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fair south portion.
TO THE ALLIES
Of the Government of the Netherlands
Why It Cannot Give Hohen Hohen-zollern
zollern Hohen-zollern Up
TIE AND THEN CUTTING OFE
The Hague, Jan. 23. The Dutch
government has refused the demand
of the Allied Powers for extradition
of former Emperor William.
EXPLAIN TO THE ALLIES
Paris, Jan. 23. Holland's reply to
the demand for extradition of Will William
iam William Hohenzollem is expected to be
delivered to the peace conference offic officials
ials officials here today by the Dutch minister.
Explanations of the Dutch position
are said to be given in the note.
FLETCHER MOURNS THE DEATH
OF HIS BOYHOOD FRIEND
Washington, Jan. 23.
Evening Star, Ocala, Fla:
I am shocked and distressed by your
message that our good friend Cham Cham-bliss,
bliss, Cham-bliss, a devoted husband, a patriotic,
constructive citizen, a man of the
highest integrity, has passed away.
My sincere sympathy goes out to all.
Duncan U. Fletcher.
OCALA MOTOR COMPANY
HAS LEASED NEW BUILDING
SOME MORE T
Another Three Days Granted
Slavs in Which to Study Study-About
About Study-About the Adriatic
Paris, Jan. 23. The
ine in which
the Jugo-Slav government must give
a definite reply whether it will accept
the settlement of the Adriatic ques
tion reached by the supreme council? Moscow
hac been extended three days.
Advance of the Bolshevik Forces Has
Made the Famous Peninsula
Politically an Island
London, Jan. 23. Russian
forces have virtually cut off the Cri Crimean
mean Crimean peninsula from the mainland,
according to an official wireless to
I T NG
PLEASES THE POPE
Rome, Jan. 23. An excellent im impression
pression impression was made at the Vatican by
the election of Paul DesChanel as
President of France, according to the
Giornale DTtalia, which says he's
very sympathetic with the holy see.
The newspaper adds that the proba probabilities
bilities probabilities of resumption of diplomatic
relations between the Vatican and
France seem to be increased.
FOCH NOT GOING
DANIELS GIVES BRYAN
A WARM DOSE
Pointed Admonition to the Commoner
that He Isn't Boss of the
C. E. Simmons Manager of New Com Company,
pany, Company, Which Will Handle Sev Several
eral Several Popular Cars
The new building just completed on
North Main street by Mr. B. Goldman
has been leased to the Ocala Motor
Company and will be used as a
garage. The new company, of which
Mr. C. E. Simmons is president, has
taken the agency for the Commerce
line of trucks, the Chevrolet and
Chandler passenger cars in Ocala.
The new company expects to be in
its new quarters about February 1st.
Mr. Simmons' years of experience in
this line of business assures the suc success
cess success of the new venture.
North Main street seems to be the
coming automobile section of Ocala,
as the Auto Sales Company, the
Ocala Motor Company, the Carroll
Motors Company and the Ocala Iron
Works garage are all in that viciinty.
ABOLITIONISTS YET ACTIVE
Ask Kansas Not to Give Up a Crim Criminal
inal Criminal Wanted in Arkansas
Boston, Jan. 23. The National
Equal Rights League has telegraphed
Governor Allen, of Kansas, urging
him not to extradite to Arkansas
Robert Hill, president of the "Pro "Progressive
gressive "Progressive Farmers and Househld
Union," a negro organiaztion said to
have been responsible for the negro
uprising near Elaine, Ark., three
months ago. Hill is under arrest in
POWHATAN'S PASSENGERS ON
THE NORTHERN PACIFIC
Washington, Jan. 23. Secretary
Daniels today took issue with Will William
iam William Jennings Bryan, who stated in
public addresess that Chairman Cum Cum-mings,
mings, Cum-mings, of the democratic national
committee, either should disassociate
himself from Governor Edwards of
New Jersey, elected on a "wet" plat platform
form platform or resign the national commit committee
tee committee chairmanship. Mr. Cummins at attended
tended attended the governor's inaugural din dinner
ner dinner at which the Edwards presidential
boom was launched, and in reply to
Mr. Bryan said he was present only
"as a neutral." Secretary Daniels said
if he were national chairman he
would not hesitate to attend such a
dinner and declared Cummings un
doubtedly would have accepted if the
dir.ner had been to McAdoo, Palmer,
Hoover or any other "noted democrat."
BOARD OF TRADE
A Most Encouraging Report Render Rendered
ed Rendered o Ithe Year's Work and
The annual meeting of the Marion
County Board of Trade was held last
night at the close of a successful
year's work. The organization has
beer aiile to play an important part in
the reconstruction period following
the world war. and begins the new
year with a splendid outlook. Last
night's riveting was devoted to a re review
view review of the woik of the months that
have passed, and to the election of
J Lo.iis W. Duval was re-elected
i president, Mr. John H. Taylro, vice-
president, and Mr. J. M. Thomas,
treasurer, all of Ocala. Members of
tho board of governors who were re reelected
elected reelected were: J. M. Metfert, George
Mi Kay, Max Is;;; on and Rush H.
To Id of Ocala. Ni members of the
beard of governors elected were: R.
S. Rogers. George W. Chaee, Ocala;
Ni'than Mayo, Sir inettield; A. C.
Paris, Jan. 23. Reports that Mar Marshal
shal Marshal Foch was going to Moscow on an
official military mission were official officially
ly officially denied by the government here to today.
day. today. A COUP EXPECTED
Vienna, Jan. 23. There is growing
here the belief that the approaching
Hungarian election will result in the
establishment of a monarchial gov government.
ernment. government. For this reason the activ activities
ities activities of the monarchists in Austria
are being watched closely and there
have been rumors that a reactionary D'owet s, iiiowcrs; (. II. Howell. Low
eU; E. ('. lleuehler, Anthony, and C.
G Rose. Lake Wei). '1 he secretary-
coup would be attempted.
WOMEN VOTE IN JUGO-SLAVIA
Stop! Have you tried Federal Bread,
the "best bread in the world." 20-tf
Desirable farm and city property
for sale by W. W. Condon, owner. Ot
Belgrade, Jan. 23. Women admin administering
istering administering property in their own right
will be permited to vote at the first j
national election in Jugo-Slavia next
month, according to an announcement
by the cabinet.
A BELATED EXPLANATION
Constantinople, Jan. 23. Turkey
entered the war on Germany's side
after the cabinet had decided to join
the Allies, according to a statement
before the secret parliamentary com committee
mittee committee published here. The machina machinations
tions machinations of the war party led by Enver
Pasha, war minister in 1914, were re responsible
sponsible responsible for the change of front.
FIGHTING AT IRKUTSK
Stockholm, Jan. 13. Violent fight fighting
ing fighting is in progress at Irkutsk between
Kolchak partisans and rebels, accord according
ing according to Helsingfors advices.
If it's a Kodak that is wanted, re remember
member remember that Gerig's Drug Store is
the only store in Ocala where you can
get one. All Kodaks are cameras, but
all cameras are NOT Kodaks. 19-tf
ship is not an elect en officer. He is
chosen by the board of directors.
