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The Ocala evening star
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Ocala Evening Star
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Evening star
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Began in 1895; ceased in 1943.
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GALA

EVEN

STAK

WEATHER FORECAST
Generally fair tonight
and Friday, except prob probably
ably probably rain north portion;
cooler Friday.
TEMPERATURE
This morning:, 43.
This afternoon, 78.
VOL.27
OGALA, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 17. 1921
SO. 40

AS OGALA LOOKS
TO A UEWCflMER

1 1mpressions of a Northern Visitor
Cover a Variety of Topics, Inelud Inelud-'
' Inelud-' ing Cows and Cabbage
Palmettoes
. (Written for the Ocala Star)
Although we had, in the course of
our six decades of yearsexpended a
goodly portion of oar time and sub substance
stance substance in travel, following the well
trodden paths of tourist routes in Eu Europe,
rope, Europe, in the tropical lands of the
western hemisphere and over the
northern, eastern and western sections
of the United States, to say nothing
of a traversal of the Dominion of
Canada, from the Maritime Provinces
to British Columbia, our peregrina peregrinations
tions peregrinations had not until now led .us into
that division of osr own country
which is so frequently referred to as
lyfng south of Mason and Dixon's line,
and our first impressions of this to
us terra incognita have been obtain obtained
ed obtained in the delightful little city of Ocala.
True, the vessel that bore us hither hither-ward
ward hither-ward permitted us a glimpse of
Charleston merely a' glimpse while
our stay of a few days in a hotel in
the heart of Florida's metropolis dis disclosed,
closed, disclosed, so far as externals went, noth nothing
ing nothing that was not already familiar to
eyes wearied years ago with the glare
vof the lights that emblazon the region
surrounding the intersection of Broad Broadway
way Broadway and Forty-second street in the
Big Town up north. So we turn to
consider Ocala.
We have been here barely a week,
but at this writing we feel and this
is a statement of simple truth that
we should be quite content, did cir circumstances
cumstances circumstances permit, to spend the re remainder
mainder remainder of our days here, so agreeable
have eenpurxperiejnces.
A trite jest is that about the re reputed
puted reputed practice of New York marine
reporters who ask distinguished visi visitors
tors visitors from abroad, "What do you think
of America?" before the d. v.'s have
set foot ashore. While we lay no claim
to distinction and our opportunities
for observation have been limited
during our sojourn, we have been ask-,
ed by a dozen or more of our new
friends what we think of Ocala, and
we can say truthfully that we like it.
If we didn't we think we have sense
enough to keep our mouth shut. 'Its
most striking characteristics, as they
have presented themselves to us, are
courtesy, cordiality, climate and clean cleanliness.
liness. cleanliness. To these c's we might add a
fifth cows. But that is another
story..
From the moment we set foot on
the station platform it happened
that we were not compelled to alight
at the water tank, as we had been led
to expect we were made to feel at
home. Since -then invitations to go
here, there and elsewhere have poured
in on us. and we hope to be able to
accept aU of them. Strolling about
the streets we are greeted with friend friendly
ly friendly salutations on all sides, while even
the motorist gives an apologetic smile
' as his warning honk at the crossing
makes us accelerate our pace.
,
Climate? "What is so rare as a day
in June?" ecstatically 'sang the poet
of a northern clime. His June is mid
Florida's February. And then the
mocking birds!
If we were asked what local feat
ure, aside from the public buildings
and the commodious and alluring
marts of trade, most attracted our at
tention, we should say, "The snappy
and scrappy editorials in the Star.
But there are other things that, we
find, enliven existence here. David
Copperfield was no more startled at
his Aunt Betsy Trotwood's warning
cry to her handmaid of "Janet, don
keys!" as a signal to assist her in
driving asinine trespassers from her
lawn than were we when on the eve-
nine oi our arrival we neard our
hostess shriek "Ginger, cows!" Forth Forthwith
with Forthwith the trusty Airedale, with a yelp
and a leap, was outdoors- and in pur pursuit
suit pursuit of a herd of scampering bovine
intruders that had entered the garden
with predaceous intent. The amateur
horticulturist, cultivating a bit of un un-fenced
fenced un-fenced land in the suburbs, we have
ascertained, has to contend with more
formidable and destructive enemies
than bugs, drought and vagrant fowl.
Some years ago, while in Boston,
gazing at the Bunker Hill monument,
that memorial of the most famous of

GOnUITTEE DETERLIIIIES 10 RAISE
A IEI1 THOUSAND DOLLAR BUDGET
FOR fJARIOtl CO. BOARD OE TRADE
AT AN ENTHUSIASTIC MEETING HELD LAST NIGHT IT WAS DE DECIDED
CIDED DECIDED THAT A DRIVE WOULD BE STARTED NEXT TUES TUESDAY
DAY TUESDAY MORNING AND THE OBJECTIVE ATTAINED

Ten thousand dollars for Ocala and
Marion county!
The city and county have struck a
stride and the pace must be kept.
There is activity throughout the coun county
ty county and this is no time to clamp down
the brakes. This is the belief and the
determination of the membership com committee
mittee committee of the Marion County Board
of Trade, just appointed by President
Eush II. Todd, and which met last
night to decide on a plan for financing
the organization for 1921. Believing
that men and not natural resources
'make communities, and that, there
fore, men plus the great natural ad advantages
vantages advantages of Ocala' and Marion county
can do even greater things, the mem membership
bership membership committee is determined that
they shall go over the top in, a drive
for not less than $10,000.
The drive will start next Tuesday
morning at 9 o'clock. The $10,000 will
be' raised to cover all of the activities
of the Board of Trade for the year, so
that there will be no further drives
made by the organization during the
year. A budget will be prepared and
stuck to. As soon as the committee
the earlier battles of the revolutionary
war, we encountered a man who, after
expressing his amazement at our
statement that we had just descended
from a climb to its top, astonished us,
in turn,, when he vouchsafed the in
formation that although he was born
and had always lived in a house within
a few steps of the historic structure
he had never entered it. Again, in
Paris, we met an individual who had
resided for years in the shadow of the
Hotel des Invalides, yet had never vis
ited the tomb of Napoleon, which ad adjoins
joins adjoins it. i We ourself confess with hu humility
mility humility that we have yet to set foot on
the island in New York harbor from
which the gigantic Statue of Liberty
lears its head, although .for a matter
of ten years we passed it twice daily
on a ferryboat. (
In this class we are inclined to
place a resident of Ocala who has lived
here a year or more, but has not been
to Silver Springs until the desire to
show us around caused him to motor
to the resort and view its sub-aqueous
wonders. Do we need to say that he,
like- ourself, was .enchanted? Well
say we don't.
:: :
As we gazed through the glass
panel in the boat's bottom the melli mellifluous
fluous mellifluous voiced guide informed us that
the flowi of water in the spring
amounted to "th'ee hun'ed an' sixty sixty-tight
tight sixty-tight thousan' nine hun'ed and thirteen
gallons a minute." This seemed stu
pendous, and we were disposed to
question the accuracy of the state
ment, but were deterred by the appre apprehension
hension apprehension that he might challenge us to
measure it ourself. if we doubted his
word. Besides, the) only vessel in
sight that could have been used for
the purpose was a large tin can that
lay in the water thirty feet below, and
this, manifestly, comld be drawn to the
surface only with much difficulty.
,
One reason for writing the forego foregoing
ing foregoing paragraph is to draw attention to
the carelessness, if not downright van
dalism, of sightseers who toss rub rubbish
bish rubbish into the water and thus mar the
beauty of this wonderful piece of na nature's
ture's nature's handiwork. If there is no pen penalty
alty penalty for such wantonness, one ought
to be provided and imposed.
Asking the name of a majestic tree
that attracted our attention, we were
informed that it was "just an ordinary
cabbage palmetto." Somewhat shock
ed that the' designation of the lowly
garden vegetable should be coupled
with that of so stately a plant, we
were informed that a really and truly
edible cabbage grew in the huge
sphere of foliage that surmounted the
tall and smooth trunk. We expressed
the belief that this explanation be belonged
longed belonged in the category of tales such
as that of the pot of gold at the rain rainbow's
bow's rainbow's end or the one that Bergdoll
buried in the mountains of Maryland,
and should be classed with the method
of catching a bird by putting salt on
its tail, but we were assured, that the
cabbage was there and might be ob

