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OCALA, FLORIDA. FRIDAY, MARCH 4, 1921
VI 11 II
fflESIDEHT WILSDH STEPS OUT;
PRESIDENT HARDIHG STEPS IN
The Latter Delivered a Very Conserva Conservative
tive Conservative arid Patriotic Address
March 4. Bright the world about him after the great
weather with a cold, blustering ilarcn I storm noung uie marw i. uwi un unwind,
wind, unwind, marked inauguration day. An j tion and yet rejoicing in the rugged rugged-over
over rugged-over night droo Jn the temperature jness of the things which withstood it,
made it somewhat uncomfortable for if he is an American he breaches the
herran parlv in the clarified atmosphere with a strange
forenoon assembling-o the capitol
plaza to witness Mr. Harding take the
mingling of regret and new hope. We
have seen world passion spend its
. a y
It is not aloofness, it is security. It or facility, all in the sublime sacnnce
is not suspicion of others, it is pa- for country and not one penny of war
triotic adherence to the things which profit shall inure to the benefit of pri pri-made
made pri-made us what we are. vate individual, corporation and com-
"Today, better than ever before, bination, but all above the normal
we know the aspirations of human- shall flow into the defense chest of
kind and share the mode. We have the nation. There is something in
come to a new realization of our place herently wrong, something out of ac-
in the world and a new appraisal of cord with the ideals of representative
our nation by the world. The, unself- democracy when one portion ol our
ishness of these United States is a citizenship turns its activity to pn pn-thing
thing pn-thing proven, our devotion to peace vate gain during defensive war, while
for our selves and for the world is another is fighting, sacrificing, deny-
well established; our concern for pre- ing national reservation.
served civilization has had its impas- UNITy OF SPIRIT AND PURPOSE
sioned and heroic expression. There
was no American failure to resist the
attempted reversion of civilization,
there will be no failure todav or to to-morrow.
morrow. to-morrow. REST OF POPULAR WILL
"Out of such universal service will
come a new unity of spirit and pur purpose
pose purpose and new confidence and conse consecration
cration consecration which would make our de defense
fense defense impregnable, our triumph as assured.
sured. assured. Then we should have little or
oath of office and hear his inaugural fury, but we contemplate our republic
address. Mr. Harding arose at eight j unshaken and hold our civilization se-
o'rlock and breakfasted with Mrs. cure. Liberty liberty witmn tne
HardW. in their suite at the New; law and civilization are inseparable
Willard hotel. and although both were threatened
, TTIO, I we find them now secure and there
GREAT THRONG ON THE HISTOR-jcome8 Americans the profound
ICAENUE isiirance that our representative gov-
Pennsyivania avenue. ablaze withjernment is the highest expression and
color and guarded by infantrymen surest guaranty of both.
100 feet apart with fixed bayonets, j "Standing in this presence, mindful
was thronged with people on the side-J of the solemnity of this occasion
walks. 'feeling the emotions which no one
WILSON VERY WEAK I may know until he senses the great
Thlrewas some delay at the White weight of responsibility for himself. 1
House while President-elect Harding must utter my belief in the divine in in-waited
waited in-waited for President Wilson. Finally spiration of the founding fathers
the two emerged from the door, walk-' Surely there .must have been God's
ing together at the head of the party, mieni in me masmg
President Wilson leaned on his cane world republic. Ours is an organic
but otherwise was unassisted. He w$s law which had but one ambiguity, and
helped down the steps and into a car we saw that effaced in a baptism of
by attendants, who placed his feet on J sacrifice and blood, with union main main-each
each main-each .succeeding step as the descent j tabled, the nation supreme and its
was made. This outward evidence of 'concord inspiring. We have seen the
the president's physical condition add-orld rivet its hopeful gaze on the
ed another bit of speculation as to great truths on v which the founders
how far he would go in participating wrought. We have seen civil, human
in the ceremonies at the capitol After and religious liberty verified and
Mr. Hardine- and other members of 'glorified. In the beginning, the old
th party had entered the car, Mr. j world scoffed at our experiment; our
Wilson lifted his hat and the automo- foundations of political and social be-
bile moved away., as Miss Margaret lief stand unshaken, a precious inner
Wilson and members-of Mrs. Wilson's itance to ourselves, an inspiring ex
family watched from a window direct-! ample of freedom and civiliaztion to
ly above the main entrance. ;all mankind. Let us express renew-
WILSON WAS WEARY led andt strengthened devotion. In
grateful reverence for the immortal
President Wilson arose at 8 o c ock, I ginning, and utter our confidence in
a little fagged as a result of working jthe supreme fulfillment.
late on bills and other official business.
Dr. Grayson and' members of his im- J PROGRESS PROVES WISDOM
mediate family continuecLjiheir. efforts j "The 'recorded progress of our re re-to
to re-to dissuade him from "taking a very i public, materially and spiritually, in
"The success of our popular gov-'no disorganization of our economic,
ernment rests wholly upon the correct industrial and commercial systems, at
interpretation of deliberate, inteili- home, no staggering war debts., no
gent, dependable popular will of Am- swollen fortunes to flout the sacrifices
erica. In deliberate questioning of a Qf our soldiers, no excuses for sedi sedi-suggested
suggested sedi-suggested change of national policy tion, no pitiable slackerism, no out out-where
where out-where internationality was to super- rages of treason. Envy and jealousy
cede nationality, we turned to a ref- would have no seil for their menacing
erendum to the American people, development and revolution would be
There was ample discussion and there withaut the passion which engenders
is a public mandate in manifest un- it.
derstanding. -"A regret for the mistakes of yes-
"America is ready to encourage, terday must not, however, blind us to
eager to initiate, anxious to partici- the task of today. The war"never left
pate in any seemly program likely to SUch an aftermath. There has been
privileges and the performance of the
duties of citizens to speed the attain attainment
ment attainment of the highest state,
PRAYER FOR INDUSTRIAL PEACE
"I wish for an America no less
alert in guarding against dangers
from within than it is watchful
against enemies from without. Our
fundamental law recognizes no class,
no group, no section- There must be
none in legislation or administration.
The supreme inspiration is the com common
mon common weal.
"Humanity hungers for interna international'
tional' international' peace and we crave it with all
mankind. My most reverent prayer
for America is for industrial peace
with its rewards, widely and general generally
ly generally distributed among the inspirations
of equal opportunity.
"No one justly may deny the equal equality
ity equality of opportunity which made us what
we are. We. have mistaken unpre
paredness to embrace it, to be the
challenge of the reality; and due con concern
cern concern for making all citizens fit for
participation will ive added strncth ;
of rit T7ncVl in onH m-i(rnift nm. K"""J StrOTlg.
achievement. ; people of Ocala and Marion county
are alive to the opportunities the state
MORE THAN OTO HAS BEEfl
RAISED III THE DRIVE FOR THE
MARION COUNTY BOARD OF TRADE
People of Ocala and Marion County are
Showing Themselves Alive to
Going up! Subscriptions in the Mar Marion
ion Marion County Board of Trade's drive for
. AAA 1 1 i 1 ll
iiu,uw reacnea a toiai oi more (nan
! $6700 yesterday. The drive is still
It is evident that the
"If revolution insists upon overturn overturning
ing overturning established "order, let other peo peoples
ples peoples make the tragic experiment.
There is not place for it in America.
When the world was threatened we
pledged our forces and our lives to
the preservation of civilization and
lessen the probability of war and pro- staggering loss of life and measure- when revolution threatens we unfurl
active part in the day's ceremonies.
THE RIDE TO THE CAPITOL
itself proves the wisdom of the in inherited
herited inherited policy of non-involvement in
old world affairs. Confident of our
.f ;abihty to work out our own destiny
with the arrival of the congressional i , ,. .
, u , c and jealously guarding our right to
inaugural committee, headed by Sen- J fe J ,. .
' a n r do so, we seek no part m directing the
ator Knox and Congressman Cannon, , A, m .?
at Harding's hotel. The party left at j dettmies of the old world. We do not
10:20 for the, White House, where mean to be entangled. We will accept
,c TT ,. r no responsibility except as our own
Mr. Harding, Mr. Coolidge and their i ,
. j -r, -j j i conscience and judgment in each m-
wives were joined by President and A A
!Y1 we" A 1 I f rtvri Thfl viHa iitv Pan I
iUin. f I llOUii; OllU Hit: 11UC U A till IT
"Our eyes never will be blind to a
developing menace, our ears never
deaf to the call of civilization. We
sylvania avenue .through the cheering
throngs to the capitol began.
j i. n' i r. i i 4. tt j- 'recognize the new order in the world
ident Wilson, President-elect Harding, 6
Senator Knox and Congressman Can-, T iV .
non. The second contained Vice Jas Wsnse ca ? th,e
President Marshall, Vice Presidentjnunian heart for fellowship, fraternl-
rl r, j u ty and co-operation. We crave friend friend-Elect
Elect friend-Elect Coolidge and two members of ,. , f , .
... .j. f .I ship and hafrbor no hate. But Amer Amer-the
the Amer-the inaugural committee. In the third . A .
,r TT ma ica, our America, the America bunded
car were Mrs. Harding, Mrs. Wilson! , A.
j ... rwL. upon the foundation laid by the m-
and two committeemen. The fourth j . .
car was occupied by Mrs. Marshall, sP1Ted ers can be a party to no
Mrs. Coolidge and two committeemen. pe""anent 'tary fiance. It can
An j u .Center into no political commitments,
All were accompanied by troops ofs ......
cavalry nor assume any economic obligations
or subject our decisions to any other
. w v,,t ttiauiwi nAKUiu than our own authQrity.
Warren G. Harding took the oath as
the twenty-eighth president of the
United States at 1:18 o'clock. Press Pressing
ing Pressing his lips to the eighth verse, of the
sixth chapter of Micah in the historic
"I am sure our people -will not mis
understand nor will the world mis misconstrue.
construe. misconstrue. We have no thought to im
pede the paths to closer relationship
We wish topromote understanding.
Bible used in the inauguration of j We want to do our part in making of-
George Washington, the new presi- fensive warfare so hateful that gov
emments and peoples who resort to
dent repeated the oath
After taking the oath President
Harding delivered his inaugufad ad address,
dress, address, pledging his faith anew to
American institutions. He reiterated
a plea for a return to normalcy, for
industrial peace, for friendship with
the world and promised to work forj
ari; association of nations! He coupled
his renewed declarations with
nouncement against entangling
vamu vv-ujic luur. me oatn as t
it must prove the righteousness of
their cause or stand as outlaws be-
I fore the bar of civilization.
