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OGAU, FLORIDA, SATURDAY, JANUARY 8. 1921
COAL HQ ROBBED
Asked-for Investigation, However,
Will Not Recover the Gov Government
ernment Government Anything
Washington, Jan. 8. Evidence as
to the prices charged tie government
for coal last year submitted to the de department
partment department of' justice by the Senate
committee on reconstructi&n appears
to warrant an investigation. Acting
Attorney General Nebsker announced
HOWARD MUST EXPLAIN
J. R.'' Howard, president of the Am American
erican American Farm Bureau Federation, has
been summoned to appear before the
House war investigating committee to
explain the charge by ..him that the
110,000,000 appropriation for develop development
ment development of the Muscle v Shoals nitrate
plant was defeated in the House
through the influence of large cor corporations
porations corporations 'who have a selfish interest
in maintaining fertilizer costs."
ALLEN TREASURER OF AMERICA
Washington, Jan. 8. Guy F. Allen,
of Maryland, was nominated today by
President Wilson to be treasurer of
the United States. Mr. Allen, who
has Jbeen assistant treasurer, succeeds
John Burke, whose resignation was
accepted yesterday by the president.
SHOOK EM UP SOMEWHERE
Ainoderate earthquake was record recorded?
ed? recorded? beginning at 1 :40' o'clock' this
morning, on the Georgetown Univer University'
sity' University' seismograph. Father Tondorff,
.the observatory director, said the indi indi-cifted"rdlstance'Was
cifted"rdlstance'Was indi-cifted"rdlstance'Was 2400 miles "from
wVshlmgton; and the scene of the dis dis-tufbaifte
tufbaifte dis-tufbaifte might be within continental
- United State9. ; I ;
GAS 1 MASKS SHOULD NOT BE
;'-: .USED IN MINES
(Implicit, faith in an instrument that
saved the lives of thousands of Amer American
ican American soldiers in France is daiiy endan endan-gertngthe
gertngthe endan-gertngthe lives of scores of men in
industrial life in the United States,
DrJf. ,G. Cottrell, director of the
bureau, of, mines said oday, in an an-ojjjeJSrwarning
ojjjeJSrwarning an-ojjjeJSrwarning against the use of army
masks in mine explosions and mine
fijigs. Despite repeated warnings
front the department, miners and per persons
sons persons engaged in mine rescue work
persist in using army gas masks, Dr.
Cottrell said, although the devices are
of practically no use in the average
mine- disaster. The army, mask af
fords absolutely no protection against
caibon monoxide gas, which is most
prevalent in mine fires and factory
disasters, Dr. Cottrell said.
v Messrs.- Ray and Thomson have
about-completed the building of their
second. California bungalow, east of
Dr. Moremen's attractive home on
East Fort King, which has been the
KiDjeci or mucn iavorabie comment.
' The second bungalow is designed
after one of the most popular Cali-
.ferna bungalows and is second to none
h, attractiveness and comfort. There
is every convenience to lighten the
task of the housekeeper. It has a large
cellar beneath the rear portion, a
convenience not usually found in this
climate. The house contains ten
rooms, all of comfortable dimensions,
and the sun parlor on the east side is
. The large roomy -front porch is
hmdsomely finished in stucco and in
fact the outside appearance of this
bungalow is very striking. The gables
on the sides of the building are very
artistic and add much to the appear appearance
ance appearance of this handsome structure.
Another Tie that Will Bind America
and the Tight Little Isle
,..- (Associated Press)
London, Jan. 8. The, engagement
was announced today of Lieut. .Terry
Durham, U. S. A., a son of W. A.
Durham, of Appomattox, Va., to the
-.daughter of Sir Leicester Harms
worth, a "brother of Lord Northcliffe.
GEORGE CROW AT LAST
.CONDESCENDED TO DIE
Whaalin. W V .Ton C r
. Crow ; who was rejected on account
fadvanced age when he attempted to jhermetically sealed. s
Akejdist for service in the civil war, s - ;
died neat-here today. He recently I Keep in mind Friday night, Febru Febru-u
u Febru-u celebrated his 108th birthday by rid- ary 25th. The High School Carnival
ing a horse eight miles. J will be a great gala event It
TIED OP BY
He had Been Watting for Mrs. Long
for Weeks and She Walked Right
Into His Hands ; j
It will be remembered that several
weeks ago, Mrs. Martha Williams, one
of Ocala's most respected old ladies,
was struck down and robbed in her
home, it was supposed by a he-bandit.
In the house at the same time was
Mrs. Grace. Long, who claimed also
to have been robbed and also knocked
senseless. -' -,
The theory advanced by Mrs. Long
was that a thief slipped into the
house and being on the point of dis discovery
covery discovery struck down both the ladies in
order to escape. She gave a dim de description
scription description of the robber. The public
accepted her statement but the police
Mrs. Long is from Palatka, and is
the wife of a young soldier, who was
in the recruiting branch of the army.
She is quite a fine-looking young worn,
an and well-dressed. Mrs. Williams,
who was living alone, rented Mrs.
Long a room, not for the take of the
money, but because of her good ap appearance
pearance appearance and also because she wanted
some one with her in the house. A few
days after te unpleasant affair, Mrs.
Long's husband was removed to an
other post, and she accompanied him.
-The city and county officers thought
Mrs. Long's story did not fit, for one
reason, because it was practically im impossible
possible impossible that any such robber "as she
spoke of could escape without being
seen by someone. AncL. when, a few
days later, after, Mrs. Long's depar-.
cure, it was discovered that she had
forged several checks on Mrs. Will
iams, they at once concluded Mrs.
Long was the guilty party.
Mrs. Long came to the :. city from
Palatka the other day, and Sheriff
Thomas was soon wise to her. being
here. He found her in a little res restaurant
taurant restaurant on North Magnolia, and at
once put rer under arrest. She took
the matter very hard, and 'had been
in the sheriff's office but a few min
utes when she fainted. She was com
mitted to jail and will remain there
until her hearing, and possibly after.
She may-have a hearing this after afternoon.
noon. afternoon. FREE SHOW
High wire act and trapeze exhibi exhibition
tion exhibition from top Ocala House across the
street to Hunter's Cafe Monday aft afternoon,
ernoon, afternoon, 4 o'clock, Jan. 10th. It
BODY OF A SOLDIER
. KEPT AT HOME
Cambridge, Md., Jan. 7. The death
here of Benajmin J. Linthicum, for former
mer former vice-president of the National
Ban kof Cambridge; and for years a
prominent merchant, revealed that the
body of his youngest son, who died in
France during the, war, has reposed
in the frotn room of the Linthicum
home for five months.
The body of the son, Benjamin J.
Linthicum Jr.. arrived in Cambridge
on the 6th day of alst July, and, still
sealed in the metal casket in which
it was returned from France, it lay re recently
cently recently be$ide that of the father.
Members of the Linthicum family
stated that the father, deeply moved
by the sacrifice of his son's life, had
refused to permit the burial of the re remains
mains remains at the time of arrival, plan planning
ning planning instead to hold the casket until
he could have a vault built to re receive
ceive receive it.
Mr. Linthicum, who had been in
bad health delayed having the vault
constructed and the body remained
unopened in the front room of the
Linthicum home from month to month.
Meanwhile the father's health grew
worse and he passed away. A sug suggestion
gestion suggestion that the body of the boy be
buried, with that of the father, was
met by refusal on the part of seven
other sons of Mr. Linthicum, who de declared
clared declared that they would respect the
wishes of their father that the re remains
mains remains be enclosed in a vault.
Therefore, when the funeral of the
father was held the sealed casket con containing
taining containing the remains of the son were
left behind in the Yinthicum home.
