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Title:
The Ocala evening star
Uniform Title:
Ocala Evening Star
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Evening star
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Porter & Harding
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Ocala, Fla.
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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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WEATHER FORECAST
u3rao Apcop hxbj
and Wednesday, probab probably
ly probably rain in extreme north
' portion; warmer in north
, portion tonight.
TEMPERATURE
This morning-, 34.
This afternoon, 69.
VOL 27
OGALA, FLORIDA, .TUESDAY, JANUARY II. 1921
NO. 8
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AGAIN EXPECTE
BOARD OF TRADE
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HARDING APPOSES
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DEPORTATION

MEETS THURSDAY

IS AGAIN

Of O'Callaghan Acting Secretary of
State Wants Laws of the
Country Upheld

(Associated Press) t
Washington, Jan. 11. Lord Mayor
O'Callaghan of Cork, who arrived as
a stowaway and invwhose case the
state department refused to waive the
-passport requirement, will appear
. Thursday before the commission in investigating
vestigating investigating conditions in Ireland.
ACTING SECRETARY SPEAKS UP
Washington, Jan. 11. The deporta deportation
tion deportation of the lord mayor of Cork was
requested of the department of labor
today by Acting Secretary of State
Davis. Mr. Davis quoted his autho authority
rity authority of acting in the proclamation is5
sued by President Wilson August 8th,
1918, designating the' secretary of
state as the one who shall decide
whether an alien coming under the
passport regulations shall be admitted
cr denied admission-to the country.
INTERNATIONAL AGREEMENT AGREEMENT-An
An AGREEMENT-An international agreement with all
or practically all nations, which will
guarantee the end of competition in
navy building was presented as the
only alternative to building by the
United States or a nayy powerful
enough to ,"command the respect and
fear of the world," by Secretary Dan Daniels
iels Daniels in testimony today "before the
House naval affairs committee. -BURNING
OF RECORDS IN THE
COMMERCE BUILDING
Washington, Jan. 11 Officials were
etill unable today to estimate the loss
from the fire in the department 'of
commerce building last night, which
destroyed many original records f
every- census since the first "in 1790,
except that of last year. There are
' no duplicates pf the destroyed records.
The loss is declared probably the
worst Of its kind is government his history.
tory. history. '?..' -." ":,
CASH IN CIRCULATION
' .The per capita circulation, of money
in the country increased $3.23 last
year. On January 1st, 1921, the
amount in circulation was more than
$6,340,000,000, or $59.12 for each per
son in the country.
HONORED THE MEMORY
OF DANIEL WEBSTER
Washington, Jan. 11. In celebra
tion of the birthday anniversary of
Daniel Webster the tree, on which he
as a youth hung his scythe upon de
ciding to go to Dartmouth College, has
been given a place in the Hall of Fame
for trees with a history. The s nomi
nation of the tree was made by Frank
N. Hancock of Franklin, N. H., which
then known as Salisbury was the
birthplace of Webster on Jan"18, 1782.
Mr. Hancock has lived near the tree
for sixty years.
LENINE REPORTED
ON THE SICK LIST
Three German Specialists Hustled
from Berlin to His Bed Bed-'
' Bed-' side.
(Associated Press)
New York, Jan. 11- Lenine, 'the
Russian bolshevik premier,' is danger dangerously
ously dangerously ill at Moscow, according to a
wi eless today from Berlin to the Jew Jewish
ish Jewish News Bureau here. The message
Kui dthat three t German specialists
were en route to Moscow for consul consultation.
tation. consultation. A verification of the report
was sought from the soviet represen represen-tatitve
tatitve represen-tatitve in Berlin but he refused to
' confirm or deny it.
Dr. Charles Watson Moremen,
1 ".. Dental Surgeon
Commercial Bank Building, Ocala,
Fla. Office 'phone 211: residence
phone 298. 7-tf

Everything to Please. Nothing to Offend

OTIS L SMITH'S
A combination of Shows and

requirements of an amusement loving people

ONE SOLID WEEK, 6 DAYS AND NIGHTS 6
Commencing Monday JANUARY 17

Band concert every evening
2 Bands 2 .2 Rides 2 7 Shows 7

Show Lot Magnolia SL

American Naval BaHoonists and
Guides Bravely Straggling To Toward
ward Toward the Canadian Outpost

(Associated Press)
Mattice, Jan. 11. The three Amer American
ican American naval balloonists broke camp 20
miles north of here this morning and
started on the last leg of the long
march back to civilization. If all goes
well the party should arrive here by
nightfall."
FAIR WARNING
Editor Star: In view of the fact
that some of our most valued citizens
seem to have failed to realize that in
this state we have certain laws evi evidently
dently evidently intended to eliminate the use
of intoxicating liquors within the bor borders
ders borders of Florida, I deem it my duty to
call attention of all concerned to some
of the features of these laws, in order
that those who violate same may know
what to expect.
You must not manufacture, sell,
barter or exchange such liquor, nor
transport same from one point in the
state to another point in the state, ex except
cept except as allowed by law; or to have
such liquor in your possession, cus custody
tody custody or control, except as provided by
the statute. As to these exceptions I
suggest you make a very careful
study, for, with few exceptions, it is
a case of "touch not, taste liot, handle
not."
Especial attention is called to the
fact that "it shall be unlawful for any
person to become or be drunk or in
toxicated that is, visibly- under the
influence of intoxicating liquor. This
feature of the law has not been im
pressed on some of our citizens in the
past as I shall attempt to see it done
in the future in view of the fact of
the more than, a yeax. which has pass passed
ed passed during which an opportunity has
been given to "sober up" and prepare
for what the law demands of all good
patriotic citizens. To those who fail
to heed this particular warning, and
especially those who are unable .. to
give a clear and full account from
whom they received their liquor, such
as will justify the conviction in this
county of the party supplying the so so-called
called so-called "beverage," I shall insist a
penalty be imposed of such nature as
will teach them to take nothing intox intoxicating
icating intoxicating short of being able to testify
who supplied it possibly a few treat treatments
ments treatments of this sort will cure "loss of
memory" on the part of some.
Violators of the statute are entitled
to a penalty of not to exceed a fine of
$500 or imprisonment for six months,
or both, when convicted in the county
judge's court of even being "intoxicat "intoxicated,"
ed," "intoxicated," so it will be seen the law is not
intended as a mete "white-washing"
process as some seem to think, but
has "teeth" which can bite good and
deep.
In conclusion, I desire to call upon
11 those who have the good of our be beloved
loved beloved Florida at heart to inform out
sheriff, or the undersigned, of all vio violations
lations violations of this law falling within their
notice, giving the time, place, name of
violate or violators, and of witnesses,
so that proceedings may be brought
against the offender or offenders, as
it is my sincere desire to do what I
can to have a clean up of this county
under the statute I have mentioned.
To those who so assist I beg to state
your names will be held' in confidence
by this office if you so desire. (
, L. N. Green,
Prosecuting Attorney.
Salt and fresh water fish, oysters,
hrimn. etc- at City FISH Market,
9 Ft. Kim Ave- nhone 158. 27-tf
"Prompt service and fair ; prices'
cur motto. Cook's Market and Groc
erv. Phone 243. 7-tf
UNITED SHOWS
Rides, combined to meet the
North, Near Union Depot

