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OCALA,-FLORIDA. WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 12, 1921.
HE HAS A CLAIM
Ob the United States as a Political
Washington, Jan. 12 Formal claim
tc the rights of a political refugee
was made today by Lord Mayor
O'Callaghan of Cork, who entered the
country as a stowaway without a
passport and whose case is now be before
fore before President Wilson for a final de decision
cision decision as a result of differences be between
tween between the state and labor ""depart ""departments.
ments. ""departments. Mayor O'Callaghan arrived
here today from New York, and ex expects
pects expects to testify tomorrow before the
commission investigating: conditions
STEAMER IX DISTRESS
Ontaneda Twelve Hundred Miles Off
New York Citv, Calling
Montreal, Jan. 2. The Norwegian
freight steamer Ontaneda. reported
yesterday in distress 1200 miles off
New York, today continued to send
out urgent radio calls. The Ontaneda's
steering gear was disabled by heavy
seas and the captain and six members
of the crew are badly injured. Pre Preparations
parations Preparations are being made to abandon
the ship, a radio said. Other vessels
are speeding to assist the ship.
BRITISH VIEW OF
THE NAVAL SITUATION
London, Dec. 24. Any attempt by
Great Britain to builds a big navy in
competition with the United States
would be "absolutely disastrous," say
some of the leading weekly periodicals
of Ixmdon. in commenting on the
naval estimates for the current year.
As presented in the house of commons
these estimates weer fixed at 90,872, 90,872,-300.
300. 90,872,-300. The Spectator condemns the post postwar
war postwar recrudescence pf "navalism" un under
der under the caption "The Naval Skin
Game." "Against whom should we be
building?" is asKs. -Jbitner .agamsi
America or Japan. We should not be
1 building against both for an alliance
between them against Great Britain
"We want to say most emphatically
. that in our opinion a competition with
American would be absolutely disas disastrous.
trous. disastrous. We hope the nation will never
consent to it."
Any suggestion of a "two keels to
one" naval policy as directed against
vthe United States the Spectator dis dismisses
misses dismisses as ludicrous, and it under
scores the pnrase: we musi not. iorm
our policy on the possibility of a war
"If ever we joined with Japan
again America, we should have sound sounded
ed sounded the 'knell cf the British Empire,"
the paper concludes.
The Nation, which brands big nav nav-alism
alism nav-alism as sheer lunacy, also strongly
opposes naval competition with the
United States which it says will have
a navy superior to the British in 1924.
"We cannot successfully enter on a
shipbuilding competition with Amer America
ica America which has twice our population
and four times our resources," this
paper says and it continues:
"Our navalists have put another
rail in the coffin of the league of na
tions. Unless this policy is repudiat
ed at once, it will do more than any
thing else to keep America out of the
league, to impel her to a political and
economic isolation, developing her
full powers of military and naval de defense,
fense, defense, drawing the South American
states into a Pan-Americanism,-fatal
to the larger internationalism, and
depriving the broken countries of Eu Europe
rope Europe of the economic and financial aid
that they badly need, and that only
the trade and credit of America can
supply. That way lies neitner peace,
"nor economic recovery, nor financial
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The Outlook which apologizes for
"inflicting on the reader the painful
subject of an Anglo-American war
which is rightly not considered think thinkable
able thinkable by most of us," considers that
under existing conditions of mine and
submarine warfare, the British fleet,
were it twice as big as it is, could not
venture into American waters, nor
could the Americans, with thrice the
number of dreadnoughts they possess,
venture to approach the British
Incidentally, the Saturday Review
puts in a strong plea for the sale of
the West indies ay ornam w me
United States, in order to reauce Brit British
ish British indebtedness to America, without
sacrificing British trade interests.
Fresh oysters and full line of fresh
vegetables and fruits at all, times
Cook's Market and Grocery. Phone
If She Asks for Smaller Armies and
Navies, Other Nations Will
' Make Favorable Answer
Washington, Jan. 11- Should the
United States call upon the nations
of the world for a full,' free and fair
discussion of reduction of armaments,
a favorable response would be prompt
and inevitable, the House naval com committee
mittee committee was told today by General
Tasker IL Bliss, former American
representative on the supreme war
council at Paris.
Sunday morning, Jan. tSh, the death
angel visited Sparr and took one of
cur best citizens, Mr. E. Clemmons.
Mr. Clemmons was from near Orange
Springs, in the northeast portion of
the county, September 17, 1854. He
married Miss Fannie Blount of Bay
City, Jan. 24, 1879.. This marriage
was blessed with nine children, eight
of whom are still living. Mr. Clem Clemmons
mons Clemmons moved to Sparr seventeen years
ago and settled in what is known as
Rutland, where he spent the remain remainder
der remainder of his life. He made many, friends
during these years who learned to
respect and esteem him. He was an
exemplary man and an all around
good citizen. After coming to Span Span-he
he Span-he united with the Baptist church,
making an efficient member and al
ways doing his duty as he saw it. He
was for a number of years, a member
of the board of trustees of the public
school, making an efficient member.1
He leaves to mourn his loss a broken
hearted widow and eight .children,
five boys, namely, Henry Clemmons of
Citra; Noah Clemmons of Sparr; Har Harmon
mon Harmon Clemmons of Citra; Vance and
Julian Clemmons of Sparr, and three
daughters, Mrs. O. E Motes of Oak;
Mrs. Richard Sullivan of Nassau, B.
I., and Miss Ray Luff man of Sparr.
May the Lord your healing ointment
on their bleeding hearts and help
them realize that the good shepherd
leadeth and it is well. Jesus the great
teacher said: "I go to prepare a place
for you and if I go and prepare a
place for you I will come again and
Jeceive you unto myself, that where
am thence ye may be also." This
promise he has fulfilled and now may
each and every one be prepared to
go where he has gone, to that blessed
home that's built above, where all is
purity, peace and love. May they
walk in the way that's narrow and
straight and meet him at the pearly
gate in that bright city that's made
cf gold where peace and happiness
are untold. The body was interred
in the Anthony cemetery. The funer funeral
al funeral services were conducted by Rev. J.
C. Boatwright at the cemetery. The
pall bearers were A. J. Stephens, J.
I. Taylor C. C. Gigginbotham, D. W
Hooker, D. O. Riker, J. N. Simmons
Sam R. Pyles & Co. had charge of the
arrangements. J. N. S.
OHIO TROOPS WILL
ESCORT OHIO'S SON
Cleveland, O, Jan. 12. Troop A of
the Ohio National Guard and the
Cleveland Grays are preparing for the
inaugural parade of Warren G. Hard Harding,
ing, Harding, Ohio's last president.
Troop A has escorted every presi president
dent president from Ohio since and including
Rutherford B. Hayes, while the grays
boast of having escorted Presidenti
William Henry Harrison from Fort
Meigs to Cleveland 80 years ago and
since then Presidents Garfield, Benja Benjamin
min Benjamin Harrison and Roosevelt. Troop
A is cavalry and the grays infantry.
The grays plans include the pres presence
ence presence in the marching line of Col. F.
W. Galbraith, national commander of
the American Legion.
SOME GOOD SINGERS
The Fessenden Academy singers
will appear in a musical at Mount
Zion A. M. E. church, Magnolia street,
this evening at 8 o'clock.
The Fessenden singers have splen
did voices, and to hear them will be
a treat. They and the church mem members
bers members will be glad to have their white
friends attend the performance.
HE MUST HAVE TAKEN
COPY FROM HARDEE
Raleigh, Jan. 12. Cameron Morri
son of Charlotte, was inaugurated as
the fifty-first governor of North Car
olina today. His inaugural address
touched upon good roads, taxation,
law enforcement, education and health
Dont fail to visit the Guarantee
Clothing & Shoe Company. Every
thing we sell is guaranteed. We're
fighting for QUALITY not prices, tf
TRIP TO Fl
Mr. Harding Has to Talk and Mrs.