completes its work a meeting of the
Board of Trade will be held and" a pro program
gram program for the year adopted. I S
The Marion County Board of Trade
is the only commercial organization in
this county. It is the only agency in
the county devoting all of its time to
the development of Ocala and Marion
county. The outside world looks to
the commercial organization as the
medium for getting in contact with
the community. The business of the
trade body is the business of no other
organization, nor of any individual.
President Todd personally saw each
member of the membership committee,
and asked each to serve. The commit committee
tee committee which met last night is an en enthusiastic
thusiastic enthusiastic one, very much alive to the
needs of the community. They are de determined
termined determined to see Ocala and Marion
county move forward. The members
of the committee are: N. R. Dehon,
chairman; W. T. Gary,' L. T. Izlai-,
Robert Mac Kay, H. D. Stokes, L. H.
Pillans, C. C. Balkcom, Harvey Clark,
John H. Taylor. A. C. Cobb, H. A.
Davies, F. W. Cook, Mack Taylor, J.
B. Christie, C. G. Rose and T. D. Lan Lancaster
caster Lancaster Jr. f

tained by climbing to the top or cut cutting
ting cutting down the tree. So far as we, are
concerned, the palmetto cabbage need
not worry for its safety.
Last Sunday on the way to Lake
Weir ,we noticed a group of men jjar jjar-rounding
rounding jjar-rounding a trefc at the edge of the
road. Denuded of its. leaves; it stood
gray and bare. Its trunk had been
newly blazed. The, gaze of some of
the men was directed at a broken limb
that protruded horizontally ten feet
above" the ground. One man was dig-
ging wjth a jacknife into the bark. A
moment later he extracted a flattened
chunk of lead. "Souvenir f we in-
ouired. "Yep," he answered.
We had been told that at this spot
just a few hours previously a beast in
the form of a man had expiated, un under
der under the decree of an unwritten law,
an unnamable crime( against an aged
and helpless woman.
To us the brief dialogue quoted
above closed the incident, yet when
we returned to our abiding place we
recalled a passage from a book bear bearing
ing bearing the title "Roaming iThrough the
West Indies," with which we had be be-guilded
guilded be-guilded the hours on the three-day
steamship voyage. Its author, Harry
C. Franch, a northerner evidently,
like ourself, a stranger in Dixie in
tracing his progress through the
southern states on his way to the
Caribbean, has this to say in the first
chapter:
"On a certain burning question even
the most open-minded sons of the
South were of the prevailing opinion.
J 'Whatever the North may think,'
said one of this class, 'we are forced
tc hold the fear of lynching constantly
over the negro. In the North you are
having far more trouble, with them
than we. And why? Because you de depend
pend depend on the authorities to curb them.
Down here a serious crime by a negro
is the general, immediate business of
every man with a white skin. We
cannot have our wives or daughters
appearing on the public witness stand
to testify against an attacking negro.
The surest, fairest, most effective and
least expensive means of dealing with
a black scoundrel is to hang him at
once from the nearest limb and go
home and forget it.
"'It seems to be the prevailing no notion
tion notion in the North that we are more apt
than not to get the wrong man. This
does not happen in one case out of a
hundred. Our police and our deputy
sheriffs know the whole history, the
habits, character and hiding place of
every nigger in their districts. When
one of the bad ones commits a serious
crime, they know exactly wnere to
look for- him, and the citizens who go
with them take a rope along. Without
lynching we would live in mortal ter
ror day and night. As it is, we have
far less trouble with the negroes than
you do in the North, and the vast ma
jority of them get along better with
us than they do with you."
A. V. Isitor.

ASK IB Full
E1UAC10

Chairman Fordaey on His Way to
Speak for In mediate OvernaaL
ing cf the Tariff
(Associated Press)
Washington, Feb. 17 Chairman
Fordney of the House ways and means
committee, left today for St. Augus Augustine
tine Augustine to seek Harding's approval of
the plan to put through at the extra
session of the new- Congress this
spring a second emergency tariff to
provide protection for all products of
American industry.
ITS TOO EARLY
Reorganization of the democratic
party machinery preparatory to the
congressional campaign of 1822 and
the presidential campaign of .1924, is
the topic set for discussion at a meet meeting
ing meeting here today between Chairman
George White of the national commit committee
tee committee and members of the executive com committee
mittee committee recently appointed.
REGULATE THEIR OWN RATES
Twenty states will join Wisconsin
in challenging before the supreme
court Februrary 28th of. the right of
the .Interstate Commerce Commission
to regulate railroad rates under the
transportation act, it was announced
here today, after a two days confer conference
ence conference of attorney generals from twelve
states.
BANKS WILL BE CLOSED
WASHED GTONS BIRTHDAY
Tuesday, February the 22nd, the
anniversary of Washington's birthday,
the undersigned banks will be closed.
Munroe & Chambliss National.
The Commercial Bank.
Ocala National Bank. 18-2t
TRAVELING MEN GOING v
" AFTER MINE HOST
Omaha, Neb.. Feb. 17. Letters
have been sent to tht 600,000 commer commercial
cial commercial travelers urging them to institute
a 30-day strike against hotels .that
charge what the organization terms
exorbitant prices for room and food.
"Jesse James was a piker in his
palmiest days when compared with
the prices some hotels are asking,"
says the letter.
The letters have been sent out by
the hotel committee of the Interna
tional Federation of Commercial
Travelers organizations and says in
part:
"Traveling men all over the country
have reached the conclusion that the
prices charged by hotels for rooms
and meals have reached the peak. The
traveling fraternity has the same
weapon with which to wags warfars
upon the hotel proprietors and hotel
corporations that the general public
used in refusing to purchase wearing
apparel and shoes, at prices which
they thought unreasonable and out of
proportion. Therefore, the hotel com
mittee of the International Federation
of Commercial Travelers Organiza Organizations
tions Organizations urges the recipient of this letter
to refuse to patronize such hotels as
are charging or asking exorbitant
prices for rooms and food. This let
ter is being sent out to 600,000 trav traveling
eling traveling men and each and every man
must do his part for only in unison
is there strength ,and only by the
concentrated efforts of the army of
six hundred thousand of your craft
can it be expects to get results.
- "A thirty days 'strike along the
line herein suggested will cause the
hotels to soon offer more favorable
terms and inducements, wnen you
step up to a hotel register and you
are told the price of a room, if you be believe
lieve believe it is exorbitant after taking into
consideration the service offered and
the investment of the hotel, do not
hesitate to say so and walk out. This
must also be done in restaurants.
"Traveling men from different
parts of the country have sent the ho hotel
tel hotel committee copies of menu cards of
leading hotels and by scanning the
prices published thereon it makes one
think that Jesse James was a piker
in his palmiest days when compared
with the prices some hotels are asking
for accommodations. You cannot
bring down these prices by submit submitting
ting submitting to them and then go out and kick.
Your complaint must be made to the
1 otel proprietor and he must be given
to understand that yon and the mem
hers of your craft intend to refuse to
pay them."' ;
Try a box of the new pack Norris
candies. General Assortment' en
"Trophy" at the Court Pharmacy. St

