysters,
hrimp, etc. at City FISH Market,
9 Ft. King Ave- phone 158. 27-tf
Mrs. Grace Long, accused of forg
ing Mrs. Martha Williams name to
seyeral checks, will have a hearing
Mr. James Leslie of Bushnell has
returned to his home after spending
the holidays 'very pleasantly as the
guest of Mr. and Mrs. F. G. B. Weihe.
Dont fail to visit the Guarantee
Clothing & Shoe Company. Every Every-thing
thing Every-thing we sell is, guaranteed. We're
fighting for QUALITY not prices, tf
Mrs. Leverett Futch and son, Sim
mons returned yesterday afternoon
from a two week's visit in St. Peters
burg, the guests of Dr. and Mrs. Hugh
Mrs. Slattery of Athens, Ohio, ar
rived in the city a few days before
Christmas to spend the winter at the
home of her daughter, Mrs. Frank
Logan and family.
They are "light as a feather," says
one of our customers in speaking of
our rolls, insist upon navmg reaerai
bread and rolls. 6-6t
Messrs. A. R. Sandlin and W. R.
Mathews of Leesburg; live workers in
the citrus industry, were hi town to
day, on their way to inspect the or
ange groves of Citra. v
Abruzzi seed rye, $4 per bushel.
Rust proof seed oats, $1.50 per basket
Ocala Seed Store, 22-tf
them Phone 350
ONE NIGHT T .-jit)
THURSDAY cUSlllo 16
A BTTH !K MUD TFAB A
$1.50 and $2.00
gr .1, i .. &
jo m :v.-.-v jw www
Miss Evelyn McAteer, after a'
week-end visit to her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Sam McAteer. returned yester-
illness, is able to be up and out aga.n.
Mr. Stephens has resigned from the
police force and will take a position in
R. S. Hall's new service station.
1 19 Maxwell truck, Al shape; reas
onable and terms if desired. Spencer
Pedrict Motor Co. 29-tf
Miss Maggie Lytle has returned to
Maryville, Temu, after spending the
holidaysin this city with her mother,
Mrs. Frank Lytle and at Stanton with
her brother, Dr. Lytle, and family.
The women's missionary society of
the Christian church, holds its, Jan-
rary meeting at te church .tomorrow
r.t 3 p. m. Mrs. Cappleman leader,
All ladies of the church cordially in
Abruzzi seed rye, $4 per bushel.
Rust proof seed oats, $1.50 per bushel.
Ocala Seed Store. 22-tf
Mrs. Janitte Bryant of Calhoun,
Ga., who is spending several weeks
at Oxford with Mrs. Stapp, was in the
c'ty Saturday, the guest of Miss Don-
nie Protcor. Mrs. Bryant is the
mother of Dr. Roy H. Bryant, who is
well known in Ocala.
Mr. and Mrs. G. Ira Singleton and
daughter, Miss Louise Singleton, ar
rived in the city last evening from
Inverness for a visit with Mrs. Sin Singleton's
gleton's Singleton's brother-in-law and x sister.
Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Kelsey, at their
home on West Fourth street, Spring Springfield.
field. Springfield. Times-Union.
Don't fail to visit the Guarantee
clothing & Shoe Company. Every Every-hing
hing Every-hing we tell is guaranteed. We're
.ghting for QUALITY not prices, tf
Mr. and Mrs. John T. Lewis of Ok Ok-lawaha
lawaha Ok-lawaha and their pretty little daugh daughter,
ter, daughter, were in town shopping the other
day. f The young lady marched into
a millinery store, selected a classy
hat and wore it away proudly. John,
unlike most pas, seemed rather proud
to pay for the hat. '
Dont fail to visit the Guarantee
Gothing & Shoe Company. Every Everything
thing Everything we sell is guaranteed. We're
fighting for QUALITY not prices, tf
The baseball enthusiasts of the city
are called to a meeting at the board
of trade 'hall at 7:30 tomorrow eve evening,
ning, evening, to 'discuss ways and means to
promote the national sport in this
city this spring and summer. All in
terested in baseball should be pres present.
ent. present. 1916 seven-passenger Buick. Good
paint. Good tires. Very reasonable.
