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

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Began in 1895; ceased in 1943.
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Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 5 (June 24, 1895).
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"WEATIIE2 FORECAST
Unsettled this afternoon,
fair tonight and Friday;
cooler tonight and in
north portion Friday
TEMPERATURE
This morning, 61.
This afternoon, 81.
VOL 27
OGALA, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 10. 1921
NO. 34

OGAM

EVENING S

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FIVE PER CEHT BUT
YETjflfl liHICH
Senate Committee's Estimate of the
Aliens to be Admitted. to
this Country

(Associated Press
Washington, Feb. 10. The bill lim limiting
iting limiting immigration of any one country
to five Der cent of the aliens of such
country in the United States when the
last census was taken, was approved
unanimously by the Senate immigra immigration
tion immigration committee today.
COLBY'S REFUSAL
Secretary Colby has refused to
transmit to the Senate foreign rela relations
tions relations committee information regarding
negotiations with Japan concerning
the framing of a new treaty to meet
the situation created by adoption of
the California anti-alien law.
FETCHING IN TYPHUS FEVER
Eleven Cases Discovered Several Days
Ago Among a Shipload of
Immigrants
(Associated Fresa) v
New York Feb. 10. The discovery
of eleven new cases of typhus among
persons arriving here several days
ago aboard the steamship "President
Wilson," led officials today to plan
drastic measures against further im immigration
migration immigration from plague infected Euro European
pean European countries.
Must Have Been a Voyage of Misery
Twenty cases of typhus were found
among the steerage passengers arriv arriving
ing arriving today on the steamship San Guisto
from Triest and Naples. Three pas passengers
sengers passengers died of the diesase during the
voyage. The vessel was' ordered played
indefinitely at quarantine and the
typhus victims were. removed to
Swineburne Island.
MEMBERS LABOR BOARD
DRAWING GOOD MONEY
(Associated I'res)
Chicago, Feb. 10. The railway la
bor board today denied the request of
the American Association of Railway
Executives for immediate abrogation
of the national wage agreement with
the brotherhoods and the establish
ment of a new basic rate for unskilled
labor predicated on local conditions.
The board will continue hearings on
the question.
MRS. MEREDITH
Mrs. Frances Ann Meredith died at
the home of her son at Juliette Wed
nesday morning. t
She is survived by three sons, J. F.
Meredith of Juliette; W. L. Meredith
of Freeport, Va., and T. C. Meredith
of Pearson, Md.; and two daughters,
Mrs. W. B. Boyt of Baltimore, Md.
and Miss Deborah Meredith of Ju
liette. '.
Mrs. Meredith came here to spend
the winter with her sons, and was
taken sick three weeks after arrivinc.
The many friends of the family will
sympathize with them in the loss of
their mother.
' Her remains were forwarded over
the Pinellas special Wednesday aft afternoon,
ernoon, afternoon, accompanied by her son and
daughter to West Point, Va., where
interment will take place Friday aft afternoon.
ernoon. afternoon. Sam R. Pyles & Company,
funeral directors, had charge of the
I arrangements.
LYMAN G. PADDOCK
Lyman G. Paddock, aged 59 years,
died last night at 7:30 in this city.
Mr. Paddock had retired from active
business several years ago, and mov moved
ed moved to Leesburg, where he purchased a
1 winter home. He came to Ocala sev several
eral several weeks ago to undergo treatment,
and as he had been in failing health
for several years his death was not
unexpected.
His remains will be forwarded this
afternoon by auto to Leesburg. On
the arrival of his wife the funeral
services will be held in that city.
Sam R. Pyles & Co. have charge of
the arrangements.
USERS OF ELECTRIC
CURRENT, LOOK OUT
The new turbine engine has" arrived
end is being put in place at the city
plant as fast as possible. In order to
facilitate operations, the current will
be cut off all day next Sunday. Users
of current will please take notice and
make, the- necessary preparations.
Gat the habit of reading tha ads.

AUGUSTA AH
, IS UI1F0RTUI1ATE

Explosion Wrecks Southern Railway
Depot with Heavy Loss of
Life and Property
(Associated Press
Augusta, Ga., Feb. 10. Officials of
the Southern Railway are investigat investigating
ing investigating the explosion and fire which late
yesterday partially wrecked the
freight depot here. It was 'announced
today that all employes had been ac accounted
counted accounted for. The charred bodies of
three negroes found in the ruins have
been identified. Three firemen who
were injured will recover. It is not
clear what caused the explosion pre preceding
ceding preceding the fire.
BURGLARS TRY TO
PASS THE BUCK
Claim to be Ex-Service Men, Says
Secretary Baker, Whenever
They are 'Caught
Washington, Feb. 10. An appeal to
the newspapers to guard against the
designation as ex-service men of
burglars and other criminals without
proper investigation was issued today
by Secretary Baker.
The secretary of war declared the
expression is becoming increasingly
common and that in many cases in investigation
vestigation investigation would prove the person
referred to was never identified with
the armed forces of the United States.
Mr. Baker said is was a popular
policy with criminals now to plead
that they served in the army or navy
in the hope of gaining sympathy.
CHRISTIAN REVIVAL
Altho prayer meeting night in the
other churches and a show in town,
a good audience heard Evangelist W.
E. Harlow. His sermon on "The
Bride's Attire" was helpful. The sub
ject tonight is "How to Study the
Bible." You can not afford to miss it.
It will help you solve many of the
perplexing and confusing problems of
the bible. Mr. McDonald sang two
solos last night. He has an unusual
ly good collection of songs and sings
them well. Hear these men, once at
least. J. G. Waggoner, Pastor.
CITRA
Citra, Feb. 9. Mrs. Eugene Cox of
Atlanta, is the guest of her parents,
Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Wartmann.
Mr. D. L. White of Natchez, Miss.,
reached here last night to spend sev
eral weeks with his parents, Mr. and
Mrs. A. C. White.
Mr. Kneisley of Woodstock, Va., is
here for several months.
Dr. Strickland is a visitor to Tampa
this week.
The many friends of Mr. Kyle
Wartmann are glad, he has so far re recovered
covered recovered from his recent illness as to
be back here again.
Mr. Timmons and family moved last
week to their new, home a few miles
out from Ocala. We regret very much
losing this excellent family from our
community.
Mr. Talmadge DuPree is on a busi business
ness business trip to Pittsburg, Pa.
Among the Citra visitors last Sun Sunday
day Sunday were Mr. and Mrs. Alison Wart Wart-man
man Wart-man and children, Mr. James Melton,
Mrs. J. W. Melton and daugthers,
Frances, Rose and Mary Thornton, of
Ocala.
- The Ladies' Aid Society meets at
the home of Mrs. John Wyckoff Thurs Thursday
day Thursday afternoon.'
Rev. Mann and family were visitors
to Bartow last week.
Mrs. Crick and children are moving
to Plant City, where they will make
their home.
Mr. and Mrs. Jones have moved
here from Island Grove, as have also
Mr. and Mrs. Revels.
Mr. and Mrs. Martin of Island
Grove spent last Sunday with Mr. and
Mrs. Alex DuPree.
Mrs. Harry Massie and little daugh daughter
ter daughter were guests of Mrs. Massie's par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. R. S. Shortridge
last week.
NOTICE
Sealed proposals addressed to the
undersigned will be received at the
office of town clerk until 5 p. m., not
later than February 18th. 1921. for
the construction of approximately
2000 running feet of concrete side
walk. Said bids shall be accompanied
by a certified -check of not less than
5 per cent of the contract price. Speci
fications on file in this office.. Tne
right is reserved to reject any and all
bids and to waive any defects.
- S. L. LLOYD, Town Clerk,
2-10-2t Inverness, Florida.