DMESIIIP III
Ell THE DOSS

Says Admiral Von Tlrpitx, Who, How.
ever. Made a Few Mistakes Dar Daring
ing Daring the Last Conflict
(Assoc tsted Press)
St. JBlasien, Baden, Feb. 17. Bat
tleships won the world war and will
win future wars in the opinion of Ad
miral Von Tirpitz. The admiral re
affirmed his faith in the above water
craft during an interview and declar
ed the submarine owing to the pecu peculiarities
liarities peculiarities of war was given greater im importance
portance importance than warranted by the facts.
EMIGRATION HELD UP
Triest, Feb. 17. Emigration from
central Europe to the United States
has been' suspended and the eastern
frontiers of Italy have been closed
pending clearing up of the sanitary
situation here.
NOTICE OF APPLICATION
TO THE LEGISLATURE
Of a Bill to Appoint a Highway Com-
mission for Marion County
Notice is hereby given that in com compliance
pliance compliance with Article III-, Section 21
of the constitution of the state of
Florida, application will be made to
the next session of the legislature to
pass a special law providing for the
appointment by the governor of Flor Florida
ida Florida of a public highway commissioner
for Marion county, who shall be a man
of approved ability as a civil engineer
with experience in public road build building,
ing, building, said commissioner to be paid for
his services 'out of the public road
fund of said Marion county.
MAY TAKE AN ARMY
TO GUARD THE MAIL
Hundreds of Thousands Stolen in
. : Raid on Toledo Post Post-See
See Post-See (Associated Press)
Toledo, O Feb. 17 Sheriff Taylor
and a posse have surrounded several
places at Point Place, six miles north
of here, in search of five armed ban
dits, who early today held up three
clerks in the, main postoffice and es
caped with six sacks of registered
mail. The postmaster is unable to
say what the loss involves.
MAYBE HALF A MILLION
Postal employes admitted the loss
may total half a million. The police
claim the loss in currency alone may
be between three and four hundred
thousand.
LYNCHING Ui GEORGIA
(Associated Press)
Athens, Ga, Feb. 17. State and
county authorities today began an in investigation
vestigation investigation of the lynching last night
of John Eberhardta negro, suspected
of the murder of Mrs. Walter Lee, a
white woman. The negro was taken
from the Garke county jail here and
burned at a stake near the scene of
the alleged crime in Oconee .county,
several miles away.
..
SUBSCRIPTION DANCE
There will be a subscription dance
tomorrow night at the Woman's Club.
Davis' orchestra will furnish the
music, 8:30 o'clock: 17-2t
SUGAR SATURDAY AND MONDAY
12 pounds of sugar for one dollar,
with dollar's worth of other groc
eries for cash, Saturday and Monday
only. Phone 377.
dly-3t-tf H. B. WHTTnNGTON.
NOTICE
Mr. G. B. Overton is now our
funeral director and embalmer. Night
shone 615, day phone 47.
25-tf George Mac Kay & Company.
ODD FELLOWS
Tulula Lodjre No. 22, I. O. O. F,
meets every Tuesday evening at the
Odd Fellows hall at the corner of
Fort King Ave. and Osceola street. A
. 1 J.J 4.-
warm welcome always extenaea to
i siting brothers.
T. C Carter. N. G.
IL R. Luff man. Secretary.
MARION-DUNN MASONIC LODGE
' Marion-Dunn Lodge No. 19. P.4A.
M meets on the first and third
fhursday evenings- of each month at
7:30 o'clock until further notice.
J. B. Dey, W. M.
B. LJ Adams, Secretary.

HUG COINED
Begins to Look Like we are Going to
Have a Polkian for Attorney
General

(AssoebUM Press)
St. Augustine, Feb. 17 Problems of
various kinds to be solved before the
inauguration were talked over today
by Harding and Harry Daugherty of
Ohio, who managed his campaign for
the presidency last spring and who it
is expected will be attorney general m
the new cabinet. The final make-up
of the cabinet itself occupied first
place in their consultations.
The only cabinet posts not yet vir virtually
tually virtually assigned are "the nan. com-
mrece "and labor.
CARUSO IS IN A
CRITICAL CONDITION
Singer has Rallied but is Yet Very
Weak and Life Sustained Only
by Administering Oxygen
(Associate Press)
New York, Feb. 17. The condition
jof Caruso today continued unsatisfac
tory and critical, according to a state statement
ment statement issued by his physicians at 9:30
this morning. The statement said
the attending physicians could not ex express
press express an opinion one way or the other,
but the singer's condition was very
critical. Word reached local news newspaper
paper newspaper men that Caruso had rallied
from the second relapse early this
morning, but was again very weak.
Twelve tanks of oxygen were sent to
the sick room during the night.
THIS THE CRITICAL DAY
Caruso held his own during the
night, the physicians announced.
While not minimizing the gravity of
his illness, the physicians indicated if
he passed the crisis today he had a
fair chance of tecewey" The -sick man
slept some last night and his tem temperature
perature temperature was lower than at any time
since the serious heart attack Tues Tuesday
day Tuesday night.
BISHOP JONES
(Associated Press)
Philadelphia, Feb. 17 Bishop Wm.
A. Jones, of the Catholic diocese of
Porto Rico, died in a hospital here to
day after a four-months' illness. He
was 54 years old.
INCENDIARISM AT ENNIS
(Associated Press)
Ennis, Tex, Feb. 17-rSix thousand
bales of cotton were burned here to today
day today and the loss is estimated at $400 $400-C00.
C00. $400-C00. The police believe the fire was
incendiary. Four warehouses were
destroyed.
A RECESS ASKED FOR
(Associated Press)
Chicaeo. Feb. 17. A recess of one
month in the hearing before the rail railroad
road railroad labor board on the application of
the railroads for abrogation of the
national agreements was asked today
by the employes, who said they need
ed until March 14th to prepare re rebuttal
buttal rebuttal testimony.
BANDITS MURDER PEACEABLE
MEN IN JACKSONVILLE
Jacksonville, Feb. 17 George Al
exander Goodrich fifty-seven, contrac contractor
tor contractor of Atlanta, Ga., was shot to death
here last night, and Walter H. Bur
den, sixty, wealthy retired business
man of Toledo, N. Y was mortally
wounded by two masked men who at
tempted to rob them as they sat
around a card table in the parlor of
a small family hoteL Burden died in
a few hours.
OCALA LODGE No. 286. B. P. O. EL
Ocala Lodee No. 286. Benevolent
and Protective Order of Elks, meets
the second and fourth Tuesday eve-
pings of each month. Visiting breth
ren alwavs welcome. Lodze rooms
upstairs over Troxler's and the Book
f&op, 113 Mam street.
C Y. Miller. E. SL
KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS
Ocala Lodge No. 19. Conventions
held every Monday evening at 7:20
o'clock at the castle halL over the G G-C
C G-C Greene Co. drugstore. A cordM
velcome to visiting brothers.
Tom Proctor, C C
Chas. K. Sage, K. of R. S.
Advertise la the Etax.



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sentatives representatives has killed a bill which
would allow women registering to vote
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Senator Reed of Missouri in the
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emergency tariff bill. Censure from
Jim Reed is a compliment to a dem
ocrat.
.Silver Springs advertises that all
one needs to complete enjoyment
there is a bathing suit. That will be
, a trifling little thing to some of the
.; ladies. Orlando Reporter-Star.
Naughty old man!
We respectfully beg leave to inform
the ladies that now they have descend
ed to the level ,of man it is part of
their civic duties to attend lynthings
It is not-fair for them to hang back
and let the men do all the work, and
then come along later and view the
remains.
It3 a pity the politeness drive start started
ed started by some of the state papers has
, been permitted to languish. Lake Lakeland
land Lakeland Telegram.
When did they start said drive,
-Karry, and what for? Florida news
papers are as polite as any we ever
saw, and much more so than many.
The House, foreign affairs commit committee
tee committee has refused a request of Repre Representative
sentative Representative Burke, republican, of Penn Pennsylvania,
sylvania, Pennsylvania, for, a public hearing on his
resolution to recognize Ireland as a
republic. There is no probability,
.members of tne committee said, that
t
the measure will be reported to the
House at this session. Burke must
have a bunch of the Sinn Fein in his
district. :
In Bryan county. Ga., the other day,
a negro assaulted a 15-year-old color color-?
? color-? ed girl. The entire neighborhood,
white and black, turned out and soon
captured the rapist, whereupon the
white people turned him over-to the
colored and went home. The colored
.folks at first started to lynch the
criminal, but finally took him to the
county seat and turned him over to the
officers.
i The following story from a corres
pondent appears in the decidedly re republican
publican republican New York Tribune: "Apro-
, pos of the comments of Tribune cor corresponds
responds corresponds on the question of the rep reparations
arations reparations and the loud squeal from the
;. defeated Germans because of the bill
which the Allies have agreed to en
force, permit me to relate an incident
which occurred in a Wisconsin city a
short time ago. A group of pro-Ger-man
pacifists were bewailing the
wickedness of the blockade and the
consequent starvation of the old peo-
, pie and the children, when an old Ken Ken-.tucky
.tucky Ken-.tucky colonel, who had listened for
some time in silence to their whining,
r, gave expression to these words: What
. ails the Germans is that they are yel-
... low! We Southerners fought the North
for four years. They never defeated
us in a pitched battle, but their block-
. ade of our ports was our ruin. We
could not sell a pound of cotton; we
could not buy a barrel of flour nor an
-: ounce of military supplies. We ate
parched corn; we dressed in rags; but,
- damn it, we never squealed!'"

