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OCALA. FLORIDA. THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 24, 1921
SUBSCRIPTIONS REACHED 540
Oil SECOND DAY
Committee Met This Morning to Reor
ganize For Renewed Efforts
The total subscriptions in the Mar Marion
ion Marion County Board of Trade drive for
an objective of $10,000 reached the
sum of $5400 yesterday. It is climb climbing
ing climbing steadily. Many individuals and
heads of firms were out when the
solicjtors called yesterday. A meet meeting
ing meeting of the committees was held this
morning at 10:30 o'clock for the pur purpose
pose purpose of reorganizing preparatory to
another attack. There is still consid considerable
erable considerable territory to he covered in
Ocala and the county has yet to be
invaded. As the largest proportion of
the publicity given by the Board of
Trade has to do with the county as a
whole, the committees are confident
that the people of the county will
assist with the financing of the or organization.
ganization. organization. More than half of the
items on the tentative program of
work for the year affect the county as
a whole directly.
There will be no meeting of the
Board of Trade tonight. As soon as
the drive "has reached its objective a
big meeting will be held and a budget
and program of work for the year
.ill be submitted for ratification.
The following subscribers to the
Board of Trade fund were added yes yesterday,
terday, yesterday, bringing the total number, of
subscribers to 155: N
Dr. H. W. Henry, Louis R. Chazal
& Sons Co., Christian Ax, Bitting &
Phillips, II. B. Masters Co., G. S.
Skott, L. T. Izlar, Ocala Manufactur Manufacturing
ing Manufacturing Co., F. W. Cook, Ollie Mordis,
George W. Chase, Auto" Sales Co.,
Carter's Bakery, Loncala Phosphate
Co., W. F. Blesch, W. II. Marsh, B. H.
Sanders, Anthony Tudisce, Dr. E. G.
Peek, The Weihe Company, Ocala
Telephoen Co., C. A. Harris.
I Associated Pressi
Columbia, Feb. 24. Barney Evans,
a local attorney who was arrested by
the South Carolina house of represen representatives
tatives representatives for an attack -on Representa Representative
tive Representative Sapp, of Columbia, and who spent
the night in jail, publicly apologized
when brought before the house today
and his apology was accepted. Evans
was released from custody. It is
charged that Evans threatened Sapp.
Sapp knocked him down twice.
Oak Vale, Feb. 23. Mr. Melvin
Boyer spent the week-end with the j
Lawton Priest family at Morriston,
going to Ocala Monday and returning
Mr. Trescott of New York, who is
spending the winter in Gainesville,
spent last week with Mr. M. D. Clan Clancy.
cy. Clancy. Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Anderson and
daughters, Miss Lou Eva and Leola
spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs.
Frank Willis of Williston.
Mr. Robert Mattair, who recently
moved into the Joe Huggins place,
was obliged to kill a negro Friday aft afternoon.
ernoon. afternoon. The negro entered Mr. Mat Matter's
ter's Matter's home in the absence of the fam family
ily family and secured a Winchester Mr.
Mattair heard him and went in, but
was confronted by the negro with the
Evn and it was a case of self-defense,
so decided by competent jurors at the
inquest held Saturday,
Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Reddick spent
Wednesday at the Crumpton Reddick
home near Williston.
Mrs. Nick Priester and little sons,
Nick Jr. and Allan, who have been
with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. M.
Anderson for two weeks, returned
Sunday to their home in Jacksonville.
Miss Gertrude Sutton spent the
week end with Miss Mollie Noegels
and other friends at Morriston.
For some cause we failed to have a
carrier on our mail route Tuesday
morning and the- postoffice secured
Mr. Michael Clancy to cany the mail
SUGAR SATURDAY AND MONDAY
, age. It Is especially noticeable after a
12 pounds of sugar for one dollar, mi mK' after smoking or during ex ex-wlth
wlth ex-wlth a dollar's worth of other groc- ertloo. This Is another of nature's
eries for cash, Saturday and Monday quiet warnings. It usually accom accom-r.ly.
r.ly. accom-r.ly. Phone 377. panies high blood pressure, with er
dly-3t-tf H. B. 'WHITTINGTON. without hardening of the arteries, Tne
. more often the sensation recurs and
See the Dog Show at the O. H. S.
carnival. First ever held in Florida. ",rn xnm moom -Finest
dogs in the world and of. the Willis Bump says he come of cvlo
most illustrious ancestry. Collies, nial stock. Says his ancestors nted to
Shepherds, Poodles, Airedales. War onck th witches.
TW, ca.hm ., 00 a aillls And their descendant ducks
OF DRIVE FOR
BOARD OE TRADE
OUTFLEV AIIY EAGIE
Coney Came from Dallas to Jackson Jacksonville
ville Jacksonville this Morning in Eight Hours
and Thirteen Minutes
Jacksonville, Feb. 24 Lieut. Coney,
who started from Dallas, Tex., at
10:14 last night on the last lap of his
trans-continental flight, arrived here
at 7:27 this morning. His flying time,
according to the official compilation,
was 20 hours and 32 minutes for the
2079 miles from San Diego, which is
an average of more than 98 miles an
hour. His flying time from Dallas to
Jacksonville was eight hours and 13
WAS GIVEN A GREAT WELCOME
Lieut. Coney flew over the city,
scraped the wheels of the machine on
the sands of Pablo Beach and return returned
ed returned here, landing at Camp Johnston.
With the exception of two hours, the
flight from Dallas to Jacksonville
was made in darkness. Not until he
was over Mobile did he see any lights.
Coney said at some periods he was
Pying 150 miles an hour, but his
average speed was about 100 miles.
Scores of friends and relaitves from
his home at Brunswick, Ga., over overwhelmed
whelmed overwhelmed him. His mother and three
brothers also were here.
Many assembled at the Country
Club house yesterday at three o'clock
8t the invitation of Mrs. Clarence
Camp, to again play for the cup that
she offered two weeks ago and having
won it herself, again put it up yester yesterday.
day. yesterday. A foursome was started but the
downpour of rain came before any of
the players finished the game; some
were almost to the club house but
none finished. The tournament will
have to be played again, but any of
the same fours can play their match
off any time before Sunday night.
There were quite a number of others
out at the club house beside the golf golfers
ers golfers who enjoyed cards and conversa
tion during the afternoon. Mrs. Camp
served coffee, tea, cakes and sand
HEART CAN FEEL NO PAIN
But Vital Organ 8ends Out Its Mss Mss-sage
sage Mss-sage of Warning When Physical
le heart has no nerves of sensa sensation,
tion, sensation, Stanley M. Rlnehart, M. D..
writes in the Saturday Evening Post.
If the surgeon could get to It without
catting through the sensory nerves on
the surface of the body he could op operate
erate operate upon the heart Itself without
causing pain. And yet pain Is some sometimes
times sometimes a symptom of heart disease, but
It Is produced In a roundabout way.
If the heart cannot feel, how can
there be pain In heart disease?
Branches of the heart nerves go to
certain subceuters In the spinal cord,
and there they connect with the super
ficlal nerves of sensation. Continued
Irritation of the heart nerves Is thus
communicated to ths surface nerves
and there is reflex or referred pain,
not in the heart, but la the chest wall
over which the sensory nerves are dts-
True heart pain is always due to ex exhaustion
haustion exhaustion of the heart muscle snd may
be recognized by the presence of other
symptoms. It is made worse by
the slightest exertion; by anything
that Increases the rapidity of the
heart's contractions. And nearly al always
ways always the respirations are labored and
deep, expressing the desire of the slug sluggish
gish sluggish blood stream for more air. Bat
the pain Is In the chest wall, never in
More significant than pain is a feel feeling
ing feeling of contraction, of tightness in the
chest behind the breastbone, which
may be experienced by those of middle
j the more easily it is Induced, the more
' attention it demands.