HARDING

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to syucusmiE
Fresident-Elect at Once Plunged Into
Mass of Work that has Accumu Accumulated
lated Accumulated During his Absence
r
I Associated Press)
St. Augustine, Feb., 10. Back at
work after his three weeks' vacation,
President-elect Harding today waded
into the vast accumulation of corres correspondence
pondence correspondence and other miscellaneous bus
iness that must be cleared away be
fore he can give serious thought to
final decisions on the personnel of his
cabinet and other major problems.
The stack of telegrams and ( letters
probably will occupy all his working
time for the remainder of the week.
The cabinet appointments) which
Mr. Harding's close friends 'believe
he has definitely determined upon are:
Charles E. Hughes for secretary of
state; Harry M. Daugherty for at attorney
torney attorney general; Will Hays for post postmaster
master postmaster general, and Henry Wallace
of Iowa, for secretary of agriculture.
It is still realized, however, that there
may be a slip between the first of
February and the first of March.
DOUGHERTY LIKELY t
TO BE APPOINTED
(Associates Press) I
Rome, Feb. 10. The appointment
of Archbishop Dougherty of Philadel
phia, as cardinal in succession to the
late Cardinal Farley of .New York,
is almost certain, according to infor information
mation information received from Vatican circles.
RICKARD WILL TAKE OVER
INTERESTS ON PRIZE FIGHT
(Associated Press) j
. New York, Feb. 10. Tex Richard
announced today he had arranged for
immediate transfer to him of the in
terests of Charles Cochran and Will William
iam William Bardy in the proposed Dempsey-
Carpentier match.
ERUPTION OF BAD FEELING
Fighting Between Germans and Bel Belgians
gians Belgians in Aix La Chapelle
(Associated Press)
London, Feb. 10. Serious fighting
between the German population and
Belgian patrol in Aix La Chapelle is
reported in an Amsterdam dispatch to
day.
FOR SALE CHEAP
1-ton truck at bargain quick
salev AUTO SALES CO, Mack Tay
lor, Phone 348, Ocala, Fla. 9-t
Don't fail to visit the Guarantee
Clothing & Shoe Company. Every
tiling we sell is guaranteed. We're
fighting for QUALITY not prices, tf
You should see the line of men's,
boys' and little boys' shoes that H. A.
Waterman, The Haberdasher, is clos
ing out. Get your size before the
line is sold out. 10-3t
CHIROPRACTIC
Dr. C. E. Kiplinger is now located
at the Ocala House and will be able
to see as many of his old as well as
any new patients who call to see him.
No matter what your ailment was,
what treatment you have tried, quick
and permanent relief awaits you by
taking chiropractic adjustments.
10-3t Dr. Kiplinger, Ocala House.
Come in and let us show you our
tailored suits. Hart Schaffner & Marx
and Ed. V. Price & Co. Prices are
right and the clothes are guaranteed.
H. A. Waterman, The Haberdasher.
BARGAIN IN 4 BUICK
One "4" Buick, new tires. Bargain
for quick sale. AUTO SALES CO.,
Mack Taylor, Phone 348, Ocala, Fla. 6t
NOTICE
Mr. G. B. Overton is now our
funeral director and embalmer. Night
;hone 515, day phone 47.
i:5-tf George MacKay & Company.
NOTICE
I have a good incubator. If you
have the eggs and want chickens, see
me soon, or call 50 IX. J. E. Frampton,
1109 E. 6th St., Ocala, Fla. 5-t
Make your wants known by adver adverting
ting adverting them.

BOARD OF TRADE

MEETS TOIGIIT

Summer Band Concerts and the Pres Preservation
ervation Preservation of the Trees of Ocala
Win be Discussed
The Marion County Board of Trade
meets tonight at 8 o'clock. At to
night's meeting steps will be taken to
arrange for a series of open air band
concerts for the summer months.
Several other matters of importance
will also be taken up. The matters
to be touched upon will be the prob
lem of keeping cattle out of the city
that are destroying gardens, and the
problem of preserving the trees of
the city. What shall be done about
the trees? Some are being mutilated
and others are dying. The trees are
among Ocala'a greatest assets, and
the secretary of the Board of Trade
thinks that some policy for caring for
the trees should be adopted.
SUGAR SATURDAYAND MONDAY
14 pounds of sugar for one dollar.
uith a dollar's worth of other groc groceries
eries groceries for cash, Saturday and Monday
only. Phone 377.
dly-3t-tf H. B. WHITTINGTON.
BIG SUBSCRIPTION
CLOSES

Candidates All Confident of Winning

Finish Promises

Friends of Candidates Are Invited

to Be Present When the Prizes Are

Awarded Stokes, Dodd and Thomas

to Count Votes.
THE CANDIDATES IN

NAMES ADDRESS
Mrs. Ed. (C) Carraichael .......Ocala
Miss Mamie Fant Iivine ...
Mrs. W. H. Hoffman Dunnellon
Miss Estelle Howell ..Oak
Miss Maude Keefe .Ocala ...
Mrs. Howard Lee Eaatlake
Miss Katherine Leitner Ocala ...
Miss Ada Fore Marsh .Lacota .
Mrs. Walter Marsh Ocala ...
Miss Louise Spencer Ocala ...
Miss Yvonne Seckinger Martel .