The report of the secretary, Louis
H. Chazal, covered twenty typewrit typewritten
ten typewritten pages. The report was accepted
and the secretary was commended
for his work during the past year. Mr.
George W. Chase, who represented
this section of the state on the organ
izing committee of the new Florida
development board, made a report to
the Board of Trade outlining the pro proposed
posed proposed work of the new organization,
and steps will be taken to have this
part of Florida co-operate in getting
the organization under way. During
the meeting talks were made by Mr.
P. W. Van Valkenburgh, secretary secretary-manager
manager secretary-manager of the Florida State Auto Auto-nubile
nubile Auto-nubile Association, whose annual con convention
vention convention will be held in Ocala Febru February
ary February 3 and 4, and by Mr. M. L. Chad Chad-man,
man, Chad-man, of Lancaster, Pa., and Mr. W.
K Fuller of Tampa, former president
of the Tampa board of trade. These
gentlemen spoke of Marion county's
; wonderful resources, and stated that
the people of Ocala and of the county
did not fully realize what a wonderful
country this section of the state is.
A drive for a larger membership is
EXPORTS OF JAPAN
Rt (obstruction Conditions Favor the
Japanese in the Markets of
British Will Not Tell What They are
Going to Do With Their
London, Jan. 23. Speculation as to
the real purpose behind the war office
older withdrawing British troops from
plebiscite areas in Germany continue
and a full official explantion is de demanded
manded demanded by the newspapers. Inquiries
at the war office have drawn the defi definite
nite definite statement that Great Britain is
not contemplating sending troops to
the Caucasus region or anywhere in
one of the first things to be under undertaken
taken undertaken during the new year.
Svropsis of the Secretary's Annual
The annual report of the secretary
of the Marion County Board of Trade,
read Thursday night, at the annual
meeting of the organization, covers
twenty typewritten pages, and is too
long to print in full. Very briefly the
report is as follows:
In January the work of the Marion
County Board of Trade for 1JMI) be-
On January 2!) endorsed good roads !th -'iJanees imports. The only classes
measure then before Congress.
t As? -Delated F'res.s)
Washington, Jan. 23. Despite the
stta.ly growth of imports from Japan
since the signing f the armistice, of officials
ficials officials of the department of commerce
declare that American markets have
been but little affected by the influx
of oriental goods. Imports from Japan
hf:ve incrcaced mainly in value than
in quantity, it is said.
During the eleven months ending
with November Hl!, the latest avail available
able available figures. America imported goods
valued at S-MT, 130,1 87 from Japan,
compared with $2;i,2Gf,.ri02 in 1918
and 2:;8jr)r,o,.-,l7 in li17.
One reason for the increase in im im-poits
poits im-poits is the .-hipping facilities, now
available, officials declare, though
Japan's expansion in foreign trade is
legaided a- general. Japanese goods
which are sent to thiscountry, howT howT-ever,
ever, howT-ever, are of the cheaper grades, it is
said and i not compete with the high
class American manufactures. Low
g'.do paper and cotton goods, tea,
vegetable oils, silk and bamboo man manufactures
ufactures manufactures are said to form the bulk of
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New York, Jan. 23. The transport
Northern Pacific, which rescued the
passengers on the disabled transport
Powhatan yesterday, is due here to tomorrow,
morrow, tomorrow, according to a wireless. The
Powhatan is being towed to Halifax.
SEISMIC TROUBLE IN MEXICO
HAS NOT SUBSIDED
Mexico City, Thursday, Jan. 22.-
Strong earthquake shocks were felt
in the city of Vera Cruz from three
to five o'clock this morning. There
were no casualties although some
buildings were damaged. Reports
state the tremors demolished at
Ccurztlan all structures not destroyed
in the earthquake of Jan. Gth.
IN ROAD CONSTRUCTION
A-- -i tated Presi)
Harrisburg. Pa ... Jan. 23. Pennsyl
vrnia led the nation in 1919 in mile mile-are
are mile-are of contracts let for road construc
tion, according to the state highway
department. Up to Jan. 1 the state
awarded contracts for the building of
079.20 miles of durable highways. Its
nearest competitor was Illinois which
contracted for 510.70 miles. Pennsyl Pennsylvania's
vania's Pennsylvania's 1920 program calls for the
construction of approximately 800
m?les of roads. The department says
that Pennsylvania is far ahead of
other states in the organization it has
perfected to build durable highways.
The most complete line of Thermos
Bottles we have ever displayed. Come
in and see them. Gerig's Drug
Hear Ttols (Great Soldier r
e Methodist Church
-iy,ifc-;.,,!,lu. n 1
Col. Dan Morgan Smith
Soldiers Who Wanted to Fight in
France and Soldiers Who Did Fight in
France are Especially Invited.
Colonel Smith, Commanding "The
Battalion ol Death" went into the Bat Battle
tle Battle ot Si. Mihiel with 1120 Men and
came out With 327.
Colonel Smith will tell ol the actual
experiences of this famous "Battalion
of Death" on the battlefield.
Under Auspices o! the Anti Anti-Saloon
Saloon Anti-Saloon League o!
Membership drive obtained 282
The present secretary took up his
office April 1, 1919. In publicity alone
the Board of Trade has justified its
existence the past year. There have
been few days that the secretary has
not written copy for newspapers,
magazines or booklets.
A small folder was prepared to be
used until the new booklet of the city
and county is available. The United
States Railroad Administration was
furnished data for an article to be
published in the Travel Gazette Mag Magazine.
azine. Magazine. Photographs and copy were
furnished for the railroad adminis administration's
tration's administration's agricultural and tourist
booklets of Florida.
Data was furnished the Blue Book
automobile guide for its 1919-20 edition.
Data and photographs were fur furnished
nished furnished the Florida Grower for an il illustrated
lustrated illustrated article on Ocala and Mar Marion
ion Marion county, which appeared December
A new illustrated booklet of the city
and county is in course of prepara preparation.
tion. preparation. Toward this the city has ap appropriated
propriated appropriated $500.
The best photographs ever made in
Ocala and the county have been secur secured
ed secured for the new booklet.
The secretary prepared a two-page
article for the Florida Guide of 1919.
The Atlantic Coast Line railroad
has been furnished thirteen typewrit-
en pages of data on Ocala and Mar
ion county, to be published in the 1920
edition of the Industrial Freight
Shippers' and Buyers' Guide.
Tho Florida Motorist was furnished
photographs and an article for its
Arrangements were made for the
of manufactures in which' Japan and
the United States are on a competi competitive
tive competitive footine: arc toys and a few novel novelties
ties novelties in which the two countries now
lead the world, officials say. k
The constant increase in Japan's ex export
port export trade not only with the United
States but with the world indicates a
heavy demand will be made in the far
east for American machinery and me mechanical
chanical mechanical devices, experts declare.
Japan, it is said, can maufacture
cheaply low grade goods but must
import machinery with -which to do
it. Trade experts seem to concede
that Japan will control the trade of
the far east in the cheaper lines but
they believe the demand for Amer American
ican American manufacturing machinery and
office appliances will keep step with
the growth of Japanese trade.