SLAPPED THEM Oil
Pieayiuu&h Punishment Dealt Out to
Japanese for Murder of an j
Ajsociatfc4 I'rmj j i Associated Press)
Tokio, Feb. 24. The sentry who. St. Augustine. Feb. 24. As Mr.
shot Lieut. Langdon and was acquit-! Harding completes the formation of
ted by-a courtmartial, was sentenced J his cabinet, he is giving increasing at at-to
to at-to one month's imprisonment for mak-; tention to the reorganization of the
ing, a false statement before the trial i executive machinery. It is known he
tribunal. His suDenor officers were ;
sentenced to terms of imprisonment
varying from one week to a month
for failing to train and instruct the
sentry properly regarding his duties,
News of the wedding of Mr. Yonge
Sage and Miss Alice O'Connor, which
was solemnized Tuesday in Jackson
ville, was received in this city with
much interest as thebridegroom is an
Ocala boy. the only son and youngest
child of Mr. and Mrs. C. K. Sajre, and
, , ii
the Drettv bride, who is oneinallv-i
from Dallas, Texas, but a resident of
Jacksonville for the past few years,
visited her husband's parents in Jan-;
uary and made many friends and ad admirers
mirers admirers who will learn with pleasure
that after a visit in St. Augustine,
the young couple will conclude their
wedding trip in Ocala. They are ex expected
pected expected to arrive in a few days, and
after their visit here will return to
Jacksonville to make their future
home. Both Mr. and Mrs. Sage are
expert Western Union operators and
are highly esteemed in Jacksonville by
a host of friends, both in the business
world and socially. Their Ocala friends
wish them every happiness.
Charter Oak, Feb. 24. The farmers
are busy planting their crops.
Rev. Brant preached two interest interesting
ing interesting sermons at the Charter Oak Bap Baptist
tist Baptist church last Sunday and Sunday
Mr. Alfred Loften, who has been
working at Palm Beach, has come
home to see his parents, Mr. and Mrs.
A. M. Loften.
Mrs. J. M. Brantley has been very
ill, but she says that she is improv improving,
ing, improving, which will be good news to her
Mr. and-Mrs. Denmark were in our
community last week.
Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Freer, Mr. and
Mrs. J. W. Freer and Miss Agnes
Freer last Saturday went to Lake
Bryant on the east side of the Okla Okla-waha
waha Okla-waha river on a fishing trip and
caught 71 fish.
Mr. and Mrs. Price spent last Sun Sunday
day Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Redding.
Mrs. Morrow, our school teacher,
and her son, William Morrow went
over to her place at Weirsdale last
Miss Evelyn Loften spent Sunday
with Miss Susie McDermitt.
Blitchton, Feb. 24. A number of)
tur people attended the basket ball
game at Fellowship Saturday after afternoon
noon afternoon between Fellowship and Mcin Mcintosh.
tosh. Mcintosh. Mr. and Mrs. Dug Fant and children
of Flemington spent Sunday with Mr.
and Mrs. F. E. Fant.
Dr. and Mrs. J. L. Davis, Mrs. Sue
Mclver, Miss Mamie Fant and Mr.
John Triplette of Irvine were Sunday
Mrs. Joe Priest and Mrs. Leola
Mills andMr. Stuart Priest of Mor Morriston
riston Morriston and their guest, Mrs. John
Curry of Crystal River, spent Sunday
with Mr. and Mrs. B. R. Blitch.
Messrs. Don and Lum Mclver of
Ocala, were here Wednesday greeting
Mr. J. W. Coulter is the owner of
a new Ford truck.
Messrs. J. B. George and Ralph
George visited Ocala Wednesday aft afternoon.
ernoon. afternoon. SUGAR SATURDAY AND MONDAY
12 pounds of sugar for one dollar,
With a dollar's worth of other groc groceries
eries groceries for cash, Saturday and Monday
dly-3t-tf H. B. WHITTINGTON.
A new lot of Powder Puff?
at Gerig's Drug Store.
Splendid assortment of Phonograph
Records. Your choice while they last
fat 75 cents each. N. U. KINDT,
21-6t 306 North Magnolia St.
SERVICES FRIDAY AT
THE EPISCOPAL CHURCH
Litanr and holy communion at 10
a. m. There will be no evening serv services
ices services on Friday this week.
J. J. Neighbor, Rector.
IDTEUDS TO HAVE
Harding Haa i Mind Sweeping
Change in Many Got era went
has in mind sweeping changes in
many government departments and
bureaux. It is understood the presi-
'dent-elect told some of his advisors
'he regards the chairmanship of the
1 reorganization commission as a post
j virtually on a par with a cabinet port-
! HIGH SCHOOL CARNIVAL
; BEGINS FRIDAY EVENING
Every body in the city and many
!from surroundinff towns are antici.
; . .,
I p ting another treat from the pupils
jof the hih schooi in the wav of
j carnival. Last year they so success-
fully carried out a carnival entertain-
ment that they have planned another
one for Friday and Saturday, which
r romises to even surpass the one giv given
en given last season. Those who miss the
carnival will miss a great treat.
Tomorrow afternoon at 5 o'clock
the carnival will open with a parade
through the business section. The
queen, Miss Elizabeth Bennett, and
Mr. Nat Mayo will head the parade.
Marie Mathews, Ullaine Barnett,
Christine Close and Rhoda Thomas as
attendants and Maxwell Thomas and
Claude Barnett as heralds and Bobbie
Cox as page will follow. There will
be a handsome chariot for the queen
and king and attendants and other
cars in the procession will be elab elaborately
orately elaborately decorated, advertising the
side shows at the carnival grounds.
At six o'clock the carnival will
open its gates to the public. Entrance
will be from the gate on the Atlantic
Oast Line side, and the price of ad admission
mission admission will ba 10 cents. Supper will
be served by most attractive wait waitresses
resses waitresses from six o'clock on, and the
menu consists of chicken salad, po potato
tato potato salad, ham, chicken and domino
special sandwiches, tea and coffee.
The following are some of the side
shows: Mr. King, the Great Equili Equilibrist
brist Equilibrist from Keith's vaudeville, will be
at both shows, Friday and Saturday,
then the baby show, girls' vaudeville,
boys' minstrels, show for men only,
fashion show that will please all the
ladies, wild animal show, dog show,
fortune tellers, trip to Mars, merry-go-round,
The carnival will close with a dance
at the Ocala House, led by the queen
BUILT IN HONOR OF BUDDHA
Hill Tempi of Bore-Budor In Java Is
One of the Marvsl of the
The hill temple of Boro-Bndor In
Java is one of the most gigantic and
finest works ever reared by the an ancients.
cients. ancients. It represents more human
labor and artistic skill than the great
Dvramid of ErTDt. Said Alfred R.
Wallace, the scientist: "The human
labor and skill expended on Boro-
Budor Is so great that that expended
on the greet pyramid links Into Insig Insignificance."
nificance." Insignificance." Th tenmle was built about the
seventh century of oar era. It stands
in Central Java, originally a monu
ment of Buddha. The ashes of Bud Buddha,
dha, Buddha, originally divided into eight parts
and buried in eight different places,
were disinterred and re-divided into
84.000 parts, which were placed in
tl and distributed all over his
When Buddhist missionaries went
to Java In the seventh century they
carried with them one of these vases.
As a fitting receptacle for the vase,
Boro-Budor temple, the finest piece of
architecture in the then known world,
and one which has never been rivaled
since, was erected.
Thsn Ha Said tt.
Colonel Blank (to orderly) I've no noticed
ticed noticed the marines about the -post re repeatedly
peatedly repeatedly using a peculiar cxpressien.
Wherever I go lately I hear. "IH say
It is. What's the Idea?
Private Smith (formerly of Harvard
Law Schoel) Sir, the phrase you
mention Is ususlly spoken In affirma affirmation
tion affirmation or approvsl of some statement
recently uttered. The- pecuHr em emphasis
phasis emphasis It imparts to a truism with
which the speaker I heartily in ac accord
cord accord has led te its. colloquial adop adoption,
tion, adoption, I think. Ia my explanation sat satisfactory
isfactory satisfactory .sir'
Colonel Blank HI say It Is. Pitts Pittsburgh
burgh Pittsburgh Chronicle-Telegraph.
Edith Maud Elderly has remark remarkably
ably remarkably fresh complexion.
Marie Hasnt she? I never saw
such a yoacg bead on such old shoul shoulders.
ders. shoulders. Loades Opinio.
HOOVER PUT IT
UP TO IIHIIG
Evident that the Scientific Philanthro Philanthropist
pist Philanthropist Considers Cabinet Positioa aa aa-of
of aa-of Secondary Importaaee
New York. Feb. 24. Hubert Hoov
er declared in a statement today that
he had left it to Mr. Harding to de decide
cide decide whether he could be of more ser service
vice service as secretary of commerce or as
director of European relief.
In a statement dictated to the As Associated
sociated Associated Press, Mr. Hoover said: I
left it to Mr. Harding to determine
whether he considered I can be of
more service to the public as secre secretary
tary secretary of commerce or carrying out the
public trust already entrusted to me
as a private citizen.
The statement was dictated after
Mr. Hoover had announced he had put
cp to the president-elect a proposal
for general reconstruction of the de department
partment department of commerce.
