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This morning, 33.
This afternoon, 52.
Fair and continued cool
tonight; Saturday partly
cloudy and warmer, rain
probaly in northern portion.
OCALA, FLORIDA. FRIDAY. DEC-EMBER 31. I!2H
W HAIL THEM
THRU 1 AIR
TO THE GHOSS
South Haters in Washington Will
Squirm When Fletcher, Clark and
Others Go After their Scalps
Lieut. Alex. Pierson, Wd Won Last
Year's Race, Will Trjlt Again
from Jacksonvib to
Wuin.rinn. D. C. Dec. 31. Mem
bers of the Florida congressional dele- tempt a flight from Jaclonville. Fla.,
Douglas, Ariz., Dec. tl. Lieuten Lieutenant
ant Lieutenant Alexander Pearson, inner of last
year's air race across le continent,
today received official aihority to at
Yankee Champions Will Hold
World's Tennis Cup for the
.i- l tniav tVint. thev ex-!
gallon anuuuiivvu tuc.,
pected to go before the House census
committee next week and refute the
charges of Incrimination against ne negro
gro negro voters in that state made before
the committee by representatives of
the National Association for the Ad-
nt of Colored People. M
HIT IT. PREXY
President Wilson is expected fto
veto the resolution reviving the war
i'j The undersigned banks will be clos clos-&:
&: clos-&: f.r January 1st, New Year's day.
BANKS WlL BE CLOSED
ON NEW YEAR'S DAY
Lo San Diego. Calif., ir21 hours or
less. He will leave Jacksonville Feb Feb-22nd.
22nd. Feb-22nd. Lieut. Pearson pns to make
the trip in three laps, vith only 45
minutes to be consume in making
SCHEDU LE FOR J ETURN
"An aviatowilllsd' sit from San
Diego for Jacksonville se same day.
The flyers wifjJtop hv at Houston
and El Pas. TVxas.. lis 804 miles
from .TarksonviT.e to Iouston. GGO
miles from Houiton tcEl Paso and
015 miles front El Paso.o San Diego.
Ocala National Bank.
itmo$& Chambliss National Bank.
BANDITS ARE BUSY
Springfield, Tenn., However,
Police Were on Their Job
. snrinpfield. Tenn,., Dec, 3i.An un
identified man entered the": Peotfi's
' (:"t the-.bank iwi Vww
?i ,AUvan trcec in' the
li.n.'II-e took lefuge m a
i 'where the police killed
Auckland, New Zealand. Dec. 31.
The Australians lost their tennis lau laurels
rels laurels here today to America and the
Davis cup, emblematic of the world's
team tennis championship, will repose
under the Stars and Stripes for the
i;ext year at least. This is the fourth
t'.me America has won the cup. The
Australians won it six times and
Great Britain five. Wm. T. Tilden of
Philadelphia, and William Johnson of
San Francisco, comped the American
PROCEEDINGS OF COLORED
OLD CATTS MA?
MOVE TO OCALA
Has Bought a Hundred cres Near
the Industrial School and is
Stocking It for a Farm
We heard the other day that Gov.
Catts had bought land near Ocala,
and inquired of the real estate men,
but either they did not know or were
modest, for they were very reticent.
We are informed, however, that the
gov. has bought a hundred acres ad adjoining
joining adjoining the state farm, and about
half a mile southwest of the indus industrial
trial industrial school, and is stocking it with
the usual array. It is good land and
ii well tended will be very profitable.
We haven't heard that the governor
contemplated moving to Ocala but if
Le does and behaves himself he will
Le well treated. He may even bring
his shotgun along, but had better be
conservative with his buck-
IT WAS A G
YEAR FOR OCALA
LIST OF L1HHIGS
IT SO LONG
Not a Few Improvements Made, but i Records of Tuskegee Institute Show
The first morning session of the
Florida State Teachers Association; NOTICE
was called to order by the president,
Mrs. Mary McLeod Bethune, at 9:d0 Saturday, January 1st, 1921, being
Thursday morning. another legal holiday, therefore ac-
After devotions, which were led by cording to custom and law,, the post-
Miss C A. Adams of Ocala, the sub- office force will take a little rest, ex-
ject of "Music in the Public Schools," cept the delivery and stamp windows
I was most interestingly and ably dis
cussed bvW. M. McRae.
For twenty minutes Miss M. E. Bon
ner of Daytona, held the attention of
will be open only two hours, from 9
to 11 a. m. No rural delivery that
day. One city delivery in forenoon.
All mail will be collected from city
.1 111- -1J Al
An-p.r. sytgtr um, and instructive paper
l.nhv balkE dance, DDil Ot bolonorr, rj;
rrf., ..7 j ncauiug.
ii : j i ,1 i : Lir.. .. 4- ... ... .
an wun a ueiigiiuuuy emciuauunK boxes and disDatched. All mcominer
on ".Primary mail will he Hist.rihnt.pH to office boxes.
thefamcu3 Russian ttletr and ex ex-jressir;
jressir; ex-jressir; uisttyctpv wil dance at the
TifSle theater, Mondajevening, Jan-
fCflfy, 3rd4" 921,-;just rter the first
picture shoyj at 8:45 olock. She has
3!anced before a great rany large au-
fdiences in ;he large -dies of the
South, and is a child onder of the
day. She vill appear n four differ-
Both papers provoked considerable!
discussion from the members of the
After a musical number, Mr. J. H.
Brinson, state supervisor ot negro
educalpon in Florida, was introduced
to the teachers and in a lengthy ad
dress which was very carefully at-
R. F. Rogers, P. M.
MANSION HOTEL AT
FORT WORTH BURNED
DERED FOR THE MONEY
Forf Worth, Texas, Dec. 31. One
man was burned to death in a fire
which destroyed the Mansion hotel
i i; I
it-naeu, expia.neu u.e uuu ui ins ox- and dama,red nearby buildings here
is estimated at
Cleveland. Dec. 31. W. W. biy.
president, and George Fanner, vice vice-president
president vice-president of the Sly Foundry Com Company,
pany, Company, were killed by bandits iho es escaped
caped escaped with the payroll after holding
up the men at the company's plant to today.
day. today. ALL TRAINS SHOULD CARRY
V ARMY OFFICERS
I Newbern, N. C, Dec. 31. Two ne negroes
groes negroes held up a Norfolk Southern
T-asaenger train on the Neuse river
bridge here after midnight, climbing,
over the tender and covering the en engine
gine engine crew with revolvers. The rob robbers
bers robbers were captured by an army officer
aboard the train.
ent costumes, and we 11 guarantee fice and ,eft a very pleasant and last. tQda
personally that she wl delight and ing impression in his closing words, $,rn ynoo
held tne auaence speioound, irom when he stated that he believed in and
start to nmsi oi tne pmormance. ine contendine- for universal educa- ,
,:r i e i o nuvrv u ii i i iul (uuirj .hja
piuKium vvn Uc a. waiu, ojiau- tjoh He believed in the same kind
ish Hance.'a Russian ance. an Orient-! i ... i ... r i..-
nl He n nr4 nter fnncv eAteiision u. euuia uun Chicago, Dec. 31. White Sox base-
al dance, a jazz ant other tancy tm. ftnp i nf nponifl fnr another.
t - tan piayers, indicted upon cnarges oi
iuuen oi nis auurths was lafceii uu .i !. u
- o Mwirn fin pyn anannn m me .leanes
a Number More are
When the vear 1921 is ushered in i
i-t midnight tonight the people of
Ocala have reason to be grateful that
the New Year will find the city in a
generally good condition. During the
year ending there has been more
building, remodeling and repairing
than in many a previous year. The
city is crowded and as a result there
is an acute shortage of housing facili facilities
ties facilities and store rooms, as contrasted
with the many vacant houses and
stores here in the spring of 191"J.
