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Title:
The Ocala evening star
Uniform Title:
Ocala Evening Star
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Evening star
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v. : ; 61 cm.
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Porter & Harding
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United States -- Florida -- Marion -- Ocala
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29.187778 x -82.130556 ( Place of Publication )

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Began in 1895; ceased in 1943.
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Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 5 (June 24, 1895).
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VOL. 27
OCALA, FLORIDA, MONDAY, JANUARY 3. 1921
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OCALA

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Has Vetoed tK Revive It, But
Senate andWiJl Try to

Pasfhow
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(Assfreaa)

Washington,rThe resolution

to revive the fcce corporation
was vetoed byesident today,
. and the senatfiately took up
the measure ttaw Xo passing

it over the vetfid .so. The

house is expecit likewise,
HO USTOJ PROVED.

Washington, .-From official

sources it was today that
President Wilsiecided to veto

the resolution e the war fi

ranee corporatt aid to farm

ing and other it Disapproval

cf the measureommended by

Secretary Hous
MARTENSNDERED
Martens, the soviet repre representative,
sentative, representative, was j surrendered
here today to SWilson at the

department of j his counsel.

Martens has betody of his at attorney
torney attorney since hiseveral months
. ago. His depoas been or ordered.
dered. ordered. I
SENATE AT W THETTAR-
C if
The senate fimmittee pre prepared
pared prepared today to isideration of
the emergencybill recently
passed by the h
REDUCBIENT
. Senator Boraition looking
to a reduction iraval building
by .the United 5-eat Britain
and Japan wased today by
the senate forejons commit committee,
tee, committee, but fipal acSef erred. Bo Borah
rah Borah said after ttee was in
session, which it, that con considerable
siderable considerable sentimdeveloped to
include prance j in the dis dis-aimament
aimament dis-aimament nego which, the
president would to initiate.

ENJSII DO NOT APPROVE

Of. theurning of An Irish Village in
pfisal for An Ambush

;
H. P. BITTING j
OUT C. GREENE
Mr. Geo. C. Gi has for the
last two or thr successfully
- conducted the dion the west
Side of the squarj out to Mr.
H P. Bittjng, ly has a
nourishing busii on North
Magnolia street.-
Mr. Bitting sa continue to
run both stores.reene, who
has been hard-vr months,
'says he 'will tak rest before
making furtherjs engage engagements,
ments, engagements, j

(Associated Ptm
LomT, Jan,. 3. Public opinion
vas shked when the burning of the
Irish to of Middleton Saturday was
made plic. Nowhere is there out outspoken
spoken outspoken proval of punishment meted
out tote village by Maojr General
StricklJ, and evidently there is
some rartance to endorse this meth method
od method of iping order. An o fficial
stateme. declares that seven build buildings
ings buildings we destroyed, as the result of
an ambh of police near that town
Wednesy. Occupants were given
one houto vocate, and' permitted to
remove Juabes but ordered to leave
the furrure. The houses were then
Bet on fi.

SEIIAIOR HARDING
CAN'T VISIT CITY

BASEBALL MEETING

You Do Not Have To Be a Player or a

Member of the Ball Association
To Attend

MISS H1EN LEITNER'S
, NEW YEAR PARTY

Miss Hen Leitner, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs.ohn L. Leitner, was hostess
last Fricy night to a party at the
home of r parents, to which she in

vited aboi ten of her girl friends to

assist thtold year out joyfully, and

aid the tw year in likewise. This
was certaly accomplished, for there

was a mey time going on at this

home lint the wee sma' hours of

morning. Assisting to make this
party sue, a happy one were the

hostess' mther and sister, Mrs. Leit

ner and 3ss Kathleen Leitner, and

Mr. JamusKilmore.

One of he most entertaining fea

tires of th party was the Christmas

tree beautiilly ornamented with can

dies and oter bright decorations, and
lovely presnts for each guest, which
were obtaied by dawing of numbers

which correponded to similar ones at'

tached to t'e presents on the tr ee.

Refreshmnts of cake and straw

berry jello, topped with whipped

cream and nuts, were served during

the evening and the' following were

those preset: Alice Cullen, Charlotte
Chazal, Eliabeth Murray, Margaret
Hocker, May Caroline Logan, Jane
Car mack, Mirie Hensley, Margaret
Powers, Chralette Smith and Remar

Blanton of ?ampa.

Previous Arrangements

Regretfully to Decline Invitation
of the Rotary Club

re-

Mr. J. J. Gerig this morning

ceived the following message:

Marion, O, Dec. 31, 1920.

Mr, J. J.- Gerig, President Ocala" Ro

tary Club; Ocala, Fla:
Dear Sir Senator Harding fully

appreciates the generous invitation
of your club to visit you upon his pro proposed
posed proposed trip to Florida in the near fu future,
ture, future, and regrets to say that he will

find it imposible in view cf other en engagements
gagements engagements to accept of your hospital-

The fans and the fellows that are

interested in baseball for Ocala for
the coming summer are asked to be

Canse s Him I present at the meeting that will be

held on January the 11th at the board
of trade rooms at 7:30, Tuesday night.
The meeting is for the purpose of re receiving
ceiving receiving suggestions how to' finance
the team, and if Ocala wants an am

ateur team or a semi-professional
team. There will be no subscriptions

aked at this meeting; that is not the

idea of the meeting. We want sug suggestions,
gestions, suggestions, and your moral support.

CONTRACT fflllDED
HAY COMPANY

c Big Ocala Firm is Given the Task
of Making the Long-Needed
Addition to Industrial School
To the George Mac Kay Company

has been awarded by the state board
of institutions the contract to erect
the new building for the Girls' Indus Industrial
trial Industrial School, two miles east of town.

Work began this morning, and Mr.
MacKay said it would be finished in

about five months.

METHODIST MEETING

BRIGHT LITTLE GIRL'S

There will be held in the Methodist

church tomorrow awlistrict group

ity, and he desires me to say that he ChifillI education movement

is graieim to you ior your invitation.
Yours truly,
Geo. B. Christian, Jr., Secy.

Ocala

MISSING BALL ARE
ON "AY HOME
(Associ) j
Rockaway, Jaree missing
naval bajloonistsibeen miss missing
ing missing for three weeVoute home
today through thiftds of On Ontario.
tario. Ontario. A messag last night
said that they exjeave Hud Hudson
son Hudson Bay Trading post De December
cember December 27th and.e railroad
within nine days. made good
time as expected! arrive at
Mattice, Ontario,' or Wed Wednesday.
nesday. Wednesday. They ag by dog
sled. f I

IN ORLANDtfEAR
Tallahassee, Ja4 Florida
Educational Associ hold its
next session at Ojording to
a decision reached.
Oflicers for they ear; were
elected at the aftssion as
follows: I
. President, W. D Gaines Gaines-ville
ville Gaines-ville 1
Vice President, itian Mc McDonald,
Donald, McDonald, DeFuniak '(re-elect-ed).
. ;
Secretary, R. ,LJf Inver Inverness,
ness, Inverness, who has servfetary of
the association for consecu consecutive
tive consecutive years.
Treasurer, J. H. Jackson Jacksonville.
ville. Jacksonville. 3

SOME 1

Kingan's Nut-0ECUL
PRICE to introduce pound.
Look-Tall tins Pink Tall

Chum Salmon, 13 jj.
SERVE STORES. r-'-

Have your old miriiYCreL

We do it promptly aaonahle
prices. All work gn, I Ocala
Mirror Plating, WorkiYonge,

.proprietor. Phone 504 17.12

BELLEVIEV ROD AND GUN CLUB

Belleview, Fla., Dec. 31. Although

John Clarksm missed but one of his

25 "birds" n the bi-monthly team

shoot of the Belleview Gun and Rod

Club on its &nith Lake range yester

day afternoot, his good work was not
sufficient to carry his side to victory,
the Gale team winning from the team
captained by J. Walter Nelson by the

close margin of five "kills." The to

tal scores were 111 to 106.

R. B. Meffert was high gun on the

Gale side with 21 hits to his credit, C.
F. Davis beingthe runner-up with 20.
On the Nelson team Clinton Martin
with 20 ran second to Clarkson, who

is doing the best trap-shooting that

Belleview ever has witnessed. He is

wintering here but hails from

Bridgeport. Conn., where he also

ranks as a crack shot. He uses a spe

cial 12-guage trap gun with a 34-inch

barrel, having two sights on its ven

tilating rib, ope near the end, as us

ual, and the other, the smaller one,

about midway.

Clarkson with 20 hits and Meffert

with 22 accounted for the individual

matches which followed the team

shoot. One of the individuals who

participated was J. W. Davis, Jr., the

youthful son of his father, and who,

though he never had fired at a trap
target, nearly equaled his dad's score.

He broke 13 of the brittle "birds" and

will be able to carry back news of the

sport to the Columbia, Tenn., Military

Academy, the uniform of which he

wore.

The summaries:
Gale Team

, B. Meffert.... .... 21

C P. Davis ..0

Nathan Mayo 19
Winters Hames..... 17

J. W; Davis 15

R. E. Gale 11

R fi. Retts.. ... 8

vTotal HI

Nelson Team

John Clarkson. z

CXntsm Martin '. .. 20

J. W. Nelson

Ranrr Riitr... ... ... ........ 13

Freeman Hames 11

J! E. Pelot 10

G. W. Cogswell .... 10

wTnijil ----- ... ...106

Results of Individual Shoots

First Match Clarkson. 20; F. E

Martin, 17; J. W. Davis, Jr.. 13; R. E.