Harding Has to Shop Before
a Start Can be Made
(Associated Press ) )-Marion,
Marion, )-Marion, O., Jan. 12. Preparations
for the Hardings trip to Florida are
Hearing completion. No date for their
departure has been announced, but is
was indicated they would remain in
anon oniy a wees or so longer, u.ment for the union station approach
is understood they planned originally J there are a number of communica-
to leave this week but it was impos-jtions
sible for the president-elect to con-!
elude his conferences here in time.
Mrs. Harding plans a shopping triplcf Trade, coming during the rush ot
Washington and New York before!
joining -Mr. Harding in Florida. She
expects to leave Marion within the
text few days.
Yesterday afternoon Mrs. Leverett
Futch entertained at a two table auc auction
tion auction party in honor of her cousin,
Miss Melrose Kennedy of States-b-fo,
Ca.. who has been the attractive
gt-fst of her aunt, Mrs. Raiford Sim Simmons
mons Simmons for the past month.
Mrs. Futch entertained at the
home of her mother. The two tables
were placed in the living room, which
was made bright and attractive by
numbers of flaming poinsettias. For
several hours auction was animately
enjoyed and for securing high score
Mrs. Paul Simmons wa3 rewarded
with a handsome card table cover.
Mrs. Futch presented the honor guest
with a thimble. At the conclusion of
the games a salad course was enjoyed.
MEETING AT PALATKA
Bert Hodge post of the American
Legion will be host next Saturday to
more than a hundred officers from
the various posts throughout the
state. Specifically the meeting is
supposed, to be a conference of the
various post adjutants of the state.
but it has been announced that in
many instances the entire official
personnel of the posts will be present.
in addition to National Organizer H.
G. Creviston, who comes from na national
tional national headquarters.
The conference of the adjutants,
end other officials, will be held at the
Woman's Club, beginning' at 9 a. m.
At 4:30 in the afternoon the visitors
will be' loaded into automobiles and
taken for a drive about Palatka and
through the potato section.
At 7 o'clock a banquet will be
served at the Elks' Club and will be
followed by a dance, in which all of
the.socially elect of the city will be
in attendance. No efforts will be
spared to give the visitors a pleasant
time while here.
State Commander Billingsley, who
was to have been a visitor here on
Armistice Day, is one of the notable
guests who will be present. His fail
ure to appear ehre on November 11
was d ue to his wedding plans. He is
now at his home in Miami and it was
announced some time ago by State
Adjutant Sumter L. Lowry that he
would attend the Palatka meeting.
There are many matters of impor
tance to be taken up at this meet
ing, the principal ones being those
relative to national legislation. The
adjutants will take the decision of
the Palatka conference back to their
tests and individual post action will
Another matter that will be taken
vp will be that of increasing interest
in and membership of the various
posts of the state. It is estimated
that about twenty-five per cent of the
returned- veterans of the great war
in Florida are members of a legion
Mr. C. W. Moreman, post comman commander,
der, commander, and Mr. L. H. Chazal, post adju adjutant,
tant, adjutant, will represent the Marion coun county
ty county post at this meeting. They ex
pect to leave baturday morning in
Dr. Moremen's car for Palatka.
NOTICE TO MEMBERS OF
THE WOMAN'S CLUB
The meetine of the Woman's Club
has been postponed irom Saturday,
Jan. 15th to Saturday, Jan. 22: The
program will be in charge of the con
servation chairman. Club members
please take note of the change of the
date of the meeting.
Louise Harris Clark,
FARM FOR SALE
Farm 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,
P. Howell, Box 188, Ocala, Fla. 31-30t'S50.
BOARD OF TRADE
MEETS AT 7:30
Secretary Urges Full Attendance to
Consider Union Station Im Im--
- Im-- prove men t Plan
The Board of Trade meets tomor-
row night at 7:30 o'clock. Besides the
ct nsideration of the plan of improve-
on important and tirr,ely mat-
ttrs to be placed before the member-
ship. The last meeting of the Beard
the Christmas holidays, was hot held
Decause ol a failure to get a quorum.
This caused a delay in acting upon
the plan for the union station im
provement, and the secretary urges
that there be a full attendance to tomorrow
morrow tomorrow night in order that there
might be no further delay. The city
couccil meets next Tuesday night and
the secretary would like to have the
ITan placed before the council at that
time for approval. The present ap appearance
pearance appearance of the plaza of the onion
station is not at all typical of the
city and is indicative in no way of
the attractiveness of Ocala. From the
plaza as it now stands strangers re receive
ceive receive a most unfortunate impression
cf the city. The improvements plan plan-red
red plan-red will make the approach to Ocala
very much more inviting1.- The city's
f ron door is at present an eyesore.
FUNERAL SERVICES OF
. REV. JOHN R. HERNDON
(Johnson City Tenn., Herald)
The funeral of Rev. John R. Hern Hern-con
con Hern-con whose remains were brought
irom" Winston-Salem, N. C, to this
city Friday, was held from the First
Presbyterian church Saturday after afternoon.
noon. afternoon. Among the great number of
people attending the ceremony were
many from Cleveland, Tenn., Glade
Springs, Va., members of the churches
in which Rev. Herndon was formerly
pastor. Rev. Lavy pastor of the
Presbyterian church of Glade Springs
and Rev. W. F. Pitts, pastor of the
Methodist Episcopal church of this
city, assisted Rev. J. L. MacMilligan,
pastor of the First Presl-terian
church, in the services.
Rev. Lacy told of the sorrow felt
and expressed by his congregation at
Glade Springs when the news of the
heart-breaking tragedy reached them,
how members of his congregation
could not at first give credence to the
fhocking intelligence. He then spoke
of the great influence Rev. Herndon
had wielded over the people of Glade
Springs during his pastorate there.
Rev. W. F. Pitts, who was a pas pastor
tor pastor in Cleveland at the same time
Rev. Herndon occupied the pulpit in
that city gave a brief but vivid sketch
of Rev. Herndon as a man and a
preacher and rendered golden enco-
nium to his memory.
MONEY MOVED WITH WITHOUT
OUT WITHOUT BEING MOLESTED
St. Louis, Jan. 12. More than $S0, $S0,-000,000
000,000 $S0,-000,000 in gold, silver and currency
was hauled through the streets of St.
Louis without the loss of a cent, while
crime here was at its peak last month,
it is announced at the federal build
Daily for nearly a month millions of
dollars were carried 15 blocks to. the
union station, as much as $5,000,000
Deing in a single trip, three men,
with arms concealed, guarded each ve
hicle, and unbroken s?crecy was main
The money was being sent to the
minis at Denver and San Francisco
from the United States subtreasury
here, which was suspended by act of
Congress last May.
MEETING IN EL PASO
El Paso, Tex., Jan. 12 El Paso last
nght was filled with cattlemen here
to discuss the serious plight of their
business at the 24th annual convention
of the American National Livestock
Association. The convention opened
this morning and continues three days.
The "wave of deflation," according
to leaders, has swept livestock prices
below the cost of production. Stock
men cannot get loans to continue
their business, they say, and this has
caused liquidation of much livestock
that should have been "kept for fur
ther finishing or breeding."
Ike Pryor of San Antonio is expect expected
ed expected to deal vigorously with adverse
conditions in the industry when he
speaks during the convention on "The
Tariff as it Affects the Farm and
your ; pictures to us to be
Roberts & Spencer. Phone
COIIEY Will MAKE
A HEW DECORD
If He Succeeds in Attempt at a One One-Stop
Stop One-Stop Flight. JacksonrUle
to San Diego
San Diego. Jan. 12. An attempt-to
establish a new continental airplane
peed record between San Diego and
Jacksonville, Fla.. will be made Feb,
21st by Lieut. W. B. Ccsey, who plans
to make only cne stop, at Fort
Worth, Texas, on the 2000-mile dash.
Coney said he would leave here at
sundown on the 21st, fly all night and
land at Fort Worth in 11H hours. He
2-peots to fly from Fort Worth to
Jacksonville in 9!-i hours.
