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ATE COMMITTEE -SHY
Unfavorable Report on House Bill to
Restrict Immigration, and Sub Sub-sfitute
sfitute Sub-sfitute Measure Farored
Washington, Feb. k 9, The House
immigration bill which would have
virtually stopped immigration for
one year was disapproved today by
the Senate immigration committee by
a five to four vote. The committee
agreed to adopt a substitute measure
tomorrow restricting immigration on
a. percentage basis.
,McADOO LIKES MEXICANS
And It's a Safe Bet that the Greasers
Mexico City, Feb. 9. Wm. G. Mc Mc-Adoo
Adoo Mc-Adoo left her last night on his return
to the United States. He said his trip
to Mexico was one of pleasure and
denied he entered into any negotia negotiations
tions negotiations with the Mexican government
for the administration, supervision or
rehabilitation of the railroad system.
TOUR LIVES LOST IN
A CANADIAN FIRE
LaChute, Quebec, Feb. 9.-Thre
'children and a house maid lost their
lives in,, a' fire .which destroyed the
midence of Leo Carriers at Pine Hill
The" following invitation has been
received by friends in the cityj and
, the approaching marriage of Miss
IJoyd will be learned with much in interest
terest interest by friends here, as the bride bride-elect
elect bride-elect visited in Ocala last winter at
the home of her brother, Mr. Ml W.
"Mrs. Merrill Frank Lloyd invites
,you to be present at the marriage of
her daughter, Evelyn Causey to Mr,
James Irving Beale, on Tuesday eve
ning, February 22, at 7 o'clock, Main!
street, Suffolk, Va."
Mr. W. M. Lloyd of this city will
give his sister away and Miss Mar Mar-,
, Mar-, garet Lloyd, who is well known here,
will be her sister's maid of honor.
There will be seven or eight other at-
' a 1 . 1 a js
lenaams ana n promises to oea large
and brilliant wedding.
Miss Lloyd is an exceedingly pretty
and highly accomplished young lady
and she has the best wishes of her
Ocala friends for a happy married
life. Mr. Beale is' a young business
man of Franklin, and is very popular
socially with a wide' circle of friends.
TULSA'S WHITE AND
Washington, Feb., 9. The negro
population of Tulsa, Okla.. is 8424, an
increase of 330 per cent. The white
population is 3,430, an increase of
296 per cent.
AT ORMOND THIS EVENING
Harding Will Do a Little More Fish Fishing
ing Fishing Before he Shuts Himself
Up in a Hotel A
New Smyrna, Feb. 9. Abandoning
preparations for returning to St. Au Augustine
gustine Augustine by rail, Mr. Harding has de decided
cided decided to continue his vacation a little
longer, the Victoria having floated
from the sand bar which held her since
Monday. The yacht is expected to be
above1 Ormond by tonight.
OF WHITE SOX PLAYERS
Chicago, Feb. 9. The Trial of the
White Sox players, indicted for alleg alleged
ed alleged complicity in throwing the 1919
World Series today was set for March
14th. Buck Weaver and Happy Felsh
were in court at the preliminary hear hearing,
ing, hearing, but the others were represented
only by their attorneys.
FOR SALE 6-room cottage in good
locality, seven blocks south of Ocala
courthouse; lrge corner lot with
shade and fruit trees, garage, etc.
Real bargain price for cash, or $300
down, and balance $25 monthly. J.
T. Miller, owner, 1641 Liberty St.,
TooVonnvilla Via Q-&f
V eV e0wA v a v w
AflEL ilAS E
Accuses the Government of Packing
American Legion Committee
with Bureau Employee
Washington, Feb. 9. Charges that
government bureaux concerned with
soldier relief are packing committees
of the American Legion with bureau
employes who are members of the le
gion, were made today before the le legion's
gion's legion's executive committee, by Abel
Davis, of Chicago, chairman of the
"As a result the work of the legion
in soldier relief matters is being
greatly handicapped,' said Mr. Davis,
who added that at the Cleveland con convention
vention convention the "bureaux licked us to a
frazzle in all matters relating to vet veterans'
erans' veterans' relief and the legion wondered
how it was done." 1
A CALL FOR HELP
THROUGH THE AIR
Boston, Feb. 9. An urgent call
from an unidentified steamer in midr
Atlantic was forwarded here today by
the freighter West Imboden, bound
from Rotterdam for Galveston. .The
calls were heard Jast night.'
A BIRTHDAY PARTY
A merry time took place Tuesday
afternoon at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
H. M. Hampton, when their youngest
child, James Henry, entertained about
twenty of his small friends in celebra celebration
tion celebration of his third birthday.
Many games were enjoyed for sev several
eral several hours on the large lawn and it
was, indeed a pretty sight to witness
the young guests dressed in their
dainty little spring suits and dresses.
Assisting James Henry in enter entertaining
taining entertaining his guests were. Adelaide Du Duval
val Duval and Dorothy Walkley, only & few
years his seniors, but wonderful little
entertainers they made. Punch was
served during the entire afternoon and
at a late hour the host's mother, as assisted
sisted assisted by Mrs. Mary Eagleton and
Miss. Musie Bullock, served ice cream,
cake and mints to the happy little tots
on the lawn, but they went into the
dining room to cut the prettily deco
rated cake which had three candles
! a m
Of all the parties that have taken
place in the city recently these young
folks say they know this one was the
best one of all.
HERMAN A. GAJEWAY
Mr. Herman A. Gajeway, of Troy,
Nt Y who has been making his home
at Weirsdale for the last year, died
last night. He leaves & wife and three
children and a brother, all of whom are
at his old home. His body was taken
charge of by Roberts & Spencer and
brought to Ocala to, wait the arrival
of his brother from Troy.
BARGAIN IN 4 BUICK
One "4" Buick, new tires. Bargain
for quick sale. AUTO SALES CO.,
Mack Taylor, Phone 348, Ocala. Fla. 6t
FOR SALE CHEAP
1-ton truck- at bargain quick
sale. AUTO SALES CO, Mack Tay Taylor,
lor, Taylor, Phone 348, Ocala, Fla. 9-t
FOR RENT Comfortable front room
for single person or couple with
board can be obtained by phoning
306. Mrs. Frank Broderick, North
Sanchez St. 8-3t
Nux and Iron Tablets wll tone up
the sytsem and give you strength.
Bottles of 100 at one dollar each at
Gerig's Drug Store. tf
Don V fail to visit the Guarantee
Clothing & Shoe Company. Every Every-hing
hing Every-hing we sell is guaranteed. We're
.ghting for QUALITY not prices, tf
Just in, fresh walnuts and almonds,
smoked bloaters and boneless smoked
herring," at Cook's Market and Groc
eiv. phone 243. 2-8t
Salt and fresh water fish, oysters.
shrimp, etc., at CITY FISH MARKET,
Ft. Kinar Ave- phone 168. 27-tf
I carry a complete line of fresh
vegetables and fruits. Try our service.
Youll be pleased. Cook's Market and
Grocery. Phone 243. 2-8t
Star ads. bring in shekels.
OCALA, FLORIDA, WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 9. 1921
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TOOK MRS. PIKE'S
Democratic National Committee Worn Worn-an
an Worn-an Not Among Those Who Desire
Chairman White's Trial
Cleveland, Feb. 9. Mrs. A. B.
Pyke, democratic national committee
woman from Ohio, in a statement to
day declared her signature to a letter
sent George White, chairman of the
national committee, virtually demand
ing his resignation, was jobtained by
National : Committeeman Love of
Texas, through a misunderstanding.