No invasion of the American mar-
jkets by Japanese manufactures is ex
pected by trade exjerts of the de department
partment department of commerce. At present
jpan has the advantage over Euro European
pean European experts, they May, because of the
unsettled conditions brought on by
the war. But when the industries of
Europe have readjusted themselves a
return of the normal flow of imports
into the United States is looked for.
F( r the next few years Japan's pro progress
gress progress as a manufacturing nation will
be almost wholly alon gthe lines of
lur peculiar domestic products and
low grade manufactures, it is said.
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maKing OX a CUrimgiiaiH-rdrai.iuuai, Wr.mnn rinh nnH
motion picture oi Oliver springs anu
he Oklawaha river.
Arrangements have been made for
a page of pictures and text on Ocala
to appear in "Picturesque Florida," a
deluxe album of the state.
In January photographs were made
by Mr. Hale Kirk, noted photographer
of New York city, which will be used
in national magazines and newspap
Cuts, photographs and "copy" have
been furnished the Florida Motorist
for its January issue.
Springs retained as part of the city,
with a view of obtaining lower freight
rates in Ocala, Fla.
During legislature opposed office
of "commissioner of immigration and
publicity." Opposed bill providing for
protection of roads and bridges of the
county, on the ground that the meas measure
ure measure was too drastic.
j During week of May 12, co-operated
put on a
celan-up campaign in city.
On Tuesday, May C, held public
market day in Ocala.
Educational committee made a cam campaign
paign campaign to secure 3-mill tax in the
county to place teachers' salaries on a
plane with those of other counties,
and to provide other needs of schools.
Tnc; levy was not secured, but im improvement
provement improvement in the status of teachers
Was instrumental in reorganizing
j Orala Motor Club, which has earned
The secretary served as a member h.
1 1 t C l, All 11 1 V
of a state committee co-operating
with the railroad administration in its
national advertising of Florida.
Over 800 letters have been written,
not including form letters and circulars.
Co-operated with the local camp
Woodmen of the World in entertain-
Committee compiled a list of Mar Marion
ion Marion county men who were in service
iduring the world war.
Put Ocala "over the top" in the
drive for associate membership in the
Scouts of America.
I Civic committee undertook beauti-
IfiCttlon of union station plaza. Se-
icuifd a survey and estimate of the
ing the state convention.
ai instrumental m rom the rairoad3 but had the
tnere was no chancre in time in Ocala! ..
in the case of laylight saving during
; proposition turned down by the rail-
th? summer. j
Endorsed abolition of the state con-;
vicr lease system and the placing of;
all able-bodied convicts on the roads. I
f x- -Tk Tl
r --------- --- -y ; I'iaced attractive signs at every
epresentatives to dinner given ic." e
D. U. Fletcher, in Leesburg, i r
roads. This will be taken up again
when the railroads are turned over to
Was instrumental in organizing
the Marion County Real Estate Ex-
Oi iawaha river.
. t- i ;i.-:t.- and visitors,
appointed, which. i rfimm;ftco moJa
worked for a freight line, but did not;campai tQ hRve CQUnt take oyer
receive much encouragement. Secre-i Jhe movQmt:nt di( not meet w5th
tr.ry considers this one of the most fi a and the cornmittee recom-m-portant
things affecting city and. rdeJ & t election tQ decide the
.Mr. n. L. martin oi ucaia gener-;
ously offered free site for dockage on
Made campaign to retain the office
of county agricultural agent.
Co-operated with counties along the! it gtate fa- which resulted in the
fceaboard railroad m having highway! :nrAn 5PrnTlfl r,rornhim
from Ocala to Tampa designated as a
Was instrumental in having Silver
Held four-day motorcade into South
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OCALA EVENING STAR, FRIDAY, JANUARY 23, 1920
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never took out of his soul his love for
ihj broad acres and the woodlands of
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Z. C. CHAMBLISS
Ocala is deeply saddened today, and
with good reason, for it has lost one
of its best citizens and most progress progressive
ive progressive men.
After a !on and painful illness,
which he has borne with cheerfulness
and fortitude, Mr. Z. C. Chambliss
passed away at his home on Fort King
avenue at one o'clock this morning.
His funeral services will take place at
the Baptist church, at half-past three
tomorrow afternoon and interment
will be made in Greenwood.. The ac active
tive active pallbearers will bo J. M. Thomas,
DeWitt Griflin, T. I). Lancaster Jr.,
R. T. Stroud, C. P. Chazal and Richard
Dewey. Honorary pallbearers: T. T.
Munroe, W. S. Mullock, (i. S. Scott,
George MacKay, Louis R. Chazal, E.
L. Carney, William Gist, A. E. Gerig,
William Hocker, John L. Edwards, J.
M. Meffert. Jake Brown, S. IL Gaits Gaits-kill,
kill, Gaits-kill, Frank Harris and James II. Ben Benjamin.
jamin. Benjamin. Mr. Chambliss was born r7 years
ago on a plantation near Forsyth, Ga.,
son of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas E. Cham Chambliss.
bliss. Chambliss. He was educated in private
s-'.hools and at Gordon Institute,
Barnswell, Ga. In 188.' Mr. Chambliss
was married to Miss Sallie Inman, of
Davisboro, Ga. In 188-") Mr. and Mrs.
Chambliss moved to Florida. Mr.
Cl.ambliss entered the mercantile bus business
iness business at Stanton, on Lake Weir, Mar Marion
ion Marion county, and became at this time,
akso, connected with the Buff tun Loan
& Trust Company. Mr. and Mrs.
Chambliss then moved to Ocala, where
they have made their home for thirty
years. Mr. Charnohss is survived by
his widow, and three sisters, Mrs. W.
E. Zellner of Amarillo, Texas, Mrs.!
C. J. Zellner of Forsyth, Ga., and Mrs. i
R. II. Holmes of Culloden, Ga., who
was with her brother when he died.
Mr. Chambliss was a member of(
the Primitive Baptist church of Plant
City. He was a member of the
Knights of Pythias, Woodmen of the
World and Fraternal Aid Union, and
a member of the Ocala Rotary Club
and other organizations.
In 1897 Mr. Chambliss formed a
partnership with Mr. T. T. Munroe,
establishing a banking business as
Munroe & Chambliss, Bankers. In
lt'07 the firm took out a state charter
as the Munroe & Chambliss Bank, Inc.,
and when the federal reserve system
was started in 1914 the bank secured
a national charter and became The
Munroe & Chambliss National Bank.
The holdings of Mr. Chambliss and
Mr. Munroe outside of the banking
business were operated under the
firms of Chambliss & Co. and Howell
& Chambliss, the latter partnership
with Mr. C. B. Howell, of Lowell.
Relatives have been notified by
telegraph. Rev. W. II. Crouse, of
Fitzgerald. Ga., former pastor of the
Primitive Baptist church of Plant
City, and Rev. W. II. Wrighton, of
Yaldosta, Ga... former pastor of the
First Baptist church, Ocala, have also
been notified, and are expected to
reach Ocala in time for the funeral.