The county health authorities have
been cognizant of the case, but have
taken no action .and apparently are
not contemplating any steps to hurry
disposition of young ; Linthicum s re-
1 0,8 ms- The casket containing it is
Demobilized by Soviet and Officers
Sent to Moscow aa Student
London, Jan. 8. Demobilization of
the entire Armenian army is being
carried out by the soviet at Erivan,
according to a Constantinople dis dispatch.
patch. dispatch. Three hundred Armenian offi-
cers were sent to Moscow for instruc-1
t.on in bolshevik military schools. The
Armenian army will be reorganized.
WILL BE A WHALE
OF A REPUBLIC
London, Jan. 8. The population of
the island of Veglia has revolted
against the Italian government troops
and proclaimed the Croatian republic,
says a Rome dispatch.
MEN AND WOMEN OF THIS VICINITY OFFERED $2500 IN PRIZES
IN BIG SUBSCRIPTION DRIVE CAMPAIGN OPENS AT
ONCE AND CLOSES FEBRUARY 12TH NOMINA NOMINA-TION
TION NOMINA-TION COUPON ON THIS PAGE GIVES
CANDIDATE 25,000 VOTES
It is doubtful if assthing short of a
snowstorm or earthquake could have
stirred up more genuine interest than
did the announcement of the Star's
big $2500 circulation campaign in
which a Studebaker Six, and many
other valuable prizes are to be given
away free. io the men and women of
Marion county and vicinity, in the
course of the next few weeks.
The glittering array of prizes is attracting-attention
from everyone in
this territory. Never before has such
a tremendous gift enterprise been
launched by any paper in this, section
of the state, and the public saw, read
and became convinced that the Star
had been more liberal in its expendi expenditure
ture expenditure fort prizes than any other paper.
EVERY PRIZE IS FREE
-Many hearts beat 'faster as a keen
pair of eyes gazed at the opening an announcement'
nouncement' announcement' and the wonderful list
of prizes to be given away, and many
a pulse quickened at the realization
that any of them could be had free
without a cent of cost. In anticipa anticipation
tion anticipation of a number of telephone calls
and personal calls the campaign man manager
ager manager has arranged to have the Star
office kept open till 7 p. m. every eve evening.
ning. evening. "It seems almost too good to be
true," said one young lady who had a
personal chat with the contest man manager
ager manager after having read the announce announcement
ment announcement of the campaign and brought in
her nomination coupon. After her talk
with the manager she at once decided
to try her best to win the beautiful
Steudebaker and left the office in the
firm conviction that someone would
have to step to beat her.
COULDNT BEAT IT
"Never heard of anythingxto beat
it," said, one lady. "What I can't
figure out is how the Star can afford
to give away such valuable prizes in
such a short time." When the cam campaign
paign campaign manager explained just how
the Star was not expecting to make a
lot of money out of the campaign, but
was merely, giving the prizes to en enlarge
large enlarge the circulation, the young
lady started out of the office saying
she would surely do her best to win,
and was going to try hard.
I hereby nominate
as my choice to win the touring car or other valuable prizes.
Only one nomination
SRIII FERI easy
FQn THE SOLDIERS
Suffered a Bloody Repulse When They )
Attacked Barrack at
Dublin; Jan. 8. The police barracks
at Tramore were attacked last night
and a military party en. route as re relief
lief relief was ambused near there. After
Iheavy fighting the troops drove off
the ambushers, who left three of their
number dead. One soldier and one
jpoliceman were wounded in the fight
at the barracks.
(.ABBY LOVES HIS
Triest, Jan. 8. It is reported that
Capt. D'Annunzio intends to remain in
Fiume, based on the announcemnt that
be has requisitioned one of the largest
villas in the city.
Star's Circulation Drive
One candidate wanted to know
aftout transferring votes. "Can I get
votes and then later on give them to
one of my friends?" she asked. "Ab "Absolutely
solutely "Absolutely Tiot," replied the campaign
manager. "Votes positively cannot
be transferred, and once they are is
sued, they have to stay issued. There
is to be no favoritism shown in this
campaign whatever, and every candi candidate
date candidate will receive the same fair and
impartial treatment. "The most arabi
One of the most attractive features
of the Star's circulation drive is that
it is open to everyone. It costs noth
mg to enter and nothing to stay in,
and it is not even necessary that
candidate be a subscriber to the Star.
The awards will be made at 7 o'clock,
Saturday,' February 12th, to those
having the largest number of votes. It
is going to run for such a short time
that it behooves each ambitious candi
date to get started at once. Rem em
ber the old adage, "The early bird
catches the worm."
Best of all the prizes is the Stude
baker Light Six touring car, which
heads the list This beautiful car will
go to the contestant getting the larg largest
est largest number of votes, on the closing
night, regardless of the place of resi
dence. The other prizes will be award awarded
ed awarded to those running next in order, and
everyone, regardless of place of resi residence
dence residence will have an equal chance to
fhare in the distribution of the prizes.
HOW TO ENTER
If anyone interested in. the cam
paign will just step to the telephone
and call No. 51, all details of the
mammoth offer will be explained, or
better still, if you so desire, make an
appointment with the campaign man
ager and he will come to see you and
furnish you with all the necessary re re-ceiptN
ceiptN re-ceiptN books so that no time will be
lost in getting started.
If you want to pave your way to
success and own a big Studebaker
automobile all your own, enter the
Star's great drive now and in the
course of the next month do your best
to win the handsome car and other
valuable prizes that are to be given
away free. 4'
counted for each contestant.
Stories of 1921 in New York Rival
the Nickel Novel of the Wild
and Woolly WTest
New York, Jan. 8. New York has
thrown away its nickel novel of 1920,
to begin reading the. 1921 thriller of
Dead Man's Gulch moved into Broad Broadway
way Broadway and the Black Hills set down on
Fifth avenue somewhere between the
Waldorf-Astoria and 42nd f, tret.
With something like 400 robberies
and "stick-ups" on the newspaper
lists of crimes for the past year, and
more than 100 murders and killings
te down by news offices as "unsolv "unsolved."
ed." "unsolved." the New Year has had set for it
a penny dreadful record it will take
two-gun men from Coyote Canyon a
lifetime's endeavor to beat.
A ride from the Grand Central in a
taxicab now is conceded by leading
papers of the city to have nothing on
a trip in the Deadwood stagecoach
and the big hotels and restaurants
loom up as cheery as the Sante Fe sa saloon
loon saloon in the wild west days of the six six-gun
gun six-gun toter and the Bad Bey Bandits
of Bloody Hollow. Twenty police rifle
men patrol the streets at night in au automobiles.
tomobiles. automobiles. The curfew rings out at
midnight when Central Park is closed
to vehicular and pedestrian traffic, and
sll persons abroad must give account
of themselves when asked.
In the past month judges on the
criminal court bench have urged for
mation of citizens' committees on a
par with the vigilantes of the frontier
before it was accused of moving back
east to metropolitan centers. The
mayor has warned all persons carry carrying
ing carrying or possessing valuables to procure
permits to arm themselves against
lrighwaymen aad the police have tried
to 'get back to something like first
principles in life and property protec protection.
tion. protection. -,
Crimes have been chronicled as tho
they were robbery and murder cy cyclones,
clones, cyclones, and the subway newspaper
reader has felt all the thrill of riding
the Overland Limited in the days when
Jesse James and his gang held no
prairie railroad immune from their
. Estimates have placed about $4, $4,-000000
000000 $4,-000000 as the total value of loot ob obtained
tained obtained by burglars, thieves and yegg yegg-nien
nien yegg-nien in New York during 1920. Day Daylight
light Daylight holdups, attacks in leading
white way hotels and automobile ban banditry
ditry banditry have yielded much of the valua valuables
bles valuables stolen. As many as 40 robberies
end thefts have been featured for a
months' acts of violence of note, and
six such attempts in a day have been
In the robberies, organized bands
of women have seemed to predomi predominate.
nate. predominate. Thefts of valuable goods from
railroad freight cars, bulking big in
packing cases, have been considerable.