Mrs. Pyke telegraphed Chairman
White last night she was a firm sup supporter
porter supporter of his and requested that her
signature on the round robin, made
public in Washington, be disregarded.
INCOME TAX FACTS
YOU SHOULD KNOW
Thousands of letters passed in cor
respondence last year between the bu bureau
reau bureau of internal revenue and persons
claiming an exemption of $2000 as
head of a family. Circumstances sur
rounding each individual case deter
mine largely whether a person is en
titled to such exemption. The fixing
of his status decides, in many in
stances, whether his income is taxable
or nontaxable. In either event, if his
net income for 1920 was $1000 or more
if single, and $2000 or more if -married,
he must file a return.
A head of a family is defined by
treasury regulations as "a person
who actually supports and maintains
in one household one or more individ individuals
uals individuals who are closely connected with
h:m by blood relationship, relationship
by marriage or by adoption,- or Vhose
right to exercise family control and
provide for these dependents is based
upon some moral or legal obligation."
A married person living with husband
or wife, in addition to the $2000 ex exemption
emption exemption allowed such person, can not
claim a $2000 exemption as the head
of a family, irrespective of the ques question
tion question of, the support of others of the
A single person the term including
widows, widowers and persons not
living with wife or husband is the
head of a family if he is the sole sup support
port support of one or more relatives living
in the same house with him, and if he
exercises control of household affairs.
The $1000 additional exemption al allowed
lowed allowed a single person as the head of
a family can not be divided between
two members of a household. A divi division
sion division of responsibility for "control of
household affairs" excludes both par parties
ties parties from the claim. Whether a per person
son person who does not continuously live in
the same house with dependent rela relatives
tives relatives is entitled to the $2000 exemp
tion depends upon the character of
the separation. If a parent is absent
on business part of the year, or a
child or other dependent away at
school on a visit, the common home
being maintained, the exemption ap
If a parent is compelled to maintain
bis dependent children with relatives
or in a boarding house, the exemption
may still apply. If, however, the de dependent
pendent dependent continuously and without ne necessity
cessity necessity makes his home elsewhere
than with his beenfactor, the latter is
not the head of family, irrespectivepf
the question of support.
A taxpayer may not be the head of
a family and still be allowed an ex
emption of $200 for each person de
pendent upon him for chief support if
such person is under 18 years of age
or incapable of self-support because
mentally or physically defective. The
words 'physically defective" refer not
only to cripples, but to persons defec defective
tive defective because of old age qr ill health.
Neither residence, relationship, nor
legal dependency are factors in deter
mining the right of the taxpayer to
such exemption. To establish his
claim, the taxpayer must have con contributed
tributed contributed during the year more than
one-half of the ;um needed for the de
The following are concrete examples
cf circumstances which govern the ex exemptions
emptions exemptions allowed the head of a family
and for dependents:
A son who has left home sends his
mother more than half the sum re required
quired required for her support. He is allowed
an exemption of $200, unless the
mother is able to support herself, in
which case the contribution is regard regarded
ed regarded as a gift.
. A son living at home supoprts an
invalid mother in the same household.
SOUTH AFHIGA IIAS
Party of Which General Smuts is the
Leader Won in Yester Yester-day's
day's Yester-day's Election
Pretoria, South Africa. Feb. 9.
General Smuts, prime minister of the
Union of South Africa, was elected to
the house assembly yesterday. The
returns received thus far indicated
that the South African party under
Gen. Smuts' leadership had won a vic
CRIME WAVE SURGES
OVER KANSAS CITY
Kansas City, Mo., Feb. 8. With the
regularity of the tides, rather than
an ocacsional wave, crime has surged
ever Kansas City in a vast volume of
murders, robberies and lesser acts of
criminality during the last few
months, according to Ward Gifford,
executive secretary of the Law En Enforcement
forcement Enforcement Association, formed here
for the purpose, not only in suppress
ing crime but to ascertain and cor
rect conditions which foster it.
"Crime in Kansas City is a highly
organized business and those who are
directing crime use as efficient meth methods
ods methods as any successful person does in
conducting a legitimate enterprise,"
Mr. Gifford declared. "The public
cannot hope to combat organized
crime without organized opposition."
Mr. Gifford declared that it was be because
cause because criminals found refuge and en entertainment
tertainment entertainment in Kansas City that they
made their operations a continuous"
performance here. With this in mind,
the Law Enforcement Association
plans a censorship of motion picture
theaters, pool and dance halls, gamb gambling
ling gambling and the social evil. To root out
crime, he said, the city must be clean cleaned
ed cleaned up morally.. Unemployment, he
said, was not considered to be-a fac factor
tor factor in law breaking as yet. He pointed
out that practically all of the robber robberies
ies robberies were committed by youths of .from
i 7 to 25 years of age, a period which
he explained, sociologists considered
as the most dangerous for the devel development
opment development of criminal tendencies.
The Law Enforcement Association,
made up of 600 citizens, he said, is a
sort of, modernization of the old time
vigilance committee, only that it
works entirely in co-operation with
the authorities. An outline of its
purposes includes advocacy of more
stringent criminal laws; following up
of arrests and seeing that the law lawbreakers
breakers lawbreakers are prosecuted; advising
with officials on pardons and paroles
and keeping a corpsof investigators
constantly at work collecting data on
While the association is compara comparatively
tively comparatively young, Mr. Gifford pointed out
that automobile thefts had been 're 'reduced
duced 'reduced 50 per cent. A number of re
wards also have been paid for the
capture of criminals, including $2500
for the taking of Denzel Chexter,
charged with the murder of Miss
Florence Barton, a young society girl
here last October. It was the sens
tion caused by Miss Barton's death
which resulted in the formation of the
Mr.. Gifford admited, however, that
the association had most of its work
ahead of it that the curve in the
crime scale still showed a menacing
As a strengthening tonic there is
nothing better than Nux and Iron
Tonic Tablets, $1 per bottle of V 100
tablets at Gerig's Drug Store. Guar
antted or monev back. tf
He is allowed a deduction of $2000 as
the head of a family, plus an addl
tional $200 for his dependent, who is
physically incapacitated. (It should
be noted that the $200. additional ex
emption for dependents does not ap apply
ply apply to husband or wife, even though
either one has become a total burden
unon the other).
A single man lives with and sup
ports a mother 50 years of age and
two sister 19 and 21 years of age. all
in rood health. His exemption is
2000 ss the bead of a family. Since
his mother and sisters are neither
under 18 years of age nor mentally or
chvsicallv incapacitated, he can not
claim an additional exemption for de
A widower is' the entire support of
a chfld under 18 years of age, but
otherwise neglects it. His exemption
is $1200. He is not the head of a rant
ily. and is entitled only to the $200 for
IE MAY BE.
' DEAD LEGALLY
Darkey Who a Louisiana Sheriff For Forgot
got Forgot to Hang Did Not Remind
Official of the Date
Baton Rouge. La., Feb. 9. Lonnie
Laton, a negro, who the sheriff forgot
to hang, may. be legally dead. Attor Attorney
ney Attorney General Coco admitted he did not
know, but reports from the Ouachita
parish prison, where Lonnie has been
eating his three squares daily ever
since his execution papers were mo mo-laid
laid mo-laid by Sheriff Grant, Feb. 4th, do not
indicate that his appetite has suffered
on account of his possible death.
Sheriff Grant wrote the governor
yesterday that in the press of civil and
criminal matters he forgot to hang the
r.egro, did not know what to do about
it and asked for instructions.
The governor turned the matter
over to the attorney general, who is
raking the law books for precedents.