Gale, 13; Nelson, 13; C P. Davis, 5.

Second Match Meffert, 22; W,

Hames, 16; C. P. Davis, 15; Mayo, 13;

Baxter, 13.

among the Methodists of the

district.

The Christian education movement

is f-Via soortnrt rVi cf nf th 'trrat Wftrlrl

COMPLIMENTING MRS HALL I gse ieauCTrated

AND MISS BAIN two years ag0t of which the "Centen

ary" was the first. It is now proposed

Saturday afternoon Miss Sarah De- by the chUrch to arouse universal in-

Hon entertained at her home at auc-ltereBfe Christian education; and

tioirand rook complimenting Mrs. R.while the raising of the proposed

Miss Nellie I o3 ooo for e endowment of

Bain. I AfathnHisi: rnllpcps anc universities

Flaming poinsettias and many Lii be ree-arded bv aU as a most wor-

Christmas ornaments were the decora-jthv undertaking, yet it is being conh conh-tions
tions conh-tions used in the rooms where thelHontiv .nnsidprpd hv all the leaders

three tables were placed for the play- of m0Vement that interest awak awak-ers.
ers. awak-ers. It was a very congenial affair. ened in the ereat wiU the

The hostess presented her honorees I atest achievement.

with appropriate remembrances of the In the Ocala district there are

occasion. To Miss Alice Leeper was twenty-two charges, and all pastors
given a pretty prize for. making the are eXpected to le in attendance. A
highest score among the auction rumber of interestel laymen from the

players, while to- Miss Ethel Home V6rjous places are also coming. Dr.
fell a similar prize for making the rf w LaWiei. conference secretary of

top score at rook. I education: Mr. W. O. Lemasters. sec-

Upon the arrival of the guests retary of the conference loard tof

punch was served by! the hostess education; Dr. R. H. Alderman, pres pres-motner,
motner, pres-motner, and at the conclusion of the urent of Southern, College, and other
games a salad course, sandwiches, ol- v;sit0rs will be present to take part

ives, stuffed dates, crackers and coffee on program. This wifl be the first

were served. ine ioiiowing were Mietriot "o-mim meetieTi" held in the

those present besides the hostess and Florida conference. Simiiar meetings

her honorees: Mrs. Mamie Hall, Mrs.vill f0now jn the other eight districts.

lafry Walters, Mrs. T. H. Johnson, rw.. romm for he dav is as fol

Mrs. Leon Mason, and Misses Cather-j owa;
tt t- t ti: 1 4.1 I

me iienry, Alice j-epr, iauemi 10 a m Devotional service, con-

and Ethel Home, and viators, Irene dueted by Dr. L. W. Moore of Clear-

Liennam 01 uamesviue anu miss wulWater

dred Davidson of Clarksburg, W. va. 10:XO m.oDenmff Address.

"Timeliness and Importance of the

ODD FELLOWS MET h,Mtir.na1 Movement" bv R. H. Al-

TOMOROW EVENING derman, president of Southern Col

lege.

The Ocala Odd Fellows and their 11 a. m. Objectives and Scope of

friends are looking forward with a I Movement, by Dr. S. W. Lawler, con con-great
great con-great deal of pleasant anticipation' to If erence secretary of education.

the big time they will have at their j 11:40 a. m. The Religious Educa Educa-annual
annual Educa-annual installation banquet tomorrow jtion of the American Citizen, by Dr.

evening at their hall in the Condon I J. H. Therrell. Sunday school field

building. (secretary.

Besides the attractive program pre-1 Adjournment for luncheon.

pared for the occasion they have ap-j Afternoon Session
pointed three of the ablest "eats"! 2 p. m. Devotional service, by Rev

men in the lodge to prepare a feast. I J. H. Daniel of Largo.

The nearness of Carter's bakerv to I 2:20 n. m. The Centenary, and

the Star office has already put us I Christian Education Movement, by I

wise to the fact that there will be S. Patterson, R. Ira Bamett, J. B.

about a dozen baked turkeys occupy-1 Mitchell, C. H. Summers, L. P. Mc

ing a prominent place on the menu of I Cord. (One only at a placed)

the occasion. 3 p. m. Three-fold Life. Prayer,

The Odd Fellows have invited the I Stewardship, Life Service, by Dr. J

other loderes in the citv. including theiW. Carpenter and Presiding Elder

lady folks, to be their guests at this I Rev. W. P. Buhrman.

auspicious affair. I 3:40 p. m. Closing address by ed

ucational secretary.

Josephine Carr Trantham enter

tained about twenty-five of her little

playmates last Friday afternoon at
the home of her parents on South

Sanchez street in celebration of her

fourth birthday,

Many games were played, but the

one which proved the most f un was
the pinning of the tongue in an old

man's mouth, and Paul Theus, Jr, re-j

ceived a prize for putting the tongue

on most correctly.

For refreshments Mrs. Trantham

invited the guests into the dining
room, which was tastefully decorated

in colors of pink and white. A bi
birthday cake with four lighted can

dles and prettily ornamented, was in
the center of the table.

Each little truest was allowed to cut

the cake, wlfichthey thought a most

wonderful treat. The lucky cutters
were Clifton Bullock, who secured the
dime, and Mary Frances Hampton
won the button.

Refreshments of cake, nuts, candy

and ice cream were ( served, after
which the many birthday presents

brought by. the guests were opened by

the young hostess, who was quite
charmed with every remembrance.

This was another of the happy parties

of the holidays.

STORIES ABOUT CAMP SITES

NOTICE TO MEMBERS

- BUSINESS WOMAN'S CLUB

(Dade City Banner.)

Talking about the stories told of

charging tourists for camp sites inj Tomorrow night at eight o clock all

Florida, in Coleman and Ferguson j members of. the Business Woman s
Company's store, while Uncle Jesse I Club are requested to meet at the club

was searching all over for. a piece of I rooms promptly at the above hour.

half inch pipe for him, Dr. E. H. Sco- J There will be the election of officers,
villa related howhe was charged for land those desiring not to hold an of-

uutting his car in garages at night f,ce had better be there to say so

hen he came from his home in Con-1 Miss Iilla White, the state presi-

necticut last fall. He said that he I dent of the Business Woman's Club,

paid $3.00 in New York. City, and will be an interested visitor present,

$1.00 at every other night stop, and I and besides this treat an amateur ban

he5 would have to take an inventory jquet will be enjoyed.

each moraine to see what was left in

his car. Now when he goes to Tampa I NAVAL RECRUITING

nreaaionallv he leaves his car in a! STATION REOPENED

certain garage, and leaves wraps and

what he pleases, and when he takes! Ocala people generally will be glad

his car out in the morning the charge I to know that the naval recruiting sta-

i& only fifty cents and nothin gisMis-ltion, closed' for some weeks, has been

turbed. reopened. Chief Electrician tt. ts.

Dr. Scoville thinks that many of Weaver, who was here before, and

the complaints about Florida are I made many friends, is m cnarge, ana

I will be assisted by Chief Gunner's

to find work to pay their expenses, 1 Mate A. L. Johnson.

are disappointed and return with a

eTouch. but that they will come again. NOTICE TO MEMBERS

" 14 a- mm mm ir w VnTT

Ur 111b LJuuiur

SOME PRICE

Members of the American Legion

Kine-an's Nut-Olea. SPECIALIwho have not notinea ine aajuiani

PRICE to introduce. 30c. per pound-1 whether they will be present at the

t KToH tina Pint Slmnn lfeJmeetinsr and entertainment Wednes-

Tal Chum Salmno, 13c. per tin. U-day night are urged to ao so at once.

SERVE STORES. iThis Is very important.

FOURTH BIRTHDAY

COLONEL SMITH

REE AUTO CAMPS TO
SPECTED

BE IN-

(Daytona Journal)
Julien de Nazarie, the field officer

of the state sanitary commission.

looked over the local camp grounds
Wednesday. He states that there will

be no camp grounds in Florida that

do not conform to the state require requirements,
ments, requirements, and declares that the free
camp grounds of the state are being

used as a cover to bring many unde undesirable
sirable undesirable citizens, and that such
grounds as do exist must be thor thoroughly
oughly thoroughly taken care of. and comply
wit hthe state regulations as to the
disposal of waste, the water supply,

and fly proofing. He 6rdered some lo

cal changes made that will prove an

additional expense to the -city, and
jacked up some of the campers for
carelessness.

The great trouble comes in the
fly-by-nights," who arrive late and

leave early, without making any effort
to tidy up the place they leave be

hind. The next comer will not clean
cp what he is not accountable for, and

it is a short time only until uncon

trolled filthy conditions' exist..