The mammoth subscription drive'
which has been in progress for the
past month on the Star will come to
a close as the clock strikes seven on
next Saturday evening, February 12.
In all respects this has proven to
be the most successful subscription
drive ever attempted by a newspaper
in this section of the state. From
the opening day the interest has been
intense and the candidates -have all
worked with vim and enthusiasm and
as a result the Star now has the
largest subscription list of any paper
in this section of the state.
The finish promises to be exceed exceedingly
ingly exceedingly close as each of the candidate
are confident of victory and none of
them will concede defeat. The ma majority
jority majority of the people of the county
have picked their favorite candidates
and the indications are that the Star
office will be packed with the candi candidates
dates candidates and their friends when the
judges make their final decision.
The final count will be made im immediately
mediately immediately after the contest comes to
a close Saturday evening, and the
prizes will be awarded immediately
after the judges have announced their
decision.
CLOSING RULES OF CAMPAIGN
The closing rales of the campaign
as announced in other issues of the
Star are that all subscriptions taken
from now until the close of the con
test will be placed in a sealed envel envelope
ope envelope and then deposited in a sealed
ballot box at the Star office.' This
Fox will not be opened until the
judges have declared the campaign
officially closed, when the rotes will
be counted and the prizes awarded. -The
judges will make a eomplste

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STARTS OUT
Colamn Several Hundred Strong Is
Marching on Skibbereem is
County Cork
(Associated Press)
London, Feb. 10. An Irish repub
lish army several hundred strong is
marching on Skibbereen, County Cork,
according to reports from many
sources, says a Skibereen dispatch.
TOO MUCH TROUBLE
FOR LIEUT. RUPP
C Associates Press)
Newport News, Feb. 10. Lieut. D.
A. Ropp, of York Pa, was found dead
in his quarters at Langley Field late
lata night, it was announced today.
The wife of Lieutenant Rupp was
recently mysteriously assaulted in
their home at: the flying station and
Rupp later declared he was responsi
ble for the attack. The lieutenant had
tecently been ordered transferred to
Honolulu.
Get your candy at the old price of
one dollar per pound at Gerig's Drug
Store. Nunnally's and Liggett's. tf
DRIVE 1
SATURDAY EH1G
to Be Very Qose
ALPHABETICAL ODDER
VOTES
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count of all votes turned in before
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the installation of the box and will
then add the votes in the box to those
taken before and the lady having the
largest number of votes will be award
ed the beautiful STUDEBAKER,
while those running next in order
will receive the other valuable prizes.
- Another rule that all candidates
must bear in mind that that no checks
of any kind will be accepted in the
ballot box nothing but cash or cur currency
rency currency being acceptable. Candidates
should have all checks offered them in
payment of subscriptions made to
themselves and cashed before placing
the subscriptions in the ballot box.
BANKERS TO AWARD PRIZES
The three judges appointed to take
charge of the campaign and award
the prizes are:
Mr. Henry D. Stokes of the Ocala
National Bank.
Mr. Roger Dodd of the Commercial
Bank.
Mr. J. M. Thomas of the Munroe A
Chambliss National Bank.
These are well known gentlemen of
the city and a fair and impartial
count of the votes is assured. Just
as the clock in the Star office strikes
seven these gentlemen will take com
plete charge of the campaign and as
soon as all votes have been counted
the prizes -will be awarded.
.. V
Care should be taken by each can candidate
didate candidate to observe all. closing rules, as
they cannot be changed, and any sub
scriptions turned in after 7 o'clock,
or if any other rules are violated, no
votes will be issued on subscriptions.

ins

PUDUG

Tlllffll ACT LIKE
PETTY TMIITS

Seaboard Employes Either Discour Discourteous
teous Discourteous Everywhere or Specially
Hare It is for this City
It is evident to all Ocala people who
travel that Seaboard trainmen on this
division are all showing the effect of
"mighty poor raisin'." or having
heard that Ocala resented their care
lessness and lack of courtesy have
resolved to punish its people by "rub
bing it in."
It is reported to the Star that one
day this week they stopped two of
their trains with the platforms of two
passenger ears right on the Coast
Line track, so that the box used to
ht!p passengers alight could not be
put in any level place, and passengers
getting off had to jump clear down to
the ground rough, uneven ground.
No railroad man, unless grossly in
competent or devoid of courtesy for
his passengers, would do such a thing.
Last night we are told the south southbound
bound southbound local had two or three Pull Pullmans,
mans, Pullmans, running the rear of the train
far back beyond the water tank. An
Ocala man got off one of the sleepers
right at the water tank. Knowing
where he was and being used to that
sort of treatment, he made out very
well, but a tourist who was with him,
oaded with golf sticks, and probably
intending to stop a few days, must
have had a devil of an opinion of
Ocala.
Such things happen every day.
There is no excuse for them. We real
ly dont believe the management of
the railroad approves of them. They
are in the Star's opinion the result of
a spirit of indifference to the comfort
and convenience of passengers among
the trainmen, added to a lack of pride
in their own work.
WOODMEN, TAKE NOTICE
Very important that you attend the
meeting of the camp Friday night.
Feb. ltlh, at 7:30 o'clock. Election
of delegates to the head camp.
C K. Sage, Clerk.
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Dumas returned
yesterday from Jacksonville, accom accompanied
panied accompanied Jby Mr. Dumas' parents, Mr.
and Mrs. Chas. J. Dumas, of Brooklyn,
N. .Y., who will remain some weeks.
Mr. Dumas senior is a veteran news newspaper
paper newspaper man, and we hope to induce
him to pen some ideas about Ocala
before he leaves.
Fish on hand today: Sea trout,
fresh water trout, red snapper, mango
snapper, Spanish mackerel, mullet,
blue fish, sheepshead, flounders, and
shrimp and oysters. City Fish Market.
Phone 158. 10-tf
Mr. Don Mclver is going around
today, accompanied by another big
man, and both smiling at all whom
they meet. The other big man Is Mr.
Lam Mclver, formerly a citizen of
Ocala, but after many years absence
returned to see what the town looks
like. His friends hope he wQl remain
here.
The hot weather has come. Get
your bathing suit, for the lady, man
or boy, go to Silver Springs and take
a swim. We have just received our
line of bathing suits. H. A. Water
man, The Haberdasher. 10-3t
Mrs. G. C Grunthal of BeDeview
was hostess at a dinner party at the
Harrington FyH last evening, after
which she invited her guests to the
Temple theater to witness the play.
Turn to the Right." The following
were those comprising this congenial
party: Mrs, Frank HavIIand, Miss M.
Powers, Mrs. LeGrand Hopkins and
Mr. Ed Armstrong.
Miss Caroline White left this aft.
ernoon to resume her studies at
Southern College, which has been tem temporarily
porarily temporarily moved to Clearwater Beach,
untQ the buildings destroyed by fire
at Sutherland can be replaced. The
students are well pleased with the
new location. The girls wfll occupy
the hotel at the beach, while barracks
have been built for the boys, and eve
rything is comfortably arranged for
the remainder of-the school term.
Yon will be more than delighted
when yon try a-box of our delicious
Log. Cabin Candy, and our Martha
Washington Candy. THE VOGUE is
t your service. Phone 680 or 558 for
quick delivery of our QUALITY. ICE
C2EA1L 29-tf



