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OCALA, FLORIDA, TUESDAY, MARCH 1. 1921
SUBSCRIPTIONS' HAVE PASSED
6000 MARK IN THE DRIVE FOR
MARION COUNTY BORTJ OF TRADE
Many Individuals and Firms are to Be
Seen Before the Campaign is Over.
Subcriptions for the Mar-on County
Board of Trade have passed the $6000
mark.' This being the first of the
month members of the committees
have found it difficult to get away
from their private affairs. Neverthe Nevertheless,
less, Nevertheless, one committee is today working
out through the northern part of the
county. The other committee mem members
bers members will be on the job aain tomor tomorrow.
row. tomorrow. The field has not been covered
yet by any means. There are still
many individuals and firms in Ocala
that the committees have not been
able to see thus far.
One of the items in the proposed
budget provides fox' a new edition of
the Ocala-Marion county booklet. The
booklet, says the secretary of the
Board of Trade, continues to make an
impression wherever it is seen. One
party, an owner of a tract of land
near Lake Weir, who 'is visiting the
property for the first time since 1895,
was attracted by the booklet in the
New York office of the Seaboard Air
Line and was delighted with it. As
a result this property owner is plan
ning development of the property, j
Another recent visitor to the Board of j
Trade stated that the Baltimore pas-
senger agent of one of the railroads
v.- t s
informed her that the Marion 'county
booklet was more in demand than any
booklet in the ticket office. The sec secretary
retary secretary says that it will, be possible to
make the next edition of the booklet
revolt better than the present one.
Proper distribution of the booklet is
dependent upon advertising, which Is
another item' provided for in the pro-
, posed budget. The Tampa Tribune in
an. editorial stated that the booklet
was the best county tooklet that it
had seer, and added that in order to
make the booklet most effective it
should be advertised and given circu circulation.
lation. circulation. That this is correct is being
proved time and again "by the results
obtained by towns and counties thru thru-out
out thru-out South Florida' and elsewhere.
The booklet, of course," must be of
a general character. For this reason
the commercial bodies that are getting
the best results have a publication,
either monthly or quarterly, with
which to give publicity to the current
developments as a follow-up to the
booklet. Provision for quarterly is issues
sues issues of the "Marion County Floridian"
as an organ of the Marion County
Board of Trade is made in the pro proposed
posed proposed budget. N Several issues of this
publication were published last year
and attracted much attention.
UNION STATION PLAZA
Mr. G. Z. Phillips, assistant passen passenger
ger passenger traffic manager of the Seaboard
Air Line railway, will be here either
Thursday or Friday of this week to
confer with representatives of the
Board of Trade and city council in. re regard
gard regard to the proposed improvement of
the union station plaza.
THE TOWN OF "WOULD BE"
Tulsa, Okla., March 1. The town of
Would Be, Oklahoma, owes its name
to a dispute between a postoffice in in-spetcor
spetcor in-spetcor and a postmaster.
This is the story as told by Emby
Kaye, of Would Be. In 1917, about
400 persons comprising an oil camp
five miles south of Billings, decided
they wanted a postoffice. The postof postoffice
fice postoffice department granted their request
and a postal inspector arrived to
christen the new community.
The postmaster, leading the discus discussion
sion discussion for the citizens, wanted the town
named Mid-Co. The inspector object object-ed.
ed. object-ed. .. ;
"It wouldn't do at all,", he said
"When the oil's gone, "what would it
"It would be a town," that's what it
"would be," answered the postmaster.
"When, then if it would be, it would
lhe 'the inspector retaliated, and the
5 postal station thereupon became
Dill pickles and fresh tomatoes at
the Fort King Confectionery. l-3t
Don't Forget The DateP
Meeting of the Ocala Baseball Fans;
o 4Iia Dmi T- J rr.it
There will h hns-Kail
Board of Trade hall
night at 7:30 o'clock- Everyone is in-!
vited to attend. This meeting will de decide
cide decide whether Ocala will have a ball j
team this summer or not, and if you j
don't see a good team this summer,
blame yourself for not attending this'
meeting, as ,a few men can not make
and run a good team. Bear this in
mma ana attend tne meeting so
can have a good ball team.
INVESTIGATION OF j
NTHE ACCIDENT j
t n.- l and .Mrs. Lloyd Colson, was born in
In Which Over FortyrNine Lives Were0cala gpt 17 1920 and departed
Lost w Going on at Porter. ;this life Feb 26th 1921 She was
Indiana j buried Sunday in the family burial
j grounds at Arcadia. Thus a tiny open-
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:ing rosebud was plucked from its
. -"n uy
Indiana state officials and officers of
1U'1". -iarvn x. investigation oy;m!1
the New York Central and Michigan
v,iuxi raiiroaas continued today to'
determine the cause of the wreck here
e i j
ouxmuy mgai wllntneQeatnoitnirty-!and
-Of the thirty-live bodies in the
r"?""" "WIU,! lwo
nave Deen identined. The coroner said
the death roll would not exceed thirty thirty-eight,
eight, thirty-eight, but information from relatives
and friends showed half a dozen per persons
sons persons unaccounted for. All the wreck wreckage
age wreckage was searched today except be beneath
neath beneath the battered New York Central
engine, which will be. lifted by
wrecking crane wmcn is expected 10
arrive nere during tne day.
WHERE THE BIG LEAGUE
CLUBS WILL TRAIN
New York, March 1 Baseball play players,
ers, players, Veterans and rookies, representing
sixteen major league clubs will be
training under the southern sun for
the 1921 pennant races before the
close of the present week. Already
the migration of the National and
American league squads is under way
and some of the older stars have in indulged
dulged indulged in a week or two of prelimi preliminary
nary preliminary work at the various mineral
baths before undertaking the more
strenuous, training of the southland.
In the selection of the training
camps, the various managers have
shown the same wide difference of
opinion regarding the choice of quar
ters that has prevailed in the past
Divided into states the list shows that
Texas is favored by- seven clubs;
Louisiana named by four; Florida and
Arkansas by two each and California,
Nine of the clubs have selected sites
different from those used in 1920,
while seven, will return to the same
parks or quarters used 12 months ago
for the conditio ing of playeis. Of
the sixteen clubs, the Chicago Nation Nationals
als Nationals will be the only squad to return
to the same camp for the third conse conse-tive
tive conse-tive season; Pasadena, Calif., having
The complete iist of training camps
for the 1921 season follows:
Boston, at Galveston, Texas.
Brooklyn, at New Orleans, La.
Chicago, at Pasadena, Calif.
Cincinnati, at Cisco, Texas.
New York, at San Antonio, Tex.
Philadelphia, at Games ville, Fla.
Pittsburg, at Hot Springs, Ark.
St. Louis, at Orange Texas.
Boston, at Hot Springs, Ark.
Chicago, at Waxachachie, Tex.
Cleveland, at Dallas, Tex.
Detroit, at San Antonio, Tex.
New York, at Shreveport, La.
Philadelphia, at Lake Charles, La.
St. Louis, at Bogalusa, La.
Washington, at Tampa, Fla.
STAY AT HOME
Leave Marion Late Tomorrow
for the Final Trip to
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Marion, March 1. Mr. Harding ar arrived
rived arrived home today and soon after went
into conference with General Leonard
Wood, prominently under considera consideration
tion consideration for appointment as governor-
J general of the Philippines. Mr. and
Mrs. Harding will be tendered a fare-
jwell reception by the townspeople to to-!
! to-! morrow, and leave late in the day for
VERDICT NOT FAR OFF
Williamson, W. Va., March 1. The
in the Matewan
g'an fight trial shortly before noon.
