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The Ocala evening star
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Ocala Evening Star
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TEMPERATURES
This, morning, 55.
This afternoon, 79.
WEATHEH F02ECAST
Fair tonight and Tuesday.-
OCALA, FLORIDA .-MONDAY, MARCH 7, ID2I!
VOL. 27
SO.
9.

EVENING

GALA

STAR

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MEETING 10 ADOPT BUDGET FOR
MARION COUNTY BOARD OF TRADE
WILL BE HELD WEDNESDAY NIGHT
...

Subscriptions to the Fund Now Total

More Than $7000

The meeting of the Board of Trade. Photographers: Eugene A. Revels,
for the Durnose of adopting a budget i T. A. Blake.

t,h r,rnrram of work for the year Salesmen: B. L. Feaster, C. E. Win-

will be held Wednesday night, March ston, C. C. Simpson, J. W. Tally, John

9, at 8 o'clock, in the courthouse, in-; H. Good, M. Haughton, C. C Balkcom,

stead of on Thursday night as had ; J. U. lege.

announced. This change has Tailors and Cleaners: Jerry Bur-

been

V.Mn mdf neces.sarv because of an nett, Royal Cleaners.

entertainment that would conflict with! Managers, Clerks and Agents: W.
th Thursdav nieht meeting, and the' J. Borden, R. G. Sumner, R. L. Dewey,

desire is to have evei v one possible at D. E. Melin, E. W. Merrill, C. A

the meeting to which v. ill be submitted Harris, James L. Wiley, Baxter Cam,

the budjret and program for ratihca-;li. 11. Henderson, wm. J. i nomas,

tion. Notices of the meeting are be- K. Sage, J. Harley Marsh, Ocala; R.

ine- mailed to all subscribers and ; F. Rogers, G. W. Neville, R. L. Ne-

mcmhr iville, Paul Brinson, Hugo Mcintosh,

The total amount subscribed to the Dunnellon.

drive is now more than $7000. There Transfers: A. S. Burgess, Collier

are still many who have not been seen Bros

by the committees. j Insurance: S. B. Ware, L. T. Izlar,
tyo. w-ayo cm tvnrterranhical er-'G. S. Scott. D. W. Davis Insurance

Jl W tt JJT" j
rors in the classified list of contribu- Agency.

kuv,pH FrJHav. The list of Retail Grocers: Harvey Clark

druecists should have been as follows: Stores, Abbott & Luff man, P. P. Cos

nrio-' nruo- Stnrp. Anti-MonoDolv. tello. Jirash Grocery Co- H. B. Whit-

- -
Court Pharmacy, Tydings & Co., Bit- i tington, M. H. Hunnicutt, M. S. Sa

ting & Phillips and G. C. Greene, waya, Anthony Tudisco, OUie Mordis,

Other omissions were: Cafes, C. Jaff-jF. WT Cook. H. B. Masters Co., L. E
ras; farmers, D. W. Purvis, Ocala, H. Yonce, Farmers Exchange Store.

L. Shearer. Cottaee Hill; orange' General Stores: J. L. Grantham,

growers, J. M. Douglas, Weirsdale; ; Sparr; Pasteur & Johnson, Anthony;

markets, L. E. Wilcox;

salesmen; John T. Lewis, Oklawaha; J. J. Knob-

John H. Good, J. G. Lege; insurance, : lock, Eastlake; J. D. Walling, Weirs

' D. W. Davis Insurance Agency; live-dale; C. A. Tremere, Belleview; R. D.
efnoV F F. Iwrence. Ocala. W. C. Douglas, Weirsdale: J. A. Freeman &

Blood, Ocala, Anthony Farms, An- jSon, Belleview; -W. W. Yongue, Ok
thony; theaters, E. C. Bennett; limejlawaha; Knight & Strange, B. J. Ben
products, Blowers Lime Co., Lake son, J. T. Rawls. Dunnellon.

Weir Washed Sand Co. Drygoods, Clothing and Shoes: M

Others added to the list of subscrib- M. Little, Frank's, Inc., E. T. Helven-

ers are: W. J. Edwards, W. J. Wilson, ston, Parker & Guynn, Walkley &

Ocala: F. Rogers. Dunnellon; J. LJBarnett, Ttheinauer & Co., H. B. Mas

MARTIN AS MAIIERITIIIIG UP LATII1-

t

A Very Sensible and Conservative

Letter About the City Charter j

from Mayor Anderson
Ocala.. March 5. 1921.

To the Citizens of Ocala:

I have noted in the columns of the

Star communications from Mr. A. T.

Thomas and Mr. B. Goldman, relative;

to the position of city manager under

the present charter of the city, and
as the matter has taken the propor-

ABA

It

II T

MIES

Hardin r Sends the Senate Enough
X.Wjork to Keep it Fairly
Busy

(Associated Press)
Washington, March 7. -The Senate
today expected to receive a list of
nominations from President Harding,

tions of an issue in city politics, I including the appointment of assist-

my ant secretaries ox

ment departments.

several govern govern-It
It govern-It also planned to

consider it my duty to express
nniniAn tf the m u tfr as mavnr.

Possibly a short history of the sit-: take up a number of: minor treaties,

uation will assist readers in under- including several commercial treaties

standing the issue better. The present: with Latin-American republics.

fcity charter was passed in 1917, andj DISCUSSING NEW POLICIES

snortiy alter us passage a cuy man- legi8lative of the new
ager was elected by the city council, ... ... HiM.u,s,d bv

who was the city manager in fact, as pres.dent Harding repubiicaa
well as in name. His tenure of office! ,-i t,, Air.

.1 VUU L caiviiai aaura efc vsssv v
wever lasted only a very .short time' . . Hnn Tnmnrrow

on account of disagreements with va-jthe president wU, prcside at first

nous memoers oi ine cuunci. uvu. meetins of the cabinet. call went
the management of city business, in out an(, tfce hour fixed at
which matters I have understood the n u s gtated the cabmet
council was more than: justified in its- im of a general character and
criticism. Since that time we havel presiJent uke np in particu.
hada superintendent of the light and ,ar relation9 Rica and
water plant who has been ty man- panama afid pr0Jfram for the gpe.

ager m name on.y. anu nBS kw. cia, session of Congress. The infor-

uone noining out manage ine wiiy

light and water plant.

Many readers will recall that I i

PREPOSTEROUS A

E

THE PROPOSITIONS

Teutons Make to the Allies in Trying
to Evade Terms of the Ver Ver-.
. Ver-. sailles Treaty

mation received at the dinner tonight

will be laid before the cabinet by Mr.

made the -statement upon election to for cal,ing Congres3 into s,saion may
the office that I was not entirely satis- follow Nq achedlle on cab.
fied with the present charter and did- meeti has yet been a
r.ot think that the people of Ocala
; upon.
were entirely satisfied with it. How-i rnrnuRiiv tpvitv

ever, there are undoubtedly excellent I ,
provisions in the charter, and the'. The Colombian treaty was reported
framework of the present charter is,formally to the Snate tody tody-vnthout
vnthout tody-vnthout doubt sound.; j SENT TO THE SENATE
Many people are also aware that I ; The nomination of Henry P. Fletch Fletch-have
have Fletch-have actively supported Mr. John M. er to be under secretary of state was

Martin for city manageT; and my rea- sent to the Senate today by President

sons for such course are these: j Harding.
1. I wish to test the present char- J
ter and to determine whether or not which you expected to receive divi

it is practical and workable in all of dends on your stock, .would you be

Tomlinson

Coca-Cola

Wallace, M. Haughton, C. C. Balkcom,
Ocala; Knight & Strange B. J. Ben Benson,
son, Benson, R. L. Bryan Garage, G. W. Ne Neville,
ville, Neville, J. G. Baskin, A. L. Neville, J. T.
Rawls, The Cut Price Store, Paul M.
Brinson, Tomlinson Drug Co., Hugo
D. Mcintosh, Dunnellon.
Following is the classified list of
? Friday, corrected and brought up to
date:
Druggists: Gerig's Drug Store,
Anti-Monopoly Drug Store, Tydings
& Co., Bitting & Phillips, G. C. Greene,

Court Pharmacy, Ocala;
Drug Co., Dunnellon.
Bottling Works: Ocala

Co., Chero-Cola Co.
Publishers and Printers! Star Pub Publishing
lishing Publishing Co., Taylor Printing Co.
Laundries: Ocala Steam Laundry.
Manufacturers: Arlo Box Co., Oak,
Ocala Manufacturing Co.
Plumbers and Electricians: Need Need-ham
ham Need-ham Bros., II. S. Minshall.
Cafes: American Cafe, Hunter's
Cafeteria, C. Jaffras.
Farmers: John H. Mathews, Cand Candler;
ler; Candler; J. C. Johnson, Ocala; J. D. Mc
Caskill, Ocala;. Nathan Mayo, Sum Sum-merfield;
merfield; Sum-merfield; W. D. Cam, Ocala; W. C.
Blood, Ocala; Anthony Farms, An Anthony;
thony; Anthony; D. W. Purvis, Ocala; H. L.
Shearer, Cottage Hill; W. J. Edwards,
J. L. Wallace, Ocala.
Banks: Ocala National Bank, Mun Mun-roe
roe Mun-roe & Chambliss National Bank.

Undertakers: George MacKay &

Co., Roberts & Spencer.
Sign Painters: Swafm Sign System.
Telephones: Ocala Telephone Co.
Physicians and Surgeons: Dr. E. G.
Peek, Dr. H. W. Henry, Dr. J. Harry
Walters, Dr. W. K. Lane, Dr. H. C.
Dozier, Ocala; Dr. J. G." Baskin, Dun Dunnellon.
nellon. Dunnellon. Orange Growers: H. L. Borland, H.
.A. Wartmann, Ocala; E. L. Wartmann,
Citra; Dr. E. B. Lytle, J.'M. Douglas,
Weirsdale. -.
Autos for Hire: B. F. Morrison.
Wholesale Merchants: Pillans &
, Smith, Louis R. Chazal & Sons Co.,

V Moses Grocery Co., John Dozier Co.
Barber Shops: W..F. Blesch, S. M.
Hooper.
Real Estate Agents and Dealers:
Citizens Investment Co., L. M. Felton,
S. S. Savage Jr., Rogers Wilson Real Realty
ty Realty Co., D. S. Woodrow, R. L. Martin,
Eastlake Investment Co., Eastlake.
Contractors: Ray & Thomson and

George MacKay & Co.
Optometrists: Dr. K. J. Weihe.
Public Officials: S. C M. Thomas; D.
M. Barco, T. D. Lancaster Jr., W. A.
Jeffcoat, H. G. Shealy, L. E. Futch,
W. S. Bullock, W. W. Stripling, H. C.
Sistrunk, W. L. Colbert, R. L. Cly Cly-burn.
burn. Cly-burn. Engineers: Edward Drake, Geo. F.
Young.
Hotels: Florida House.
i

Markets: OUie Mordis, W.
Marsh, F. W. Cook, L. A. Wilcox.
Dentists: Dr. R. D. Fuller, Dr.