-FOREVER IS A BIG
WORD, MR. CARLTON
Miami, Fla.,' Feb. 24. The Western
Union Telegraph Company's South
American cable will eventually be
landed at Miami, said Newcomb B.
Carlton, president of the company,
here yesterday. Carlton and several
vice presidents of the Western Union
are here to personally look into the
"Presidents may come, and they
may go; naval secretaries may rise in
ower and then go back into oblivion,
but the Western Union goes on for forever,
ever, forever, said Carlton.
A STATEMENT FROM
I wish to make a statement to the
people of District No. 2. When the
budget was made Oct. 1st, 1920, there
was $49,050 set aside for road funds
for the five districts, or $9810 for
each district. When No. 2 paid what
it owed for the previous year it had
$8633.34. When the new board met
Jan. 4, 1921. the clerk furnished me
with a memorandum of bills up to
Dec. 1, 1920, which showed Mr. Hut
chens had spent $4187.82, leaving a
balance of $4446.02. When I received
the clerk's statement Jan. 15th. 1921,
it showed district No. 2 in debt
$323.57. Mr. Hutchens spent in De
cember $4769.59. Mr. Hutchens spent
at the rate of $2985.80 per month for
three months, leaving me with $323.5?
less than nothing to spend on roads in
nine months and the hard roads, some
of them, so bad people leave them and
go to the woods. I also find the dis district
trict district with nothing in the way of ma machinery
chinery machinery save one Ford truck and it al almost
most almost worn out. I wish to make' this
statement so the people of the district
will know why their roads are not be
ing worked. E. B. Weathers.
'UGAR SATURDAY AND MONDAY j
12 pounds of sugar for one dollar,
vith a dollar's worth of other groc-!
nes for cash, Saturday and Monday
nly. Phone 377.
dly-3t-tf H. B. WHITTINGTON.
Others are being restored to health
and happiness by the treatment. Why
not you? Dr. Kiplinger, Ocala
ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE
OF TRAINS IN OCALA
Seaboard Air Line
Arrive from Jacksonville.. 2:10a.m.
Leave for Tampa .. 2:15 a.m.
Arrive from Jacksonville.. 1:10 p. m.
Leave for Tampa 1:65 p.m.
Arrive from Jacksonville.. 3:51p.m.
4:05 p. m.
Arrive from Tampa 2:14
Leave for Jacksonville.... 2:15a.m.
At rive from Tampa 1:35 p.m.
Leave for Jacksonville.... 1:55 p. 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 St. Petersburg 2:55 a. m.
Leave for New York 3:00 a. m.
Atlantic Coast Line
rrive from Jacksonville. 2:31 a.m.
eave for St. Petersburg. 2:22 a.m.
Arrive from Jacksonville.. 3:14 p.m.
Leave for St. Petersburg.. 3:35p.m.
Arrive from Jacksonville.. 10:12 p.m.
Leave for Leesburz 10:11 p.m-
Arrive from St. Petersburg 2:26 a.m.
eave for Jacksonville.... 2:27 a. m.
Arrive from St. Petersburg 1:25 p. xa.
Leave for Jacksonville.... 1:45p.m.
Arrive from Leesburg . . 6:41 a. nu
Leave for Jacksonville.... 6:42 a. m.
Arrive from Homosassa. . 1.25 p. m.
Leave for Homosassa 1:25 p.m.
Arrive from Gainesville,
daily except Sunday.... 11 :50a.m.
Leave for Gainesville, daily
except Sunday ......... 4:45 p m.
Leave for Lakeland Tues Tuesday,
day, Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday 7:25 a. nv
Ar. from Lakeland Tues Tuesday,
day, Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday il .-03 p. m.
Leave for Wilcox, Monday,
Wednesday and Friday.. 7:10a.m.
Arrive from Wilcox, Mon Monday.
day. Monday. Wednesday. Friday. :43 p.m.
IIITEIIDS TO GIVE
11 TO THE ALLIES
la the laformation Given by Turks to
the Conference for the
London. Feb. 24. A Constantinople
government delegate to the Near East
conference here, speaking in the name
of both his group and that of the na nationalists,
tionalists, nationalists, told the allied conferees to
day that both factions of the Turks
would accept the decision of the Al Allies.
lies. Allies. AMERICA BUTTS IN
Paris, Feb. 24. The United States
in a note to the council of the league
c nations on the mandate question
claims equal concern and interest
with the other principal allied and
associated powers in the overseas
possessions of Germany and in. their
TEA FOR VISITORS
The home of Mrs. H. W. Henry on
Oklawaha avenue was the scene yes yesterday
terday yesterday afternoon of one of tile most
peasant informal affairs of the sea season,
son, season, when she entertained about thir thirty
ty thirty of her friends at tea, between the
hours of four and six o'clock, in honor
of her guests, Mrs. D. H. Bowly. Mrs.
J. R, McSherry and Mrs. Robinson
tr.d iltss Annie Kobmson, cousins of
Dr. Henry, who are spending the win winter
ter winter in the city as guests of the family.
Dodwood, plum blossoms and other
wild flowers together with roses were
the decorations used to good advan
tage, making the reception hall and
music room where the guests assem assembled
bled assembled most cozy and attractive. Sprays
of bignonia were also artistically en
twined in all appropriate places.
Mrs. Henry and the honorees met
the guests informally and a pleasant
time was spent chatting around the
large log fire in the music room. As
sisting Mrs. Henry in entertaining
her guests were Mrs. W, A. Knight
and Miss Tillie Pasteur, the latter
Iouring tea during the afternoon from
a prettily decorated table, while the
former passed sandwiches and cake.
There is no better way of becoming
acquainted with visitors to the city
than these informal at home affairs,
and indeed it was a pleasure for those
present yesterday to meet and know
better Mrs. Bowly, who has before on
her visits to Ocala won many friends.
while her sister, Mrs. McSherry, is
here for the first time and by her
charming personality has won many
admirers. Mrs. Robinson and Miss
Annie Robinson, who spent last winter
in the city, are being given a most
cordial greeting by the hosts of
friends they made then.
Mrs. Henry will again entertain
this afternoon for her visitors, and
the .invited guests include about
twenty-four .of her friends who play
Conner, Feb. 23. Mrs. J. W. Ran Randall
dall Randall left yesterday for Charleston, ft.
C, to join her husband, J. W. Randall,
who has been in the -navy for some
time and who will now be employed in
We welcome into our midst Dr. and
Mrs. A. H. Wingo, who are now locat located
ed located at the old Griggs home. Dr. Wmgo
is from Norcross, Ga., and was re recently
cently recently married to Mrs. Belle Ring of
Rev. Gus Padgett of Fort McCoy,
filled his regular appointment Sunday
at the Oklawaha Baptist church. A
large congregation was present. Mrs.
A'lan Powell of Fort Myers, sang a
solo which was greatly enjoyed.
W. L. Colbert, county tax assessor,
was at Lynne and Conner Saturday
attending to his official duties.
m Mrs. Earl Long and baby were the
week-end guests of Mrs. W. C. Wall.
H. A. Atwater of Palatka is in the
neighborhood preparing to
work at his logging camp.
S. L. Manning was a business visi visitor
tor visitor in Ocala Saturday.
The school at Indian Mound closed
Friday, and a picnic was enjoyed by
the pupils and their friends, at the
Lonnie Randall, George Randall, J.
W Roberts and Robert Jernigan of
Conner went to Silver Springs Satur Saturday
day Saturday via the Oklawaha river.
E. O. Powell and Addison Hicks
spent Wednesday fishing at Big Lake,
and hooked a string of fine speckled
A timely rain this afternoon, tho'
accompanied by a good deal of wind,
saved the garden truck and was wel welcomed
comed welcomed by the fanners.
Messrs. P. T. Randall, W. C. WalL
Charles Henderson and several others
went to Ocala Saturday to a farmers'
Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Rogers were
visitors to Ocala Saturday.
Hill nmi lint i ntinm
HAHDIIIG THE 11
President Will Ride with President-
Elt to the Capitol oa Inaa Inaa-,
, Inaa-, guration Day
(Associated Press 1
Washington. Fh 21 rs,.;
Wilson will ride with President-elect
IT i: ..
lu"U4ii5 to me caitol March 4th, it
as announced today.
After striking out practically all of
the provisions for federal regulation
cf. the coal industry in emerr-em-ie
and for secial taxation on excess pro-
rts, tne Senate manufactures commit committee
tee committee agreed today to unaimously re report
port report favorably the Calder bilL
Washington. Feb. 21. Th rn.n.
troller of the currency today issued a
call for the condition of all national
tanks at the close of business Mon Monday,
day, Monday, February 21st.