ASSOCIATION FOR COUNSEL
"We are ready to associate our
selves with the nations of the world,
great and small, for conference, for
! counsel, to seek the expressed views
of world opinion, to recommend
way to approximate disarmament and
relieve the crushing burdens of mili-
tary and naval establishments. We
elect to participate m suggesting
plans for mediation, conciliation and
arbitration, and would clnHI v inin in
mote the brotherhood of mankind less wastage of materials. Nations
which must be God's (highest concep- are still groping for return to stable
tion of the human relations. x Because ways. Discouraging indebtedness
we cherish ideals of justice and peace, confronts us like all the war torn na-
because we appraise international tions and these obligations must be
comity and helpful relationship no provided for. No civilization can sur-
less highly than any people of the vive repudiation.
world we aspire to a high place in the "We can reduce the abnormal ex-
moral leadership of civilization and penditures and we will. We can
we hold a maintained America, the strike at war taxation and we must,
proven republic, the unshaken temple We must face the grim necessity vith
of democracy, dependent only upon full knowledge that the tasjc is to be
inspiration and example, but the solved, and we must proceed with a
highest agency of strengthening good full realization that no statute enact-
will and promoting according on both ed by man can repeal the inexorable
continents. laws of nature. Our most dangerous
"Mankind needs a world wide bene- tendency is to expect too much of
diction of understanding. It is need- government and at the same time do
ed among individuals, among peoples, for it too little.
among governments and it will inau- j "We contemplate the immediate
gurate an era of good feeling to mark task of putting our public household
the birth of a new order. Such un- in order. We need a rigid and yet
derstanding men will strive confident- sane economy, combined with fiscal
ly for the promotion of their better 'justice and it must be attended by in-
relationships and nations will reflect dividual prudence and thrift which
the comity so essential to peace. 'are so essential to this trying hour
TRADE TIES BIND CLOSELY and reassuring for the future.
"We must understand that ties of. REACTION REFLECTED
trade bind nations in closest intimacy ; "The business world reflects the
and none may receive except as he distuibance of war's reaction. Herein
gives. We have not strengthened ours flows the life blood of material exis exis-in
in exis-in accordance with our resources or tence. The economic mechanism is
our genius, notably on our own con- intricate and its parts interdependent
tinent, where a galaxy of republics and has suffered the shocks and jars
reflect the glory of new world dem-' incident to abnormal demands, credit
ocracy, but in the new order of finance inflations and price upheavals. The
and trade we mean to promote, en- normal, balances have been impaired,
large activities and seek expanded the channels of distribution have been
confidence. 'clogged, the relations of labor and
"Perhaps we can make no more management have been strained. We
helpful contribution by example than must seek the readjustment with care
prove a republic's capacity to emerge and courage. Our people must give
from the wreckage of war. While the and take. Prices must reflect the re-
world s embittered travail did not ceding fever of war activities. Per-
eave us devastated lands nor deso- haps we never shall know the old lev lev-ated
ated lev-ated cities, left no gaping wounds, els of wage again, because war inva-
no .breast in hate, it did involve us in iably readjusts compensations and
the delirium of expenditure, in ex- the necessaries of life will show their
panded currency and credits, in un-: incomparable relationship, but- we
balanced industry, in unspeakable must strive for normalcy, to reach
waste and disturbed relationships, stability. The penalties will not be
While it uncovered our "portion of light nor evenly distributed.
hateful selfishness at home, it also "There 13 no way of making them
revealed the heart of America as so. There is no instant step from dis dis-sound
sound dis-sound and fearless, and beating in order to order. We must face a con con-confidence
confidence con-confidence unfailing. jdition of grim reality, charge off our
Amid it all we have riveted the losses and start afresh. It is the old-
gaze of all civilization to the unself- est lesson of civilization. I would like
ishness and righteousness or repre-1 government to do all it can to miti miti-sentative
sentative miti-sentative democracy, where our free- gate them. In understanding, in mu-
dom neyer has made offensive war-'tuality of interest, in concern for the
fare, never has sough territorial ag-' common good our tasks will be solved.
granaisemeni mrougn iorce; never; o aiierea system wui worK a
has turned to the arbitrament of arms 1 miracle. Any. wild experiment will
until reason had been exhausted, only add to the confusion. Our best
When the governments of earth shall : assurance lies in efficient administra
have established a freedom like our j tion of our proven system,
own and shall have sanctioned the! nine to PRnni'rnnv
i : j
pulsus i4te as wwudve pracuceu -Tko fnnrorn ornra f tfco Kiicinocc
it, 1 Deiieve tne last sorrow and the
final sacrifice of international
fare will have been written.
the flag of law vrd order and renew
our consecration. Ours is a constitu
is now facing and of this section in
particular. The city and county are
fast catching the spirit which has re resulted
sulted resulted ui such a wonderful growth in
the southern part of Florida and in
other sections of the United States.
"A civic conscience and a commu community
nity community spirit are the greatest assets any
section of country can have," says tht
tional freedom where the popular wffl Ury of the uBoard Tn
is the law supreme and minorities are
sacredly protected. Our
When any people have sufficient pride
in their community and give it their
reformation aru -vnlntmn. fl unsemsn support, wiuioui regaro 10
V'VHlVitd .WVV e
deliberate judgment and an orderly
progress and we mean to cure our
ills, but never destroy or permit de
struction by force.
the immediate return to the individual,
the community must grow."
In six days in March of 1920, Mid Mid-dletown,
dletown, Mid-dletown, Ohio, a city of 24,000, raised
ter Cam, H. H. Henderson, Wm. J.
Thomas, S.'G. Sage. J. Harley Marsh.
Transfers: A. S. Burgess. Collier
Insurance: S. B, Ware, L. T. Izlar,
G. S. Scott.
Retail Grocers: Harvey Clark
Stores, Abbott & Luffman, P. P. Cv" Cv"-tello,
tello, Cv"-tello, Jirash Grocery Co, IL B. Whit Whit-tington,
tington, Whit-tington, M. IL Hunnicutt, M. S. Sa Sa-waya,
waya, Sa-waya, Anthony Tudisco, Ollie Mordis,
F. W. Cook. H. B. Masters Co, I- E.
Yonce, Farmers Exchange Store.
General Stores: J. L. Grantham,
Sparr; Pasteur & Johnson, Anthony;
John T. Lewis, Oklawaha; J. J. Kncb-
lock, East lake; J. D. Waling, Weirs
dale; C A. Tremere, Belle view; K
1 had rather submit our industrial c",c.Iun.Q 01
controversies to the conference tuule u; .f"7 a Qunng ine course
of Middle town's campaign, said:
4A renewal of that spirit of unself-
in advance than to a settlement tabla
after conflict anrl SliflFVrincr Tho earfh
is thirsting for the cup of good wilL 7 s?nice,"na 01 MC"n won
Understanding is its fountain source.
vice 'president at 12-21 o'clock.
WILSON CRACKED 'A JOKE
President Wilson, yielding to las, that expressed conscience of progress
minute entreaties of his family and; which seeks to clarify and write the
physicians, took no part in the cere-; laws of international relationship and
monies other than to accompany Mr. establish a world court for the dispo
Harding to the capol, leaving after jsition of such justiciable questions as
signing several bills and going to Jus nations are agreed to submit thereto.
new home on S street. President Wil-jln expressing aspirations, in seeking
son s decision not to attend the cere-! practical plans, in translating human
- monies was due to numerous steps to'ity's new conception of righteousness
the Senate chamber, He explained to' justice and its hatred of war into rec rec-Senator
Senator rec-Senator Knox that the Senate hadjommended action we are ready most
thrown him down but he was not go- j heartily to unite, but every commit commit-ing
ing commit-ing to fall down. Harding and Cool-:ment must be made in the exercise of
idge then said good-bye to the presi-. our national sovereignty,
dent. I "Since freedom imwllvl snH inde-
the war will develop within our people
- M m
It would like to acclaim an era of 8ens 01 Jus"ce'. 8P 01 numan-
good feeling amid dependable pros- "f" y 01 purpose tnai
perity and all the blessings which at- make Jthem Etron' wonderfully
tejj efficient and immeasurably happy. Let
us therefore dream of a greater Mid-
rKUihtilu Ur INDUSTRIES dletown of five years hence, the pro pro-"It
"It pro-"It has been proved again and again duct the earnest and united effort
that we cannot whe throwing our nnd enthusiasm of a progressive, pa pa-markets
markets pa-markets open to the world, maintain triotic people, and then work unceas unceas-the
the unceas-the standards of living and opportu- in& to maek that dream come true."
nity and hold our industrial eminence i Following is a classified list of those
in such unequal competition. There who have contributed to the Marion
is a luring fallacy in the theory of Coty Board of Trade fund to date:
banished barriers of trade, but pre-1 Druggists: Gerig's Drug tSore. The
served American standards require our, druggists: Gerig's Drug tSore. The
higher production costs to be reflected & Bitting & Phillips, G. C. Greene,
in our tariffs on imports. Today as' Bottling Works: Ocala Coca-Cola
never before, when peoples are seek- Chero-Cola Co.
We trade restoration and emansioif' Publishers and Printers: Star Pub-
we must adjust our tariffs to the new Hsbing Co, Taylor Printing Co.
order. We seek particioation in th- Laundries: Ocala Steam Laundry.
world's exchanges, because therein Manufacturers: Arlo Box Co., Oak,
lies our way to widen and influence Ocala Manufacturing Co.
the triumphs of peace. We know full Plumbers and Electricians: Need-
well we cannot sell where we do not nam Bros- H.'S. Minshall
buy and we cannot sell successfully Cafes: American Cafe, Hunter's
where we do not carry. .Cafeteria.
Opportunity is calling not alone farmers: John H. Mathews, Cand-
for the restoration, but for a new pro- lerI J Johnson, Ocala; J: D. Mc-
duction, transportation and trade. We Raskin, Ocala; Nathan Mayo, Sum
shall answer it best by meetine the'merfieldi w- D- Cam, Ocala; W. C.
demand of a surpassing home market, B1od, Ocala; Anthony Farms, An-
by promoting self-reliance in produc- thony.
tion and by bidding enterprise, genius' Banks: Ocala National Bank, Mun Mun-and
and Mun-and efficiency to carry our cargoes in roe Chamblise National Bank.
American bottoms to the marts of the! undertakers: George Mac Kay &
J Co, Roberts & Spencer.
OUR SUPREME TASK
Douglas, Weirsdale;J. A. Freeman &
Son, Bellejriew; W. W. Yongue, Ok Oklawaha.
lawaha. Oklawaha. Drygoods, Clothing 'and Shoes: M.
M. Little. Frank's, Inc, E. T. Helven Helven-ston,
ston, Helven-ston, Parker & Guynn, Walkley &
Barnett, Rheinauer & Co, H. B. Mas-
ters Co, Fishel Bros, J. Malever, B.
Goldman, H. A. Waterman.
Hardware: Marion Hardware Co,
Clarkson Hardware Co, George Mac Mac-Kay
Kay Mac-Kay & Co, IL B. Masters Co.
Stationers and News Dealers: W. W,
Condon, A. E. Gerig, N. L. Williams.
x Confectionery: The Vogue, T. W.
Troxler, S. R. Whaley, L. E. Yonce.
Jewelers: J. E. Allemand, The
Weihe Co, J. Chas. Smith. W.W. Con Condon.
Cigar Manufacturers: Charles Pey
Furniture: Theus Bros, L. J. Bla-
Lumber and Builders Supplies: R.
IL Todd Lumber Co, Ray & Thomson,
George Mac Kay & Co.
Automobiles: O'Neal & Holly. Ocala
Motor Co, B. F. Condon. Murphy Mo Motor
tor Motor Co, Kumbak Service Station, A.
G. Gates, Auto Sales Co,' Blalock
Bros, H. A. Davies.
Sand and Stone: Lake Weir Washed
Sand Co, A. T. Thomas.
Accountants: C. C. Bryant.
Lawyers: R. A. Burford, L. W. Du Duval,
val, Duval, I N. Green. Fred Hocker, D. N.