W. Moremen, DrG.'C. Shephard," Dr.

J. E. Chace, Dr. C. B. Ayer,

ters Co., Fishel Bros., J. Malever, B.
Goldman, H. A. Waterman, Ocala;
The Cut Price Store, Dunnellon.
Hardware: Marion Hardware Co.,
Clarkson Hardware Co., George Mac MacKay
Kay MacKay & Co., H. B. Masters Co.
Stationers and News Dealers: W. W.
Condon, A. E. Gerig, N. L. Williams.
Confectionery: The Vogue, T. W.
Troxler, S. R. Whaley, L. E. Yonce.

Jewelers: J. V E. Allemand, The

Weihe Co., J. Chas. Smith. W. W. Con

don.

Cigar Manufacturers: Charles Pey

ser.

Furniture: Theus Bros., L. J. Bla-

lock.

Lumber and Builders Supplies: R.

H. Todd Lumber Co., Ray & Thomson,

George MacKay & Co.
Live Stock: E. F. Lawrence, W. C
Blood, Ocala; Anthony Farms, An Anthony.
thony. Anthony. Naval Stores: Wj J. Wilson, Ocala.
Theater: E. C. Bennett.

Automobiles: O'Neal & Holly, Ocala

Motor Co., B. F. Condon, Murphy Me

G. Gates, Auto Sales Co., Blalock

Bros., H. A. Davies, Ocala; R. L. Bry
an Garage, Dunnellon.

Sand and Stone: Lake Weir Washed

Sand Co., A. T. Thomas.

Lime Products: Blowers Lime Co.,

Lake Weir Washed Sand Co.
Accountants: CV C. Bryant.

Lawyers: R. A. Burford, L. W. Du

val, L. N. Green, Fred Hocker, D. N.

Ferguson, T. S. Trantham, W. E.

Smith.

Abstract Companies: Florida Title

& Abstract Co, Marion County Ab

stract Co.
Bakers: Carter's Bakery.

Phosphates: Loncala Phosphate Co.

George W. Chase, C. and J. Camp.

Other Classifications: B. H. Sand

ers, Christian Ax, Ucala Gas Co., E.
E. Dobbs, Ed Carmichael, J. J. Smith,
Oklawaha; N. W. Harison, Oklawaha;
J. H. Bradford, Oklawaha; T. E. Mar Martin,
tin, Martin, Belleview; C. E. Armstrong, Belle-

view; J. J. Hams and J. O. Edsori,

"Dunnellon.

its provisions.
2. I am of the opinion that the

city manager form of government is
capable of saving the city money, and

will result in more benefits to the
citizens with the expenditure of less

money, and aa a consequence the low lowering
ering lowering of taxes.

3. I consider Mr. Martin qualified

in every respect to manage efficiently

and economically the business of thel

city.

As to the first of these reasons: In

my humble opinion, there is only one
method of determining which portions
of the charter are workable and sound

and which portions are not. and that
method is to put the charter actually
in force for a period oT one year, and
at the end df that time to make a de decision
cision decision on the practicability of the

charter as a form of city govern government.

As to the second reason, I have ob

served, since my connection with the

city government commenced, that the

reason for the excessively high rate

of taxation and the small benefits re

ceived by the taxpayers for the money

so expended has been due not to any
deliberate mismanagement, but to in-

tor Co., Kumbak Service Station, A.4ency in the management of the

city's affairs and the expenditure of
the city's money.

It must be remembered that each

councilman, has his own business to
attend to, and that business occupies
quite naturally the major portion of
his time. Of necessity, and not from

choice, the time which a councilman
is able to give to the direct supervis supervision
ion supervision of the various departments is lim limited.
ited. limited. Bearing this in mind it is not

willing to allow the business of that

corporation to be conducted by -de

partment heads alone with the casual

supervision of the board of directors ?

Would you be willing to invest your

money in a corporation the entire bus

iness of which was "operated, control!

ed and managed by men whose sal salaries
aries salaries range from $100 to $200 a

month?

As to the last reason formy active

support of Mr. Martin for the position
of city manager, I wish to refer the
citizens of Ocala to the work already
accomplished by Mr. Martin in his po position
sition position of manager of the strtet de department.
partment. department. More work has been done
on the streets of the city of Ocala
since he has been in office than has
been done in any period of twelve
months prior thereto since 1 have
known anything about the affairs of

the city. The expensive crusher,
which has been idle for a long time,
is again in operation, the streets are
in good shape, the citizens are co cooperating
operating cooperating with Mr. Martin in his work
and the result is I believe highly sat satisfactory
isfactory satisfactory to every citizen and tax taxpayer
payer taxpayer who has given the matter airy
consideration at all. Mr. Martin is a
man who was successful in hk own

business, who understands thoroughly

the affairs and the various businesses

in which the city is engaged, with the
exception of course of the light and

water plant, and there is every reason
to believe that he will continue to ap

ply the methods which made him sue

cessful in his own business to the

management of city affairs, as he has

done up to the present.

I am satisfied that Mr. Martin

(Associated Press)
London, March 7 The new' German
proposals, which the French state are
unacceptable, were submitted to the
supreme council today before the rep reparations
arations reparations conference Jpened. The gen general
eral general conference met at noon. It is
unofficially reported that later the
Allies decided to inform the Germans
that penalties would be applied. The
penalties were outlined by Premier
Lloyd George, last Thursday. The

German proposition was made condi conditional
tional conditional upon a plebiscite to be held in
upper Silesia being decided in favor

of Germany and upon removal of all

commercial restrictions.

THINK THEY ARE THE ENTIRE

WORKS
Dr. Simons, head of the German

delegation, told the Allies the Ger

mans rejected the proposals formu formulated
lated formulated at Paris and had decided to re revert
vert revert to -the provisional arrangement

they had prepared. This would call

for the payment of fixed annuities the

first five years and would give an
equivalent to a 12 per cent tax on

German exports.
ALLIES IMPOSE PENALTIES
Application of penalties upon Ger Germany
many Germany for failure to fulfill her repara reparations
tions reparations requirements was decided upon
by the Allies today. The penalties as
announced Thursday include occupa occupation
tion occupation of the cities of Duisburg, Dues Dues-seldorff
seldorff Dues-seldorff and Ruhrot by allied troops,
the imposition of each allied country
of such tax upon German imports as
it may deem fitting and the establish establishment
ment establishment of a customs boundary under al allied
lied allied control along the Rhine.
MORE TROUBLE IN PETROGRAD
London, March 7. A Central News
dispatch from Helsingfors 'reports
rioting in Petrograd and parts of the
city are in flames.'-

FEMALE VOTERS

OF

A

Called to Send Delegates to a Meeting
, to be Held in Jacksonville
March 31-April 1,

(Associated Press)
Jacksonville, March 7. A call for
a meeting here March 31-April 1st,
for the purpose of organizing a Flor Florida
ida Florida league of women voters was sent
throughout the state today by Mrs. J.
A. Corbet, state chairman.

CLAIMS THE CAMP

State Wants Camp Johnston and
Buildings on It

AU

(Associated Prei
. Jacksonville, March 7. Negotia Negotiations
tions Negotiations for the transfer to the state of
government property on land owned
by the state at Camp Johnston are
under way here today at a conference
of state officials and war department
representatives. The state asks for
the transfer of more than 100 build buildings,
ings, buildings, all improvements made by the
government and formal return of the
camp tract turned over to the depart department
ment department for training purposes and rifle
range. National guard officials said
that should the government comply,
Florida would have one of the most

completely equipped state camps
the country.

in

CATHOLIC CHURCH AT
DAYTONA DESTROYED

STRIKERS WILL LOSE

to he wondered at that a certain j would be able to save the city yearly

amount oi waste nas taken place.
We have a business here in the city
of Ocala with an invested capital of
about two million dollars. .The stock stockholders
holders stockholders are the citizens and taxpay taxpay-ersers
ersers taxpay-ersers of the city of Ocala. The board
of directors of the corporation is the

city council. The city manager should
be the general manager of the cor

poration business, and the heads of

the various departments should occu

py the position of managers of the

particular departments in which they

function. In my humble opinion there

HENRY G. "DUNN

H.

C.

Henry G. Dunn, of Citra, one of the

pioneer citizens of Marion county

died at the residence of his niece, Mrs,
J. L. Kennedy, of No. 206 East Park
avenue early this morning, ir. Dunn
was 73 years of age, his death result

ing from the infirmities of old age
following an operation of several
weeks ago. He is survived by two

nieces, Mrs. Kennedy and Mrs. Z. P.

Freeman of this city, and one nephew,

Harvey P. Dunn of Tampa and Ha

vana, .funeral announcement will be

made later, pending word from his
nephew, who is in Havana. Tampa
Tribune.

more than the salary the city would
pay him. He volunteered to assist

the city after the death of Mr. Marsh,

in the street department, and has

never announced himself as a candi

date for the position of city manager.

He has been urged to accept it by

those who have the best interests of

the city at heart, and being thus urg
ed he has agreed to accept the posi

tion if tendered .to him by the council

It is my opinion that failure on the

part of the council to elect Mr. Martin

to the position of city manager at

is a crying need for, a general man- this time will operate to the detri-

People are Going to Rescue of the A.

B. & A. Railroad

(Associated Press)
Birmingham, March 7. The first

mail train on the Atlanta. Birming

ham & Atlantic since the strike was

called left here today. A. H. Wood

ward, a multi-millionaire and owner
of the Birmingham baseball club, was

at the throttle of the engine.

OPsN SEASON FOR

- MAYORS IN IRELAND

' (Associated Press)
Daytona. March 7 Fire department
officials believe that candles left burn burning
ing burning on the altar were responsible fof
the fire yesterday which destroyed the
altar, pipe organ and other fixtures
of the interior of St. Paul's Catholic
church here. It is understood the
building and organ were insured. The
building was so badly damaged that
it is not believed possible to repair it.
AUTHORITIES AFTER

AUTO THIEVES

STATE ASSOCIATED
PRESS SERVICE

Beginning with this Issue, the Star
Largely Increases Its Tele Telegraphic
graphic Telegraphic News
The Star with today's issue, offers
its readers a new and enlarged news
service primarily devoted to the state
of Florida.
Working in co-operation with all
other daily papers in Florida, which
are members of the Assoc iated Press,
the Star' becomes part of a new Flor:
ida news gathering and distributing
bureau which has been opened by the
Associated Press at Jacksonville.
Florida news will be assembled by
this bureau in Jacksonville ,and dis distributed
tributed distributed to Associated Press papers
in the state by leased wire, by special
telegraph dispatch and by telephone.
Happenings all over the state will be
reported by Associated Press mem members
bers members and special correspondents of the
Jacksonville bureau.
Establishment of this new bureau
which -for years has been the aim of
Florida editors and publishers was
brought about through the activity of
Florida Associated Dailies, of which
T. E. Fitzgerald of the Daytona News
is president; Major Quimby Melton,
general manager of the Florida Me Metropolis,
tropolis, Metropolis, is vice president, and- Clay Clayton
ton Clayton C. Codrington of the DeLand
Daily News, is secretary-treasurer.
Practically every member of the or

ganization took an active part
"putting it over.

m

PROGRAM SATURDAY AT
THE WOMAN'S CLUB

. (Associate Press)
DeLand, March 7 The county au authorities
thorities authorities are searching for two ne negroes
groes negroes who stole an auto from J. W.
McCormick here vesterdav. MeCor-

mick pursued in another car and shot
9 ...

ana wounaea one negro near Lake
Helen. The negroes abandoned the
machine and took to the woods. Blood Bloodhounds
hounds Bloodhounds were procured but they had
been unable to find the trail up to
noon 'today.