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The trouble with the Germans is
that they were Potsdamned.
We see around us every day positive
.nnf of tw old assertion that the
good dye young.
: A blooded cow may be worth a roll!
of kale thick enough to choke her, but
she never blows her horn.
" Guns or knives, sticks or stones,
men will always find something to1
fight "with, until they become no-
account.
A well-known weekly publication
fills a page of each issue with what
it calls "Current Poetry," but a cyn
ical friend of ours says it refers to
the wrong fruit. It should be called
"prune poetry," he says.
The 1921 Florida legislature will be
asked to make provision for a state
tuberculosis hospital, pass a state
wide' tick-eradication 'law. and a con
servation of forests law. Additional
game protective laws and provision
for a federal state park will be urged
: Admiral Sims whilf not crlimnsin?
any immediate trouble, says "we
might as well have our hands on our
And any landlubber knows
'guns.'
what's likely to happen when a gun-
toter keeps nngenng his weapon.
St. Petersburg Times.
, If he is surrounded by a bunch of
other gun-toters, he is generally let
alone.
A dispatch from New York says:
"Representatives of many commercial

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i a purpose of adopting legislation pro pro-i.
i. pro-i. vlding for a five months daylight sav sav-ing
ing sav-ing play. The days from the last Sun

day in April to the last Sunday in
September would be lengthened one
hour under the plan." V i
Unless our legislature does some something,
thing, something, this probably will mean that
Ocala must run an hour and a. half
ahead of the sun all next summer.,
Traffic has been opened over the
Susitna river railroad bridge in, Alas Alaska,
ka, Alaska, said to be the longest single open
bridge in the world. The span is 504
feet long and was erected in temper-
, atures averaging 40 degrees below
zero. The Hurricane Gulch 354-foot
cantilever span will be swung into
place next July. The government rail railroad
road railroad has completed 355 miles from
Fairbanks, leaving only 80 miles be-
i tween the ends of the steel to be con connected
nected connected this year. Trains are now
crossing the Tanana river on ice. A
700-foot span will be required to
, bridge the Tanana.
, Ground hog promises of a pleasant
spring and goose bone predictions of
a rather, torrid summer have started
a flood of petitions to Congress to re repeal
peal repeal the wartime tax on the .poor
f man's drinks. One day, back in 1919,
when the temperature was hitting it
up, around the 100 mark the House
voted to remove the one-cent tax on
sodawater and ice cream, but nothing
. ever happened after that. The meas measure
ure measure was sent to the Senate and ap apparently
parently apparently put in cold storage. Some of
the petitions set forth that inasmuch
as the only thing a man may drink is
soft and lacking in strength, he ought
to be permitted to drink it without
being taxed. :
. Warren Gamaliel Harding of Ohio,
and Calvin Coolidge of Massaehu-
: setts, were formally declared Wednes-
day by Congress to be elected presi-
dent and vice president of the United
States for four years beginning next

. Thus was written the final
in the history of the 1920
presidential elections. The scene was
I laid in the chamber of the House of I
Representatives with, the Vice Presi-J
dent Marshall presiding:. The occas-1

March 4
chapter

ion was the canvassing: of the elec-jiele

itoral votes cast by the electors chosen
on Nov. 20 -404 for the republican J
candidates and 127 for the democratic
candidates, former Governor James
M. Cox of Ohio, and Franklin
Roosevelt, of Hyde Park, N. Y.
HE CONTINUES TO HEAR
Mr. L. JB. Burns, Tampa, Fla.,
Sept. Tampa -J ax. Div., S. A. L.:
near bir Something over a week
ago, tne state,railroad commission at
iananassee received irom you a
ter, part I which was devoted to the
following gladsome tidings:
"I am very sorry that this
plaint reached you. I have issued
structions that each train handling

passengers stopping at Ocala, theTo those who ever for him yearned.

first stop will be made with the
coaches at umbrella shed, and if nec
handle baggage and express! I am I
in hopes we will not have any further
complaints from this source.
You continue to. hear complaints
-
reason for which is thus: : Either you
committed your instructions to the
S. A. L. trainmen to the hands of that
dear old thing Mr. Burleson, and he
sent them via the Panama and Suez
canals, the Straits of Gibraltar, New
York' and the Southern, railway to
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Or your tram men received the same
tiizu uiuugut uiey wens a jo&e, ur wuu
a a
tne puoiic-De-damnea spirit, tnat is,
we regret to say, on the increase on
some railroads, lit their cigarets with
them. At any rate they have not
obeyed and the public is beginning to
wonder if the railway supt. has been
reduced to the little boy who brings
the majestic trainmen their t lunches
before they start out of the -morning.
Sympathetically,
THE .OCALA STAR.,'
INTEND TO HEAR AN ORATOR
At their luncheon Tuesday, the
Ocala, Rotarians received an invita invitation
tion invitation to go visit their Gainesville breth
ren and hear the noted, lecturer, Dr.
Charles Barker, of Grand -' Rapids,
Mich. Dr. Barker will lecture on
Health Subjects," a theme Jn which
all Rotary clubs take a live interest.
Fifteen or more of the Ocala Rotarians
will accept the invitation, and leave in
their cars for Gainesville at 2; o'clock
next. Tu.e.8day afte""n
On arriving
m the university Uity, they will be
corned by their Rote brethren, well
ciilci titiiicu anu Lttaen care ui, aim
after hearing the lecture auto placidly
homeward.
Tuesday's luncheon was served the
Ocala Rotes by the entertainment
committee of the Ladies' Aid Society
. .. .
Jf ureson 01 tne rresoyterian cnurcn
was a guest of the club. The Rotes
put on another of their unexpected
.
snts' nich bef oming, reg-
alar features of the meetings.
HARDEE WAS HAPPY
v.
Gov. Hardee passed through Ocala
Wednesday, on his way home from
Tampa, where he received the. honors
due to his rank and personality. The
Tampa fair hasnt had the pleasure of
entertainmg a really, truly governor
tor some time, uovernor Hardee was

as well pleased with the fair as. theare requested to be nresent.

fair was with him.
THE FAIR ASSOCIATION
The Marion Fair Association held
its annual meeting Tuesday. Messrs
Johnson and Bennett were re-elected
president and secretary.
The following description of
some
of the hospitals in which our sick ex
service men. are kept appears in a dis
patch from Washington:
"Abel Davis, chairman of the House
hospital committee, said:
" 'Former service men are hein?
kept in private hospitals which are
'indescribably filthy and where con-1
ditions are horrible. Former service!
men are placed in such hospitals and
left without attention of the public
health service. He read a report of
the survey of the hospitals made byl

members of the American Legion. Helbage this month.

said the report stated white and ne
gro patients slept in the same room;
that the pharmacy containing nar
cotics and drugs of all sorts was left
unlocked and that when asked if fe female
male female patients used. the same bath
room as the males the doctor in charge
stated that .'the women only remained
about two weeks at a time and didn't
take any baths.' The service men had
brought pressure to bear upon the
public health service, but to no avail.
A consolidation of the bureaux of vo vocational
cational vocational education, war risk insur insurance
ance insurance and part of the public health
service, resulted in a clash of au authority,
thority, authority, nor do they co-operate for
the best interests of the former serv service
ice service men.