CARUSO HAD TO HAVE
New York, March 1. Caruso under
went a third operation today for the
removal of pus from the pleural cav cavity.
ity. cavity. His physicians announced he was
Hazel fnknn. Mtrfo Hnno-VitAr of Mr.
;Yet her little .life was not without a
:ec;rtT, Kiotk arth i for her
v i j
havim5 lived, m it, heaven is peare
hope is stronger for we know
that we may meet her again if we but
jobey the voice of the Master who sai(j.
"Unless ye become as little children
ye become as
ye cannot enter the kingdom of heav heaven."
en." heaven." Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Colson wish to
thank the many friends, kind neigh neighbors
bors neighbors and the faithful nurses at the
Vinsnitnl fnr thir svmnnttiv n-nrl Vilti
aduring the illnesg and death of their
The following shoppers from the
county were in the city today: Mrs.
E. F. Bush, Belleview; Mr. Sands Hav Hav-iland,
iland, Hav-iland, Belleview; Mr. N. A. Nieden-
hoefer, Lowell; Miss H. Munroe, Belle
view; Mrs. R. W. Wise, Dunnellon, and
Mr. and Mrs. H. V. Lee. Eastlake.
Dill pickles and fresh tomatoes at
the Fort King Confectionery. l-3t
Earl Hall's gasoline dispensary,
corner: Fort King ar.d Osceola, is liv living
ing living up to its name, the "Kumbak Serv Service
ice Service Station,2- because most folks serv served
ed served there are sure to come back. Earl
deserves a good trade, not only be because
cause because he treats his customers right,
but because he has put up such a
handsome little building on what had
been for decades a desolate spot.
Fine Porto Rica Yams at the
The friends in Ocala of Mr. and
Mrs. E. F. Fitch will learn with much
pleasure that they have left Buffalo,
N. Y., to come to Florida to make
their home: For the present they will
be located in Fernandina, where Mr.
Fitch will be in business, having ac accepted
cepted accepted the position as manager of the
Florida Terminal Company, but will
later reside in Jacksonville. Mrs.
Fitch and three attractive children are
now in the city, guests at the home
of Mrs. Fitch's sister, Mrs. Leta C.
Bill Ingram writes from Ocala, Fla.,
saying that he found his 'father in
good health, the climate fine, and the
people the right sort. He sends copies
(of the local papers which describe in
; great detail the lynching of an escap escap-jed
jed escap-jed negro convict caught in several
i new crimes. The paper in describing
the lynching party says: "The men
were not a 'mob, as too many headline
architects are fond of calling them.
They were representative citizens, who
consider it their duty to rid their
country of rattlesnakes as soon as
possible." Lake Geneva (Wis.) News.
Make your wants known b adver-
IS FALLING OFF
It Shows a Considerable Redaction for
January, in Both Europe and
Washington, March 1. There was
a sharp falling off in American trade
with Europe in January compared
with December and a reduction in the
volume of trade with South America.
COMMITTEE WANTS TO KNOW
ABOUT FOREIGN CLAIMS
Secretary Houston is directed in a
lesolution adopted by the Senate ju judiciary
diciary judiciary committee to produce the com complete
plete complete treasury, files of correspondence
i elating to foreign loans.
NO CHANGE FOR CLARK
There was no change in the condi condition
tion condition of Champ Clark today. His phy physicians
sicians physicians said he had not rallied from
yesterday's sinking spell.
SOUTHERN COMMERCIAL CON CON-GRESS
GRESS CON-GRESS IN SESSION
Delegates from sixteen states at
tended the opening session this morn
ing of the twelfth annual convention
of the Southern Commercial Congress.
A number of distinguished men from
c ther stages in the( north and west are
present as guests of the congress and
feveral are on the program for
The impeachment charges against
Federal Judge Landis were referred
today by the House judiciary commit committee
tee committee to a sub-committee with instruc instructions
tions instructions to report tomorrow.
WILSON DEFENDED RYAN AND
President Wilson today defended B.
M. Baru'ch and John D. Ryan, charged
by Representative Mason of Illinois,
with profiteering in copper while serv serving
ing serving the government during the war. In
a letter to Representative Garrett .of
Tennessee, the president said the
charges and intimations were satisfac satisfactorily
torily satisfactorily answered, but thought a state statement
ment statement from him might clarify the sit situation.
uation. situation. The president denied flatly
that either Baruch or Ryan had any
thing to do with price fixing, for
which he said Judge Robert S. Lovett,
priorities commissioner during the
war, was responsible in the initial
DIAMOND MARKET WONT
ABSORB IMMENSE OUTPUT
Washington, March 1. Two hun
dred thousand carats in raw diamonds
came out of the Belgian Knogo fields
in 1919 and the rate of production is
expected to continue in future, Consul
Messersmith, at Antwerp, has report-
ed Owing to thetate of the diamond
market, however, Vfforts to establish
an agency- ior direct sale or raw
stones to Antwerp cutters have met
with opposition, he said, on the
ground that no further raw stones
should be marketed until conditions
ueorge cnamoers, in the army
hospital at Greenville, S. C, is feeling
better and has gained much strength.
The hospital there has much improved
cince the army took it over A clip clipping
ping clipping from a Greenville paper says:
"Touching upon conditions at the pub-,
lie health service hospital at Camp
Sevier, Col. Galbraith said that the
commander. Col. Jas. E. Dedman, and
his staff are succeeding in doing ex
cellent work Ir. spite of the-'fact thatJ
tne builditgs there are fundamentally
unsuitel fcr the purpose for which
they. are used' and that 'any physician
will tell you that to put a sick man in
such structures is very unwise. CoL
Galbraith -said that Col. Dedman and
his associates are making the boys
there well by the work of their hearts
and hands, emphasizing that to a very
large extent conditions at a hospital
like this one depend upon the com
Meet me at the American Cafe,
Union Station, Ocala. for a regular
dinner family style. Best dinner in
the state for 75c. Eat and drink all
you want. Time for dinner 11 a. m. to
2:30 p. m. Owned and operated by
MEETING OF STOCK RAISERS
There will be a meeting of the Mar Marion
ion Marion Couny Open Range Association at
the courthouse, Ocala. Saturday after afternoon,
noon, afternoon, March 5th, at 2 o'clock. All
stockraisers are others interested are
urged to be present.
L. L. Horne, President.
F. W. Bishop, Secretary.
Germans Asked for a Cot Rate on
Indemnity but Were Sternly Re Refused
fused Refused by Lloyd George
London, March 1. German repre representatives
sentatives representatives entered a conference with
the Allies here today on the repara reparations
tions reparations question. Except for the hint
that the Germans would request the
period of payment be changed from
42 to 30 years, nothing was given out
prior to the conference regarding the
nature of the German counter propos proposals.
als. proposals. TEUTONS WERE TROUBLED
Germany through her delegates to
the conference with the Allies today
made reparation offers of approxi approximately
mately approximately thirty billion gold marks or
seven and one-half billion dollars. It
is understood outside the conference,
that after the German foreign minis minister
ter minister had made his 'statement on rep
arations. Premier Lloyd George re replied
plied replied in substance that unless the Ger
mans had something more to offer
than appeared in the' German state statement
ment statement there was no need of continuing
the conference. When the Germans
eft the conference they appeared
THANKS FROM THE
We desire to thank the people of
Ocala for their interest, co-operation
and generous patronage in our high
school carnival which was an over overwhelming
whelming overwhelming success Friday and Satur
day nights, and which now enables us
to successfully finance our annual.
Managers O. H. S. Carnival.
