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OCALA

EVENING

STAR

to
This mornings 50 degrees.
This afternoon,' 63 degrees.
WEATHER FORECAST
Cloudy tonight and Tuesday, prob probably
ably probably nun 'extreme north portion; not
much change in temperature.
VOL 27
OCALA, FLORIDA. MONDAY, FEBRUARY 21, 1921.
NO; 13

DRIVE FOR A 110,000 BUDGET
FOR THE BOARD OF TRADE WILL

HELPER TO HUGHES

Former Ambassador to Mexico
be Assistant Secretary
of State

Will

COtfflCE TOMORROW IIING

SHALL THE ONLY COMMERCIAL ORGANIZATION IN THIS SEC
TION OF THE STATE BE ADEQUATELY FINANCED?

SECOIID BIG STORM WORKING THIS WEEK

Now Sweeping Eastward Die! Heavy Problems of Policy and State

Cities of the North are Al- M ust be Cleared Awar

most Buried I by Hardin r

The Marion" County Board of Traae :
drive for $10,00 starts tomorrow 'a LECTURE ON
morning at 9 o'clock. The committee! CHRISTIAN SCIENCE
is determined to go "over the top" in!
the shortest possible time. If the
... . ... i Entitled, "Christian Science: The True

arive is a success, it is proposeu ui.j
A? it shall be the onlv drive that 'the I Standard of Right," by

it shall be the only drive that the

Board of Trade will make during the
year. A tentative budget an& pro program
gram program for 1921 have been published.
They will be ratified at a meeting to
be held at the close of the drive. It
has been pointed out that the Marion
County Board of Trade is the only
commercial organization in this coun county.
ty. county. The six fastest growing counties
in South Florida have thirty-eight
trade bodies among them. Shall the
only board of trade in Marion county
be adequately financed? The commit committee
tee committee will seek the answer to this ques question
tion question tomorrow.
The membership committee has
been. divided into three sub-committees
and each sub-committee will
cover a certain part of the city and
county. Mr. Russell Dehon is chair chairman
man chairman of the committee as a whole. The
sub-committees are as follows: No.
I, W. T. Gary, chairman, L. T. Izlar,
Robert MacKay, H. D. Stokes and L.
II. Pillans; No 2, Harvey Clark,
chairman, C. C. Balkcom, John Tay Taylor,
lor, Taylor, A. C. Cobb, H. A. Davies; No. 3,

C. G. Rose, chairman, F. W. Cook,

(Associated Press)
Washington, Feb. 21.-Henry P.
Fletcher, former ambassador to Mex Mexico,
ico, Mexico, is to be under secretary of state

in the Harding administration. The!

tender of the position was made thru
Chas. E. Hughes, whose selection as
secretary of state was announced Sat Saturday
urday Saturday by Mr. Harding. Formal accep acceptance
tance acceptance of the position offered him is
understood to be planned by Mr. Flet Fletcher
cher Fletcher immediately. Fletcher" is a na native
tive native of Pennsylvania.
WELTY LACKS WISDOM
Representative Welty. democrat, of
Ohio, appeared today before the House
judiciary committee demanding the
impeachment of Federal Judge Lan Lan-dis
dis Lan-dis for'high crimes and misdemean-

Member of the Board of Lectureship Jcrs" on account

of The Mother Church, The First the office of supreme

Thnrrh nf "Christ. Scientist fcn whil serving on the bench

Standard of Right," by Bliss

Knapp, C. S. B.

(Associated Press J (Associated Press)

Washington, Feb. 21. Another I St. Augustine, Feb. 21. President

snow storm over the greater portion I e!ectHarding began the last week of

of the territory east of the Mississippi I conferences today with several impor

and north of Tennessee to ,the North j tant questions regarding the make-up
Carolina line is probably tonight or J and first steps of hisvadministration

Tuesday, the weather bureau forceast 1 still undecided. Definite selections of

said today. Generally fair weather I three of the ten cabinet places are to

prevailed today after the storm of tc made and although the indications
Saturday 'night and yesterday. The are that Mr. Harding has about made
tr.ow fall yesterday was described by up his mind in regard to two of them,

the bureau as heavy in Maryland, lit is understood he is far from a final

eastern Pennsylvania, New York, New! choice on the most troublesome of all,
Jersey and New England. There was the secretaryship of the navy. He

sixteen inches of snow on the ground j also has most of his inaugural address

in Boston this morning. Nine deaths! to write during the week.

in New York city are directly attri attributable
butable attributable to the storm. Railroad and

cthe traffic in various" districts was.

of his acceptance of 77 '"nT ft" neral
erne arbiter of base- d to literally d.g themselves out

PICKED A LEMON
Mr. Harding has announced the se

lection of Daueherty for attorney

HAD PLENTY IIEHVE

Unknown Robber Took Money from
Bank Messenger in Business
Center of Memphis

(Associated Presj
Memphis, Feb. 21. An unidentified
man held up a messenger of the Mem Memphis
phis Memphis branch of the Federal Reserve
Bank as he was passing through the
courthouse square in the center of the
business district at noon today and
lobbed him of a satchel containing
fcbout $2700 in CBLrrency. After ad admonishing
monishing admonishing the messenger to keep on
going the man moved with the crowds
passing through the square and made
his escape.

STEPHENS ON TRIAL

of the drifts

in Boston, Massachusetts.,
Delivered Sunday, Feb.
20th. at the Temple
Theater

PROGRAM APPROVED I
Mr. Harding has approved the pro-'

gram of tariff and tax legislation fori

the extra session of Congress, com

POSTOFFICE NOTICE

BUSY DAY IN

JUDGE FUTCH'S COURT

Tuesday, Feb. 22nd, being a na-

prising two tariff bills, a temporary j

and

permanent measure with taxj

An Pv-mavnr of Now Ynrk dpHArpd Hegislation sandwiched in between,:

I -r -i m

not long ago that "a person who wants
to be honest nowadays must be a
crank on honesty." That is just a

forcible way of describing the present Jine-

conflict between good and evil, and the
extent to which one must go to main

tain his standard of right. Nations I t,-me 0j trouble,

and individuals have been aroused a5
i ever before to combat a movement

Chairman FnrHnpT nf th Hnuso wave

nr-d monn enmrniHoo unnAiinKul ; UTld Salf Of Stamps

jq uJo f c a delivery. Mail will be distributed to

J r ,i ii i i

roxes, coneciea ana

Judge Futch's court started the

week with quite a bunch of alleged
wrong doers this morning.

. for the delivery of V ,
iii- i from Citrus county, pleaded guilty to

' tional holiday, the Ocala postoffice

will be open only one hour from 9 to

10 o'clock a. m

mail through general delivery window

"""" U r o,-;. i i.

No city nor rural . t

aim traa iuc:u fiw CU1U tUSlS.

uual.

to look to God for deliverance in every I

Robt. F. Rogers. P. M.

A REAL BUY

Augus-; n 4 j j . Luther L. Davis and Ben Dean, both

. t r colored, of Anthony, were arraigned

on charges of having liquor in their

possession, the former entering a plea

oi guilty, while Dean pleaded not

f-ililtv .pntpTlr0 hna Tint xrot Kaati

Mrs. Eddy is known to thousands of, Buick 1919 fiveDassenrer touriiur. LpH n n-vl, nn will v A

erateiui men ana women tnrouernoui r i j i nr r j ...

commonly known as Bolshevism: and r,: Z uwn u, .nV. AnUrsaay. coin gave Dona

while armed forces have gathered toVZ". w ? ,es.S than Wfi WiUiam Munr "-ted

v. (Mechanical guarantee, spencer-fed- at Reddick on a charge of havinjr a

gathered

oppose its military, encroaenmems, us cause of thatf she commanjs our pr0.
mental forces of demoralization in f0Undest reverence and gratitude,
business and society operate apparent- It was my privilege to know some-

ly unninaerea. cut mere is a remeay thing of her ag a iovingj unselfed kingdom.

irick Motor Co., Buick dealers. 19-tf

But Jesus is not unmindful

A Associated Press
Hamilton. Ala., Feb. 21. Sergeant
Glen Stephen's of the Alabama Na National
tional National Guard, went on trial today on
a murder charge in connection with
the lynching of William Baird, a
moner, near Jasper last month.