Mayor and ex-Mayor of Limerick

Killed at their Homes this
Morning

KOHLWEISS CHARGED

WITH THE KILLING

Misses Martha Rivers and Louie

Smoak opened the afternoon's pro program
gram program with a- pretty piano duet, Polish
Dance.

It was decided to keep vthe club

house open for visitors Tuesday aft afternoons
ernoons afternoons during March, with the mem

bers of the social committee as hos

tesses.

Mrs. Hood reported that within ten

days work would begin' on the memo memorial
rial memorial pillars at the entrance to Tusca-

willa Park.
Mrs. Winston saner beautiful nolo.

accompanied y Miss Byrd Wari-

man.
The nominating committee for the
election of officers at the business
meeting in April consists of Mrs.
Warner, chairman, Mrs. Cox and Mrs.
Perkins. I
Miss Dorothy Lancaster pleased the
audience with her rendition of Les
Sylvanis on the piano.
A resolution was presented by Mrs.
Hocker endorsing the commission

Lfprm of government, now in effect in

Ocj

(Associated Press)

Dublin, March 7;- George Clancy, i

mayor of Limerick, was shot and kill- j

a1 in Vila Ka1 in tVtsf jitv ttiia mnrninff i

and his wife was seriously wounded.

At the same time Michael O'Calla O'Calla-ghan,
ghan, O'Calla-ghan, former mayor of Limerick, was

also killed at his residence.

NORTH CAROLINA HAS

LOST HER CROESUS

Durham, N. C March 7. George

W. Watts, banker and manufacturer,
reputed to be the wealthiest man in
the state, died today atfer a lone; ill illness.
ness. illness. He was 70 years old.

" (Associated Press)
Miami, March 7. A warrant charg

ing Ludwig Kohlweiss, a farmer, with

me muraer last montn oi (Japtam
James A. Pine, was issued to the sher sheriff
iff sheriff today. The police throughout the
state have been asked to keep a look lookout
out lookout for Kohlweiss, who disappeared

The police say he

maniac,

is a

SIX NEW MEMBERS OF
THE SACRED COLLEGE

Marriage is like a furnace don't
go near it unless you want to be

caught in its consuming fires. 5-2t

ager who will have direct supervision

of every department; otherwise we
have a situation that would not be
tolerated in a private business; that
Is, a two million dollar business, ope operated,
rated, operated, managed and controlled by de department
partment department managers and a board of
directors alone; the board of directors
establishing the regulations, controll controlling
ing controlling and shaping the policy and abso absolute
lute absolute control of the enforcement of the

ment of the city. I name Mr. Martin
because I know of no other man of
the same ability who would be able
to accept the position of city manager
if tendered to him, and I know of no
other' person of equal ability who has
ever agreed to accept this position
with the city.
It is not my desire, nor is it the de desire,
sire, desire, I believe, of the members of the

council, to change in any way tire

various regulations without reference I present management of the light and

The fires of hell are not hotter than
the .furnace of hate and suspicion of
a loveless marriage. 5-2t

toeach other, and without co-operation-
Such a policy would of course
be ruinous to a private enterprise, and

has quite naturally occasioned a great

waste in municipal affairs.
I request every one who has taken
the time and trouble to read this ar article
ticle article to stop for a minute and consider
this situation. If you were interested
in any way in a two million dollar

corporation of a private nature, from

water plant, unless crrcum stances
should make it necessary to effect

such a change. The plant is doing
well, is. earning money, and it is net

considered necessary or advisable to

make any changes there-

There are many stockholders of this

corporation who are vitally interested
in the question presented, and I am

sure that the council would appreciate
a statement from every person who

(Associated Press)
Rome, March 7. Cardinals 'of the
Catholic church gathered at the Vat Vatican
ican Vatican today for a secret consistory at
which the pope announced the names
of six new members of the sacred
college. The six included Archbishop

Dougherty of Philadelphia. '.

ala, but urging the council to ap

point a city manager, one of the pro provisions
visions provisions of the law which has not been
in operation except for a short period
soon after the adoption of the new new-charter.
charter. new-charter.
The resolution was passed by a vote
of the club with decided approval.
Mrs. Hocker then presented a petition
endorsing Mr. John Martin for the
position of city manager and request requested
ed requested the signature of all members favor favoring
ing favoring his election.
The closing number of the pro

gram was a vocal solo. Twilight, by
Miss' Pearl Fausett.

OCALA WINS OVER ORLANDO

PHILADELPHIA NATIONALS
COMING TO GAINESVILLE

is' a citizen and taxpayer of the city
of Ocala expressing his opinion either
for or against the putting- into effect
of the provisions of the charter as it
now stands, and I respectfully re request
quest request each person who reads this ar article
ticle article to. give me his or her opinion as
to the advisability of proceeding as
outlined above. This opinion can be

given by a letter to me or -to the edi

tor of the Star, with request that he
publish it.

It is your corporation whose affairs

I am trying to adjust, and whose bus

iness we are trying to make pron-

table. If you have a single piece of

personal property or a single piece

of real property in the city limits of
the city of Ocala, you are vitally in interested
terested interested in the management of its af affairs.
fairs. affairs. You are a stockholder of the

company and he officers of the com company
pany company which- you have elected would, I

am sure, be v glad to govern them themselves
selves themselves according to the opinions of a
majority of the stockholders if those
opinions are expressed. You can

spare two or three, or five or ten

minutes in' stating your position in

the matter. Will you be good enough
to let us know how you feel?
Respectfully yours,,
R. L. Anlerson Jr, Mayor.

I Associated Press)
Philadelphia, March 7 Members
of the Philadelphia Nationals League
baseball team left today for their
spring training camp at Gainesville,
Fla.

PRODUCED A PAINFUL
IMPRESSION-ON PORRAS

Surprised that Uncle San Objects to

Shooting Up the Central
American State

(Associated Press)

Panama, March 7. Receipt of the
identical note sent to Costa Rica and

Panama by Secretary Hughes, asking

that hostilities between the two coun

tries cease, produced a painful im

pression, said President Porras of

Panama, last night.

In the Orlando-Ocala basketball
game at the high school court Satur Saturday
day Saturday afternoon the local team dfeated

the visiting team by the close scqre
of 19 to 15. The star of the afternoon

was Ethel Home, of the local team,

who was ably assisted and backed up

by EsteJle Wilkes. Also Annie Mac MacKay
Kay MacKay and Cornelia, Dozier, guards,' de

serve special mention for the excellent

game they played.

The. Orlando girls put up a good

game as is evidenced by the final
score, the score at the end of the first
half being 5 to 5. The game 'waa
a good one, but would have been much

faster had it not been for so many
line fouls. Miss Ella Taylor Ste Da

mons of Orlando acted as referee and

Miss Louise Spencer as umpire.

A subscription dance was given at

the Woman's Club, house in the eve evening;
ning; evening; the music being furnished by
the high school orchestra, but the Or Orlando
lando Orlando team returned home- immediate immediately
ly immediately after the game.

Next Saturday the local team ex

pects to play Sanford .at the home
court.

PLANT NAPIER GRASS NOW

Price $2 per hundred settings. For

particulars see or address
5-6t F. W. DITTO. Ocala, Fla.

The Furnace" A drama of hot

words, scorching hate, sea ring suspic

ion, burnt-out hopes, then the cold

ashes of dead love. 5-2t

Suspicion is the 'match that lights
the first little blaze of hate that turns
marriage into a fiery furnace of nn-

happiness. -2t

One hundred pounds of fresh mack mackerel
erel mackerel received every day at the City
Fish Market. 3-4t

Get your candy at the old price of
one dollar per pound at Gerig's Drug
Store. Nunnally'a and Liggett's. tf

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OCALA EVENING STAR, MONDAY. MARCH 1921

Ocala Evening Star
lMlilUbel Every Day Emeept SontUx fcy
STAR PUBLISHING COMPANY,
OCALA, FLORIDA.

B. 11. Carrelk Presldemt
. V. Ive-Ml, Sertary-Trerr
J. II. Beajamla. Edltar

trumpet in dat mawnin'," and then
they will take it up above to designate
one of the classiest wards in the New
Jerusalem,

FROM DIFFERENT VIEWPOINTS

JIM HOWELL MET

AN OLD TIMER

Editor Star: It was a great pleas pleasure
ure pleasure to me, a few days ago, to meet my
old friend. Jim Howell, who is touring
this Dart of the state with an auto

Saturday-the Star was informed by truck, loaded with Marion county pro-

Entered at Ocala, Fla.. postofflce as
second -class matter.

TELEPHONES
Unalaesa Office
Edlterlat Ieajrtmt
variety Reporter .....

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Two-Severn
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MEMBER 1SSOC1ATED PRESS

passengers on the southbound sea seaboard
board seaboard Air Line train that is due here
at 1:34 a. m., that the train had pass passed
ed passed the crossing without the required

stop, and had left two Pullmans on
the east side of the crossing, compell

ing them to get off in the cinders,
after the fashion complained of for
years, and only recently amended, and

it consequently printed an item re-

he Associated Press la exclusively UHinc th rnmnl9inr

Diicatton oi 1""

entitled for the use for repu

all news dispatches credited to it or
not 'otherwise cred'ted in this paper ana

also tne local news puoiisnea nerem

Sunday afternoon the Star was told

by the depot policeman and one of

ll risrbts of republication of special Lk un v, r.ui.nnto

4h,n!.th( herein a.ra also reserved. I "lc mat ..j,.....

came

DOMESTIC SLBSCKIPTIOM HATES
One year. In advance 6.0C

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Three months. In advance ....

One month, in advance 0

were mistaken that the train

along the platform as usual.

Being entirely certain that neither

'.o I party would knowingly make a mis

statement, a Star reporter went to

the union station last night and in

ducts. I went to Clearwater and Tar-

n -1 i At

pon springs wun mm ana was greatly

gratified to hear many middle west
farmers, with whom we talked, admit
that Florida would raise good corn as
well as other stuff. Having lived in
Marion county, near Fort McCoy,
nearly four years, I know of what she
is capable along agricultural lines.
But you know a Yankee farmer does
hate to admit that Florida can raise
anything much.
With regards to my Marion county
friends, especially the old timers

around Fort McCoy, I am,

Yours very truly,

Charles H
St Petersburg, March 2.

ADVERTISING K.tS

ftr terviewed the depot men, who are bet-

ter able to observe these matters

IManlar!

consecutive Insertions. Alternate inser
tiona 25 Der cent additional. Compos.

. a An ai4 frViafr pun l.aa rmti

six times cc-ts per Inch, fcpeoial than any other people.

position 20 per cent additional. Kates
based on 4-Inch minimum. JUess tnan

iur inches will take higher rate
-'which will be furnished upon applic-
tlnn.

subsequent insertion. One change a
week allowed on readers without extra

composition charges.
Legal advertisements it legal rates

They said that the train stopped af

the water tank, which is only a few
yards from the crossing and then, of

Bon.