BURLESON'S SUIT AGAINST
THE POSTAL COMPANY
A dispatch from New York says:
When asked yesterday regarding the
suit instituted by Postmaster General
Burleson against the McKay Com
pany Postal Telegraph System to re
cover 2,400,000 of the earnings of
that company during the period of
federal control, William J. Deegan,
the secretary, stated as follows:
Mr. Clarence H. MacKay, the pres
ident of our system, is en route to
Cuba in connection with the laying of
our new cable to that island but he
has authorized me to say that for
nearly two years Postmaster General
Burleson and his legal advisors, one
Lamar, have had every opportunity to
file this suit. We have been waiting
anxiously for them to try conclusions
with us in the courts and have pub publicly
licly publicly so stated, but during all this
time they have remained supinely
silent, because they realized that they
had no case. Now a few days before
being put out of office they bring suit,
not in the hope of recovering what
they allege is due the government, but
merely out of spite and vindictive vindictive-ness.
ness. vindictive-ness. They bring it at this late day
so that they may shirk its prosecu
tion and put the "onus" of the prose
cution of a weak case on to the new
administration. Mr. Burleson by this
suit proposes to take (2,400,000,
which was earned by our lines by our
investment and our staff during the
year of federal control, while on the
other hand he actually paid to the Bell
Telephone and the Western Union
companies $10,000,000 more than they
earned during federal control. Our
crime in Burleson's eyes was in refus refusing
ing refusing to al'ow him to prostitute the war
time control for the purpose of forcing
government ownership of the tele
phones and telegraph. He planned
that the lines would never be returned
to the companies but we spoiled his
game. He knows as well as we that
thii suit legally, is a joke. The man
agement of the telephone and tele
graph wires by Burleson was dis
graceful, inefficient and scandalous
and cost the taxpayers millions of do
lars which had to be appropriated by
Congress out of the United States
treasury last year. To say nothing of
the disruption of the service, which
the public has reason to remember,
Burleson and company have been re
pudiated the length and breadth of the
land, and there remains but eight
more days. He retires the most dis discredited
credited discredited cabinet officer in the history
of this country!
Mr. Floyd Colson yesterday was
taken to the hospital at Wayeross, Ga,
where he will undergo an operation.
ALLIES AIIK TO
Council of the League of NatioM, ia
Regard to Mandates, Desires the
United States to Continue
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Paris, March 1. The reply of the
league of nations council to the Amer American
ican American note on the mandates question
was delivered to the American em embassy
bassy embassy here this afternoon. The only
definite information as to its contents
is that the tone was particularly
friendly and its general tenor is an
invitation to the United States to con continue
tinue continue the conversation. A representa representative
tive representative of the council conferred with Am Ambassador
bassador Ambassador Wallace as to whether there
would be objection to having the note
made public here.
ALL MEANNESS SEEMS
TO BE LEGAL
The Supreme Court has Declaretl the
Lever Food Control Act
Washington, March' 1. Sections of
the Lever food control act under
which department of justice brought
action against New York concerns for
alleged profiteering; in necessities
were declared unconstitutional yester-
aay by the supreme court. Chief Jus Justice
tice Justice White read the court's opinion opinion-Conviction
Conviction opinion-Conviction of the L. Cohen Grocery
Co. of St. Louis, of having charged an
unreasonable profit on sales of sugar,
was set aside by the court.
In taking this action the court sus sustained
tained sustained decrees of lower courts which
had sustained a demurrer to the in indictment
dictment indictment of the grocery concern. The
specific charge was that the defendant
charged $10.70 for 60 pounds of sugar,
at the rate, of more than 20 .cents a
NEW POSTAL CONVENTION
CAUSES GREAT INTEREST
Washington, Feb. 28. Widespread
I interest in the application of the new
postal convention between Spain and
I seven American republics, faOny
the United States, is being shown by
American business men.
Its full significance in the way of
stimulating trade correspondence and
the interchange of periodical litera literature
ture literature between the countries involved is
not properly appreciated by the pub
ic, uuo rraeger. Second Assastant
ostmaster General, said today. Mr.
raeger headed the American dele
gation to the convention of the
Universal Postal Union in Madrid last
November, where the Latin American
republics with Spain and the United
United States refused to follow th
ead of other European countries ia
doubling existing foreign and do domestic
mestic domestic rates.
"It means that a mail order house
in. Chicago can now circularize Li"itj
era, in search of customers for the
same amount of money that it f
ciicularize' any American city," Mr.
raeger said 'Great newspapers can
extend their mail circulation to all
the signatory countries at domes tir
rates, while books and commercial
samples may flow back and forth be between
tween between the United States, and South
America and Spain with the "same
facility, and at the same cost as be between
tween between New York and Philadelphia.
The advantage which will accrue to
the American business can k only now
be estimated, but it will be enormous.'
Although Bolivia, Colombia, Peru,
Nicaragua, Honduras and Cuba are
the only countries whose new ar-
arrangement with the United States
has already become effective, all other
ctuntries in the western hemisphere
except Canada signed the treaty and
will be affected by its provisions as
soon as their congresses have ratified
A feature of the agreement which
is of highest importance according to
Department of Commerce officials,
and which will serve to make Ameri American
can American circular advertising matter much.
more acceptable to Central and South
Americans, is that is will now be im
possible to send mail matter insuf
ficiently stamped. This practice.
they say, caused thousands of pro protests
tests protests to be sent the Department by
such deficiencies were collected with
the addition of 100 per cent from the
When in a hurry save time by rent renting
ing renting a bicycle; 10c for 30 minutes. 2.
F. Condon, Fort King avenue. X-Ct
OCALA EVENING STAR, TUESDAY, MARCH 1. 1S21
Service 1 however," finds that he is
innocent. If he ever does
transmit disease he does so by carry-
startling reversal of form on the part
of Nathan Mayo, a usually reliable
shooter, who for the first time was
Pvkiiakcd Every Day Exeeyt Smndmj by iS the germs on his mouth and not low gun." To even the sides, both
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This is March first for all of us, and
for the democrats Friday will be
To protect themselves and their
homes against robbers the women of
four. Pittsburg suburbs have organized
a "pistol club." A farmer major of
the United States army gave the
women their first lesson in the use of
"Mrs. Maude Ballington Booth, pris prison
on prison reformer, is touring the state. She
should go to Raiford and eat some of
Sim Blitch's fried chicken and home homemade
made homemade sausage, and see his contented
captives. Then she'd tell the world
how well Florida convicts are treated.
syndicate stories are muu
over Clara Smith, who killed: a man
named Hamon; and they say that the
poor, timid little martyr shrinks from
Maybe she does. A syndicate doesn't
care anything about a person's feel
The natives of the West Indies have
named the hurricane warning flag
which is displayed by the weather bu bureau,
reau, bureau, "the devil's handkerchief." The
hurricanes are named after saints of
the church, and marriage dates, birth
dates' and death dates are reckoned
in his blood; and he can do this effec effectively
tively effectively only under especially filthy
conditions, which would call for dras-
captains shot twice, but Lossing's
good score of 23 was not quite enough
to turn the tide. The scores 'in detail
tic methods to exterminate all ver- were as follows:
f nr:i i -jsc?' I
air. rv usun nas wen in onice so long
that it will take some time for people
to see or hear the" title "president'
without coupling his name with it.
Mr. Wilson had the longest term in;
office of any president since Grani.
Cleveland had two terms but Harri Harrison's
son's Harrison's administration of four years
came between them. Roosevelt was in
office seven years and a half. Mc Mc-Kinley
Kinley Mc-Kinley was elected twice in succession,
but was assassinated in the first year
of his second term. Only four presi
dents beside Wilson Jefferson, Madi
son, Munroe and Jackson have served
eight consecutive years. Washington
was elected twice. Gut lacked a month
and three weeks of serving for eight j
years. Lincoln was elected twice, but Lossing team
was assassinated six weeks after be- j. H. Bruff
ing inaugurated the second time.
