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Title:
The Ocala evening star
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Ocala Evening Star
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Evening star
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Began in 1895; ceased in 1943.
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OCALA

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WEATHER FORECAST
Fair tonight and slight slightly
ly slightly warmer; Friday part partly
ly partly doady and warmer.
TEMPERATURE
This morning, 45.
This afternoon. 60.
VOL. 27
OCALA, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 3. 1921
SO. 28

IRK

it THE ITIIS

10 A Mf EKE
Reaolation Authorizing President to
Issue Such an Invitation Favor Favorably
ably Favorably Reported by House
Committee
(Associated Preasl
Washington, Feb. 3 The resolution
authorizing the president to invite the
nations of the world to send delegates
to a conference to provide for disarm disarmament
ament disarmament was reported favorably by the
House foreign affairs committee to today.
day. today. CONGRESS WAKING UP
The proposed conference would be
held in Washington at the discretion
of the president. This is the first
definite action taken by any congres congressional
sional congressional committee looking to a confer conference
ence conference for general disarmament. t
STRONG WORDS FROM DAWES
Charles Dawes, former head of the
army supply procurement, service in
France, told the House war investi investigating
gating investigating committee today, that its work
was rendered useless through the in injection
jection injection of partisan politics.'
"You cannot put a blotch' on the
army' he said. "What the hell did
we go in for; to steal money ? It was
not a republican or democratic war;
it was an American war."
A BAD FIRE
. Fire broke out today in the north
building of the Georgetown Univer University
sity University and had spread considerably be before
fore before the firemen could get into action.
The fire companies which responded
at the first alarm were unable to cope
with the blaze and a second alarm
called half a dozen additional engine
companies to the scene. The fire was
controlled before the building t had
been seridusly damaged. The struc structure
ture structure is the oldest at the university,
having been built in 1795.
NEGROES INCREASE IN THE
... NORTH
.Negro populations announced by
the census bureau. today are as fol follows:
lows: follows: New Orleans, 100,918, an in increase
crease increase of 13 per cent. Newark. N. J.,
17,010, an increase of 79 per cent.
all bad characters
hate American legion
Attempt to Blow Up Quarters of a
Post at Aberdeen, Wash,
Last Night
(Associated Prss)
. Aberdeen, Wash., Feb. 3. An at attempt
tempt attempt to dynamite the American Le Legion
gion Legion building here last night was
frustrated by Henry G. Lancaster, a
legionaire, who discovered the smok smoking
ing smoking fuse of a package of dynamite
planted beneath a corner of the build
ing and stamped it out. About fifty
member of the American Legion were
' in the building at the time.
. It is believed here that the attempt
is an aftermath of the Central Ar Armistice
mistice Armistice Day murders, when four for former
mer former service men were shot down. The
Aberdeen Legion took part in the
early days of the trial of the slayers
in guarding the county jail at Monte Monte-sano,
sano, Monte-sano, where the seven convicted men
were held.
ILLINOIS FARMER OFFERS
A TEMPTING REWARD
(Associated Press)
: Galva, 111, Feb. 2. The following
want ad. appeared in a local newspa-
per last week:
Strayed Holstein heifer, about ten
. months old. Any information leading
; to her recovery will be rewarded by a
good drink of whisky. A. F. Deem,
supervisor.
Next day Supervisor Deem was
looking over a dozen heifers brought
in by farmers all claiming to have
found the lost animal. All were will
ing to swap a heifer for a drink. Deem
finally located his heifer in the midst.
It had been found by H. C. Sweat, who
' lives a short distance east of Galva.
Sweat's wife objected to his collecting
the reward.
e
Everybody reads the want ads.
you dont believe it, try one in
Star.
If
the
" You will be more than delighted.!
when you try a box of our delicious
Leg Cabin Candy, and our Martha
Washington Candy. THE VOGUE is
at your service.- Phone 580 os 558 for
quick delivery of .our QUALITY ICE
CREAM. 29-tf
Have you heard 2895? I have it in
stock. B. Goldman. 2-tf

PHI'S fUGIIT

ElfJAMIITIC
TO
Will Fry from Arizona to Florida, and
Then Wing His Way Back from
Palm Beach to San Diego
(Associated Press)
Douglas, Ariz., Feb. 3. It was an announced
nounced announced today that Lieut. Pearson
will leave Feb. 7th to fly to Pablo
Beach, Fla., where he is scheduled to
start Feb. 22nd on a trans-continental
flight ot San Diego. Calif. The De De-haviland
haviland De-haviland airplane which Pearson re rebuilt
built rebuilt here for, the coast to coast dash
was tested yesterday. Efforts will be
made to make the flight in 24 hours,
which will require an average speed of
96 miles an hour.
BANK AT LARGO
RAIDED BY BANDITS
Atlantic Coast Line Station Also
Robbed Over $30,000
Carried Off
Largo, Fla, Feb. 3. Thirty thou thousand
sand thousand dollars was taken from the state
bank here this morning and several
hundred dollars from the Atlantic
Coast Line station by bandits who
escaped in an automobile. Two ban bandits
dits bandits held the cashier up at the point
of guns while their companions blew
open the safe." They previously cut
all telegraph and telephone wires en entering
tering entering the town and robbed the depot.
LOCAL LEGISLATION
.The city council met Tuesday night,
Feb. 1st, at the city hall. Meeting was
called to order by President Mclver
with all couricilmen present. Minutes
of the last regular meeting read and
approved.
Sight draft on Ocala National Bank
from BurfdrdHall & Smith for $11, $11,-436.51
436.51 $11,-436.51 was called to the attention of
the council b'ytthe clerk and warrant
was ordered drawn for same together
with freight bill upon arrival of ma machinery,'
chinery,' machinery,' all members voting yea npon
roll call. The amount of freight bill
was ordered charged against the ac account
count account of. Burf ord. Hall & Smith.
Proposals of Ray & Thomson and
W. A. Tinsinan for work to be done in
connection with the white way were
real. Upon motion of Mr. Winer it
was agreed that this work be done
by Ray & Thomson on a 15 per cent
basis, under the supervision of Man Manager
ager Manager McKenzie.
C. G. Rose appeared in regard to
having the city furnish him power.
Assurance was given Mr. Rose that
the city would furnish power provided
he made arrangements to cut-in on
the Blowers line. -
Request of. Henry Gordon to be al allowed
lowed allowed to redeem lot C Caldwell's ad addition,
dition, addition, Ocala', at face value was allow allowed,
ed, allowed, upon roll ealL all members voting
yea.
Louis H. Chazal and J. J. Gerig as
a committee from the Board of Trade
appeared with plan of proposed plaza
at union station. Said plans were
adopted upon motion of Mr. Thomas,
duly carried.- The chair thereupon ap
pointed Mr.-Thomas as special com committee
mittee committee to act .with committe from the
Board of Trade in working out details
with the railroad officials.
Reports of City Health Officer Watt
and Mrs. Cv R. Tydings on rest room
read and filed for information.
An ordinance entitled an ordinance
prescribing the license tax to be paid
by carnivals; defining what shall be
embraced in the word "Carnival" and
requiring a bond from the person or
persons having charge of any carni
val before the same may do business
in the city of Ocala, was introduced
by Mr. Simmons, placed upon first
reading and referred to the head of
I the department of justice.
Upon motion of Mr. Goldman all
bills approved were ordered paid, all
members voting yea upon roll call.
Upon motion of Mr. Winer duly
carried head of department of public
i health was authorized to put in curb
ing along city's property on North
Main street.
Upon motion duly carried the chief
of police was instructed to notify Mr.
J. D. Robertson to remove the brick
piled on sidewalk abutting Oklawaha
avenue, between Main and Osceola
1 streets,
i Council thereupon
next regular meeting.
adjourned till
j We give you delivery service right
NOW. Cook's Market. Phone 24S. 2-8t

PACIFIC

ARGUMENTS FOR

AGAINST

Abrogation of National Wage Agree Agreements
ments Agreements Presented Before Railroad
Labor Board Today
(Associated Prcas
Chicago, 111, Feb. 3. Arguments
against abrogation of the national
wage agreements between the rail railroads
roads railroads and their employes were pre presented
sented presented today to the railroad labor
board. Members of the board indi
cated that a decision may be reached
in executive session Friday.
COHEN'S HIGH DIVE
Plunged Sixteen Stories and
Sprained His Finger
Only
(Associated Press;
New York, Feb. 3. Nathan Cohen,
the structural steel worker who
plunged from the lop of a new sixteen
story building yesterday, reported for
wor ktoday. His fall was broken by
a heavy canvass debris receptacla
stretched from the fifth story. His
little finger was sprained by the fall.
CROWDS OF UNEMPLOYED
DEMONSTRATE IN COPENHAGEN
(Associated Press)
Copenhagen, Feb. 3. A procession
of unemployed estimated to number
48,000 left the city hall here this aft afternoon,
ernoon, afternoon, marching toward parliament
buildings and the king's palace, de demanding
manding demanding work.
Everybody's playing 2895.
today. B. Goldman.
Get it
2-tf j
EXTRA GOLD PRIZE

The Tremendous Interest Aroused Causes The

Star to Add Additional Gold Prize Seventy Seventy-live
live Seventy-live Dollars In Gold to Be Given Candidate

Getting the Most Votes This Period.