Mr. Chambliss has been with us so
long that most of those who know him
think of him as a native Floridian,
and he well might he when we con consider
sider consider how well he has worked and
planned for his adopted state. He
was one of thoe typical Georgians
the character of whom some of that
state's famous authors would have
loved to depict. He was shrewd yet
kirdly, just but genial; a successful
business man who rejoiced in helping
others to be successful. He has done
many things since vraing to Marion
county thirty years ago. but his chief
business nn.nuivo.-nt is the Munroe &
Chambliss Bank, which he and his
partner. Mr. T. T. Munroe. have built
un from a little check-cashing office
and exchange amid the financial ruins
of the town, into cite of the tiongest
and capital to spare, he began farm farming,
ing, farming, not so much for the money in it
as for the congeniality of the occupa occupation,
tion, occupation, and because he saw that in up-to-date
farming and its kindred pursuits
lay the hope and foundation of the
prosperity of his home county and
town. He has not been a fancy
fairner; he would not have considered
that he was doing his community a
seivice by anything that looked like
ornamental work, and so he has in
sisted on business success in this as in
all other things to which he turned
his hand, and how well he planned
ar d labored and what an example he
set is written indelibly on the face of
Mr. Chambliss was a sincere pat
riot. During the war, he made eve
ivthing else subordinate to the serv service
ice service of his country. In the mighty
work of floating the liberty loans, he
was a wheelhorse; the Red Cross and
United War Work also had his effic efficient
ient efficient and devoted help.
Mr. Chambliss was not of a strong
physique, and that his friends mourn
his loss today is principally owing to
tho fact that his devotion to patriotic
and business duties overtaxed his
sbength. He was so efficient and re reliable
liable reliable that he was always among the
first that every public work or new
bu&iness enterprise appealed to. He
fr.ithfully tried to meet every de demand.
mand. demand. Time and time again he sent
himself by overwork to a sick bed,
only to rise again and resume work
as soon as he had recovered part of
From his boyhood, Mr. Chambliss
has been a member of a 'church of
strong but simple faith, trying to fit
its tenets close to Bible teachings, and
with unquestioning loyalty he has ob
served its principles. His life has been
one of those which have proven there
is more earthly joy in the straight
but clean and quiet road that it fel fellows
lows fellows than in the flower-bordered
paths where pleasure takes prece precedence
dence precedence of duty.
From the day of its first issue, Mr.
Chambliss has been numbered among
the Star's friends, and there is not
one on its staff, who does not feel per personal
sonal personal sorrow in his death.
till'ery, field signal battalion and ma
The division is located a short from
the attractive city of Atlanta, wherein
may be found every form of amuse amusement
ment amusement and pleasure known to a large
and hustling city. The commanding
general of the division is personally
pushing the scheme to put athletics ;
on a plane never before reached in the
aimy. The drill period (about two;
hours in the morning) is devoetd to a
smart and snappy set of movements.
After this, comes school sessions. If :
the drill period should interfere with
the school then the drill is set aside.
Nothing much interfere with the or orderly
derly orderly and efficient conduct of the vo vocational
cational vocational and educational schools. The
afternoon is devoted to athletics and
amusements for those who remain in
its kind in the state. The recovery of
Ocala fron. its disasters of the nine nineties,
ties, nineties, and pre-erv.-it ion fionl the worst
evils of the l9'7 panic were largely
due to the fure-ight and sagacity of
these two men, and the confidence
people had in their bank.
Mr. Chambliss was a country boy;
JOINING THE ARMY
In connection with the great drive
for recruits now being conducted by
the United States army, it will not be
amiss to discuss the advantages and
opportunities that await the young
fellow who will "take on" for a year.
The old erroneous idea that the
army was more or less of a refuge
for human misfits is fast being eradi eradicated,
cated, eradicated, for in no other line of endeavor
today can we find an employed who
is devoting so much time, money and
energy to the mental and physical de development
velopment development of his employees. The
young men who enlist today, in addi addition
tion addition to the valuable military training,
receive a complete course in some
trade or profession, of their own se selection.
lection. selection. At Camp Gordou, Ga., we find a
typical army camp, embracing at pres present
ent present the famous Fifth Division (regu (regulars),
lars), (regulars), whose brilliancy tn combat at
St. Mihiel and in the crossing of the
Mouse river is now a matter of his
A vocational and educational train-;
ing center has been established at
Camp Gordon, and every man in the
camp desirous of preparing himself
for the keen competition of civilian
life, is given the opportunity to re receive
ceive receive individual consideration from
skilled instructors. To the uninform uninformed,
ed, uninformed, this may sound uninteresting and
unimportant, but the thoughtful citi citizen,
zen, citizen, Nvith his attention riveted on the
country-wide unrest of the day, will
read with interest the news that no
less a power than Uncle Sam himself
ha?- started in motion an idea that is
destined to revolutionize the educa educational
tional educational system of the nation.
Congress has appropriated an im
mense sum of money to be aseel in the
establishment and maintenance of vo
cational ana educational centers m
various parts of the country in army
camps. At Camp Gordon, every con
ceivable trade is being taught by skill
ed army and civilian instructors. In
th: short period of one enlistment, a
man of average mentality, but desir
ous of acquiring a trade or profession
that will fit him to take his place in
society as a producer rather than a
consumer, may thoroughly equip him
self for his life task. An example of
the working of the system is given
here: If a man applies for a course
m electrical work, it will firBt be as
certained whether he has the funda fundamental
mental fundamental education necessary to insure
his ultimate success in that trade. If
not, there is; a school where he may
prepare, and upon completion of his
preliminary course, present himself at
the electrical school. The army of to today
day today is catering to that class of young
men without a trade or profession,
who finds himself in these days of
dizzy expense totals with only a dol dollar
lar dollar or two in his pocket at the end of
the month, and who is really desirous
of climbing the ladder.
An enlistment of one or three years
in the Fifth Division at Camp Gor Gordon,
don, Gordon, with the incidental enrollment
at the schools, should provide the
ft undation of a life of usefulness to
many a man who today finds the going
a little hard on the outside.
Every branch of the service is rep represented
resented represented in the Fifth Division, includ including
ing including infantry, artillery, motor- trans transport
port transport service, quartermaster, field ar-
There is probably nothing in the
world that is quite so satisfying to a
mother, as the love of a young and
Have you greeted a newcomer to today
day today with a cheery smile and a hearty
handshake? If you haven't, you have
neglected your duty as a citizen of
One of the little things Ocala can
really boast of it that within her city
limits is a man who has read Web
ster's dictionary through several
Our idea of a mollycoddle is a fellow
who washes the dishes while his wife
Man with all his faults is loved by
woman still, because ther are no other
Hofmann is quoted as being charm
ed with all he has seen in Florida but
is greatly disappointed because there
is not enough music here. If he is
tred of our mocking birds' melodies,
Mi. Hofmann should visit Silver
Springs on a moonlit night in June
and listen to the "Fat Po-Joes" warble
on a dead live oak limb. Maybe he'd
get an ear full than.