Star ads. bring in shekels.

OCALA DOES NOT
ROB THE AUTOIST

Mr. B; Hahn, who returned several
days ago from a tour through the
southern part of the state, says that
he had occasion to have repairs made 1
to his auto in a nearby city garage,
end the prices charged him for serv service
ice service were outrageously high. He show showed
ed showed the Star reporter a bill received for
these repairs, whkh was as follows:
"Making two ring dowels." removine
and replacing two tires, removing and M

replacing two wheels, tightening gen-1 occasion. f One big table with plates
erator chain, straightening top, it-SO-HM1 for twenty extended down the

This charge. Mr. Hahn chaims. ia 1

exorbitant, and says that everything 1 he gardens in town were used in an
done to his car should have been acabunJance for decoration along with

complished by an ordinary mechanic
for- foe. tkan half -a.-h ha rxaiA fnr-l
the work. Mr. Hahn does not think I
these high charges were "justifiable. I
and he believes they were inade sim-
ply because he was a stranger in the
community and therefore more or
Iess at the mercy of those making I
them. I
ANTHONY
Fielding of Gainesville spent aSturday
with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. N.
Fielding.
Mrs. B. K. Padgett was a visitor in
Tampa a few days last week.

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with her parents
week.
in Anthony this
Mrs. George Pasteur Jr. and little
son returned home Sunday alter a
pleasant visit to Mrs. Pasteur's sister,
Mrs. Herbert Wilder of Brandon.
A large crowd enjoyed a social giv
en tt-tr tho MafYiniliof finTiiQv e1w1 a 4-
the home of Mr. and Mrs. C. V. Swain
Friday. night.
. Miss Maggie Bell Perry of Willis
ton is the guest of Miss Aline Padgett
this week.
There will be services at the Meth Methodist
odist Methodist church Thursday night, Friday
night, Saturday night and Sunday.
Everyone cordially invited" to attend.
m Vi n xT tr Trl
Mr. and Mrs. O. F. Keeney and lit-1
tie son, Walter, Mr. and Mrs. A. C.
Edwards and baby and Mrs. A., E.
Walter, who came to Florida for the
winter, left Tuesday for their homes
in Indiana,
The Florida Amusement company's
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The stock from the Anthony Farms
won some of the best prizes at the
fampa fair. Also at the Jacksonville
fair. The entire community has a
right to feel proud of this fine stock
Misses Esther Eirwin and Pearl
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w. J. i nomas, juee &naip ana x. u.
Eirwin Jr. of Ocala were visitors in
Anthony Sunday at the home of Mrs.
E. W. Boyd.
Mr. C. C. Priest Sr. attended the
fair in Tampa last week.
. BELLEVIEW
Belleview, Feb. 16 Melville Strick Strick-ling
ling Strick-ling of Georgia, is the new clerk at
Mr. C. A. Tremere's store. Mr. Tre Tre-mere
mere Tre-mere has recently returned from. the
north, where he purchased a nice new
stock of goods. I
Belleview was weU represented at
the Temple theater in Ocalal ast Wed Wednesday
nesday Wednesday night to see the play, VTurn
to the Right.".
Miss Eleanor Abshire entertained
the Philathea sewing -. circle at her
home Thursday, afternoon. Refresh Refreshments
ments Refreshments of punch, cake and candy were
served. ... V
Mr .and Mrs. Andrews of Mineolai
N. Y are with Miss McCoy, at the
home of Dr. B. A. Tanner.
Mr. John Ashworth has been quite
ill for the past week and his sister and
niece are caring, for him.
Dont forget that there will' be
preaching services at the Baptist
church next Sunday, Feb. 20th. Eve
rybody come. k .
, Mrs. J. E. Pelot and two little boys,
James and Frank, were guests of rela relatives
tives relatives at Candler Saturday and Sun-
The Rogers show gave a play en entitled,
titled, entitled, "The College Girl" at the town
hall Tuesday night. ; It was very good.
Mr. Clark Hull is visiting his wife
and little son at the home of Mr.
Louis Schmidt this week.
Dont miss the play and chicken
pattie supper and bazar at the Civic
League club house Thursday and Fri Friday
day Friday nights, Feb. 17 and 18.
Mrs. O. S. Shade and Mr. and Mrs.
Turner of Jacksonville are visitors at
the Lake View house.
The members of the Epworth
League wish to announce their pound
party, which they will give Saturday
night at their park. I Everyone is in invited
vited invited and do not forget to bring a
pound of eatables.
. Mr. R. L. Sumner was a business
caller in Tampa the first of the week.
The ladies of the Belleview. Metho-1
dist church, next Thursday night, the
24th, will give a bazaar and cafetaria
supper. It will be a good cause, lots
cf fun and everybody should attend
and help make it a success.
- Owing to the good work done by the
young people of the B. Y. P. XL, who

Miss Pauline Palmer of Trilby fAJT

took part in "The Beantown Choir,"
the ladies of the Baptist church called
a special meeting last Wednesday to
determine just what they could do to
entertain the choir in the most appro
priate, manner. .It didnt' take them

long; to decide, for the fvery next day
invitations were received by each one
taking part in the play, to come over
to the town hall Saturday evening,
Feb. 12th, and enjoy a banquet sup
per.
The big town hall was well arrang
artistically decorated for the
center of tne ball. Choice roses from
many greens and pot plants.
.Before supper was served all mem-
of choir gatherfd around the
tis? and sang all the "Beantown
lUioirV favorite songs. This brought
lck memories of the happy days just
fassed and when supper was an-
nonnced tne crowd was in high spirits
ana good win and fellowship reigned
supreme. "When the 'young folks had
gathered around the festive board,
Mr. W. R. Freer asked a well worded,
VI : 1 IV M.. -A-
PPejwas aU that
a banquet supper could be and as the
laaies served and saw that everyone
was fwell helped, they wore those con-
fident smiles and you could see them
a a .
1'inut tic uac icascu uiciu, uu
ihe young folks were pleased.
Mr. Ernest Nott spoke in behalf of
the Beantown Choir troupe, and ad-
nirabily covered the situation, by
saying "We appreciate being appre appreciated."
ciated." appreciated." The little play has been shown sue-
.
now the
Belleviewites are clamoring to see it
again. Never before in the history of
the town has an amateur show met
with such success, and it is especially
a hit with the bankers. A prominent
banker from New York came in just
a few days after the show had been
given and hearing all the town talk
about it said, "Why. IH buy $10 worth
. .. . J' ,J ...
ui bicucks u. uic jruuug XUI&B Will puii
it on again." And then one of Ocala's
well known bankers sent word,
"Please let me know the exact date
the Beantown Choir will be put om
for a second show." So it has been
decided that for the pleasure of those
I who missed it the first time, and also
I , .
for those who have seen it once and
are clamoring to see it again, that
tW weeka a definite
date will be arranged for the per performance.
formance. performance. Watch the ; blackboards
rirxtm 4-rkTPn onl oil nil f rf ni rfioo
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MOSS BLUFF
Moss Bluff, Feb. 16. A merry time
took place Monday night at the home
of Mr. and Mrs. W. C. White, when
the club girls invited some of their
special friends to a Valentine party.
Many games were enjoyed for several
hours on the lawn, after which all as assembled
sembled assembled in the house to get their val valentines.
entines. valentines. Misses Sophia Gregory,
Gladys Burry and Miss Miller read
the valentines and passed them
around. A luncheon in courses was
served, the following young people be being,
ing, being, present: Misses Mattie Marshall,
Agnes Marshall, Pearl Blair, Edna
Blair, Irene Martin, Ruby Hall, Dor Dorothy
othy Dorothy Brooks and Miss Miller, Messrs.
Irl Martin, Clyde Scott, Woodie
Young, Hugh Harrell, Bill Harrell,
Jeff Harrell of .Oklawaha, Mr. Frank
Pemble, Mr. and Mrs. Hill, Mr. and
Mrs. Connell and Chippy Theband of
Leesburg, Misses Sophia ; Gregory,
Vernice Martin, Janie Martin and
Lawton, Martin of Electra, Misses
Mabel Squires, Gladys Burry, Sallie
Morrison and Martha Fort, Mr. and
Mrs. M. O. Morrison, Mr. and Mrs.
Jchn Morrison, Mr. and Mrs. W. C.
White, Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Wheel Wheeler.
er. Wheeler. Mr. Ralph Wheeler. Mrs. Hattie
Morrison and two children 'and Mr.
Sidney Fort of Moss Bluff, Mr. and
Mrs. Hayes of Pennsylvania and Mrl
Gaither Taylor of Alabama. Of all
the parties that have taken place in
our community recently these young
folks say they know this one was the
best of alL
; Several from here attended the box
supper at Electra Saturday night.
Mr. and Mrs. Theband and two sons,
Messrs. Paul and Chippy Theband,
and Mrs. Cannel of Leesburg, were
guests of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Fort
Sunday.
NOTICE TO INC05IE TAXPAYERS
A deputy collector of internal reve revenue
nue revenue will be at Ocala on the following
days:
February 21, 22 and 23
for the purpose of assisting income
taxpayers of this county.
The deputy collector will be located
in the federal building. His services
will be free to income taxpayers, who
will only have to call upon the deputy
to secure such information and assist assistance
ance assistance as they may require.
James M. Cathcart,
Collector of Internal Revenue.