CAMPAIGN CLOSES
THE CANDIDATES IN
NAMES
Mrs. Ed. (C.) Carmichael
Mrs. A. R.Douglas
Miss Mamie Fant
Miss Ethel Freeman
Miss Llessie Freyermuth
Mrs. W. H. Hoffman
Miss Estelle Howell
Miss Maude Keefe
Mrs. N. H. Lanier
Mrs. Howard Lee
Miss Katherine Leitner
Miss Ada Fore Marsh
Mrs. Walter Marsh
Miss Edna Norsworthy
Miss Louise Spencer ,..
Miss Yvonne Seckinger
-The treemndous interest aroused
over the Star's big subscription drive
and the excellent work done by the
candidates has caused the publishers
to offer an additional gold prize to
the willing workers. The candidate
securing the largest number of votes
this period, closing at the close of bus business
iness business for the day, Wednesday, Febru Febru-r.ry
r.ry Febru-r.ry 9th, will be awarded $75 in gold.
This prize is extra and in no way con conflicts
flicts conflicts with the distribution of the Teg-
rlar prizes. As one candidate ex expressed
pressed expressed it, "I intend to win the Stude-
baker touring car and the gold prize
also, as $75 will buy a lot of gaso gasoline.
line. gasoline. A candidate may win the gold
and the car too. Bear in mind that
only one week will be given in which
to win the gold prize. The official
judges will award the gold prize to
the candidate securinsr the lanrest
number of votes'up to and including
PAmnre otli
February 9th
NO MORE EXTRA VOTES
As -announced in the last issue of
the Star, no more extra votes will be
allowed during the remaining days of
the contest. This fact was advertised
at the opening of the campaign and
every rule made at the start will be

Oil HIS W TO
ST. AUGUSTINE

Harding Takes His Time, with Fre Frequent
quent Frequent Stops for Golf and
Visits to Friends
(Associates Press)
Fort Lauderdale, Feb. 3. Delayed
by channel obstruction, Mr. Harding's
houseboat pushed its way slowly
northward in the Indian river today
on the second leg of the cruise back
to St. Augustine. The houseboat is
expected to reach Palm Beach late to today,
day, today, where Mr. Harding will play golf
and have dinner ashore at a private
home.
MOTOR TRUCKS BLOWN UP
NEAR DUBLIN BY MINES
(Associated Press)
Dublin, Feb. 3. Four men are dead
as the result of an ambush of police
near here yesterday. Details of the
occurrence have not been received, but J
it is known that two motor trucks
were blown up by a mine set in the
read. This is the first time such a
method of attack has been used
against the crown forces in Ireland.
SUGAR SATURDAY AND MONDAY
13 pounds of sugar for one dollar,
with a. dollar's worth of other groc groceries
eries groceries for cash, Saturday and Monday
only. Phone 377.
dly-3t-tf H. B. WHITTINGTON.
LARD FOR SALE
HOME MADE Lard. See
Ernest
l-6t
Lee, Ocala Route B.
TO

BE GIVEN STAR WORKERS

FEBRUARY 12TH
ALPHABETICAL ORDER
ADDRESS VOTES
Ocala ... ????
Shady ? ? ? ?
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Belleview ....????
Ocala ????
Dunnellon ????
Oak ????
.Ocala ... ? t ? ?
Morriston ...????
Eastlake ????
Ocala ????
Lacota ????
Ocala '. ? ? ? ?
Mcintosh ????
Ocala ". ??7?
Martel ????
adhered to in every respect. From
now to the close of the campaign on
February 12th, only the schedule of
votes published and printed in the
contestants' reecipt books will be al
lowed on subcriyptions. However, the
race promises to be the hardest fought
campaign ever staged in this section
and the candidate who fails to take
advantage of each day may have to
content herself with a minor prize
when a little harder work may have
meant a beautiful Studebaker.
CLOSING RULES OF CAMPAIGN
The closing rules of the campaign
are that all subscriptions taken in
during the closing period of the cam
pnign, from February 9th to the 12th,
must be placed in a sealed envelope
and dropped into a sealed ballot box.
9 opened until alter
I the judges have declared the campaign
officially closed at seven o'clock Sat'
urday evening. All votes in the bal ballot
lot ballot box will be added to those secured
before, and the candidate having the
largest number of votes will be award
ed the Studebaker. touring car, while
the candidates running next in order
will win the other prizes.

IDA

FAIR IS OPEII
Great Crowd on the First Day Splen Splendid
did Splendid Exhibits and an Interest Interesting
ing Interesting Program Assured
(Special to the Star)
Tampa, Feb. 3. With wonderful
weather prevailing, the South Florida
Fair and Gasparilla Carnival opened
today with record crowds, product ex exhibits
hibits exhibits in greater volume and variety
than ever before, including those from
Mexico and Canada, and the finest ar array
ray array of free amusement shows yet pro
duced in Florida. All products were
ready for display and every feature
was presented on time.
Friday is School Day at the fair.
Children in Florida, residents and
visitors, are invited to attend without
charge as guests of the fair associa association,
tion, association, and a special program will be
arranged in their honor.
Saturday is Tourist's Day.
Monday will .be marked by the ai
rival of the nirate crew of r.mngrilli
a water carnival under th .nsni. I
of Rollins College and the Rotary-
press banquet in honor of Florida edi editors
tors editors and distinguished winter visitors,
at the Tampa Bay hotel.
Tuesday is Governor's Day, and
Governor Hardee and other state of officials
ficials officials will attend and deliver speeches.
LAKE WEIR
Lake Weir, Feb. 2. Tuesday night
th;club house opening reception was
a brilliant success. Seventy-two mem
bers and their friends from around
the lake and Ocala kept the social in
terest at top notch for two hours,
when refreshments were served con consisting
sisting consisting of sandwiches, cake and coffee,
in abundance. In the receiving line
to greet the guests were the newly
elected officers and their predecessors,
Mrs. Rheinauer, president; Mrs. Mc-
Cuen, vice president; Mrs. Hall, sec-
retary.treasurer; Mrs. Methvin and
Mrs. Clements, executive committee.
The hall and gentlemen's launging
room were beautifully decorated with
evergreens and roses, due entirely to
the artistic skill of Mrs. McCuen Mrs.
Methvin and her guest from Atlanta,
assisted by Mrs. Rheinauer and
others. The next entertainment on
the program will be a tea Friday eve
ning at 3 o'clock, given by Mrs. Meth
vin and Mrs. Clements. Valentine.
day will be ceelbrated by a "circus'
at 8 o'clock p. m. Clowns and ani
mals from every quarter of the globe
will be on exhibition. Pink lemonade
and peanuts will follow hot wienies
and rye bread. Admission 25 cents.