Those who are traveling for health

and recreation; and who are truly in
the spirit of the open road, are desira desirable
ble desirable members of the community. But

the unscrupulous, the criminal, the
social slacker, finds the free camp an

excellent cover. For that reason

Florida will reduce the number, of

them to the minimum. ,

The "Battalion of Death" Leader, t
. Speak Here Wednesday Evening,
January the 5th 1 .i
Colonel Dan Morgan Smith, major
of 'the "Battalion of Death," First
Battalion, 358th Infantry, 90th Divis Division
ion Division A. E. F wil speak at the First
Methodist church Wednesday, Jana-
ary 5th. at 8 p. m, on the experiencea
of his men in taking Hill No. 350, Lea
Quartre Chemins, Les Muit Chemins. -This
is the battalion whose operations
electrified America, when the cable cablegrams
grams cablegrams telling of its desperate fight
kith the three German regiments were
published by the leading papers of
America. .
Colonel Smith, who has been speak speaking
ing speaking to crowded houses all .over the
United States, was bora in Virginia,
reared in Florida, practiced law ia
Savannah, Ga.. entered the Spacbh Spacbh-American
American Spacbh-American war, practiced law and
served as assistant corporation coun counsel
sel counsel of the city of Chicago, 111. When
the World's War enlisted monfey and
men, he entered the A. E. F. as ma ma-or,
or, ma-or, led his troops in the fiercest fight fighting,
ing, fighting, was promoted to lieutenant colo colonel
nel colonel on the field.

A telegram from a prominent min minister
ister minister of Augusta, Ga tells of his re remarkable
markable remarkable success in that city. It
says: "Augusta, Ga, Nov. 21, 1920.
Colonel Dan Morgan Smith made a
wonderful impression on Augusta. He
spoke to crowded, houses. The even evening
ing evening address in my church was heard
by a packed house, the immense au audience
dience audience literally drank in every word
cf his memorable address. It was his
fourth address of the day, and was a
masterpiece of mental, moral and psy psychic
chic psychic force. It was a noble plea f or -constitutional
Americanism, built up upon
on upon a. fascinating story of the sacrifi sacrificial
cial sacrificial service of the American soldier.
Signed, Chas. C. F. JarrelL Pastor St.
John's M. E Church."
Requests have come for return
oates from every state in which he
has spoken. The, press comment is

unammous in stating that Colonel
Smith gives remarkably vivid pie-.

tares of life in the trenches and on the

battlefield. His tributes to the heroic
work of his, officers and men in bat battle
tle battle crises are no less eloquent. Host
favorable comment has been made on

his appeal for. better Americanism,

which is needed ust now to arouse our

people of the danger of lax law en enforcement
forcement enforcement and social unrest.

Cblonel Smith is touring the Unit

ed 'States under the auspices of the
Anti-Saloon League of America,- and

in" Florida under the direction of the
Florida League.

Admission will be free.

f

AWFUL DESTRUCTION

SCANNING THE SITUATION

(ABocla.ted Press)
Marion, 0 Jan. 3. Senator Hard

ing today gave most of his time to the
canvass of the legislative situation in
conference with Senator Curtis of

Kansas, republican whip. Other call

ers on the list were Gifford Pinchot,

former chief of the forestry service,

and Representative Towner of Iowa.

65 pairs Lonn & Sweet's lace boots
ror ladies, black and brows. Goodyear
velt soles. Former price $12, now $9.

Little's Shoe Parlor. 28-tf

(Jacksonville Metropolis)
With a record of having destroyed
more than 5000 quarts of fine liquorj
and an untold amount of fwhite light lightning,"
ning," lightning," the forces binder direction of
United States Marshal N. H. Boswkell
Saturday still have to their credit in
the storage room at the f aderal
building approximately 3000 gallons
of contraband whiskey. ; t
Deputy marshals during 1920. cap

tured and destroyed upwards of 104

stills, figures in Marshal BosweU'j

office indicate. In adition to the largt

quantity of liquor stored at the fed-,
eral building, approximately 1009
eases of intoxicating beverages art

being held at the orders of the, mar marshal
shal marshal at the storeroom of Duval 'coun 'county
ty 'county authorities.

There remains 16 days before a

year will have elapsed since natioroJ
prohibition become the law of tat

land. In that time Marshal 3osweU
has been instrumental in stopping the
sale cf more than 4500 gallons of pro prohibited
hibited prohibited beverages. He has destroyed,
under the direction of the United
States court, more than 1500 galloss
of an excellent quality of liquor. Be
has distributed the better grades of
liquor to various hospitals, under tit
direction of the courts, and the pres present
ent present stick is being held awaiting the
disposition of cases pending in tit
f ederal court. $

Always ask for FEDERAL bread

end rolls. They are delicious, and

can be had from your grocer. Insist

jpon havinz FEDERAL. 21-t

Seafood, always to be had fresh at
Gty FISH Market. 9 Ft. King Ave. tf

PETITION FROM UNCLE t t
HENRY FORD'S EMPLOYES

, (Associated Press)
Detroit, Jan. 3. A petition request requesting
ing requesting the use of the Ford Motor Cori Cori-pany
pany Cori-pany here for the manufacture of ears
for employes was circulated among
the employes today. The request pro proposes
poses proposes that the company turn over the
plant to workers during the period of
the shut-down announced last week.

Fresh vegetables at W. A. Stroud's.

Abruzzi seed rye, $4 per bnsheL 'The employes will agree to pay for nil

Rust proof seed oats, $1.50 per busheL f raw material. All departments
Ocala Seed Store. 22-tf (the Highland Park plant, which us

ually .employs more than fifty thou thousand,
sand, thousand, closed today.

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many who would skin a flea for its

hide and tallow, but in most places
tourists can obtain camping- ground
free, with water. and, if in a city,
light thrown in. We advise tourists,

if ill treated in one place in Florida,

to move a little way on. Most Flor Florida
ida Florida people will welcome them as
neighbors, and we can assure them
that in Marion county they wont have

to pay any more for supplies than our
own folks.

LET YOUR TOMBSTONE
TELL THE TRUTH
WK2N YOU ARE DEAD

(Thorn, in

Valley Ga-

WORTH CULTIVATION

It is not well that life
easy.

should be

Ocala certainly had a very pleas-

ant; holiday week.

. Tick eradication is doing great
things for progressive states. Florida
should eet in line. No state would be

. more benefited.

Mr. and Mrs. Louis Frederitzi, who

have a home and market garden on
the Lake Weir road,' have been culti

vating a vegetable unusual to this

section. Being well acquainted with
it, they expected it to sell rapidly, but
were surprised to find it difficult to

dispose' of, as it was a stranger to

the people.

Mre. Frederitzi brought a specimen

to the Star the other day, and when

the writer saw it he wondered why

everybody didn't buy on sight. It

looked at the bottom like a very wide

stalk of celery and like a bunch of
lettuce on top. It was smooth and
tender all the way thru.

It was a Chinese cabbage (pe tsai),

and possesses the virtues of both cab

bage and lettuce. It is a cool weath

er plant, and i therefore comes in just

right in the Florida winter. Any per

son can make an enjoyable lunch off

the green leaves with no other dress-

nig than a rinsing with cold water,

and from that on it can be made into

salads or cooked in a dozen satisfac

tory ways.

The writer took his copy of 3

cabbage to Hunter's Cafe, where

Charlie's cook boiled it with ham, and

the Star man and Dr. Smith consum

ed it for dinner. They were not mak

ing a meal but a scientific experiment

and it was eminently satisfactory.

Kissimmee

zette)
Let us make the coming year

chock full of happy cheer scatter lit little
tle little bits of flowers long the Wi7; it's

really not expensive to make all life
intensive for sometime youH. be

gone and gone to stay. And life
will be more cheerful to cut out the

dcur and drearful to not believe ill

things so often said; and live your life
out fairly act straight and always

squarely. LET YOUR TOMBSTONE
TELL THE TRUTH WHEN YOU
ARE DEAD!

During nineteen twenty-one see
that everything is done to improve
yourself, your county, and your city;
and if you find a place where some
raan legs in th' race encourage him
with just a bit of pity! In a thou thousand
sand thousand different ways you can make

some splendid days that might oth otherwise
erwise otherwise be simply dimme dby dread;
fill the cloudy days with brightness-

touch heavy nights with lightness:

LET YOUR TOMBSTONE TELL

THE TRUTH WHEN YOU ARE

DEAD!

ONE OF FLORIDA'S BET GARAGES

Expert Repairs

Tires

Gmd Oil

Accessories Storage

.Maia Street," Opposite Foundry - OCFLORIDA

'FREE Garden nlot and part of

.house, to married couple with auto.

.1 References exchanged. For particu-

t lars call at Maxine, Main street. 6t

..These last days of Wilson's admin

l&tration look like the president's cab-extra session

. inet officers have taken charge of the
, government and are running it, or

. trying to run away with it.