Ferguson, T. S. Trantham, W? Ev
Abstract Companies: Florida Title
it 'Abstract Co, Marion County Ab Abstract
stract Abstract Co. f
Bakers; Carter's Bakery.
Phosphates: Loncala Phosphate Co,
George W. Chase, C and J. Camp.
Other Classifications: B. II. Sand Sanders,
ers, Sanders, Christian Ax. Ocala Gas Co, E.
E. Dobba, Ed Carmichael, J. J. Smith,
Oklawaha; N. W. Hanson, Oklawaha;
AN AMERICA OF HOMES j XoJXf ST
"We would not have an America liv- Physicians and Surgeons: Dr. E. G.
ing within and for herself alone, but, Peek, Dr. H. W. Henry," Dr. J. Harry
we would have her self-reliant, inde- Walters, Dr. W. K. Lane. Dr. H. C
pendent and ever nobler, stronger and Dozier.
richer. Believing in our higher stand- Orange Growers: IL L. Borland, H.
ards, reared through constitutional A. Wartmann, Ocala; E. L. Wartmann,
liberty and maintained opportunity,' Citra; Dr. E. B. Lytle, Weirsdale.
we invite the world to the samej Autos for Hire: B. F. Morrison.,
heights. But pride in things wrought ; Wholesale Merchants: Pillans &.
is no renex 01 accomplished tasks, bmitn, Louis R. Chazal & Sn 0
. H. Bradford. Weirsdale; T. E. Mar
tin, Belleview; C E. Armstrong, Belle Belle-view;
view; Belle-view; John H. Good, I A. Wilcox, E.
Lawrence, J. J. Harris and J. O.
Ed son, Dunnellon.
cycle is unmistakable. The peoples
I are turning from destruction to pro
iduction. Industry has sensed the
changed order and our own people
Our supreme task is the resump- are turning to resume their normal
tion of our onward normal way. Re- onward way. The call is for produc-
construction, readjustment, restora- jtive America to go on. I know that
tion all these must follow. I would Congress and the administration will
like to have them. If it will lighten ; favor every wise government policy
the spirit and add to the resolution J to encourage continued progress.
with which we take up the task, let j "I speak for administrative effic effic-me
me effic-me repeat for our nation, we shall iency, for lightened tax burdens, for
give no people just cause to make! sound commercial practices, for ade ade-war
war ade-war upon us. We hold no national J quate credit facilities, for sympathetic
prejudice, we entertain no spirit of j concern for all agricultural problems,
revenge, we do not hate, we do not for the omission of unnecessary inter inter-covet,
covet, inter-covet, we dream of no conquest, nor'ference of government with business,
boast of armed prowess. for an end to government's experl-
"If despite this attitude, war is ment in business and for more effi effi-again
again effi-again forced Upon us, I earnestly hope'eient business in government admin-
a way may be found, which will unify j istration. All this must attend a
our individual and collective strength J mindfulness of the human side of all
and consecrate all America material- j activities so that social, industrial and
ly and spiritually, body and soul, to 'economic justice will be squared with
national defense. I can vision the 1 the purposes of a righteous people.
ideal republic where every man and
'With the nation-wide induction of
THE INAUGURAL ADDRESS jpendence inspired and nationality ex-jwoman is called under theflag for j womanhood into our political life, we
Washington, March 4. President alted a world, super-government is
Harding in his inaugural address .contrary to everything we cherish and
said: jean have no sanction by our republic
"My countrymen, when one surveys This is not selfishness. It is sanctity.
assignment to duty, for whatever ser-! may count upon her intuitions,' her
vice, military or chic, the individual
refinement, her intelligence and her
is best fitted, where we may call to influence to exalt the social order. We
universal service every plant, agency count upon her exercise of the full
Common welfare is the goal of our
national endeavor. Wealth is not in inimical
imical inimical to welfare it ought to be'its
"There never can be equality of re rewards
wards rewards or possessions so long as the
human plan contains varied talents
and differing degrees of industry and
thrift but ours ought to be a country
free from great blotches of poverty.
We ought to find a way to guard
against the perils and penalties of un unemployment.
employment. unemployment. We want an America of
hope and happiness where mothers
freed from the necessity of long hours
of toil beyond their own doors, may
preside as befits the hearthstone of
American citizenship. We want the
cradle of American childhood rocked
under conditions as wholesome and so
hopeful that no blight may touch its
development and we want to provide
that no selfish interest, no material
necessity, no lack of opportunity shall
prevent the gaining of that education
so essential to best citizenship.
"There is no short cut to the mak
m .. a a ...
ing 01 inese laeais into glad realities.
The world has witnessed, again and
again, the futility and the mischief of
ill considered methods for social and
leconomic disorders. But we are mind-
ful today as never before of the fn: fn:-tion
tion fn:-tion of the modern industrialism and
we must learn its causes and reduce
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Moses Grocery Co, John Dozier Co
Barber Shops: W. F. Blesch. S. M
Real Estate Agents and Dealers:
Citizens Investment Co, L. M. Felton.
S. S. Savage Jr, Rogers Wilson Real
ty Co, D. S. Woodrow, R. L. Martin,
Eastlake Investment Co, Eastlake.
Contractors: Ray & Thomson and
George Mac Kay & Co.
Optometrists: Dr. K. J. Weihe
Public Officials: S. C. M. Thomas, D.
il. Banco, T. D. Lancaster Jr, W. A.
jencoat, ii. u. Shealy. L. E. Futch.
W. S. Bullock, W. W. Stripling, IL C
fcistrunk, W. L- Colbert. R. L. Cly
engineers: tdward Drake. Geo. F
Hotels: Florida House.
aiancets: Ollie Mordis. W. IL
Marsh, F. W. Cook. Orfanedes & Pap-
uentists: Lr. E. D. Fuller. Dr. C
W. Moremen. Dr. G. C Shephard. Dr.
J. E. Chace. Dr. C R. Avr
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rnotographers: Eugene A. Revels,
T. A. Blake.
Salesmen: B. LT Feaster, C. E. Win
ton, C. C Simpson. J. W. Tally.
Tailors and Cleaners: Jerry Bur
nett, Royal Cleaners.
Managers, Clerks and Agents: W.
J. Borden, R. G. Sumner, R. L. Dewey,
D. N. Purvis, D. E. Melin, E. W. Mer
rill. C A. Marris, Jaa. L. Wiley, Bax
Attempt to Pads the Fordney Bill
Over It Failed
Washington, March 4. Efforts to
override President Wilson's veto of
the" Fordney eemrgency. tariff bill fail failed
ed failed in the House early this morning
and the measure, originally designed
to aid the farmers, thereby met its
death. The vote on the motion to pass
the measure over the president's veto
was 201 for and 132 against.
WILSON'S VETO STOOD
Whea He Made It Known that he In
tended to Resume the Prac Practice
tice Practice of Law r
Washington, March 4. Woodrow
Wilson leaves the White House today
to resume the role of a private citizen,
and again take up the practice of law,
a profession in which he has not been
active for forty years. With Eair. Eair.-b
b Eair.-b ridge Colby, the retiring secretary
of state, the retiring president has
formed a partnership and the new
firm will maintain offices here and in
New York. Mr. Wilson's announce announcement
ment announcement of this yesterday came as a sur-.
prise to all Washington.
HEIR TO JAPANESE
. THRONE WILL TAKE
A LOOK AT EUROPE
Tokio, Thursday, March 2. Prince
Hirchito, heir apparent to the Japa Japanese
nese Japanese throne, left Yokohama today for
I a tour, of Europe.
OCALA EVENING STAR, FRIDAY. MARCH 4. 1921
Ocala Evening Star
utii!hef Erry Day Except Snaday ky
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Legal advertisements u legal rates.
tnat tne commissioner snouia be a
competent road engineer. If he isn't,
he will have to employ an engineer at
a salary of several thousand dollars a
year, while the commissioner himself
will be practically useless. The Sta Sta-also
also Sta-also thinks that the commissioner
j should be elected by the board of coun
ty commissioners and not appointed
by the governor. We are perfectly
willing to have Governor Hardee se
lect such an officer, and believe he
would select a good man, but we are
also sure he would prefer to leave it
to the commissioners. And we dp not
know who will succeed Hardee. Such
an office, if appointive, would be sure
to go into politics in the next cam campaign,
paign, campaign, and go to a friend of the suc
cessful candidate. This is something
that our people want as little of as
possible. The people of Marion county
elect commissioners to attend to that
sort of business for them, and can
hold them to account, but the gov
ernor once elected is beyond their,
reach. The Star offers the gentlemen
who favor the bill free space for pub publication.
lication. publication. Let's print the bill and see
hi iv tne people like it.
AUTOMOBILE DRIVERS j
Good day, Mr. Harding.
Good evening, Mr. Wilson, but not
The worst wrecked ship in history
Beef is said to be cheaper on
hoof, but unluckily we can't eat
The laborer is -worthy of his hire,
but it used to be higher than it is and
the end isn't yet.
America. Britain and Japan must
make up their minds between friend
ships and warships.
There is plenty of room at the top,
but tKat's because most people who
arrive at the ton are immediately
A contemporary speaks of "the
great heart of America on its knees
We'd give a dollar to see a moving
picture of any sort of a heart on its
We eive a larere portion of our
space today to President Harding's
inaugural address. If he lives up to
it, his administration will be one that
few can complain of.
A friend at our elbow suggests that
some of the cirls should get in the
race for pages in the Florida legisla
Good idea. We know several we
could conscientiously boost for.
A cartoon shows Mr. Harding
ready to move in the White House,
bag and baggage. Among, the bag-
g?ge is a valise labeled "normalcy," a
portfolio labeled "peace," a trunk la labeled
beled labeled "prosperity" and a suitcase la labeled
beled labeled "plenty We note with regret
that the suitcase is not very large.
A friend of ours reminded us of one
Diogenes, who went thru the streets
of his home town in broad daylight,
with a lantern in his hand, looking, he
said, for an honest man.. We don't
believe Diogenes was looking for any
such person. We believe he was try trying
ing trying to advertise himself, and he sure surely
ly surely succeeded.1
STAR WILL INCREASE
ITS TELEGRAPH SERVICE
Notwithstanding several warnings
and a number of arrests, the automo automobile
bile automobile ordinance of Ocala continues to
be frequently broken by reckless, driv drivers,
ers, drivers, and the risk to life and limb of our
people also continues in proportion.
This therefore is to give fair warn
ing. Beginning three days from now
the Ocala police will arrest promptly
all persons found breaking the ordi ordinances
nances ordinances regarding driving and parking
of cars in the city limits.
Speeding, running without lights or
with too much lig) and all the other
regulations, which are well known to
experienced drivers, and can be easily
learned by the ignorant, will insure
arrests and heavy fines. Please pay
attention to this warning. The ordi ordinances
nances ordinances have been passed for the pro protection
tection protection of the people, all good citizens
will obey them and the police will see
that they are obeyed.
Respectfully, Henry Gordon,
Chief of Police.
WANTED. LOST. FOUND. FOR
SALE, FOR RENT AND SIM SIMILAR
ILAR SIMILAR LOCAL NEEDS
Rates: Six lines, maximum, one time. t
25c; three times, 50c; six times, 75c;
icne month. $3. Payable in advance.