Stolen automobiles have been report reported
ed reported constantly. But hold-ups of the old
time type, by day as well as night,
cn the street, in the home, in hotels,
where masked and unmasked men
have taken what they wanted at the
point of pistols, have called forth the
hue and cry against alleged "inade "inadequate
quate "inadequate police protection,"
-Police Commissioner Enright has
retorted by asserting that this condi condition
tion condition exists elsewhere.' To combat it
he has lengthened the hours of police
duty, called for 500 additional police policemen
men policemen and sent out, automobile squads
armed with rifles to patrol the shop
ping and business districts.
HIS LORDSHIP WILL
. HONOR NEW YORK
. (Assorts tad Press
Norfolk; Jan. 8 Lord Mayor O'CaL
laghan of Cork will leave tonight for
New York.' The lord mayor missed
the train this morning.
HIS LEGAL LIBERTY
Spartanburg, Jan. 7, A verdict of
not guilty was returned today in the
case of Will Lattimore, charged with
killing Mack Lowery here twenty
years ago. Lattimore fled after the
killing"' and was net heard from until
he returned here two weeks ago and
surrendered, claimed the killing was
raccidentaL He had been living across
the North. Carolina line 20 miles from
nere xor a year. -;
Fresh oysters and full line of fresh
vegetables and fruits at all times.
Cook's Market and Grocery. Phone
li TUB HIS IWT
Gov. Harding of the Federal
Board Declares Country has IU IU-'
' IU-' covered Financial Sanity
New York, Jan. 8. The nation has
recovered its financial sanity aad it
not troubled so much with either op optimism
timism optimism or pessimism, declared Gevtr-
nor Harding of the Federal Eeserrf
Board in a speech here today. Ha said
any danger of a general collapse had
passed and the worst was over.
PUZZLING OVER A
How to Reduce JBxpense and Keep Up
an Adequate Navy
Marion, O.. Jan. 8. HepresentaUrs
Dutler, of Pennsylvania, chairman si
the House naval committee, conferred
with Senator Harding today on mssat
of reducing the naval expenditsrt
without impairing the efficiency of the
nation's first line of defense.
WILL EMERGE TONIGHT
OUT OF THE WILDERNXC3
Naval Balloonists Expected at tas
Outpost of Cochrane, Oat.
.Cochrane, OnL, Jan. 8. The expec expectancy
tancy expectancy that, the three American .naval
balloonists from Rockaway wonU
emerge from the wilderness that; baa
rr.folded them 'since they landed Dae
14th, near the Moose factory tradiac
station, pervaded this outpost oJ cjv-
iization with the break of dawn, ia
day. The balloonists. are expected by
night.- :'.: ",
THEY DENY EVERYTHING
'ATTRIBUTED TO TUTSI,
Cf T n To Ton fi Tn1 ArrVV
Highland Park, 111, and Mrs. Char
lotte Franz en, of Madison, Wis who
tan away Tuesday night are in jail
here today. Auther and the wsfsajs.
deny -the allegations of the womana
husband that she was stolen at tat
point of a pistol. They also deny that
Auther forced Franzen to gtr Bum
check for $100 to 'pay for their koa
IDEAS OF A JAP AUTH02
Presents his Views Regarding a Vftt
. Between His Country and
Paris, Jan. 8. "Those who da act
foresee the future war between Japaa
and the United States are either bUad
or imbecile." So begins the prcfacs
of book at present making a asoaa
tior. in the Land of the Rising Sss.
The book is entitled "The Futurs War
Between : Japan and the United
States," written by a well-known Jap Japanese
anese Japanese author, Mr. Tazukava, wita a
preface by Mr. KavassimL Maarica
De Kobra. whose recent ditpatcata
from America have raised been inter
est in Paris, gives a resume of t&t
work in this afternoon's issue 'of La
Mr. Takukava insists that tha Uaa Uaa-roe
roe Uaa-roe doctrine, California anti-Japaness
legislation, the Pacific question aad
efforts of Australia and New Zealand
to offer the United States an aCIaoca
again Japan, all make war inevitable;
tut the author counsels his country-
men to wait unto they are completely
ready for war.
"War is inevitable," he writes, be
cause the American people haw aa
culture and all their psychology Jaa
tifies a war of aggression.1' Ths bmk
predicts the fall of the PhiHypfass,
the Hawaiian Islands, ths Pasaaa
canal and finally the seizors of aa
rrancisco, and the great victory af
the yellow army over ill-trained
MONUMENT TO A GREAT KAJI
Win be Raised by
Filipinos on the Shora cf
Manila, Jan. 8 The Dewey
rial committee has decided to erset a
statue to cost 1200,000 aa a maaa maaa-ment
ment maaa-ment to Admiral Dewey on ths sUsra
of Manila Bay. The United tatS
Congress will be asked to pprc-rk
half of this fond, the PhQippin leg legislature
islature legislature to appropriate da other
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IT WOULD BE A
PLAIN TALE FOR PACIFISTS
Business should be
service and not
"Marry in haste
Reno,", says Life.
and repent at
Another good thing about January
is that it hasn't any holidays in it.,
It" will soon be
base like home,
time for the
is base-is no
Can't arrest an up-to-date girl for
vagrancy, She always has visible
means of support.
Judging by the number of shocks
reecived by the booze-lappers, the
Volstead law has plenty volts in it.
It is 'possible that the United States
is able to fight half the world, and if
builds the biggest navy it will prob probably
ably probably have to try.
T. R. Hodges wants back the job of
fisheommissioner. from which Catts
separated him, in order to put In Wil Williams,
liams, Williams, whq has been a marvel of in inefficiency.
efficiency. inefficiency. ;
Senator A. S. Wells is at last a
member1 of the railroad commission,
and he no doubt is one of the happiest
office holders in Florida. Plant City
CourW : : : ;
And one of the most efficient.
Active fight for the adoption of an
amendment to the United States con constitution
stitution constitution under the terms of which all
future proposed amendments to the
organic law will be submitted to a
referendum of the people, has been
inaugurated by The Woman Patriot,
of Washington, D. C, organ of the or
ganization of women opposed to wom
an suffrage. Senator Duncan U. Flet Fletcher,
cher, Fletcher, in a letter to the paper, asserts
that he will support the proposal.
The proposed v law would also per permit
mit permit a state to reverse its action on
any given amendment up to the time
when ratification may be completed
or rejection completed by more than
one-fourth of the states.
The Woman Patriot in its opening
gun in the fight declares that the
"constitution of the United States is
new at the mercy of any lobby which
can coerce or corrupt 2346 men in 36
state legislatures." The paper points
out that there "are only 7403 men in
the 48 state legislatures of which
1760 are state senators and 5643 are
It is also pointed out that it does
not require "a maojrity, even of these
7403 men to ratify a federal amend amendment.
ment. amendment. It only requires a majority in
36 states frequently merely a majo majority
rity majority of a quorum of 36 states."
t The Woman Patriot points out that
an amendment may be ratified by less
than 32 per cent of the total legisla legislators
tors legislators of the country. 1 "That is, any
lobby or organized group which ran
control 2346 men in 36 legislatures,
by threats, blackmail, bribery or
other corruption, has the constitution
of the United: States at its mercy," the
On the other hand, it is pointed out
that the same lobby can prevent any
amendment being passed, by control!
ing 190 votes in 13 states, even tho'
90 per cent of the population of the
ration might favor the. proposed
Senator Fletcher's view of the pro pro-yesed
yesed pro-yesed change in the bill of rights,
"I think: an amendment to the fed federal
eral federal constitution as you propose has
much to commend it. My present im impression
pression impression is that I will support it. I
introduced and proposed an amend amendment
ment amendment along the same lines some time
ago, a copy of which I enclose."