CARUSO CAN SIT UP AND
TAKE NOURISHMENT

All USELESS ARTICLE

Proposition Before Council of, the
League of Nations to Take
Out No. 19

(Amocinted Press)
New York, Feb. 21. Caruso had a
restful night and ate a hearty break breakfast
fast breakfast this morning.

STARR IS SINKING

(Associated Press)
Muskogee, Okla, Feb. 21. Rela Relatives
tives Relatives here of Henry Starr,, the bank
robber wounded in a recent hold-up
at Harrison, Ark., received word to today
day today that Starr is unconscious and
rapidly sinking.

Mack Taylor, J. B. Christie andyT. D. j "or such hidden evils in the promised womanthe kindest friend I ever' that they are stUl on probation. Their

My father was a deep student blessing thus far has been partly, the

Lancaster Jr.

BIG DANCE TUESDAY
NIGHT AT REGION HAL!,
Marion County Post No. 27 of the
American Legion will give a dance to tomorrow
morrow tomorrow night in celebration of Wash Wash-vington's
vington's Wash-vington's birthday. The band will be
on hand to render the music and an
enjoyable time is assured all. The
dance commences at 9 p. m. at the
American Legion club the armory.

Can furnish night's milk from Jer-

piace.

21-6t

GIVE SUCCESSFUL PLAY AGAIN

At the Woman's Club house this
evening, February 21st, the eighth
grade pupils of the public school will
repeat the play they so successfully
gave two weeks ago at the high
school, when it was found the room
wfts 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
thinks it well worth seeing the second
time.

that a right sense of honesty, based Possibly the first step in gaining the
upon Principle, is a keen detective of Science of Christian healing came with
dishonest motives. We sometimes her ability to detect in her own mind
speak of that natural discernment as thf difference between the thoughts

PIANO SALESMAN HERE

- Mr. David S. Bloch, representing
the piano department of the J. B.
White Company, Augusta, Ga., is in

the city arranging for a big display
' of instruments at the store of George
MacKay & Company on North Mag Magnolia
nolia Magnolia street, beginning tomorrow.
The White company is one of the
largest mercantile concerns in the
country and conducts large depart department
ment department stores in seventy-two cities in
the United States, not however under
the same name.
On another page of today's paper
will be found the announcement of
the White company, in which the pub public
lic public is invited to go to the MacKay
store and take a look at the piano exhibit.

'shine" apparatus and mash in his

possession, pleaded guilty. Sentence

has not yet been passed.

The cases of T. L. Fort, for having

I 1 1 r-i

Comforter which Jesus described, not h. it.. r.v- I TV" V V" Z i,uor m nis Passion, ana r.uiess

as a person, out as tne apim oiiof the Bible and when christian work of others, as when a child first heard WedneJav lr R -B M J
tmth whih "will tniid vnn into all L ... heard Wednesday. Mr. K, B. Bullock

, ... rf science ueaiea iwo memuers vi our i begins to walK; lor one group was : attftrnp n u-tv
truth ,Whn Christian Sc pupa U u .l. .J. ? . .' 13 attorney for both.

i i iiii i v mm i iiH ki nil v ill i.rii ht rAii o ahai tr o nrao rr Ann t v a

L-iuugui. icfcuiu 01 pumuuc Science and became an earnest Chris- other hv a healer. Now thev must

tian healing, it raised that standard tian Scientist. For many years my team to walk alone. The onlv wav hv

of Truth which makes lis free in mind parent9 were ciosely associated with 'which they can gain the divine power sey cows at 20c- a quart or 16 quarta

and in body. Mrs. Eddy, who was their nastov. fnr themsel'ves ia throue-h the aualitvlr $3. Write M. F. Johnson, Ocala,

I remember, when a child, with what teacher and friend. At one time Mrs.'of meekness. "Blessed are the meek: Fla., Box 377, or call at house known

amazement 1 hrst discovered tnat I Fddv snent a week nt nnr home, and IT kall inVo't td. ..a. n. ,t.

rf x - w jiwj witv j oiiaii iiittv saw mv vui was 1 2i lilt? Ul, all

some people ao noi always speas me then had the opportunity of seeine, Dominion over all the earth is trained.

truth; and I remember my perplexity her to be a gentle, affectionate woman, 'not through matter of the human will.

as l begged to De toid now to detect interested in our pets and problems, but through the divine idea of meek- over an individual unless he willingly

laisenooa in oramary conversation, laughing with us and sympathizing ness. Considered as a exoun. the re- and voluntarily yields his obedience to

My dimculty gradually disappeared as Wjth us, yet always mindful of her !ptivity that leads to' heaven, the them.

I began to learn in Christian science great mission to suffering humanity. yearning that gains divine comfort, It is the nature of evil to claim au-

; and the meekness that achieves divine tocratic power. This thought of autoc-

power, are. all ideas of God. Through racy seems to develop along two dis

these ideas, we perceive God's true tinct lines; one through the autocracy
nature, and we gain perfection by of the individual, and the other
demonstrating these ideas. through the autocracy of the masses.

The divine power which can do good, I The autocracy of the masses is well

but not evil, has been interpreted in expressed today in a movement

Mrs. Eddy's book. Science and Health kr. own as Bolshevism. This movement

with Key to the Scriptures, with such I is the will of the flesh,organized tc

clearness and simplicity, that it is a war against "the fruit of the Spirit.'

frequent occurrence with, the sick and j It is an attempt to undermine the law

the sinning to be healed by reading land order which sustain the state, the

this book. The Tast chapter of Science I church and the home. Let us sup-

i-.nd Health contains one hundred pose for the moment that such a move move-pages
pages move-pages of testimonials by those who ment were to gain its object: the re re-have
have re-have been healed of organic and funo- suit would be the reign of disorder

tional diseases simply by' reading and land lawlessness, disintegrating our

have no real qualities derived from f philosophy known to men, none but i studying this book. most cherished institutions. It would

Principle, and therefore jio real sense! the teachings of Christ Jesus and of! it should be perfectly evident that I mean the reign of immorality, adul

Christian Science ever have. held con-! one can never suffer from aught that tery, envy, hatred and strife, which

sistently to the one spiritual view- comes from the spiritual Mind, for that are the works of the flesh, and which

point. These teachings, moreover, are Mind brings only life and peace. If I have no part in the kingdom of God

h only religions that have ever dem-Jhe suffer at all, then, it must come It would sow the seed of discord, dis

ontsrated the divine power to heal 'from the carnal mind, which is sin and integration, destruction and dissolu

hysical sickness as well 'as sin. A death, and it must be by reason of his tion, which are really the elements of

single sentence in Science and Health belief that God is afar off, which real-1 death. Bolshevism, therefore, Vn
with Key to the Scriptures, presents j ly is not true. Suffering, then, is real- have no other meaning than the rav-

the process of reasoning by which ly just a false belief about God's ab-lges of death in business and society,

Mrs. Eddy gained that healing power, sence; for when one realizes Gods Nothing definite or positive can be

is in heaven. It is substance, Spirit, lit is as follows: "Reasoning fromleer presence, the belief disappears accomplished from any standpoint but

Life,.Truth, and Lave, these are theJ cause to effect m the Science of Mind, and the healing Presence appears. Ithat of God himself. The heaven to-

deific Principle." I we begin with Mind, which must be! The belief in a power apart from luards which' the Bolshevik aims is the

The Founder of Christianity repu- understood through the idea which Cod. which seeks to pervert one's nat- final destruction of all law, a condi

diated the notion that Satan could cast j expresses it and cannot be learned Sural goodness, is referred to by our I tion in which God is eliminated and