The exchanges are devoting much
space to the news item telling how
Mrs. Isabella Cram piloted a four four-mast
mast four-mast schooner across the Atlantic,
after the death of her husband, Nvho
was the commander. Of course the
plucky woman deserves all the praise
she may receive, but how many wom women
en women pilot the "family ship" from the
time they are married to the day of
their death, navigating the difficult
waters, receiving condemnation in instead
stead instead of commendation to which they
We are told, and have investigated
and found it true., that in the south southwestern
western southwestern section of the town and with within
in within the city limits, there has been for
the past several weeks a veritable
camp of tramps. Not lowdown look looking,
ing, looking, sick, measly fellows, but big,
brawny, strong and well-dressed men.
Third ward citizens have had many
visitations for "the tribe" as beggars
and pilferers, day and night, yet they
have been unmolested by the police
and as far as we know they are still
basking in the shadows of the Gary
Funny, isn't it, that man is never
hurt by a falling sunbeam, but if a
barrel of moonshine hits him in the
bread basket, there's little hop.
We went to a specialist a few days
since for a massage and the good,
consoling doctor said: "My dear, have
no fear; the face doesn't betray the
years until the mind gives consent.
The mind is the sculptor whether you
are sixteen or sixty-six. A persons
grows old by thinking he is old. As
you thinketh in your heart so you will
The injunction of every women's
magazine is "to plant a hen." Almost
any family can support six hens, even
at the present cost of living. And if
any considerable portion of families
should maintain that many hens the
price of eggs Nvould tumble merrily.
Marion county at this season of the
year is blessed with much beauty and
an abundance of flowers and tropical
plants and unending green. Every Everywhere
where Everywhere one turns there is something
pretty and pleasing to greet the eye,
but Ocala keeps her greatest and most
gcrgeous moments until the end of
the day, as the sun slips down behind
the towering pines linking the glories
of the Creator and our lives as one.
Wednesday the sunset views were the
most radiant of the mid-winter sea season
son season The beauty of the sinking sun
against a purple sky, with its strokes
of most delicate tints of blue and pink
and rose, gold and grey surmounted
with a radiant red and orange were
beauties unrivaled. Watching the sun
go down is a ceremony, a miracle,
taken too much for granted by chil children
dren children and older folks of today, and
especially in Florida where Nve have
both time ami space to watch its com coming
ing coming over the seas through the mists of
breaking day and its going to rest
through a pool of throbbing flams of
gold and silver. It is the after reflec reflections
tions reflections and the lights and shadows that
gives to us that satisfaction of soul
indescribably sweet and sacred.
A little girl inquired recently at a
certain library for "The Four Horses
jof the Eucalyptus," also "The Milk
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Never in the world were there dough doughnuts
nuts doughnuts like Calumet doughnuts. In no others
will you find that toothsome, tender goodness.
It's the same with all bakings.
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eat and good for you, because this 30 year favorite of
leaveners is absolutely pure in both can and baking.
Leaves no harmful residue. Contains only such in ingredients
gredients ingredients as have been officially approved by United
Stages Food Authorities.
Made in the largest, cleanest, most modern Baking
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Highest quality most
dependable Baking Powder
possible to produce. You
save when you buy
it moderate in
price. You save
when you use it
V Cm super, 1 Egg. 3 Level tea-
spovns shortening, 1 Level tea teaspoon
spoon teaspoon sal!, Cup milk or water,
kV-i Level teaspoons Calumet Bak
ing I 'ou der, 2V Level cups flour.
Lemon end mace flavor
knur to make than Cr.am unrmr and
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Then nlil milk. Neil mix in flourtuid Um.
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therefore you use less. You
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Most complete and dependable re- iZ'-'-?
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of helps in reducing household fefirVfJ
expense. Scores of selected le- f ; -r-i
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ter better foods. Send slip found i.ican f
Calamet and 3 2-o-iit iUmpt t'j h :p
cover cost of packing anj mn:I;ntf.
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ano Asparagus Lost." Which reminds
us of the mountaineer tfoing one day
into Asheville's most pojular Look
shop and asking for "To (jit and to
Speakinir ai-ainst women smoking,
vc observe that Supreme Court Jus Justice
tice Justice Mullen of New York has within
the past few days officially decreed
cigarette smoking by women is not
hv.moral. "Some of the best women in
the world smoke cigarettes," he de
clares. Maybe he knows what he is
talking about, but we know that the
best women in this county and city do
not smoke cigarettes.
If you want Candy, ana want really
good candv, come and see our lines.
Nunnally's', "The Candy of the South,"
Guth's, "Made in Baltimore," and Lig Lig-gett's,
gett's, Lig-gett's, "Made in Boston." Boxes large
and small. Gerig's Drug tSore. 12-tf
Negotiable Storage Receipts Issued on Cotton, Automobiles, Etc
MOVE, PACK, SHIP
LONG DISTANCE MOVING
Next sale will take place Tuesday,
January 27th. Will pay 12 Uc for
tops. Get in early, as train leaves at
two p. m.
23-2t OCALA STOCKYARD.
Careful Estimates made on all Con Contract
tract Contract work. Gives More and Better
Work for the Money than any other
contractor in the city.
OAK and PINE
Cut to Any Length
In subdivision and sale of
farms and plantations, also
city property, disolution of
partnership and adminsfra adminsfra-tfon
tfon adminsfra-tfon sale.
We are the people that sell
farms and lots of farms and
lots, my! my! If you want to
sell your farm list it with us
and kiss it flood-by.
Home Office Ansley Hotel
Jno. P. Oglesby,
OCALA EVENING STAR, mi DAY, JANUARY 23, 1920
18 ROOM HOUSE
To Close Out Estate
Located on quarter-acre
lot one block from Postoffice,
cheap at $3000. Price will
be reduced $10 per day until
PRICE TODAY $2940
If interested see me at once
FRANK W. DITTO
Real Estate Ocala, Fla.
If you have
any society items,
The many friends of Mr. Ray Fore
are glad to see him out again after
several weeks of illness.
Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Kirby were
among some of the Ocalans at Gaines Gainesville
ville Gainesville yesterday, witnessing the races.
Rev. and Mrs. J. G. Glass of Or Orlando
lando Orlando were in the city yesterday, visit visiting
ing visiting some of their many friends here.
Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Camp leave
this afternoon for a short visit to
For All Classes) Of
Stone, Brick, Wood,
J. D. McCaskill
Phone 446. 728 Wenon St.
Miss Frances Tarver leaves tomor tomorrow
row tomorrow afternoon for Jacksonville, where
she will spend the next few days with
The members of the Baraca class
of the Baptist church were host3 last
evening to a delightful oyster sup supper
per supper given at the residence of Mr. and
Mis. John L. Edwards.
Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Gerig and
daughter, Margaret, and Miss Kate
Gamsby will motor to Jacksonville
Monday to hear Josef Hoffman's concert.
Mr. LeLand Akin of Cleveland, O.,
is in the city visiting his mother and
sister, Mrs. Joseph Akin and Mrs. J.
Mclver & MacKay
Mr. R. A. Burford has purchased a
handsome Studebaker car from Mr.
Philip G. Murphy, the agent for same
in this county.