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ONE OFFLORIDA'SJBEST GARAGES
Expert Repairs Tires Gas and Oil
Main Street, Opposite Foundry OCALa, FLORIDA
, R. B. Meffert, 24; L. S. Lossing, 21;
J. H. Bruff. 21; Mrs. J. H. Bruff, 20;
W. P. Preer, 19; Nathan Mayo, 18;
C. S. Fox, 17; Dr. E. G. Peek, 13; J.
W. Nelson, 12; E. D. Lancaster Jr., 12.
Luncheon Team Shoot
John Clarkson 24
W. P. Preer ." 22
Mrs. J. H. Bruff 21
Winters Hames 18
J. M. Thomas 17
Dr. E. G. Peek 16 j t
Loren Martin 16 ?
Frppman TTnmos 1 i
Frank E. Martin 15
W. P. Preer 18
ir STAR JOB DEPARTMENT 'ft j
P. 0 BOX.60G
Total its ??:
Within the last year the danger to
railway travelers of infection from
typhoid fever, dysentery, and other
water-borne diseases has been reduced
to a minimum in most parts of the
country through the co-operation of
the U. S. Public Health Service with
the different state boards of health.
Nearly all supplies used on trains for
drinking or cooking have been tested
by service engineers and found to be
safe, and will be reinspected periodically.
R. B. Meffert
Chas. S. Fox
L. S. Lossing
J. W. Nelson
T. D. Lancaster Jr.
R. G. Betts
In the last six weeks nine hospitals
for soldier patients have been opened
by the U. S. Public Health Service. Of
these, four are fine buildings that
have been leased from their owners.
Thethers are army hospitals, built
hurriedly during the war,, that have
been taken over and put into as good
condition as possible. The demands
on the service for accommodation are
too great to permit even these flimsy
wooden war structures to be refused.
Nathan Mayo 81
L. S. Lossing 23 j
LETTERHEADS, BILLHEADS, CARDS, CIRCULARS, FOLDERS, FINE BOOKLETS, ETC.
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We never disappoint a customer on a promise.
You get the job when its due.
Shot twice. J
The Ghost Killer
Meffert, 24; Clarkson, 23; Loss Lossing,
ing, Lossing, 22; Fox, 21; Mayo, 2,1; Bruff, '21;
Mrs. Bruff, 18; Preer, 18; F. E. Mar Martin,
tin, Martin, 18; Thomas,' 17; Nelson, 15";
Lancaster, 15; Betts, 14; Peek. 11.
Preer, 21; Meffert, 20; Fox, 19;
Mayo, 19; Betts, 14.
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The prohibition and other officers at
Tampa are having hard luck. They
captured 150 quarts of red licker and
cached it in one of tlie city offices.
During the night, bold, bad men en entered
tered entered and carried the good stuff off.
Maybe there was no collusion, but it
surely looks like there was.
Unless there were" airplanes to lo locate
cate locate the vessels, one enemy warship,
riding the waves beyond sight of the
skyscrapers in Now York city, could
hurl tons of poison pras into Manhat Manhattan
tan Manhattan within an hour and the metrop metropolis
olis metropolis would be at its mercy, according
to the commander: of the Third Naval
BELLEVIEW GUN AND ROD CLUB
The committee of the Florida Press
Association wants $5000 from Tampa
to entertain the National Editorial
Association, and finds considerable
difficulty in obtaining it. Tampa has
about ten times as many people as
Ocala, which was asked for $2500. We
can't understand why it takes so much
money- to entertain these people, nor
why the levy was so disproportionate disproportionately
ly disproportionately made.
The telephone voice: Isn't it a
shame that the average person is not
intelligent enough to understand that
it is not "noise" but sound "Waves"
that travels through telephone wires.
Most people do know it, but neg
lected tor tell the Met. they knew. If
the Met, would inquire around among
people it would find they already have
a right smart, of the knowledge it is
fond of imparting to them.
Belleview, Feb. 25. Ghost killing,
the presence of a woman champion
and a team contest that was won by
the closest possible margin, one point,
combined to make the Belleview Gun
and Rod Club's bi-monthly trapshoot
yesterday on its Smith Lake range
very much 'more than an "every-day"
The "ghosts" were white 'targets,
which are supposed to be more diffi difficult
cult difficult to "kill" than the ordinary black
ones, but they, did not greatly bother
the Belleview gunners, for of nine
"ghosts' 'that were thrown from the
trap, six were blown to pieces before
they had soared far. The white tar targets
gets targets are mixed at random with the
black ones in the proportion 'of three
whites to every 125 blacks and hitting
a "ghost" relieves the lucky shooter
from paying for his targets, whereas
missing one requires him to pay dou double.
ble. double. Those who "laid ghosts were R.
B. Meffert, who led the list with' a
score of 24 out of 25, John Clarkson,
Mrs. J. H. Ruff, J. M. Thomas,' J. W. 1
Nelson and Dr.-E. G. Peek. W. P.
Preer had the chance to become a
ghost killer," but missed his' white
bird and Nelson had two chances; he
hit one of the whites' but' lost the
other and had to do' some figuring to
realize where he stood.
The i woman amateur champion who
was present was Mrs. Judd H. Bruff,
of Pittsburg, Pa, who won the title
at the national shoot in Cleveland last
year. With her husband, also a crack
shot, she is wintering at Clermont,
Fla., and the fame of the Belleview
range having spread far came to try
it out. She proved her right to the
title by "killing" a "ghost" and plac placing
ing placing scores of 21 and 20 to her credit.
She was a member of the winning
Preer team in the luncheon shoot, but
her husband who, though topping the
losing side, captained by L. S. Lossing,
with a score of 23, had to' pay for her
pie and cake, the luncheon being an
"all dessert spread. The total scores
were 178 to 177, the result being
largely the outcome of an almost
Let us develop and print your kodak
films. We guarantee satisfactory work
and prompt service. Mail orders given
special attention. Eugene A. Revels,
over Guarantee Clothing and Shoe
Store, Ocala, Fla. 26-6t
Published by Request of the State
Board of Health
Syphilis and gonorrhea, the chief
venereal diseases, are caused by germs
which can be identified through the
microscope.1 For both'there isa definite
curative treatment which, if begun
promptly, is usually successful. The
most serious results come from im improper
proper improper or delayed treatment.
Both diseases are communicable,
usually through sexual intercourse.
For this reason men and women en engaging
gaging engaging in frequent and promiscuous
sex relations (prostitutes) in nearly
every case acquire one or both germ
infections and are the principal car carriers
riers carriers of the diseases. The connection
of these dangerous communicable dis diseases
eases diseases with sexual immorality has pre
vented proper discussion of ths means
of preventing and curing them an
has delayed the building up of effec
tive prevention and treatment in the
in terest of public health.
"Many men and some women, infect infected
ed infected with a venereal disease, marry. In
this way the disease is transmitted to
innocent victims within the family.
The germs, especially the syphilis
germs, are occasionally spread by
other means than sexual intercourse,
i. e., through the use of common uten
sils and by kissing.
- Gonorrhea causes blindness among
infants, countless surgical operations
on women, and sterility in both men
and women. Syphilis is a frequent
cause of locomotor ataxis, other forms
of paralysis, paresis or softening of
the brain, insanity, miscarriage, dis
ease of the heart, .blood vessels and
other vital organs. Syphilis can be
transmitted to offspring, causing
mental and physical defectives, still stillbirths
births stillbirths and infant deaths. Syphilis
kills many thousands each year. The
social and economic loss caused by
these diseases maik them as one of :
mankind's greatest scourges.