STREET AND SANITARY
WORK WILL BE PUSHED

(Associated Press)
Paris, Feb. 2L Questions of great
importance were laid before the coun council
cil council of the league of nations here today.
The problems confronting the council
include the allied attitude toward
Danzig and Armenia, the proposed
plebiscite in Lithuania ancfplans for
Armenian relief. In addition a com commission
mission commission to study amendments to the
covenant of the league of nations will
be named. One amendment proposed
is that Article X. be eliminated from
the covenant.
31AY ALTER THE TREATY
London, Feb. 21. An agreement
between Great Britain, France and
Italy for alterations in the treaty of
Sevres favdrable to the Turks seemed
probable here today. Lloyd George is
in conference here with the French
premier and Italian foreign minister.
CONVICTION AND EXECUTION
SOMETIMES DIFFERENT DIFFERENT-Tokio,
Tokio, DIFFERENT-Tokio, Feb. 21. Conviction of the
senry who shot and killed Lieutenant
Langdon at Vladivostok last Decem December
ber December is forecast by a number of news newspapers
papers newspapers here,
MAJORITY SOCIALISTS WON
Berlin, Feb. 21 The majority so socialist
cialist socialist candidates appear to have won
in nearly all sections of Prussia in
yesterday's elections. In spite of the
activity of the communist the vote of
that element did not seem particularly
important.

If you want bean seed wayJtelow
cost go to the Ocala Seed Store to
get them. 2-12-tf

intuition; for intuition is the express

ed intelligence of spiritual qualities.

An intelligent pagan of education

and refinement may be found obeying

the ordinary canons of honesty, be

cause he has learned that honesty will

serve his best interests, therefore he

which come from divine Principle, and
the aggressive suggestions of the
flesh, which St. Paul classified as the
carnal mind; for he said: "To be car car-ntlly
ntlly car-ntlly minded is death; but to be spir spiritually
itually spiritually minded is life and peace." Here

are two opposite sources of thinking,

will be found acting as honestly as he as opposite as God and Satan. The
can. But his standard of honesty is thoughts coming from God express
not the Christian God, or the divine the joy and harmony of life; but the
Principle of honesty; for he worships suggestions of the carnal mind seek to
a god fashioned by the hand of man. drag one down to sin and death.

so long as ne nas no mncipie, ne can i or au the systems of religion or

of honesty. Thus a man's standard of

right depends entirely upon the nature
of the God he worships.

In her book, "Rudimental Divine

Science," Mrs. Eddy answers the ques question,
tion, question, "What is the Principle of Chris Christian
tian Christian Science?" in these words: "It is

God, the Supreme Being, infinite and

immortal Mind, the Soul of "man and

the universe. It is our Father which

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out satan, and gave as a reason mai i from its opposite, matter." This is

a kingdom divided against itself can-J indeed the rule of logic which bases

not stand. He once spoke of a certain the teachings of Christian Science,
woman who had been bowed together! Scarcely any one listened at first to

Several weeks ago the editor of the

Star wrote a complimentary article

regarding the good work that is be

ing done" by Mr. John Martin, and
stated that the city would be wise to
elect him city manager. The article

referred to has caused quite a lot of
talk among our citizens and has now
gone so far as to cause some dissatis dissatisfaction
faction dissatisfaction and friction among some of
the city officials, which I think is very
unfair to Mr. Martin, for so fax as I

know he has never asked or made
application for the position of city
manager. I heartily agree with the

Star, and as a member of the cjty
council I honestly believe that if ilr.
Martin was city manager, in full

charge of all the different depart departments,
ments, departments, that it would mean a saving
of a good many hundred dollars year yearly
ly yearly to the city. Mr. Martin is a con conservative
servative conservative business man, a close buyer
and understands the handling of both
skilled and common labor thoroughly.
He takes a great interest and pride in
everything that he undertakes. His
work comes directly under my super supervision
vision supervision and I am frank to say that I
am more than pleased with the show-

! ing that he has made in the short

time he has been in charge of the
streets. We will have our crushing
plant in operation in a few days and
the people of Ocala will see some
changes in the streets within the next

thirty days. Now in regard to the
sanitary department; there has been
quite a lot of kicks by some of the

residents on account of trash and
rubbish not being moved promptly.

and our excuse has been for the past

three years shortage of labor, but

now as labor is getting cheaper and

more plentiful, we have no excuse to
offer, and I respectfully ask the prop prop-city
city prop-city owners of the city to get busy

and clean up their vacant lots and

premises. I will see to it personally
that the rubbish will promptly be

taken away. A. T. Thomas,

Head Street and Sanitary Dept.

dictionaries as "animal magnetism." materialism reigns. To the Christian

Animal magnetism is undoubtedly Scientist, on the other hand, heaven

what is meant by the term "Satan" in is gained not by the destruction of law,

the Bible. It "changed the truth of but by the fulfilling of law under the

eighteen years "and could in no wise the teaching and preaching of Jesus,' God into a lie." according to St. Paul, I supremacy at the God who is Love;

lift up herself," as "a daughter of j but multitudes thronged to him for the "and worshipped and served the creat- for "Love," declared St. Paul, "is the

Abraham, whom Satan hath bound, lo, healing. The lessons he gained from
these eighteen years." He healed her those experiences are summarized
immediately by the power of God, and with matchless simplicity in the first

There will be a meeting of Green Greenwood
wood Greenwood Cemetery Association on Thurs Thursday
day Thursday morning, Feb. 24, at 9:30 o'clock
in the library building. All members
and friends interested are urged to
attend as there is business of im importance
portance importance to transact.
21-3t Secretary of Association.

it. was on the Sabbath day. The
Christian God therefore does not send
disease, but He heals disease. He is,

in other words, the divine Principle
of our health and holiness.
It is not at all uncommon for devout
Christians to be healed because their
study of the Bible opens to them a
more correct view of God. Calvin,

Knox, Wesley and other Christian

worthies have manifested wonderful
healing power, as their prayers lifted
thought to glimpse God's true nature.

Such child-like qualities as humility,
spiritual receptivity and teachableness

communicate those heavenly blessings

to" human consciousness. So it is rec rec-ognized
ognized rec-ognized as a Christian duty to instruct
the receptive thought of the child in
the saving grace of God. It was this
Christian culture that Mrs. Eddy, the

Discoverer and Founder of Christian

Cabbage and lettuce plants for sale.

H. P. Bitting & Co. 9-tf

pre more than the Creator." Ite I fulfilling of the law.1

mental occultism was employed by the J The Christian Scientist learns
magicians and sorcerers to oppose the J through divine Love to heal the sick

works of Moses and Jesus, the nronh-land the sinning and to establish a

ets and apostles. The modern expon- heavenly harmony here and now. The

"Blessed are the poor in spirit: for ents of animal magnetism are known healing is demonstrated with such

theirs is the kingdom of heaven."! as mesmerism, hypnotism, spiritual-1 regularity and conaistenc

Here Jesus pronounces a blessing onim, theosophy and such like. These the presence and operation of a fun fun-those
those fun-those who have begun to turn from systems all employ some form of vi- damental law. Moreover, this law is so
matter and yearn for heaven. They J bratory suggestion, or transmission of tangible and self-evident that it can

respond naturally to spiritual truth thought, all of which is the product of Jbe not only understood, but taught to

wherever spoken, and that spiritual
receptivity, which is born of God,
cpens the way to heavenly harmony.

the carnal mind, which St

nominated sin and death. Only a
finite belief of mind would need to be

Science, received from her mother; for j These two groups of people seem

"Blessed are they that mourn: for ; transferred from one place to an an-they
they an-they shall be comforted." In the sec-J ether, and since it believes in the ab ab-crd
crd ab-crd Beatitude. Jesus considers those sence of God, it must be a false be be-who
who be-who have learned through suffering to! lief.