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25C I This coupon is worth 25c to you in purchasing a one dollar hot- 25C
tie of ARAPAHOE ( Indian) LAXATIVE TONIC. This together with 75c in cash
is good for a one dollar bottle at the drug stores whose name appears below.
. After taking according to printed directions and you do not think it worth the
price you paid for it, bring back the empty bottle and we will refund the 75c.
It will work bile from your system that is poison to your Liver and Kidneys. We will pay
$500.00 reward if it gripes or makes you sick. You can eat anything desired while taking it.
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If it is not convenient to purchase this medicine from your druggist, mail us 75 cents in
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NEEDHAM MOTOR CO. I
General Auto Repairing
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Gasoline, Oils and Grease
Agents for
SCRIPPS-BOOTH SIX
Oklawaha Ave. & Orange St
Phone 252
CYLINDER RECORING
MACHINE
For All Cars
2FFICTENT WORKMEN,
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REASONABLE CHARGES
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Formerly Carroll Motor Company
Garage, Osceola St.
Phone 597
Night 408
Why worry about the cook? You
can eat cheaper at Hunter's Cafeteria
than you can at home. Dont keep
the folks waiting for you. Get your
lunch down town. 12-6t

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A large number of good Automobiles
1 Hudson, 3 Buicks, 1 Dodge, etc.
Mechanical Guarantee
SATOKPAY AT 2 F. M.

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Arrival and departure of passentrer
ra:na at OCALA UNION STATION.
Ihe following schedule figures pub-
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1 antecd.
(Eastern Standard Time)
I SEABOARD Ant LINE RAILROAD
Leae Arrive
:15 am JacksonvUle-NTork 2:10 am
:55 pm Jacksonville 1:34 am
:17 pm Jacksonville 4:15 pm
Tampa-.
2:15 am Manatee- 4:05 pm
St. Petersburg
:15 am Tampa 2:10 am
2:15 am Manatee- 4:17 pro.
:05 pm Tampa-St. Petrsbrg 4:17 pm
ATLANTIC COAST LINE R. B.
Leave Atmt
2:12 pm Jacksonville-NTork 2:48 am
1:45 pm Jksonville-Gainsville 3:35 pm
6:42 am Jksonville-Gnesville 10:13 pm
2 AJ am SLPetsbrg-Lakeland 2:12 m
3:35 pm St.Petbr g-Lakeland 1:25 pm
7:10 am Dunnellon-Wilcox
7:25 am Dunellon-Lkeland 11:03 om
3:25 pm .' Homosassa 1:30 pro
10:13pm Leesburg 6:42 am
4:45 pm Gainesville ll:5Uam
'Monday, Wednesday, Friday.
Tuendav. Thorsdav. Satnrdav
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x Lard Compound, a lb. 14c
18 Snowdrift, 4 lb. bueliet 73c
14 Snowdrift, 8 lb. bucket $1.40
s Crisco- 1 1-2 lb. can 39c

urisco, 4 id. can 75c
Crisco, 6 lb. can Bl.45
Corn, No. 2 can, Maine State
Extra Quality 15c
Peas, No. 2 can, Early June
Extra Quality 20c

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The following from the Times Times-Union
Union Times-Union will be of interest tp Ocala peo people:'
ple:' people:'
Mrs. F. G. Bauknight
announces the engagement and
approaching marriage
of her daughter
Ruby Glenn
... to-
Mr. Robert R. Carroll, of Ocala
the wedding to take place Monday
afternoon, February twenty-first
- nineteen hundred and twenty-one
at three-thirty o'clock
Jacksonville, Florida.
The wedding will take place at the
home of the bride, 2014 Main street,
and will be attended only by relatives
and a few intimate friends of the

popular young couple.

The bride is a charming young
woman and has a wide circle of

friends, who will learn with interest
of her approaching marriage and will

extend best wishes.
Mr. Carroll is in the automobile

business in Ocala, and owns an inter interest
est interest in the Ocala Star. He also has a

host of friends, who will extend con

gratulations.

Following a wedding trip through

the state Mr.' Carroll and his bride
will return to Ocala to reside.

THE GOLF TOURNAMENT

MISCELLANEOUS SHOWER

Honoring her sister-in-law. Miss
Ruby Glenn Bauknight, whose mar marriage
riage marriage to Mr. Robert R. Carroll of
Ocala, will be an event of next Mon Monday,
day, Monday, Mrs. William Bauknight will en

tertain at a miscellaneous shower to

morrow evening from 7 to"9 o'clock.

at her home, 2014 Main street, Spring Springfield.
field. Springfield. The affair is one of several

parties being given in honor of Miss

Bauknight prior to her marriages-

Jacksonville Metropolis.

FRANCES WILLARD MEMORIAL

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The Christian Science Society
of Ocala, Florida
invites you and your friends to a
Free Lecture on Christian Science
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Member of the Board of Lectureship of the Mother Church
dhe First Church of Christ Scientist in Boston, Mass.
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Feb. 20, 1921,. 3 p. m. Tempje Theatre

Feb. 17th being the anniversary of

Miss Frances E. Willard's death, the
regular memorial services will be
held, this time in connection with the
united missionary services at, the
Presbyterian church tomorrow after afternoon,
noon, afternoon, as follows:
Song by the union.
Invocation by Rev. J. Gl Waggoner.
. life sketch of Miss Wiliard by Mrs.
C. W. White.
Tribune by Rev. W. F. Creson.
Vocal solo by Miss Ruth Collins.
"The Work of the Wiliard Memo Memorial"
rial" Memorial" Mrs. H. C. Packham.

SUNDAY SCHOOL RALLY

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Only a few blocks from

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.We "sell N.
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and all other kinds' of Feed,
Hay, Grain and Provisions.
If you are now buying from
us tell your friends.
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Company
635 W. Forsyth Street,
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PHONE 243

Do not forget the very important

Sunday school meeting at the Chris Christian
tian Christian church this evening at 7:45.

Mr. E. B. Quick of Atlanta, Ga., a

noted Sunday school specialist speaks.

All the officers, teachers and friends of
the Sunday schools of Ocala are cor cordially
dially cordially invited. Come.

J. G. Waggoner, Pastor.
UD. C NOTICE

There will be a called meeting of

the members of the U. D. C tonight
at 7:30 o'clock at the residence of

Mrs. R. B. Bullock to meet Mrs,

Frank Tracy, of Pensacola, state

president, who arrived in the city to today
day today for a short visit at the home of
Mrs. Bullock.