At First Driven Back by the Turks,
Later They Resumed
-

Their Advance
(Associated Press)
Rome, Jan. 11. Fighting between
the Turks and Greeks is reported in
the Meander river region of Asia Mi Minor.
nor. Minor. Many of the wounded have ar
rived at Smyrna. The Greeks started
the attack but the Turks broke the
Greek lines in several places.
OFFENSIVE IS SUCCEEDING
London, Jan. 11. The Greek off en
s:ve in Asia Minor, the beginning of
which was reported yesterday, result
cd in important successes for the
Greeks according to a communique of
the Greek general staff dated Sunday
?i.d reecived by the Greek legation
here today.
NOTICE, MEMBERS OF
BUSINESS WOMAN'S CLUB
There will be a meeting of the Bus Business
iness Business Woman's Club tonight at eight
o'clock in the club's rooms. A full at attendance
tendance attendance is urged as there will be an
election of officers for the new year.
WHAT DID YOU MAKE IN 1920?
Uncle Sam Begins Collection of Fed Fed-;
; Fed-; eral Income Tax for Last Year.
Same Rate As in 1919
Work has begun on the collection
of the income tax for the year 1920.
Uncle' Sam, through the buerau of
internal revenue, is addressing to eve every
ry every person in the United States the
question, "What was your net income
for 1920? The answer permits of no
guesswork. Every single person
whose net income for 1920 was $1000
or more and every married person
whose net income was $2000 or more
is required to file a return under
oath with the collector of internal
revenue for the district in which he
lives on or before March 15, 1921:
The penalty for failure is a fine of
not more than $1000 and an additional
assessment of 25 per cent of the
amount of tax due. For willful re refusal
fusal refusal to make a return the penalty is
a fine of not more than $10,000 or not
exceeding one year's imprisonment,
or both together with the costs of
piosecution. A similar penalty is
provided for making a false or frau-
aulent return, together with an addi
tional assessment of 50 per cent of
the amount of tax evaded.
Women Must Pay Tax
The income tax applies to women
as well as men. Husband and wife
must consider the income of both
plus that of minor dependent children,
and if the total equals or exceeds
$2000 a return must be filed. A minor
who has a net income in his own
right of $1000 or more 'must file a
separate return. To be allowed the
$2000 exemption a married person
must be living with husband or wife
on the last day of the taxable year,
December 31, 1920. Divorcees, per
sons separated by mutual agreement,
widows and widowers, unless they are
the sole support of others living in
the same household, in which case
they are allowed the $2000 exemption
granted the head of a family, are en
titled only to $1000 exemption.
Tax Rates for 1920
The normal tax rate for 1920 is the
same as for 19194 per cent on the
first $4000 of net income above the
exemption and 8 per cent on the re remaining
maining remaining neV income. This applies to
every citizen and resident of the
United States. In addition to the
normal tax a surtax is imposed upon
net income in excess of $5000.
Instructions on Form
Full instructions for making out
returns are contained on the forms,
copies of which may be obtained from
collectors of internal revenue. Per
sons whose net income for 1920 was
$5000 or less should use form 1040A.
Those with incomes in excess of $5000
should use form 1040.
Revenue officers will visit every
county in the United States to assist
taxpayers in making out their returns.
The date of their arrival and the lo-
catio nof their offices will be an
nounced by the press or may.be ascer
tained upon inquiry at the offices of
the collectors. This advisory service
is without cost to taxpayers.
Have your old mirrors re-silvered.
We do it promptly and at reasonable
prices. All work guaranteed. Ocala
Mirror Plating Works, Walter Yonge,
rronrietor. Phnne 504. 17-tf
i

So Far as He is Concerned, the Inau Inauguration
guration Inauguration Will be Inexpensive
and Simple

(Associated Press)
Marion Jan. 1L If Mr. Harding
has his way the inauguration will be
as devoid of frills as a frontier wed wedding.
ding. wedding. Having overturned plans for
a revival of the inaugural ball and
spectacular inaugural parade, he indi indicated
cated indicated today that as far as he con-,
sistently could he would keep away
from whatever crowds assembled in
Washington for the event' and make
the change jot administrations just a
matter of taking the executive offices
under new management.
WASHINGTON DISAPPOINTED
Washington, D. C, Jan. The
announcement that at the request of
Mr Harding the Washington inaugu inaugu-lal
lal inaugu-lal committee had cancelled all plans
for a celebration in connection with
the inauguration was received with
varying emotions. Those who opposed
reviving the custom of making the oc
casion a gala one, chiefly on account!
f the expense involved, expressed j
commendation. Others while sympa
thizing with the spirit which prompt prompted
ed prompted Harding's request, showed disap
pointment. House leaders expressed
the view that plans for an outdoor
inaugural ceremony at the capitol
probably will be abandoned.
CHESTNUT HOTEL-
BURNED IN CLEVELAND
(Associated Press)
Cleveland, Jan. 11. Two men are
dead from burns and eight persona, in including
cluding including three women, were injured
when fire swept the Chestnut hotel.
Several persons are reported missing.
The injured were hurt leaping from
the second story windows. Life nets
were spread out -by the firemen but in
the smoke and darkness several miss
ed the nets. N
WOMEN HOLD THEIR OWN
IN THE BUSINESS WORLD
Chicago, Jan. 11. Only a part of
the "Women engaged in industry dur
ing the war period have Most their
places through the return of men from
the war and the lack of unemploy unemployment,
ment, unemployment, Miss Mary Anderson, director
of the women's bureau of the United
States department of labor, reports.
"Statements to the bureau from
hrndredsof industry heads who era era-ployed
ployed era-ployed women during the war show
they have retained their female help,
while others state they have replaced
their women with male workers,"
Miss Anderson said.'
"Women won the admiration of em
ployers during the war period by
their ability to fill in on men's jobs.
Take for finstance lathe operators.
Ihousands of women became very ef efficient
ficient efficient and still retain their places
beside men operators. The war gave
American women a new opportunity
in industry and they grasped it?
There are two factors needed to in
sure women their place in industry,
Miss Anderson said. Protective leg legislation
islation legislation for the eight-hour day is
badly, needed, she declared, and add
ed that the women must "organize
within the next few years."
With the return.of prosperity, in
dustries will clamor for women work
ers, in the opinion of Miss Mary E.
McDowell of the University of Chi
cago settlement house, who is chair
man of the women industry commit
tee of the National League of ytomen
Voters. '
Good wholesome body materials
vith just the right quantity of sugar
and cinnamon make our cinnamon
rolls "delicious." Federal Bakery. 6t
Sterno "canned heat and cooking
Uensils at the Court Pharmacy. Phone
84. 7-t

