The Ocala evening star

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

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Dates or Sequential Designation:
Began in 1895; ceased in 1943.
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Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 5 (June 24, 1895).
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Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: Project #00110855

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f- TEMPERATURES
This morning, 50 degrees.
This afternoon, 65 degrees.
WEATHER FORECAST
Fair tonight and Sunday. -not much
change in temperature.
Vol 27
OCALA, FLORIDA. SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 5, iaI
NO. 30
PRESIDENT SAYS
HE'S I PROPHET
CIGAR MAKERS
VOTE OFF STRIKE
KING CQIISTAIITIIIE
- FACES A CRISIS
I
VICTORIA IS A
MONDAY AT THE
GUIS CULTURE III
tllOII COI'IN
PAY THE DAMAGE
TAMPA FAIR

OCALA

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Not Knowing Wha$ May Happen, He
Vetoes Bill Reducing the
-Already Small Array

(Associated Press) -Washington,
Feb. 5 President Wil Wilson
son Wilson today vetoed the joint resolution
directing the war department to stop
army -recruiting until the present
force has been reduced to 175,000. The
president sajd he Vas unable to see
in the condition of the world at large
or in the needs of the United States
any change "that could justify a re restriction
striction restriction upon the minimum enlisted
strength of 280000 men provided for
in the army reorganization bill."
LAKE WEIR COMPANY j
HAS PLENTY OF SAND
Damaged by Fire this Morning, It
Promptly Prepares to Make
Good
The dredge boat belonging to the
Lake Werr Washed Sand Company at
Lake Weir was badly damaged by fire
early this morning. The fire was caus caused
ed caused -by the bursting of the intake pipe
to the engine.-
Mr. Rose of the company thinks all
the machinery can be used again on a
new hull and says thatxmaterial will
be ordered immediately. He believes
the plant will be ready' for operation
by March 1st. In the meantime ar arrangements
rangements arrangements will be made to handle the
regular business with a temporary
loading device.
Lake Weir sand is in great demand,
and the compa'ny has shown it has
plenty of sand in its craw by its
prompt work in rehabilitation.
TO GO TO THE JURY TONIGHT.
Case of the Alabama Guardsman Ac Accused
cused Accused of Murder in Walker
County
Hamilton, Feb. 5. The defense
closed its case in the trial of Sergeant
Robert Lancaster, the Alabama Na National
tional National Guardsman, charged with par participating
ticipating participating in the lynching of William
Baird at Jasper last month, within
thirty minutes after court convened
today. The state announced it would
consume two hours in rebuttal. Ar Arguments
guments Arguments began at noon and it is ex expected
pected expected the case will go to the jury by
tonight.
It was announced that the trial of
Sergeant Glenn Stephens, indicted
with Lancaster and seven other
guardsmen, would begin Feb. 14th.
IT SIMMERED DOWN
TO A SMALL AFFAIR
t Associated Press)
Valparaiso, Chile, Feb. 5. Chilean
government troops are being rushed to
AntoFagasta province, where soldiers
and workers at a large nitrate plant
have been fighting. Advices state that
. only six persons were killed during
the fighting. Earlier dispatches de declared
clared declared twenty-three met death.
COWLES-BAKER
The Ocala Country Club was the;
scene this morning of an unusual but :
.extremely interesting event. There
have been many unique and enjoyable
occasions besides golfing at this beau beautiful
tiful beautiful spot, but never has a wedding
taken place until this morning, when
Mr. H. L. Cowles of Cambridge Wis.,
who spends his winters at Fruitland
Park, and Mrs. Ula S. Baker of Mil Milwaukee,
waukee, Milwaukee, Wis., were united in marriage
at high noon, Rev. C. W. White of the
Methodist church, officiating.
There were about a dozen friends of
the couple from Fruitland Park pres present
ent present at the ceremony, which took place
in the cozy club house and was follow followed
ed followed by a wedding breakfast. Indeed it
was a merry wedding party. The best
wishes that their Ocala friends could
extend to this couple is that their
married "life may be as happy and
beautiful as was the wedding day.
Mr. Cowles has a number of friends
in this city, having golfed here often,
who sincerely hope that his visits to
the city will be more frequent, as
they would like to make the acquain acquaintance
tance acquaintance of his bride. Certainly Mr. and
Mrs. Cowles could not have selected a
prettier or more romantic spot for a
marriage ceremony than the Ocala
Country Club
DRUG, STORES WILL
CLOSE EVENINGS
The undersigned drug stores will be
closed at 8" o'clock every evening ex
cept Saturdays until further notice.
Anti-Monopoly.
Ceng's.
tf Bitting & Phillips.
, Everybody's playing 2895.
today. B. Goldman.
Get it

2-tf

Tampa Men Prove that Ten Months of
Closed Shop has Made Them
Very Tired

(Associated Press)
Tampa, Feb. 5. Officials represent representing
ing representing 13,000 striking cigar makers here
announced today the strike had been
called off by a referendum vote. The
strike has been in progress nearly ten
months and hinged principally around
the open shop. Union officials said
the referendum was ordered because
of the increasing difficulties of obtain obtaining
ing obtaining funds to support the strikers.
MRS. PARNELL
(Associated Press)
London, Feb. 5. Mrs. Charles Ste
wart Parnell, widow of the great
Irish nationalist leader, died here to
day.
PRESIDENT WANTS LAND
FOR THE PEOPLE
(Associated Press)
Washington, Feb. 4. President
Wilson has vetoed a Senate bill to
give the Milk River Valley Gun Club
76 acres of Montana land for a game
preserve. The president declared the
bill turned over public lands to pri private
vate private parties for a private purpose,
und that the use of it by the gun club
would destroy it as a resting and
breeding place for wild fowl, which
the government is seeking to protect.
NEW JOB FOR KNOTT
Possible he May Have a Certain Well Well-Known
Known Well-Known Ex-Politician for
- a Patient.
W. V. Knott of Jacksonville, former
state comptroller, has been selected by
the board of commissioners of state
institutions to succeed Dr. H. Mason
Smith, who resigned as superinten superintendent
dent superintendent of the state hospital for the in
sane at Chattahoochee, it was an
nounced by Governor Hardee, Friday
afternoon. Dr. Smith has held the of office
fice office since July 1917, succeeding Worth
W. Trammell, who became assistant
attorney general. It is understood
that Dr. Smith will take up hospital
work at St. Elizabeth hospital, Wash
ington, D. C. Jacksonville Metropolis.
The Star is glad to see this position
given to Mr. Knott, who has always
been faithful and efficient in every
place, public or private, that he has
filled.
MR. PARKER BUYS A
BUSINESS OF HIS OWN
The latest business change in Ocala
was the purchase by Mr. WcD. Parker
of the Hayes interest in the dry goods
store. of Hayes & Guynn on North
Magnolia street, several days ago.
, Mr. Parker has been connected with
other retail establishments in Ocala
for the past nine years, having had
charge of the men's furnishing and
clothing departments. While the firm
of Hayes & Guynn has always handled
men's furnishings, no special feature
was made of this line. Mr. Parker in intends
tends intends to make this one of The leading
features of the new firm's business,
and hi3 years of experience will be a
big asset in making the line a success
from the start.
The new firm will be known as
Parker & Guynn, and the Star wishes
these young men every success.
NOTICE
The Presbyterian circles will meet
Monday at 4 o'clock at the following
places:
Circle No. 1 with Mrs. Todd at the
home of Mrs. Grider Perkins.
Circle No. 2, Mrs. Weihe, chairman,
at the' church.
Circle No. 3 will have no meeting.
Circle No. 4, Mrs. Newsom, chair
man, at the church.
'All members urgently requested to
be present as there is important busi business.
ness. business. Secretary.
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.
TRICOTINE DRESSES
Navy blue, brown and black. Very
smart, up-to-date Paris models. Some
of this lot are handsomely embroider-
ed; others plain and very dainty. You
can't help but find your wants if you
come early. Regular $35 dresses going
at $12,48, Monday and Tuesday only.
B. Goldman's Big Closing Out Sale. 2t
Don't forget where you can have
your pictures framed. Roberts &

J Spencer, phone 850.

