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GREAT DM Oil HAHDItiGHAOA AHICAII Wm CAHS WILL IViAut SEME'S YD
s leading ur Teniment A1"
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Washi 1. The govern government
ment government m: Washington pau.3-
'ed toda; he incoming year.
On acco e 'president's illness
the a $uar reception at the
White rfnembe.rs of the drp drp-lomatic
lomatic drp-lomatic dispensed with and
" a recep tendered at tne ome
of actiiiy of State Norman
Daves, f Baker and Secre Secre-.tarv
.tarv Secre-.tarv D open T house to re-
Wive Nalls from the public.
and office, army, navy and
marine foth houses of Con Congress
gress Congress stirned. :
CHAMf FEELS BETTER
Senatferlain of Oregon,
' -who undecohd operation yes yesterday,
terday, yesterday, fted resting well to today.
day. today. Him is said to be sat-
American Lieutenant and Five Sol Soldiers,
diers, Soldiers, However, Sent Home Safa
by Obregon'B Officers
Nogales. Ariz., Jan. 1. Lieut. Lu-
hem and five soldiers of 'the Forty-
eighth Infantry, who were held at
Nogales, Sonora, were released last
night by Mexican officials. They drove
across the line' in an automobile, ig-
orant of their whereabouts.
WEIHES AND THEIR FRIENDS
GREETED THE NEW YEAR
' Leavirfow afternoon to re
sume thl duties are the fol
lowing: k Lee Edwards for
Wauchuohe is tea'" ng in the
public scjss Sarrtn Dehon for
Connectives Stella and Nina
Camp foj Miss Julia Collins
ior Stetses Agnes Burford
and Elizdker, who will leave
Monday blph-Macon College,
and Misarite Edwards for
HQ padall leather work
shoes fonrmer irice $3, "now
?2.50. Iioe Parlor. 28-tf
Ford hfagon. -Reasonable.
Terms ii Spencer-Pedrick
M?)tor Col V 30-tf
Big .Crowds ''to See Star Teams at
Pasadena and Fort Worth
A numtts were brought in
the circuit this county on the
31st of D 1920, involving the
flsspssmem 1920. that is. SO
much of ivied for 1920 as is
assessed iyment of the inter
tift and slid of the road bonds
It will led that in Apri
1920, the Marion county by
a majoritin favor of thesis
suance of pf 5 per cent bonds,
These bor not been sold, and
in fact n printed or signed,
-' and it is tliori of the tax pay-
' ers that to authority to levy
the tax t bonds have been
sold, and i the present state
of the mabonds will probably
not sell f t time, so that the
tax is illej
The boaanty commissioners
' in August seven-mill tax. for
the purpoing the interest and
retiring tQs. and it is now
. contended was illegal, and
there is rfity of law for the
collection tax, u because the
. bonds hav issued, and create
' ro liability the county "and
cwnsequenix is illegal.
Section e general statutes
"When y bonds shall have
been issursuance of this
'-article (tli under which the
bonds wertjt shall be the duty
of the cormissioners to levy
annually sufficient to pay the
x interest ofis, and also a sum
sufficient the principal of he
, bcnds,hlng fund shall be
provided f-esolution of the
board of omissioners before
issuing of he bonds."
It i? coxi certain taxpayers
that the wjed" as used in the
statute motiated, or circu
: la ted,': tha: a bond is not "is
r It is alsjed that the board
has not yd a resolution, as
required hi few words of the
act, provid; sinking fund, and
. that the leax made with the
-general Iev,Hy insufficient
,They als have the election
cf the bon;s beld illegal, be
cause the frovides that "they
cannot be jntn the bonds are
In an intijth a Star reporter
this mornirt M. Hampton, at
torney for pplainants in this
; esse,! said (clients had no de-
sire whatejrk the rayment of
their taxesievinop that the as
sessment xirroneous one did
not feel incpay the additional
seven mmi for road bond
. .-fund, wheni fun could exist
until the be sold. He stated
that he had, to pay to the tax
collector thlpf each of his
clients, Iesfsevenmill error
claimed; ance taxoUector had
refused su. -
Friday night, as has been their
custom for many years, Mr. and Mrs.
G. B. Weihe and their son, Mr. K.
Weihe and his wife, called in a
number of their friends to gently; aid
the old year out and joyfully welcome
tlie new year in. ;
The guests began arriving at 8 p.
in. and remained until 1:30 a. m., and
in 'that .time found it easy to have a
great deal of fun. Present were
lev. and Mrs. W. F. Creson, Mr. and
Mrs. C." E. Simmons, Mrs. .miiy
Green, Mr. and Mrs.'H. W. Tucker,
Mr. James Leslie, Mrs. II. S Wesson,
Miss Annabelle Wesson, Mr. and Mrs.
R. S. Rogers, Irs. Susie Mclver, Mr.
and Mrs. Parks, Mrs. Ida Williams,
Mr. and Mrs. George MacKay, Miss
Annie MacKay, Miss; Mabel Akin,
Mrs. May Shuey, Mr. J. H. Benjamin,
Mr. and Mrs. F. E. Harris, Mr. and
Mrs. M. A. TenEyck, Mr. and Mrs. JT
H. Nicholas, Mrs. Luella Swaim, Dr.
and Mrs. K, J. Weihe and Miss Edith
There was much good music during
the evening by Miss Mabel Akjn, Mr.
and Mrs. H. W. Tucker and Dr. and
Mrs. K. J. Weihe of the Ocala Saxo
phone Club. ,.
The guests then went to the yard,
where .the oyster roast was prepared,
and everybody had an oyster feast,
with coffee, punch and other refresh
ments. Cake, fruit and nuts were
Shortly before midnight the Christ
mas tree was lighted and at midnight
everybody extended New Year greet
ings. The" new year was saluted with
fireworks, ringing of bells and the
blowing of horns.
With artistic skill, Mr. Karl Weihe
compressed the .whole party, including
himself, into a corner of the parlor,
with a Christmas tree for a back
ground, and took a flashlight picture
After that everybody spoke his or
her name with a New Year sentiment
into the phonograph, and then Listened
to their own words returning to .them
f roms out the machine. The Weihes
have a list of these records extending
back to 1907..
. It being evident that the sandman
was present, all bade the hosts and
hostesses goodbye and left for home.
The Weihes surely like to help peo
pie have a good time. :
Pasadena, Jan. 1. Forty-two thou thousand
sand thousand persons are expected to see the
Ohio State University and California
football game here today. The game
starts at 2:30 o'clock. Pacific time.
GAME AT FORT WORTH
Fort Worth Jan. 1. Centre College
football team is declared in the best
condition any time this year for the
game today with Texas Christian
University. Texas was unbeaten this
year and Centre lost only, to Harvard
and Georgia Tech.
Marion, Jan. 1. Senator Harding
took only a part of a holiday, spend spending
ing spending much of the day at work on mis
cellaneous business accumulated the
ast few days. -The president-elect
arranged to have New Year's dinner
at home with his wife and several
EIGHT O'CLOCK CLUB'S BALL
The balls that are given by the
members of the Eight O'Clock Danc
ing Club are always among the most
elaborate affairs that the dancing set
of the city enjoy, but the one last eve evening
ning evening at the. Ocara Country' Club sur surpassed
passed surpassed any of those given previously
There were a great many couples
present and the club house was unus
ually attractive fori this occasion, it
beine- beautifully decorated in palm
leaves and brightly colored balloons
Davis' orchestra furnished the music
and -the orchestra was assisted by two
extra musicians from Jacksonville.
TVi dancers were Drofuse in their
praise of the music.
