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This afternoon, 66 degrees.
. OCALA, FLORIDA. TUESDAY, FEBRUARY I, 1521.
SUGAR TOOK A
LOSS OF RAILROAD
TO OUR HEROES
Of Reparation, So They Say, Imposed
on Them by the
SHIP ADRIFT III
THE SARGASSO SEA
Bound Around with Rapidly Increas Increasing
ing Increasing Barnacles Resembles the
Fordney Tariff Bill
T il TT M AI
Afked of WiLson by Harding to Con Con-firm
firm Con-firm the Latter's Appointments
Washington, Feb. Is A request
from President-elect Harding that
President Wilson call a special meet meeting
ing meeting of the new Senate for March 4th
was taken to the White House today
by Senator Underwood, the democratic
leader. Mr. Underwood said he con conveyed
veyed conveyed the message at the request of
Senator Lodge, the republican leader.
He saw Secretary Tumulty, who later
laid the request before the president.
The Senate would meet to confirm
cabinet and other appointments to' be
made by the incoming executive. Such
a session has been customary when
there was a change of administrations
and usually lasts only a week at the
HELP THE OCALA
BASEBALL TEAM ALONG
The members of the committee for
obtaining financial aid for the ball
team started out this morning, so if
you-are called on, help the enterprise
along. A good amateur ball team is
a fine advertisement for a town, and
Ocala has an abundance of the best
material, which will make a first-class
record if it has the proper support.
GIRLS AND BOYS DECLARE
WAR ON MODERN METHODS
In the Meantime Dan Cupid Shoots
His Darts Without, Success
at Mattoon, 111.
Mattoon 111.. uTan 29. Dan CuDid
is finding his bows and arrows are
thus far quite useless against the
Christian church of this city who have
formed a club not to keep company
with boys who smoke cigarettes or use
tobacco in any form.
The club is continuing to grow, ac-
Kee, superintendent of the Sunday
school oi that church, and tnougn a
marked decrease in the number of
"matches" is noted, according to Mr.
McKee, quite a few local boys have
given up the bad habit.
Dan Cupid's second and hardest
blow the blow that sent him reeling
dizzily came when a number of boy
students at the Mattoon high school
retaliated by forming an opposing or
ganization to try to make -out of the
girls of today "the kind "of girls our
In the meantime both sides are hold-
turn Endeavor Society a week ago
that Mr. McKee urged the girls to
sign pledges not to keep company with
boys who "used, the weed." Twenty
five pledges were signed immediately
ard during the past week the club
jjrSF-.bxleaps and bounds. The Chris
. turn Endeavor Society girls now hope
. to induce every girl in town to join
"Do you want to stand around
while some boy is smoking a cigarette
or walk up the street with him as he
dangles the silly thing in his teeth or
do you want to smell the nasty
smoke?" they argued. The answer,
they say, is usually "no" and a new
signer to the pledge is obtained.
It was then that the boys decided
something must be done. They miss
ed seeing their sweethearts and i
number of the male students at the
local high school formed a club, the
members signing pledges as follows
"I do solemnly affirm that I will not
court a girl who persists in:
"Wearing knee-length skirts.
- "Wearing low cut waists below the
point where mother wore them when
she was a girl.
"Wearing silk stockings.
"Using paint or rouge.
"Attending dances minus her cor
"Pulling out her eyebrows or wear wearing
ing wearing her hair, in such a style so as to
hide her ears."
Mr. McKee looks upon the boys' or organization
ganization organization as "merely a bluff club to
frighten the girls out of their stand
"It would be a good thing, though,"
he added, "if something like that
could be done. We need more girls
today like our mothers."
It was at a meeting of, the Chris Chris-ing
ing Chris-ing firm, according to members, -and
"much good is being done," according
to Mr. McKee.
"This is not a temporary movement
on the part of the girls," said Mr. Mc-
Kee; "They are in earnest."
"So are we," retaliated the boys.
Our box candies are bound to please
anyone. Norris and Crown Log Cabin
rolls. The Court Pharmacy. 19-6t
Roberts & Spencer for picture fram
iug. Our work stands. Phone 350. 6t
Berlin, Feb. 1. Germany
the reparation terms as fantastic and emergency tarifT bill has begun to re re-impossible
impossible re-impossible of execution and its the 8mble a wooden shift adrift in a bar-o-eneral
opinion that the eovernment nacIe infested sea, (with every day
cannot agree to them. The cabinet
w&s in executive session until late opponents ana inenas. ine iauer io io-last
last io-last night. "Madness" is the term the dav pZn to 8ee ions of its slnk
reichstag used in discussing the con- U,S- The latest acquisitions to the
ditions imposed. im appeared today in proposals to
cu,nvo AV rPT ii tt P-ace import duties on sunflower seed
Hamburg, Feb. 1 It is not improb-
able that Foreign Minister Simons
will reply to the reparations demands
by resigning from the German gov government,
ernment, government, says a Berlin dispatch. j
TAKE THEIR TERRITORY
Berlin, Feb. 1. German Foreign
Minister Simons will tell the reichstag
today, a leading newspaper says, that
Germany canot subscribe to the allied
that it is impossible to fulfill them.
GREAT VALUE OF GOULD
Blum Thinks Losing Him
Equivalent to Half a
New York, Feb. 1. The existence
of a $500,000 suit in which Kingdon
Gould, son of George Jay Gould is
charged with breach of promise to
marry Mrs. Richard Blum of Ark-
ville, N. Y., was disclosed by the su
preme court today. Gould denied em
ploying detectives to help Mrs. Blum
obtain a divorce. Gould has since
FIRE IN A CHICAGO FLAT
Chicago, Feb. 1. Fire after an ex-
plosion in a four-story fiat building on
lu o u o-j 7
the South Side sent thirty negro fam
ilies into the street today. No one
wa injured. The building agent said
he believed a fire bomb was thrown on
the roof. '
FLORIDA CITRUS GROWERS
WANT REFORESTATION j
Washington, Feb. 1. Toe eaters of
Florida oranges and grapefruit may
way affecting their breakfast tables,-
, a t. -j u
but the Florida citrus growers have a
different point of view, according to
forestry officials jof the United States.
department of agriculture who have
found the leaders of the industry anx-1
ious about future supplies of box
The Florida grapefruit and orange!
crop now reouires on tne average
more uian i,vw,vvu ooxes ycuriy iu
get it to market. It has a money
v: ton nv nnn
, , ....
and the industry is still expanding
rapidly. By 1930. if production con-' ,.
. . ... ... .behalf of the socialist editor. A new
tinues to increase in similar ratio to' .. , ,
. . ., . election having been ordered. Berger
that in recent years, the -output will' . .
j eir rit 11
require 40,000.000 boxes annually
Each box requires about 5 feet of
Local southern pine forests are the
source of the raw material for these
boxes but the supply is drawn uPtt
also for wooden containers for the
, . A .
products of Florida truck farms. The
truck farm products of the state now,
roll fnr lnnnnon Knvo anTinallv n.l
call for 13,000,000 boxes annually, and
thip demand also is growing.
Forest depletion under methods
which do not provide for regrowth has
reached a point which makes the ques
tion where containers are to come' .f fte toffice department would
from a matter of very practical con-. explainijlg that he
cern to the citrus industry m Florida.! wed m$ gacrifice to those who had
Conferences have been held with lead-'. nvested money fa the Mica Mica-ing
ing Mica-ing officials of the forest service to- afc nig yest
discuss this question. Application of j appa, of and hig feow
uie pniiviuies ui joresirv wun a view
lu .... pruuuciiuii ui guautiiicu suppucs
or dox material is regaraea as ine
only way to meet the problem.
t-r l a. i a. i
xne Kovernmen n.s a nauona,
est in Florida of over 300.000 acres,'
on which the piacfcability of forest
management for a sustained yield has
been fully demonstrated, according to
the forest service, but the lumber
needs of the state will require a very
much larger acreage than this. Under
the nation-wide forestry program
which the forest service and the for-
est and wood-usinr industries of the
rouniry generally are aavocaiing, it is
proposed to bring about conservative. Attorneys for Berger in arguing
handling of private forest lands as the apppfll conteded that the govern govern-well
well govern-well as public. The citrus fruit grow- ,,rtT1 tVo aan;marrek
ers are reported to be joining in advo-
cacy of this program.
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A hudnred of the latest reprints
THE BOOK SHOP. 31-3t
Delicate toilet waters that milady
will find pleasing and fragrant at the
Court Pharmacy. 19-6t
Washington, Feb. 1. The Fordney
seeing encumbrances added to it by its :
and "nails. The bill faced
aeoaie in i
BODY OF LIEUTENANT
TAYLOR SENT HOME
Norfolk. Feh. 1. Trip lindv of I.ipu-
t?nant John c Taylor kned by a sen
tfy Su'day nightf was shipped to the
lieutenanfs home at Greenville, N. C,
today, ine naval board inquiry ex-
pected to complete its
HISTOBY OF THE BERGER CASE
Washington, Feb. 1. Next to that
of Eugene V. Debs, the case of Victor
'Berger, publisher of the Milwaukee
Leader, a socialist paper, attracted
more attention than any other brought
by the government under the war-time
espionage act. Berger was accused of
disloyalty and was convicted at Chi Chicago
cago Chicago on January 8, 1919. Subsequent Subsequently
ly Subsequently he was twice denied a seat in the
House of Representatives by that
body and the third time he offered for
, re-election he was defeated,
j Four other leaders of the socialist
; party were convicted with the Mil-
waukee publisher. They were Adolph
Germer, secretary of the national so-
iiolief -4-t William V TTlTiCO CA
. z. . 2. T
f tne Young Socialist; Irwin St. John
Tucker, writer and speaker, and J.