Everybody come. You will surely get t:n of tabled war veterans,
your money's worth of fun for the old I according to F. W. Galbraith Jr, na na-and
and na-and young. 1 'tional commander of the legion. The

The old time Ananias Club meets
ecvry night m the back room of Mr.
W. J. Westovers mercantile estab establishment
lishment establishment and to redeem themselves for
their-absence from their famines they
have organized a civic society to meet
under the watchful eyes of tiieir wives
and women friends, who are having
the town cleaned np, even the scrub
palmetto and cactus fly as chaff be before
fore before the wind. The ballot for women
is working wonderfully.
Mr. Warren Russell and his mother,
Mrs. George Russell, have sold their

residence here and bought a farm;0 the memorial are being distributed

near Inverness, where they will make
their future home after this week.
Mrs. Russell is one of the pioneers of
Lake Weir and will be greatly missed
by a large circle of friends around the-
lake.
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Church -of Wester.
ly, R. I., who have spent several win winters
ters winters at Lake Weir, have purchased
the Russell home and will occupy it
when they return next falL
Mr. and Mrs. Yeariek of Harris Harris-burg,
burg, Harris-burg, Pa., are pleasantly located in
Mr. Barney Spencer's summer home
until they succeed in purchasing; a
permanent home somewhere on our
beautiful lake.
Mr. and Mrs. Carson Bradford and
two children left this morning for Mi-
ami, where they will be located until
the first of June.
MATTRESSES RENOVATED
We have the machinery and are pre preps
ps preps red to renovate your mattress and
make it as good as new. Work done by
people who know how. Roberts &
Spencer, Exposition St. Phone 350. 6t
Valentine score cards. THE SPE-
CIALTY SHOP, A. E. Gerig. Z-tfi
Have your pictures framed. Phone
os. We will can for them. Roberts &
Spencer, phone 350. l-t

LEGION WILL GIVE

All EIITEBTAIIEIIT

At Wednesday Night's Meeting an
Excellent Report was Made by
the Finance Officer
At the meeting of the American
Legion last night the entertainment
committee of the post was authorized
to arrange for a vaudeville perfor
mance at an early date, a banquet and
a public tall. A stage will be nlaced
in the armory on the drill floor for
the vaudeville and similar perfor-
ruances in the future.
The report of the finance officer
made last night showed that a ma
jority of the members of the post
hafe paid their 1921 dues, and seven
new members were reported. Those
v ho have not paid their dues have un until
til until February 28 only in which to pay
them, it was announced. National
Commander F. W. Galbraith Jr. has
stressed in the strongest terms the
in-porta nee of membership in the le
gion. The commander -says: The
Araencan Legion has undertaken
k real
work in again rehabilitating
our disabled comrades in the hearts
cf the people of the United States
which means that the necessary con congressional
gressional congressional action on basic legislation
and providing adequate appropria appropriations
tions appropriations must be secured at the present
session of Congress.
"In the rehabilitation of our dis disabled
abled disabled comrades we are justifying our
existence not only in the minds and
hearts of every ex-service man and
woman, but in those of every loyal
citizen of the United States.
"This work and the other important
work which the national organization
has undertaken can not succeed un unless
less unless our membership increases and
dues are promptly paid. This is vital
to the success of the entire program.
The American Legion now has near nearly
ly nearly 10,000 posts and a membership of
a million and a half. As was pointed
out at the recent gathering of adju adjutants
tants adjutants in Palatka the ex-service man
and woman should join the American
Legion not for what the individual
get out of it but for what he or she
can contribute towards the ideals for
which the organization stands, for a
better citizenship and a greater Unit United
ed United States.
PROMINENT MEN ARE
BACKING THE LEGION
Indianapolis, Feb. 2. The Ameri American
can American Legion has received more than a
hundred favorable answers to its me memorial
morial memorial calling' attention to the situa
tion whjch surrounds the rehabilita-
jn'emoriai was presented to the presi-
dent, president-elect and Congress.
According to Mr. Galbraith prac practically
tically practically all of the letters from the sec secretary
retary secretary to the president, from senators,
representatives and heads of various
government departments and bureaus
stated that the writer was squarely
behind .the legion's national plan of
rehabilitation.
The memorial outlined the situa situation
tion situation in regard to the disabled, suggest suggested
ed suggested a remedy and urged the support of
the president and Congress. .Copies
to all departmetns of the legion and
to patriotic and civil organizations in
l.r.00 cities.
Letters of aproval received at na national
tional national headquarters of the legion here
include those from Senators William
S. Kenyon, Robert M. LaFoIIette, Me Me-dill
dill Me-dill McCormick, Harry S. New and T.
J. Walsh.
BOY SCOUTS ENTERTAINMENT
The Star has received the following
rxtice:
The Boy Scouts have had to post postpone
pone postpone their entertainment from Friday
night, Feb. 4, to Friday night, Feb."
S, on account of some of the boys be
ing sick. We are planning on giving
j cu good time and to help save a
starving child. Remember the date
i and be sur to come.
REVELS STUDIO IS
A NEW, LOCATION
I would call the attention of my
customers and the public in general
that I am now located in my new
studio over the Guarantee Clothiner
Shoe Co rflTTIPT tmernnUm mi i. mwA
Oklawaha avenue, where I am better
than ever prepared to serve them.
Come in and take a look at the new
place. EUGENE A. REVELS, -25-61
PhotofrmpSjey.



OCA LA EVENING STAR, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 3. 1921

OcalaEveningStar
rbltaar Every Day Ksrrpt Sunday by
STAR i PUBLISHING COMPANY,
OCALA, FLORIDA.

R. K. Carroll, Frcaldeot
P. V. LcTcac4t Sretry-Treaor?r
J. H. BeJaaIa. Editor

Entered &t OcaLa, Fla., postoffice' as
oeond-elass matter.

would sell the stars on our flae-. likelv some dndderintr rM rvcrcnn

ather than lose money, they would -wrote the article and had it coded

pec the red-handed murderer. the!?endrne a codv to earh the X"pw inrl

ferod of the nations, go unpunished the Tribune, and they printed it out

for his unequalled crimes. We don't of kindness of heart, each not know know-see
see know-see any reason why the United States ing a copy had been sent to the other.

as to buy German goods, anyhow, jln that case they are excusable from
ja mollycoddle standpoint, tho not
"RIGHT TO CARRY ARMS ; from any other.
For the last ten years there has been
It is an old and well-known saying !a constantly recurring expression of

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Eattarial DmrtMl Twa-Strra

defy Reporter ... Ftve-Oae
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entitled for the use for republication of
1) news dispatches creditea to tt or

not otherwise cred'ted in this paper andt

also trie local news puDUstiea Herein.
All .rights of republication of special
dispatches herein ace also reserved.

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On year. In advance $6.00

ciiXr months, in advance 3.00
Three months. In advance; 1.50
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Dtsslaxi Plate IS cents pr Inch for

consecutive insertions. Alternate inser
tlona 25 per cent additlonaL Comoosi

tion eharxes on ads. that run less man

IS times "V cev.es per Inch. Bpecial
position 20 per cent additlonaL Rates
based on 4-lnch minimum. Lea? man

lour Inches will take higher rate,

wnicn will oe lurnished upon applica
tion.

Reacts Notice S cents per line for
first Insertion: 3 cents per line for each
subsequent insertion. One change a
week allowed on readers without extra

composition charges.
Legal advertisements l: legal rates.

Kennesaw .Mountain Landis won't
do for a judge. He should have been

president of the United States.

The Ocala Star informs another
Florida editor that he is "full of
prunes." Why not be more up-to-date
and call him "you home hootch in

cubator?''-Jacksonville- Metropolis,
That would be impolite.

It isn't safe, to answer the door bel
in Jacksonville after six o'clock.
Jacksonville Metropolis.
- la i i

tome arouna irom tne back and

take him in the flank. Or has univers

al disarmament gone into effect in

Jacksonville?

The Star does not join Henry Ford
in his warfare on the Jews, but when
he says the stage appeals less to the
sense and more to the senses than it
did a number of years ago, he tells
the truth. We doubt that great ac

tors could make a living now.

Yoa don't need blue laws to make
a blue Sunday, provided you paint the

town red Saturday night. St. Peters
burg Independent.

It s all very well for you to talk

that i way, but we haven't enough red

paint up this way to tint an ordinary
sized building, let alone the whole
town.

that "great minds run in the same

channels." If not altogether true.

there are coincidences enough to prove

that it is not more erratic than any

other proverb.

opinion from weakminded or designing
persons that the American people
should be disarmed, the reason osten ostensibly
sibly ostensibly being that in the course of every

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the Gainesville Evening News appear-1 explosion of a firearm.

One editor says, "Why name the
Tigerines after such wild beasts?"
Ia re's why: Every time a team gets
through playing the Tigerines they
ti.ink they have been in a regular
i-nagerie, so hot do the Tigerines
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knot in the Tigerine's tail, and is yet
ahead of the fiercely feline team on

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Any man who thinks that editors
are. afraid to say what they think
should, peruse the editorial columns of
the-Ocala Star. Brother Benjamin
tells-.- them all, including assistant
sporting editors and lady correspon correspondents
dents correspondents with Harding, where to get off.
Jacksonville Metropolis.
Them assistant sports and lady cor correspondents
respondents correspondents are all at least a hundred
miles off..

It sounds rather queer that the
United States has anoloized for the

actions of an officer to Germany, a
country with which we are still tech technically,
nically, technically, at war. Miami Herald.
Nothing the United States govern government
ment government .does is anything but queer now nowadays.
adays. nowadays. ? With a sick president, and
nine cabinet officers runing the coun country
try country in nine different directions, the
only surprising thing about it is that
it continues to function at all.