l-6t

Rhallis Cabinet has Resigned and It
Seems a Difficult Task to
Find a Successor

(Associated Press)
Athens, Feb. 5. Conferences with
political leaders were held today by
Constantine in an effort to solve the
ministerial .crisis which culminated
List "night in the resignation of the
Rhallis cabinet. It is believed War
Minister (Jounaris or Finance Minister
Kalogeropoulos will be asked to head
the new cabinet.
AUCTION PARTY
HONORING VISITORS
Dl the many social affairs of the
season none have surpassed the large
auction party yesterday afternoon, at
which Misses Margaret and Mamie
Taylor were hostesses, complimenting
Mrs. DeWitt Blew and Miss Margaret
Hallman, who are visiting at the home
of Mr. and Mrs. G. S. Scott and Mr.
and Mrs. J. H. Taylor.
The spacious Taylor home on East
Fort King avenue was. enhanced yes yesterday
terday yesterday by simple but handsome dec decorations
orations decorations of baskets of roses and vases
of variegated carnations," ornamenting
11 the rooms on the lower floor,
which were opened en suite for this
occasion.
Though this was one of the largest
card parties given in Ocala for some
time, there was evident a spirit of
informality which always adds great greatly
ly greatly to the enjoyment of and social af affair.
fair. affair. Receiving with the Misses Taylor
and the honorees were Mrs. Frederick
Hocker and the hostess' dainty little
niece, Martha. Taylor, who was win win-somely
somely win-somely attired in a white tulle dress
covered with red hearts and with this
costume she also wore a crown also
ornamented with hearts, signifying
most appropriately the approach of
St. Valentine's day.
After the guests had been greeted
"by their hostesses and introduced to
the honorees, they found places at the
card tables by unique tally cards,
presented to them by Martha Taylor.
There were eleven tables of players
and for two hours auetion was enjoy enjoyed.
ed. enjoyed. Upon counting the scores it was
found that Miss Marian Dewey held
the high score and she was rewarded
with an embroidered card table cover.
The honorees were presented with
bouquets of carnations.
Assisted by Mrs. G. S. Scott and
!rs. J. H. Taylor, Misses Martha Tay
lor and Clifton Hocker, the Misses
Taylor served refreshments of ice
cream and cake in a valentine color
motif, and as a memento of this oc occasion
casion occasion dainty valentine boxes contain
ing mints were presented to each
guest.
Many affairs are being planned for
Mrs. Blew and Miss Hallman which
promise to be among the nicest par parties
ties parties given in Ocaa this season, but
none will be more enjoyable than the
card party of yesterday.
SAVING DAYLIGHT
IN MEXICO CITY
That Town Has Done Every
Fool Thing in the Last
Ten Years
Other
(Associated Press)
Mexico City, Feb. 5. Daylight sav saving
ing saving will be inaugurated here Sunday
for the first time in the history of the
city. It has been decided to turn the
clocks an hour ahead to conserve elec electricity.
tricity. electricity. The city already is being ra rationed
tioned rationed in the way of lights and water.
POSTAL AUTHORITIES
SHOULD BE PINCHED
Played Directly Into the Hands of
Thieves. Who Robbed Mail Wagon
of a Huge Sum
(Associated Press)
St. Louis, Feb. 5. The postal au authorities
thorities authorities today are continuing he in investigation
vestigation investigation of the mail robbery at St.
Charles, twenty miles from here last
night, when a registered pouch said
to contain about $100,000 in cash
and liberty bonds was reported stolen
from a mail wagon by five bandits,
who held up the driver.
FAIR ASSOCIATION MEETING
Notice is hereby given that the an-
i nual meeting of the members of the
! Marion "County Fair and Agricultural
Association will be held at the Temple
' theater in Ocala, Fla, on Tuesday,
February 8th, 1921, at two o'clock p.
m., for the purpose of receiving and
acting on reports of officers, electing
it-r"(3 KtrtA nneQ(fin( ttiirYi f)iA7
(business as may come before the
j meeting. J. C. Johnson,
E. C. Bennett. President.

Secretary.

wkylt-dly 4-5-7

I loyd George Moderate Toward Ger Ger-mans
mans Ger-mans but Insists they Repay
Part of Allied Loss

(Associates Press)
Birmingham, Eng., Feb. 5 Premier
I loyd George in a speech here today
said that Germany is morally bound
to pay for the damage inflicted daring
the war. He asserted that Germany
Buist not be allowed to ay in a way
that would injure the country receiv receiving
ing receiving payment, with cheap goods, for ex example.
ample. example. The Allies' bill, he said, was
framed on the basis of German pros prosperity.
perity. prosperity. If Germany was not pros prosperous
perous prosperous she could not pay; if she were
prosperous, she could and must.
GERMAN PAPERS WHINE
Paris, Feb. 5. Violent protesta
tions against the decisions of the su supreme
preme supreme council regarding reparations
pre still being published by the Berlin
newspapers.
As a strengthening tonic there is
nothing better than Nux and Iron
Tonic Tablets, $1 per bottle of 100
tablets at Gerig's Drug Store. Guar Guarantied
antied Guarantied or monev back. tf
INCOME TAX FACTS
YOU SHOULD KNOW
Due, in the majority of cases, to
misunderstanding of exemptions, more
than 70,000 persons last year were as
sessed a nominal penalty of from $5
to $10 for failure to file an income tax
return for 1919, although their in
come for that year was not taxable.
The reevnue act provides a personal
exemption of $1000 for single persons,
$2000 for married persons and heads
of familiesand an additional exemp exemption
tion exemption of $200 for each person dependent
upon the taxpayer for chief support,
if such person is under 18 -years of
age or incapable of self-support. The
delinquents last year were persons
whose incomes exactly equalled the
amount of the allowable exemptions
and who considered it unnecessary to
file a return and others whose income,
because of dependents, was non-taxable,
but who nevertheless were re required
quired required by law to make returns Th
bureau of internal revenue, therefore.
this year is emphasizing the fact that
the requirements to file a return are
based solely on a person's marital
status and the amount of his or her
income for 1920. Single persons with
net incomes for 1920 of $1000 or more
and married persons with net incomes
of $2000 or more must file a return
legardless of whether their incomes
are nen-taxable.
Returns of Married Persons
The exemption of $2000 allowed
married persons applies to the com
bined income of husband and wife, to
which must be added the income of
dependent minor children. A common
error is for both husband and wife to
claim the exemption, which is design
ed to cover essential living expenses
This exemption may be claimed by
either or may be apportioned between
them as they may elect.
If the income of either husband or
wife for the year 1920 was more than
$5000, each should, file a separate re return.
turn. return. This is for the purpose of com
puting correctly the surtax on income
in excess of $5000, which applies sep
arately to the net income of husband
and wife, and not to the combined net
income.
The surtax rates, which apply only
to net income in excess of $5000, are
computed without benefit of the per personal
sonal personal exemptions. Many taxpayers
make the mistake of computing tax on
the combined net income of husband
and wife, to their own disadvantage.
As an illustration, in the case of a
husland whose ne't income was $7000
and that of his wife $2000, the total
normal and surtax; if the incomes
were combined, would amount to $480,
whereas if computed on the income of
each would amount to only $350. In
the first instance, deducting the per personal
sonal personal exemption of $2000 from the
combined income of $9000, the tax is
on the remaining $7000. At the rate
of 4 per cent on the first $4000 and 8
per cent on income in excess of that
amount ther normal tax amounts to
$400. The surtax, which is computed
without the benefit of the personal
exemption, amounts to $80, which is
1 per cent on the amounts of income
between $5000 and $6000, 2 per cent
on the amount of income between
$6000 and $8000, and 3 per cent on the
amount of income between $8000 and
$9000.
If computed separately, the husband
may deduct the personal exemption of
$2000 from his income of $7000 and
on the remainder pay a normal tax of
$240. being 4 per cent on the first
$4000 and 8 per cent on the excess."
His surtax amounts to $30, being 1
per cent on the amount of his income
between $5000 and $6000, and 2 per

cent on the amount of his income be-

Harding Has to Cancel Most of his

Dates While the Yacht Plows
the Indian River
(Associated Press)
Palm Beach, Feb. 5. Harding's
yacht, the Victoria, pushed northward
from Palm Beach today en route to
St. Augustine. Delays forced the can cancellation
cellation cancellation of .most of the stops Mr.
Harding had planned on the way. but
he still hoped he might play a game
of golf at some point south of St.
Augustine. The yacht will probably'
lay up for the night somewhere near
Fort Pierce
SILVER TEA
Among the social events' of the
week was the silver tea, given yester yesterday
day yesterday afternoon at the home of Mrs. C
W. White by the members of the Eu-
tawah class of the Methodist Sunday!
school. The entire lower, floor was
beautifully decorated with pink roses.
pink Ludvine and poinsettias, and in
the corner of the reception hall was a j
prettily decorated booth where fancy
work, candies and cakes were sold;
during the afternoon! A musical pro program
gram program was rendered and among the
numbers "was a solo by Mr. James
Melton and several numbers by the
high school quartet. .There were -also
several recitations, which were great-.