The people of that Texas town who
made two Japanese families under understand
stand understand that their room was preferable
u their-company set a good example.
r7e do not want the people of that
yellow' race to come among us. ;
If the, United States will give the
Filipinos their independence, it will
itctrre a well-wisher and probably an
ally5 in "case of war with Japan.- If
t hangs on "to the islands, they will
te !a clog and an embarrassment in
arwith any maritime power.
,If all the men who have been busy
.the last two and a half years making
limousines and sedans, had made
freight cars and trucks instead, food
and clothing would be cheaper and
more 'plentiful and there would not
be two and a half million persons out
There are several women in Ocala
who were not born in the United
States but who have lived in it long
enough to become citizens. Being
women, before the nineteenth amend
ment passed there has been no pro provision
vision provision in the law for their becoming
citizens. When United States court
meets here next week, they should go
before the clerk of said court and de declare
clare declare their intention of becoming citi
(New York Tribune)
J. Ellis Barker, author of several
orks dealing 'with German historv
and diplomacy and perhaps as well
acquainted with the German people
as any one not a German can be, made
a recent visit to Germanv. honin? to
find evidence of a change of heart.
"To my surprise and dismay," he says,
"I' found that the Deo Die in ereneral
were utterly unacquainted with the
wrongs suffered by the allies and with
the crimes committed by the German
forces. Assertions that Germany had
begun the war and carried it on with
incredible barbarity were received
either with wide-eyed surprise or with
Men who should have been well in informed
formed informed bankers, lawyers, doctors
and the like talked of the war as
forced on Germany by England,
France and Russia. Germany had been
invaded in the midst of peace. Am
erica had come into the struggle from
sordid commercial motives. These men
had apparently no knowledge of the
Lichnowsky revelations or others of
a similar sort by their own country
men. They had never heard of the
massacres of civilians, the bombing
of hospitals and similar outbreaks of
"Kultur." But they protested against
the" "inhumanity' 'of the treat v of Ver
sailles. Mr. Barker found only two
Germans who were willing to admit
that Germany was wrong, and they,
he adds significantly, were ostracized
by their acquaintances.
There is nothing new in this. Yet
such direct testimony -emphasizes the
folly of believing there is anything
like reepntance. The preaching of
hatred of the allies is ceaseless by
German professors and publicists.
MDasaa 0t C T?alrA JtAa 1 KnAn
A vsvvp oaja iiii e iainyi uaa uvvi
concluded, but Germany continues to
be in a latent state of war with her
former enemies." She is ; but wait waiting,
ing, waiting, indeed for a chance to strike in
' Here is a situation which cannot be
ignored. Bad as it is, the attitude of
the- defenders of and apologists for
Germany in England and America
can only make it worse. The Germans
are still an important and power! ui
people. Their probable future course
is important.. Little hatred- of them
exists. Their prosperity is wished
for. But the sensible must take note
of their spirit and what it implies. If
tbey do not, and the outside world re
peats its folly of 1914, then not solely
on the Germans will rest the respon
sibility if another world horror oc
curs, rne amazing reature ox tne
post-war period is that a crowd of
radicals, professional liberals and war
promoting pacifists have learned noth
ing from the world war and are busy
laying foundations for another.
The Phases of
are many, but its one purpose
is to render real and construe construe-tive
tive construe-tive aid to our friends and cus customers.
Your full co-operation and an
opportunity to serve you is invited-by
the officers and em employees
ployees employees of this bank.
Munroe & Chambliss National Barih
MR. SCOFIELD ENTERTAINS
A dispatch from Washington says
hat' Senator Trammell has introduced
amendments in the Senate which
would increase the exemptions under
the' income' tax law to $1500 for in individuals
dividuals individuals and $3000 for the head of a
family? or married persons, the ex exemption
emption exemption of a husband and wife being
limited! to $3000 of their combined
( Citrus County Chronicle)
, Mr. .Geo. W. Scofield entertained for
dinner at his home Monday, the board
of county commissioners, old and new,
also the attaches of the board. The
guests were ably served at dinner by
Mrs. Scofield and daughter. Miss
Mary. The dinner .was a masterpiece
of fine preparations of a real Del-
monico spread. All present expressed
themselves as having spent an enjoy
able occasion and being well fed. Those
present were John W. Davis, J. K.
Kelley, ; W. A. Sparkman, J. E. Tur
ner, Floyd J. Rooks, John B. Winn,
J. A. Perryman, C D. Shultz, C E.
Connor and B. O. Bowden.
FARM FOR SALE
FRANKS- SPECIAL MKi DAYS
SATURDAY ANB MONDAY
.January 8 January 10
18x3o Huck Towels, fine quality, plain and red borders.
Sold regularly for 40 and 45 cents.
Special 26c each
" ' 'f
20x40 Turkish Bath Towels, plain white.
Sold for 56 cents
Special 39c each
"The Fashion Center"
. Report 6t the Condition of
THE COMMERCIAL BANK
Ocala, Florida, at Close of Busi Business,
ness, Business, December 31st, 1920.
Loans and discounts $402,572.27
Banking house, furniture
and fixtures 45,051.20
Other real estate1 7,050.95'
Claims and other resources 12,418.99
Cash and due from banks. 120,098.90
Captal stock $ 50.000.00
Other liabilities 600.00
Bills payable None
In one of the. leading republican
papersof the north, we see a shriek shrieking
ing shrieking headline relating to a parade of
theEuklux ;in Jacksonville, and tho
tbe'dispatch under the head is entire entire-!yreei;of
!yreei;of entire-!yreei;of opinion, yet the readers of
he japer," few of them knowing any anything
thing anything about' the South, will form an
opinion unjust and detrimental to this
section. There is no necessity for
Kuklux in the South, and no sensible
man will join -the organization.
Prohibition,? mayv not prohibit, but
every day there is a report of one or
more dealers in or workers for illicit
liquor being killed, and some two or
three gangs being rounded up in jail
t Meantime, for all the bragging of the
actis there are millions of square
miles on which a man cant get liquor
for love or "money, and wherever he
geui ii ne pays an exorbitant price.
Tne great majority of the decent
r arm oi ltxj acres ox rood new
ground 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
Seafood, always to be had fresh at
3ty FISH Market, 9 Ft. King At, tf
State of Florida,
County of Marion.
I, Roger Dodd, cashier of the above
named bank, do solemnly swear that
the above statement is correct to the
best of my knowledge and belief.
Roger Dodd, Cashier.
W. M. Palmer.
E. A. Osborne.
Subscribed and sworn to before me
this the 4th day of January, 1921.
E. F. Sipple,
(Notary Seal) Notary Public.
My commission expires March 11th,
Charles Watson Moremen,
Commercial Bank Building, Ocala,
Fla. Office phone 211; residence
phone 298. 7-tf
Meippltny MtoiP 'CdDmmpsiiiiy
ONE OF FLORIDA'S BEST GARAGES
Expert Repairs Tires Gas and Oil
Main Street, Opposite Foundry -. OCALA, FLORIDA
Ocala Auto and Garage Conmpamiy
a Successors to Gates Garage
We sell Philadelphia Diamond Grid Batteries
Chandler and Cleveland Automobiles ;
Look at our Used Cars. All are Bargains and Guaranteed as icpit anted
Tires, Tubes, Accessories and Storage.