The first hospitality day at the
Woman's Club was held yesterday
afternoon at the club house." This is
an invitation tnat is extended to eve-
1 y visitor to the city at the different
homes, hotels and boarding houses,
and these gatherings have proven
very popular and enjoyable. There
were quite a number present yester
day and Jhe afternoon was spent most
pleasantly. There were several tables
of rook and auction players. The
hostesses for the afternoon were Mrs.
William Hocker chairman of the
house committee and the members of
the committee. Refreshments were
served at a nominal price by Mrs.
Mary Perdue. During the afternoon
Mrs. H. H. Black rendered several
ocal selections and she was accom-
j anied by Mrs. B. W. Ware.
STARTED OFF RIGHT
Tulula Lodge No. 22, I. O. O. F
held its first business meeting of the
3 ear Tuesday, installed its appointive
officers and put its affairs in shape
for a year's earnest work. The offi officers,
cers, officers, including those -installed the
week before, are as follows:
T. C. Carter, N. G.
F. W. Ditto, V. G.
H. K. Luffman, secretary.
J. II. Benjamin, treasurer.
W. M. Thomas, R. S. N. G.
Joseph Malever, L. S. N. G.
W. A. Tinsman, warden.
T. D. Lancaster Jr., conductor.
Sam Pyles, I. G.
Paul Miller, O. G.
Barney Spencer, L. S. V. G.
C. Simmons, R. S. S.
H. D. Stokes, L. S. S.
W. E. Smith, chaplain.
The year opens with a feeling of
optimism in all branches of the lum lumber
ber lumber trade. Tho immediately after
Christmas the volume of inquiries be began
gan began to increase and today is heavy,
purchasing at present is 04 a very
slight basis. These inquiries are not
expected to result in irunediate
placement ol orders, as thty arise
from inventory taking by retail lum
bermen who, by means of tbese in
quiries, are seeking to determine what
they will have to pay for stocks to
11 up items and grades that have
been allowed to decrease to a dan dangerous
gerous dangerous level.
One reason for optimism on the
part of the lumber trade is the fact
that wholesale lumber prices have
been so geenrally deflated; and this
action has ieen very largely followed
by retailers. In this connection the
general public is not aware of the
significance or the real size of a re reduction
duction reduction of 33 per cent in the selling
price of lumber. Actually such a de decrease
crease decrease puts lumber back at the price
which prevailed before the sensation
al advance. For example, assuming
that before the sensational advance a
certain grade ot lumber sold for $40
a thousand feet and that during the
rapid advance in the market the price
of this grade increased 50 per cent or
$20, making the selling price $60,
wholesale. A reduction of 33 per
cent is equal to $20, making the sell
ing price the same as before the in
The Woman's Missionary Society
of the Christian church had a most
pleasant meeting yesterday afternoon.
Mrs. Cappleman led in the study of
India as a mission field. The chief
parts of the "program were handled
bv Mrs. Cbace. Mrs. Weaver, Mrs.
Whitfield, Mrs. Cappleman and Mr.
Waggoner. Elegant refreshments
were served by Mrs. Boardman. and a
social hour greatly enjoyed. Mrs.
Smith will have charge of the next
Abruzzi seed rye. $4 per buahcL
Rust proof seed oats, $1.50 per boaaeL
Ocala Seed Store. 22-tf
Oil THE SEA
French Destroyer Hare
Transport Safliag U
" Red Flag
Constantinople, Jan. 12. (By the
Associated Press.) French destroy
ers have sunk a transport flying the
red flag and carrying soviet troops.
The transport was beached and part
cf the crew and troops escaped by
EX-EMPRESS AGAIN ILL
( Associated Press)
Doom, Jan. 12. The condition of
the former German empress is becom becoming
ing becoming steadily worse, her physicians an announce.
nounce. announce. Attack sof heart failure
have increased in number of violence.
ELKS nOLD AN
At the regular meeting of the B. P.
O. E. held in the club rooms last eve eve-ring
ring eve-ring three new members, J. F. Rick-
etson, J. R. Reynolds and Marion
Parker were initiated. A large num number
ber number of Elks were present to welcome
the new members, including a num number
ber number of viistors. Exalted Ruler Miller
culled the meeting to order at eight
o'clock and the following officers
were present: C Y. Miller, exalted
ruler; A. A. Vandenbrock, esteemed
leading knight; Paul Simmons, es esteemed
teemed esteemed lecturing knieht: Lawton
Bailey, esteemed loyal knight; L. K.
Braddock, secretary; J. M. Thomas,
inner guard and R. S. Rogers, tyler.
ELECTION OF OFFICERS
At the call meeting of the Business
and Professional Woman's Club last
right the following officers were
elected for the new year:
Miss Margaret Taylor, president.
Miss Tillie Pasteur, vice president.
Miss Rubye Cappleman, secretary.
Miss'Pearle Keeffe, treasurer.
Miss Olivia Toffaletti, auditor.
Miss Donnie Sims reporter.
Mrs. Edna Walker, corresponding
After the election of officers a live lively
ly lively discussion took place, for plans of
the new year which promise to be of
great benefit to 'all members.
The next meeting will be held
Tuesday night, and will be devoted to
the initiation of new members.
Donnie Sims, Reporter.
Good wholesome body materials
vith just the right quantity of sugar
and cinnamon make our cinnamon
oils "delicious." Federal Bakery. t
Just received bne of the best "selection o!
PiCTURE MOLDINGS ever "shown in
Ocala. Call and see them.; Phone 350
ROBERTS &. SPENCER
. SUGAR, per lb v lOe
Best Head Rice, per lb 12c
Nine pounds for $U)0
Best Blue Rose Rice, per lb. 10c
Eleven pounds for $L00
P. & G. and Octagon Soap, three
' cakes for 25c
Rumford Baking Powder,
one-lb. cans 30c
Cleaneasy Soap 4 cakes for. 25c
Pearline, Grandma, Lighthouse
and Octagon Wash Pwdr. .5e
Seafoaa Wash Powder 4 for. 25c
Jello per package 15c
Cream Powder, two for 25c
Three cans No. 2 size Premier
Peas for $L00
Three cans No. 2 size Premier
Corn for 85c
Reddick Peanut Batter Ib...S0e
Four-lb. Buckets .$L20
Eight-lb. Buckets $20
All cQer Groceries zs Low zs Gcsd (iziZ'j
zzi Fell i7e!-it nO sUsw.
STiii 00 mm
Bat a Short Time After Retamia to
Clrilixatiow FarreS asj ELitcta
' Came to Ekma
Assoc 11 ed Fressi
Marrice. Jan. 12 The naval fcal fcal-konists
konists fcal-konists after their first tiki's sleep
since leaving the Hudson Bay regions
planned to leave here kte today Itr
v v Fpeaxaaces use dis
pute which arose between Farrell and
Hinton after their arrival yesterday,
which culminated in Farrell knocking
down Hinton, was settled today. The
men arose early, had breakfast to together
gether together and all regretted the incident.
Farrell and Hinton are reticent re regarding
garding regarding the occurrence.
MAY CAUSE AN INQUIRY
Washington, Jan. 2- Decision .as
to the appointment of a naval court to
inquire into the personal clash be
tween Farrell and Hinton is being
witheld pending further and oScial
reports. Secretary Daniels said to
COST THEM A BANQUET
Toronto, Jan. 12. The Aero C-b
of Canada here announced it had call called
ed called off the official banquet to the three
American naval baHoonists in view of
the incident at Mattice yesterday,
when Lieut. Farrell knocked Hinton
down. on account of a letter Hinton
had written home.
GREEK STATESMAN KNOWS
. WHERE HIS HEALTH IS GOOD
Athens. Jan. 12. Former Premier
Venizelos will not return to Grece.
even If he should be recalled by King
Constantine, declares the proprietor
of the newspaper Patris, who writes
from Nice, announcing the with withdrawal
drawal withdrawal of Venizelos from public life.
FRENCH CABINET RESIGNED
( Assoc Utsd Prsss)
Paris, Jan. 2. The cabinet of Pre Premier
mier Premier Leygues suffered defeat in the
chamber of deputies today. The cab cabinet
inet cabinet later resigned.