The -mental qualities, or fruits of
the Spirit, which come from .God can cannot
not cannot be hypnotized. "Know ye not,"
says St. Paul, that to whom ye yield
yourselves servants to obey, his ser ser-ants
ants ser-ants ye are to whom ye obey; wheth whether
er whether of sin onto death, or of obedience

unto righteousness?" Evil suggestions

turn from matter. Their suffering had
I re pared them for the Christ healing
which brings them greater comfort
than mere release from physical ills.
It brings the peace and harmony of
God's kingdom, making the comfort as

( abiding as is the kingdom, itself.

Mrs. Eddy was taught from her youth J to be the,only ones ready for the 1 therefore can have no government

Paul de- others. Such a demonstrable law must

have a source or Principle which we

call God. By the footsteps of healing,

even the Bolshevik may be led to rec

ognize the presence of law and its
governing Principle. He may even

experience the heavenly harmony of
obedience to the law of Love. Then he
vrill have attained the only true free freedom;
dom; freedom; for "Where the Spirit of the
Lord is, there is Liberty." The liber liberating
ating liberating Truth which establishes health
and harmony "on earth as it is in

heaven," is indeed the promised Com Comforter,
forter, Comforter, which Christian Science re reveals
veals reveals and demonstrates. dlt

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As a strengthening tonic there is

nothing better than Nux and Iron

Tonic Tablets, per bottle of 100
tablets at Gerig's Drug Store. Guar

antied or money back. tf

Meet me at the American Cafe,

Union Station. Ocala. for a regular

dinner family style. Best dinner in

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

2:30 p. m. Owned aid operated by

Americans.- tf

If you want amusement Monday

evening, go around to tne woman s

Cub house and witness the eighth
grade play that made such a hit two
weeks ago. You will not be disap disap-winted
winted disap-winted 19-2t

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 fof
quick delivery of our QUALITY ICE

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Studebaker seven-passenger car' for

sale; new tires; price $225. Spencer
Pedrkk Motor Co, Buick dealers, tf

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Question Is
" Have yoji.-a Willard
Threaded Rubber Battery
in your car?
Then your battery judg judgment
ment judgment is backed by the best
brains in the automobile
business.
Car builders who are par particular
ticular particular about battery qual quality
ity quality specify the Willard
Threaded Rubber Battery.
Car buyers who are par particular
ticular particular about battery- per performance
formance performance look for the red
Thread-Rubber Trade Trade-Mark.
Mark. Trade-Mark.
Ask about Willard
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the market for a new bat battery
tery battery or not. We give
authorized Willard Service.
New batteries repairs
recharging.
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STAR PUBLISHING COMPANY,

OCALA; FLORIDA.

R. H. Carroll. Prealdeat
i. V. L. ngoI Sceretary-Trraaarer
J. II. Heajanla. Edltar

Entered at Ocala. Fla.,
second -class raattejr.

postofflce as

TELEPHONES
iiuklarH Of fire Klve-Oa
editorial Department Tvvo-Serea
"orlely Keprter Flve-Oae

by the Germans as a spy just before

the great American victory at Can-

igny, because he would not reveal to

his German captors details of the
American forces.
"The execution took place, the re report
port 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 German
man German positions."

It will be seen by the dispatch that
Kendall wa3 in full uniform when

captured and deserved the treatment

accorded to a prisoner of war. -His

death by the hands of the

MEETING OF WOMAN'S CLUB

A very interesting and instructive
meeting of the Woman's Club was
held Saturday afternoon with Mrs. E.
A. Osborne, chairman of the social
and industrial committee, in charge
of the program.
Mrs. Osborne introduced Dr. Fattig
of the University of Florida, who
made a fine talk on malnutrition, and
following him Miss Nellie Stevens

spoke of the proper community envir environment
onment environment for children. Both speakers

MEM UK II ISWtlATEU PRESS
"he Associated Press Is exclusively

-rititied for the Use for republication of

all news dispatches credited to it or
not otherwise cred'ted in this paper and
also the local news published herein
U1 rights of republication of specia)
4J3iatches herein are also reserved.

are well informed on tneir subjects

Germans and the audience was very attentive.

ws.s nothing less than assassination. Miss Dorothy Lancaster rendered two

Yet some people expect us to forgive piano selections. During the social
the Germans and then set in to help hour Dr. Fattig met many of the

them.

a number of

MARION "TRUCK" EXHIBIT

DOMESTIC
One year, in

ladies and answered

questions

The hostesses for the afternoon,

Mrs. John Dozier, Mrs. John Edwards,

(Tampa Tribune) Mrs. J. M. Meffert and Mrs. S. K.

One of the unique features displayed Whaley, were assisted by Misses

at the fair is the "Marion county tlizabeth Wetherbee, tditft tdwaras

products" truck owned by Mr. J. C. and Olive Whaley in serving sand

Howell, a prominent citrus man and wiches and tea. The hall was made
stock farmer of Marion county. Mr. attractive with many naturtiums and

Howell is at the South Florida Fair other flowers.

for his fourth year with the Marion

SUBSCRIPTION RATES

advance J6.01

Six months, in advance 3.00
Three months, in advance .. 1.6b

One month, in advance G
ADVERTISING H.tiCS
Displays Plate 15 cents pr Inch tor
consecutive insertions. Alternate Inser Insertions
tions Insertions 25 per cent additional. Composi Composition,
tion, Composition, charges on ads. that run less than
six times cc.es per inch. Special
position 20 per cent additional Rates
iased on 4-inch minimum. Less tnaii
lour inches will take higher rate

which will be furnished upon applica seVen different varieties of produce, Miss Sue Moore was the hospitable

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Heading: .Notieest s cents per line roriall crown in the one countv. Hostess Saturday aiternoon oi a mov

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nrst insertion; a cents per line lor eacu i , . : .. .;4.i .w:i. v.

subsequent insertion. One change a I me grains, m sneai ana in jars, are puuic y.u.y mm c vum-

week allowed on readers without extra artisticallv disDlaved alone the sides rnmented the visitors to the city and

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Legal advertisements it legal rates of the truck, seven different kinds or tneir nostesses. Alter witnessing tne

movies, Miss Moore invited her guests

to her home on rort King avenue,

year

I county exhibit. The truck which he

has fitted out is stocked with twenty-

VISITORS ENTERTAINED

hog feed, wheat, corn, oats, buck-

Kenesaw Mountain Landis shouldn t wheat, rye (of three varieties) and

mind the obstacles he is encountering.

A man with that name ought to be
able to climb over anything. Tampa

Times.
He is more like his namesake be-

difficult job to climb

caue it is one
over him.

other grains come into this class. Thefv.'here two hours were spent socially,

vegetable specimens make the ob- during which time refreshments were
server take notice; nuts, including the served, consisting of ice cream, cake,
hickory, walnut and pecan; syrups, salted almonds and orangeade. Miss
including sorghum and Florida, made Moore was assisted in entertaining

from the little and big species of her guests by her mother, Mrs. T. M

Japanese cane; all these make a dis- Moore, Mrs. H. W. Henry and Mrs.
rlav of an interesting nature. Stand- Bourly. The following were those

Capper's Weekly says: "In the ir.gJforth among these more somber present at this enjoyable and congen

small hours of a recent morning, a appearing food materials is the dis- ial gathering: Misses Bessie and Win-

bomb was exploded under a Pennsyl-1 play of the pineapple orange, smooth I if red Goedecke, Ludie Smith, Kathe

vania gambling house which tore off and golden in its satiny skin. This Is rine Wilheit, Kitty Vaughn, Lucille

the roof and one corner off the build- the orange that carried off the first Robinson, Eloise Henry, Nettie Camp,

ing and gave ten gamblers the scare land second grand premiums over all Elizabeth Davis and Mrs. Howard

of their lives. A woman whose hus- other counties exhibiting.

Land lost heavily is suspected." J Next comes road materials, this

display including samples of the fine

Arguing for a huge army and navy quality of washed sand for which

a I'lonoa editor remarks tnat we Lake weir is iamous. Turpentine,

Lee of Eastlake.