MRS. IL A. BOLEY
Mrs. M."A. Ten Eyck and sister.
Mrs. M. E. Williamson, have the sym
pathy of their Ocala friends in the
death' of their sister, Mrs. H. A. Boley
of DeLand, who died this morning at
3 o'clock after a long spell of sickness.
Both Mrs. Ten Eyck and Mrs. Will Williamson
iamson Williamson were with their sister when
she passed away, and will return to
Ocala probably tomorrow after the
funeral, which takes place in the
AN ADVOCATE OF THE
London, Feb. 4. Dr. Josiah Old Old-field,
field, Old-field, English physician and authoi,
who believes that flesh-eating is a
prolific source of disease and one of'
the worst enemies of the human race,
is of the opinion that the wastage of
life caused by the war might be speed speedily
ily speedily repaired by right feeding.
Dr. Oldfield is a strong advocate of
the fruitarian diet and has been
senior physician of the Lady Msy Msy-garet
garet Msy-garet Fruitarian Hospital at Brom Bromley.
ley. Bromley. Writing from Jamaica he says:
"My observations here confirm my
views that food and fertility go hand
in hand. The commission dealing
with the grave problem of the stead steadily
ily steadily falling birth rate in Europe has
failed to grasp the fundamental truth
which applies to vegetable and animal
and human life alike that a right
dietary means increased fertility and
wrong feeding leads to increasing
"If a gardener wants much foliage
he feeds the plant with one food; it
he wants fruit or seed he feeds it
quite differently. So does the stock stock-feeder
feeder stock-feeder and breeder. It is a difference
in food only which transforms similar
eggs, one into a drone and another
irto a queen bee.
"Whereas before the war in every
European country the birth rate
showed a steady falL yet in Serbia,
Bulgaria and Rumania, where the
hardy peasants still lived on rye
bread, dried fruits, vegetables, cheese,
oil and sour milk, there was a con con-tir
tir con-tir uous high birth rate and no de decrease.
crease. decrease. "Here" in the West Indies, where the
dark races live on yams, sweet pota potatoes,
toes, potatoes, cassava, Indian corn, sugar,
milk, cocoanuts, bananas and-oranges.
with some salt fish, the birth rate is
high and the fertility irrepressible.
( "Owing to ignorance and want of
sanitation the infant mortality is high,
but when that is removed the black
population will multiply at a far
higher rate than the white unless the
white population of the world learns
that it is corn, oil and wine, salads,
milk and honey which produce a fer fertile
tile fertile race, and that most eating spells
MEETINGS AT MOUNT MORI A II
Rev. D. W. West, pastor oft Moun
Moriah Baptist church, has been call called
ed called to the pastorate of the White Rock
Baptist church, Lynchburg, Va. He
has not fully decided as to whether
he will accept. He has been invited
to' Norwich, Conn-, as prospective pas paster
ter paster of the Mount Calvary Baptist
church of that city. The elder likes
New England as well as Virginia, but
seems to be willing to remain a while
longer in Florida with the- Mount
Moriah church, even though he be
making a supreme sacrifice, for the
elevation of humanity, and the ad advancement
vancement advancement of the kingdom of Jesus.
We are holding prayer services at the
Mount Moriah church nightly .from
7:30 to 9 o'clock preparatory to re revival
vival revival services, which will begin with
t m 1 a
preacmng inunuij evening, reo. z,
1?21. The public is invited. The min ministers'
isters' ministers' of the gospel and Christians are
urged to participate. Come, sinner, to
the gospel feast. Reporter.
Star ads. bring in shekels.
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At noon today the temperature was
.54., The sun shone bright and the air
was like champagne that is, unless
champagne has changed since we had
any. When you faced the wind, it
riayed a tune on your anatomy like a
1 -.aster hand on a fiddle and made you
want to jump over your own head.
That is, if you were a live one. We
don't know how it feels to be dead"?
Orlando's mid -winter fair seems to
ht-ve been a greater success than evei.
The Sons of Rest is large-sized
aggregation but its members never
had the energy to organize.
Mr. S. C. Mayo, the noted K. of P.
orator, will speak at the big K. of P.
meeting in Ocala Monday night.
intliftfii. PaK 0-" AC.. c T T"
Three new families moved here last ghue of Jacksonville was in Anthony 'JS
"Arden" is m full bloom now, and its ; at the Belleview Rod and Gun Club's
American beauties and other lovely club house at Smith Lake Tuesday.
varieties would make a northern flor
ist sigh in despair. The beautiful and I week from Zephyrhills, namely: Mr. 'last wee1: visiting her parents, Mr.ijJ
fragrant flower on its long stem, and j and Mrs. H. M. Hall and five children, and Mrs. J. J. Reeves.
which with care will retain its beauty; Mr. and Mrs. C. N. McDonald and Mrs. J." A. Perkins of Ocala spent &
for several days, would have cost us three children and Mr. and Mrs. C. O. the week-end in Anthony. tTt
so much in a northern city that we j Phillips and two children. They are j Mr. and Mrs. Shirley of Indiana, &
couldn't have afforded to look at it, : all living at present in the W. E. Mer- were guests at the home of Mr. and ;
while here it blooms before us free, rill house. Mrs. G. K. Keeney several days this'?1!
the gift of a friend. ; week. jj
CALVARY Mrs. Janie Swindell, who has been
Sport writer down the state would ; away for some time, is at home again, j ;a
Kke to see the Pepper Box- devote j Calvary, Feb. 23. The farmers are: Mrs. R. A. Baskin has been on the
more space to the professional ball j beginning to plant their spring crops sick list lately. i jjjj
club here and less to the local ama-'in this section. Mrs. Ed Carmichael of Ocsia spent
teurs and high school. I will say for : Mr. and Mrs. Fred Buhl and chil- Sunday with her sister, Mrs. N. B. j
the benefit of that fellow that he can jdren were business visitors in the city I Plummer.
attend to his business, as neither he 'j last Saturday. Miss Pauliae Palmer of Trilby spent
nor his paper pays my salary, and Mrs. Mary Gillis and sons and Saturday and Sunday at the home of ; ii
furthermore when I get ready to 'daughter and Mrs. Gillis grandson her parents. Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Pal- 11
Lake instructions irom orners wnai iiweer in ucaia last Saturday from mer.
must do I will take my orders from j Gaiter. Mr. W. S. Baskin has purchased a
TO BE GIVEN IN THE KEEN KUTTER AEROPLANE
somebody who knows more about the
game than thi3 said writer. Pepper Pepperbox
box Pepperbox Red of the T.-U.
Talk up to 'em. Red. Tell 'em to go
where big freezes in February won't
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Buhl and chil- ne-A Dodce car.
dren made-a flying trip in their new. Miss Caroline Pasteur returned to 3AJ
Declaring the transportation act a
failure both in theory and effect, Wm.
G. McAdoo, director of railroads dur during
ing during the war. says the carriers are
drifting toward government owner- j plenty of fish.
ship which, he adds, seems to be the
only apparent solution. The railroads,
Mr. McAdoo says, have not been put
irto the condition desired despite the
car to Salt Springs last Saturday eve- her fehool in Weirsdale Sunday after
ng. the week-end spent at home.
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Morrison and MrsC M. E. Howell returned home
son. M. J. Morrison, wife and children, last week after a short visit with
motored to the river Sunday and were I relatives in Ocala.
joined there by Mrs. Mary Gillis and j Miss Jocie Parrish of Citra spent
sons, Messrs. Tilden and Will Gillis, ; Sunday in Anthony, the guest of Miss
Miss Fay Gillis and Master Clyde Julia Meadows.
jaiuer. au report a line outinsr and 3lrs II. k. Taiton and little son.!;
. J" X!; n
Eugene spent several days in Ocala j Til
It seems like work must be gei-jlast week with Mrs. Talton's brother, j29;
ting scarce for there are so many Mr. D. E. Swindell.
hunting work now. Mrs. L. J. Manning and children of i
Mrs. Lafayette Miller and son, Ver-'Georgia came Monday to join Mr. '41
payment of j millions of dollars of the ; non of Martel were in the county seat Manning, who has been here for sev-
terms of the transportation act.
Mr. George Buhl was a business home in Anthony.
visitor to Ocala last Saturday.
If they do send General Wood to be ;
governor-general of the Philippines it j
w ill be for the purpose of putting him I
20.000 miles away from Washington.
How those republican politicians do
love a strong man. Times-Union.
For heavensake! For the last dozen
years you've done everything you
could to convince the public that j
Wood was a weak man.
Cabbage and lettuce plants for sale.