THE UNIVERSAL CAR
IHERO-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
WOOD Giles Wood Yard. Seasoned
oak or pine wood for either stove or
fireplace, $1 and $2 per load. Yard j
corner South Main and Third Sts. j
Phone 112. 2-22-tf
Beginning next Monday, the 7th,
the Star will increase its telegraph
service almost 50 per cent. That al
ways reliable institution, the Asso
ciated Press, has established a Flor
ida department, and in addition to its
regular service will devote additional
time and attention to strictly Florida
news, "helping us to give a great deal
of what is happening in the state to
our readers two or three days sooner
The Associated Press is able to do
this by the aid of a combination of the
dailies of the state, all of which, 'we
believe, but two, take its service. Each
reports news to a common headquar headquarters
ters headquarters which sends it out to all. This
arrangement will greatly increase the
interest of the telegraph pages and
the value of the papers to their read
This new feature will also increase
the Star's expenses, and we hope our
readers and advertisers will help us to
meet it by paying up promptly and
giving us all the patronage possible.
Ptmlenta. r pepper tea. deriving Its
name from the marked similarity be between
tween between thi fruit and the pepper bean,
is the berry of a plant which grows
wild to a Honduras, Central America,
the extract of which enjoys a wide
uage as a substitute for tea and
coffee, and Is by many preferred to
either, writes a correspondent from
Puerto Cortez. The bevenge Is very
soothing, and should, if introduced
on the market, enjoy a marked degree
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.
Standley, 447 Oklawaha Ave. 25 Ct
FOR SALE High grade used piano
at a bargain, also good price and
terms on new pianos. Address, C.
U. Fuller, representative Ludden &
Bates, Ocala, Fla. 28-Gt
FOR SALE Twenty million Living Livingston
ston Livingston Globe tomato plants at $2 per
1000. Livingston true blue seetf In
5000 lots or more, $1.50 per 1000.
Wauchula Plant Farm, Wauchula,
Fish in a Power Plant.
Algae and otfcer water growths per persisted
sisted persisted In growing In the cooling tow towers
ers towers of a large power and light plant.
Chemical solutions did not seem to
affect them, and finally the company
hit on the plan of placing carp In the
towers. Immediately the water bf bf-gan
gan bf-gan to clear up, and soon all trace of
algae had disappeared. The fish did
not interfere with the purpose of the
towers, so they still live there. Popu Popular
lar Popular Science Monthly.
Others are being restored to health
and happiness by the treatment. Why
not you? DR. KIPLINGER,
3-4-2teod Ocala House.
'UGAR SATURDAY AND MONDAY
- 12 pounds of sugar for one dollar,
vith a dollar's worth of other groc groc-ries
ries groc-ries for cash, Saturday and Monday
nly. Phone 377.
dly-3t-tf H. B. WHITTINGTON.
MARION-DUNN MASONIC LODGE
Marion-Dunn .Lodge No. 19, F. & A.
M., meets on the first and 'third
Thursday evenings of each month at
7:30 o'clock until further notice.
-J. R. Dey, W. M.
B. L. Adams, Secretary.
Tulula Lodge No. 22, I. O. O. F.,
meets every Tuesday evening at the
Odd Fellows hall at the corner of
Fort King Ave. and Osceola street. A
warm wecome always extended to
T. C. Carter, N. G.
H. R. Luffman. Secretary.
We have no sympathy with this
"Pity Poor Germany" slobbering
whine going over the country, propa propaganda
ganda propaganda from Germany. Pity the poor
rest of the world that today is suffer suffering
ing suffering because of the hellish determina determination
tion determination of Germany to dominate man mankind!
kind! mankind! Tampa Tribune.
Our sentiments, exactly.
Be sure to read elsewhere the notice
of the meeting of the Marion County
Hospital Association. The hospital
continues to grow in good works as
it grows in age, and is an invaluable
asset to our city. It causes the eyes
of people for scores of miles around
to turn toward Ocala, not only in the
day of need, but whenever the idea
of sickness or accident occurs to any anyone
one anyone in its territory. It is a moral and
material advantage and deserves the
full support of Ocala people.
As the Star remarked a few days
ago, there will be introduced into the
legislature a bill which if enacted into
law will permit the governor to ap appoint
point appoint a highway commissioner to
supervise the road work in Marion
county. This is one of the most im important
portant important measures yet mentioned in re regard
gard regard to legislation at the coming ses session,
sion, session, and as it will if it becomes a law
entirely revolutionize our system of
roadwork and create an office that
will in all probability last for many
years, we think it should be published
in-full, so our people can see just
what it is and express their opinion
to their representatives, as they have
been invited to do. The Star thinks
it will save the county considerable
monev and eTeatlv increase the effi
ciency of the road force to have it
united under one head and working all
at one place at a time instead of being
broken into five small gangs under
five bosses, working at five different
places and each accomplishing com comparatively
paratively comparatively little. The Star thinks,
Home of Famous People.
Famous folk were among the au authors.
thors. authors. Inventors and composers who
made Bardstown, Ky., their borne.
Take It from the Automobile Blue
Book. The composer was Stephen
Collins Foster, who composed "My
Old Kentucky Home." The Inventor
was John Fitch, who built the first
steamboat. The author, perhaps, bet better
ter better known than either of the two, was
J. James, author of the phrase,
World's Deepest Qeld Mins.
The gold mine of St. John del Itey,
In Brazil, Is the deepest metal mine Id
the world. It was opened more than
SO years ago, and had been sunk to
6,326 feet at tie time of the latest
report. The temperature In some
parts reaches 116 degrees F., the rise
In the heat of the rocks averaging one
degree In every 126 feet of descent
from the surface.
Joke Brought Recollection.
"I liked that last story of yours,'
he said to the funny merchant. "Al "Always
ways "Always have liked It. I recollect when
I first heard thatyarn I laughed so
much I nearly kicked my cradle to
UTOMOBILE BARGAIN A Baby
Grand Chevrolet 5-passenger tour touring
ing touring car; Al mechanical condition;
four good tires; new top; repainted.
Price $275. B. F. Condon, the
Overland agent, Ocala, Fla. 1-oc
FOR RENT Furnished room to lady
at 216 W. Fourth St. 2-3t
FOR RENT Three or four large
rooms with bath. 308 West Broad Broadway
way Broadway ,or phone 452. 2-Ct
LOST Bunch of keys. Thought to
have been lost at or near postoffiee.
Return to "T," care Star. 2-3t
BARRED PLYMOUTH ROCK Eggs
for hatching, $1.50 for 15. Limited
quantity only. R. N. Dosh. 2-2t
FOR SALE Good Ford roadster.
just overhauled. At O'Neal & Hol Hol-ley
ley Hol-ley Garage. 2-3t
WANTED Male' and female white
labor. Apply to Arlo Box Co.. Oak,
FOR SALE Milk cows for sale. Also
one two-horse turning plow to trade
for one-horse plow. Apply to Phone
YOUR OPPORTUNITY I
What the President of the Ford Motor Company says about PRICES.
We have received the following from Mr. Edsel Ford, president of
the Ford Motor Company:
"There is no change in the present Ford Car and Iruck prices,
which afready are at the lowest possible figure, and aow 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 may be necessary before
long if a large volume of new business is not obtained. Therefore
present prices of Ford products cannot bt 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 B0STLY TO YOU.
TUCKER & SIMMONS
FL O D A
STAR JOB DEPARTMENT
P. O BOX 606
LETTERHEADS, B1LIHEADS. CARDS, CIRC 1 LAfi S, H? LEEKS, HIVE ECOKIETS. ETC.
-Cr St r r
We never disappoint a customer on a" promise.
You get the job when its due.
One In Danger.
Mrs. DIbbs (with newspaper) Just
think-a photograph can now be sent
by wireless! Wonders will neves
Dibbs Don't bet on that, lady. If
certain power companies have their
arrogant way. I can peek Into tha
near future and see the finish of Ni Niagara
agara Niagara Falls. Buffalo Express.
ORDER OF EASTERN STAR
Ocala Chapter No. 29, O. E. S j
meets at the Masonic hall the second j
and fourth Thursday evenings of each
month at 8 o'clock.
Mrs. Rosalie Condon, W. M. j
Mrs. Susan Cook. Secretary. I
Big Area in Parks.
There are 18 national parks located
tn 14 states and territories and com com-prions
prions com-prions nearly 8.000.000 acres of land.
.nys the American Forestry Magazine
ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE
OF TRAINS IN OCALA
Seaboard Air Line
Arrive from Jacksonville . 2:10 a.m.
Leave for Tampa 2:15 a.m.
Arrive from Jacksonville.. 1:30 p.m.
Leave for Tampa 1:55 p.m.
Arrive from Jacksonville.. 3:51p.m.
jtave for Tampa 4:05 p.m.
To See Whafs Inside.
In giving little Willie a present you
can greatlv facilitate matters by also
presenting him with a hammer with i
which to break it. Philadelphia Pub
Belong in the Museum.
A well-appointed carriage and team
of horses is so rare a sight on the
streets of New Yrk as to excite gen general
eral general comment.
FOR SALE OR TRADE One 8-room
house with all modern conveniences,
in "high class neighborhood, with
plenty of shade trees and other
shrubbery; large garage, small
garden under cultivation; close to
both primary and high schools.
Also one 5-room bungalow in the
came neighborhood, under same
conditions. Also two 4-room bunga bungalows
lows bungalows with nice lots, on paved street
in northeastern part of city. Also
two lots in North Birmingham with
wooden building, store with 6-room
flat containing all modern conven conveniences,
iences, conveniences, rents for $55 a month; lot
large enough for another store and
two bungalows. Will trade or sell
this property in part or as a whole,
subject to mortgages. Will trade for
first class farm in Florida, Marion
county preferred. These properties
have $10,000 to $12,000 value. Ap Apply
ply Apply to C. M. Livingston, Ocala
House, for the next ten days. 4-6t
NEEDBAM MOTOR CO.
General Auto Repairing
Gasoline, Oils and Grease
USED CARS FOR SALE
Cars Washed $1.00
Cars Polished 50
Oklawaha Ave. & Orange St
MnniFplny MoIIoif Commpsiiniy
ONE OF FLORIDA'S BEST GARAGES
K ONE OF FLORIDA'S BEST GARAGES
Main Street, Opposite Foundry
. .. j
Gas and Oil
OCALA LODGE No. 286, B.P.O.E
Ocala Lodge No. 286. Benevolent
and Protective Order of Elks, meets
the second and fourth Tuesday eve eve-rings
rings eve-rings of each month. Visiting Dreth Dreth-len
len Dreth-len always welcome. Lodge rooms
vpstairs over Troxler's and the Book
.hop, 113 Main street.
C. Y. Miller. E. R.
KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS
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1 :35 p. m.
1 :55 p. m. 1
4:17 p. m. j
1:34 a. m. ;
1:37 a. m. 1
Arrive from Tampa
Leave for Jacksonville.
Airive from Tampa
Arrive from Tampa
Leave for Jacksonville..
Arrive from New York..
Leave for St. Petersburg
Arrive from St. Petersburg 2:55 a. m. i
Leave for New York 3:00 a. m. i
Atlantic Coast Line i
Arrive from Jacksonville.. 2:31 a.m.
-eave for St. Petersburg.. 2:32 a. m.
Arrive from Jacksonville.. 3:34p.m.;
Leave for St. Petersburg.. 3:35 p. mJ
Arrive from Jacksonville. .10:12 p. m.i
Leave for Leesburg 10:13p.Ti.;
Airive from St. Petersburg 2:26 a. m. I
eave for Jacksonville 2:27 a.m.;
Arrive from St. Petersburg 1:25 p. m.
