F """"" 5
tonight and Tuesday; warmer tonight
except on east coast.
Ebert and His Party Will Not Tamely
Give Up to Their Antagonists
Berlin, March 15. The German as assembly
sembly assembly has been summoned by the
Ebert government to meet Tuesday at
Stuttgart, where the old government
seat was established.
ALLIES DON'T KNOW THEM
London, March 15. The new Ger German
man German government's request for recog recognition
nition recognition from the allied commissioners
in Germany has been ignored, it is of officially
ficially officially announced.
Paris, March 15. The independent
socialists and communists of Manheim
decided to take advantage of the sit situation
uation situation in Germany and proclaim a
soviet government, telephone advices
from Basle say.' The majority and
independent socialists throughout Ger Germany
many Germany appear to be uniting againts
the military movement initiated in
Berlin, information received here in indicates.
dicates. indicates. EBERT HASN'T GIVEN UP
Berlin, March 15. Count Von Bern Bern-storff
storff Bern-storff is reported to have gone to
Stutgart to negotiate with President
Ebert of the ousted government. Ebert
apparently is gathering his forces to
combat the new regime. Gustav
Noske, minister of defense of the
Ebert government, appears to have
, sonciderable forces at his disposal and
there is popular opposition to the new
government. The crisis is expected to today
day today or tomorrow when a general strike
will take place. Measures for arrests,
to prevent uprising against the new
regime have been abandoned. "There
is an unconfirmed report that the new
government has reached an agreement
' with Ebert to avert a railroad strike.
London, March 15. The Bavarian
government has resigned and the na national
tional national assembly will be summoned
Tuesday to form a new cabinet, a
Copenhagen Exchange Telegraph dis dispatch
patch dispatch says.
BILL IS MUCH BOTHERED
Amerongen, Ma'rch 15. The strain
of events of the past few days have
weighed so heavily on former Em-
peror William's mind that he cannot
tolerate the company of others and
SAXONS ARE STICKING
Berlin, March 15. It is reported
from the south that German generals
and Saxon troops give adherence fo
Gustav Noske, minister of defense of
the Ebert government.
SAILORS HA VENT CHANGED
London, March 15.' An official mes message
sage message from Berlin filed at 6 o'clock
Sunday evening said there had been
nc confirmation of reports that the
sailors at Kiel and Altona had joined
the new government.
ALLIES WILL NOT RELAX
Paris, March 15. Fulfillment of
treaty obligations by the new German
government will be insisted upon, said
Although the news from Berlin is
as yet not sufficiently complete 'to
enable one to form an opinion regard regarding
ing regarding the counter-revolution and its ef effects,
fects, effects, the premier declared: "I may
say, that whatever may be the char character
acter character or extent of the revolution in
Germany, the allies are determined
that full execution of the treaty of
Versailles shall not be hindered in any
Of all your earthly pos- aiHt:.
sessions, the most price-
less is your sight your
eyes! Yet how careless s
you are of them. '.w
DR. K. J. WEIHE,
Optometrist and Optician.
For All Classes Oi
Stone, Brick, Wood,
3. B. McCasMll
Phone 446. 728Wenona St.
THE KEY TO SUCCESS
The Sure Road to Happiness Clearly
Pointed Out by Our Post Postmaster
master Postmaster If you wish to know whether you
will be a success or a failure in life,
there is a simple infallible test. Can
you save money? If you can, you win.
If not, you fail. James J. Hill.
The fathers and mothers of this
community wish to make sure that
their children are successes and Mr.
li'il haaiiovva tueiu huw ihis can be
The time to form the saving habit
is while the children are young. They
enter into the spiirt of thrift with en enthusiasm
thusiasm enthusiasm and if taght it now and the
habit is fixed while the mind is young
and plastic it will follow thm through
life and prove a blessing to all con concerned.
cerned. concerned. In this connection Pestm aster R. F.
Rogers reminds us the week of March
22-27 will be thrift week in the south
eastern states composing the sixth
federal reserve district and he urges
every teacher and every parent in this j
community to take advantgae of this
opportunity to establish the habit of I
having, which means no much to their ;
Every parent in town," said the
postmaster, "should sec that his or:
her child has a thrift card and is en-i
couraged to fill it out with stamps.
Twenty-five cents is not a large sum
to pay for a thrift stamp and if the
habit is formed and the stamps reg-1
ularly bought and placed upon the
card it will not be long before the
child will have enough to buy a war!
savings stamp, which bears four per
cent interest. This, in time, will grow
into a $100 savings certificate if the
purchase of stamps is continued.
"If a boy of fifteen buys one savings
stamp a month until he is twenty-five,
he will have $700, including the ac accrued
crued accrued interest, and with this nest egg,
he can, on a reasonable salary, largely
mcrease his savings and by the time
he ,is thirty have $1500 or $2000 to in
vest in business.
"If a father and mother, at the
birth of a child, will buy two savings
stamps a month they will have enough
to send the child to college by the
time it is sixteen years old. By that
time the principal and interest will
amount to $2500, which will -pay sev several
eral several years' expenses in college.
"Practically all great fortunes were
founded on thrift, which means work
ing and saving. Washington, Frank Franklin
lin Franklin and all great men practiced it.
Since the time of Joseph in Egypt
there have been "fat years and lean
years and those who were wise like
Joseph in laying aside something dur during
ing during the. good years to meet the years
of adversity, have been the happy and
"Thrift stamp week gives you a
good chance to start your boy or girl
on the road to independence and hap happiness."
piness." happiness." Any teacher can secure from the
postmaster thrift cards .on which the
pupils can paste their thrift stamps.
Mammoth Tent Theater Will be Lo Located
cated Located Opposite the Old
A capacity house was well reward rewarded
ed rewarded for the money it cost to see "Where
the River Flows," as presented by
Melville's Comedians at their tent the theater
ater theater on Twiggs street last night. If
the Melville troupe has anything bet better
ter better than the play they presented last
night it must be extraordinary. Had
the actors been selected for this play
alone they could not have done better.
Every person in the caste was well
costumed and letter perfect in theJ
part. The play reminds one very
much of "Peg O' My Heart.' 'and is
equally appealing through its Irish
with and humor. The play will be
presented again tonight and Saturday
night. R. S. V. in Tampa Times.
Mrs. Bauman will conduct her class
in painting at 10 o'clock in the morn morning
ing morning at the Woman's Club and all
members are requested to be present.
Two more' days, TUESDAY and
WEDNESDAY, special sale. Walkley
& Barnett. It
OCALA, FLORIDA, MONDAY, MARCH 15, 1920.