Nearly all of the golf enthusiasts of
the city responded to Mr. and Mrs.
Clarence Camp's invitation to be pres present
ent present yesterday afternoon at the Ocala
Country Club at three o'clock to par participate
ticipate participate in a mixed foursome. Besides
the contestants, a largo gallery .was
on hand for the match, some of the
spectators playing auction when all
the players were on the course.
A more perfect day could not have
been selected and this beautiful spot
was thronged with eager players for
the two dainty but. handsome silver

cups donated by Mr. and "Mrs Camp

w uic cuupie wumimng ue cesc score.
The golfers were matched for their

partners by each drawing' numbers

frcm a hat and the match terminated
hi Mr. Frank Harris Jr. and Mrs.

Clarence Camp winning the cups, but

Mrs. Camp immediately announced

that she would put her cup up for the

ladies at another tournament in the

near future.

During the afternoon annetizin re

freshments were served m the dining

room and in every manner this occas occasion
ion occasion was one of the very happiest and

merriest of the winter, and all who

participated, either as contestants or

spectators, are grateful to Mr. and

Mrs. Camp for the pleasure afforded

them yesterday afternoon.

The entries for this event, and the

scores of each couple, were as follows:

Mrs. C. H. Lloyd. J. M. Thomas, hi:

Mrs. Robert Hager, R. C Camp. 61;

Mrs. Clarence Camp, Frank Harris

Jr., 53: Miss Onie ChazaL Frank

Drake, 62; Mrs. R. C. Camp, Norton

Davis, 59; Mrs. R. S. Hall, R. S. Hall,

o; Miss oiowsDury, it. y. utt, be;
Mrs. Mason Cooke, Charles Woodrow,
C5; Mrs. ..Welsh Wheeler, Harvey

Clark, 87; Mrs. Frank Drake, T. D;

Lancaster, 57; .. Miss Nettie Camp,
Robert Hager. 61; Mrs. Leta Bennett,
Joe Borden. 69; Miss Winn Goedecke,

Robert Van Osten, 71; Miss Alice
Bullock, Carlisle Ixlar. 66; Miss Kitty

Vaughn. Robert Anderson Jr 70;

Mrs. R. L. Anderson Jr., Whit Palmer,

75.

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MOVING PICTURE PARTY

Mrs. L. N. Green entertained about
a dozen ladies yesterday .afternoon,
complimenting Mrs. James Hicks Hill

and Miss Eatherine Wilheit of Wash

ington, D. C a guest at the home of
Miss Eloise Henry. .-.
The ladies assembled at the Temple

theater to enjoy the picture program,

and from there motored, to Mrs.

Green's residence, where they, enjoyed
a social hour around three card tables
which were attractively decorated with
dainty covers and flowers. A two two-course
course two-course menu was served and the aft afternoon
ernoon afternoon was .spent most, ehjoyably.
Mrs. Green's home was decorated with
wild spring flowers, daffodils and violets.

The following were those, present:
Mrs. James Hicks Hill, Mrs. R. A.
Green, Mrs. Emily Green Mrs. E. T.
Helvenston, Mrs.. M. C Barker, Mrs.
E. G. Peek. Mrs. J. J. Gerig, Mrs.
Grider Perkins and Misses Mabel Mef-

fert, Mary McDowell. Katherine Wil

heit and Eloise Henry.

SUGAR SATURDAY AND MONDAY

MEMORIAL SERVICE

The Frances Wiliard memorial ser ser-ive
ive ser-ive will take place at the Presbyterian
church tomorrow (Friday) afternoon
at 4:15 o'clock.

BLITCHTON

Where a "delicate organ

O like the eye is concerned

the- best .nossfhle atten-

rs.E tion is advisable.
JYtf- Consult
DR. K. J. WEIHE,
Optometrist and Optician
Eyesight Specialist

Don't fail to .visit the Guarantee
Clothing St Shoe Company. Every

thing we sell is guaranteed. We're
fighting for QUALITY not prices, tf

Blitchton, Feb. 16. Misses Oda and
Lillian Blitch and Messrs. Landis,
Loonis and Fenton Blitch and F. B.
Fant visited the county seat Satur Saturday.
day. Saturday. Mr. W. A. Triplett of Chester. S.
C is visiting his cousins, Mrs. Dollie
Blitch and Messrs. Landis and Loonis
Blitch.
Dr. J. L. Davis and Mr. Glen Trip Triplett
lett Triplett of Irvine were Tuesday callers. x
Mr. and Mrs. B. C Blitch and son,
Bernard spent Tuesday afternoon in
Ocala.
Mr. J. T. Burgess visited Ocala last
week. r
Mr. and Mrs. Mitchell of Morris ton
called last week in the interest of the
Chautauqua that will be held at Mor Mor-riston
riston Mor-riston the last of this month.

INCOME TAX RETURNS
A SPECIALTY

Two years in government service.
Charges quoted on appliaction.
HOLLIS.T. POPE,
425 Graham Building,
17-4t Jacksonville, Fla.

SUGAR SATURDAY AND MONDAY
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12 pounds of sugar for one dollar,

with a dollar's worth of other groc

eries for cash, Saturday and Monday
nly. Phone 377.
dly-3t-tf H. B. WHmTNGTON.

12 pounds of. sugar lor one dollar.

with a dollar's worth of other groc groceries
eries groceries for cash. Saturday an3 Monday
only. Phone 377.

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OAK VALE
Oak Vale, Feb. 16-Mrs. Joseph
Fielding, brother Mr. J. Palmer, wife
and two children of Whitehall. S. C

spent a few days last week at the

Fielding home. They were on their
way to Fort Meade, where they will
locate. They were traveling in their
car and had a pleasant but tiresome
trip. v
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Phinney and
daughter, Lucile of Raleigh spent
part of Sunday with Mrs. Phinneys
parents, W. H. and Mrs. Anderson.
Mr. and Mrs. John Robinson of Ar Archer,
cher, Archer, spent Tuesday with the R. IL
Reddicks.
Miss Lonie Clancy and Kirkland
Reddkk attended services at the M.
E. church. Wacaheota, Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Wilton Howell of
Gainesville came Tuesday and spent
till Sunday with the C. W. Borers.
Mr. and Mrs. A. Naftxer and daugh daughter.
ter. daughter. Hazel and Mr. Runkle of Gaines Gainesville
ville Gainesville came over Sunday afternoon, Mr.
and Mrs. Wilton Howell returning:
with them.
Messrs. Michael Clancy and Percy
Larson spent from Sunday afternoon
till Monday afternoon 'with Mr. and
Mrs. H. A. Larson of Raleigh.
Mr. Trescott of New York, a tourist
for the winter, was a Sunday dinner
guest at the M. A. Clancy home.
Mr. L Horner and family are leav leav-mg
mg leav-mg their farm and moving to Willis Willis-ton.
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For the next TklRTY DAYS we will sell most
of the articles in our store at and below cost.
We have many hardware articles that we will
let go below cost, come in and get our prices.
We are selling bean seed at cost. Wax beans
and Black Valetine at $10 per bushel, other green
beans at $9.00 a bushel, in ten and fifteen bushel
lots we will cut these prices.
We still have a few remnants of crockery and
enamel ware we will almost give away.
Pocket-knives 25 per cent below cost. v
We are sejling out of these things, get our
prices. We have stock powders, Fenole and disin disinfectants.
fectants. disinfectants. We also have the following for sale
cheap, one Royal Typewriter, one Neostyle, two
pair of scalesfour bins for grocery store, one office
desk, one seed cleaning machine and several
other useful articles.

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We Make a Specialty of Parts for the Buick and the
Consistent with the Cost of Same.

Prices are

GOODYEAR AND U. S. TIRES AND TUBES

Exclusive Agents for M VESTA" BATTERY, 18 Mo. Gnarantee
An Up-to-Date Battery Service Station
.We Maintain' an Up-to-Date Garage with Expert Workmen, at all
Times, Auusing Prompt md Efficient Service.
GASOLINE. OILS AND GREASE.

