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OCALA, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, JANUARY 14. 1921
ARRIVAL OF THE
0. HIS LOIIE
10 Ell IFF
HI A RAID
GREEKS HAVE HADE
BY THE HALS
Tf Slake Amends for the Killing: of
Lieut. Langdon Expressed by
Washington. Jan. 14. Satisfactory
assurances by the Japanese govern government
ment government that its regrets over the killing
of Lieut. Langdon by a Japanese sen-
' try would be supplemented by. con convincing
vincing convincing proof of its intention to make
similar incidents improbable; are
awaited today by the state depart department."
ment." department." Confidence that the. Japanese
government would make adequate
reparation for the killing was ex expressed
pressed expressed by the department in a note
dispatched last night to the Tokio
foreign office. Officials are inclined to
regard the end-of the incident as in
SCOOTING OF LIEUT, LANGDON
Evidence that It was Deliberate Mur Mur-;
; Mur-; der by the Japanese Sentry
Washington, Jan. 14. The official
report of the shooting; of Lieut. W. H.
Langdon of the United States navy, at
-Vladivostok by a Japanese sentry, is
M Japanese sentry stationed in front
of Japanees staff headquarters at half
past four o'clock in the morning saw
a. man approaching who was using a
flashlight, casting its rays upon the j
.'front of the staff building. He stop stopped
ped stopped the man and demanded to know
if he was Russian or American. Not
understanding the reply made by
untraon me sentrv souptie to nun
9 .. a a 1 a a 1 a
rback the hood which was drawn over
his face to inspect him.
"The officer resisted and drew a
.-revolver, whereupon the sentry step step-back
back step-back and presented his bayonet.
"Tba officer turned to proceed on his
, way. The sentry called to him in
Japanese to stop and when the order
as disregarded he fired. Langdon
- turned upon the sentry and fired twice
at him with his revolver and then col-
United States to Investigate
T)ie government has evidenced its
inteption of making a careful inves inves-tygationof
tygationof inves-tygationof the affair but will take no
.SCtion until the -actual facts have
. .become known.
: Only the bare facts of the shoot
ing have been reported here and Con-j
' Clll f,(nwiin of VlaHiviCi-nlr Vi a a Viaon
fwked to supply the details. However,
: .iwo reports have been received by
tjje navy department from Rear Ad-
JDiiral Gleaves, commander in chief of
" the Asiatic squadron, giving both
sides of the affair. Admiral Gleaves
V reported he was then on the way to
Vladivostok to investigate reports of
yVlV OfcSS, ImIv ouvvwuig wvu
red at night in front of the Japanese
divisional headquarters The Ameri American's
can's American's death followed a few hours later
at the American hospital, but there
.were flatly contradictory statements
. made as to the cause. The Japanese
. said his suspicions were aroused when
he saw the officer flashing a hand
lamp. The officer replied, he said, by
firing a revolver at him. This he re re-turned
turned re-turned with a rifle shot, whereupon
the officer fired twice at him. The sen sentry
try sentry ran back to' call the guard and
when he returned the American had
r'-.. gone. ; v
Lieut. Langdon's statement, made
. after his arrival at the hospital, gave
. an entirely different version. He said
he was halted by the sentry, replied
to a question as to his identity and
. Ti pamH Ai nn hia wnv TTa laM Via
wvvuvi. v ... j atA .aw
, bad gone only a short distance when
HAWAIIAN SINGERS, TEMPLE THEATER, JANUARY 17
Harding Discusses Lislation with
Congressmen, Governors and
Other Prominent People
Marion, Jan. 14. Mr. Harding's
conferences again covered a wide va
riety of public questions today, with
problems of legislation at the present
session of Congress predominating.
Three members of the House were
among the callers and 'the president
elect also had appointments with Col.