H. P. Bitting & Co. 9-tf
Mr. R. A. Swain is now handling a
full line of bread and cakes in connec connection
tion connection with his grocery.
DOMINO TEA ROOM
Exchange says that men crave an
appeal to the spiritual. They will find
plans and specifications in the New
Testament how to make such an appeal.
Milton H. Smith, president of the
Louisville and Nashville railroad, and
one of the old-time giants of railroal railroal-ism,
ism, railroal-ism, died at his home in Louisville,
From the way some of the women
tnlk. we e-ather that thev fierure on
cl anging things in this town in the
next election. Well say to them, hop
to it. Also, to pay their poll taxes.
David Xawrence says that Harding
will give Hughes a free hand in deal dealing
ing dealing with foreign affairs. It will be a
good thing for all hands if he does,
tut we stopped trying to keep tab on
Lawrence's mispredictions some time
The manner in which the Japanese
government has punished the men re responsible
sponsible responsible for the murder of an Amer American
ican American officer reminds us of the term,
"slapping them on the wrists," which
was coined some fifteen years ago.
Uncle Henry Ford busted a super superannuated
annuated superannuated egg right in the faces of the
Jews, and the chances are that the
Jews will bust Uncle Henry. He
should have stuck to lizzies and their
ly-products and let politics and jour
The Sinn Fein has ordered Irish
newspapers not to print reports of the
execution of any of its men by the
British authorities. The Sinn Fein,
like everybody else, will find out that
a good way to promote its undoing is
to try to muzzle the press.
Ve,ry few people in this country,
and probably fewer in England are
aware that there is a treaty betwen
America and Great Britain by which
each power binds itself not to go to
war with the other until after a year's
deliberation and negotiation.
Bill Hayes and Mabel Hayes, of the
Alabama newspaper family, will be
married next Monday and will start.
or. foot, to Rio de Janeiro. Good luck
to the Hayes'. Times-Union.
Yes, here's hoping the road will not
be rough as they hayfopt, strawfoot,
along the way.
Geo. MacKay 8 Co.
Two Licensed Embalmers
Motor Funeral Cars
Private Morgue and Chapel
Day Phone 47
Night Phone 515
G.'B. Overton. Manager
LET US BUILD YOU A
Select your own lot and
plans. Terms: half cash,
balance like rent. Call and
talk it over with us.
RAY 8 THOMSON
The American Senate refused to
latify the Versailles treaty, the peo people
ple people backed up its decision by a huge
majority, Mr. Wilson goes out of office
in a few days, and yet our state de department
partment department insists on butting into tho
matter of mandates which only mem mem--
- mem-- bers of the league of nations have a
Belleview, Feb. 22. Little Miss
Vivian Abshire enjoyed a birthday
party at her home Wednesday after
noon, lhirteen little girls and boys
were present. This happy little group
played games, after which they gath
ered about the table for the hostess'
birthday cake and punch treat. i
Misses Ellie and Minnie Tremere
entertained the Philathea class at
their home" last Wednesday afternoon.
This class is making a star quilt.
Mrs. Florence Wells and children
of New York arrived last week and
are the guests of Mrs. Wells' aunt,
Mrs. George Grunthal.
The play entitled, "The King of the
Philippines," the bazaar and chicken
pattie supper given at the Civic
League hall last Thursday and Friday
nights were very successful and a
good sum was realized toward im im-piovement
piovement im-piovement of the pretty little club
Little Teddie Hull has been under
the care of an Ocala physician for a
few days. We hope he will soon be
Mr. Tom Hames was home from
New Smyrna over Sunday.
-The Epworth League young people
enjoyed a pound party at their park
Mr. and Mrs. O. S. Shade and Mr.
Jack Drew returned to Jacksonville
Mr. and Mrs. Beardsley left Sun
day for their home in Illinois, after
spending a few weeks at the home of
Mr. O. M. Gale.
Rev. Martin of Island Grove
preached two very interesting ser
mons at the Baptist church Sunday.
The Ladies' Aid of the Methodist
church will give a supper at the town I
hall next Thursday night, Feb. 24th. ;
Don't forget that the "Beantowi j
Choir" will put on its play at the
town hall for the second time Friday
right, Feb. 25th. Come and help tne
Baptist Young People's Union raise
money for their bell and belfry.
Everybody is glad to see Mr. O. M.
Gale out again.
Mrs. George Grunthal gave a card
party at the Civic League hall Mon Monday
day Monday evening.
Miss Eleanor Abshire was given a
birthday surprise party at her home
Monday night. The evening was very
pleasantly spent with games and
singing and refreshments of hot choc
olate and cake were served at a late j Between Ten Cent Stare and Gerig'a
Mr. James Stevens and Mr. Moore
of Ocala called on friends Monday
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Banister moved
to Leesburg Tuesday. We regret to i
lose this nice couple but wish them
the best of luck in their new home.
Mrs. LaChance returned home Sat-'
crday from New Smyrna.
Mr. S. P. Cramer of Cleveland, 0.,!
arrived in Belleview Tuesday. ;
Mr. Millenax.of Orlando is visiting'
Dr. B. A. Tanner.
Mr. Freeman Hames and Mr.
Los sin built a platform to shoot from j
Plan to eat your supper Friday
and Saturday nights at the High j ?
School Carnival Tea Room, which will
u : i t i e it. ii...
ue in tiiaigc ui several ui me prciiy i
high school girls. The Domino menu j
...:n u rM. l j A-i-
vui ue as iuuuws; viucjven a.nu potato j
salad, chicken, pimento, ham and j j;
domino special sandwiches, coffee, tea i Tfl
and cake, all at reasonable prices. 2t Jj
Both for Ladies and Children g
and a large line of
Purchase from us a Keen Kutter Safety Razor at the
regular price of one dollar, or five dollars worth of
Keen Kutter merchandise and you will received num numbered
bered numbered ticket which will allow you to participate in a
free drawing to be held in our Hardware Department
the day the plane arrives.
A. M. Alcorn, Flying Salesman of the Simmon's
Hardware Co. is calling on us Friday of this week and
will probably remain until Sunday, hence we can
make this wonderful offer.
See the exact model of the plane in our window,
and ask for further particulars.
Headquarters for Keen Kutter Hardware
Now on Display
MMirplliiy Mottor Compaey
ONE OF FLORID A'SIBEST GARAGES
Expert Repairs Tires Gas and Oil
Main Street, Opposite Foundry - OCALa, FLORIDA
W? af af W If W W f W M W J af L' W M If alf atV' M '! M afV k. a af M at af af al ai? ari W W w w arf W 'a a
Style Hat Shop
Our Specialty Is
NEEDHAM MOTOR CO. 1
General Auto Repairing iff
and Storage n
Gasoline, Oils and Grease ; H
USED CARS FOR SALE :
Cars Washed 31-00t:
Cars Polished 50 j H
Oklawaha Ave. &. Orange St.!H
Phone 252 ii
The Ocala Evening Star has finally
won out in its long fight with the Sea Seaboard
board Seaboard to have all its passenger trains
stop at the place intended the pas passenger
senger passenger depot Orlando Reporter-Star.
- Yes, brother, but if it hadn't had
the help of A. S. Wells of the rail-
read commission it might have been a
nueh longer time in winning.
The gloom of yesterday afternoon,
so-far as our sanctum was concerned,
was dispelled by a laree and beautiful
rose from the forest garden of Mrs.
S. T. Sistrunk, on the most pictur picturesque
esque picturesque hill beside the Silver river.
J. D. DAWKINS
ALL KINDS OF
FRESH MEATS, FISH
111 W. Broadway
CYLINDER REBORHYG jg
For All Cars
GEO, J. WILLIAMS
Formerly Carroll Motor Company
Garage, Osceola St.
A Complete Stock
One of the Li vest
Stores in the City
A Grand and Gorgeous Event by the
Ocala High School
Forget Your Troubles.
Come and have the time of your life.
.T"'c Where a
r iiKe me eye is concerned i
- the best possible atten
As a strengthening tonic there Is
frtfV ?ti rw Karfii Vot VnT mrA TlWTl
rVlgilt 4US.Tonic Tablets, 1 per bottle of 100
tallets at Gerig's Drug Store. Guar Guar-delicate
delicate Guar-delicate organ ai.tted or money back. tf
The Boys Minstrels The Tea Room
Girls Vaudeville The Country Store
America's Greatest Equilibrist
And many other interesting features
Friday and Saturday Evenings
February 25th and Feb. 26th
GATES OPEN AT 6:00. P. M.
10 Cents General Admission 10 Cents
-Z -Z- -I-- Z w w w Z "Lt Z '-ZJ
-Jtt,ix non is aavisaoie.
