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

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Began in 1895; ceased in 1943.
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Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 5 (June 24, 1895).
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OCALA

EVENING

WEATHE2 F02ECAST
Fair tonight, cooler in north and
central portions, with probably frost;
warmer in extreme southeast portion;
Saturday fair.
. . TEMPERATURES
This morning, 44 degrees."
This afternoon, 60 degrees.
VOL27
OCALA, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 25, 1921
NO. 17

STAR

THIRD

DAY OF THE
N COUNTY

MARIO

NGS SUBSCRIPTIONS TO $5600

BRI

More Than Half of the Proposed Budget
Has Been Raised

Subscriptions in the Board of Trade
(Hve reached a total of $5600 yester yester-cay.
cay. yester-cay. The amount is increasing each
day. There still remain many indi individuals
viduals individuals and firms to be seen both in
the city and county. The amount
subscribed so far will do little more
than meet the office expenses of the
organization and provide for the issu issuance
ance issuance of a new edition of the Ocala and
Marion county booklet. It will take
care of no advertising, noxonventions,
of which there are two"scheduled for
1&21, no band concerts, no road post post-,
, post-, ing, and none of the other items pro provided
vided provided in the tentative budget.
"If Ocala and Marion county are to
keep pace with the cities and counties
showing the greatest development in
Florida, it will take money to do it,"
.-ays the secretary. "Does anyone
who considers what is taking place in
"the southern counties of the state, or
anyone who has gone over the census
leports, with their losses and gains of
population, think that we should con continue
tinue continue along the same line that we
have in the past?"We've got a great
county. Let's tell the world."
In an adjoining county there are
ten commercial bodies, one of which
has a budget of more than $10,000
for the year. The Marion County
Board of Trade is the only commer commercial
cial commercial organization in this county.
The subscribers yesterday were: E.
E. Dobbs, Ed Carmichael, H. H. Hen Henderson,
derson, Henderson, John T. Lewis, Oklawaha; W.
W. Yongue, Oklawaha, J. J. Smith,
Oklawaha, J. H. Bradford, Oklawaha,
P. W. Collens, Summerfield, R. L. Cly Cly-'
' Cly-' burn, Summerfield, F. E. Martin, J.
A. Freeman, C. A. Tremere, Belle Belle-view,
view, Belle-view, R. D. Douglas, J. M: Douglas,
J. D. Walling, Weirsdale; Eastlake
Investment Co., Eastlake.
Others were seen in the southern
part of the county who will mail in
their subscriptions.
IT BELONGS TO AMERICA
Nazareth, PaT, Feb. 24. The Wash Washington
ington Washington family want the family burial
plot in MQunt Vernon closed to the
public and the names of the Con Con-rads,who
rads,who Con-rads,who are descended from some
of the Washingtons, removed from
the monument in the enclosure, ac according
cording according to George Steptoe Washing Washington,
ton, Washington, who spoke before the Colonial
Association of Nazareth Hall, a school
here, recently. Mr. Washington's par parents
ents parents were descended from two broth broth-ers.of
ers.of broth-ers.of the first president.
Recalling that the family burial
plot was not included in thesale of
Mount Vernon to the association
which now owns it, .Mr. Washington
said:
"The family reserves the right "to
close off this space at any time, and
to inter the bodies of George Wash Washington
ington Washington and his wife and once inter interred
red interred will not be on view. The asso association
ciation association and the public have no rights
on this half acre. The association,
without any right, allowed the Con Con-rads
rads Con-rads to put the names of some de deceased
ceased deceased members on the monument in
this reserved space. These nameswill
have to be removed."
Some of the Conrads, whose names
appear on the monument, are not
buried there, he said.
Dealing with the Washingtons in
the world war, Mr. Washington said
that many of the young men had en enlisted
listed enlisted as privates.
"One of my cousins," he said, "has
nine sons, 5 and all enlisted in the late
- war. Two went to Russia and fourl
to France and tlaly.
"There are few Washingtons in
public life. I suppose that they feel
that the example set is too great to
live up to. There is one who is an ad admiral
miral admiral "Going back to George Washing Washington
ton Washington did you ever stop to think what
was the greatest act of his life? I be be-"
" be-" lieve the accepted thought of his fam family
ily family is that his greatest act was to re refuse
fuse refuse to be made king of these United
States..,

it xt n ..., t i e ji j. auAiuaij ihmiwc cie jmiuuaucu near
. "He was fond of the ladies, and ...
had several very desperate love af.1? mng T' TJ
fairs. He was a hard fighter, a hard tmbush' from the
worker, a hard lover, and like most!"1" the "ad, killmg
of the Washingtons, was fond of his 5" poUeem?;i .nd" six. The

family and devoted to his mother."
Nunnally's and Liggett's Candies'
educed to ONE DOLLAR the pound,
at Geng s Drug Store. tf
Cabbage ana lettuce plants Tor sale,
xi. tr. uuting & jO. s-tx

DRIVE FOR

BOARD OF TRADE
CARNIVAL TONIGHT
In, making the rounds this morning
about the only thing a Star reporter
heard was talk of the high school
carnival tonight, which begins with a
parade this afternoon at 5 o'clock.
The disagreeable weather this morn morning
ing morning for awhile was discouraging, but
by noon the skies had cleared and the
people were coming in from the coun country
try country in readiness for the entertainment
at the Ocala House grounds tonight.
CHICAGO AND ALTON
EXPRESS HELD UP
(Associated Press)
Roadhouse, 111., Feb. 25. Posses to today
day today are combing the Mississippi river
bottoms in the vicinity of Quincy
Juction, where four men held up the
Chicago & Alton passenger train from
Kansas City to Chicago after mid
night and escaped after forcing the
mail clerk to give up three registered
letters and a registered package. Of-
facials believe the amount stolen wont
exceed $50.
ARBITRATION ACCEPTED
Supreme Council to be Umpire Be Between
tween Between the Greeks and
Turks
(Associated Press
London, Feb 25 The Turkish dele dele-Cations
Cations dele-Cations to the Near East conference
here has accepted the proffered arbi
tration of the supreme council as be between
tween between Turkey and Greece; in deter determining
mining determining the status of Smyrna and
Thrace. The Greek delegates said he
would telegraph the Athens govern
ment and submit the proposal.
HOOVER ACCEPTS PLACE
IN THE CABINET
Will Continue in Charge of the Work
of European Relief
Also
( Associated PresO
New York, Feb. 25. Herbert Hoov Hoover
er Hoover telegraphed President-elect Hard Harding
ing Harding last night that he had accepted
the offer of the cabinet post of secre secretary
tary secretary of commerce. Mr. Hoover an announced
nounced announced that he would continue to di direct
rect direct the policies of European relief.
Mr. Hoover's statement follows:
"President-elect Harding this eve evening
ning evening asked me tostate that he has in included
cluded included me in his nominations for the
cabinet as secretary of commerce.
Mr. Harding enters whole-heartedly
into the plans for. upbuilding the de department
partment department and wishes that I continue
to direct the policies of the European
relief."
SPIGGOTIES ARE SORE
. (Associated Press)
Panama, Feb.. 25. There were vio violent
lent violent anti-Costa Rican. demonstrations
here last night, reaching their culmi culmination
nation culmination in an attack upon the Costa
Rican consulate- The coat of arms
was torn from the door and trampled
under the feet of the crowd.
AUGUSTA ABOUT
TO PASS AWAY
' (Associated Press
Potsdam, Germany, Feb. 25. For
mer Empress Augusta Victoria of
Germany, is reported unconscious at
Doom, in private telegrams received
here. It is declared there is no hope
for her recovery and her early death
in expected.
SQUAD OF POLICE
AMBUSHED BY IRISH
(Associated Press)
MacRoom, Ireland. Feb. 25: Fifty
. 1 .v j
fight was still going on at last re
ports.
For a cold, bathe your tonsils with
ZePyrol
Court Pharmacy. 25-3t
Get your candy at the old m-ice of
one dollar per pound at Gerizs Dtu
Store. Nunnslljrs and' Lirrett'a. tf