Louis Engdahl, editor of the Ameri American
can American Socialist. Sentencestanging from
ten to twenty years were imposed by
Federal Judge Kenesaw Mountain
sp--y thTaving conspired6 to!
obstruct recruiting: and interfere with
4 Via oniiflocfiil nrncociirinn nf t hp war
) Ml USt VJClIliclIlj IIIIUUU tuc UCUItlJ
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tides intended to cause "msubordina-
t.on, disloyalty and refusal of duty"
. A, s Xt
. .f t, r tw
. 1 T It.
a movement xo uar oerger irom me
c-.. to which he had just
. trict, was at once started. Representa Representative
tive Representative Mann, former republican leader,
L'CIIIK UilC ui uic Itn wuiucuviai ""tin-
, TT rtf ;n
I again iciumcu nu wscww
Uouseoted to bar him 328 to 6,
.... ,. j
.nimseii 10 uc swum in.
The Milwaukee Leader in the mean.
I wag sh troubleg of Us
! editor. Barred from the mails under an
, . ti t),a
order of Postmaster Burleson, the
iituit cm i ffht a mininamiH in f hp Ten-
w ivile?es re.
stored. The writ was refused and the
case was carried by successive stages
I to the supreme court. During the
.course of the litigation Berger offered
' f. A ,. of M
.party members came to tne supreme
Qn & certificate
which was is
. sued when they alleged that they had
not been given a fair trial because of
, .. d prejadic on the
. Tjm1is. Alleer. re
marks made by jQ(Jge Landig on the
occasion of passing sentence m a
somewhat similar case were quoted as
showing that he viewed with disfavor
all persons of German or Austrian
b.rth. Judge Landis denied the ac accuracy
curacy accuracy of the quotations and declared
what lie" haA cairl hnr. hpen directed trt
the individaal with whom he was then
t waa vl-nlaMn nf fVlA rnni.
L,onal Hght of free speech and that
Jthe act was not effective in itself at
at fche time of conviction because the war
had ended before that time.
Roberts & Spencer, the furniture
fixers, for upholstering and all kinds
of furniture repairing. Phone 350. 6t
Expected to Leave South Florida To To-.
. To-. morrow for a Month at
Miami, Feb. 1. Mr. Harding is ex-
pected to return to Miami tonight
ter a two days' fishing trip around by large refiners in the local market
Coco Lobo island. It is understood he today. This is the lowest price quot quot-expecta
expecta quot-expecta to leave tomorrow for St. Au- cd in two years.
MRS. HARDING PESTERED
New York, Feb. 1. An army of1
newspaper reporters, augmented by
. ru; a
magazines, today resumed their as-
sault upon the hotel in hopes of
taining an interview with Mrs. "Hard "Harding,
ing, "Harding, who is here to purchase part of
her White House wardrobe.
EST TE SLFS'n
The real estate auction sales of the
past few days have proven most satis-
fnctory to the auctioneers in charge
as well as the owners of the property
The purchasers of the Boozer prop properties
erties properties were D. E. Mclver, Henry Gor Gordon,
don, Gordon, S. S. Savage Jr., Mrs. M. E.
Layne, B. H. Sanders.. Fred G. B.
Weihe, J. R. Moorhead, Phil H. Schaf Schaf-fer,
fer, Schaf-fer, Andrew Simmons, G. Crompton.
Capt. S. R. Pyles bought the Shady
The nronertv known as the Palmet
to hotel block in North Ocala was
also disposed of Monday afternoon,
The hotel was bought by Mr. Henry
Gordon, while the adjoining lots were
bid in by Messrs. Robert T. Adams,
J. W. Akin, C W. Moffett. J. C. Weth- j
erbce and J. R. Moorhead.
" Mr. L. M. Felton of the Felton
Realty Auction Company, Atlanta,
Ga. who had charge of the auctions
says that he will in all probability sell
several other farm propositions and
also city property within the coming
THUMBS DOWN FOR
JAZZ MUSIC IN ENGLAND
London, Jan. 15. The "azz" is dead
in London, says P. J. S. -Richardson,
rne of the foremost English-author!
ties on dancing. He declares that no
"new" dances will be popularized this
year, but the fox-trot, one-step and
tfingo, which have held international
interest for two or three seasons, will
"Previously those taught the same
dances by different teachers found
themselves hopelessly at sea when
they tried to dance together," he said.
"Through standarization, on which the
majority of dancing instructors in
London have now agreed, a common
framework in the steps will be insured
without eliminating all chance of in introducing
troducing introducing individual variations. Freak
ish and accentric Might gymnastic'
such as exaggerated forms of 'jazz
are rapidly passing out."
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We have the machinery and are pre
pirea to renovate your mauitas aim
make it as good as new. Work done by
people who know how. Roberts &
Spencer, Exposition St. Phone 350. 6t
2r.r.nnA .InSTl tft Via YlttA a'tPsK St
:ity FISH Market, 9 Ft. King Ave. tf
YOU Are Keeping Them Warm!
.. -v. . IdNuuk
In the mile square of former Russian barracks In Alexandropol, Republic
of Armenia, are housed 5.347 little
Near East Relief. Every bite they est, every stitch they wear. Is the gift of
the people of the United States, through the Near East Relief. In addltlcn,
the Near East Relief hospital has a dally average of 1,211 children patients.
while 1,049 others are given medical
finement to hospital beds. Over 54,600 little Armenian children are bousea.
clothed and fed by the Near East Relief in Armenia and Syria.
In all over 110,000 little children are being kept aJlTe by American aid.
IOU are doing it I KEEP IT
Subscriptions to Cleveland H.
Fine Granulated Sugar in New York
at the Lowest Price in Two
New York, Feb. 1. Fine granulated
af-!sugar was quoted at 7U cents a pound
i DUTCH DO NOT WANT
ANY BLUE SUNDAYS
i ne naeue. jan. n. An maicimem
'Wue Sunday" advocates was re-
ob-iturned in the port of a committee of
the second chamber of the Dutch par
liament on a bill proposing to forbid
amusements, curtail train sen-ice,
etc., on Sundays.
"The Sabbath was made for man,
I aL r. l a t
1 man ior me saonam,
report, killing the, bill.
'The closing of the theaters and the
prohibition of games would lead man
to seek amusement' in a less innocent
way. The reduction of passenger
traffic on Sundays would prevent peo people
ple people who were shut up in close homes
and narrow streets all the week from
enjoying fresh air and nature on the
Mr. and Mrs. R. R. Reneau of Daw Dawson,
son, Dawson, Ga., arrived in Ocala yesterday
at 4:30 o'clock with the remains ot
their little three-year-old daughter,
Dorothy Idel Reneau. The body was
buried at the home of the little girl's
'grandfather, Mr. W. T. Bean on the
The funeral was held at 2:30 this
afternoon at the Bean residence on the
Anthony road. Sam R. Pyles & Co.
lhad charge of the arrangements
ROBERTS & SPENCER'S
HEARSE HAS ARRIVED
The new auto hearse purchased sev
eral months ago by the undertaking
f ? m of Roberts & Spencer has arrivt J,
and is now in service. It is an excep
tionally handsome car and there is
probably not a better .one in the state.
I: is finished in what is known as two two-tone
tone two-tone gray, and the proprietors are nat nat-uvally
uvally nat-uvally very proud of it.
Circle No. 2 of the Methodist church
entertain circles Nos. 1 and 3 and a
lew friends at a tea at the home bf
Mts. T. M. Moore on Fort KingMon-
cr.y afternoon from 3:30 to 6 o'clock,
the affair beini? in the nature of a
iA rprise shower for Miss Carolyn
White, who lost her personal belong belong-i:
i: belong-i: gs in the fire at Southern College.
Ihe rooms were lovely with roses and
fprns and during the afternoon an ex excellent
cellent excellent musical ai.d literary program
was carried out. Several contests
were entered .into with mich zest and
at -the conclusion of the program a
l'rge basket was carried -in containing
tve gifts for Miss White. It was re refreshing
freshing refreshing to watch how overwhelmed
i-he was at receiving such beautiful
: i-.r?sents. Refreshments of sandwiches,
Dr. Charles Watson Moremen.
Commercial Bank Building, Ocala,
Ha. Office phone 211; residence
t. v.- v.- v, "J
Armenian orphans under care of the
treatment which does not require con
Dodge, Treas, 1 lladlMn Ave, New Terx
Pershing Ask that the Body of One
Unknown Soldier be Brought
from France to Arlington
Washington, Feb. 1. The return
from France of the body of an un unknown
known unknown soldier for burial in Arlington
cemetery as a fitting national tribute
to the men who fell in the world war
was advocated today by General Per Pershing
shing Pershing before the House military com committee,
mittee, committee, which is considering a bill for
ANOTHER KILLING IN
Belfast, Feb. 1. Captain King, dis
trict inspector, was seriously wounded
and his wife shot to death last night
near Mallow, County Cork.