THE meat peddler of th old days, who killed
his own live stock and then sold the meat from
the tail of a cart, is gone from oar larger towns
and cities. He was a pioneer and did good service
but he couldn't keep up with his job. Crude
method had to give way to new ideas in sanita sanitation
tion sanitation hnd distribution.
Concentration of population drove the peddler
and his wagon out and brought the modern pack pack-in
in pack-in j industry and the neighborhood retailer in his
And the modern packing business means this:
That near the farms and ranches, the centers
of live stock production, are packing plants that
assemble and manufacture the meat products
then and now
That swift and sanitary i-frigerator cars carry
your meat from these packing plants to every
part of the country.
Dealers in towns and villages are supplied
directly and regularly from these refrigerator cars.
And in cities the refrigerator car is unloaded
into branch houses, chilled and sanitary, from
which deliveries are made to your meat shop.
And all the time the meat is kept so chilled that,
deterioration is prevented.
Swift ft Company's plants and branches ar.
co-ordinated, interchanging supply and support supporting
ing supporting each other, when necessary, so that no section
of the country may ever lack its daily meat.
Swift & Company, U. S. A.
"H U P M 0 BILE"
BEST CAR OF ITS CLASS IN THE WORLD
C A. WOLF
Alachua, Marion, Levy, Bradford,
Clay. Putnam and St. Johns
J. n. IIITCHINGS
Official Huproobile Service Station
i Rising the" Famlly-
Aii tna& gnuers is r
Newspapers in China are sold two
and : three times over. Papers of the
previous day's issue are redistributed
among the lower class population.
They kre then distributed again by be-
ing sent out to the villages and coun country
try country districts where they are sold at a
fraction xf the original cost. People
in America don't buy papers second- J
hand. 'They borrow them from neigh-'
bori'who subscribe, generally before ;
said neighbors have time tq read them.
The flea, louse, mosquito, and fly
have all been convicted of transmit transmitting
ting transmitting disease; and the bed bug has been
accused. The U. S. Public Health
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A" CLUB ENTERTAINED
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TO KEffiSJCE STOCK
am offering some
this week or until the stock
BRIGHT CLEAN STOCK. MONEY BACK GUARANTEE
40 to 50 prunes, a lb. 23c two lbs. 45c
50 to 60 prunes, a lb. 20c two lbs. 38c
60 to 70 pr nes, a lb. 19c two lbs. 36c
10 cent bar Rub-no-more soap 5c
.No. 8 Pail Snowdrift. ......... ...$1.35
10c can VanCamps Pork & Beans 5c
20 cent Apple Jelly 13c two for 25c
Two Phones, 162 and 377
OCALA MOTOR GO.
C. E. Simmons
Best Equipped Garage In Florida
BATTERY Water and Service FREE
DIAMOND LIGHT BATTERIES garanteed
$30 $35 $40
Batteries Recharged and Rebuilt
Our Specialty Is
MAZ0N & CO.
Between Ten Cent Store and Gerig's
nrk; Where a delicate organ
Don't take purgatives for Con Constipation
stipation Constipation they act harshly
they overstrain the delicate
membrane antl leave the
Bowels In a worse condition
than before. II
' Ntsjr the best possible atten atten-?i.sEE
?i.sEE atten-?i.sEE tion is advisable.
DR. K. J. WEIHE,
Optometrist and Optician
i LET MILD YOU A
l! Select your
with Con Constipation,
stipation, Constipation, SickHead
ache. In Indigestion,
digestion, Indigestion, SourStom-
ach, Dizziness, Biliousness,
Nervousness, or loss ol Appe-
.-aic-uon't ftesitate-Get a bottle
of CARTER'S LITTLE LIVER
PILLS take one after each
meal and one at bedtime. A
Sew days' treatment will put
Stomach, Liver and Bowels in
CcMteerast bear signature &eJ?&ZZfcC
Small Fffl Small Dose Small Price
Nux and Iron Tablets will tone up
the sytsem and give you strength.!
Bottles of 100 at one dollar each at j
Gerig's Drug Store. tf
own lot and
plans. Terms: half cash,
balauce like rent Call and
talk it over with us.
RAY a THOMSON
PRACTICAL CARPENTER AND
Careful estimates made on all con contract
tract contract ork. Gives more and better
work ftT the money than any other
contractor in the city.
Keep in mind each day while plan planning
ning planning the menu those Federal Bakery
cinnamon rolls. 28-6t
In compliment to her guest, Mrs. -j
A. M. Withers of Sebastian, formerly
Miss Rexie Todd of this city, Mrs.
Emanuel Martin entertained last eve- j
ning at her home the members of the ;
"A" club, of which Mrs. Withers was :
a popular member before ,t her mar-
Auction was the game of the eve-
ning, the tables being placed in the j
living room. Adding attractiveness to
Mrs. Martin's home last evening were
quantities of spring flowers which j
were artistically arranged in the hall, ;
dining room and living room. j
Assisted by the honoree's mother,'
Mrs. Rexie Todd Mrs. Martin served
a frozen salad course, sandwiches and
coffee Miss Katherine Wilheit won ;
a deck of playing cards for securing'
the highest score and a similar gift
was made to Mrs. Withers as a sou-
venir rf the occasion. ;
Besides the honoree and hostess,
those present were Misses Elizabeth j
Davis, Blair Woodrow, Eloise Henry j
and her guest Katherine Wilheit, Sue j
Moore, Mabel Meffert and Mrs. R. L.
Anderson Jr. and Mrs. Rexie Todd.
INVITATION TO "AT HOME"
On -Thursday evening, March 3rd; at
309 Fort Kim? avenue. Rev. and Mrs.
W. F. Creson will be "at home," in-
formally, from eight to ten o'clock,
and will be glad to have their friends
call to meet their guests, Mr. and
Mrs. David S- Bloch of Augusta, Ga.
No personal invitations will be issued.
Yo u m ay
we a ring
w ro n g
corset all your life
without knowing it
But never without suffering from it in,
appearance, health, temper or all three.
G O S S A R
Fttnt Lacing t
C O R S E
scientifically designed, carefully chosen,
properly fitted, may very probably mean
a total change in the way your dressmaker
looks at you and the way you look at
We offer these original front lacing corsets
at moderate prices well within the reach of
every woman, and we will assume full re responsibility
sponsibility responsibility for your complete satisfaction.
Style Hat Shop
INCOME TAX FACTS
' YOU SHOULD KNOW
i EDUCATIONAL BEAUTY I
! SHOW IN CHICAGO i
'How can the government deter Chicago, March 1. An educational
mine whether my income for the. year beauty show, said to be the first of its j
1920 is taxable?" jkind and size to be held outside of
This question, should it arise in the Paris, is being staged here this week, j
mind of any person subject to the in- 'The exposition is largely for the pur-1
come tax, is easily answered. The pose of proving to milady of 1921 the j
bureau of internal revenue has innum- ; truth of the statement that beauty is j
erable sources for checking up delin-! only skin deep and that all women j
quents. The -'information at source" 'may be beautiful.
provision of the revenue act, which' Tr.e show is being sponsored by!
requires that reports be made of pay-! nearly 500 manufacturers of practical
ments to others of $1000 or more dur- 'aids to beauty, but one of its announc
ing the taxable year, is. only one of td purposes will be to agitate againsti
the bureau's' many avenues. ;the excessive use of cosmetics and to
Each collector of internal revenut. demonstrate benefits which may be
is required to post in his office for obtained from the proper use of the
public inspection immediately follow- i proper kinds of beauty aids,
ing the close of the income-tax paying J There are dozens of experts to in in-period
period in-period March 15, 1921 a list of per- struct the women. Women artists,
sons in his district who have filed in- psychologists, health and dietetic spe spe-come
come spe-come tax returns. 'cialists and beauty experts will assist
'John Jones may have a grudge at the explosion all with the same
against his neighbor, Bill Smith, j object in view, that of helping Ameri Ameri-Knowing
Knowing Ameri-Knowing that Bill Smith's income was can women develop the beauty they
within the taxable list, he is apt to have and to become more beautiful.