ly enjoyed. Miss Irene Tompkins as-'is
sisted by several members of the
class, served sandwiches and tea in

the dining room during the af fernoon.
A neat sum was realized by the mem members
bers members of the class, who are doing all
they can to help the new Sunday
school building fund.
ISTHMUS OF TEHUANTEPEC
SHAKEN BY AN EARTHQUAKE
(Associated Press)
Mexico City, Feb. 5. There was
much damage to property and prob
ably many deaths caused by an earth
quake Thursday nighf on the Isthmus
of Tehuantepec.
AT THE TEMPLE TODAY
"The Heart of a Fool." which was
played yesterday, will be repeated to today,
day, today, with change of comedy. It
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.
TRICOTINE DRESSES
Navy blue, brown and black. Very
smart, up-to-date Paris models. Some
of this lot are handsomely embroider embroidered;
ed; embroidered; others plain and very dainty. You
can't help but find your wants if you
come early. Regular $35 dresses going
at $12.48, Monday and Tuesday only.
B. Goldman's fiig Closing Out Sale.t
tween $6000 and $7000. The wife re
ceives no personal exemption, and her
entire income of $2000 is taxed at the
rate of 4 per cent, being less than
$4000. The husband's tax is $270 and
the wife's $80.
Exemptions Not For All
Not every married person is entitled
to the $2000 exemption. The claim is
ucpciiucin. uii cU1 mu uu wn
are living together within the meaning
of the revenue act. In the absence of
continuous residence together, wheth whether
er whether a man or living with wife or hus husband
band husband depends upon the character of
the separation.
If occasionally and temporarily the
wife is away on a visit or the husband
i away on business, the joint home
being maintained, the $2000 exemp
tion applies. Unavoidable absence of
a wife or husband at a sanatorium on
account of illness does not preclude a
claim for the exemption. If, however,
the husband voluntarily and continu
ously makes his home at one place and
the wife at another, they are not liv
ing together within the meaning of
the income tax laws regardless of
their' personal relations. In case of
separation by mutual agreement each
st ,.!,.. return of income f
1 (Wi rr- mA TVio mama rnl annlips
vww .. -ri
in case of divorce or legal separation.
A man or widow not the head of a
family and. without dependents, is en entitled
titled entitled only to a $1000 exemption.
Ho ir to Determine Status
The status of a taxpayer on the last
day of the taxable year determines
the amount of his exemptions. If on
December 31, 1920, he was married
and living with his wife he may claim
the $2000 exemption, although the
marriage may have taken place on De December
cember December 30." If on December 30 he
became a widower, he is entitled only
to the $1000 allowed a single person
unless the head of a family.

Gasparilla Will Capture the Defease Defease-less
less Defease-less City and a Most Terrible
Jollification Will Ensoe

(Special to the Star)
Tampa, Feb. 6. Monday, designat designated
ed designated as "Gasparilla Day," promises to
be in many respects the most brilliant
of the South Florida Fair and Gas Gasparilla
parilla Gasparilla Carnival, which has proven un un-precedentedly
precedentedly un-precedentedly successful on the open opening
ing opening days and promises to smash all
records .throughout next week.
The day will be marked by the ar arrival
rival arrival of the pirate ship of Ye Mystic
Krewe o Gasparilla, from Gasparilla
Ile, which will be greeted with a
furious bombardment from the clouds
and the. delivery of th keys of the
city by Mayor Charles H. Brown, who
will meet the pirate crew in an air airplane.
plane. airplane. A water pageant given under the
auspices of Rollins College will be an another
other another feature. During the evening the
annual Rotary-press banquet given by
the Tampa Rotary Club irf honor of
Florida editors and distinguished win
ter visitors occurs at the Tampa Bay
hotel
HEATHEN CHINESE WANTED
AMERICAN HOMES
Philadelphia, Feb. 5. One China
man was shot and killed and another
believed to have drowned when two
detectives were beaten in a battle on
a Japanese steamer here today as S3
Chinese sailors attempted to flee
ashore.
ELEVEN RESCUE HOMES
IN THE NEAR EAST
Some of the best medical minds of
this country and Europe are engaged
in the studypf the eradication of tatoo
marks from, the foreheads and chins
of Christian girls, branded by the
Turks as a sign of serfdom at the time
cf their imprisonment in Turkish
harems. Many .of these girls have
been rescued by officials of the Near
East Relief and are pictured In a mo motion
tion motion picture film to be shown in con
nection with the lecture of Dr. I. M,
fYonan, who will arrive in Florida
Thursday for a tour of the state.
There are eleven rescue homes ope
rated in the Near East where women
and girls, some of them barely a doz
en years of age, are sheltered after
their escape from harems. Many
thrilling stories have been told by
Nftr East workers of rides into the
mountains and the storming of large
Turkish estates to rescue from Turk
ish masters these Christian girls who
were stolen during the war and the
accompanying deportations.
American directors have developed a
boy scout and girl movement injhe
Near East, and the picture illustrates
some of the physical training whkh
the girls in particular are receiving.
This is a new experience for these
girls whose forefathers considered
exercising, particularly in public, as
immodest, and who are now experienc experiencing
ing experiencing the freedom of the American girl
for the first time in their lives.
Another feature of the film shows
the arrival in a Near East town of the
old clothes contributed by America.
The clothes come by boat and are
bundled on to ox-carts which trundle
from the wharf thru the streets, fol followed
lowed followed by thousands of ragged children
who gaze upon that heap of cast-off
-n Aniriam chnd wel-
eft. nf 0.ritm marn M
As the ragged garments are removed
from the children and burned, we see
the babies receiving their tub baths
i to be readv for thir new clothes,
which in the meantime have passed
thru a treatment with disinfectants.
Then are pictured the children at
their games little boys and girls who
with five years of war, deportation
and death as their only memory, axe
learning once more to play the games
which American children delight In
daily.
Extensive industrial work has been
started by American funds to provide
many of the necessities for refugee
children. Little tots, who must be
taught to play, are already efficient in
knitting their own stockings. In fact.
knitting has been found a great help
I Vx; tV. ultllt ninll fmm fwTl.
f J
The film shows the manufacture of
shoes, the carding and weaving of
wool, and other industries which em
ploy the refugees, make them self-
supporting and turn over a profit for
further relief work.
TRICOTINE DRESSES
Navy blue, brown and black. Very
smart, up-to-date Paris models. Some
of this lot are handsomely embroider
ed; others plain and very dainty. You
cant help but find your wants if you
come early. Regular $35 dresser going
at $12.48, Monday and Tuesday only.
B. Goldman's Big Closing Out Sale. 2t

The Oraage Crop is the Biggest

Single Money Crop in
This Section
A revival of interest in eitnia mi
culture is takine- T
county, the original citrus fruit coun
ty m Florida. In view of this the sec
retary Of the Marion Count v Ti.-i r,l
of Trade calls attention to the folow-
. concerning orange growing
m uus county:
The orange cron of Marion mnntv
is the biggest single money crop in
the county. JThe value of the'eron at
present is estimated to be something
ue i,ooo,000 annually.
Plans for plan tin? this vear cover
something like 2000 new acres in or or-groves
groves or-groves in this county.
The two most successful oranges
produced in Florida originated in this
county, the "Pineapple" and the "Par
son Brown." Marion county oranges
mature earlier than the fruit of other
sectiens of the state, are first on the
nt,V.l J . r t i
me i dorr, onng gooa
prices.
Fancy fruit grown in this countv
tops the market every yearl This sea season
son season the top price was $14.25, with a
good strong average. Most of the
Marion county fruit was in ther mar
ket before the slump in prices came
last f alL v
There are more wild orange trees
in this county, than in any county in
Florida. Most of the sour orange
stock used originated in this county.
A grove can be brought into bear-
ng in this county without the use of
fertilizer. The use of fertilizer is ad
visable, however, but the heavier soils
of this county do not require as much
as do lighter soils.
There are fewer diseases in this
county, and less spraying is neces necessary,
sary, necessary, t
Marion county will always have the
advantage of getting her fruit to the
market first, and should the industry
ever be overdone this will be a tre
Most of the groves in Marion county
are on Orange Lake and Lake Weir,
but there are groves in every section
of the county. The nearest grove to
Ocala at present is that of Mr. W. D.
Cam on Fort King avenue, at the city
limits.
GERMAN CAPITALISTS
ARE BUILDING SHIPS
Hamburg, Germany, Jan. 18. De Despite
spite Despite lack of tonnage, shortage of coal,
labor troubles and a depreciated cur currency,
rency, currency, German shipping interests
have begun an intensive campaign to
marks have already gone into impor--tant
ship building contracts.
Hugo Stinnes, reputed to be the
wealthiest man in the new republic,
and a heavy shareholder in a number
of shipping companies, is reported to
be attempting to extend his influence,
which is now the controlling factor In
the German East Africa line and the
Woermann line, and an important fac factor
tor factor in. the affairs of the Hamburg Hamburg-American
American Hamburg-American line.
Regular steamship services with
America, South America, East Africa,
Mexico, Cuba, Spain, Portugal, Aus Australia
tralia Australia and Mediterranean and Scandi
navian ports, have been re-established,
and the North Sea, Baltic and Rhine
traffic has assumed a new and lively
aspect. Handicapped by shortage of
ships the Germans have turned their
attention to conversion of warships to
commercial usages, to construction of
motor ships out of sailing vessels, and
to the study of oil fuel as a substitute
for the more expensive coal fuel.
Booth Thinks Germany Will Come
Back
London, Jan. 19. Sir Alfred Booth,
- 'I'f W.
is of the opinion that up to a certain
point Germany is bound to recover her
shipping position.
"While it is true," he stated in an
interview here, "that Germany has to
start again practically from the be beginning,
ginning, beginning, it ts also true that the begin beginning
ning beginning has already been made."
"The newly issued German Shipping
Annual tells theworld that nine Ger German
man German steamship lines are again at
work plying to the two Americas and
to Mexico, to India and the Dutch In Indies,
dies, Indies, to Scandinavia, Cuba and the
Mediterranean, the Baltic, even to
Antwerp and to England.
"Ceratiniy it is partly by blending
charter foreign steamers with the
handful that was left to them under
the provisions of the Versailles treaty,
partly by an alliance between Ger Germans
mans Germans with experience and no ships and
Americans with ships and no exper experience,
ience, experience, Germany is preparing to return
to her eld place in the shipping world."
Sir Arthur Booth said that the
chances of Germany's success depend depended
ed depended on whether those who held the field
now made the most of their opportuni opportunities.
ties. opportunities.