Committee on Foreign Relations Fails
to Act on Appointment of Colby
Washington, March 15. The state
department is technically without a j
head owing to the failure of the Sen-;
ate foreign renations committee to act j
on the nomination of Bainbridge Col- j
by. Frank L. Polk, acting secretary, j
has resumed the post of under secre- j
tary ad interim, the appointment hav- j
iP3 expired. i
SOME MORE SLAMS FROM SIMS I
German submarines were enabled to
attack the first convoy of American
troops sent to France because the
navy department used an unsafe code,
against the use of which he protested,
Admiral Sims told the Sjenate investi investigating
gating investigating committee today. Information
concerning the convoys was known in
French social circles before General
Pershing had the information. Admir Admiral
al Admiral Sims asserted.
WILLIAMS SUCCEEDS ROPER
Washington, March 15 William M.
Williams of Alabama, has been select selected
ed selected to succeed Daniel Roper as com commissioner
missioner commissioner of internal revenue.
Mr. Williams is now solicitor for the
department of agriculture.
AND NOW .THEY ARE ALL .AT
Coincident with the arrival of Wm
J. Bryan advocating a treaty compro compromise,
mise, compromise, administration leaders announc announced
ed announced that the republican substitute for
Article X. was objectionable to the
president. Preparing for the final
vote on Article X., the Senate rejected
the substitute proposing summary
disavowal of all obligations.
SOLDIERS DIE IN SIBERIA
Washington, March 15. Two mem members
bers members of the American forves at Vladi Vladivostok
vostok Vladivostok were burne dto death and two
are rnfsajng as a result of the fire
which destroy erf" the barracks March
Cth. All of the men were privates, in including
cluding including James Brantley of Fitzgerald,
SOLDIERS OF NIPPON
REVOLT IN SIBERIA
( Associated Press)
London, March 13. A revolt has
bioken out in several Japanese units
in Siberia, according to a wireless
from the Moscow soviet. The soldiers
ripped off their shoulder straps and
substituted red straps.
A NUMBER OF
OCALANS WENT UP
The new aviation field west of the
city was inaugurated yesterday after after-noon
noon after-noon by the Keightley flyers. Fifteen
Ocala residents took advantage of the
ideal weather and moderate charge,!
and journeyed to the isle of fun via
the aerial route in one of Mr. Keight Keight-ley's
ley's Keight-ley's new Curtis passenger carrying
planes. Mr. Lutes stated today that
he had just one request for stunts or
thrille.s and that was from Mr. Bruce
Meffert, and he was accommodated.
The Keightley flyers will be here the
remainder of the wek and those de desiring
siring desiring to take a flight may do so at
$10 for ten minutes.
The following were given a chance
yesterday to view Ocala from the air,
with Pilot Keightley at the wheel:
Bruce Meffert, Lester Perkins, J. C.
Weathersbee, C. C Bryant, J. M.
Douglas, naval recruiting officer, Miss
Landis Priest, O. E. Wiggins, W. C.
Ray, A. D. Carter, James L. Borland,
Mrs. E. L. Bell, Mrs. Blanche Priest,
II. B. Baxter, Robert Rogers and R.
The editor of the Star is booked to
go up this afternoon, and if he comes
down all in one piece he will tell you
about it tomorrow.
GRASP YOUR OPPORTUNITY
Chance beckons and opportuinty
knocks, but they remain only a while.
The men who really accomplish things
are the ones who respond when chance
beckons and grasp opportunity when
it knocks. They who procrastinate
j can only blame themselves and can
get small satisfaction from listening
to the echoes of their lost opportuni opportunities.
ties. opportunities. They rarely deserve, nor do they
gain, more than they venture. All the
progress of this world was made pos possible
sible possible and brought about by progres progressive
sive progressive people wh odesire to better their
Enlist today in any one of the four fourteen
teen fourteen branches of the army and better
your lot. Army recruiting station,
room 301 P. O. building, Ocala.
MONEY TO BE SAVED ON MEAT
The department of justice announc announced
ed announced today the dates oT "Save Money on
Meat" week in the various states.
During these weeks an effort will be
made to reduce materially the prices
of the cuts of beef, pork and lamb
now in heavy demand by showing
consumers the advantage of turning
tT those which are equally nutritious
but which cost much less.
The first "Save Money on Meat"
week, which has been previously an announced,
nounced, announced, will be held from March 22
to March 27 throughout each of the
following states: Illinois, Wisconsin,
Ohio, Pennsylvania, Iowa, Indiana,
Michigan, New Jersey and New York.
The week beginning March 29 will
be "Save Money on Meat" week in
Majne, Vermont, Massachusetts, New
Hampshire, Washington, Connecticut,
Rhode Island, Oregon, California.
The week beginning April 5 will be
"Save Money on Meat" week in the
District of Columbia and the follow following
ing following states: Maryland, Virginia, Ken Kentucky,
tucky, Kentucky, South Carolina, Florida, Mis Mississippi,
sissippi, Mississippi, Arkansas, West Virginia,
Delaware, North Carolina, Tennessee,
Georgia, Alabama, Louisiana and Mis Missouri.
souri. Missouri. The week beginning April 12 will
be "Save Money on Meat" week in
each of the following states: Texas,
Kansas, South Dakota, North Dakota,
Idaho, Nevada, Colorado, New Mex Mexico,
ico, Mexico, Oklahoma, Nebraska, Minnesota,
Montana, Wyoming, Utah, Arizona.
On each day of "Save Money on
Meat" week some particular cut or
cuts of the inexpensive variety will
be featured and will be sold at a low
price. Retailers who hitherto have
notScarried in stock some of the less
costly cuts because their customers
did not ask for them intend to lay in
adequate quantities of such portions
of meat. If the consumers will take
advantage of the highly nutritious
and palatable pieces of meat which
are relatively inexpensive, the saving
effected will be tremendous, and the
slackened demand for the cuts now
ropular will result in lower prices
Under present conditions the price
of the choicest cuts are in extreme in instances
stances instances fifty or sixty cents higehr per
pound than the price of other good,
wholesome meat from the same ani animal.
mal. animal. Mr. L. A. Gabel left this morning
for Dayton, Ohio, to atend the Delco
light convention. Mr. Gabel will be
the recipient of especial honors at the
banquet to be given in honor of the
dealers who made the highest aver averages
ages averages in sales for 1919, as he is one of
sixteen out of 200 dealers in the Unit United
ed United States and Canada who did $25,000
wort hof business for the Delco Light
Company alone, which is a separate
concern from the one that furnishes
him with ''pumps and supplies. Mr.
Gabel also won $75 in cash over all
Florida and Alabama men in a spec special
ial special Florida-Alabama contest, and will
also receive various other valuable
prizes from the Delco Light Company.
Mr. GabeJ's success in this business
not only reflects honor upon his ability
as a salesman, btflalso proves the
piogressiveness of our Florida farm farmers
ers farmers in both Marion and Alachua coun
ties, which two counties he controls.