"HATS OFF"

- Some bodies of American soldiers
are beine returned from France: the
majority will perhaps lie in the fields
where they felL The Pittsburg Chron
Telegraph prints lines written by
Theodore H.' Boice that fitly express
the feeling of those who see these re
turning catafalques
A Boy Goes By
Kats off!
A boy goes by
A boy who in the golden flush of youth
Went forth to battle for the truth!
The joys of home he left behind,
The mother's kiss, the friends so kind.
That he might help to overthrow
Humanity's most ruthless foe
let-lXnA oioHonoH
The old flag there in Picardy.
com-!1"8
in-lTne boy goes by
For he in honor has returned
Alas! there are no welcoming cheers,
For throats are choked when there
are tears,
But comrades who were in the fight
For God, for home and for the right.
Are following him with measured tread
And with Old Glory overhead.
Hats off!
Uncover every head!
The boy who passed by is dead!
To God and home and country true
He died for me he died for you.
Hats off!
A hero passes by!
Pay him tmV tribute of a sigh.
ANTHONY
Anthony, Feb. 9. Mrs. Florence
Gordon of Jacksonville spent a few
days last week in Anthony with her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Harvey.
Miss Caroline fasteur. who is one
of the teachers in the Weirsdale schoo'
has been at home for several weeks
on account of illness.
Mrs. N. K. Higginbotham and little
daughter returned to their home in
Gainesville last week.
Mr. D. H. Post returned last week
from a visit to relatives in Lakeland
Mr. Lawton C. Sims of Norfolk, Va.,
arrived in Anthony last week to be
with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. C.
Sims for awhile.
Mr. F. P. Shealy of Alabama is vis visiting
iting visiting relatives here this week.
Miss Carrie Forbes was the guest
of her sister, Mrs. D. E. Knoblock of
Martin, several days last week.
Mr. Ben Wiley of Cedar Key, spent
a few days this week at the home of
Mr. and Mrs. R. R. Russell.
Miss Ellen Beuchler spent a few
days this week in Tampa.
Mr. Ben Gill, of Lake City spent
week
in Anthony, the guest of
Mr. Arthur Martin.
Mr. B. K. Padgett spent Monday in
Tampa. During his absence Mr. J. A.
Talton had charge of the depot.
Mr. R. E. Palmer and son, James
left gunday for a huslness trip to to
iverness.
Mrs. R. P McDaniel returned Wed
nesday from Sarasota,
Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Hillman are
visiting relatives in Inverness.'
Mrs. E. C. Beuchler left Tuesday
for a short visit to Tampa.
Everyone please remember the B.
Y. P. U. meeting Sunday evening at
6:30 o'clock.
Preaching services will be held
Sunday evening immediately after the
b. Y. P. U. exercises. Also preach-
ing and business meeting of the
church Saturday night. All members
Mrs. Elma Morrison will open up
a new line or spring millinery lhurs lhurs-day,
day, lhurs-day, Feb. 17th.
CHARTER OAK
Charter Oak, Feb. 9. Miss Nannie
Redding gave a party last Saturday
night at her home. There were quite
a number present. Games were play played
ed played and phonograph music was enjoy enjoyed.
ed. enjoyed. Cake and lemonade was served.
Miss Evelyn Loften spent Saturday
night and Sunday with Miss Susie Mc Mc-Dermitt.
Dermitt. Mc-Dermitt. t
I This community was saddened last
Thursday night to learn of the death
of Mrs. Barnett.
I Mrs. Will Freer has been on the
I sick list the past week, but we are
glad to learn she is improving.
The farmers are busy shipping cab-
Mr. and Mrs. Stanley and children
were guests of Mr. and Mrs. H. L.
Redding Sunday afternoon..
Mr. and Mrs. D. C. Stanley of Belle Belle-view
view Belle-view were guests for dinner of Mr.
and Mrs. Jesse W. Freed Sunday.
Miss Marianna Stanley of Belle-
I view spent the day with Miss Agnes
I Freer last Sunday.
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1

RECEPTION MRS. SCOTT
AND MRS. TAYLOR

Many ladies called between 3:30 and
6 o'clock yesterday afternoon at the
residence of Mrs. G. S. Scott in re response
sponse response to invitations issued by Mrs.
Scott and her daughter, Mrs. J. H.
Taylor, to meet their guests, Mrs.
DeWitt Blew of New Jersey, a cousin
of the hostesses and Miss Margaret
Hallman of Atlanta.
During the comparatively brief
visit of these ladies in Ocala, there
have been many affairs given in their
honor, none more enjoyable than this
at home yesterday afternoon.
The hostesses could not have select selected
ed selected a more perfect day, for it was one
of our enchanting spring days, and a
profusion of flowers were used to dec decorate
orate decorate the rooms on the lower floor of
the Scott residence, which was thrown
open en suite. Palms, asparagus
ferns and other greenery were used
as a background.
Mrs. W. S. Bullock and Miss Mamie
Tayolr greeted the guests at the front
door and introduced them to the re receiving
ceiving receiving line, which formed in the par parlor
lor parlor and was composed of Mrs. Scott,
Mrs. Taylor, Mrs. Blew and Miss Hall Hall-man.
man. Hall-man. After chatting here., the guests
were invited into the dining room by
Mrs. Grider Perkins and Miss Mary
McDowell. This room was most artis artistic
tic artistic in its decorations of bigncnias,
kalanchoes and other bright yellow
Cowers. The dining room table was

cloth and centered with a crystal bas basket
ket basket of the above named flowers, while
smaller crystal baskets were arranged
around the sides of the table. Yellow
streamers of satin ribbon fell tastily
from the chandelier to. the table and
entwined with these decorations were
dainty sprays Of. asparagus fern.
Serving cake, orange ice and mints,
which were in yellow and white, sig

nifying the color motif in this room,
were Mrs. Leverett Futch, Mrs. Harry
Borland, Mrs. H. A. Waterman and
Misses Annie Davis and Anne Pope
Fagleton. Assisting these ladies was
pretty Martha Taylor.
After a pleasant social time spent
with the ladies in this room, the
guests were entertained and treated
to grapefruit punch by Mrs. E. L.
Carney, Mrs.' Charles Rheinauer, Mrs.
George MacKay and Mrs. L. M. Mur Murray.
ray. Murray. The 'punch table was extremely
admired. Around the handsome punch
bowl were banked sweet pear inter intermingled
mingled intermingled with asparagus fern. After
lingering here a few minutes the
guests departed, having spent a pleas pleasant
ant pleasant hour.