Cars Washed ?100
Cars Polished 5 LCD
Mr. G.' B. Overton is now
funeral director and embalmer. Night
phone 515, day phone 47.
Z5-tf George MacEay & Company.
HELP, HELP, HELP
WANTED Clerks, both men
women, for big closing out sale,
ply at once. B. Goldman.
Get the habit oi reading the ads.
A complete line of Norris famous
candies and CROWN LOG CABIN
ecan rolls at the Court Pharmacy. 6t
When you buy fish from us they ara
Iressed ready for cooking. Oysters
and shrimp. City FL3H Market, No,
No. 9 Ft. King Are, phone 158. 27-tf
Raising the Family-
"Sfunny rat a g.irc.c;' fin;. do 5--ritimest
hrt MOO UKb Trc
to ruxr fooo
(VBOe earth wo I
i I . tv vris".-u. -it TOowfcuwjw. i im i zrz.'s x.- r -r. ..era i a i irMa i v-c y v n
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OCALA EVENING STAB, SATURDAY, JANUARY 8. 1920
TO MR- HERN DON
Our Special Ice Cream for Sunday
will be Tutti Fruitti. Also Choc Choc-colate,
colate, Choc-colate, Strawberry and Vanilla.
Phone us your order for your Sunday
Dinner; Delivered any time.
MOUNTAIN NUT V TIN ROOF
DUSTY ROAD and others
A new drink, FULL MEAL. Try one.
Plione 558 or 580
-WHITE STAR LONE
Negotiable Storage Receipts Issued on Cotton. Automobiles, Etc
LONG DISTANCE MOVING
Editor Star: I happened to be pass passing
ing passing thru Winston-Salem at Thanks Thanksgiving
giving Thanksgiving and spent a delightful time
with my former Oca la friend, Rer. J.
R. Herndon. I found him in the midst
of a great work there and little did
I expect he would so soon be taken
from u. On the night I spent in his
home we dined on an abundance of
good things which his appreciatiTe
people had sent in, and every little
while someone would run in to confer
with him or his good wife.
He was greatly beloved by all
classes and all denominations, ana
they seemed to look to him for com community
munity community leadership in temporal affairs
almost as much as for the spiritual
guidance he was so "well qualified to
As we sat together enjoying the re
newal of fellowship, he told me how
much his mind had been reverting to
Ocala during the last few days, and
he spoke of so many of the people in
djvidually. Brother Herndon truly
loved Ocala and its people.
Those of us who were in the Ocala
pulpits at the time Mr. Herndon was
our association president will never
forget with what gracious tactfulness
and skill he led us, and our hearts
fill with love as our eyes do with
tears when we think of him.
Now he has gone, that loyal man.
Loyal to his God and truth; loyal to
his local, church and its members;
loyal also to his brethren in the min
istry of the gospel.
May the blessings he sought for
others in hours of grief, be given inJ
multiplied measure to his sorrowing
family. Sincerely yours,
Wm. H. Wrighton.
Valdosta, Ga., Jan. 4.
MOVE, PACK, SHIP
111 'I "II "I III li Ml
AT THE CHURCHES TOMORROW
J, Q. SPENCER
W. R. PEDRICK
(7 V rsJ
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
Exclusive Agents lor "VESTA" BATTERY, 18 Mo. Guarantee
r 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. .
GASOLINE, OIlA AND GREASE.
SPENCER-PEDRICK MOTOR CO.
PHONE 271 j
THE WINDSOR HOTEL
... JACKSONVILLE, CliORIDA V
In the heart of the city with Hemming Park for a front yard.
Every modem convenience in each room. Dining room service is
second to none
ROBERT M. i MEYER,
J. E. HAVANAUGH
: Seymour Automotive Co.
I'Stwart Motor Tridis
4 DOOR. 5 EH AW
An intensely practical Christmas
Gift One for which the tsnaly
would willingly forego the sort
One that win be a yesr-'round
satisfaction becnose cf its good-
of its economy.
An order placed
Th tir milemff la notmally 'ir-
AUTO SALES CO.,
Ocala, Fla A3)liSk
C. W. White. Pastor
9:45 a. m. Sunday school.
11 a. m. Preaching. Subject,
"Children and Infant Baptism."
6:30 p. ml Senior League
7:30 p. m. A New Year's service.
John J. Neighbour, Rector
First Sunday After Epiphany
7:30 a. m. Holy communion.
9:45 a. m. Sunday school.
11 a. m. Morning prayer and ser sermon.
No service in the evening.
Rev. C. L. Collins. D. D., Pastor
9:45 a. m. Sunday school.
11 a. m. Sermon, "The Brook that
6:30 p. m. Senior and Junior B. Y.
7:30 p. m. Sermon, "A Quaker and
' J. G. Waggoner, Pastor
10 a. m. The Bible school studies
Jesus Teaching Forgiveness."
11 a. m. Sermon on "The Royalty
iiau p. m. bong service and ser
mon on "The Rich Inheritance of His
All members, of course, are expect
ed to be present and all former mem
bers and friends cordially invited to
worship with us.
(Rev. W. F. Creson, Pastor)
11 a. m. Morning worship.
Organ prelude, "Melody" (Ruben-
Hymn, "I Need Thee Every Hour."
Scripture lesson, Luke 11:21-22.
Hymn. "Once I Thought My Moun
tain Strong," etc. I Burbank,. Jan. 7 Mrs. Tom Fowler
Offertory, "Lullaby." (Robert Terry) Uni children of Macon, Ga, returned
Prayer (congregation standing). to their home Friday after spending
Solo, "A Song of Praise" (Bruno the holidays with Mrs. V. H. Turner.
Huhn) Miss Bullock. Mr. V. H. Turner of Macon, Ga., has
Sermon. "Three Personalities." Upturned to his home here for the
Hymn, "Look, Ye Saints, the Sight winter.
STAR JOB DEPARTMENT
P. 0. BOX 606
LETTERHEADS, BILLHEADS, CARDS, CIRCULARS, FOLDERS, FINE BOOKLETS, ETC
. -to -to. & -tt
We never disappoint a customer on a promise.
You get the job when its due.
Christian Science Services
Room 5. Merchant's Block
11 o'clock Sundays.
Wednesday evening) meeting at
ing friends in Burbank and looking
after his business interests here.
MADE IN SEVEN SIZES
Murphy Garage, ft. Main SL
is Glorious," etc.
7:30 p. m. Evening worship.
Organ prelude, "Theme."
Hymn. "Christ Receiveth Sinful
Prayer (congregation standing).
'. Hymn, "The Comforter Has Come.'
Scripture lesson, I Corinthians 2:1-
Hymn, "More About Jesus.'
Anthem, "O Lord. How Manifold
are Thy Works."
Sermon, "What Paul Determined to
Hymn, "Whiter than Snow."
Organ postlude "Voluntary"
Mass at 1 la. m.
Evening service at 7:30 o'clock.
Mass Monday at 7:30 a. m.
Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Curry and daugh
ter, Miss Cecile Curry of Scottsviiie,
Ky, spent the past week in Burbank.
Miss Curry left Saturday for Or
lando, where she will attend the Ca
Miss Emma Walls of Jacksonville,
rpent several days the past week with
her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Thorn
Mrs. W. M. McKim of Sanford, is
visiting her daughter, Mrs. H. L Tur
Mrs. Clara Fox of Honolulu is visit
ing her cousin. Mrs. Sarah TourteHot.
Mr. Raymond Turner was an Ocala
Mr. Clinton Clements of Atlantic
Chy, N. J, has returned to Burbank
after spending a few weeks at Palm
(Ley-! Beach, and is improving his property
Mr. C E. Turne rof Miami has been
visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. V.