YE OLDEN TIME

should not leave the gate open for rosin and phosphate are shown. Skip Skip-hogs
hogs Skip-hogs to come into the beautiful gar- ping back to food products, the visitor
den, indicating the U. S. But it finds the huge mangelwurt beet, which
would be just as well to abandon the is doing so much toward keeping in
garden if we had to stand over it with prime condition the stock on exhibit.

a gun all day and night what chancel They are enough to make any pig or

would there be to cultivate it and en-1 bossy of delicate taste smack their!

joy it? Times-Union. I lips with longing.

Somehow, our ancestors, did that This brings the visitor to the out-

very thing else our frontier would side of this neat and well appointed
yet be this" side of the Alleghanies agricultural truck. In bright letters

and Florida would be under the flag I designed to catch the eye is set forth
of Spain. Ithe following facts with regard to

Marion county: "Owner of interna-

Look over the telegraph pages of a tional championship sow, breeder of

newspaper and you will find they are boar bred in Marion county which sold
given almost exclusively to bad news, for $15,000; breeder of seventy-two

A quarrel in Congress or Parliament, J head of hogs which sold at auction for

exposure of a scandal or intrigue, a I $32,000."

tattle, a murder or a rape, suicide,! In the lett-hand corner are some

vreck on a railroad or on the reefs fine views of the famous Silver
something, in fact, almost always, Springs, located six miles out of

that means misery, dishonor or death Ocala. Taken as a whole, the agricul agricul-to
to agricul-to someone that makes up the bulk tural truck Mr. Howell has brought

' of the world's news. Suppose a great down is a concrete and complete ex

news association should be forced to ample of what his fertile section pro-

send out onlv the crood news of the duces

world. Suppose it filled the columns of

half the papers of the United States GAINESVILLE'S STORY

with strictly eood news of great im- OF THE GAME

provements, of plans and perform

ances of elevating humanity, of little I Following is the story of Saturday's

deeds of kindness, and all between, basket ball game according to the
We cannot of course imagine any pa- Gainesville Sun:
-per leaving out the news of a great The game between the Gainesville
war, but suppose it didn't print the sextette and the Ocala high school
record of crimes, of prizefights, of the resulted in a decided victory for the
displays of ostentation and wealth. Gainesville girls yesterday afternoon.

What proportion of the newpaper
readers would such publications at attract?
tract? attract? About 1 per cent, most of
whom would buy the other class of
papers, too.

Hoop skirts

were worn
by those who
first asked
the druggist
for "Golden
Medical Dis Discovery"
covery" Discovery" put
up by Dr.
Pierce over
fifty years
ago.
Lenoir,
N. C. "Dr.
Pierce's
Golden Med Medical
ical Medical Discov

ery is -a great medicine for me In
building me up when I feel run-down
In health. It gives- me strength and
flesh. I have been using it at differ different
ent different tunes for thirty years or more."
MJiS. LUCY BEACH. No. 1.
Druggists sell it in liquid or taMets.
Chester Robertson, a student at St.

Leo College, is spending a few days

in the city with his parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Lanier Robertson.

Major General Bullard-of the Unit United
ed United States army vigorously opposes
disarmament, and his words are worth
thinking over. He said:.

"Any proposal of disarmament or

The first half of the game had a
gloomy aspect for the local bunch
when the score stood 16 to 19 in favor
of Ocala. In the second session the
local girls came back strong and put
up a real offensive game that over overwhelmed
whelmed overwhelmed the Ocala players.
There were no individual stars' m
the contest. If it had not been for the
rally of team work in the second half
by the Gainesville girls, the game

any limitation of arms is a trick, wouia .nave Deen ieaiureiess, ana
either to gain or maintain an advan- would have been very close to a vic vic-tage.
tage. vic-tage. Coming from representatives tory for the Ocala sextette,
of different nations the discussion al- The line-up as the Ocala game yes yes-ways
ways yes-ways consists of two parts; first a torday was, Gainesville: Forwards,
nice, diplomatic expression of profuse Tucker and Baker; jumping center,
benevolence and friendship toward all Pepper; running center. Bullard;
ether, nations; second the regretful, guards, Jones and Creary. Ocala:

but to the undeniable fact that they forwards, Wilkes and Close; jumping

center, Bullock; running center,

Lytle; guards, Sexton and MacKay.
Substitute: Dehon for Lytle.

Score: Gainesville, 43; Ocala, 27.

GREAT
ORGAN
RECITAL

MYSTERIOUS OLIVER TWIST

AT FEDERAL BAKERY

'are forced by other nations to arm
and keep armed. To hear them is to
laugh."
Discussing the subject from the
."purely American standpoint," Gen General
eral General Bullard declared that disarma disarmament,
ment, disarmament, for us would be the abandon abandonment
ment abandonment of our financial superiority over
the other nations of the earth. "We

have it," he added.

to abandon it?" To put ourselves on U rprtain OliW Twist who is srhedul

a level with others? that would be an ed to be introduced at their store on
;;ssinine kindness." Friday, Feb. 25th. Mysterious signs
Disarmament alone, the speaker an(j window displays are announcing

continued, does not obviate war, for Oliver Twist.

The Federal Bakery at Ocala is

Are we willing causing lots of public comment about

unarmed or ill armed people are con

tinually at war.

In 'September, 1776. Nathan Hale,
a brave young American, entered the

Biitish lines at New York, to obtain
information f ox Washington. He was
captured and put to death as a spy.
He 'was one of the causes of Ameri American
can American hate for England. Yet hisdeath
was strictly in accord with the laws
of war, under which the British Cap

tain Andre was later put to death,

and which laws are yet in effect
Saturday's dispatches carried the following:

"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, was shot

The salesgirl, when questioned by
our staff reporters, politely gave in information
formation information to the effect that the head
baker would not disclose the identity

of Oliver Twist, but the fact that the

head baker is on the inside of the nov novel
el novel mystery, leads us to deduce that

Oliver Twist may be a fictitious name

for a new product that will be intro introduced
duced introduced this coming Friday.

At any rate, the manager of the

Federal Bakery, Mr. Wiley, is to be

congratulated for his novel merchan merchandising
dising merchandising plan, as the mysterious Oliver
Twist is causing a great deal of local
comment. 21-4t

Don't fail to visit the Guarantee

Clothing & Shoe Company. Every

thing we sell is guaranteed. We're

fighting for QUALITY not prices, tf

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New York City
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FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH

Ocala, Florida
TUESDAY, FEB. 22
at 8 p. m.
Si7i?er Offering
This recital, offering an
unusually excellent musical

treat for the people of Ocala
is presented by the B. Y. P. U.

and the proceeds are for their

benefit. Dr. Baldwin is a

concert organist of inter international
national international reputation and one

of the very few really supe superior
rior superior organists now touring

America.

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OUR PRICE LIST
EGGS 35 cents per doz.; 2 doz. 65c: 3 doz. 90c
Meal and Grits, 7 lbs. 25c. 15 lbs. 50c
Whole Rice 10 lbs. $1.00
Blue Rose Rice 3 lbs. 25c 6 lbs. 50c 15 lbs. $1.00
No. 2 Tomatoesv2 for 25c, 3 for 35c, 6 for 65c
Lard Compound, per pound, 15c
Pure Lard (bulk) 1 lb. 25c 2 lbs, 45c, 5 lbs. $1.00
Argo Starch, Octagon Soap, P & G Soap,
3 for 25c, 1 dozen for 95c
Irish Potatoes, per peck, 50c
Sugar Cane Syrup, drawn from barrel,
1 quart 30c, 2 gallon 55c, 1 gallon $1.00
Sealed Sugar Cane Syrup, qt. cans 40c, 2 for 75c
Navy Beans, 3 lbs. 25c
Lima Beans 2 lbs. 25c
Fresh Eggs, all guaranteed, market price.
Henry Clay and Apex Flour, the best plain and
Self Rising Flour made.
Klim in 1 lb. 21b. and 5 lb. packages.
We do not undercharge on one item and
over charge on another, but make each thing
carry its own profit. Can it be fair any other
way? Oar delivery service is for you to use, it
does not cost you any more if you order amounts
to $1.00 or more.
FARMERS' EXCHANGE STORE

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YOUNG-MERRM CO. I
CIV IL L GIN EERS AND SURV EYORS
Licensed under the laws of the State of Florida ft
Surveys Plats Reports
Highways Drainage Phosphate
CapL Edward Drake is associated ft
with us and in charge of our Fbos- :
phate Mine and Plant Department.