SPENCER-PEDRICK MOTOR CO.
' PHONE 271

Ocala

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BUICK FOX QUICK SALE

Bukk six Al shape; good tires, top,
etc; price $625. Speaeer-Pedriek
Motor Co, Ocala, Fla. 14-tf

From a government tested Jersey herd handled
with EVERY SANITARY CARE we are furnish furnish-ing
ing furnish-ing Ocala with the best quality of milk possible to
produce. Our herd is grazed on green fields and
fed cream producing grains grouud in our own mill.
The milk is cooled in an aerator and" bottled at
once (never stands open) bottles washed through
3 waters with power driven revolving brushes, in insuring
suring insuring absolute cleanliness.
See the bacteria test published monthly in the
Star by the city milk inspector.
QUARTS 20c
PINTS 10c
Order by mail or telephone. 32 pint book of
tickets $3.20. Weekly or monthly accounts open opened.
ed. opened. Evening delivery.
BROAD ACRES DAIRY
PARKER PAINTER, Proprietor
Telephone the farm, Anthony line, or address
- P. O. Box 522, Ocala. Florida i

CCALA motor CO.
, C. E. Simmons
Best Equipped Garage In Florida -BATTERY
Water and Service FREE
OND LIGHT BATTERIES GTA
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V JACKSONVILLE, O0BTDA .
In the heart of the city with Hemming Park for a front yard.
Every modern convenience in each room. Dining room serrioe la
second to none v

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If "you have .any
phone to 'five-one.
society items,
Mrs. Percy Perkins has returned
from a visit to Tampa.
A freshment of Norris famous can candies
dies candies just in at the Court Pharmacy. 3t
Mr. James Trezevant of Tampa, is a
business visitor in the ity ofr'a few.
days.
If your grocer does. not, furnish, you
FEDERAL bread, call at the. bakery
in the Ocala House block. 15-6
Messrs. Chas. B. Rawls, Oscar and
J. T. Jennings visited the fair; at Or Orlando
lando Orlando today. f
It is cheaper. tov. eat at the Cafe Cafeteria
teria Cafeteria than it is. to prepare the fwd
at home. Try it lZSt
Mr. and Mrs. Max Israelson are to
day moving into their apartment at
the Ocala House :
Nux and Iron Tablets wilt tone up
trje sytsenj ajad. give you istrength.
Eottles of 1 100 at one dollar each at
Gierig's Drug-Store. tf
Mr. W. M. Parker has brightened
tJyj faqe of his store with a coat of
pretty new paint.
Nunnally's and Liggett's Candies
reduced to ONE DOLLAR the pound
at Gerig's Drug Store. tf
Mr. E. F. Fitch of Savannah has
joined his wife and children for rmsit
-t the home of Mr. Fitch'a sisterMrs.
Leta C. Bennett.
eW always carry a. full assortment
of Norris' famous candies i n all size
packages. None better ma'ie. Court
Pharmacy. 17-3t
Misses Elizabeth Nelscn and Fran Frances
ces Frances Hardy, two of Tampa's charming
young ladies, are in Oc ala, the guests
of Mrs. McClymonds.
W. K. Lane, M. T physician and
forgeon, specialist iyei ear, nose and
throat. Office over 5. 10 cent store,
Ocala, Fla. Adv. tf
Two blocks f rmj the Ocala high
school, three. Mocks from the primary
school. The Henry Gordon property
to be sold at auction Idonday, Feb. 21.
Be sure to drive oat Orange avenue
and see the change in the Henry Gor Gordon
don Gordon property. 17-3t
Mrs. Allen Poucher has returned to
her home at Wauchula after an en
joyable visit in the city, a guest at
the home "of her aunt. Miss Bessie
Whetstone.
There's no extra charge for clean
ng your fish at the city fish market.
Phone 158. tf
Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Meffert, W. H
Meffert, Martin Meffert and Mrs. Sie-
gel Stevens of Ocala made up a party
to register at the DeSoto yesteislay.

OCALA

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THERE is no better time to purchase Real Estate than at the time when good real es estate
tate estate is offered for sale. If you 'are thinking of building a home, that time is your
great opportunity. You should take it
If you are a business man you will recognize the advantage of purchasing
real estate when Good Real Estate is for sale. It is Business Ability.
T0 YOU KNOW that Twenty Choice Lots in one of Ocala's select residential sections
U will be offered for sale? Property that is considered the best. In a neighbor neighborhood
hood neighborhood of beautiful homes and not more than a stone's throw from Ocala's magnificent High
School building. The property is known as the Henry Gordon property, : facing west on
Orange Avenue. Whether ri business nian or a home seeker, this sale brings you an ex excellent
cellent excellent opportunity. Remember the date

MONDAY, FEBRUARY 21, AT 2:00 Pn EV2.

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Mr. and Mrs Jack Camp are enter entertaining
taining entertaining at theiJr home Mr. and Mrs.
J. L. Camp of" Franklin, Va., ani Mr.
and Mrs. George "Armstrong anil Miss
Aline WaroV of Savannah.
Dont fail to visit the Guarantee
Clothing. & Shoe Company. Every Everything
thing Everything we sell is guaranteed. We're
fighting for QUALITY not prices, tf
Mrs. James Hicks HHI returns to
morrow to Leesburg, wher she will be
with her sister, Mrs. Morton Turnley
after a pleasant visit in the city, the
guest of Mrs. G rider Perkins.
Chiropractic, a sure and safe and
suva way to perfect health. See Dr,
iplinger at the Ocala House. 14-3t
Mr. Hibbert Weathers and three of
"Mr. and Mrs. Neil Weathers children
left yesterday for a' visit t the for former's
mer's former's wife, who is spending several
months with her mother at LaJceland.
As a strengthening tonic there is
nothing; better than Nux and Iron
Tonic Tablets,$l per bottle of 100
tablets at Gerig's Drug Store. Guar Guarantied;
antied; Guarantied; or money back. ; tf
Mr. and Mrs. John H. Taylor, Mrs.
G. S. Scott, Mrs. Blew and Miss Hall Hall-man
man Hall-man and W. D. Taylor, made r up a
party from Ocala, registering at the
Uillsbo-ro yesterday. Tampa Tribune.
G6 out to the Henry Gordon prop property
erty property and select your lots before the
sale. Monday, Feb. 21. is the date. 3t
The following out of town shoppers
were noted on" the streets this morn
ing: Mrs. O. E. Motes, Oak; Mr. and
Mrs. C. W. Quick, Candler; Mr. E. S.
French, Belleview. and Mrs. M. Guts-
chlag, Martin. j
If you want plow stocks, plows,
pocket knives, traces, single trees,
other hardware and crockery cheap,
go to the Ocala Seed Store. We are
selling out.
2-12-tf
The X W. A. of the Baptist church
will meet at the home of Mrs. Annie
Akin tomorrow evening 1 at 7:30.
Misses Ola and Donnie Sims. who
make their home with Mrs. Akin, will
be the hostesses.
The Ocala people who have not tried
Federal Bakery cinnamon rolls have
something to look forward to. They're
delicious.' 15-t
Mr. R. W. Roper, representing the
Florida Optical Co. of Jacksonville,
was a visitor in town this morning,
calling on Dr. K. J. Weihe, in regard
to the meeting of the Florida Opto-
metric Association, which will meet in
Ocala in May. ;
OPPORTUNITIES for many peo
ple Monday, Feb. 21, at the Henry
Gordon sale of lots. 17-3t
Dr. and Mrs. J. T. Boster of Bir
mingham, after a brief visit in the
city, guests at the home of Mr. and
Mrs. J.. H. Livingston, left this morn
ing by automobile for points of inter interest
est interest on the east coast. They are mak
ing an extended tour of the state.
Get the cafeteria habit! You wrill get