In the same paper that carried the
news of the immense sum Germany
will be asked to pay to the allies, the
Independent carried a local story of
a soldier, who died here two years
after the war ended, from the effects
of gas poisoning. And everybody here
will agree that the price Germany
will have to pay is none too great.
St. Petersburg Independent.
Yes; lots of our boys have develop developed
ed developed tuberculosis since their return from
France.,. But between incompetence
and stinginess, the government is not
doing its duty by them.

ed the following editorial

The editor of a contemporary, in

discussing the proposal to take fire

arms away from the people in order

to disarm bandits and robbers, ex expresses
presses expresses a fear that such action might

interfere with the constitutional right
of the people to 'keep and bear arms.

The right to which reference is made

is a quotation from the second amend amendment
ment amendment to the constitution of the United

States, which reads: 4 A well regulated
militia being necessary to the security
of a free state, the right of the people
to keep and bear, arms shall not be
infringed. It appears extremely
doubtful if this amendment to the
constitution was intended to preserve
the right of any individual to maintain
an arsenal in his home or to carry it
abroad. It surely did not mean that
any person should be encouraged to
keep weapons that would aid him in
the commission of crime. The fact

that the term, 'a well regulated mil

itia,' is used in the amendment would

indicate that the right to 'keep and
bear arms' is not an individual right,
but one of collective character, given

through a regular organization for
the protection of the state, as is plain

ly indicated by the wording of the
amendment. Bandits will get pistols

and other weapons for their thievish

and murderous uses, so the only plan
that seems to be feasible is to round
up the crooks and disarm them. There

is nothing to fear from law-abiding

citizens, even if they should provide

themselves with weapons in self-de

fense. The crook who is permitted to

i un at large will find weapons to car carry
ry carry on his criminal work, regardless of
any laws that may be passed."
As the criticism was evidently aim aimed
ed aimed at the Star, which had made a few
days ago remarks similar to those
commented on, we made a criticism in
return; and much was our astonish astonishment
ment astonishment on reading the Tampa Tribune
of Wednesday, Feb. 2 (reading the
Trib. is one of our regular evening
pleasures) to find the same editorial,
word for word. We had been cleaning

some ink off -our breeches with gaso gasoline,
line, gasoline, and at first thought the fumes
of the liquid had caused us to see dou double,
ble, double, but on summoning a trusty friend
to hold copy, we reading the Tribune
and he holding the News, we were
soon convinced that the two articles
were as exactly alike as tho one was
a carbon copy of the other.
Now, we are flattered to have two
such powerful minds as those on the
Tribune and the News take enough no notice
tice notice of our feeble efforts to comment
upon them; but will they kindly con condescend
descend condescend to satisfy our pardonable (we
hope) curiosity, and inform us how
they came to think the same thinks at
almost the same time.
We have no idea that either jour journalist
nalist journalist would use the other's article
without credit. The News editorial
was evidently written either Monday
right or Tuesday morning. The Tri Tribune
bune Tribune editorial was evidently written
Tuesday afternoon. The first train
after the News was published from
Gainesville to Tampa would not arrive
in Tampa until after the Tribune had
gone to press. Of course the Gaines Gainesville
ville Gainesville editor might have written the
article Monday and sent a carbon copy
to the Tribune in plenty of time, but
the Tribune would not have published
it without credit.
It is obviously not a syndicate edi editorial.
torial. editorial. Much fun is made of "canned"
editorials, but they are all well writ written,
ten, written, while this thing is weak; it
squirms around and all but contradicts
itself. We can hardly believe either
of our contemporary journalists would
have written such a spineless and wig wig-gly
gly wig-gly thing. It seems to us that most

The Star has no special fault to find

with police regulations in regard to
firearms. In this state the laws in
that egard, and as carried out by the
officials, are very fair and necessary.
But they are nothink like disarming
the people, which the mollycoddles
and bureaucrats and perhaps some

other pernicious influence advocate.

The constitution strictly and plainly

forbids any such disarmament; let the
people be careful that this great right

is not taken from them.

Let the people pay. Congress pass passed
ed passed an amendment to the "agricultural"
bill the other day setting aside $365, $365,-000
000 $365,-000 fqr free seeds for congressmen to
distribute to their constituents. Did
any one ever hear of seed sent out in
those congressional seed packages
actually growing? Miami Metropolis.
Yes, sister, we have planted some
of those same seed ourself and ob obtained
tained obtained good results therefrom; and,
what is better evidence, we have been
distributing seed to the people for
our senators and congressmen foi
twenty years, and have had good re reports
ports reports from the said people about the
said seed. We think this seed dis distribution
tribution distribution business should be stopped,
sister, but the seed are all right.

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Blitchton, Feb. 2. Mrs. Dollie
Blitch and son, Mr. Loonis Blitch,
spent Friday afternoon shopping in
Ocala.
Several of our young men were
guests of the Boy Scouts at Fellow Fellowship
ship Fellowship Saturday night, when they enter entertained
tained entertained with a chicken purlo.
Our young people attended the B.
Y. P. U. at Fellowship Sunday night.
Mr. B. C. Blitch and a party of
friends spent last week on a camp in
Levy county.
Mrs. B. C. Blitch and son, Bernard
spent this week with Mrs. L. T. Hen Hen-drix
drix Hen-drix at Pleasant Hill.
Mr. J. B. George and Mr. Benton
George of Lowell and friends are
camping this week at Hickory Ford.
Dr. J. L. Davis, Miss Mamie Fant
and Miss Eloise Geiger of Irvine were
guests of friends here Monday.
Mr. J. W. Coulter visited our county
seat Tuesday and obtained some fix fixtures
tures fixtures for a well he is having drilled
on one of his farms.
Miss Louise Crumpton of Fellow Fellowship
ship Fellowship was a week-end visitor.
Messrs. F. A. Blitch and F. E. Fant
visited Ocala Saturday.

Get the habit ot reading the ads.

RAILROAD

SCHEDULES

Arrival and departure of passeng-r
trains at OCALA UNION STATION.
The following schedule figures pub published
lished published as information aoi not guar-
(Eastern Standard Time)
SEABOARD AIR LINE RAILROAD

Lea e
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Arrive
2:10 am
1 :34 am
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St. Petersburg
:15 am Tampa 2:10 am
2:15 am Manatee- 4:17 pro
:05 pm Tampa-St. Petrsbrg 4:17 pm
ATLANTIC COAST LINE R. R.
Leave Arrive
2:12 pm Jacksonville-NTork 2:48 am
1:45 pm Jksonville-GainsvUle 3:35 pm
6:42 am Jksonville-Gnesville 10:13 pm
2:45 am StJ'etsbrg-Lakeland 2:12 am
3:35 pm St.Petsbrg-Lakeland 1:25 pm
7:10 am Dunnellon-Wilcox
7:2 am Dunellon-Lkeland 11:03 om
3:25 pm Homosassa 1:30 pro
10:13pm Leesburg 6:42 ara
4:45 pm Gainesville 11:50 am
'Monday, Wednesday, Friday.
'Tuesday. Thursday. Saturday.

For tHie Candidates In ttlte
Star's Big Subscription Driver
In appreciation of the generous response and
tremendous interest manifested in the cam campaign
paign campaign thus far, The Star has decided to provide
an additional reward for the willing workers.
$75.00 in gold has been added to the already
stupendous list of awards.
The gold prize is extra and in no way conflicls
with the awarding ot car and other prizes
HOW TO WIN $75.00 IN GOLD
The Gold Prize will be awarded to the candidate who polls the
highest number of votesduring the period of this offer which runs
from February 3rd to the close of business for the day of Wednesday
February 9th, 1921.
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The winner of the Gbld Prize will be announced by the Official
Judges of the Campaign.
The Gold Prize is EXTRA and in no way will conflict with the
awarding of the Prize Automobile and other awards to be given
away when the final night comes on February 12th.
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Expert Repairs Tires Gas and Oil
Accessories Storage

Main Street, Opposite Foundry - OCALa, FLORIDA f?