The baH was opened with a grand
march led by Mr. Albert Harriss and
Miss Nina Camp. Programs were then
filled out and a merrier or more lively
time never took place at the Country
CAuh. which has been the scene of
s-me of the. most delightful parties
Ocala has ever enjoyed:
There were at least 15 ; different
kinds of favors distributed during the
evening. Among the handsomest were
paper hats for the ladies. The gentle
men also received unique hats ana
the others favors, such as clappers
and whistles, were given .out just in
time to blow the new year in. which
was done with much noise and mer merriment.
riment. merriment. Confetti streamers and other
fancy favors were distributed during
One of the cleverest stunts occurred
during the- seventeenth dance. There
were two bags containing similar
gifts and the gentlemen drew from
one while the ladies from the other
and partners, for this dance were
found by matching the articles drawn.
This afforded much amusement.
At intermission the guests repaired
to the dining room, where a fruit
salad course with crackers, olives and
coffee was enjoyed, and dancing was
again resumed. It was in the wee
hours of the morning when this party
came to an end and 1921 was started
in a most happy and delightful man
Most of It Devoted to Business, End
ing with a Quiet Evening
Made a Clean Sweep in New Zealand
for the Davis Cup Tennis
. (Associated Preas) -Auckland,
New Zealand., Jan. 1.
William Tilden of Philadelphia and
William Johnston of San Francisco,
made a clean sweep in the Davis cup
tennis championship tournament here
today by defeating Gerald Patterson
and Norman Brookes in single events,
terminating the tournament.
MEETING OF SPANISH-
The following .Washington dispatch
will be of interest to the many
Gainesville friends of the bride:
Washington, Dec. 30 The marriage
of Miss Louise Clark, daughter of
Representative and Mrs. Frank Clark
of Florida, to Mr. Louis Vernon Slo Slo-r.aker,
r.aker, Slo-r.aker, of Albuquerque N. M., was
solemnized at the apartment of the
bride's parents at the George Wash Washington
ington Washington Inn. The ceremony, performed
by the Rev. John Compton Ball, .was
attended only by relatives and a few
close friends of the bride and groom,
and was followed by a wedding break breakfast.'"
fast.'" breakfast.'" ., ..'-- "I-"
The announcement will come as a
surprise to the many friends of the
young couple, who will offer best
wishes Gainesville News. i
NEW YORK'S BAD HABITS
New York, Jan. 1. The new year
was only a few minutes old when an another
other another murder, was reported. Henry
Schnepp, a butcher, was killed by an
unidentified iaan, who escaped.
Fresh vegetables at W. A. Stroud's
AMERICAN WAR MEN
The Spanish-American War Veter
ans met at the armory Friday eve eve-ring.
ring. eve-ring. The following officers were
elected for the ensuing year: W. T.
Gary, commander; C. V. Roberts, vice
commander; Frank Ditto, junior vice
commander; C. W. Hunter, officer of
the day; C A. Harris, officer of the
guard;. J. W. .Akin, chaplain.
' The meeting was particularly, inter
esting as it was a home-coming of the
old Company A of 1898, the members
of the camp being nearly all members
of the old organization., The roster
of the old company will be framed and
hung on the wall of the club room,
along with the roster of the Company
A of 1917.
THEY WANT TO SEE HIM
London, Jan. -1. There is much
skepticism concerning the i eport that
DeValera has landed in Ireland. The
newspapers have failed to ascertain
his whereabouts and no other news
has been received beyond that cabled
from New York.
Outgoing Governor and Family Will
Make Everything Ready for :
(Tampa Tribune) 1
Tallahassee, Dec 31 It is expected
here that Gary A. Hardee and his
family 'will arrive in the city Sunday
from Live Oak and take jap their
residence in the' governor's mansion.
Gov. Sidney J. Catts and family will
vacate the mansion Sunday afternoon
at 2 o'clock, but they will welcome the
newcomers and will have prepared for
them 'a delicious supper. Governor
Catts today sent"", the following tele
gram to Mr. Hardee:
"Hon. Cary A.' Hardee, 'Governor 'Governor-elect,
elect, 'Governor-elect, Live Oak, Fla.: Mansion vacated
by myself and family at 2 o'clock
Sunday afternoon, Jan 2. We remain
to ester d you and Mrs. Hardee and
I arty welcome with hot sepper pre prepared.
pared. prepared. Whole capital awaiting to
extend cordial" welcome to you,,, as
governbrelect e of Fforida, and Mrs.
Hardee, first lady of our state. Please
wire me' exact hour we are to expect
you.'. : v ,,. ', v :' :
Machine on Its Way From Washing Washington
ton Washington to Key West Fell Into At At-'
' At-' lantic Near Melbourne
Jacksonville, Jan. 1. The huge sea seaplane
plane seaplane found wrecked five miles at sea
off Melbourne yesterday is believed to
be one of the two abandoned by the
naval air flotilla of nine seaplanes en
route from Washington to Key West
Bunch of San Francisco Merrymakers
Fell Into a Hole Early
San Francisco, Jan. 1. About fifty fifty-New
New fifty-New Year merrymakers were injured,
several seriously, when a temporary
sidewalk over an excavation for a new
building at Market and Taylor streets
collapsed after midnight. About 100
persons fell a distance of 20 feet.
TWO YOUNG LADIES
MISSES EDWARDS AT HOME
ON HIS GOOD BEHAVIOR
SOLDIER RECORD '.
CANT BE SMIRCHED
No Matter What he Did Before or
After, that is One Thing that
Will Remain Unstained
Athens, Jari. 1. King Constantine
has -made a request for an impartial
investigation of Greek events by the
While your friends are
Wishing You a Happy New Year
. We are offering you an opportunity to
make: this year a
Your Prosperity Depends on What You Save
! and Not What You Make v
Your dollars will buy more here, why not give
, them 'the chance ?
' : U-SERVE STORES ;
CASH AND CARRY
One East And ONE West City Square
Shop at the One Nearest You
The dinner party which was given
I at the Harrington Hall hotel last night
Of the many social functions that from 6 to 8 o'clock by Mrs. Mamie
have been enjoyed the past week, none Hall in honor of Miss Nellie Bain of
were more4 .interesting or enjoya'ble Greensboro, N. C, sister of Mrs. Hall's
than the informal tea yesterday after- daughter-in-law and Miss Elizabeth
noon from four to six o'clock at which Hocker of this city was an exceeding exceeding-Misses
Misses exceeding-Misses Aa Lee and Marguerite Ed- ly pleasant event. There were twenty
wards were the' hostesses. Miss Ava seated at the table, which was taste-
Lee Edward?, who is teaching for her f ully ornamented with quantities of
first year at WauchuW, and Miss Mar- handsome pink and white roses.
guerite Edwards, a student at the After two hours of a jolly time and
Woman's College at Tallahassee," are the enjoyment of a sumptuous five five-p.mong
p.mong five-p.mong Ocala's, most attractive, and course menu,' the party dispersed for
popular girls and during their holiday! the twq dances, one at the Ocala
visit at home with their- parents have I County Club and the other at the
been the recipients of many social! Woman's Club house.
courtesies. I Those enjoying tnis compliment
The two hours that their friends with the charming honorees were Mr.
spent with them yesterday afternoon and Mrs. R7S. HaU, Mrs. Leta C Ben Ben-were
were Ben-were most pleasant "land informal, nett, Misses Eloise Henry, Blair Wood Wood-Social
Social Wood-Social conversation around the "cozy row, Agnes Burford, Sarah Dehon,
fires and selections on the piano by and Messrs. Sam Ham of Gainesville,
Miss Ava Lee Edwards were the en- Joe Borden, Whit Palmer, Norton
tertaining features of this at home af- Davis, Holmes Walters, Hood Ditmar,
fair. During the afternoon a : fruit Carlisle Izlaf, Robert, William and
salad course, with sandwiches, crack- J Harrington HalL
ers, tea and cake, was enjoyed.
The Misses Edwards will return to
morrow and Monday1 to resume their
school work after having spent two
weeks very delightfully, at home.
MANY, WOMEN EMPLOYED r.
IN LARGE BOSTON BANKS
Jacksonville, JanJ L--Camp John
ston here will be converted into a
New York,' Jan. 1. Thousands of
mn and women in various walks of
ife paid homage to "Monk" Eastman,
NEW GOVERNOR OF NEW YORK J
Albany, Jan. 1. Nathan L. Miller,
murdered gangster-soldier, at his fu-l0f Syracuse, was inaugurated gover
neral m Brooklyn Thursday. nor 0f New York today.