Mnnirpllny McDfep CdDmmpsumy 1
ONE OF FLORIDA'S BEST GARAGES

Expert -Repairs Tires Gas and Oil
Accessories Storage
Main Street, Opposite Foundry ' OCALA, FLORIDA

Plan for Improvement of the Union
Station Approach Will
be Considered
- The Marion County Board of Trade
meets Thursday night." It will be the1
last meeting prior "to the annual meet meeting
ing meeting of the organization two weeks
from Thursday. The secretary asks
that the members make every effort
to attend this week's meeting to de decide
cide decide definitely upon the plan for im improvement
provement improvement of the union station ap approach,
proach, approach, in order that there might be
co further delay in getting the plan
before the city council and, the rail rail-reads.'
reads.' rail-reads.' The council meets again next
Tucday night. Contrary to the im impression
pression impression gained by some the plan for
improvement of the plaza does not call
for a large outlay of money on the
part of the city. The plan will do
away with the present unsightly con condition
dition condition of the plaza. The railroads
will be asked to put in the landscape
p!ots and the planting of palms and

shrubs will be 'done by the Board of
Trade as funds fop, the purpose become I
available. The two parkways on I
either side of Main street between
May street and the plaza will be
planted out by the Woman's Club. The
improvement of the plaza calls for
the grading and drainage of the plaza
on the part of the railroads. Under
the existing condition of the property
water collects there when it rains and
during the rainy season is particu particularly,
larly, particularly, bad.
LAWS WILL BE PASSED FOR
HEAVIER PUNISHMENT
T
' New York, Jan. 11 Legislators in
this state served notice during New
York's crime wave that at the next
session they intend introducing meas measures
ures measures to provide-greater punishment
for highwaymen- and burglars. 'With
daring robberies becoming every day
occurrences the courts here quickly
decided to met eout maximum punish punishment
ment punishment wherever possible' and raised
bail to insure keeping criminals be behind
hind behind bars.
In view of present conditions, bills
are being prepared for introduction in
several states to' increase the .maxi
mum penalty to death or life impris
onment.
LECOINTE MADE A
. NEW SPEED RECORD
Paris, Jan. 1. Sadi Lecointe, In his
record-breaking performance over a
four-kilometer course recently at Yil-
lacoublay when he averaged 194
miles per hour, negotiated one of the
kilometers in 11 seconds flat, or a lit
tle bettet than 200 miles an hour.
Lecointe droVe the same Nieuport
machine with which he. won the Gor
don Bennett cup last September. He
went the whole distance 10 feet from
the ground sweeping down from a
great height before crossing the start
ing line each time.
"I didn't think one could feel as cold
as 1 did," Kecomte said wnen asked
as to his impressions, "the chill went
right through my bones. The ther-
mo'meter registered four degrees be-
kw freezing on the ground."
EMERSON HOUGH STANDS
FOR NATURAL RESOURCES
Des Moines, la., Jan. 11- Attacks
on the national parks by contmercial
irterts seeking to promote hydro
electric power and irrigation schemes
are attacks on the very life of the na
tion, Emerson Hough of Chicago, yes yesterday
terday yesterday told the first national confer
ence on parks. Mr. Hough, author of
many books and magazine articles,
spoke from the experience of many
years spent in the national play
grounds, more especially from an ex exhaustive
haustive exhaustive trip of investigation which
he made last summer through Yel
lowstone which is affected by several
bills pending in Congress.

Swift mad Comfy Boats of the Day Day-.
. Day-. light Run Will Tomorrow Resume

Their Tripe for the Season
The Daylight Route between Silver
Springs and Palatka will begin opera operations
tions operations tomorrow when the Wekiwa
leaves Silver Springs early in the
morning.
For the present there will be a boat
each way on alternate days. On the
28th the daily service will begin, a
boat leaving each end of the route
early in the morning and arriving
about 5 o'clock in, the afternoon. -v
With each winter season the Silver
Springs-Oklawaha trip becomes more
popular among the thousands of visi visiters
ters visiters to the state. Everyone who takes
this delightful trip is co carried away
with the scenery encountered that he
tells his friends of it, which means
that very few people who have heard
of the wonders of Silver Springs pass
by the opportunity to see it.
Mr. Carmichael tells us that his
prospects for a heavy business this
reason is flattering, as he already has
hundreds of reservations booked for
the trip.
' Many of our own people do not
lealize the wonders of this all day
trip and should avail themselves' of
the opportunity to take a day off and
make it.
PLUCKY BELGIUM WINNING
THE BATTLE OF PEACE
Washington, Jan. 11. Belgium is
making good progress in rebuilding
farms and rehabilitating its,, agricul agricultural
tural agricultural production. Reports from the
American consul at Brussels show show-that
that show-that at the end of the first nine
months of 1920 more 'than. 61,775
acres out of about 148 .2 GO acres of
war-swept soil had been put into con
dition for cultivation.
Since the signing of the aVmistice
Belgium has put forward every pos possible
sible possible effort to rebuild and intensify
its agricultural industries. Assistance
in many different ways has been given
by the Belgian department of, agri agriculture
culture agriculture in order to encourage speedy
reconstruction.
The total area under cultivation
las year was a marked increase over
the 1919 area and the number of farm
animals has shown large increase.
nARD TIMES FOR FISHERMEN
Washington, 'Jan. 11- Production
ard .consumption of fishery products,
stimulated and encouraged by govern government
ment government and other agencies as a war
measure, haveshown a decided slump,
according to the bureau of fisheries.
A"large under-consumption of fish,
advancing prices of labor and mate materials
rials materials and a curtailment in the export
trade the report says, have placed
many fishermen in a serious .situa-
As the majority of fishermen are
small individual producers, who have
devoted their lives to their calling,
exposed to unusual hardships and
dangers, with little or no training for
a change of livelihood, the bureau of
fisheries says it is important that
some measure of relief be afforded
them. It is endeavoring to render
the industry such aid as it can with
the exceedingly limited funds as its
disposal.
KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS
Ocala Lodge No. 19. Conventions
held every Monday evening at 7:20
o'clock at the castle hall, over the G.
C. Greene Co. drugstore. A cordial
velcome to visiting brothers.
J. W- Akin, C. C.
Chas. K. Sage, K. of R. & S-
. Cream puffs and chocolate eclairs at
Carter's Bakery. ll-2t-
'Abruxzi seed rye. $4 per tmsheL
Rust proof seed oats, $1X0 per bushel.
Ocala Seed Store. 22-tf