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Miss Lutie Smith of Louisville, Ey
is a guest at the home of her relatives,
Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Anderson Sr. Miss
Smith came from Tampa, where she
v. 'ted friends and at Oldsmar she
visited her cousins, Mr. and Mrs. Clif Clifford
ford Clifford Anderson, and family.
Three good homes and plenty of
home sites at the Henry Gordon sale
Monday, Feb. 21. at 2 p. m. 17-3t
Get your candy at the old price of
one dollar per pound at Gerig's Drug
Store. Nunnally's and Liggett's. tf
Mr. and Mrs. E. P. Keeling and
smarts- on, Leonard, who have been
spending the winter in Florida, visited
friends in Ocala yesterday en route to
St. Augustine, where they will remain
for several weeks. They hope to visit
Ocala again before returning "to their
home in Nashville, Tenn.
If you want bean seed way below
cost go to. the Ocala Seed. Store to
get them. 2-12-tf
Eighty-seven feet above the union
station, Henry Gordon place. 17-3t
Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Tucker and
Mrs. P. V. Leavengood left this morn morning
ing morning in the former's car for Palatka,
for a few days' visit with Mr. and
Mrs. J. E. Johnson. From there Mrs.
Leavengood will go to Miami to visit
Mrs. Harry Simons, while Mr. 'and
Mrs. Tucker will go to Jacksonville
before returning home.
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. xu Owned and operated by
Americans. tf
You. can always get fresh or salt
watefc fish, oysters, shrimp, etc, at
the City Fish Market on Fort King
avenue. Phone 158' tf
We are informed that both south
bound trains on the Seaboard pulled
by the cinderheaps yesterday, and that
the local southbound has done so to today.
day. today. Now, if they will only keep it
up the trainmen will have
Such a sense of duty well done,
"Their faces will shine like the sun."
No one has ever denied it, but wj
want to impress on Ocalans that Fed
eral bread is the best made. Federal
Bakery. Ocala House block. 15-6t
A new lot of Powder Puffs just in
at Gerig's Drug Store. tf
Union prayer meeting of all the
missionary auxiliaries of the different
denominations of the city will be held
tomorrow afternoon (Friday) at 3:30
o'clock at the Presbyterian church. At
the close of this service the W. C T.
U. will conduct a memorial service to
Frances Willard. All the Christian
women of the city are extended a cor cordial
dial cordial invitation to be present.
t You will be more- than delighted f
when you try a box of our delicious
Log Cabin Candy, and our Martha
Washington Candy. THE VOGUE is
at your service. Phone 580 or 558 for
quick delivery of our QUALITY ICE

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Don't fail to visit the Guarantee
Clothing & Shoe Company. Every Every-hmg
hmg Every-hmg we sell is guaranteed. We're
.ghting for QUALITY not pricesvtf
At the supper at the Civic League
club house in Belleview Friday night
there win be on display articles of eve every
ry every description and the proceeds will
go toward improvement of the club
house. The following menu will be
seived: Escalloped oysters, chicken
patty, mashed potatoes, cabbage salad,
baked beans, brown bread, sliced
bread, butter, cake, pie, coffee and tea.
Only fresh ripe oranges are used in
piaking ORANGEADE at the Court
Pharmacy. The most delicious drink
iv town. 17-3t
Wheat cakes and coffee, for 15 cents
al Hunter's Cafeteria. 12-t
Messrs. Edwin Spencer Jr. of Lake
land, G. W. Oliver of Bartow, John
Smiley of Winter Haven and E. D.
Funk of SidelL 111-, were a distinguish
ed party at the Harrington last night.
Mr. Spencer is our much missed Ed
win, Mr. Funk helped the food admin administration
istration administration during the war. and t know
the other two gentlemen are distin distinguished
guished distinguished but we dont know what for.
Try a real' ORANGEADE, made of
fresh oranges while you wait, at the
Court Pharmacy. 17-3t
You get what you want and you
get it quick at Hunter's Cafeteria. Gt
Mrs. L. B. Griggs, who. has been
confined at the Marion county hospi hospital
tal hospital for the past five weeks, has suffi sufficiently
ciently sufficiently recovered to return, to her
home at Lynne. Mr. andf Mrs. Griggs
are very, high in their praises of the
service at this institution. They say
that nothing that can aid to the com comfort
fort comfort and pleasure of patients is over overlooked
looked overlooked by the excellent corps of nurses
and also the attending physicians.
WOODMEN OF THE WORLD
Fort King Camp No. 14 meets at
K. of P, hall at 7:30 p. m. every "sec "second
ond "second and fourth Friday. Visiting sov sovereigns
ereigns sovereigns are always welcome.
EL B. Baxter, C. C.
Chas. K. Sage. Clerk.
ROYAL ARCH MASONS
Regular conventions of the Ocala
Chapter No. 13. R. A. on tb fourth
Friday in every month at 8 p. in.
EL S. Wesson, H. P.
B. L. Adams, Secretary.
ORDER OF EASTERN STAR
Ocala Chanter No. 29. O. E. S.
xneets at the Masonic hall the second
and fourth Thursday evenings of each
month at 8 o'clock.
Mrs. Rosalie Condon, W. M.
Mrs, Susan Cook. Secretary.
21&ke your wants known by adver
tiring them.
PRACTICAL -CARPEKTE2 Al fll
BUELDEU
Careiul estimates made on all eo
tract York. Gives more and b ftter
wark fr the money than any ather

ioamtrador in the city.

Geo. Hay I Co.

Funeral Directors
and Embalmers
Two Licensed Embalmers
Motor Funeral Cars
Private Morgue and Chapel
Day Phone 47
Night Phone 515
G. B. Overtoil, Manager
at;
WILLIAM A. T1NSMAN
. CONTRACTOR
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Estimates Given Free
Phone 526 Ocala. Fla.
181 LET US BU1L0 YOU A l
Select your own lot and
plans. Terms: half cash,,
balance like rent. Call and
talk it over with us.
RAY & THOMSON
Abstract Building
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EXQUISITE AND DIS DISTINCTIVE
TINCTIVE DISTINCTIVE MODELS
-From Famous Paris and
American Ateliers
at the
AFFLECK
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111 E. Broadway
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.Near the Western Union
J. D. DAWKINS
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Rates: Six lines, maximum, one tlms,
25c; three times, 50c; six times, 75c;
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'.HERO-COLA WOODYARD We art
prepared to furnish oak or pise
wood for either stove or fireplace
, on short notice. We deliver your
money's worth promptly. Give ns a
trial order. Chero-Cola Wood yard,
.phone 167. 26-lm
FOR SALE We have a surplus of"
fifty head of horses and mules for
sale. You can find stock suitabja
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
FOR RENT Several large and com
fortably furnished rooms. Phone
379 or call at 504 Oklawaha ave-
nue.
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FOR SALE 6-room cottage in good
locality, seven blocks sooth of Ocala
'courthouse; large corner lot with
shade and fruit trees, garage, etc
Real bargain price for cash, or 2Z0
down, and balance $25 monthly. J. -T.
Miller, 'owner, 1641 Liberty St,
Jacksonville, Fla. 9-Et
j FOR SALE Late model visible type
writer, fine condition. Address,
Typewriter, care Star. ll-6t
jFOR SALE Goober seed, $1.75 per

i bushel under 10 bushel lots; 10 bo.
i and over, $1.70 per bu; 32 pound
j to the busheL J. J. Bottelman, Stf!-
I merfield; Fla, Route A. ll-t
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FOR SALE Two two-rtory, six-roor
j cottages. Eighth St, near high
school. Stephen Jewett, P. O. box
j 192, Savannah, Ga. 11-Ct
iFOR SALE 150 rods of woven fenc,
; wire, eight loads of stable fertnixeri
I 1000 boards, 3000 stalks of Jap

cane, lots of good posts, also house household
hold household furniture. All cheap for cash.
Apply to Cora Johnson, Ocala, or
bee home back of fair grounds. 6t
FOR SALE Twenty months old Poland-China
male. Sired by "Wonder
Buster Jr." Will sell very reasonable
as I am going out of the hog raisir.g
business. S. P. Lamb, Anthony,
Fla. 143t
MONEY TO LOAN $750 to loan cn
city property for a client. D. Kiel
Ferguson. 14-tf
.VOR SALE New Ford touring ear,
driven from the factory. Price $'C3.
See W. A. Hamilton, 507 Second
street. 16-St
LOST An Amazon cord tire ZZxiVst
with rim complete; between Dct-
nellon and Stokes bridge. Suitsfc!s
reward will be paid finder. Commu Communicate
nicate Communicate with Jack Crile, "Inverness,
Fla.
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'irade from fresh ripe oranges at V
Court Pharmacy. 17 -a

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