Terms if desired. Spencer-Pedrick
Motor Co. 10-tfQ
The most exciting and interesting
event of the week "will be the basket
ball game Saturday afternoon at the
high school court' between Ocala and
Duval. Everybody wants to see the
game. It promises to be a good one
and there should be a large crowd of
boosters present to show our girls
that we have confidence in them.
C V. Roberts is framing pictures
and hasn't left Ocala. Phone 350. 6t
Louis Lang has had a taxidermist
bear he killed on his last hunt and is
ber he killed on his last hunt and is
carrying it around showing it to his
admiring friends. It's as hard as a
brick, and a slap from it, when it was
attached to the bear and both were in
good order, would have t-een second
only to a kick, from a mule.
FOR SALE-Thoroughbred Collie
pups, eligible to registration. Ap Apply
ply Apply to Berry. Carter, Route A,
Ocala, Fla. 10-6t
ilark Temple's business at the
American Cafe, at the unionisation,
has greatly grown. He has had to
inclose part of his front piazza in
order to-make a needed addition to
his dining room, which is crowded
eevry meal time not only with rail railroad
road railroad men and travelers, but many of
the town and county people.
Have your old mirrors re-silvered
We do it promptly and at reasonable
prices. All work guaranteed. Ocala
Mirror Plating Works. Walter Yonge,
proprietor. PbMie 604. 17-tfj
' j o K ,. .1
Mr. and Mrs. A. S. Pickett, at
... v k. , I
their home out on the Bhtchton road,
gave a very pleasant party Friday
evening, in honor of their daughter,!
Miss Lucretia Pickett- Many were'
present, mostly from homes in the
vicinity, but some from Ocala and
more distant points. The evening
passed away with dancinrj and finish finished
ed finished with a fine supper, which was
gteatly enjoyed by the guests.
Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Nolan, daugh-
ter. Miss Eunice, son, Mr. Charles
Nolan, and a friend. Miss Marion
jpect to take a hunting trip in .Gulf
i Hammock before they return home.
j Fresh oysters and full lite of fresh
j vegetables and fruits at all times.
. Cook's Market and Grocery. Phone
While visiting in the city during
the holidays, grandma declared that
Federal Bread had that honest to
goodness home-made taste. 5-6t
The following Saturday shoppers
and visitors were noted on the streets
jMr. and Mrs. Frank, Haviland, Belle
vew; Dr, B. H. Tanner and Mr. Louis
Weihe end Mrs. George W. Shephard,
Belleview; Miss Emma Zeigler, Low Lowell;
ell; Lowell; Mr. J. S. Williams, Cotton Plant;
Messrs. J. R. Nettles and W. O. Bre Brewer.
wer. Brewer. Romeo; Mrs. H., Shivers, Sum Sum-merfield.
merfield. Sum-merfield. When you buy fish from us they are
Iressed ready for cooking. Oysters
and shrimp. City FISH Market, No.
No.-!) Ft. King Ave., phone 158. 27-tf
Hospitality day at the Woman's'
Oub will begin tomorrow afternoon American stage, were brought to light
at 3 o'clock and all visitors to the city bT wreckers working on the recon recon-ere
ere recon-ere cordially invited to come and en- i tructlon of the 'famous jfd Walnut
;oy a social afternoon as the guests of' Street Theater, at Philadelphia Pa,
f, k r v, ik ruMix ; the oldest playhouse In the United
iivnivi kj vas viuu. a uuac tail
ing light Refreshments served should,
see Mrs. Mary Perdue. These weekly
entertainments, to which the visitors
ci the town are special honor guests,
have Drove n ouite mirf psfnl anil
A comnlet. lin nf Knm.-f.n.An.l
Ai punwv t nr nmr!