The measure of Tom Watson's abil ability
ity ability as a statesman may be taken in

the measure he proposes to introduce

as soon as he takes his seat in the

Senate. He intends, he says, at the

of the sixty-seventh

Editor Thorndyke of the Kissim

mee Valley Gazette suggests to his

Florida contemporaries that they join
his "keep-still" club regarding Catts

after his departure from office. This

suggestion from Thorn" emanates

from the idea that Catts will become

candidate for congress. So far 'as

the Star is concerned, it had decided

that when Mr. Catts went but of of office
fice office he would at once become one of
the most ordinary of ordinary citi

zens and should have no more men mention
tion mention than an ordinary, citizen. The
Valley Gazette need have no fear that
he will ever hold office again.

congress to introduce a bill that will
make Liberty and Victory bonds and
government paper legal tender. Mr.
Watson announces plans for introduc introducing
ing introducing bills to force the federal reserve
and farm loan banks to lend money

From what we have heard, the pro

hibition steam roller had a number of

little chunks laid in its way during I directly to individuals and to require

the holiday season, but it keeps ont,e secretary of the treasury to is-

steam-rollering, all the same. lsue the unissued greenbacks author

ized by a bill signed by President

Some of the papers are printing the I lincoin, he total of these author

.biographies of men successful in thehze( Dut unused greenbacks, according

.automobile business. They are about I to the senator-elect, is f 102,000,000

as interesting as the memoirs of mis-1 Watson claims to be not only a stu

j fiionaries so. prevalent sixty odd years I dent of history but a historian, and

: ago. I if there is one thing history proves

it is that when a government tries to

It is proclaimed that Valera is inmate its people take any kind of ob-

About nine-tenths of all the revenue
collected by the United States govern government
ment government goes to pay for past war or pre preparation
paration preparation for future ones. Baltimore
Sun.
It was always the other fellow's
fault. America has never gone into a

war that wasnt forced on it.' There
are several things worth more than
money, and if Americans hadn't

fought when they did they would
l,ave been further down in the scale

of humanity than the Chinese.

. i iireiana. ana u ne is ue wm owu w

. dead or in jail. The British, should
.i j send him to McSweeney's jail and

tv ViiTvi on nmvtrfiinit.v trt follow Mc

.. ag w w .... .... f f j

Sweeney's example.

ligations at par, the obligations im immediately
mediately immediately deteriorate.

In the issue of Jan. 1 Qf the Palm

Beach Post, Joe Earman sung his
swan song as a newspaper man. He
turns the Post over to D. H. Conk Conk-ling,
ling, Conk-ling, who established the paper which
grew into the Post, and who will car carry
ry carry it on, doubtless with success. Mr.

The French seem to be convinced

that the Germans will not be able for

years to begin a war of revenge, and
so are reducing their armaments.

Hso een incnnea to exact less Earmana health or rather o it

neparauon innn.uw oermaiw. caused bv overwork, compels him to

take this step. His writings in the

It would be a good idea for a Dunctt post greatly missed. He has

of Jacksonville's public citizens to get a styie that is unique and inimitable

together and supply Charlie Jones

'with the means to write a history of

-that city for the last third of a cen

tury. It would be a volume worth

printing and keeping,

- Wallace Stovall has just finished

putting up a $300,000, seven-story of-

- fie building on Tampa street in Tarn-

par most of the s;a e in it being en

gaged in advance. We are glad to see
-Mr. Stovall have such a large share

of good fortune. He. deserves it.

and the press is a great loser, by his
retirement. Altho losing Mr. Earman
the Post will continue to be a fine
newspaper under the guidance of Mr.
Conkling, who is himself an excellent
writer.

Representative C. W. Hunter of this

county will be on Governor Hardee's
staff: Mr. Hunter served in the Spanish-American
war, and was appointed
captain in the American army a few
days before World War ended. He is
yet a captain in the reserve.

Charles E. Jones, in his Jacksonville
Observer, says half of Washington's
army was Irish. We will give him
. ftve dollars to prove his assertion.
..Washington and at least nine-tenths
of his men were born in this country,
and .the great maority were of Eng English
lish English descent.
Ruth Gordon, known as the 'baby
actress had a pair of parenthetical
legs. She had them broken, straight straightened
ened straightened and reset, and is now in a Chi-

eago hospital, awaiting their healing.

' Few people would have taken that
' fttuch trouble to. straighten the crooks

in their minds.

,We never knew Editor Benjamin of
the Ocala Star to be anything but a
go-ahead and pushing kind of man.
His ccluirns are always bright and
we have believed he loved work for
work's sake. We never knew him to
write anything really doleful and

chilling until we picked up the Star

yesterday and saw this: "Well, there
is one good thing about the passing
of 1920. It means one year's less

work to do.". Gainesville Sun.

If Col. Davis only knew how we

hate to work, he would see nothing
doleful about that remark, which we

have made regularly every New

Year's eve for over thirty years.

Before the teachers' examination at

Tallahassee adjourned it passed a

resolution asking the legislature to
submit to the people an amendment
allowing the legislature to allow
school sub-districts to add another
three mills to their millage. The leg legislature
islature legislature may allow itself to be led by
the nose by the teacherbund, but we
don't think" the people will be fooled
into voting another strata of taxes
between themselves and daylight.

The Presbyterians of Wmston-Sa-lem
were very appreciative of the
work and worth of the lamented Rev.
John R. Herndon. They paid all his
funeral expenses and made up a sub substantial
stantial substantial fund for his widow and
daughters, who have gone back to
their old home in Johnson City, Tennessee.

' One of our retiring county officials,
on being complimented- for ihis
straightforwardness, modestly said
that honesty was a negative virtue
and should be possessed by all men.
Negative virtue is good. It enables
a man to. say no when improper influ influence
ence influence is being used to make him say
yes.
SOME PRICE

Kingan's Nut-Oleo, SPECIAL
PRICE to introduce, 30c. per pound.
Look-Tall tins Pink Salmon. 16c.
Tal Chum Salmon, 13c. per tin. U U-SERVE
SERVE U-SERVE STORES.

Always ask for. FEDERAL bread
and rolls. They are delicious, and
can be had from your grocer. Insist
jpon having FEDERAL. 21-6t
65 pairs Lunn & Sweet's lace boots
for ladies, black and brown. Goodyear
welt soles. Former price $12, now $9.

Little's Shoe Parlor. 28-tf

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j 1 STAR JOB DEIARTMEH j I
PHONE 51 P. O. bo i : j

LETTERHEADS, BILLHEADS, CARDS. CIRCULAI, FOLDERS, FINE CTS, ETC

ft r

We never disappoint a custoer on a promis
You get the job whi its due.

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Children at the Bread Kitciens

ROBElPENCERS

ANNOUNCEMENT

we ounie t our friends

and tbl public that on and

after 1 "we will not be with

the firorge MacKay & Com Company,
pany, Company, : Mclver & MacEay. It

has bted that we are going
to lea- We want to stats

that t going to leave. vWe

will b f or ne present at No.

217 Vdway We are-going

to car the best and most com complete
plete complete funeral goods ever car carried
ried carried ?ction. Also will buy,
sf. nd re-finish furniture,
niattfovated and made to
orderrinjj of till kinds and
pictug- If our services are

nede'nes 305 or 431.

RTS & SI'ENCER,

25-t liy U. v. Kooerts.

Three and a balf million children In .eastern and central Eirope wait, gaunt
and pinched like these, at the American kitchens (or the bo' soup and bread
that mean life to them. In the winters since the Armistice, unerlca lias been
the onv friend that bad food to give them. It Is a commor sight In Europe
today to see a child five er six years old whose head has not healed. With a
healthy well fed baby the skull should close before two yean. America must
see these children through the rigors of another winter, and to that end eight
grent relief organizations have combined Into the European Relief Council.
They seek to raise $33,000,000 to save this generation of Europe from death by
stiiru;ion nnd the diseases that come with under-feeding.

. FOR SALE
r LUE GIM GONG
NGE TREES.

liver and Ilant for
15.50 EACH
b Large Trees.

INN NURSERY CO.,
Ocala, Fla.

NO MORE WAR TAX ON SHOES

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

Seafood, always to be had fresh at
City FISH Market, 9 Ft. Sing Ave. tf

NOTICE

Mr. G. B. Overton is now our

funeral director and embalmer. Night

phone 515, day phone 47.
25-tf George MacKay & Company.

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'ID
m SALE
PHONE 581

Abruzzi seed rye, $4 per bushel. I nen's dress shoes, former
Enst proof seed oats, $1.50 per busheL' now $10. Little's Shoe
Ocala Seed Store. 22-tf 28-tf

mi m cj-'y

Ocala Auitto annl Garagempamy
Successors to Gates Garag
We sell PhUadelphia Diamond Gfttteries
Chandler and Cleveland Autoles i
Look at our Used Cars. All are Bargains and Gua as ier i enld
Tires, Tubes, Accessories ancage.

Cars AVashcd 1.00

PoUsbed$1.00
: :

risner

Ralstn

It is rumored that some of the
tent tourists" that came to Florida
for the winter are going back home
because of the exorbitant charges
against them for camp grounds, and
- supplies. We regret to say that in
Florida, as everywhere else, there are

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OCALA EVENING STAB, MONDAY, JANUARY 3, 1921

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SUGAR,
Best Head Rice, per lb..... 12c
,Nine pounds for ......... $1.00
Best Blue Rose Rice, per lb. 10c
Eleven pounds for ....... .$1.00
P. & G. and Octagon Soap, three
cakes for ..25c.
Rumford Baking Powder,
one-lb. cans ... . .' .30c
Cleaneasy Soap 4 cakes for. 25c
Pearline, Grandma, Lighthouse
and Octagon Wash Pwdr.. 5c
Seafoam Wash Powder 4 for. 25c
Jello, per package. ...... 15c
Jello Ice
Cream Powder, two for 25c
Three cans No. 2 size Premier
Peas for $1.00
Three cans No. 2 size Premier
Corn for ; 85c
Reddick Peanut Butter lb.;. 30c
Four-lb. Buckets ... . . .$13
Eight-lb. Buckets ;. .$2.30

A-ree for 25c

ulk and in three

aiouckets.
- 3.

