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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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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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EVENING

TM
TEMPERATURES
This 'morning:, 52 degrees.
This afternoon, 78 degrees.
WEATHEH FOSLECAST
Fair tonight and probably Sunday
morning; cooler Sunday and in north
and central portions tonight; much
cooler Sunday night.
VOL 2
OCALAv FLORIDA. SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 19, 1921.
NO. 12
Tiinnr nrnTinuo nr Tiir OTATC
HUGHES WILL BE
' SECY OF STATE
E-
IT SEEMS TO BE
STAIUITH
inUuL uLuiiuiiu ur inc oiHiL
THAT ARE GROWING THE FASTEST
BIRTHDAY PARTY
ALL OVER
THAT OF HALE II! IIISTOI

OCALA

ROTARY

III HAV

I IA

SUPPORT GOOD T

RADE

BODIES

OF EIGHTY-FIVE COMMERCIAL
ORGANIZATIONS IN FLORIDA,
FIFTY-EIGHT ARE IN SOUTH SOUTH-ERN
ERN SOUTH-ERN COUNTIES.

Of the eighty-five commercial or or-ganiaztions
ganiaztions or-ganiaztions listed in the year book of
the state, department of agriculture,
fifty-eight are in South Florida, as
against twenty-seven north of Marion
county. By far the greatest develop development
ment development taking place in the state is in

South Florida. There are thirty-eight
commercial organizations in the
counties of Orange, .DeSoto, Polk,

Manatee. Pinellas and Lake. The

greatest development in the state is

taking place in these counties.

The counties that are making the

greatest strides are all advertising ex

tensively. And because they are using

a large amount of paid advertising

they are getting a proportionately

lavger amount of gratuitous publicity.

Those counties are being helped most

that are helping themselves.

The Marion County, Board of Trade,
for which a drive for $10,000 will be

made, starting Tuesday-morning at 9

o'clock, is the .only commercial organ

ization in this county. During the

past four months it has not had suf

ficient income to employ a steno

grapher. Marion county, in point of

natural resources, is one of the rich
et counties in Florida.

It is the opinion of observers that

during the next five years Florida will
see the greatest development in its

history. What are Ocala and Marion
county going to do to obtain a share

.or this development? It is proposed

that the $10,000 for the Marion Coun

ty Board of Trade shall be a starter,

A portion of thisamount shall be used

tc cover adequately the overhead ex

penses of thebrganization, and a por

tkn for publicity and several other
development projects.

"Dnritic the nast vear the Marion i

f-y j V

The American Legion

To Give A Dance

If AH Harding's Appoinments areas
Good, He Will Have a Fine
Cabinet

i Associated PresaJ
St. 'Augustine, Feb. 19. President Presidentelect
elect Presidentelect Harding teday announced the
selection of Charles E. Hughes to be
secretary of state. Mr. Hughes has
accepted the appointment.
POLICIES TAKE PRECEDENCE
Mr. Harding laid aside the uncom

pleted cabinet slate for awhile today

and centered his attention on policies

rather than men. Consultations today

Marion County Post No. 27 of the cor,cerned chiefly the two public ques-

Rotes Expect to Have a Great Time
at Their Room in the Masonic
Hall Monday Evening
In celebration of the sixteenth an anniversary
niversary anniversary of the founding of Rotary,
the Ocala Rotary Club has arranged
a special program for Monday night
at 7:30 o'clock in the dining room of
the Masonic home. Several addresses
will be made and there will be songs
ard stunts.

American Legion will celebrate Wash

iogton's birthday next Tuesday night.

A feature of the evening will be a
dance at 9 o'clock' to which all of the

friends of the legion are invited. The

dance will be held on the drill floor

of the armory- Music will be furnish furnished
ed furnished by a jazz orchestra. The legion-

aires want it understood that this is

to be a public affair, and hopes all o:

its friends in the city and county will
attend.

KEPT IT QUIET

tions that are expected to loom larg largest
est largest som taxation and foreign rela relations.
tions. relations. Mr. Harding saw Representative
Fordney, chairman of th House ways
and means committee and author of

he emergency tariff bill passed re

cently.

' HARDING A GOOD SPORT
Another projected classic, of the
fport world went by the board today
when Mr. Harding declined the chal challenge
lenge challenge from the Greenville, S. C, post postmaster
master postmaster to match their skill on the golf
links with reappointment to the post post-mastership
mastership post-mastership as the stake. 3Ir. Harding
wrote that he was regarded as a
miserable player and was unwilling
to have the ""administration weakened
by basing its attitude on my inca-

HIG REWARD FOR THE

JACKSONVILLE MURDERERS

Jacksonville, Feb. 19. Hotel pro proprietors
prietors proprietors and business men are raising
?-"000 as a reward for the capture of
the two masked men who Tuesday
right killed George Alexander Good Goodrich,
rich, Goodrich, aged 57, prominent engineer and
builder of Atlanta, and Walter H.

Lieut. Oliver J. Kendall Shot by Ger Germans
mans Germans for a Spy Because? he Would
-Not Reveal Secret of the
American Army

Passenger Trains on Both Railroads
are Now Pulling Up All the Way
Alongside the Union Depot v
Platforms
The Star is in hopes that the trou troubles
bles troubles of the passengers at the union
passenger station, so far as having to
step off the trains into cinders, and
creep under dripping water tanks, and
climb over tracks, is concerned, are
over. The trains on the Seaboard now
pull along the platform to a point
where the passengers can comfortably

alight. Train 39 of the Atlantic Coast
Line is also pulling up where the" peo

ple from the chair can get off on the

platform. Wre believe the Coast Line 1 American forces.

people did this of their own accord. The execution took place, the report

said, despite the fact that Kendall
was in full uniform when captured
between, the lines. He had crept out
of the trenches to investigate the Ger-

There is no doubt that Mr. Bums of
the .Seaboard has tried to meet the
wishes of the traveling public in this
regard, but he might never have

Bvrden, aged 60, retired business man! known anything about it if the Star

Washington, D. C, Feb. 18. A

sauve-spoken old gentleman, an au automobile
tomobile automobile and eye filling glimpses of
Florida scenery conspired to ease the
pockets of P. J. Pontzer and his son,
W P nf 9R Kuu. thv informed the

' I a. i it. j i i 1 j. v i :i i

police force here today, stopping off ll at "e uuta
en route from Florida to their home tfle Postmasters sporty mchnat.on
in Kersey, Pa, for the present. The and lfhe challenge .was removed he
cottw fnr th financial trairedv was ws wlllmS to-accept a match when-

Ocala, Fla., they said, and the chance ev'r the opportunity offered

meeting with the old gentleman to
motor rides, stock deals and finally
plans for a big coup for which the
Tontzer's put up the $25,500 as evi

dence of eood faith. It seemed mis

PETER McLNTOSH

of Patchogue, Long Island, in a Jack

sonville hotel.

SMALL HAUL OF SUSPECTS

Associated Press)
Little Falls, Minn., Feb. 19. Two
suspects arrested here after a gun
brittle with officers are being held In
connection with the hold-up of a mail
car on the" North Coast Limited, of
the Northern Pacific railroad last
night. One suspect and a deputy
sheriff were slightly wounded. It is
believed the robbers got several hun hundred
dred hundred thousand dollars.

LOCAL LEGISLATION

Robert Mcintosh of the First Na

tional Bank, received word from Den-

placed -confidence, however, Pontzer ver Wednesday morning' of the death

pere, said, as the other parties and

the money vanished overnight.
"I felt so keenly about it that I

could have struck them if I had seen
them again," the Pennsylvanian add added.
ed. added. Jacksonville Metropolis, 18th.

of his father at his home in that city
at 4 a. m. that mornimr. Mr. Mcintosh
and his sister, Miss Jessie Mcintosh
left for Denver as soon as possible and
will, be gone until after the funeral.
Mr. Mcintosh was about G2 years old
and had been sick but a few days with

The Mc-

Tf th Mpsara. Pontzer were here.

Vn vorv nnipt. We have not an attack of heart disc'ase

.. t 4-TU A V ftirtl I A IltUOIl lOlllII V 1IC T- tllC Ileal LiClb OJIII
fiopnd their names on any of the hotel I ...

o-nA tlia-r Tint, mpntinn 1 Pathy

County Board of Trade has found out their tQ They prob.

ably gave the wrong town.

that some of the best posted men in

Florida did not know that citrus
fruits were produced to any extent in
this county. The secretary of the
Florida Horticultural Society made
the statement before the Ocala Rotary
Club that Marion county was nol in
the citrus belt of the state, and had
to be shown. The secretary of the
""Board of Trade has found that few
persons in the county knew that the
citrus crop is the biggest single mon

ey cropin the county. Recently a
piominerit advertising man from an-
. other state visiting Marion county
was surprised to learn that citrus
fruits mature earlier in this county
than in any county in the citrus belt.
These are just instances of what re results
sults results from a lack of Npublicity.
How much 'does the outside world
know of North Florida as compared
. with South Florida? It is urged that
these facts be kept in mind when the
drive for the $10,000 gets under way
Tuesday.

IT IS MEXICO'S TURN
TO BE ANXIOUS

(Associated Press)

Mexico City, Feb. 19. A policy of

"watchful waiting" until after the
change of administrations at Wash

ington has been adopted by. the Mex

ican government, President Obregon
told a party of San Francisco excur sionists
yetserday.