Roberts & Spencer, the furniture
fixers, for upholstering and all kinds
of furniture repairing. Phone 350. 6t

Florida and western meats at Cook's
Market and Grocery are the choicest
to be had. Phone 243. 2St
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Salt and fresh water fish, oysters,
Fhrimp, etc., at CITY FISH MARKET,
Ft. King Ave., phone 158.' 2741

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Some of our little Americans are
howling because the Allies, intend, in
order, to collect reparations from Ger Germany,
many, Germany, to levy a tax of 12 per cent,
on that country's exports. Such a tax
willr of course make Americans pay
more for German goods. This coun country
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OCALA EVENING STAB, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 3, 1921

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A FEW REMINDERS
Of the Many Specials of the

Big Closing Out Sale

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"Why Pay More?

PLANTING THE PALMS

THE AUCTION CLUB

The number of those who are riant-1 The Wednesday afternoon auction

ing or arranging to plant orange trees J club, which comprises one table of
or palms in the city is increasing. Are players, namely, Mrs. Charles P. Cha-

$75.00 Silk Plush Arctic
Coats, only 3 lett. The
richest value in a coat,
at a most interesting
price. Now ....
Six Velour Cloth Coatb
of excellent quality ma material.
terial. material. Most up-to-date
styles -

Pillow Cases. 15x36 size. Embrod Embrod-ied,
ied, Embrod-ied, Regular sold $1.00 apiece.
Special Less than half price
per pair
Bleaching, Modoc Fine Cambric,
extra heavy Spring bleach.
SATURDAY and MONDAY
Per Yard -. :-.
Gingham 32 inches wide. A
bargain of bargains. During
the Big Closing Out Sale, per
yard,...-. --

Diaper Cloth Red Star, soft
and absorbent 27 in. wide.
In sanitary packages of 10
yard pieces. Per piece

Sheeting 81 inches wide; heavy
weight; bleaciied. You know
what Pepperelle is this is
heavier. SATURDAY and
MONDAY, per yard.,

you among them? The "plant an or orange"
ange" orange" committee of the Board of
Trade would like to know. Now u
the time to plant." Those who desire
to order trees or plants through the
Board of Trade committee are urged
to notify either of the members at
once. The members are W. D. Cam,
chairman, H. L. Borland and Judge
L. E. Futch.
For those whose property is not
suited to citrus .trees there are many

palms. that can be planted,
twenty varieties will grow in

Good plants can be obtained from the
nurseries for fifty and seventy-fire
cents each and they are not difficult
to care for. Everyone should plant
one or two at least.

"WHICH ONE SHALL I MARRY?

zaL Mrs. W. A. Wilds, Mrs. Harry

Walters and Miss Adele Bittinger,
was entertained yesterday afternoon
by Mrs. C J. Chazal at her home on
Sanchez street.
There were two additional tables .of
players meeting with the club yes yesterday,
terday, yesterday, namely: Mrs, W. J. Frink,
Mrs. L. H. Rowntree, Mrs. T. S. Tran Tran-tham,
tham, Tran-tham, Mrs. E. G. Lindner, Mrs. R. N.
Dosh, Mrs. Phillip Murphy, Mrs. J.
W. Dumas and Misses Onie Chazal

Some I and .Dorothy Schreiber. Joining the

Ocala. I guests for refreshments were Misses

Marian Dewey, Mary McDowell, Alice
Bullock and Mrs. Welsh Wheelef.
For several hours auction was
played and at the conclusion of the
games it was found that Miss Adele
Bittinger held high score among the
club members, while Mrs. Rowntree

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htld high score among the visitors,

Out of the wealth of plays written land each was rewarded with a pretty

by American dramatists the play with linen handkerchief.
the above title shines forth. The au- Mrs. Chazal assisted by her sister
thor, Ralph Thomas Kittering, de- and aunt, Miss Marion Dewey and

: mands that "Which One Shall I Mar- Mrs. Welsh Wheeler, served a jellied

ry" be produced in every detail as it I fruit salad bourse with cream, coffee
.was written. The play abounds in lard cake. This was an exceedingly

VC good, clean comedy, but there is an I enjoyable meeting as are all the af-

nraA f m fVt afol i a tiAcf aec

C iHTliL Otvl J kUIJUCvbCU wiiu liana nucic aa i J vi ica- i 13 11 bcoo.

play. It is along the lines of "Every "Everyone,"
one," "Everyone," a play that has been seen by

thousands of people and ran for over
a year in New York city. The play
is of the allegorical character and is
ir. four acts and nine scenes.
Mr. Maxwell, manager of the Mel-

iville Comedians, states that he feels

sure that everyone who sees the play
will.be more than satisfied with this
i .ul. t. xi i s

j snow, us miuuugu uie jjiui is ux

serious character the strain 01 comeay
which run sthrough the story makes
it one of the best plays in the entire
repertoire of the company.

I FIRST ENTERTAINMENT f

t 'in 0. H. S. AUDITORIUM
I Friday Evening, Feb. 4th, 8 o'clock

OPERETT
"THERE WAS A LITTLE GIRL"
by EIGHTH GRADE

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ILiwJrLL Only Feb. V

AUCTION PARTY GIVEN
BY MR. AND MRS. HALL

SUGAR SATURDAY AND MONDAY

$1

13 pounds of sugar for one dollar,
with a dollar's worth of other groc groceries
eries groceries for cash. Saturday and Monday

.'or.ly. Phone 377.

dly-3t-tf H. B. WHITTINGTON.

BELLEVIEW

LADIES BACK HOSE
A 25c seller, for

per pair

Belleview, Feb. 2. Don't forget the
Civic League dance to be given Friday
night, Feb. 4th, at the league's attrac attractive
tive attractive club house.

The B. Y. P. U. held a business

meeting at the Baptist church last
Wednesday night.

The Belleview Rod and Gun Club

held its regular pigeon shoot at Smith

Extra Fine Sheeting,
36 inches wide. Special
price per yard. ...

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TRANSFER

Last night Mr. and Mrs. R. S. Hall
vere host and hostess to an auction
party at their home on Fort King ave avenue.
nue. avenue. About twenty-five of their
friends were present. The attractive attractiveness
ness attractiveness of the cozyHall home was fur further
ther further enhanced by vases of roses and
ether flowers and greenery artistical artistically
ly artistically arranged in the rooms where the

games were played.
Mr. and Mrs. Edmund Martin wer

presented each with appropriate
prizes for obtaining high scores and
to Mr. W. M. Palmer fell the booby
prize.
Refreshments of strawberry par par-fait,
fait, par-fait, cake, coffee and mints were pass passed
ed passed during the evening. The following
were those present: Mr. and Mrs. R.

L. Anderson Jr., Mr. and Mrs. Ed Edmund
mund Edmund Martin, Mrs. Leta Bennett and

Misses Mary Burford, Bessie and Win Win-ii'red
ii'red Win-ii'red Goedecke, Nellie Bain, Blair
Woodrow, Nettie Camp and Messrs.

W. M. Palmer, Holmes Walters, Joe

Borden, Robert and Alfred MacKay,
Norton Davis and Albert Harriss.

John Golden, Producer of "Lightnin," offers
RECORD SMASHING SUCCESS

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THE GREATEST OF ALL COMEDIES
IMPORTANT This attraction is guaranteed to be the
original Gaiety Theatre, New York, production of "Trun To
The Right." I feel so confident it will be one of the best
plays ever presented here that I hereby agree to refund the
purchase price of tickets bought in the event of dissatisfac dissatisfaction.
tion. dissatisfaction. (Signed) E. C. Bennett, Manager, Temple Theatre
Prices $1.00, $1.50 and 82.00
Seats on Sale Monday at Court Pharmacy

BUY EARLY

MAIL ORDERS NOW

SUGAR SATURDAY AND MONDAY

13 pounds of sugar for one dollar,

TjiVo TVmrsrlnv ftpmivTi with a camp I

cur, onrf MnK 1inn wsrmmv vh!h With a OOUar'S WOrtn OI Oiner gTOC-

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was much enjoyed by all present.

The B. Y. P. U. gave their play

entitled "The Beantown Choir," at

Oak Friday night. It was enjoyed by
a large audience and a nice sum was
realized.

The cemetery improvement associa

tion meets Friday, Feb. 4th, at 3 p.

m. at the town hall. The annual elec election
tion election of officers is to be held at this
meeting. All interested in the improve

ment of the cemetery are urged to be
present.
Dr. Neil of Chicago, gave a very in interesting
teresting interesting lecture at the Methodist
church Monday evening.

iRev. J. C. Boatwright, associational
missionary, will preach at the Baptist

church next Sunday, Feb. 6tn. at 11 a.
m. You are cordially invited to attend
the services.
A number of the school children
gave Miss Margaret Monrote a birth birthday
day birthday surprise party at her home Mon Monday
day Monday evening. Many interesting games

eries for cash, Saturday and Monday

only. Phone 377.

dly-3t-tf H. B. WHITTINGTON.