Remindful that his record as a
eader in the East Side's gang con
fiicts had in part been cleansed by his
heroic behavior in the wcrld war, the
silent throngs gathered about an un
dertaker's little chapel where his body
CARDINAL GIBBONS RALLIED
Baltimore, Jan. 1. Cardinal
lay and listened t- recitals of the best bons "ho suffered a relapse yesterday
. it. i . r I was Sim iiviue trill iy luuov. aiic liiafc
ill ijis nir. JLiit-siiiitiii ctiicnutp, ior-1 .
feited by his conviction of crime years au1"U3re":u CObCt
ago. was restored by Gov. Smith upon I i' '.
. 1 l ijaicr-iue vmuiuai i aiiicu uici a
nis return irura rraiice. i ...
The funeral rites were simple. His good mSnt s macn
th AiiM we u in i,mn, him Prt received here at 10. o'clock from
union Aims, aia., wnere ne is 111
as one "regenerated in the war. They
escorted the, body to the cemetery to
the sound of muffled drums, where
last honors were paid by a firing
squad at the grave and a bugler's
notes of "taps.
: The "Monk," whose real name was
William DeLaney, was buried in the
uniform of a. soldier of Co. G, 106th
Infantry, with a victory medal over
his heart and two wound stripes on
his right sleeve.
An American flag was draped over
the home of a friend.
CONDITION OF CARUSO
New York, Jan. 1. The condition of
Enrico Caruso, confined with pleurisy
and empyema, was reported somewhat
better today. f
Subscription dance at the Ocala
House tonight. Everybody is invited
A welcome visitor to our city this lto come out and ioin vthe last dance
week was Miss Martha Fort of Moss If the holidays. Davis orchestra will
Bluff, who was the guest for several
days of her niece, Mrs. E. C. Jordan.
Miss Fort is the Star's correspondent
at Moss Bluff, and is a pretty and in intelligent
telligent intelligent young lady. She was a wel welcome
come welcome visitor to the Star office while
here. She is now visiting friends in
Anthony, and will probably stop in
I Ocala on her way home. .
furnish the music.
Fresh Line of 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. V
Pound $1.35, One-naif Pound 70 Cents
Our Qualify Ice Cream
Delivered to any address, anytime. Call
580 or 558,
Charlotte, N. C., Jan. 1-P. A. Deal
and wifeE. M. Deal Jr. and his sister,
T '. ' 2 '-f-IM-J I-i.-l.1 A T inttn
ucua nus auicu uumuimj,
Tlaal trnnnirei- aiatr rritirallv ITllUr-
Entering the FinancUl WorM I During Lj early when a train struck
ine Yr, -iirjr xju.c uc Uvi- r,frrtV,iU thi Htv. The
Place for Themselves ;.; : L4., t
pOAlrJT VVCU? CU IVUIiv UVUiV
tending the funeral here yesterday of
. Boston, Jan. l.-One v, thousand
women are employed in the banks of "Medrid,' Jan. 1. Bank employes
Boston. This would not .be surprising throughout Spain are threatening a
but for the fact that a large propor-j general strike.
f 'An ora PTTinlflVl 9 PXTlPTt clerk -1 -:. "T "'" )
an elastic team in all departments
The women were employed, fa many m0 PlurJ J? f 7nn
cases with reluctance, as a war emer- "ouncement ot the purcae f 00
gency when the- boys went marching acre8,?or V1 waa made to-
away, but they are said to havejuaj' ; ;
shown adaptability to the"; ? banking j Baltimore, Jan. 1, The physicians
business. ; fare -pleased with Cardinal Gibbons'
Miss Caroline P. Stickle, in charge condition. 1
cf the woman personnel in an institu-J ; ;
tion" employing 318 women, sayr that J C 35 pairs men's work shoes, Goodyear
last year 200 women" bank clerks oc-jweit, former price $7.50, now ?60T
cucied much of their spare time ob-rittle' Shoe Parlor. 28-tf
taining added knowledge of the prin
ciples and details of banking afforded I rm.-- you Duy f-om QS they are
by the evening courses conducted fori bressed ready for cooking. Oysters
the benefit of the Boston chapter of land ahnmp City JfiHU Mancei, o.
the American Institute' of Banking. P".
Of women in the banlung world she
havs: v ior SL.Aervivrs auh-iuau 1
"Until within a few years most po-I WE JlAVIs tJSUUUU
citinna nnpn to women within banking!
institutions have been largely in the Washington, Jan I-The colony of
nature of- stenographic work. At Mennonites from Canada, which pro pro-present
present pro-present you will find women in al- poses to emigrate to the United States
most every department and when the and settle' here, was refused admis admis-department
department admis-department head is consulted he will sum by the. United States asuch, it
tell you that the woman cltirk's work ia said by the state department; but
is very satisfactory indeed. . r if the, individuals present themselves
"Occasionally, we hear of some at the border bearing proper pass pass-woman
woman pass-woman who has attained an executive ports it would be difficult for the hn hn-postiion
postiion hn-postiion within the conservative cir- migration authorities to turn them
cles of banking although such attain- back. A division ; of the American
rr.ents have not been at all general Legion has protested to the state de de-This
This de-This is not a bit discouraging, how- partment against admission of the
ever, when we realize that what we colony. In a resolutbn recently adopt adopt-have
have adopt-have been given to do we have done ed the Mississippi : division said the
satisfactorily, e need to realize Mennonites were undesirable because
that the future may bring greater op- they, had remained; at home while
portunitiea and to be ready for. these Canada was being ?bled white" in the
we cannot have too great knowledge I trenches in- France.
relating to the principles and details
of banking." ;-:-' "-.".
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
NEW YEAR NOISE
;Waiernian' Ideal Fcactaia Pens at
3erigf Dro Stem tf
:SAA POSTOFFICE EOMANCE
Everybody in Ocala; who wasnt
dead, to the world know when the new
year came in last night. -The firebell
and the church bells rang whistles
blew and the new year baby must have
been stunned by the noise during the
first few minutes of his life.'
, Friendship, N. V
4 Love, Va.' r s
Kissimmee, Fla. 'l
.. Parson, Ky.
Reno, TZev Illinois 1
' OCALA EVENING STAR, SATURDAY, JANUARY 1, 1921
Oeala Evening Star
a member or tne ciotn, aoesn x u
mean rather one "who stole the livery
cf the court of heaven to serve the
... t., rrt (..da devil in?" Tampa Tribune.
NEW PASTOR FOR
star Publishing company,
It. R. Carroll. PreMet
P. V. Leaven sood. Secret ry-TrereF
J. U. BeBjamla. Editor
Entered at Ocala. Fla costofflce
RntnM OflM ............ .FIve-0
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( irtv RfBorier ..... ....Five-
If Catts ever served the devil, he
has held Satan up for a stiff price.
Automobile accidents took the lives
of nearly 4000 people in this country
during 1920 and twice as many in
1919. The 1920 list was three or
four times the number of accidents
happening from guns and pistols. Why
I not take automobiles away from eve
rybody except police, military and
Rev. J. G. Waggoner of Canton, I1L,
arrived in the city yesterday and will
begin his duties as pastor- of the
Christian church tomorrow morning.
Eev. and Mrs. Waggoner will remain
in Ocala for the winter and spring
months and his congregation is ex
pecting great good to be accomplish accomplished
ed accomplished under his leadership. The public
is cordially invited to attend all ser
vices in this church.