HAD BETTER BRING
THEM ALL HOME
Washington, Jan. 12. Reduction
of the American forces of occupation
in Germany from 15,000 to 8000 has
ben ordered by the war department;
Secretary Baker informed Represen Representative
tative Representative Byrne of South Carolina today.
Get the habit ol rang the ads.
Argo Starch three for 25c
Pure lard in bulk and in three
and five-pound buckets.
Breakfast Bacon Squares Ib.SSe
White Bacon 22c
By the Side 21c
Lard Compound per lb 15c
Maxwell House Coffee lb.... 43c
dim, 1-Ib. size S5c
KUm, 2H-lb ize $LS0
Klim. 54b. size ........ ..$3X0
Meal and Grits. 6tt lbs..... 25c
Fresh eggs always on hand.
Our eggs are guarantied.
Henry Gay Flour.
Ffflsbury and Gold Hedal
New Syrup la pints, quarts,
two quarts and in bulk.
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tour Inches will take higher rats,
which will be furnished upon applica application.
tion. application. I lea tin ir Notices t 6 cents per line for
drst Insertion: 3 cents per line for each
subsequent insertion. One change a
week allowed on readers without extra
Legal advertisements it legal rates.
Orlando has reduced the price of
, coca-cola to the old figure 5 cents
plus the war tax of 1 cent.
- If the price of attending boxing
matches is boosted to $15 per seat, it
will put slugging ,on a par with blind
New Smyrna proposes to bond for
$25,000 for public golf links. New
-Smyrna has about one-third the pop
ulation and resources of Ocala.
Testimony recently obtained in the
Sarasota murder case makes Rube
Allyn's cause look better. It is dif difficult
ficult difficult for us to believe Rube would
commit a murder.
The genius who invents an appar
atus to can sunshine during the sum summer
mer summer to use for heat and light during
the winter will deliver mankind from
the double tyranny of the coal miners
and the mine owners.
There has been a crime wave in
Manila., Probably the bandits have
been given too much rope. Gaines
ville Sun. v
If so, the rope has been bestowed
upon them in the wrong place.
John B. Singletary, counsel for
Rube Allyn, charged with the murder
of Harry .L. Higel, and. now held in
the Bradentown jail, stated yesterday
that Allyn would waive preliminary
hearing. The case will thus go to the
fraud jury, which meets March 8th in
It's a pity that some of the top
sergeants in the army hadn't develop developed
ed developed throat trouble instead of Caruso.
- Jacksonville Metropolis.
The boy who wrote the foregoing
hasn't gotten over being sore for be being
ing being bawled out yet. Why didn't you
FEES OR SALARIES
No man in Florida is better versed
in legal lore than Col. R. W.' Davis
of the Gainesville Sun, who says in
reply to some remarks of the Tampa
Tribune about the fee versus the sal
"Great Scott, old Trib, did you read
that act before you made that sho
at us, or did your. gun go .off half
cocked? That act is so full of flaws
cr claws that you can drive a four
- horse wagon through some of t them.
If, before that act was passed, all the
fees belonged to the officer and since
it became a law only a percentage be
'longs to him and the act gives not
even a hint as to whom the residue be belongs,
longs, belongs, how is the officer to decide and
whose receipt is he to take ? If the
officer puts it all in his pocket can
you convict him of embezzlement until
a court or the legislature tells him
whose receipt he should take for it?
Then, too, there are other defects in
that statute that make it inoperative
because of the failure of the legisla legislature
ture legislature to make it practical. Take, for
instance the proposition that each of official
ficial official shall render to the board -of
county commissioners on or before
' the first, day of each month a sworn
statement .showing in detail the ex expense
pense expense "of such office," fees' and com-
missions and also the gross and net
income, and that the board may or order
der order additional reports as often as
they choose. Dont you realize that
it would require an extra clerk on
that job alone? Then too, look at this
mix up if you please. The act pro provides
vides provides that each official' shall appoint
his own deputies, clerks or assistants,
and that the board of county commis commissioners
sioners commissioners shall fixe the number of such
deputies, clerks or "assistants. The
board of county" commissioners of
each county having no well defined
idea of the needs of the different offi officers
cers officers are yet given the power to fix
the number and pay of clerks and
assistants. : Is not that absurd ? Then
- again there is no kind of provision
about a forfeiture or penalty; or. any-
. thing like that. That's why we say
the thing is void."
It's a shallow brand of patriotism
that doesn't burn as brightly in time
of peace as in time of stress. Have
you paid your income tax?
Distinguished by simplicity and
taste was the wedding of Miss Cuadia
taste was the wedding of Miss Cluadia
which was solemnized at 5 o'clock yes
terday afternoon at the Baptist
Quite a while before the arrival of
the wedding hour friends and ; rela relatives
tives relatives assembled to witness this mar
riage, which is not only, of much in interest
terest interest to the friends of the bride in
Ocala, her home, but to friends of
both parties throughout the state.
: The crowded church was most at attractive
tractive attractive in its simple but effective and
artistic-decorations. The entire pulpit
and choir loft were profusely orna
mented with ivy vine, asparagus fern
and other greenery. An improvised
arch, covered with asparagus fern,
which extended the length of the
ront of the pulpit, ornamented in the
rear with a huge white fancy Jbasket
filled with American Beauty roses
and asparagus fern, made an exceed
ingly pretty scene as the young cou couple
ple couple with their attendants stood to
take their marriage vows.
Preceding the ceremony the follow
ing musical program was rendered:
Organ selection Miss Mabel Akin.
Vocal solo, "At Dawning," Mrs. H.
Organ selection Miss Akin.
Vocal solo, "Oh, Promise Me" Mrs.
Mr. Laurie Izlar accompanied the
shove selections, playing the violin.
Messrs. Niel Ferguson and Paul
Brinson ushered the guests to their
scats as they arrived.
Promptly at 5 p. m. to the strains
of the Bridal Chorus from Lohengrin,
there entered from the front of the
church the maid of honor; Miss Inez
Neville of Dunnellon, and the adorable
ring bearer, Leonora Taylor, the for
mer marching down the left aisle and
the latter down the right aisle, tak
ing places to the side of the pulpit.
Miss Neville was quite handsome in
stylishly fashioned dark blue gown
with which she wore a becoming
black picture hat and carried a lovely
bouquet of Russell roses. Little Leo
nora Taylor was a picture of loveli
ness in an exquisitely hand-made or
gandie dress, carrying a dainty white
satin pillow with the bride's ring in
The bride entered alone, marching
back of her maid of honor and was
met at the altar by the groom, his
best man, the bride's brother, Mr,
Maston O'Neal and the Baptist min
ister, Rev. C. L. Collins.
The bride was stunning in a strictly
tailored dark blue trocotine coat suit
with which she wore a chic spring
hat with accessories to match. She
carried a white prayer book and wore
a corsage bouquet of sweetpeas. She
r-ever looked prettier or happier,
The double ring ceremony was read
by the minister after which to the
strains- of Mendelssohn's wedding
march the bridal party left the
The attractive bride is the only
daughter of Mr. Benjamin L. O'Nea
of this city. She has practically lived
in Ocala all her life, during part of
which time she has made her home
with Mr. and Mrs. George Taylor
Mrs. Curry is a graduate nurse from
Dr. Rogers' sanitarium in Jackson
ville, and is esteemed for her ability
as a nurse. She is an unusually pret
ty brunette and her many friends re
eret that her marriage takes her
elsewhere, but wish for her all hap
piness in her new home at Dunnellon
where a cozy bungalow is awaiting
Dr. Curry is originally from St,
Joseph, La., but is now practicing
medicine in Dunnellon, being asso
ciated with Drs. Baskin and Griffith
He was an interne at St. Luke's hos
pital in Jacksonville and is a grad
uate of the University of Mississippi
and has attended several other col
leges. He 'is a young man of excel
lent character and is meeting with
much success in his profession.