Bm in pieces, 2 to
i 37c
.wir lb........24c

Bsl.. ...23c

Ul per lb 15c

Ma Coffee lb... 42c

Hi............ 95c

Kike... .$1.90
Klk.. ...$3.50

MeE6 lbs..... 25c

Saga.

Rwavs on hand.

Ooiuarantted.
h.
nriour.

Pa Gold Medal

Fhrt

Nt pints, quarts,

twolm bulk.

A BIRTHDAY PARTY

AH other Groceries a? LovQnalily
and Foil Weigh! wi

FARMERS' EXCHASTORE
Merchants B

r ...

Tire Prices liced
DIAMOND Non-Skid, 30x17 A A
old price $20 00, now J I .UU
DIAMOND Plain, 30x3, jc AA
old price $17.60, now.i9.UU
J 6,000 Mile Guars U
FFDERAL, FISK AND DIAECES
Our Repair Department in c; all-round
mechanics. Expert Generator liator man.
DIXIE -IGADS'E-'..:
JAS. ENGESSER, Prr
Phone 258 1 V Vtoadway

In commemoration of Leonora's

seventh birthday, her mother, Mrs.

George L. Taylor, invited thirty-six
little girls to meet with her last Sat Saturday
urday Saturday afternoon, to assist in celebrat

ing the day, which will always be a

memorable one not only to the young

honoree but to every one of the

cuests. All sorts of merry games

were played, the first part of the aft

ernoon. Assisting Mrs. Taylor in en

tertaining the young folks were Miss

Claudia O'Neal and Mrs. J. P. Gallo

way. :

At- the conclusion of the games

Mrs. Taylor had all the girls march

by twos into the dining room, for re

freshments of amuicsia, cake and

candy. The decorations were of the

Christmas eclor mctif. The center

of the dining rcom table was orna
mented with a beautifully iced birth

day cake which bore th einitial "L."

and Kt ven lighted candles which the

little tots took much delight in blow

ing out. Adoiablfc cupid dolls marked
places at the table for each guest and

after refreshments the cutting of the
cake took place, which proved most

interesting for each little girl.

The following were the more for

tunate ones in cutting as they receiv

erl the luckv contents of the cake:

Dorothy V.alkley cut the ring,, Au

dfey Ilillman the thimble and Miss

Alice bullock, one of the invited

grown-ups, cut the dime.

Jnst lefore denartimr time Mrs.

Taylor invited the guests into the liv

nig room, where Leonora very happily

snpiit tha manv nretty and useful

presents that her friends had remem

Kprrl hpr with, after which all de

ported, expressing themselves as hav

ing had the best time of their lives.

'C0ULDNT WAIT FOR MARTIN

Negro Preacher Had Premonition That

Unpleasantness Might Follow
His Appearance.
A negro preacher lost his way one

night and sought shelter. He was
.told that the only place available was

m haunted house down the road. The

preacher had his Bible with him; he
Iwent to the haunted house, built a fire
In the big room and sat down to read

ithe good bck. Suddenly a smau
jblack cat brushed past him.

"Isnt It nice," thought tne om man.

fthat there Is life to keep me com

pany here In this gloomy place?"
. The cat walked over to the fireplace.

iate a live coal and spat out the sparks.

The old man opened the Bible ana

began to read aloud. Before he could

fed further another cat entered the
. -f a

room, a cat aDout as Dig as a cwuic,

'and this cat walked over to tne lire lire-place
place lire-place and ate two live coals and spat
put the sparks.
"When are we gwlne to begin?"
said the little cat
"We can't do nothing till Martin
comes." replied the big cat.
:- Again the old preacher sought con consolation
solation consolation In the Bible, but a third cat
entered the room. This one was about
as big as a pony, and it ate three live
coals and spat out the sparks.
"When are we g'wlne to beglnT"
said the little cat, and this time the
biggest one answered:
"We can't do nothing till Martin

rnmps.'

The old man lumped up, pnt his Bi

ble in his back pocket and ran tor me

door. But before he went out ne sam
tn th hleeest cat: "When Martin

comes, you tell him I was here, but I
.nnM nn romnin" Journal of the

American Medical Association.

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MIS FULTON'S ADDRESS

OUN

CIVIL ENGINEERS AND SIRS
Licensed Older the laws of the JFlorida'
Surveys Plals rts
Highways I Drainage losphalc
Cap4 Edward Drake is d
with -us and in charge of
- phati Mine and Plant Dej.
Offices. 33-34 Hilder Bldg. one No. 543
OCALA, FLORID

A large audience greeted Miss Lil Lillian
lian Lillian Fulton at the Baptist church last

evening and she aDiy sustamea ner

reputation as an earnest and forceful

speaker. Her. subject, "Tomorrow s
Obligations," resolved itself into an
appeal for child welfare and Christian
citizenshio. She drew a beautiful pic

ture of an ideal home and claimed
that home was the foundation of the

state, and as the home is so win tne
state be. She spoke feelingly of a

former visit to Ocala and the kind

reception she received from the peo people
ple people at that time, and of the wonderful

ictories accomplished since then, but

she urged her audience to oisamise

their minds of the idea that their

work was now done, claiming that sci

entific instruction inaugurated in the
public schools by the W. C. T. U. had

much to do with our recent victories,
nd" that the same course must still

Ac) te carried out or eventually we will
3. I i l. il.. oolnnn anA fill it.lt

debasing influences.

WC .iti7

htr of ladies gave their names ior

WAGON LOADS OF NEED LIKE THIS IN POLAND are a cemraooplaca

tight on hundreds of roads In Europe. More than 1,308,000 Polish cMlirea
received free American meals every day during the height of last winter. Tala
winter the situation will undoubtedly be worse, as it will be In Austria aad
ther portions left economically dazed by war. To prevent the greatest tragedy

to children that the worm has ever known eight great American organizations,

food and medical assistance.

Colo

Leader ol the "Batalion of Death"

SYSTEM IN REGULAR SAVING

Money Should Be Made Easy to De
posit and Then Comparatively
Hard to Withdraw.

Th"nnlv way for a man regularly

to save money, unless he be one of
those Individuals possessed of an ex ex-!
! ex-! tronrriinnrilv unrelenting character,"

according to Samuel Crowther, writing

in SratPm. the Maeazlne of Business,

"is for the money to be passed Into the

eflvinirs account before It reaches nun

that Is, to put him in the position.

once he has made his resolution, or
havine to make another resolution to

quit saving In order to stop the process.

"Finally, taae me convenience
withdrawal. A mar will rightly, hesi hesitate
tate hesitate about going Into any system of
saving which locks up his funds for
any long period of time. The average
worker has no ereat margin between

Income and outgo andhe has to be pre prepared
pared prepared for a rainy day -for a tilrth. for
a death, for a long Illness, pe cannot
afford to put a measurable part of his
funds out of reach. If his money Is to
go from him for a long time he very
naturally will not deed away anything
like so much as he would if the money
were always available. On the other
hand any system of saving in which
nrithrintCTAi! mav be easily and secret

in made la faulty. The funds should

36

I nvnUnhlA nnon short notice, there

W memuersmp in vv . iv,4i

( c-vpral e-entlemen gave liberally to- snouia De a peuangr m
. several gentlemen gave y large en0XJgQ

& warcre mauw m . wlthdrawals for frivolous pur

poses and yet not so large as to work
anything which savors of Injustice on

man who honestly needs tne money.

I wards the cause and enrolled them-

lS I selves as nonorary memwia.

OFFICERS FOR OCALA CHAPTER

Ocala, Fla., Dec. 24, 1920.

The newly elected officers for

No. 13 for 1921 are as

1

TrlAfiFE!

H. S. Wesson, High Priest.

J. R. Dey, King.
J. Needham, Scribe.
B. L. Adams, Secretary.

B. Goldman, Treasurer.

B. L. ADAMS,
Acting Secretary.

First
Methodist
Church
Wednesday
Evening,
January 5th,
at Eight O'clock
; Subfect:
"The World's War
and The Fields of
France."

Admission

17" .n
111

FREE! I

C. V. ROBERTS. Phone 305

BARNEY SPENCER, Phpne 431

Office Phone 350

SOME PRICE

FROffSTQAGE

:

Kingan'a Nut-Oleo, SPECIAL

PRICE to Irtroduce. 30c. per pound.

Look -Tall tins Pink Salmon, 16 :

Tall Chum Salmon, 13c. per tin. U-

SERVK STORES.

Reform Va. Prevention.

A Loa Aneeles woman, who has de

moted much time and effort to an ln-

utitntlnn that aids unfortunate girls.

I wferrine to the difficulties she encoun

tered in gaining sympathy ana support

.taimTlM th O T 1 not 8MO

tacular. writes in the Los Angeles ANNUAL MEETING

flmeai

"lun't it aueer that people always

take bo much more Interest in reform

ing than to preventing? Should the
time ever come when I aeed help, I

shall go out and rob a bank, or some-

thlne- like that. Then I snail oe carea

for. and good charitable people will

hrlns me flowers and things.

There Is much truth in tms, tne

Times, adds. We pet and coddle the

sinner, but we, fall to aid those who

are tempted.