Attorney General Coco said today an
application that the negro's death sen
tence be commuted was before the
pardon board with many recommen
dation for commutation, and that as
a member of the board he favored
granting the application.
AIR NAVIGATION, WILL
REQUIRE AID OF SCIENTISTS
Washington. Feb. 7. The "ocean of
the air." which followers of aviation
believe some day will be filled with
great air liners plying their wsy from
city to city on regular schedules, must
be studies from a meteorological
standpoint and the whims and fancies
of the elements, must be reduced to
easQy understood data before the
dream of world-wide commercial avia aviation
tion aviation can become a reality, according
to C LeRoy Meisinger, government
Mr. Meisinger, in a paper discussing
the effect of air conditions on com
mercial aviation, says that meteorol meteorology
ogy meteorology is the mainstay of aviation, re regardless
gardless regardless of the confidence a pilot may
have in his motor and in his plane.
The "ocean of air," he says, 'con
stantly is changing and does not eon-
tain steadfast currents such as the
gulf stream and the Japan current
which are found in oceans of water.
He points out that even the prevailing
belief that far above are strong west westerly
erly westerly winds which never change some sometimes
times sometimes is shocked by facts revealed
through scientific study of aerial con conditions.
ditions. conditions. Because of the constantly changing
condition of the aerial routes through
which the sir liners of the future
would travel, Mr. Meisinger declares
that before big commercial aviation
companies can operate on a large
scale, great masses of data on air con conditions
ditions conditions at all times of the year, in all
places -and under all circumstances
must be gathered. He suggests plac
ing consulting meteorologists on the
staffs of all aviation companies, these
men to study the air as it affects avia aviation
tion aviation and to decide daily what altitude
and what route a plane should take
from one city to another.
Air conditions are so changeable,
Mr. Meisinger says, that a plane trav
eling between the same two points
might have to take a different route
almost every day in order to make the
trip with the least danger. Also, a
plane flying from New York to Chi Chicago
cago Chicago might find a certain route the
best, while one traveling from Chi Chicago
cago Chicago to New York on' the same day
might 'find an entirely different route
Some of the things which airplane
dispatchers, or traffic managers, on
aerial commercial lines will have to
consider, he says, are the speed and
direction of the wind in the area to be
traversed, the frequency of low clouds
and fog, the frequency and intensity
cf thunderstorms, the vertical temper temperature
ature temperature distribution, the normal values
of precipitation at flying fields and
the effect of atmospheric pressure on
aerial instruments, particularly the
The ehanzinz conditions in the air
make it impossible to gather, the nec necessary
essary necessary information in a single path-
finding flight over an area, he con
tinues, but by gathering data in num
erous flights at all times, of the year
and under all circumstances, a system
of. averages could be devised which
would aid greatly in dispatching
planes over aerial routes.
Nunnallys and Liggett's Candies
reduced to ONE DOLLAR the pound.
at Gerir'i Drue Store. tf
Fair in south, unsettled
probably showers in the
north portion tonight;
cooler in north portion
Thursday, probably rain.
IS OCALA HIT
Board of Trade Will Consider the
Question of Snauner Musie
Whether or not Ocala shall have
open air band concerts this summer,
will be thrashed out at Jhe regular -meeting
of the Marion Conntr Rn.rrf
of Trade tomorrow nirht at
o'clock. The concerts for which the.
Board of Trade made arrangement
last summer were enjoyed by every
one and it is hoped that an even
longer season of concerts can be had
. FAREWELL PARTY
Monday afternoon at the home of
Miss Bessie Greene, the Methodist
Sunday school class of girls. No. 9.
gave a farewell party in honor of
Mattie Belle Cameron, who will leave
in a day or two for her future home
In Georgia. All sorts of interesting
ana amusing games were indulged in
until six o'clock, when refreshments
Mattie Belle by her bright, sweet
manners has endeared herself to
many of our people and especially her
Sunday school classmates, who de
plore her leaving this city, but she is
receiving the best wishes of all friends
for much happiness in her new home.
The following were those present:
Mattie Belle Cameron, Bessie Greene.
Vernice Bell, Eva Burton, Theresa
Condrey, Thelma S medley, Edna
Roberts, Carrie Brooks, Marguerite
Counts, Martha Rivers, Mary Louise
Atkinson, Grace Turner, Bob Sim Simmons,
mons, Simmons, Albert Frampton. Louis Knight,
Carl Hendley. Fred Cullison and Jack
CHRISTIAN CHURCH REVIVAL
The audience and interest at the re revival
vival revival last night were very much im improved
proved improved over the night before. The
church feels happy to be able to bring
such eminent men to our city. They
ere not sensationalists; there is no
mere appeal to the emotions, but they
come with an appeal to the intelli intelligence
gence intelligence of the people, just such 'as our
fair city of wide-awake people would
appreciate, both in sermon and song.
Tht evangelist in dealing last night
with spiritualism and Christian
science showed a remarkable acquain acquaintance
tance acquaintance with 'these systems and threw
much light upon the scripture teach teaching
ing teaching on subjects emphasized by them.
Anyone hearing the sermon got some
information, whether he agreed with
the speaker or not.
t Another great sermon is promised
for tonight on The Bride's Attire."
The meetings open with a stirring
song service and special solos by
Prof. McDonald. These meetings csn
not continue very long; Tf you are to
get the benefit of them you will have
to do it now. The church and pastor
very cordially invite every one to the
services. J. G. Waggoner, Pastor.
GERMAN POLICE DOGS
ARE IN HIGH FAVOR
New York. Feb. 9, "Latest style
in don." is the title given the German
police dog by Dean W. Horace Hos Hoskins
kins Hoskins of the New York University Vet Veterinary
erinary Veterinary College, who says fashions in
dogs fluctuate as they do hi dress.
The Boston, terrier and Pekinese
are also fashionable. Dean Hoskins
The Boston terrier has enjoyed a
lonrer period of popularity than any
other dog, having been in vogue for-
thirty years, and is still fairly pop
ular, he said. :
The pug dor and the old black and
tan, or rat terrier, which enjoyed an
immense popularity in the 80s and
PC's are almost extinct, ana tne aean -said
he knew of no one who still
bieeds them. The chows, which were
favorites in 1900 are well liked.
Dean Hoskins lamented the passing
of the collie, and regretted the current
vome for the police dog, saying he
was not so gentle a companion as the
German police dogs were brought
back to America in great numbers
aboard army transports by o Seers
and men of the army of occupation in
' Cabbage and lettuce plants for sale.
H. P. Bitting Co. -tf
Try our sausage, made fresh every
morning. Cook's Market and Grocery.
Phone 243. 2-t
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SHOUTED TOO SOON
It .will be remembered that severa;
days ago, the Star printed a letter
from the state railroad commission,
saying it had received a letter from
Superintendent Burns of this division
of the Seaboard, saying he had given
instructions to the trainmen not to
stop southbound passenger trains at
the union station across the Atlantic
' Coast Line tracks, which has been caus
ing great disadvantage to the passen
gers who desired to leave the train at
this point. ; V:: :'
This letter from Superintendent
Burns must have beenj written Feb
2, and it said the instructions HAD
been issued. Nevertheless the trains
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COIlbUlUCU lU 3LUJJ 211. U1C 3BU1C IHU
place, so the city marshal and other
reliable parties informed us, and
twice we went our own self .t see if
Mr. Burns' instructions had been car
ried but.' Thev hadn't.
T, Tuesday afternoon, the southbound
local pulled clear over, the crossing
before it stopped, and we sincerely
hoped the trouble was over. We gave
the men on that train credit' for their
compliance with the public wish.