The happy couple left the city by
automobile immediately after the
ceremony for the East Coast, where
they will spend their honeymoon
The following were some of the
out of town guests present:. Mr. and
Mrs. Frank Dillard. Mr. and Mrs. G
W. Neville, Mr. and Mrs. D. B. Kib
ler, Dr. and Mrs. J. G. Baskin, Mrs
Mary S. Grumbles, Miss Marie Grum
bles, Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Cocowitc'
and Dr. and Mrs. W. M. Griffith.
Decorations of stately angel trum trumpets,
pets, trumpets, pink roses and narcissus and
ferns formed an artistic setting for
Lihe wedding of Miss Winnie Hunt
end Mr. Joseph Gid Parrish, which
took place last night in the music
room of the home of the bride's moth mother,
er, mother, Mrs. B. M. Hunt on Sanchez
Rev. W. F. Creson performed the
ceremony which took place promptly
at 7:30 p. m. The couple were unattended.
The bride was exquisitely attired in
a brown crepe meteor with lace over-
drapery. Her shoes and other acces
saries were of the same shade as her
gewn, and further enhancing this at
tractive costume was a large and ar artistically
tistically artistically arranged corsage bouquet of
pink tinted sweetpeas and asparagus
Following the service Mr. and Mrs.
'arrish were showered with congrat
ulations and good wishes, after which
the bride's mother served a two-
Mrs. Parrish is a native Ocalan,
known throughout the county and be-
oved and esteemed by every acquain
tance. There are few young women
s deserving as she. Besides having
many personal charms, she has been
most successful in the business world.
'or fourteen years she has been con
nected with Frank's store, and for
one so young it has often been spoken
of how remarkably well she managed
her part in this popular- establish establishment.
ment. establishment. There has -never been an
Ocaal girl more deservingly praised;
to know her is to love her.
Mr. Parrish has made Ocala his
home for the past ten years. He was
first engaged in the drugstore of the
ate William Anderson, later being)
connected with Mr. J. J. Gerig's drug!
store and is now owner of tlje AnU-
Monopoly drug store. He stands high I
If the war had not been won
1918, what would have been your in
come tax for 1920 ? Pay it with thank
LARGE LUE GIM GONG
Will Deliver and Plant for
The Large Trees.
WARTMANN NURSERY CO..
among the pharmacists of the state,
and is a young man of sterling inte integrity
grity integrity and fine business talents.
The following were present at the
wedding: Mrs. B. M. Hunt and Jimmie
Hunt, the bride's mother and nephew,
Misses Pearl Keeffe and Donnie Sims,
close friends and co-workers of the
bride, Mrs. Frank Ditto and Mrs. Max
Wilson, the groom's sister.
Shortly after the refreshment hour
the bride and groom left by automo automobile
bile automobile for a visit down the East Coast.
This event will not come as an en entire
tire entire surprise as it has been suspected
for some time although the exact date
was not known. Upon their return
they will be at home at the Anns
House until their apartments at the
home of the bride's mother are com
Mr. and Mrs. Parrish have the best
wishes of all their friends for a happy
and prosperous married life.
Remember the war cost billions.
Your income tax for 1920 helps to
defray part of it.
Charter No. 9926 Reserve District No. 6
Report of Condition of the
OCALA NATIONAL BANK
At Ocala, in the State of Florida, at the Close of Business on Dec 29th, 1920
' (a) Loans and discounts, including rediscounts,
' (except those shown in b and c) '..$285,449.25
Total loans 285,449.25
Overdrafts, unsecured, $202.72
U. S. Government securities owned:
(a) Deposited to secure circulation (U. S. bonds
par value) 75,000.00
(d) Pledged as collateral for state or other de deposits
posits deposits or bills payable 38,000.00
(f) Owned and unpledged 194,160.62
(h) War Savings Certificates and Thrift Stamps
actually owned 1,648.00
v Total U. S. Government securities
Other bonds, securities, etc:
(b) Bonds (other than U. S. bonds) pledged to
secure postal savings deposits.... 5,000.00
(c) Bonds and securities other than U. S. secu securities)
rities) securities) pledged as collateral for state or
other deposits (postal excluded) or bills
(e) Securities other than U. S. bonds (not in including
cluding including stocks) owned and unpledged 234,266.56
Total bonds, securities, etc., other than U. S...
Stock of Federal Reserve Bank (50 per cent of
(a) Value of banking house, owned and unin unincumbered
cumbered unincumbered 31,880.60
Furniture and fixtures
Real estate owned other than banking house..
Lawful reserve with Federal Reserve Bank...
Cash in vault and net amounts due from nation national
al national banks
Net amounts due from banks, bankers and trust
companies in the United States (other
" than included in Items 11, 12 or 13)
Exchanges for clearing house
Total of Items 12, 13, 14, 15 and 16 156,724.82
Checks on banks located outside of city or town
of reporting bank and other cash items. .
Redemption fund with" U. S. Treasurer and due
from U. S. Treasurer
Interest earned but not collected (approximate)
on notes and bills receivable not past due.
' 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.
Capital stock paid in
(a) Undivided profits $ 34,60737
(b) Less current expenses, interest and taxes
paid J 17.39L73
Interest and discount collected or credited in ad advance
vance advance of maturity and not earned (approx (approximate)
imate) (approximate) Circulating notes outstanding
Cashier's checks on own bank outstanding....
Total of Items 28, 29, 30, 31 and 32 12,573.06
Demand Deposits (other than bank deposit)
subject to reserve (deposits payable within
30 days) :
Individual deposits subject to check
State, county or other municipal deposits secur secured
ed secured by pledge of assets of this bank
Total of demand deposits (other than bank
deposits) subject to Reserve, Items 33, 34,
35, 36, 37 and 33 430336.14
Time Deposits Subject to Reserve (payable aft after
er after 30 days, or subject to 30 days or more
notice, and postal savings):
Certificates of deposit (other than for money
borrowed ) ".
Postal savings deposits
Other time deposits
Total of time deposits subject to Reserve, Items
39, 40, 41 and 42 468,202.72
55. Of the total loans and discounts shown above, the amount on which in interest
terest interest and discount was charged at rates in excess of those permitted by
law (Sec. 5197, Rev. Stat) (exclusive of notes upon which total charge not
to exceed 50 cents was made) was. None. The number of such loans was,
STATE OF FLORIDA, COUNTY OF MARION, ss:
I, H. D. Stokes, Cashier of the above-named bank, do solemnly swear'
that the above statement is true to the best of my knowledge and belief.
H. D. STOKES, Cashier.
Subscribed and sworn to before me
this 11th day of January, 1921.
(Seal) Frank G. Churchill,
- Notary Public
CHARLES S. CUT J. FN,
JNO. L. EDWARDS.
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 ex exchange
change exchange for any holders without --cost to
THE OCALA NATIONAL BANK
JOHN L. EDWARDS, President CHARLES S. CULLEN, Vice-President
H. D. STOKES, Cashier
THDS COUPON EV3AY
I hereby nominate
as my choice to win the touring car or other valuable prizes.
Only one nomination counted for each contestant.
WIN YOU THIS
1 Ocala Auto and Garage Company
Successors 16 Gates Garage
We sell Philadelphia Diamond GridBatteries
Chandler.and Cleveland Automobiles
Iook at our Used Cars. All are Bargains 2Ed Guaranteed as represented xf
Tires, Tubes, Accessories and Storage.
Eg Cars Washed 1.00
Cars Polished SL01
Advertise and get Results
OCA LA EVENING STAB WEDNESDAY. JANUARY 12, 1921
CANE SYRUP THEY'LL BUY IT
h IF YOU GIVE THEM A CHANCE
The drug firm of G. C. Greene
& Company have been dis dissolved
solved dissolved by mutual consent, G.
C. Greene retiring from the
firm, J. P. Phillips buying his
interest. H. P. Bitting, of Bit Bitting
ting Bitting & Company, has bought
the interests of all parties in interested
terested interested in the firm of Bitting
J. P. Phillips, of the old firm of
G. C. Greene & Company, and
H. P. Bitting, of the old firm g
of Bitting & Company, have $
formed a partnership under j
the firm name of Bitting & S
Phillips, and have assumed all if
. liabilities of the old firms and
will collect all accounts due j
BITTING & PHILLIPS,
4) Druggists (g)
SIN G E R S.