Business during 1920"' has been good
and in some instances merchants have
broken former records in the number
and volume of sales. While the New
Year finds business conditions thruout
the country in an unsettled and evolu evolutionary
tionary evolutionary condition, Florida is named
among the three states in the Union
said to be in better condition than the
The year 1921 will no doubt get
away to a slow start, but will pick
up and gain momentum rapidly. The
city will probably be able to start its
street paving program and the county
its road construction work. It is be believed
lieved believed that there will be an increase
in building activities during the com coming
ing coming months. Building projects that
have been held up because of excessive
construction costs will get under way.
Business generally will be on a more
normal basis. The purchasing, power
cf the dollar is increasing as prices
fall, and there will be a balancing of
financial conditions. t
Leading statisticians and financial
experts see better business ahead
throughout the country. A betterment
of foreign exchange is looked for.
Florida will take a big step forward
with the inauguration of a new gover governor.
nor. governor. This fact will in itself be far far-reaching
reaching far-reaching in its effects.
Reduction for the Year of
25 Per Cent
Tuskeiree, Dec. 31 Lynchings were
less numerous during 1920 than list
year. Tuskegee Institute records
--how. Sixty-one persons, including
eight white man and one negro wom woman,
an, woman, were lynched compared with 83
last year and ,4- in 1918.
The authorities prevented lynching.--
in 5G instances this year, of
v hich 4(3 were in the South. Armed
f ices were used to repel mobs on 14
occasions. In'four instances the mob
was fired upon, seven attackers killed
and a number wounded.
Lynchings by states for 1920 were
as follows: Georgia, 9; Mississippi,
Alabama and I lorida, 7 each; Minne Minne-cota,
cota, Minne-cota, North Carolina, Oklahoma, Cal California,,
ifornia,, California,, each; Arkansas, Kansas, Il Illinois,
linois, Illinois, Kentucky, Missouri, 'Ohio,
South Carolina, Virginia and West
Virginia, 1 each.
Local Ministers of McKeesport, Pa.,
Build an Extension on the
McKeesport, Pa., Dec. 31 The local
r :'iniste ial association has launched
a movement against holding funerals
en Sunday. The claim si advanced
that Sunday funerals compel persons
to work who otherwise would not.
including ur tax, vill be 75 cents
downstairs nd 50 ceits upstairs. 313t
MUST ILVE BEEN HOLES
IN THE BOTTLES
Lexingto, Ky., Dec. 31. Puzzled
prohibitionagents here are trying to
solve the rystery of 40 cases of con
fi seated wlsky which proved to be
colored waar. The government seals
cn the flats apparently have not
' 'been tampred with and they show no
MAYBE HE'SGOING TO I other sign of having been refilled.
IMITATE McSWEENEY I The liquors part of a large. shipment
seized nea'here last October en route
fund, the Slater fund and the Rosen Rosen-wald
wald Rosen-wald fund and this was very illuminat
ing to a large part of the audience.
By motion a rising vote of thanks
was extended to Mr. Brinson by the
Before adjournment, Dean L,
in last year s
series, m.ay be extradited if the con contention
tention contention is upheld that their offense
is a felony.
. (Associated Press)
New York, Dec. 31. DeValera has
arrived safely in Ireland, his secre secretary
tary secretary announced here today.
Mr. George Davis is a visitor In
the city for a few days, after which
be will leave for Atlanta to enter
the government vocational school. He
is the guest of Mr. Edward Green.
George smashed his leg in the service
from the Ipy distillery at Frankfort
to Shenanoah, Pa., removed from
bond, ageis say, on forged permits.
An investjation will be made at the
distillery, ; is sard.
LADY SIVDKERS REQUIRE
' OLORED COFFIN NAILS
ciation, now in session in Ocala, is ad advised
vised advised that your honorable body plans
B. to memoralize the legislature that will
Moore, formerly dean of the teachers' meet next April to the end that it will
college at Harvard University, was make new and liberal provisions for
presented and spoke briefly on the educational work in the state. Greet-
three rights of children, viz: To be ings are sent to your honorable body
born well, to be children while young, and in the meantime a prayer that
to be educated. His remarks were so ou include in vour memorial to the
veil received that he was invited to incoming legislature a paragraph
address the association later in the which will set forth distinctly the ap ap-day.
day. ap-day. After the invitation was gra- jailing conditions, and needs of the
ciously accepted, the session adjourn- negro schools. Such action on your
ed. .f. cart will be an acknowledgement of
v.:; Afternoon Session your sympathetic helpfulness and will
The afterjloon session was given be graciously appreciated. We adjourn
over to a discussion of two papers by Dec. 30.
G. M. Sampson of Jacksonville and Florida State Teachers' Association,
IN EAST CHICAGO
Chicago, Dec. 31.
CONTROLLED AGAIN BY
THE NATIONAL COUNCIL
Triest, Dec. 31. The establishment
of the old national council of Fiume
as provisional government over the
city is announced here.
FIFTY YEARS AFTER
Memphis, Dec. 31. John W. Wiest,
Half of the eitv!?1 nrst engineer on the steamer Rob-
of East Chicago, Ind., is under quar- j trt u when ?he won from the
antine as a result of the outbreak 0feiimQr Natchez in the famous race
from New Orleans to St. Louis, on
Seventv-fnm- rases have Keen rennrt.M th -Mississippi river in 1870, died here
oH Ahnnt 19 000 npi-cnns a r nimT-hast night.
Mr. Wiest's work in re-
antined, mostly foreigners.
ANARCHISTS FOILED BY
j pairing a broken water pipe and stop stop-jping
jping stop-jping a leak in the boilers during the
J race was said to have made victory
: possible for the Robert E. Lee. He
was the last surviving participant of
' the race.
Paris, Ec.13. Cigarettes rolled in
paper dyd aeBcate shades of rose,
of Uncle Sam in France, more thanii,iue gree or orange are declared by
two years ago, since' when he has suf-lthe Daily Vlail to be the latest vogue
f ered long and severely, but is as : for woma. Women wishing to be
cheerful today as he was before he really smrt fill their cases with cig-
vent into the army.