OCALA EVENING STAR, TUESDAY, JAUAKY 11. 1921

Ocala Evening Star

Pabltefcetf Ettt Day Eiftft Sdy by
STAR PUBLISHING COMPANY,
OCALA, FLORIDA.

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econd-class matter.

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- The oddest thing 5 in
friendships.

life is its

Many old frontier saloons in the

west are being donated and re-built

into parsonages and churches.

The Star's columns are always open
to its friends; if any of them have

kicks to make on public matters, they

can have the space.

more land than Great Britain, France INCOME TAX IN A NUTSHELL

or Italy. But the British Empire has

nearly three times the area and morel Who? Single persons who had net

than three times the population of I income of $1000 or more for the vear

America. France, Italy and Japan 11920; married couples who had net in-

are powerful nations. .Brazil is as big come of $2000.

as the continental United States and! When? March 15, 1921. is the final

has more people than any three of our I date for filing returns and making

big states. Belgium and Jugo-Slavia (first payments.

M-e greater in population than any! Where? Collector of internal reve

but our two strongest states. Needn't Jnue for district in which the person

sneer at the league of nations. It (resides.

has more than seven hundred million! How? Full directions on form 1040

people m it, and if they all pull to-A and form 1040; also the law and

gether they can make anything move! regulations.

their way. I What? Four per cent normal tax on

taxable income up to $4000 in excess

There are constant complaints made I of exemption. Eight per cent normal

by travelers and our own people of (tax on balance of taxable income,
the shortness of the sheds on the! Surtax from 1 per cent to 65 per cent

platforms of the union station. Com-Ion net incomes over $5000.

plaint is also made of the manner in

which southbound Seaboard trams! NOTICE

rtop. The local trains always come

to a stop in such a position that the I Air. u. 15. uverton is now our
rear coaches are on the other side of funeral director and embalmer. Night

the Coast lane from the station and phone 515, day phone 47.

passengers have to get off on the 25-tf George MacKay & Company.

ground and walk forward one. or two

car lengths and across the Coast line I Meet me at the American Cafe,

tracks before they reach the plat- Union Station, Ocala, for a regular
forms. This is a miserable way to do, dinner family style. Best dinner in
particularly when it is raining, all the the state for 75c Eat and drink -all

more so from the fact that the rear you want. Time for dmner 11 a. m. to

coaches sometimes stand further back 12:30 p: m. Owned and operated by

than the water tank, and there is no I Americans. tf

path fit for ladies or even men within

handbaggage to walk on. There is no

sense in this, for there is plenty of
room alongside the platform for the

southbound trains, and it is the Star's

opinion that it is against the law for

the trains to styp across the tracks

of another road anyhow. On the Sea-

October 31, 1920, has been designat

ed by the Italian government as the
official date of the war's close. We

have not closed yet.

Los Angeles is building a hote!

where it will be possible to feed four

thousand persons at one time. Tt wil

take almost all the money in the city

to pay the bill and tip the waiters.

The military taxation of Switzer

land exceeds $4.50 for every man,
woman and child of the little nation.

That's a small sum compared to -what
Josephus and Baker would saddle on

America.

American products are being ad

vertised in the theaters of India by

means of motion picture films. Views
of road-making machinery at work

prove to be especially interesting to

the natives.

A former soldier, a member of the

A. E. F., of Chattanooga, coughed up

a bullet which had been fired into his

lung in an engagement in the Argon-

r.e. So far, no profiteer has coughed

up anything.

A new horror threatens civilization,

A rooster crowing near the transmit

ter of a wireless telephone in Roc'

Island, Illinois, awoke the wife of the

man on the receiving end of the tele

phone in Dallas, Texas.

The X-ray is used in airplane con

struction to detect defective materials,

weak metal castings and workman

smp, which would otherwise escape

the eyes of an inspector. It wasn'i

in use during the war.

There are thousands of child nar

cotic addicts in New York according

to the New York state narcotic con

trol commission. Where the parents

are 'addicts the children living" with
them are almost sure to be addicts,

too.

Build a Home

Now.
Builder will co-operate financiall

board trains north, people desiring to Ion a fifty-fifty basis with responsible
go to the dining room, if they are in I persons who wish to build a home.

the rear coaches, have to walk some I Designs and drawings free. Build a
distance to get under the sheds. Thelhome to your own liking and reqaire-

Coast Line is in better shape, but the Iments.

sheds over the platforms on both sides
of the depot are too short and too

narrow. This is a matter in wmcn uie

railroad commission should interfere.

APPLY AT STAR OFFICE

L. ALEXANDER

AND

PRACTICAL CARPENTER

BUILDER
Careful estimates made on all con

tract vork. Gives more and better
work fr the money than any other

Monday, the Star received a batch

of mail exactly one month old. It con

sisted of a letter mailed from Wash

ed Ocala Dec m nA Bf.t J in the city.'-

exchanges, all printed within 125

miles of Ocala, and dated Dec 9 and

10. They-had been holed up some

where for a solid month. There is an

entirely useless delay in mail reach

ing Ocala from several parts of the

state. The DeLand, Orlando and

Lakeland papers printed in the aft afternoon
ernoon afternoon should be in Ocala next morn

ingat least; they arrived here at
that" time regularly and steadily a few
years ago. Now they arrive from
twenty-four to thirty-six hours after

they are printed. All these papers of

Saturday afternoon arrived this week
Monday afternoon. The Orlando

Keporter-otar or Sunday morning

came in this morning. The Gaines

ville Sun printed forty-two miles away

sometimes arrives twenty-four hours

after publication. The St. Petersburg
Times, printed every morning in

plenty of time to catch the morning

mail out of St. Petersburg comes in

twenty-four hours lata about three

days in the week. Of course this may
be attributable to the laziness of the

mailing departments oi the papers

aforesaid, but it isn't likely.