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It's barely possible your Uncle
Forty out of 43 states have adopted Henry Ford spilled some of the
mothers' pensions in some form. beans when he cut down the price
of his lizzies. He tore down the play-
The sale of worthless stock in wild- house of some of his competitors, but
cat motion picture companies amounts I he also "came near putting himself in
"to more than $250,000,000 annually, the hole. He had to turn off fifty
thousand men the other day. They
A light car with flanged wheels! will not only suffer but make others
placed on the railroads of Alaska and share their suffering,
drawn by dog teams is known as a
'pupmobile." I In an effort to keep hired help on
his farm of 400 acres, a Virginia
The motion picture industry in Am-1 farmer has installed a motion picture
erica has pledged itself to raise two I outfit in a cowshed, heated by wood
md one-half million dollars to aid I burning stoves and lighted by storage
starving children in Europe. I battery electricity. He is proving
that the motion picture on the farm
Between four and five million ever-counteracts the drift to the cities. One
green trees were felled this year to or more pretty daughters in a farm farm-brighten
brighten farm-brighten American homes, churches house will keep more men on the farm
and community centers Christmas. Ithan any other device.
A Chicago man recently made his I It is less than a step from federal
will verbally on a phonograph record. I saying what shall be studied in state
Two attorneys dictated their names as I schools to federal saying who shall
the spoken "signatures" of witnesses, attend the schools; then look out for
white and black in the same rooms!
It is estimated fifteen million per-J Tampa Tribune
sons will die in China this winter. As J It would take more than a million
the population of China is between five (armed men to make whites and blacks
and six hundred million, they hardly! sit together in Southern schoolrooms.
will be missed. Southern colored people don't want
anything of the sort, and Southern
The Brazilian government has rec-j white people simply won't have it.
ognized the government of President
Alvaro Obregon, of Mexico. But itj Because nineteen Topeka men "chip
won't be worth much until the United ped in" a dime each to send Mr. Hard
States recognizes it. ling some cigarettes for Christmas, the
attorney general of Kansas has start-
Because of the alcohol they con-led prosecution, it being against the
tained many navy compasses have! law to sell or give away cigarettes in
been broken open according to the! that state. Some prominent Topeka
ennual report of the superintendent of I women are also expecting a call to jai
the naval observatory. lor sending cigarettes to disabled
soldiers at Camp Funston. Leesburg
One person out of every 159 in the I Commercial
entire united states was on tne gov-1 it s about time Kansas did some-
ernment civil service pay roll July 31. thing crazy. She has been sensible
1920. About twice that many are now an unusually long time
scratching to get on to it
KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS
Mr. G. B. Overton is now our
funeral director and embalmer. Night
hone 515, day phone 47.
25-tf George MacKay & Company.
If you trade at our place of business,
for every shoe in our entire stock that
was. subject to tax has been reduced to
10 a pair. Spot cash. No credit. No
delivery. Little's Shoe Parlor. 28-tf
VT THE CHURCHES TOMORROW
catts nas suspended two more
members of the state highway com- Ocala Lodge No. 19. Conventions
mission rm,i annninfaii nfti man i neid every Monday evening at v:ju
tWir nlflppo Cat v,n t,1o fi.A f o'clock at the castle hall, over the G.
r w -''- I I J . 1-1
j. ixreene kjo. arugstore. a coruiai
velcome to visiting brothers.
J. W. Akin, C. C.
Chas. K. Sage, K. of R. & S.
"highway commission a chaotic joke.
J. G. Waggoner, Pastor
9:45 a. m. Sunday school.
11 a. m. Morning service.
7:30 p. m. Evening service.
C. W. White, Pastor
9:45- a. m. Sunday school.
11 a. m. Preaching and the Lord's
6:30 p. m. Senior League.
7 :30 p. m. Preaching by Dr. S
Lawler, educational secretary.
Music by choir and orchestra.
Rev. C. L. Collins, D. D., Pastor
9:45 a. m. Sunday school.
11 a. m. Preaching. "Carry the
Colors Forward," by the pastor.
6:30 D m. Junior and Senior B.
Y. P. U.
7:30 p. m. Mrs. Lillian B. Fulton,
cf Jacksonville, will speak on "To "Tomorrow's
morrow's "Tomorrow's Obligations."
John J. Neighbour, Rector
7:30 a. m. Holy communion.
9:45 a. m. Sunday school.
11 a. m. Visitation of the Rt. Rev
Cameron Mann, D. D., the bishop of
the diocese. Confirmation, sermon
and choral celebration of the holy
No evening service.
(Rev. W. F. Creson, Pastor)
11 a. m. Morning worship.
Organ prelude, "Communion'
Hymn. "Safely Through Another
Scripture lesson, Joshua 3:1-17,
Hymn, "While with Ceaseless Course
the Sun," etc.
Offertory, "Traumerei" (Schumann)
Prayer (congregation standing).
Sermon, "A New Year's Medita
Solo, "Not a Sparrow Falleth"
(Franz Abt) Miss Bullock.
Hymn, "Bread of Life."
The Lord's Supper.
Organ postlude, "Voluntary'
7:30 p. m. Evening worship.
Organ prelude, "Adogio Sostenuto'
Hymn, "The Fight is On."
Scripture lesson, Ephesians 6:1-24.
Hymn, "The Call of the Christ."
Duet, "A Star in the Cloud" (Ach
Icy) Mr. A. E. Gerig, Mr. Guy Rich
Sermon, "Christian Warfare
Hymn, Onward, Christian Soldiers.
Organ postlude, "Gloria" (Mozart)
We wish to announce to our friends
and the general public that on and
after thi3 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 stata
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
ried in this section. Also will buy,
sell, repair and re-finish furniture,
mattresses renovated and made to
order; upholstering of all kinds and
picture framing. If our services are
neded call phones 305 or 431.
ROBERTS & SPENCER,
25-tf By C. V. Roberts.
Caproni, the Italian airplane inven inventor,
tor, inventor, plans a giant plane which will
carry 300 persons across the Atlantic
in thirty-six hours. Provisions will
be made for dining and sleeping ac
ORDER OF EASTERN STAR
Ocala Chapter No. 29, O. E. S.
meets at the Masonic hall the second
and fourth Thursday evenings of each
The president of Armenia stated month at 8 o'clock.
Mrs. Lillian Simmons, W. M.
Mrs. Susan Cook, Secretary.
some weeks ago that the help from
America through the Near East Relief
Viae- oni.nj nt l.ot t AAA AAA l: -n;
.W,.wSkl,WU,WUYe!i.IIYB Altera o-lr fA VtfrT?PAT. UtooA
hundred and-sixty thousand children Lnd delicious, and
are being cared for.
Though oil -was discovered on the
farm of a mail carrier of Dallas, Tex.,
assuring him of an income of $15,000
a month, he reports for duty at the
can be had from your grocer.
ipon having FEDERAL.
Tulula Lodge No. 22, I. O. O. F
pGstoffice each morning with the other I meets every Tuesday evening at the
carriers ready for his day's work. Odd Fellows hall at the corner of
Fort King Ave. and Osceola street.
The war deDartment has announced warm welcome always extended to
the testiner of a new lonj?-rani mft.Hisitmg brothers
chine gun firing 400 to 500 bullets a
minute. The gun carries a bullet five
J. D. McCaskill. N. G.
H. R. Luff man. Secretary.
wEoJry Sf, firsd,bykthe OCALA LODGE No. 286, B. P. O. E.
bprimrheld rifle and will shoot about;
Springfield rifle and will shoot about
twice as far as an ordinary machine
Wishing to do their share in adjust
ing the conditions of the country to
a hve and let live" policy the brick- upstairs 0'ver Trover's and the Book
i-.j i viiouuu aimguuces a Shop, 113 Main street.
Ocala Lodge No. 286, Benevolent
and Protective Order of Elks, meets
the second and fourth Tuesday eve evenings
nings evenings of each month. Visiting breth brethren
ren brethren always welcome. Lodge rooms
voluntary cut in its wage scale from
?1.25 an hour to $1. The reduction is
to become effective Jan. 15,
C. Y. Miller, E. R.
MARION-DUNN MASONIC LODGE
The homemakers' department of the
Boston League of Women Voters
challenges the mine owners to prove
that the present prices, of coal are
necessary. They claim the present
price tends to lower the morale and
affect the welfare of 110,000,000 peo
Marion-Dunn Lodge No. 19, F. & A.