DOESN'T HIT TO

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WW

Sodden Change of President-Elect to
Program of Democratic Naval
Secretary
(Associated Press)
Washington, Feb. 25. President Presidentelect
elect Presidentelect Harding has sent word to Sen Senate
ate Senate republican leaders that he desired
adequate appropriations for the navy
and favored continuation of the pres present
ent present building program without mate material
rial material reductions.
DEMOCRATIC RIVER SHOULDN'T
HAVE ANY DAM
The House has rejected the Senate
amendment to the sundry civil bill
appropriating ten million .dollars yto yto-ward
ward yto-ward completion of Wilson dam, as a
part of the Muscle Shoals project.
FRENCH TROOPS WILL
REPLACE AMERICANS
Paris, Feb. 25. The United States
has informed Belgium it has decided
to withdraw its troops from the
Rhine, according to the Brussels cor-J
respondent of the Petit Parisienne.
France has expected American
withdrawal and has arranged for the
mobilization of troops to replace
them.
MURDER NEAR MIAMI
Miami, Feb. 25. With the skull
crushed in several places, as though
hacked with a hatchet, the body of
Jas. A. Pine, brother of County Solici
tor Fred Pine, was found yesterday
on the Tamiami trail. The body was
stiU warm when police officers and
Judge Frank Blanton arrived on the
scene.
James Pine was arrested and his
boat, the Cynthia, with a cargo of
whisky valued at $40,000, was seized
near Savannah on Dec. 18 last. Pine
being released on bond and returning
to Miami.
His body was found on the back
road to Larkin's mill, south of the
Glass sawmill, on Twentieth street,
but officers believe that the body was
brought to that spot by the slayer or
slayers, as no evidence of a struggle
was found there.
No clue to the identity of the slay
ers has been established.
That musical treat that is advertis
ed for Monday evening at the armory
has every promise of being one of the
very best musical entertainments that
the city has enjoyed for some time.
A reporter from the Star was invited
to the store of George MacKay & Co.
this morning to hear the Ampico and
was informed that the Ampico would
give a few selections which alone are
worth the admission to be charged
Monday evening. This is probably the
first appearance of an Ampico in
Ocala every one that can possibly do
so should either attend the musical
Monday evening or go see Mr. Bloch
at the George MacKay store. He de delights
lights delights to please callers with his mus
ical instruments. With no exception
is there any musical instrument that
surpasses the Ampico is giving the
human touch. The intelligible combi
nation of tones, rhythem, harmony
and melody are so pleasing and ex ex-pressivethat
pressivethat ex-pressivethat one cannot help but pic picture
ture picture the musician sitting there render rendering
ing rendering the perfect selections.
Didn't Mean to Be Thirsty.
Signor An gel in i (iiustiuiani, who
traveled specially from Rome to Bay Bay-reutb
reutb Bay-reutb in order to be present at the first
performance of "Parsifal" on July 28,
1832, was surprised to see Wagner
drive up to the theater "In a carriage
which also conveyed a large barrel of
beer perched conspicuously on the
box seat by the side of the driver
This was carried into the theater
presumably with a view to slaking tht
thirst aroused in the gullets of Wag Wagner
ner Wagner and his friends by the perform performance
ance performance of his masterpiece."
After Rain in the Desert.
After a rain in the deserts of the
southern part f tm United States
there is a scent in the air which Is
very much like spices. This odor
comes from the greasewood bush,
which grows in great quantities all
over the dry lands at certain alti altitudes.
tudes. altitudes. This shrub is dark green, and
when its leaves are. dampened by the
rain, they eid oat into the air this
very agreealiie perfume, which makes
rain in .he desert even more pleasant.
Bower-Bird's Wooing.
A cynical method of enticing a hesi hesitating
tating hesitating partner into the bonds of matri matrimony
mony matrimony is furnished by the bower-bird,
which huii'ls a structure of sticks
formed into a kind of passage or ave avenue
nue avenue and heantlfnlly ornamented with
feathers and shells. On its comple completion
tion completion x the would-be bridegroom brings
the bird of his choice to Inspect bis
fine establishment and entices her to
share It.
Cactus the Comp.-is of the Desert
The fialih. ok i-jutlis i the compass
of deser. fur it always points to
the south. New York Tribune.

FRENCH W0H1EII
- RAISE RED FLAG

Only Notice Taken by Authorities is
to Send a Force to Main Maintain
tain Maintain Order
(Associated Press)
Paris, Feb. 25. The red flag was
raised today over the big electrical
works under construction at Genne Genne-villers,
villers, Genne-villers, just north of Paris, by work workmen,
men, workmen, who refused to quit the place
in spite of the lockout declared by the
company. A large force of police
end small detachments of troops were
called out to maintain order.
PASCAGOULA LOST ITS PAPER
And a Quantity of Valuable Property
in a Big Fire
(Associated Press) ;
Pascagoula, Miss., Feb. 25. Eight
buildings, including the plant of the
Pascagoula "Chronicle, in the business
district were destroyed by fire early
today. The loss is about $75,000.
NEGROES INCREASE
IN CITIES UP NORTH
They Have a Right to Believe that a
Warm Welcome Will be Ac Accorded
corded Accorded Them
(Associated Press)
Washington Feb. 25. The negro
population of New York city is 153,-
C88, an increase of 66.9 per cent. The
white population is 5,459,004.
The negro population of Boston is
16,362, an increase of 20-6 per cent.
The negro population of Terre
Haute, Ind., is 3,644, an increase of 40
per cent.
Humble Poet.
A lasting contribution to English
literature was made In the eighteenth
century by a domestic servant. This
was Robert Dodsley, who as a young
man served as a footman, and brought
out his first work. "The Muse in LIT LIT-ery.
ery. LIT-ery. or the Footman's Miscellany,"
whilst still in service. With the?ror
ceeds of these works and of "The Toy Toyshop,"
shop," Toyshop," a farce, he set up as a booksell bookseller
er bookseller in Pall Mall, and within a few
years became the most, prominent of
London's publishers. He issued the
works of Pope, Johnson and Gold Goldsmith,
smith, Goldsmith, and Inaugurated the "Annual
Register."
Sing 8lng.
The prison at Ossinlng, N. 7, la
called Sing Sing because the city of
Ossining formerly was named Sing
Sing. The name Is of Indian origin.
The town was first settled In 1700 and
incorporated under the name of 8ing
Sing In 1804. Because of the univer universal
sal universal association of Sing Sing prison
with the village the name of the place
was changed to Ossining In 1901. A
new charter went Into effect In 1906.
Where Chinese Women Rule.
The boatwomen of China have no
need to agitate for women's right,
they poses8 them. The boatwoman,
whether she be a single woman or a
wife or a widow, is the head of the
house, that Is to say, of the boat. If
she Is married, the husband takes the
useful but subordinate place of deck deckhand.
hand. deckhand. She does the steering, makes
bargains with the passengers, collects
the money, buys supplies and hi gen general
eral general lords It over everything...
Relic of Old Barbarism.
In ancient times, when the. young
roan was unable to arrange with the
parents for the purchase of the flrL
he would run off with her and hide.
Many times he employed the help of
a trusted friend. From these Inci Incidents
dents Incidents came the well-known custom of
the wedding Journey of hidden desti destination.
nation. destination. The trusted friend of long
ago Is the best man of today, wbs
stm helps with the arrangement ef
the wefldlnx-
Good Medicine!
The Journal of the American Medi Medical
cal Medical Association recommends a laxa laxative
tive laxative fruit cake made of equal parts
of senna leaves. figs, dates,
prunes, and raisins. It dees sot
.matter much whether the lngrexl lngrexl-tents
tents lngrexl-tents be weighed or measured, is ex exact
act exact proportioning 1 not essential. The
dose Is one slice. Urge or small, sc sc-cording
cording sc-cording to the requirements of the Individual-
"
Robins.
Robins seem almost always to m
along when they want to get any anywhere.
where. anywhere. But now and then they take
pretty strong hops that cover the
ground "much faster. When they run
they lift then heads as though they
were very proud Indeed to go at such
a pace. Christian dence Monitor.
Mercury
Mercury is that strange liquid met metal
al metal that Is not wet. If you heat mer mercury
cury mercury or dilute tt with an add and tsdx
ft with almost any metal except tren
and platinum, the two win esfsbtos
and form an alloy known as amalgam.
Popular Science Monthly.
Nature Evens Things Us.
If the poor man cannot always get
meat, the rich man eanaot always dt
lt ones,

TAKES
A
Is Wasting Hia Time in Jacksonville
Whem He Might Better
Come to Ocala
(Associated Press
St. Augustine, Feb. 25. Mr. Hard Harding
ing Harding took a holiday today and motored
to Jacksonville for a visit of courtesy.
He planned to spend most of the aft afternoon
ernoon afternoon at a special Masonic ceremony
after luncheon, at which he will dine
privately, and will return here late to tonight.
night. tonight. APPOINTED RECEIVER
. FOR THE A. B. & A.
Atlanta, Feb. 25. Federal Judge
Sibley today signed an order appoint appointing
ing appointing President B. L. Bugg, receiver
for the Atlanta, Birmingham & At Atlantic
lantic Atlantic railroad. The order was issued
upon petition of the Birmingham
Trust & Savings Bank Company,
which alleges it'holos a note for $90, $90,-000
000 $90,-000 due March 7th, which the road is
unable to pay.
GOOD BET FOR GAMBLE
Every few days sees the transfer of
real estate in Marion county in good
size tracts, as people learn the possi possibilities
bilities possibilities of our section as a stock rais
ing country. Within the past few days-
a UOO-acre tract has been sold to Mr.
John Gamble of Chicago.' This land
was owned by the Marion Phosphate
Company, and the deal was closed by
Mr, E. W. Clements, who has been
agent for the company for many
years.
Mr. Gamble was a former resident
of Marion county and after looking
over other sections of the country de decided
cided decided that this is the logical stock
raising' section of the United States,
hence his purchase of the property
above mentioned. It is located near
Dunnellon and borders xn the With With-lacoochee
lacoochee With-lacoochee river, making it an ideal
ranching pr6position. Mr. Gamble
will" arrive in "a few weeks to start
cutting the place in condition.
FORESTRY ASSOCIATION f
MEETING IN WASHINGTON
Message from President-Elect Read
to the Delegates by Charles
Lathrop Pack
(Associate Press)
Washington, Feb. 25. Pointing to
1920 as the year in which the great greatest
est greatest advancement had been made to toward
ward toward a national forest policy, Charles
Lafhrop Pack, president of the Am American
erican American Forestry Association, today
opened the annual meeting of the or organization
ganization organization here. Mr. Pack emphasiz emphasized
ed emphasized the fact that President-elect Hard Harding
ing Harding is heartily in favor of such legis
lation ajid quoted -this message from
the incoming president:
"It is perfectly practicable and feas feasible
ible feasible to provide for a new growth of
timber and an imperative duty to im
prove our forest protection. I can
think of no forward look in relation
tc the good fortunes of America which
does not contemplate a forest policy
which will assure us the essentials in
the timber line for all our constructive
activities."
Mr. Pack then pointed out that the
Snell forestry bill pending in Con Congress
gress Congress has the united support of busi busi-iness
iness busi-iness including the American Newspa Newspaper
per Newspaper .Publishers Association, many
wood using industries and also the
United States Forest Service.
"We are now at the place, said Dr.
Tack, "where something constructive
can be done in the perpetuation and
preservation of the forests. Conser Conservation
vation Conservation has been quite a bugaboo in
times past but the call of war upon
our resources has awakened the nation
to the fact that the American Forestry-Association
has not been calling
Voir in the wilderness just for the
fi n of it. The fact of the matter is if
we do not get something done there
will be nothing but wilderness in
which to call wolf and then-it will be
too late.
"Our forests are being used or de destroyed
stroyed destroyed by fire four times faster than
we are reproducing them. We must
put the idle land to work. We must
have forest crops coming along every
year just as we have corn and wheat
crops. The great encouraging note
comes from the men who will 'take
r-xt week the highest office in the
gift of the American people. He is a
newspaper publisher and knows all
about one big phase of the high cost
of forest products-the pulpwood that
goes into the making of news print.
You can be assured, from 'his mes message
sage message I have just read that he is with
u: on this great question and on the
fact .that he is with us the country is
to be congratulated.
Officers are to be elected and some
changes in the by-lsws of the associa association
tion association are to be made at the meeting.