Theodore Roosevelt, former Governor
Forbes and Judge Johnson, of the
EASTERN STAR MEETING
Ocala chapter of the Eastern Star
held a large and interesting meeting
last night at the Masonic hall. There
were over fifty present. The instal installation
lation installation of officers took place and the
following were installed:
Mrs. Rosalie Condon, worthy mat matron;
ron; matron; Mrs. Julie Weihe, associate mat matron;
ron; matron; Mrs. Susan Cook, secretary;
Mrs. Mary F. Yonge, treasurer; Miss
Julia Webb, conductor; Mrs. Carrie
Richey, associate conductor; Mrs.
Kattie Webb, chaplain; Miss Ruth
Simmons organist; Miss Carrie Bar Bar-to.
to. Bar-to. marshal: Mrs. Ada Smith. Adah:
Mrs. Reba Davis of Summerfiela,
Ruth; Miss Mary Bryce, Esther; Mrs.
Naida Condrey, Martha; Mrs. Annie
Bryce, Electa; Mrs.' Caroline DeCamp,
warder; Dr. K. J. Weihe, sentinel
Mr. H. S. .Wesson, who was elected
uvorthy patron, being but of the city.
was not installed last night.
There were quite a number of visi visitors
tors visitors present fromjother chapters in
the state and one from Vermont, Mr.
Southworth. Mrs. C. E. Simmons, re
tiring worthy matron, was presented
with a past matron's jewel and sev
eral other gifts. Mrs. L. E. Yonce was
presented with a beautiful pin and
Mrs. Rosalie Condon was the recipient
of a handsome basket of flowers.
Alter the business ol the evening
was over, "a social hour was enjoyed,
curing which refreshments or ice
cream, cake and coffee were served
and in every way the evening was a
most enjoyable one.
AID FOR RUBE ALLYN
(Tampa I Tribune)
Wauchula, Jan. 13. Rube Allyn
has twenty-five new subscribers to the
Florida Fisherman today. That many
subscribers, paid one year in advance,
were sent in from Wauchula today.
Rube has many warm friends in
Wtuchula, not he least of whonT is
Capt. Frank H. Simmons, with whom
Mr. Allyn spent two weeks at Camp
Wheeler. Mr. Simmons called on a
few of his friends today and each one
willingly put up one dollar for a
year's subscription to the Florida
Fisherman. It was a notable fact
that not one person refused to sub
scribe for Mr. Allyn s magazine.
Rube's Wauchula friends do not be believe
lieve believe him a willful murderer
BIG HAIR sale tomorrow, Monday
and Tuesday. Affleck Millinery Par
lors Ocaal House block. 14-3t
Strawberries today at Stroud's.
the sentry fired at him, the ball strik
ing him in the back after which he
turned and fired two revolver shots.
The report further stated Langdon
was in full uniform and that his
clothing and the wound itself showed
he had been shot in the back, the ball
passing out on the left side of the
At New York is the Cause of a Big
Demonstration Balloonista are
Feeling Fine and Fit
New York. Jan. 14. Kloor, Farrell
aiid Hinton arrived here this morning
exactly one month after they landed
near Moose Factory after their bal balloon
loon balloon flight from Rockaway.
RECEIVED A WARM WELCOME
A crowd of relatives and naval offi
cers greeted the returned officers. .The
balloonists declared they were none
the worse for their adventure and
lined up for the photographers.
TOBACCO WAR ON IN KENTUCKY
Lexington, Ky- Jan. 14. Although
the movement of 1921 for the forcing
of tobacco prices to a higher lever in
central Kentucky probably is more
general than ever before, according
to tobacco men, trouble over tobacco
is nothing new. Efforts to "cut out"
the crop because of low prices, have
taken place periodically for the last
thirteen years, resulting in 1908 in
what amounted to virtually a war
between growers who did not plant
and those who did.
In 1908 tobacco beds were burned,
farmers shipped and some instances
killed and a general reign of terror
was inaugurated. State troops were
unable to cope with the situation and
the trouble died down only when Gov.
Augustus E. Willson issued a procla proclamation
mation proclamation saying that the killing of a
"right rider" would be followed by an
immediate pardon for the slaye.