HE'S GOING AFTER HIS HAT

of their many Deer Trail

friends. Deer Trail, Colo.. Tribune.
This was Mr. Peter Mcintosh, who
with his family lived s long in Ocala,
going to Colorado only a few years
ago. Mr. Mcintosh and his family
came here direct from Scotland and
the number of their friends in our
town is uncounted. The Star joins in
regret at the passing of a good man.

AN INQUIRY ENDED
. AND NOBODY WISER

i Associated Press)
Washington, Feb. 19. The con congressional
gressional congressional investigation of the ship shipping
ping shipping board ended today. A report on
.1 li .1 1 1

(Associated Press) uieresuit oi rne inquiry, wnicn nas

Philadelphia, Feb. 19. Archbishop continued intermittently foi the last
Dougherty left Philadelphia today for 18 months, will be submitted to the

Rome, where he will receive the red

hat of a cardinal from the pope.

House before March 4th.

DESERVED PROMOTION
TO FRENCH GENERALS

EARTHQUAKE SHOCKS
IN CENTRAL AMERICA

ANTI-FEE LAW HAS
BEEN KNOCKED OUT

Paris, Feb. 19. Generals DesPerey,

Luatey and Foyelle were promoted to

day to the rank of marshals

France.

Tallahassee, Feb. 19. County' offi officers
cers officers of Florida will receive approxU
mately $250,000 increase in salaries
during the coming year as a result of
the action of Jhe supreme court yes yesterday
terday yesterday afternoon in declaring Chapiter
7L34, Acts of 1917, relative to the
compensation of county -officers, to be

nidi and void so far as it places a ban

on fees and commissions.

Sheriff W. C. Spencer of Hills Hillsborough
borough Hillsborough county was respondent in the

friendly suit, which was brought by
"Attorney General Rivers H. Buford

end J. B. Gaines, assistant attorney
general. The opinion is by Chief Jus Justice
tice Justice Brown, concurred" in by Justices

Tavlor and Ellis. Justices Whitfield

and West dissented.

POSTOFFICE NOTICE

AssocIateJ Press)
San Salvador, Feb. 19 Earthquake
shocks were felt last night in Guate-

oflmala and Salvador, according to ad

vices received here todav. No dam

age was reported.

CARNIVAL QUEEN ELECTION

A new lot of Powder Puffs just

Much interest has been aroused in at Gerig's Drug Stor.

the voting for the high school carnival

queen at the Court Pharmacy. It is a ROYAL ARCn MASONS

great honor to be chosen queen and

if vou have a favorite ffo to the Court I Reeular conventions of the Ocala

Pharmacy and vote for her at 10 cents Chapter No. 13, R. A. M., on tha fourth

per Vte. As many votes as desired rnaay m every momn at o n m

may be cast for the girls

Tuesday, Feb. zznd, being a na national
tional national holiday, the Ocala postoffice

will be open only one hour from 9 to

10 o'clock a. m. for the delivery of I

mail through general delivery window
and sale of stamps. No city nor rural
delivery. Mail rill be distributed to
boxes, collected and (dispatched as
usual. Robt.- F. Rogers, P. M.

whose

names appear below, or any other girl
in the high school, with the exception
of Misses Ullaine Barnett and Rhoda

Thomas, who are managers of the

carnival. This is the standing of the
candidates as they appeared at noon

today:
Elizabeth Bennett 42
Cornelia Dozier 21
Ruth Warner 23
Christine Close 10
P.ubye Edwards 17
Sidney Cullen 2
Jess Qehon 9
Edith Edwards .1

H. S. Wesson, H.

B. L. Adams, Secretary.

WOODMEN OF THE WORLD

Fort King Camp No. 14 meets at
K. of P. hall at 7:30 p. m. every sec

ond and fourth Friday. Visiting sov-

leigns are always welcome.
HB. Baxter, C. C.
Chas. K. Sasre. Clerk.

The city council held its regular
session February 15th. Meeting was
called to order by the president-with
Councilmen Mclver, Goldman. Sim Simmons
mons Simmons and Winer present. Minutes of
the last regular meeting read and ap approved
proved approved as recorded.
Communication from D. Ni Fergu Ferguson,
son, Ferguson, asking that the gas company be
required to install the standard ma machine
chine machine and apparatus for testing the
gas as provided in ordinance was read
and filed for information.
Report of Geo. W. Simmons Jr.,
chief sanitary engineer, on result of
test of city water read and filed for
information.
Requests of R. R. Carroll and J. R.
Moorhead tq be permitted to redeem

pioperty without regular interest not

granted

City Manager McKenzie submitted

regular monthly report for light, wa water,
ter, water, street and sanitary departments,
which was read and accepted upon
motion of Mr. Goldman.

Report of R. H. Strader, engineer,

on result of tests of the 500 K. W.

tcrbine generator unit read and filed
for information.
Bill of R. H. Strader for $109.74,
for supervising tests on turbine or or-dtred
dtred or-dtred paid, upon roll call, all .mem .members
bers .members voting yea.
Action of the clerk in drawing
$5000 on electric light bond fund to
Burford, Hall & Smith on machinery
was ratified.
The following report was read and
adopted, upon motion of lr. Winer':
"The undersigned to whom an ordi

nance entitled an ordinance prescrib prescribing
ing prescribing the license tax to be paid by car car-rivals,
rivals, car-rivals, defining what shall be embrac embraced
ed embraced in the word carnival, and requiring
a bond from the person or persons

having charge of any carnival before!
the same may, do business in the city
of Ocala, was referred at your last

meeting, begs to report that I recom recommend
mend recommend that said ordinance be amended
by adding thereto at .the conclusion of
section two as it now reads, the fol following:
lowing: following:
"'But the word 'carnival shall not
include any entertainment or per

formance given by local persons for
the benefit of any local organization

or purpose, nor snail tne wora- car

nival for the purposes of this ordi

nance include any performance or

performances given or conducted in

the enclosure of the Marion County

Fair Association during the period

mat ouvu ian is ucuig uu.

had not gone to kicking. The clerical
force at Ocala has not approved of
the way the trains were stopped, but
it was out of their province. The
trainmen have not been either prompt
to obey orders or care for passengers,
and it is evident they didn't yield until
they found they were in for trouble.
The great pacifier has been Mr. A. S.
Wells of the state railroad commis commission,
sion, commission, and we hope he will be equally
as successful during his entire term

i of office in straightening out trou

bles between the people and. the rail railroads.
roads. railroads. The Star yesterday received from
Tallahassee the following copy of a

letter from Superintendent Burns:
Tampa, Fla:, Feb. 11.
Mr. Lewis G. Thompson,
Secretary Railroad Commission:
Dear Sir: I have issued neces necessary
sary necessary instructions to train crews that
coaches must be stopped at umbrella
shed at Ocala, and trainmasters have
been instructed to see that these in instructions
structions instructions are carried out, and am in
hopes we will not have any further
complaint. Yours truly,
L. B. Burns, Superintendent.

(Associated Press)
Chicago, Feb. 17. Official records
and Red Cross reports today brought
to Mrs. Frank Kendall the story of
how her. son, Lieut. Oliver J. Kendall,
of the United States army, wos shot
by the Germans as a spy just" before
the great American victory at Can Can-tigny,
tigny, Can-tigny, because he would not reveal to

his German captors details of the

man positions.
V

DARING AVIATOR
MAKING READY

Coney Expects to Hop Off at San
Diego Monday Night and Fly to
Jacksonville With But a
Single Stop

CARUSO WILL RECOVER

(Associated Press)
: New York, Feb. 19. Caruso appar apparently
ently apparently will recover, but there is still
danger of another relapse, his physi physicians
cians physicians announced today. They express express-g
g express-g satisfaction with his condition..

CENTRAL SOUTH

SHROUDED IN SNOW

(Associated Press)
Memphis, Feb. 19. Five and one one-half
half one-half inches of snow and sleet covered
the ground here today and snow is
still falling. Eight inches is report reported
ed reported at Little Rock and Hot Springs,
with two inches at Pine Bluff. The
temperature was 31 degrees at Tex Tex-arkana.
arkana. Tex-arkana. with a light snowfall, and '32
degrees at Shreveportr-

Associated Pres
San Diego, Calif Feb. 19. Several
changes have been announced in the
plans of Lieut. Coney, who will start
at 6 o'clock Monday night in an at attempt
tempt attempt to fly across the continent to
Jacksonville within 24 hours. Instead
of alighting at Fort Worth, the avia aviator
tor aviator will attempt to fly direct to Dal Dal-lasor
lasor Dal-lasor the first stop. Another change
was to make Jacksonville his goal
Instead of Pablo Beach. He hopes to

fly from Dallas to Jacksonville with without
out without a stop, arriving about 6 p. m.
Lieut. Coney is so confident of suc success
cess success that he has forwarded his-dress
uniform to Jacksonville in anticipa anticipation
tion anticipation of visiting his home at Bruns Brunswick,
wick, Brunswick, Ga.', to see his mother, after he
has turned over his machine to the
military authorities at .Jacksonville.