The drama of a pair who thought
marriage was going to be like a cozy

wood fire and found It to be a scorch scorching
ing scorching furnace. 5-2t

OCALA LODGE No. 286. B. P. O. E.

Unable to Gain Strength
After Operation
Fredericksburg. 7a. "Aftr I-had
gone through a vtry serious opera

tion I couIJ not
regain my health
and strength. I
3ufferert with
pairs and aches
all over -sni was
also very nervoirs.
My mother ad advised
vised advised my tcks
Dr. Pierce's niea-

eine. I took the i

r I i i r; i it
script'ia and tho

'Golden Medical Discovery alto
l ately, and they : oon built mi up
i.ud seemed to gi r.ie new life. I
I eartily recommei-J thes? meciicfr,
it women who su"'"r w::h any rort
cf weakness." MK -5. W S :OJ.'i8
Hanover t Ail cmssasts.

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You will be more than delighted j
when you try a box of our delicious

Log Cabin Candy, and our Martha j ;aj
xv ,-V ; r- tup Tr t t it

gaick delivery of our QUALITY ICE;H?

Mr. John awle, formerly of thi
city, is again greeting his Ocala acquaintances.

. The GOOD Maxwell, the 1921 Model,
has arrived in town, and we are ready to show
yon its good points. -
The price remains the same

0 at Detroit :

8995.

though the car is vastly improved.

& Some of the new features are as follows:

CREAM.

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engine reached its regular halting

place at the end of the sheds. This

is the customary procedure, but per

haps many passengers and occasional

Many a man thinks he is becoming visitors .to the station, have not notic-

good when he really is only losing his ed it. A flagman always goes ahead
desire to be bid. to clear the crossing. The train

stopped with the front platform of

Pretty .near every man in the Unit- the first Pullman alongside the depot

ed States puts his own interpretation platform but a number of passengers

on the constitution. in the second Pullman had to get off

in the cinders and walk alongside the

If this Congress will avoid making! train to the platform

investigations and do: some work, it According to this, the trainmen are

will save the country hundreds of dol-J entitled to a correction and an apology

lars. from the Star for saying they took

their train across the Coast Line

The sixty-fifth Congress was bad track without stopping, but it fails to

and the sixty-sixth the worse we ever see the necessity of making passen passen-had.
had. passen-had. "Let's hope the sixty-seventh gers get off on the wrong side of the

will be an improvement. crossing and take the dark and dis

agreeable walk to the platform

Tom Watson is now United States The fast night train generally car

senator from Georgia ,and if he ries a long line of Pullmans, which
doesn't save the country before next when the train stops reaches far back
Christmas we shall be disappointed, upgrade and on a curve, making it

lali. ost impossible for the train to

Josephus Daniels is going to run back if it goes too far down. The sit-

for the office of United States senator j uation here is well known to Seaboard

from North Carolina, and if we were officials. Why don't they put passen-

in that state we suppose we should gers for Ocala irv the first Pullman,

vote for him. or if they have to put some in the

second why not take them thru the

At the meeting of the- Woman's first to the platform? We've seen that

Club Saturday, a petition to the coun- done on other roads in other years,

cil, asking that body to appoint Mr. The Star would much rather praise

John Martin city manager, was unani- the Seaboard for good work than crit

mously adopted. icise it for bad, but every time its

trainmen dump a bunch of Ocala peo

If this Congress doesn't do any pie overboard at a place in the yard

better by the ex-service men than Its never intended for passengers they

predecessor, the republican party are going to make ill friends for their

might as well form an alliance withlroad.

Germany and be done with it.

Marion County Board of Trade has

Mayqr Anderson, in this issue of passed the six thousand dollar mark

the Star, eives sensible and timely m its drive for funds for a real

reason why the city should have a board of trade. Marion is fast join

manager de facto instead of one only ing the rest of the worldtin the belief

de jure, and why John Martin should that publicity pays. Tampa Tribune.

be the man. Let every citizen read the Joined it long time ago, before the

mayor's article and give it careful Tribne was born. If the amount Mar

consideration. ion Jias spent for publicity was sum

med up, its own people would be sur-

Our Florida papers, or most of prised. But a lot of the money has

them, are too sensitive about the not been wisely spent.

state. Every time some paper some

where else carries a story adverse to J UNCLE SAM MAKES WAR

Florida, they boil ovej. Not a bit of ON THE WESTERN UNION

use in the world to do this. Treat

such things with silent contempt.

Subchaser 154 Fired at and Captured

the Telegraph Company's
Cable Ship

Ocala Lodge No. 286. Benevolent
and Protective Order of Elks, meets
the second and fourth Tuesday eve eve-rings
rings eve-rings of each month. Visiting breth brethren
ren brethren always welcome. Lodge rooms
upstairs over Trolleys and the Book
ihep, 113 Main street.

C. Y. Miller. E. R.

ROYAL ARCH MASONS

KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS

Ocala Lodge No. 19. Conventions
held every Monday evening at 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

ORDER OF EASTERN STAR

Ocala Chapter No. 29, O. E. S
meets at the Masonic hall the second
and fourth Thursday evenings of each
month at 8 o'clock.
Mrs. Rosalie Condon, W. M.
Mrs. Susan Cook. Secretary.
ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE
OF TRAINS IN OCALA

We are informed that W. W. Flour-

noy resigned from the state board of

control because attending the meet- (Miami Herald)

ings necessitated his traveling on Work started by the Western Union

Sunday. This reminds us of his hon- cableship Robert C. Clowry on con-

ored chief, Catts, hearing Billy Sun- necting.'the Miami-Barbados cable to
day and then changing his mind the mainland, was halted abruptly

about shooting Joe Earman. yesterday afternoon, when the United

States subchaser 154 opened fire on

Rnv TTo tt?q kc onnAt p v I the cableship, and placed tne entire

Yonge of Pensacola to take the place crew of tne steamer under arrest

onhe state board of control made The entire action took place on the

"vacant by the, resignation of Mr. mSft seas atout lour mues olt tne

Tlournoy. A very good appointment. coast o1 Miami tseacn, near the Duoy

Mr. Ynnw'wus a momhor nf th. nr-io-. that had been attached to the end of

inal board and we would like to have the sable when ifc was la5d from the
a moving picture of the .meeting of three-mile limit of the United States

him and Ed WartmannTin Tallahassee to Barbados by the British cableship

March 14 next. Colonia, last summer.

The Robert C. Clowry arrived off

The Jacksonville Tigerines were de- Miami yesterday from Jacksonville, to

feated bv Gainesville a few davs ae-o start work on connecting the cable,

because they were young Amazons and nad Picked up the loose end

and hit too hard and collected too when the subchaser arrived on the
many fouls also, possibly, because scene. Signals hoisted by the naval

Gainesville had the best team. Sat- vessel, it is said, were disregarded by
urday, they were beaten bv Stetson. the cableship, after which a shot was

which is Amaznner than thev nre ev. fired by the subchaser across the bow

celling them in height. We thank the of tne Uowry wnich promptly hove

Lord for our. Ocala basket ball team. to

which when defeated simply savs. Captain bmith, of the Clowry, was

'They outplayed us -and begins to ordered to desist from the cable wock

Ill .iT i- m

iractice for the next game. Some ana DOin vessels entered tne port ot

iriFI. I J V J VVl Uttf UA. & 11 w 11 TV 11X1 Lll vr

Clowry tied up at the municipal dock.

Lots of other good things here and the" entire crew wa Placed under ar

Seaboard Air Line
Arrive from Jacksonville.. 2:10a.m.
Leave for Tampa 2:15 a.m.
Arrive from Jacksonville.. 1:30p.m.
Leave for Tampa 1:55 p.m.
Arrive from Jacksonville.. 3:51p.m.
eave for Tampa 4:05 p.m.
Arrive from Tampa 2:14 a.m.
Leave for Jacksonville.... 2:15a.m.
Airive from Tampa 1:35 p.m.
Leave for Jacksonville.... 1:55p.m.
Arrive from Tampa 4:16 p.m.
Leave for Jacksonville. ... 4:17 p.jn.
Arrive from New York. ... 1:34 a. m.
Leave for St. Petersburg.. 1:37a.m.
Arrive from St. Petersburg 2:55 a.m.
Leave for New York 3:00 a.m.
Atlantic Coast Line
Arrive from Jacksonville.. 2:31 a.m.
eave for St. Petersburg.. 2:32a.m.
Arrive from Jacksonville.. 3:34 p. m.
Leave for St. Petersburg.. 3:35p.m.
Arrive from Jacksonville.. 10:12p.m.
Leave for Leesburg 10:13 p.m.
Arrive from St. Petersburg 2:26 a.m.
jeave for Jacksonville. . 2:27 a. m.
Arrive from St. Petersburg 1:25 p.m.
Leave for Jacksonville.... 1:45p.m.
Arrive from Leesburg.... 8.41a.m.
Leave for Jacksonville.... 6:42a.m.
Arrive from Homosassa... 1.25p.m.
Leave for Homosassa..-.. 3:25p.m.
Arrive from Gainesville,
daily except Sunday.... 11 :50a.m.
Leave for Gainesville, tlaily
except Sunday 4:45 p m.
Leave for Lakeland Tues Tuesday,
day, Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday 7:25 a.m.
Ar. from Lakeland, Tues Tuesday,
day, Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday 11 :u3 p.m.
Leave for Wilcox, Monday,
Wednesday and Friday.. 7:10a.m.
Atrive from Wilcov. Monday-
Wednesday. Friday. 6:45 p.m.

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

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

WOODMEN OF THE WORLD

Fort King Camp No. 14 meets at
K. of P. hall at 7:30 p. m. every sec second
ond second and fourth Friday. Visiting sov sov-leigns
leigns sov-leigns are always welcome.
H. B. Baxter, C. C.
Chas. K. Sage. Clerk.
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.

CHIROPRACTIC

Others are being restored to health
and happiness by the treatment. Why
not you? DR. KIPLINGER,
3-4-2teod Ocala House.

NOTICE of ANIMALS IMPOUNDED

the name Ocala stands for them all.

Ocala Star.

rest bv local naval authorities

It is said that late last night, the

Like a change in climate is some- crew wa leased from arrest by

times good for the clothes it wouldn't

beout of place to remind you that you
can always better yourself, especially

in names. Pepperbox Red

an i peat Ucala in a name, or
many other things. Ocala is short

and sweet and almost unique.

Lieut. Murray, aide for., information

for the seventh naval district.

I Geo.

IcKayHo

Funeral Directors
and Embalmers
Two Licensed Embalmers
Motor Funeral Cars
Private Morgue and Chapel
Day Phone 47
Night Phone 515
G. B. Overton, Manager

NEEDHAM MOTOR CO.

General Auto Repairing
and Storage
Gasoline, Oils and Grease
USED CARS FOR SALE
Cars Washed .- $1-00
Cars Polished .". 50
Oklawaha Ave. & Orange St
Phone 252

Raising the Family-

To Whom It 'May Concern:
This is to certify that -I have this
day placed in the city pound the fol fol-liowing
liowing fol-liowing described animals, which have
been found running at large within
the corporate limits of the city of
Ocala, contrary to the ordinances of
said city:
One cow, split underbit one ear,
staplefork and underbit other; two
cows, staplefork and underbit one-ar,
crop and under half crop other.
The owners thereof, or their agents,
and all whom it may concern, are
hereby notified that if the animals are

not claimed and all expenses of taking

and impounding thereof are not paid
within three days from date hereof,

to-wit: On the 10th day of March,

1921, I will sell the same to the high

est and best bidder, said sale to take

place between the hours of 11 a. m.

and 3 p. m. on said day at the city

pound in Ocala, Florida.