: Bessie Hawkins of Tallahassee. The
former presented a survey of the edu-
(ational status in Jacksonville, with
statistics which showed the prepared preparedness
ness preparedness of teachers as revealed by their
Mary McLeod Bethune, President,
W. H. A. Howard, Chairman of
The evening session was taken up
Rome, Dec. 31. A plot of the ex
treme nationalist party and anarchists
to jointly attack the Italian army op- Mrs- Delia Kichins, accompanied
erating against Fiume was discovered l,-v her nKecs' Mlsses Della Henrietta
in Milan, according to the newspa-'!,nd Liiian Kingston and Mr. Me Meters.
ters. Meters. There were 17 arrests. 'Nair left earl-v this morn,nS by au"
. mobile for Kitchinsmill, S. C, after a
ONE OF HOOVER'S LITTLE WAYS Peasant week's visit in the city,
guests of the Misses Livingston's par-
ainlessly Extracts a Million for hisifcnts' Mr; and Mrs- J' H- Ljvngston
Hungry Children from a Crowd anrJ Iam,1- ine ,lsses "Kingston
of New York's Rich People J're spending the winter with their
'uunt in South Carolina and attending
certificates, the 'crowded class rooms, with splendid addresses. W. N. Nel Nel-the
the Nel-the large per cent of retarded pupils j son, state secretary for Negro Y. M.
and the exceedingly low salaries ofC. A., explained how largely the or-
tt!fVers aa (nmnnrod witVi snlarioa nf I crnni'zsitirm w-qc onterfric intn tVie Irfe
jarettes o a tint harmonizing with 1 workers in the community. of the state and spoke hopefully of
Fresh vegetables at W. A. Stroud's.
:the color f their gowns
Albert -Berry, who came before
Bessie Hawkins' discussion of home inter-racial relations. His subject was,
economics dealt with proper kinds of ''The Call to Service."
food ;5and clothing, times for eating j Mrs. McLendon oi Jacksonville, very
Arrival and departure of passenger
a. sr T IIMinM STATION
iranis fu uv. VV""4"'. SSOfanH rosts and serve three
The following scneuuie ngurej pud- 7
lished as information and not guar- months npnsonment, with an addi-
T 1 C it- . i. i 1 11. 1 I
J luf y"y. certain foods and -times for wearing ably dealt with "Better Englfsh in Our
01 tne irnsporxation 01 liquor, pieaa
not guilt and had a jury trial. Mr
R. B. BUock was his attorney. He
was foud guilty and sentenced to
(Eastern Standard Time)
SEABOARD AIR LINE RAILROAD
tional si; months imprisonment if he
does nofcoay the fine.
:15 am, Jacksonville-N'York 2:10 am
: Tampa Tampa-"..
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' Manatee-' St.. Petersburg
. '.' m
K A OLFER'S RAINY" DAY'
Wheneer there comes a rainy aft afternoon
ernoon afternoon te golf bug always has some something
thing something todo. For instance, we use
4:05 pre rainy afernoons to get a haircut,
210 am 'catcn uron correspondence, clean up
417 Dm desk do necessary shopping, get
:05 pm Tampa-St Petrsbrg 4:17 pm ,acquaintd with the family. Detroit
ATLANTIC tUAST IjIMu R. tt.
different apparel. She laid emphasis Schools," which should begin in the
on the necessity of the proper school lowest grades and be stressed through-
iunch and showed the relation exist-.Jcut the course of study. Her paper
ing between nourishing food and good dealt with legibility, spelling, gram
Leave UA IN TIRMS HE UNDERSTOOD
2:12 pm Jacksonviire-NTork 2:48 am 1
1:45 pm Jkson ville-Gainsville 3:35 pm An e-sea captain, expostulating
5:42 am Jkson yille-Gnesville 10:13 om with hispretty daughter, exclaimed,
i-A2 am St.Pctsbrg-Lakeland 2:12 am -This is fine time to be coming home
J:35pm St.Petsbrg-Lakeland 1:25 pm after 'acomobiling with that lubber!"
uu am Dunnel!on-Wucox .d,,. 1 j v. j
7:2oam "Dunellon-Lkeland 11:03 tm' 'But,3addy,' explained his dauga-
ii. -Homosassa 1:30 pm ter, "wewere becalmed. The wind died
ueesDurg o;ra down mone ot tne tires and we had
N 11 am Mn wftitffty it to spring up again."
health and conduct. Her paper was
irost heartily applauded.
After music, Dean Moore again ad addressed
dressed addressed the association on "Thrift"
and deplored the fact that teachers
often come to old age and have no in income
come income but are a burden upon friends
or communities. He urged a bank ac account
count account for the sake of future security,
for self-respect, and for the sake of
obtaining respect from others who,
sad to say, in these days recognize a
man's worthiness according to the
s'ze of his bank account.
Adjournment followed with the
Telegram Sent to Tallahassee
The following telegram was approv approved
ed approved by the association and sent to the
f lorida Educational Association in
convention at Tallahassee:
Ocala, Fla., Dec. 29, 1920.
Florida Educational Association,
The Florida State Teachers jAsso-
'ar and the sentence sense. This pa
per provoked discussion which had to
be cut off because of lack of time.
Rev. T. C. Johnson, acting president
cf Edward Waters College, Jackson
ville, presented an historical and
tcientific discussion of "The Gradua
tion and Promotion of Pupils."
Discussion was allowed for only a
few minutes, after which Dean L. B.
Moore was presented and for nearly
an hour held the audience spellbound
on the subject of education. He drove
home his conviction that education
must be for everybody, of all kinds,
and as much as each can secure. In
the future education must be more and
n.ore of the head, hand and heart, he
said. For the worth of his address
he was roundly applauded.
During the evening Rhoda Garrison
of Lake City, delighted the audience
with a vocal solo.
Adojurnment followed additional
New York, Dec. 31. One thousand
of New Y'ork's men and women of
vealth paid $1000 or more each here lh" esie' h "endship Bible class
3s mVht tn sit. at n nlsm KnnrH tahle f 1 -uemouisi cnurcn ne-a a special
- a - - I""-"
and eat beef stew.
The "banquet" was a testimonial
arranged by Herbert Hoover; chair chairman
man chairman of the European relief council,
of America's effort to succor the 3,-
00 0n0 starving children of Europe.
The stew, accompanied by white
bread and a cup of cocoa, was the
saTie as served to starving children at
relief stations throughout Europe at
a eu; of less than a cent and a half.
Gen. John J. Pershing, Mr. Hoover,
John D. Rockefeller Jr., Mrs. August
meeting last night with their teacher,
Mrs. L. N. Green as a farewell greet greeting
ing greeting to Mrs. C. C. Frazier, one of the
i-vj-t beloved members of the Metho Metho-irist
irist Metho-irist church, who will leave next week
vith her husband and children for
Dushncll, whr?re Rev. Frazier will be
pastor of the Methodist church for
the coming yea:-. After a short busi business
ness business session, several hours were very
; pleasantly spent irr a social way. As
j; token of the dass' love and esteem
for ?Irs. Frazier, she was presented
scup bowls and were first in a line that Grn servfed her ue-st3 to an aPPe"
passed by army field kitchens to beiti2,n salad course-
served. I he servitors were young
Fritz Kreisler entertained the diners
with several violin solos.
A vacant chair, placed for the "in
visible" guest of honor, the children
for whom Hoover's campaign for $35,-
000,000 was launched, stood at the
head of the speaker's table.
handsome book. Mrs.