At the same time, we did not lose
sight of the fact that one swallow
doesn't make a summer drink and
that one stop doesn't make a schedule.
So when the southbound limited pulled
in Tuesday afternoon we were there
to welcome it. And it stopped as
usual, astraddle the Coast Line track,
and some eight or ten passengers for
Ocala, mostly women, had to jump
down on the cinder-path, and scramble
over the track to the platform. Up
lroni, ,uiere was nut euuugu uaggage
!to unload to keep the men busy half a
We went to the station early this
morning to see how the trains were
'coming in. We were not there in time
' to see the new train from Jacksonville
to St. Petersburg, but it is made up
mostly of Pullmans and does no local
business. The southbound local at
2:10 stopped with the rear ; car (a
n.ii iv.. rt a t; 4. 1.
1 unman oKiuss whs uuosi) uuc
tut with the front exit of the car far
enough forward for passengers to
step off on the depot platform. The
men at the station sav this is that
train's regular position, but we can
remember eettine off it right under
the water tank, and we didn't ride in
the Pullman either. This train car carries
ries carries freight, so the engineer is depen dependent
dent dependent on the flagman to tell where to
We don't know where the trains are
Groin? to stoD todav. but we are eoim
to keep a watch and'the railroad com commission
mission commission and Mr. Burns will be kept
posted as to whether the latter's
orders are being carried out or not.
This business of stopping the trains
right where passengers have to make
their, way over a rough', dirty path
'to the dertot Dlatform is doiner Ocala
much harm. The limited has been a
favorite train for Ocalans between
their town, Tampa and JacksonviUe,
but it will lose much of its prestige if
the present surly policy of its train trainmen
men trainmen continues.
We find that we have been a little
too laudatory of the1 Coast Line, as
all its southbound trains except No.
9 stop across the Seaboard tracks.
The Coast Line, however, has this ex excuse,
cuse, excuse, and that is that the station is
At tV. kfttm a' cf AAn (,Ma anil 1 1
their trains pulled clear over the Sea Seaboard
board Seaboard track they would hardly be able
to get up the hill. Very few people
get offf the night southbound Coast
Line train at Ocala, and those mostly
from the passenger coaches, which are
alongside the platform. The chair car
on the day train stops just north of
the Seaboard track, but the Coast Line
has a good path for them to walk on.
Notwithstanding, we think the Coast
jne should bring its chaircar on No.
9 across the Seaboard track before
stopping. A half car length would be
sufficient. As for the night train, with
four to six sleepers, we do not think
it would be fair to require it to be
hauled over, especially as they stop
only two or three minutes.' The south
bound Seaboard trains all start down
Mil. 7 ?: '; ?:
Defiance is a fine thing in its place;
wnen, ior instance, a man denes a
bigger man or more men ,in a good
cause. 1 Even when hia cause is bad.
he' deserves some 'admiration if he is
But when he does something to
spite other, people with no danger to
himself, he is not defying: but is
sneaking. He is not a lion, but a coy
About ten days ago, the police is
sued warning that certain rules per
taining to driving autoes- must be
carried out. They were not very
severe rules, and were for the benefit
of the public And it has seemed to
the Star that since that time a larger
proportion of the people than ever be before
fore before have seemed to take pleasure in
breaking the rules.
Its the exceptional auto that stays
inside the speed limit. Cutting cor corners
ners corners is too common to notice. Al Al-fairs
fairs Al-fairs are particularly bad at night.
Our best streets are speedways. At
every block you meet one or more
cars with headlights in full blaze. If
it isn't two lights it is one, or a spot spotlight.
light. spotlight. AH forbidden. A favorite sport
for a young blood is to flash his spot
light in the1 faces of people on foot,
always blinding them, sometimes
causing them to stumble or fall. A
foot passenger in this town has less
rights than a dog. t
If we had a strong police force,
these people would obey the law. They
don't want to risk their own skins or
pay out their own money. If they
have rich fathers or husbands to draw
on, it's little they care for a fine.
Unfortunately, we have a weak po police
lice police force. The chief is very vigilant
and all over the town in the daytime
and until, late in the evening, but he
must have some sleep. The night pa
licemen have to 'remain near the bus.
iness center. So the speedfiends have
their own way.
It would pay the city to put on for
awhile a couple of motorcycle cops
and set them to catching lawbreakers
and shutting them up in jail over
night. And let the. worst of them
work their sentences out on the
streets. They deserve no clemency.
They are taking' a cowardly advantage
of their home town and their neigh neighbors.
The House overruled President Wil
son's veto of the bill to reduce the
army to 175,000, by more than six sixteen
teen sixteen to one majority. It might have
accomplished the same purpose with
out overriding his veto at all. It might
have cut the appropriations to fit an
army of 175,000 and all above that
number when they found they would
not get any pay would have gotten
mad and quit. Times-Union.
Unless we mistake, there are sev several
eral several ex-service men in the employ of
the Times-Union. If the editor calls
on them for some information about
what happens to a man who gets mad
and quits the American army, he may
refrain from giving any more such
advice. This would surely be one
devilof a government if it enlisted
men in its army, or navy and then let
them serve without pay.
A gang of bandits that would pull
off a stunt like robbing a bank would
also shoot any one that interfered
with them, therefore a citizen without
arms would do no more good staying
at home than prowling out looking
for trouble. However, it would .seem
expedient and wise for every citizen
to have reliable arms in reach, thus
giving them an equal chance when ne necessity
cessity necessity arises to use them. Clearwa Clearwater
ter Clearwater Sun.
Yes, it's wise to ask every citizen,
Have you a little gun in your home?
's Did you ever hear a lady say of
another, "I don't know in a voice ac accompanied
companied accompanied by an expression of coun countenance
tenance countenance that means she knows a great
deal if she chose to tell?
The novelty of having a president presidentelect
elect presidentelect in our midst seems to wear off in
a very little time.
Winter's short days call
for much artificial ulum-
'uuuuu. as a tcsuiii juu
Vjrs--, vcv eyes are taxed
. , severely.
DR. K. J. WEIHE,
Optometrist and Optician.
Dont fail to visit the Guarantee
Clothing & Shoe Company. Everything-
we sell is guaranteed. We're
fighting for QUALITY not prices, tf
Fellowship, Feb. 7. We are cei -tainly
having spring weather and the
farmers will soon begin, planting in
Mrs. Reubin Turner of .Nichols, is
spending some time with her mother,
Mrs. J. A Carter.
Mr. J. L. Beck returned home last
week from Plant City, after spending
week very pleasantly with his
daughter, Mrs. W. L.: Howell. .'
Prof. Carter spent the week-end
with friends in Oxford, returning
home Sunday afternoon.
Mr. Richard Crompton of Gainet-
ville, spent the week end with his
mother, Mrs. E. A. Crompton.
Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Smith of Wa-
cahoota, were the guests of Mr. J. L.
Beck and family last Sunday.
We had a real spirited game of
basket ball last Saturday afternoon
between the grown boys of Blitchton
and Fellowship and our Fellowship
junior boys, which resulted in a score
of 8 to 5 in favor of the big boys. The
janiors played well but the seniors
were too heavy for them.
Mr. and Mrs. N. H. Lanier of Mor-
riston were guests of Mr. and Mrs. S
J. McCully last Sunday.
A Strong Witness
Natchez, Miss. "The beet re3 re3-ilclnes
ilclnes re3-ilclnes I have ever used In my home
are Dr. Fierce s. V e
have UEed the "(lold "(lold-en
en "(lold-en Medical Dis ov ov-ery
ery ov-ery a blood n;ed n;ed-ici:
ici: n;ed-ici: :nd as a ionic,
cou. and .eak
lungs, and it was
' "I always keep Dr.