Lave for Jacksonville l:4op. m.
Arrive from Leesburg 6:41a. n
Leave for Jacksonville 6:42 a. m.
Arrive from Homosassa... 1.25p.m.
Leave for Homosassa. . . 3:25 p. n:. j
Arrive from Gainesville, j
daily except jSunday 11:50 a. m:
Leave for Gainesville, daily
except Sunday 4:45 pm. j
Leave for Lakeland Tues- i
i day, Thursday, Saturday 7:25 a. m. j
Ar from Lakeland, Tues Tuesday,
day, Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday 11 :u3 p. m.
ioave for Wilcox, Monday,
Wednesday and Friday.. 7:10a.m.
Arrive from Wilcoi., Mon Monday.
day. Monday. Wednesday. Friday. 6:45p.m.
Advertise In the Star.
Don't fail to visit the Guarantee
Clothing & Shoe Company. Every-
Foolish Mankind! we sell is guaranteed. We're
' i m t r a t trv S
Jud Tunkins snv thp ego is nn- ngniing ior uaui nuv pneva. u
conquerable. Everyhdy imagines he
You will be more than delighted
when you try a box of our delicious
Log Cabin Candy, and our Martha
Washington Candy. THE VOGUE is
at your service. Phone 580 or 658 for
quick delivery of our QUALITY ICE
i goins t live a timi'in-d jvars or
sr, although nobody ver dies.
Paper Devoted to Rheumatism.
One of the oddest periKlicals in the
world Is a monthly paper devoted en entirely
tirely entirely to the Interests of rheumatic sufferers.
Ocala Lodge No. 19. Convention!
held every Monday evening t 7:30
o'clock at the castle hall, over the G.
C. Greene Co. drugstore. A cordial
velcome to visiting brothers.
Tom Proctor, C. C.
Chas. K. Sage, K. of R. & S
WOODMEN OF THE WORLD
LET ME REME3IDER
YOU JUST AS YOU ARE
A. E. GERIG
Fort King Camp No. 14 meets at
11. of P. hall at 7:30 p. m. every sec sec-t:.d
t:.d sec-t:.d and fourth Friday. Visiting sov sov-t
t sov-t feigns are always welcome.
- H. B. Baxter, C. C.
Chas. K. Sage, Clerk.
ROYAL ARCH MASONS
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 i
thought has always been of me and j
for me; whose directing mind has
guided my mind and my steps thru,
dangerous paths in youth to a success successful
ful successful and an honorable manhood.
"Yes, I want to remember you just j
as you are. n Circuit c the fth Ju-
Have you a photograph of your j dicial circuit of Florida, in and
ftther or your mother just as they for Marion County, in Chancery,
ure today? jLillie Rogers, Complainant, vs. Robert
EUGENE A. REVELS, L Rogers. Defendant Order for
... , k e Constructive Service.
High Grade Portraits Mn Sepia-j It is ordered that the defendant
Water Color, Copying and Enlarging.; herein named, to-wit: Robert L. Rog Rog-Over
Over Rog-Over Guarantee Clothing & Shoe Co, j ers, be and he is hereby required to
Ocala Fla. 26-6t appear to bill of complaint filed in
' .this .cause on or before
Jlonday, the 7th day of March, 192L
SUGAR SATURDAY AND MONDAY It is further ordered that a copy of
- i this order be published once a week
for four consecutive weeks in tne.
Reeular conventions of the Ocala
ChaDter No. 13. R. A. M- on the fourth
I iiday in every month at 8 p. m.
H. S. Wesson. H. P.
B. L. Adams. Secretary.
12 pounds of sugar for one dollar,
with a dollar's worth of other groc groceries
eries groceries for cash, Saturday and Monday
dly-3t-tf IL B. WHITTINGTON.
Cabbage and lettuce plants for sale.
H. P. Bitting & Co. tf
Dont fail to visit the Guarantee
Cothing & Shoe Company. Every Everything
thing Everything we sell is guaranteed. We're
fighting lor QUALITY not prices, tf
Ocala Evening Star, a newspaper pub published
lished published in said county and state.
This 4th day of February, 1921.
(Seal) T. Ds Lancaster Jr.,
Gerk Circuit Court. Marion County,
Fla. By Ruth Ervin. D. C.
W. K. Zewadski,
Complainant's Solicitor. 2-4-fri
For a cold, bathe your tonsils with
ZePyroL Court Pharmacy. 2-6t
rttfllliy- f-g Ciin t slop to tntnk no n v.-m3
.i.;r t,-y, t-
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OCA LA EVENING STAR, FRIDAY. MARCH. 4, 1921
PARTY FOR MRS COX
LET US BUILD YOU A i
Select your on lot and
plans. Terms: half cash,
balance like rent. Call and
talk it over with us.
m 8 THOMSON
. For All Cars
Basket Ball Game
Ocala High School
Orlando High, School
Saturday Afternoon, 4 O'clock
O. H. S. Court EVERYBODY COME
Ocala, Fla.. March 3rd.
Editor, Star: The annual meeting
of the Marion County Hospital Asso-.
ciation will be held at the hospital
(it), next Tuesday morning at 10 o'clock.
Below we give a list of contributing
members who are entitled to partici participate
pate participate in the proceedings and vote in
the election for officers for the coming
We urge that these members attend
the" meeting. Our institution desires
not only financial aid, but moral sup-
port, vie want the members to Know
and what disDOsi-
tion is being made of their contnbu-
2FFICIENT WORKMEN, : ZZrZrZ- .Z-Z-r----Z- -Z- --Z -Zs "c -f-
PROMPT SERVICE . "' """" criticisms. If our institution is to go
" REASONABLE CHARGES i there mugt generai support by
GEO- J. WILLIAMS
Formerly Carroll Motor Company i
Garage, Osceola St.
Phone 597 Night 408
iHt Where a delicate organ
-j.- like the eye is concerned
the best possible atten-
A-Sce' tin is advisable.
DR. K. J. WEIHE,
Optometrist and Optician
C. Cecil Bryant-
'cccuniing and Auditing
WE GIVE FREE SERVICE
For Proper Lubrication Use
SINCLAIR MOTOR OILS
and Emfc aimers
Two Licensed Embalmers
Motor Funeral Cars
Private Morgue and Chapel
Day Phone 47
Night Phone 515
G. B. Overton, Manager
J. D. DAWKINS
ALL KINDS OF
FRESH MEATS, FISH
TUESDAY arid FRIDAY
111 W. Broadway
PRACTICAL CARPENTER ANIi
CareJul estimates malle on all co
tract vork. Gives more and better
work fcr the money than any other
contractor in the city.
Champion Spark Plugs
Call 598 when you need Gaso Gasoline
line Gasoline or have Tire Trouble. We will
come to your assistance.
No charge in the city.
HOOD and MILLER TIRES
!the people, financially and morally.
5 The atendance of any citizen is wel wel-11
11 wel-11 come, although he may not be a con-
tributing member, for this institution
belongs to Marion county and is con con-;
; con-; ducted for the benefit of- its people.
& E. H. Martin,
& C. S. Cullen,
J. H. Taylor,
T. T. Munroe,
Board of Managers.
List of contributing members of
the Marion County Hospital Associa-
-4; tion for the year ending February
C. Ax, T. E. Bridges, C. C. Balk Balk-comr
comr Balk-comr C. C. Bennett, C. Camp, E. E.
Converse, J. E. Chace, The Court
Pharmacy, George Chambers, C. S.
Cullen, W. W. Clyatt, A. C. Cobb, G.
W. Chase, The 'Citizens Investment
Co., D. W. Davis, 11. C. Dozier, T. P.
Drake, J. M. Douglas. E. W. Ellis,
Eastlake Investment Co., M. Frank,!
D. X. Ferguson, Azel Ford, Farmers
Exchange Store, R. D. Ferguson, V.
T. Gary, L. N. Green, R. A. Green, G.
C. Grene, B. Goldman, B. Gallagher,
The Gas Co., N. W. Hanson, C. IL
Hulburd, Mrs. J. C. Hill, E. T. Hel-
ivenston. E. C. Jordan & Co.. J. L.
Leonard, F. H. Logan, E. G. Lindner,
1 The Lewis-Chitty Co., George Mac-
Kay, D. E. Mclver, W. A. McGuiret
J. M. Meffert, The H. B. Masters Co.,
E. H. Martin, Joseph Malever, Nathan
Mayo, T. T. Munroe, P. G. Murphy,
E. A. Osborne, Ocala Auto Garage,
Ocala Gas Engine Works, E. G. Peek,
Geo. C. Pasteur, J. P. Phillips, Pillans
& Smith, W. M. Palmer, B. Rheinauer,
R. F. Rogers, W. C. Ray, Mrs. Ford
Rogers, John R. Rogers, Paul Sim Simmons,
mons, Simmons, G. S. Scott, Star Publishing
Co., H. W. Tucker, Jas. J. Taylor, J.
H. Taylor, W. D. Taylor, Ed Tucker,
Percy Thigpen, R. H. Todd, J. M.
Thomas, Mack Taylor, J. H. Walters,
H. A. Waterman, W. J. Wilson, H. F.
Watt, O. K. Teapot Grocery Co.
Tire Prices Reduced
DIAMOND Non-Skid, 30x3, 017 Aft
old price $20 00, now $11. W
DIAMOND Plain, 30x3, Q C Aft
old pricfe $17.60, now $ltl.UU
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.
JAS. ENGESSER, Proprietor
Phone 258 West Broadway
The home of Mr. and Mrs. R. B.
Bullock yesterday was the scene of
one of the largest and most brilliant ;y5
parties that ha3 been given this sea-iSS
son when Mrs. T. S. Trantham enter- j
tained in honor of Mrs. Eugene CoxjjAj
of Atlanta, who. is visiting her rela-jJQ
The Bullock home was unusually j rZ
charming -with its beautiful floral
decorations and shaded lights. The i
(lower floor was opened en suite and
nun its ucuidic iiaccrji ui xcfu buu!jl
profusion of roses made the place a j rf:
veritable spring bower for the charm-'
ing party. IT
Mrs. E. L. Carney in her gracious j
manner welcomed the guests at the jSAj
door. Mrs. H. M. Hampton took them
to the punch table, which was presid-;SYt
ed over by Mrs. Alison WartmanThe j
punch table was placed on the landing j
of the stairs in the entrance hall and
was unusually lovely with its crystal iJ
bowl ad" decoraticr.s of fern andl"
waxy orarige blossoms. : SJ
Mrs. Trantham, the hostess of the
afternoon, presented the guests to Jrt
Mrs. Cox and Mrs. E. L. Wartmann of &
Citra, mother of the honoree, who ;
stood just inside of the reception
- Auction being the game for the aft afternoon,
ernoon, afternoon, tables were placed in the re
ception room, library, dining room and
entrance hall, there being ten tables of : 2
auction and two for rook. The score i
cards were distributed among the A;
K"is ihu uainiy mue maias, Jo
sephine Trantham and Bettie Wart-':
maun, who were attractively dressed
in blue and pink.