M., meets on the first and third
Thursday evenings of each month at
7:30 o'clock until further notice.
A. L. Lucas, W. M.
Jake Brown, Secretary.
ROYAL ARCH MASONS
Reral&r conventions nf the fWla
An old painting by Rembrandt was Chapter No. 13. R. A. M.. on the fourth
round recently in a little village in the Friday m every month at 8 p. m.
Hart3 mountains. It is painted onr ani H. S. Wesson, H. P.
octagonal piece of oak two feet high I Jake Brown, Secretary.
by or.e and a half feet wide and is still
in the original frame. It was probrl 35 pair men's dress shoes, former
a.bly painted in 1630 or 1631 .during price $9.50, now $8. Little's Shoe
Rembrandt's stay in Leiden. Parlor. 28-tf
When i the Sebring White Way Ingersoll Watches at Ceng's Drug
speaks of the ReyJSney J. Catts as IStore. tf
St. Phillip's Catholic
Mass will be offered up Sunday at
i a. m. Benediction and sermon at
7:30 p. m.
Christian Science Services
Room 5, Merchant's Block
11 o'clock Sundays.
Wednesday evening meeting at
Fresh vegetables at W. A. Stroud's
NO MORE WAR TAX ON SHOES
ROBERTS & SPENCER'S
We are showing the finest line oi
Perfume Sets, both Domestic and Im
ported, that we have ever carried.
Bought direct and the prices are right.
Gerig's Drug Store. tf
Yom Success is Our Succ
T HAS ALWAYS been the policy of this: to
manifest a friendly, personal interest in ivel-
fare of depositors. We do not merely wish the
success of our depositors; we work for their:es$,
realizing that their interests of the bank arsely
bound up with the welfare of its customers, j
WE STRIVE to meet the requirements ofcus ofcus-tomers
tomers ofcus-tomers in a manner consistent with rank ranking
ing ranking principles. v
Munroe & Chambliss National nk
Geo. MacKay 2 Co.
and Emb aimers
Motor Funeral Cars
Private Morgue and Chapel
Day Phone 47
. .Night Phone 515
G. B. Overton, Manager
:C. Cecil Bryant:
Accounting and Auditing
alHt Start the New Year
tOsWfcK . T
f ngnt. jx your eyes iruu-
ble you, have tnem ex-
amined. Make this your
-.WW ... moi
DR. K. J. WEIHE,
Optometrist and Optician
PRACTICAL CARPENTER AND
Careful estimates made cn all con contract
tract contract work. Gives more and better
work f(r the money than any othT
contractor in fh itv
S5 A ffn
Perhaps the best and truest
tiling that has ever been
said about this car is that
you seldom hear anything
bat goodthmgssaMabout it.
Our Specialty Is
WOODMEN OF THE WORLD
Fort King Camp No. 14 meets at
K. of P. hall at 7:30 p. m. every sec second
ond second and fourth Friday. Visiting sov sov-reigns
reigns sov-reigns are always welcome.
? J. C. Bray, C. C.
Chas. K. Sage, Clerk.
Virginia U&j Suffered With Ac&et
and Pains Until llstner Begin
Giving Her Cardii.
Dublin, Va. Miss Mary Alice
Hughett residing on Rout J, near
here, recently told a visitor ef her
interesting experience with Cartful.
Miss Hughett said: "X had been suf suffering
fering suffering for some time with painful
I was pale, didn't feel like goinc
Would just drag around, and couldn't
rest to do any good. I would Buffer
once a month with my back, sides
and head. My limbs would ache and
I didn't know what to do, but I knew
I must do something, for I didnt get
well by letting it run on.
"My mother Is a believer in CarduL
for she saw what it did for ethers as
well as herself, so she began Si Tin?
it to me.
"It wasn't long before X saw a
change. It was just what I needed.
It regulated me. I began to eat and
sleep, and the pain stopped.
"Cardui Is without doubt the best
female tonic made, and I am glad I
can recommend It to others."
If suffering with symptoms such as
Miss Hughett mentions, or other ail ailments
ments ailments peculiar to women, why not be begin
gin begin Cardul at once? Its merit Is well
established by successful use for mors
than 40 years.
Toon druggist sells IL- NC-1S8
YOU SAVE MONEY
Cn your shoe bills by having us re rebuild
build rebuild your old shoes. Our charges are
moderate, and we guarantee satisfac satisfaction.
tion. satisfaction. MAZON & CO.
Between Ten Cent Store and Gerigs
Arrival and departure of passenger
trains at OCALA UNION STATION.
The following schedule figures pub published
lished published as information and not guar guaranteed.
anteed. guaranteed. (Eastern Standard Time)
SEABOARD AIR LINE RAILROAD
:15 am JacksonvilIe-NTork zriuam
:05 pm Tampa-St. Petrsbrg 4:17 pm
ATLANTIC COAST LINE R. R.
2:12 pm Jacksonville-N'York 2:48 am
1:45 pm Jksonville-Gainsville 3:35 pm
6:42 am Jksonville-Gnesville 10:13 pm
2:42 am St-Petsbrg-Lakeland 2:12 am
3:35 pm St.Petsbrg-Lakeland 1:25 pm
7:10 am Dunnellon-Wilcox
7:25 am Duneilon-Lkeland 11:03 pm
3:25 pm Homosassa 1:30 pm
10:13pm Leesburg 6:42 am
4:45 pm Gainesville 11:50 am
Monday, Wednesday, Friday.
Tuesday. Tharsdax. Saturday.
AUTO SALES CO.,
Ocala, Fl iy JPaj.iJIJ
& i f.
We wish You All a Happy and Parous
The Court Pliancy
"The Drug Store on the Square
ONE OF FLORIDA'S BEST GARA
Expert Repairs Tires is and Oil
Accessories Ston c
Main Street, Opposite Foundry
OCA LA EVENING STAR, SATURDAY, JANUARY 1. 1921
ERILLIAXT BALL GITL
BY THE T. A. G, CLUI5-
THE OCALA NATIONAL BANE I
Greetings to Evervboclv I
; This is the ninth New Year since the Ocala National Bank was organized. Our bank Has enjoyed pros prosperity
perity prosperity from the first beginning of its existence, and we appreciate all that our friends have done to enable
us to make this showing. ;
I The Country is now going through a re-adjustment period that is caused by the conditions brought
about by the World War, and it is the duty of every one to co-operate in bringing conditions back to nor normal.
mal. normal. Our Farmers are having to sell their produce for much lower prices than they received one year ago,
the livestock men are taking much less for their cattfe and hogs; the fruit men are taking very much less
for theiroranges, and so it is with practically every thing that we, have to sell We must remember how how-eer,
eer, how-eer, that these conditions are necessary in order to stabilize business.
The banks are sharing in this loss, for we cannot prosper unless our customers do. We are ready and
aiiious to do everything possible to co-operate in this re-adjustment of conditions. We want to supply
erybody witli capital that is entitled to it to do a legitimate business, but we do not think that capital
sliulcl be expected to buy luxuries or non-essentials. v V
I f i . V . v
iOur;Bank has been expecting these conditions for some time, and is prepared to meet them. I re re-spctfully
spctfully re-spctfully call the attention of the public to our Annual Statement which appears in this paper.
I Thanking you for your loyal support in the past, and trusting that our service may merit a continuance
of your confidence and patronage, I am,
Yours Respectfully, V
JOHN L. EDWARDS, President
Annual Statement of
THE OCALA NATIONAL
At the Close of Business, December 31, 1920
Marian County Warrants, Loans, Discounts, Bonds and
; Securities. ?
U S3ohds .-.
StocKilFedeal Reserve Bank of Atlanta
Bankmi House, Furniture and Fixtures --
Othejleal Estate Owned----- -v-
Overdrafts - -
CASH: On Hknd and Due from Banks
Capital Stock, fully paid in
Surplus and Undivided Profits earned. -1 .