Pierce's Pleasant Pellets In my home
for use when needed- I have giver.
thm to my children since they v. er. er.-fulte
fulte er.-fulte small They can be given witl witl-safety
safety witl-safety to the smallest child, ow'nj
to their beta free from any iujurlour
drug.' They regulate the stomach
liver and, bowels In a mild, but ver;.
effective way. I cannot er.-sk ty
highly of Dr. Pierce's medicines
' MRS. T. B. GILBERT, 212 St. C .k
Fairfield, Feb. 7. Mr. and Mrs. D
M.. Kinard had a family reunion. Al
of the children came home except
Clyde Kinard. He is in the navy. Also
Mrs. Kinard's father, Mr. Calhoun of
Normank Park, Ga.
' Mrs. Alice Brodic of Tampa is visit
ing her mother, Mrs. J. W. Wallis.
Mr. and Mrs. G. D. Howell have a
fine -nine-pound girl, born Tuesday,
Feb. 1st. Both mother and baby are
doing well. i
' Mr. and Mrs. A. G. Johnson of Red
dick, have a fine girl, born Saturday
Mrs. J. K. Mixon and children of
Irvine will leave next week for South
Carolina 'to live with Mrs. Mixon's
mother, Mrs. Williams."
Rev. Bennett filled his regualr ap appointment
pointment appointment Sunday evening.
Rev. J. R. Russell will preach at
the Baptist church next Sunday.
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
t.your service. Phone 580 or 558 for
quick delivery of oor QUALITY ICE
Mr. u. 15. Overton 13 now our
funeral director and embalmer. Night
:hone 515, day phone 47.
i:5-tf George MacKay & Company.
I have a good incubator. If you
have the eggs and want chickens, see
me soon, or call 501X. J. E. Frampton,
1109 E. 5th St., Ocala, Fla. 5-6t
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;C. Cecil Bryant-
Accounting and Auditing
: PHONE 332
Arrival and departure of passenger
trains at OCALA UNION STATION.
The following schedule figure pub published
lished published as information an4 not guar-
(Eastern Standard Time)
SEABOARD AIR LINE RAILROAD
:15 am Jacksonville-NYork 2:10 am
:55 pm pm-:17
:17 pm-:17 pm
Jacksonville 1:34 an?
Jacksonville 4:15 pm
. Tampa- I
Manatee- 4:05 pot
Tampa 2:10 am
Manatee- 4:17 pro
:05 pm Tampa-St. Petrsbrg 4:17 pm
ATLANTIC COAST' LINE R. R R-Leave
Leave R-Leave Arrive
2:12 pm JacksonvilIe-NYork 2:48 am
l:45pmtJksonville-Gainsville 3:35 pm
6:42 am Jksonville-Gnesville 10:13 pm
2:43 am SLPetsbrg-Lakeland 2:12 am
3:35 pm St.Petsbrg-Lakeland 1:25 pm
7:10 am Dunntellon-Wilcox
7 ;25 am Dunellon-Lkeland 1 1 :03 om
3:25 pm Homosassa 1:30 pm
10:13pm LesDurg 0:42 am
1:45 pm Gainesville 11:50 am
- 'Monday, Wednesday, Friday.
Tuesday. Thursday. Saturday,
a One, sip 1 v y
y- forecasts A-C)L: iC vi
an empty cup J L T? 1 if v J)
We Sdiicl Ymf
Give Us A Trial and You WU1 "KUMBAK"
" R. S. (Earl) Hall, Proprlclor
Cor. FT. KING Ave. & OSCEOLA SL
1 Mnnippfliiy M(Dtom C(Dnm
Expert Repairs Tires Gas and Oil
Main Street, Opposite Foundry - OCALa, FLORIDA
Service Our Motto
FREE AIR AND WATER
BY FACTORY EXPERT
York Guaranteed Satisfaction
"VULCANIZING THAT PAYS"
M SINCLAIR OILS
OCALA EVENING STAB, WEDNESDAY, FEBBUART 9. 1821
RECEPTION FOR VISITORS
A FW REMINDERS
Of the Many Specials of the
ig Closing Out Sale
"Why Pay More?
75,00 Silk Plush Arctic
Crtats, only 3 lett. The
richest value in a coat,
at a most i rteresting
Six Velour Ci th Coats
of excellent quality nja nja-terial.
terial. nja-terial. Most up-to-date
Pillow Cases, 45x36 size. Embroid Embroidered,
ered, Embroidered, Regular told $1.00 apiece.
..Special Less han half price
per pair :
Bleaching, Momoc Fine Cambric,
extra heavy Sj ring bleach.
SATURDAY id MONDAY
Gingham 32 inches wide. A
bargain of bargains. During
the Big-Closing Out Sa!e, per
Diaper Cloth Red Star, soft
and absorbent, 27 in. wide.
Insanitary packages of 10
yard pieces. Per piece ....
Sheeting 81 inches wide; heavy
weight; bleached. You know
what Pepperelle is this is
heavier. SATURDAY and
MONDAY, per yard
LADIES' Bl ACK HOSE
A 25c seller, for
-.'' i i : . j
Extra Fine Sheeting,
36 inches wide. Special
price per yard...
The reception yesterday afternoon
at the home of Mrs. Mary McDowell
was one of the largest and most
enjoyable occasions of the winter sea-
son, as the three hostesses, Mrs. L. M.
Murray, Mrs. G rider Perkins and Miss
Mary McDowell are among Ocala's
most popular young women and the
three honorees, Mrs. C E. Powell of
Lexington, Ky., formerly Miss Minnie
Thompson of this city, who before her
marriage was one of our most popu popular
lar popular and beloved young ladies and her
nsits to her former home are always
welcomed; Mrs. DeWitt Blew of New
Jersey, who won many friends on a
previous visit several years ag j at
the home of her cousins, Mr. and Mrs.
O. S. Scott and family, and Miss Mar Margaret
garet Margaret Hallman of Atlanta, who, tho
this is her first visit to the city, has
many friends and admirers here.
The McDowell home was attractive
In every detail and the decorations
were indeed beautiful. The reception
hall, parlor and dining room, where
the guests were entertained, were
ornamented with maiden hair fern
and pink and white roses, emphasiz emphasizing
ing emphasizing the color motif.
The dining room was most inviting.
Besides decorations similar to those
used in the other rooms, bright pink
tapers in silver candle holders placed
on the mantle, buffet and serving table
added greatly to the appearance of the
room, while a handsome silver basket
of pink roses and ferns on the dining
table completed the artistic decora decorations.
tions. decorations. As the guests arrived they were
met at the front door by Mrs. G. S.
Scott- and Mrs. Harry Borland and
after being cordially welcomed, Mrs.
John Taylor introduced them to the
receiving line, composed of Mrs. Mary
McDowell, Mrs. L. M. Murray, Mrs.
Grider Perkins, Miss Mary McDowell,
Mrs. DeWitt Blew, Mrs. C. E. Powell,
and Miss Margaret Hallman. Each
ady wore4 a handsome afternoon gown
and carried corsage bouquets of pink
sweet peas or pink carnations, the
gift of the hostesses.
After passing the receiving line the
guests spent a short while chatting
with Mrs. George Mac Kay, Mrs. J. E.
Chace and Mrs. H. A. Waterman, be
fore going into the dining room for
refreshments of ice cream, cake and
mints in the colors, pink and white,
carrying out the color motif.