Mount Zion A. M. E. Church
JANUARY 12th., 1921
at 8 o'clock
for the In-
An ottering will be taken
dustrial department of
II. S. BARNWELL, Principal
CIVIL ENGINEERS AND SURVEYORS
Licensed under the laws of the State of Florida
Capt. Edward Drake is associated
with us and "in charge of our Phos Phosphate
phate Phosphate Mine and Plant Department.
Offices, 33-34 Holder BMg.
Phone No. 54
C M )
Negotiable Storage Receipts Issued on Cotton, Automobiles, Etc
LONG DISTANCE MOVING
(U. S. Department of Agriculture)
Good cane syrup made on the farm
by a man who knows how to make it!
Is there anything more delicious for
Knowing the demand for a high
grade cane syrup and realizing also
that it is a profitable "farm product in
many Southern states, the United
Sttaes department of agriculture set
investigators at work to find out why
more farm syrup was not on the
market- In department circular 149
the troubles of home syrup making
und their cures are set forth.
(Quality Varies With the Maker
The quality of cane syrup depends
more upon the man who makes it than
upon the machinery he employs. Three
men with identical machinery will
make three different qualities of
syrup. One may be excellent, the sec second
ond second not so good and the third very
poor, though juice from the same vat
has been used throughout. In that
diffeernce in quality the chemists find
the reason why home made syrup
making does not flourish as it should.
Ihe housewife buys a can without a
label and with 'no easy means of de
termining the quality of its contents
Perhaps the syrup is excellent her
family prefers it to' the syrup from
the factory and she buys another
can. Sooner or later she is bound to
nnd tnat not ail home made cane
r'yrup is good. One lot is packed in
sticky, dirty cans; in the next the
syrup is too thin and has fermented
a trifle. The next is unpleasant in
flavor because it was made from froz
en cane. Another can is half full of
crystallized sugar which is no fault
at all, but she does not know that
and finally she goes back to the fac
tory product, which has the one
great advantage of standardization
ard, by reason of its label, identifica
Good Market Possible
A farmer may build up a good
market for his own syrup but it is an
expensive, time-taking business. He
may unite with several farmers and
snip a carload 01 canned syrup to a
merchant, but if the syrup is not of a
standard quality he will find it diffi
cult to sell another carload to the
5&me man. If he is' well located he
can sell his syrup to a factory in bar barrel
rel barrel lots, though the price he" receives
will not be as satisfactory as if he
ould reach the customer or the mer merchant
chant merchant directly.
The solution is found in co-ope ra
tion. A number of farmers who grow
varying amounts of cane unite to
form a company with a capital of not
less than $3000 and seldom more than
$5000. The stock is sold, and, in
$3000 plant, $2000 goes to build a
small cannery and to purchase vats
and a boiler. The remaining $1000 is
held out to absorb operating costs
until the production is well underway.
The 'idea back of such a plan is
this: To take all the syrup produced
in a vicinity, grade, mix, sterilize and
csn it, then market it as a standard,
stable community product rather than
as the output of several individuals.
A brand and label are devised, and
the label goes upon every can sent out
from the co-operative factory. This
serves to advertise and identify the
syrup when it reaches the market.
ihe farmers, not. necessarily the
stockholders, bring their syrup to the
plant and receive cash amounting to
what would be paid them by a com
mercial factory. The syrup is strain
td to remove impurities and poured
into a mixing vat where the various
flavors are blended to form a single
cne. From the mixing vat it is drawn
or pumped into heating vats, and
there it is sterilized and reduced to a
uniform density. It goes from the
heating vat" directly into the can-
sterilization and prompt canning elim
inate danger of fermentation later on.
The cans are then sealed, labels past pasted
ed pasted on, and the cans crated for market.
A Desirable Product
As the syrup leaves the co-opera
tive factory it is a product that any
merchant is glad to handle and any
housewife is glad to buy. It is a
standard product with the label of a
community to endorse its quality and
to guarantee that the second, or third,
or" one hundredth can, is as good as
When the syrup has been sold and
the1 work finished, every association
member reecives.an additional check
for the amount of the difference be
tween the barrel lot price, already
I paid him. and the selling price receiv
ed for the improved product. The cost
cf this goes back into the company
as part of a reserve fund. The cost
cf operating a plant which has a
capacity of from 1000 to 15000 gallons
day is estimated to be close to $23
during normal times; the cost of can
ning 100 gallons of syrup is estimat
ed in the following table:
Cost of Canning 100 Gallons of Syrup
Management, canning operations
and fuel ,....$2.00
labeling cans .25
Cratins and stacking 60
Labels for -cans r(5
G atss for cans 2.00
Cans ... 12.50
Are YOU Ran-down, Weak?
Birmingham, Ala. "Dr. Pierce's
- Oelden Medical Discovery is the
best tonic and
builder I have
ever known. I
was in a run rundown
down rundown and weak
I started to take
aad that first
that I kept on
with it until I
had taken three
bottles, and then
my health was
absolutely perfect. I never hesitate
a moment in recommending Dr.
Pierce's Golden M iical Discovery as
the very beat of tonics." MRS.
ANNIE DIAL. No. 2609 Tempkias
venae. North. Ail druggists.
GOOD PROSPECTS FOR
BASEBALL THIS SUMMER
JANUARY and FEBRUARY
Now Going on at the
Steps looking to a season of base- m
ball in Ocala during the coming sum-hft
mer months were taken -last night at
a meeting of fans and players at the
Board of Trade room. In order that
the summer ball might be placed on a
good working basis a baseball asso association
ciation association "will be formed and officers
elected. A committee has been named
to draft by-laws for the governing of
Ihe association and a meeting will Ik?
held in the Board of Trade room next
Wednesday night for the purpose of
organizing. An effort will be made
to get as large a membership in the
proposed association as possible. To
this end every ball fan in the city and
county is urged to be pass the work
on concerning the meeting next Wed Wednesday,
nesday, Wednesday, to attend and bring others
with him. A four-months season be beginning
ginning beginning in June is being talked of.
ViWZ-f I T,
'ft IB fir
We must have room for Our New
spring uoods. I herefore as usual,
prior to our visit to the Eastern
market for New Spring Goods we
Are Closing Out All
Mt lifer tel
The laws of Florida require all au automobiles
tomobiles automobiles to have a 1921 license num number
ber number January 1st, 192.1. All automobile
etfivers not having 1921 license tags
on February 1st, 1921, will be prose prosecuted.
cuted. prosecuted. S. C. M. Thomas,
Sheriff, Marion Coutny, Fla.
Cream puffs and chocolate eclairs at
Carter's Bakery. ll-2t
MOTOR co. :
:C. Cecil Bryant:
Accounting and Auditing
"ic. Start the New Year
right. If your eyes trou-
have them ex
Make this your
. resolution for 1921.
DR. K. J. WEI HE,
Optometrist and Optician
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Ceo. MacKay I Co. I
Motor Funeral Cars
Private Morgue and Chapel
Day Phone 47
Night Phone 515
G. B. Overton, Manager
Special Sale of
Ladies' White MislM Uiigrwe;
SEE OUR WINDOWS
FRANK P. GAOSON
South Magnolia Street
;.-nT5 v i'i
laiT STAR JOB DEPARTMENT I 1 1
ll-i PHONE SI -" vjx P. Q. BOX 606 ' Hi
LETTERDEADS, BILLHEADS. CARDS. CIRCULARS, FOLDERS FINE BOOKLETS. ETC
We never disappoint a customer on a promise.
You get the job when its due.
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Morptoy Motoir C)ifenpaiimy 1
ONE OF FLORIDA'S BEST GARAGES
Expert Repairs Tires
fjp Mam Street, Opposite Foundry
O O -i-- S -z vS-- Z
Gas aid Oil
.OCALA. FLORIDA, g
MOVE, PACIt, SHIP
J. D. DAWKINS
ALL KINDS OF
FRESH MpATS, FISH
TUESDAY and FRIDAY
111 W. Broadway
Arrival and departure cf paser tr
,-ra'n; at OCA LA UNION STATION.