Deposits Dec. 31st, 1920 $913,578.87
Dcposils.Decembcr 31st, 1919 775.473.71
Increase, One Year..'. $138,105.16
the Merits of the Above Statement We Invite Your Business
An invitatien from the T. A. G.
club,-which comprises ten or twelve of
Ocala's. most attractire girls of the
younger dancing set, is assurance of a
delightful time as the affairs that the
club has given this season have been
among the most brilliant ever given in
the city. The ball which this club
crave just one year ago was then
thoughtcould never be surpassed, but
if such thing is possible the ball
last night at the Woman's Club house
surpassed it in brilliance and it was
one of the most elegant and resplen resplendent
dent resplendent balls ever given in Ocala.
The auditorium of the club house
was profusely decorated in evergreens
and the club colors, purple and white,
were used throughout the decorative
scheme. Strips of purple and white
crepe paper were strung artistically
from the center of the room to the
side walls, forming a pretty network
of colors just above the heads of the
dancers. A magnificent purple and
white bell was suspended from .the
center of the ceiling. On the mould moulding
ing moulding was illuminated cardboard in the
design of the club pin. To the right
of the platform was a clever electric
sign of purple and white, which num
bered each dance. ,
The orchestra was from Jackson
ville and the players are splendid
musicians. The leader, Mr. John
Isenhour, is quite a genius on the
violin and was ably assisted by a
splendid cornet player, a pianist and
drummer. This is undoubtedly one of
the best orchestras that has played for
a dance here.
The ball was opened with a grand
march led by Mr. Cecil Clark and
Miss 'Elizabeth Home, after which
programs were given out. The pro programs
grams programs were very attractive, being dec dec-crated
crated dec-crated with a fac simile of the club
pin with the date and' place on the
cover, while above the dance num numbers
bers numbers was written the club motto: "We
Are Pleasure Bent." On the back of
the card was written the names of the
members of the club, who were all
present with the exception of Mrs. C
M. Tucker, who is now in Porto Rico.
The club members are Mrs. Leon S.
Mason, Mrs. C M. Tucker, Misses
Sarah Dehon, Jessie Dehon, Lucille
Gissendaner, Catherine Henry, Eliza Elizabeth
beth Elizabeth Heme,' Ethel Home, Loureen
Spencer, Elizabeth Hocker, Cornelia
Dozier and Clifton Sexton. Each was
beautifully gowned and they proved
charming and entertaining hostesses.
Favors of balloons, sparklers, horns,
confetti and paper streamers were
distributed during the evening and
caused much merriment and pleasure.
Promptly at 12 o'clock, dressed as
ather Time, Mr. O. B. Howse appear-
ed walking on crutches, depicting the
passing of the old year.' He was fol-
owed by Youth (Miss Margaret
Hocker) who represented the coming
of the new year. Miss Hocker gave
an attractive solo dance.
Another entertaining feature was a
solo dance by adorable Lucy Johnson
of Palatka who has performed on sev several
eral several occasions in Ocala and is quite
a favorite with our people. She re
ceived much applause.
At intermission, the hostesses, as-
Isted by little Misses Lucille Home,
Mamie Sue Spencer and Margaret
Hocker, served a fruit salad course
with crackers, olives, coffee, etc
Among the out of town young la
dies present were Miss Mildred Dav Davidson
idson Davidson of Clarksburg, W. Va, Miss
Irene Denham of Gainesville, Miss
Mary Lane of Orlando, Miss Alice
Lee per of Tennessee, Miss Martha Ti Ti-son
son Ti-son of Gainesville, and Miss Bettie
Cole of Anthony.
The T. A. G. club is certainly mak
ing a reputation for great entertain-.
menta and its ball last evening at the
Woman's Club deserved every compli compliment
ment compliment that was expressed, and there
A student at the Tochers' Training
Colle re at Warrensblrg recenUy sent
a "collect" telegram tlsa homa folks
announcing, that Vag perfectly
well, by fm7 ot a'gekle hint. .Later
he paid exressage a heavy, box
from his supposedly fe r-tant home
folks. The box confj i a paving
brick, however, labeled: "This is the
t-Airht vour teleeram lifted from
our hearts." Missouri Notes, in Kan
sas City Times.
BRITONS WOULD ERECT
IMMENSE POWER PLANT
London, Dec 14.--The British min ministry
istry ministry of transport has just made pub
lic a scheme to harness the tidal wa
ters of the river Severn at a cost of
30,000,000 and to erect a power plant
greater th?n aat of Niagara talis.
The Severn divides England from
nroiect is an outcome of the ef
forts of Sir Alexander Gibb, chief en
gineer of ports construction in the
British army during the war and
builder of the great naval dockyard
at Rosyth. It is calculated that the
power plant could produce 1,000,000
horsepower at its peak load capacity
and that it would save 3,000,000 to 4,-
000,000 tons of coal a year. It is
claimed that it would revolutionize
the whole industry of the west of
England and even supply London with
cheap electric current.
A concrete dam would be placed
across the river creating a locked
basin 27 square miles in extent into
which vessels could pass through a
channel. It is estimated that the un undertaking
dertaking undertaking would provide work for
250,000 men for seven years.
In the spring tides the Severn rises
38 feet, the second highest tide after
the Bay of Fundy. The fact that tidal
waters have never yet been used for
the generation of electricity on such
a vast scale, coupled with the big
estimated cost of the scheme, make
engineering experts cautious in ex
pressing views as to its. f easibility.-
The Times editorially refers to the
project as "somewliat flamboyant.1
The consent of parliament must be
Treat For Temqle
Arm Faulkner, nine years old, the
baby ballet dancer, a pupil of Solonoff,
the famous Russian ballet and ex
pression instructor, will dance at the
Temple theater, Monday evening, Jan
uary 3rd, 1921, just after the first
picture show, at 8:45 o'clock. She has
danced before a great many large au
diences in the large cities of the
South, and is a child wonder of the
day. 'She will appear in four differ
ent costumes, and we will guarantee
personally that she will delight and
held the audience spellbound, from
start to finish of the performance. The
program will be a fancy waltz, Span Spanish
ish Spanish dance, a Rus&ian dance, an Orient Oriental
al Oriental dance, a jazz and other fancy
dances. An orchestra will play the
entire evening. Price of admission,
inclcdirg war tax, will be 75 cents
downstairs and 50 cents upstairs. S12t
ALL TOGETHER NOW!
Suggestion for a poly-national an
them, from the New York Evening
My country, tk of thee,
- Sweet land of Wacht am Rhein,
Erin go bragh.
Long may Britannia rule, K
B&azaL Hoch, Sante. kol!
Aliens, Czech. Turk and Pole,
; A la patrie!
65 pairs Lunn & Sweet's lace" bests
for ladies, black and 'brown.' Goodyear
welt soles. Former price 12, ru t,
Little'i Shoe Parlor. :.: :
OCALA EVENING STAR, SATURDAY J ANUAKY" 1.' 1921
FARM FOR SALE
Farm of 160 acres of good new
gTound containing the rich Scott
spring .hammock, situated two miles
from Ocala on hard road, improved
with dwelling and all out buildings.
Will sell at a bargain. Address, C.
P. Howell, Box 188, Ocala. Fla. 31-30t
SAM R. PYLES & CO.,
Funeral Directors & Embahners
PARLORS OPPOSITE POSTOFFICK
Two Hearses. Grey Hearse for White
Phones 555 and 225. Open All Night.
We repair all makes of cars and
ttecialize on Maxwell. Chalmers and
GEO. J. WILLIAMS
Formerly Carroll, Motor Company
Garage, Osceola St.
Abruzzi seed rye, $4 per bushel.
Rust proof seed oats, $1.50 per busheL
Ocala Seed Store.' 22-tf
If yon have' any
pbcne to fire-one.
Miss Irene Denham of Gainesville
is the guest of Swisses Ethel and Eliz
abeth Home, having come especially
for the T. A. G. dance last evening.