Dr. Harding, brother of Senator
Harding, of Columbus, Ohio, is visit-
LA WHENCE LASS ITER
Lawrence Hughes Lassiter, age sev-
cn years, died in tnis cixy iasi mgnu
Lawrence was the son of Mr. and
Mrs. C. A. Lassiter of Wildwood, and
was brought to Ocala about a week
ago for treatment. The funeral serv
ices will take place this afternoon at
4:30 o'clock at Wildwood. where in
terment will be made.
Mr. and Mrs. Lassiter have tne
sympathy of their neighbors and
friends in the loss of their little son,
who was an unusually bright and at
tractive little fellow. Mr. Lassiter is
connected with the firm of McCreary
& Bridges at Wildwood and is highly
esteemed, in that community.
Sam R. Pyles & Co. had charge of
the funeral arrangements.
Builder will co-operate finandaX?
on a nity-nity basis witn resposKUa
persons who wish to build a hcasfc
Designs and drawings, free. Build a
home to your own liking and require
APPLY AT STAR OFFICE
Careful estimates made on aH
tract vork. Gives more and. ?rr
work f(r the money Chan any &sr
contractor in the city.
NOTICE. MEMBERS W. C. T. U.
A meeting of the W. C. T. U. is call called
ed called for Tuesday, January 11th, at 3:30
o'clock at the Presbyterian church.
The annual election of officers, plans
for the year's work and other impor important
tant important matters are to be attended to. All
ladies interested are invited and urg urged
ed urged to attend. Mrs. J. L. Edwards,
8-2t , - Secretary.
Have your old mirrors re-silvered.
We do it promptly and at reasonable
prices. All work guaranteed. Ocala
Mirror Plating Works, Walter Yonge,
proprietor. Phone 504. 17-tf
The annual meeting of the
holders of the Carroll Motors Cos
pany will be held at the oCees of tla
company, in Ocala, Jr uu, on Wedaes
day, January 19th, mi. at 10 o'clock
a. m. R. R. Carroll. President.
Attest: A. A. Griffm,
Vice President and Acting Secy.
Ocala, Fla., December 5, 1521. tt
Meet me at the American CtTa,
Union Station, Ocala, for a irs-clr
dinner family style. Best dinner .ta
the state for 75c Eat and drink c3
you want. Time for dinner 11 a, B. t
2:30 p. m. Owned and operaUd lj
uers of printer's Ink.
men are ptzi
OCALA EVENING STAB, SATURDAY, ANUARY 8 1920
Mrs. Dudley Spain left this after-1
noon for her home at Columbus, Ga.,
after several weeks pleasantly spent
If you have any
phone to five-one.
Mr. C. H. Wells of Bay Lake was in
the city today. . '
Chuck steal: 20c., link sausage 30c,
sausage meat 20c, hamburger steak
25c. Cook's. Market and Grocery.
Phone 243. 7-tf
High wire act and trapeze exhibi-
in the city a guest at the home of her It ion from top Ocala House across the
society items, I parents, Mr. and Mrs. S. R- Whaley. (street to Hunters Cale Monday aft
ernoon, 4 o clock, Jan. 10th. It
Good wholesome body materials
vith just the right quantity of sugar FORESTRY BILL BEFORE
and cinnamon make our cinnamon I HOUSE SUB-COMMITTEE
rolls "delicious." Federal Bakery. t
Mr. R, J. Perkins
Mrs. Perkins with a
has presented I Washington, Jan. 7. Hearings on
five-passenger I the national forestry program bill in-
Miss Clara Ledbetter of Belleview
was a shopper in town for the morn-(
ing. Up ': .-
Buick sedan. It is a pretty and pow
erful car, equally adaptable for a
short trip down town or thousand thousand-mile
mile thousand-mile journey.
HOT, CiZZY FEEL1IJS unclassified
Atlanta Lzdjs Uccomlcrtible and
Annoyiag Condition Refiered,
Salt and fresh water fish, oysters,
hrimp, etc at City FISH Market.
9 Ft. King Ave, phone 168. 27-tf
Mrs. H. A. Waterman and daugh
ter. Valeta returned vesterdav after-
Mr. Cocowitch, a prominent citizen f two weeks' visit in Jaek-
of Dunnellon, was a business visitor in LUe with- the former's parents,
the city this morning. Mr. and Mrs. B. J. Potter, and sister.
1 19 Maxwell truck, Al shape; reas reasonable
onable reasonable and fcurms if desired. Spencer-
Ped rick Mote r Co. 29-tf
Abruzzi seed rye, 4 per busheL
Rust proof seed oats, $1.50 per busheL
Ocala Seed Store. 22-tf
Mr. Jack Kassel, formerly of the
army recruiting station here, is visit
ing his Ocala friends.
troduced by Representative Snell of
New York, which calls for the expen expenditure
diture expenditure of $11,000,000 a year for the
troctection and development of for forests,
ests, forests, were begun today before the
sub-committee on appropriations of
uhich Representative Anderson is the
Newspaper publishers, paper man manufacturers,
ufacturers, manufacturers, lumbermen, timberland
owners, wood-using industries, the
United States Forest Service and the
American Forestry Association were
One million dollars a year for co-
Dont fail to. visit the Guarantee ?Pti0ith h e states in Protecting
me xoresis zrom nre ana siu,uuu,uw
a year for securing additional forest
laud for the government, is being ask.
ed as a forward step in the endeavor
Mrs. Nellie Liddon.
Nothing & Shoe Company. Every
thing we sell is guaranteed. We're
fighting for QUALITY not prices, tf
Abruzzi seed rye, $4 per busheL
Marshal Gordon took up a boy today to "eure sufficient lumber and paper
for shooting squirrels in the city lim- ,"7 ,
fi- cava siitli vinio.
Rust proof seed oats, $1.50 per busheL ti0'ns of the law must to and we tion to the industries of the country
ucaia eea store. zz-u.
or, toe na-committee,
The missionary society of the Bap Baptist
tist Baptist church will meet at the church
Monday afternoon at 3:30 o'clock,
town and practice firing at a mark.
Don't fail to visit the Guarantee
Clothing & Shoe Company. Every Every-hing.we
hing.we Every-hing.we sell is guaranteed. We're
.ghting for QUALITY not prices, tf friendg
Mrs. J. J. Geng and daughter. Mar
Mr. A. H. Beyers after a pleasant
week's visit in the city, left. yesterday
afternoon for his home, Macon, Ga. He
u-fld lninod Yiava Vitt Via n'.f.r flsa
Roxie Beyers, who was en route from r" ir"?n euogf'.wn 13
Nokomis, where she was the guest of
tional forest program
made up of men representing
This is a paper age and in the
United States, at least, a newspaper
She Says, by CzrdnL
Atlanta, Ga. MUs Alice Frances
Young, ot 2i East Alexander Street,
tti3 city, says: "After entering wo womanhood,
manhood, womanhood, I suffered so much with
womanly weakness. My back ached.
I wotiW have, at certain times, a hot
feeling that seemed, to go to my head, j
Even my shoulders would hurt, and it
xr&de cio very dizzy ana uncomion uncomion-able,
able, uncomion-able, Y. Lea tie blood would flow to
tiy hetd I suppose that was what it
we.3 I would faint and feel so weak.
f couldn't do my work. I had a
good position, and this was surely
aonoyins as 'well as embarrassing. I
ould usually nave to go home and
go to bed, I certainly suffered greatly.
"I beard of Carcui, and my motner
bo u sat it for me. It was the first and
OBiy medicine that ever did me any
good for this trouble."