There were no sales of tobacco that
year in any of the principal markets
of the tobacco belt either in the cig cigarette
arette cigarette tobacco section of central Ken Kentucky
tucky Kentucky or the "Black Belt" or dark
btirley region of western Kentucky.
Indications of a drop in price were
forseen by tobacco men early in 1920
and last July a meeting of growers
was held in Lexington to vote on the
preposition to abandon the 1921 crop.
Ii was stated that labor costs were
so highthat in order to make the
c.-op it would be necessary to do
something to keep prices at a level
with those of 1919. It was decided at
the July meeting, however, that a
cut out" would not be necessary and
the Burley Tobacco Growers Asso
ciation was formed in an endeavor to
work out the problems of the growers
through co-operate methods. John W.
Newman of Versailles was elected
head of the organization.
When the government estimate of
the tobacco crop of Kentucky was
made public December 1, growers de
clared that it was too high, as the leaf
would not weigh more than two-thirds
of the usual amount. This caused post
ponement of the opening of the mar
kets throughout the burley, or cig
arette tobacco belt, while the growers'
association and state and federal agri
cultural department officials took a
census of the white burley crop. This
report was given out December 30
and showed a production of over
236,500,000 pounds of the cigarette
The Lexington market opened Jan.
3, and other markets on succeeding
days, the larger ones on January 4.
When growers found that prices all
pver the district were averaging far
below what was claimed to be the
cost of production and marketing the
"cut out" movement gained renewed
impetus with many new advocates.
After the closing of the Lexington
market on January 4 for a week and
similar action on the part of all
other larger markets, growers favor favor-iug
iug favor-iug abandonment of the 1921 crop
celled a mass meeting at Lexington to
Vee.de what action should be taken.
FEDERAL TROOPS WILL
Charleston, W. Va., Jan. 14. Fed Federal
eral Federal troops on duty in the Mingo
county coal strike zone will begin to
move out tomorrow on the return to
Camp Sherman, Ohio. The movement
will be gradual and it will be some
time before all the troops are with withdrawn.
drawn. withdrawn. This announcement was
made by Governor CornwelL
Have your old mirrors re-silvered.
We do it promptly and at reasonable
. pnees. All work guaranteed. Ocala
Mirror and Plating Works, Walter
"ionge, proprietor. Phone 04. 17-tf
Denies that He Ever Advised a Joint
Offensive Against the
Munich, Jan. 14. General Luden Luden-tiorff
tiorff Luden-tiorff denied he had presented a me me-orial
orial me-orial to the allies proposing a joint
offensive against Russia by England,
France and Germany. He denied that
he had any connection with General
Hoffman, who recently said that Gen General
eral General Pershing or General Foch should
lead the world army against the bol bol-shevikL
PAY HONORS TO.
OUR SOLDIER DEAD
The body of Private James C. Rey
nolds lies in its casket, covered by the
flag he lived and died under, at the
undertaking establishment of Sam R.
Pyles & Company. Sunday afternoon
it will be taken across the river to be
laid in its final resting place.
It is the duty of the people' of
Ocala particularly those whose boys
have gone across the sea and come
safely home to pay honors to the re
mains of this young man. Flowers
should be brought and laid upon his
coffin; his surroundings should be
fragrant and beautiful during these
last few hours before he is laid in th
grave. And when he goes on his last
journey, to the little cemetery near
his home, all our people who can
should go and give those who love
him best the assurance of sympathy
in their sorrow and honor for the boy
who did his duty well and faithfully
until the hand of death was laid upon
FRANK'S BIG SALE
Again Frank's store is conducting
tine of the most stupendous sales that
the city has witnessed in several
years. The idea that this firm is
working out is to get prices back to
normal, end if all concerns in the
country worked in the same patriotic
spirit shown by Frank's, normal
prices would soon be in evidence.
There are some splendid values offer
ed the public on a wide range of mer merchandise.
chandise. merchandise. There is a reduction of from
25 to 60 per cent on everything in
stock, regardless of the loss. .Before
9 o'clock this morning there was a
mass of people awaiting the opening
of the doors and to each of the first
fifty people in the store was given an
envelope containing a number that en
titled the holder to a chance on one of
the thirteen prizes that were given
away, ranging in value from $1 to $5.