The Rotary Club had its usual good
we ekly meeting tottay, with an excel excellent
lent excellent luncheon served by the Presbyte Presbyterian
rian Presbyterian ladies, and good talks, singing
and otner, pleasant incidents to fill the
Mr. Neil Weathers was a guest of
the club, and made an interesting
talk, which was heard with great
The principal stunt on the program
was requiring each member to deliver
a fractional biography of himself. Had
the Star known this was going to hap happen,
pen, happen, it would have had a dictaphone
installed. Each member had to tell
his birthplace, what was his father's
calling and what was the first work
he did for wages. This was not only
amusing but interesting, and it would
surprise the town to know the busi business
ness business beginnings of its most successful
The Rotary owes its success to" the
fact that it has something original on
each weekly program.
Yesterday at noon at the Methodist
parsonage, Rev. C. W. White perform performed
ed performed a marriage ceremony uniting Miss
Penelope "Nix and Mr. J. P. Milton.
Both parties live near Kendrick. Mr.
W. V. Chappell was the only invited
guest. After the ceremony the happy
couple departed for their future home,
a few 'miles north of the city on the
Kendrick road, where Mr. Milton has
a splendid farm and is meeting with
much success. Mr. and Mrs. Milton
have the best wishes of their friends
for a happy and prosperous married
IN COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
Sheriff Thomas and his deputies
keep County Judge Futch busy. The
fdlowing cases were disposed of yes yesterday
terday yesterday and today:
Melchoir Irving, carrying concealed
weapons $100 fine.
Caleb Jones, bootlegging two
months at hard labor and $100 fine;
also $50 fine for carrying a repeating
rifle without license.
Simon Brannen, Weirsdale, break
ing and entering held for the circuit
ccurt in bond of $1000.
PARIS BACHELORS WILL
VPAY A BABY BONUS TAX
Paris, Jan. 29. Bachelors of Parts
are to be taxed to pay bonuses to ba
bles. The general council of the Seine
as decided that mothers giving birth
to a third child shall receive 350
francs, 400 francs for the fourth child
d 450 for all children beyond the
fcurth. This system will apply to il
legitimates as well as to legitimate
NEW YORK CROOKS
FLEEING TO ENGLAND
Southampton, Eng., Jan." 17. Crim-
i-ials driven out of New York by the
efforts to suppress the crime wave
there are fleeing to England as stow stowaways
aways stowaways on British ships, says the Brit
ish marines. One captain told a mag-
Utrate here that stowaways had been
discovered on board every Cunard
ship that sailed from New York for
England for the last three months.
WOODMEN OF THE WORLD
Fort King Camp No. 14 meets at
K, of P. hall at 7:30 p. m. every sec second
ond second and fourth Friday. Visiting sor-
leigns are always welcome.
H. B. Baxter, C. C.
Chas. K. Sage, Clerk.
HOME MADE Lard.
Lee, Ocala. Route B.
Star ads. bring in shekels.
Four Members of a Pennsylvania
Wrecking Crew Killed in CJT
listen, in Ohio
Neirark, O, Feb. 1 Four members
of a Pennsylvania railroad wrecking
crew were killed today while returning
to Columbus when a wrecking train
was hit by a freight train three miles"
west of Newark. Several were injur injured,
ed, injured, two seriously. The wrecker was
returning 10 its station after picking
up a freight wreck last night.
Alter Over a Month in Which They
Were Cautious in Operation
Pittsburg, Feb. 1. Many indepen independent
dent independent steel companies in the Pittsburg
district today increased operations on
what they said was a cautiously con conservative
servative conservative basis, after six weeks in
vhich operations were suspended or
AMERICAN JACK TAR
COME BACK AGAIN
Rotterdam, Jan. 12 Whatever may
be the ultimate fate of the American
merchant marine, the American jack
tar hascome back to his own. This is
the verdict of constant observers in I
the shipping department of the United
States consulate general at Rotter Rotterdam,
dam, Rotterdam, one of the biggest ports for Am American
erican American ships in Europe, to which come
j monthly thousands of American mer
These Yankee ships' officers and
sailors, for the most part products of
only two or three 'years of training,
have learned to handle their big
freighters with all of the skill of the
windjammer crews of the old Yankee
clipper days. They do not, for the
most part, know how to reef a topsail
or do any of the hundreds of nautical
things for which there were rich
sounding terms in the days of the
sailing ships. But when it comes to
piloting a big steamer through a
heavy crale. stokinc the fires of the
uuiiius, ui turning oiui a tun
at any of the emergency tasks that
may develop at sea, .the American
or "A. B (able bodied seaman) in the
language of the seamen's resorts on
the Schiedamasche dyke here, -"wont
take nuthin' from nobody."
The big books of the consulate gen
eral,' in which are recorded the his histories
tories histories of the voyages of these-Ameri
can ships and the complaints of the
crews, bear out Jack's contention that
he is as able a 'seaman as any who
sails the seven seas.
"These records show," said one of
the consular officials, "that American
ships' officers are as efficient as Brit British,
ish, British, Dutch or Scandinavians trained
long to the sea. They show that the
young American sailor can learn his
work quicker, that boy whose nautical
experience three years ago was con confined
fined confined to' pumping water for the cows
on the farm, or bathing in the old
swimmin' hole, can adapt himself to
his ship as well as a Norwegian lad
who has been trawling for fish since1
he first wore trousers.
"For a short time, because of lack
of proper charts and much inexper inexperience,
ience, inexperience, accidents to American ships
seemed much more frequent than t
those of other nationalities. Now, this
"American born, newly trained cap captains
tains captains have no more trouble with their
crews than the masters of ships flying
other flags, or masters who have be-,
come naturalized Americans in order
to get an American ship. In fact, in
many cases they have less.
"Not long ago, an American captain
who was only 27 years old brought his
tramp freight all around the world.
making money on the voyage, and bis
crew had not a single complaint to re record
cord record against him."
"THE JIINSTREL SHOW
It's the show that's different be
cause it's a good minstrel show. Just
compare the appearance of every everything
thing everything with the Virginia Minstrel Show
with others and you will see the dif difference
ference difference and form your own conelu-
on. You will know before yon go
that this show is worth while and you
tie getting the best in minstrelsy and
don't judge from other minstrel shows
you have seen. This show is clean and
diimified. of a hieh order. nroudlT
sustaining a good reputation received
by years or enort. ine Desx ox tnem
alL This promises you can absolutely
depend on. and here" is Vour real joy
opportunity. Now be wise and be
there. Beember the date, Ocala,
Thursday, Feb. 3, 1-U
OCALA EVENING STAR, TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 1. 1921
Oeala Evening Star
Pabltahetf ETfry Day Exeept SaatUty by
STAR PUBLISHING COMPANY
H. K. Carroll. President
p. V. tveaeod, Serretary-Trearer
J. If. Bajamia. Editor
Entered at Oeala, Fla., postoffice as
Iome Society of Florida, that such
person is not authorized to act as
gent or solicitor of this institution,
and report the matter at once to the
nearest officer. The Children's Home
Society of Florida is maintained by
volunteer contributions, and not by
any traveling solicitors or agents. So
iiut such down as frauds whenever
they solicit you in the name of this
most worthy cause."
MEMBER ASSOCIATED Pit ESS
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Gainesville seems to be getting
along very well with its tent tourists
Kenesaw Mountain Landis agrees
more with the people than with the
American and Japanese sentries are
rapidly thinning out American nava
All honor to Wilson for refusing to
pardon Debs. Debs and his "kame
rad" Berger should have been shot.
The people of the United States
spend $200,000,000 annually on tobac
co. They get a lot of satisfaction in
Of our virgin forests one-sixth re
main. Unless we soon begin refores
tation. the area will soon be one
Sixty per cent of the world's output
of copper is controlled by the United
States, but Germany is better supplied
It is a sorrowful thing to see sue
things as Victor Berger given more
consideration than the average
service man.N v
We guess Harry Brown of the Lake
land Telegram will grin when he sees
the Star's first dispatch in Monday'
issue credited to his paper.
A famous rrench statistician re
ported to the French parliament that
8,501,437 men died in the war between
August 2. 1914, and November 11
AN ANCHOR TO WINDWARD
On reading the extract from the
DeLand News, condemning the law
yers, ex-County Judge Wm. E, Smith
s-nt in a few verses defending the
much-abused profession from its as assailants.
sailants. assailants. We will have to back Mr
Smith up by saying that we know by
ersonal experience that when a man
is in trouoie a gooa lawyer is some some-'Jmes
'Jmes some-'Jmes like the shadow of a great rock
in a desert land. The verses are from
a professional publication and read as) young or old, for firewood or
He's a man of sorrow,
And acquainted with grief;
Among all the sinners
He's considered the chief.
His friends all admire him
When he conquers for them;
When he chances to lose
They are quick to condemn.
They say "Ah! he's bought,"
If he loses a case.
They say, "Ah! he's crooked,"
If he wins in the race.
If he charges big fees,
They say, "He's a grafter."
If he charges small fees,
He's not worth going after."
If he joins the church,
"It's for an effect."
If he doesn't join the church,
"He's as wicked as heck."
But here is one fact
We all must admit.
When we get into trouble.
Our lawyer is "It."
Jennie Lee Blanton.
Either of the two American fleets,
the Atlantic or the Pacific, is far
greater than the famous fleet of the
United States which sailed around the
world in 1907-1908.
It is estimated that 5,000,000 of the
better class of Germans are planning
to depart for Brazil, Argentina, Mex Mexico
ico Mexico and the United States. There are
enough of them in the United States
The Douglas fir of Central British
Columbia exudes a liquid at the tips
of the leaves which when dry appears
in white masses of sugar. The In Indians
dians Indians never fail to lay in a supply for
the winter months.