It's Going To Slide Off

Llixzard Sweeping Northeast Is Like Likely
ly Likely to Miss this Part of
Florida

(Associated Press)
. Washington, Feb; 19. Much colder
weather with a cold wave in extrame
southern Mississippi and Alabama and
northwest Florida was the forecast
today by the weather bureau for to tonight.
night. tonight. The Southwestern disturbance
is moving northeastward rapidly.
Lower temperatures are expected to
follow its passage.
NEAR EASTERN QUESTIONS
x TO BE DISCUSSED IN LONDON

CARD OFTnANKS

We wjsh to express our sincere
thanks and apreciation to our many

friends who bestowed their kindness

upon us during the sickness and death

or our beloved mother and grand

mother.
James F. Meredith and family.
Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Meredith.
Juliette, Ha, Feb. 21st-

SUGAR SATURDAY AND MONDAY

12 pounds of sugar for one dollar,

w.th a dollar's worth of other groc

eries for cash, Saturday and Monday

r.ly. Phone 377.
dly-3t-tf H. B. WHITTINGTON.
A REAL BUY

ORDER OF EASTERN STAR

Ocala Chapter No. 29, O. E. S
meets 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.

Buick 1919. five-passenger touring,

rormerly owned by Mr. C. CamD.

Diiven less than 10,000 miles; 11300.

Mechanical guarantee. Spencer-Ped

rick Motor Co., Buick dealers. 19-tf

Get jour candy at the old price of

one dollar per pound at Gerig's Drug
Store. Nunnally'g and LitrirttV tf

,Make your wants known ty adver adverting
ting adverting them.

ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE

OF TRAINS IN OCALA

INCOME TAX RETURNS
A SPECIALTY

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

THE BABY SHOW

Again the Ocala High School Car

nival will hold a baby show. Come
and see vour favorite high school

boys in their early days. Caused much
amusement last year and the public

is assured the same this year. The

carnival takes place Feb- 25th and

26th at the same place the
House garden.

Ocala

It

Eighty-seven feet above the union

station, Henry Gordon place. 17-3t

ODD FELLOWS

Tulula Lodcre No. 22, I. O. O. F.t

fleets every Tuesday evening at the

Odd Fellows hall at the corner of

Fort King Ave. and Osceola street. A

warm weicome always extended to

.'isiting brothers.
T. C. Carter N. G.
H. R. Luffman. Fccretary.

QCALA LODGE No. 286, B. P. O. E.

Ocala Lodge No. 2S6. Benevolent

and Protective Order of Elks, meets

the second and fourth Tuesday 'eve 'eve-rings
rings 'eve-rings of each month. Visiting breth

ren always welcome. Lodge rooms
upstairs over Troxler's and the Book

fhop, 113 Main street.
C Y. Miller. E. EL

Seaboard Air Line

Arrive from Jacksonville.. 2:10a.m.

Leave for Tampa 2:15 a.m.

Arrive from Jacksonville.. 1:30p.m.

Leave for Tampa 1:55 p.m.
Arrive from Jacksonville.. 3:51p.m.

eave for Tampa 4:05 p.m.

Arrive from Tampa 2:14 a.m.
Leave for Jacksonville.... 2:15a.m.
Arrive from Tampa 1:55 p.m.

Leave for Jacksonville.... 1:55p.m.

Arrive from Tampa 4:16 p.m.

Leave for Jacksonville.... 4:17p.m.
Arrive from New York.... 1:34a.m.
Leave for St. Petersburg.. 1:37a.m.

Arrive from bt. Petersburg Z:5oa.m.
Leave for New York 3:00 a.m.

Atlantic Coast Line

nun mis amendment i ra-uimntuu rrjve from Jacksonville.. 2:31 a. m.

the passage of the ordinance. I eave for St. Petersburg.. Z :32a.m.

B. Goldman. I Arrive from Jacksonville.. 3:34 p.m.

Head of Dept. of Justice.
Ordinance was thereupon placed
upon second reading, read and adopt adopted
ed adopted by sections as amended, placed
upon third reading, read by title and

adopted, upon roll call, all. members
voting for the passage of same.
The matter of traffic markers at in intersections
tersections intersections of streets referred to spe special
cial special committee consisting of Council Council-ren
ren Council-ren Goldman, Winer and Simmons.
. Petition for removal of stable near
express office referred to Health Of Officer
ficer Officer Watt and Inspector Akin.
Free lights were granted for the
band room.
, Council thereupon adjourned till
next regular meeting.

Leave for St. Petersburg.. 3:35p.m.
Arrive from Jacksonville.. 10:12 p. m.

Leave for Leesburg 10:13 p.m.

Arrive from St. Petersburg Z:ZSa.m.

jeave lor Jacksonville.... Z:Z7a.m.

Arrive from St. Petersburg 1:25 p. m.
Leave for Jacksonville.... 1:45p.m.

Arrive from Leesburg.... 6:41

Leave for Jacksonville.... 6:42a.m.

Arrive from Homosasaa... 1.25 p. m.

Leave for Homosasaa 3:25 p. ml

Arrive from Gainesville,

daily except Sunday. ...11:50a.m.

Leave lor uainesvxUe. daily

except Sunday 4:45 p m.

Leave for lakeland Tues

day, lnursday, Saturday 7:Za a.m.

Ar. from Lakeland. Tues

day, Thursday, Saturday 11 r03 p. m.

Leave lor Wilcox. Monday,

Wednesday ana Tiday. 1:10 a. m,

Arrive from Wilcox. Monday-
Wedo&day. Friday. 6:45 p.

(Associated Press)
London, Feb. 3. The conference of
the British prime minister,- Mr. Lloyd
George, Premier Briand of France and
Foreign Minister Sforza of Italy with
lepresentatives of Greece and Turkey,
which is to open here Monday, Feb.
21, has for its object the settlement of
important Near Eastern Questions

growing out' of the Treat yof Sevres.
In point of world interest and per

plexity it is expected to rank with

the now historic conferences of Hythe,
Brussels and San Remo.

One of the most interesting features

of the gathering will be the meeting

face to face of the delegates repre

senting the new Greek government

under King Constantine with the for former
mer former Oreek Premier Venizelos for the
first time since Venizelos withdrew

from Greece after the defeat of his
ministry in the 'elections and the re recall
call recall of -the" king.

One of the most difficult issues con

fronting the delegates will be the dis

position of the port of Smyrna and the
semi-circle of adjacent territory on
the Aegean Sea. 100 kilometers long
and 100 kilometers broad which, un under
der under the terms of the treaty, was placed
under the sovereignty of Greece.

Since the signing of the treaty of

Sevres, however, Turkey has demand demanded
ed demanded the abrogation of Greek rights in
Smyrna as well as autonomy for
Thrace. Thrace was riven outrieht to

Greece. The demand for autonomy in
Thrace is made by the Turks despite

the renunciation by the Ottoman gov

ernment of its sovereignty over Tur Turkey
key Turkey in Europe outside of Constanti Constantinople
nople Constantinople as well as its control over eight
or more islands in the Aegean Sea.
Maintenance of Turkish sovereignty
ever the territory awarded to Armenia
is another demand of the Ottoman
government which is to come up for
settlement. In the treaty, it was pro provided
vided provided that Armenia was recognized as
"a free and independent state." Tur Turkey
key Turkey accepted the proposal that the
president of the United States should
be the arbitrator as to the frontier in

the provinces of Ezerum, Trebizond,
Van and Bitlis and as to the access
cf Armenia to the sea.

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OCALA EVENING STAB, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 19. 1521

Qcala Evening Star S

PnblUkrd Every Dmy Exempt Samday hj

STAR PUBLISHING COMPANY,
OCALA, FLORIDA.

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argument. If a fellow cant get to

a pretty girl without prancing

round a ballroom, why who c6uld

blame him to exercise a

WE HATE TO LOSE HIM

way:

Editor Star: "The best of friends

'little that I must some time part." While I have

never had the pleasure of meeting you,

I have been a subscriber to your paper

"There is not a competent board of for more than two years, and regret

r 4.1 1 i T T J ct.t... U. ? I j. t -1 i a i

n ji Carroll. Prldat I censors in ine wuuie umwru ouii.es, 1 10 give it up, uui as i atreauy liiKc

uvaeod, seretry-Tre-rr I they are a collection or pin bead pol-1 several newspapers, dailies and week-

J. U. Uenjataia. Edltar

iticians seeking graft and a chance to J lies, besides magazines, etc, I feel

impose their political and religious that in justice to myself, financially,
views upon the public," declared I should discontinue your daily paper.

Thomas Dixon, author and playwright, The news from that source is at least

before a legislative committee of the two days old when I receive it (Mon

North Carolina general assembly in I day's paper for instance on Wednes-

opposition to a bill proposing the es-Jday). My main reason in the first

tablishment of a motion picture cen- place was because my son and his

sorship board in North Carolina, family lived in Ocala, and your paper

utitied for the use for republication of I Shouldn't be surprised if Tom was J was somewhat like a letter from them,

right. I cut they have since moved.

But my dear sir, permit me to say,

.The city council did a foolish thing that I learned to admire your honest,

when its members passed the carnival manly editorials; on every public is is-ordinance
ordinance is-ordinance with the following amend- sue you seemed to hue to the line re re-cient:
cient: re-cient: eardless as to where the chips might

"The undersigned to whom an ordi-1 fall. I consider your paper a model;

nance entitled an ordinance prescrib- would that there were more like it.

il a A 1 1 I .. mm m a

advertising kaiCS m? we license tax to De paia Dy car- vvitn best wisnes lor your neaitn

Diapiart Plate 15 cents per inch for I rivals, defining what shall be embrac- and DrosDeritv. and hoDiner that the

consecutive insertions. Alternate mser-l . r. . f

tlons 25 per cent additional. Composi- lea in ine wora carnival, ana. requiring -ucaia evening Star' wm never

"iintime7" clatSS3 a bond om the person or persons grow dim. I beg to remain,

position 20 per cent additional. Rates l having charge of any carnival before! Your unknown friend.

the same may do business m the city Henry C. Cameron.

of Ocala, was referred at your last Columbus, Ga., February 16.