J. H. SPENCER
note the omission, if it occurs, and
drop a note to the collector.
In every collector's office, employees
are assigned to the task of reading
carefully the daily papers and noting
According to the promoters of the
show, there is a perfume of a certain
scent which blends with a certain per personality,
sonality, personality, and one of the objects of the
show will be to have the experts aid
real estate and other transactions in- J each woman in deciding what particu particu-volving
volving particu-volving payments. Record is kept of j lar perfume or powder is best suited
to her individuality. Another expert
will demonstrate the proper manner
in which to apply the different articles
of the toilette.
In explaining the purpose of edu educating
cating educating American women in the devel-
an sucn transactions, lne commis commissioner
sioner commissioner of internal revenue and his
assistants, whose duty it is to see
that the revenue act is properly ad
ministered have authority to examine
all books,, papers and memorandum of
taxpayers, and to examine under oath opment of beauty at the show, W. G
any persons having information in the j Hamilton, director, said:
premises. i "American women are the most
Should a person whose duty it is j naturally beautiful in the world. There
to file a return fail in his obligation, is only one thing they may be said t6
he may expect, sooner or later, to hear lack in comparison with the women
from the collector of internal revenue. of other countries and that is tVip n rf
Penalties provided for delinquency are j of accentuating and refining their
severe. For failure to make a return j loveliness. There is at present a ten tenon
on tenon time on or before Mirch 15th, j dency on the part of women toward
1921 the penalty is a fine of not more i overdressing, overroughing and too
than $1000. An additional assess- j startling adornment. Such a tendency,
ment of 25 per cent of the amount due as well as the tendency toward dowd
may be applied unless a later return
W. R. PEDRICK
All Buick Cars Equipped With
We Make a Specialty of Parts
for the Buick and the Prices arc
Coh.sistent with the Cost of Same
GOODYEAR and U.S. TIRES
Exclusive Agents lor
18 MONTHS GUARANTEE
Battery Service Station
We maintain an up-to-date;
garage with expert workmen, at-.
all times, assuring prompt and
GASOLINE, OILS and GREASE
SPENCER-PEDRICK MOTOR CO.
is filed, and it is satisfactorily shown
that the delinquency was due to a rea reasonable
sonable reasonable cause. "Willful refusal" to
make a return and pay the tax on time
iness, can be corrected only through
widespread educational propaganda
among our women."
Invitations have been issued to
cities throughout the country to send
is punishable by a fine of not more ; their most beautiful women and irirla
than $10,000 or one year's imprison- j There will be a beauty contest for
ment or both, together with the cost t high school girls and other contests
Where, by reason of illness or abr
sencc, additional time is required for
fi'ing an income-tax return, the col-
to determine the possessor of the most
beautiful hair, eyes, complexion, per perfect
fect perfect figure, the best kept hands, and
the prettiest foot and ankle.
Clothes will not play an important
an extension of not to exceed 30 days j part in the show except insofar as the
upon written application therefor, J experts will contrast the proper and
made before the return is due, on or : improper manner of dressing and the
before March 15, 1921. relation of bodily health and beauty.
If, before the end of 30 days' ex-
tension, an accurate return can not be
filed, appeal for further extension j
must b made to the commissioner of ( Turner Farm, Feb. 29. Messrs. G.
internal revenue with a full recital of j D. Boyle sand Charlie Ellis of Sparr,
the causes for the delay. j were business callers in our comma-
Payment of income taxes may be 1 nity Friday.
made by cash, money order, or check.
Check or money order should be made
to "Collector of Internal Revenue."
Mr. and Mrs. L. R. Brown and two
little daughters of Island Grove, were
: visitors at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
Payment by either of these methods j. t. Hall Sunday afternoon.
is urged by the bureau ol internal: in an(j Mrs j c Waldron made-
revenue as a convenience to the tax- a business trip to Ocala Monday.
payers and the avoidance of conges- We are glad to see Mr. A. J. Ellis
tion at collectors' offices during the back on the mail route after a few
closing days of the tax paying period, j days absence owing to sickness in the
You will be more than delighted; Miss Gladys Boyles spent the week
when you try a box of our delicious end at home, returning Sunday aft aft-I.cg
I.cg aft-I.cg Cabin Candy, and our Martha j ernoon.
Washington Candy. THE VOGUE is Mr. Raleigh Waldron of Bay Lake
at your service. Phone 580 or 558 for was in our burg Sunday afternoon.
quick delivery of our QUALITY ICE
CREAM. 29-tf AdvcrtiM m Ot Star.
MEANS MONEY SAVING TO YOU j
For the next THIRTY DAYS we will sell most
of the articles in our store at arid below cost.
We have many hardware articles that we will
let go below cost. Come irr and get our prices.
We are selling bean seed at cost. Wax beans
and Black Valetine at $10 per bushel, other green
beans at $9.00 a bushel; in ten .and fifteen bushel
lots we will cut these prices.
We still have a few remnants of crockery and
enamel ware we will almost give away.
Pocket-knives 25 per cent below cost.
We are selling" out these things. Get our
Drices. We have stock powders, Fenole and disin4-
& fectants. We also have the following for sale
yih cheap, one Royal Typewriter, one Neostyle, two
pair of scales, four bins for grocery store, one omce
desk, one seed cleaning machine and several
other useful articles.
MA SEEP STOffi
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, $15 to $2$
down; $2.50 to 53.50 a week.
Taw nc & rt :ir
OCA LA EVENING STAR, TUESDAY. MARCH 1, 1921
WE GIVE FREE SERVICE
For Prop er Lubrication Use
SINCLAIR MOTOR OILS
Champion Spark Plugs
Call 598 when you need
Gasoline or you have Tire
Trouble. We will come to
your assistance. No charge
in the city.
HOOD and MILLER TIRES
Negotiable Storage Receipts Issued on Cotton, Automobiles, Etc
MOVE, PACK. SHIP
THE WINDSOR HOTEL
In the heart of the :ity with Hemming Park for ax front yard.
Every modern convenience in each room. Dining room service la
second to none
ROBERT St. MEYER,
Of Application for Leave
' : Minor's Land
Notice is hereby given to all whom
it may concern, that Susie Ella Proc Proctor,
tor, Proctor, as guardian of Guylan K., Carlos
R. and Simmie L. Proctor, minor heirs
of Cade J. Proctor, deceased, will on
the 5th day of March, A. D. 1921, ap apply
ply apply to the Honorable L. E. Futch,
county judge in and for Marion coun county,
ty, county, at 10 o'clock a. m., or as soon there thereafter
after thereafter as the matter can be heard, for
authority to sell, at private sale, the
following described real estate, in
Marion county, Florida, to-wit:
Ail the undivided interest of said
miners in and to the south half of the
southeast quarter and northeast quar quarter
ter quarter of southwest quarter cf section
six, township thirteen, south, rang,
twenty-four, east, containing one hun hun-,
, hun-, dred and twenty acres, more or less.
Said land belonging to the estate of
Cade J. Proctor, deceased, and to be
sold for the best interest of said
Dated February 1st, A. D. 1921.