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birds would come right out of the

trees if they believed he really wanted

them to come. I always believe him

wKen he is talking to me and never

ave a shadow of a doubt until I slip

cose from the cordial clasp of his

friendly hand and the back of his head

cuts off my view of his smiling coun

tenance. But Mr. Burns has a great
opportunity. If he was to keep one
of the Seaboard's promises he would

make a precedent. Promises are like

oecrust, and if Ocala had all the

busted pt&crust the Seaboard has un-

caded on her, and she could send it to

the Near East children, Herb. Hoover

wouldn't have to raise that thirty thirty-three
three thirty-three million dollars.

Mr. Thompson, is there not a law

or a regulation mat no tram snaw

stand across the track of another
railroad longer than is absolutely nec-

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RAILROAD COMMISSION

WANTS INFORMATION

The Evening Star, Ocala, Florida:

Gentlemen: The commissioners re received
ceived received a marked copy of the Evening
Star, containing an editorial with

reference to the unsatisfactory method

of handling trains at the Ocala union

station and wrote to Mr. L. B. Burns

superintendent, Seaboard Air Line
Railway Co.. requesting him to correct

the conditions referred to. A copy o:
his answer is given below:
"I am very sorry that this com
plant reached you. I have issued in

structions that each train handling
passengers stopping at Ocala, the
flrst stop will be made with ths

roaches at umbrella shed, and if nee

;ssary the second stop will be made
to handle baggage and express. I am

in hopes we will not have any further

complaints from this source."

1 he commissioners would appre

ciate being advised whether or not
you have observed any improvement

in the handling of these trains.
Yours very truly,
Lewis G. Thompson, Secretary.
Tallahassee, Feb. 3.
Ocala, Feb. 5, 1921.

Mr. Lewis G. Thompson, Secretary

Florida Railroad Commission:
Dear Sir: Yours of third received.

regret to say I cannot observe as yet

any result from Mr. Burns' instruc

tions. I was at the union station
when the southbound Seaboard limited

came in yesterday afternoon. It stop

ped with one of the parlor cars right

across the Atlantic Coast Line tracks

The passengers from the second car

hrd to get out, taking a long awkward
step to the ground and then walking

forward half a car-length to the Coast

Line track, which they had to ( climb

over before they could reach the plat

form. The limited is a rather short

train, seldom carrying more than five
cars. The local trains are longer, and

often a considerable number of pas

sengers have to get off, take a long

walk over a rough path, under a drip

ping water tank, and across a high
tiack to the platform. This is not so
rough on us natives, who are used to
the Seaboard trainmen, and pretty

well subjugated by them, but a stran

ger getting off here, particularly at
' night, might, think he had in some
mysterious manner been transported
to Africa, and was alighting in the
outskirts of a Hottentot village on

the Cape to Cairo line.

I have traveled on railroads where
trains had to stop in such awkward
places, and the trainmen always had
the good sense and courtesy to lead

the passengers thru the cars unti

tney arrived at the most saie and
easy place to alight, but the tact and
care for passengers prevalent on
trains in the passes of the Blue Ridge
or on the jirairies of Texas is not
cverpoweringly evident on the Tampa

and Jacksonville division of the Sea

board Air Line.

The trouble is caused, so the train

men seem to think, by the short sheds
and platforms of the station. The
platforms are truly too short and the
sl.eds are a joke. However, railroad
nen supervised building the station,
and they had no excuse for the inade inadequate
quate inadequate platforms and sheds. Now that
they are built, it is the business of
the trainmen to pull the trains far
enough down the line to allow the
passengers to -alight in comfort and
safety. It takes a husky man to hold
a railroad job, and it is a disgrace to
the Seaboard that it allows husky men
8t one end of a train to work in al almost
most almost luxurious convenience while at
the other women and children are
making strenuous efforts to travel over,
a rough, dark and often sloppy path
to gain the platform.
' This kind of business has been go going
ing going on ever since the station has been
in use, nearly four years.
I note Mr. Burns has told you he
will Tiave two stops made, one for the
passengers and the other for the bag baggage
gage baggage and express. I sincerely hope
Mr. Burns will keep -his promise, and
f wiU let you know when he does,
also when he doesn't. I really believe
he meant to keep it when he made it.
Mr. Burns is a mighty fine young man
and I think he could charm a bird out
of a tree. I am sure his railroad

A SHORT-CUT ROAD
ACROSS THE STATE

essary? There is no Necessity for the

Seaboard trains to stand across that

crossing. It is done simply and solely

for the convenience of the trainmen.

The Coast Line at the same point does

not leave its trains across the Sea Seaboard
board Seaboard track. Its men have as much

right to stop their engine at the end

of their shed as the Seaboard men

have to stop at the end of heirs.
Sometimes the engineers and firemen

on the .long, night Coast Line trains

have to walk back thru the weeds, to
reach the restaurant for their needed
coffee and lunch.

If the commission will investigate

this matter, the members will find
that it is another of the many ways

in which the Seaboard has bullied

Ocala since the old F. C. & P. passed

into its hands. Respectfully,

J. H. Benjamin.

FEARFULNESS OF WAR
IN THE FUTURE

A special dispatch from Paris to
the New York Tribune says:
The next war, says the French Gen

eral Maitrot., holds as many surprises
on land as on sea. France, he says,

since the armistice, has perfected a
projectile so powerful that a dozen

would wipe out a city like Berlin. Since

the war great progress has been made

in all European countries in the con construction
struction construction of tanks, silent guns and

heavy artillery of all kinds. These
will be the chief land weapons in fu future
ture future battles. Of aeronautics, General
Maitrot says: "Whoever masters the
air will rule the earth." The airplane

vail be undisputed master of future

territorial battles

The great danger which surface
vessels run in the future is shown by
the power of the new French air
bombs. At the time of the armistice
the French already were preparing a
half-ton projectile which, if it explod exploded
ed exploded within a hundred feet of a cruiser
would infallibly sink it. The latest
French bomb of this type weighs a
ton, or twice as large as is needed to

sink a cruiser.

About the Germans General Maitrot

says
"The engineers at the Krupp fac
tory have recently completed a re

markably heavy 309 quick-firing,
soundless gun. The Krupps also have
a new ss-millimeter gvm modeled
along the lines of our glorious 75s. It
is as mobile and rapid, but is lighter

and carries as far as 10 kilometers

The Krupps are now endeavoring to
make this gun soundless. It would

be a revolution of the art of war if

the position of the enemy's batteries
could no longer be guaged by sound.
It is impertaive that the French keep

up to the same standard of study."