Mr. Cameron has sent us several

mend that said ordinance be amended appreciative letters. We shall ever

by adding thereto at the conclusion of hold him in kindly remembrance and

section two as it now reads, the fol- hope to meet him some day,

lowing:

"But the word 'carnival' shall not SUGAR SATURDAY AND MONDAY

i

or per-

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also tne local news puoiisnea nerein.

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McINTOSH PREACHING
IN COLORADO

(Deer Trail. Colo., Tribune)
Rev. .William Mcintosh of Denver,
preached two very interesting ser sermons
mons sermons at Deer Trail last Sunday, in
the morning at the Baptist church and
in the evening at the Friends church.
Both sermons were listened to with
great interest by our people and
while he is a young man his address
is convincing and shows great inter interest
est interest in his life work. He is an inter interesting
esting interesting speaker with a good strong and
very pelasant voice. We understand
that he is studying to be an evange evangelist
list evangelist and from his address Sunday
night, we "predict that in a few years
he will be one of the leading evange-

ists of the country. Mr. Mcintosh

s an ex-Deer Trail boy and a brother

of Robert Mcintosh and Miss Jessie

Mcintosh of this city.

C.

based on 4-inch minimum. Less tnan

lour Inches will take higher rate
which will be furnished upon application.

Heading; Sotieeat 5 cents per line for I meeting, begs to report that I recom-

subsequent insertion. One change a
week allowed on readers without extra

comnosition charges.

Legal advertisements it legal rates.

Ocala Lodge No. 19. Conventions

held every Monday evening: at 7:30

'clock at the castle hall, over the G:

Greene Co. drugstore. A cordial

velcome to visiting brothers.

Tom Proctor, C C.
Chas. E. Sage, K. of R. & S

OCALA LODGE No. 286, B. P. O. E.

Considering the fact that Admiral

von Tirpitz was a rather unsuccessful I include any entertainment

sea warrior, are we not giving tooifcrmance given by local persons for 12 pounds of sugar for one dollar,

much space to his opinions? I the benefit of any local organization with a dollar's worth of other eroc

purpose, nor shall the word 'car- eries for cash, Saturday and Monday

Ocala Lodge No.286, Benevolent

and Protective Order of Elks, meets

the second and fourth Tuesday eve-

pings of each month. Visiting b re th

en always welcome. Lodge rooms

upstairs over Troxler's and the Book

Shop, 113 Main street.

C Y. Miller. E. R.

Tuesday is George Washington's nival' for the purposes of this ordi-

i iu j o- r 1 r I ...

uirtnuay. do lar as we Know, vieurge nance include any performance or

is tire only American who was ever

accused of being absolutely truthful.

nly. Phone 377.

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

performances given or conducted in
the enclosure of the Marion County

Fair Association during the period

for the benefit of suckers, we wisn that such fair is being held"

our contemporaries would print the

startling fact that there is no wire

running thru Ocala that carries
'formation about the races.

The amendment took all the sense

and strength out of the ordinance.

in"The school children did not need it-

they can call their entertainments

garden parties or any one of half a

Frank and Jesse James, despite the dozen other names, and the people

glamor ot dime novel romance will So just the same. Their part of

around them, were only border ruf- it was nrobablv nut in as a Dretext.

nans, but we doubt that they would All the objectionable features that

1 .1 .1. H 1 I I

nave aone sucn a cowaraiy aeea as ine appear in a carnival are those out at

snooting aown oi two unarmea men Dy the fair- grounds. The Star has con

auto bandits in Jacksonville Wednes- suited with many people, most of our
day night. I leading- business men. and scores from

the country, and they are sore on the

The girls of Bainbridge, Ga., resent way lne gamblers got by at the last

i i il i -r -ii. tt 1.

me imputation mat j acK, tne nugger, fatr. if there is any more of it,

is insane, we picks out tne good-

lookine ones always. Orlando Re

porter-Star,

Every girl who has been hugged

thinks she is good looking and she

generally is.

GREAT

ORGAN

RECITAL

Tulula Lodge No. 22, I. O. O. FM

meets every Tuesday evening at the

Odd Fellows hall at the corner 'of

brt King Ave. and Osceola street. A

warm welcome always extended to

isiting brothers!

T. C. Carter, N. G.
H. R. Luff man. Secretary.

MARION-DUNN MASQNIC LODGE

there won't be any more fair.

STRAIGHT-FROM THE SHOULDER

c

The Palm Beach Post talks straight

from the shoulder when it says:

are il l : 1 :i v

Wp !.rp wrv of tfc nlH.timP man. ix ",UI" uuuw,l w"u IC cxl'

j I j j a i. i : v I

ner of discussing the tariff. The tariff 1,1 tuc WI" "f ve y

has been made a sectional question and "ns"ouTv i
has done more to keep .north and deeding f or themselves, they show no

cmith anart than nnw ntlier ieeno. Tt.

has entered into and embittered re. or class that would show concern, for

Uo.5n nnrl affair. Will t.bp A are Utterly irresponsible. JNO

people of America never get over be- f"" V isk

in iue nquur uusmesa, uutuiweu uy me

fundamental law of the nation and up-

ing foolish about it?

Gov. Hardee wants the press

0fheld by supreme court decisions

the state to help him in persuading the

They are making trouble for more

legislature to reapportion Florida. We than themselves, for they are making
don't have to work on Marion's repre- trouble, &r every citizen andto a de-

committed to the gree almost unparalleled, wnat tne

outcome win De is as certain as tnat

sentatives, who are

policy, but if the. governor wants us

to fire a broadside at some butthead
from an unfortunate county, he has

only to send us his name.

MINOR C. BALDWIN
CONCERT ORGANIST
oi
New York City
at the

The county school board is in spe

cial session today, paying off the
teachers for their last month's work.
The members of the school board are
really a hunch of soft-hearted old

or later be found hanging from the

limbs of trees as rapists and as other

vile creatures are hanged.

"There are more decent, law-abiding

4-- I 1 iV. Ci- U I

ur' r : sw, .r ; V leggers and drunkards. Bootleggers

there is a God in heaven. Men who
now walk the streets in confidence and

securitv and who are accented in

gatherings of good citizens despite FIRST BAPTIST f HI IRCH

tneir uniawiui occupations win sooner

Ocala. Florida

that some of the teachers did not have

a sou markee apiece, they decided that
was really too distressful a state of

affairs to continue.

TUESDAY, FEB. 22
at 8 p. m.
Silver Offering

and drunkards do appear to have the

upper hand in several Florida com

munities just now; greed for money
and the vice of drunkenness have
HrnlroTi Hawti tha mrt-rol ctaminn tf a

ucaia &tar writes or syncnronizmg numhar nf h

jit;i itt 1 i 1 i- 1 J

mi euiLui neve nau a iui. ui cm i . .. t n.i I . .

and iFMijr ivuupicu treat ior me people 01 ucaia

Kwu laawiers, oui, cunuiuuns wm ,O00rll.oJ KKTl V PIT

This recital, offering an

decent unusually excellent musica

criticized, eulogized, paralyzed

v hypnotized, but we never synchronized

one. St. Petersburg Times.

Just wait until the Gainesville News
and the Tampa Tribune print one at

" l 1 i e 4-u:

bttter better at whatever cost. a"u l"c pi ulceus die ui mci

"St. Lucie county has been notorious benefit. Dr. Baldwin IS

. a a a -w 1 I A. A F Z a.

as a bootleggers' neaaquarters. uut concert OreauiSL OI inter

Z;Z7ZZoZs rommZ LJ".".. national KPUtation and one

dee's tactics used t, say. You have t" '7 f the Very few really SUpe

lots of experiences coming to you yet. MU?C A'law and order Vaguc ap. HOr Organists HOW touring

pears to be in process of organization I America.

it is not our I lorida people who are not a law and order leaeue promoted

committing the murders and robberies Uy weak-kneeded church members and

reported m Florida almost every day. .2 by chUrch hypocrites who
It's the "bad men" from northern sell or drinlc between the Sun-

cities, but they dont know how to be Ljay prayer meetintr and the Wednes

bad unless they have things all their lay prayer meeting; but a league of

own. way. if they begin another win- virile men.

ter like they have carried thru this "The theory of municipal law is that

one, Florida should declare an-open Uts operation shall be open, the accus

season on them. If the crackers ever pi Ponfronted bv his accusers and tried

go after them, they will be scarce for jn open court. But law has broken
future years. down in several Florida communities,

and primitive .methods are required.

Mrs. W. H. Felton, of Lartersviile, ihe St. Lucie county method seems

left Monday for St. Augustine, rlsu, to revert to the vigilantes days of

UNUSUAL JOIlDITIOti

Texas Lady Suffered With Puffin

and Aching Pains in Her Back,
Which Cardm ReCered.

where she goes by invitation to visit California and other western states,

where the identity of the avengers of
law was withheld. If criminals and
spineless citizens force on Florida the
Ku Klux Klan and the vigilantes it

will be a bad thing, but it will be bet better
ter better than tolerance with present con conditions,
ditions, conditions, "In Vicksburg, Miss, Memphis,
Tenn., New Orleans and Cincinnati,
years ago, criminals and near-criminals
offended decent opinion to a
breaking point. Bootleggers and
whisky-runners in Florida are bring bringing
ing bringing about a sentiment that will sup support
port support the hanging, whipping and tarr tarring
ing tarring and feathering of dozens of well well-dressed
dressed well-dressed vagrants who now infest this
state."

iTesident-elect Harding. It is said

that Mrs. Felton will outline to the

president-elect the views of Southern

women on national and international

affairs. Augusta, Ga., Chronicle

Mrs. Felton is one of the smartest
women in the South and if Mr. Hard Hard-irg
irg Hard-irg will listen she can give him an
earfull worth having.