DA

AIRICAII TRADE
V

SIIIUP
Exports Fell Off Sixty-Six .Million
Dollars During Month of
January
(Associated Press)
Washington, Feb. 25. A shrinkage
of sixty-six million dollars in the
American export trade in January
was reported today by the department
of commerce. Imports" for the month
fell five millions compared with the
P'onth of December.
AIR MAIL SERVICE
FULL OF DANGER
Washington, Feb. 25. Twenty-six
men have been killed in the air mail
service since it was inaugurated in
May, 1918. During the same period.
the postal planes have covered 1.600.-
000 miles.
COAST TO COAST IN
THIRTY-THREE HOURS
New York, Feb. 25. Brought from
the Pacific coast by airplane in the
rtcord time of 33 hours and 20 min minutes,
utes, minutes, 350 pounds of California mail
leached addresses here today.
The best previous record for trans transcontinental
continental transcontinental mail was,72 hours by train
and plane. The fastest. time is four
and one-half days.
LONDON DOESN'T WANT
. SUNDAY THEATRICALS
London, Feb. 7. (Correspondence
of the Associated Press.) British ac actors
tors actors and actresses have no desire to
emulate their fellow players in Amer America
ica America by giving Sunday theatrical per performances.
formances. performances. A proposal to open Lon London
don London theaters on Sundays has just
been voted down by an overwhelming
majority at a meeting organized by
the British Drama League. Most of
those who .voted were members of the
theatrical profession.
The suggestion that plays be given
on Sunday was made by Arthur Bou Bou-chier,
chier, Bou-chier, an actor, and Father Adderley,
a popular socialist divine. '
Mr. Bouchier said that only such
rlays should be produced on Sundays
as did not occupy the usual weekly bill
and that acting on Sundays should
be optional. Any attempt at coercion,
he declared, should be made illegal.
Father Adderley urged that it was
a question of commonsense, not of re religion,
ligion, religion, that the fourth commandment
had long ceased to be God's law. He
believed that Sunday should be a day
of recreation, and that "if there is one
thing that really floes recreate it is
Feeing a play."
George Bernard Shaw quickly had
the house roaring with laughter. He
begad by supporting the proposal
with extraordinary enthusiasm, in his
capacity of playwright who wanted to
make money out of his plays, and
ended by condemning it with even
greater fervor as a "friend of the
cctor."
"If you give up your present Sun Sunday
day Sunday holiday under the impression that
Sunday will be any different from
other days in the theater, or that you
will be getting any more money for
seven days work than for six, then
I fhall continue to hold the same opin opinion
ion opinion of your political intelligence, as
members of the British public, as I
lave held in the past.
GRAFT IN GOTHAM
New York, Feb. 25. Cries of
"graft" raised by members of the
New York police department follow following
ing following an order requiring the force to
vear 2V4-inch cuffs on their summer
uniform pants, are under official in investigation
vestigation investigation here. Many pants were
condemned, it was said, in a recent
examination, following which the or order
der order was published. An advertisement
then appeared in station houses, it
was claimed, calling attention to the
fact that a certain -lieutenant had re resigned
signed resigned to enter the tailoring business.
Cuffiess trousers, now in vogue, could
not be turned up, policemen say, with without
out without exposing their shins.
MEETING AT-MOUNT MORIAH
The Rev. Jarnes Y. King, of Gra
h?m, Va., who is the efficient pastor
ol the FirsW Baptist chuch at Hiawa Hiawatha,
tha, Hiawatha, W. Va., arrived in the city last
night and will conduct a ten-day re revival
vival revival meeting for the Mount Moriah
Baptist church. The public i4 cordial cordially
ly cordially invited to come and hear this able
Minister of Christ. We are hoping to
launch a special daily service, which
will be in the order of a personal
workers conference. We desire the
presenec of all the pastors of the city
and their members and friends to as assist"
sist" assist" us with this campaign for Jesus.
Let us bring souls to Christ. Special
meetings at about 4 o'clock daily, be beginning
ginning beginning Monday, Feb. 28.
. D. W. West,
Pastor Mt. Moriah Baptist Church

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HOWIE AFFAIRS
Controller of Jhe Currency Demand
, that National Basks Make Known
Salaries of Their Employes
(Associated Press)
New York, Feb. 25v Keen interest
was evinced in Wall street today m
the order, of the comptroller of the
treasury caning for a reDort on the
salaries of national bank officials in
connection with the national bank call
yesterday. Such a report, it is point
ed out, toeana making public a great
range of back officials aaalries, as the
iw requires statements in res noose
to the comptroller's call must be pub published.
lished. published. Some bankers are reported
seeking legal advice as to whetherthe
order, which is said to be -tmpjece-dented,
could be enforced.
OBSTACLES TO ESTABLISHING
. PAN -AMERICAN LEAGUE
Monteviedo, Uruguay, Jan. 17.
t Correspondence of Associated Press)
Misunderstanding and ignorance of
the real policy of the United States
concerning the Monroe Doctrine is the
greatest difficulty in the way of or organizing
ganizing organizing a Pan-American League,
said Dr. Baltaxar Brum, president of
Uruguay, in an interview with news
paper correspondents of North Amer
ica a few days ago.
"Uruguay and various other Amer American
ican American countries understand the real
policy at Washington," he said, "but
some of the other "at?nns show an evi evidence
dence evidence of distrust of the real intention
of the United States concerning 'Cen 'Central
tral 'Central and South American republics.
"There are .tendencies in some of
these countries to pursue a counter
policy, which has taken expression by
the suggestion of forming a purely
'Latin-American League.'"
Dr. Brum first proposed the organ organization
ization organization of a Pan-American League in
April last and the plan which has now
come to be known as the Brum Pan Pan-American
American Pan-American Doctrine, seems to be the
subject nearest his heart. It is based
upon equality of responsibility on the
part of all American republics, and
under it each would agree to defend,
any of its fellow members of the
league against foreign aggression.
The foundation of the proposed league
would be a declaration by each nation
of adherence to the Monroe Doctrine,
which would place all on an equal and
reciprocal basis in the matter of its
enforcement.
Dr. Brum said that he had received
official manifestations of support of
his Pan-American doctrine from Bo Bolivia
livia Bolivia and Peru, and unofficial approval
from the statesmen of other South
American nations. No opposition to
it has been expressed by any govern govern-rrjent,
rrjent, govern-rrjent, and he had a profound hope
that some day it would result in the
formation of such a league among all
the American republics, i
Dr. Brum would have this confed
eration both political and economic In
answer to the question if his policy
would include a preferential tariff, he
said that it would. ''Two tariff sched
ules would be in force in each coun
try," he said. "One for all America
and the other for the rest of the
world, no tariff laws to be passed 'that
would mitigate against a sister Amer American
ican American republic"
When asked about a tariff act then
under consideration in the United
States Congress imposing a tax on
wool, hides, meat and other products
produced in South America which is
regarded here as virtually prohibi
tive. Dr. Brum said:
"We have not the right to suggest
to any sovereign power as to what
Ltws they should pass, but if they do
pass laws that are inconvenient to the
other American nations is obviously
r militates against the sentiments un
der which such a 'league as I have
suggested, would be formed."
ISN'T THIS AWFUL?
LaFayette, Ga, Feb. 25. Fred
Williams who went away to war in in-1917,
1917, in-1917, will return home in .a few days
to find "his body" buried here, his
war insurance policy paid, and his
bride the wife of another. This was
the situation disclosed today when
Mrs. Grace Robinson received a brief
telegram from New York"signed by
her first husband, saying he had land landed
ed landed and was coming home aa soon ss
possible. There was no explanation of
his long silence.
The wsr department reported Wil-
hams killed in action soon after he
went to France, paid his widow his
insurance and then sent a soldier's
body here ss his. Williams wife,
whom he married but a few months
before he left, mourned him and then
married a former sweetheart.
Try a bottle of ZePyrol for a mouth
wash and preservative of the teeth;
50c and $1 a bottle (plus war tax;.
Court Pharmacy. 25-St



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0CA1A EVENING STAR FRIDAY,- FEBRUARY 25. 1921

Ocala Evening Star

Publlabed Everr Day Kxeeat SaaAar ay
STAR PUBLISHING COMPANY,
" OCALA, FLORIDA.

out of this incident during the cam

paign, declaring the whole thing was
persecution. Like thousands of the
supporters of our unlamented Catts,

they have many disillusions coming to

them.