The hostess was assisted during
the afternon by her mother, Mrs. Ray-
mond Bull6ck and her sister, Miss Mu- I
Fie Bullock. After the spirited games, T
which were so thoroughly enjoyed by :
all, it was found that Miss Lois Liv- ?
ingston and Mrs. G. C. Shephard were t
the fortunate holders of top scores, ;5
respectively, of auction and rook and
to them were presented dainty pieces,
honor was presented a like irift. v
- At he conclusion of the games a
two-course supper was served by the
1 l -m..
uusiess, assisuu Dy pisses Annie J
V.A'n,. -t;i,j...i i..",i. j i... WJiSJmsaXSSSER
'i'iuicu uuiiuvn jxnu jirs. v.
E. Ahem. The refreshments consist- j
ed of chicken salad, olives, cheese
straws, wafers, ice cream in slim
glasses and eake, and on each plate
were fragrant sprays of sweet peas ; B
and nasturtiums. During the last H
course little Josephine Trantham and
We take this method of informing oar friends
of the new partnership recently formed, and that
we now have on display a splendid Bne of the
latest styles in both Men's and Ladies' clothing.
Our stock consisting of Dry Goods, Ladies'
Ready-to-Wear, Clothing, Shoes and Gents' Fur Fur-nishing,
nishing, Fur-nishing, priced to suit all persons and all purses.
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The following report from the At-"
lanta Constitution of a wedding in
Charleston will be of interest to our
people, the more so because the
groom, Mr. Hampton, is a brother of
Mrs. Allison Wartmann of Ocala, who
with her husband attended the cere ceremony:
mony: ceremony: The marriage of Miss Elizabeth
Wade Williams, of Charleston, and
Foster Martin Hampton, of St. Louis,
was a brilliant event of Saturday eve-
J ,ning in Charleston, which had also its
wide social interest in Atlanta, the
former home of the bride's mother,
Mrs. Henry Williams of Charleston,
who was Miss Vadie Goode.
PAffiffi & GUY
Formerly Hayes & Gaynn)
Next door to Geo. MacKay & Co
OUR PRBCE LIST
Bettie Wartmann passed crystalized fl
grapefruit peel, attractively tied with
Those who were recipients of Mrs.
Trantham's hospitality and played
during the afternoon were: Mrs. E. L.
Carney, Mrs. C. E. Ahearn, Mrs. How
ard. Hitchings, Mrs. H. A. Waterman,!
Mrs. E. G. Lindner, Mrs. Rex Todd,!
Mrs. H. C. Dozier, Mrs. Maude Home, I
Mrs. G. C. Shephard. Mrs. J. C. John- j
ston, .Mrs. w. T. Gary, Mrs. T. E.
bridges, Mrs. J. K. Dickson, Mrs. J.
W. Hood, Mrs. B..T. Condon, Mrs. L.
E. Futch, Mrs. Paul Simmons, Mrs. E.
G. Peek, Mrs. J. D. Robertson, Mrs.
F. H. Logan, Mrs. H. B. Clarkson,
Mrs. Anna Holder, Mrs. Sidney
Haile, Mrs. E. L. Carney, Mrs. Bert
Dosh, Mrs. Charles Rheinauer, Mrs.
Harry Walters, Mrs. Clarence Camp,
Mrs. Fitch, Mrs. M. E. Lloyd, Mrs.i
Harry Borland, Mrs. Grider Perkins,
Mrs. E. T. Helvenston, Mrs. J. W.
Dumas, Mrs. Burdell, Mrs. Emanuel
Martin, Mrs. J. W. Rowntree and
IMisse Lucille Robinson, Anne Swaim,
The Wireless Signal
If you are in Distress
don't fail to signal us
We are always on
Ocala I louse Block
50 lbs. 100 lbs. 150 lbs
Send orders by mail
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
TO BE SOLD
SATURDAY, MARCH 5th
9 a. m. to 5 p.m.
CEILING, SIDING AND FLOORING
Also Lot ot 2x4 and 2x6
Just the thing for low price houses, farm
buildings, etc. Will also sell a lot of second
hand building material, sash, doors, etc.
Converse Lot at A. C L. Yards
The ceremony took place at Trinity
church, which 'as elaborately deco decorated
rated decorated with palms, smilax and ascen ascension
sion ascension lilies.
The bride, a beautif young girl
with dark hair and eyes, was lovely
i in her wedding gown of ivory satin
and duchess lace, its fashion simple
and graceful. The wedding veil, of
rare lace, was the gift of the bride's
grandmother, Mrs. Samuel Watkins
Goode of Atlanta. The bridal bouquet,
of roses and valley lilies, was show showered
ered showered with roses and white ostrich tips.
Wyley Hampton of Morton, Miss.,
was best man, and the officiating
minister was Rev. M. Cauthorn, for formerly
merly formerly of Atlanta, now of Trinity
Katherine Pyles, Mamie Taylor. Annie
Davi5? Katherine and Lois Livingston,
Mary McDowell, Mary Evans, Sue
Moore, Mary Piatt, Mabel Meffert,
Alice Bullock, Meme Davis and about
twenty-five friends who came for the
Meal and Grits ..........7 lbs, 25c; 15 lbs, 5(k.
Whole Rice 10 lbs, $1.00
Blue Rose Rice 3 lbs, 25c, 6Vj lbs, 50c, 15 lbs, $1.00
No. 2 Tomatoes 2 for 25c, 3 for 35c, 6 for 65c
Lard Compound .....per pound, 15c
Pure Lard (bulk) i lb, 25c, 2 lbs, 45c, 5 lbs, $1.00
Argo Starch, Octagon Soap, P. & G. Soap. .3 for 25c, 1 dozen for 95c
Irish Potatoes '. pr peck, 50c
Sugar Cane Syrup, drawn from barreLqt, 25c, GaL, 45c, 1 GaL, 85c
Sealed Sugar Cane Syrup qt. cans 40c, 2 cans for 75c
Navy Beans 3 lbs. for 25c
Lima Beans 2 lbs. for 25c
Fresh Eggs, all guaranteed, at market prices.
Henry Clay and Apex Flour, the best plain and Self Rising Flour
Klim in 1-Ib, 2-lb. and 5-lb packages.
Armour's Fertilizer and all kinds of feed.
We do not undercharge on one item and orercharre on another,
but make each thing carry its own profit. Can it bs fair any other
way? Our deli v err service is for yon to Bse; it does not cost you
any more if you order amounts to $L00 or more
FARMERS' EXCHANGE STORE
Merchants Block Phone 163
INFORMAL AND ENJOYABLE
In honor of their guests, Mr. and
Mrs. David Bloch of Augusta, Ga.,
Rev. and Mrs. W. F. Creson were at
home to their friends last evening
from 8 to 10 o'clock. The affair was
mots informal, invitations being only
issued through the local press.
Mr. and Mrs. Creson met the callers I rt)
at the door and introduced them to the
ihonorees, who stood in the living
evening were Mrs. L. M. Murray, Mrs.
H. A. Waterman and Mrs. Sydney j j
Haile. Mrs. W. W. Condon poured tea f)
and Miss Mary McDowell cocoa, at a
'lovely appointed table in the
Following the ceremony, a beauti- j room. Those assisting during the
ful reception was held at the hand handsome
some handsome home of Mr. and Mrs. Williams
on East Battery, fronting the historic
harbor of Charleston, with Fort Sum
ter directly opposite.
CIVIL EUGRiEERS AND SURVEYORS
Licensed under the laws cf the State of Florida
Surveys Plats Reports
Highways Drainage Phosphate
Capt. Edward Drake is associated
-. with us and in charge of oar Phos
phate Mine and Plant Department.
Mr. andi1"00 while Misses Mildred Bullock,
Marian Meffert, Margaret Gerig andl
The house waa tastefully decorated! (rj
with quantities of dogwood, nastur-; .----.-b
tiums and sweet peas. Although the
affair was of an informal nature, it I Zs'
Mr. and Mrs. Williams,
Mrs. Foster Hampton and Mr. and
Mrs. George M. Hampton of Fordyce,
Ark., received the guests.
Mr. and Mrs. Hampton left at mid midnight
night midnight for New York, and later will
make their home in St. Louis.
The bride, who is a graduate of
Ashley Hall, Charleston, and Spring
Side, Chestnut Hill, Philadelphia, has
been much admired in the social life.
Mr. Hampton, 'who is a broken, is a
graduate of Andover, '12, and of Yale,
Members of his family who attend- I
ed the wedding were Mr. and Mrs.' An educational mass meeting
George Minor Hampton of Fordyce,! he held at the Methodist church onjg
Ark.; Mr. and Mrs. Wyley Hampton, j Tuesday, March Sth, at 7;30 p. m.!f
of Morton. Miss.: Miss Marv Frances! Special musical program ar.d ad-! ft
Oflices, 33-34 Holder Bldg.
Phone No. 543
proved most pleasant to the numbers Jh
of friends who called during the eve-' y
ning, and who were given thi3 oppor-3
tunity of meeting Mr. and Mrs. Bloch. i if
EDUCATIONAL MASS MEETING IP
AT THE 31ETIIODIST CHURCH : U
C. V. ROBERTS. Phone 305
BARNEY SPENCER, Phone 431
. ROBERTS & SPENCER
Funeral Directors and Embalmers
Private Morgue and Chapel. Personal Service to all.
Motor Equipment. Coffins and Caskets Delivered.
Hampton, Mr. 'and Mrs. Alison Wart-; dresses by Rev. L. D. Lowe of Bar- g
n Office Phone 350
jmann, of Ocala, Fla.
tow and Dr. S. W. Walker of Sanf ord J
SAVE MONEY BY BEING A REGISTERED GASOLINE UUSlWilliil&
SEE ME at B. F. CONDON'S SEE ME
OCALA EVENING STAR, FRIDAY, 31 ARCH 4. 1921
Z,- -.Jr 'gy 3 -.J vj '-Ss '"
( (IKV- i
KUPPENHEIMER GOOD CLQpS
'BASKET BALL GAME
i The Orlando high school basket ball
" At tneir luncheon yesterday, the
Cinnamon rolls. Federal Bakery, fit' team "will be here tomorrow to play Ocala Rotarians entertained "Dick
jour rush senooi gins, ine frame wui
, 'Mr. -John Dupree of Reddick is aj-3 pUycd on the high' school grounds
business visitor in the city today. ar;j befdn at 4 o'clock. The Star hopes
PRESIDENT WILSON STEPS OUT;
PRESIDENT HARDING STEPS IN
(Continued from First Tae)
eighth districfof Rotary, who is tour-j
ing the state, and Mr. Dumas Sr, who J
I there will be a full attendance, which jis standing part of the winter with
w f .
-- w (lit
Satsumas, grapefruit, kumo'jats and -;5 tle.trved bv our girls, who have
bananas at Ft. King Confectionary. 2t: worked hard, clayed pluckily and
. ; shown themselves good sports thruout
Mr. and Mrs. Hogan and ona
ert left this morning for a day's motor ;
trip to Eustis, Clermont and Mount j MARION COUNTY DISTRICT
. iti a a-' . 4
Smith, of Atlanta, president of the , -
cu uivLiiLFi. i ucit- "f-;nus j:u3 indue
for great possibHItics. justice and
happ:ness must be reflected in a great greater
er greater common welfare.
SERVICE THE SUPREME COM COMMITMENT
MITMENT COMMITMENT "Service is the supreme coramit coramit-mrit
mrit coramit-mrit of life. I would rejoice to ac-
his son-in-law here. The weekly
luncheon of the club was deferred
from Tuesday, in order to comply
with Mr. Smith's schedule. Nearly
every member was present.