J. D. DAWKINS
ALL KINDS OF
FRESH MEATS FISH
and OYSTERS
EVERY
TUESDAY and FRIDAY
Phone 519
111 W. Broadway

Our Specialty Is

kuildind

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A federal prohibition agent of Seat Seattle
tle Seattle rpnorts that after two vears'

search a still was found which was YOU SAVE MONEY

uuu"8"7 HCn your shoe bills by having us re-

uacucu uy wuBu uuuuw bnild your old sh08. Our-charges an
log. the entrance of which was con- moderate, and we guarantee satisfac

ceaiea uy stumps ana Driars. waiermon.

was piped from a spring to a room

10 by 14 feet, from which a sewer led

to the river.

MAZON&CO.

An American botanist, after years Ten Cent Store and Certa

in Salt Lake City is a $400,000 mon

ument built in honor of sea gulls,

When Mormons first settled hi Utah

the sea gulls destroyed the locusts
which endangered the crops and the
monument was erected in their memory.

oi experimenting, has succeeded- in
growing colored cotton. Light brown,
dark brown, light green and dark

green are the four colors so far pro

duced. The botanist is now working

Drug Store

BILIOUS CHILDREN

The great English novelist, Charles
Dickens, is a favorite in Russia. Both
"The Cricket on the dearth" and "A
Christmas Carol" have been drama dramatized
tized dramatized there. Russia is destitute of au authors
thors authors who can write anything interest interesting.
ing. interesting.

The Chinese claim that certain of
- their Buddhist priests explored the
ccast of Mexico, visited the Aztec em empire
pire empire and crossed into Alaska one
thousand years before the, Spanish in invasion!"
vasion!" invasion!" They were more considerate
of the natives than our Puritans nad
cavaliers.

There are now 48 states in the
league of nations. Well, that's noth nothing.
ing. nothing. There are that many states in
the United States, and some of them
more important than dinky little nations.-
Palm Beach Post.
True, Friend Post. New York has
more people than Belgium, and Texas

STirtr MafMhaasU..! in Sccrfal

Use, Praised by an Arkansas

would like to have a few shirts from

that cotton; they wouldn't show dirt.

Jacques VillanL missing editor of
a St. Louis magazine, has returned

home from Chicago. He had been

Mother, "Soon Does

Its Work."

Marmaduke, Ark. Epeaking of
Thedford's Black-Draught, which from

missing since- Christmas, when he dis-1 long use in her household has become
appeared in Chicago. No explanation regarded as "the family medicine"
t , Mrs. Marr EL HilL of Route 1. this

that a man who had been missing fori "When the children get bilious, I

ten davs in Chicago wouldn't cive anvl riTe them a couple of good doses, and

' l when we have sour stomacn, neaoacuB,

iim Black-DrauxM. It is an easy laxa-

1' 19 Maxwell truck, Al shape: reas-1 tire, and soon does the work. I cer-

onable and terms if desired. Spencer-1 talnly think It la one of the Best rtm-

Pedricfc Motor Co.

29-tf

AMOUNCErilENT
, ATT.

I BUCK CARS
i EQUIPPED WITH
I CORD TIRES

SPENCER PEDRICK
motor co.

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ediea made.'

Black-Draught acts on the jaded
liver, gently, but positively,-and helps
It la Its Important function of throw throwing
ing throwing out waste materials and, poisons
from the system.
In thousands of households Black Black-Draught
Draught Black-Draught is kept handy for Immediate
use in time of need. Prompt treatment
often is half the battle, and will often
prevent slight ills from developing in into
to into serious troubles.
Its well-established merit. daring
more than 70 years of successful use,
should convince you of the helpful
effects obtainable by taking Black Black-Draught
Draught Black-Draught for liver and stomach dis disorders.
orders. disorders. Get a package today,' and

keeD it in your house. See that

the package bears the words,
Thedford's Black-DraughV" v NG-141

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OTICE

The Treasury Department now ad advises
vises advises that permanent 4 1-4 per cent
Fourth Liberty Loan Coupon Bonds are
ready for delivery against surrender of
temporary Coupon Bonds.
We will be glad to make this exr
change for any holders without cost to
holders.

tie mu mwmki mm
JOHN L. EDWARDS, President CHARLES S. CULLEN, Vice-President
H.D.STOKES, Cashier

BIG
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STARTS ;

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Remember The first 50 customers get
a 90-cent Broom for 10 cents.
Let the breakfast dishes wait.
C!ome with the crowds. 7
Share in these big bargains.
Make your dollar pull a double load during
this sale.
Don't forget In The Morning (Wednesday) at
9:30 A.M.
B THERE.

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S! BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION

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All Buick Car3 'Equipped With Cord Tires.
We Make a Specialty of Parts for the Buick and the
Consistent with the Cost of Same.

Prices are

GOODYEAR AND U. S. TIRES AND TUBES
Exclusive Agents lor "VESTA BATTERY, 18 l!o. Gnarantee
-An Up-to-Date Battery Serriee Station

We Maintain an Up-to-Date Garage with Expert Workmen.
Times, Auusing Prompt and Efficient Service.

at all

GASOLINE, OILS AND GREASE.

SPENCER-PEDRIIK MOTOR CO.
PHONE271

Ocala

Florida

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FESSENDEN ACADEMY

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in a

JUBILEE CONCERT

at

Mount Zion A. M. E. Church
Wednesday Evening
JANUARY 12th, 1921
at 8 o'clock
ADMISSION FREE
An offering will be taken lor the In Industrial
dustrial Industrial department of Fessenden
Academy.
II. S. BARNWELL. Principal

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KB THURSDAY J811. M

The board of public instruction in
and for Marion county met January
A, 1921, in regular session with W. T.
Gary, chairman, C. R- Veal and A. J.
Stephens present.
Minutes of last meeting read and
approved.
On 'account of the crowded condi condition
tion condition of the Ocala primary school, an another
other another teacher was granted for the
first grade.

Complaint was made that party
conveying children from Marshville to
Burbank was getting them to school
late. The superintendent was instruct instructed
ed instructed to write Mr. Luther Marsh and
state that children must be gotten to
school on time.

Frank Abate was allowed $30 per

month to convey pupils, into Ocala.
Plan of F. G. Russ on report sheet
referred to superintendent.
At this period the incoming super

intendent H. G. Shealy took the place
of S. pt. W. D. Cam. The new board

was organized with W. T. Gary,

chairman.