The following schedule Sff ir- b-
tisbed .as information and not jr'r-
(Eastern Standard Time)
SEABOARD AIR LINE RAILROAD
1 :34 an
Advertise and get Results
The system provides an outlet for
farmers who can raise a small crop
of cane and produce more syrup than
they will consume at the home table.
It has the advantage that, as a sys system,
tem, system, it may be reduced to accommo accommodate
date accommodate a very small busines sor increas increased
ed increased to form a very larg one that can
market all the cane product of an en entire
tire entire county.
M ana tee
:1 3 ai Tama
2:15 am Manatee-
:05 pm Tampa-St. Petrsbrg 4:17 pm
ATLANTIC COAST LINE R. R R-Leare
Leare R-Leare Arrir
2:12 pm Jacksonville-N'York 2:48 am
1:45 pm Jksonville-GainBviile 3:35 a.
6:42 am Jksonville-Gtesville 10:1: 10:1:-2:4S
2:4S 10:1:-2:4S am StJPetsbrg-Lakeland 2:12 am
3:35 pm St.Petbrg-Lake!.- nd 1:25 pit
7:10 am Dunnellon-Wilcox
7:25 am Dunellon-Lkeland 11:03
3:22 pm Homosasii l:3iJP
10:1 3pm Leesburg 6:42 m
1:45 pm Gainesville ll:5tam
Monday, Wednesday, Friday.
Tnetday, TbarsdaT. Saturday.
I X dearer to many jfcL yJv9 t'.'-'
&r; oi-ainary coii-ee f ilk
OCA LA EVENING STAB, WEDNESDAY. JANUARY 12. 1S21
If you have any
phone to" five-one.
Crocus, daffodil and hyancinth bulbs
L the Court Pharmacy. Phone 184. t
Mrs. J. 1. Nicholas is visiting rela relatives
tives relatives at White Springs for a couple of
Seafood, always to be had fresh at
?ity FISH Market, 9 Ft. King Ave. tf
Mr. Heath of Camilla, Ga., is a
guest at the home of Mr. and Mrs. O.
Chuck steak 20c. iink sausage 30c.,
sausage meat 20c, hamburger steak
25c. V Cook's Market and Grocery.
Phone 243. 7-tf
Mr. and Mrs. C M. Hunt, who are
wintering at Crystal River, were
the city yesterday.
Don't fail to visit the Guarantee
C'othing & Shoe Company. Every Everything
thing Everything we sell is guaranteed. We're
fighting for QUALITY not prices, tf
The Daughters of the Confederacy
meet Friday afternoon at 3:30
o'clock with Mrs. T. S. Trantham.
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
, Judge Futch has joined in happy
union Mr. James Ernest West and
Miss Carrie Conyers, both of Citra
Abruzzi seed rye, $4 per bushel.
Eust proof seed oats, $1.50 per bushel.
Ocala Seed Store. 22-tf
' Mr. Howard V. Lee of Eastlake
yesterday purchased a Studebaker
special six from Mr. Phillip G. Mur
Wlien 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
, Mr. Sibbald Wilson, with the St,
Petersburg Times, is in the city, vis
iting his parents. Mr. and Mrs.. G. S
Mrs. Jack Camp will entertain
some friends at her home tonight in
honor of her guest Mrs. Wolfe of New
C. V. Roberts Is- framing pictures
and hasn't left Ocala. Phone 350. 6t
A complete line of Norris famous
candies and CROWN LOG CABIN
ecan rolls at the Court Pharmacy. 6t
Mr. G. B. Overton is now our
funeral director and embalmer. Night
phone 515, day phone 47.
tf George Mac Kay & Company.
A NERVOUS WOMAN
Huntersville, W. 7a. "After I got
over the influenza last spring I Tvas
all run down and suffered, from func functional
tional functional disturbance. I suffered with
bearing pains and was so nervous I
felt as if I would go to pieces. My
breath was so short that I could not
walk up hill at all or hardly rvalk up upstairs.
stairs. upstairs. Having used Dr. Pierce's Fa Favorite
vorite Favorite Prescription with good results
when I came into womanhood, I de decided
cided decided to try It again. I have taken
three bottles and am feeling line."
MBS. NELLIE J. BUSCH.
The Rotary lunch yesterday was
followed by each member being called
on to give his "experience" with Ro Rotary.
tary. Rotary. Each member testified that he
had had a good time with the club
and was socially and spiritually elevated.
Prompt service and fair prices"
cur motto. Cook's Market and Groc Grocery.
ery. Grocery. -Phon.e 243. 7-tf
Sterno "canned heat" and cooking
ttensils at the Court Pharmacy. Phone
BERT LEIGH HERE
The theatrical attraction. "Tea for
Three," tomorrow night at the Tem Temple
ple Temple theater is probably one of the
most pleasantly anticipated perform performances
ances performances that will be .witnessed at the
Temple this year. Bert Leigh will
play the leading role in "Tea for
Three." During Mr. Leigh's visits to
the city he has made many friends,
and as his wife, formerly Miss Vir
ginia Sistrunk, is an Ocala girl, the
appearance of Mr. Leigh on the Tern
pie stage is being looked forward to
by all their friends. The production
with the original cast ranfor over a
year at one of the New York theaters.
Dr. Charles Watson Moremen,
Commercial Bank Building, Ocala,
Fla. Office phene 211; residence
Everything to Please. Nothing to Offend
OTIS L SMITH'S UNITED SBOWSr
A combination of Shows and Rides, combined to meet the
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 St. North, Near Union Depot
THE WINDSOR HOTEL
In the heart of the :ity with Hemming Park for a front yard.
2very modem convenience in each room. Dining room err ice U
: ?cond to nont
The annual meeting of the stock stockholders
holders stockholders of the Carroll Motors Com Company
pany Company will be held at the offices of the
company, in Ocala, Fla- on Wednes- 'phone 298.
day, January 19th, 1921, at 10 o'clock -- r-rr. .
JRi-t: ZZSES:" UNCLASSIFIED
Vice President and Acting Sec'y. WT---m
Ocala. nDeremberTlaMtfl ADVERTISBIENTS
WANTED, LOST. FOUND.' FOR
SALE, FOR RENT AND SIM SIMILAR
ILAR SIMILAR LOCAL NEEDS.
r A. E. GERIG
Rates: Six lines, maximnm, one time,
25c; three times, 50c; six times, 75c. j
one month. $3. Payable in advance.
ACCIDENT AUTOMOBILE I
FOR SALE Ford touring car. Runs
like new and looks like new Two
extra tires. Price $230. Address
Box 3. Ocala, Fla. 12-6f
WANTED Young man 24 years old
with four years" experience as a
steno-bookkeeper desires a position
in Ocala. Can furnish the best of
references. Address Box 323, Moul Moultrie,
trie, Moultrie, Ga. ll-t
vOR 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
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.
ROBERT AI.' MEYER,
J. E. KAVANAUGH
C. V. ROBERTS, Phone 305
BARNEY SPENCER. Phone 431
ROBERTS & SPENCER
Funeral Directors and Embalmers
Private Morgue and Chapel. Personal Service to all.
Motor Equipment. Coffins and Caskets Delivered.
STRAYED From our place Sunday
night, Airedale dog and thret-months-old
pup; botH females. In Information
formation Information appreciated. Mrs. IL S.
rOR SALE Five room house and
lath roo"m, large let, in fine neighborhood,-
Wenona street, near high
school. Price very low. L M. Mar Mar-ray,
ray, Mar-ray, Holder block, Ocala. 6-Ct
TOR SALE Pretty bungalow on East
Fourth street, six rooms with all
: 1 j modern conveniences and a garage.