Henry Gordon,
Marshal City of Ocala.
C. A. Holloway, Impounder It
NOTICE

Entire new motor, with heavy, Bal Balanced
anced Balanced cfank shaft; new main bear bearing
ing bearing Linite piston3, with split skirts,
expansion, oil leaks and carbon is
a thing of the past; new carbureter,
heavy tubular drive, shaft gears of
finest nickel steel, heavier rear end
housings and- differential case,
strongly supported;, radius rods
added, are some of .the improvements.

A rigid test of the -nevV motor,
showed, after nine thousand miles,
entir.e absence of carbon and oil
leaks, and pistons and cylinder
walls were as clean as when in installed.
stalled. installed. The car will idle down to four miles
per hour, has most wonderful "get
away' ability, and as a sand nego negotiator,
tiator, negotiator, and from gasolene and oil.
economy standpoints has no equal
in the field.

The ignition and starting system in the GOOD Max Maxwell
well Maxwell is equal t any in the cars of twice its price.

The 1921 Maxwell has no competitor when
price, quality and performance are
considered, and we have no hesitancy
in saying it is the best buy in the automobile
field.

MOT

OCALA, FLORIDA

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PHONE 51

P. 0 BOXIGOG

Notice is hereby given that it is

the intention of the undersigned to
apply to the 1921 session of the leg legislature
islature legislature of the state of Florida for the
enactment of a special act authorizing

the board of county commissioners of
Marion county, Florida, to levy a spe special
cial special tax, annually, not to exceed one one-quarter
quarter one-quarter of one mill, upon the real and
personal property in said county to

provide funds for community weiiare
work in the city of Ocala and Marion

county, Florida.

Signed: Mrs. Ldith lydmgs.
Endorsed by Ocala Woman's Club,
Mrs. H. C. Dozier, President, Mrs.

Harvey Clark, Recording Secretary.
3-7-9tmon

- COMBATING VENEREAL
DISEASES

Published by .Request of the State

Board of Health

Medical Measures
In dealing with communicable dis

eases it is doubly important that all

victims receive- adequate treatment.
Every person with one of the venereal

diseases is not only a victim needing

individual relief but a potential car

rier of the disease to others. For the
saW of community protection, there

fore, all means must "be used "to ex

tend free, accessible, prompt and
scientific treatment to every person
uhrt npfds it. Your citv has no ade-

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quate measures for the reduction ofj
these diseases until it. has provided
such universal treatment.
Treatment in your community must
be made cheap or free. Victims among
the very poor, living in crowded con conditions,
ditions, conditions, are especially in danger of
spreading the disease to other mem members
bers members of their families. If persons are
prevented from receiving proper
treatment because they can not afford
to pay for it, the public in the end
r ays the larger bill.
Treatment in your community
must be easy to reach. Quacks and
vendors of patent medicine thrise be because
cause because they are easy to reach and be

spread to an innocent wife; are caused
by delayed treatment. Infected pr pr-sona
sona pr-sona need continued supervision in

order to assure a complete cure and

people with

cause, they advertise "quick- cures,'

which signify cheap cures to the!

working man or woman. Good treat treatment
ment treatment must be broueht. close to the

ignorant and poor and must be made "the protection of the

accessible to those who wish to avoid j whom they live.
publicity. 1 While it is o.ur goal to make treat-
Treatment in your community must jrent for Syphilis and genorfhea
be prompt and continuous.. A delayed cheap, accessible, prompt, thorough,
case and a poorly treated case are 'and by this method to treat every
most dangerous to the individual and case we realize that in civil life this
communify. Poor treatment is often scheme can not be carried out fully,
as bad as no treatment at all. or It is possible, however, greatly to re re-worse.
worse. re-worse. The fatal late stages of syph-' duce the number of untreated and un un-Uis,
Uis, un-Uis, with their destruction of the, cured cases by the- adoption of an
health 'and usefulness -of the individ- j adequate program of medical meas meas-ual,
ual, meas-ual, and late gonorrhea, with its ures.

ODD FELLOWS

Tulula Lodge No. 22, I.0. O.

Wli.II-.jj T- 11 1 11 i A.

uuu reuows aau at txie corner ox

do for a pretty country village with Fsrt King Ave and 0sceola street A
t.ower-bordered streets or for a creat 1 .., i,

-bordered streets or for a great

city, which it will one day become.

Jacksonville is long and sprawling,
half English and half French, and
doesn't sound like a city nor even a
town. Change it. Ocala's purely Am American,
erican, American, and for a musical lipfull of a
name can't be excelled. Change
Ocala? Not "till Gabrile toot his

warm weicome always extended

visiting brothers.
T. C. Carter, N.
H. R. Luffman. Secretary.

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If you haven't tried our cinnamon
rolls in the past week you dont know
of the improvement in their, making.
Federal Bakery. 28-6t

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A SUNDAY CHILD

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mum
Select your oaiu lot and
plans. Terms: .half cash,
balance like rent Gall and
talk it over with us.
RAY & THOMSON
Abstract Building

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MACHINE
For All Cars
EFFICIENT WORKMEN,
PROMPT SERVICE
, REASONABLE CHARGES
GEO. J. WILLIAMS
Formerly Carroll Motor Company
-Garage, Osceola St.
Phone 597 Night 408

Where a delicate organ

SHOULD MARRIED FOLKS QUARREL?
A good quarrel, now and then, is said to clear the at atmosphere
mosphere atmosphere of the home. Certainly an "understanding"
between husband and wife, an exchange of points of view,
is better than the cold indifference and silent suspicion
which Folly and Anthony Bond sustained in their married
life which js so powerfully pictured in the heart-stirring
picture, "THE FURNACE."'
No married man or woman, or young people looking for forward
ward forward to marriage should miss this drama at the TEMPLE
THEATER, TONIGHT and TOMORROW.

Children 15 Cents

Adults 35 Cents

Another actor is with us Bert I

Leigh Acker Jr., who arrived at the
Marion county hospital Sunday eve evening,
ning, evening, and as soon as he found his
voice anounced his intention of fol following
lowing following his daddy's profession. The
little man is of seven and a half
pounds' weight and seems satisfied
that this is a pretty good world he
has selected to reside in. His parents
and grandparents and little sister are

about the most happy people in town.

MISS CLARA'S LUCKY GUESS

Miss Clara B. Ledbetter of Belle Belle-view,
view, Belle-view, guessed the exact number of

watches in the Weihe company win-,

dow. There were 24 watches showing
and 34 watches in boxes. Miss Led Led-better
better Led-better guessed 58 and wins the Inger Inger-soll
soll Inger-soll radiolite watch. Miss Ledbetter
was the only one who guessed the cor correct
rect correct number.

VjSt like the

eye is concerned j

- the best possible atten- j

see tion is advisable.
Jyti Consult j-
DR. K. J. WEIHE, j
-Optometrist and Optician
Eyesight Specialist j
PRACTICAL CARPENTER AM) I
, BUILDER
Careful estimates made on all coi.
tract work. Gives more and better j
work f i t the money than any other j
contractor in the citv.

J. D. DAWKINS
ALL KINDS OF
FRESH MEATS, FISH
and OYSTERS
EVERY
TUESDAY and FRIDAY
Phone 519
111 W. Broadway

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GOD KEEP YOUI
3od keep you. friend! We may not know
Au that this parting means for you and
me.
And what things sorrowful and sad
may be
In wait for our uncertain steps, and e
God keep you, friend
3od keep you. friend! W may not see
Bv any strain of forwaxd-peerlnt eyes
Where our divided paths converge, and
lies
That larger place where our two ways
agree.
God keep you, friend!
God keep you, friend! Tour loyal heart
And strong-, unfailing arm hare helped
me stand
Where I had slipped un steadied by .your
hand;
No strength have I to leave yov as we
part part-God
God part-God keep you, friend!
God keep-you. friend t Into His ear.
More vigilant and tender still than
yours.
Which potently through time and spans
endures.
Do I. a weakling, trust you with this
prayer.
God keep you, friend!
God keep you. friend! Tour presence
UH.
Ennobling and encircling, frank and
free.
Above all fear and chance abide, with
me;
For you In weal and woe, through good
. and 1U.
God keep you. friend!
Algernon Tassin In Youth. Companion.

TRIBE OF GIANT CANNIBALS

If you are in Distress

don't (ail to signal us i)
We arc always on &

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BLALOCK BROS.

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Ocala f louse Block
PHONE 78

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your
dealer

doesn't carry

it, send money

and waist measure

(over clothing) aod we will send you
one for trial. Postage prepaid.
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'YOUNG-MERRIN CO.
CIVIL FGINEERS AND SURVEYORS
Licensed under the laws of the State of Florida
Surveys Plats Reports
Highways Drainage Phosphate
Capt. Edward Drake is associated
. with us and in charge of our Phos-
v phate Mine and Plant Department.
Ollices, 33-34 Holder BIdg. Phone No. 54?
OCALA, FLORIDA

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Tire Prices Reduced

Ferocious Whit. 8avage. Seen by Ex
plorer in th. Upper R cache,
f th. Amazon.
Among the remarkable adventures
of Dr. A. H. Rice, who has returned
after exploring the upper reaches of
the Amazon and Its tributaries, was a
meeting with white cannibals, seven
feet in height. Accompanied by a
number of natives. Doctor Rice set
forth in a single canoe to map tho
Upper Orinoco. While they were en engaged
gaged engaged in their work one of the natives
saw a gigantic white savage, stark
paked. making his way through tb.
underbrush. The natives explained
that he was one of the "legendary
white Indians," whose ferocity had
made them a terror to their dark-hued
neighbors for centuries. Several shots
were fired In the direction of the sav savage,
age, savage, and instantly the jungle seemed
alive with "his companions. Everyone
was between six and seven feet in
height. They were armed with spears
find arrows, and blow-pipes, and Doo
tor Rice recognized them as the moun mountain
tain mountain cannibals wbo are regarded a
the most ferocious in Brazil, Venezu Venezuela,
ela, Venezuela, aod Colombia. They have been
seen only once before by a white ex explorer,
plorer, explorer, when Ensign Bobadilla. dur
lng explorations on behalf of the Span
ish government, found them In l'ftt

What's Between Tfiiur
Battery Plates ?

Are the plates of your battery n n-aulated
aulated n-aulated from each other is your bat battery
tery battery insured against separator troubles
for the full life of the plates?
Or are the plates merely separated
with the constant liability of short cir circuits
cuits circuits and wastage of current, with a bill
for putting in new separators always
hanging over you?
Is it a Willard Threaded Rubber Battery?

Or just an ordinary battery with or ordinary
dinary ordinary separators that carbonire, punc puncture,
ture, puncture, warp and crack, that sooner or later
have to be replaced at your expense?
Willard Threaded Rubber Battery Battery-insulation
insulation Battery-insulation that outlasts the plates
more miles of uninterrupted eerrioe
per dollar.
The list of cars and tracks below is
arranged, alphabetically for. your convenience.