The Bushnell Times sensibly winds
up an argument this way: "The Tam Tampa
pa Tampa Tribune has gotten into an argu argument
ment argument aboutdancing with a man who
evidently has read the quotation as
it is sometimes given, 0n with the
dance, let joy be 'unrefined The
.Tribune believes it should be 'uncon 'uncon-Cned,
Cned, 'uncon-Cned, and believes in the saying that
'evil to him who evil thinks. We are
not going to get mixed up in this

Eighty-seven feet above the union
station, Henry Gordon place. 17-3t

Houston, Texas. Mrs. C D. Cook, of

1911 Whltty Street, this city, recently

aid: "About four months after my

marriage, Ix . began suffering much

pain, and knew that my condition was

unusual, but couldn't just decide what

was wrong. I had to go to bed

"All across my back and hips were
pains, pulling and aching until I could

hardly sit up. I stayed In bed a few
days. My husband had heard of Car Car-do!
do! Car-do! ... so I told him he might get it.

"After I had taken Cardul a few

days, I was up. I took five bottles and
haven't been In bed since for this

trouble, for if I have the least symp symptoms
toms symptoms of this trouble I get Cardol and

take it in time.

""I nave a numtr of friends wh3

have used Cardul, and they recommend

It Terr hlzhlr.

The exoerienee of this Texas lady

is similar to that related by thousands

of other women.
Cardul Is purely vegetable, and mild

nd rentle in its action, cardul may

be the very medicine you need If suf suf-(rin
(rin suf-(rin -with wom&nlT troubles.

Tax Cardul. NOlS

KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS

ORGANIZATION

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

Munroe & Chambliss National Bank

ODD FELLOWS

Marion-Dunn Lodge No. 19, F. & A.

M., meets on the first and third

rhursday evenings of each month at

7:30 o'clock until further notice.

J. R. Dey, W. M.
B. L. Adams, Secretary.

MiLiUFply

Expert

ONET OF FLORIDVS-IiSST GARAGES

Tires

Accessories

Gas andjOil

storage

3j? Accessories storage
) Main Street, Opposite Foundry ... OCALa, FLORIDA

I

SIP

UGAR SATURDAY AND MONDAY

12 pounds of sugar for one dollar,

vith a dollar's worth of other groc-

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

ATTENTION, U. C. T.

All brothers of the Florida Council

No. 553, United Commercial Travelers

as well as visiting members of the

order are requested to be on hand at

the initiation ceremonies in the

Knights of Pythias hall, Ocala this
evening at 8 o'clock.

F. B. Biddulph, Sec'y.

BANKS WILL BE CLOSED

WASHINGTON'S BIRTHDAY

..-

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fcm tor

Saturday Evening
and Monday

Special purchase of fine Nainsook Lace Trimmed
Chemises in White and Flesh, sold
' regularly S2.50
Special for Saturday and Monday

$0$)

'Eadln

The Fashion Center

.

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

TAX ASSESSOR'S ITIXERART

No.

19.
13.
10.
10.

February, 1921
..Eastlake. 18th Morning-
. .Weirsdaie. 18th Afternoon
..Moss Bran. 21st Morninj?

Electra, 21st Afternoon

11. . .Ljrnne. 22nd Mominr

11. .. .Conner, 22nd .-.Afternoon
13....Burbanlt, 23rd Morning
13.... Fort McCoy, 23rd Afternoon
27.... Eureka, 24th Morning
14.... Orange Springs. 24th. .Afternoon
l....Citra, 25th Morning
2C....8parr, 25th Afternoon
17.... Anthony, 28th Momiirg
1.... Ocala All of March
I have ibeen unable to get assessment
blanks, thus the delay In publishing my
Itinerary.. I want-to urge every tax taxpayer
payer taxpayer to meet me and make returns of
his property. W. I COLBERT.
21-5t-wky Tax Assessor.

NOTICE

February 16th, 1921.
The annual meeting of the stock

holders of Rheinauer & Co. will be

held at the office of the company on
March 8th. at 8 p. m.. to elect officers

and attend, to any other business that
may come before the meeting.

16-tf W. A. Wilds, Sec'y.
Star ads. bring in shekels.

Where a delicate organ

the eye is concerned
best possible atten-

tion is advisable.

Consult

DR. K. J. WEIHIV
Optometrist and Optician
Eyesight Specialist

like
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MACHINE
For All Cars
SFFICIENT WORKMEN,
PROMPT SERVICE
REASONABLE CIIARGES

GEO. J. WILLI AM S j
Formerly Carroll Motor Company -,
Garage, Osceola St. f
Phone 597 Nlghl 408

NEEDDAM MOTOR CO.
General Auto Repairing
and Storage
Gasoline, Oils and Grease
Agents for
SCRIPPS-BOOTH SIX
Oklawaha Ave. & Orange St
Phone 252

MS

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Merchants count it

ment where returns are

and provable.

an invest-

actual

The expense of maintenance is
comparatively rmsrtjfyrmxt.

AUTO SALES CO.,
Mack Taylor
Ocala, ii., i ili

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OCALA EVENING STAB, SATURDAY; FEBRUARY 19. 1321

X

AUCTION PARTY

-There have been many and all sorts

of pretty parties given this Valentine

The Christian Science Society
of Ocala, Florida
invites you and your friends to a
Free Lecture on Christian Science
:' X-' by
7 Bliss Knapp, C. S. B., of Bookline, Mass.
Member of the Board of Lectureship of the Mother Church
Tim Fi ret f.hirreh of Christ Scientist in Boston. Mass.

, tables for the games of auction placed

TTlv Ofl 1Q01 Q -rx ty- I m T Ck T hootro ir. the reeention hall and parlor. Wild

v kb w a m m r wmww.kTwmww.i

MISS BAUKMGHT HONORED

(Jacksonville Metropolis, 18th)

Mrs .William Bauknlght entertained

wee and tne auction pariy yesieToay jast eveniug at a lovely miscellaneous
afternoon given by Mrs. Leta C. Ben-sfcower honor of her 8ister.in-law.
nett at her home in compliment to herjM:ss Ruby Banknight, who will

two sisters, Mrs. ueorjre 4sronS be married on Monday the 21st to Mr.
and Mrs. E. F. Fitch of Savannah, was j j rnrmll of V1a

among the most delightful and unique
of them alL

The rooms on the lower floor of this

spacious home were thrown open en

suite yesterday and there were seven

The entire lower floor, which open opened
ed opened en suite, was decorated with a pro profusion
fusion profusion of cut flowers, palms and ferns,
rcee and white colors predominating.
Little Pearl Houser gave several
readings which delighted the guests
and Diano and victrola music was also

lossoms and lovely cultivated flowers j ec;oyei throughout the evening.

enhanced the coziness of the rooms. xv- bri(e was presented with a

Receiving the guests at tne ironi lovely each est

8tt

Beautify and increase
the value of yrur place..
Illustrated catalogue
with planting directions
free. Write for copy
today.

GLEN ST. MARY NURSERY CO. GLEN ST. MARY, FLA.

iMiiitiiiiiiiiiiHMiiiiiiiininiMnniiiiiiiii!4Uuuna

ROSES
PALMS

FRUIT
TREES

g dcor and relieving them of their raps ; quested to vice for a
were two lovely little ladies, Nancy tride Uttle Miss Houser, who was

MEANS MONEY SAVING TO YOU

Camp and isallie ritcn. :urs. tsennetx dressed in a lovely white organdie

with the honorees and Miss Ward of ruffle frock, took the guests by sur sur-Savannah
Savannah sur-Savannah greeted the guests on their prise when she descended the stairs,
entrance into the reception hall. vrith. a ioveiy basket of white, tied

The hostess had cleverly depicted W!th a large rose-colored bow. and

the valentine idea. Upon the fancy 1 vrhile reciting an original verse pre pre-card
card pre-card table covers there were score !sentej tve honoree with "th IovpW

pads centered with a red heart a gifts.
large red pencil to mark the scores.; A delicious ice course was served

Then the refreshment?, which consist-Uith food cakj, the mTul

ed of chicken salad, celery stuff ed j white color motif hinir rarri Ant

with cheese and nuts, hot biscuits, jMiss May Martin, sister of the hos-

cj ackers and olives and the raspberry j tess Hazel Swearingen and Mazie

" "" "" "" W V Nr w" V V.

"OUR .AIM !"
We are striving to give the very best service that can possibly be given
to our customers and friends.
The officers of the Bank are anxious to talk over the conditions that con confront
front confront us, and help you to plan your finances, so as to make a success of your
business.
-
Call on us when in need of advice or funds. We fully realize the import importance
ance importance of lending money, as well as accepting deposits.
THE OCALA NATIONAL BANK

Resources More Than a Million.'

For the next THIRTY DAYS we will sell most
of the articles in our store at and below cost.