Mr. and Mrs. Lester Lucas and Miss
Maude Keeffe will return from theii
short visit to Jacksonville this afternoon.
curred last Sunday at the Methodist
parsonage in jacK.-onviiie. .ur. jit.ii,
with his parents, made Ocala his home j
during his boyhood and was popularise
with a large circle of friends, who are j i
looking forward to a visit from himj
and his bride. Mr. Stein has a poi-j:
tion with Smith. Richards & Conroyjtft
of Jacksonville. Mrs. Stein i one of
Jacksonville's most accomplished and
pretty young women. Congratulations
and best wishes for a happy and pros prosperous
perous prosperous married life are extended to
The Thursday auction club held an
interesting meeting yesterday after afternoon
noon afternoon with Mrs. F. H. Logan at her
home on Oklawaha avenue. Mrs. Har
ry Borland and Mrs. Harvey Clark
were the invited guests playing with
the club members, and after the
games the hostess served her guests
refreshments of chicken salad, crack crackers
ers crackers coffee and candy. The high scor scorers
ers scorers of the afternoon were Mrs. Logan,
Mrs. Schreiber and Mrs. George Ford.
THESE SPECIALS GOOD FOR
Gold Medal Flour
Gold Medal Flour
Famous Fox River Butter
(Not over two pounds to a customer)
Rev. J. E. Wallace, pastor of the
Tatnali Presbyterian church of Ma Macon,
con, Macon, Ga., will preach, morning and
evening at the Presbyterian church
Mr. Baker and family of Bluefield,
West Va., are spending the winter in
the city, and are comfortably located
UNDERTAKERS and EMBALMERS at the Florida House.
PHONES 47. 104. Z9S
Mr. Fred Bowyer returned early
this morning to his home in Tampa
after two days spent in the city, the
guest of Mr. Norman Home.
A. E. GERIG
Mr. Norman Horne accompanied by
Misses Ellen Stripling and Callie Gis
sendaner and his guest, Mr. Bowyer
ot lampa. attended the races in
Mr. Ben Rheinauer has gone to New
York, where he will be for the next
few weeks in the interest of Rhein
Kingan's Reliable Bacon
sliced in pound pkgs..
The many friends in this city of Mr.
Harry Stein of Jacksonville, will be
much interested to hear of his mar marriage
riage marriage to Miss Edith Lindly, which oc-
The CASH AND CARRY STORE
Opposite Post Office
Florida Pack Tomatoes
30c. Tins Red Ring Rhubarb
No 3 tins
55c. Tins Hunt's California
Table Peaches, per tin
20c. Tins Sugar Corn,
Hecker's Cream Oat Meal
Hecker's Self Rising Buck Buckwheat,
wheat, Buckwheat, package
Hecker's Pancake Flour
A SURE WAY TO SAVE ON TIRES
Let us vulcanize all ot your old used
tires which can possibly ne saved in
tfiis way. Our vulcanizing process
positively prolongs the life of both
tires and tubes. Figure it out for
yourself and you will see what a big
saving we can create for you in your
PYLES & PERKINS CO. ;
- (Successors to E. C. Jordan & Co.)
Funeral Directors and Embalmers :
Calls Answered Promptly, Day or Night J
117 East Oklawaha Avenue
RESIDENCE PHONE 225
Arrival and Departure of passenger
trains at OCALA UNION STATION.
The following schedule figures pub
lished as information and not guar-1
(Eastern Standard Time) J
SEABOARD AIR LINE RAILROAD I
2:15 am Jacksonville-N'York 2:10 am
1:55 pm Jacksonville ltdUpm
4:05 pm Jacksonville 4:25 pm
2:15 am Tampa z:iiam
2:15 am Manatee- 3:35 pm
Onm Tampa-Manatee 1:35 pm
ITampa-St. P'tersbrg 4:05 pm
ATLANTIC COAST LINE RAILROAD
212 pm Jacksonville-N'York 3:15 am
1:45 pm J'ksonville-Ga'nsville 3:35 pm
642 am J'ksonville-G'nesvile 10:13 pm
3-18 am St.Pet'sbrg-Lakeland 2:12 am
3:35 pm St.Pet'sbrg-Lakeland 1:25 pm
7:10 am Dunnellon-Wilcox
7:25 am Dun'ellon-LTcelnd 11:03 pm
3:25 pm Homosassa 1:30 pm
10:13 pm Leesburg 6:42 am
4:45 Dm Gainesville 11:50 am
Monday, Wednesday, Friday.
Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday.
HUNTER'S AUTO EXCHANGE
TOPS New, covered, patched and coated with a
pateut wax paste that makes old tops absolutely
PAINTING Autos painted, striped and finished
in best of material.
UPHOLSTERING We are prepared to give you
satisfactory service in upholstering backs, seats
TIMES, TUBES, GAS and OILS
Let us repair, paint and upliolster yourjear,
so you can enjoy It yourself, or sell to an
AUTOS BOUGHT, SOLD and REPAIRED
J. W. HUNTER
AAQQ SOUTH MAGNOLIA STREET
HJ CdlCl OLD METROPOLITAN THEATER
Am Afifteir Emwotoiry Sal
Women's Silk and Wool Dresses
Including a good variety of modish styles in Pastel
Shades and Dark Colorings, expertly taileured from
Taffetas Crepe de Chenes
and Wool Serges
CHARGES FOR ALTERATION ALL SALES FINAL
Still a Goodly Member ot Women's
Suits and Coats at Halt Price
With the makets continually rising an indication of a
higher market next Fall, we feel these gannentsjare
a good investment. The colors aoe staple and the
styles conservative, while the materials are best ob ob-tdinable
tdinable ob-tdinable at the prices.
New Arrivals in
and Silk Tissues
Wonderful Patterns and colorings
that breathe the very breath of
Spring and greatly enteuse you
to purchasing not only one but
Also new Madras and Percale
shirtings and printed Voiles,
Spring Arrivals in
Night Gowns in plain and figured
pink, blue and white.
Combinations in pink and white.
Petticoats in pink and white.
Drawers and Corset ('overs in
Beautifully embroidere in colors
and trimmed in lace.
MtoeMaiiiiieiP : Compaey
W. R. Pedrick
J. H. Spencer
THE OCALA GAS ENGINE WORKS
Local Agents for the Old Reliable
Announces that they are now Handling Storage Batteries and
maintain a fully equiped service station for recharging batteries.
Complete line of GOODYEAR and UNITED STATES Tires and
Tubes. All kinds of Automobile Accessories, and a full line of
parts for the BUICK.
Acetylene Welding Our Specialty
OCALA GAS ENGINE WORMS
SPENCER & PEDRICK, Proprietors.
" When Better Automobiles Are Built Buick Will Build Them
Ocklavvaha Avenue and Osceola St. Ocala, Florida
If you want Ivory Pyralin goods, Waterman's Ideal Fountain Pens on If it's a Kodak that is wanted, re re-come
come re-come "in and inspect the large display sale every7 day at Gerig's Drug Store, member thtt Gerig's Drug Store is
we have. You can get a small piece or tho only stc:e in Ocala where you can
a complete Toiht Set. Lots jf odd All customers of Federal Bread are get one. All Kodaks are cameras, but
piece?. Gerig's 7 rug Store. 12-tf satisfied customers. Ask them. tf all cameras are NOT KODAKS. 12-tf
OCALA EVENING STAR,
FRIDAY, JANUARY 23, 192C
HANK WILL CLOSE AT TWO
STORKS WILL HE SHUT
Out of respect for the memory of
the late Mr. Z. C. (.hambliss, the mer merchants
chants merchants of the city have agreed to close
their .store.-: during the hour of his
funeral, from half-past three to half half-past
past half-past four, tomorrow afternoon.
this morning", o; this
. Burnett, a prominent
ala, is a visitor to Lake Lake-the
the Lake-the guest of his friend,
S t e v e n s La k e 1 a rid Tel e
To Our Patrons:
We will close tomorrow, Saturday,
at two instead of three o'clock, in
order that the office force may attend
thf funeral of Mr. Chambliss, which
takes place at three-thirty o'clock.