DR. K. J. WEIHE,
Optometrist and Optician
OCALA MOTOR CO.
C. E. Simmons
Best Equipped Garage In Florida
BATTERY Water and Service FREE
DIAMOND LIGHT BATTERIES Gfi$
$30 $35 $40
Batteries Recharged and Rebuilt
WILLIAM A. TINSMAN
Estimates Given Free j
Phone 526 Ocala. Fla.
"H U P M O B I L E"
BEST CAR OF ITS CLASS IN THE WORLD
C A. WOLF
Careful estimates made cn all co
tract work. Gives more" and better
work fr the money than any other
contractor in the city.
& Alachua, Marion. Levy. Bradford,
anii & Clay, Putnam and St. Johns
. J. H. HITCHING S
Official Hupmobile Service Station
OCA LA EVENING STAB, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 24, lfli
7? .V; jf'l know with Mr. Rose and his able I .a. a.
m A m AAal
MEANS MONEY SAVING TO YOU
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.
VVe 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 nre selling out these things. Get our
prices. We have stock powders, Fenole and disin disinfectants.
fectants. disinfectants. We also have the following for sale
cheap, one Royal Typewriter, one Neo3tyle, two
pair of scales, four bins for grocery store, one office
desk, one Feed cleaning machine and several
other useful articles.
CALA SEEl STORE
Belleview, Feb. 23. Formed only
'one year ago with eleven members and
j a $5 handtrap, loaned by its president,
I the Belleview Gun and Rod Club has
prospered so exceedingly well that it
new numbers fifty-odd bona fide mem mem-i
i mem-i i j .
I ucrs aiiu is possessed ox a Dig moa-
Zg crn automatic trap built into a modern
traphouse and a snug, wide-porched
ji i clubhouse picturesquely located in the
Vj three miles distant, where, if one is in
& j the mood, he may lay down his gun
ard pick up his rod and anle for the
! elusive bass.
J It is not strange, therefore, that
: j the club has just re-elected for an another
other another term most of, the officers who
(contributed to this remarkable result,
ft' viz: F. F. Wendell, president; Chas.
P. Davis of Summerfield. vice Dresi-
id'-nt; Frank Gale, recording secretary;
iR. G. Betts, corresponding secretary:
George Newland, treasurer; R. Bruce
jMeffert of Ocala, captain; Freeman
j Hames, sub-captain.
! The Belleview club really is quan
tified to rank as more than a local club.
jfor the membership represents five
j different communities in Florida and
also three other states. New York,
Connecticut and Illinois. Two mayors,
a county commissioner and br.e mem member
ber member of the legislature are among those
force of men. it must- be done. We
sU know with Mr. Rose and his able
Lake Weir, Feb. 23. Mr. and Mrs. assistants things go around that sand
Meyers and Mr. and Mrs. Webster, works.
who have been spending the winter Miss Elsie Smith is spending' a
with relatives here, have gone to week with her parents' before going
Daytona to spend several days and bock to DeLand to school, where she
attend the Billy Sunday meetings. hopes to stay until Jane.
Several parties are planning to Mrs. Fred Dowling was called to
motor to Daytona Saturday and Sun-1 her home over on the East Coast by
c'ay to hear the great evangelist. j illness in her family, but hopes to re re-Mrs.
Mrs. re-Mrs. J. A. Jordan and niece, Miss (turn in a few days.
v Miss Agnes Marshall is very much
missed by her young companions,
since he departure for Sanford, where
the will visit friends for some time.
SERVICES FRIDAY AT
THE EPISCOPAL CHURCH
. Litany and holy communion at 10
a. m. There will be no evening serv serv-ies
ies serv-ies on Friday this week.
J. J. Neighbor, Rector.
Rrth Webb of Tullahoma, Tenn., are
pleasantly located at the Martin hotel
for the balance of the season. Mrs.
Jordan had spent several winters here
in previous years and has gone to
several other resorts, but always
comes back to her first love.
Mrs. Jack Walker and her mother,
Mrs. Annie Martin, who are spending
the winter at their cottage at East East-lake,
lake, East-lake, assisted by Mr. Walker's brother
and winsome wife of New York, were
the principal workers in giving an
tter supper at the Eastlake club house1 SUGAR SATURDAY AND MONDAY
Saturday night for raising funds tu :
complete the little Episcopal church! 12 pounds of sugar for one dollar,
r.t Woodmar. The club members andiwith a dollar's worth of other groc-
r.eighborhood turned out in goodly jeries for cash, Saturday and Monday
numbers and all assisted in making ty- Phone 377.
the supper a great success, financially
and socially. Fifty dollars was the i MYSTERIOUS OLIVER TWIST
proceeds, which will add to the com- AT FEDERAL BAKERY
fort and well being of all the residents j
of Eastlake. The social hour was en-' The Federal Bakery at Ocala is
J. H. SPENCER
W. R. PEDRICK
on the roll and they are not merely j Jivpned bv several numbers from Ital- rnsintr lots nf nnblw rnmrnont hmif
! "nrlit;nl" momKcro hut "art ives :. 1 I c: tM i: nr i j
B ' j ica 1 1 iinu uciuiau vnzias uj r iui a certain wmer iwisi wno is scneaui-
Ijvho more than once haw fired at the'jtnce Wells of Brooklyn, N. Y., and as ed to be introduced at their store on
i whizzing targets. I ier glorious voice rose and trilled I Friday, Feb. 25th. Mysterious signs
g It is quite probable rfcat having es-:;:n(j twitted among the rafters of the i and window displays are announcing
gltablished its reputation a one of the jj aiding one would naturally look up! Oliver Twist.
BjSouth's most active and useful gun j te see if it wasn't reallv a Florida1 Th salpsp-irl. whpn niiMtiAnMl fc
a .. .. -. .. i j
gclubs, the Uelleview organization
H shnrtlv will linlc un with the national
OUR REPAIR DEPARTMENT
is in charge of experts and all work
is fully guaranteed
OUR RENT DEPARTMENT
is supplied with neat and depend dependable
able dependable wheels and our charges are
MARION COUNTY DISTRIBUTOR
for the Columbia, Cleveland, Iver Iver-Johnson,
Johnson, Iver-Johnson, Monarch, Rambler,
Tribune and Crescent bicycles.
We can sell you a wheel on very
easy payment plan, 515 to $25
down; S2.50toJ3.50 a week.
table 1 ujvx
is the tVrss?
Mbody, the American Trap'shooting As As-Msociation.
Msociation. As-Msociation. The subject of joining it
his now being agitated as is the matter
(of erecting a clubhouse of the hunting
1 lodge type within the city limits; the
'necessity for one is beir.tr felt.
mocking bird. One man said that one jour staff reporters, politely gave in
song was worth $20 and such a sur surprised
prised surprised look on his face that he got
o much for nothing. Quite a sensa-
baker would not disclose the identity
All Buick Cars Equipped With Cord Tires.
We Make a Specialty of Parts for the. Buick and the Prices are
Consistent with the Cost of Same.
GOODYEAR AND U. S. TIRES AND TUBES
tion was raised when an airplane
landed and a jolly laughing "Ace" ap appeared
peared appeared on the scene in his uniform, all
! but the goggles, which would have
The club's prosperity ha? been built j impeded those tender glances he cast
up on a strictly amateur, and sports- j upon his charming sweetheart from
manlike foundation, too. Profession Professionalism,
alism, Professionalism, such as shooting for cash prizes
or for side-bets, which has wrecked
many similar organizations, is for-
! bidden by its by-laws.
Exclusive Agcnls lor "VESTA" BATTERY, 18 Mo. Guarantee
An Up-to-Date Battery Serric Station
We Maintain an Up-to-Date Garage with Expert Workmen, at all
Times, Auusing Prompt md Efficient Service.
H Mr. Correspondent: Your copy is
H j about as perfect as any I have ever
i"set." If you would procure a new
B carbon sheet, however, and put a little
!more daylight between the lines, I
If! would appreciate it. L. Operator.
GASOLINE, OILS AND GREASE.
SPENCER-PEDRllK MOTOR CO.
mniBiBMBmMi'l'''lirr' 1 '"" "" 1 1 '"" 1 1 1 -T mibi
Meet me at the American Cafe,
m i Union Station. Ocala. for a regular
i 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
time to time and as you well know
"all the world loves a lover," it was
quite refreshing, especially to the
spinsters and widows who had long
ago given up the struggle.
Mr. and Mrs. G. C. Terry left last
week to spend a week in Jacksonville
before returning to Louisville, Ky., i
where Mr. Terry has large interest
in Highland Park property, and has
been a successful real estate man for
a number of years in that county.