Jecan roiia at me ourt rnarmacy. m
Mrs. Julia D. Hemphill, 46 years of,
ago, wife of Mr. F. E. Hemphill, died!
rt her home in Juliette at an early
hour Saturday morning. Mrs. Hemp Hemphill
hill Hemphill had been 111 for three years and
her death was rot unexpected. The
funeral services rtil e held this aft afternoon,
ernoon, afternoon, at 4 o'clock from the Baptist
church in Duneilor, where interment
will take place. LVan R. Pyles & Co
funeral directors, have charge of the
Mr. Elisha Clemmons, an old resi resident
dent resident of Sparr, died at his home early
Sunday .morning. His many friends
vll be grieved to- hear of his death.
Mr. Clemmons was a prosperous
farmer and had lived most of his life
on the farm. He is survived by eight
children, five girls and three boys.
The funeral services were held at his
late residence this morning, and in interment
terment interment was made in the Anthony
cemetery. Rev. Boatright officiated.
Sam R. Pyles & Co. had charge of the
The Ocala friends of MrsJ. W. Mc Mc-Collum
Collum Mc-Collum of Gainesville, president of
the Florida Federation of Women's
Clubs, will learn with much interest
of the accepted invitation that was'ex was'ex-tended
tended was'ex-tended her through Mrs. W. S. Jen Jennings
nings Jennings to -serve on the executive com committee
mittee committee of the.U. S. training corps
camp located at, .Asheville", N. C.
Mrs. Bickett, wife of Gov. Bickett of
North Carolina, is the commandant.
This appointment is a great honor to
Florida and the state is exceedingly
fortunate in being represented by
such a prominent woman as Mrs. Mc Mc-Collum.
Collum. Mc-Collum. There are to be five training
camps in the United Stages and Mrs.
Jennings is very anxious that Florida
furnish one of these camps and it
has been Intimated to her that if the
women of Florida could secure a
camp ground large enough in a desir desirable
able desirable portion of the state and donate
ft me, it would help matters along
considerably towards Florida secur securing
ing securing a winter camp. .
JAPANESE AVERSE TO CHANGE
Idea That They Would Take Kindly
to American-Built Houses Proved
to Be Wrong.
' With the double bope of business
sic.es and social service, a certain
firm in Japan some years ago began
the lniirt jtlou of American-made
movable houses on a large scale. The
houses, the firm believed, would offer
very romfcirtahle and coxy little homes
at reasonable prices to the salary-earning
classes of Nippon and would bring
about a great Improvement In the do do-imsHK
imsHK do-imsHK life of 'the Japanese.
The enterprise, well-meaning as It
unlouniil.v was. turned out to be a
failure. It was like an everzeatous
, but enlightened missionary trying to
impose the dogmas of Christianity on
twarhen. regard I e of the Utters
idea ,e,tramenr and history. The
Jaane hare their own customs,
modes of liTlng and traditions, which.
irresiiice of whether they be good
or bad. nr dear to their bearta and
bani to Kiv up in a fortnight. Homes
are the "most basic of Institutions,
and house construction Is the result
of centuries of home life to a nation.
To try, to imluce the Japanese to give
up thfir. houses Immedlatelx an4 dwell
A Strong Witness
Natcher, Miss. "The test med-
fcirK and as a tonic
LV eoufe.i and eas
AH JLj-' lnnxs. and It was
TH : -I always keep Dr.
Pierce's Pleasant Pellets in my borne
for use when needed. I have giver
them to my children since th?y wer?
uito smaU. They can be given witl
safety to the smallest child, owint
to their be ins free from any ia.kii
drug. Ttey re-vlate the stomacL
liver aTid hovels in a mild! bnl ve:
elective way. I inr.o? ncik.te
higbi7 ci Dr. Pie-ie's iJfti.oi.'.j."-'
J!;;S. J. CILPilTT. ili it. C-t
!, ,K m .n
Japanese ways of feellngtiellevlng
and thinking, and to adopt occidental
ways of behavior. It U preposter preposterous.
ous. preposterous. East and West News.
MEMENTOES OF GREAT ACTOR
Diary of Junius Brutua Booth and
Other Interesting Relic Ar
- Found In Old Theater.
Diaries and relics Af Jnntns Brnrna
Booth, fa mors la the annals of the
AwTy up In the eaves, and there was
n0 evidence to show how they were
put there, were two big hampers of
wicker, falling to pieces from age. Tne
theater's manager had a ladder nut UD.
and he and a workman started to as-
The ladder bro$e and the workman
had so me ribs fractured, but the ham-
pers, when finally brought down.
proTed well wortD trouble.