MOSS BLUFF

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Negotiable Storage Receipts Issued on Cotton, Automobile, Etc"
ilir move, pack, ship LONG DISTANCE MOVING"
PIL L1VE stock, A
Ur r;GAGE- Phone 296 :
Ml tm FURNITURE, ETC I
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Hi Winter's short days call o
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- ination. As a result your x
ju.sec eyes are taxed rather
severely. J MSUrfillCC
DR. K. J. WEIHE, o 'ifcJr,M,
Optometrist and Optician M x
Eyesight Specialist
II1IAM A. TINSRIAnJ Ocala, Florida
CONTRACTOR t
Estimates Given Free TZ
Candy for valentme gifts. THE
Phone 526 Ocala. Fla. SPECIALTY SHOP, A. E. Gerig. 2-tf

' Moss Bluff. Feb. 2. Mr. and Mrs.

Thomas Griggs have named their in

fant son Thomas Therman Griggs,

after its father and grandfather.

The Bluff club met at the home of

Mrs. Raymond Wheeler, Saturday aft

ernoon. Five members were present,

namely: Jettie White, Gladys Burry,
Martha Fort, Mabel Squires and Eva
Wheeler. Croquet was played until a

late hour. They will meet next Sat

urday with Gladys Burry at the home

of Mrs. J. S. Martin,

Mr. and Mrs. Weaver and two spns,

Messrs. Joe and Fred Weaver of Kis-

simmee, are making their home here
at the nreesnt with Mr. and Mrs.

Th6mas Griggs.

HIV anil Kfra ArVmr T)V1I And

were played and refreshments of choc- . . . AUhama.

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olate and cake were served,

which all joined in wishing her many

happy returns of the day.

Mr. and Mrs. Will Freer, Agnes and
Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Freer, Mr. C. L.
Freeman' and Mrs. R. T. Freeman at

tended church services and basket din dinner
ner dinner in Shady Sunday.

Mr. and Mrs. Hutto and family of
Coleman were callers at the home of

J. A. Freeman Sunday.

Mr. and Mrs. Raymond are in Mount
Dora visiting friends this week.
The Civic League people are busy
rehearsing their play which they will
give in the near future.

ELECTRA

VALENTINES

SPECIALTY SHOP, A

are visiting at the home of the for

mer's parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Da

vi. They expect to locate at Okla-

waha, where Mr. Davis has purchased

a cozy little bungalow.

Mr. Jack Galloway of Ocala spent

Friday evening at the home of Mr.
and Mrs.-Albert Fort.. Jack has just
returned from a trip to Mexico, Cali California,
fornia, California, Texas and several other states,
but he says Florida is good enough
for him.
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Griggs and
children were visiting relatives at
Electra Saturday and Sunday.
Master Joseph Fort is convalescing

after several weeks of illness.
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Hamilton, for

merly of Battle Creek, Mich., but now

making their home in Ocala, spent the

here with relatives and

friends.
Messsrs. Will Harrell, Hugh Harrell
and Jeff Harrell of Oklawaha were
welcome callers in our burg Saturday
and Sunday afternoon.
Mr. W. C. White has purchased a
new flivver.
After several days spent here, Mr.
Russell Wolfersberger has gone to
Graham ville to spend a few days be before
fore before returning to his home in Battle

Creek, Mich.
Mr. and Mrs. Hamilton, Mrs. Flora
Charlton, Messrs. Dan Froom and Irl

Hunter motored to Daytona Monday.

They expect to return Monday, and

"Nnff said" THE win be ioined by Mr. Tim Hunter for

E. Gerig. 2-tf la tour of the west coast.

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Electra, Feb. 1. Mr. and Mrs. H. B.

Mock and two sons spent Sunday with I weecn

Air. ana Mrs. i. ra. mock.
Mr. R. A. Halford and mother, Mrs.
R. O. Halford were visitors at the

heme of Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Mock
Snnday.

Mr. Ralph Stanaland was a visitor

at the home of Mr. G. W. Brant Sun

day.

Rev. W. L. Spears will fill his usual
appointment at Harmony Baptist

church Sunday.

Last Saturday night some mis miscreants
creants miscreants sunk the Muclan Farm's
dredge boat, but the farm people got
it raised and will have it at work again
soon.

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DCALA OCCURRENCES

If you have any
phone to five-one. rf
society items,
Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Thompson of
Jacksonville have been here on visit
to their daughter, Mrs. Will Needham.
If you want a real bargain in late
model Studebaker light six see Dr.
Eiplinger, at Mrs. McDowell's, 233
Fort King avenue. 2-2t
Mr. and Mrs. W. W,, Harriss re returned
turned returned last night from a pleasant
R.otor trip to Sarasota and other
points south.
I would like to rent a small house
nVar Colonial Hotel at once. Three
or four-room house. R. E. Layton. 3t
. Mr. Hugh McCredie of Baltimore is
fcpre for a visit to his mother and sis-
aw YTikvVi in a naval pncrinppr in the
merchant marine.
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Roberts & Spencer for picture f ram-
iug. Our work stands. Phone 350. 6t
Mr. S. B. Hawk, formerly an Ocala
business man, now one of United
States Marshal Boswell's efficient dep-
uties, was in the city yesterday.

pay 0jf tne c,ty debt. He has rounded
' Apalachicola oysters fresh every 'up four automaniacs since and includ includ-day.
day. includ-day. Cook's Market and Grocery. 8tiing Monday evening and reinforced
. i the city treasury by forty plunks. The
Judge Futch is, trying a hog case I chief is no respecter of persons.
today. One of our philosophers says
that hogs make more trouble thanj We understand that the meeting at

anything except whisky and women.
There has been much demand for
CARNATIONS. I have them now, a
special grade at $2.75 and $3 per doz dozen.
en. dozen. Heintz, the Florist, Ocala. 31-4t
Little Grover Spencer, the three three-year
year three-year old son of Mr. and Mrs. George
Spender of Belleview, who was badly
burned the other day, is doing well at
the hospital.
Don't fail to visit the Guarantee
Nothing & Shoe Company. Every Every-hing
hing Every-hing we sell is guaranteed. We're
.ghting for QUALITY not prices, tf
Earl Hall is improving the looks of
.his home town by the handsome serv service
ice service station he is building on the corner,
of Fort King and Osceola. It will be
ready in a few days.
Just in, fresh walnuts and almonds,
smoked bloaters and boneless smoked
herring, at Cook's Market and Groc Grocery,
ery, Grocery, phone 243. 2-8t
Mr. L. T. Craft entertained a few
friends at the Melville tent theater
Tuesday evening. After the play the
guests were taken to the Vogue, where
refreshments were served.
I carry a complete line of fresh
vegetables and fruits. Try our service.
YouH be pleased. Cook's Market and
Grocery. Phone 243. 2-8t
Friends of both Mrs. Mamie Hall
and son, Mr. Robert Hall will regret
to learn of their illness, and trust
that they will shortly be restored to
their usual good health.
Just received sea bass
weighing
from three to twelve pounds, for bak baking
ing baking purposes. City Fish Market.
Phone 158. tf
Mrs. Leta Camp will entertain at' a
dance at her home Saturday evening
in compliment to Misses Nettie Camp
and visitors. Misses Bessie and Win Winifred
ifred Winifred Goedecke of New York city.
Dont fail to visit the "Guarantee
Clothing & Shoe Company. Every Everything
thing Everything we sell is guaranteed. We're
fighting for QUALITY not prices, tf
Ray & Thomson have secured the
contract to build Ocala's white way.
They are enterprising and reliable
young men and may be depended on to

do the work in good time and goodjH. Taylor

shape.
OCALA MIRROR AND PLATING
WORKS is now prepared to do all
kinds of nickel plating; auto head headlights
lights headlights a specialty; mirrors re-silvered.
Yonge block, Osceola street. 3-3t

TDE PARISIENNF GOWN & MILLINERY SCHOOL
BE YOUR OWN DRESSMAKER AT HOME

Hat Trimming is an Art. You can soon make and trim your
own hits at home. You can cut, fit and make a drefes with only
a few lessons. I teach the latest French and American fashions
Professional dressmaking taught,
DON9 T MISS THIS OPPORTUNITY
To Enroll With The Paris School- rates low at this time