Mr. Baker and Mr. Fred' Downing,
who are keeping up the reputation of
prompt order filling at the sand
works, are working under the man management
agement management of Mr. G. C. Rose to fill eve eve-ly
ly eve-ly order by hook or crook, by hand
ind wheelbarrow until the new barge
is completed; even if they double the
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
Yes, that idea's all right to cheer up at the dinner table, but
Papa found it a hard thing to do w-hen he was paying fancy prices
for foodstuffs. He smiles now because he and Ma have learned
to carry it home and save money.
Just arrived, fresh shipment of famous CANOVA Brand,
high grade Coffee. It's as good as the best, it's fully guranteed,
and you will like its flavor.
We solicit your patronage, and promise a square deal to all,
and prompt service.
Fresh vegetables and fruits in season.
See the Dog Show at the 0. H. S.
carnival. First ever held in Florida.
Finest dogs in the world and of the
most illustrious ancestry. Collies,
Shepherds, Poodles, Airedales, War
Dogs. See them sure. 22-4 1
Can furnish night's milk from Jer Jersey
sey Jersey cows at 20c. a quart or 16 quarts
for $3. Write M. F. Johnson, Ocala,
Fla., Box 377, or call at house known
a? the Dr. Watt place. 21-6t
1 ROSES i
Beautify and increase
the value of your place.
with planting directions
free. Write for copy
61EN ST. MARY NURSERY CO. GLEN ST. MARY, FLA.
AND PIANOS, PLAYER
JsA AT CftfflTOm-OF
THE 0)llvlWl v
PIANOS, UPfflGIT AND
too ladK ay &
EiBCIMC ABflPICO PIANOS
With each of the
first five pianos
in this sale a
It's a pleasure
to show our
Ask to hear in
the piano world
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All instrnments ottered in
this sale are guaranteed
absolutely standard, high
quality goods at prices
that are right.
Your money back- it not
as represented. A new
piano it detective in ma material
terial material or workmanship.
Liberal allowance tor
your old piano. Liberty
Bonds taken at full face
With each of the
first five pianos
in this sale a
FREE with every piano,
Bench, Scarf and delivery
Fire protection while paying
Free music rolls with players
GET YOURS NOW
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OCALA EVENING STAR. THURSDAY', FEBRUARY 24, 1921
If you have any society items,
phone to five-one.
' A musical treat awaits you at the
.imory Monday night.
Get your candy at the old price of
one dollar per pound at Gerig's Drug
Store. Nunnally's and Liggett's. tf
Ulysees Gallman, colored, was given
a hearing in Judge Futon's court
Wednesday on a pistol carrying
charge, and dismissed. Mr. R. B. Bul Bullock
lock Bullock defended him, while Attorney L.
N. Green represented the state.
Don't fail to visit the Guarantee
Clothing & Shoe Company. Every Everything
thing Everything we sell is guaranteed. We're
fighting for QUALITY not prices, tf
Mrs. J. H. Dampier is enjoying a
visit at High' Springs with relatives.
MILADY'S BEAUTY SHOP has
installed a large Sheldon dryer which
enables us to dry hair in five to eight
Mrs. George Armstrong-and Mjss
Aline Ward leave tomorrow night
after the masquerade ball for their
home in Savannah after a pleasant
two weeks stay in the city, guests at
the home of the former's brother. Mr.
Jack Camp and family.
Mrs. Harry Borland returned this
afternoon from a short visit to Jacksonville.
Don't fail to visit the Guarantee
Clothing & Shoe Company. Every Every-ir.ng
ir.ng Every-ir.ng we sell is guaranteed. We're
.g-hting for QUALITY not prices, tf
Pharmacy a glove. Owner can obtain
fame by applying to the cashier and
describing the glove.
You can ahvays get fresh or salt
water fish, oysters, shrimp, etc., at
the City Fish Market on Fort King
avenue. Phone 158. .tf
Capt. J. A. Tucker, who has just
spent two weeks in Tampa with his
daughters, Mrs. Harry Peter and Mrs
Ed Hanewacker, returned home Tues
Fresh strawberries and lettuce at
Quality Fruit Store, No. 22 Magnolia
street, west ,side public square. It
Mrs. W. B. Holland and daughter,
Miss Gladys are in the city for a few
days visit with their friends, Mrs. E
A. Snowden and family on East Fifth
Nux and Iron Tablets will tone up
the sytsem and give you strength,
jBi-ttles of 100 at one dollar each at
Gerig's Drug Store. tf
The many friends of Mrs. J. M
Meffert will regret to learn of her ill
ness at her home but trust that she
will at an early date be able to be out
If you want bean seed way below
cost go to the Ocala Seed Store to
Ocala Chapter No. 29, O. E. S., wil
hold its regular meeting at 8 o'clock
this evening.. All members requested
to be present. There will be initia
tion. Visiting Stars welcome.
UJJO iJJ MJi-LJ
It is reported that some of the boya
dressed up like kuklux and were
showing themselves around town last
night. We had hopes that this dam-
phool organization would not find any
countenance in Ocala, but there are
ruts in even the best communities.
Pupils wanted: Miss Childress of
''Milady's Beauty Parlor," is now
ready to train girls for beauty parlor
work in all its branches, besides giv
ing expert treatments of all kinds.
Phone 272 for engagements. 23-6t
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rt'ANTEO. LOST. FOUND. FOR
5 ALE. FOR RENT AND SIM-
ILAR LOCAL NEEDS
ATTTENTflON BUYING PUBLIC
The items listed below are a very few ofthe Bargains
I am calling your special attention to this week end.
Rates: Six line, maximum, one tine.
23c; three times, 50c; six times, ?5c;
one month. S3. Payable in advance.
W ANTED Hean cotton rags at the
Star office. No scraps. 22-St
CHERO-COLA WOODYARD 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,
v phone 1C7. 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,
FOR SALE 1918 Ford roadster, in
good condition; for sale cheap for
cash. Apply Needham Motor Co.,
phone 252. 21-t
Mr. John Martin is making a big
improvement in the street running
from South Fifth to the golf links, by
Mr. Drake's residence. This has been
only a country road, twenty feet wide,
but Messrs. J. M. Meffert and Walter
Ray, each of whom own property to
the wets of it, have each given the
city an additional ten feet, and Mr.
Martin is going to make a fine street
The remains of Mr. Bradford Whit Whitman
man Whitman will go forward to his old home,
Spencer, Mass., today at 1:40 o'clock.
Mr. Whitman's remains were held
here pending arrangements north.
Mrs. Whitman will place her hus husband's
band's husband's body in a vault until May,
when she will go north and arrange
for his funeral services. Mr. Whit Whitman's
man's Whitman's remains have been at the
George MacKay funeral parlors since
Jan. 28th. x
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
Don't fail to visit the Guarantee
Clothing &Shoe Company. Every Everything
thing Everything we sell is guaranteed. We're
fighting for QUALITY not prices, tf
Mrs. Emma Bauman and daughter,
Miss Dorothy Bauman returned yes
terday to their home at Candler, after
a brief but pleasant stay in the city
as the guests of Mrs. Trusten Drake
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
Hear Ornstein, Georgia's greatest
pianist, presented at the benefit con concert
cert concert for the Ladies' Auxiliary of the
Presbyterian church Monday night at
the armory thru the wonderful Am Am-pico.
pico. Am-pico. 1
Baby four Overland, Al shape.
Terms. Spencer-Pedrick Motor Co.,
Buick dealers. 24-tf
A splendid social hour was enjoyed
by those who attended the Christian
Endeavor meeting at the Methodist
church last evening, during which
time the Epworth League served" re refreshments."
As the wholesalers come down, so
do we. Delicious Martha Washington
candy at 90 cent's a pound at THE
VOGUE. Phones 580 or 558. 22-tf
It has been reported to the Star
that a couple of northern negroes
have been snoopin' around, trying to
''investigate" the lynching of week
before last. They will find something
they are not looking for, if they are
The Star contains a large display
ad. of the piano sale that is so suc
cessfully being carried on at the store
of George MacKay & Co. by Mr,
David S. Bloch,,who is a representa representative
tive representative of J. B. White & Co. and the
name of the manufacturers, Kranich
& Bach, is incorrectly spelled, which
of course detracts from the ad., and
therefore might be confusing, but this
firm is displaying the Kranich & Bach
pianos, which are recognized as among
the best musical instruments made.