The vr ftill et nli)Hnu MatnmM.
diary of the famous actor, a license
for Booth's, father to practice law.
signed by the king of England, and a
collection of old playbills and pro
grams that are invaluable today.
Alongside the hampers, resting
across two beams, was a big. thin slab
of marble. It was found to be a litho
graph stone on which were made the
pictures advertising John Sleeper
Arc and Microscope.
Before the Royal Microscopical so society
ciety society In London there was described a
method of photographing objects mag magnified
nified magnified by the microscope. The tight of
the electric arc Itself Is employed,
that of the Incandescent lamp being
shielded; the light itself Is filtered,
and thus a powerful monochromatic
light, at the extreme limit of visibil visibility.
ity. visibility. Is obtained. f L
With this light excellent photographs
of minute objects, under a magnifica magnification
tion magnification of 2100 diameters, were made and
exhibited upon a screen. The ex ex-perimenter
perimenter ex-perimenter suggested that lenses spe specially
cially specially corrected for the' ultra-violet
rays would enable photography to do
for the microscope what it has already
j done for the telescope. New York
Peanut Gain In Popularity.
Mere than "2.000.000 acres In this
country were planted with peanuts
last year. The demand for them Is
Increasing by leaps and bounds. They
are one of the most nutritious foods
known to man. one pound of them
(shelled) containing nearly Iialf a
pound of fat and a quarter of a pound
of protein, both high grade and read readily
ily readily dlgestibleT For running the body
machine they are three time .as effi efficient
cient efficient as an equal weight of beef and
five times as efficient as an equal
weight of eggs.
Peanuts yield a sweet, wholesome
cooking oIL A bushel of them in the
shell win produce a gallon of eOL
Many lard substitutes new sold and
popular are peanut oil converted Into
a solid fat.
' ,. May Combine Language.
It will be of interest not only to
students of philology tn general butr to
anyone who has wondered why Nor Norway,
way, Norway, Denmark and Sweden waste so
much time through having three differ
ent languages to know that Adolf No-
reen. long professor of philology at
TJpsala. has started a movement to
bring the three languages more dose-"
ly together. Ills task Is stupendous,
but since he, is a philologist himself he
may usher In the day when a drama
written by a Dane can be played In
Stockholm, without being translated.
RothschUd Best Tip.
In 1871 a friend approached Baron
Rothschild, the great financier, who
was a firm believer in the maxim -Bay
when everybody else is selling and
ell when others are buTlng." and
asked what the banker eons! dc red a
Buy. French rentes," said Roths Rothschild;
child; Rothschild; you can .get them cheaply
now." French bonds were then selling
"But the streets ef Paris are run running
ning running with blood." objected hi friend.
That's the reason you can buy ;
them cheaply," replied the money
A quarter of a century later In 18P6
these bonds were selling at 105 and
were considered as perhaps the most
conservative Investment In the world.
Wall Street JournaL
WANTED, LOST, FOUND. F02
SALE, FOR RENT AND SIM- -ILAR
Ratea: Six lines, maximum, one time,
23c; three times, 50c; six times, 75c;
one-month. $3. Payable ia advance.
WANTED Twenty-five wbodchop-
pers to cut pine wood; pay $1 a
cord. Apply to T. S. Mathews, Or Orange
ange Orange Lake. Fla. 5ct
'"OR SALE Full blood Poland China
boar. Herlong stock. R. ET Smed Smed-ley,
ley, Smed-ley, Santos, Fla. 4$t
TOR SALE Two -story ten room
house with all modern improve improvements,
ments, improvements, at No. 303 N. Main St. For
further information, apply to Mrs.
W. T. Cole, 416 South Third St,
WOOD Oak and pine, cu t to any
lengxn; delivered n short notice.