Acaaoa

Acme
Ahrens-Fos
Ail Americas
Alii.
Chalmers
Americas

Cars Equipped with Willard Threaded Rubber Batterii

LaFrance
Americas
La Prance
of Canmdm
Apex
Armleder
Atterbury
Auburn
Austin
Avery
Baroa
Bell
Belmont
Bessemer
Bethlehem
Bets
Biddle
Bolstrom
Brockway

Buffalo

Canadian
Briscoe
Cannon ball
Capitol
Carroll
Chevrolet
Citroen
Clydesdale
Cole
Collier
Colonial
Comet
Commerce
Commodore
Consolidated
Corliss
Crawford
Cunningham
Daniels
Dart
Davis
Day Elder
Desby
Dependable
Diamond T

Dbrie Flyer

Dode
Dorria
Kkar
EUa
r wd
Farajo
Persus
Perns
Franklin
Pulton
OMC
Garford
Giant
Glide
Great Western
HCS
Hahn
Hatfield
Hawkeye
Haynee
Henney
Highway
Holmes
Holt
HupcnobQs

Hurlbart

Jordan
Kissel

Mets
Millar
Mitchell
Mepolaoa
Naaa
NebM
Ncssoa

Lewis-Han
Lexington
Luveme
UHC
Kadisoa

Master
McFarlas
McLaughfis
Menges
"Menominee
Mercedes
Mercer
aaercury
Merit
Meteor
CPiqua)

Noble

Noma
Northway
NorwaOt
Ogres
Old Hickory
Orfsa'TttOtotJae.
Oneida

Packard

Paige

Parrett

Peerless
Peuaeot

Rainier Zfgy
22 Tiffis
ReVera i"-
Wddle 4c7rl
RobtaQsMaal yiaJsT
Rock PaOa Twtm 2t3r
Rows tThsaaats
FLMM-m Owns
(CasaoaO VeHa
Saycrs Vulcas
SET WLaas
Signai Ware
Southern Werner
Standard Westcott
StasdaraS Wfcita
Stanley Wula
Stan wood Wusos
Stawart Wmtaar
Btrwart T. P. Wats

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MACK; TAYLOR
20 North Main Street
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of laughter lrf cfiurch' wlYen the woras
of the service, "With' my worldly
food I thee endow" were reached.
The bridegroom replied: "Why,
bless you, I've only got this suit of
clothes to endow her with! If I glre
her them I'll haTe none for myself,
and she won't wear them, anyhow."
London Tit-Bits.

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Mirages in Scotland.
Mirages have been recently reportec
on a number of Scottish roads. In an
observation by A. C. Ramape. ilit
pi rage was seen over a dry, sheltered
road of bitumen and crushed stone
and showed pools of water clearly
reflecting the foliage, with other pools
beyond. The pools vanished as thv
were approached, reappearing as lie
observer retreated. The day was
bright and clear, and vibrations of ibe
air seemed to be Imparted to tele telegraph
graph telegraph poles and insulators. Photo Photographs
graphs Photographs of some mirages have been e e-cored.
cored. e-cored. One taken in August of lat
year shows the shaded side of a tele telegraph
graph telegraph pole, and neighboring tree snd
a white house beyond, are apparency
reflections from a road pool.

$15.00

DIAMOND Non-Skid, 30x3 $17 ft ft
old Drice $20 00. now $lleVU

DIAMOND Plain, 30x3,
old price $17.60, now

6,000 Mile Guarantee
FEDERAL, FISH AND DIAMOND TUBES
NEW PRICES Overhauling Ford motor $16.
Overhauling Ford rear end, $5 for time.
Grinding Ford valves, $3.

DIXIE GARIAGE

JAS. ENGESSER, Proprietor I
I Phone 25S West Broadway
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Read the Star Want Ads. It pays

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JUST LIKE THE REST OF 'Eat
Tha Mrs,: Ephralm yuh think
thara'a any truth In tha r porta that
Venua ia try In' f communicate with
wa7
Old Henpeck: Sura thoro lal Far
tha Ufa of mo I elont haw aho'a
kept her mouth ahut thia lang.
Cauaa of Hia Mirthftrineaai
In the vestry after the marrlago)
service a North London clergyman re-
ojojeU, tbf.' rlioyronra fpr hlo burst

Evidently.
"The cave man used to drag hla
bride to the altar by the hair of her
head.
T see. A girl who wore false hair
stood a good chance of dying an old
maid." Louisville Courier-Journal,

Rather.

"What Is your estimate of Brown?"
"He's a liar and a thief."
"That's rather a rough estimate."
Boston Transcript
Paler Eyes Result of City Life.
A French professor has Just told
the Academy of Sciences of Paris that
after long residenct In Paris a per per-aii'i
aii'i per-aii'i uriu rrnw naler In color and

ovu sf a
the hair undergoes a kind of bleach bleach-lng.
lng. bleach-lng. In time, he believed, dark-hslred ;
persons with brown eyes would be
rare In Paris. A medical correspond-1
ent writes : It Is" well known that pro prolonged
longed prolonged absence of direct snnllght pro- j
duces lighter coloring of the skin, j
hair and eyes. Brown eyes are less;
sensitive to sunlight than gray eye-
a fact which explains why norther (
races have light and southern race i
dark eyes.' Pigmentation (coloring! i
la In direct proportion to the Intensity
of the light In which people .lire. But
the change is slow. One thousand ;
three hundred years have not madt J
the fair West Saxon of Somerset an$
Gloucester similar In complexion tc ;
the Welshman of Glamorgan and Can j
marthen. It Is found that short bru
nettes tend to die out In cold, snnlest: j
climates because they cannot a I
enough food to kep'them warm.

. when Mansfield "Cot In Bad." j
Richard Mansfield, the- famous as
tor, was very fond of sweetbreads, and ;
at a time when sweetbreads were no:
generally accepted as being fit food
for human consumption. While play playing
ing playing in Canada he was forced to go to
the slaughter houses In order to get
the tid bit, and this fact was soon her heralded
alded heralded about the town. Small boys be began
gan began to follow him. half In fear and
half tn curiosity, yelling to those who
asked the reason of their parade that
the man they were following ate in in-nard
nard in-nard of animal. As a result it
became noised about that Mansfield,
although a great actor, was "more
than a little Queer."

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OUR PROCE LIST
Meal and Grits 7 lbs, 25c; IS lbs, 50c.
Whole Rice ; T... 16 lbs, $1.00
Blue Rose Rice. 3 lbs, 25, 6Ka 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) .1 lb, 25c, 2 lbs, 45c, 5 lbs, $1.00
Argo Starch, Octagon Soap, P. & G. Soap. .3 for 25c, 1 dozen for 95c
Irish Potatoes ..l... per peck, 50c
Sugar Cane Syrup, drawn from barrel,qt, 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
made
Klim in 1-lb, 2H-lb. and 5-lb packages.
Armour's Fertilizer and all kinds of feed.
We do not undercharge on one item and ffvercharge on another,
but make each thing carry its own profit. Can it bo fair any other
way? -Our delivery service is for you to nse; it does not cost you
a
any more if you order amounts to $1.00 or more.

RIMERS' EXCHANGE ST0!
Merchants Block Phone 163

I CBSES

FTC

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.

Is

Office Phone 350

Ocala. Florida

217 West Broadway

Advertise and get Results

NOTICE

February 16th, 1921.

The annual meeting of the stock-1 ;Y;

holders "of Khemauer & Uo. will be
held at the office of the company on
March 8th, at 8 p. m., to elect officers
and attend to any other business that
may come before the meeting.,
16-tf W. A. Wilds, Sec'y-
For quick trips rent a bicycle; 10c.
. for 30 minutes. B. F. Condon. l-6t

USTERED GASOLINE CUT

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Vi
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$ IF YOU ARE CONSIDERING
MATRIMOMY
j win
Before you take the plunge, see "THE FURNACE at
j the TEMPLE THEATRE
& TONIGHT and TOMORROW
It is a story of a couple who thought marriage would be a
if comfortable htarth fire, and it turned out to be a
. roaring furnace.

?n It is a pieture which every

see. it
in life.
portrays some of
Every person in the citv wilf
'THE FURNACE.
Children IS- Cents

WE GIVE FREE SERVICE
For Proper Lubrication Use
SINCLAIR MOTOR OILS

Accessories,
Champion Spark Plugs
VULCANKMG
. THAT PAYS
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

U ME AM' I

SERVICE
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FIRE
PROOF'

WHITE STAIR LINE
Negotiable Storage Receipts Issued on Cotton, Automobiles, Etc

move, pack, ship
L1VF STOCK
GAG
FURNITURE, ETC.

THE WINDSOR HOTEL
- JACKSONVILLE, ELORIDA
In the heart of the city with Hemming Park for a front yard.
Every modern convenience in each room. Dining room service ts
second to none
ROBERT M. MEYER, J. E. HAVANA UGH
Manager. Proprietor.

ODD FELLOWS
Tulula Lodge No. g2, I. O. O. F.,
fleets every Tuesday evening at the
Odd Fellows hall at the corner of
Fort King Ave. and Osceola street. A
warm welcome always extended to
visiting brothers.
T. C. Carter, N. G.'
H. R. Luffman. Secretary.
ORDER OF EASTERN STAR
Ocala Chapter No. 29, O. E. S
meets at the Masonic hall the second
and fourth Thursday evenings of each
month at 8 o'clock.
Mrs. Rosalie Condon, W. M.
Mrs. Susan Cook. Secretary.
KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS
Ocala Lodge No. 19. Conventions
held every Monday evening at 7:30
o'clock at the castle hall, over the G.
C. Greeiie Co. drugstore. A cordial
velcome to visiting brothers.
- Tom Proctor, C. C.
Chas. K. Sage, K. of R. & S

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man and woman should
the most vital problems
be the
better for seeing
; jing
Adults 35 Cents
STATION
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LONG DISTANCE MOVING
Phone 296
OCALA LODGE No. 286, 3. P. O. E.
Ocala Lodge No. 286 Benevolent
and Protective Order of Elks, meets
the second and fourth Tuesday eve eve-rings
rings eve-rings of each month. Visiting breth brethren
ren brethren always welcome. Lodge rooms
upstairs over Troxler's and the Book
ihop, 113 Main street.
C. Y. Miller, E. R.
ROYAL ARCH MASONS
Regular conventions of the Ocala
Chapter No. 13, R. A. M., on the fourth
Friday in every month at 8 p. m.
H. S. Wesson. H. P.
B. L. Adams, Secretary.
Meet me at the American Cafe,
Union Station, Qcala, 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
Americans. tf
advertise In the Star.

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uuhla ubbunntubtd

Mr. Cecil Clark spent the week-end
Gainesville.

If you have a cold married life, see
"The Furnace" at the Temple, thea theater.
ter. theater. 5-2t

If you have any society items for
the Star, please call five-one.