General Maitrot says that the rapid

pace which an airplane can travel now

adays must not be forgotten. "At 200
kilometers an hour," he points out, "it
would take only -three hours to fly
from the right bank of the Rhine to

Paris. In a few hours our capital

could be annihilated without a strug

gle. no resistance being possible. Even
at a height of 15,000 feet it is re remarkable
markable remarkable what accuracy can be ob obtained
tained obtained by a bomber. If he descends a
few hundred feet the precision of his
aim is alarming.
"Air projectiles can be made to deal
certain death by containing poison
gas as well as explosives. By using
the new methods of compressing nox noxious
ious noxious gases, it will be possible with
,s-laden bombs to submerge entire
districts in poisonous waves.
"If the Germans and bolsheviki
unite one day against France we can
expect this kind of an invasion."
Despite the activity of other nations
in the manufacture of heavy guns,
General Maitrot says: "Our heavy
155-millimeter cannon and howitzer
and our 220 mortars and guns are the
best of their kind in Europe."
In tank warfare the French would
use chiefly the Schneider model as be being
ing being a happy and most useful means
between the heavy St. Chamond and
the light Renault. The Schneider car carries
ries carries a short 75-millimeter gun, two

machine guns and a crew of five. It
weighs fifteen tons. Compared with
this, the St. Chamond has one 75, four

machine guns., a crew of nine, and

weighs thirty-two tons. The light

Renault tank has either a gun or a
machine gun, is manned by two men

and weighs five tons.

A lot of boys still in hospitals
would be glad to pay a 1920 income
tax. How about yours?

(Leesburg Commercial)
While in Tampa last Saturday Man Manager
ager Manager A. R. Sandlin of the Highlands
citrus sub-exchange was requested by
Mr. Van Roy of Crystal River, who is
president of the Southern Crate Man Manufacturers
ufacturers Manufacturers Association, to extend an

invitation to the citizens of Leesburg j
and Lake county urging that everyone ;
who can be on hand and attend a pub- i

lie picnic which will be given at Rut-i
land on February 5, to celebrate thej
opening of the new bridge across thej
Withlacoochee river at that point.

With the opening of the new bridge
across the Withlacoochee river there J
will be inaugurated another cross
state air line road from the west coast!
beginning at Crystal River and ex- i
tending southeast via Inverness, skirt- i
ing Apopka lake on the south, thence
northeast to Rutland ferry, thence a I

little south of east to Wildwood andl
following practically the same course I
to Leesburg diverging at this point j

for DeLand, New Smyrna and down;

the east coast. Approximately thirty-j

live ii 1 1 ico tan uiua uc ciujiuiaicu iiuin
the distance which must now be cover covered
ed covered in traveling from Leesburg to

Crystal River via Ocala, and this
means a considerable saving to the
business representatives here who also
have interests at Crystal River.

The Withlacoochee river is the di

viding line between Sumter and Citrus
counties and as previous efforts with without
out without success had been made to have the

expense of constructing this bridge

borne jointly between the two coun

ties, it was decided by the people of

Citrus county that they would go

ahead with completeion of the pro project.
ject. project. Messrs. W. H. Boswell, J. B.

Young and Geo. W. Scofield, the com

mittee on invitation, have published

a letter to the people of Sumter and
Citrus county, the opening paragraph
of which is as follows:

"The new bridge across the Withlacoochee-
river, at Rutland, will be

completed and ready for traffic Feb

ruary 5, 1921, and on that day there

will be a public picnic to celebrate the
opening, of the new bridge."

WELCIDM

Of the Real Genuine
Hearty Sort
for Everybydy at all the Ser Services
vices Services Tomorrow at the

ORGANIZATION

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FUST
BAPTIST
CIIU1CI
OPPOSITE POST OFFICE

TRICOTINE DRESSES
Navy blue, brown and black. Very
smart, up-to-date Paris models. Some
of this lot are handsomely embroider embroidered;
ed; embroidered; others plain and very dainty. You
ed; others plain and very dainty. You
cant help but find your wants if you
come early. Regular $35 dresses going
at $12.48, Monday and Tuesday only.
B. Goldman's Big Closing Out Sale. 2t

Morning sermon, 11 o'clock
SHE RUNS HERSELF
A lot of popular miscon misconceptions
ceptions misconceptions of Church folks will
be discussed.

Night Sermon, 7:30 o'clock
YOU AND YOUR LIFE
"My life must touch a million
lives in some way ere I go,

From this old world of strug

gle to the land I do not

know.

DR. CHARLES L. COLLINS,
the Minister will preach at

both services.

We give you delivery service right
NOW. Cook's Market. Phone 243. 2-8t

SUNDAY SCHOOL
at 9:45 a. m.

YOUNG PEOPLE'S
MEETINGS at 6:30 p. m

YOU'RE

EXPECTED

i

C. Cecil Bryant-

Accounting and Auditing
: PHONE 332

Remember how you cheered on Ar

mistice Day? Paying your income
tax is evidence of real patriotism.

THERE'S A "SLIGHT"
in
REPAIRING TIRES
PROPERLY
but years of experence have taught
us the trick. When yours give
you troble call us.
BLAL0CK BROS.

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Annoying Condition Keliered,
She Says, by Cardui.
Atlanta, Ga. Miss Alice Frances
Young, of 28 East Alexander Street,
this city, says: "After entering wo womanhood,
manhood, womanhood, I suffered so much with
womanly weakness. My tack ached.
I would have, at certain times, a hot
feeling that seemed to go to my head.
Even my shoulders would hurt, and it
made me very dizzy and uncomfort uncomfortable.
able. uncomfortable. When the blood would flow to
my head I suppose that was what it
was I would faint and feel so weak.
"I couldn't do my work. I had a

Afternoon rood position, ana wis was surely

7. Shady. 14th Mornintr annnvlner act well an embarrassing. I

21 Santos. 14th Afternoon

! go to bed. I certainly Buffered greatly,
j "I heard of Cardui, and my mother
bought It for me. It was the first and
j only medicine that ever did me any
good for thla tremble."
! Dizziness, headache, sideache, back

ache, tired-out feeling and other dis disagreeable
agreeable disagreeable symptoms are often signs of
womanly troubles. Thousands of wo women
men women who formerly suffered from these
and similar ailments have found Car Cardui
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In the treatment of many diseases and
disorders peculiar to women.
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TAX ASSESSOR'S ITINERARY

February, 1921
. .Martel. 1st Afternoon
Cotton Plant. 1st Afternoon
.Heldtville. 2nd Morning:
.Dunnellon. 2nd Afternoon
.Romeo. 3rd Morning
.Blitchton, 4th Morning
. Emathla.. 4th Afternoon

29 Kendrick. 7th Morning
18 Martin. 7th Afternoon
2 Ixwell. 8th Morning
2 Fteddlck. 8th Afternoon
31 Fairfield. 9th Morning
3 . . Fleminton. 9th Afternoon
32 Central. 10th Morning:
32 Geiger. 10th Afternoon
22 Mcintosh. 11th Morn in (f

11 flrancA s o nth

No.
30.
4.
6.
24.
5.
20.

23.

is the spirit of modern times.
f
The organized endeaver of the
men behind this bank the ex experience;
perience; experience; knowledge and vision
of oil?- officers and directors
makes a connection here all
the more desirable.
Avail yourself of our organiza organization
tion organization by becoming a member of.
our family of depositors.

. v
Munroe & Chambliss National Bank

.Belleview, 15th ..Morning

.Pedro. 16th MorninK
. Summerfield. 16th Afternoon
.Candler. 17th Morning
. Oklawaha, 17th Afternoon

21 .
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19...,Kastlake. 18th Morning-

13 Weirsdale. 18th Afternoon

10 Moss Bluff, 21st Morning:

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Electra, 2lst Afternoon

Lynne, 22nd Morning
.Conner, 22nd Afternoon
.Burbank. 23rd Morning
.Fort McCoy. 23rd Afternoon
.Eureka. 24th Morning
.Orange Springs. 24th. .Afternoon
.Citra. 25th Morning
.Sparr, 25th Afternoon

....Anthony, 28th Morning:
Ocala AH of March
I have been unable to set assessment

blanks, thus the delay in publishing my
Itinerary. I want to urge every tax taxpayer
payer taxpayer to meet me and make returns of
his property. W. L. COLBERT.
21-5f-wky Tax Assessor.

tmeses

Our Special

ICE CREAM
for tomorrow is

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Evening
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Made Sheets, fine quality, size
81x90 ready for use. Sold re recently
cently recently for $2.95 .
A well known brand. Special
for this evening and Monday
only .
$1.39
No more than 4 sheets to a
customer..

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DCALA EVENING STAR, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 5. 1921

I
AT THE CHURCHES TOMORROW
A SCHOOL ENTERTAINMENT

A FEW REMINDERS
Of th.e Many Specials of the
Big Closing Out Sale

AT

"Why Pay More?

$75.00 Silk Plush Arctic
Coats, only 3 lelt. The
richest vafue in a coaU
at a most interesting
price. Now

Six Velour Cloth Coats
of excellent quality ma material.
terial. material. Most up-to-date
styles

m Ah so

Pillow Cases, 45x36 size. Embroid Embroid-eredt
eredt Embroid-eredt Regular sold $1.00 apiece.
Special Less than half price
per pair -----

S8e

Bleaching, Modoc Fine Cambric,
extra heavy Spring bleach.
SATURDAY arid MONDAY
Per Yard

lie

Gingham 32 inches v ide. A
bargain of bargains. During t
the Big Closing Out Sa'e, per
yard .....