During Mr. Gabel's absence his busi
ness in Ocala will not suffer for want
of attention, as Mrs. Gabel will be on
the job to attend to the Delco light
RESOLUTIONS BY THE
KENDRICK SUNDAY SCHOOL
Whereas, in the sudden and unex
pected death of Mr. John J. Guthery,
our Sunday school lost one of its
valued members; therefore be it re resolved,
solved, resolved, that we record our apprecia appreciation
tion appreciation of him and that the sudden re
moval of such a citizen from our
midst leaves a vacancy and shadow
that will be deeply realized by all
members of our Sunday school. With
the relatives in their afflictive be bereavement
reavement bereavement we sincerely sympathize.
He who tenpers the wind to the shorn
lamb looks down with infinite com
passion upon the widow and father
less children in the hour of their deso desolation,
lation, desolation, and that he will fold the arms
of his love and protection around
those who put their trust in him. Be
it resolved that a copy of these reso resolutions
lutions resolutions be spread upon our minutes,
and a copy forwarded to the bereaved
family. Mrs. Bradford C. Webb.
Mrs. Mamie E. Clark.
Revolution in Germany Calls for a More
Vigilant Watch on the Rhine
Paris, March 15. France contem contemplates
plates contemplates doubling the military forces
along the Rhine, according to the' Petit
Parisien. Marshal Foch will call a
meeting of the supreme war council
when he returns from his conference
with allied commainders at Mayence
today. Advices indicate the reaction reactionary
ary reactionary movement in Germany is confined
to Berlin, where mobs are busy loot loot-in?
in? loot-in? the stores. Workers are said to
have ordered Kapp, the new chan chancellor
cellor chancellor to leave Berlin and a general
strike is decreed. The censorship is
severe. Official circles here believe
tiie movement is doomed to failure.
AMERICANS WONT ADVANCE
Washington, March 15. (By the
Associated Press.) While technically
ur.der direction of Marshal Foch, the
American Rhine troops will not par participate
ticipate participate in the allied advance into Ger Germany
many Germany without specific directions from
Piesident Wilson, teh war department
RUSH TO RESCUE
Splitting the Seas on their Way to
Help the Imperiled Liner
Wilmington, N. C, March 15. The
Clyde liner, Mohawk, with 214 passen passengers,
gers, passengers, is southwest of Cape Lookout
with her engines dead. Cutters are
rushing to the liner's assistance.
SECOND DEGREE MURDER
VERDICT FOR SEVEN
Montesano, Wash., March 14. Sev
en of the ten Industrial Workers of
the World charged with the murder
of Warren O. Grimm, one of the four
former soldiers shot during -the Ar
mistice Day parade at Centralia, were
found guilty last night of second de
gree murder. Three others were
found not guilty. Loren Roberts, one
of the trio, was acquitted on the
grounds of insanity.
The defendants found guilty of sec
ond degree, murder were Britt Smith,
Ray Becker, James Mclnenery, Bert
Bland, Eugene Barnett, John Lamb
and O. C. Bland.
The three acquitted were Mike Shee-
han, Elmer Smith and Loren Roberts,
the latter on the grounds'of insanity.
After reading the verdict and the
return of the defendants to the coun county
ty county jail, John Berry, sheriff of Lewis
county, in which Centralia is located,
read to them warrants charging them
with the murder of Arthur McElfresh,
another of the. four slain at Centralia.
VANDERBILT HOUSE HOME
OF LEAGUE OF NATIONS
London, Feb. 22. (Correspondence
oi the Associated Press.) The pala palatial
tial palatial London house which W. K. Van Van-derbilt
derbilt Van-derbilt gave to his daughter. Con-
suelo, as a wedding gift when she be became
came became the Duchess of Marlborough, has
become the home of the British branch
of the League of Nations. The gov government
ernment government has leased the mansion, and
official business already is being
This house, which is situated in the
heart of the fashionable section in
Curzon street, is one of the most
costly in the city. It is built of marble
and other stone in the French style,
and from the outside looks more like
a bank than a residence.
It is undehstood that the League of
Nations' officials and employes are
having troubles, despite the magnifi magnificence
cence magnificence of their surroundings. The
great and ornate ballroom, for ex example,
ample, example, while much admired from an
artistic standpoint, develops cyclonic
draughts which cause much discom discomfort
fort discomfort to the unlucky officials and clerks
who are stationed in it.
In addition to this house, the League
of Nations has also taken two other
buildings in Picadilly, since they need needed
ed needed more accommodations than the
home of the duchess provided.
B. V. D. Underwear $1.65 a suit,
TUESDAY and WEDNESDAY'. At
Walkley & Barnett's. It
The price of the 18-room house is
S2550 today. See Ditto. It
MRS. SARA JANE MANLY
Vocal culture in Merchants' block.
Studio Hours 10 a. m. to 4 p. m. 16-12t
VOL. 26, NO. 64
LOST HIS LIFE
When the Submarine H-l Grounded ia
San Diego. March 15. Survivors of
the United States submarine H-l,
which grounded Friday in Magdalena
Bay with the loss of Lieutenant-Commander
James R. Webb and three
members of the crew, are save aboard
the steamer Mazatlan, due here March
18th, advices say. Webb was a native
of South Carolina.
HEAVY LOSS TO A TEXAN TOWN
Two Million Dollars Worth of Prop Property
erty Property Destroyed Last Night at
Grand View, Texas, March 12. 12.-There
There 12.-There were no fatalities in the fire
which burned here all night, .causing
two million dollars damage and ren rendering
dering rendering thousands homeelss. Eight
business blocks were destroyed.
A SIGN SHOP ON WHEELS IN
A sign shop on wheels is a new
tourist in the city. Generally those
touring Florida are out for pleasure
alone,, but here is one fitted out both -for
pleasure and profit.
Mr. L. H. Ramsey, of L. IL Ramsey
& Co., nearly half, a century Ken Kentucky's
tucky's Kentucky's leading sign makers, and who
painted signs for several business men
in Ocala last year, has fitted out a
complete city sign shop on wheels, on
a Reo speed wagon, with four expert
sign painters and is here making
signs for Ocala business men.
Ramsey signs need no recommenda recommendation
tion recommendation in Ocala. The many signs this
firm made here last season show for.
themselves, among which are bulletin
signs on the roads for the Ocala Na National
tional National Bank, B. Goldman, BLalock
Eros., gold window signs for Nun Nun-nally's
nally's Nun-nally's candies, the IL B. Masters Co.,
Mclver & MacKay and others.
Mr. Ramsey says he brings a fully
equipped city sign shop to Ocala bus business
iness business men and knows that they will
appreciate it as others have in Flor Florida.
ida. Florida. The outfit is camped in a close-to-nature
house tent on the city camp
grounds with one of the most complete
camping outfits seen here this season.
Announcement 'of location of ofSca
will be in tomorrow's Star. It
Arrival and Departure of passtnei
trains at OCALA UNION STATION.