Serving coffee from the dining table
during the afternoon were Mrs. A. E.
Gerig, Mrs. W. F. Creson and Mrs.
Frederick Hocker. Mrs. Alison Wart Wart-nian
nian Wart-nian entertained the guests during
the serving of refreshments, which
were passed by eight young maidens,
Emmie Miller, Mea Dozier and Gene
vieve Haile, Charlotte Chazal, Annie
MacKay, Margaret Gerig, Elizabeth
Murray and Helen Newsom. Mrs. C.
C. Balkcom bid the guests good-bye
from the dining room.
The cordial hospitality of the hos
tesses enhanced by a background of
springtime decorations and the strains
of instrumental music lent a charm to
this occasion which will long be re
membered by the many ladies who
called during the afternoon.
John Golden, Producer of "Lightnin," offers the
RECORD SMASHING SUCCESS
. lX. J ,ii,i,i,i,i
(By Wilton F. Martin)
Sunday, Feb. 6th. at 6:20 p. m-, at
the Oxford Methodist church, Rev. J.
W. Taylor officiated at the marriage
of Mr. Sam Reece and Miss Myrtle
Hicks of this place. The ceremony
was beautiful, the church being dec decorated
orated decorated with bamboo interlaced with
rmk roses, and palmetto and ferns
artistically arranged. The wedding
march and other music was furnished
by the groom's sister-in-law, Mrs.
Cebe Reece. A solo, "I Love You,"
was rendered by Miss Louise Carmi-
chael of the Mont Bird school. To
the tune of the wedding march the
procession entered in the following
order: The groom's attendants, Wes-
ey Floyd, Roy Warnock, Hubert Par-
ham, Malcom Collier and Guy Sapp.
Ihen in gowns of pink and green,
Misses Lucy LaVeigne, Ruth Bogue,
Ecbbie Warnock, Mildred Hicks, with
the maid of honor. Miss Celia Powell.
Mr. Sam Reece with the best man, Mr.
Ceorge LaVeigne were the last of the
procession. The attendants formed a
scuare around a floral bell composed
of bamboo and pink roses under which
Rev.' Taylor stood, facing the audi
ence. I he bride and groom, Dest man,
niaid of hontfr, two little flower bear bear-ers,
ers, bear-ers, little Misses Lanette and Car Carman
man Carman Warnock. and Master Wood row
Glynn, the ring bearer, stood facing
Rev. Taylor. The ceremony was a
short one. The bride was dressed in a
modish wedding gown of white satin,
white veilings, etc, and accessories to
match. She carried a bouquet of
white carnations and ferns. The groom
were conventional black. Immediate
ly after the ceremony the bridal aprty
retired to the home of Mrs. E. B.
Srapp, where luncheon was served
them, after which the bride and groom
started on their honeymoon down the
east coast. The bride is the daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. John Hicks of Oxford.
Mr. Reece's parent sand sisters of
Georgia, attended the wedding. The
happy couple were the recipients of
many beautiful and useful gifts. The
church was packed to its utmost ca
pacity, many having to stand on the
HONORING CHARLES DICKENS
FRIDAY AND SATURDAY
FEBRUARY 11 AND 12
ISAAC HAMBURGER & SONS, INC.
. 1 ...
TAKE PLEASURE IN INVITING YOU
. TO ATTEND THEIR
SPRING TAILORING OPENING
FEBRUARY 11 AND 12
AT THE STORE OF
E. T. HELVENSTON
SATURDAY AT PEDRO
For the benefit of the Pedro Bap
tist church, an entertainment of three
one-act comedies, "Married by Tele
phone," "Getting Ready" and "Stick
to Yo. Word, Gal," will be given Sat
urday evening, Feb. 26th, at the Pedro
school house. Music and refresh refreshments.
ments. refreshments. Admission, 20 and 35 .cents.
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
STOP THAT ACHE 1
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 agreei to refund the
purchase price of tickets bought in the event of dissatisfac dissatisfaction:
tion: dissatisfaction: (Signed) E. C. Bennett, Manager, Temple 'Theatre
Prices S1.00, $1,50 and $2.00
Seats on Sale Monday at Court Pharmacy
The following program will be ren
dered by class No. 12 of the Methodist
Sunday school, at the parsonage Fri
day afternoon; beginning at 4 o'clock. 1
11 friends welcome. No charges.
Invocation Rev. C W. White.
"Life Sketch of Charles Dickens"
Piano selection, "Hunting Song"
Vocal solo, "Sweet" and Low"
Poem, "The Ivy Green" Eva
Piano solo Flora Sherman.
Vocal selection Ruth fcroderick.
Nan's Dream Frances Wagner.
Piano solo, "Dance of the Dolls"
(Brown) Gene Bitting.
The story of Little Nell Ruth Par
Song, "Work Together" Ramona
Piano solo. "Canary" (Schiller)
Amy Cauthen Long.
Character sketches Elizabeth Rog
. "Her Valentine" Evelyn White.
Rose Allen 'Grey will have charge
of the program. Anna Burton and
Florence Thompson will act as ushers.
MAIL ORDERS NOW
Read the "Ads." You Will Find Many Bargains
JOHHNY" MOORE'S CAFE
The many friends of John T. Moore
throughout Florida, and especially in
Ocala, his home for most of his life,
will be glad to know that he is now in
the business of feeding and refreshing
the public in Tampa, where he is
operating the best cafe, cold drink and
cigar business in the city, located in
the heart of Tampa at 806 Franklin
street. There are other places in the
city 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.
i Don't worry and complain about a
bed back. Get rid of that pain and
lameness! Use Doan's Kidney Pills.
Many Ocala people have used them
and know how effective they are.
Hat' an Ocala. case.
J. E. Allemand. prop, of jewelry
store, Fort King avenue, says: "Some
time aco I wreched my back while
working in my garden and for some
time following had a constant ache
across the small oi my cac ana in
mv hins. It was distressing for me
to straighten up after I had sat in one
position for any length of time. I be
gan to use Doan's Kidney nus ana
they surely proved their merit in a
short tune, lor tney causea every
svmptom of this trouble to disappear.
I'take a dose of Doan's occasionally
keen mv kidneys in good order."
Price 60c. at all dealers, ixavi
simply ask for a kidney remedy get
Doan's Kidney Pills the same that
Mr.' Allemand had. Foster-Milburn
Co., Mf rs., Buffalo. N. Y Adv.
rJack-Driczfet, Leaf b.Sicottfal
Use, Praued by tn Ariussu
tb&er, "Seea Does
Manaadoke, Ark.-SpeaWa ef
Thedford's Black-Draught, walah from
long use la hsr household has become
regarded as "the family medicine."
Mrs. Mary HILL of Route X. this
place, says: iiM
-Whin thm children get Clous, I
give them a couple of good doses, and
whea we have sour stomach, aeadac&e,
or any liver or stomach troaaie, we
use Black-Drauf hL It U an esay
tlve. and soon dees the work. I w w-talnly
talnly w-talnly think It is one of the sest reo reo-adles
adles reo-adles made.'
Black-Draught acts ea the Jaded
liver, gently, bat positively. a4 hlP
It la Its Important fanetlea throw throwing
ing throwing oat waste materials ana poisons
from the system. mm M
In thousands of aeusefcolas Black Black-Draugat
Draugat Black-Draugat I kept laady for immediate
use In time of need. Prompt treatxasat
often Is half the battle, and will often
prevent alight ilia from develeplag in into
to into serious troubles.