For a cold, bathe your tonsils with
ZePyrol. Court Pharmacy. 2-6t
Mr. John Rawle. formerly of this
city, is again greeting his Ocala ac
quaintances.
When in a hurry save time by rent-
a bicycle; 10c. for 30 minutes. B.
F. Condon, Fort King avenue. 1-Ct
Mr. Leonard Wessons attending the
University of Florida, spent the week
end in Ocala.
Nux and Iron Tablets will tone up
the sytsem and give you strength.
fettles of 100 at one dollar each at
Gerig's Drug Store. tf
Mrs. E. C. WTebster has gone to
Dunedin for. a visit of several weeks
with relatives.
Marriage is somewhat like a fur
nace you stand such a good chance
of getting burnt. 5-2t
Mr. Bernard Koonce, who has been
in the city for the past week, left to today
day today for Jacksonville.
t A new lot of Powder Puffs just In
at Gerig's Drug Store. tf
The friends of Mrs. Badger will be
glad to hear that she is much improv
ed after a week's illness.
They loved each other they mar
ried each other yet a silly jest kept
them apart 5-2t
Mrs. R. S. Hall will entertain the
members of the MA" club this evening
at her home on Fort King avenue.
Cabbage and lettuce plants for sale.
H. P. Bitting & Co. 9-tf
Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Stovall of
Tampa spent yesterday in Ocala, the
guests of relatives, returning to their
home today.
As an antiseptic- mouth wash or
throat gargle, ZePyrol is unsurpass-
i: cue. and ii a bottle (plus war
tax.) Court Pharmacy. 2-6t
(
Mr. R. B. Thompson and little son,
Billy, returned to Sanford Saturday,
after a week's visit with their cousin,
Mrs. G. E. Thompson.
Don't fail to visit the -Guarantee
Clothing & Shoe Company. Every
hmg we sell is guaranteed. We're
.gating for QUALITY not nrices. tf
Mrs. Slattery, who has been the
guest during the winter of her daugh
ter, Mrs. John Logan, left today for
her home in Cincinnati,
Several thousand Florida Special
tomato plants for sale. $2 per 10tM)
M. W. McDavid,
' l-6t 730 Osceola Street.
Mrs. Maude Home and daughters,
Misses Elizabeth and Lucille Home,
and guest. Mrs. Knode, motored to
Daytona yesterday for the day.
"W. K. LaneM. D physician and
wrgeon, specialist eye, ear, nose and
throat. Office over 5 and 10 cent store,
Ocala, Fla. Adv. tf
The friends of Mrs. Khori, on Or
ange avenue, who has been very ?1
for the past week, will be glad to
hear that she is steadily improving.
Mrs. P. V. Leavengood returned
home yesterday from Miami, where
for the past three weeks she has
been the guest of Mrs. Harry Simons
You can always get fresh or salt
water fish, oysters, shrimp, etc., at
the City Fish Market on Fort King
avenue. Phone 158. tf
Mrs. B. M. 'Wilson has had as her
guests her sisters, Mrs. R. B. Warren
of Dukes and Miss Jocie Parrish of
Citra, both "returning to their respec
tjve homes yesterday.
Mr. and Mrs. Blowers and Mrs
Chadmore left early this morning for
Cocoa, to attend the meeting of the
Florida Good Roads Association, of
which Mr. Blowers is state vice presi
dent.
Among the other real estate trans
fers Saturday was that of the Goin
cottage on North Tuscawilla street
which was purchased by Mr. H. H
Henderson, the popular teller at the'
Ocala National Bank.
Children will be far more healthy
if they use the famous ZePyrol mouth
wash one each day. Try it. Court
Pharmacy. 2-6t
Mr. R. T. Adams has taken advan advantage
tage advantage of the work of digging a trench
for the white way cable in front of
the .Ocala House, to-have that corru corrugated
gated corrugated section of sidewalk at the cor corner
ner corner smoothed out, Ray & Thomson
did the work, and the smooth concrete
causes the walking public to heave a
deep, wide, thick sigh of relief as it
passes that much used comer.

Miss Adele Bittinger is filling Miss

Alice Bullock's place as society re reporter
porter reporter for the Star during the latter's
illness. Miss Bullock has been very
sick, 'but her friends hope she will
soon be on the highway Jo health.
As the wholesalers come down, so j
do we. Delicious Martna Washington (
candy at 90 cents a pound at THE j
VOGUE. Phones 380 or 558. 22-tf j
Mrs. a J. Acker of New Yoik.i
mother of Mr. Bert Leigh Acker, ar-i
rived in the city yesterday just in
time to meet her brand-new grandson. I
She is the guest of Mr. and Mrs. S. T. j
Sistrunk.
Mr. J. E. Walker, who has been
with the state road department for
some time, has resigned and taken a
position wit hthe Finley Method com
pany of Houston, Tex., which operates
largely in this territory.

The many friends of Mr. and Mrs.jhome on 0klawaha avenue Saturday

Harry Cole and family are glad to
learn that thev arrived in Ocala Sat
urday and will in the future make
their home here. For some time they
have been residing in Augusta. Ga.
There's no extra .charge for clean-
ng your fish at the city fish market.
Phone 158.
tf

Mr.' J. I. Gay, an old resident of'much amusement among the contes contes-Holder,
Holder, contes-Holder, who came here for treatment jtants. The fortunate one to most
several weeks ago., died this morning ; nearly accomplish the feat was Mary

at 7 o'clock. His remains are bein-
prepared for burial bv Sam R. Pvles
& Co., funeral directors, and the fu-
neral arrangements will he annminpfH
later. j
Nunnally's and Ligeett's Candies

educed to ONE DOLLAR the pound, i candles, which made a charming cen cen-it
it cen-it Gerig's Drug Store. tf jterpiece. Little baskets of candy were

The following were visitors in town
today: Mrs. C. P. Davis. Summerfielu;
Prof. James Leslie, Bushnell; Mr. and
Mrs. R. J. Black, Crystal River; Miss
H. Munroe, Belleview; Mr. and Mrs.
H. V. Lee, Eastlake; Mrs. J. L. Gran
tham, Sparr; E. B. George, Lowell,
and T. J. Wall Summerfield.
As a strengthenin
tonic there "c
nothing better than
Nux and Iron
Tonic Tablets, $1 per bottle of 100
tablets at Gerig's Drug Stcre. Guar Guarantied
antied Guarantied or money back. tf
The turbine engine at the city plant
is about to take up its work. It was
turned on yesterday and ran smoothly
and steadily for three hours, greatly
to the encouragement of a number of
citizens and city officials, who wit witnessed
nessed witnessed its operation. Mr. Robert Al
len Burford worked night and day
most of last week getting the machine
ready. He intends to stay right with
it until it is running perfectly, and
there is reason to believe it will soon
be carrying the peak load every day.
Dr. Wiliam Bierman and Mr. I. F
Donnelly of Jacksonville, connected
with the state board of health, also
representing the U. S. Public Health
Service, were in town today, consult
ing with the local physicians on
health affairs. They gave an exhibit
of motion pictures on the subject to
the doctors at the Temple theater
early this afternoon. Mr. Donnelly
will remain here tomorrow and fle-
sires to have a meeting of the men
at the Board of Trade hall tomorrow
evening.
There were fully three hundred
farmers and stockmen at the meeting
at the courthouse Saturday afternoon,
and future measures for the good of
the courty were extensively dis
cussed. The nroposed Mil to establish
the office of highway commissioner
came in for its share of attention, and
some seemed to think it would be a
good bill provided said commissioner
is a competent engineer. The proper
thing for the gentlemen who are push pushing
ing pushing the bill to do is to publish it, and
for that the Star has already offered
them space.
It will be interesting to the patrons
of Milady's Beauty Parlor to know
that only soft water is used. 2-6t"
The 228-acre farm about six miles
southwest of the city on the Shady
road, known as the Sam Martin place,
has been purchased by Mr. W. L.-Har-per,
formerly of Dayton, Wash. Mr.
Harper is accompanied by Mrs. Har Harper
per Harper and son, W. P. Harper, and they
will immediately move on their newly
acquired place and make a number of
improvements. The lands in the
Shady section are exceptionally fer fertile
tile fertile and Mr. Harper is to be congratu congratulated
lated congratulated upon his selection of a farm
there. The Star 'welcomes the Har Harpers
pers Harpers to Marion county, and wishes
them every success.
Don't fail to visit the Guarantee
Cothing & Shoe Company. Every Everything'
thing' Everything' we sell is guaranteed. We're
fighting for QUALITY not prices, tf
Hymen rushed Judge Futch Satur Saturday.
day. Saturday. The judge issued marriage li licenses
censes licenses to and then joined in matri-
money, Mr. Harrington L. Wikle and
Miss Clyde Justiss of Ocala, Mr. T.
Shephard Thomas of Jacksonville and
Miss Sallie Rigan of Juliette and Mr.
Eugene Stephenson and Miss Maude
Nelson of Leesburg. The Star is not
acquainted with the latter two cou couples,
ples, couples, but Harry Wikle is one of our
cleverest young mechanics, an ex ex-service
service ex-service man. who has made squads
and squads of friends since coming to
Ocala, and his bride is a very pretty
young lady who recently came here
from West Florida. They have the
Star's best wishes.

Weak, Nervous,
' Following Influenza
Montrose. W. Ya. "Last spring
after having the flu I wis very weak