Mrs. Lillian B. Fulton of Jackson Jacksonville,
ville, Jacksonville, will deliver an address at the
Baptist church of this city on Sunday
night next. Mrs. Fulton is a state
lecturer of the W. C. T. U., under
whose auspices she will be here, and convention
Mrs. E. C. Bennett has returned
home from Jacksonville, where she
went several days ago to attend the
state convention of the Mutual Life
Insurance Co. of New Y'ork, and re reports
ports reports a pleasant and beneficial trip.
Mrs. Bennett was the only lady pres present
ent present and was treated royally by her
f?ilow workers, who complimented her
very highly on the big success that
.-he has met with since she took up
the life insurance business. Among
some of the social festivities that
Mrs. Bennett attended while at this
as a theater party given
is one of the most eloquent speakers y Mr. and Mrs. franK ueermg at
on the platform today. We hope a tne Duval theater to witness and hear
laige audience will welcome the speak Sophia Bressaleau. She was also a
er and feel sur they will be amply j guest at an elaborate banquet givea
repaid for doing so.
at the Hotel Mason.
OCALA EVENING STAR, FRIDAY. DECEMBER 31, 1920
Ocala Evening Star
PBbllxfced Erry Day Except Sunday by
8TAB PUBLISHING COMPANY.
R. R. Carroll. President'
r. V. iiMvengood, Scretary-Treaarr
J, II. Benjamin. Editor
Entered at Ocala, Fla.. postofflce as
ailaeM Office Five-One
Q4ttrlal Department Tvro-Seven
SWietr Renorter FiTe-One
they obtain their seasoning he sends AN
them to jail for contempt. If Judge
elect Futch turns out to be that kind always knew our friend Hooks
of a Solomon, the county commission- r-f Oxford, admired the best in litera-
ADMIRER OF I OE $3HOJj$t3$30BK$J
trs may as wen let a contract to en
large the jail.
TO ALL OUR FRIENDS
We wish for you a happy New Year,
whether vou deserve it or not.
ture. consequently we were not sur surprised
prised surprised to see the following in the cur current
rent current iue of Life:
Save the Poe Cottage
We have received maw letters from
admirers of Edgar Allan Poe com commending
mending commending u for our attempt to save his
borne in P'ordham, New York, but the
The following are so far most prom- j following communication is, perhaps,
The ""ashion Center
for Mr. Harding's
he most eloquent of all:
To the Editor of Life: Sir I notice
Charles Grosvenor Dawes or George !our plan to h;ivc the home of Edgar
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not otherwise credUed in this paper and
also the local news published herein
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Legal advertisements it legal rates.
both of Chicago,
first for the
Herbert Hoover will be either secre secretary
tary secretary of labor or secretary of the in interior,
terior, interior, with the chances in favor of
his being asked to take the former.
Harry M. Daugherty will have to
decide the question of who is to be
attorney general for he can have the
p'ace if he wants it.
Henry C. Wallace has been asked
to become secretary of agriculture
and has accepted.
Will Hays will be asked to become
The old year is dying with a smile.
The new year will be born weeping.
Nineteen-twenty was the first girl
born in the family of years.
Well, there is one good thing about
it there's a year's work less to do.
Something to eat, something to wear
and automobiles are the three prime
necessities of life.
We sincerely hope that some good
woman will propose to
C. C. Bennett,
Frank Harris Jr.
Albert O. Harris.
T. D. Lancaster Jr. or
Jeff Guynn before 12 o'clock tonight.
Poe. Would say, "that I am a great
pdmirer of Poe," and am willing to
give a small amount to savo the place,
Lut I would want to feel that I could
;.et my contribution back if the project
should fail. If I should ever visit
your city, that is one place I would
want to visit. I am a poor man but
willing to give some.
Re's. C. A. Hooks.
We hasten to reassure Mr. Hooks,
and all other readers who are inter interested,
ested, interested, that if the project should fail,
all the money which is contributed to
the Poe Cottage Fund through this
magazine will be returned to the orig
inal donors. However, we are out to
guarantee that the project shall not
fril that the necessary twenty thou thousand
sand thousand dollars shall be raised, and the
cottage saved as a permanent me memorial
morial memorial to America's most brilliant
Judging by its editorial page, some somebody
body somebody on the T.-U. is going dippy for
a bottle of liquor.
If Catts would go out with the old
year, people would dislike him just
that much less.
Wonder if the new year will show
that, the world has gotten over its
morning after the war?
Wilson's fourteen points are worse
broken than the ten commandments
and that's breaking some.
"Laugh and the world laughs at
ycu" is true, but it is also true that
H would a darnsite rather laugh
It depends not so much on states statesmanship
manship statesmanship but whether people will work
what sort of a country this will be
If we will only work together like
we never have worked before, what a
fine little town Ocala will be next
New Year's eve.
37 pairs men's dress shoes, former
,rice $12.50, now $10. Little's Shoe
Waterman's Ideal Foantain Pens at
aerig's Drug Store. tf
President Wilson has refused an of offer
fer offer of $150,000 from a syndicate to
write an article on the ground that
no article was worth such an amount,
it was learned yesterday at the White
House. Details of the offer, which
was one of the many the president has
been receiving lately, were refused.
Prexy is too conscientious. If anybody
offers us such a sum, we will accept
it. whether the article is worth the
money or not.
Ford hunting wagon. Reasonable.
Terms if desired. Spencer-Pedrick
110 pairs of good, all leather work
shoes for men. Former price $3, now
$2.50. Little's Shoe Parlor. 28-tf
That "National Association for Ad Advancement
vancement Advancement of Negroes" which is be before
fore before the House census committee' in
Washington, is not attacking the
Southern states because they don't let
the negroes vote. They are angry
with Southern white men because they
are democrats. If they were republi republicans
cans republicans they could do as they pleased and
the poor negroes could go to the devil,
so far as the "N.
A. A. C. P.
Quite a lot of us that was here a
year ago ain't here now, and some of
us that are here now won't be here
this time next year.
Chief Gordon has been picking up
auto speeders, and Recorder Sistrunk
has been handing out $25 fines. Let
the good work go on.
Wilson had his Bryan, and he still
has his Daniels and his Burleson, but
it begins to look like Houston is the
worst lemon he ever picked.
Wonder who is paying for all this
propaganda for Obregon that is ap appearing
pearing appearing in American papers that sell
their space only for big money.
Florida teachers are in session in
Tallahassee, and big chief B. B. Lane
fot a big speech off his chest. Bur Burden
den Burden of it was he wants more money.
It seems to be Taft for the cabinet
or Taft for the supreme bench. Tam Tampa
pa Tampa Tribune.
If it's the bench, put props under it.
Don't forget that there is h vast
difference between hoping anf wish wishing.
ing. wishing. If you only wish for a thing it
doesnt hurt so much to be disappointed.
Josephus Daniels talks like he ex expects
pects expects to dictate the policy of the Am American
erican American navy until he dies. He will be
politically dead sixty-four days from
D'Annunzio gives it up. Now, if De
Valera would call off his Sinn Fein Fein-ers,
ers, Fein-ers, there would be some hope for
peace in the world. Tampa Times.