Judge Smith has issued wedding li
cense to Mr. J. H. Benson and Miss
Special sundaes lor tomorrow are
"Golden Moon." "Dusty Road." "Full
Moon" and others. The Vogue. It
Fresh vegetables at W. A. Stroud's.
Mis3 Mildred Davidson of Clark
iburg. W. Va, is an attractive visitor
Guth's. Liggett's and Nunnally'a in the city the guest of Misses Eliza-
- m v -m A. I
Candies, air sizes from half-pound to
ten-pound boxes. Gerig's Drug Store.
Jf$ the figure 8
vftiat wasnes the clotheS-
For after you pop the clothes in the shiny
copper tub of the 1900 Cataract Electric
Washer, the water swirls back and forth
through them in a figure 8 movement four
times oftener than in the ordinary washer.
This figure 8 motion is an exchiswe feature
of the 1900!
No wear and tear on the clothes, either,
for there re no parts in the tub to rub
against them, or to lift out and clean after
the wash is finished. And the swinging
wersible wringer that works electrically
saves many a step.
Try the 1900 for yourself- Well deliver
one right to your home.
CaB, ''phone or vorxle
Geo. MacKay & Co.
beth and Ethel Horne.
V 19 Maxwell truck, Al shape; reas
onable and terms if desired. Spencer
Pedric Motor Co. 29-t
" Mr. Robert Pentland of Jackson
ville, is spending the week-end in the
citv. a guest at the home of Mrs
Maud Horne and family.
Abruzzi seed rye, $4 per bushel,
Rust proof seed oats, $U0 per bushel.
Ocala Seed Store. 22-tf
Miss Alice O'Connor and Yonge
Sage of Jacksonville, are spending the
New. Year with the latter's parents.
Mr.-and Mrs. Chas K. Sage.
Federal Bread is the kind to ask
for if you want the best. Your grocer
will furnish it. 2l-6t
56 pairs Lunn & Sweet's Goodyear
welt Oxfords, black and brown, former
price $10, now $8. Little's Shoe Par-,
In his office yesterday afternoon.
Judge Smith united in wedlock Mr.
James Rufus Cruce of Arcadia and
Miss Pearl Cornelia Wade of Cornell.
Salt and fresh water fish, oysters,
hrimp, etc at City FISH Market.
9 Ft. Kmg Ave- nhone 155. 27-tf
Miss Sarah Dehon will entertain -at
two table auction party this after
noon at her home, honoring Mrs. R. S.
Hall and her sister. Miss Nellie Bain
of Greensboro, N. C.
If you want a &ODAK, Gerig's
Drug Store is the cnly store in Ocala
bat sells KODAKS. tf
Mrs. George Taylor is entertaining
at a party this afternoon at her home
in celeb ation of her pretty little
daughter, Lenora's seventh birthday,
The special flavor of quality ice
cream for tomorrow is guava. Try it,
at the Vogue. It
Mrs. Lillian B." Fulton of Jackson
ville, 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. IL. under
whose auspices she will Jbe here, and
is one of the most eloquent speakers
on the platform today." We hope a
iarge audience will welcome the speak-
er and ieei sure tney wui oe ampjy
repaid for doing so.
WANTED Man to snare crop on
farm five miles north ofOcala on
Dixie highway. W. V.. Chappell,
Ocala, Fla, Route B. 28-t
FOR SALE Two Ford touring cars,
1917 and 19J8 models. Both in Al
condition. C A. Holloway, 715
Lime SW Ocala, phone 378. 30-6t
Y our holiday is not complete with-
cut a pan of our savory cinnamon
buns. Federal Bakery. '-- 21-6t
rOR SALE Have one good work
mare for sale. Will sell cheap.
27-tf W. D. Cam.
FOUR LEAN YEARS
FOR THE FISHERMEN
Florida Will be Ended With Har Har--
- Har-- dee's Inauguration
FOR SALE 1500 budded orange
trees, Pineapple and Parson Brown,
one year old budded on five year old
.-our roots; .from 3 to 5 ft-: high.
Price, 60c. and 75c' Write me or
see me at H. B. Masters Co. L. E:
Cordrey. Ocala, Fla. 15-lm ;
-Hilo, tC.i:"U. Let:
r nrepU $1 ad Per load. Trd
3r nrepLfV d Third Etreati.
corner t""" rrr" ? :
honeil2- II ;
frost by overhead fat Chai--:
lestofl Wakefield, f
- Lun'3 best Lorf land se.d,
$1 kq per thousand; special price in
'uZ Quantities. I Davis Farms,
' Bartow, Fla. ) i'.i; .: tf
lilNGES AN1 CIAPEFRUIT-A
nice, lot of orange and rapefrmt;.
: fifty or more irazZ5 one cent eacb;
grapefruit fifty or .more two cents
- each. Will pack fcfor- ?-2'?0-orders
at Ocala Store or cal-
W. D- Cam, ph?ce 191-
Miss Cora Griffin, now teaching in
the Clearwater schools, spent the hoi
idays with her parents at Anthony,
and also visited her Ocala friends.
Mr. and Mrs. S. C. Brown will con conclude
clude conclude tomorrow a pleasant visit in the
city, at the home of their daughter,
Mrs. C. L. Collins. They will go to
Daytona Beach for the remainder of
Don't fail to visit the Guarantee
C'othing & Shoe Company. Every Everything
thing Everything we sell is guaranteed. We're
nprhting for QUALITY not prices, tf
. Mr. Robert Lutz has returned to his
home at Pittsburg after a pleasant
visit in the city, a guest at the home
of his parents, Mr., and Mrs. Tom
66 pairs of Oxfords, former price
?8.00, now $6.50, just to close out this
ine. Little's Shoe Parlor. 28-tf
v.- -CS O-v--y vc-vs iy w w w 7T
We are striving to give the very best service that can possibly be given
to our customers and friends. ;
The officers of the Bank are anxious to talk over the conditions that con confront
front confront us, and help you to plan your finances, so as to make a success of your
Call on us when in need of advice or funds. We fully realize the import importance
ance importance of lending money, as well as accepting deposits.
THE OCALA NATIONAL BANK
Resources More Than a Million.
A A ca A k A A? Jk Ml? li
Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Boley of De-
Land and Mr. and Mrs. Charles Budd
of Daytona Beach, who were Christ
mas visitors at the home of Mr. and
Mrs. M. A. TenEyck, have returned to
the east coast.
the very best stationery, look
at our stock of Symphony Lawn.
Gerig's Drug Store. v tf
Mr. and Mrs. J. D. McCaskiU re
turned home yesterday afternoon from
a week's trip to the east coast. They
visited the everglades "during their
journey and speak in wonderful terms
about that section.
Mrs. E. A. Osborne and Miss Pearl
37 pairs men's dress shoes, former
mce $12.50, now $10. Little's Shoe
Mrs. B. Middlebrook has returned
to her home after a pleasant week's
visit in the city, a guest at the home
of her brother, Dr. Walter Hood. Mr.
Hood Dittmar, Dr. Hood's nephew, has
also returned to his home after a visit
with his relatives here.
Have your old mirrors re-silvered.
We do it promptly and at reasonable
prices. All work guaranteed. Ocala
Mirror Plating Works, Walter Yonge,
proprietor. Phnne 504. 17-tf
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Newman of Or
lando arrived a few days ago, for
visit to Mrs. Newman's mother, Mrs.
Julia McCredie. Mr. Newman has
returned home, but Mrs. Newman re
mains with her mother for a few days
Dr. Charles Watson Moremen,
Commercial Bank Building, Ocala,
Fla. Office phone 211; residence
Phone 298. 7-tf
He extend pou
tfje Reason's (irectmgs
corfcial gooti totsfces
for a prosperous
HapPB JBteto Iear
Sporting Goods and Gent's Furnishings
rhe Presbyterian circles will meet
at the following places on Monday at
30: Circle No. 1 will meet with Mrs.