Three hundred million gallons of
gasoline evaporate annually between
the wells and" the refineries. This
amount is only about half the total
evaporation loss and of this total at
least half is preventable.
The man. who is trying to introduce
a bill to punish landlords who try to
exclude children from their houses,
tenements and apartments is short on
law but long on human sentiment.
People who object to children are
selfish, stingy and cowardly.
We hear rumors of another attempt
to bond the state for $20,000,000 for
readsv There is a bunch of guys in
Florida who won't be satisfied until
they load the state down with debt for
something or other. It is to the in interest
terest interest of the people to vote against
them every time.
A scientific friend of ours is making
fun of us because we thought Betel Betel-geuse
geuse Betel-geuse is a new star. He says it is as
old as George Washington or older.
We have only the excuse of the Irish Irishman
man Irishman who beat up the Jew. On being
hauled into court and asked why it
was he had hammered the Jew so un
nic-rcifully, he replied it was because
the Jews killed Christ. The judge told
him that happened over eighteen hun
dred years ago. "Yis, your honor,"
replied the Irishman, "but I never
heard of it till yistiddy." We don't
read anything but the newspapers and
the encyclopedia. Betelgeuse did not
obtain any newspaper notoriety until
a few weeks ago and somehow we ov overlooked
erlooked overlooked him in the encyclopedia.
One of Ocala's young ladies having
received a letter from a friend in the
north finds a part of it so interesting
that she allows the Star to print the
following extracts from it:
"Darrtown, Ohio, Jan. 21."
"Dear Miss : I was pleased to
hear from you and thank you for the
information. I am also pleased to hear
you will look after my forty. I am
not desirous of selling, until I look the
situation over. I may then decide on
a better location. The location may
suit me. I am enclosing a check for
$20, which will give you some work working
ing working capital. You may pay my tax and
renew my subscription to the Weekly
Star. When convenient, pay some
friend to take you out to the place.
Please take notice as to whether any
timber has been cut or turpentined.
Also tell the old darkey on the place
he must not cut any growing timber,
other purpose. He is welcome to all
the dead timber for fuel. Give him to
understand that you are the boss. I
know the negro pretty well for a
r.r-rthern man. We have plenty of
them here. I am also pretty well
versed in the shortcomings of your
southern negro. I have traveled ex extensively
tensively extensively in the southern states, ex except
cept except Florida. Pensacola was my most
southern point. The southern negro
is a better negro than the northern
negro. The negro race may sometime
take the north, but never the south.
That may be the reason in part why
I do not want to sell my Florida land
but will probably buy more somewhere
in Marion county. Please tell the
editor of the Star that I like his dem
ocracy and also his paper. That four
years hence I will make myself a com committee
mittee committee of one and see to it that Jim Jim-mie
mie Jim-mie Cox makes a visit to Oeala as
president-elect of these United States
Jimmie Cox and I, as well, were born
in this, Butler county that has never
gone any other than democratic. We
have been chums from young man
hood. We both tauerht in the public
schools. He made Ohio the greatest
governor in her entire history."
JOHHNY MOORE'S CAFE
We had hoped to have a condensed
report of Sam Small's two meetings
here, but the gentleman who promised
us the story went back on us. And
him a preacher, too! Mr. Small
preached two good sermons-r-one at
the Baptist church in the morning and
the other at the Methodist in the eve evening,
ning, evening, on which occasion some of the
other churches closed and made an
union service with the Methodist. Mr.
Small is one of the few men who are
eloquent with tongue and pen, and his
audiences Sunday profited by his sermons.
The El Paso Herald says "that the
wages of sin have not yet been re reduced."
duced." reduced." Oh, yes, they have. You can
tuy it now for $5.50 a quart, and six
months ago it cost $14. Tampa Tri Tribune.
bune. Tribune. Where you getting it at that low
ROYAL ARCH MASONS
Regular conventions of the Oeala
Chapter No. 13, R. A. M., on the fourth
Friday in every month at 8 p. m.
H. S. Wesson. H. P.
B. L. Adams, Secretary.,
ORDER OF EASTERN STAR
The many friends of John T. Moore
throughout Florida, and especially in
Oeala, his home for most of his life,
will be glad to know that he is now in
the business of feeding and refreshing
the public in Tampa, where he is
operating the best cafe, cold drink and
ciar business in the city, located in
the heart of Tampa at 806 Franklin
street. There are other places in the
city of Tampa to eat, drink and smoke,
but none quite as good as that of
"Johnny," as his friends call Mr.
Moore. Oeala people especially are
Cordially invited to call on Mr. Moore
when in Tampa.
Mr. G. B. Overton is now our
funeral director and embalmer. Night
:hone 515, day phone 47.
25-tf George MacKay & Company.
For several days I will be in Oeala
for the purpose of repairing typewrit typewriters.
ers. typewriters. My headquarters are at the Har Harrington
rington Harrington Hall, where a phone message
will reach me. I repair all makes.
1-lt H. W. DeHart.
Just received sea bass weighing
from three to twelve pounds, for bak baking
ing baking purposes. City Fish Market.
Phone 158. tf
Oeala Chapter No. 29, O. E. S
meets at the Iasonic hall the second
and fourth Thursday evenings of each! minors iri and to the south half of the
Application for Leave
Notice is hereby given to all whom
it may concern, that Susie Ella Proc Proctor,
tor, Proctor, as guardian of Guylan K., Carlos
R. and Simmie L. Proctor, minor heirs
of Cade J. Proctor, deceased, will on
the 5th day of March, A. D. 1921, ap apply
ply apply to the Honorable L. E. Futch,
county judge in and for Marion coun county,
ty, county, at 10 o'clock a. m., or as soon there thereafter
after thereafter as the matter can be heard, for
authority to sell, at private sale, the
following described real estate, in
Marion county, Florida, to-wit:
AH the undivided interest of said
month at 8 o'clock.
Mrs. Rosalie Condon, W.
Mrs. Su?an Cook. Secretary.
KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS
Oeala Lodge No. 19. Conventions
held every Monday evening at 7:30
o'clock at the castle hall, over the G.
C. Greene Co. drugstore. A cordial
velcome to visiting brothers.
Tom Proctor, C. C.
Chas. K. Sage, K. of R. & S-
The Japanese minister of the navy
says his country will carry' out its
naval program regardless of what the
United States may do. He adds that
the construction plan need not be car carried
ried carried on with the United States as an
imaginary enemy. He might reflect
on the fact that no country has ever
found the United States an imaginary
enemy. It has always proven a very
real enemy to anything that provoked
it"into a fight.
OCALA LODGE No. 286, B. P. O. E.
Oeala Lodge No. 286, Benevolent
and Protective Order of Elks, meets
the second and fourth Tuesday eve
nings of each month. Visiting breth brethren
ren brethren always welcome. Lodge rooms
upstairs over Troxler's and the Book
Shop, 113 Main street.
C. Y. Miller. E. R.
southeast quarter and northeast quar
ter of southwest quarter of section
six, township thirteen, south, rang,
twenty-four, east, containing one hun hundred
dred hundred and twenty acres, more or less.
Said land belonging to the estate of
Cade J. Proctor, deceased, and to be
sold for the best interest of said
Dated February 1st, A. D. 1921.
Susie Ella Proctor,
2-i-tues-5t Their Guardian.
Have your old mirrors re-silvered.
Wt do it promptly and at reasonable
prices. All work guaranteed. Oeala
Aiirror and Plating. Works, WTalter
Yonge, proprietor. Phone 504. 17-tf
Rear Aam'l Brlatal
High Commissioner j
Praises Near East Relief
ple: Constantinople: Everybody
seems to have
a food ward to
say far the
done by the
more than 500
workers of the
Near East Be Belief.
lief. Belief. In a pub public
lic public address.
Mark L. Bristol, U. S. Navy. HIrh
Commissioner to Turkey, who mas
charge of all American Interests In
the Near East, weat oo, record
whole-heartedly In support of the
American relief organization.
"If I have been able to encour encourage
age encourage the workers of the Near East
Relief or give them assistance In
any way," the Admiral said, I feel
that I am more than repaid In
keeping with the success that has
attended the efforts of the Near
East Relief Committee In this part
of the world In the past. I hope
the future will bring you greater
success. It will always give me
pleasure to render any assistance
possible to the Committee as a
whole, to any of the workers, and
to tfie great work of humanity that
the committee represents."
When 139.000 Russian refugees
from the Crimea arrived off Con Constantinople,
stantinople, Constantinople, Admiral Bristol Imme
diately cabled the Near East Re
lief for help, and the Near East
Relief bakeries fed these refugees
and N. E. R. workers helped the
American sailors to get the sick to
Admiral Bristol Is in Intimate
touch with all the work being con
ducted by the Near East Relief
and speaks from personal knowl
edge of Its accomplishments.
LA AA A.A i
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ONCE YOU GET TEE
You will be ON THE ROAD FOR SAVING MONEY
You wait on yourself here, and you will have no trouble, for, with our
help, you soon learn where the goods are. You get through in a jiffy, for
there is no waiting for clerks.
Here is a list of some of our prices.