Munroe & Chambliss National Bank.
HOARD OF TRADE
M LET I Mi OF FARMERS
(Continued from First Page)
The many friends of Mrs. C. L. Bit Bit-tirger
tirger Bit-tirger wilf be glad to hear that she is
improving after a severe months' illness.
Friends of Mr. J. D. McCaskill have
for some time been insisting that he
become a candidate for county tax as assessor,
sessor, assessor, but he asks the Star to an announce
nounce announce that he will positively not be
a candidate fur this office.
The Friendship Wesley Bible class
of the Methodist church held a busi business
ness business meeting at the home of their
teacher, Mrs. L. N. Green, Thursday
evening. After the transaction of
business a social hour was enjoyed.
State Senator Shephard of Pomona,
president of the State Farmers' Union,
will address an open meeting of
fanners and citizens at the court
house this evening at 7:30 o'clock.
Senator Shephard's subject will be j
"Fanner's Organizations." The pub-)
lie is invited.
HARRINGTON II ALL ARRIVALS
Mr. and Mrs. Chas. K. Bayliss and
the former's mother and sister of Mi Miami,
ami, Miami, who have been visiting friends at
Cotton Plant for the past two weeks,
passed through town this morning on
their return home.
Health is better than wealth. Help
the Parent-Teacher Association pro provide
vide provide play apparatus for the school
The following were among the out
of town shoppers seen on the streets
tcday: Mrs. R. R. Crang, Lowell; Miss
Verda Proctor, Summerfield; Miss
Geneva McCully, Fellowship; Mrs. J.
M. Douglas, Weirsdale; Mrs. S. P.
Marsh, Fort McCoy, and Miss Nina
J. C. Baldwin, P. H. Johnson. Jack Jacksonville;
sonville; Jacksonville; Alexander Sprunt, Charles Charleston;
ton; Charleston; O. F. Vance, Macon; Asa Alex Alexander,
ander, Alexander, M. K. Ford, M. F. Staton. At Atlanta;
lanta; Atlanta; T. P. Lameraux, Tampa; E. J.
Fife, Atlanta; C. N. Judge, Birming Birmingham;
ham; Birmingham; O. A. Love, Orlando; F. E.
Thornton, Atlanta; B. S. Coop, Geor Georgia;
gia; Georgia; C. W. Cooper. Evansville, Ind.;
II. L. Reinhagan, Jacksonville; W. H.
Shelton and wife, E. H. Cone and
wife, Atlanta; J. E. Hull, Jackson Jacksonville;
ville; Jacksonville; II. R. Fuller, Tampa; Walter P.
Fuller, Tampa; D. C. Cooper and
Oxford, Ala.; II. W. Wilkerson, L. A.
Turnipseed, Atlanta; W. L. Lehman,
Jacksonville; A. L. Sparkman, Plant
City; R. L. Lupo, Moultrie, Ga.; F.
Dub, Buffalo, N. Y.; F. P. Lane and
vife, J. S. Shallcross. W. M. Allen,
St. Petersburg; P. K. Van Valken Valken-burgh,
burgh, Valken-burgh, Orlando; T. C. Brown, Tampa;
W. P. Bava, Jacksonville; Francis
Greenlid and wife, Stanford, Conn
W. S. Clayton and wife, High Point,
N. C; Mrs. Edes Horrocks, Brooklyn;
L. E. Anderson and wife, New York;
W. M. Jennings, London, England; C.
V. Turner, Boston.
Healthy children mean a
On account of the death of Mr.
Chambliss, the Rotary Club, of which
he was a valued member, did not have
its weekly luncheon today.
On account of the death of Mr.
Chambliss, Miss Blair Woodrow has
cancelled engagements for her weekly,
dance, which was to have been held at
the Ocala House this evening.
Next sale will take place Tuesday,
January 27th. Will pay 12 Mc. for
tops. Get in early, as train leaves at
two p. m.
23-2t OCALA STOCKYARD.
Florida in co-operation with the Ocala ;
Motor Club and Rotary Club. I
Co-operated in movement to organ-
i:e Florida development board, a!
slate-wide body for the development
of Florida. ;
Worked for a system of good roads,
co-operating with county good roads
committee and county commissioners,
providing much valuable publicity.
j Co-operated in a movement to se se-jcure
jcure se-jcure a cigar factory for Ocala, and
nave assurance tnat project is by no
me.ns given up.
The Board of Trade has been used
bv the Red Cross, fair association. U.
I S. market agent, and for meetings of
the motor club, American Legion and
by committees of the Rotary Club and ;
Y M. C. A. citrus exchange and other j
oiganizations. The secretary has co- 1
operated with these organizations by i
preparing publicity and otherwise. ;
Co-operated with Marion county ;
" 1 A 1 t A 4 V A A
i agricultural committee in an enort to
save state marketing bureau.
Co-operated with Rotary Club,
Mayor Chace and Mrs. Caroline Moor Moor-head,
head, Moor-head, in securing convention of the
State Horticultural Society.
Urged repeatedly the need for
greater housing facilities, a shortage
of which has come to pass.
Held meeting, at which hotel men
agreed that Ocala needs a new tour tourist
ist tourist hotel.
Kept on file list of rooms, apart-
(ments, boarding places and houses to
i assist new citizens and tourists.
Tendered luncheon to officials and
t guests of the Oklawaha Valley rail rail-'road.
'road. rail-'road. when the motor train made its
j initial trip into Ocala.
Have promise of Cattle Kaisers As Association
sociation Association to hold one of their conven conventions
tions conventions in Ocala.
Began year with 282 members and
now have 198 in good standing.
Began the year with back debts
amounting to about $500 and are end ending
ing ending year in good financial condition.
It has been evident during the past
year that the Board of Trade was la laboring
boring laboring under a lack of capital. The
secretary recommends for the coming
year a working fund of not less than
The secretary recommends that the
new year be devoted, so far as a defi definite
nite definite program is concerned, to those
things which have been started and
not completed. The biggest need of
the county is good roads, and of the
city is more paved streets.
W. K. Lane, M. D., Physician and
Surgeon, specialist Eye, Ear, Nose and
Throat. Office over 5 and 10 cent
store, Ocala, Fla. tt
The teachers and scholars of the
industrial school had a very pleasant
picnic at Lake Kerr yesterday. We
will try to give a report of it tomorrow.