SUGAR SATURDAY. AND MONDAY

14 pounds of sugar for one dollar,
with a dollar's worth t of other groc groceries
eries groceries for cash, Saturday and Monday
only. Phone 377.
- dly-3t-t H. B. WHITTINGTON.

Valentine score cards. THE SPE

covered with an exquisite Irish lace CIA LTY SHOP, A. E. Gerig. 2-tf

SHADY I
Shady, Feb. 2. We had noticed a
relieved, happy expression on the
faces of our neighbors lately. They
had not been "cracking a smile" in a
listless, joyless way, but genuine
smiles had greeted us for a couple of
weeks past. We wondered until a let letter
ter letter from South Georgia was received

a few day3 ago and will you believe
it, the "blue devils" have left out
here and we are told they are up to
their old tricks in Georgia. The ad advice
vice advice we gave our Georgia .friend was
received and acted upon at once, that
is, to subscribe for the Ocala Star and
now that it is to shine in their home
for two years we believe the "blues"
will move on. We are told by good
men to "look up" and not to be cast
down, so dear new subscribers look
forward to the coming of the Weekly

Star and be comforted. When you get

clothed and in your right minds come
to Marion county (Shady in particu particular)
lar) particular) and you will never have a long longstanding
standing longstanding case of the blues. Thank
you.
Mr. and Mrs. Arch Cuthil and Mr.
pnd Mrs. Collin Cuthil came over
.from Martel last week and visited Mr.
and Mrs. F. G. Buhl. Mr. and Mrs.
Collin Cuthil are, here from Boston,
visiting relatives and friends.
Miss Mamie Hall, who has been in
Jacksonville recently, was the guest
of the Buhl families last Thursday.
Miss Hall was the faithful friend of
Mrs. Muzzy, whose death occurred at

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staged in Marion County comes to a close at seven
o'clock Saturday evening, February 12, 1920.
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All subscriptions must be turned in before seven o'clock, February 12th.
The clock in the Star office will be the official time by which the contest
closes.
No personal, certified or cashiers checks will be accepted in payment of
subscriptions, and no votes issued on any subscription not accompanied by
cash or currency.
The prizes will be awarded immeditely after the judges have rendered
their decission and the winners may take immediate possession.
All subscriptions must be placed in a sealed envelope with the cash and
then deposited in the sealed ballot box at the Star office by seven o'clock
Saturday evening.
Friends 01 All Candidates Invited To Be Present

Heitville some time ago, and will re-

tarn to her home at Plant City as soon
as she settles her affairs here.

Mr. and Mrs. Coggins and family
of Weirsdale were guests of Mr. and
Mrs. L. A. Jones Sunday.
The fifth Sunday meeting at Olivet
church was a most enjoyable occas occasion.
ion. occasion. The program was carried out
with but few changes. There were
doctrinal sermozus lectures on Sunday
school and B. Y. P. U. work, the duties
of deacons, etc Nothing was omitted
and we felt that each speaker had
perpared his discourse with study and
care. Large crowds 'attended both
days and at the noon hours visitors
and friends enjoyed a sociable, good
time together. We had never had the
privilege of mingling with quite so
many Baptists at one time, though
used to them in smaller doses for a
long time past. The ministers here
are good, earnest Christian men and

their efforts are beinjr crowned with

success. We are not used to four
sermons a day for two days at a time,

either, but culled a few thoughts from

each sermon to think on when we get
back to normal feelings after such a
feast of good sermons. One thing we
will mention about the. dinners both
days. There was a noticeable absence
of chicken not enough to feed two
healthy Methodist preachers. Do the
Baptist preachers like chicken as well

as others? We'd like to know. Some
of the visitors noted by us both days
were: Revs. R. F. Rogers, J. F. Gable,
Ocala; Rev. J. C. Boatwright and
family. Rev. N. B. Plummer, Mr. and
Mrs. Cowart, Anthony; Rev. D. E.
Blalock, Micanopy; Mr. and Mrs. S.
J. McCully and daughters. Fellow Fellowship;
ship; Fellowship; Rev. G. A. Padgett, Fort Mc McCoy;
Coy; McCoy; Mrs. Asa Redding. Mrs. W. R.

Fieer and Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Freer,
Charter Oak; Mr. Stanaland, Island

Grove; Rev. J. H. Martin, Oklawaha;
Mr. and Mr.s James Brown and fam family,
ily, family, Stanton; Mr. and Mrs. Coggins
and family, Weirsdale; Rev. George
Brant, Electra; Mr. and Mrs. Geo. W.

Scofield, Inverness; Mr. Foster Proc

tor and children, Pedro; Mr. A. J.

Stephens, Span. Belleview was rep represented,
resented, represented, a large portion of Calvary
friends, and needless to say, nearly all
cf Shady. The, weather was ideal,

sunny and just cool enough. There
was so much dinner both, days, .left
over, it was decided to serve supper at
the church, which was enjoyed by all

who remained. Much good was done,
we feel sure, and Olivet church hopes
to entertain another fifth Sunday
meeting some time in the not too dis distant
tant distant future.

Shady, Feb. 9. Mr. L. M. Murray

and Mr. McGuire of Ocala were Fri

day visitors here.

Mr. O. B. Howse of Ocala was a

business visitor here Monday.

Mr. and Mrs. Mack Williams'

friends are glad to see Mr.' Williams
at home from the hospital in Ocala
and to see him able to be about, and
hope he will soon regain his' wonted
health and strength.

The Coins school closed last Friday

after a six months' term of good

school work and agreeable relations

of patrons and teacher.

State Superintendent Sheats has

been "calling in" all teachers who

have not certificates and the Shady
school teacher came under the list, so

Friday she returned to her home in

Ocala. Miss Livingston took the
teacher's examination in South Caro-

m il a

una ana naa oeen veacning wim uh

certificate and we think Mr. Sheats

could have allowed her to finish the

school term here. The patrons are

sorry this has happened but the pow

ers that be have to be obeyed. Mr.