There's no extra charge for clean clean-ng
ng clean-ng your fish at the city fish market
Phone 158. tf
Mr. Lester Lucas has returned from
Gainesville, where he was invited and
attended the banquet given in that
city last evening by Kelley & Miller
in honor of the musicials who render
ed a splendid musical program under
the auspices of the Edison Phono
graph Company. Criticism by Gaines
ville papers say with no exception
has the town ever heard better -music
than was rendered by Miss Marie
Merresly, celebrated contralto; Har
old Lyman, flutist, and Walter Chap
Found on the sidewalk by the Court
Few people know it, but the state
has a fine farm two miles east of the
city, and adjoining the industrial
school. Mr. "J. R. Darden has manag managed
ed managed this farm the last two or three
years, and obtained fine results from
it. He brought in to the Star, the
ether day, a cabbage and three tur turnips,
nips, turnips, all of the biggest and best. They
were divided among the Star families
and we think fed them all for a day.
We will all have a grateful feeling
whenever we think of him.
W. K. Lane, M. D., physician and
furgeon, specialist eye, ear, nose and
fhroat. Office over 5 and 10 cent store,
Ocala, Fla. Adv. tf
Miss A. E. Brimelow and brothel,
Mr. D. W. Brimelow of New York
city and Mrs. F. H. Hownes of Cleve Cleveland,
land, Cleveland, O., are recent arrivals in the
city for a week's visit and are com comfortably
fortably comfortably located at the home of Mrs.
J. M. Thompson. Miss Brimelow and
Mr. Brimelow own property at Lake
Weir, which they have come to look
after and may decide to build a home
and spend their winters there. Before
the 1895 freeze they were large or- jity candy. The meeting
TICKING Standard A. C. A.
None better. Feather proof
Closing out at 35c a yard.
HICKORY Old reliable shirt
material, blue and brown,
now going a 20c ayard.
GINGHAM Good quality, 32
inches wide. Pretty assort assortment
ment assortment of colors, 20c a yard.
BLEACHING 36 inches wide,
some dressing out, a splendid
material for only 15c a yd
LL SHEETING Extra good
quality, 36 inches wide. At
the Big Closing Out Sale,
only 10c a yard.
VOILS Dainty Swiss D o t
Voils, pink, blue, lavander,
black and green dots. 10c
SHEETS 72x90 (Shawnee)
now only 75c
SPREADS Full size, they
are beauties, each $3.98
PILLOW CASES 45 x 36
Hemstiched and embroidered
49c a piece.
MEN'S WORK CLOTHES
PANTS Plain check, all sizes
29 to 48, S1.50 each.
SHIRTS Blue cheveots and
PANTS --Med. Kahki $1.75
The price now is 35c
UNOER SHIRTS Balbrig-
gah, Tiow 39c
UNION SUITS Best quality
dainty check, B.V.D. style $1.49
PANTS Lemon color striped,
dandy summer school, 59c
UNION SUITS Best quality
dainty check, B.V.D. style 89c
OVERALLS Carheart Best,
going at $1.49
COATS Men's single from
$35 suits. Absolutely all
Wool, going at $7.50
PANTS Men's pants, pmn
and novelty striped, all wool
SHOES at your long looked
SHIRTS All sizes and good
colors with collars $1.19
Green Oil Opaque, size 3x6 75c
HOGS STRAYED To residence of
C. R. Tydings. Owner can have,
same by identification, paying for
feed and this ad. 22-Gt
FOR SALE Twenty-four Black Mi Mi-norca
norca Mi-norca 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 -Ct
FOR RENT Three or four large
rooms with bath. SOS West Broad Broadway,
way, Broadway, or phone 452. 22-6t
FOR SALE One refrigerator, suit suitable
able suitable for store or hotel, can be
bought cheap. Call on J. L. Smoak,
Ocala, or Frank Mitchell, Belleview,
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. 2-22-tf
SALESMAN WANTED Ocala and
local territory to sell fast repeating
ten cent cigar. One day each week
will net good returns on your time.
Cigar is full wrapped and branded,
sells wherever displayed. Will pay
good man S8 per M to sell and col collect
lect collect weekly accounts. Must be
white, American born. References
required. Address 'Cigars," care
the Star. 22-2t
J OR RENT Two or three furnished
rooms for light housekeeping, -close
in. Phone 116. 23-tf
BOARD AND ROOMS Board and
rooms in private family. Hot and
cold running water in rooms. Call
at 22 N. Sanchez, phone 30J. 23-12t
FOR RENT Two unfurnished light
housekeeping rooms. Apply at No.
20 N." Sanchez or phone 577. 24-3t
Nunnally's and Liggett's Candies
educed to ONE DOLLAR the pound,
p.t Gerig's Drug Store. If
"WHY PAY MORE?"
tors to our state, when they once get
its sand in their shoes they will al
ways return to Florida.
The regular monthly meeting of the
nembers of the Earnest Workers
Sunday school class of the Methodist
church was held yesterday afternoon
v nth one of its devoted members, Mrs.
C. E. Simmons, at her home on South
Sanchez street. Besides the class
members there were a few additional
interested friends and after the peg peg-ular
ular peg-ular business meeting, a social hour
was enjoyed which consisted of a
musical and literary prpgram. As
sisted by her daughter, Miss Ruth
Simmons, the hostess served chicken
salad, saltines, coffee.take and divin-
ange grove owners and like all visi- piofitable and enjoyable.
OCALA LODGE No. 286, B. P. O. E.
Ocala Lodge No. 286, Benevolent
and Protective Order of Elks, meets
the second and fourth Tuesday eve eve-rings
rings eve-rings of each month. Visiting breth breth-i
i breth-i en always welcome. Lodge rooms
upstairs over Troxler'S and the Book
jhop, 113 Main street.
C. Y. Miller. E. R.
KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS
Ocala v Lodge No. 19. Conventions
held every Monday evening at 7:30
o'clock at the castle hall, over the Q.
C. Greene Co. drugstore. A cordial
re-lcome to visiting brothers.
Tn Proctor, C. C."
Chas. K. Sage, K. of R. & S
Advertise In the Msr.
MARION-DUNN MASONIC LODGE
Marion-Dunn Lodge No. 19, F. & A.
M., meets on the first and third
Thursday evenings of each month at
7 :.';0 o'clock until further notice.
J. R. Dey, W. M.
B. L. Adams. Secretary.
ORDER OF EASTERN STAR
Ocala Chapter No. 29, O. E. S
n iets at the Masonic hall the second
tnd fourth Thursday evenings of each
month at 8 o'clock.
Mrs. Rosalie Condon, W. M.
Mrs. Susan Cook, Secretary.
Friday in every month at 8 p. m.
IL S. Wesson, H. P.
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 second
ond second and fourth Friday. Visiting sov sovereigns
ereigns sovereigns are always welcome.
H. B. Baxter, C. C.
Chas. K. Sage, Clerk.
ROYAL ARCH MASONS
Regular conventions of the Ocala
Chapter No. 13. R. A. M., on the fourth
Tulula Lodge No. 22, I. O. O. F,
meets every Tuesday evening at the
Odd Fellows hall at the corner of
Fort King Ave. and Osceola street. A
warm welcome always extended to
T. C. Carter, N. G.
IL R. Luff man. Secretary.
There will be a meeting of Green Greenwood
wood Greenwood Cemetery Association on Thurs Thursday
day Thursday morning, Feb. 24, at 9:30 'clock
in the library building. All members
and friends' interested are urged to
attend as there is business of im
portance to transact.
21 -3t Secretary of Association.
Arrival and departure of passenger
;ra ns at OCALA UNION STATION.
The following schedule figures pub pub-I'hed
I'hed pub-I'hed as information ani not guar-
(Eastern Standard Time)
SEABOARD AIR LINE RAILROAD
Lea c Arrive
:15 am Jacksonville-NTork 2:10 1
-r.ocm Jacksonville 1:34:
:17 pm Jacksonville 4:15 pm
2: IS are
Tarn pa-St. Petrslrg 4:17 pm
ATLANTIC COAST LINE B. R.
2:12 pm Jacksonville-NTork 2:43 am
I 1:45 pm Jksonville-Gainsville 3:85 pm
j fi:12 am Jksonville-Gnesville 10:13 pm
:4: am SLPetsbrg-Lakeland 2:12 am
3:35 pm St.Petsbrg-Lakeland 1:25 pm
7:10 am Dunne Hon-Wilcox
7.2-iam Dunellon-Lkeland 11:03 on
:2:2Zpm Homosassj 1:30 pm
IU:Jptij Lees burg e:42am
Gainesville 11:50 am
Monday, Wednesday, Friday.
Tudav. Thursday. Saturday
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