. Dirzlnes3. headache, eldeache. back backache,
ache, backache, tir?d-cut feeling and other dis disagree
agree disagree ab!2 smtoms are often signs of
womanly troubles. Thousands of wo women
men women who formerly suffered -from these
and similar ailments have found Car
dui a very valuable remedy.
Cardui Is composed only of pure,
regetable ingredients which hare long
been recognized as of medicinal value
in the treatment of many diseases and
disorders peculiar to women,
Your druggist sella 1L NO-149
WANTED, LOST, FOUND, FOR
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, S3. Payable in advance.
WANTED Twenty-five woodchop woodchop-pers
pers woodchop-pers tfl cut pine wood; pay $1 a
cord. Apply to T.' S. Mathews, Or Orange
ange Orange Lake, Fla. -5-6t
FOR SALE Ford touring car, newly
painted, demountable rims, one ex extra
tra extra tire and in first class running
condition. Can be seen on square
between 10 a. m. and 3 p. m. Sat
urday. 'H. C. Heseman, Lowell,
WANTED Intelligent colored boy to
make himself generally useful
around printing office. Splendid op
portunity for the right boy. Apply
at Star office. 5-3t
MUST. BUILD A BOAT. TO
MAKE 80 MILES AN HOUR
fUUiND Gold brooch on the street,
Tuesday. Owner may have same on
proving property and paying adver
tismg charges. 5-3t
r'OR SALE Full blood Poland China
boar. Herlong stock. R. E. Smed-
ley, Santos, Fla. 4-9t
FOR SALE Six room house and lot.
216 West Fourth St. Easy terms
See owned, 504 South, Lime street,
Ocala, Fla. 7-t
WANTED To buy. a Singer sewing
machine. Must be in good condition
and cheap. Address Box 353, Ocala,
FOR SALE House and lot: large
double-front two-acre -lot; several
pear and pecan trees; two-story,
nine-room house (some large rooms)
complete bath fixtures installed last
summer; hot and cold water in kit kitchen
chen kitchen sink and bath also soft wa water
ter water in kitchen. Good large garage
and barn, with two -stables; "hen
house' and servant's house. Price
reasonable. Write P. O. Box 180,
Ocala, Fla, or call at 1145 South
Orange St. 7-t
LOST Tuesday night in the city,
crank for Oakland six. Reward by
returning to Star office. 8-It
LOST Pair gold rimmed eyeglasses,
between 730 South Third street and
Frank's store. Return to Miss Maud
Blalock at Frank's store and get re reward.
ward. reward. 8-3 1
rii;;;.:;:;;ii!ii;;:ii;;Ti'!ii iiiii;:??;" i
garet have' returned home from In Indianapolis,1
dianapolis,1 Indianapolis,1 where they spent the holi holidays
days holidays with relatives.
Before going to Nokomis,
Beyers visited Ocala and both
she and her brother made many
friends who are anticipating another
visit from them in the near future.
Ford hunting wagon. Reasonable.
Terms if desired. Spencer-Pedrick
Motor Co.'' 30-tf
They are "light as a feather," says
one of our customers in speaking of
cur rolls. Insist upon having Federal
bread and rolls. 5-6t
Mrs. J.', R. Burdette Jr. arrived .in i
Ocala this afternoon from Atlanta to
join her husband, who is connected
with" the Auto Sales Co.
also secretary of the News Print Ser
vice Bureau. "From an" annual con consumption
sumption consumption of three pounds of news newsprint
print newsprint paper per capita in 1880 we
have gone to 35 pounds in 1920. The
news-print paper produced in the
United States and Canada last year,
if ptu in the form of a standard roll
73 inches wide, such as is used by
many of the large newspapers, would
unwind 13,000,000 miles. Our daily
papers haye a circulation in excess of
28,000,000 copies and there are more
than 100 dailies between the Atlantic
and the Pacific whose circulation ex-
! Mr. Joseph Taylor of Atlanta has
arrived in the city to make his home
here. Mr Taylor is a nephew of Mr.
Mack Taylor and "is an exceedingly
bright and affable young man.
Your town may be as dead as the
populist party, but James Hall the
rpa putsitc n cpntL with nfflfA in the
Florida House is very much alive. He eeds 100'00,0 ckPies ?nd some of them
nave several limes mat numoer.
has danriv harfains in small orance
Lrovp, uvl nn-txti. fnrf PaPr iaHndispensable our for-
homes which would be hard to dupli- ests re. still more indispensable, for
cate. His record of properties sold m addition to supplying the raw ma-
last 12 months will be published next tenal r tne neP paper and
week. All Marion county needs is
Don't fail to t visit the Guarantee
Clothing. & Shoe Company,' Every
thing we sell is guaranteed. We're
firfiting for QUALITY not prices, tf
boosters. Are you one?
ROYAL ARCH MASONS
Mrs. M. D. Juhan's many friends
will be glad to learn that she has re
turned to Ocala for an indefinite stay
nd for the present is making her
home with, Mrs. Harry. Clarkson. Mrs.
Juhan's daughter, Mrs. Annie Van
Davis, is making her home in Lum Lum-Lcrton,
Lcrton, Lum-Lcrton, N. C, and has a position with
the first National Bank of that city.
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, H. P.
Jake Brown. Secretary.
"Prompt service and fair prices"
cur motto Cook's Market and Groc Grocery.
ery. Grocery. Phone 243. 7-tf
Get the habit ot reading the ads.
femple itKday Jan. IS
1:-- : IT'S A SCREAM!
5, Surpasses Tvin BcdsM and Falp and
36' as a Laugh Promoter
u THE SELWYNS WU1 S,rve fS V
most of the material for all other
kinds of paper, except the "highest
grades, our dependence upon forest
products for countless articles of ne
cessity and convenience is equally evi
dent. The supply of standing timber
in the United States is only about 40
per cent, of what it was' 100 'years'
ago, and .this remaining stand is be being
ing being drawn upon at a more rapid rate
than it is being reproduced. Unlike
our other basic raw materials, how however,
ever, however, such as coal, oil and .metals,
timber need not. be mined and ex exhausted,
hausted, exhausted, but can and should be har harvested
vested harvested and reproduced like other pro
ducts of the soil.
"For this reason; it is especially en encouraging
couraging encouraging to note the recent agree agreement
ment agreement of the great lumber manufactur manufacturing
ing manufacturing and wood-using industries of the
country with the American Forestry
Association and the American News
paper Publishers Association upon a
plan for an adequate and permanent
forest policy in harmony with the
recommendations of the United States
Forest Cervke. This marks the most
structive step yet taken to bring about
the continuous production of timber
upon all land suited for that purpose
throughout the country and legislation
to accomplish this, which will be in
troduced into the next session of Con
areas will receive hearty and wide
spread support from professional for
etsers, business interests and citizens
everywhere, who are alive to the vital
importance of maintaining the supply
of one of our most necessary raw
Detroit, Mich., Jan. 6. A" speed
boat capable of 80 miles an hour will
be required to successfully defend the
Harmsworth tionhy, according to Gar
Wood, who captured the international
trophy from its British holders off the
Isle of Wight last summer.
Wood, who holds most of the
world's speed boat records, indicated
tnat he did not believe ta challenge
would be forthcoming for the Harms Harms-worth
worth Harms-worth trophy in 1921.-1 European
powerboat men realize, he, said, that
they must build ,a craft capable of
close to 80 miles an hour to compete
with hydroplanes of the type of Miss
America. He pointed out that Miss
America's fastest, lap in the recent
Gold Cup races here was -71.5 miles
"This won't do in the next race for
the Harmsworth trophy, however," he
said, and added, MVe will be right
there with that 80-mile an hour boat
when the challenge for the interna international
tional international trophy comes."
Wood said prospects were bright
for a Harmsworth race in -1922 that
would shatter all records for speed.