The following schedule figures pub published
lished published as information and not guar-
(Eastern Standard Time)
SEABOARD A&R LINE' RAILROAD
2:15 am Jacksonville-NTfork 2:10 &a
1:55 pm Jacksonville 1:30 pa
4:05 pm Jacksonville 4:25 pa
2:15 am Tampa 2:15 aa
2:15 am Manatee- 3:25 pa
1:50 pm Tampa-Manatee 1:35 pa
4:25 pmTampa-St. P'tersbrg 4:05 pa
ATLANTIC COAST LINE RAILROAD
2:12 pm JadcsonviHe-NTT ork 8:15 ta
1:45 pm JTcsonville-Ga'nsville 3:25 pa
6-42 am JTcsonville-Cnesvile 10:13 pa
3:15 am Skret'sbrg-Lakeiand 2:12 sa
3:35 pm Su'ersbrg-Lakeland 1:25 pa
7:10 am Dunnefion-Wilcox
:25 am Dun'ellon-L'kelnd 11:03 pa
3:25 pm Homosassa 1:30 pa
10:13 pm Leesburg 6:42 sa
4:45 pm Gainesville XliSQmsa
Monday, Wednesday, Friday.
Tuesday. Thursday. Saturday.
AND BUILD EH
Careful Estimates raafla on all Cca
tract work. Gives More and DttfrtT
Work for the Money than any ether
contractor in tha city.
$2.75 a dozen fqr collars TUESDAY
and WEDNESDAY. Walkley 6 Bar
nett, Ocala House block. It
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every outside drive that has come
along, but strange to say, if they are
asked to give for some home improve improvement
ment improvement they shy. Right here in Sum
merfield, a tourist club seems to take
more interest In our town and is try
ing to raise funds to build a commu
nity hall which would be of great
benefit to all, yet they are having a
hard time getting a few pennies."
M. F. Hetherington of the Lakeland
Telegram has associated with him in
the conduct of that paper his son, W
M. Hetherington. Young Hethering Hetherington
ton Hetherington has shown much ability in news
paper work, he has done his bit for
his country, and in his work on the
Telegram he will share with his par
ents the good will and confidence of
the Florida press for the staff of one
of the best papers in the state.
It is hinted that Col. Housis ex
pected to maybe take Herb Hoover
ly the hand and haul him into the
San Francisco convention as the
Moses who can lead the democrats out
of the wilderness. Whenever we talk
of getting out of the wilderness, how
ever, we must remember that Moses'
ticket was good only as far as Mount
TRIBUTE TO THE MEMORY i
ur uuuu jia-
Dr. William Robert Overton Veal j
was born in Camden, S. C, 74 years i (
apo, and died at Cartel .uarcn ytn, I ss
1920. Hi3 parents were prominent in ;
the town of his birth and died when j
ne was a small boy. leaving mm in i
the- care of an aunt, who tenderly
cared for hirn during his boyhood, giv
ing him the best school facilities of
On one of her visits with the doctor
and his family while he lived in Cot
ton Plant this aunt passed away and
all that is mortal of her lies in St.
Johns cemetery awaiting the resur
When the civil war broke out, tho'
only a boy, the subject of this sketch
enlisted and served in the army until
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Gainesville's young men are a dar daring
ing daring set. Notwithstanding the fact
that Ocala's soda fountains, barber
shops and theater were run wide open
thruout the flu scare, a bunch of the
University City boys came over here
every day. We hear that some of
them even tried to kiss some of the
Ocala cirls. Kissme was taboo in
Gainesville for two weeks.
The fall of the Ebert governmen
seems to have been expected by well-
informed government officials in both
this country and Europe. It remains
to be seen whether the change will
mean only another set of men in
charge of German affairs or a civil
war. The letter would be bad not only
for Germany but other countries, our
PHILIP G. MUKPMY
GARY BLOCK OCALA, FLORIDA
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The Grand Lodge K. of P. of Flor Florida
ida Florida will meet in Tampa next year.
The Anti-Saloon League has been on
the stage long enough. Give it the
Thorn of the Palm Beach Post
' wants the term "peanut politician'
broken up. Says peanuts are too val valuable
uable valuable to associate with politicians.
That may be, but as we are all more or
less politicians and all more or less
(principally more) fond of peanuts,
we don't see how Thorn's recommen recommendation
dation recommendation is to be carried out.
At the present price of raw beef,
only a millionaire can afford to have
a black eye.
. You can't always stay in the sad saddle
dle saddle just because you can make one
and Herr Ebert is finding it out.
Mr. Bryan wants a single standard
of morals. Men' of Mr. Bryan's age al al-'
' al-' most always want something like that.
It is freely predicted that Scotland
. will be dry in twelve months. Mir Miracles
acles Miracles are becoming commonplace these
; The health authorities of Gaines Gainesville
ville Gainesville have taken the influenza lid off
that city. They don't seem to have
much flu over there anyhow.
We would like to impress on those
people who are referring to members
. of the American Legion as "legion "legion-aires'"
aires'" "legion-aires'" that the proper spelling of the
4 word is "legionaries."
Congressman Frank Clark is re re-.
. re-. ported to be a candidate for delegate
to the San Francisco convention.
Florida couldn't send a man better
posted on national affairs than Mr.
County Judge W. E. Smith will not
ask for re-election and thinks two
terms is sufficient. We regret this
very much, as he has filled the office
well and with dignity. Summerfield
The entire county will regret to lose
the services of Mr. Smith, who has
made one of the most efficient offic officials
ials officials it ever had.
Bryan says he will run for president
if the democratic party demands it.
Notwithstanding the party's reputa reputation
tion reputation for making a food of itself at the
psychological moment, we ;. hardly
think such a demand will be. made.
One reason why England may go
dry is because it is becoming in increasingly
creasingly increasingly difficult to mix whisky with
gasoline over there. The latter fluid
is costing 95 cents a gallon, and the
average motorist has to decide wheth whether
er whether he or his flivver shall be lit up.
Says the Summerfield Chronicle:
" 'Weary Citizen's' letter to the editor
of the Ocala Star suits us just right.
He or she is right. Citizens of Mar Marion
ion Marion county have given generously to
We heartily endorse President Wil Wilson's
son's Wilson's protest against the Turks stay staying
ing staying in Constantinople and the con continued
tinued continued ill treatment of the Armenials,
but with the slide-easy policy of his
administration toward Mexico he
needn't expect Europe to take him
Some people believe that the Ger German
man German revolution means that Bill Hohen Hohen-zollern
zollern Hohen-zollern will return to his fatherland.
According to its promises to the Al Allies,
lies, Allies, Holland is bound to keep him in interned,
terned, interned, but we doubt that he would
amount to much anywhere.
A year from now all that will be
left of the Catts administration will
be the scars. Tampa Tribune.
The scaringen or the swearingen ?
ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE
OF TRAINS IN OCALA
the close of the war and then entered
a medical school in Charleston, S. C,
from which he graduated. Soon after
he came to Florida and commenced
the practice of his profession in Cot
ton Plant, 40 years ago. At that day
there were no railroads and no towns
in Marion county except Ocala, and
his practice took in the territory from
Cotton Plant to the Withlacoochee
river, thence west over the Dunnellon ;
section to Iflglis, bordering Gulf
Hammock, back to Morriston, Romeo
and Blitchton, thus embracing the en entire
tire entire county west of Ocala. Of those
who lived in this territory at that
cay, they can be numbered on the
fingers of one hand. The subject of
this sketch and the late Dr. Thomas
P. Gary of Ocala, were great friends
and went hand in hand in their oro oro-fession.
fession. oro-fession. Dr. Veal had often spoken
to the writer of Dr. Gary and the
valuable aid he had received from him.
There is perhaps no physician in the
state today better posted in the dis
eases incident to Florida than was Dr.
Veal. No night was too dark, no day
too cold, no distance too great and no
one too poor or degraded that did not
find him ready to minister to the
wants of the suffering.
In 1874 Dr. Veal was married to
Miss Nettie A. Smith, who with her
parents, one sister and brother, came
from Connecticut and located in Cot
ton Plant. To this union was born
three sons, Fred L., who holds a gov
ernment position in Washington; Will
E., merchant of Wildwood, and Chas.
Rv a farmer of Cotton Plant and
member of the board of public instruc
tion of this county, all of whom were
present at the death of their father.
Besides these three sons and their
families, the widow and hosts of
friends survive to mourn their loss.
Especially to the lonely and heart
broken widow would we extend our
heartfelt sympathies, and commend
her to an all wise and just God, who
has said, "My grace is sufficient for
The writer having had the same ex experience
perience experience six years ago is fully compe competent
tent competent to realize her grief today. The
writer and the doctor had been neigh
bors of the "Good Samaritan" type
for 49 years tand in all those years we
have strewn flowers, in his pathway
and with grief lay them on his grave
today. With the passing of the de
ceased, the last one of the writer's
neighbors of half a century ago has
passed away, and he, too, is biding the
time when he will be gathered with
the hosts around the throne of God.
Dr. Veal had never been a member
of any church, but had great respect
for a consistent Christian of every
church; was always ready with a con
tribution if it was to extend the Chris- j
tian religion. His belief and practice j
was "to do unto others as we would i
nave viac;ia uu uixwvr uo
The charity of Dr. Veal was un unbounded
bounded unbounded both in money and medicines
and many who are not blessed with
this world's goods will sorely regret
The funeral services were conducted
in St. Johns church by Rev. Sam Scott
oi nrooKSVilie, a lormer pastor oi tnis
church and a man in whom the doctor
had great confidence, after which the
Masons took charge and conducted the
funeral rites of the order in a solemn
and impressive manner.
St. Johns church was filled and
overflowing with those who had come
fom the surrounding country to pay
their last respects to his memory. The
negroes of the community en masse
turned out, and took a farewell look
at the remains before they were low
ered to the grave. Dr. Veal will be
missed by the hosts of people whom he
served during his life and none will
miss him more than the writer and a
friend for half a century.
Peace to his ashes.
A Friend of Many Years.
All custo-ners of Federal Bread are
satisfied customers. Ask them. tf
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Negotiable Storage Receipts Issued
MOVE, PACK, SHIP
on Cotton, Automobiles, Etc
LONG DISTANCE MOVING
The Star is an advertising medium thru which you can reach Ocala people.
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Leave for Lakeland, Tues Tuesday,
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DIAMONDS. Tne largest assort assortment
ment assortment of unmounted and mounted dia diamonds
monds diamonds that has been in Ocala since
1914, including stones from 38-100ths
to 1 and 15-100ths carat, mountings
of yellow gold, white gold and plat platinum,
inum, platinum, just received by Weihe Com Company,
pany, Company, The Ocala Jewelers. 2-tf
Guaranteed to Believe Pain,
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aET IT AT
.Bitting & Co.. Druggists, Ocalal-
Special sale beginning Monday. A
sixty-cent jar Coco Butter Cold
Cream and a fifty-cent box Charmona
Face Powder, both for 63 cents at
Gerig's Drug Stor. 6-tf
OAK and PINE
Cut to Any Length
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is a week devoted by dealers "every "everywhere
where "everywhere to the display of Certain-teed
Products which contribute to the pro proper
per proper construction of new buildings and
the improvement of old ones.
Certain-teed Products Improve New and Old Buildings.
CERTAIN -TEED Roofing will
provide you with a weather -proof,
spark-proof roof at a moderate cost
Certain -teed Roofing, the highest
quality prepared roofing, is guaran guaranteed
teed guaranteed for five, ten, or fifteen years
according to weight. It has never
been known to wear out on the roof.
If you are putting up a new building
or repairing an old one Certain-teed
Roofing should have your careful
.Certain-teed Paints and Varnishes
are also of the highest quality. They
are made by experts of nothing but
the best materials.
Certain-teed Paints are sold on a fair
price policy which means that each
color is priced at its cost to produce,
plus a fair profit. This policy means
a real saving for you.
Certain-teed Dealers in your com community
munity community have a stock of Certain-teed
Roofing, Paints, and Varnishes.They
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Call upon a Certain-teed Dealer this
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Wholesale and Retail Dealers
Paints Roofing Varnishes
Certain-teed Roofing for Sale by
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OCALA EVENING STAB, MONDAT, MARCH 15. 1920
If Everything Was As
Cheap As Our Ice
The coat of living would be as low as it was in the good old days.
No use worrying, however, because it isn't that way. Be glad that
Ice is helping to keep down the cost of living, besides giving yon
better food and agreater variety of it than your grandfather's fam family
ily family ever had.
OcaiSa ice P&ckii&sj
If you have any society items,
Rev. Creson of Mississippi is a
guest at the home of Dr. and Mrs. H.
Mrs. C. C. Bailey of Jacksonville,
will arrive in the city this afternoon
for a several weeks visit.
Ft. King Ave.
BICYCLE REPAIRING A SPECIALTY
Mr. Ernest L. Blair returned yes yesterday
terday yesterday to Gainesville after spending
the week-end in Ocala with his wife.
Mr. Harry Leavengood has returned
to Tampa after a short visit in the
city to his mother, Mrs. A. J. Leaven Leavengood.
good. Leavengood. Miss Helen Jones, accompanied by
her sister, Mary Lindner Jones, left
Saturday afternoon for a visit to rela relatives
tives relatives in St. Petersburg.
Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Smith are enter entertaining
taining entertaining at their home in Magnolia
Place, the latter's brother and wife,
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Bryan of Bowl
Messrs. Barco, Bishop, C. P. An
derson and Harold Klock returned
yesterday to the University City after
a pleasant week-end spent here and
I at Eastlake.
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(Successors to'E. C. Jordan & Co.)
Funeral Directors and Embalmers
Calls Answered Promptly, Day or Night
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PHONE 555 RESIDENCE PHONE 225
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your first trial order will be ample proof to you.
We sell the best groceries
in the best way giveyou the best service because
we want your trade
Don't tail to give us that trial order
Twill be to your advantage.