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composition charges.
Legal advertisements it legal rates.

If Henry Starr hadn't aspired to be
a shooting Starr, he would probably

be alive and comfortably well off.

President-elect Harding is the

guest of Jacksonville today. We hope

none of the enterprising yeggmen of
that flourishing village will kidnap

him.

Daniels says Denby will make

good secretary of the navy. The near
er Josephus gets to his newspaper of

fice, the nearer he also gets to his

normal condition.

Alexander Howatt, head of the

striking miners of Kansas, has been
sent to jail for violating a court order.
Howatt and his followers are trying
to freeze Kansas into submission to

their demands.

It is reported that ex-Gov. Catts

and family have removed to Atlanta,

We hope poor old Georgia is having

all her troubles in a bunch. Her people

-have one advantage, however, that

Florida didn't they have heard al

about Catts.

The first Florida editor that brags
about the fine weather ought to be
shot. Soon as one of 'em brags well
get a "cool snap." St. Petersburg

Times.

The cool snaps are here for people

who have blood in their veins.

The principal reason, it is prob

able, why Gen. Wood has not been

offered a place in Harding's cabinet,

is because he would have to resign

from the army. It is reported that

he is to be appointed governor-genera

of the Philippines, a more responsible

position than any cabinet office.

Mr. Wilson has offered to put his

- secretary, Joe Tumulty, on the inter

national joint commission a ten ten-year
year ten-year job at a good salary. But Joe

declines. He is going back to his law

practice. Wise Joe. Also faithful Joe,

He has stood by his chief in the dark
days as sturdily as in the bright ones.

our side of the story. If they will do
these things they will be treated well
here and go home with a great deal
of useful information, which should

be widely disseminated.
They should be sure and tell the
j north that the victim of Elijah James'

N FLA M M ATI ON AND lust was the widow of a man, an Union

NOT INVESTIGATION i soldier, who fiftj-six years ago was
J fighting to set the negroes-free.
We have heard that negroes are! The negroes of Marion county are

from the north, going around I not responsible lor Elijah Janes'
I : I j i u.i: v

among our negroes, investigating jtiuuc, uiu we um ueiieve itiai any
the death of the rapist who was lynch-j could be found who approve of his

STORMS AND JUDGE LANDIS

here

in

ed two weeks ago.

If one of our people went up north,

we should expect him to obey the law

the north. If he was known here
a good man, and was arrested

while we would sympathize, we would

think the courts would give him jus justice.
tice. justice. If we believed he was persecut persecuted,
ed, persecuted, and not in funds to secure defense,

we would raise money to enable him

to employ counsel, and probablysome

personal friends would go to see him

and stand by him. If we knew he was
a bad egg, and had a square deal, we

would conclude he only got what was

coming to him if he was convicted. If

he was lynched for an atrocious crime,

our sympathy would be with the peo people
ple people who lynched him. If two or three

fools here went up there, snooping
around in a clandestine way, and were
found out and "treated rough" we
wouldn't make any kick.

We concede to every county of eve-
.a .a a

ry other state tne ngnt to mmo its

own business. There is not much dif

ference in counties all over this

na-

act. The white people were justified in
putting. a summary end to his life.
We dont want any northern negroes
here mixing with our own colored
people, and stirring up the rash and
ignorant among them to make trouble
for themselves. These northern ne negroes
groes negroes do not come here to find the
truth. They want to rake up sensa sensationalism
tionalism sensationalism in order to raise money
from deluded people in the north, to

print stories inflammatory and un untruthful,
truthful, untruthful, and scatter them broadcast
where they may provoke racial ill ill-feeling.
feeling. ill-feeling. The southern negro always
seffers from these incendiaries, and
if any of them are caught here we

prescribe for them strong doses of

hickory bark tea and many swift

kicks to propel them in the direction

they came. from.

tion. An American is an American,

whether he lives in Miami or Seattle.

We would like for northern people

to concede to us the same right. How However,
ever, However, we have no objection to their in

vestigation c-f us if they will investi investigate
gate investigate fairly. If any delegation of
prominent northern people want to
come down here and investigate the

lynching of Elijah Jones, they are
welcome to come. All we ask is that
they come openly, tell us what they

are here for, register at good hotels,
inform our officials what they want
to do, and do it in broad daylight.
They may consult with the colored

people all they want to, but we want

them to consult with the class of col colored
ored colored people that white people respect,

and of whom they will find a great
many. We also want them to hear

Four or five young ladies attending

a co-educational college, up in Wis Wisconsin,
consin, Wisconsin, were expelled because they

ere caught drinking whisky or beer.
Of course the stuff was furnished
them by male students. The young
women go out in disgrace. The young
men are perhaps considered "smart"

or "sporty." It will follow the young
women through life. On the young
men it will be remembered as a joke.
Gainesville Sun.
Very true, colonel. But the memory
of many things that a man's friends
call jokes eats into his conscience like
a cancer when he grows older.

(New York Tribune)
Lightnings and hurricanes are an

old story to that much buffeted peak,-

His Honor Judge Kenesaw Mountain
Land is. He has thrived on storms

and is plainly enjoying the present
thundering in Congress.

To date there is no mistaking the

fact that public sympathy, of fans and
the few other Americans, is standing
by the judge. Of course, the law must

pievail, and if it says that a federal

judge cannot be the benevolent despot

of baseball, why, he cannot be. Per

haps he should not be. But just why
are the gentlemen of Congress so hot

about it? There is no charge of cor corruption
ruption corruption or intentional wrongdoing
against this judge with a -long and
honorable record. At worst, he mis misread
read misread a statute by and with the ap approval
proval approval of the authorities at Washing Washington.
ton. Washington. For the present we prefer his
legal opinion upon the point to that of
the representatives criyng for his
hide. But even if he should be re reversed
versed reversed by superior judicial authority,
where is the occasion for damning
and excitement?
We respectfully suggest that the
gentlemen of Congress stop calling
names and let this minor decision of
judicial etiquette be made by the
proper umpires in due calm and order.

HHMHimIIHtHH(l ml

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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
nly. Phone 377.
dly-3t-tf H. B. WHITT1NGTON.

Star ads. bring in shekels.

THE WINDSOR HOTEL
JACKSONVILLE, ILORIDA
In the heart of the jity with Hemming Park for a front yard.
Every modern convenience in each room. Dining room serrate la
second to none

ROBERT M. MEYER,
Manager.

J. E. KAVANAUGH
Pratprietas.

It's difficult to get some of our
Florida editor friends out of the rut.
Because we used to work in column 1,
they won't look for us over here in
column 4. Billy Crane in St. Peters Petersburg
burg Petersburg Times.
By the time they wade thru column
1, they are too tired to go any further.
That column 1 must be filled by a col college
lege college professor.

, Tampa people are out after South Southern
ern Southern College. This institution must
have done good work. About twenty
years ago, when it was first consider considered,
ed, considered, it could find no place to lay its
head but a superannuated hotel build building
ing building in a seaside village. Now the two
biggest towns in the state and some of
the smaller ones are making bids for
it.

The announcement that Lieut. Col.
Roosevelt is being considered as the
next assistant secretary of the navy
reminds us that he is a chip off the old
block. Just a chip! Jacksonville Me Metropolis.
tropolis. Metropolis. Sorry to have to remind you, "old
top, but alongside of any of us Flor Florida
ida Florida newspaper men he is about the
size of a sawlog.

They used to talk about women's
skirts accumulating microbes, but
that can't be any worse than men's
"cuff" pants. One time, in a moment
of lunacy, we bought a pair of the
things, but after having to shake
about eight or ten ounces of dirt and
pebbles out of the "cuffs" a few times,
we turned the cuffs down over our
shoe-tops, where they prevented the
riosquitoes from biting our shapely
ankles.

Tom Watson, senator-elect from
Georgia, indicted by the grand jury of
Gwinnett county for disorderly con conduct
duct conduct in a hotel at Buford, has succeed

ed in having the case settled out of

court by apologizing to the landlord

of the hotel and paying the costs. This
action of Watson's is good evidence of
his guilt, as he would certainly have
' stood trial if he had been innocent.
His supporters made capital for him

TKAWSFE

AND
STAGS LOWE

Negotiable Storage Receipts Issued on Cotton, AutOfaooUeev Etc

move, pack, ship LONG DISTANCE UOVLlG
LIVE STOCK, ?
KCAGE- Phone 2SS
FURNITURE, ETC I

WHITE

Tire Prices Reduced
DIAMOND Non-Skid, 30x3)4. 17 ftfl
old price $20 00, now 911 .Vi
DIAMOND Plain, 30x3, A A
old price $17.60, now JltJeUV
6,000 Mile Guarantee
FEDERAL, FISK AND DIAMOND TUBES
NEW PRICES Overhauling Ford motor $16.
Overhauling Ford rear end, $5 for time.
Grinding Ford valves, $3.
DIXIE GARAGE
JAS. ENGESSER, Proprietor
Phone 258 West Broadway

STOMACH MISERY
Meadow Creek. W. Va. "I had
been tick for about year and had
doctored with sev-

eral different doc

tors ana none
seemed to do me
any good. Any Any-thin
thin Any-thin j ate seemed
to bloa me an&
cause great mis misery,
ery, misery, and at night
I would take
pells with my
heart and had to
jump up to get
my breath. I had

Just about given up all hope of ever
getting well when I decided to try
Dr. Pierce's Golden 'Medical Discov Discovery.
ery. Discovery. After taking the first bottle I
could see a difference In myself so
I continued until I took six bottles
and now I am sound and well."
BEN BOWLES. All druggists.