!& Cloverbloom Butter 60c
Full Cream Cheese. 25c
White Bacon per lb. 19c
Lard Compound per lb. 15c
Small Crisco. tin 24c
No. V2 Crisco, tin 35c
No. 3 Crisco. tin 70c
Kingan's Nut Oleo 29c
Kingan's Pure Lard in pound
blocks, per block 22 l-2c
No. 4 Snowdrift Lard 70c
No. 8 Snowdrift Lard $1.40
Maxwell House Coffey
10c Octagon Soap 7c
Bulk Roast Coffee
1-4 lb. tin Tetley's Mixed Tea 17c
1-2 lb. tin Tetley's Mixed Tea 34c
10c pkg. Tetley's Mixed Tea 8c
5c pkg. Tetley's Mixed Tea 4c
10c pkg. Chase & Sanborn Tea 8c
7 lbs. Cream or water
7 lbs. Hudnut's Fine or
NEAR EAST RELIEF
Blue Rose Rice, a good cooker, Saturday, per pound 7 cents
Every (lay is dollar day here, when it comes to making low prices. How However,
ever, However, we have listed below to lots of goods thai we will sell for one dollar on
Saturday and Monday. (January 29th and 31st.) We have listed the present
value of the goods to show you your saving ngainst service stores.
During the Peace Conference In Par Paris
is Paris the American Commission to Nego Negotiate
tiate Negotiate Peace, appreciating the Impor Importance
tance Importance of accurate, first hand Informa Information
tion Information about the Armenian situation, sent
Capt. Benjamin Burgee Ifoore of the
American Red Cross as head of a spe special
cial special mission to study and report on
conditions. Captain Moore's findings
as to the value of the work dene by the
Near East Relief form part of his offi official
cial official report.
"Armenians are sincerely grateful to
us," Captain Moore states, "since It Is
no exaggeration to say that they would
have disappeared as a nation had it
not been for this splendid help given
them by the Near East Relief and 'he
American Food Administration. The
best that sympathetic Americans can
do Is to continue and enlarge the pres present
ent present admirable work of the Near East
BUSINESS SERVICE BUREAU
We beg to announce to the general
public that on the 1st of February we
will open a business in the Merchants
block, in Oeala, to be known as the
BUSINESS SERVICE BUREAU,
where those in need of stenographic
and typewriting work, or general of office
fice office work of any kind, can have same
done at this office.
We also are prepared to do all kind3
of Multigraph work on short notice.
Soliciting your patronage,
22eod Blair Wood row.
REVELS STUDIO IN
A NEW LOCATION
I would call the attention of my
customers and the public in general
that I am now located in my new
studio over the Guarantee Clothing &
Shoe Co., corner Magnolia street and
Oklawaha avenue, where I am better
than ever prepared to serve them.
Come in and take a look at the new
place. EUGENE A. REVELS,
The laws of Florida require all au automobiles
tomobiles automobiles to have a 1921 license num number
ber number January 1st, 1921. All automobile
drivers not having 1921 license tags
on February 1st, 1921, will be prose prosecuted.
cuted. prosecuted. S. C. M. Thomas,
Sheriff, Marion Coutny, Fla.
EXTRA LARGE ORANGE
AND GRAPEFRUIT TREES
A few extra large, bearing size,
fi e-year-old buds on eight-year-old
filling in groves. Genuine Marsh seed seedless
less seedless grapefruit and Parson Brown
oranges or sour stock. $5 each for
sour stock. For yard purposes and for
three or more trees. E. H. MOTE,
22-tf Leesburg. Florida.
1, 25c value Royal Scarlet
1, 35c value Royal Scarlet
1, 35c value Royal Scarlet
1. 20c value Royal Scarlet
& 1, 10c value Baker's Shred
$1.25 dollar day for $1.00
1. 20c value Pink Salmon
1, 20 j value Oysters
1. 2oc value Dime Brand
1, 15c value Campbell's
Pork and Beans
1, SOc vnlue Red Label
S1.30 dollar day for v$1.00
To show you that every day is DOLLAR DAY here. Hereis a list that
we made up for one of our DOLLAR DAY specials and it turned out to be our
every day prices. This assortment will show you what your saving will be on
a mixed lot of goods from our stores.
1. 20c tin Tetley's Mixed Tea
lt 35c tin Rumford Baking Pow Powder
der Powder 1, 15c package Roxane Pan-Cake
1. 10c cake Octagon Soap
1, 15c package Jell-0
1. 10c package Atlantic Matches
1, 10c tin Shinola Shoe Polish
1, 10c package Uceeda Biscuit
$1.25 our regular price $1.00
Note the everyday saving, get the "U-SREVE HABIT"
CASH AND CARRY
One east and one west of the city square
ONE OF FLORIDA'S BEST GARAGES
Expert Repairs Tires Gas and Oil
0 Main Street. Opposite Foundry - OCALa. FLORIDA
PRACTICAL CARPENTER AMI
Careful estimates made on all co co-tract
tract co-tract vi ork. Gives more and better
work fir the money than any other
contract or in the city.
LET ME DO YOUR
No job too small, and none
J too large. All work guaran
The publishers advise that books of
fiction will not be reduced during
1921. We have just received fifty of
the latest and best. THE BOOK
shop. 3i-3t Phone 581 208 Anlhory Road
F. F. BLACK
J. D. DAWKINS
ALL KINDS OF
FRESH MEATS, FISH
TUESDAY and FRIDAY
111 W. Broadway
MARION-DUNN MASONIC LODGE
A man trying to sell calendars for
the benefit of the Children's Home in
Jacksonville, was exposed as a fraud
in Gainesville the other day. As he
may drift this way, people should be
on- the lookout for him. The Gaines Gainesville
ville Gainesville News says: "Please bear in mind
that whenever a person asks you to
buy anything or contribute anything
as means of helping the Children's
Marion-Dunn Lodge No. 19, T. & A.
M., meets on the first and third
Thursday evenings of each month at
7:30 o'clock until further notice.
J. R. Dey, W. M.
B. L. Adams, Secretary.
Raising the Family- Ma s tenderness towva'tf Ha dtdn t last looot
Tulula Lodge No. 22. I. O. O. F
ueets every Tuesday evening at the
Odd Fellows hall at the corner of
Fort King Ave. and Osceola street. A
warm welcome always extended to
T. C. Carter. N. G.
' H. R. Luffman. Secretary.
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OCALA EVENING STAR, TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 1, 1921
:C. Cecil Bryant:
Accounting and Auditing
i i PHONE 332
Winter's short days call
for much artificial illum illumination.
ination. illumination. As a result your
fcsee .SC eves are taxed rather
DR. K. J. WEIHE,
Optometrist, and Optician
Don't fail to visit the Guarantee
Clothing & Shoe Company. Every Everything
thing Everything we sell is guaranteed. We're
fighting for QUALITY not prices, tf
I LET US BUILD YOU A I
n c nw
Select your own lot and
plans. Terms: half cash,
balance like rent. Call and
talk it over with us.
' RAY X THOMSON
WILLIAM A. TUVSMAN
Estimates Given Free
Phone 526 Ocala. Fla.
Geo. Hay X- Co.
3H i BI-MONTHLY SHOOT OF
THE BELLE VIEW CLUB
Belleview, Jan. 28. Despite a high
iwind which had teeth in it sharp
NOTICE TO MEMBERS OF
BUSINESS WOMAN'S CLUB
and Emba liners
Two Licensed Embalmers
Motor Funeral Cars 5
Private Morgue and Chapel g
Day Phone 47 S
Night Phone 515 H
G. B. Overton, Manager f
ttmn'i i : i ? f mimt
Meet me at the American Cafe,
Union Station. Ocala. for a regular
dinner family style. Best dinner in
the state for 75c. Eat and drink all
you want. Time for dinner 11 a. m. to
2:30 p. m. Owned and operated by
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gjemugh to numb trigger fingers, good
H jsvo'res were the rule at the Belleview
tJiGi'n and Rod Club's bi-monthly shoot
w nf its SmitVi Tjti tran vptsfrdav. In
stead of the usual team match, how how-eer,
eer, how-eer, the contestants shot as individ individ-u?ls
u?ls individ-u?ls for a box of cigars presented by
the club's president, F. F. Wendell.
It was won by R. B. Meffert, who
broke 85 out of 100 targets and who
promptly passed the smokes around to
The first perfect score on the range
was made by a lady. Mrs. W. P. Preer
of Ocala, who fired at one target and
hit it squarely, but refused to claim
A game dinner, directed by George
W. Cogswell as chairman followed the
shoot and proved an enjoyable affair,
notwithstanding the chill in the air.
About half of those present were la la-aies
aies la-aies and there were eatables in super superabundance,
abundance, superabundance, but the club's deer hunters
who spent the day in the scrub were
not successful in their persevering
quest and as a result venison was not
on the menu.
The occasion was also in the nature
of a christening of the Belleview
club's newly completed club house at
the lake, a number of unexpected gifts
tving brought to -the grounds. Among
them was a pool table given by Mr.
Nathan Mayo, a stove from George W.
Cogswell, two dozen porcelain lined
cups and a baking pan from W. P.
Peer, manager of the Marion Hard Hardware
ware Hardware Co.. and a large water cooler
from J. M. Thomas, acting for the
Munroe & Chambliss National Bank of
The scores in the shoot were as fol fol-Icws:
Icws: fol-Icws: Shot at Hits
The regular business meeting of the
professional and business woman's
club will take place tonijrht at the
club rooms promptly at eight o'clock.
Every member -is urged to be present.