MRS. VV.
formerly Madam Casque
P. 0. BOX. 232 OCALA,

MEETING FEBRUARY 12 OF
FARMERS AND STOCKMEN

Friday week, Feb. 12, there will be
a meeting in Ocala of farmers and
stockmen. It should be largely attend attended,
ed, attended, as many matters of interest will
be brought before the meeting.
Don't forget where .you can have
your pictures framed. Roberts &
Spencer, phone 350. l-6t
Mrs. James Hicks Hill will arrive
in Ocala this afternoon to : fepend a
short time as the guest of Mrs. R. A.
Burford. Mrs. Hill has been visiting
her sister, Mrs. Turnley in Leesburg
Ifcr the past month.
W. K. Lane, M. D-, physician and
surgeon, specialist eye, ear, nose and
throat. Office over 5 and 10 cent store,
Ocala, Fla- Adv. tf
Tax Collector Stripling is a well-
Phased official. The state auditor has
been here, overhauled nis accounts
and funds, and' found them to tally to
the last penny. The auditor Is almost
las well pleased as Strip.
j
j Don't fail to visit the Guarantee
Clothing & Shoe Company. Every-
, thing we sell is guaranteed. We're
fighting for QUALITY not prices, tf
j
' Marshal Gordon has started out to
Mount Olivet last Sunday was largely
attended and m'ost satisfactory to all.
A number of excellent talks were
made, and an abundant dinner served
by the good people of the neighbor neighborhood.
hood. neighborhood. 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 for dinner 11 a. m. to
2:30 p. m. Owned and operated by
Americans. tf
Mr. and Mrs. Howard V. Lee of
Lastlake motored to Jacksonville the
first of the week to meet and accom
pany to their home the former's par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. W. V. Lee and
other relatives who will spend the re
mainder of the winter at the lawe.
Seafood, always to be had fresh at
itv FISH Market. 9 Ft. King Ave. tf
The many friends of Miss Othella
C?.ssels of Bay Lake, will be interested
to learn that she has been able to re
sume her duties at the Marion County
Hospital as a student nurse. On ac
count of the illness of her brother, she
was called home for some time. He is
much improved. A nobler profession
could not be selected and Miss Cassels
friends congratulate her upon her
choice of such a vocation.
Valentines.
A. E. Gerig.
SPECIALTY
SHOP.
2-tf
The members of the Eutawah class
of the Methodist church will give a
silver tea tomorrow afternoon, from
4 to 6:30 o'clock at the residence of
Mrs. C: W. White, the proceeds to go
towards the building fund for the new
church. There will be on display for
purchase fancy work and candy. A
musical program has also been, ar arranged
ranged arranged for and the afternoon prom promises
ises promises to be a very interesting one.
The following invitation was is issued
sued issued today and the invited guests are
anticipating this "at home" with' a
great deal of pleasure: "Mrs. Lau Lau-rcnee
rcnee Lau-rcnee Moreton Murray, Mrs. Jesse
G rider Perkins, Miss McDowell, at
heme, 233 Fort King avenue, Tuesday,
February the eighth: Mrs. DeWitt
Blew, Mrs. Charles Epperson Powell,
Miss Margaret Hallman." Mrs. De De-Witt
Witt De-Witt Blew and Miss Margaret Hall Hall-man
man Hall-man of New Jersey and Atlanta, Ga.,
are guests at the home of Mr. and
! Mrs. G. S. Scott and Mr. and Mrs. J.
Mrs. C. E. Powell, for
merly Miss Minnie Thompson of this
city, but now of Kentucky, is a visitor
in the city at the home of her mother
and sister, Mrs. Thompson and Mrs
J. E. Chace, and has scores of friends
who always make her visits very
pleasant for her.
!!Miiiiiiuiiiiniiimnmiiiiiitigg
L. GRAY,
of Paris, France, Teacher
FLORIDA 715 E. FIFTH ST.

MORRIS GEST BRINGS

SUIT AGAINST FORD
Chicago, Feb. 3. The praecipe in
a $5,000,000 damage suit against Hen
ry Ford and his paper, the Dearborn
Independent, was filed in circuit court
yesterday by Morris Gest. theatrical
producer, who alleged that an article
in the Independent on Jan. 22, 1921,
contained "libelous, slanderous and
false statements" concerning Mr. Gest
and certain stage productions he has-
handled. The article mentioned in the
suit was said to have attacked "Aph "Aphrodite'
rodite' "Aphrodite' 'and "Mecca" in particular.
terming them the "most salacious
spectacles ever shown in America.
Gest's attorneys here announced it
hadbeen planned to file similar suits
in Detroit today. The article which
was alleged to have been libelous was
quoted in the paecipe. It asserted
that the American stage was "under
the influence of a group of former
bootblacks, prize-ring habitues and
Bowery characters.' After saying
that "Mr. Gest stalks before his fel fellow
low fellow Jews as the most successful pro
ducer of the year," the article declar
ed that Mr. Gest was not a great pro
ducer, but a "great panderer to a
public whose taste he has been no
mean factor in debasing. Gest, it said,
sold newspapers in Boston and in
1906 was a member "of a notorious
gang of ticket speculators who were
the bane of the public. There is noth nothing
ing nothing in Gest's character to indicate
that he would ever contribute anv-
thing to the theater's best interests."
2895 is. some dandy record. Get it
at B. Goldman's. 2-tf
i 1 1
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.
J. R. Dey, W. M.
B. L. Adams, Secretary,
ODD FELLOWS
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
isiting brothers.
T. C, Carter, N. G.
H. R. Luffman. Secretary.
Arriving Daily at
' FISHEL'8
New Shipments of
. SPRING WATS
including the newest
shades and shapes in
SATIN HATS
BATAV1A CLOTH
SATIN STRAW HATS
BIRD'S NEST STRAWS
P0IRET STRAWS
Come in and see, and if
we can't save you money
don't buy.
M. FISHEL & SON
COMING!
EVANGELIST
W. C. HARLOW
AT THE
Christian Church
SUNDAY
February 6th
Series of meetings will be
held here for Two Weeks.
Committee
LET ME DO YOUR
NO job tOO Small, and none
too larfte. All work guaran
teed satisfactory.
F. F. BLACK
Phnnp SKI SOS AnlhOTV Road

PAPERIIIG

AD

PAIIiflll

CINCINNATI CONCERN BUN

ON GOLDEN RULE BASIS
Cincinnati, Feb. 2 Since employees
of the A. Nash Co., a manufacturing
concern of this city, voted to take a
oluntary vacation if necessary to
give work to unemployed there have
been further developments in this
business which is being run on the
Ct'lden Rule basis. Mr. Nash outlined
tcday these recent steps:
"Business men of Chattanooga,
Tt nn., have become so interested in re results
sults results obtained by application of the
Golden Rule to this business that they
have subscribed stock to open a Ten-
ressee company.
'Employees of the Cincinnati fac
tcry have bought into ownership to
the extent of $50,000 since opportunity
vas given them in January.
'Employees are so much interested
in the Golden Rule that they conduct conducted
ed conducted a service in the Cincinnati People's
church in January.
'Arrangements have been made to
conduct classes in business manage
ment and economics for employees.
"Business has expanded so much
since employees presented their peti
tion proposing they take a vacation
that a new shop has been opened.
"This growth has employed a large
number of men out of work and with
the reopening of activity for the
spring, the need of Nash employees
stepping out to make room temporari temporarily
ly temporarily for others has passed.
Mr. Nash said he had salesmen in
many other cities and that the goods
of the firm were sent to nearly every
state in the Union.
"I am not interested in this busi business
ness business simply from the standpoint of
production, but from seeing what re results
sults results can be obtained when everybody
works from the basis- of doing to
others as he would have done by," Mr.
Nash said. "I am not interested in
making money. I have already more
than I ever dreamed of having. In
fact, I am worried about the money,
for I have seen too many crimes com committed
mitted committed under the shadow of great
wealth. j
"That the Colder Rule pays in the
operation of a business I think has
been demonstrated in ours.
"No other manufacturer can pro produce
duce produce the results that our workers do,
when they know they are working for
themselves and the good of others
around them.
"Increased output of course would
not count and we would have broken
up. if we had not had the business.
But the Golden Rule works right there
too. It has gotten us the business.
Through the period of depression as
well as through the period of high
prices we have kept right on growing.
"Incidentally we have written into
the charter of the Chattanooga fac factory
tory factory that it shall be co-owned by the
workers. The men who subscribed
stock I insisted should give themselves
in a measure to the work.
"We have treated our customers as
we would be treated. So the chain of
the operation of the Golden Rule has
completed itself."
Mr. Nash was ordained a minister,
but after a short experience in this
field gave it up abruptly, and took to
labor at whatever he could find to do.
For a time he carried a hod.
FLETCHER .WANTS BETTER
INFORMATION FOR FARMERS
Washington, Feb. 1. To extend the
service from the pony system to one. of
large proportions, Senator Fletcher of
Florida, has Offered an amendment to
the agricultural appropriation bill, in increasing
creasing increasing the item for disseminating
market reports of fruits and vegeta vegeta-bies
bies vegeta-bies from $390,000 to $1,100,000. This
amendment, if agreed to by the com com-mittee
mittee com-mittee on agriculture and adopted in
conference, will mean that shippers of
fruits of all kinds in Florida, Georgia
and lower South Carolina, will have,
effective July 1, 1921, a large and com comprehensive
prehensive comprehensive system of market reporting
respecting fruits and vegetables while
recently, because of reduced appro appropriations,
priations, appropriations, only the pony or small plan
has been in operation. While Florida
with her large fruit and vegetable
shipments would probably be more af affected
fected affected than some of the other states
In the south, it would also touch wa
termelons and peaches from Georgia
ar.d vegetables from the fertile section
in lower Carolina. This amendment
will be of incalculable value if agreed
upon and voted in the bin.
THIS MARION COUNTY
IS IN ALABAMA
Haleyville, Ala, Feb. 2 "No fire,
no school!" That ultimatum by a num number
ber number of rural school teachers of Marion
county was not complied with by the
trustees, and as a result several
schools are already reported dosed.
The trustees are said to be makine
the improvements demanded, which
!not only include modern .r
rangements, but up-to-date black-
beards and other equipment.
Try our sausage, made fresh every
morning. Cook's Market and Grocery.
Phone 243. 2-8t