For heaevnsake, don't mention de
.Annunzio in the same list with de
Valera. D'Annunzio risked his life
many times for his country during the
great war. DeValera stays safe and
comfortable in America, while the
Irishmen he claims to lead are fighting
"Scarce as hen's teeth," is applic applicable
able applicable to school teachers who pay war
tax. Jacksonville Metropolis.
Most of them could pay two or three
dollars apiece on personal property,
though. How many of them do?
We repair all makes of cars and
pecialize on Maxwell, Chalmers and
GEO. J. WILLIAMS
Formerly- Carroll Motor Company
Garage, Osceola St.
SAM R. PYLES & CO.,
Funeral Directors & Embalmers
PARLORS OPPOSITE POSTOFFICE
Two Hearses. Grey Hearse for White
Phones 555 and 225. Open All Night.
C. Cecil Bryantj
Accounting and Auditing
Start the New
'yZsiv right. If your eyes
ble you, have thei
tjEJfZ.' arrined. Make this your
resolution for 1921.
DR. K. J. WEIHE,
Optometrist and Optician
It is said that in some places, auto
drivers carry liquor when they have
any in manikins mounted on their
radiators; but no Ocala man would let
his booze stay that far away from
Some people want admitted only
those foreigners who are educated and
some want only those who are illiter illiterates.
ates. illiterates. The Star wants them all shut
out until our own people have a show.
If it wasn't for the pro-Bolsheviks,
the pro-Irish and the pro-Germans,
what a peaceful country we would
have. The Times-Union wants the
pro-hibitionists added to
Frank Clark is watching the negro negro-phile
phile negro-phile liars before the House census
committee in Washington. When they
begin their talk against Florida, he
will be on hand to confute them.
Men and women are now equal, but
somehow we can't erase from our
mind that most of the meanness is
done by men, and most of it is caused
There is a judge in another state
who instructs his officers to arrest all
men on whose breaths they smell
Hquor and bring them before him,
whereupon he catechizes the spiced
persons and if they do not tell where
The way some of our exchanges
have not appeared since before Christ Christmas,
mas, Christmas, makes us fear that prohibition
is not observed in some offices like it
PRACTICAL CARPENTER AND
Careful estimates made, on all con contract
tract contract ork. Gives. more and better
work fcr the money tfan any other
contractor in the city.
KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS
Ocala Lodge No. 19. Conventions i
held every Monday evening at 7:30 1
o'clock at the castle hall, over the G. ;
C. Greene Co. drugstore. A cordial ;
velcome to visiting brothers.
.J. W. Akin, C. C.
Chas. K. Sage, K. of R. & S.
OUR CHIEF AIM
Has always been to do the very best
repair work possible. If you're in
ned of expert
Make it your chief aim to come to see
Us. Our work is guaranteed.
Corner Main and Oklawaha
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
To inaugurate 1921 with 1916 prices
For Satarilay, Jaiiary 1st
36 inch Unbleached Muslin, hcry
aualitv sold recently for 39 cerj a
yard. New Year Special
15 Cents the Yard
10 yards to a customer
;,36 inch Outing Flannels, .....light
colors, worth 0 cents a yard. New
,Yar Special ti.
29 Cents the Yard
36 inch Light and Dark Percass, f
stripes and flowerea designs, was40
cents a' yard. New Year Special
20 Cents the YarL i
New Dress Ginghams at
AM. Cents Per Yard5-
As we only have a limited quanity
of this we will not sell more thai 5
yards to a customer.
' H Muslins, 36 inches wide,
:;m f. ;.r -vorth 49 cents a
Ladie's Coats, Suits
Dresses at Less Than
The Fashion Center
and i t
LAAA A A A A A Ml A i
ONE OF FLORIDA'S LEST GARAGES
Expert Repairs Tires Gas and Oil g
Accessories Storage g
Main Street, Opposite Foundry - OCALA, FLORIDA
Geo. Hay & Co.
Motor Funeral Cars
k Private Morgue and Chapel
Day Phone 47
Night Phone 515
G. B. Overton, Manager
XO MORE WAR TAX ON SHOES
A. E. GERG
LARGE LUE GIM GONG
Will Deliver and Plant for
The I i Tre?.
WARTMAKxrnric ::tr c
INTENDS TO TALK (X
If you trade at our place of business, j Mr. L. M. Rhodes, chimian of the
for every shoe in our entire stock that j Florida Marketing: Bureu, will be in
j v.-as subject to tax has been reduced to 1 the county next week, and will ad-
$10 a pair. Spot cash. No credit No dress the people of the ounty on the
delivery. Little's Shoe Parlor. 28-tf interests of the agYicultralists. Mr.
j Rhodes will speak as ftlows:
36 pairs men's work shoes, Goodyear 1 At Fleraington, Fridar evening.
welt, former price $7.50, now $6.50. 1 In Ocala, at the coariouse,-.5atur-
Little's Shoe Parlor.
28-tf liay at 3 p. m. i
Mr. G. B Overton is now our
funeral director and embalmer. 3ight
phone 515, day phone 47.
i!5-tf George MacKay & Compmy.
When you buy fish, from us tley are
tressed ready f oTcookinrr OT'ters
and shrimp. City FISH w
' i ..mm i
OCA LA EVENING STAB, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 31, 1920
RECEPTION GIVEN BY -OO.O--,. .-T-. .-.
THE MISSES LIVINGSTON r. '- w i--3-eee f
v s sJ;
fts the figure 8
that washes the clothes
For after you pop the clothes in the shiny
copper tub of the 1900 Cataract Electric
Washer, the water swirls beck and forth
through them in a figure 8 movement four
times oftener than in the ordinary washer.
This figure 8 motion is an exclusive feature
of the 1900!
No wear and tear on the clothes, either,
for there are no parts in the tub to rub
against them, or to lift out and clean after
the wash is finished. And the swinging
leversible wringer that works electrically
saves many a step.
Try the 1900 for yourself. Well deliver
one right to your home.
'Call, rphone or write
I9OO CATARACT WASHER
Geo. MacKay.fi Co. 1
iter, Mrs. J. H.
' if if
U O Ait, per "lb
Lest Head Rice, per lb 12c
l;;se pounds for $1.00
U Blue Rose Rice, per lb. 10c
ryen pounds for ..... .,. $1.00
z G. and Octagon Soap, three
Argo Sta a thrTfot 25c
Pure lard in iAi'A ;n fv.
'.?;-f:: ford Baking Powder,
' Mb. cans :...30c.
' easy Soap 4 cakes for. 25c
i 'he, Grandma, Lighthouse
Octagon Wash Pwdr. .5c
un Wash Powder 4 for. 25c
Breakfast B;konnrpjeces, 2 to
3 lbs., rcr ill.;;.. .37c
White;' Bacon, Jr'llj. ..
By tha glide. '. ;
Lard- Compotr r J5
? per package.
e Coffee lb.
. . 25c
-v JL'tanut, Jiiiter lb. .30c
-1 -I -. iiuckets $1 9n
KftJ-it-lb. Buckets .; $2.30
' iifcgslways on hand,
-' Liquid Sme.
Pillsbury : id Gold Medal
New Syruiin pints, quarts,
two quarts d in bulk.