SOUTHERN CATTLE LOAN
COMPANY BEGINS BUSINESS
Notice has been received by the
stockholders of the Southern Cattle
Loan Company that a sufficient
amount amount of the stock has been
subscribed to enable the company to
effect a permanent organization and
begin business. The' organization com
mittee has called a meeting to be held
in Jacksonville on January 18th, to
accept the charter and perfect these
Mr. Geo. W. Chase of Ocala, who
has been receiving subscriptions for
the stock of the company, has received
notice that at this meeting the sub subscription
scription subscription price of these shares will be
increased, but he states that he has
been allotted a limited amount of
stock which he is allowed to place at
the original organization price of S3
per share cash and $9 payable May
1st., without interest or if carried
longer by the company to bear inter
est at the rate of 7 per cent per an
num. After January 18th, the unsold
balance of the $500,000 capital stock
will be available upon the new. basis
decided on at this meeting.
The opportunity to secure an inter interest
est interest in a banking company, managed
and backed by the strongest business
men and bankers of Florida, has never
before been offered the investors of
Marion county; .and those who have
not already availed themselves of this
opportunity should see Mr. Chase be before
fore before January 18th and secure a reser reservation
vation reservation of the shares while they can
be obtained onthe organization
BIG HAIR sale tomorrow, Monday
and Tuesday. Affleck Millinery Par Par-leis,
leis, Par-leis, Ocaal House block. 14-3t
Seafood, always to be had fresh at
2ty FISH Market. 9 Ft. King Ats. tf
A Wholesale 3tasacre of the Skunks
is a Lesson Badly Needed
New York, Jan. 14.-rPublic build
ings, churches, public utility plants
and homes of wealthy citizens thruout
the city are under heavy guard today
by police order as a precautionary
measure against a possible radical
demonstration. Police officials were
extremely reticent concerning the or order
der order given verbally last night to the
entire force, but they intimate it was
prompted by federal authority.
ED ERAL AGENTS BUM FINDERS
Washington, Jan. 14. The warning
of threatened demonstrations witn
bombing activities in New York was
received by the government from a
reputable private detective agency,
department of justice officials said to today.
day. today. An investigation is being made
but federal agents have been unable
to find evidence of when the demon
strations are to occur.
POPULATION OF RICHMOND
Washington, Jan. 14. The negro
population of Richmond, Va., is 54, 54,-C47.
C47. 54,-C47. The white population is 1 17,563,
and all others 55.
MILLERANT ASKS PERET
TO FORM A CABINET
Paris,1 Jan. 14. Raoul Peret, presi
dent of the chamber of deputies, has
been askeVl by President Millerand'to
form a, cabinet in succession to the
one headed by Georges Leygues,
which resigned Wednesday.
MADE ASSAULT ON M cG RATH
Attack by Unknown Parties on King's
Counsel in Dublin
London, Jan. 14. William Me-
Grath, king's counsel in Dublin, was
severely wounded when he was fired
upon by unknown men who forced
en entrance into his home early to today,
day, today, says a Dublin dispatch. McGrath
was struck by several bullets.
MANY FIRES AT MADERA
Several Blazes, Believed to be Incen
diary, in a Pennsylvania
Clearfield, Pa., Jan. 14. Fires be
lieved to be of incendiary origin, broke
oat at ; Madera near here today. At
9:30 o'clock thirteen building has been
destroyed with an. estimated loss of
(100,000 and the fire was still burning.
Madera is a thriving town in the bi
tuminous coal district.
Had to Use Dynamite
Later: The fire was brought under
control only after buildings in the
path of the flames were dynamited.
Fifteen buildings were destroyed with
a loss of a quarter million.
Just received sea bass weighing
from three to twelve pounds, for bak baking
ing baking purposes. City Fish Market.