Mr. C. M. Carn of Reddick recom

mended that school board buy lot of
two acres facing Dixie Highway, in
Reddick, from Peter Brown at ?50 per

acre, on which to build negro school

building in place of the one destroyed

by fire. Also that the old lot of one one-half
half one-half acre be sold for one good well,
cemented all the way, completed on

new lot. Chairman and secretary au

thorized to issue warrant to Peter
Brown in payment of said lot when
supplied with written agreement from
trustees of Reddick district, and ab

stract.

Motion of A. J. Stephensr seconded

by C. R. Veal, that $100 per month be
allowed for office help for next six
months, ending with July 1921.

Complaint of two trustees at Sparr

that absentees from school be looked

after. C. C. Higeinbotham appointed

attendance officer of said district.

Request of Mack Mahaffey, colored,

for increase in salary at Citra refused.

All sundry bills and teachers' re

ports examined and ordered paid.

Board adjourned to meet Wednes

day morning at 9 o'clock. Board met

Wednesday morning with all members
present.

A resolution of thanks and appre

ciation offered by Mr. Stephens, was
accepted by board to Mr. W. D. Carn

for his able administration as super superintendent
intendent superintendent during last year.

Mr. Ross of Gaiter called in behalf

of Pine Level school, stating that
they only had eight pupils. It was
agreed that Pine Level school be dis discontinued,
continued, discontinued, that Miss Nora Colson be

employed as teacher for Heidtville.
Mr. Ross agreed to convey pupils from
Pine Level to Heidtville for $50 per
month.
Resignation of M. J. Timmons as
trustee at Citra' accepted by board.

Petition for the consolidation of
Ehenezer and Paisley school districts
into one and one school be maintained.
Petition deferred until next month.
Motion that extra session be held
Jan. 15th to pass on bills and reports
carried. :
Bank statements checked and found

correct.

- No further business, board adjourn adjourned
ed adjourned to meet Jan. 15, 1921.
H. G. Shealy. Sec'y.

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SALE

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IT'S A SCREAM!
Surpasses Tivin Beds' and ''Fair "and
Warmer" as a Laugh Promoter

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PRESBYTERIAN SILVER TEA

The members of circle No. 4 Of the
Presbyterian church held their regu regular
lar regular monthly silver tea at the home of
their chairman, Mrs. W. V. Newsom
yesterday afternoon.
Receiving with the circle and hos hostess
tess hostess were Mrs. Richard Dodge, Mrs.
W. F. Creson and the tatter's sister,
Mrs. Bloch. Mrs. E. L. Carney also
assisted the hostess in entertaining
her guests.
Quite a number of ladies called

during .the afternoon and a very

pleasant social time was spent. The

silver offering was indeed satisfac

tory.

For this occasion poinsettias, pink

roses and ferns were the pretty dec decorations
orations decorations used in the hall, living room

and dining room As the conclusion

of the afternoon a dainty salad course

and coffee were enjoyed.

A CHARMIVO jVTmOTK YOJt XEAtOtTS HUSBANDS..
AND A SURE- FIRE REMEDY FOR THE -BIXES
ROI COOPER MEGRUE'S

"DIXKurTFUI. COMEDY DIRECT "FROM A RUN OVOB SOLID YKA

A Great Broadway Cast including
Millicent Hanley, J. W. Cowell
Margaret Tyler
One solid year in NeW York. Original Production
and Effects.

NOTICE

The annual meeting of the stock
holders of the Carroll Motors Com

pany will be held at the offices of the

company, in Ocala, Fla- on Wednes

day, January 19th, 1921, at 10 o'clock

a. m. R. R. Carroll, President.

Attest: A. A. Griffin,
Vice President and Acting Sec'y.

Ocala, Fla., December 5, 1921. tf

50c, 77c, $1.00, $1.50 and $2.00
Seats on Sale at ConrI Pharmacy MONDAY

FARM FOR SALE

A complete line of Norris' famous

candies and CROWN LOG CABIN

Read tfee "Ads." You Will Find Many Bargains ecan roiis at the court pharmacy. 6t

l arm of 160 acres of good 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-S0t

See our Two-Page Advertisement in
this paper Thursday for the Great Greatest
est Greatest Bargains offered in years.
It will pay you to wait until ;
you see our offerings before
, you make your purchases
elsewhere.
Our entire stock of depend-,,
able merchandise consisting
of fine Ready-to-Wear, Dry
Goods, Millinery and No Notions
tions Notions will be offered at the
Lowest Prices since 1916.
This will NOT be a "Going Out of
Business" Sale, but a sale to Stay in
Business and Bring Back PRE-WAR
PRICES;

Again we advise you to

"The Fashion Center

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OCALA EVENING STAR, TUESDAY, JANUARY 11. 1521

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OCALA OCCUHREHCES

If you have any
phone, to five-one.

society items,

Mrs. M. Chenowith postmistress at
Lake Weir, was an out of town shop shopper
per shopper on the streets today.
Crocus, daffodil and hyancinth bulbs
at the Court Pharmacy. Phone 184. 6t

Mrs. Leon Mason is assisting Mr.
Mack Taylor at the Auto Sales Com Company
pany Company for a couple of weeks.
Cream puffs and chocolate eclairs at
Carter's Bakery. ll-2t

Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Mayo of Sum Sum-,
, Sum-, merfield were well known visitors and
shoppers in town this morning.

Seafood, always to be bad fresh at
"3ty FISK Market, 9 Ft. King Ave. tf
Mrs. Lester Lucas is a visitor in

Jacksonville for two weeks, the guest

of her sister, Mrs. Estelle Yonge. :

, Chuck steak 20c. linl? sausage 30c,
sausage meat- 20c, hamburger steak

25c. Cook's Market and Grocery.

Phone 243. 7-tf

Mr. Sands Haviland of Belleview
and Mr. J. T. Peacock of Fairfield

were business visitors in the city for

the day.

Don't fail to visit the Guarantee

Clothing & Shoe Company. Every

thing we sell i3 guaranteed. We're
fighting for QUALITY nofr prices, tf

Mrs.J. Malever and small sori, Ar Arthur
thur Arthur have returned home from a pleas

ant week's visit with relatives in

Jacksonville-

Mrs. Leverett Futch is entertaining
a few of her unmarried friends this
afternoon at auction in compliment $o

her cousin, Miss Melrose Kennedy of

Statesboro, Ga.