NURSE Do you need a nurse? If Teims attractive. Price lew. L. SI.
i- you need a practical, experienced! M,Jrr,v TioMor K'
W. Office Phone 350
217 West Broadway
People with bad backs and weak
Kidneys are apt to feel old at sixty.
Many old folks say Doan's Kidney
Pills help them keep young. Here's
an Ocala case:
J. D. Small, retired merchant, N.
Osceola St., says: "I had been suffer suffering
ing suffering with pains across the small of
my back and in my sides. My lower
limbs often ached and felt numb. My
kidneys didnt' act right nd at times,
the secretions were scanty and pain painful
ful painful in passage. I had a dull, achy
feeling al lover until I used Doans
Kidney Pills, which I got at the Anti-
Monopoly Drug' Store. Doan's prov proved
ed proved effective and soon had me well. I
haven't had any return of these ail
Price 60c, at all dealers. Don't
simply ask for a kidney remedy get
Doan's Kidney Pills the same that
Mr. Small had. Foster-Milburn Co.,
Mf rs., Buffalo, N. Y. Adv. 9
While visiting in the city during
the holidays, grandma declared that
Federal Bread had that honest to
goodness home-made taste. 5-6t
The item in yesterday's Star to the
effect that Mrs. S. T. Sistrunk would
accompany Mr. and Mrs. E. M. How Howard
ard Howard to Miami was an error.
1916 ; seven-passenger Buick. Good
painj; Good tires. Very reasonable.
Terms if desired. Spencer-Pedrick
Motor Col 10-tfQ
Mrs. R. L. Martin of Lake Weir, is
expecting her brother-in-law and sis
ter. Mr. and Mrs. G. C. Terry of
Louisville, Ky., on the 15th inst.
Cream puffs and ehocolate eclairs at
Carter's Bakery. 14-2t
This is Judge D. S. Williams' sev
entieth birthday, and all his friends
hope that good and public spirited old
citizen will live to be a hundred.
" Meet me at the American Cafe,
Union Station, Ocala. for a regular
dinner family style. Best dinner in
the state for 75c. Eat and drink all
you want. Time for dinner 11 a. m. to
2:30 p. m. Owned and operated by
Chief of Police Gordon visited
Gainesville yesterday, his testimony
beinu 'needed against a criminal in
the hands of the Alachua county of
Tire Prices Reduced
DIAMOND Non-Skid, 30x3.
old price $20.00, now
DIAMOND Plain, 30x3,
old price- $17.60, now
6,000 Mile Guarantee
FEDERAL, FISK AND DIAMOND TUBES
NEW PRICES Overhauling Ford motor $16.
Overhauling Ford rear end, $5 for time.
Grinding Ford valves, $3.
JAS. ENGESSER, Proprietor
Phone 258 West Broadway
OUR CHIEF AIM
Has always been to do the- very best
repair work possible. If you're in
ned of expert
Make it your chief aim to come to see
us. Our work is guaranteed.
Corner Main ard Oklawaha --
nurse, call for Mrs. Clara Gibson,
320 Daugherty street.
WANTED To buy. a Singer sewing
machine. Must be in good condition
and cheap. Address Box 353, Ocala,
12-3tlf SALE Six room house and lot.
216 West Fourth St. Easy terms.
See owned, 504 South Lime street,
Ocala, Fla. 7-6t
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 woodchop-pers
pers woodchop-pers to cut pine wood; pay $1 a
cord. Apply to T. S. Mathews, Or Orange
ange Orange Lake. Fla. 5-Ct
LTHERO-COLA WOOD YARD 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
FOR SALE Full blood Poland China
boar. Herlong stock. R. E. Smed Smed-ley,
ley, Smed-ley, Santos, Fla. 4-9t
Build a E
Builder will co-operate financiall
n a fifty-fifty basis with responsible
persons who wish to build a home.
Designs and drawings free. Build a
home to your own liking and require
APPLY AT STAR OFFICE
PRACTICAL CARPENTER AND
Careiul estimates made cn all con contract
tract contract viork. Gives more and better
work fir the money than any othr
contractor in the city.
WOOD Oak and pine, cu t to any
length; delivered on short notice.
Phone Mrs. E. L. Ilowel!. Oak,
TOR SALE Two stoiy 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, 41G South -Third St.,
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. 23-tf
FOR SALE 1300 budded orange
trees. Pineapple end Parson Brown,
one year old budded on five year old
-our roots; from 3 to 5 ft. high.
Price, COc.and 75c. Write me or
see me at II. B. Masters Co. L. E
Cordrey, Ocala, Fla. 15-lm
FOR SALE House and lot; large
double-front tv" -. ere lot; several
pear and pecan i.ees; 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
LOST Pair gold rimmed eyeglasses,
-between 7S0 South Third street and
Frank's store. Return to Miss Maud
Blalock at Frank's store and get re reward.
ward. reward. 8-3t
FOR SALE Thoroughbred Collie.
pups, eligible to registration. Ap Ap-.
. Ap-. ply to Berry Carter, Route A,
Ocala, Fla. 10-Ct
LOST 30x3 H tire on steel Chevrolet
lim; between Ocala and Lake Weir
Sunday. Suitable reward by return returning
ing returning to Oca!a Aulo & Garage Com Com-;
; Com-; any. 10-3t
WOOD QUes Wood Yard. Season Season-jd
jd Season-jd oak or, pine wood, for either stove
jr fireplace; $1 and 2 per load. Yard
orner South Main and Third streets,
'hone 112. 15-lm
'OR SALE Lar; 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 of for building on
vacant portion o& property. For
price and terms, address Box 609,"
Ocala, Fla. 10-6t
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ONE NIGHT ONLY
- At 8:30 Sharp
The Comciy Classic of lie Ceetary
Surpassing both "Twin Beds" and "Fair and Warmer" as a Mirth Provoker
KEPT New York in Roars One Solid Year.
Chicago in Good Humor Six months.
Boston Laughing Four Months.
. ORIGINAL MAXINE ELLIOTT THEATRE
(New York) PRODUCTION AND
. 1 19 Maxwell trucfc, Al shape; reas reasonable
onable reasonable and terms if desired. Spencer Spencer-Pedrick
Pedrick Spencer-Pedrick Motor Co. 29-tf
I.Ir. Adelbert Leigh Acker (Bert
Leigh), leading man in "Tea for
Three," will arrive in the city tomor tomorrow
row tomorrow afternoon, with his company, and
spend, as much of his short stay as
possible with his wife and daughter
at the home of Mrs. Acker's parents,
Mr. and Mrs. .S. T. Sistrunk. Mr.
Acker has made a good many friends
ia Ocala, and they woold be glad if
he could make an extended visit.
Have your old mirrors re-silvered.
We do it promptly and at reasonable
pnees. All work guaranteed. Ocala
Mirror. Plating Works, Walter Yonge,
proprietor. Phone 504. 17-tf
Mrs. Bessie Adams succeeded yes yesterday
terday yesterday in raising the required bail for
her daughter, Mrs. Grace Long. The
young woman was quite ill, and was
taken to the hospital for recupera recuperation,
tion, recuperation, before she could be taken to her
mother's home in Kenwood.
Salt and fresh water fish, 'oysters,
hriropr-etc-, at City FISH Market,
9 Tt King Ave., phone 158. 27-tf
-There will be a meeting of the
Parent-Teacher Association tomorr
iow, Thursday, afternoon t the high
schcol buihlfcg. Miss Margaret Tay Taylor
lor Taylor will give an interesting, talk. All
members and othrs interested are re requested
quested requested to be present.
SELWYN & CO.'S
By ROI COOPER MEGRUE
Author of "IT PAYS TO ADVERTISE," Etc.
AND A GREAT BROADwAY CAS.T INCLUDING
J. W. Co well, Margaret Tyler and Ernest Hickok
51I1UCENT HAN LEV
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DON'T TJ30SS DT
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IF. YOU" AE SINGLE!
IT UNDEK ANY OBICUPSTANC
Mail Orders Accompanied
by Remittance Filled in
the Order Received.
50c, 77c, $100 $1.50 and' $2.00
SEATS NOW ON SALE AT
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