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

18c

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98

Sheeting 81 inches wide; heavy
weight; bleached. Y6u know
what Pepperelle is this is
heavier. SATURDAY and
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Episcopal
John J. Neighbour, Rector
Quinquagesima Sunday
7:30- a: m. Holy communion.
9:45 a. m. Sunday school.
11 a- m. Holy communion and ser-

nion.

No evening service.
All cordially invited.
Baptist
Rev. C. L. Collins. D. D.t Pastor
9:45 a. m. Sunday school.
11 a. m. Worship with sermon.
She Runs Herself," a subject sug

gested by a remarkable fine engine.

6:30 p. m. Junior B. Y. P. U.
6:30 p. m. Senior B. Y. P. U.
7:30 p. m.. Popular service with

sermon, iou and lour Lafe. fcee

?dvertisement elsewhere in this paper.

,
Presbyterian
'(Rev. W. F. Creson, Pastor)
11 a. m. Morning worship.
Organ prelude, "Awakening" (Eng (Eng-e'mann).
e'mann). (Eng-e'mann). Doxology.
Invocation.
Hymn, "Something for Jesus."
Scripture lesson, 1. John 4:1-21.
Hymn, "Tis Finished! So the Sav

ior Cried," etc.
Offertory, selection (McDowell).
Prayer (congregation standing).
Duet, "Just as I am" Miss Bullock
and Mr. A. E. Gerig.
Sermon, "The Reason for the
Cross."
Solo, "Face to Face" (Herbert John Johnson)
son) Johnson) Miss Martha Ferry-
Hymn, "Crown Him with Many
Crowns," etc.
Benediction.
Closing prayer.
Organ postlude, marcli (Gounod).
7:30 p. m. Evening worship.'

Organ prelude, "Souvenir Number
23" (Beethoven).
Hymn, "Day is Dying in the West."
Prayer (congregation standing).
Hymn, "God Will Take Care of
You."
Scripture lesson, II. Tim. 2:1-26.
Hymn, "Faith of Our Fathers."
Chorus, "Crown Him King of
Kings."
Sermon, "Requirements for the Duy
Discharge of the Ministry."
Hymn, "Seal Us, O Holy Spirit."
Benediction.
Closing prayer.
Organ postlude, march (Gounod).

LADIES' BLACK HOSE
A 25c seller, for
per pair :

lie

A very interesting entertainment
was given by .the pupils of the gram grammar
mar grammar and high school at the school
building Friday night. It is, we be

lieve, the beginning of a series, and J

if all are as good as the first they will
make up a list of most interesting oc occurrences.
currences. occurrences. The entertainment was as follows:
"Then Was a Little Girl Girl-Little
Little Girl-Little Girl with a Curl... Ruth Collins
Sandy, the Irishman. .Whitner Koon
Soap Man Webster Gillen

Teacher Louie Smoak

ACT. I.
Children celebrating May Day and
Girl with Curl spreads soap and
makes all children fall while dancing.
Maypole dance by Louise Adams,
Winifred Silver. Leonora Toffaletti,
Pauline Shafer, Nell Wallis, Chiva Chiva-lette
lette Chiva-lette Smith, Gertrude Mayo and Mar Marguerite
guerite Marguerite Counts.

ACT II.
Girl with Curl pours water over the
fireworks and spoils boys' Fourth of
July celebration. Sandy defends her
from the angry boys.
Boys. in drilh Louis Knight, Ted

Drake, Harold Cullison, Herschel Rob

erts, Bob Simmons, Eugene Potter,

Pierce Daniels, Cleo Smith.
ACT III.
Teacher appears and reproves chil

dren. They sing Cuckoo song, then

have a tableau of "Mother and Child,'

Wilmer Smith representing the moth

er. Operetta closed with a sea song,

The O. H. S. orchestra delighted

everybody with its music. James Mel

ton sang two songs to the pleasure of

all.

Mrs. Cole, musical director, drilled

the children in their choruses. The

proceeds of the entertainment will

form a nucleus to buy a victrola for

the eighth grade.

The singing was fine, and all the

young folks carried off their parts

well. The audience, made up of their

parents and friends, were much grati

f.ed with the performance.

One drawback and a most ridicul

ous one for a town the size of Ocala
was the lighting, or rather the ab absence
sence absence of adequate lights. The study

hall, in which the performance took

place, was fairly well lighted, but
candles and lanterns had to be used to
show the people up to it. It's a dis disgrace
grace disgrace to the town that its high school

.uilding, erected several years ago,

has not yet a decent lighting system.

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

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

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Christian
J. G. Waggoner, Pastor
10 a. m. The Bible school studies
'The Marriage Feast." This wonder wonderful
ful wonderful provision is of personal interest to
all. Come.
11 a. m. Evangelist W. E. Harlow
preaches his first sermon in the gospel
meetings that he is to hold for the

church.

3:30 p. m. He preaches again and

is expected to speak every evening

through the week at 7:30 p. m. He is

an evangelist of large experience and
has held many great revivals. We

are fortunate in securing him and
hope his work will be a blessing to

our entire city. All are cordially in

vited to attend.

7:30 Tonight. Prof. Frank Mc

Donald, a noted singing evangelist,
will meet the singers at the church
fcr practice. He is a fine soloist and

chorus leader. We expect great music

Christian Science Services
Room 5. Merchant's Block
11 o'clock Sundays.
Wednesday evening meeting at
o'clock.

RECEPTION TO VISITORS

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"OUR A DP !"
, We are striving to give the very best service that can possibly be given

to our customers and fnends.
The officers of the Bank are anxious to talk over the conditions that con confront
front confront us, and help you to plan your finances, so as to make a success of youi
business.
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Call on us when in need of advice or funds. We fully realize the import importance
ance importance of lending money, as well as accepting deposits.
THE OCALA NA TI0NAL BANK:
Resources More Than a Million.

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Here's the jiew HANSON SPORT, the car from Dixie that created tuck a sensation at the Nw York

Automobile Show staged under the auspices of the National Automobile Chamber of Commerce. ThU is the
latest creation added to the Hanson line and was pronounced as one of the most beautiful cars exhibited at the
Show.

Distinctiveness is the proper word one might use in describing its beauty and graceful stream lines. The

new Sportster may be had in either rich maroon, or royal blue with white wire wheels, khaki top and uphol upholstered
stered upholstered to blend with the choice of the admirer's favorite color of paint.

We might add that the power plant in this new Sportster is the san e as that of the Speedster model.

which assures the owner an abundance of speed when desired or needed.

One of the first of these new models made its appearance in the state last week and will be exhibited

by the State Distributor, Grady Deen, and each dealer throughout Florida at an early date. The many thousands

of tourists will have the opportunity of seeing the new product of the Hanson Motor Company of Atlanta,

builders of the All Aluminum Car.

A. E. GERIG
INSURANCE
Ocala, Florida
ACCIDENT AUTOMOBILE

NOTICE

Mr. G. B. Overton is low our

Ifjineral director and embalmer. Night

lhone 515, day phone 47.

25-tf George MacKay & Company.

LARD FOR SALE

NEEDHAM MOTOR CO.

General Auto Repairing

and Storage
Gasoline, Oils and Grease
Agents for
SCRIPPS-BOOTH SIX

Oklawaha Ave. &. Orange St

Phone 252

HOME MADE Lard.

iLee, Ocala. Route B.

See

Ernest
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l' Winter's short days call
or mucn artificial ilium ilium-"
" ilium-" ination. As a result your
5EvYeV eyes are t rather
severely.
DR. K. J. WEI HE,
Optometrist and Optician
Eyesight Specialist

Seafood, always to be bad fresh at
?ity FISH Market. 9 Ft. Kin At, tf

WniW.l A. TLW.1AN
CONTRACTOR
Estimate Given Free
Phone S26 Ocala. Fla.

W. K. Lane, II. D, physician and
eurgeon, specialist eye, ear, none and
(hroat. Office rer S and 10 cent store,
Ocala, Fla. Adr. tf

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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 $2.00 1

Seats on Sale Monday at Court Pharmacy

The following invitation was

Iceived todav:

"Mrs. Gordon S. Scott. Mrs. John H

Taylor request the pleasure of your
company on Wednesday afternoon, the
ninth of February, to meet Mrs. De De-Witt
Witt De-Witt G. Blew. Miss Hallman.. 714 Fort
King avenue."
This reception will be held between
the hours of 3:30 and 6 p. m.
Further complimenting these visi visitors.
tors. visitors. Mrs. Blew and Miss Hallman,
who are guests at the home of Mr. and
Mrs. G. S. Scott and Mr. and Mrs. J.