All customers of Federal Bread are
satisfied customers. Ask them. tf
Lieut.-Col. Dan Morgan Smith and
wife of Chicago are expected to arrive
on this afternoon's A. C. L. train and
will be the guests of Col. Smith's
father, Dr. D. M. Smith, until tomor tomorrow.
row. tomorrow. Col. Smith tonight will deliver
an address at the Methodist church,
which promises to be packed to
We have an excellent line of Per Perfumes
fumes Perfumes and Toilet Waters and ask your
inspection. Gerig's Drug Store. 19-tf
The city council has had the record recorder's
er's recorder's court room re-decorated and fit fitted
ted fitted with new chairs, whereon may sit
those who wish to watch the scales of
justice weigh in the balance any
culprit who may fall under the keen
eyes of our police. The improvement
of the court room is marked.
Get rid of those aches and pains;
take Mystery Red Drops for Rheu Rheumatism
matism Rheumatism and Blood Disorders. At the
Anti-Monoply Drug tSore. 19-lm
The city council will meet tonight in
special session to consider the bids
for the new steam turbine and gen generator
erator generator unit opened at Tuesday's
night's meeting. Four or five out of
towns concerns and Mr. H. W. Tucker,
a local electrical contractor, are com competing
peting competing for the contract.
BACK IN TOWN AGAIN
I am now ready to do your PAINTING, KAL KAL-SOMINING
SOMINING KAL-SOMINING and especially your PAPER HANG HANGING.
ING. HANGING. All work guaranteed satisfactory,
122 Smith St. Phone 411 Ocala, Fla.
We are how prepared to Contract for House
Painting and Decorating
UNITED STATES COURT
The term here of the United States
court came to an end last night. The
case of G. L. Murrah, accused of illicit
distilling, resulted in a disagreement
of the jury. It is reported that the
jury stood nine for acquittal and three
If Everything Was As
Cheap As Our Ice
The cost of living would be as low as it was in the good old days.
No use worry' ng, however, because it isn't that way. Be glad that
ice is helping to keep down the cost of living, besides giving you
better food and a greater variety of it than your grandfather's fam family
ily family ever had.
Ocala Ice & Packing Co
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Dr. lVr-c'5 Fa Favorite
vorite Favorite Prescrip Prescription
tion Prescription a trial. I
had doctored and
obtained no relief
SO had little confidence in anything, but I
found most wonderful relief in the first
bottle of 'Favorite Prescription". For two
years I took an occasional bottle whenever
I just felt that my condition warranted my
taking a tonic, and it brought me thru the,
change in a ;-trong and healthy stat-. I
well remember that I hadn't a hot Hash,
dizzy spell or hemorrhage after my third
bottle of 'Favorite Prescription,' and I
would advise women who are taking this
medicine to keep on with it until restored
to perfect health." MILS. ALICE LU LU-BAXKS,
BAXKS, LU-BAXKS, 19.1 Iiroad t.
Backache and Nervous
Columbus, Ga.: "For about two years I
suffered and became run-down. I was ner nervous
vous nervous and would be so weak I could not get
up in the morning; my back ached all the
time and so badly that I could not stoop at
all. I also suffered with pains in my side.
I tried many medicines but did not get any
better. I had gotten to lx; a physical wreck
when 1 began taking Dr. Pierce's Favorite
Prescription and by the time I had taken
two bottles I was cured of my ailment and
felt like a new woman. I have never suf suffered
fered suffered since with this trouble. 'Favorite
Prescription' is the best medicine for women
I have ever taken." MRS. ANNA
MIDDLETON, 2914 1st Ave.
Sold by druggists in liquid or tablets. If
your druggist does not keep it, send GOc.
to Dr. Pierce's, Invalids' Hotel and Surgical
Institute, Buffalo, N. Y., for tablets, or lUc.
for trial package.
WANTED, LOST, FOUND, FOR
SALE, FOR RENT AND SIM SIMILAR
ILAR SIMILAR LOCAL NEEDS
RATES Six line maximum, one
time, 25c. ;three times, 50c; six times
75c; one month $3. Payable in advance.
WANTED Man with some knowl knowledge
edge knowledge of gasoline engines; permanent
employment. Apply to L. A. Gable, tf
FOR SALE Pair of mures. See the
Louis R. Chai.al & Sons Co., Ocala,
FOR SALE Ear corn, 90-day speckle
beans, peanut and peavine hay. Farm Farmers
ers Farmers Union Warehouse Co., Hahira,
WANTED Mercantile business in a
growing South Florida town. Give full
information in first letter. P. O. Box
452, Morriston, Fla. 19-6t
FOR SALE One pair of
mules in perfect condition
cash. See Magnolia
WANTED Spanish and runner pea peanuts
nuts peanuts and seed peas. Quote best prices.
Address Farmers Union Warehouse
Co., Hahira, Ga. 16-10t
WANTED To buy good milch cow.
State cash price. Address "D," care
Star office. 21-6t
WOOD It is now Griffis Bros', wood
yard instead of Smoak's wood yard.
For quick service see us, or phone 146
fot all of your wood. 10-tf
FOR SALE (Wood Cut to Order.)
Reduce the high cost of keeping com
fortable this winter by buying your;
wood cut read to burn direct from the j U
producer, thereby saving the profits ij
of the city wood yard. Orders filled
anywhere in the city. Phone 39 M. C.
P. Howell. Ocala. 20-m
FURNITURE, ETC. i buy and se'l
second hand furniture. Experts put it
in good condition before re-selling.
Repair sewing machines, lawn mow- j
ers. enamelware, etc. J. W. Hunter,
310, 312, 314 South Main St. 23-tf
The Fashion Center
AT THE LOWEST PRICES
THE FASHION CENTER
New Spring Suits
New Spring Dresses
New Spring Skirts I
New Spring Waists
New Spring Hats
New Spring Silks
New Spring Organdies
New Spring Voiles
New Spring Gabardines
New Spring Petticoats fj
DESK ROOM FOR RENT Excellent
location on ground floor in large, well well-lighted
lighted well-lighted office. All conveniences. Suit-
.miin, age 17-19, who
I travel; expenses paid.
would like to
aoie ior insuri-iiet; ui icai estuLv Kciit, ,iuate preferred. Excellent oppor- ;
bioker, contractor, salesman, collector, t it for advancement. Call between!
-8 a. m. or 8-8:4;j p. m., 213 Norths
nn ''el in
xctl! r:t i-hape. A real bar bar-ip
ip bar-ip (i. Murphy, Room 9, Gary
TAYLOR PRINTING COM-
A few of tno.se games leit. Better
come in and get yours. Gerig's Drug
WANTED Neat appearing young FOR SALE Ford touring car; l'Jll Store.
Mis. Roger Dodd entertained the
literary meeting of the Methodist
missionary society Monday afternoon
most pleasantly. Mrs. J. H. Therrell
led the devotional and Mrs. Griffin led
the lesson most instructively. The
gathering was unusually large. Five
new members were added to the
membership roll. At the close of the
meeting Mrs. Dodd assisted by Mrs.
Therrell served ice cream, cake and
If you want Ivory Pyralin goods,
come in and inspect the large display
we have. Ycu can get a small piece or
a complete Toilet Set. Lots of odd
pieces. Gerig's Drug Store. 19-tf
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