Condensed Statement of the

Monroe & Chambliss

National Bank
At the Close of Business February 21st. 1921, as
Called for by the Comptroller of Currency.

Assets

747.619.44
50.000.00

LAUGHED AT SEAL
"HeH-Diver" Refused to Figure
on Pursuer's Menu.

Curlew Speed Contact Reported by
Nature Student, Who Witnessed
the Incident, en Maine Coast.

Loans and Discounts
U. S. Bonds to secure circulation.. ...

Other Stocks and Bonds .... ..... 1. 225,913.29 V
Overdrafts 447.70 $i

Bank Building, Furniture and Fixtures ....
Other Real Estate

38,000.00
13.646.56

Cash and Due from Banks 152,380.64

TOTAL

..$1,228,007.63

Liabilities

Capital Stock, .
Surplus and Undivided Profits....
Reserve for Interest and Taxes.'...
Circulation .....
Bills Payable against Liberty Bonds....
DEPOSITS I....

$

50.000.00
54.164.97
1.200.00
48,900.00
65,000.00
1,008,742.66

TOTAL $ 1,228,007.63

C V. ROBERTS. Phone 305

BARNEY SPENCER, Phone 4S1

ROBERTS & SPENCER
Funeral Directors and Embalmers
Private Morgue and Chapel. Personal Service to all.
Motor Equipment. Coffins and Caslcets Delivered.

B Office Phone 350

Ocala, Florida

217 West Broadway

WESTS' Sg1-'--

Seals are quick of movement, and
anyone who has ever watched them
feeding cannot but marvel at the speed
with which they dart about in the
water-and the apparent ease with
which they are able to overtake their
prey, says a Bulletin of the American
Qame Protective association, and like likewise
wise likewise there are few duck hunters who
have not had the opportunity of wit wit-nesslftf
nesslftf wit-nesslftf the speed of the grebe, com-medy-
known as the hell-diver. lie
can easily protect himself by diving
tod swimming under water, and "light "lightning
ning "lightning Is slow as compared with the
speed with which a hell-diver sub submerges
merges submerges when he sees the flash of a gun
beaded In his direction."
Which of the two'la quicker In the
water 'becomes a nice question, to the
discussion of which Arthur L. Pennl Pennl-man
man Pennl-man contributes the story of a con contest
test contest he -witnessed on the Maine coast,
in the Penobscot bay region, between
a seal 'and; a pied-billed grebe, when
each contestant was apparently doing
his bett, "the seal looking for his
upper and the hell-direr Intent on
seeing that he didn't make up the
menu."
"While we were engaged In studying
the habits of a fish hawk." Mr. Penni Penni-man
man Penni-man writes, ""eur attention waa at attracted
tracted attracted by a great commotion In the
water' off shore. From our blind we
could see that the splashing was
caused by a seal performing the most
carious antics in his attempts to catch
a bird which we later Identified as a
pied-billed" grebe.
"The sea) made rapid progress, por porpoising
poising porpoising In and out of the water in
quick diving leaps and was fast over overhauling
hauling overhauling the bird, which was swimming
frantically to escape his pursuer, but.
however, made no attempt to fly. Af After
ter After a stralght-away race of some fifty
yards or 'more, it seemed as if the
chase was over, as both bird and seal
disappeared In the same splash as the
eal struck the water. When the
splash subsided we saw that the grebe
.had cleverly dodged to one side and.
after twisting and turning quickly
around a very small circuit to elude
the seal, he headed straight for shore.

The bird now began to use its'H

wings, and. skittering rapidly over the i
water, soon distanced the seal, which)
continued the chase until within 30 ;
"feet of the beach, where the water j
was bo more than -knee deep.
"There he sat with his shoulder out
of the -water, watching the grebe as j
the latter ran along the edge of the J
sfeore. Then, as though he hated to
Xlve.up his meal, he slowly pursued!
ttfc bird on a parallel eourse in the
water." paying not the slightest atten- j
tlon'te the men oo the beach until he

tTraa frightened off by our intervention

la the coatrtt."

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THE UNIVERSAL CAR

YOUR OPPORTUNITY?
, What the President of the Ford Motor Company says about PRICES.
- ' J
We have received the following from Mr. Edsel Ford, president of
the Ford Motor Company:
"Thwe is no change in the present Ford Car and Truck prices,
which already are at the lowest possible figure, and now with
rock bottom reached on the Tractor price a further reduction in
price in either the car, Truck, or Tractor is out of the question: in
fact the big price cuts have been made in anticipation of continu continuous
ous continuous maximum production and increase rnay be necessary before
long if a large volume of hew business is not obtained. Therefore
present prices of Ford products cannot be guaranteed against pos possible
sible possible increase."
While there is an actual shortage of Ford cars in other sections,
due to the closing down of the factories, we have been able to se secure
cure secure a few extra cars for Spring trade and can make immediate
delivery' of a limited number.
BUY NOW WHILE THE PRICES ARE DOWN AND THE CARS ARE
AVAILABLE. DELAY' MAY. EE BOSTLY TO YOU.
TUCKER & SIMMONS
DEALERS

OCALA

FLORIDA

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SrivL-JS TINSMANl L. ALEXANDER

3Jzxl the best possible atten-

the best possible

ste tion is advisable.
Consult a
DR, K. J. WEI HE, j
Ortometrist and Optician ;

Eyesight Specialist

CONTRACTOR
Estimates Given Free
Phone 526' Ocala. Fla."

j PRACTICAL CARPENTER AN II
BUILDER
f M
j Careiul estimates made on all co.
j tract nork. Gives more and, better

work ii r the money than any other

Can furnish night's milk from Jer- contractor, in the city.

ENGLANDERv
WIT-EDGE STRING lV. ..

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Soldewtmhera by fiatriams dadara
taxi dtpmrtioBXtt Bia9

BCD CO.

ENGLAKECH STRING

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There's no extra charge for clean clean-rig
rig clean-rig your fish at the city fish maflet
Phone 158. tf

sey cows at 20c. a quart or 16 quarts j

for ?3. Write ai.. r jonnson, ucaia,

Baby

four Overland,

tla-f Box 377, or call at house known j Terms; Spencer-Pedrick
. v' anr . a A atoll") l J 1

las tne ur. watt place. 21-01 iduic. ueaiers.

Al shape.
Motor Co.,
24-tf

KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS

V .Art XT IO (VnvmfiAfK

held every Monday evening' at 7:30

o'clock, at the castle hall, over the G.

. Greene Co. drugstore. A cordial

aTa1rvvv. a aTiflirncr In vent n

Tom Proctor, C C
Chas K. Saga, K. of R. & S
Papila-wanted: Miss Childress of
"Milady's Beauty Parlor,! is now
ready to train girls for beauty parlor
work in all its branches, besides giv giving:
ing: giving: expert treatments of all kinds.
Phone 272 for engagements. 23-t

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ONE OFFLORIDA'SiBEST GARAGES

Ecrt:RcpaIrs-:""--WM Gas and Oil
Accessories Storage
Main Street, Opposite Foundry - OCA La. FLORIDA

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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 Vatetine 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 almostgive away.
Pocket-knives 25 per cent below cost.
We are selling out these things. Get our
prices. We have stock powders, Fenole and disin disinfectants!
fectants! disinfectants! We also ; have the fdllowing for sale
cheap, one Royal Typewriter, otte Nebstyle, two
pair of scales, four bins for grocery store, one office
desk, one seed cleaning "machine and several
other useful articles.

OCALA ED

Si23r HASAttAtAPASlAt fAfAtfAAfA

BICYCLES
SOLD,
RENTED

REPAIRED

OUB BEPAW DEPARTMENT
is in charge of experts and all work
is fully guaranteed
OUB RENT DEPARTMENT
is supplieU.witb neat and depend dependable
able dependable wheels and our charges are
reasonable.
&IARI03 COUNTY DESTBIIHITO!
for the Columbia, Cleveland, Iver Iver-Johnson,
Johnson, Iver-Johnson, Monarch, Rambler,
Tribune arid Crescent bicycles.
We can sell you a wheel on very
easy payment plan, $15 to 525
down; I2.50 to $3.50 a week.

PCONE 129
Cot. Oseecla & Ft KI&9

Meal and Grits. 7 lbs. 25c. 15 lbs. SOe
Whole Rice !0 lbs. $1.00
Blue Rose Rice 3 lbs. 25t 6iba.:ttcl5 lbs. lift
No. 2 Tomatoes, 2 for 25c, 3?or JSe. 6 fdrtSt
Lard Compound, per pound," 15c
Pure Lard (bulk) 1 lb. 25c. 2 lbs, 15c. 5 lbs. Iftft
Argo Starch, Octagon Soap, P & G Sdap,
3 for 45cn dozen fbr C3c'
Irish Potatoes, per peck, 50c
Sugar Cane Syftip, drawn frdni barrel,
1 quart 30c, 4 gallon 55c. 1 gallon 51.00
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 andApex Flour, the best plain and1
Self Rising Flour made.
Klim in 1 lb. 2 lb. 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? Our delivery service is j for you to use, it
does not cost you any more if you order amounts
to $1.00 or more.