Ollices, 33-34 Holder Bldg. Phone No. 543
OCALA, FLORIDA

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OCALA EVENING STAB, MONDAY, FEBRUARY 21, 1921

AUGUSTA, GEORGIA
Represented by
MR. DAVID S. BLOC II
at tle store ol
GEORGE MacK AY & COMPANY

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AUGUSTA, GEORGIA
Makes It possible lor the people ol Ocala
to choose Irom a superb line ol Pianos Pianos-Players,
Players, Pianos-Players, Grands, Uprights, etc

The Home of J. B. White & Co., Augusta, (Georgia

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The -lolloiving facts
of this sale

Liberal Allowance
on your old Piano.
Liberty Bonds ac accepted
cepted accepted at their full
face value.
Easy terms and
free fire propection
while paying.
Every instrument
guaranteen as rep represented
resented represented or money
refunded.

Mr

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Every Instrument
is marked in plain
figures, and at the
LOWEST PRICES
you can buy
Pianos of like
QUALITY

THE GREATEST THING YOU CAN
BO FOR YOUR CHIIDREN
is to promote right thinking.
The greatest stimulant for right think thinking
ing thinking is GOOD MUSIC! Good music is
riot only a ?oul builder, it is an edu edu-cation,
cation, edu-cation, and according to the best
teachers of. the day, it is a NECES NECESSARY
SARY NECESSARY education.

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KRAN1CH and BACH, BJUR, GORDON,
MARSHALL and WENDELL, SCHILLER,
HAINES BROS., AUTOPIANOS, AND
AMPICOS.
The Highest Grade, Most
Artistic Instruments That
Are Made To-day.

This is a remarkable opportunity to the people of
Ocala and vicinitylo see and select from the best standard
instruments of known and recognized value. "Georgia's
Big Music House" sends out this full and complete line un under
der under the personal supervision of the manager of their Piano
Department Not often is such a chance given you.
Take advantage of it.

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and Players

i The Sale Begins at 9 o'clock
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morning and continues for
15 DAYS

ASK FOR FREE DEMONSTRATION
of the

AMP ICO

It is the wonder of the piano world
and a musical education in itself

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Bench, Scarf and
Delivery.
10 rolls latest Q.
R. S. music in ad ad-.
. ad-. dition with Player
Pianos.

FREE!
With every one of
the first five pianos
sold we will give
absolutely free a
$50
FLOOR LAMP

THESE PIANOS ARE NOW
READY FOR YOUR INSPEC INSPECTION
TION INSPECTION AT THE STORE OF

THINK AND ACT QUICKLY

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CAENIVAL

A Grand and Gorgeous Event by the
Ocala High School
Forget Your Troubles.

Come and have the time of your life.
The Boys Minstrels The Tea Room
Girls Vaudeville The Country Store
And many other interesting features
Friday and Saturday Evenings
February 25th and Feb. 26th

GATES OPEN AT 6:00 P.
10 Cents General Admission

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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

let go below cost, come in and get our prices.
We are selling bean seed at cost, Wax beans &

and Black Valetine at $10
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beans at $9.00 a bushel, in ten ana tiiteen busnel
lots we will cuMhese prices.
We still have a few remnants of crockery and
enamel ware we will almost give away.
Pocket-knives 25 per cent below cost.

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We are selling out of these things, get our
pricem "We have stock powders, Fenole and disin- $
fectants. We also have the following for sale 4:

cheap, one Royal Typewriter, one Neostyle, two

pair of scales, four bins for
desk, one seed cleaning
other useful articles.
saniiEHioiiim
C. V. ROBERTS, Phone 305
ROBERTS &
Funeral Directors
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Private Morgue and Chapel.
Motor Equipment. Coffins
Office Phone 350

Ocala, Florida

New ,Styles
Pattern
Street
Hats
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Tire Prices Reduced :
DIAMOND Non-Skid, 30x3. $1 7 Aft I
old price $20 00, now V-li vw
DIAMOND Plain, 30x3, f C AA :
old price $17.60, now..... leMJV ;
6,000 Mile Guarantee :
FEDERAL, FISK AND DIAMOND TUBES
NEW PRICES Overhauling Ford motor $16. I
Overhauling Ford rear end, $5 for time. I
Grinding Ford valves, $3. I
DIXIE GARAGE j
JAS. ENGESSER, Proprietor I
Phone 258 West Broadway

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1 Watch This Space For Quality

FOR THOSE

v Lelluce, Beets, Pineapple Oran.acs, Kcmqnats,
Tangerines, Bananas and Apples
Fresh new crop Walnuts just received.
A "complete, new and fresh line of Uneeda Biscuit, Lunch ;
Biscuit, Vanilla Wafers, Oysterettes, Sorbetto Sandwich, Fig,
;Newtons and others. Fresh Vegetables, Fruits, Candies, V
C?old Drinks, Cigar and Tobaccos. '7
Ifort sing -confectionery I

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per bushel, other green &
grocery store, one omce
machine and several

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BARNEY SPENCER, Phone 431
SPENCER
and Embalmers
Personal Service to all.
and Caskets Delivered.
217 West Broadway W
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Distinctiveness 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

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WHO CARE
L. E. Yonce, Prop,

QCMA QCCURHEtlCES

If you have- any
phone to five-one.

society items,

Mrs. R. H. Redding is the guest
th:s week of Kissimmee friends.

Organ recital at First Baptist on

cnurch, Tuesday, February 22, at 8

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Mmor ajawTO, worms ran-

ovgan soloist

Miss Isabelle Davis left this after-

noon for Bradentown for a visit with Sr
fiiends. I r:

Don't fail to visit the Guarantee kpar(l tht, fftiow;nf, testimony

:iothing & Shoe Company. Every-
lung we sell is guaranteed. We're
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anting ior uvu-ii not prices, tr
Miss Mildred Davisson of DaytonaM,
Beach is the guest of Misses Ethel
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want to impress on Ocalans that Fed-
erai oreaa is me Dest maae. federal
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3irs. Howard Walters friends will t
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giaa to learn tnat sne is able to be
up alter a week s illness.
Get your candy at the old price of
one aoiiar per pound at Geng's Drug
aiore. iNiunnallys and La eeett s. tf
Mr. and Mrs. Hugh McCredie are
visitors at the home of the former's
nster Mrs. Julia McCredie.
Dr. and Mrs. E. J. Bryan returned
to Ucala yesterday afternoon after
Feme time spent in the norths
The Ocala people who have not tried
Federal Bakery cinnamon rolls have I
something to look forward to. They're
delicious. 15-6t
Mrs. W. Hickman Chambers and
daughter have returned home from a
pleasant visit with relatives on
east coast.
the
You can always get fresh or salt
water fish, oysters, shrimp, etc., at
the City Fish Market on Fort King
avenue. Phone 158. tf
After a ten days illness, Mrs. H. M.
Hampton is able to be up and around j
her home, which will be good news to
her many friends
Nunnally's and Liggett's Candies
reduced to ONE DOLLAR the pound,
Rt Gerig's Drug Store. tf
Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Pope and two
children of Guntown, were guests the
Sttiast week of Mr. Pope's brother-in-
law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. E. G.
Booher, and family.
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
After a pleasant week-end spent in
the city with her parents, Dorothy
Adams and her, friend, Sarah Rogh-
strum of Chicago, returned toOrlan-
do, where they-attend the Cathedral
school. v.
If $our erocer does not f urnish. vou
FEDERAL bread, caU at the bakery
in the Ocala House block. 15-6tL
Mr. Charles Lloyd of Jacksonville,
v. ho spent the week-end in the city
with is wife at the home of her par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. F. E. Harris, re-l
turned to Jacksonville vesterdav aft-
ernoon.
Nux and Iron Tablets will tone up
the sytsem and give you strength-,
Evttles of 100 at one dollar each at
Gerig's Drug Store. tfi
Mrs. Peter Burkhart received the
cheerine information at noon today
that her husband stood his operation
excellently in the Wavcross hostiDal.
and in a few weeks will be able to re-1
turn home.
We always carry a full assortment
of Norris' famous candies in all size
packages. None better made. Court
it Gerig's Drug Store. tf
Mr. and Mrs. O. M. Eaton of Lake-
land were visitors m the city yester-
day, guests at the Harrington Hall,
en route to their home after a pleas
ant motor trip to points of interest on
the east coast.
Only by the most fortunate circum-

stances was it possible to secure Dr. f. Coney of Jacksonville, but a resi resi-Minor
Minor resi-Minor C Baldwin, of New York, for jcnt of Ocala for several years.