S,usie Ella Proctor,
2-l-tues-5t Their Guardian.
C.) Cecil Bryant:
AccccsUng and Auditing :
r: phone 222 :
W. K Lane, M. DM physician and
furgeon, specialist eye, ear, nose and
throat. Office over 5 and 10 cent store,
Ocala, Fla. Adv- tf
proofSTO R Aa E
LONG DISTANCE MOVING
J. E. KAVANAUGH
J. D. DAWKINS
ALL KINDS OF
FRESH MEATS, FISH
TUESDAY and FRIDAY
111 W. Broadway
Geo. MacKay 8 Co.
and Emb aimers
Two Licensed Embalmers
Motor Funeral Cars
Private Morgue and Chapel
Day, Phone 47
Night Phone 515
G. B. Overton, Manager
WILLIAM A. T1NSMAN
Estimates Given Free
Phone 526 Ocala, Fla.'
, Nunnally's and Liggett's Candies
educed to ONE DOLLAR the pound,
it Gerig's Drug Store. tf
If you have any
phone to five-one.
Hunting season is now over.
Cinamon rolls. Federal Bakery, fit
Mrs. Ford Rogers is visiting: friends
Cabbage and lettuce plants for sale,
H. P. Bitting & Co.
Miss Donnie Sims is a vistior
Jacksonville for several days.
A new lot of Powder Puffs just .'n
at Gerig's Drug Store. tf
Mr. T. C. Collier has returned homt
from a short business trip to Tampa.
If you want bean seed way below
cost go to the Ocala Seed Store to
jet them. 2-12-tf
Mrs. Dixon Irvine of Orange Lake
was a well known shopper in town for
They're healthful and delicious
those cinnamon rolls at the Federal
Mr. T.' M. Kilgore has returned
from a business trip to Orlando.
bringing with him a fine new Buick.
Get your candy at the old price of
one dollar per pound lat Gerig's Drug
Store. Nunnally's and Lieeett's. tf
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Havilar.d and
Mr. Charles Tremere of Belleview
were visitors in the city for the morn
TBere's no extra charge for clean clean-ng
ng clean-ng your fish at the city fish market.
Phone 158. tf
- Mr. and Mrs. P. W. Henderson of
Vincennes, Ind., are in the city on
their way home from a visit to St. Pe Petersburg.
tersburg. Petersburg. Try 'em once, and you'll use no
other Federal Bakery cinnamon
rolls. 28 -Gt
Mrs. D. S. Arrosmith of Philadel Philadelphia
phia Philadelphia is in the city visiting at the home
of her daughter, Mrs. L. A. Wilcox at
734 Winona street.
Several thousand Florida Special
tomato plants for sale. $2 per 1000.
M. W. McDavid,
l-6t 730 Osceola Street.
Mr. J. B. Peek, who has been for
three weeks in the hospital at Orlando,
has returned home cured. He praises
the Orlando hospital highly.
Seven-passenger Buick touring go going
ing going quick at $650. "Spencer-Pedrick'
Motor Company. 3-1-tf
Messrs. Park Anderson and Don
Conant returned" to the University
City this morning after a pleasant
week-end visit in Ocala with friends.
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
Miss Meta Jewett leaves tomorrow
for Lakeland, where she will be the
guest of her brother, Mr. Sanford
Jewett and family for several days.
If you havent tried our cinnamon
rolls in the past week you don't know
of the improvement in their making.
Federal Bakery. 28-6t
The young folks at Belleview -will
give a ball at the Civic League club
house Friday, March 4th, and they in invite
vite invite all their Ocala friends to be pres present.
ent. present. Serve Oliver Twists at your next
party. They're delicious with icing.
Made only by the Federal Bakery. 6t
Mr. and Mrs. William Wolf will
leave tomorrow afternoon for Atlanta
for a visit to their daughter. Miss
Rose Wolf, who is attending school
in that city.
Baby four Overland, Al shape.
Terms. Spencer-Pedrick Motor Co.,
Bcick dealers. 24-tf
Mr. E. L. Carney has sold his in interest
terest interest in the Lake Bryant Fruit Com Company's
pany's Company's grove. This grove now covers
860 acres and 500 more will be added
as soon as possible.
After an absence of several months
from the city on account of the illness
of his wife, Mr. D. R. Connor has re re-turned
turned re-turned home and resumed his position
at Masters store. Mrs. Connor's
many friends are glad to learn of her
continued improvement and it is hoped
that she will soon be able to return to
Ocala to again make her home here.
' Miss Mildred Price, teacher of Erg-
( lish in the high school, has gone for a j
few days visit to her home in Illinois,
I Miss Theo Wallis is filling her place-
j in the school during her absence.
"As the wholesalers come down, so
ido we. Delicious Martha Washington
! candy at 90 cents a pound at THE
j VOGUE, phones 580 or 558. 22-tf
Dr. H. F. Watt in response to a
quest from the government left yes-
iterday for Greenville, S. C, where h?
'will take a ten days course in the
j latest methods of treating tubercu-
C'othir.g & Shoe Company. Every-
t'tir.g we sell is guaranteed. We're
crhting for QUALITY not prices, tf
Sheriff Thomas' returned this morn morning
ing morning from Gainesville. He said up to
the time he left no trace had been
found cf the two criminals, Lovell and
Holton, who came so near being cap captured
tured captured Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. R. L. McCarley and
daughter, Jane of West Palm Beach,
arrived in the city yesterday from
Eoardman for a brief visit at the
home of their relatives, Mr. and Mrs.
F. W. Cook, and family.
If you want plow stocks, plows,
pocket knives, traces, single trees,
other hardware and crockery cheap,
go to the Ocala Seed Store. We are
celling out. 2-12-tf
Dr. M. V. Springstun, veterinary
inspector for the Bureau of Animal
Industry, U. S. Department of Agri Agriculture,
culture, Agriculture, is in the city, at the Florida
House, ready to consult with all who
desire instruction in that line.
Mr. and Mrs. R. R. Carroll, who
have, been taking a tour down the
r-ast coast since tneir marriage m
Jacksonville last week, will probably
return to Ocala Friday or Saturday.
They will make their home at the
Don't fail to visit" the Guarantee
2( thing & Shoe Company. Every Every-Ii,ng
Ii,ng Every-Ii,ng we sell is guaranteed. We're
.chting for QUALITY not orices. tf
.Mrs. Martha Jane Carmichael will
leave in the morning for Jacksonville,
where she will visit Mrs. J. H. Brinson
for the next week or ten days. Mrs
Carmichael will go to Palatka by boat
and after a brief visit there will pro
ceed to Jacksonville.
The Knights of Pythias had a wel
attended meeting Monday night. About
seventy-five members were present,
and all joined in a good round-table
talk for "the good of the order." The
i talks by Knights S. C. Mayo and John
J. Neighbor were specially interesting
As a strengthening tonic there is'
nothing better than Nux and Iron
Tonic Tablets, $1 per bottle of 100
tal lets at Gerig's Drug Store. Guar Guarantied
antied Guarantied or money back. tf
Mc John Long, superintendent of
the Gainesville city plant, was in town
Sunday inspecting the, new turbine
engine at the Ocala plant. His fam family,
ily, family, who had been on a trip down the
East Coast, returned by way of Ocala
and they all left for their home at
The many friends of Mr. T. H. Ba Baker
ker Baker of New York city, but for the past
several years has made his home in
Ocala ai the residence of Mr. and Mrs.
Sidney Haile, will be sorry to learn he he-is
is he-is suffering from a stroke of paralysis.
Mr. Baker is now at the hospital,
where he is receiving every attention.