W. C T. U. CONVENTION
Satsumas, grapefruit, kumquat and j This convention met March 3rd at
bananas at Ft. King Confectionery. t;:Ve Kendrick Methodist church, which
i the voung oeonle had so beautifully
The friends of Miss Alice Buocfc .UUe
banners, pennants and white
wish her a speedy recovery. .jrs n c Packham of OUr city.
;iJ president of the district, presided.
. 1 1 AV
on? oi welcome, arrange! oy me
the claim the era of the golden rule and
i crown it with the autocracy of service.
I pledge an administration wherein all
I the agencies of the 'government are
, called to serve and ever promote a
will be .sorry to hear that she is con-
i i i i i i
nnea to ner nome d t!CM:i.s, i;:.u
f: :-, rg i-
The fire Ihis morning waz ;
residence of Mr. J. D. McCaskil!
damage was small owin ir
Ladies' Aid bociety of the Methodist I
church, and its members know what
is needed to comfort the inner man.
'They spread the table beautifully and
supplied it plentifully. 'government purely as an expression
After the eats and routine business, J of -popular will. I cannot stand in
cij:"ais were lit and the members.. set-11'3 Presence and be unmindful of the
tied themselves comfortably to hear tremendous responsibility. The world
their president.- Mr. Smith, as he:urneaval oas ad led heavily to our
said, is not an orator, but he delivered tasks But with the realization comes
a good, sensible, business-like talk. !e surg of hih resolve and there is
, -Kendrick union, was followed by
1 0 ,-r- .-ps of welcome from its president.
prompt service ot tne nre aeparimer.L
Copytiiht 1920. The Home of KF?aheims
Bread for Saturday night
RHEINAUER & CO.
Mrs. Trusten Drake and'Mr?. Yrvd
erick Hocker will be at home to their ;
friends next Tuesday afternoon, from
3:30 to 4:30 at the home of Mr
Invite Your Careful Inspection
One hundred rounds-of fresh ni?ck-
erel received every dav at the City;
Fish Market. S-ii i
s -w a
The Best Materials and Neatest Patterns
The Lowest P
RHEINAUER & GO.
w w w w w w w w w w w w ?
JMiss Julia Webb. Mrs. Hattie Webb
Hot Boston Baked Beans ar.d Brow:;
.icad Psalm 146 and Mrs. Quam led n
which was heard with much satisfac satisfaction.
tion. satisfaction. He particularly stressed the
point that as many Rotes as possible
reassurance in belief in the God God-given
given God-given dest:ny of our republic- If I
felt that there is to be sole responsi-
Mr. and Mrs. Gil, wno are spenli-'rr
the winter at the home rf Mr. r.r:i
Mrs. A S. Burgess, returned yesr-
day from Eustis.. where they have
been on a hunting trip.
As an antiseptic mouth
throat gargle, ZePyrol is
ed; 50cf and ?1 a bottle (plus
tax.) Cdurt Pharmacy.
;i aver. Mrs. Packham's words were
sapper atj. tVnnkfnlnPsi fnr th pnnH arrom-
4"2t plished by the W. C. T. U both in na-
itior.ai and nome me.
m : if t it-
1 r. .u. .u. j-tiiLic was ciciicq
itary in the absence of that officer.
'Miss Minnie E. Neal, Mrs. Mabel
V Quam Stevens and her mother, Mrs.
jQuam of Illinois, were elected mem
bers of the convention.
Minutes of lasf convention were
read. Mrs. Stevens addressed the
; me ting on "The Christian Sabbath a
; Necessity to Our National Life," be beginning
ginning beginning with the origin of the Chris Chris-:
: Chris-: tian Sabbath and concluding with a
(touching appeal for such observance
iof the Lord's day as He commanded,
n order that we may be the Christian
; nation that we hould be.
Mrs. Louis Weihe of Belreview,
sar.tr beautifully and Mrs. Stevens led
Vlil the noon-tide prayer, after which the
attend the district convention at Bir-!t'"tv n tne chief executive for the
minghairi in a few weeks. He rcceiv- J America of tomorrow. I would shrink
ed hearty applause at the conclusion. I a the burden, but there are a hundred
Mr. D-jr.ia rTo!:e urePy pr"-lt.-c mors w;tn common concern and
Flcn ida and Ocala. It is easy to eeiwith shared responsibility, answerable
ihe is a good afUr-d.n.Kr r.a!:er andto od and the country. Their re pre
could have entertained the audience jsentatives summensthem to duty and
for several times the t.'n;a he took. invite suggestion.
After pleasant greetings to all. Mr.! "For my part, with the single mmd-
mith said, in effect,
au re voir," and
Ocala Rotes indeed hope he soon
again will come this way.
i meeting adjourned for a sumptuous
, i dinner spread beneath the great oaks
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Fuller and m-,.. Kpm,PlVlc ninn c1T,n4r
fant son of Atlanta, Ga., have taken': A a.oA oev:rt if
rooms at the home of Rev. and Mrs.; t-, Aavnnn nn.
! ducted by Mrs. M. M. Little, from
n John 17. Prayer by Rev. G. F. Ben
nett of 'Reddick. Mrs. G. W. Martin,
John J. Neighbour. Mr. Fuller is the
representative in Ocala of the Ludd
& Bates Piano Co.
Mr. and Mrs. R. R
turned from their wedding trip down
the East Coast to Key West and are
receiving congratulations and good
wishes from their friends. Fcr the
present they will make their home at
the Arms House.
ri p?ident of the" Ocala union, talked on
Carroll have re-: T t t u m.. r C m.ku :J
x. l. nui ft. tins. u. Vj. ncuu miicn
The visiting girls of the Orlando
basket ball team will be entertained ;
by the home team with a dance to be
: a touching seafaring story- Mrs.
i Weihe and Irs. Jacoby cf Belleview
rrng a duet, "We Did It." Miss Neal
then tied the w-hite ribbon on two baby
! white ribbon recruits., with a most ap ap-j
j ap-j propriate speech. Alice Weihe re re-I
I re-I cited and Miss Neal gave a stirring
appeal on Christian citizenship.
The renorts from .the four unions
edness of purpose and humility of
spirit I implore the favor and guid guid-mce
mce guid-mce of God in His heaven. With
ithese, I am unafraid and confidently
race me iu.m:?.
FLAT OBJECTS FALL SLOWLY "I have taken the solemn oath of
, 'office on that nassr.ge cf holy writ
Ouite Simple Explanation of What Nowherein it Js a,kcd. .What doeth the
Doubt Everybody Ha, Fre- cf Jo.ju.tly,
- quently Noticed. ;. ,, ...
.v llove mercy ani walk humbly with thy
If there were no air. a lump of l.d 'Godft' This 1 P1!Sht tcr Goi
and a tiny feather when dropped from try try-the
the try-the hand together would M-ach the
ground at precisely the same t'me. The J
earth has Ihe same attraction for all
things, but this Is not appartat owing
to the ''disturbing effects of
Turner Farm. Feb. 29. .Messrs. G.
the Ur-.rj Hovle s.tr.d (T.i-Hp KW nfcPriirr.
You ran counvract the!P( ; t.nmn-
effiect of the air and prove this state-!-.'
raent to your own satlsfactun In anin T
exceptionally wmple manner. Cut out j JIn aml i R- Bro'vn two
a square qf pajr sliphtly smajer thSn J11 daughters of Is!and Grove, were
a postage stamp it must be f erf ectly .visitors rt the home cf Mr. and Mrs.
flat, without a wrinkle or curl. Hold ajJ. T. Il?.!l Sunday afternoon,
penny In one hand and tht paper j Mr. ar.d Mrs. J. C. Waldron made
square m the other, both, wlta theirja business trin to Ocala Monday.
Kurfnces parallel to the ground Dropj w? are R,a"d to fc;?e Mr A j E1Hs
them simultaneously. Of course, the fm tho ofi!r
penny will reach the ground long le-
fore the iper. But now hoi J the
coin as lefore, placing the paper square
days absence owing to sickness, in the
i were ovrpedintrlv lTitppestintr. cVinwincr
given tomorrow night at the Vv' oman si A ; Attro
ciud noue. uoth teams are antici anticipating
pating anticipating a delightful evening, with ex excellent
cellent excellent orchestra music.
departments. Miss Neal pled for per personal
sonal personal work in .organizing.
Reperts from committees were read,
, anl election of officers resulted as f ol-
Our spring HATS elicit the rrr. ?e ;lows. Mrs u Q Packham president;
of many admirers, not only for their lMrs M M LittIej secretary; Mn.
FiySHFTU'Vr rcasonable Prlc"-i Louis Weihe, treasurer; Mrs. Jacoby,
T J 1 a.
" ru "c" 1 our cir'' n ;lhe Kendrick union for its unbounded
rolls in the past week you don't know hospitality
of the improvement in their mr.kin r.i t-u r ,,.
, , lne evening service was much en-
Federal Bakery. 28-Gt q11 fnrtnrata u frt
j jvj v aw.mamww wa w a
The district was loud in thanks to
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
r.ly. Phone 377.
d!y-3t-tf H. B. WHITTINGTON.
Negotiable Storage Receipts Issued- on Cotton. Aut!in- U-
MOVE, PACK, SHIP
j The Boy Scouts held their regular
weekly meeting last night at the li-
,brary. Since their reorganization last
: month, under the leadership of their
(scoutmaster, Mr. Stirling Hooper, the
j renewed interest taken in the work by
j the boys is making this a live organi organi-ization
ization organi-ization and the members are looking
j forward with pleasure to the hikes
i and camping trips being planned for
i i vl
the coming season.
When in a hurry save time by rent renting
ing renting a bicycle; 10c. for 30 minutes. B.
IF. Condon, Fort King avenue. l-6t
THE WINDSOR Eff
In the heart of the city with Hemming Park for a
Every modern convenience in each room. Dining. rv.
second to none
! Nux and Iron Tablets -will tone up
lint sytsem and give you strength.
! Fottles of 100 at one dollar each at
:Ccrig's Drqg Store.
Some miscreants stole Mr. Ed Clem-
ents' car this morning. It was parked
with a number of others on the square.
;and some person quietly stepped into
,it and drove away. Up to press time
it had not been recovered.
XT t , ;ticipate. The local choir furnished
Hot Boston Baked Beans and Brown j cn,ft(5 Anttt. pt hxr Mr. Jama
Bread for Saturday night supper aviTiIler ile the chiIdren of Ken.
There will be
drick gave a beautiful demonstration
of W. C. T. U. department work, after
x ; r
a meeiing oi ir.o .i,- i. ,u rri. t:ui t j
..... . UVII IIICJ nUUIlU AIIC XVUUI1U
,tWx..Cxi0 aa'"v ui iue the Nation Miss Kel. ar n
rian cnurcn wonaay aiternoon at lour "Christian Education," was followed
u tiw.il a, me cnuicn. au members u., 1 tt.-u v...
. J iuc wug uuu utr vv it ii iuu l ill
are especiauy urgea to oe present as We Mt A in t fc- fc Rev
km A. : 1.1
w.ia tuc wsi iiiet unii oi me yf nr C F T5PriT.Ptt annmm tKo KneHi,.-
ana omcers ior tne ensuing term will tion ReDorter
Mrs. George Mzxtin has as her
guest her brother, Mr. G. R. Sande-3 ;
of Tuskegee, Ala. Mr. Sanders has
been taking a trip through Florida
and on his way home stopped in
Ocala to visit his sister and renew old
ai.vjuaiuiaiii.es, as uc is cxn u:u reaiucilfc
of the city.