WEIRSDALE W. C. T. l
January 27th, one of the union's
regular meetings, Dr. Sarah-Bebout,
ftom Norwalk, Ohio, who is spending
the winter at South Lake Weir, gave
earnest and instructive talk about
tho responsibility the mother had for
the health of her child. Also when
t' e children grow to be young men
and women. She emphasized the im importance
portance importance that the mother should in in-it.uct
it.uct in-it.uct her child acrainst the "social
evil," because the mother could do it
hotter. than any one else, also she
should study the subject as never be
fore so as to be a real help to our or
ganization, which is striving to better
humanity along such lines. She cited
many cases in her wide experience as
a doctor how humanity had contracted
kathsome diseases through ignorance
rnd negligence, and how the innocent
were made miserable the remainder of
their lives. All were delighted and
interested to hear Dr. Bebout and a
cordial invitation was extended by
the president to her to come again.
The next meeting will be February 10.
Everybody is invited to attend.
K. B. MerTert 100
I W. P. Preer 125
III. Baxter 100
j-J. M. Thomas 75
!. fc.. Martin oO
C. E. Martin 75
W. B. Hames . 50
J F. Hames 75
L. T. Izlar 50
J. E. Pelot 50
TV. 1 -U. .Martin
; Ernest Nott
i'E. F. Clark
r.. a. l- rencn
liav Leach 25
PLEADS FOR SISTERS
Tragic Tale of Harem Victims'
The Picture You Will Never Forget
15 and 35 cents
HELPED PAY AMERICA'S DEBT
The Closing out Sale at Goldman's will continue
until every dollar's worth of Dry Goods, Shoes and
Clothing is sold out, as I mean to sell out these lines
completely and devote the entire two floors to
FURNITURE, and Furniture only.
What One Dollar Will Buy
A DOLLAR will buy Eight yards of LL Yellow Homespun, 36 inches wide.
A DOLLAR will buy Five yards of Fruit of the Loom, 36 inche wide.
A DOLLAR will buy Five yards of Quality Nainsook, 36 inches wide.
A DOLLAR will buy Four yards Indianhead.
A DOLLAR will buy Four yards of Lenox Hickory Stripes, blue or brown.
A DOLLAR will buy Four yards of beautiful 36 inch Cretone.
A DOLLAR will buy Four yards of 36 inch Fancy Mattress Covering.
A DOLLAR will buy Four yards of Railroad Cheviots.
What Less Than One Dollar Will Buy
A pair of Army Pants Three Embroidered Pillow Cases
A Shoe, dress or work for men or women 13 yds Yellow Homespun
36 inch Silk Poplin in all colors Two Ladies' Dress Waists
And. Many Other Things Too Numerous To Mention
How Mrs. Monroe Wat Instrumental
in Saving the Life of Madame
Ad Interesting sidelight on history
lies ju the story of how the wife' of
James Monroe, fifth President, 6avd
the life of Madame Lafayette at the
time Monroe was American ambassa ambassador
dor ambassador to France. Lafayette himself was
In prison in Germany, and kept In a
foul dungeon. Mme. Lafayette had
been seized by the Revolutionists, and
was confined in the prison of La Force,
and a date had been set for her execu execution.
tion. execution. The Monroes were very much
alive to the great debt America owed
the young aristocrat, and Mrs. Monroe
determined to do what she could.
She ordered the state coach of the
embassy, with Its flaring coat of arms,
to deliver her to the doors of the
prison of La Force, and once there,
calmly requested an Interview with the
unfortunate prisoner. An Interview
with a person sentenced to the knife
was unheard of, but the dawning
power of the United States was such
that the officials dared not refuse the
request of the ambassador's wife. A
few words were exchanged between
the women, and Mrs. Monroe drove
away. The next morning she was
liberated, the French Revolutionists
fearing to execute her, and desiring
thus to secure the friendly attention
of the new nation. It was a daring
thins to do, for the results might have
been disastrous and all sorts of In International
ternational International complications might have
More than ten thousand Armenian
girls have been rescued from Turkish
harems through the help and gener generosity
osity generosity of America. This Is the state statement
ment statement given out by the Near East Re Re-lief,
lief, Re-lief, which is making the saving of
these tragic victims of Turkish cruelty
one of the most Important feature! of
That It Is a work which In Itself
Justifies the millions that America has
spent in this stricken land la testified
to by little Miss Eliza Dodurlan, a
twenty-year-old Armenian girl recent recently
ly recently arrived In this country. Miss Dodu Dodurlan,
rlan, Dodurlan, through the Intervention of Amer American
ican American missionaries, was herself soared
"WHY PAY MORE"
Oysters Have Many Enemies.
Between the planting and the har harvest,
vest, harvest, an interval of from two to five
years, the oyster culturlst assumes
many hazards. On the New England
coast, after all his material Is down,
the fickle "set' may not appear, pos possibly
sibly possibly because at the critical time some
weather disturbance may have killed
the baby oysters while they were yet
swimming near the surface. In the
Gulf of Mexico the "set" may be so
heavy that there Is scant room for the
oysters to grow, and many die, while
those .that are left are half starved
and misshapen from crowding. Even
when the little oysters or "spat," have
attached themselves In favorable nunr
bers, their perils have Just begun
They are never safe from other ene
mies until they fall Into the hands of
their arch foes.
When the Ships Come In.
In Hawaii, the Philippines and Cuba
one of the chief topics of interest to
the islanders is the arrival and de
parture of steamers. Newspapers de
vote whole paj:s to these boat move movements,
ments, movements, to lists of the passengers.
Interviews with notables on board
and stories of the voyage by members
of the officers staffs and crews. In
fact the arrival of the evening train
In a mainland rountry town holds
no more interest for the residents
thanthe maritime news has for. the
people of Honolulu, Manila and
Havana. The Cuban capital has a
new object of Interest In this regard
In the lately Instituted daily air serv service
ice service between that city arid Key West.
The planes are of the United States
navy scout type, each carrying eight
g? : IHr" fry'. -. ry
the suffering of exile and the horrors
of slavery ; but she knows all too well
the terrible fate of her sisters and
friends. It la for them the soft-eyed
little girls of fifteen and sixteen when
last sh4 saw being torn from their
mothers' arms and carried off on the
saddle bows of the Turkish soldiers
that she makes her plea.
Waat their Uvea have been since
thea may be guessed by a look isto the
faces of any of the ten thousand who
have passed throagh the Rescue Homes
of the Near East Relief. Their heads
bowed Jn shame, they creep lata the
Americas relief stations, trying valaly
to hide the tattoo marks which pro proclaim
claim proclaim to the world their story.
Thousands of these girls have been
brought back to life and hope through
the work of the Near East Relief. It
Is to rescue the one huadred thousand
mere still held captive that the Near
East Relief is making its appeal this
' Si! i !! 1 1 !! I i!
'! I M !
1 !: h i I 1
- !' M l I
Ground-Hogs Are Coming Out
of Their Holes For Good
THE LONG Winter of High Prices is safely
over. The warm sunshine of lower costs
has thawed out the ice that made people
resist buying the things they desired, because of
The Spring of thrifty living has come again
Things that you buy, from this time on will be
worth the price that you will be asked to pay for
them and that is all that any reasonable per person
son person desires.
That's a big thing to give and to get
This storehas always prided itself on giv giving
ing giving every customer the biggest possible money's
worth, until war prices came. Then all our best
efforts were fruitless, for nobody could either
give or get real money's worth.
Now "money's worth" has come back to us,
and we are far more delighted to give it than
you can possibly be to receive it.
The new merchandise that is coming into
our store looks splendid to us, and will look the
same to you; for quality is so much better now
in so many things that were not made up to the
standard by the hurried hands that did such
poor work for the last couple of years. Now
they are doing expert and skillful labor again,
and the quality is better, while the prices are
much lower. 4
So we tum our laces to the new season on
"Ground-hog's Day" with every hopeful expecta expectation
tion expectation of serving you vastly better this year, and
bring back to you the old pleasure and satisfac satisfaction
tion satisfaction of shopping with us because of the excellent
money's worth that we shall always be able to
"THE FASHION CENTER"
SHRINES BEYOND ALL PRICE
Does as He's Told.
"There's one thing Til say for him."
"He has the courage of his convic convictions
tions convictions once his wife has made op his
mind for him."
United States Has Many That Are In In-expresslbly
expresslbly In-expresslbly Dear to the Hearts
of the People.
This old Plymouth church belongs
to the noble dead, to the living only
as trustees, but by way of pre-eminence
it belongs to the generations
that are as yet unborn. Civilization
Journeys forward partly on booka,
partly upon the memorial days of great
men, who. are builders of the state,
upon organized laws and flnslly upon
No one can fully value the Influence
of the Temple in Jerusalem upon the
Hebrew state In like manner the
Parthenon was like an invisible teach teacher,
er, teacher, whose strong hands shaped the
plastic soul of the Greek race. There
are half a dozen buildings In Great
Britain, including Westminster abbey
ar,' St. Paul's, and to tak those
buildlncs out of England's life would
h. liko tftkin? the intellect out of
The people of the United states have
but a brief history, only three cen
turies, but" they have Independence
hall. Mount Vernon, that shaft at Get Gettysburg.
tysburg. Gettysburg. Faneuil tall. Old South
church. Lincoln's house and shrine at
Springfield, and old Plymouth church,
priceless shrines for the American peo people.
ple. people. Newell Dwlght HIUIs.
Negotiable Storage Receipts Issued on Cotton. Automobiles, Etc
LONG DISTANCE MOVING
MOVE, PACK, SHIP
OCALA MOTOR CO.