Phone 158. tf
C V. Roberts is framing pictures
and hasn't left Ocala. Phone 350. 6t
TEMPLE THEATER MONDAY, JANUARY 17
In Their Offensive on the Bntssa
Front in Asia Minor, They are
Driving the Ottomans
London, Jan. 14. The Greeks have
made another important advance in
their offensive against the Turkish
nationalists on the Brussa front in
Asia Minor, according to the Greek
MRS. H.f C WILLIAMS
Mrs. George W. Martin in her usu
al hospitable and cordial manner en entertained
tertained entertained the officers and teachers of
the elementary department of the
Methodist Sunday school yesterday
afternoon at her home, especially in
compliment to Mrs. H. C. Williams,
who has been one of the most faith
ful workers in this department and
who leaves soon for Dunnellon, tc;
make that town her futuae home.
Assisting Mrs. Martin in entertain entertaining
ing entertaining her guests was her daughter, Mrs.
H. H. Black. There were piano and
vocal solos enjoyed, especially the
piano selections of Mrs. S. F. San Sanders,
ders, Sanders, whose old fashioned pieces are
always good. There was a guessing
contest that proved very interesting,
besides a number of other games, and
the one of making animals from a
sheet of paper was the cleverest. Each
guest was given a sheet of paper with
htr name written upon it and it was
j the duty ofeach one to make an ani
mal by pinching around each name.
Tnis proved most amusing.
At the conclusion of this contest,
Mrs. Black invited the guests into
the dining room to take a draw from
a splendid imitation of a plum pud pudding
ding pudding and they were each 'rewarded
with some sort of an animal orna ornament.
ment. ornament. Then a two-course menu was
served, consisting of chicken salaa,
saltines, pickles, hot chocolate and
For this occasion the house was a
mass of beautiful roses and asparagus
fern, which made a pretty setting as
the guests enjoyed the many unique
forms of entertainment provided.
For over twenty-eight years Mrs..
Martin has been the superintendent of
the elementary department of the
Methodist Sunday, school, which con consists
sists consists of over 300 pupils. She has ac
orn plished a great-deal of good and
those present yesterday afternoon are
e'ther officers or teachers under her
ection. The honoree, Mrs. Will Williams
iams Williams has been one of "her most able
workers and instructors and her leav leaving
ing leaving town is especially deplored Jy
the members of the Methodist church.
Besides those assisting, the following
were present: Mrs. A. T. Thomas,
Mrs. C. W. White. Mrs. W. P. Buhr Buhr-man,
man, Buhr-man, Mrs. Eugene Swindell, Mrs.
Richard McConathy, Mrs. DeWitt
Griffin, Mrs. Jessie Marshall, Mrs. 5.
F. Sanders, Mrs. H. M. Baxter, Mrs.
C. W. Moremen, Mrs. IL B. Baxter,
Mrs. IL W. Ragland, Mrs. J.-W. Tally,
Mrs. J. W. Crosby, Mrs. E. T. Spen Spencer,
cer, Spencer, Mrs. C. E. Simmons, Mrs. Fred
Cook, Mrs. W. W. Clyatt and Misses
.Annie Davis, Margaret Walters, Edith
Baker, Ruth .Ervin, Carrie Barco.
Edna Sipple, Mamye Smedley and'
Miss Ervin and Masters JL M. Bax Baxter,
ter, Baxter, Donald Wilson, Margaret Mich Michael,
ael, Michael, Johnnie Moremen and Myrtle Hol Hol-lcway.
lcway. Hol-lcway. Strawberries today at Stroud's. It
OCALA EVENING STAR, FRIDAY, JANUARY 14. 1921
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trouble is partly owing to inefficient
appointees of the administration, and
partly to the inefficiency and partisan partisanship
ship partisanship of Congress, which has done bat
ittle. and that little more with a ten
dency to increase the titrable than
relieve it. If the incoming adminis
tration does not clear the situation up,
the American people will begin to
think -their republic is a failure.
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The gold brick tariff is not having
smooth sailing. -Times-U-iion.