Yesterday afternoon Misses Cathe Catherine
rine Catherine and Lois Livingston were the
hostesses at an informal reception at
their home in compliment to their sis-
Hydrick of Orange-
S. C, and the members of the
"A" club, of which Mrs. Hydrick was
a popular member prior to her mar marriage.
riage. marriage. I The decorations used for this occas occasion
ion occasion featured the Christmas spirit,
and together with many flaming poin poin-'pettias
'pettias poin-'pettias made a most attractive and
i Misses Catherine and Lois Living Livingston,
ston, Livingston, Mrs. Hydrick and the members
of the "A" club formed the receiving
line, which stood in the living room,
i where the guests were conducted by
I Mrs. E. L. Carney, who met them at
the front door. During the arrival of
the guests Miss Ava Lee Edwards
ave several splendid readings which
were exceedingly entertaining. Mrs.
II. M. Hampton also rendered several
.vocal selections in her usual delightful
Mrs. Annie W. Van Deman in her
charming manner invited the guests
into the dining room, where a dainty
salad course was served by Misses
, Meme Davis, Henrietta Livingston,
Nettie and Carita Camp.
This was an unusually pleasant oc occasion
casion occasion as it gave an opportunity for
the college girls, their visitors and
other out of town guests to make the
acquaintance of each other.
Among the guests at this affair re receiving
ceiving receiving special attention were Miss
Dorothy Stevens of Mayfield, Ky., and
Miss Julia Collins, the daughter of
Key. and Mrs. C. L. Collins, who is a
student at Stetson University, and
Mrs. Delia Kichins, an aunt of the
bonoree, but the greatest center of at attraction
traction attraction was Master Augustus Hv-
.cVick, the young son of Mrs. Hydrick,
who was greatly admired by the
many friends of the Livingston family
JACK CAMP JUNIOR
AH other oceries as low as Gol Quality
ad Full Weight will a!Io
FARMEIS: EXCIMGI ST01E
m m -
l-t "". 'St
The members of the nawly organ
ized Yocabo club enjoyed a delightful
stag dinner last evening as the guests
of Mr. Jack Camp Jr., one of the club's
popular members. This dinner party
was given at the home of the host's
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Camp,
and after the sumptuous dinner was
served the guests enjoyed several
hours in the library swapping jokes,
etc. The following were those pres
ent: Messrs. Jack and Henry Camp,
Leonard Wesson, Homer Agnew, Rob Robert
ert Robert Hall, Cranford Standley. Norman
iHorne, Otis Green, Wellie and Roscoe
Meffert, Marshall Cam and Tom Wal
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FARM FOR SALE
;clvv&.. ??. sv.:w: .....
AGEERS AND SURVY0RS
ler the laws of the Stas of Florida
s Plats Rports
Edward Drake is asaciated
us and in charcp nf mio.
pft Mine and Plant Depatment.
Offices, 33-34oIder BIdg, Phone No. 54?
Farm of 160 acres of good new
ground containing the rich Scott
spring hammock, situated two miles
from Ocala on hard road, improved
iwith dwelling and all out buildings.
will sell .at a bargain. Address. C.
P. Howell, Box 188, Ocala, Fla. 31-30t
65 pairs Lunn & Sweet's lace boots
for ladies, black and brown. Goodyear
velt soles. Former price $12, now $9.
Little's Shoe Parlor. 28-tf
IF THE PAPER DOESN'T COME
y ';: I ire Prices Kedeceii
t; : DIAM6Non-Skid, 30x3, $17 aa
I : old pe $20.00, now 11 .UU
: : : DI AMCD Plain, 30& r AA j
: old jce $17.60, nfw $13.uil :
6,000 Mile Guarantee J
FEDIL, FISK AND DIAMOND TUBES
Our Repaijepartment in charge of all-round
niechanicslxpert Generator and Radiator man.
IlIE GARAGE :
; iENGESSER, Proprietor :
Phone 25R VVpt Rrrifidiviiv
" iBS ffiw n a.
r nnnmna jffiiW.
;nHiii?tinwwtwmM!Mm iMr.irrii riirirmniririiTi'iTiiriMfiin irninhniiiniii mim
e 305 BARNEY SPENCER, Phone 431 I
KOBE1TS & SPENCER
FuneraDirectors and Embalmers
l) g P,rfIVate Morguemd Chapel. Personal Service to all.
i!g Mtor Ecfuiprnnt. Coffins and Caskets Delivered.
OfT:.v t. X : :
217 West Broadway
My father says the paper he reads
ain't put up right;
He finds a lot of fault, he does, perus perus-in'
in' perus-in' it all night.
He says there ain't a single thing in
it worth while to read,
And that it doesn't print the kind of
stuff the people need.
He tosses it aside and says it's strict strictly
ly strictly on the bum
But you ought to hear him holler
when the paper doesn't come!
He reads about the weddin's and he
snorts like all get out;
He reads the social doin's with a
most derisive shout.
He says they make the paper for the
women folks alone,
He'll read about the parties and he'll
fume and fret and groan:
He says of information it doesn't con
tain a crumb
But you ought to hear him holler
when the paper doesn't come!
He's always first to grab it and he
reads it plumb clean throueh.
He doesn't miss an item or a want
ad. that is true.
e says, "They don't know what 'we
want, the durn newspaper euvs:
I.'m goin' to take a day some time an'
go and put 'em wise:
Sometimes it seems as tho they must
be deaf an' blind an' dumb."
tsut you ought to hear him holler
when the paper doesnt' come.
We extend to our many
Patrons and the Public
Our hearties wishes for a
happy and prosperous
And hope for a co-operation
and public spirit that will
tend towards a better com community
munity community and a better people.
Cicala Auto and Garage Company
Successors to Gates Garage
We sell Philadelphia Diamond Grid Batteries
Chandler and Cleveland Automobiles
Look at our Used Cars. All are Bargains and Guaranteed as represented
Tires, Tubes, Accessories and Storage.
Cars Washed 1.00 cars Polished S1.00
illilUlllMllIli.l.. 1......... .
NEW YEAR'S GREETINGS
Don't fail to visit the Guarantee
Nothing & Shoe Company. Every Every-hmg
hmg Every-hmg we sell is guaranteed. We're
.ghting for QUALITY not prices, tf
Seafood. alwav tn ho horl nt.k of
We take this opportunity to wish our patrons,
friends and the public generally, a prosperous
new year, and thank them for-their liberal share
of patronage we have enjoyed during the past
Let's join hands to make 1921 the most pros prosperous
perous prosperous of them all.
MAIN STREET MARKET
W. H. MARSH
i. k? Jk Jk? JkJ? Jk? jAl-4l jA M-.
Dr. Charles Watson Moremen,
, Dental Surgeon
Commercial Bank Building, Ocala,
phone 211; residence
Have your old mirrors re-silvered, j We are showing the finest line oi
Wt do it promptly and at reasonable Perfume Sets, both Domestic and Im Im-prices.
prices. Im-prices. All work guaranteed. Ocala j ported, that we have ever carried.
Mirror Plating Works, Walter Yonge, Bought direct andthe prices are right,
proprietor. Phnne 504. 17-tf Gerig's Drug Store.. tf
OCALA EVENING STAR, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 31, 1920
Fresh Line ol Pecan Roll
in one-half pound and
one pound packages
The centers of this candy is Genuine
French Nugat and all Nuts, Fruits, Etc. are
the very best. Put up in excellent pack packages
ages packages for mailing.