H. Taylor, their hosts and hostesses

have issued invitations to another af

fair which will take place Thursday

evening at the residence of Mr. and

Mrs. Scott, and the invited guests in include
clude include the younger married and un unmarried
married unmarried friends of both parties.

L. ALEXANDER

PRACTICAL CARPENTER ANU

BUILDER

Careful estimates made on all con contract
tract contract work. Gives more and better
work ftr the money than any other

contractor in the city.

Our Specialty Is

buildind

BUY EARLY

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MAIL ORDERS NOW

TRICOTINE DRESSES

Navy blue, brown and black. Very
smart, up-to-date Paris models. Some
cf this lot are handsomely embroider embroidered;
ed; embroidered; others plain and very dainty. You
can't help but find your wants if you
come early. Regular $35 dresses going
at $12.48, Monday and Tuesday only.
B. Goldman's Big Closing Out Sale. 2t

YOU SAVE MONEY

Cn.your shoe bills by having as re rebuild
build rebuild your old shoes. Our charges are

moderate, and we guarantee satisfac

tion.
MAZON & CO.

Between Ten Cent Store and Gerlg'a

Ding Store

JOHHXY MOORE'S CAFE

OCALA MOTOR CO.
C. E. Simmons
Best Equipped Garage In Florida

The many friends of John T. Moore

m throughout Florida, and especially in

;Ctala, his home for most of his life,

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win oe giaa to Know mac ne is now in

BATTERY Water and Service FREE

DIAMOND LIGHT BATTERIES garanteed
Two Years
$30 $35 $40
Batteries Recharged and Rebuilt

the business of feeding and refreshing
the public in Tampa, where he is
operating the best cafe, cold drink and
cijrar business in the city, located in
the heart of Tampa at 806 Franklin
street. There are other places in the
c;ty of Tampa to eat, drink and smoke,
but none quite as good as that of
"Johnny," as his friends call Mr.
Moore. Ocala people especially are
cordially invited to call on Mr. Moore
when in Tampa.

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Fire
Insurance
Ocala, Florida

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It is owned by many wbo
can afford to pay anything
they wish for the thing
they use.
It is always bought be because
cause because of its known vatas
and its after cccsaos&ics

AUTO SALES CO.,
Mack Taylor
Ocala, fii., Pa is 31 i

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OCA LA EVENING STAB, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 5, 1921

LiCALA HUEKB

If you have any
phone to five-one.

society items,

Mr. Phillip G. Murphy is a business
Isitor in Jacksonville.

The following visitors were noted

on the streets yesterday: Mrs. C.

Gutschlag, Martin; Mr. and Mrs.

Frank Haviland, Mr. and Mrs. Sands
Haviland, Belleview; Mr. R. L. Hop

kins, Orange Lake; Mr. E. J. Jones,

Dunnellon; Mr. J. C. Brown, Stanton,
and Mr. A. L. McKay, Morriston.

' I would like io rent a small house
near Colonial Hotel at once. Three
or four-room house. R. E. Layton. 3t

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nouens oi. oyriuci iui picture iiaui-
nie. Our work stands. Phone 350. 6t

Miss Clara Ricketsbn of Bushnell

spent the day in town with friends.
.

Apalachicoia oysters iresh every
t'oy. Cook's Market and Grocery. 8t

Don't fail' to visit the Guarantee

vJothing & Shoe Company. Every-

litncr we. sell is guaranteed. We're

.anting for QUALITY not pricesJtf

Mr C. M. Livingston of Birming

ham, Ala., has arrived in the city for

a short visit with relatives.

Mrs. L. C. Collins left this morning

for a week's visit with her parents

Mr. and Mrs.L. C. Brown at Daytona

Beach.

agxisryjajaaac

J. H. SPENCER

W. R. PEDRICK

You will be more than delighted

when you try a box of our delicious

Log Cabin Candy, and our Martha
Washington Candy. THE VOGUE is

at your service. Phone o80 tor 5o8 for

qnick delivery of our QUALITY ICE
CREAM. 29-tf

11 HsnSsixt

A new lot of Powder Puffs just in

at Gerig's Drug Store. tf

.
Mrs. J. W. Dumas left this after

noon for Jacksonville 'to meet Mr. Du

mas, who has been in that city for
the past several days. They will re return
turn return tomorrow afternoon, accompanied
by Mr. Dumas parents, Mr. and Mrs.

Dumas and daughter, Miss Margaret
Dumas of New York city, who will

snend the remainder of the winter

with them. In a short time Mr. and

Mrs. J. W. Dumas and their guests
will visit points of interest down the

east coast.

Judcre Futch heard the case of

Horace Byrd of Tucker Hill, in whose

possession Sheriff Thomas found nf-

A.

Just in, fresh walnuts and almonds, I teen gallons of sour mash. Byrd

smoked bloaters and boneless smoked pleaded guilty, and the judge handed
herring, at Cook's Market and Groc- h:m thirty days at hard labor with the

ery, phone 243. 2-8t accompaniment of a hundred dollar

fine. Byrd is a grateful soul and he

Kumquats at the Fort King Confec- thanked the judge for letting him off

tionery, Yonge block, Ft. King Ave. 2t so lightly.

The monthly meeting of the Wom Woman's
an's Woman's Missionary Society of the Meth Meth-oi'ist
oi'ist Meth-oi'ist church will be held Monday aft afternoon
ernoon afternoon at 3:31) o'clock.
Just received sea bass weighing
from three to twelve pounds, for bak baking
ing baking purposes. City Fish Market.

Phone 158. tf

Belfast, Feb. 5. An attempt to iso

late Belfast from the rest of Ireland
was made last night, the telephone and

telegraph wires in every direction be

ing cut.

NOTICE

I have a good incubator. If you

have the ggs and want chickens, see

numquats at tne rort King Mmec- me SOon, or call 5U1X. J. r,. B rampton

tionery, Yonge block, Ft. King Ave. 2t U09 E. 5th St.,' Ocala, Fla. 5-6t

Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Gerber and son, SUGAR SATURDAY AND MONDAY

Irvine of Reading, Pa., left Ocala for

their horne after a few weeks visit as 13 pounds of sugar for one dollar,

the guests of Mr. and Mrs. N. U. with a dollar's worth of other groc

Kindt. eries for cash, Saturday and Monday L

VALENTINES. ANuff said." THE oniy. Phone 377.

cprriAi.TV simp A i! firi. dly-3t-tf H. B. WHITTINGTON.

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AGENCY

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All Buick Cars' Equipped With Cord Tires.

We Make a Snecialtv of Parts for the Buick and the Prices are y

rnneistonf nntTi ti flnst at Same. P I

EVANGELIST
W. C. HARLOW

UNCLASSIFIED

ADVERTISEMENTS

WANTED, LOST. FOUND. FOR

SALE. FOR RENT AND SIM SIMILAR
ILAR SIMILAR LOCAL NEEDS

OR SALE 1919 Ford with self self-starter;
starter; self-starter; in Al condition; cheap for
cash. Needham Motor Co., Ocala.
Fla. l-et

AT THE

GOODYEAR AND U. S. TIRES AND TUBES

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Exclusive Agents for "VESTA" BATTERY, 18 Mo. Guarantee
t An Up-to-Date Battery Service Station
We Maintain an Up-to-Date Garage with Expert Workmen, at all
Times, Auusing Prompt nd Efficient Service.
..GASOLINE, OILS AND GREASE.
SPENCER-PEDRICK MOTOR CO.
PHONE 271
Ocala - - Florida

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Christian Church
scnmy
February 61h

Series of meetings will be
held -here for Two Weeks
Committee

Rates :J5ix line, maximum, one time.
25c; three times. 50c; six times, 75c;

one month. S3. Payable in advance

rOR SALE Diamond, aoout karat.

flawless, blue white; beautiful stone.
Will sacrifice for -$225. Also solid

gold Waltham watch. 17 jewel $35,
value $75. Apply P. V. L., at Star
office- 31-t

LOST In Gainesville or or road be

tween Gainesville 'and Ocala brown
leather suitcase with initials E. G.
B. on one end. Reward to finder by
applying to Norman Home, Ocala,
Fla. 31-6t

BERMUDA ONION PLANTS $00
per 1000, cash with order. I O.
.Booher, Route A, Box 6$. 24-121
TOR RENT Furnished rooms far
light housekeeping. Apply at '603

Ei Second street. 2-tf

WANTED Oneitirdseye maple dress dresser.
er. dresser. Phone 98. 2-tf

WANTED 2500 crossties delivered at

our Kendnck plant.. Lake Weir
Washed Sand Co, Ocala. 31-t

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I carry a complete line of fresh

vegetables and fruits. Try our service.