Yea can always get fresh or salt
water fish, oysters, shrimp, etc.,' at
the City Fish Market on Fort King
avenue. Phone 158. tf
Mr. and Mrs. B. D. Blackburn and
children, Mrs. Martha Jane Carmi Carmichael,
chael, Carmichael, Mrs. C. F. Flippen and baby,
William and Miss Mildred Crosby
formed an automobile party to Day Day-tona
tona Day-tona Beach last Saturday. Mrs. Flip Flip-pin
pin Flip-pin and son left the party there for
their home at Fort Lauderdale, after
a pleasant stay in this city, guests at
the home of the former's sister, Mrs.
Buick six touring car. Been run less
than 3000 miles. Extra tire, motor motor-meter
meter motor-meter and bumper. Will sell for cash,
SirSO. T. M. Kilgore, phone" 552,
Ocala, Fla. 28-6t
Mrs. Edna Ogilvie was in town yes-
terday and today making arrange- j
ments to move to DeLard, where she f
will join her mother, Mrs. Jack)
Thompson and make her future home.
Friends of Mrs. Thompson in Ocala
will be glad to know that she is im
proving from her recent serious ni
ness which was brought on by the!
AO 1U AAA UtVU WbU AJ1U J
son were instantly killed.
Mr. J M. Tison of Gainesville is
among th business visitors in the
Fine Porto Rica Yams at the Fort
'Mr. George McGahagin, for many
years a resident of Ocala,. bat now
! residing in SanfonL spent several
re-lhours in the city today, looking afte
his real estate interests.
For quick trips rent a bicycle; 10c.
for 30 minutes. B. F. Condon. l-6t
Work is now in progress on North
Main street, which, when ccmpleted,
will make another ertmr.ee into "the
union depot grounds from the business
section of town, and also relieve traffic-
considerably during the rush
Fine Porto Rica Yams at the Fort
King Confectionery. l-3t
The Rotary Club, which generally
has its luncheons on Tuesdays, has de deferred
ferred deferred that of this week to Thursday,
in order to entertain District Governor
Dick Smith of Atlanta, who will be in
Ocala in the course of a tour around
he slat,.?. A hani j.?r cint i". :.r.-
dance is hoed for on fh" inr'rtant
Dill pickles and fresh tomatoes at
the Fort King Confectionery. l-3t
Mr. C.Y. Miller, head of the Ocala
Elks, informs the Star that that well-
known and popular lodee has never
been so influential and popular in
Ocala as at present. He says that it
is certain and sare that the Ocala Elks
will have a fine home on .the public
square before many more years have
LET ME REMEMBER
YOU JUST AS YOU ARE
As you are today that's it, just as
you are with the same kindly smile,
the same look of considerate determi
I want to remember you as I have
known you, a loving father whose one
thought has always been of me and
for me; whose directing mind has
guided my mind and my steps thru
dsngerous paths in youth to a success successful
ful successful and an honorable manhood.
"Yes, I want to remember you just
as you are."
jiave you a photograph of your
ft-ther or your mother just as they
. EUGENE A. REVELS,
High Grade Portraits in Sepia-
Water Color, Copying and Enlarging.
Over Guarantee Clothing & Shoe Co.,
Ocala, Fla. 26-6t
For All Cars
GEO. J. WILLIAMS
Formerly Carroll Motqr Company
Garage, Osceola St.
Phone 597 Night 408
A Complete Stock
Cue of the Li vest
Stores lu the City
NEEDHAM MOTOR CO.
General Aulo Repairing
Gasoline, Oils and Grease
USED CARS FOR SALE
Cars Washed $1-00
Cars Polished ."..V. HO
Oklawaha Ave. & Orange St.
rt ANTED, LOST. FOUND. FOR
SALE. FOR RENT AND SIM SIMILAR
ILAR SIMILAR LOCAL NEEDS
Rates: Six lines, maximum. "one time.
25c: three times. 50c; six times, 75c;
lone month, S3. Payable in advance.
WANTED Clean cotton ratrs at the
gtar c&ce Nq gp 22-St
MitKLMJULA wuuui aku we are
prepared to famish 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 1C7. 26-lm
FOR SAIE We have a surplus of
fifty head of horse j and mules for
. sale. You can find stock suitable
for any purpose ly applying at the
Etabfes. Anthony Farms, Anthony,
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,
IWOOD Giles Wood Yard. Seasoned
cak or pine wood for either stove or
fireplace, $1 and $2 per load. Yard
corner Souh Mam and Third St.
Phone 112. 2-22-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. Five room apartment,
with kitchenette, hall, bath room,
front and back porch; furnished or
unfurnished. Apply to Mrs. S. A.
. StandJey, 447 Oklawaha Ave. 25 6t
WANTED Laborers. Call at Ocala
Iron Work3, 7 o'clock, Monday and
Tuesday mornings. Ocala Iron
LOST Baskell ball belonging to the
Kissimmee, high school. Lost in
Ocala the day that team played the
O. H .S. team. Finder will receive
reward by returning ball to the
Commercial Bank. 26-3t
LOST One five-montbs old black and
tan female pun. bob tail. Answers to
the ncme of "Pup." Loner, slim head.
Advise IL S. Wesson. 28-3t
FOR SALE High grade used piano
t at a bargain, also good price and
terms on new pianos. Address, C
U. Fuller, representative Ludden &
Eater, Ocala, Fla. 28-t
WANTED Chairs, trunk. dishes,
stores, or any kitchen or bed room
furniture. Address, with close de description
scription description and lowest price, at your
door, "New Comer," care the Star
WANTED Position by reliable young
man as assistant bookkeeper. Best
of references furnished, "some by
local business men. Would consider
other kind of work. Permanent
job. Apply to W. R. B., care the
FOR SALE Twenty million Living Livingston
ston Livingston Globe tomato plants at $2 per
1000. Livingston true blue seed. In
5000 lots or more, $1.50 per 1000.
Wauchula Plant Farm, Wauchula,
WANTED-At once, Ford touring car
.with starter. See H. M. Clark at
Mr. J. W. Davis' house, No. 115 N.
Main street. 1-lt
AUTOMOBILE BARGAIN A Baby
Grand Chevrolet T-passenger tool tooling
ing tooling car; Al mechanical condition;
four good tires; new top; repainted.
Price $275. B. F. Condon, the
Overland agent, Ocala, Fla. l-t
Pupils wanted: Miss Childress of
' Milady's Beauty Parlor," is" now
ic.dy to train girls for beauty parlor
work in all its branches, besides' giv giving
ing giving expert treatments of all kinds.
I'hone 272 for engagements. 23-6t
Arrival and departure of passenger
era ns at OCALA UNION STATION.
The following schedule figures pub published
lished published asa information and not guar guaranteed.
anteed. guaranteed. (Eastern "Standard Time)
SEABOARD AIR LINE RAILROAD
2:!!V am Manatee- 4:05 pm
:15 am' Tampa .' 2:10 am
2:15 am Manatee- 4:17 pm
:05 pm Tampa-St. Petrsbrg 4:17 pm
ATLANTIC COAST LINE R. R.
2:12 pm Jacksonville-NTork 2:43 am
1:45 pm Jksonville-GainsviF.e 3:35 pm
:i2am Jkaonville-Gnesville 10:13 pm
2:4. am StPetsbrg-Lakeland 2:12 am
3;3opm St.Petsbry-Lakeland 1:25 pm
7:10 am Dunnelkn-Wilcox
7:2-'. am Dunellon-Lkeland 11:03 cm
3:2." pm Homosas&i 1 'JZO pm
l0:!'Jpm Leesburg 6:42 am
-'Monday, Wednesday. Friday.
"Toesv. Thursday. Saturday
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