Our Specialty Is

J&bvilditd

YOU SAVE MONEY
Cn your shoe bills by having us re re-build
build re-build your old shoes. Our charges are
moderate, and we guarantee Asatisf ac action,
tion, action, i
MAZON & CO.
Between Ten Cent Store and Gerigs
. Drag Store
OUR LOCATION
Only a few blocks from
Union Depot. Glad to
see you at any time.
We sell
Larro Cow Feed
and all other kinds of Feed.
Hay, Grain and Provisions.
If you are now buyihg from
us tell your friends.
Dancse Feed & Grocery
Company
636 VV. Forsyth Street
JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA
Geo. MacKay I Co.
Funeral Directors
and Embalmers
Two Licensed Embalmers
Motor Funeral Cars
, Private Morgue and Chapel
' Day Phone 47
Night Phone 515 :
G. B. Overton, Manager
LET US BUILD YOU A 1
Select your own
plans. Terms: ,h;
lot and
.half cash.
balance like rent Call and
talk it over with us.
RAY S THOMSON
Abstract Building
NEEDHAM MOTOR CO.
General Auto Repairing
and Storage
. Gasoline, Oils and Grease
Agents for
SCRIPPS-B00TH SIX
Oklawaha Ave. & Orange St
Phone 252
CYLINDER REB01MG
MACHINE
For AH Cars
EFFICIENT WORKMEN.
PROMPT SERVICE
REASONABLE CHARGES
GEO. J. YVILLIAMS
Formerly Carroll Motor Company
Garage, Osceola St.
Phone 597 Night 403
L. ALEXANDER
PRACTICAL CARPENTER AND
BUILDER
Care? ul estimates made on all con contract
tract contract vork. Gives more and better
work ftr the money than any other
contractor in the eitv.
J.D.DAWKINS
ALL KINDS OF :
FRESH MEATS, FISH,
and OYSTERS
EVERY
TUESDAY and FRIDAY
Phone 519
111 W. Broadway
NOTICE
Mr. G. B. Overton is now our)
funeral director and embalmer. Night
:hone 515, day phone 47.
25-tf George MacFay & Company.

UuCLASSEED "..
ADVEIIISE jftTS
WANTED. LOST, FOUND, F02
SALE. FOB RENT AND SCI

ILAR LOCAL NEEDS
Rates: Six line, naxianst, & tlaa,
25c; three time. Sic; six tine. 75c;
one nth. 3. Payable ia ad rase.
OR SALE Diamond, about karat,
flawless, blue white, beautiful atone.
Will sacrifice for $225. Also solid
gold Waltham watch. 17 jewel $35,
value $75. Apply P. V. L at Star
office. 31-Ci
LOST In Gainesville or or fbid' be
tween Gainesville and Ocala brown
leather suitcase with initials E. jU.
B. on one end. Reward to fityJer by
applying to Norman Home. Ocala,
Fla. Sl-t
WANTED 2500 crossties delivered at
our Kendrick plant. Lake Weir
Washed Sand Co, Ocala. 31-t
:HER0-C0LA WOODYARD We are
prepared to furnish oak or pise
wood for either -stove on fireplace
on short notice. We deliver your
money's worth promptly. Give us a
trial order. Chero-Cola Woodyard,
phone 167. 26-la
'OR SALE We have a surplus of
fifty head of horses and mules for
sale. You can find stock suitable
for any purpose by applying at the
stables. 'Anthony Farms, Anthony,
Fla- I8.tf
WOOD Giles Wood Yard. Seasoned
oak or pine wood for either stovt or
fireplace, $1 and $2 per load. Yard
corner South Main and Third St.
Phone 112. 1-19-lra
PAINTING Honorably discharged
soldier desires painting of all de descriptions
scriptions descriptions and in any capacity and
will furnish estimates free. All
work guaranteed first class and
reasonable .Address W. G. Cron Cron-miller,
miller, Cron-miller, care tht Star. 23-Ct
BERMUDA ONION -PLANTS $2.00
per 1000, cash with order. L. O.
Booher, Route A, Box 66. 24-12t
FOR SALE Oak and pine wood, cut
for fireplace and store. Apply Mala
Street Wood yard or phone 565. 12t
LOST Last night at Melville's teat
show, a brown fur neckpiece, with
two tails and fastenings crocheted.
Reward to finder by applying to
Mrs. J. F. Thompson, No. 447 Okie Okie-waha
waha Okie-waha avenue. 1-?
FOR SALE 1919 Ford with self,
starter; in Al condition; cheap for
cash. Needham Motor Co., Ocala,
Fla. ' l-6t
LOST Recently, silver mesh bag. Re Reward
ward Reward to finder by applying for "B"
at Star office. 2St
FOUND Auto crank. Apply at thia
office, tell make of car crank belong
to and pay for this notice. ' 2-tf
TOR RENT Furnished rooms for
light housekeeping. Apply at, 603
E. Second street. 2-tf
WANTED One birdseye maple dress.
er. rnone 98. Z-tf
FOR SALE Barred Plymouth Seek
eggs. 11X0 per setting, at 110 S.
Main St, Ocala. Fla. 2-t
FOR SALE Sligthly used Ivers A
Pond piano. Cost new today $750.
A bargain for immediate sale. lib liberal
eral liberal terms arranged. Address Mr.
Fuller, care, Colonial hoteL S-Ct
WANTED Several men with sellis
ability to work in territory sur surrounding
rounding surrounding Ocala, to sell monthly pay
health and accident insurance. Yeiy
liberal commissions. See Mr. Tem Temple
ple Temple at Colonial Hotel between 6 and
7 p.m. - Z-f.
BUSINESS SERVICE BUREAU
We beg to announce to the general
public that on the 1st of February we
will open a business ia the Merchants
block, in Ocala, to be known as the
BUSINESS SERVICE BUREAU.
where those in need of stenographic
and typewriting work, or general of
fice work of any kind, can have seat,
done at this office.
We also are prepared to do all kinds
of Multigraph work on short notice.
Soliciting your patronage,
Minerva Murphy.
22eod Blair Woodrow.
.JO BUN Y MOORE'S CAFE
The many friends of John T. Moere
throughout Florida, and especially ia
Ocala, his home for most of his life,
win be glad to know that he is now ia
the business of feeding and rtfreshicj
the public hi Tampa, where he is
operating the best cafe, cold drink and
ci;ar business in the city, located ia
the heart of Tampa at 80S Frank! fn
street.' There are other places ia the
city of Tampa to eat, drink and smoke,
but none quite as good as that of
Johnny,"' as Ms Menu call Mr.
t Moore. Ocala people especially are
cordially invited to call on Mr. Moors
when ia Tampa.

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PAGE1 Page
METS:fptr FILEID
PAGE2
PAGE3
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STRUCT2 other
ODIV1
FILES1