You'll be pleased. Cook's Market and
Grocery. Phone 243. 2-8t

TRICOTINE DRESSES

Messrs. Tom Wallis, James Melton,
Leonard Todd and Fred Weden of thy

University of Florida, are in the city,!,. $12 4g) Monday and Tuesday only

Navy blue, brown and black. Very
smart, up-to-date Paris models. Some
of this lot are handsomely embroider embroidered;
ed; embroidered; others plain and very dainty. You
can't help but find your wants if you

ccme early. Regular $35 dresses going

visiting friends and relatives for the

week end.

B. Goldman's Big Closing Out Sale. 2t

Arriving Daily at
FSSHEUS
New Shipments of
SPRING HATS
including the newest
shades and shapes in
SATIN HATS-
DAT A VI A CLOTfl
SATIN STRAW HATS
BIRD'S NEST STRAWS
P01RET STRAWS
Come in and see, and if
we can't save you money
don't buy.
M. FIS1IEL & SON

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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 11
you want. Time for dinner 11 a. m. to
2:30 p. m. Owned and operated by

Americans. tf

LET ME DO YOUR
PHIIGiAIID PAIIITIIIG
No job too small, and none
too large. All work guaran guaranteed
teed guaranteed satisfactory. i

F. F. BLACK

Phone 581 20S Anlliory Road

Funeral Directors
and Emb aimers
Two Licensed Embalraera
Motor Funeral Cars
Private Morgue and Chapel
Day Phone 47
Night Phone 515
G. B. Overton, Manager

:HERO-COLA WOODY ARD 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. 26-lm

FOR SALE We have a surtlus 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. 18-tf

WOOD Giles Wood Yard. Seasoned

oak or pine wood for either stove or
fireplace, $1 and $2 per load. Yard
corner South Main and Third Sts.

FOR RENT Two unfurnished rooms.

Apply to 120 N. Sanchex St, or
phone 577. 5V3t

FOR' RENT Dwelling on Anthony

road 200 feet off Oklawaha avenue;
seven rooms, bath, hot and cold wa water,
ter, water, gas,' electric lights. Apply to
L. N.Green. 5-tf

LOST Concave reading classes.-

Leave at Star office and receive re reward.
ward. reward. Name of F. D. Shimmel on
case. It.

.MATTRESSES RENOVATED

v- i tt t io nmin vmi i

& LCI Uu DUILU 1UU A $

Phone 112.

J. D. DAWKINS
ALL KINDS OF
FRESH MEATS, FISH
and OYSTERS
EVERY
TUESDAY and FRIDAY
Phone 519
111 W. Broadway

Try our sausage, made fresh every
morning. Cook's Market and Grocery.
Phone 243. 2-8t

Candy for valentine gifts. THE
SPECIALTY SHOP, A. E. Gerig. 2-tf

1-19-lm

We have the machinery and are pre prepared
pared prepared to renovate your mattress and
make it as good as new. Work done by
people who know how. Roberts &
Spencer, Exposition St. Phone'SSO. 6t
Don't fail to visit the Guarantee

Clothing. & Shoe Company. Every-'
thing we sell is guaranteed.' We're
fighting for QUALITY not price, tf

OCALA MIRROR AND PLATING

WORKS is now prepared -to do 'all
Kinds of nickel plating; auto head

lights a specialty; mirrors re-silvered.

Yonge block, Osceola street. 3-3t

Select your own lot and
plans. Terms: half cash,
balance like rent Call and
talk it over with us."
RAY & THOMSON
Abstract liuilding

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 the Star. 29-6t

FOR SALE Oak and pine wood, cut

for fireplace and stove. "Apply Main
Street Woodyard or phone 5CC. 12t

CYLINDER REBORING

MACHINE'
Tor All Cars
JITICIENT WORKMEN,
PROM IT SERVICE

REASONABLE CHARGES

GEO. J. WILLIAMS

Formerly Carroll Motor Company

Garage, Osceola St.
Phone 597 Night 408

WANTED Several menNwith selling

ability to work in terrjtory sur

rounding Ocala, to sell monthly pay

health and accident insurance. Very

liberal' commissions. See Mr. Tem Temple
ple Temple at Colonial Hotel between 6 and

7 p. m. 3-6t

2S95 is some dandy record. Get it
at li. Goldman's. 2-tf

FOR SALE Sligthly, used Ivers &

Pond piano. Cost new today $750

A bargain for immediate sale. Lib-

. eral terms arranged. Address Mr.
Fuller, care Colonial hotel. 3-6tt

FOR SALE Barred Plymouth Rock

eggs, $1.50 per setting, at 110 S.

Main St., Ocala, Fla. 2-t

RAILROAD

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Arrival and departure of passenffer
ira!ns at OCALA UNION STATION.
The following schedule figures pub published
lished published as information ani not guar guaranteed.
anteed. guaranteed. ( Eastern Standard Time)
SEABOARD AIR LINE RAILROAD
Lea- e Arrira
:15 am Jacksonville-NTork 2:10 aza
:55 pm Jacksonville 1:34 am
:17 pm Jacksonville 4:15 pm
Tampa-

2:1.7am Manatee- '4:05;

St. Petersburg

:15 am Tampa 2:10 1

2:15 am Manatee- 4:17 pm
:05 pm Tampa-St. Petrsbrg 4:17 pm
. ATLANTIC COAST LINE B. JL
Leave Arrive
2:12 pm Jacksonville-NTork 2:48 am
1:45 pm Jksonville-Gainsville 3:35 pm
0:42 am Jksonville-Gneiville 10:13 dob
2:4-am St-Petsbrg-Lakeland 2:12 m
3:35 pm St.PeUbre-Lakeland 1:25 pm
7:10 am Dunnellon-Wilcox
7:2.1am Dunellon-Lkeland 11:03 om
3:2C pm Homosassa 1 :30 pm
10:13pm Leesburg 6:42 am
1:45 pro Gainesville 11:50 am
Monday, Wednesday, Friday.
Tuesday. Thursday. Saturday.

Nux and Iron Tablets will tone up

the sytsem and give you strength.

fvttles of 100 at one dollar each at

Gerier's Drue Store. tf

Have you heard 2895?
stock. B. Goldman.

I have it in

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Valentine score cards. THE SPE

CIALTY SHOP. A. E. Gerig. 2-tf

Mrs. R. G. Blake has returned from

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a visit; to ner son-in-iaw ana aaugn-

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ter, Mr. and Mrs. C.
West Palm Beach.

W. Effinger at

Valentines.
A. E. Gerig.

SPECIALTY

SHOP.

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Florida and western meats at Cook's

Market and Grocery are the choicest
to be had. Phone 243. 2-8t

Yoer PaflrdDeaigie n (olnc511eo3" aedl Wl Always
Meeenw (D)er Very Bestt AleimffldDe

Taking your hat off when the band

plays the national anthem doesn't get

you anything with Uncle Sam unless

you pay your income' tax.

SERVICE OUR MOTTO

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Get your candy at the old price of
one dollar per pound at Gerig's Drug
Store. Nunnally's and Liggett's. tf

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Roberts & Spencer, the furniture

fixers, for upholstering and all kinds
of furniture repairing. Phone 350. 6t

Mrs. Antoinette Camp Cook and
pretty daughter of Franklin, Va., have
arrived in Ocala for a several weeks'
visit at the home of the former's
cousin, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Camp.

Don't fail to visit the Guarantee
C'othing & Shoe Company. Every Everything
thing Everything we sell is guaranteed. We're
fighting for QUALITY not prices, tf
Have your pictures framed. Phone
lis. We will call for them. Roberts &
Spencer, phone 350. l-6t

Mrs. Rooinson and daughter, Miss
.Anne Robinson of Baltimore, Md.,
have arrived in the city for a visit of
several weeks -at the home of the for former's
mer's former's nephew, Dr. II. W. Henry on
Oklawaha avenue.

Vulcanizing by Factory
Expert.

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Miller, Hood and
Federal Tires

Accessories Free Air
Cars Washed and Polished
For Proper Lubrication
Use Our
"Sinclair Motor Oils"

Don't forget that the Ocala high
school will give a carnival on the 25th
of this month. It

Salt and fresh water fish, oysters,
shrimp, etc., at CITY FISH MARKET,
Ft.. King Ave., phone 158. 27-tf
Dr. E. F. Mitchell of Morriston;
Miss Minnie Tremere, Belleview; Mrs.
A Schuchard, Fruitland Park; Mr. J.
T. Hardon and Mr. and Mrs. B. C.
Webb of Kendrick, were visitors and
shoppers in town for the day.
Nunnally's and Liggett's Candies
reduced to" ONE DOLLAR the pound,
at Gerig's Drug Store. tf

Bscoinnic uhf CunsQoinmeir sm& Yoni Always -'Kmmmtalk59
Yours For Courteous and Quick Service

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