and nervous. 1
got one bottle of
Dr. Pierce's Gold Golden
en Golden Medical Dis Discovery
covery Discovery a&d two
bottles of Favor Favor-it
it Favor-it Prescription
and they helped
me so mucn. i
am S7 years old
and did lots of
work last summer
and as doing my
housework and washing this winter
for four in family." MRS. I R.
WILMOTH, R. PD. 2
Dr Pierre's medicines have been
sold by druggist for the put SO
fears Send JO cents to Dr Pierce's
Invalids' Hotel in Buffalo. N Y, for
a trial package of any: of his med medicines
icines medicines The ninth birthday of little Miss
Ethel Fair Pillans was the -occasion
of a lovely' party, which was given by
her mother. Mrs. L. H. Pillans. at their
afternoon. About thirty-five of her
small friends were invited to help fit fittingly
tingly fittingly celebrate the event. During the
afternoon games were enjoyed and
the one that caused the most merri
ment was pinning the slip in the
baby's mouth. The guests were each
bHndfolded and given a chance, and
the absurd attempts made caused
Blowers and to her was presented a
suitable gift. The hostess served
j strawberry ice cream and cake in the
Idining room. On the dining table.
which was attractively decorated with
Ipink roses and ferns, was a large
(birthday oake decorated with pink
given as souvenirs of the occasion.
which will long be remembered by the
quests and the honoree. During the
'.afternoon .Mrs. nilans was assisted in
fcntertalmnK DV Mrs- J- "arry V1
tcrs.
Don't fail to visit the Guarantee
Clothing & Shoe Company. Evry
thing we sell is guaranteed. We're
fighting for QUALITY not prices, tf
SILESIA SUFFERS FROM
LOSS OF MAN POWER
Rybnik, Upper Silesia, Feb. 15.
Women laborers- in mines and facto
ries and on railroads are. more num
erous than men in several districts of
the coal region here. Girls and boys
of ten and 12 years are regular em
ployed, digging ditches, ballasting
run-ways, pushing trucks, and doing
other heavy work which before the
war was done only by men.
This is the territory hitherto a
part of Germany but claimed now by
Poland. A plebiscite, or vote of ths
people, soon will 4e held under the
terms of the peace treaty of Versail Versailles
les Versailles to decide whether Upper Silesia
will remain German or become a part
of Poland.
The German mine owners say short shortage
age shortage of labor and post-war. economic
conditions have forced the womeji and
children into this toil, which under
German administration was forbidden.
There is also a shortage of manpower
because of the great number of sol soldiers
diers soldiers from here who were killed in the
war.
The women engaged in the heavy
work generally are Poles, distinguish
ed by the bright shawl-like headdress
which they effect. Some of them have
adopted a modification of man s ap apparel
parel apparel as better suited to their work.
The4 correspondent saw three women
of two score of more who constituted
a "section gang" wearing heavy
trousers under their short skirts.
The majority of the women wear
heavy shoes with thick wooden soles
and cloth tops, all home made. Some
have heavy boots, which apparently
were once the property of German
soldiers.
Coal veins in this section generally
follow closely the surface of the
ground and the work of taking coal
out consists of simply digging it up.
Sdne of the farmers have little mines
on their land and when their day's
work is done they may be seen dig
ping a night's supply of fueL The
mine owners do not interfere with
these individual mining operations,
even when they are carried out on
rented farms.
' MY TROUBLES.
X took my troubles op the ro4
All on a summer morning;
The sun from out its btus a bods
The meadows was adorning.
My troubles were a sorry pack:
They clung like csre upon my back.
And there was Doubt, a dubious thing.
And there was foolish Fretting;
And there was Sorrow, with Its sting.
And hollow eyed Regretting.
A grievous brood to bear along
When aU the air was Oiled with song song-Then
Then song-Then tune I to the wide free crest
With naught but sky sboveame;
A soothing mind my cheek caressed;
Methought it seemed to love me;
And there breathed jipward from the
earth
The frarrant messages of mirth.
And seeing far below me roll
The lands so green and spacious.
My troubles lifted from my soul.
AnJ life again grew gracious.
And so I trod the downward road
Without' a trouble for a load!
Clinton Scollard In New York 8n and
Herald.
DOG'S HOT-WEATHER NEEDS
Let the Pet Have Chance to Exsrcis
and See Thit He Gets Plenty
of 'Water.
A dog must have freedom and ex exercise
ercise exercise or he cannot be well and happy.
If your dor must be chained a 'part ol
the time, fasten a wire from the cor
ner of thejiocao cCPil ,C?-f"

L

a post, or between to tr-eS. "im
wire may be HO feet long. Snren!
from the wtre a chain or leather straj
by a ring, which must be. large enoost
to ran easily on the wire. The oth other
er other end of the chain must have a fast
enlng which can be attached to th

dog's collar; then he can run up an1
down the length of the wire and gei
some exercise, and also get Into tht
shade when the sun is hot. It shook
be so arranged that the dftg can
up or Ue down or run without danjrei
of being tangled. In the chain or leash.
Never tease or torment a l6g. It b
likely to make him ill-tempered. If yoc
treat a dog well, he Is one of the beM
friends you can have.
Dogs do not perspire through theli
skins, as we do. but you may often
see the water dripping from theli
tongues. They need to drink often
A dog should never be muzzled so that
he cannot drink or put out his tongue
as he naturally' would In hot weather
Humane Advocate.
- Dog Died at Hia Post.
He was Just a dog; a black and tar
cur with tattered ears and no pedi pedigree.
gree. pedigree. He didn't even have a regulai
name, answering to the general appel-
Ution of "Pup."
But he died as s
hero when his master's car waj
burned on a road seven miles from th
city. Pup was left In the car whil
his master "went avny on n errand.,
and admonished to remain In the ma-j
chine. Pup remained. Even whet J
me- names siarcen ny a leasing gaso gasoline
line gasoline tank In the battered csr began te
scorch his paws and singe his hair, h
stuck to his post.
JWben the smoke fumes Minded hi!
eyes and choked his yelps for assist;

UVC ur liuu & sijus j vu. tic k w -" .1. ii
most glorious death that can come tciFOR RENT Three or four large

a dog that of making the supreme
sacrifice In the service of a belovec
master. A charred and stiffened fig
ore .surmounting theulned car waj
all that met the master's gaze when'
he returned. He was only a dog, a
black and tan cur with tattered eari
and no pedigree. Richmond Evening
News. y
AN ILLUSTRATION.
"A epigram is a short sentence dat
sounds light, but gives yer plenty to
rink about. De Judge's "ten day" Is
ns. Isn't it?"
Firm Gives Away Pianos.
In accordance with' its annual cus
torn, a Philadelphia piano firm re recently
cently recently distributed 50 square piano
among deserving poor families In the
Quaker city on the fifty-fifth anniver anniversary
sary anniversary of the founding of the firm. This
distribution is made possible through
a memorial fund to assist worthy peo people
ple people hi developing musical talent, which
was established In 1907 In honor ol
the founder of the firm.
Quite Particular.
Romantic Youth Why do you hesi hesitate,
tate, hesitate, darling? We- could easily run
away and get married.
His Fancy My dear boy, you're too
Impossible! Why, the only photo photographs
graphs photographs I could leave behind me were
before I had my hair bobbed. Passing
Show.
His Defense.
"Remember, my dear boy, a rolling
stone gathers no moss.
That's because it knows It won't
get anywhere if it's a mosback."
Boston Transcript.
Costs Much to Run New York.
The government of the city of New
York costs more to maintain than does
that of the whole Japanese empire.
: v
German East Africa Renamed.
The new name of what wns one
German East Africa has been provi provisionally
sionally provisionally iixed by the British colonlaj
office as Tanganyika territory.
." Reclaiming Swamp Land.
One of the preatest reclamation
projects in the United States Is to be
seen in process at Kankakee, DL, says
the Automobile Bine Book. Few are
familiar with the Kankakee marshes,
which until recent years constituted
more than l.lmO.ono acres ,of flood
land. The Introduction of a drainage
system has added most of the swamp
land to rh fine farming acreage of
nitnols and Indiana. Agricultural er
Deris estimate the reclaimed land to
he worth more thau $100.0O0.fJO0.
Marvelous Metal Alley.
The magnesium alloy discovered by
the chemists of a Montreal metal com
pany Is said to be only two-thirds the
weight of aluminum and is "as strong
as steel. It Is said to be especially
suitable for pistons and connecting
rods of aero and motor car engines.
It Is to be hoped that some of the
qualities attributed to the new alloy
may, on closer examination be sub substantiated.
stantiated. substantiated. Preparation Required.
. Do you think those bootlegeers ill
actually charge at the rate of $00 a
quart for whUkyT
"Not If tbevve got any business
Intelligence." answered Uncle Bill Bot
tletop. They'll- have to make the
first few drinks cheaper. Nobody In
his sober senses Is going to pay that
much""
The Beautiful Rich.
-What a homely girl !"
Think so? Her uncle left her a
million dollars just a few months
ago."
That so Say, she Isn't so bsX
tokfaft sfter afl.'

UNCLASSIFIED
- ADVERTBElENTS
WANTED. 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;
one month. S3. Payable in advance.
JlIBeO-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 WoodyanL
phone 1C7. 26-lm
WOOD Giles Wood Yard. Seasoned
oak or pine wood for either stove or
fireplace, ?1 and $2 per load. Yard
comer South Main and Third Sts.
Thone 112. 2-22-tf
HOARD AND ROOMS Board and
rooms in private family. Hot and
cold running water in rooms. Call
at 22 N. Sanchez, phone 306. 23-l2t
FOR SALE Twenty million Living-
ston Globe tomato plants at $2 per
1000. Livingston true blue seed. In
5000 lots or more, $1.50 per 1000.
Wauchula Plant Farm, Wauchula,
Fla. 3-1-lm
ijtoMOBILE
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. x 1-6C
rooms wr.h bath308 West Broad-
way ,or phone 452. 2-6t
BARRED PLYMOUTH ROCK Eggs
for hatching, 1.50 for 15. Limited
quantity onlv. R. N. Dosh.' 2-2t
WANTED Male and female white
labor. ADnlv to-Arlo Box Co.. Oak.
Fla. 4-3t
FOR SALE OR TRADE One 8-room
house with all modem conveniences
in high class neighborhood, with
plenty o? 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 modem conven conveniences,
iences, conveniences, rents for $55 a month; lot
large enough for another store and
two bungalows. Witl trade or sell
this property in part or as a wholei
subject to mortgages. Will trade for
first class farm in Florida, Marion
cwunty 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
.NAl'IfcK liKASS ISUVY
Price $2 per hundred settings For
particulars see or address, F. W.
Ditto, Ocala, Fla. 5-t
LOST Light red milk cow; heart
brand, on right hip and side; short
rope attached; white spot one fore forehead.
head. forehead. Send information to "J" care
Star office. 7-t
FURNISHED ROOMS For rent for
light housekeeping! Apply at No.
120 North Sanchez street, or phone
577. 7-3t
WANTED A two or three-room fur
nished flat. M. Volgaris, P. O. box
346, Ocala. 7-3t
WOODMEN OF THE WORLD
Fort King Camp No. 14 meets at
E. of P. hall at 7:30 p. m. every sec
ond and fourth Friday. Visiting sor-
ifins are always welcome.
II. B. Baxter, C. C.
Chas. K. Sage, Clerk.
MARION-DUNN MASONIC LODGE
Marion-Dunn Lodge No. 19, F. & A.
M., meets on the first and third
Ihursday evenings of each month at
7:30 o'clock until further notice.
J. R. Dey, W. M.
B. L. Adams, Secretary.
351
C. Cecil Bryant
PUBLIC ACCOUNTANT
Room 22 Holder-. Block
PHONE 195 OR 332
Arrival and departure of passenger
.Ta;ns at OCALA UNION STATION.
The following schedule figures pub published
lished published as information an-t not guar guaranteed.
anteed. guaranteed. (Eastern Standard Time)
SEABOARD AIR LINE RAILROAD
Lea e Arrlva
:15am Jacksonviile-NTor z:iuam
:od pm
:17 pm
2:If arr.
:15 am
Jacksonville 1 :3s in?
Jacksonville 4:15 pra
Tampa-Manatee-St.
Petersburg
Tampa
Manatee-
:05 ia
:15 am
4:r7pm
:C5pm Tampa-St Petrshrg 4:17 pm
ATLANTIC CtMST LINE R. B B-Leave
Leave B-Leave Arrivs
?:)-Spra Jacksouville-NYork 2:43 am
1:45 pm Jksonville-Gainsville 3:S5 ffm
6:42 am Jksonville-Gnesville 10:13 om
Jf:4Cam SLPetsbrg-Lakeland 2:12 ra
3:35 pm St.Petsbrg-Lakeland 1:25 pra
7:10 am DunnelloD-Wilcox
7:2 am Dunellon-Lkeland lib era
3:2C pm Homosassj 10 pis
10:13pm Leesburg 6:42 sxa
li-tipm Gainesville 11:10 aa
Monday, Wednesday, Friiy.
Tuesday. Thursday- SataruiJ-

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METS:div DMDID ADMID The ORDER 0 main
PDIV1 Main
PAGE1 Page
METS:fptr FILEID
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STRUCT2 other
ODIV1
FILES1