Pound $1.35, One-half Pound 70 Cents
If you have any
phone to five-one.
Fresh vegetables at W. A. Stroud's, i
j Mrs. E. A. Osborne and Miss Pearl
j Ray of Mattel will motor to Orlando
C ; .'55 pair men's dress shoes, former
J j price $9.50, now $8. Little's Shoe
I Parlor. 28-tf
Of the Stockholders of the Metropoli Metropolitan
tan Metropolitan Realty and Investment
I Ocala, Fla., Dec. 24, 1920.
I To the Stockholders of the Metro Metropolitan
politan Metropolitan Realty and Investment Com Com-ipany:
ipany: Com-ipany: You are hereby notified that
'the annual meeting1 of the stockhold
ers of the above company will be held
at the office of the company on the
12th day of January, 1921. at 8 o'clock
p m., for the purpose of electing of of-if;rpr5
if;rpr5 of-if;rpr5 rf rhp said rnmnanv. and attend
Any woman will find that nejdect 'to other business as may come before
the bodv. W. P. Wilson. President.
Attest: J. S. LaRoche, Sec'y. 24-3t
Wheh AWomx is Keryous YORHIEU
Most women neglect their health,
and for this they pay the peniiiy.
Miss Nell Wallis returned this aft afternoon
ernoon afternoon from a delightful visit with
friends at Orlando.
Crane's stationery in boxes or by
the pound. Tydings & So., opposite
Harrington Hall hotel. tf
Our Quality Ice Cream
Delivered to any address, anytime. Call
580 or 558
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Dumas are
spending the week-end in Gaines Gainesville,
ville, Gainesville, the guests of friends.
1' 19 Maxwell truck, Al shape; reas reasonable
onable reasonable and terms if desired. Spencer Spencer-Pedrick
Pedrick Spencer-Pedrick Motor Co. 29-tf
Miss Margaret McNeil has return returned
ed returned home from a pleasant vacation
spent with her parents at Kissimmee.
Abruzzi seed rye, $4 per bushel.
Rust proof seed oats, $1.50 Der bushel.
Ocala Seed Store. 22-tf
Meet me at the American Cafe, 90 pairs of Utz & Dunn's lace boots
Union Station, Ocala, for a regular for ladies, former price $11 to $14,
dinner family style. Best dinner in row $9. This includes Dr. Edison's
the state for 75c. Eat and drink all j cushioned solee and Easall arch-
you want, iime for dinner 11 a. m. to j protecting shoes. Little's Shoe Par
2:30 p. m. Owned and operated by
Federal Bread is the kind to ask
for if you want the best. Your grocer
will furnish it. 21-6t
Fresh milk 20 cents a quart; 10
cents a pint. Farmers Exchange
Don't fail to visit the Guarantee
Clothing & Shoe Company. Every Everything
thing Everything we sell is guaranteed. We're
Misses Ava Lee and Marguerite Ed
wards are4 entertaining this afternoon
at their home at an informal tea from
four to six o'clock.
Fresh vegetables at W.'A. Stroud's.
Don't fail to visit the Guarantee
C'othing & Shoe Company. Every
thing: we sell is cruaranteed. We're
fighting for QUALITY not prices, tf! fighting for QUALITY not prices, tf
does not pay. A little more atcen
tion to health would brighten up hef
life. If she asks her neighbors she
finds that Dr. Pierce's Favorite Pre Prescription
scription Prescription benefits a woman's whole
system. It not only acts upon the
troubles and weaknesses peculiar
to women, but is an all-round tonic
that braces the entire body, over overcoming
coming overcoming nervousness, sleeplessness,
headaches, dizziness and a run rundown
down rundown condition.
Send 10c to Dr. Pierce's Invalids'
Hotel, Buffalo, N.Y., for trial pkg.
of Tavorite Prescription" tablets.
Augusta, Ga. "Doctor Pierce's
Favorite Prescription restored me
to perfect health when I had become
a complete nervous wreck. I was
suffering with backaches and my
nerves were completely shattered.
I was not able to do any work, I was
so weak; I could not sleep, I was
so nervous: and mv aDnetite was
very poor. I was j ust a wreck when I
my mother gave rne the Favorite
Prescription' and when I. had taken
about five bottles I was well and
strong. Tavorite Prescription' is an
excellent medicine and I am glad to
recommend it." Mrs. N. L. Good Goodwin.
win. Goodwin. 1731 Walker Street.
FOR SALE About 30 fons well rot rotted
ted rotted stable manure $7.50 per ton.
John R. Rogers, 120 South Magno Magnolia
lia Magnolia street, Ocala, Fla. 28-6t
IHERO-QOLA WOODYARD We are
prepared to furnish oak or pine
wood for either stove ; or fireplace
on short notice. We deliver your
money's worth promptly. Give us a
trial order. Chero-Cola Woodyard,
phone 167. 26-lm
ROBERTS & SPENCER'S
j We wish to announce to our friends
and the general public that on and
after this date we will not be with
the firm of George MacKay & Com Company,
pany, Company, formerly Mclver & MacKay. It
has been rumored that we are going
to leave Ocala. We want to stats
that we are not going to leave. We
will be located for the present at No.
217 West Broadway. We are going
to carry one of the best and most com complete
plete complete lines of funeral goods ever car carried
ried carried in this section. 'Also will buy,
sdl, repair and .re-finish furniture,
mattresses ': renovated and made to
order; upholstering 0f4.aH kinds and
picture f ramiri. v If i out services are
r;eded call phone; 303, or 431 ,"-
ROBER1 j & SPENCER
Mrs. J. Q. Watson has returned to
her home at Lakeland after a pleas pleasant
ant pleasant visit in the city, the guest of her
cousin, Miss Rhoda Thomas.
BOARD AND ROOMS In private n
family. Hot and cold running water
r y n a r. ctrt T. it r-
in rooms. ,au at o. ionn an-s i
chez St. Mrs. F. W. Broderick. 7
phone 306. 29-
milk delivered in Ocala; 10 cents per
pint. Addres Mrs. Louis Fred
eritzi. After 7 p. m. phone 444G. 6t
WANTED Position as bookkeerr
by elderly man. Can use typewrit
C. B. Grimbly, 310 Main stre stre-Phone
Phone stre-Phone 26. 29-1.
STRAYED OR STOLEN From ;
E. D. Pette's place near Shu. 13
ferry road, female airedale dog." vt. vt.-swers
swers vt.-swers to name of "Troxy." Info;
tion will be appreciated by 'Trs.
Harriet Turner, at Farmers'; Ex Exchange
change Exchange Store. fj-'l
FOR SALE 1919 7-passenger
touring car; 90-day
s ,. jroarantee. Spencer-Pedrick j
-By C. V.i
The annual fing' of. the stock stockholders
holders stockholders of the Ifioa Hardware Com Company
pany Company will be he at the office of the
company in Oci P"ar 5 on tne
eleventh day ajanuary ,-; .1921, at
seven-thirty p. n for the election of
officers for the erring yr,!and the
tiansaction of kicwsiness as may
Always ask for FEDERAL bread
nnd rolls. They are delicious, and
can be had from your grocer,
jpon having FEDERAL.