We have many hardware articles that we will & vaughen was the winner of the first janj Mrs. D. J. Kerrison.

ice and mints carried out me rea Driggers served. Mrs. Bauknight

color motif. j was assisted in lnok

At the conclusion of tne games ana j pleasure of her guests by her mothei.

during the serving ot reiresnments, Mrs. H. B. Martin. Miss Mary Swear-

Mrs. Clarence Camp took up the scores ingen Mrs. Lena Foster, Mrs. F. G.

and it was louwi that .miss Kitue Rauknicht. mother of the honnr

let o 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.
We are selling out of these things, get our
prices. We have stock powders, Fenole and disin disinfectants.
fectants. disinfectants. We also have the following for sale
cheau. one Royal Typewriter, one Neostyle, two

pair of scales, four bins for grocery store, one office

other usefuLarticles.

klk SEED Tffi

prize, which was a dainty piece ot nn-, Those enjoying the hospitality of

gene. Miss Lmiiy fctoteshury was tnc hostess, were Miss Ruby Kauk Kauk-presented
presented Kauk-presented with a hook mark as conso- j njght, honoree. Mrs. F. G. Bauk Bauk-lation
lation Bauk-lation prize and to. the honorees Mrs. j night, Mrs. i. J. Mullancy, Mrs. G.

liennett presented exquisite oiana- DeGrasse Schuyler, Mrs. P. J. Evans,

made handkerchiefs. j Mrs. H. R. Martin. Mr.. Tnii

lhe following were present: 3irs. jThomnson. Mrs. D. J. Kerrison. Mrs.

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E. C. Camp. Mr. Jack Camp,' Mrs.

Clarence Camp, Mrs. William llocker,

Mrs. R. S. Hall, Mrs. Frederick llock llocker,
er, llocker, Mrs. R. L. Anderson Jr., Mrs. H.

C. Dozier, Mrs. Charles Lloyd, Mrs

Mason Cooke, Mrs. Harvey Clark,
Mrs. Harry Borland. Mrs. Alison

Wartmann and Mioses Emily Stotes-

bury, JJettie Camp, Ludie Smith, Aline
Ward, Kitty Vaughn, Elizabeth Davis,

Bessie and Winifred Goedecke and

Alice Bullock- Mrs. Bertha Steven

son of England and Mrs. Lewis Shep

hard of Chicago joined the auction

players at the refreshment hour,

DINNER PARTY LAST EVENING

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New Styles
Pattern
Street
Hats

Drstinctiveness in Every Hat
In our new spring line of Millinery you
will find all the late models and also all
the pretty new shades. We have a
-complete line of materials from which
we can make you any design you choose.
Call and see us,
ELITE SHOP
Mrs. R. T. Weaver, Mrs, E. DeCamp
"Ocala, House Block

Frank Ironmonger, Mrs. R. A. Mul-

holland, Mrs. W. T. Pennington, Mrs.

11. B. Shaw, Mrs. Janette Thornton
of Chicago; Mrs. C. W. Bauknight,
Mrs. H. J. Klutho, Mrs. M. L. Las Las-tinger,
tinger, Las-tinger, Mrs. Lena Foster, Mrs. Floyd
Weeks, Mrs. Carl Boyle, Mrs. Clarke
Pellicer, Misses Mary Swearingen,
Hazel Swearingen, Mae Martin, Val Valentine
entine Valentine Adams, Beckie McLean and

Fiances Rawls.

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So cleverly and well planned to the

most minute detail was the dinner

party at the Harrington Hall last eve

ning, given by Mrs. TZ H. Van Engel-

ken in honor of her daughter, Mrs.

J. W. Rowntree f Iowa, that it prov-'

ed an occasion of great pleasure to
those who were so fortunate as to be
numbere damong the guests.

Shortly before the designated hour,

six o'clock, the guests hegan arriving

end they were met in the lobby by

Mrs. Van Engelken and Mrs. E. L.

Carney, who showed them to the first

floor, where Mrs. Rowntree and Miss
Alice Bullock met them and took
their wraps and where they waited

until the arrival of all the guests.

Promptly at six o'clock the guests

repaired to the dining room, where

g ene table in the center of the room

had been tastily decorated for six-

teen"v guests, who found their places
by cards' done in a national patriotic
design, designating the approach of

the birthday of one of our greatest

A GENCY

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Baptist
Rev. C. L. Collins. D. D., Pastor
9:45 a. m. Sunday school.

11 a. m. Worship and sermon,

"The Measure of God's Love."
6:30 p. m. Junior B. Y. P. U.
6:30 p. m. Senior B. Y. P. U.
7:30 p. m. Popular evening serv service
ice service with sermon, "Rotten Morals."
Episcopal
John J. Neighbour, Rector
Second Sunday in Lent
7:30 a. m. :Holy communion.
9:45 a. m. Sunday school.

11 a. m. Morning prayer and ser

mon.
No evening services.

Lenten service on Monday at 4:30

p. m.
Methodist
C. W. White, Pastor

9:45 a. m. Sunday school. L. W. I

Duval, superintendent.

11 a. m. Preaching. Subject, "Why

! Peter Backslid."
j 6:30 p. m. Senior League.

1 7:30 p. m. Preaching. Subject,
"Universalism and Hell." Special

The Man Who Shot the Fox
Sir Gilbert Z.Ckestertm
ShooU a ion right his father's wrongs ? Sappos
you dixeoverrd the fortune your father left you be belonged
longed belonged to another, would jou-hke Sir Arthur
pass on the title to a whole village for the honor of
the family? Would tou. like Mania Irving. hv,
in distress, with his black joke f being- right?
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We Make a Specialty of Parts for the Buick and the
Consistent with the Cost of Same.

Prices are

Strangers welcome to all services.

a
Christian
J. G. Waggoner, Pastor

10 a. m. The Bible school studies

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When the guests were seated they I mu,sic D7 tne cnoir'

viewed with pleasure the patriotic j
decorations on the table. In the cen-
ter of the table was a huge cut glass j
vase filled with white roses and in

terminerled eracefullv was a narrow!

piece of red, white and blue ribbon. I tne lessons of "The Ten Virgins.

iAlso gold letters were placed at each a. m. bermon on ine tnns

ninrA arA tVip ri!fi;tc -fr nskpH t.oitians Allies.

find out what they spelled and form-j 7:30 p. m. An address

ed the words Georee Washington. 'Gospel.

Daintv baskets tied with red. white Services resume their regular order

tur.d bliie ribbons and filled with candy iafter our splendid little meeting, and

ma nntc wpro at mo h nlar-P a cordial welcome is extended to an

The following menu was enjoyed: meetings

Oyster cocktail, boullion, fish, turkey, j

sage dressing, cream potatoes, cran- j
berries, asparagus on toast, olives J
and celery, fruit salad, ice cream, cake j

and coffee.

Leaving the dining room, Mrs. Van

Engleken and her guests went to the

I Temple theater to view the pictures.

Mrs. Rowntree, formerly

Ocala's most popular and

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OUT of the
RED RAYS
THERE biil"fn r itself r.p in those livid
colorings was a gnost-like form
Netta Maisiieiu- writhing, he r head pulled
back, across h-.r mouth a cloth, her wrists
twisting vainly to escape from spectral
hand emanating from Ahmed Hassan's
body.
In a story as tense as the most dramatic of
Poe's, F. Britten Austin tells how Becquerel
'N" rays and their emanation from the
.human ldy a -scientific reality make it
possible for everyone to read the mind See
The Red Rays of Ahmed Hassan
Hp F. Kritte Austin
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Snow-Blind
Pf Art A nt Stricter
SighUcss. she awakened in the poet of Laird,
outlawed bootlegger. One hand pulled awwj her
hat hor great-coat long eoppeTy fingers tore
am-ay Ker waist. Then came ber beseeehinc cry.
How far puld that cry po back? Could it awaken
the f.!t-ping choata of a degraded man's youth T
I Ve I he cal I of one's race ever die ? Arthur Stringer
gives his answer in Snow-Blind.
In HEARSTS f"r MARCH

. Is a Wife a Slave?
Bp Arnold Btnmttt
Would you rather be your wife or her unmarried
sister? la it true that a woman cannot be happy?
What, for example, do you think are the greatest
obstacles between your own wife and complete
contentment? Search for the flaws of the married
relationship with Arnold Bennett
In HEARSTS for MARCH

I Keep Going to Jail
Hp Wait Maon
Vetting With Your Daily Bread
Bp r. S. Senator Arthur Capper
What About Red Hair
Scienc of the Month
I Show Faith the Village
Hp Virginia Terhun Van d Water
. The Little Red Foot
Hp Robert r. Chamber
The Woman God Changed
Hp iMmn Bpmm
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11 a. m. Morning worship.
Organ prelude.
Doxology.
Invocation.

Hvmn. "Come. We that Love the

one ofi Lord," etc.
beloved Scripture lesson, I. Peter 2:1-25.

ycung ladies, has many friends in the! Hymn, "Lord of All Being, Ihroned

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first visit home since her marriage, a j
most cordial crreetir.fr, and the dinner i

party last evening at -which she was

the honoree, was enjoyed hy the fol-;

lowing, who are under obligations toj
Mrs. Van Engelken for a most pleas-!

ar.t evening, namely: Mrs. William

Kocker, Mrs. Fred Hocker, Mrs. 1

W. Duval, Mrs. E. L. Carney, Mrs.
E. T. Helvenston, Mrs. H. F. Watt,
Mrs.r. S. Trantham, Mrs. R. N. Dosh,
Mrs. Harry Walters, Mrs. J. T. Lan Lancaster
caster Lancaster and Misses Adele Bittinger,
Mary McDowell, Katherine Living

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GIVE SUCCESSFUL PLAY AGAIN

.At the Woman's Club house Mon Monday
day Monday evening, Feb. 21st, the eighth
grade pupils of the public school will
repeat the play they so successfully
gave, two weeks aro at the high
school, when it was found the room
was entirely too small to accommo accommodate
date accommodate the audience. The play will be
given under the auspices of the edu educational
cational educational committee of the Woman's
Club. A large crowd is expected and
those who attend will not be disap disappointed
pointed disappointed for the writer was present and
things it well worth seeing the second
time.