a great organ recital. at the Jbirst
Baptist church here Tuesday night,
ebruary 22. 18-3t
Mr. E. F. Fitch and Mr. George
Armstrong of Savannah, returned to
their""home yesterday afternoon after
a pleasant visit in the city, guests at
the homes of Mrs. Leta C Bennett
and Mr. and Mrs. Jack Camp.
Dont fail to visit the Guarantee
CPothing & Shoe Company. Every Everything
thing Everything we sell is guaranteed. We're
fighting for QUALITY not prices, tf
Miss Louise Spencer left this after after-neon
neon after-neon for Eustis.-where.she will spend
several days as the guest of Mrs. W.
A. Goin. Miss Spencer goes especial:
ly to take .part in the George Wash Washington
ington Washington celebration, which will lej.a
large event in that town tomorjN3wv

IN DEFENSE OF HIS HOME

White Farmer Near Wacahoota Shot
a Negro Saturday Afternoon
Late Saturday, Sheriff Thomas re received
ceived received a 'phone message from away
up in the northwest part of the coun county,
ty, county, paying a man had been killed. Mr.
Thomas could not go himself, but sent
his deoutv. Mr. Walter Perkins, who
arriving af the farm of R. E. Mat-
tair white farmer, living not far
from Wacahoota, found a dead negro,
cm ton Devon by name. An assem
blage of the neighbors was present.
,urv consisting of W. H. Anderson
w. Anderson Jr.. Charles
n a vc t TYanm-v
and Mr. Feldmc. was imDanneled and
tw hA hn nmno- around
the Mattair home all day, but as he
was fHendlv nobodv thouirht anv
thin of it. Alone in the afternoon.
Mattair and his familv started to
n fisnmo- nd th nocrm followed
UV.ttm Yoior .nrtinir tknncrht
nf tVitu Vint urVion Hovnn siKlrfpnlv
turned and went Mr. Mattair
became suspici0us and followed him.
mk fttaJi. nn riiiMrpn ln ram.
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enmp riistjincp hphinrt the two men.
Comine to the vicinity of his house.
inside. Mattair had a shotgun, but
v
there was a reDeatin? rifle in the
house, so he can up to get to close
QUarters. He had reached the door.
wnen the negro appeared at the door.
Uifl ;n h.ni nA fii-oH w miMl
but clubbed the erun and started for
Mattair. who fired from the hip, the
two loads hitting the negro in the
head. He died in a few minutes.
The coroner's jury rendered a ver-
diet of justifiable homicide.
Miss Isabel Burton of Sparr, who is
employed by the H. & W. B. Drew Co
of Jacksonville as city saleslady, has
returned home for a short stay with
her brother, S. P. Burton.
Dr. Jno. J. Ogle and wife of An
gola, IncL, are visiting with Mrs. Clara
S. Ogle and son, widow and son of
W. Ogle, deceased. The doctor and
wife came here from Lakeland, and
" j-l- o. A I
are on tiieir way vu nugusuuc,
from where they will return to In-
diana in April.
The createst musical event of the
season will be the "pipe organ recital
at the First Baptist church, Tuesday
night, Feb. 22, 8 p. by Dr. Minor
C. Baldwin of New York. 18-3t
Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Taylor, Mrs. G
S. Scott and their euests. Mrs. De-
Witt Blew and Miss Margaret Hall-
man and Mr, W. D. Taylor returned
Saturday night from a motor trip to
Tampa, "Clearwater, Pass-a-Grille and
other west coast towns. They came
home by way of Daytona and report
the roads in excellent condition
The game of basket ball between
the Ocala high school and Gainesville
teams Saturday afternoon at the high
school court was most exciting and
resulted in the visiting team winning
by a score of 27 to 23. The game be
tween Dunnellon and the eighth grade
I teams was called off on account of the
I visiting team being unable to get its
players together.
! If you enjoy real music rendered by
la master, hedr Minor C. Baldwin, -of
New York, Ocala' Baptist church.
I Tuesdav. Feb. 22 8 d. m. 18-3t
The following, were1? Saturday visi
tcrs noted on the streets: Mr. and
Mrs. W. D. Parker, York; Captain G
IS. Cole, Anthony; Mrs. B. F. Cum
ming, Leesburg; Mr. W. H. Eudaly,
Homosassa; Miss Florence Reif, Mar
tin: Mr. T. V. Burns. Oak: Mr. H
iNeidenhoeffer. LowelL
Mr. Marcus Frank of New York ar
rived in the city this morning to spend
several days looking after his business
interests here. Mr. Frank is always
kept busy greeting his friends when
he returned to Ocala. He is accom
nanied bv his friend. Mr. Aaron
Schuster of New "York and both gen-
tlemen are euests of Mr. and Mrs.
Max Israelson.
Miss Alice Watkins of Atlanta, ar-
rived in the city yesterday afternoon
to take the position as hat trimmer
-t the Stvle Hat Shon. Miss Watkins
comes to Ocala with the best of rec
ommendations and Miss Rena Smith,
proprietor of the Style Hat Shop, Is
Heine congratulated on securing Miss
Watkins services.
Lieut. William Coney, who is ex expected
pected expected to arrive in Jacksonville to tomorrow
morrow tomorrow evening in an airplane from
San Diego, is a brother to Mr. Edgar
vfin h ra connected with the of-
Uces cf the Roess Lumber Co. Mr.
Coney has many friends here who will
watch with interest the result of his
brother's flight.
There's no extra charge for clean clean-ng
ng clean-ng your fish at the city fish market.
Phone 158. tf

A feature of the Ocala Rotary
Club's celebration of the sixteenth an anniversary
niversary anniversary of Rotary tonight at 7:30
o'clock in the dining room of the new
Masonic home will be;a talk by Ro Rota
ta Rota rian Walter Colbert -of the Jack Jacksonville
sonville Jacksonville Rotary Club Rotarian Cor Cor-bttt
bttt Cor-bttt has an enviablereputation as a
speaker.. Addressed will be made by
Rotarian Roy Ottn A Visit to In International
ternational International Headquartersv" and by
Rotarian Dave- oodrow on 'George
Waahmgton Rotariikr :
.IT-,