G rider Perkins; No. 2 at the church;
Ncv 3- with Mrs. Henry; No. 4 with
Mrs. Frazier at the home of Mrs. J
Cedar Key, Dec 20. Four long
years in sack cloth and ashes. Verily,
poor "' Florida has 1 been punished
enough, especially the fishermen of
the state, who really brought it upon
themselves by giving Catts that ten
thousand majority. The dawn of an
other and brighter day is upon us and
we now hope that we may forget the
past a& a bad dream after Jan. 4th.
The Florida fishermen- have been
harried for nearly four years by the
ridiculous and arbitrary construction
placed on the provisions of the fish law
by J. Asakiah Williams, whom Catts
appointed as state shell fish commis
sioner. Recently, he gave to the press
a notice that the closed season on
fish known as mullet included salt
rcullet, which, of course, made anyorte
having salt mullet in their possession
liable to arrest. He came to Cedar
Key and seized thousands of salt mul-
et, which were, caught and packed in
the open season, and threatened to
prosecute anyone who shipped any salt
mullet before January 20th.
The law does not deal with salt
mullet, but specifies that io "fresh"
cr "freshly salted" mullet or roe shall
be shipped or be in the possession of
In construing a law, the intention of
the legislature is always taken into
consideration, and the words "fresh"
and "freshly salted" are used several
times in connection with the closed
season provision. There is absolutely
no provision againts the shipment or
posession of salt mullet that were
caught in the open season.
There is always a good demand for
salt mullet during the closed season
and the fishermen have been debarred
from shipping them for the past four
years on account of this ridiculous and
A citizen of (Jedar Key was in a
deorgia city a few days ago and a
large motor truck, loaded with fresh
red-roed mullet, coming direct from a
Florida gulf port had passed through
the state capital, where the commis
sioner has his headquarters.
On a recent visit here Asakiah dis
charged his deputies and brought
down a minister of the gospel and put
b-'ra on the job. The M. G. has gone
back to his home in the woods, saying
bis health is bad and he must recup recuperate.
erate. recuperate. Thus the enforcement of the
law during the closed season is left
to the pelicans and other birds of the
Now, Asakiah takes a fright for
fear that the new administration is
going to use the tomahawk on him and
otherwise take his official scalp, so he
sends a letter to the express officials,!
advising that the salt mullet may be
shipped now in the middle of the closed
season. Mind you, after enforcing the
closed season on salt mullet for nearly
four years, at this late date he comes
forward and practically says you may
violate it by shipping the salt mullet.
Verily, verily, Asakiah, you have made
some shell fish commissioner.
John A. Stapleton,
Pres. Florida Fisherman's Assn.
STRAYED OR STOLEN From Dr. FOR SAtj Six "uucc
v n two'o i c,oTOa 1 i.re lot on Soet urange street
ferry road, female airedale dog. An Answers
swers Answers to name of "Troxy." Informa
tion will be appreciated by Mrs.
Harriet Turner, at Farmers' Ex
change Store, S0-6t
FOR SALE 1919 7-passenger Buick
touring car; 90-day mechanical
guarantee. Spencer-Pedrick Motcr
Company. 30-tf J
TV.fi Gamble nlac APPF to Jer
ry Barnetfs ta shoP or phone
31S. I 29-tf
STRAYED From T home on South
W Orange street, .jfonday night, Dec.
2 large niuley-fc861 cow rei and
white, roin'Darb!" stock. Reward
t finder.1 X. G. Griffin, P. O. box
IS Ocala, Fla. : 33-3t
THE BO OK
J. H. SPENCER
- W. R. FIDRJCIi
Successful business men are good
osers of printer's ink. ;
Don't fail to visit the Guarantee
Clothing & Shoe Company. Every
lung we sell is guaranteed. We're
.ghting for QUALITY not prices, tf
Mrs. Sam Leigh left this afternoon
for Tampa, where she and Mr. Leigh
will make their home in future. Ocala
regrets the departure of this popular
couple to another. During their six
years' residence here they have made
many friends. -.
Seafood, always to be had fresh at
City FISH Market, 9 Ft. King Ave. tf
90 pairs of Utz & Dunn's lace boots
for ladies, former price $11 to $14,
now $9. This includes Dr.; Edison's
cushioned soles and Easall arch arch-protecting
protecting arch-protecting shoes. Little's Shoe Par-
Mr. and Mrs. W.1 H. Wilson and two
children have returned to their home
at Knoxville, Tenn, after a month's
visit in the city guests" of t Mrs. Wil Wilson's
son's Wilson's parents, Mr. and Mrs. George
Martin. Their son, Donald will re remain
main remain with his grandmother for the re remainder
mainder remainder of the winter.
WANTED, LOST, FOUND, FOB
SALE, FOR RENT AND SIM SIMILAR
ILAR SIMILAR LOCAL NEEDS
We Make a Specialty of Parts for the Buick and
the Prices are Consistent with the Cost of Same.
GOODYEAR AND U. S. TIRES AND TUBES
Exclasivc Agents for "VESTA" BATTERY, 18 Mo. Guarantee
An Up-to-Date Battery Service Station
We Maintain an Up-to-Date Garage with
Expert Workmen, at all times, Assuring
Prompt and Efficient Service.. .
GAS GONE, OILS AND GREASE.
SPENCER-PEDRICK MOTOR CO.
Rates: Six lines, maximum, ooe time,
25c; three times, 50c; six times, 75c;
one month, $3. Payable in adrance.'
LOST 33x3 spare tire between South
Third street and square. Finder
. please leave with undersigned and
eet reward. A. E. Geriz. l-3t
WOOD Oak and pine, cut to any
length; delivered on short notice.
Phone Mrs. E. L. HowelL Oak,
FOR SALE About 30 tons well rot rotted
ted rotted stable manure, $7.50 per ton.
Johi? R. Rogers, 120 South Magno
lia' st-eet. Ocala. Fla. 2S-6t
Don't fail to visit the. Guarantee
Clothing & Shoe Company. Every
thing we sell is guaranteed. We're
fighting for QUALITY not prices, tf
Rt. Rev. Cameron Mann and 'Mrs.
Mann of Oralndo, will arrive in the
city this afternoon for a few days'
visit. Rev: Mann is bishop of the
missionary diocese of South Florida
and will make his regular' annual
visit-to Grace Episcopal church to tomorrow.
morrow. tomorrow. A large class will be con con-finned
finned con-finned at the 11 o'clock service.
THERO-COLA WOODYARD We are
prepared, to furnish oak or pine
wood fo; 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
BOARD AND ROOMS In private
family. Hot and cold running water
in rooms. Call at No. 22 North San Sanchez
chez Sanchez St. Mrs. F. W. Broderick.
" phone 306. 29-tf
WANTED Orders for sweet Jersey
milk delivered in Ocala; 10 cents per
pint. Address Mrs. Louis Fred Fred-eritzi.
eritzi. Fred-eritzi. After 7 p.m. phone 444G. 6t
Old Fashioned Bnckwheat Flour, deck decker's
er's decker's Self-Rising Buckwheat, Ballard's Self Self-Rising
Rising Self-Rising Pancake Flour, Country Sausage,
Genuine Georges Codfish, one pound Cakes
and one and three pound wood boxes; Fancy
Salt Mackerel, Salt Mullet Roe, Salt Mullet,
Herring Roe in tins, Beardsley's Shredded
Codfish, Star Salomi Sausage, Star Summer
Sausage, Thuringer Sausage, Mettwurst
Sausage, Frankfurter Style Sausage, in
glass; Gold Band Sausage, Fresh Mackerel,
in tin; Royal Scotch rSilvea'V Herring in
i Tomato: Sauce, 'Kippered i Sardines-Filets,
California Soused Sardines. Kippered Herr-.
ing, aaraine iraaie, oalmon rssic
Bloater Paste. r
WANTED Position as bookkeeper
by elderly man. Can use typewriter.
C B. Grimbly, 310 Main street.
Phone 260. 23-Ci
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