Offertory.
Prayer (congregation standing).
Quartet, "Drifting."
Sermon. "Consecrated Persons."

Hymn, "Praise the Lord, ye Heavens

Adore Him," etc.
Benediction.
Closing prayer.
Organ postlude.
7:30 p. m. Evening worship
Organ prelude.

Hymn, "I was a Wandering Sheep

Prayer (congregation standing).

Hvmn. "Prince of Peace, Control

My Will," etc.
Scripture lesson, Mark 10:32-52.

Hvmn. "If. Through Unruffled

Seas." etc.

Solo. "A Song of Praise" Miss Bui

lock.
Sermon, "The Divine Standard

Greatness."
Hymn, "Make Haste, O
Live," etc.
Benediction.
Closing prayer.
Organ postlude.

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Room 5. Merchant's Block
11 o'clock Sundays Sundays-Wednesday
Wednesday Sundays-Wednesday evening meeting
o'clock.

Jacksonville 1 :3

Jacksonville 4:15 pm
Tampa-

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4:45 mn Gainesville 11:50 am

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Tuesdav. Tharaday. Saturdav

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Dont a3 to visit the Guarantee

Clothing & Shoe Company. Every

8 thing we sell is guaranteed. Were

fighting for QUALITY not prices, tf

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ocala Evening kixk, Saturday, February 19. mi

upai A nnpiinntrinPQ

UunLn uuuumimuLU
If you have any society items,
rJ-fiTii to live-one.
I :
Mrs. Byrd Odum of Albany, Ga is
the guest of Mrs. J. H. Therrill for
tf-verai weess.
O. H. S. Carnival is only one week
off, Friday. and Saturday nights, Feb.
2Cth and 26th. It
Miss Sue Moore is entertaining t;
her hnme this afternoon nfimp of the I lit
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visitors to the city and their hostesses. J ff
The greatest musical event-of the I
season will be the Dine orcan recital
at the First Baptist church, Tuesday J J
night, Feb. 22, 8 p. m., by Dr. Minor
C. Baldwin of New York. 18-3t
Studebaker seven-passenger car, for
sale; new tires; pnce $225. Spencer Spencer-Pedrick
Pedrick Spencer-Pedrick Motor Co., Buick dealers, tf
The literary branch of the Metho
dist church will meet with Mrs. J. H.
Therrill Monday afternoon at four
o'clock.
Get out from under the burden of
rent. Own your own home. Monday,
21st is the time. Henry Gordon's
place. It
W. K. Lane, M. D physician and
Rjrgeon, specialist eye, ear, nose and
throat. Office over, 5 and 10 cent store, I JA
Ocala, Fla. Adv. tf
Miss Eloise Henry will entertain I
I CUiCIballl I
the members of the "A" club and a
few additional friends especially for
b a
Miss Katherine Wilheit Monday eve eve-ring
ring eve-ring at her home.
If you enjoy real music rendered by
a master, hear Minor C. Baldwin, of L.
New York, Ocala Baptist church,
luesaay, reD. zz, o p. m. is-oc
. There's no extra charge for clan clan-ng
ng clan-ng your fish at the city fish market.
Phone 158. tf
Mr. Harry Stein of Jacksonville,
kn ex-Ocala boy, is being greeted by
his many friends on his visit to the
city, a guest at the home of his sis sister,
ter, sister, Mrs. Paul Theus.
As a strengthening tonic there is
nothing better than Nux and Iron
Tonic Tablets, $1 per bottle of 100
tablets at Gerig's Drug Store. Guar Guar-antted
antted Guar-antted or money back. tf
Organ recital at First Baptist
cnurch, Tuesday, "February 22, at 8
p. m.,. Minor. C. Baldwin, World's Fair
ovgan sojoist. 18-3t
-Mr. and Mrs. camp of 'ranRlin,
a., ieit yesterday aiternoon lor tneir
1 t a 1
nome alter a pleasant weeK's visit
m tne city, guests atrthe home of Mr.
ina Mrs. jacK Lamp.
Stop, Tbok and listen! Stop at tlie
Henry Gordon place and look at those
ueauiuui lols- sten lo ine aucuon-
ter jvionaay, zist, ana Duy a nome. it
i
Try a real ORANGEADE, made f
fresh oranges while you wait, at the
rnarmacy. A'"dl
The queen election for the high
school carnival will come to an end
at 10 o'clock tonight. You should cast
your vote for any of the high school
girls before that hour.
The Murphy Motor Company has
inaugurated a new feature in the auto-
mobile game in Ocala by staging f or
oauiraay an auction oi reouut cars at
r.s garage on iNonn fliara street.
uon c lau to visit tne uuarantee
3Jothing & Shoe Company. Eyery-
1 11 A. J TIT.,
T t 1 I 1 t 1
mil? we sew is guanuiietu. were
ghting for QUALITY not prices, tf
x ne inspirational meeting oi tn
auxiliary of the Presbyterian church
will be held Monday afternoon at 4
o'clock at the church with Mrs. Geo.
' W. Cleveland as leader.
Urasp old opportunity by the fore
lock Monday at the sale of the Henry
Gordon place.
19-lt
No one as ever denied it, but w
hm.( : ,! iV.i n-j
'"V reu-
ciai ureau is tne uest maue. reaerai
Bakery, Ocala House block. 15-6t
. jjllrand Mrs. G. C. Terry of Louis Louisville,
ville, Louisville, Ky., who have been on a visit
for the past month with their sister,
Mrs. R. L. Martin at Lake Weir, left
tor their home yesterday.
Only fresh ripe oranges are used in
making ORANGEADE at the Court
Pharmacy. The-most delicious drink
iv town. ;
17
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Meet me at the
union Station, Ocala, lor a
regular
dinner family style. Best dinner in
the state for-75c. Eat and drink all
you want. Time for dinner 11 a. m. to
2:30 p. m. Owned and operated by
Americans. tf
Friends of the family xf Mr. and
Mrs. J. P. Ausley of Citra. will regret
to learn that they lost their home last
nighty by .fire. The property was in insured'
sured' insured' with Mr. L. T. Izlar of this city.
If you want amusement Monday
evening, go around .to ; the Woman's
Club house and witness the eighth
grade play that made such a hit two
weeks ago. You will not be disap disappointed.
pointed. disappointed. 19-2t

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The subscription dance at the
Woman's Club last evening was an en-
L.M. v.nt of th& week. Although
i few COuDles present
U dancin g spent a merry and con-
genial evening.
A freshment of Norris' famous can candies
dies candies just in at the Court Pharmacy. 3t
The Ocala people who have not tried
Federal Balcery cinnamon rolls have
something to look forward to. They're
delicious. 15-6t
Mr. and Mrs: Arthur Williams and
two daughters of Arcadia have arriv
ed in Ocala to spend a few ,days as
the guests of Mr. George Maughs and
Mrs. Clifford Ayer and family at the
home of the former.
Hot Boston Baker Beans per quart,
30 cents, Boston Brown Bread per
leaf, 25 cents, Saturday night at
CARTER'S BAKERY.
18-2t
Cahbace and lettuce nlants for sale.
H p g, c.n 9-tf
Mrs. D. H. Bowly and Mrs. J. R
McSherry of Virginia, arrived in the
.a
few davs as the quests of Mrs. H. W.
n Mrs. Bowlv visited In the citv
,ast and made many friends who
will learn with pleasure of her return
Hot Rnston Raker Beans ner auart.
U Afa Tjnitnn nrnvn Rrpad ner
h 25 cents, Saturday night at
CARTER'S BAKERY. 18-2t
You. can alwavs tret fresh or salt
water fish 0ySters, shrimp, etc, at
the City Fish Market on Fort
King
avenue.
Phone 158.
tf
Judge and Mrs. W. S. Bullock left
this afternoon for Tampa for a brief
visit. Judge Bullock goes especially
to attend the meeting of the Hills-
borough Bar Association, whiclTis a
hgrffA nf tn,Vht TW will he
quests of their daughters. Mrs.
Geo.
" O
R. McKean and Mrs. C.
V. Miller.
Ynn ap4, vor fiRANfiFADT! beini?
L,ade from fresh ripe oranges at the
Ci.nrt Phnrmupv. 17-3t
The next time you ride by the
Henry Gordon place fronting Orange
avenue will be sold Monday 21st. It
Hfieaoe Reei nnrl Winifred Gne-
I , Ma v rnnnAtt
tomorrow a month's isit
in the city, guests of Mrs. Clarence
Camp and daughter. Miss Nettie
Camp. Few visitors to Ocala have
I r-
been feted ag extensively as these two
young ladies and the many friends
they have made here regret their de
parture, but trust they will at an early
date return to the city for another
and longer stay.
If you want bean seed way below
cost go to the Ocala Seed Store to
get them. 2-12-tf
If you want plow stocks, plows,
Docket knives, traces, sin trie trees.
I
j other hardware and crockery cheap,
tro to the Oral a Seed Rtrcre We nre
seiHng out. 2-12-tf
I
Mr. A. L. Ouaintance of Washing Washington,
ton, Washington, D. C, spent yesterday in the city
with his wife at the home of Mrs. W.
T. Gary, en route to Orlando, wherj
he will have his headquarters for the
next several weeks. Mr. Quaintance
holds -a responsible position in Wash
ington.
He is chief ethonologist in
the department of agriculture and has
charge of that branch of the work
that pertains to the insects and dis
eases of trees and fruits.
Nux and Iron Tablets will tone up
the sytsexn and give you strength.
Eottles of 100 at one dollar each at
Gerig's Drur Store. tf