Nunnafly's and Liggett's Candies
ec'uced to ONE DOLLAR the pound,
t Gcrig's Drug Store. tf
th-.t- tt tinier nrfac. taklne rare! M-S Gladys Eoyles spent the week
no part of it projects. Drop the pery Jrnd at h'-nle. returning Sday aft aft-o
o aft-o that It falls without turning over, 'ernoon. .
and you will find that the coin and: Mr. Ri!e5h iWaJdrcn of Bay Lake
paier reach the ground practically to-;Wfl? jn our burg Sunday afternoon.
gether. The reason Is this: the rush. x
of the lnnjr through the air causes a Turncr arPn, March 3. A much much-partial
partial much-partial vacuum on Itr upper side. tud'cd 7rn fo,, hre v aft.
protects the parer from the Influence, ... '.
' . ,,. ir.oon to c.aa.ier. the hearts of our
of the air. A flat object falls more
slowly than a round, one of the same farmers, Who have already be-
welght because It has a bigger. fur-)?un planting.
face for the air to act on as t buffer. The pound party piven at the home
v of Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Hall Friday
Comparatively a Novice.
A bleb school student wanted to
take military training andreportetl to j h on tC(f ;hortl Some ol
the sergeant In liar:e. The student
hd Klisht Impelinient In his speech. I ...
Ti-ve rr,,. ever l.nrt nnv-.lrill?" the!Lert nd Lec Latc.: ar.d F:str, Omar
serueant asked. N-n-not any, except
night was gre-tly enjoyed by all those
i who attended.
Msr.v of them wished
a M-m-tn-maypole dance he said.
Hear Not, But See.
A newly-married couple, who are
rUaf. and are trying housekeeping
without a servant, have dvled an
lng-nious suhstitute for a door bell, j
When a -:ri-r pres.-ws the electric but- j
ton all the liehts In the house fl:h j
np, ana his rence is mauc kun.
Although the cultivation of cinna cinnamon
mon cinnamon It Indo-China is increasing, most
of the product conies from a wild
shru' When a native discovers a
Hnnnmon tree he must make a dec declaration
laration declaration before th local administra administration,
tion, administration, which cuts down the tre.
I 1 1 1 V. 1." 1 1 T .V.
Ioo?3, Mr. Mai tin Brown ar.d sisters,
JLeona and Grace cf Island Grove, Mr.
Jay Boyles and sister of Sparr, Mr.
Rakigh Waldion of Bay Lake and
Mr. Hoyt Simmcns of Citra.
Mr. II. J. C-htaVi ar.d family of
j Hawthorn we;e Sunrlay visitors of
;Mr. and Mrs. T. II. IIad.c. t
i Mr. L. I. Mv'c'.' : v.v.3 a business
'caller in CitiA Tw-?S.y.
Mcss:s. Ambjcsu z:,d Lum Rowell
'of I?!tnd Grove were visitors at Hall Hall-ihurst
ihurst Hall-ihurst Sunday.
:ONLY A TORMALITY
roil COAL OPERATORS
For quick trips rent a bicycle; 10c.
for 20 minutes. B. F. Condon. l-6t
Several thousand Florida SpecirJ
tomato plants for sale. $2 per 1000.
M. W. McDavid,
l-6t 730 Osceola Street.
of Milady's Beauty Parlor to know
that only soft water is used. 2-t
Meet me at the American Cafe,
Union Station, Ocala. for a regular
j("i:ncr family style. Best 'dinner in
j tno state for 75c. Eat and drink all
Mrs. Florence G. Howe and Mrs. 1:',: a want. Time for dinner 11 a. m. to
L. Shapleiger of Maine, arrived laEt'2 30 p. m.
Owned and operated by
ROBERT AL MEYER,
J. E. KAVAArOI
Sold cven-whers H'
and uepoi a.it
W. K. Lane, M. D., physician and
rurgeon, specialist eye, ear, nose and
fhroat. Office over 5 and 10 cent store,
Ocala, Fla. Adv. tf
Our spring HATS elicit the praise
J of many 'admirers, not only for their
i style, but for their reasonable prices.
i Get your candy at the old price of
!onc dollar per pound at Gerig's Drug
' Store. Nunnally's and Liggett's. tf
They're healthful and' delicious
those cinnamon rolls at the Federal
Children will be far more healthy
if they use the famous ZePyrol mouth
wash one each day. Try it. Court
Don't fail to visit the Guarantee
Clothing & Shoe Company. Every Every-h.ng
h.ng Every-h.ng we sell is guaranteed. We're
-ghting for QUALITY not prices, tf
FISHEL'S have always bec bec-for
for bec-for the good Hose they ha
Ladies and Men and t.j ;:-;
troducing the be?t kr.cv.T. C
Hose. Try WONDEPJIOSE
-Did you know yeu ccu'J g:
of all-wool blue serge TROU;
FISHEL'S for 5.95?
As the wholesalers come down, so
;do we. Delicious Martha "Washington
i known candy at 90 cents a pound at THE
ile for; VOGUE. Phones 580 or 558.
.iluren'si Keep in mind each day while plan plan-f
f plan-f or the ring the menu those Federal Bakery
3-3t cinnamon rolls.
t a pair : You will not need to cut down ou
iERS at your charities if you buy your HATS,
3-Ct etc., at FISHEL'S. The money we
j save you will save the life of a child
Satsumas, grapefruit, turncoats and in the NEAR EAST or CENTRAL
bananas at Ft. King Confectionery. 2t EUROPE. 3-3t
week and are spending the remainder J Americans.
of the winter at the residence of Mrs. N
T.M.Moore. They are delighted with J Try 'em once, and youH use no
Ocala and especially the public libra- other Federal Bakery cinnamon
ry and are contemplating returning j rolls. 28-t
to the city next year.
S A new lot of Powder Puffs just In
"It is hard fo me to choose, tr.cy it Gerig's Drug Store. tf
are all so pretty," remark? J a l- Iy!
who was buying a HAT frc;nl D'd you know you could get a pair
!of all-wool blue serge TROUSERS at
t FISIIEL'S for ?5.95? 3-3t
The news of the engagement cf Miss
Janet Roux of Floral City, ti Mr.
Lawton Bailey of this citywill Dc- re
ceived with much pleasure bv theiThcne 158
many friends of both parties. M;?s
Roux is a lovely and attractive young
lady and her marriage to Mr. Bailey,
which is to tsake place oa the 2:'th cf
s oemg iooKeu iorwar2 to ws;.1: i
much interest. Mr. Bailey has grown 1
i i .i
up in mis c:ty, Demg tr.e second son of
Mr. and Mrs. John Bailey, one of the You can always get fresh or salt)
best known pioneer families of the'ver fish, oysters, shrimp, etc-, at
There's no extra charge for clean-
vg your fish at the city fish market
As a strengthening tonic there '.:
r. thing better than Nux and Iron
Tor.ic Tablets, $1 per bottle of 100
tailets at Gerig's Drug Store. Guar--Ltted
or money back. tf
Chess vs. Education.
There I alo the Moslem savage
(In Egypt) who, in spite of his bving
totally illiterate, will takf on the more
thoughtful" tyre of Camt-rldge-bred
subaltern at che anl lal hiui.
Indianr. i-oi -:, Ii I.,
ana cr.l or;rrto.-b r
r.f' X V 1', (1
j law by cor. ii:. 1 ;- ..
i lailei s to ir.c: si?;-
We are told that this was a nick nickname
name nickname hetowfd by I lory c Wnlpole n
Oliver Goldsmith. U-eause of tli
trang medley of wit and ftHilislw.
genius and stupidity which entered
lno his mental makeup.
Jnd Tunklns says thar after a wom woman
an woman wiccil in getting hpr hus!and
drvsi np Juit th war she wan".
Hab'e to look him over and wU:i
he was a cave inan.
Hcl'.J or; chatges
. h miners and re re-'
' re-' i n; ice of coal,'
Ma; "hail Storena
today and gave b.,;.!s.
Buick six touring car. Been run less
than 2000 miles. Hxtia ti, motor motor-meter
meter motor-meter ar.d bempsr. Will tell for cash,
$1550. T. M. Ki!gcre, phone 552,
Ocala, Fla. 28-t
BAD ON THE R. R. BOYS
At!-r.i5. Vc. ral Jdge
SiMr y tcdoy s:;;r.e.' crder reducing
the v.-gci cf crr-i,:cye3 cf the Atlanta,
Eirriir : ram Al'un'.c railror.d, ef effective
fective effective Ilr.icb 2t.
Wealth and Happiness.
-A man who fray valth dont
hrirg happin-s." ald Jt:d Tunkin.
"i;r saw a siiiall ly who found n
qtiarter In the street Jut as he was
ta.!i)g a randy store."
It ha letn -stlmatel that the Eng English
lish English language possesses 75X.iO mere
word than the French. Oerman and
Spaxlsh languages i-ombined.
The Uuttel S::tTe weather hure.r
-a wtabllshei in 1S70
The most ignorant people in
I the City Fish Markei: on Fort King
Mrs. G. W. Martin, Mrs. M. M. Lit Little
tle Little and Mrs. D. W. Tompkins repre represented
sented represented Ocala at the W" C. T. U.
district convention at Ker.drick yesterday.
Seven-passenger Buick touring go going
ing going quick at 650. Spencer-Pedrick
Motor Company. 3-1-tf
avenue. Phone 158.
MIt is hard for me to choose, they
are all so pretty," remarked a lady
who was buying a HAT from
Serve Oliver Twists at your next
party. They're delicious with icing.
Made only by the Federal Bakery. 6t
world are those who have been wrong wrongly
ly wrongly educated.
Arrival i.r rJ'vart:re of paencer paencer-.ra'ra
.ra'ra paencer-.ra'ra ut OCaLA UNION STATION.
The fol!owir.g.che!uie figures pub pub-'ijhed
'ijhed pub-'ijhed as ir.forriation ani rot guar guaranteed
anteed guaranteed fEatem Ftev'Sfd Time) -SEA
DO A RD AIR LINE RAILROAD
1 :34 an?
A polite man may hate to tip a
waiter but he doea't mind tipping hi 9
This noon the republican elephant
will begin to perform, while the dem democratic
ocratic democratic donkey will sit in the grand
stand and as-sume the comfortable
role of a critic
: 15 am
Ja ck sor.v i!!e-NTcrk
Tampa 2:10 am
TIar.atee- 4:17 pm
lanr.pa-St- iVtrslrg J:17 pm
COAST LINE R. R
2:12 pm Jacksonv-l'e-NTork 2:48 am
1:45 pm Jkonvi!!e-Cain8ville S:35 pm
":42 am Jksonvil'.e-Gnesvine 10:13 rm
Z:4; am St-Petsbre-Lake!and 2:12 m
l:Z- pm St. Pet? Kr?-Lakeland 1:25 pm
7;2.'.am Durellon-Lkeland 41:03 m
I'.ZZ pm Homosassi l:S0pm
!0:13pm Leeslmrg 6:42 am
1:45 pm Gainesville 11:50 am
' 'Monday, Wednesday, Friday.
Tuesday. Thursday. Saturday
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