FARMERS' EXCHANGE STtfDE

Merchants Block

AS UNUSUAL OPPORTUNITY

1

Phone 163 1 1

' ' ' I T"1TTC 1 f!-

CIVIL EKGDHXBS AND SUDVEYOBS
Licensed under the laws of the State of Florida

.Ocala will be given an opportunity
at 8 o'clock this evening that probably
will never be presented again. Lady
Anne of Persia, whose husband was
the special adviser of the shah, and
who was given such an ovation when
she spoke in New York" city, has just
spoken. in Jacksonville and we have
been fortunate enough to induce her
to come to Ocala.
, Lady Anne, though of royal blood,
left her house of comfort and went to
Russia, where she served as a Red
Cross nurse with the Russian army un until
til until the czar was dethroned. She also
served as a Red Cross nurse in the
Armenian army at the time the Turks
overran Armenia. Probably no other
Red Cross nurse has had such a varied
experience as Lady Anne of Persia.
She is highly educated, a fluent speak speaker
er speaker and those who fail to hear her to

night at the courthouse at eight

o'clock will have missed an opportunity.

THE CHRISTIAN
EDUCATION

MOVEMENT

AUCTION PARTY FOR VISITORS

. Decorations of quantities of wild
spring flowers artistically arranged m
appropriate places, together with
many vases of handsome roses and
large cheery fires in the two front
rooms formed a captivating atmos atmosphere
phere atmosphere for the auction party yesterday
afternoon at which Mrs. H. W. Henry
was hostess at her home on Oklawaha
avenue, complimenting her guests and
cousin, Mrs. D. H. Bowly and Mrs. J.
R. McSherry of Virginia and Miss An Annie
nie Annie Robinson, who with her mother Is
spending the winter with the Henry

family.

, The following ladies were those
present who enjoyed a pleasant aft afternoon
ernoon afternoon as the guests of Mrs. Henry
and the three entertaining honorees:
Mrs. Albert Gerig, Mrs. J. W. Dumas,
Mrs. Charles J. Dumas of New York,
Mrs. Clarence Camp, Mrs. Mason
Cook of Virginia, Mrs. M. W. Lloyd,
Mrs. Jack Camp, Mrs. Fred Hocker,
Mrs. William Hocker, Mrs. Frank Lo Logan,
gan, Logan, Mrs. J. J. Gerig, Mrs. J. H. Tay Taylor,
lor, Taylor, Mrs. Anna Holder, Mrs. Frank
Kirchner of Cincinnati, Mrs. Grider
Perkins, Mrs. H. C. Dozier, Misses
Eatherine Wilheit and Mamie Taylor.
Mrs. Henry assisted by her daugh daughter.
ter. daughter. Miss Eloise Henry and her guest,
Miss" Katherine Wilheit, served fruit
salad, cheese straws, sandwiches; cof coffee
fee coffee and dainty pink and white heart heart-shaped
shaped heart-shaped mints.

At the conclusion of this much, en

joyed occasion the scores were taken
to find the one holding the highest,
and to Miss Margaret Hallman of At

lanta, was awarded an exquisite gold

eather coin purse for her handbag.

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

meets at the Masonic hall the second
and fourth' Thursday evenings of each

month at 8 o'clock.

Mrs. Rosalie Condon, W. M.
Mrs. Susan Cook. Secretary.

Surveys
Highways

Plats
-
Drainage

Reports
Phosphate

Capt. Edward Drake is associated
with us and in charge of our Phoe Phoe-phate
phate Phoe-phate Mine and Plant Department.

OHices, 33-34 Holder fclwfl.
OCALA, FLORIDA

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MAfctON-DUNN MASONIC LODGE

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

M., meets on the first and third

rhursday evenings of each month at

7:30 o'clock until farther notice.

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

ORDER OF EASTERN STAR

ROYAL ARCH MASONS

Regular conventions of the Ocala

Chapter No. 13. R, A. M., on the fourth
Friday in every month at 8 p. m.

H. S. Wesson, H. P.
B.L L. Adams, Secretary,

WOODMEN OF THE WORLD

Fort King Camp No. 14 meets at

K. of P. hall at 7:30 p. m. every sec

ond and fourth Friday. Visiting sov-

veigns are always welcome.
H. B. Baxter. C. C.

Chas. K. Sage. Clerk.
You will be more than delighted

when yi try a box of our delicious
Log Cabin Candy, and our Martha

Washington Candy. THE VOGUE is.

at your service. Phone 580 or 558 for
quick delivery of our QUALITY ICE

CREAM. 29-tf

ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE

OF TRAINS IN OCALA

The Christian education movement
of Southern Methodism was repre represented
sented represented Wednesday evening at the
Methodist church by Rev. Karl Koest Koest-line,
line, Koest-line, pastor at Dunnellon, who has
charge of Ocala district.

There was a short program of local
talent, after which Rev. Koeatline
gave pleasing reminiscences of his
five years' college life at Southern
College, Sutherland. He was re responded
sponded responded to by our fellow citizen, Mr.
DeWitt Griffin, a former student, in a
splendid manner, while Rev. C W.
White narrated some interesting facts
acent his life there during it primi primitive
tive primitive days in Leesburg. Miss MeMul MeMul-len
len MeMul-len of Largo and Miss Irene Tomp Tompkins
kins Tompkins of Ocala, stood for the student
body present, as did Mr. Stroud.
Mrs. DeWitt Griffin loyally stood
for Wesley an-College, Macon, Ga in in-coi
coi in-coi po rated in 1836, now owned jointly
by the Florida andN. and S. Georgia
conferences.
Mrs. T. E." Bridges represented a
family of attendants at our various
Christian institutions, while Mr. Roger
Dodd was speaker for the well-known
-Young-Harris" College.
Mr. English of the Ocala high school

debated for Emory University at At Atlanta,
lanta, Atlanta, while Mr. Laurie Izlar ably
represented Wofford College. Both
had statistics well in hand and the
friendly contest between these two
students was very interesting and
helpful to those fortunate enough to
hear them.
The moving pictures were very
clear, showing plainly the outline of
the work done by many of our Meth Methodist
odist Methodist institutions of learning in the
Southland, all of which number about
one hundred.
There was a fine tribute paid to
Benjamin Wofford, who still lives in
the service of Wofford College, the
Duke in Trinity College and to many

others.

There was a splendid picture feat featuring
uring featuring the life of a young lady from
her entering until her commission as
medical missionary in China. There
was also the -sad fate of a young
mountain boy who was turned away
with others, from a Christian College,

because of inadequate means to carry

on or enlarge the work.
The call for Christian leaden has
never been so great and we must de

pend on the Christian colleges to train

these leaders in all walks of life so

that they will uphold the ideals of

Christ and make His principles first

in every section of society where they

are called.

Paramount in Florida is our Chris

tian colleges, with the Methodists,
Southern College recently burned at
Sutherland, now permanently located

at Clearwater Beach. There are now

about thirty-four ministers m the

Florida conference who received their
training here and many now prepar preparing
ing preparing for Christian leadership. This
college has worked its way through
many disadvantages and discourage discouragements.
ments. discouragements. Now lacking much to cover its
recent loss, it has had the loyal sup support
port support of many Christians who will
now maintain its high standard of
Christian ideals more loyally in what

they propose to call the "Greater
Southern" to arise from the ashes of
the old. altho Tamna is making a

strenuous effort to claim the college

in the future. We are confident that

those who never tallied to "Old South

ern" before will come to the front now

and those who stood staunch and firm

will redouble their energy as they join

in the "Alma Mater":
Alma Mater
From the sunny land of flowers
Alma Mater, dear.
All thy noble sons and daughters
Bid thee joy and cheer.

Southern, Southern, dear old Southern

Surely thou wilt be

Ever worthy of our homage
Southern, hail to thee!
Round the palms of old Pinellas
By the southern sea
Sweetest memories will cluster,
Memories of thee.
And our hearts will ne'er forget thee
Alma Mater fair,
Bat eternal lqve within them
For thee we will bear.

I.'GAR SATURDAY AND MONDAY

. few. M W "J J 1

Seaboard Air Uae

Arrive from Jacksonville.. 2:10a.m.
Leave for Tampa......... 2:15 a.m.

Arrive from Jacksonville. l:su p. m.
Leave for Tampa 1:55 p.m.

Arrive from Jacksonville.. 3:51p.m.

eave for Tampa......... 4:05p.m.

Arrive from Tampa ... 2:14a.m.
Leave for Jacksonville.... 2:15a.m.
Arrive from Tampa. 1:35 p.m.
Leave for Jacksonville 1:55 p.m.
Arrive from Tampa 4:16 p.m.
Leave for Jacksonville 4:17 p.m.
Arrive from New York. 1:34 a.m.

Leave for St. Petersburg. 1:37 a. m.
Arrive from St. Petersburg 2:55 a.m.

(Leave for New York 3:00 a.m.

Atlantic Coast Line
Arrive from Jacksonville.. 2:31 a. m.
eave for St Petersburg.. 2:32a.m.

Arrive from Jacksonville.. 3:34p.m.

Leave for St. Petersburg.. 3:35p.m.
Arrive from Jacksonville.. 10 :12p.m.
Leave for Leesburg 10:13 p. -n.