C. E. Simmons
Best Equipped Garage In Florida
BATTERY Water and Service FREE
DIAMOND UGflT DATTER1ES GeTaE
$30 $35 $40
Batteries Recharged and Rebuilt
Advertise and get Results
OCALA EVENING STAB, TUESDAY. FEBRUARY 1. 121
J. fl. SPEXCER
All Buick Cars Eq'Jf$ed
We Make a Specialty of Parts for
- twrr. 1
GOODYEAR AND U. S. TIRES AND TUBES
Exclusive Agents for "VESTA BATTERY, 18 Mo. Guarantee
- An Up-to-Date Battery Service Station
-We Maintain an Up-to-Date Garajewith" Expert Workmen, at all
Times, Auusing Prompt nd Efficient Service.
GASOLINE, OILSAND GREASE.
SPENCER-PEDRItK MOTOR CO.
A smile costs nothing; greet your
r.eighbor with one often and sho-v
our neighborly interest by telling
them that FEDERAL bread i3 the
lest made. lQ-fit
LETTERHEADS, BILLHEADS, CARDS, CIRCULARS, FOLDERS, FINE BOOKLETS, ETC.
ft r "ft it i?
' We never disappeint a customer on a promise.
You get the job when its due.
20 for 20c
in air-tight pack packages.
ages. packages. Also obtain obtainable
able obtainable inround tins
of 50, vacuum
IV. R. PEDRICK
With Cord Tires
k and the Prices are
the Cost of Same.
1916 seven-passenger Buick in good J
condition. Price very reasonable.
Terms. Spencer-Pedrick Motor Co. tf
Pal neneils SI at the Book ShoD. 3t
Open a package. No Notice
tice Notice how fresh they are.
mm r$ 4 if- i
Now get that flavor!
Real Turkish blended
with Burley and other,
- For All Cars
GEO. J. WILLIAMS
Formerly Carroll Motor Company
Garage, Osceola St.
Phone 597 Night 408
! L T. 1ZLAR
-You will be more than delighted
when' you try a box of our delicious
Log Cabin Candy, and our Martha
Washington Candy. THE VOGUE is
tat your service. Phone 580 or 558 for
quick delivery of our QUALITY ICE
P. 0. BOX 606
Light up. Pretty smooth
what? And n, too!
they satisfy Oh
And the blend
If you have any
phone to five-one.
Mr Sue Mclver of Irvine is a guest
at the home of Mr. D. E. Mclver.
New Victor records at THE BOOK
SHOP. 31 -3t
Mrs. George Watson of Alabama is
visitor in the city for a couple of
weeks at the home of her. mother,
Mrs. Sue Frink.
Have your pictures framed. Phone
us. We will call for them. Roberts &
Spencer, phone 350. l-t
Mr. and Mrs. Dustan of Kalamazoo,
Mich- are recent arrivals in the city
for a visit of several weeks, and are
located at the Ocala House.
W. K. Lane, M. D., physician and
surgeon, specialist eye, ear, nose and
throat. Office over 5 and 10 cent store,
Ocala, Fla. Adv. tf
It is reported that the road to Dun
nellon is in very bad condition. It is
unwise to negotiate it with anything
less robust than an army tank.
Don't fail to visit the Guarantee
Clothing & Shoe Company. Every
thing we sell is guaranteed. We re
fighting for QUALITY not prices, tf
Judge Futch yesterday issued mar
riage license to Mr. Riley Maxwell and
Miss Belle Swamey both of Gaines Gainesville.
ville. Gainesville. They were joined in wedlock
by Rev. Collins.
Pure grapefruit and orange jelly,
"a Florida product," at the Fort King
Confectionery. Phone 596. 22-tf
JMrs. E. H. Mote and her guests, Mr.
and Mrs. .Fisher of Washington, were
visitors in the city yesterday, guests
at the home of Mrs. Mote's sister, Mrs.
William Hocker. Mr. and Mrs. Mote
have just returned from a visit both
to the east and west coast, where they
entertained their guests, Mr. and Mrs.
Fisher for several weeks.
Fresh oysters and full line of fresh
vegetables and fruits at all times.
Cook's Market and Grocery. Phone
City council meets tonight and w
understand that it will be a very in interesting
teresting interesting session. It is reported that
a petition asking the council to elect
Mr. John Martin city manager will be
Buy "A BOOK A WEEK" at THE
BOOK SHOP. 31-3t
Mrs. Lewis Shephard and son, Har
ris Powers of Chicago, arrived in the
ity yesterday afternoon to speno
s-me time as guests of Mrs. Shep Shep-hard's
hard's Shep-hard's parents. Mr. and Mrs. F. E.
To guard against colds and othe.-
iiifections make a practice of using a
daily gargle. Get an atomizer at the
Court Pharmacy. 19-6t
Messrs. Alfred Green and Ernest
Green returned to Daytona Beach
yesterday after a pleasant' week's
visit in the city, guests at the home
of the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs.
L. N. Green.
Don't forget where you can have
your pictures framed. Roberts &
Spencer, phone 350. l-6t
Our old friend, Ed Carmichael of
Ocala, and owner of Che celebrated
Silver Springs, passed through our
city Thursday en route to Miami. He
returned here Friday and spent the
night. Fort Lauderdale Sentinel.
Victor records for February on sale
Feb. 1st at the BOOK SHOP. 31
Messrs. Otis Green and Winth
Robinson, students at the Universi
of Florida, are expected in the city
t. day to spend the remainder of the
week, as guests at the home of the
former's mother, Mrs. Emily Green
1920 Dodge light delivery truck;
run nve months: 90-day guarantee.
Price reasonable; terms if desired.
Spencer-Pedrick Motor Co. 26-tf
Mrs. R. T. WTeaver and sister, Mrs
Kelsey and daughter. Miss Winona
Kelsey left the latter part of -last
week by automobile for Atlanta. Mrs.
Weaver went especially to purchase
the spring stock for the Elite Hat
Our new stock of BLANK BOOKS
has arrived. THE BOOK SHOP. 31-3t
R. V. Ott of Ocala, who is with the
Loncala Phosphate Company, was
business visitor in Gainesville today
and kept busy shaking hands with his
numerous friends. He reports Mrs. Ott
and their little daughter getting along
n'cely. Gainesville News.
Don't fail to visit the Guarantee
Clothing & Shoe Company. Every Every-liing
liing Every-liing we sell is guaranteed. We're
.ehtinir for QUALITY not prices, tf
Misses Margaret and Mamie Taylor
will entertain a number of their
friends as auction Friday afternoon at
their home in honor of Mrs. DeWitt
Blew of New Yorjt and Miss Margaret
Hall man, guests at the home of Mr
and Mrs. G. S. Scott and Mr. and Mrs
J. H. Taylor.
Salt and fresh water fish, oysters
shrimp, etc., at CITY FISH MARKET,
Ft. Kine Ave., nhone 158. 27-tf
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Thiers and
Mr. and Mrs. J. Sherwood of Michigan
but spending the winter at "Wilbur by
the Sea," near Daytona, were week
end visitors in the city, guests of
Judge and Mrs. Lester Warner and
the Misses Date, who are spending the
winter in the cijy at the home of Mr,
ar.d Mrs. William Jeffcoat. They spent
a dav at Silver Springs and were
highly pleased with the beauties of
this wonderful spring.
There has been much demand for
CARNATIONS. I have them now, a
special grade at f 2.75 and $3 per doz dozen.
en. dozen. Heintz, the Florist, Ocala. 31-4r
Pat Gillen, a popular university stu student,
dent, student, and well known in the city, was
operated on Sunday morning at the
university infirmary, where he has
been a patient for the past few days,
for appendicitis. Later reports are
that he is getting along nicely. Pat
is a popular figure on the streets when
he is well, always on his post of duty
selling various newspaper publica publications.
tions. publications. Friends hope to eee him out
again soon. Gainesville News.
Federal bread always has th it
gr.od old home-made taste. Try oUr
cinnamon rolls, too. 19-0t
Column books two to 24 columns at
THE BOOK SHOP. 31-3t
The members of the "A" club spent
a very pleasant evening last night as
gvests of Mrs. R. L. Anderson Jr., at
her home on Oklawaha avenue. Auc
tion was the diversion of the evening,
ar.d playing with the club members
were Mrs. R. S. Hall and Miss Nellie
Bain. This is the first at home that
Mrs. Anderson has been hostess to
sirce moving into this cottage and the
evening was unusually enjoyable. The
guests were given the opportunity of
viewing Mrs. Anderson's cozy home.
which is most 'attractively and rtis
tically arranged, and Mrs. Anderson
was voted a most hospitable hostess.
Miss Onie Chazal was presented with
a dainty prize for making high score,
and at the conclusion of the games a
salad and ice cream course was served.
If you are not using Federal bread,
csk your neighbor how ishe lives it,
thtn give it a triaL 19-t
Mrs. W. T. Gary "will entertain at
her home tonight the members of her
Sunday school class, the Philatheas
;.nd the young men of the Baraca
class. This occasion is a special com compliment
pliment compliment to three young brides, who
sie members ol tne I'nilatnea class,
rrmely: Mrs. J. G. Parrish, formerly
Miss Winnie Hunt; Mrs. J. F. Curry
of Dunnellon. formerly Miss Claudia
O'Neal of this city, and Mrs. En gene
Mobley, formerly Mrss Dorothy Ed Edwards.
wards. Edwards. Prompt service and fair prices'
ur motto. Cook's Market and Groc
ery. Phone 213.
ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE
OF TRAINS IN OCALA
Seaboard Air Line
Arrive from Jacksonville.. 2:10a. m. I
jeave-for Tampa 2:15 a. ra.
Airive from Jacksonville. 1:30 p. m.
Leave for Tampa 1:55 p.m.