ROBERTS & SPENCER
Funeral Directors and Embalmers

Private Morgue and Chapel. Personal Service to alL

Motor Equipment. Coffins and Caskets Deliverer

Ocala, Florida

217 West Broadway

OF STOCKHOLDERS

n, .Tnii mdotinf of the stock-

tliiv. -7 -
f tha rVimmprnai BanK OI

nuiueia vijl, vuv.
Ocala will be held at the office of said

bank in Ocala, Florida; on ine aalu
j r Tominr I92t. at 3 n. m. for

aIoMitigp a beard of

Lilt? JU 7jbz v. ; 1
directors for the ensuing year, and

tr,Tisjwtion of such business as may

regularly come before said meeting.

V5a Pident and Cashier.

n.ola Fi Dee. 20. 1920. 4t-mon

WHITE

Negotiable Storage Beceipta Iasied on Cottomobilea, Etc

LONG 1NCE MOVING

I

MOVE, PACK, SHIP
LIVE STOCK,
PIANOS, BAGGAGE,
MACHINERY,
FURNITURE, ETC.

Pliic 296

Treat For Temqle

Theatre Patrons

Flxlna the Distribution.

Tt was. the custom In old Virginia

m ifcK-i on mlA occasions to

iur uciuuviD v o

FARM FOR SALE

Farm

of 160 acres of good new

nd in trays of good things to eachj -1TUi containing the rich Scott

nthpr. On one occasion my brother. I . k situated two miles

Waverly. the youngest of f' from Qcala on hard road, improved

children. In the family, -was auuu 'fis.- and all out buildings.

around playing, when the ..ferram Address. C.

UJ wuu- -

i

TIE WIND

JACKSONVILLE, CiaORID

In the hean of the city with Hemming Park j front yard.

Every modern convenience in each room,
second to none i

- 4

Dinwim aervke is

ROBERT M.i MEYER,
Manager.

J. E. JLANAUGH

Proprietor.

Advertise and gettesults

Ann Fanlkner. nine years old. the

l.hv 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 nrst
picture show, at 8:45 o'clock. She has

danced before a great many large au audiences
diences audiences 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

ish dance, a Russian dance, an Orient Oriental
al Oriental dance, a jazz and other fancy

dances. An orchestra will play the
entire evening. Price of admission,

including war tax, will be 75 cents
downstairs and 50 cents upstairs. 313t

Fresh vegetables at W. A. Stroud's.

hrnn pht In a

nthnr dAllracles. He had heard

the expression -Children should be
o, nnf hPflroV so In a droll way he

i vio mnttier Innklnz at the

ohnrtron vchn were chattering merrily.

nA that talks the morest shall have

. ,ni ho that talks the

uv iimww
mnnort Rhiill have the morest. t.x

change.

-Here's a

His Idea.

technical engineer writes

I P. Howell, Box 188, Ocala, Fla. 31-S0t

STRAYED HOGS TAKEN UP
I have taken up about thirty head

fields. Owner may re-

Lr,v. anma hv naviii? damages, feed

and advertising charges.

27-4t-mon John A. Manly,

Route A, Ocala, Fla.

. iirir-

mr?

4 4

1?' JsW1
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doaaal carry f

lOMo HTcrnoc-TAsrno!! vssmmz

ALEXAN

lcs."
-What of itr

Auto Repairing

A?tr watchine my wife make up

her face I think I could write some

thing good on the mecnanics oi
beauty."
Advice.
Movie Actress I fear I shall have
to take a vacation. My arms are al always
ways always so tired.
rHrertnr Ther wouldn't be II yon

wouldn't wear se many diamond rings.

PRACTICAL CARPENTER AND

BUILD rat

Carelul estimates made on all con

tract work. Gives more and hewer
work fiT the money than any other

contractor in the city. -:

EFFICIENT WORKMEN,

PROMPT SERVICE
REASONABLE CHARGES

I

wWo mnr old mirrors re-silvered.

We do it promptly and at reasonable

: ail wnrlc raaranteed. ucaoa

Mirror Plating Works, Walter Yonge,
proprietor. Phone 504. 17-tf

Wo Mnsir all makes of cars and

pecialize on Maxwell, Chalmers and
Oakland autos. , f
GEO. J. WILUAfilS

Formerly Carroll Motor Company
-Garage, Osceola' St.

Fresh vegetables at W. A. Stroud.



OCALA EVENING STAR, MONDAY, JANUARY 3, 1921

M OHBEIICES

r

County officers go out tonight, and

their successors come in tomorrow.

!?d WILL THAT ALARMED WORLD

Fresh vegetables at W. A. Stroud's.

If yon have any
phone to five-one.

society items,

Mr. J. M. Thomas has returned

from a week's vacation, pleasantly I

wr J. II Hobbs is a visitor in the I spent minting ana nsnmg in Uulll

itv t the home of his dauehter. rMs. Hammock and on the coast.

E. G. Peek.

Misses Cora Mae and Ethel Fair

119 Maxwell truck. Al shape: reas-1 Pillans have returned home from a

enable and terms if desired. Spencer-1 visit at Fellowship with their grand-

Fedrklt Motor Co.

29-tf parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Smith.

K Mr. Ernest Gurney, a clever and ca capable
pable capable caterer, is now chief assistant

in Hunter's Cafe.

When you buy fish from us they are

Iressed ready for cooking. Oysters

and shrimp. City FISH Market, No.

No. 3 Ft. King Ave., phone 158. 27-tf

Abruzzi seed rye, 4 per bushel. big Duroc Jersey of

Bust prooi seea oais. yer """C1 I Willis and Ramey, at Evinston. takes

Ocala Seed Store.

22-tf

Mr. Albert O. Harriss' friends are

t lad to see him out again after a sev several
eral several weeks' illness.

place tomorrow. A number of Ocal-

sns interested in hog raising will be

in attendance.

Federal Bread is the kind to ask

tur u jrwu wv -"-" e I spend a

will furnish it. zi-oi

Mr. and Mrs. Jack Camp and sons.

Jack, Jr., and Henry, left yesterday

for Jacksonville, where they will

few days, after which the

two latter ones will return to school.

Mr. E. O. Cordrey of Lynne, and
"his sons, Messrs. W. H. and Percy

Cordrey, were in the city Friday.
"

Dont fail to visit the Guarantee
Clothing & Shoe Company. Every

thine we sell is guaranteed. We're

fighting for QUALITY not prices, tf
' Miss Isabelle -Davis, left last Friday

for Bradentown for a few days' visit

before returning to her school duties

, at Sutherland College.

Misses Lucille Gissendaner, Anna

belle Wesson, Marguerite Edwards,

Eva Theus and Cevie Roberts return

ed last night to resume their studies

at the Woman's College, Tallahassee.

Dr. and Mrs. L. H. Van Engelken

returned Saturday from Palatka,
! t

vnere tney spent several days very

pleasantly as the guests of their, son,

Mr. Fred J. Van Engelken, at his

beautiful place in East Palatka.

Eccentric Frenchman Planned to
Build Up Large Estate But in
the End Signally Failed.
Mingled wonder. Indignation and
alarm were excited In the public mind
over a will left by Peter Tbelusson. a
Frenchman, who died on July 21. 17U7.
It appears that the testator had accu accumulated
mulated accumulated a large fortune as a London
merchant, and by the provisions of h's
will he left to his wife and children
the sum of 100.000. and the residu?
of his property. amounting 1o
all out 000.000. he committed to

trustees, to accumulate during the
lives of his sons, and finally to revert
to his eldest great-grandson. Should
no heir exist, the accumulated Qrop Qrop-erty
erty Qrop-erty was to be conveyed to the sink sinking"
ing" sinking" fund for the reduction of the na national
tional national debt. According to the lowest
calculation it was estimated' that the

fortune would amount to ly,00O,iuo.
The will' was generally stigmatized as
absurd and Illegal, and the family test tested
ed tested it In court, where It was sustained,
as it was likewise In the house of lords.
In 1800 an act was passed making null
all bequests for the purpose of ac accumulation
cumulation accumulation for longer than twenty
years after the testator's death. The
last grandson died in 1856, and a dis dispute
pute dispute arose as to whether the eldest
son's grandson should inherit or the
eldest great-grandson. It was decided
in favor of the former. By reason of
litigation and accidents of management
the fortune inherited was little more
than the original 000,000.

66 pairs Lunn & Sweet's Goodyear i

welt Oxfords, black and brown, former

price $10, now $8. Little's Shoe Par

lor. 28-tf

The always genial Pat Murphy

ceased thru Ocala last week on his

way to Tallahassee, to' attend the in

auguration of Gov. Hardee.

Salt and fresh water fish, oysters,
hrimD. etc.. at City FISH Market,

t Ft Kin Ave phone 158. 27-tf

Miss Nettie Camp left this after afternoon
noon afternoon for Savannah, where she will
visit at the home of her- aunt. Mrs.

G. F. Armstrong, for several weeks.

90 pairs of Utz &, Dunn's lace boots

for ladies, former price $11 to $14,1

now $9. This includes Dr. Edison's

cushioned soles and Easall arch-

protecting shoes. Little's Shoe Par-

or. v 2S-U

miss cernice smitn returned yes

terday to Red Springs, N. C, where
she attends school, after a pleasant

vacation spent in this city with rela

tives and at Fellowship with her pa-1

rents.