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A. Tucker, Martel; Mrs. Lily Beasley,
Cotton Plant; Miss Jesslyn Sherwood,
Summerfield; Miss Leona Hodge,
Shady; Mrs. Ida Marrinan, Mrs. W. R.
Lee and daughter, Eleanor, Eastlake;
Mrs. John Reiff and Miss Florence
Reiff, Martin; Mrs. S. J. McQuaig,
Anthony; Mrs. H. R. Halner, Miss M.
J Oakley, Miss Mary McCoy and Mrs.
H. W. Andrews, Belleview.
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Man was born a talking animal and U
woman acquired their relapse.
Dixie Highway (Gara
Oakland, Dodge and Ford -Repairing
Nothing but Genuine Ford Parts Used in Ford Repslrlzo
Violet mav bloom and roses send II
forth their fragrance, but after all it
must be admitted that the pensive
onion is the official flower of spring.
Armacord GuaranteedTire PriccJOst
It is a good thing Ocal&ns believe
in God. There doesnt seem to be
much chance for help from any other
One of our ex-soldiers says he won wonders
ders wonders what the poor cooties are doing
these days to live.
SUPERIOR CORD CASINGS
Size Ribbed Nonskid
30x34 $22.50 $24.00
32x3 $31.60 $33.30
52x4 40.15.,... 42.15
33x4 41.20 43.20
34x4 42.40 44.50
33x4 46.40 48.75
34x4 47.75 50.15
35x4 48.80 51.35
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Mr. and Mrs. Mason Tison and in
teresting children of Gainesville, spent
the last two days in Ocala, guests of
Mrs. Tison's parents, Mr. and Mrs. J.
Mr. Gail Mcintosh after a pleasant
visit in the city with his sister, Mrs.
D; E. Mclver, and brother, Mr. Hugo
Mcintosh, left yesterday afternoon for
his home in Providence, R. I.
Miss Shellie Souter of Sparr after
a short visit in Ocala as the guest of
her aunt. Miss Fannie Clark, left Sat Saturday
urday Saturday afternoon for Dunnellon, where
she will visit her sister, Mrs. Metcalf
for some time.
Mr. and Mrs. W. R.Garnett motored
to the city yesterday from their home
at Inverness. Mrs. Garnett will re remain
main remain for a week's visit with relatives,
i but Mr. Garnett returne dto Inverness
Mrs. Ella Manning, who has been
associated with the Harrington Hall
hotel for the past year, will leave to
day. for her home in Gainesville, where
she will in future reside. Mrs. Man
rang has made many friends here who
regret, her departure.
Miss Ruth Ervin returned yesterday
from St. Petersburg, where she was
called several days ago on account of
the -illness of her mother and sister.
The friends of this family will be glad
to learn that both these ladies are
very much improved.
The members of the business and
professional women's club will have a
large, banquet tomorrow" evening at
the Colonial Hotel promptly at 8:30.
This affair promises to be a very in
teresting and delightful one and it is
hoped that every member will be pres
Mrs. E. G. Lindner and sister, Miss
I.vnn Rhodv left this morning by way
of the Oklawaha river for a short visit
to Daytona. after which Mrs. Lindner
will -return home. Miss Rhody will
visit at Palm Beach and return to
Ocala for another visit before leaving
for her home in the north.
The musical given Saturday after-
roon by Miss Lancaster's pupils was
a most delightful affair and very much
er joyed by. a large number' of their
friends. Miss Lancaster was assisted
; hr receiving her guests by Mrs. H. W,
Lash and Mrs. Lancaster. After the
I musical program, the guests were in
vited into the dining room and served
with fruit nectar by charming Miss
Mildred Valmar, one of our winter
Miss Doris Thomas entertained her
friends Saturday afternoon with a
birthday party in honor of her tenth
anniversary. Games on the lawn with
music and dancing were enjoyed, after
; which refreshments of cake and cream
were served. Those present were
Maud Gary, Margaret Chase, Natalie
Minshall, Jean Bitting. Martha Preer
Julia Webb, Hubert Bitting, Harold
Williams, Johnnie Lee Flran, Virginia
Carmichael, Jeanette McRae, Lenora
i Taylor, Carrie Russell, Louise Russell
Noela Blankenship, Anna Burton
Gracy Goolsby, Euva Burton, Cora Lee
iGoolsby, Cora May Pillans, Mary
Willis Johnosn, Virginia Johnson,
Bobby Ware, Johnson. Dorothy Chap Chapman,
man, Chapman, Francis and Catherine Green,
Elizabeth Smith, Elizabeth Rogers,
Adlyne Malever, Neil Bitting, Arthur
Malever, Lois Robertson, Ellen and
I Lora Thomas.
A rich man may be a bad egg, but
nobody seems to ever notice it until
If there was a tax on laziness, we
know thre men in Ocala who would
have to work like thunder, to borrow
money to make weekly payments.
Idleness is the key to poverty.
Every honest front door is glad to
see man's departure in the morning,
but is more than happy to see him re
turn at night.
Every community suffers from a
more or less degree of modern -girl
freedom a freedom free from pa
ternal supervision, and the cry of
pleasure for pleasure's sake, all of
which go to lower the standard of
morality. We wish that all women
of a leisure class would set an ex
ample in our old-fashioned moral and
ethics standards which at present
is showing signs of crumbling to rum.
There can be no social rest without
feminine contentment and strength.
A can can shut his eyes to the suc
cess of life, but he can't dodge the results.
When an Ocala girl has a visitor
he first thing she does is to take her
on parade down Fort King avenue and
around the court house square m order
that people may see her.
Men visitors in Ocala do not seem
to care much for tennis. Since the
women adore golf, golf is their choice.
"There used to be so many pretty
babies in Ocala," exclaimed a returned!
visitor yesterday. "What has become
of them?" "Several dozen of them
have crown ud into Dlain men and
women that you see every day on our
streets. When these ueoDle were
babies their parents thought they
were so smart they would never live
to grow up."
When men have a banauet. those
called on to speak remind us of a
Dhonoerranh they reel off the same
eld records. The Observation editor
is only permitted to say certain things
Florida is like a baby when it has
company it won't show off. It now
has a great number of visitors, and
the weather for the past few weeks
has been disagreeable.
It was the office phone of a very
busy and popular "ladylike" gentle-1
man that iingiea its seventeemn
jingle in almost as many minutes.. He
raised the receiver to hear a sweet but
positive voice say: "Can you take an
order?" "Yessum 'the hearer replied
with interest. "Well, I want 50 cents
worth of bacon, one quart of vinegar.
25 cents worth of onions, two dozen
eggs, five pounds of dried apples, one
can of tea and six bars of soap.
Charge it to Mrs. and send it
up immediately, will you?" "No
ma'am, we won't," calmly replied the
man. "What!" fairly screeched the
voice, this time trembling with anger."