Its well-established merit, daring
more thaa 70 years of aaeceaafal use.
sbould eoavlnce you at the helpful
ffMt obtainable by taking Biatk-
Drauzht for liver 'aa4 stomach, als-
Mn Get a nackaxe today, aad
keep It la your house. Eee that
the package bears the words,
TWford'a Black-Draoxat" NC-141
1 SPEAK 8c a fc
12 lbs. PiUsbnrry Floor 85c
24 lbs. Pillsburry Flora- $1.65
12 lbs. Self Rising Hour 80c
24 lbs. Sell Rising Flour $1.55
Irish Potatoes,' per peck 50c
1 lb. Romford's Baiting Powder 31c
1 lb. Maxwell or White Donse Coffee 39c
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OCALA EVENING STAR, WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 9. 1921
ihT HAS ARRIVED
Our new Soda Foun Fountain
tain Fountain is now in opera operation.
tion. operation. I)on't fail to come and
get your, drinks here.
Our drinks are con consistent
sistent consistent in QUALITY
with our Ice Cream.
If you have any
I phone to five-one.
Mr. Stewart Ramey of Citra recent
ly purchased a Dodge touring car from
the Auto Sales Co.
VALENTINES. "Nuff said.V THE
SPECIALTY SHOP, A. E. Gen. 2-tf
Mr. Troeheart Bodiford of Gaines
ville, is a well known traveling sales salesman
man salesman in the city today.
Get your candy at the old price of
one dollar per pound at Gerig's Drug
Store. Nunnallys and Lageett's. tf
Mrs. Raiford Simmons has return
ed home from a three weeks' visit with
relatives and friends at Stotesboro,
Fldrida and western meats at Cook's
Market and Grocery are the choicest
to be had. Phone 243. 2-8t
Phone 580 or 558
Mr. Eddie Armstrong pf Belleview
was in the city yesterfay and drove
home in a new Dodge touring car,
which he purchased from the Auto
Wbea a girl becomes a woman.
wotaaa becomes a soother
and bw a vobu
pines t&rouxn the
chances of middle
life, are the three
periods of life whea
Dr. Pleroe's Favor
ite Prescription la
most seeded. Many
testify just as does
Ranhlne. Va. "I
took Dr. Pierce's Favorite. Prescrip Prescription
tion Prescription about two years ago during ex expectancy
pectancy expectancy and got along fine better
than any other time.' I was ill only
two hours, or maybe less. I am
mother of seven children.' MRS. J.
L HALIBURTON. R. F. D. L
Send 10c for large trial package of
Favorite Prescription Tablet to Dr.
Pleroe's Invalids Hotel. Buffalo, N. Y.
ffiiii v ml
QUC3 PC30GE LOST
Meal and Grits, -7 lbs. 25c, 15 lbs. 50c
Whole Rice 10 lbs. $1.00
Blue Rose Rice 3 lbs. 25c Q lbs.-50c 15 lbs. $1.00
No. 2 Tomatoes, 2 for 25c, 3 for 35c, 6 for 65c
Lard Compound, per pound, 15c
Pure Lard (bulk) 1 lb. 25c, 2 lbs. 45c, 5 lbs. $1.09
Argo Starch, Octagon Soap, P & G Soap,
- 3 for 25c. 1 dozen for 95c
Irish Potatoes, per peck, 50c
Sugar Cane Syrup, drawn from barrel.
1 quart 30c, l2 gallon 55c. 1 gallon $L00
Sealed Sugar Cane Syrup, qt. cans 40c, 2 for 75c
Navy Beans, 3 lbs. 25c
Lima Beans 2 lbs. 25c
Fresh Eggs, all guaranteed, market price.
Henry Clay and Apex Flour, the best plain and
Self Rising Flour made.
Klim hrl lb. 2l2h. and 5 lb. packages.
, ; :
We do not undercharge on one item and
over charge on another, but make each thing
carry its own profit. Can it be fair any other
way? Oar delivery service is ior' you vto use. it
does not cost you any more if you order amounts
to $1.00 or more.
FARMERS EXCHANGE STORE
Merchants Block Phone 163
Just received sea bass weighing
I from three to twelve pounds, for bak
ing purposes. City Fish Market.
Phone 158. tf
Mr. Herman Hodges of the Hodges
Motor Co., of Gainesville, was a bus business
iness business visitor in town yesterday, tak
ing back with him from the Auto
Sales Co. a Dodge sedan.
Read the Main Street Market's ad.
in today's paper. It will pay you. 3t
Candy for valentine gifts. THE
SPECIALTY. SHOP. A. E. Gerig. 2-tf
Mrs. H. M. Hampton returned yes
terday afternoon from a three weeks'
vist to New York city and Raleigh,
N. C At the latter place she visited
at the homo of Mrs. R. Moore.
Seafood, always to be had fresh at
"ity FISH Market. 9 Ft. King Ave. tf
Mr. and Mrs. P. V. Leavengood re
turned this afternoon from a three three-days
days three-days visit to the South Florida Fair
in Tampa. Mr. Leavengood went to
represent the Star at the Rotary Rotary-Press
Press Rotary-Press breakfast Monday.
GUINEA PIGS TURN
DOWN HOME BREW
Boston, Mass., Feb. 9. Because
guinea pigs have been found to ac
cept the Volstead act literally and
turn their furry backs to. alluring
home brew,, the little animals which
are raised here for test purposes are
reported to have depreciated in value
almost 100 per cent.
It was the fond belief of home brew
makers some time ago that if they
tried their amateur productions on
the guinea pig, human life and diges digestion
tion digestion might be saved. The guinea pig
had proven a satisfactory subject for
scientific tests and according to their
reasoning if the sensitive animal sur
vived their brew it was ripe for hu
man consumption. If the pig died,, it
was in a good cause, and the brewers
tried again to make a liquor fit to
drink by man and beast.
"Pigs is pigs" but the guinea varie
ty is more rodent than pig and have
been found to value their lives above
the convival compensations of liquor
samplers. Those who have tried their
brews oh the guinea pigs have found
that no amount of coaxing can bring
the sagacious rodents to the flowing
bowl of kitchen-made drugs. They
submit to the administration .of maiv
strange drugs and serums in the in interest
terest interest of science but anything alco alcoholic
holic alcoholic is abhorrent to them.
Thousands of purchases were made
when it was reported that guinea pigs
could test the margin of safety- in to-
sampled contraband concoctions. Now
they are a drug on the market, ready
to be doled out to hospitals and scien scientists
tists scientists for use in routine experiments.
7:30 Every Wiflht
J. P. DAWKINS
, ALL KINDS OF
FRESH MEATS, FISH -and
TUESDAY and FRIDAY
111 W. Broadway
WANTED, LOST, FOUND. F03
SALE. .FOR KENT AND SIM SIMILAR
ILAR SIMILAR LOCAL NEEDS
Rates: Six lines, maximum, ese time,
25c; three times. 50c; six times, 75c;
ens month. JX. Payable in advance.
FOR 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
IHERO-COLA WOODYARD Wa at
prepared to furnish oak or pin
' 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
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
Mrs. E. L. Carney will entertain at
cards tomorrow afternoon at her home
on Oklawaha avenue in compliment to
Mrs. DeWitt Blew and Miss Margaret
Hallmah, guests at the home of Mr.
and Mrs. G. S. Scott and Mr. and Mrs.
J. H. Taylor.
Apalachicola, oysters fresh every
day. Cook's Market and Grocery. 8t
DIAMOND Non-Skid, 30x3.
old price $20.00, now
DIAMOND Plain, 30x3,
old price $17.60, now. . .
6,000 Mile Guarantee
FEDERAL, FISK AND DIAMOND TUBES
NEW PRICES Overhauling Ford motor $16.