In Girlhood, Womanhood,
Motherhood
Ro?.noke, Va. I haTe taken Dr.
Pierce's Favorite Prescription from
time to time for over IS years and
always found relief from it. When
I was first married, about 18-years
ago. I had feminine trouble. I began
taking the 'Prescription' and also the
'Pleasant Pelleta and I obta!nd sucb
wonderful benefits that I continued. 1
have taken all of Dr. Pierce's med
icines with the greatest- satisfaction.
"My sister Is taking Dr. Plerce'r
Pleasant Pellets at present and say
they are all any one can expect.
"I have given Dr. Pierce's Favorite
Prescription to my daughter, who i
16 years old. and also th. "Colder
Medical Discovery and they hav
done her a world of good." MR?
JOHN MORRIS. 9 Fifth Ave. N. V
All druggists sell Dr. Pierce

medicines.
. 1 1
A huge cabbage, almost as big as ;
a man can lift, is on exhibition at the j
Ocala National Bank. It was raised I
a. r t- tit xr tr )
near Martin. There ara thousands of 1 3
cabbage, almost if not quite as big. in H
Marion county and they have to be j g
fed to stock, because there is no mon-1
ey for them except the small supply!
used in Ocala. And up north there'
are thousands of people who would
gladly pay a good price for them, j
Deficient transportation. Good way
for northern people to have plenty of I
good vegetables is to come to Florida!
and buy the land that is now abundant i
and cheap.
W. K. Lane, M D, physician and
mrgeon, specialist eye, ear, nose and
throat. Office over 5 and 10 cent store,
Ocala, Fla. Adv. tf
Mr. R. F. Leland of the warship
Scuth Dakota, who has been spending
a twenty-day furlough with Ocala
friends, left Sunday morning for Key
West. Mr. Leland has fallen in love
with Ocala and intends to return when
his enlistment expires, which will be
May 9, completing eight years in the
navy. During that time Mr. Leland
has traveled all over the world. He
will be a welcome addition to our cit
izenry.
tpUR LOCATION
.OriTy jl few blocks .from
"iVnicA Depot. Glad to
you at any timeC
.V i: We sell T."
lavro CowFccd
and all other kinds of Feed,
Hav, Grain and Provisions.
V 4
If 6u are now buying from
. us tell your friends. 1
Dancse Feed & Grocery
Company
636 W. Forsjlh Street
JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA
,Ti:a
"Where a delicate organ
like the eye is concerned
the best possible atten attention
tion attention is advisable.
Consult
DR. K. J. WEIHE,
Optometrist and Optician
Eyesight Specialist
CYLINDER REBOREVG
MACfflNE
For All Cars
JFFICIENT WORKMEN,
PHOMPT SERVICE
REASONABLE CHARGES
GEO. J. VVILUAMS
Formerly Carroll Motor Company
Garage, Osceola St.
Phone 597 NlgnHUS

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MMrpffiiy Motor Gemmpsomy

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Expert Hpairs Tires Gas andOU
"Accessories Storage,

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Main StreeVOpiMte Foundry
f

I LEI OS BIO YOU A $.
BUNGALOW. -" g
:Tl Select your own lot and ft:

plans. Terms: half cash,
balance like rent Call and
talk it over with us.
RAY I THOMSON
Abstract Building
h jAi? jAl? jk? Jr? Jk iL?
Geo. MacKay I Co.'
Funeral Directors
and Embalmers
Two Licensed Embalmers
Motor Funeral Cars
Private Morgue and Chapel
Day -Phone 47
Night Phone 515
G. B. Overton, Manager
u:iggrti!t;;::;:!:;t::!!:;r;;:t:
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CONTRACTOR
Estimates Given Fe
Phone 526
O.T.!a, Fla.
J. D. DAWKINS
ALL KINDS OF
FRESH MEATS, FISH
and OYSTERS
EVERY
TUESDAY and FRIDAY
Phone 519
111 W. BroJidway.
;C. Cecil Bryant-
cccncticg and Auditing ;
PHONE 332
L. ALEXANDER
PRACTICAL CARI'ENTKR ANll
,BU1LJ)ER
( ari-'ul estimates made on all coM
work. Gives more and better
uvik fr the money than any other J
contractor in the city..
THERE'S A "SLIGHT"
in
REPAIRING TIRES
PROPERLY
but years of experence have taught
us the trick. When yours give
you troble call us.
BLALOCK BROS..
VULCANIZING
Ocala House Block
PHONE 78
NEEDHAM MOTOR CO.
General Aulo Rcpaiiiny
r
and Sisraflc
Gasoline, Oils and Grease
USED CARS FOR SALE
Cars Washed $1.00
Cars Polifched -50
Oklawaha Ave. & Orange St.
PJione 252
A silver offering is ail 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
vlriting artist. 18-3C

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

ROSES
PALMS
GlEN ST. MAKY NURSERY

..h,, .. ,. ,;i!i;fiH7TTrtr'

OF FLOHIDA'SUEST GARAGES

lmSSITIED
ADVERTISEMTS

IVANTEH. LOST, FOUND, FOS
SALE, FOR RENT AND SIM SIMILAR
ILAR SIMILAR LOCAL NEEDS
Rates: Six lines, maximum, one time,
23c; three times. 50c; six times, 75c;
one month. $X Payable in advance.
:iIERO-COLA WOODY ARD We are
prepared. to furnish oak or pine
wood for either stove or fireplace
on short notice. We deliver your
money's worth promptly. Give us a a-trial
trial 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 suitable
for any purpose by applying at the
stables. Anthony Farms, Anthony,
Fla. 18-tf
FOR SALE 150 rods of woven fence
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
nght person. Address P. O. Box
250, Ocala, Fla. 18-31
WANTED Energetic man, or
woman of sales ability to write
insurance for an old line Life In Insurance
surance Insurance Co. of Xatftma! reputa reputation.
tion. reputation. Liberal contract. Experience
not essential. We hare 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. 18-3t
FOR SALE Porta Rico potato plants
$1.75 per thousand, 10,000 lots
$1.65. Ready March 1st The J. R.
Davis Farms, Bartow, Fla. 18-8t
DIAMOND Stick pin, blue white
stone, about one-third karat. $100
buys it; a sacrifice. Address, "E,"
care of the Star. 19-St
FOR SALE 1918 Ford roadster, in
good condition; for sale cheap for
cash. Apply Needham Motor Co.,
phone 252. 21-t
HOGS STRAYED To residence of
C. R. Tydings. Owner can have
- same by identification, .paying for
feed and this ad. 22-6t
FOR SALE Twenty-four Black Mi Minorca
norca Minorca laying hens and two' roosters,
$2 each. 219 Anthony road. W. A.
Penland, Ocala. 22-6t-
HAVANA HAT CO. S. S. Baker at
Florida House this week.. New hats
manufactured, old hats cleaned and
blocked. 22-6t
NOTICE
Mr. G. B. Overton is now our
funeral director and embalmer. Night
hone 515, day phone 47.
if-tf George MacKay & Company.
BUICK FOR QUICK SALE
Buick six Al shape; good tires, top,
j etc.; price $625. Spencer-Pedrick
; Motor Co., Ocala. Fla.
14-tf
A new lot of Powder Puffs just in
at Gerig's Drug Store. 1 tf
Arrival and departure of passenger
tra:ns at OCALA UNION STATION.
The following schedule figures pub published
lished published as information ani not guar guar-anteed.
anteed. guar-anteed. (Eastern Standard Time)
SEABOARD AIR LINE RAILROAD
Lea e
:15 am
:55 pra
ArriT
2:10 am
1:34 aa
4:15 pm
JacksonvOIe-NTork
Jacksonville
Jacksonville
TamDa-
:17p
I
2:l.r. am Manatee- 4:05 pta
St, Petersburg
.:15 am Tampa 2:10 am
2:15 am Manatee- 4:17 pm
:05 pm Tampa-St. PetrsLrg 4:17 pm
ATLANTIC COAST LINE B, B.
Leave ArriTS
2:12 pm Jackson ville-NTfork 2:48 am
1:45 pm Jksonville-Gainsville 3: So pm
6:12 am Jksonville-Gnesville 10:13 pm
2:4- am St-Petsbrg-Lakeland 2:12 am
3:35 pm Si Petabrg-LakeLand 1:25 pm
7:10 am Dunnellon-Wilcox
7:2.i am Dunellon-Lkeland 11:03 om
2:ZZ pm Homosassa 1:30 pm
10:13paj Leesburg 6:42 am
1:45 pm Gainesville 11:50 am
"Monday, Wednesday, Friday.
"Tuesdav. Thursday. Saturday.
FRUIT
TREES
CO. GLEN ST. MARY, HA,
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OCALA, FLORIDA

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