Mathis, who taught the Goins school,

came to the rescue of. Shady school.

so no time has been lost as he began

Monday morning.

Mrs. Martha Goin, who died at her

home on Orange avenue last Thurs

day, was buried at Blue Sink cemetery

Saturday. A long line of cars filled

with friends and neighbors of Mother

Goin followed the hearse to the cem

etery and tears of deepest regret at

her passing and in sympathy with her
loved ones were shed as the guneral
services were read by Dr. CoQins. The

grave was covered with '-. beautiful

Powers. A long and useful life has

closed here but we feel that her in-

f uence will be felt for years to come.
The sympathy of all friends here and
elsewhere is extended to the family.

Quite a nice congregation gathered

at the church Sunday afternoon to
hear Rev. C. W. White preach and
were disappointed when he did not
come.

The Junior B. Y. P. U, Mrs..! A.

Jones, superintendent, will meet at
6:30 Sunday evening.

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Spring Opening
FRIDAY AND SATURDAY
FEBRUARY 11 AND 12

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Removal 'Notice

THIS IS to inform my friends
and patrons that I have

moved my business from it's
old location to the north front
of M Jake's" store, where I will
continue to carry a full stock
of Jewelry sd Repair Gteis, and
will be pleased to welcome you
at any time.

J.Ghas.: Smith

" Ocala,

JEWELER

Florida

Marion Camn No. 56. U. C V- met

February 8th, 1921, with Commander

McGahagin presiding. Prayer by

Comrade W. E. Martin.

The following comrades answered to

roll call: Alfred Ayer, L, M. Graham,

L. D. Geiger. F. E. Harris, W. A.
Hammond, CoL John M. Martin. W.

E. Martin, W. E. McGahagin, B. IL
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H. B. Shaw, J. C. Trantham and J. D.
SmalL
Minutes of last meeting read and
adopted.
The war record of oar late Comrade
George Wells was brought up and
CoL Martin said that Mr. Matehett's
statement was correct, that Wells
carried Capt. Harrison off the field,
when he was shot through with a

Minnie ball, and that no one carried
Capt. Pearson off. that he watted to
the rear unaided and that he always
thought Capt. Pearson died from the
want of proper medical attention. CoL
Martin also gave an interesting ac account
count account of other battles in which many
of his men and other Confederate sol soldiers
diers soldiers were killed unnecessarily thru
blundering orders of higher officials.
- Alfred Ayer. Adjutant.



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31, also good line of men's and boys'

VALENTINES. "Naff said." THE work shoes. 1L A. Waterman, me

SPECIALTY SHOP. A. FL Gerie-. 2-tf Haberdasher. 10-3t

Mr. Neil McKinnon of Williston was Mr. and Mrs. S. S. Savage Jr. and
business visitor in town this morn-1 Mr. T. J. Kemp left yesterday for a

. 1 1 m, r

ing. i easiness mp w Jacksonville. su.r. rt.

W. Thompson, who has been visiting

Valentines at the Book ShoD. 10-3t his daughters here, returned with

them.

Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Bettes of Lake

Weir were shoppers in town for the

day.

$9.00 and $9.50 hats going at $6X0.1

Nunnally's and Liggett's Candies

reduced to ONE DOLLAR the pound,
at Gene's Drug Store. tf

H. A. Waterman, The Haberdasher. 3t Miss Callie Gissendaner is in Tarn

pa, the guest of her sister, Mrs. Oscar

have merger. Miss Gissendaner will at-

white tend the Gasparilla coronation ball

and other gaities planned for the
week.

Messrs. Ray and Thompson

commenced work on Ocala's
way.

Mr. W. H. Eudaby of iHomosassa

was a well known visitor in the city

yesterday.

Some more new

BOOK SHOP.

books at

Mr. and Mrs. Howard Lee of East

lake were business visitors to the city

yesterday.

Dr. C E. Kiplinger, a former resi

dent of Ocala has again returned to
our city and will resume the practice

THE I of chiropractic. Dr. Kiplinger is a
10-3t graduate of the Palmer school and has

had twelve years of practice.

Arriving Daily at
MjHDEL'
New Shipments ol
SPRING HATS
including the newest x
shades and shapes in
SATIN HATS
DAT A VIA. CL0T3
SATIN STRAW DATS
BIRD'S NEST STRAWS
P01RET STRAUS
Come in and see, and if
we cau't save you money
don't buy.
M. FISHEL & SON

i.mttmit

UNCLASSIFIED

ADVERT1SE1ENTS

WANTED, LOST. FOUND. FOE

SALE. FOR RENT AND SIM SIMILAR
ILAR SIMILAR LOCAL NEEDS

Rates: Six lines, maxlmnm, eae tima,
25c; three times. 50c; six times. ."Sc.;

oath. 33. Payable ia advance.

JHERO-COLA WOODYARD We ara
prepared to furnish oak or pine
wood for either stove or fireplaea
on short notice. We deliver your
money's worth promptly. Give as a
trial order. Chero-Cola WoodyanL
phone 167. 25-lm

FOR

of

SALE We have a surplus

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.
Phone 112. 1-19-lm

Ml

W. K. Lane. M. D, physician and

surgeon, specialist eye. ear. bom and

throat. Office over 5 and 10 cent store.

Ocala, Fla. Adv. tf

Cabbage and lettuce plants for sale.

H. P. Bitting & Co. 9-tf

Dont fail to visit the Guarantee

A new lot of Powder Puffs just in Clothing & Shoe .Company. Every-

at Gerig's Drue Store. tf thine we sell is guaranteed. We're

fighting for QUALITY not prices, tf

Mrs. Nellie Liddon of Jacksonville

is a truest at the home of her sister. I Mr. J. M. lomiinson ox ayettevuie,

Mrs. H. A. Waterman. IN. C. arrived in Ocala yesterday aft

ernoon for a few days' visit at the

Candy for valentine gifts. THE home of Mr. and Mrs. Howard Wal

SPECIALTY SHOP. A. E. Gerig. 2-tf ters. v Mr. Tomlinson when a boy

made his home in the city for several

years and the many friends be made
them are giving him a cordial welcome.

Seafood, always to be had fresh at
l&y FISH Market. 9 Ft. King Ave. tf
Capt. and Mrs. S. R. Pyles were
among the Ocalans in Tampa attend attending
ing attending the South Florida Fair.

Does your auto light need brighten

ing up? If so have it re-nickeled by
us. Mirrors our specialty. Ocala

Nickel & Plating Works, Yonge block.

I 10-3t

Mr. W. T. Gary is the latest pur

chaser of a Studebaker tourine ear

from the Murphy Motor Company.