Insist properly come beforOM -Meeting.
Mr. Dudley Spain has returned to
Ocala to complete his Christmas visit
with his wife at the home of her par parents,
ents, parents, Mr. and Mrs. S. R. Whaley.
THAT you may realize the full attain attainment
ment attainment of your fondest ambition and
that fortune may heap her favors upon you
during the comingsear nineteen twenty
one and all the years thereafter is the
earnest wish of
MAX ISRAELSON, MANAGER
06 pairs Lunn & Sweet's Goodyear
welt Oxfords, black and brown, former
price $10, now $8. Little's Shoe Par
December 27, 1920.
Notice is hprebv t tat MT.Ct
LFOT; SALE Tuy
7 IuT7 ,"mi
con j' n. C. A.
Lime'Stli Oci;!, r!:-
'OR SALE SALE-mare
mare SALE-mare for
w. D. r.
FOR SALE 1500 budded
trees, Pineapple end Parso
one year old budded on fiv
."our roots: from 3 to
Price, 60c. and 75c. Wr
see me at H. B. Masters
Cordrey, Ocala, Fla.
The meeting of the Woman's Club
that was to be held tomorrow after afternoon,
noon, afternoon, the first, has been postponed to
the week following, the eighth of Jan
Salt and fresh water fish, oysters,
hrimp, etc., at City FISH Market,
9 Ft King Ave., j-hone 168. 27-tf
Mr. Wilbur Cleveland has just re
turned from a holiday visit at Ocala j
with his parents, Mr. and, Mrs. G. W.
Cleveland. Mrs. Cleveland, who ac accompanied
companied accompanied him., has gone from Ocala
to Tampa to visit relatives and will
return to Jacksonville early in Jan Jan-nary.
nary. Jan-nary. Times-Union.
If you want a KODAK, Gerig's
Drug Store is the enly store in Ocala
hat sells KODAKS. .. tf
Guth's, Liggett's and Nunnally's
Candies, all sizes froiu half-pound to
ten-pound boxes. Gerig's Drug Store.
There are two large balls to take
place tonight. The Eight O'Clock
Dancing Club and the members of the
T. A. G. club will entertain. Both are
being anticipated with a great deal
of pleasure. The former will take
place at the OcaTa Country Club and
the latter will be given at the Wom Woman's
an's Woman's Club house.
13? gj? Si? Ai? Sh? i?
Greetings of the Season
We extend greetings tojbur patrons and friends and wish them one and
all a prosperous
We take this occasion to thank you for patronage and good will in 1920
and solicit a continuance during 1921.
Furnishers to Men and Boys
. r . r.i
and by virtue of ant u. 5 sued
out of and under thk -1 of x.tLTir x.tLTir-cuit
cuit x.tLTir-cuit court, dated 3rd,
wherein W. ii. Mai was r.iairit:..
and H. A. Kramer oendant, I Lave
levied upon and 'wilMl to the high highest
est highest and best bidder i cash, in front
of the court house or in the city
of Ocala, on
Monday, the 3rd day January, 1921,
the following descrih land in Mar Marion
ion Marion "county, Florida, ywit: The sw1
of nw'4 and n of ixk of sw4 of
section 11 township 5 south, range
21 east, containing acres more, or
less To satisfy sai execution--
tests. J. J Galloway, Ji
1-3-fri Sheriff Man. County, Fla.
Successful businesimen are good
users of printer's ink
WOOD Giles Wood Yr
jd oak or pine wood, for
yr fireplace; $1 and $
corner South Main and
2 per Ic.t.l
:a l r AG E PLA TC-rP.
vfirc't Ly overh.-id irri : a
" 11 r.-r, i-
. 1X0. rf :.f u "a: ; t .44
large cjtii --. J. 1:. r'.iv:"
Bartow, Flu. .
WANTEI Man to Uuire -crop on
farm fie miles north ot Ocalk on
Dixie hghway. W. V. Chappell,
Ocala, 3a., Route B. f 28-6t
WANTED, LOST. "OUND, FOR
SALE, FOR REX AND SIM SIMILAR
ILAR SIMILAR LOCALNEEDS
Rates: Six lines, maxnum, one time.
25c; three times, 50c. pix times, 75c;
one month, $3. Payabl in advance.
66 pairs of Oxfords, former price
?8.00, now $6.50, just to close out this
line. LittleVShoe Parlor. 28-tf
For the very best stationery, look
at our, stock of Symphony Lawn.
Gerig' Drug Store. tf
Mr. and Mrs. William Anderson are
nnouncing thg arrival of a lovely
daughter born three, weeks ago at
Longbeach, Calif. She has been given
the pretty name of Adela Kingsbury.
Thi announcement will be received
with much cordial interest by the
friends of Mr. Anderson in this city,
his former, home. He is the son of
the late Dr. William Anderson.
WOOD Oak and pis, cut to any
length; delivered oi short .notice.
Phone Mrs. E. L Howell, Oak,
)RANGE AND GRAPEFRUIT A
nice lotof oranges and grapefruit;
fifty or. lore oranges one cent, each;
grapefrit fifty or more two cents
each. Wl pack box for $2.50. Leave
orders i Ocala Seed Store or call.
W. D. trn, phone 191. 27-tf
FOR SAL X
room house with
puth Orange street.
ace). Apply to Jer-,
or shop or phone
to find I
0ztl me on South
-ty night, Dec.
'h cow, red and
n. P. O. box
VS" 'Jx '.2 CC' .' v
Abruzzi seed rye, $4 per bushel.
Rust proof seed oats, $1.50 per bushel.
Ocala Seed Store, 22-tf
Your holiday is not complete with without
out without a pan of our savory cinnamon
buns. Federal Bakeiy. 21-6t
' ..,' IT!
The Thursday afternoon auction
club enjoyed its regular weekly meet meeting
ing meeting yesterday afternoon with Mrs.
Napoleon Hickman, as hostess, at the
home of er daughter, Mrs. L. R. Cha Cha-zal.
zal. Cha-zal. The regular two tables of play players
ers players were present and the two highest
scopes were made by Miss Emilyl
S ry and, Mrs: Oarence-Camp.
a inclusion of the games an
Old Fashioned Bnckwhe Flour, Heck-'
er's Self-Rising Buckwheat, allards Self Self-Rising
Rising Self-Rising Pancake Flour, Co try Sausage,
Genuine Georges Codfish, or pound Cakes
and one and three pound wo boxes; Fancy
Salt Mackerel, Salt Mullet fc, Salt Mullet,
Herring Roe in tins, Beardfy's Shredded
Codfish, Star Salomi SausagStar Summer
Sausage, Thuringer Sausa, Mettwurst
Sausage, Frankfurter Sty'Sausage in
glass; Gold Band Sausage, jpsh Mackerel, r
in tin: Roval Scotch "SilVol'KerrincI iiV
Tomato Sauce, Kippered lrdinc3:H-(i
California Soused Sardines, Jpperecif Her r-
ing. Sardine Paste, Salm -Paste aiui
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