"We are sorry but your account is
now lone overdue, and we are not
sending out any charge orders to
you: The receiver went up witn a
bang and the certain man knew itj
was time to "get busy," so hied him himself
self himself to a certain popular store to buy
bread and crackers and chese, but in-1
cidentally to watch developments with
the result that four or five clerks and
one manager are today worthy candi
dates for an A. B. degree in swearing
that they "didn't do it."
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Overhauling Ford motors .$16X0,
Overhauling Ford rear end $ 6X0
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LILIAN DE'ARMAND, LEADING LADY, MELVILLE'S COMEDIANS
The following were among Satur
day's visitors noted on our streets:
Miss Clara M. Ponchett, Jacksonville;
Mrs. Herbert L. Parchall. Abbeville,
S- C; Mrs. L. M. Noles and Mrs. J. E.
C romp ton, Coleman: Mrs. C. C. Priest
Jr. and Miss Sarah Lou Priest, An
thony; Miss Genevieve McCully, Fel
lowship; Mrs. D. F. Simmons and
Miss Bernice Simmons, Citra; Mrs.
Godfrey Stringer, Philadelphia; Mrs.
Jack Welhoner and Miss Kate Mills,
Conner; Miss' Mabel Altman, Citra;
Mrs. H. F. Smith. Belleview: Mrs. L.
P. O. BOX 605
LETTERHEADS, BILLHEADS. CARDS, :
CIRCULARS, FOLDERS, FINE BOOKLETS, ETC:
WE NEVER DISAPOINT A CUSTOMER ON A :
PROMISE. YOU GET THE JOB WHEN ITS DUE. I
OCALA EVENING STAR, MONDAY, MARCH 15. 1920
Columbus, Ga.: "I used to suffer terri terribly
bly terribly with gall-stone pains and cramps at
used two of Dr.
medicines, the Fa Favorite
vorite Favorite Prescription
and the Pleasant
Pellets. I took two
bottles of the 'Pre 'Prescription
scription 'Prescription according
to directions on bot bottle
tle bottle and the 'Pellets'
I took as I needed
them. These medi
cines gave me amply
rlorful relief fi.nd
my pains all disappeared. I never hesitate
'in recommending Dr. Pierce's veined
because I know they can be relied upon.
MRS. EFFIE RAPE, 3007 Second Ave.
Heat Flashes, Dizziness
Athens, Ga.: "During middle life I was
' in most miserable health. I was so weak
that I could scarcely get around to do my
housework. I also had heat flashes and
dizzy spells with smothering and nervous nervousness
ness nervousness so that I could not sleep at night. I
doctored for almost a year without any im improvement
provement improvement and I was very discouraged when
a friend suggested that I try Dr. Pierce a
Favorite Prescription and see if that would
not relieve me of my distress. The first
bottle of the 'Prescription' overcame the
hemorrhage and nervousness and built me
up into a stronger and healthier condition
than for some time past.
"I also commenced to take Dr. Pierce s
Pleasant Pellets at the same time to regulate
my stomach and bowels and I found them
to act so splendidly that I have not only
given them to my husband and children
but to my neighbors as well, and the "Pel "Pellets
lets "Pellets have always given the utmost relief
from constipation, sluggish liver and
stomach disorders. These 'Pellets' I keep
in my home all the time, ready for imme immediate
diate immediate use, and I really believe I could not
keep house without them." MRS. ROXY
FITZPATRICK, 115 Mitchell St.
Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription is a
remedy that any ailing woman can safely
take because" it is prepared from roots, does
not contain alcohol or narcotics. Its in ingredients
gredients ingredients are printed on wrapper. Get it
to-day, either in liquid or tablet form.
r Bend 10c. for large trial package of tablets.
Address Dr. Pierce's Invalids' Hotel,
Buffalo, N. Y.
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 $2540
If interested see me at once
FRANK W. DITTO
Electric Shoe Shop
We repair your shoes by the
Goodyear Welt System, and
save you money on your shoe
bills, besides you always wear
shoes that look like new.
We Call for and Return
Shoes to .Any Part of Town
110 W. Broadway. Phone 143
PHILIP G. MURPHY
Six hundred ladies can get the
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Nothing like putting on "a
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; all -your friends will wonder
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OOQlfll S0UTH MAGNOLIA STREET E?l
ald OLD METROPOLITAN THEATER IT iUllllci
Temperature this morning, 38; this
Mr. W. E. McKay Jr. of Coleman is
a business visitor in the city
Moonshine was rather prevalent
aiound town again Saturday night.
Easter SHIRTS at reduced prices
Tuesday and Wednesday. Walkley &
Eamett, Ocala House Block. It
Mr. C. P. Davis of Summerfield was
a business visitor in the city today.
Mr. and Mrs. B. D. Blackburn re returned
turned returned Saturday from a short visit to
Mr. C. J. Thomas and son, Berman
returned yesterday from Jacksonville,
where they spent several days visit visiting
ing visiting relatives.
Mrs. M. H. Stovall left yesterday
afternoon for Tampa, where she will
visit for a short time at the home of
her son, Mr. Wallace Stovall and
W. K. Lane, M. D., Physician and
Surgeon, specialist Eye, Ear, Nose and
Throat. Office over 5 and JJ)-cent store,
Ocala, Fla. tf.
Mrs. Howard Clark has returned
home after a pleasant week's visit at
Lake Weir, the guest of her father
and mother-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. W.
B. V. D. Un3erwear $1.65 a suit,
TUESDAY and WEDNESDAY. At
Walkley & Barnett's. It
Misses Annie Davis and Mabel
Vollmer returned home last Saturday
from a week's delightful outing at the
former's attractive cottage at Lake
All members of the Knights of Py Pythias
thias Pythias are requested to be present at
the meeting tonight to hear the report
of delegates to the grand lodge and
an address by Rev. Offutt.
$2.75 a dozen for collars TUESDAY
and WEDNESDAY. Walkley & Bar Bar-nett,
nett, Bar-nett, Ocala House block. It
Jack Kassels, the clever young sol soldier
dier soldier in charge of the recruiting office
here; has returned from Chuluota,
where he went to visit his sick moth
er, whq, we are glad to say, is recov
Sixty-three cents buys the best
Cold Cream and one of the best Face
Powders on the market. Special sale
price at Gerig's Drug Store.v 6-tf
The Catholic church pf this city has
purchased an Essex roadster from the
Ocala Motor. Co. for Rev. John Con Con-oley,
oley, Con-oley, of Gainesville, who will act as
pastor for the Catholic churches of
Gainesville and Ocala.
Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Winemiller and
family left this afternoon for Wau
chula for a several months stay, after
which they will return to Ocala for a
visit before going to their home in
Indiana. During their stay of five
months they have made many friends
who trust they will decide to return to
Ocala to reside permanently. Miss
Bonnie Winemiller was the competent
stenographer for the Board of Trade
while in the city, and besides making
many friends socially won a number
of admirers in the business world.