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

After a pleasant visit to her re la

tives and friends beer, Msr. E. L. Ma

oney has returned to ner Dome

Jacksonville.

in

Guy land Proctor,', who enlisted in

the navy a year or more ago, has re received
ceived received an honorable discharge and re returned
turned returned home.

Mrs. Grace Long was brought be

fore Judge Futch yesterday afternoon.

After hearing the testimony, the

judge placed her under $300 bond to
await the action of the next grand
jury. Her mother, Mrs. Bessie E.
Adams of Kenwood, arrived today to

try and make arrangements to secure

her daughter's release.

The county road crew and machin

ery are hard at work on the Dixie

Highway by Lake Weir. The road

had become almost impassable.

1916 seven-passenger Buick. Good

faint. Good tires. Very reasonable.
Terms if desired. Spencer-Pedrick

Motor Co. 10-tfQ

Mrs. Geo. J. Blitch, Mrs. J. A. Har

vey, Mrs. -A. C Pickett and Mrs. L. C.

Hester made up a charming quartet
of Williston ladies in Ocala today.

They said the Blitchton road was bet

ter, but by no means well yet.

The rope dancer who performed on
tight rope between Hunter's cafe

and the Ocala House yesterday after

noon, gave quite a spectacular exhi-

ition. He said he had been sick, and

was yet nervous, so when he is in good
condition he must be able to do won wonders.
ders. wonders. We understand he will give an another
other another performance today. Those who
attend the exhibition should not be

shy when the hat passes, for, if they

are interested enough to watch the
man peril 'life and limb they should

pay for the thrill.

Arthur Malever is the proudest

four-year-old boy in town. He has
just received from his grandmother a

handsome present a small but lively

pony and a neat little buggy to match

Arthur wouldn't swap places right

now with Eddie Rickenbacher.

Ex-County Judge Wm. E. Smith has
rented office room at No. 11 Gary

block and serves notice on his friends

that his legal talents are at their dis disposal.
posal. disposal. Mr. Smith is well-versed in
the law and there is no doubt that he

will soon have a large practice.

Miss Melrose Kennedy of States

boro, Ga., will conclude Thursday a

delightful visit in the city as the

guest of her aunt, Mrs. Raiford Sim

mons. Miss Kennedy will the accom accompanied
panied accompanied home by her aunt Mrs. Sim Simmons,
mons, Simmons, who will spend several weeks

visiting" relatives.

Judge Futch has performed his
first wedding ceremony. In his office

Monday he joined the hearts and

hands of Mr. Henry Wilson of Wild

wood and Miss Amanda Thompson of

Ocala. None present but the high
contracting parties and the judge, but
a person who peeped in at the window

sai dthe judge performed like a vet
eran.

Send your pictures to us to "be
fiamed. Roberts A Spencer. Phone
350. 10-Ct

story ten

UNCLASSIFIED
ADVERTISEMENTS
WANTED, LOST, FOUND, FOR
SALE, FOR RENT AND SIM SIMILAR
ILAR SIMILAR LOCAL NEEDS

rOR SALE Two

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 St,
Ocala. V i-Ct

Rates: Six lines, maximum, one time,
25c; three times, 50c; six times, 75c;
one month, S3. Payable in advance.

old

as a

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

Auto Repairing
2FFICIENT WORKMEN,
PROMPT SERVICE
REASONABLE CHARGES

We repair all makes of cars and
pecialize on Maxwell, Chalmers and
Oakland autos.
GEO. J. WILLIAMS
Formerly Carroll Motor Company
Garage, Osceola St.

WANTED Young man 24 years

with four years' experience

steno-book keeper desires a position
in Ocala. Can furnish the best of

references. Address Box 323, Moul Moultrie,
trie, Moultrie, Ga. ll-6t

Mr. and Mrs. A. Gerber and son,

I'rvin of Reading, Pa., are guests of
Mr. and Mrs. N. U. Kindt : at their

residence in the third ward.

FREE Garden plot and part of house

to married couple with auto. Ref References
erences References exchanged. For particulars

call at Maxine, North Main St. 11-tf

WANTED Twenty-five woodchop-

cord. Apply to T. S. Mathews, Or

ange Lake, Fla. 5-6t

yyuuu uaK ana pine, cut to any

length; delivered on short notice.

Phone Mrs. E. L. Howell, Oak,

Fla. 20-tf

IHERO-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 Wood yard,

phone 167. 26-lm

room f OR SALE Full blood Poland China

boar. Herlong stock. R. E. Smed-

4-9t

FOR SAIE 1500 budded orange

trees, Pireapple and Parson Brown,
one year old budded on five year old
our roots; from 3 to 5 ft high.
Price, 60c. and 75c Write me or
see me at IL B. Masters Co. L E.
Cordrey, Ocala. Fla. 15-lm

WQOD Giles Wood Yard. Season Season-id
id Season-id oak-or1 pine wood, for either stove

jr fireplace; $1 and $2 per load. Yard

orner South Main and Third streets.
Txone 12. 15-lm

FOR SALE House and lot; large

double-front two-acre lot; several
pear and pecao 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 ISO,
Ocala, Fla., or call at 1145 South
Orange St. 7-Gt

OR SALE Six room house with
large lot on South Orange street.
(The Gamble place). Apply to Jer Jer-ry
ry Jer-ry Burnett's tailor shoo or phone
316. x 29-tf

FARM WANTED Would .like to

hear from owner that has farm for
sale in Marion county. Give loca location,
tion, location, description and price -in first
letter. Address, "Farmer," care
Ocala Evening Star. 3-18t.

rOR SALE Five room, house and
bath room, large -lot, in fine neigh-

' borhood, Wenona street, near high
school. Price very low. L M. Mur Murray,
ray, Murray, Holder block, Ocala. V 6-6t

rOR SALE Pretty bungalow on East
Fourth street, six rooms with all
modern conveniences and a garage

Terms attractive. Price lew. L, M.
Murray,- Holder block, Ocala. 6-6t

OAKD 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 Six room house and lot,
216 West Fourth St. Easy terms.

See owned, 504 South Lime street,

WANTED-To buy, a Singer sewing

machine. Must be in good condition
and cheap. Address Box 353, Ocala,

Fin fiQ

ley, Santos, Fla.