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THERE is no better time to purchase Real Estate than at the time when good "real es es-tate
tate es-tate is ofifered for sale. If you are thinking of building a home, that time is your
great opportunity. You should take it.
w It 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.
DO YOU KNOW that Twenty Choice Lots in one of Ocala's select residential sections
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 a business man or a home seeker, this sale brings you an ex excellent
cellent excellent opportunity. Remember the date
... luTOWDAY, 21, AT 2:00 P. mb
CONDUCTED BY THE

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If your grocer does not furnish you
FEDERAL bread, call at the bakery
in the Ocala House block. 16-t
A silver offering is all it will cost
you to hear one of the world's best or organists
ganists organists at the First Baptist church,
Tuesday, February 22, at 8 p. m. Dr.
Minor C. Baldwin of New York, is the
visiting artist. 183t
Mr. and Mrs. David S. Bloch ar arrived
rived arrived in the city yesterday for a sev
eral weeks visit at the home of the
latter's sister, Mrs. W. F. Creson. Mr.
Bloch is connected with the J. B.
White. Co., who handle a full line of
musical instruments and pianos, such
as the upright, player and grand. Mr.
Bloch will commence some time next
week a sale of pianos at the store of
George MacKay & Co., Monday's pa paper
per paper will have a full page ad., which
will fully describe the sale.
Try a box of the new pack Norris
candies, "General Assortment" or
"Trophy" at the Court Pharmacy. 3t
Nunnally's and Liggett's Candies
reduced to ONE DOLLAR the pound.
at Gerig's Drue Store. tf
Room at the top. The Henry Gor
don property is the top of Ocala. Nuf
sed. It
One pf the attractive show windows
of the city is that recently equipped
at the George MacKay & Co. hard
ware store on North Magnolia street
with an electrical moving pedestal for
advertising a paint exhibit. It is en
tirely a homemade affair and is the
ingenious work of Mr. Reginald Mac
Kay, one, of the members of the firm.
While lie is rather shy of explaining
just how it was constructed one of the
clerks in the establishment says he
did not see the entire construction
but knows among the other "parts'
used were parts of an Ingersoll watch,
an electric fan, a Ford car, a baby
carriage and stovepipe. At any rate
it attracts attention to the exhibit
and shows the work of a genius in its
construction.
OPPORTUNITIES for many peo
ple Monday, Feb. 21, at the Henry
Gordon sale of lots. 17-3t
We always carry a full assortment
of Norris' famous candies in all size
packages. None better made. Court
at Gerig's Drug Store. tf
You will be more than delighted
when you try a box of our delicious
Log Cabin Candy, and our Martha
Washington Candy. THE VOGUE is
at your service. Phone 580 or 558 for
quick delivery of our QUALITY ICE
CREAM. 29-tf
Miss Callie Gissendaner returned
yesterday from her visit to Tampa,
accompanied by her sister, Mrs. O. H.
Eereer. Mrs. Berger expects ti be
joined by her husband this afternoon,
and together they will leave Sionday
fcr their new home in Birmingham.
A little colored boy was crushed to
death under one of Pillans & Smith's
trucks yesterday. The truck had goue
over on Tucker Hill, to deliver some
goods, and the boy, in the way many
children of his aee do, was trying to
take short rides on it, jumping on and
off the running board. The driver,
Chester Gurgerson, a steady and re reliable
liable reliable colored man, tried to make the
boy stay off. the truck, but the child
vrould not take warning. He was
stand in tr nn the truck, hanging on
with one hand and waving at some
other boys, when the truck was given
a jolt and the boy was thrown under
the wheels, one of them passing right
across the middle of his body. He
died soon after. It was decided the
driver was in no ways to blame.

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MORALS
Will be the subject of the
sermon by the Minister
Dr. Charles L. Collins
SUNDAY NIGET
7:30
FffiST ;
BAPTIST-
OPPOSITE POST OFFICE
Dr. Collins will also preach
at 11 a. m. on the theme.
"THE MEASURE OF GOD'S LOVE"
Come to the Pipe Organ
Recital by Dr. Minor G. Bald Baldwin,
win, Baldwin, of New York, next Tues
day night at 8 o'clock.
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GROCERY
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EXQUISITE -AND DIS DISTINCTIVE
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From Famous Paris and
American Ateliers
at the
AFFLECK
MILLINERY
PARLOR
. Ill E. Broadway
Near the Western USion
Plait Ktow
PANSIES AND ENGLISH DAISIES
Fine large plants in buds
and "bloom, $1 a doz. $6.50
per 100, f. o. b. express.
ROSE BUSHES
We have a fine stock of
j strong healthy two year old
varieties which grow and
i flower the best in Florida
cliina'te and soil.
Write for list and prices
HARDY PALMS

We are headquarters forJ
hardy Palms, all grown inj

Washingtonians, Cocos Aus
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I iruns, iiccuie itculus, Valium-
lerops and Sage Palms.
These can be transplanted
without loss of foliage.
25 years of experience back
of every plant we sell
! MILLS THE FLORIST
45 W.DnvalSt. Jacksonville Fla.
C. Cecil Bpyantj
lecccnUng and Auditing :
PHONE 332
L. ALEXANDER
PRACTICAL CARPENTER ANIi
BUILDER
Careful estimates made cn all co
tract work.' Gives more and better
work fir the money than any other
contractor in the city.
NOTICE
! Mr. G. B. Overton is now oar
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plans. Terms: half cath,
balance like rent Call and
talk it orer with us.
RAY & THOMSON
U: Abstract liuildin-
Ggo. MacKayS Co.
Funeral Directors
and Emb aimers
Two Licensed Embalmerg
Motor Funeral Cars
Private Morgue and Chapel
Day Phone 47
,Night Phone 515
G. B. Overton, Manager
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WILLIAM A. T1NSMAN
CONTRACTOR
Estimates Given Free
Phone 52G Ocala. Fla.
J. D. DAWKINS
ALL KINDS OF
FRESH "MEATS, FISI1
- and OYSTERS
EVERY
TUESDAY arid FRIDAY
Phone 519
111 W. Broadway'.
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Ocala, Florida
Our Specialty Is
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Between Ten Cent Store and Gerig's
Drag Store
Only by the most fortunate circum circumstances
stances circumstances was it possible to secure Dr.
Minor C Baldwin, of New York,-for
a "great orgsn recital at the First!
Baptist church here Tuesday night,
February 22. 13-Ct

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ILAR LOCAL NEEDS
Rates; Six line, maxinmpi. one time.
25c; three times. 50c six times, 75c;
one month, $3. Payable in advance.
:HERO-COLA WOOD YARD We are
prepared to furnish oak or pine
wood for either stove or fireplace
on short notice. We deliver your
money's worth promptly. Give us a
trial order, Chero-Cola Woodyard,
phone 167. 2G-lm
FOR SALE We have a surplus of
fifty head of horses and mules for
sale. You can' find stock suitable
for any purpose by applying at 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-lra
rOR 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, 1041 Liberty St,
Jacksonville, Fla. 9St
wire, eight loads of stable fertilizer,
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
, see home back of. fair grounds. 6t
WANTED A refined woman to keep
house for three; $20 a month, board
and washing. A good-home for the
right person. Address P. O. Box
250, Ocala, Fla. 18-St
WANTED Energetic man or
woman of sales ability to write
insurance for an old line Life In In-sarance
sarance In-sarance Co, of National reputa reputation.
tion. reputation. Liberal contract. Experience
not esAentiaL We have experienc experienced
ed experienced men to train you. P. O. Box
790; Orlando, Fla. 18-3t
FOUND On. Lake Weir road, a for
neck piece. Owner can have same
by identifying property and paying
for this ad. 18-5t
FOR SALE Porta Rico potato plants
$1.75 per thousand, 10,000 lot
$1.65.. Ready March 1st. The J. R.
-Davis Farms, Bartow, Fla. 18-St
WANTED Ambitious young men and
young women to fill good positions
. as. stenographers and bookkeeper.
We help you secure the positions
after you finish our course. For
further information address Jack Jacksonville
sonville Jacksonville Business College, Jackson Jacksonville,
ville, Jacksonville, Fla. J 19-lt
DIAMOND Stick pin, blue white
ftone, about one-third karat. $100
buys itf a sacrifice. Address. "E."
care of the- Star. 19-St
Don't fail to visit, the Guarantee
Cothing Sl Shoe Company. Every Everything
thing Everything we sll is guaranteed. We're
irhting for QUALITY not prices, tf
BUICK FOR QUICK SALE
Buick six Al shape; good tires, top,
etc; price $C25. Spencer-Pedrick
Motor Co, Ocala. Fla. 14-tf
FOR SALE
. A small electric motor and an air
fump or compressor. Address Box
109. Ocala, Fla. 14-4t
Hot Boston Baker Beans per quart,
30 cents, Boston Brown Bread per
loaf, 25 cents, Saturday night tt
CARTER'S BAKERY



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