Provea.
Edward Charles was a logical sort
of person. Incidentally, he was la
love. But love wasnt Strang enough
to swamp his logic.
Thus It was that Eve Maude, his
adored one, received the fbBewi&f
strange love letter:
"Eve Maude. I love you.
"To prove you love me:
First I love you.
-Second All the world lore
lover.
"Third But I am a lover.

"Fourth Therefore, the world
lores me.
"Fifth You are an the world to
toe.

"Sixth Therefore, you lore me."
London Answers. v

Never-Ending Argument.
The minister had given ft special

address to his parishioners on the
subject of domestic felicity, which had

roused culte a lot of Interest.

a diiv or so after the lecture, he

met Sandy McPberson, who stopped

to express the pleasure and benefit he

had derived from the discourse.

Tm glad you liked It, Sandy," aald
the minister. "And you are you

happy at home?"

"Dod ayer replied Sandy. T!he
wife an me's had ony the yln Quar

rel since we wis wed!"

"Indeed r The minister showed his

Dleas'ure at this good report.

"Of coorse." went on Sandy,

"whiles It's been lntemrpted." -Lon

don Answers.

' Sculpture by Wholesale.

. Many of the marble statuettes sold

In art stores are cast not carved. The
mold used consists of two parts an
outer casting of plaster of parts and
an inner mold of rubber. The solution

poured Into the mold Is composed
chiefly of marble dust mere waste.

After the mold has been removed the
statue Is scraped and polished, and the

result Is a finished work of art.

OUR CHIEF AIM
Ha3 always been to do the very best
repair work possible. If you're in

' They're Not Afraid.

"Do you have mueh trouble with the

servant?"

"I would If I dared te speak my

mind. But when she annoys me
walk away and say nothing."
"You don't correct her?"

"No. She'd leave. If I did, Tn

children are the only ones tft; out

house who have nerve enough totali

back .to her. .

Mrs. E. L. Mahoney of Jacksonville ned expert

66 pairs of Oxfords, former price
.$3.00, now $0.50, just to close out this

is in the city, keeping house for Mr.

and Mrs. C. W. Hunter during their

absence in Tallahassee. This is Mrs.

Mahoney's first visit to Ocala for

some years and her friends are glad

line. Little's Shoe Parlor.

28-tf 1 1 see her again.

28-tf

Dr. D. M. Smith expects his eldest! 36 pairs men's work shoes, Goodyear
... m I la, Jf mm r r a I

Son. tkI. Dan Morgan Smith, here I iormer price i.ou, now o.ou.

this week for a visit. Col. Smith sent Little's bhoe Parlor.

his ear on ahead one dav last week.

Mrs. M. C. Barker and daughter,
Jelen, of Moundsville, West Virginia,

have arrived in the city for a visit

with Mrs. E. G. Peek. The Misses

i

Lolly's, who accompanied Mrs. Barker

and daughter to Ocala have gone far!

visit down the east coast, but will

rtturn to the city for a visit with Mrs.

eek before proceeding to their home.

VULCANIZING
Make it your chief aim to come to see
us. Our work is guaranteed.
BIALOCK BROS.
PHONE 78

Corner Main and Oklawaha

Dr. Charles Watson Moremen,
Dental Surgeon m
Commercial Bank Building, Ocala,
Fla. Office phone 211; residence
phone 298. 7-tf

Mr. and Mrs. Nathan' Mayo, Mr. and
Mrs. C. W. Hunter and Miss Mamie
Taylor left Sunday in Mr. Mayo's car
for Tallahassee, to attend the inauguration.

Dont fail to visit the Guarantee
Nothing & Shoe Company. Every Every-hing
hing Every-hing we sell is guaranteed. We're
.ghting for QUALITY not prices, tf
J. W. Davis. Jr., Robert Blowers
and Jack Home left for Columbia
Unitary Academy this afternoon, aft after
er after spending the holidays at home with
their parents.

Fresh milk 20 cents a quart; 10
cents a pint. Farmers Exchange
Store. tf

A hint to our cowboy policeman:
Sis Cow invades our city too often.
The souvenirs she leaves on the side sidewalks
walks sidewalks are inconvenient to people go going
ing going home late in the evening.
110 pairs of good, all leather work
shoes for men. Former price $3, now

$2.50. Little's Shoe Parlor. 28-tf

Mrs. W. S. Congleton and little

daughter, Louise, of Jacksonville,

have returned to their home after a

pleasant visit in the city, guests at
the home .of Mrs. Congleton's sister,

Mrs. J. W. Dayis.

. 4 Ford hunting wagon. Reasonable.

terms

Motor Co.

30-tf

i

Mr. Norman Home returned to
Georgia Tech yesterday afternoon aft

er spending the Christmas holidays at
home with his mother and sisters,
Mrs. Maud Home and Misses Ethel,

Elizabeth and Lucille

35 pair men's dress shoes, former

price $9.50. now $8. Little's Shoe
Parlor. 28-tf

Dont fail to visit the Guarantee

Clothing & Shoe Company. Every

thing we sell is guaranteed. We're

fighting for QUALITY not prices, tf

. :

Mr. Batts has received a telegram

from his son. George, now in the gov

ernment hospital 'in Greenville, S. C,

announcing his rapid improvement.
George had a severe illness while in
training camp in 1917-18. but was

supposed to have entirely recovered,
and went with the army to France. A

few weeks ago, he had symptoms of

the old trouble and was at once or

dered by the physicians to Greenville.

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

Americans. tf

minmiimmrmnn

Temple Theatre
Tonight
7:60 P. M. All-Star Cast In
"SAPHEAD and TWo-Rccl
Comedy.
8:45 BALLET DANCE
by Ann Fanlkner.
9:15 Second show of Feat Feat-Pidure
Pidure Feat-Pidure rSAPHEAD,
Orchestra Music during
entire performance.
e
Admission: Upstairs 50c
'Downstairs 75c.

riii)iiinttiiiMi;nii!imB

Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Burnett and"!

some members of their family narrow

ly escaped death yesterday. They
were in their car, driving out Orange
avenue, and when they were on the A.

C. L. crossing the car stuck. Just
then along came a passenger train,

and the engineer, with seven heavy
cars behind his engine, had no space

to stop. The Burnetts managed toj
get out of the car, which was knocked j

aside by the engine, with no loss but

a hind wheel. Nobody was hurt but

there were several bad scares.

tnminmnmmnnma

Geo. MacKay 8 Co.
Funeral Directors
and Embalmers
Licensed Embalmers
Motor Funeral Cars
Private Morgue and Chapel
Day Phone 47
Night Phone 515
G. B. Overton, Manager

LIFE

FIRE

ROYAL ARCH MASONS

Regular conventions of the Ocala
Chapter No. 13. R. A. M., on the fourth

Friday in every month at 8 p. m.
H. S. Wesson, IL P.
Jake Brown, Secretary.
ODD FELLOWS

A. E. GERIG
INSURANCE
. Ocala, Florida
ACCIDENT AUTOMOBILE

Mrs. Lou Young of Greenville, S. C,
is visiting at the home of her niece,
Mrs. J. K. Dickson, for. a few days,
after which she will leave for Braden Bradentown,
town, Bradentown, where she will spend the re remainder
mainder remainder of the winter.

Tulula Lodge No. 22. IO. O.
meets every Tuesday evening at the
Odd Fellows hall at the corner of
Fort King Ave. and Osceola street. A
warm welcome always extended to
visiting brothers.
J. D. McCaskill, N. G.
H. R. Luff man. Secretary.

Millipr a
New weft
One of the g
aires said to l"A
dollars, Doetod rum rumbling,
bling, rumbling, for a
the eiek man J""1
All his weal make ; him
bappv or contV
" w?

ry depends r r-health
health r-health where" e0D

After all tlwV
part in eve Withnt

bealthy stomal63111? wur

blood is tiliJ rv OUT
heart actio dTer dtf
do its duty, niserabfe

nnhanny. P J

th house instrengtleains
she system a f3
Dr. Pierce' Hotel and
Surgkal In1310- YV
years ago unwee aal tfieix
prevention, vered
roots and hwcre Bature
remedies, an Pue

up U a fonhe eaaly pro procured
cured procured at tF (Ut4
tablets). Tb P-
Golden MedT. This fcia fcia-eovery
eovery fcia-eovery givtimulatioa be be-ause
ause be-ause it conpol or any nar nar-DtK
DtK nar-DtK It h d the
eimaation et ?
as are requLood- It gites
to the bloodnient the tis

sues require Mty

has mjoyaence 91
AjaaricaapWWl r

UHCLASSIFIED
ADVERTISETaEUTS

WANTED, LOST, FOL.ND, iuu

SALE. FOR RENT AND SIM SIMILAR
ILAR SIMILAR LOCAL NEEDS
Rates: Six lines, maximum, one time,
25c; three times, 50c; six times, 75c;
one month, $3. Payable in advance.

it

the

LOST Saturday night on square a
lady's black silk moiree vanity bag.
Reward to finder by returning to

Miss Agnes Burford, Ocala.--3-3t.