Valentines.

A: E. Gerig.

SPECIALTY

SHOP,

2-tf

Nux and Iron Tablets will tone up

the sytsem and give you strength,

Lotties of 100 at one dollar each at
Gerig's Drug Store. tf

Mrs. E. G. Peek and sister. Mrs. E.

C. Barker of Virginia are visitors in

St. Petersburg for a couple of days.

Don't fail to visit the Guarantee
Nothing & Shoe Company. Every Every-bing
bing Every-bing we sell is guaranteed. We're

.ghting for QUALITY not prices, tf

The Daughters of the Confederacy
will meet with Mrs. J. S. Engesser. at
!i8 West Adams street, tomorrow

afternoon at 3:30 o'clock.

Large stock of BLANK BOOKS up

to 24 columns at THE BOOK SHOP.

is

As a strengthening tonic there

nothing better than Nux and Iron
Tonic Tablets, $1 per bottle of 100

tablets at Gerig's Drug Store. Guar

antied or money back. tf

HEMS
Harlow
and

McDonald

EVANGELISTS

. 1

Christian Church

7:30 Every Night

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

FREE Garden plot and Dart at

house, to married couple with auto.
References exchanged. For particu particulars
lars particulars call at Maxine. Main St. 7-t

New Victor records at THE BOOK I jj I) DAWKINS

SHOP. 10-3tl

10-3t

Where a deli rate organ

jf like the eye is concerned

-jtW tne rest jwssiuie

Consult ...
i DR. K. J. WEIHE,
Optometrist and Optician
Eyesight Specialist

L. ALEXANDER
PRACTICAL CARPENTER AND
BUILDER
Careinl estimates made on all cow-

tract Moik. Gives more and batter
work fcr the money than any other

contractor in the city.

ALL KINDS OF
FRESH MEATS, FISI1
and OYSTERS
EVERY A
TUESDAY and FRIDAY
Phone 519 V
111 W. Broadway

OUR LOCATION
Only a few blocks from -.
Union Depot. Glad to
see you at any time.
We sell

:ih::ji: :i:rii

Geo. MacKay S Co.

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

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 carts in

good condition. Apply to W. J. Wil Wilson
son Wilson Co, 22 Holder block, Ocala. 86

FOR SALE 50-apre farm, four room

house, 100 orange trees, 10 peach
trees, wire fence. If taken this
week, $750 cash. Box 93, city. 8-t

IOST Pair of child's horn rimmed

glasses, Friday afternoon near pri primary
mary primary school. Finder leiVe at the
Star office or phone 506. 8-St

GOOD HOME For seed or middle-

aged lady. Board and clothes free
for company. Apply 301 Fourth
street or write Mrs. Fannie Col Col-son.
son. Col-son. 8-8t

FOR RENT Several Urge and com

fortably furnished rooms. Phone
379 or call at 504 Oklawaha ave avenue.
nue. avenue. 9-t

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 18c a quart
or six "tickets for $1. If taken dairy,
three quarts or more, 15c. quart.
Apply to E. G. Houston, block east
of W. D. Carn's place. 9-lt

Larro Cow Feed $&vE

FOR SALE Six Jersey heifers with
first calves. Ocala Heights Dairy,
J. E.' Godwin. 9-It

FOR RENT Comfortable front room
for single person or couple with
board can be obtained by phoning
306. Mrs. Frank Broderkk, North
Sanchez St. 8-3t

and all other kinds of Feed,
Hay, prain and Provisions.
If you are now buying from
us tell your friends.

Dancsc Feed & Grocery m

Company
63S IV. Forsyth Street
JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA

$ LET US BUILD

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

A

FOR SALE 6-room cottage in good
locality, seven blocks south of Ocala

courthouse; large 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
Jacksonville, Fla. -8t

AT HAS ARRIVED

Florida

Our new Soda Foun Fountain
tain Fountain is now in opera operation.
tion. operation. Don't fail to come and
get your drinks here.
Our drinks are con consistent
sistent consistent in QUALITY
with our Ice Cream.

CYLINDER REB0RL'G
MACHINE
For All Cars
SFFICIENT WORKMEN,
PROMPT SERVICE

REASONABLE CHARGES

GEO. J. WILLIAMS
Formerly Carroll Motor Company
Garage, Osceola St.

I Phone 597 Mnbt40S

WHUAM A. TINSF.IAN

CONTRACTOR
Estimates Given Free
T1 rue s t T?1

WE 'VOGUE:

NEEDDAM MOTOR CO.

General Aclo Repairing

and Storage
Gasoline, Oils and Grease

Agents for

JCRIPPS-BOOTH SIX

j Oklawaha Ave. &jDrange St

rnonezsz

DIAMOND -A little beauty, one-

third karat.. Would sacrifice at $S5.
Write P. O. Box 272.' I will call
and show you. 10-3t

FOR SALE Two splendid Jersey C

cows. Write L. K. Edwards, Irvine,"
Fla. 10-t

Meet me at the American Cafe,

Union Station, Ocala. for a regular

dinner family style. Best dinner ia

the state for 75c Eat and drink all
you want. Time for dinner 11 a. m. to

2:30 p. m. Owned and operated by
Americans. tf

Phone 580 or 558

VOLLAND'S VALENTINES AT

'THE BOOK SHOP. 10-St

HAD SCHEDULES
ArriTsl and departure of passenger

tra-na at OCALA UNION STATION.

The following schedule figures pub

lished as information airt not guar
anteed.

(EaRtern Standard Time)
SEABOARD A IB LINE KAILROAD
Lea Arrira
:15 am Jacksonrille-NTork 2:10 am
:55 pm Jackson-rills 1:34 am
:17 pm Jaeksonrille 4:15 pa
Tampa-
2:15 am Manatee- 4:05 pm
St. Petersburg
:15 am Tampa 2:10 am
2:15 am Manatee- 4:17 pm
:05 pm Tampa-St. Petrsbrg 4:17 pm
ATLANTIC COAST LINE S. B.
Lesfe Arrrre
2:12 pm JacksonTille-NTork 2:48 am
1:45 nm Jksanrille-Gainsville 3:35 cm

.-Jft-4?sm JkaoarillenesTilla 10:13 pa

2:4 am SLPetsbrg-Lakeland 2:12 am
35 pm St-Petsbrg-Lakeland 1:25 pm
7:10 am DunnelIon-Wikoz
7:22 am Dunellon-Lkeland 11:03 am
3:25 pm Homosas&i 1:20 pm

10:13pm Leesburg 6:42:
4:45 pm Gainesville 11:50;

"Monday, Wednesday, Friday.
Tnasdar. ThorsiUy. Satardaf

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