Arrive from Jacksonville.. 3:51p.m.
jtave for Tampa 4:05 p.m.
Arrive from Tampa 2:14 a.m.
Leave for Jacksonville.... Z:15a. m.
Airive from Tampa 1:35 p.m.
Leave for Jacksonville.... 1:55p.m.
Arrive from Tampa 4:16 p.m.
Leave for Jacksonville.... 4:17p.m.
Arrive from New York.... 1:34a.m.
Leave for St. Petersburg.. 1:37a.m.
Arrive froi. St. Petersburg 2:55 a.m.
Leave for New York 3:00 a.m.
Atlantic Ccast Line
Arrive from Jacksonville.: 2:31 a. in.
weave for St. Petersburg. 2:32 a. m.
Arrive from Jackcnville. 3:34 p.m.
Leave for St. Petersburg. 3:35 p.m.
Arrive from Jacksonville. .10:12 p. m.
Leave for Leesburg. 10:13 p.m.
Arrive from St. Petersburg 2:26 a.m.
eave for Jacksonville 2:27 a.m.
Arrive from St. Petersburg 1:25 p.m.
Leave for Jacksonville.... 1:45p.m.
Arrive from Leesburg.... 6:41a.m.
Leave .for Jacksonville 6:42 a.m.
rrive from Homonassa 1.25 p.m.
for Homos&s&a. .v 3:25 p.m.
Sunday. . .11:50 a. m.
Leave for Gainesville, dally
except Sunday 4:45 p m.
Leave for Lakeland Tues
day, Thursday, Saturday 7:25 a.m.
Ar. Irom Lakeland. Tues
day, Thursday, Saturday 11:03 p. m.
Leave for Wilcox, Monday,
Wednesday and rriday.. 1:10 a, m.
Airive from Wi6x, Mon
day. Wednesday. Friday. 6:45 p.m.
The curato'.a ." :In. l.u;.vv. s:on an-i
Tascanlan museums avi j r'"r.tel to
the Royal Society f Tasmania tlte pr pr-Umlnary
Umlnary pr-Umlnary account of a nearly completf
skeleton of a gijriintlc extinct monster,
recently d!scven'l In the plelstocein
beds of Tasmania.
The animal was as larjre n tht
largest existing r! ': n s. Tl.o nev.
discovery shown clearly thnt It vs a
rhinorrros like uninial. with a skull
mini lor aipreive v.:irr:ire. anI
leat itpf owf-t'ul li'-r; on iln snout
Kvidetu- of the piantic littles in
tiicli t!:is ui)'uii;l ivaol is to l l-four.d
four.d l-four.d in tlie romjiU te sm:i?hir?
Iar!al inini;ns T the rol'sir-lwn-
nd In tl. ..t---r -n KiiiiuTi;
n'l-airof tin I., i of tli n'oe am
Embroidery Ancient Art.
The an of elrl'ioidei y has been
prartici-d from time immemorial it i
said to I as oM as tlie art of dress dress-in?.
in?. dress-in?. The in u liiii i lw!li;-s of unciem
fcff.vpt show the -arliot fxtant em
broidery and t! "i,m-j;rui;ates
blue and H'rj !e and scarb-t" of tlie
book of Kvl:i" were of embroidery.
Th art ) Sts li-i.-l,t u tlw
early in. ;;; U Creole and
Itonif las w-re niule to r-'fttrate Its
use. but without suoress. The most
dlstiDguHlu-d artists did not count It
condes-'nsio: to make the derijrns
from wliich the highest lavlies in the
land executed their embroideries. No
workers were more skilled In the art
than the K!:-!.4i.
Our Specialty Is
YOU SAVE MONEY
Cn your shoe bills by having u re re-bu:Id
bu:Id re-bu:Id your old shoes. Our charges are
r derate, and we guarantee satisfac satisfaction.
tion. satisfaction. MAZON & CO.
between Ten Cent Store and Gerig's
p Drug Store
Don't take purgatives for Con Constipation
stipation Constipation they act bars hi y
they overstrain tlie 'delicate
membrane ants leave the
Bowels In a wone condition
yrV than bclore. 11
r' yon are
with Con Constipation.
stipation. Constipation. SiekBead SiekBead-aehe.
aehe. SiekBead-aehe. In-
aeb, Dizziness. Biliousness,
Nervousness, or loss ol Appe-VLle-Dont
heuitai e-Cet a boIe
ol CARTER'S LITTLE LIVER
PILLS take one alter each
meal and one at bedtime. A
few days treatment will put
Stomach liver and Bowel w In
CcasfaM mmA kear lfw jU?ZZC
SauZI TH SaaS Lst Suit Irke 1
WANTED, LOST. FOUND, FOR
SALE, FOR RENT AND SIM SIMILAR
ILAR SIMILAR LOCAL NEEDS
Rates: Six line, maximum, one tine,
25c; three times, 50c; six times, 75c;
one month. $3. Payable in advance.
TOR SALE Diamondabout kara
flawless, blue white, beautiful stone.
Will sacrifice for $225. Also solid
gold Waltham watch, 17 jewel $35,
value $75. Apply P. V. il, at Star,
LOST In Gainesville or or road be between
tween between Gainesville -and Ocala brown
leather suitcase with initials E. G.
B. on one end. Reward to finder by
applying to Norman Horne, Ocala,
WANTED 2500 crossties delivered at
our Kendrick dant- Lak WiV
Washed Sand Co., OcaTi
BOARD AND ROOM To be found
with private family. See Mrs. Frank
Broderick, 22 N. Sanchez street, or
phone S36. 29-3t
:HERO-COLA WOODY ARD We are
prepared to furnish oak or nine
wood for either stove or fireplace
on short notice. We deliver, your
money's worth promptly. Give us a
trial order. Chero-Cola Woodyard,
phone 167. 26-lm
FOR SALE We have a surplus of
fifty head of horses and mules for
sale. You can find stock suitable
for any ru; pose, by applying at the
stables. Anthony Farms, Anthony,
WOOD-Giles Wood Yard. Seasoned
oak or pine wood for either stove or
, fireplace, $1 and '$2 per load. Yard
corner South Main and Third Sts.
Phone 112. 1-19-lm
PAINTING Honorably discharged
soldier desires painting of all de descriptions
scriptions descriptions and in any capacity and
will furnish estimates free. All
work guaranteed first class and
reasonable .Address W. G. Cron Cron-miller,
miller, Cron-miller, care the Star. 29-t
LOST Driving gloves. Finder kind kindly
ly kindly advise O. M. Moore, xare of the
FOR RENT Dwelling on Anthony
road 200 feet off Oklawaha avenue;
seven rooms, bath, hot and cold wa- -ter,
gas, electric lights: Apply to
L. N. Green. 25-tf
BERMUDA ONION PLANTS $2.00
per 1000, cash with order. L. O.
Booher, Route A, Box 66. 24-12t
FOR SALE- Oafc and pine wood, cut
for fireplace and stove. Apply Main
Street Woodyard or phone 566. 12t
LAND FOR LEASE Seven to eight
hundred acres high, rolling land in
Polk county, Fla., splendidly adapt adapted
ed adapted to watermelon culture. Has just
been cleared, plower, harrowed and
is in prime condition. Excellent lo lo-.cation,
.cation, lo-.cation, with transportation right at
hand. For particulars address P. O.
Box 226, Tampa, Fla. 21-tftue-fri
LOSTt On Monday, one brown pony,
cropped mane, about 1000 pounds.
Pet of owner. Please notify Q. H.
Bruce, 628 N. Magnolia St., Ocala.
Last seen in direction of Kendrick.
WANTED Reliable girl or woman to
take care of baby afternoons from
2 to 5. Phone 290. l-2t
IX)ST Last night at Melville's tent
show, a brown fur neckpiece, with
two tails and fastenings crocheted.
Reward to finder by applying to
Mrs. J. F. Thompson, No., 447 Okla Oklawaha
waha Oklawaha avenue. 1-?
FOR SALE 1919 Ford with self self-starter;
starter; self-starter; in Al condition; cheap for
cash. Needham Motor Co., Ocala,
Arrival and departure of passenger
wn at OCALA UNION STATION.
The following schedule figures pub published
lished published as information an1 not guar guaranteed.
anteed. guaranteed. (Eastern Standard Time)
SEABOARD AIR LINE RAILROAD
Tampa-St. PetrsLrg 4:17 pm
ATLANTIC COAST LINE R. R.
2:12 pm Jacksonville-ICYork 2:48 am
1 !:- pzr Jkgonville-Gainsville 3:35 tm
:rjam Jkonvii!e-(ncsvilIe 10:13 om
Z: fc.am St.Petsbrg-LakIan'l 2:12 m
i Til St .retsbrg-LaVe!at.d 1 :25 pm
J:lf. am Ihmnellor.-Wilccx
7.2-am D.i"Vtlon -LkfSand 11:03 om
f:JC f.m IIorooa!si 1:30 pre
iU:J'..p'. Leeslniri; G :42 am
l ... r m (laineevvJIe ll:&0i
Monday. WetiBday. Friday.
... ThurwUv. Saturday.
NEEDHAM MOTOR CO.
General Auto Repairing
Gasoline, Qils and Grease
Oklawaha Ave. & Orange St
Berlin-Jones and Ciane's box sta stationery
tionery stationery in endless variety at the
Court Pharmacy. Phone 2S4. X9-t
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sobekcm:statement UF University of Florida
sobekcm:SerialHierarchy level 1 order 1921 1921
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