Arrive from St. Petersburg 2:26 a.m.

eave-for Jacksonville.... 2:27a.m.
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Leave for Jacksonville.... 1:45p.m.
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Arrive from Homosassa... 1.25 p. m.
Leave for Homosaaaa 3:25 p.m.
Arrive from Gainesville,
daily except Sunday.... 11 :50a.m.
Iave for Gainesville, daily

.except Sunday ,. 4:45pm.
Ieave for Lakeland Tues Tues-,
, Tues-, day, Thursday. Saturday 7:25 a.m.
Ar. from Lakeland. Toes Toes--
- Toes-- day,' Thursday, Saturday 11:03 p. m.
Leave for Wilcox. Monday,
Wednesday and Friday.. 7:10a.m.
Arrive from Wilcox. Mon Mon-.
. Mon-. day. WLuiiiT. Friday. :45 p. sa.

12 pounds of sugar for one dollar,

vith a dollars worth of other groc

ries for cash, Saturday and Monday

nly. Phone 377.
dly-3t-tf H. B. WHITTINGTON.

ODD FELLOWS

Tulula Lodge No. 22, I. O.' O. F.,
ueets every Tuesday eveninaj at the

Odd Fellows hall at the corner of

Fort King Ave. and Osceola street. A
warm welcome always extended to

.isiting brothers.
T. C. Carter, N. G.
H. R. Luffman. Secretary.

Statement of the Condition of

The Ocala National Bank
Of Ocala, Florida
At the close of business February 21, 1921
" Condensed from Report to Comptroller of Currency
RESOURCES

Marion County Warrants, Loans, Discounts, Bonds and
Securities
U. S. Bonds
Stock in Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta
Banking House, Furniture and Fixtures ....
Other Real Estate
Overdrafts 1
Cash on hand and Due from Banks :

$ 501.999.08
358,579.67
2,700.00
36.500.00
1,983.62
409.10
.... 174.575.49

TOTAL

. .$1,076,746.96

LIABILITIES

Capital Stock, fully paid in
Surplus and Undivided Profits earned.
Circulation
Bills Payable
Rediscounts
DEPOSITS
TOTAL.

75,000.00
23,312.27 iU
79A(nn( Vt

None
None
906.034.69

.$1,076,746.96

OCA LA LODGE No. B. P. O. E.

Ocala Lodze No. 286, Benevolent

aiid Protective Order of Elks, meets
the second and fourth Tuesday eve.

rings of each month. Visiting breth

ren always welcome. Lodge rooms

upstairs over Troxler's and the Book

hop, 113 Mam street.
C. Y. MiHer. E. JL

Don't fail to visit the Guarantee

Clothing & Shoe Company. Every

thine we sell is guaranteed. We're

fighting for QUALITY act prices.' tf

Deposits February 21. 1921 ........ .1 --$3S$.MI.65
Deposits February, 21. 1920 S8il.7S3.62
Increase, one year .$ 6S.23S.I7

On the Merits of the Above Statement We
Invite Your Business

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strlckly the latest, the prices
most attractive. For the
above days

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wide. The Brand of this sheeting Is
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Every good housekeeper
knows its the best. Satur Satur-...
... Satur-... day and Monday at

per
yard

You can always get fresh or salt
water fi&h, oysters, shrimp, etc, at
the City Fish Market on Fort King
avenue. Phono 158. tf

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OCALA EVENiNG STAB, FBDDAY, FEBRUARY 25, 1921

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ECONOMY DAYS
ATOBBAY and MONBAY

February 26 and 28,
0
BIG DOLLAR SPECIALS
38 inch Flowered Voiles, 3 yards for
$1.00
Ladies'.Silk Hosiery in white only, 2 pair for
, $1.00
Embroidered iNainsook Chemise in white, worth $1.75
$1.00
Odd Lots Royal Worcester Corsets
$1.00
Lot of Children's Gingham Dresses for
$1.00
Knitting Yarns, regular 75 and 85 cent hank. 2 hanks
1.00

Flowered Kimona
M
Beach Cloths in
Lot Whipcord

j. Flowered Dress Crepe, pretty designs worth $1 a yard
& 2 yards for 1
iit
72 inch table damask, per yard
I $1.00
if? Striped and, Checked Percales, 35c values, 4 yards for
I $1.00
32 inch Dress Ginghams, 5 yards for
;iT 1.00
Striped Chambrays 5 yards for

W.

1 27 inch Dress Ginghams, 6 yards for
i $1.00
jOj :
U These items are only lor Saturday and Mon-
I day, February 26 and 28, 1921

Ocala,
NOTICE
In the Circuit Court of the Fifth Ju Judicial
dicial Judicial Circuit of Florida, in and
for Marion County, in Chancery.
1.11 lie Rogers, Complainant, vs. Robert
L. Rogers, Defendant Order for
Constructive Service.
It is ordered that the defendant
herein named, to-wit: Robert L. Rog Rogers,
ers, Rogers, be and "he is hereby required to
appear tothe bill of complaint filed in
this cause on or before
Monday, the 7th day of March, 1921.
It is further ordered that a copy of
this order be published once a week
for four consecutive weeks in the
Ocala Evening Star, a newspaper pub published
lished published in said county and state.
This 4th day of February, 1921.
(Seal) T. D. Lancaster Jr.,
Clerk Circuit Court, Marion County,
Fla. By Ruth Ervin, D. C.
W. K. Zewadski,
Complainant's Solicitor. 2-4-fri
V

MI

fflSME

Grepes worth 85c a
$1.00

all colors, 75c value. 2 yards for
: si.oo
Skirting, 95c value, 2 yards Jor

1-00

MM

"THE FASHION CENTER
SUGAR SATURDAY AND MONDAY
12 pounds of sugar for one dollar,
with a dollar's worth of other groc- j
eries for cash, Saturday and Monday
r.ly. Phone 377.
dly-3t-tf H. B.
WHITTINGTON.
CHIROPRACTIC
Others are being restored to health j
and happiness by the treatment. Why i
not you? Dr. Kiplinger, Ocala;
House. 25-2t

As a strengthening tonic there Is i If you want plow stocks, plows,
nothing better than Nux and Ironipccket knives, traces, single trees,
Tonic Tablets, $1 per bottle of 100 1 other hardware and crockery cheap",
tablets at Gerig's Drug Stcre. Guar-go to the Ocala Seed Store. We are
antted or money back. tf selling out. 2-12-tf

. v

LLER TIRES

MiuiinnilbaiM:

MyjAA

yard. 2 yards for
tit
Florida
SPECIAL SALE
Splendid assortment of Phonograph
Records. Your choice while they last
at 75 cents each. N. U. KINDT,
i 21-6t
306 North Magnolia St.
Meet me at the American Cafe,
Union Station. Ocala. for a regular
dinner family style. Best dinner in
the state for 7.5c. Eat and drink all
you want. Time for dinner 11 a. m. to
2:30 p. m. Owned and operated by
Americans. tf

tu c a m-ii

V5iii;5ii4KI5J2kZii

RBE1IE

If you have any
society items.
phone to five-one.
Dr. H. C Dozier is somewhat in
disposed but his friends trust he will
be out shortly.
Miss Christine Close will be among
the Ocalans attending the basket ball
game at Gainesville tomorrow.
The Business Men's Bible Class of
the Methodist Sunday schooV will have
a secial feature Sunday, Feb. 27th.
Don't miss it. 25-2t
Watch Saturday's paper for music
al program of Ocala's best local talent
to be given at the armory Monday
night.
-Mr. Robert Conant of the Univer
sity of Florida, arrived in tbe city
this afternoon to attend the masque
rade ball tonight at the Woman's Club
house.
The Business Men's Bible Class of
I the Methodist Sunday school will have
la secial feature Sunday, Feb. 27th
Don't miss it. 25-2t
lwo colored moonshiners were up
in- Judge Futch's court this morning.
One, William Monroe, received sixty
days, and the other, Eli Donaldson,
thirty days.
W. K. Lane, M. D., physician and
surgeon, specialist eye, ear, nose and
throat. Office over 5 and 10 cent store,
Ocala. Fla. Adv. tf
Mr. and Mrs. N. R. Dehon and
daughter, Mis Jess Dehon, Miss Cor
nelia Dozier and others will motor to
Gainesville tomorrow to witness the
basket ball game.
Mrs. Mallory Liddon returned Wed
nesday afternoon to her home in
Jacksonville after a pleasant two
weeks visit in the city at the home of
her sister Mrs. H. A. Waterman and
family.
MILADY'S BEAUTY SHOP ha
installed a large Sheldon dryer which
enables us to dry hair in five to eight
minutes. 23-3t
Miss Irene Denham of Gainesville
arrived in Ocala this afternoon and is
the guest of Misses Ethel and Eliza
beth Horne until tomorrow. She came
I especially to attend the high school
carnival.
Mr. And Mrs. Franklin of Sarasota
have arrived in Ocala to make their
home with us, and are located at the
lesidence of Mr. and Mrs. T. II. John
son on Oklawaha avenue. Ocala ex
tends them a cordial welcome.
As an antiseptic mouth wash
or
throat gargle, zeryrol is unsurpass
ed; 50c. and $1.00 a bottle (plus war
tax.) Court Pharmacy. 25-3t
Mr. Park Anderson of Gainesville
arrived in the city this afternoon to
spend the week-end Snd especially to
attend the masquerade ball this eve evening
ning evening at the Woman's Club house, to
be given by the Eight O'clock Dancing
Club.
Miss Margaret Hallmart of Atlanta,
will conclude tomorrow her visit in the
city as a guest at the home of Mr. and
Mrs. J. H. Taylor. Miss Hallman was
the recipient of many attentions and
the friends she made regret her de departure.
parture. departure. Don't fail to visit the Guarantee
Clothing & Shoe Company. Every-
Inng we sell is guaranteed. We're
.ghting for QUALITY not orices. tf
Miss Susannah Dodge of Jackson
ville arrived in the city this afternoon
to be the guest of Misses Louise and
Loureen Spencer until tomorrow,
when she will leave for Gainesville to
witness the basket ball game between
I that town "and Jacksonville
If you want bean seed way below
cost go to the Ocala Seed Store to
get them. 2-12-tf
Mr. F. E. Harris Sr., Mr. F. E. Har Harris
ris Harris Jr. and daughter and sister," Mr
lie wis Shepherd of Chicago and her
aunt, Mrs. Bertha Stevensen of Dews Dews-bury.
bury. Dews-bury. England, returned last night
fr.-m a motor trip. to Orlando, Lake
Wales and other places through that
section. En route they stopped at
Eustis to enjoy the Washington cele celebration
bration celebration that is the most brilliant event
o fthe winter in that pretty lakeside
town,