Phone Mrs. E. L. Howell. Oak,
IHERO-COLA WOODYARD We are
prepared to furnish oak or pine
wood for either stove or fireplace
on short notice.. We deliver your
money's worth promptly. Give us a
trial order. Chero-Cola Wood yard,
phone 167. 25-lm
OARD AND ROOMS In private
family. Hot and cold running water
in rooms. Call at No. 22 North San Sanchez
chez Sanchez St. Mrs. F. W. Broderick.
phone 306. 23-tf
SALE 1500 budded
trees. Pineapple and Parson Brown,
one year old budded on five year old
our roots; from 2 to 5 ft. high.
Price, 60c and 75c Write me or
see me at H. B. Masters Co. L. E.
Cordrey, Ocala, Fla. 15-lia
FOR SALE 1919 7-rassenger Buick
touring car; 90-day mechanical
guarantee! Spenctfr-Pedrick Motor
. Company. zotl
' WOOD Giles Wood Yard. Season Season-Jd
Jd Season-Jd oak or pine wood, for either stove
jr fireplace; $1 and $2 per load. Yard
orner South Main and Third streeta.
Tione 112. 15-lm
FOR SALESix room house with
large lot on South Orange street.
(The Gamble place). Apply to Jer Jerry
ry Jerry Burnett's tailor shop." or phone
FARM WANTED-Would like to
hear frem owner that has farm for
saje in Marion county. Give loca location,
tion, location, description and price in first
letter. Address, "Farmer," care
Ocala Evening Star. 3-18t.
FOR SALE Five room house and
bath room, large lot, in fine neigh neighborhood,
borhood, neighborhood, Wf nona street,' near high
school. Price very low. L M. Mur Murray,
ray, Murray, Holder block, Ocala. G-t
FOR SALE Pretty bungalow on East
Fourth street, six. rooms with al
modern conveniences and a garage.
Terms attractive., Price lew. L. M. M.Murray,
Murray, M.Murray, Holder block, Ocala. C-Ct
f OR SALE Six room house and lot,
216 West Fourth St. Easy terms.
See owned, 504 South Lime street,
Ocala, Fla. 7t
WANTED To buy. a Singer sewing
machine. Must be in good condition
and cheap. Address Box 353, Ocala.
FOR SALE House and lot;, large,
double-front two-acre lot; several
pear and pecan trees; two-story,
nine-room house (tome large rooms)
complete bath fixtures installed last
summer; hot and cold water in kit- -l
chen sink and bath; also soft wal
ter in kitchen. Good large garage
and barn, with two stables; hen
house and servant's house. Price
reasonable. Write P. O. Box 180,
Ocala, Fla, or call at 1145 South
Orange St, 7-ct
LOST Tuesday night in the city.
crank fof Oakland six. Reward by.
returning to Star, office. 8-U1
IX) ST Pair gold rimmed eyeglasses,
: between 730 South Third street and
. Frank's store. Return to. Miss Maud
Blalock at Frank's store and get re reward.
ward. reward. 8-3 1
LOST 30x34 tire on steel Chevrolet
rim; 'between Ocala and Lake Weir
Sunday. Suitable reward by return returning
ing returning to Oca'a Auto & Garage Com-.
FOR SALE Large property on Fort
King avenue, 2-room residence
with baths on each Soor. Some
, r..7y furniture noes with place.
Property fronts three streets. A
wonderful opportunity for an apart apartment
ment apartment proposition or fo.- building on
vacant portion of p;cperty. For
price and terms, address Box COS,
Ocala. Fla. 10-Ct
I.OST Right hand black ki.f glove, glove,-Sunday
Sunday glove,-Sunday afternoon between postoSki"
and Fourth street. Phone 442 or
x address 301 Fourth street. Mrs.
Lloyd Colson and receive. reward. lT
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mods:note dates or sequential designation Began in 1895; ceased in 1943.
Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 5 (June 24, 1895).
funding Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: Project #00110855
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mods:dateIssued January 10, 1921
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mods:frequency Daily (except Sunday)
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mods:recordContentSource University of Florida
mods:extent v. : ; 61 cm.
mods:title Ocala weekly star
mods:subject SUBJ651_1 lcsh
mods:geographic Ocala (Fla.)
Marion County (Fla.)
mods:country United States
Ocala evening star
Ocala Evening Star
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