WOOD Oak and pine, cut to any

" length; delivered on short notice.
Phone Mrs. E. L. Howell. Oak,
'Fla. v 20-tf
FOR SALE About 30 tons well rot rotted
ted rotted stable manure, $7.50 per ton.
John R. Rogers, 120 South Majrno Majrno-li
li Majrno-li tpt. Ocala. Fla. 23-Ct

IHERO-COLA WOODY ARD 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

I BOARD AND ROOMS In private

family. Hot and cold running water
in rooms. Call at No. 22 North San- 4
chez St. Mrs. F. W. Broderick.
phone 306. '29-tf

WANTED Orders for sweet Jersey

milk delivered in Ocala; 10 cent3 per
pint. Address Mrs. Louis Fred Fred-eritzi.
eritzi. Fred-eritzi. After 7 p. m. phone 444G. 6t

jrfouse.
In 1911 tlris bought the
old residen.archWsl,ops of
c. m t Paul Quarter

WANTED Position as bookkeeper

by elderly man. Can use typewriter.
C. B. Grimbly, 310 Main street
Phone 260. 29-3t

with no parght as to what 1 WANTED Man to share crop on

farm five miles north of Ocala on
Dixie highway. W. V. Chappell,
Ocala. Fla., Route B. 28-Ct

FISH HAS TWO UGLY WEAPONS

Giant Ray Said to Use Mouth Like a

Shark and le Provided Witt,
Dangerous TalL

A so-called devilfish that is com

mon on American coasts from 80 de

grees north latitude to about the same

degrees south of the line, is the giant

ray. This nsn iooks very iiae a

but grows to an enormous size. It-lies

on the sea bottom, covering square
yards of coral sand, and if attacked
may prove not only nasty, bat most
dangerous. It Is said te use lts month

like a shark, but Its most unpleasant
weapon Is the toothed spear In sts tail.

Fishermen say it Is able to drive this
jagged lance threugh a man's thigh.
Such a wound Is extremely dangerous

and almost invariably proves f ataL In

the southern part of the Gulf of. Mex Mexico
ico Mexico specimens of the giant ray shave

been killed no to 18 feet across, ane

ray has two horns, one on each side
of its eyes, the latter being green,
hideous and cruel beyond expression.
A curious habit of this fish le to break

water like a whale, falling with

thunderous splash that Is heard for a

long distance.
T I
Boy and a 8ermofV

The way of a boy with a sermonejs

thus:

Composes himself 'with a deep sight

listens attentively for threw minutes;

In unimpeachable form. Cautiously
reaches hymn book from 'rack ; drops
it; recovers it; reads hymns for Ave
minutes. Explores trousers pocket

and examines with deep interest one
magnet, two nails, three pencil stubs

and several bits of unclassified junk.
Drops something and hunts under seat

until discovered. Sighs heavily; In Inspects
spects Inspects all the stained glass windows
and the overhead architecture and dec decorations.
orations. decorations. Puts eole ef left foot against

back of pew In front, at level of knee,
and Is highly "surprised when foot
drops noisily. Hepeais same exercise

with right foot with the same resuii

sits still and gratefully sucks pepper

mint offered by merciful aunt. Sighs

heavily. Experiments to see what will

happen If he presses on his Adam

EDDle while head is -extended forward

strange choking sound ensues, imme immediately
diately immediately suppressed y domestic author authorities,
ities, authorities, Life.

use would v "I";;
has now gf ot concerting

It Into a Sj' atc IUU -The
buildlnt between 1474
a iio mmonly rich In

t It for
ronnMted Tin andjme

riTan
century. 1
i- Rich.

r.T.mt.ni wealthiest coun

try in the iroportion to pop-

ulation. witiea o:-
ing second ipe

No ppll It Then.
At the be Missouri river,
one mile westloned a man,
xrhn, rnnl ad heard nothing

about Slttlnt then asked him
whether it that, they drank
the MlssouK-ater. which was

rolling by ulal wave oi sau
-No.M he f can't do that, but
we often be Piece and suck
it like moUdj." Fred Coper

land In the Companion.

r.aiar tflenomlnatlons.

The treasirtment at Wab-

ington Is n.in on, P P-tton
tton P-tton to marf various denonl denonl-nations
nations denonl-nations witndardlsed colojed

seal, so thne can recogM
iiHenomlnatlons at a

glance. Thflggested by a Phil Philadelphia
adelphia Philadelphia dils to havea
ored seal itfner of the blll,ior.
Instance, a A1 for a cne r
seal for a le seal for a ire,
and so onury oOrials, low low-ever,
ever, low-ever, dlsllkf a of using dlltffent
dyes.' "

FOR SALE Two Ford touring cars,

1917 and 1918 models. Both in Al
condition. C. A. Holloway, 715
Lime St, Ocala, phone 378. 30-6t

OR SALE Have one good work

mare for sale. Will sell 'cheap.
27-tf W- D. Cam.
FOR SALE 1500 budded orange
trees, Pineapple end Parson Brown,

one year old budded on five year old
our roots; from 3 to 5 ft. high.
Price, COc and 75c. Write me or
see me at II. B. Masters Co. LE.
Cordrey, Ocala, Fla.. 15-lm
STRAYED OR STOLEN From Dr.

E. D. Pette's place near bnarps
ferry rad, female airedale dog. An Answers
swers Answers to name of "Troxy." Informa Information
tion Information will be appreciated by Mrs.
Harriet Turner, at Farmers Ex Exchange
change Exchange Store. 30-6t
FOR SALE 1919 7-passenger Buick
nnrinff cart 90-day mechanical

guarantee. Spencer-redncK
Company.

Motor
30-tf

WOOD Giles Wood Yard. Season-,
id oak or pine wood, for either stove
jr fireplace; $1 and $2 per load. Yard

corner South Main and Third streets.

hone 112. 15-lm

WOODSf THE WOBO

Fort Kinp ri. 14 mees at

Kof P. ha.30 p m- every sec

ond and foridrVisitrngsov

eigns are i wUcome. j
tJ.CBray.ca
Chas. K. Clek.

!ABBAGE PLANTS-Protected from
frost, by overhead irrigation. Char Charleston
leston Charleston Wakefield, Early Summer.
Lupton's best Long Island seed,
$LS0 per thousand; special price in

large quantities. J. K. uavis r arras,
Bartow, Fla.
) RANGES AND GRAPEFRUIT A
nice lot of oranges and grapefruit; -fifty
or more oranges one cent each;
grapefruit fifty, or more two cents
each. Will pack box for, $2.50. Leave

. orders at Ocala Seed Store or calL ;
WJ D. Carnphone 191. 27-tf.

MARION-I MASONIC L4DGE IFOR SALE Six room

vrrt.;rww! No! 19. F, & A.

us moot ihe nrsf ana

-Thursday eta r each menn ai

70 o'clock ftitnc
i A. f. Lucas, W. M.
Jake Br-ecitary. I

RAILHD WttS

house with-'

large lot or South Orange street.
(The Gamble place). Apply to Jer Jer-rv
rv Jer-rv Burnett's tailor shop or phone

316.

29-tf

:C. Cecil Bryant:

Accoanfing and Aodiliog
i PHONE 332

He Had the. General Ides,
Bousy Johnson, had never attained
to any ""book larnin'." but managed
to absorb considerable of tbe general
Idea during one winter when the dis district
trict district school teachers hoarded with him
During the winter the teacher often
corrected the Johnson children In their
grammar, and Bousy was proud of
bis offsprings' education.
After the -teacher left Ronsy elected
to keep up the good; work. At the sup supper
per supper table one evening he asked Ted,

the nlne-year-eld hoy. a ojuestlon. and
mIvw1 K annt!' "Uh-bXlh."'

Bousy Judged this- was a crammatical

error. "What do yon: mean by an

swering me that-si way" he demand demanded.
ed. demanded. "Ch-huh ain't noj'word. If 5ron
mean yep. say yepWsnd don't riint

like a pigr

Arrival P7sWtT
trains at OA NION ST1T1UW.

The foil auie YfrJLTZ
lished as knam and not guar guaranteed.
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(EasiSOdard Time)

FARM WANTED Would like to

hear from owner that has farm for
sale in Marion county. Give loca-
t;nn Hoerontion and price in first

letter.: Address, "Farmer."
Ocala Evening Star- 3-18t.

care

FOR SALE Lumber irom me oa

Baum restaurant. -Apply to Lzj
and Thompson, Abstract building
3-3t.

SEABOAEiBEJNE KA1LEOAD WANJEDAt once, first class help.

f15 am

' :17 pm

i l Arrive

e-NTork 2:10 am

1:34 am

4:15 pm

2:15 am

:15 am

2:15 am

4:05 is

L:10ara
4:17 pm

inville

fanville

apa-atee-

iuersburg
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305 pm Imp PetrsbTg 4:17 pm

ATLANICIST UNE R. B.

2pm JwUle-NTork f:J8aa
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aam jrGne,rrill 10:U nm

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10:13pm sburg '6.43 am
4:45 pm ? mil? 11:50 am
Monday, mesday, Friday.
TaescATrsdar. Saturday.

Good position for right parties. Co

lonial Hotel, 3-3t.
FREE Garden plot and part of
house, to married couple with auto.
References exchanged. For partica-

Lirs call at Maxine. Main street.

Your holiday is not complete with-
M f nnr savory cinnamon

bims. Federal Bakery.

21-et

Start the. New Y'ear

right. If your eyes trou trou-v2S?'ble
v2S?'ble trou-v2S?'ble you, have them ex-

ec ammed. aase wus
we resolution for 1921.
- DR. K. J- WEIHE,
Optometrist end Optician
. Ejesight Specialist -A



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