THAT PAYS
By Factory Expert

VKCKASJ2J5J5AKWPtt5V

Judge Futch has recently presented

hymeneal fetters to three couoles,
r&mely: S. T. Barbee of Illinois and
Mrs. Mary E. Davis Lucius of Sum-
Lierf.eld; W. A. Crosby of Ocala and
Miss Minnie Lee Johnson of Ocala:
!r. Elbert I. Sasser and Miss Eliza Eliza-eth
eth Eliza-eth Lee Erist of Levy county.
Mr. and Mrs. H. C Roerich of
Washington, D. C, and Mr. and Mrs.
Charles Medinkew of New York, are
prominent visitors in the rity, fbr a
few days. They were entertained to
day by Mi. and Mrs. F. G. B. Weihe i
?nd are charmed with Ocala 'and vi
cmity,- and think Silver Springs i
onlerful sight.
Nux and Iron Tablets will tone upi
inc sytsem and give you strength.!
fVttles of 100 at one dollar each at
Gerig's Drug Store.' tf
Misses Marie Turner, Nancy Hoyt
rd Albert Tupper of Jacksonville,
v.-ill arrive in the city this afternoon
to spend until tomorrow as the guests
of Misses Ethel and Elizabeth Horne.
These young folks are coming espe especially
cially especially to attend the hieh school car-

l.ival, which opens this afternoon at 51 Ocal Lodge No; 19. Conventions
o'clock. Tomorrow, accompanied byheld rer7 Moprfay eveni at .7:M
the Misses Horne, they will go tocl?fk at lJ,e stl ti :
nin-viiu tn -itc. VewKHic-:Grene Co- dnigstore. .A cordial

Cainesville to witness the 'basket" ball
fame between the Jacksonville and
Gainesville teams.
Several nights ago some of our
Merchants were swindled by a "couple
of slick .young chaps, who worked off
on them forged express money orders
in exchange for clothing and a modest
amount of change. A description of
one of them having reached the sher
iff's office from Oak, Mr. Thomas sent
Deputy Perkins out to that place after
him. Walter soon gathered him in
nd brought him to town, where he
v. as recognized by the gentlemen
whom he swindled. His name was
Clarence Mehl. Marion county will
i.et get a chance at him right away,
however, as Orange has a prior claim.
Half a dozen of them were arrested in
Orlando the other night, and last night
the sheriff of Orange came after Mehl
and took him back to Orlando. The
j.-?ng intended to break into the
Oviedo bank the other night, but their
nerve failed.
As the wholesalers come, down, so
do we. Delicious Martha Washington
candy at 90 cents a pound at THE
VOGUE. Phones 580 or 558. 22tf
ODD FELLOWS
Tulula Lodge No. 22, L O. O. F,
Meets every Tuesday evening at the
Odd Fellows hall at the corner, of
Fcrt King Ave. and Osceola street. A'
warm welcome always extended to
.iMting brothers.
T. C. Carter, N. G.
H. R. Luff man. Secretary.
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-
rmgs of each month. Visiting breth
icn always welcome. Lodge rooms
upstairs over Trolleys and the Book
hop, 113 Main street. s
a Y. Miller, E. R.
R.nroa
TRIMMED
3
m
AND
UNTRIMMED
HATS-
Both for Ladies and Children
and a large line of
Ribbons and -Ornaments
Flowers and.
Fruits
. Now on Display
Style Hat Shop
Rena Smith
OCALA, FLORIDA
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Side and Back Hurt

Jordan Mines, Ya. "I am making
this statement for the benefit of any
oue suffering as I
did. I had pain
In in j side and
could .scarcely eat
anything, lly
hack hurt all the
time and I was
very nervous. No
medicine did me
any good until I
took Dr. Pierce's
Golden Medical
Discovery and his
Favorite Prescription, together with
to Pleasant Pellets. After taking
four bottles of each I could be up .all
day." MRS. SARAH JR. TERRY.
All druggists, or send 10c to Dr.
Pierce's Invalids' Hotel in Buffalo.
N. Y for a trial package of any of
Lis remedies.
The Ladies' .Auxiliary of the Pres Presbyterian
byterian Presbyterian church will present at -the
armory Monday night one of Godew Godew-sky's
sky's Godew-sky's favorite productions- through
jmeans of the wonderful Ampieo.
KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS
velcome to- is.ting brothers.
- Ton Proctor, C C
Chas. K. Sage, K. of E, & S
WOODMEN OF THeT 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 sov-i
i sov-i eigns are "always welcome.
H. B; Baxter, C. C.
Chas. K. Sage, Clerk.
A new lot of Powder Puffs just. In
at Gerig's Drug Store. tf
NEEDHAM MOTOR CO.
General. Auto Repairing
and Storage
Gasoline, Oils 'and Grease
: USED CARS FOR SALE
Cars Washed $1-00
Cars Polished i .. ". .'.. .'. .50
Qklawaha. Ave. & Orange St.
Phone 252
CYLINDER REBORING
MACHINE
For All Cars
SFFICJENT WORKMEN. -PROMPT
SERVICE
REASONABLE CHARGES
GEO. J. WILLIAMS
Formerly Carroll Motsr Company
Garage,-Osceola St.-
Phone 597 Night 408
I LEI US BUILD YOU A g
Select your own lot and
plans. Terms: half cash, ji
balance like rent. Call and
talk it over with us.
, RAU THOMSOir
Abstract Building
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Geo. MacKay 8 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
OUR LOCATION
Only j few blocks from
Unio.i Depot. Glad to
see you at any tiine.
Wcjell
Larro CoiV Feecf
and all other kinds cf Feed..
Hay, Grain and Provisions.
i you are now buying from
us tell your friends.
Danese Feed & Grocery
' Company
636 W.Fanym. Street'
JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA
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SALE. FOR RENT AND SIM SIMILAR
ILAR SIMILAR LOCAL NEEDS
Rates: Six lines, maximum, one time.
25c; three times. 50c; six times, 75c;
one month. $3. Payable in advance.
WA NTEDrClean cotton rags at the
- Star office. No scraps. 22-Ct
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,
phone 167. 26-lm
FOR SALE We have a surplus of
. fifty head of hordes and mules for
sale. You can find stock suitable
for any purpose by applying at the
stables. Anthony Farms, Anthony,
-Fla. lS-tf
FOR SALE 1918 Ford roadster, in
good condition; for. sale cheap for
cash. Apply Needham Motor Co..
phone 252.- 21-6V
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,
$2 each. 219 Anthony road. W. A.
Penland, Ocala. 22-tm
HAVANA HAT CO. S. S. Baker at
. Florida House this week. New hats
manufactured, old hats cleaned and
blocked. 22-Ct
FOR RENT Three or four large4
rooms with bath. 30S West Broad-
way, or phone 452. 22-6t
FOR SALE Ode refrigerator, suit suitable
able suitable for store or hotel, can be
bought cheap. Call on J. L. Smoak,
Ocala, or Frank Mitchell, Belleview,
WOOID Giles Wood Y$rd. Seasoned
oak or pine wood for either stove or
fireplace, and $2 per load. Yard
corner South Main and Third Sts.
Phone 112. 2-22-tf
I 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 306. 23-12t
FOR' RENT Two unfurnished lignt
housekeeping rooms? Applji at No.
20 N. Sanchez or phoncSTT. 24-3t
fOR RENT Five room apartment,
with kitchenette, hall, bath room,
front and back porch; furnished or
unfurnished. Apply to Mrs. S. A.
Standley, 447 Oklawaha Ave. 25 Gt
Don't fail to visit the Guarantee
Clothing & Shoe Company. Every Everything
thing Everything we sell is guaranteed. We're
fighting fOT QUALITY not prices, tf
J. D. DAWKINS
ALL -KINDS OF
FRESH MEATS, F1SI1
and OYSTEES
. i- . : EVERY
TUESDAY and FRIDAY
Phone 519
111 W. Broadway
Arrival and departure of passenger
tra!ns at OCALA UNION STATION.
The following schedule figures pub published
lished published as information an-1 not guar guaranteed.
anteed. guaranteed. y
(Eastern Standard Time)
SEABOARD AIR LINE RAILROAD
Lea e
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Arrive
2:10 am
1:34 am
4:15 pm
Jacksonville-NTork
Jacksonville.
Jacksonville
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SU Petersburg
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2:15 am Manatee-
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4:05 pm
2:10 am
4:17 pm
4:17 pm
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2:12 pm Jacksonville-NTork 2:48 am
1;45 pm Jksonville-Gainsville 3:35 pm
6:42 am Jksonville-Gnesville 10:13 zm
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