LOST Tuesday night in the city,

crank for Oakland six. Reward by
returning to Star office. 8-lt

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 reward.-
8-3t

FOR SALE Thoroughbred Collie

pups, eligible to registration. Ap Apply
ply Apply to Berry Carter, Route A,
Ocala, Fla. 10-6 f

LOST 30x3 H tire on steel Chevrolet

rim; between Ocala and Lake Weir
Sunday. Suitable reward by return returning
ing returning to Ocala Auto & Garage Com Company.
pany. Company. 10-St

FOR SALE Large property on Fort
King avenue, 12-room residence
with baths on each floor. Some
heavy furniture goes with' place."
Property fronts three streets. A
wonderful opportunity for an apart apartment
ment apartment proposition or for building on
vacant portion of property. 1 For
price and terms, address Box 609,
Ocala, Fla.' 10-Ct

LOST Right hand black kid glove,
Sunday afternoon between postofike
and Fourth street. Pone 442 or
address 301 Fourth street. Mrs.
Lloyd Colson and receive reward. It

Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Howard and
Mrs. S. T. Sistrunk will leave tomor tomorrow
row tomorrow in -the former's automobile for a
week's visit to relatives in Miami and
Fort Lauderdale.

Abruzzi seed rye, $4 per bushel.
Rust proof seed oats, $1.50 per bushel.
Ocala Seed Store. 22-tf

Mrs. W.- J. Frink and daughter,
Bettie are expected in the city within
the next few days from their home at
Sumica to spend a month as the

guests of Mrs.
E. Mclver.

Fresh oysters and full line of fresh
vegetables and fruits at all times.
Cook's Market and Grocery. Phone
243. 7-tf

Frink's father Mr. D.

When you buy fish from us they are
iressed ready for cooking. Oysters
and shrimp. City FISH Market, No.
No. 9 Ft. King Ave., phone 158. 27-tf

Miss Mabel Meffert was the hostess
last night entertaining the members
of the "A" club at their regular
weekly meeting The regular games
of auction' were 1 enjoyed and at the
conclusion Miss Meffert served a
fruit salad course and coffee, cake
and candy. Playing with the club

were Mrs. Emanuel Martin and Miss

Meme Davis and top score was made
by Mrs. Martin who was awarded a
pretty and useful gift. Miss Onie

Chazal won the consolation. The

next meeting will be held with Miss
Sue Moore.

Judge J. C. B. Koonce returned tu
his home at BushnelTthis afternoon
aftej" several days spent in the city
with his family. Judge Koonce is
nursing a broken arm, caused by the
kick of a Ford.

Don't fail to visit the Guarantee
Ulothing & Shoe Company. Every Every-hing
hing Every-hing we sell is guaranteed. .We're
.ghting for QUALITY not prices, tf
The wedding of Dr. James Francis
Curry and Miss Claudia O'Neal takes
place this afternoon at 5 o'clock at the
Baptist church and it will be an event
of much interest to many friends of
both parties throughout the state.

While visiting in the city during
the holidays, grandma declared that
Federal Bread had that honest to

goodness home-made taste. 5-6t

V

Mrs. J. H. Hydrick and handsome

son, Augustus left yesterday after

noon for their home at Orangeburg,
S. C, after a month's visit in the city,

guests at the home of Mrs. Hy Hydride's
dride's Hydride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. 'J. H
- Livingston. :

Don't fail to visit the Guarantee

Clothing & Shoe Company. Every

thing we sell is guaranteed. We're
fighting for QUALITY not prices, tf

Make your wants known t.j adver adverting
ting adverting them

mcam
OF

aumi

Cows

XL.

US.

On the above date, beginning promptly at 10 o'clock
a. m., I will sell at public auction to the highest bidder

as

: C. Cecil Bryant:

Accounting and Auditing j
PHONE 332

Start, the New Year

fright. If your eyes trou

ble you. have them ex-

amined. Make this your

resolution for 1921.

DR. K. J. WEIHE,
Optometrist and Optician
- Eyesight Specialist

RAILROAD

SCHEDULES

C. V. Roberts- is framing pictures
and hasn't left Ocala. Phone 350. 6t

Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Stephens and
family have moved onto the farm
known as the old J. L. Smoak place
about two miles northwest of town,
owned by Mr. D. E. Allen of Yonkers,
N Y7 This property will be in charge
cfIr. Stephens.

Mrs. Mamie Stovall returned this
morning from a three weeks' visit to
Tampa as a guest at the home of her
son, Mr. W. O. Stovall, and family.
Mrs. Stovall was called home on ac account
count account of the illness of. her mother,

Mrs. Francis Howse, but friends of
the family will be glad to learn of th
marked improvement in' Mrs. Howse's

condition, which was very serious sev

eral days ago.

-. Arrival and departure of passenger
trains at OCALA UNION STATION.

The following schedule figures pub

lished as information and not guaranteed.

T (Eastern Standard Time)

SEABOARD ATB LINE RAILROAD

Lea e

:15 am
:55 pm
:17 pm

Arrive
2:10 am
1:84 am
4:15 pm

2:15 am
:15 am

2:15 am

4:05 pa

2:10 am

4:17 pin

Jacksonville-N'York
. Jacksonville
Jacksonville
Tarn pa pail
il pail ana tee tee-St.
St. tee-St. Petersburg
Tampa
-Manatee-

:05 pm Tampa-St. Petrsbrg 4:17 pm

ATLANTIC COAST LINE R. R.

Leave Arrive
2:12 cm Jacksonville-N'York 2:48 am

1:45 pm Jksonville-Gainsville 3:S5 pns
6:42 am Jksonville-Gnesville 10:13 pm
2:4& am StJetsbrg-Lakeland 2:12 am
3:35 pm St .Petabrg-Lak eland 1:25 pm
7:10 am Dunnellon-Wilcox -7:25
am DuneIlon-Lkeland 11:03 pm
3:25 pm Homosassa 1:30 pm
10:13pm Leesburg 6:42 am
1:45 pm Gainesville 11:50 an?
"Monday, Wednesday, Friday.
. "Tueaday. Thursday. Saturday.

Mesidl

Monies

4 .tV.

1

Cows

The 'horses and mules are in singles and pairs, well matched,- thor thoroughly
oughly thoroughly broken and all in finest condition READY TO WORK. These
animals are now at my stable,; where private parties can buy or
exchange.
The cows are everyone guaranteed to be milch cows, either fresh
now or will be in a short time. All are gentle and well blooded and
you are sure to find just what you desire in;this lot.
AUCTION WILL BE HELD AT MY NEW LOCATION
M. 20 Wo IFi MM Ave.

(Co R LAWMEMCE
(Better known as Uncle Charlie j

Two Ford Cars in Good Condition. 1917 and 1918 Models
.- - ' v..

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