Overhauling Ford.rear end, $5 for time.
Grinding Ford valves, $3.
JAS. ENGESSER, Proprietor
Phone 258 West Broadway
Watch This Space For Quality
FOR VHOSE WHO CARE
Choice Pine Apple Oranges, Kumquats,
Tangerines, Bananas and Apples
Fresh new crop Walnuts just received.
A complete, new and fresh line of Uneeda Biscuit, Lunch
Biscuit, Vanilla Wafers, Oysterettes, Sorbetto Sandwich, Fig
Newtons and others. Fresh Vegetables, Fruits, Candies,
Cold Drinks, Cigars and Tobaccos.
FORT KING CONFECTIONERY
Yonge Block L. E. Yonce, Prop.
C V. ROBERTS. Phone 305
BARNEY SPENCER. Phone 431
ROBERTS & SPENCER
Funeral Directors and Embalmers
Private Morgue and Chapel. Personal Service to alii
Motor Equipment. Coffins and Caskets Delivered.
Office Phone 350
217 West Broadway
"Tobe" Bracken, the clever and pop
ular boy who was in the Harrington
before the war, and in the air service
during the war, is in town for a brief
while. Tobe's home is in Atlanta and
his friends here hope he will often
Geo. MacKay S Co.
0 and Embalmers
Two Licensed Embalmers
Motor Funeral Cars
Private Morgue and Chapel
Day Phone 47
Night Phone 515
G. B. Overton. Manager
A new lot of Powder Puffs just in
at Gerig's Drug Store. tf
LET US BUILD YOU A lp
Select your own lot and 51
pians. lerms: nan casn,
balance like rent Call and
ftalk it ver with us.
RAY 8 THOMSON
' Abstract Building
FOR 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 tha
stables. Anthony Farms, Anthony,
WpOD 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.
Phone 112. 1-1 94 m
FOR RENT Furnished rooms for
light .housekeeping. Apply at 603
E. Second street. 2-tf
FOR RENT Dwelling on Anthony
road 200 feet off Oklawaha avenue;
seven rooms, bath, hot and cold wai waiter,
ter, waiter, gas, electric lights. Apply to
L. N. Green. 6-tf
FOR SALE Oak and pine wood, cut
for fireplace and stove. Apply Mala
Street Wood yard or phone 566. 12t
WANTED Several men with selling
ability to work in territory srrr srrr-rounding
rounding srrr-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. S-Ct
THERE'S A "SUGuT
We give you delivery service right
NOW. Cook's Market. Phone 243. 2-8t
The Star regrets to learn that it ts
Dr. Peek's intention to resign his
membership in the sub-district board
of school trustees. The doctor has
been a very efficient member, doubly
30 from the fact that he is a physician.
and the Star is most regretful to hear
that his place will soon be vacant.
Valentine score cards. THE SPE
CIALTY SHOP. A. E. Gerig. 2-tf
Miss Eloise Henry will arrive home
tomorrow afternoon after a two weeks
visit in Anderson, S. C, and Washing
ton, Ga. Miss Katherine Wilheit of
Washington will accompany Miss
henry home for a few weeks' visit.
Miss Wilheit was a visitor here last
year, and has many friends ,who will
be glad to learn of her return.
Dont fail to visit the Guarantee
Clothing & Shoe Company. Every-
thing we sell is guaranteed. We're
fighting for QUALITY not prices, tf
Stephen Roundtree, arrested four
years ago for bringing liquor into
dry county, and got away and has
been a fugitive from justice ever
since, dropped into town recently to
see old friends. Sheriff Thomas and
Marshal Gordon were not invited to
the receptions being held in Steven
honor, so invited themselves. Steve
is consequently in'jaiL The supreme
court decided the statute under which
Steve was arrested unconstitutional,
so Steve will probably be' liberated
but he had better remember all the
but years of experence have taught
us the trick. When yours give
you troble call us.
Ocala House Block
A. E. GERIG
For All Cars
GEO. J. WILLIAMS
Fonrterly Carroll Motor Company
Garage, Osceola St.
Phone 597 Night 4C3
FOR SALE Slijrthly used Ivers &
Pond piano. Cost new today $750.
A bargain for immediate sale. lib
eral terms arranged. Address Mr.
Fuller, care Colonial hotel. 3-et
WANTED General agent for Ocala
and vicinity for Monthly Premium
Accident and Health Department of
the oldest company writing all
forms Accident, Health and Life In
surance. Requires a man capable
handling business in every particu particular.
lar. particular. Commission contract only. Part
time service considered. Address C
H. Boyer Manager Casualty De Department,
partment, Department, National Life Insurance
Company, 29 S. La Salle St., Chi Chisago,
sago, Chisago, I1L 7-2t
FREE Garden plot and part of
house, to married couple with auto.
References exchanged. For particu particulars
lars particulars call at Maxine. Main St. 7-Ct
FOR SALE Cheap for cash, light
housekeeping outfit, wood stove,
seven hens and wood. Can rent
house. Water paid three months in
Box 353. 7-3t
WILUAM A. T1NSF.1AN
- Estimates Given Free
Phone 626 Ocala, Fla.
NEEDHAM MOTOR CO.
General Auto Repairing
. and Storage
Gasoline, Oils and Grease
Oklawaha Ave. & Orange St
PRACTICAL CARPENTER ANIJ
CareJul estimates mad on all cow
tract mork. Gives more and better
work fir the money than any othr
contractor in the city.
CIVIL DVGITIEECS AND SUIIVEYORS
Licensed under the laws of the State of Florida
Capt. Edward Drake Is associated
with us and in charge of our. Phos Phosphate
phate Phosphate Mine and Plant Department.
Olllees, 3W4 Colder Eli
Pfcca'e No. 511
FOUND Auto crank. Apply at this
office, tell make of car crank belongs
Id and pay for this notice. 2-tf
WANTED An ox driver who under
stands snaking timber out of the
swamp with oxen. Apply W. J. Wil Wilson
son Wilson Co, 22 Holder block, Ocala. 86t
WANTED To buy two log carta in
good condition. Apply to W. J. Wil Wilson
son Wilson Co, 22 Holder block, Ocala. 85
FOR SALE 50-acre farm, four room
nouse, iuu orange trees, 10 ptac&
trees, wire fence. If taken this
week, 750 cash. Box 93, city. 8-6t
IOST Pair of child's horn rimmed
glasses, Friday afternoon near prt-
niirv firvil- 'Finfor le v at tV
Star office or phone 506. 8-St
GOOD HOME For aged or middle-
aged lady. Board and clothes free
for company. Apply 301 Fourth
street or. write Mrs. Fannie Col-
FOR RENT- Several large and com comfortably
fortably comfortably furnished rooms. Phone
379 or call at 504 Oklawaha ave avenue.
nue. avenue. 0-Ct
WANTED A man with business and
sales ability to enter a proposition
'which will net him from $5000 to
$10,000 per year. Small capital re required
quired required to start. Call or phone Wed Wednesday.
nesday. Wednesday. S. M. Gingham, Harrington
Hall hoteL 8-lt
FOR SALE 100 chickens, fryers and
some fine pullets, also fresh sweet
milk from high grade cows, guaran guaranteed
teed guaranteed rich and pure at le. a quart
or six tickets for l. If taken daily,
three quarts or more, 15c.' quart.
Apply to E. G. Houston, block east
of W. D. Cam's place. 9-lt
FOR SALE Six Jersey heifers with
first calves. Ocala Heights Dairy,
J. E. Godwin. -9-lt
counties are dry now."
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