FOR SALE Two story ten. room
house with all modern improve improvements,
ments, improvements, at No. 303 N. Main St. For
further information, apply to Mrs.
W. T. Cole, 416 South Third SL,
iVOOD Oak and pine, cu t to any
length; delivered on short notice.
" Phone Mrs. E. L. Howell. Oak,
Fla. .. 20-tf
:HERO-COLA WOODYARD We are
prepared to furnish oak or pine
wood for either stove or fireplace
on short notice. We deliver your
money's worth promptly. Give us a
trial order. Chero-Cola Woodyard,
phone 167. 26-lm
Geo. MacKay S Co.
and Emb aimers
' 1 Licensed Embalmers
Motor Funeral Cars
Private Morgue and Chapel
Day Phone 47
Night Phone 515
G. B. Overton, Manager
OARD 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
FOR SALE 1500 budded orange
trees. Pineapple and Parson Brown,
one year old budded on fiveyear old
-our roots; from 3. to 5 fUihigh.
Price, COc. and 75c. Write me or
see me at IL B. Masters Co. L. E
Cordrey, Ocala, Fla'. . 15-lm
OCALA LODGE No. 286, B. P. O. E.
Ocala Lodge No. 286, Benevolent
and Protective 'Order of Elks, meets
the second and fourth Tuesday eve-
rir.es of each month. Visitine breth
ren always welcome. ixdge rooms
upstairs over-Troxler's and the Book
Shop, 113 Mam street.
C. Y. Miller. E. R.
O ranees. Grapefruit and Other
' Florida Products
ORDER OF EASTERN STAR
Oeala Chapter No. 29," O. E. &
meets at the Masonic hall the second
and fourth Thursday evenings of each
month at 8 o'clock.
Mrs. Lillian Simmons, W. M.
Mrs. Susan Cook, Secretary.
FOR SALE 1919 7-passenger Buick
touring car; 90-day mechanical
guarantee. Spencer-Pedrick Motor
Company. ' 30-tf
:C. Cecil Bryant:
Aceoiinfing and AcdIIing
WOOD Giles Wood Yard. Season Season-id
id Season-id oak or pine wood, for either stove
3r fireplace; $1 and $2 per loadWYard
orner South Main and Third streets,
"hone 112.' 15-lm
FOR SALE Six room house with
large lot on South Orange street.
(The Gamble place). Apply to Jer Jerry
ry Jerry Burnett's tailor shop or phone
Tulula Lodge No. 22. I. O. O. F
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. Luffman. Secretary.
MARION-DUNN MASONIC LODGE
" Marion-Dunn Lodge No. 19, F.AA.
M., meets on the first and third
Ihursday evenings of each month at
7:30 o'clock until further notice,
A. L. Lucas, W. M.
Jake Brown. Secretary.
nELP, HELP, HELP
WANTED Clerks,' both men
women, for big closing out sale,
ply at once. B. Goldman.
CHAKMTVn ANTTfMVnR TT XR4TrS HTJSBANnS
AM A SURE-FIRE REMEDY FOR THE- "BLIXV
- v ROI COOPER MEGRUE'S
t DTXltmiVVV COMEDY DIRECT FROM A BUN OK ONE SOMD YTAIt A'.
MAXtSE ELLIOTT'S THEATRE NEW IOKk
Great Broadway Cast including
Milllcent Hanley, J. W. Cowell
One solid year la NeW York. Original Production
: i m
50c, 77c, $1.00, $1.50 and $2.00
. Seats on Sale at Court Pharmacy MONDAY :i:
Washington, Jan. 7. Senator Park
Trammell today introduced in the
Senate a proposed amendment to the
pending emergency tariff bill that pro provides
vides provides for an increase in duties on or-
langes, grapeiruit, snaaaocKs ana
limes similar to the increase proposed
in the pending bill on lemons.
Senator Trammell in connection
with his amendment states that he
does not believe in the republican idea
of a high protective tariff but that it
would be very unfair to the people of
his state for them to have to pay the
Our Specialty Is
YOU SAVE MONEY
FARM WANTED Would like to
hear from owner that has farm for
sale in Marion. county.' Give loca
tion, description and price in first
letter. Address, t "Farmer,"care
Ocala Evening Star. 3-18t.
FREE Garden plot and part 'of
house, to married couple with auto.
References exchanged. For particu
lars call at Maxine, Main street. Ct
rOR SALE Five room house and
bath room, large lot, in fine neigh neighborhood,
borhood, neighborhood, Wenona street, near high
school. Price very low. L M. Mar
ray. Holder block, Ocala. 6-6t"
FOR SALE Fort King Avenue Prop
erty. The large, handsome resi
dence known as the Dunn place;
12 rooms furnished, two baths; half
a block fronting three streets. One
of the most desirable large proper properties
ties properties in the city. For price and
terms address Box 609, Ocala, Flor Florida.
ida. Florida. 7-Ct
--k Start the New Year
'"VVvvv rights If your eyes trou trou-,
, trou-, 'JAbIe you, have, them ex ex-rEE
rEE ex-rEE amined. Make this9onr
''v' resolution for 1921.
DR. K. J. WEIHE,
Optometrist and Optician .
JFFICIENT WORKMEN, WORKMEN,-PROMPT
PROMPT WORKMEN,-PROMPT SERVICE
We repair all makes of cars and
pecialize on Maxwell, Chalmers and
GEO. J. WILLIAMS
Formerly Carroll Motor Company
Garage, Osceola St.
Arrival and departure of passenger
cratns at OCALA UNION STATION.
The following schedule figures pub published
lished published as information and not guar guaranteed.
anteed. guaranteed. (Eastern Standard Time)
LfEABOARD AIR LINE RAILROAD
FOR SALE Fifteen exceptionally
fine Rhode Island Red roosters.
Eggs imported from Kentucky; $3
each. F. J. Baird, box 388, Ocala,
TOR SALE Pretty bungalow on East
Fourth street, six rooms with all
modern conveniences and a garage garage-Terms
Terms garage-Terms attractive. Price lew. L. M.
Murray, Holder block, Ocala. 6-6t
increased price on what they have to-
purchase outside of the state on ac
count of a high protective tariff and
on the other hand have to sell the
products produced in Florida without
the advantage in price that may re result
sult result from such protection.
'Cn your shoe bills by having us re
build your old snoes. Our charges are
moderate, and we guarantee satisfac satisfaction.
tion. satisfaction. MAZON & CO.
i Between Ten Cent Store and Geriga
Better, and more pleasing than
on u mild 7a.vana cidar.
Ask your dealer for uevrsvone she
If uovr dealer cantouppty yon' ivriTi us.
I, LEWIS CIGAR MrtLCftfltKRadLl
2:1.1am Manatee-. 4:05
:15 am Tamna 2:10 f
2:15 am Manatee- 4:17 pm
:05 pm Tampa-St. Petrsbrg 4:17 pm
ATLANTIC CU AST-LINE R.
2:12 pm JacksoDville-NTork 2:43 na
1:45 pm Jksonville-G ainsTille 3:25 pta'
6:42 am Jksonville-GnesTille 10:13 pm.
2:4 am StPetsbrg-Lakeland 2.12 am
3:35 pm StJetsbrg-Lakeland 1:25 pa
7:10 am Dunnellon-Wilcox
am Dunellon-Lkeland 113 pm
3:25 pm Homoeassa 1:30 pm
10:13pm Leesburg 6:42 am
1:45 pm Gainesville 11:50 am
. "Monday, Wednesday, Friday.
Tntnr. Thnrsdav. Sutnniay.
While visiting in the city during
the holidays, grandma declared that
Tcderal Bread h2d that honest to
crvodnesa home-made taste. 5-t
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