Easter SHIRTS at reduced prices
Tuesday and Wednesday. Walkley &
Barnett, Ocala House Block. It
A colored man by the name of
James File was fatally injured at the
Washington street crossing of the A.
C. L. about noon today. File was rid
ing on the auto truck of the Todd
Lumber Company, which was crossing
the railroad when the switch engine
pushing three cars came up from the
crossing. The truck cleared the track
in time, and it is understood that File
would have been all right if he had
stayed on it, buthe jumped and fell
under the wheels of the first car. He
was badly, cut up. He was picked up
pnd rushed to the colored hospital,
wiier the railroad surgeon did his
best to save him, but he died about 3
p. m. The Pyles & Perkins Co. has
charge of the funeral.
"AND HOME CAME TED"
"And Home Came Ted" .will be
given at the Eastlake club house next
Friday night, March 19, at 8 o'clock.
This delightful comedy has an inter interesting
esting interesting plot with many thrills and
laughs woven in. Dancing will follow
the play. Everyone cordially invited.
Tickets, 25 and 50 cents. 15-5t
Two more days,t TUESDAY and
WEDNESDAY, special sale. Walkley
& Barnett. It
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 ad
FOR RENT Two furnished rooms
for light housekeeping. Apply at 34
N. Sanchez street, or phone 238. 156t
FOR SALE 1918 Ford Touring Car;
new tires, good running condition;
$425. See J. Livingtson with Mel
ville's show. 15-lt
Tulula Lodge No. 22, I. O. O. F.,
meets every Tuesday evening in the
Odd Fellows' hall on the third floor of
the old Star office building at 7:30 p.
n. A warm welcome always extended
o visiting brothers.
C. W. Moremen, N. G.
W. L. Colbert, Secretary.
Use the Star's Unclassified Column.
WANTED Position in dry goods
store at saleslady. Have had five
months experience. Mrs. W. R. Du Du-Bose,
Bose, Du-Bose, No. 301 S. 4th St. 15-Gt
FOR RENT Six-room bungalow fur fur-n5shed;
n5shed; fur-n5shed; all conveniences. Possession
given at once. Apply to Carter's Bak
ery, Phone 360. 3-15-6t
FOR RENT One furnished room
with private entrance. Apply at 229
f ort King avenue. Phone 94. 15-3t
FOR SALE Circular saw mill com
plete, 35,000 ft. capacity with planing
mill, dry kiln, skidder, loader, loco locomotive,
motive, locomotive, cars, rail and 87,000,000 ft.
longleaf yellow pine. Price, $320,000;
one-third cash, balance five years.
Wire for particulars. John J. Earle,
Tampa, Florida. 15-3t
Ueder Tent Tltacaieir
Opposite Old Hospital
Return Engagement o!
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f OR SALE Ten bushels Early Red
Valentine beans; $14 per bushel, $27
per sack. J. A. McCarley, Boardman,
STRfAYED Two young looking horse
mules., One dark bay mule shod in
front; the other bl&ck mule shod in
front Owner can have same by calling
at my place near Mud, Hudgens' and
paying for this ad. and expense of
keep of mules. Call foe them at J. L.
B. Hudgens. James Hawkins, Route
B, Ocala, Fla. 3-13-3t
LOST Watch, 17-jewel, hunting case
Waltham movement; somewhere in
the business center, Friday. Return
to J. H. Tuten, or Star office, anfl re receive
ceive receive reward. 13-
WANTED Have you a slightly used
typewriter or phonograph you would
like to sell? Would you like to dis dispose
pose dispose of some of your old phonograph
records for other slightly used records
or for new tjnes? If socall at 107
Fort King avenue. 13-6t
LOST Bunch of six or eight keys
between Federal Bakery and postoffice
Friday afternoon. Reward to finder
by returning to Federal Bakery. 12-3t
America's Best Popular Price Show
In New Plays
4 Act Drama
5 Vaudaville Specialties
Doors Open 7:00 P. M. Curtain 8:15 P. M.
Admission 35c and 25c ?5S.
Reserve Seats on Sale at Harrington Hall Cigar Store
TYPEWRITERS WANTED I will
buy your machine, any make. Drop
me a line saying what you have and
price. Address, Box 752, Orlando
FOR SALE -25 acres on south Or Orange
ange Orange avenue, 15 acres cleared. Quick
sale for cash. J900. Lottie Matsler,
Reno, Nevada. 12-6t
FOR RENT Three or four unfur unfurnished
nished unfurnished rooms with bath. Apply at 308
West Broadway. 10-6t
WANTED If you have anything in
the line of furniutre, either new or
second hand, call on me. I pay high highest
est highest cash prices for same. B. Goldman,
Ocala, Fla. 9-tf
HAULING For hauling of all kinds,
csll the Motor Service Transfer Line.
Phone 339. J. A. Dunn, No. 7 West
Fifth street. 3-9-6t
WANTED Female help (colored) at
Brown's Laundry Arcadia, Fla. Pay
$10 a week for nine hours per day
and 17 cents per hour overtime.
Write Brown's Laundry, Box 11, Ar Arcadia,
cadia, Arcadia, Fla. 3-12
FOR SALE Six wm, two story
house, four fire places, and plenty of
porches; one acre lot; bath, electric
lights, etc. Good neighborhood. Get
information from Jerry Burnett,
Ocala. Address Mrs. D. J. Burnett,
Box 40, Murray Hill, Jacksonville,
Use the star's Unclassified Column.
FOR SALE Florida Runner pea peanuts,
nuts, peanuts, wll matured for seed; 12
cents per pound in any quantity. An Anthony
thony Anthony Farms, Anthony, Fla. 24-tf
FURNITURE, ETC. I huy and se'l
second hand furniture. Experts put it
in good condition before rebelling.
Repair sewing machines, lawn mow mowers,
ers, mowers, enamel ware, etc. J. W. Hunter,
310, 312, 314 South Main St. 23-tf
FOR SALE Victor Phonograph and
cer $200 worth of records, consisting
of red seals, dance, orchestra, bands,
vocal quartets and Hawaiian records.
Also record cases and albums all in indexed.
dexed. indexed. The first $75 takes alL Ad Address
dress Address Box 117, Ocala. 9-2t
HADSOCK'S WOOD YARD Phone
your orders to Smoak's shop. Phone
Fine, pure bred stock, $1.50 for 15.
Call phone 304. R. N. Dosh, 702 S.
4th St., Ocala.
FREE -fcCKBAV NIGHT
One IacSy will be admitted Free it
accompanied by one, adult ticket or
lady and gentleman with one ticket
The largest electric sign
In the world adv&ftises
on Times Square New York
City: It is 250 feet (on& 70
feet high: Made up of 17286
The fountains play, the
trade mark changes read reading
ing reading alternately WRIGLEVS
and JUICY FRUIT, and the
Spearmen 'do a turn..
This slfin is seen ntgbtfy by aDoot
500,000 people from etl over the world
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