How -can a gold bnck have any
kind of sailing?
Does anybody object to the five pay
davs in January?- Tampa Times.
The poor fellowjwho has to do the
paying may object.
Wonder if Hoover has yet decided
whether he is a republican or a dem
ocrat T-Tampa Tribune.
Acts like he has something more
important to think about.
The principal result of that inves
tigaticn of affairs in Haitf is that un under
der under our marines the island had more
peace and better government that at
any other time m its history.
Senator Harding, it is. stid, will
journey from St. Augustine to Miami
on a houseboat. He had better bor
row one of Josephus' battleships if he
wants to be safe from office seekers.
Before we spend too much money
on a larger army and navy suppose
we decide whom we want to fight. fight.-Tampa
Tampa fight.-Tampa Times.';
Better" find out who wants to fight
Ex-Chairman Lake of the state
highway commission found out all of
a sudden that his other business pre
vented his attending to his duties on
the- commission. Funny he didn't
think of that two months ego.
Story of that Japanese sentry, as
to how he came to shoot Lieut. Lang
don sounds fishy. Either the officer
or" the sentry' or both were ignorant
of the regulations, or the Jap wanted
to kill somebody, preferably an Amer
Looks like Gov. Hardee is going to
make- a clean sweep of the Catts par
tlsans that our late unlamented gov
ernor appointed to office in the last
month of his administration. Some
of-them. Gov. Hardee can leave un
filled with" great saving to the state
Gov. Hardee has tumbled all Catts
appointees out' of the state highway
cemmission, and filled their places
with men who the Star is sure will do
tie work better. The commission has
been a joke the last few months, and
why any' sensible man accepted
place on ft under Catts we can't un
tl-rstand. It now looks like a busi
JAMES C REYNOLDS
V V TmThT V f iTwYt V
The United States did not lose near
so 'many men in the war as the other
big nations engaged, but in propor
tion to the number of troops at the
front and ,the time they, were there
our losses were heavy, But since
the war has ended, and the men come
home, a great many case of tubercu tuberculosis
losis tuberculosis have developed, the seeds 6f the
disease being, sown by exposure in a
climate much more trying than that
of America. The men who are sick
or dying from the disease are receiv receiving
ing receiving scant attention from the govern government,
ment, government, and a considerable number of
other men badly wounded or ill are
having to shift for themselves or. de depend
pend depend on charity. War risk insurance,
which the discharged soldiers were
urged to keep up, is tangled so much
that a number of the men who are
carrying it are doubtful whether it
will prove any use to their beneficiar beneficiaries
ies beneficiaries if they die. There is no doubt
that the responsible men in the gov government
ernment government want the ex-service men to
have all the country can give, them,
but matters are in such a mess that
it will be a long time, if ever, before
they are straightened out; in the
The funeral of Private James C
Reynolds, Sixth Battalion, Field Ar Artillery
tillery Artillery Replacement Regiment, who
died overseas, will be held Sunday
afternoon, in charge of Marion. County
Post No. 27, of the American Legion;
The funeral will be public and so far
as is possible will be of a military na
ture. The body of the young soldier
will leave the undertaking parlors of
S. R. Pyles & Co. at 2 o'clock Sunday
afternoon, and the funeral services
and interment will take place at Ok-
awaha church, near Lynne, at 3:30.
Rev. J. J. Neighbour, chaplain of
Marion County Post No. 27 of the
1 gion, will conduct the services at
the grave, using the American Legion
burial ceremony. A firing squad will
fire the volleys over the grave and
taps" will be blown.
James C. Reynolds, who gave his
life for his country, was twenty twenty-three
three twenty-three years of age. He was born at
Lynne in this county, where he spent
most Of his life. In July 1918, he en enlisted,
listed, enlisted, and was sent to Camp Jack
son, Columbia, S. C, where he was
assigned to the field artillery for
training. He landed in France early
m September 1918, but soon" after
contracted influenza and died in a hos hospital
pital hospital on September 23.
Private Reynolds is survived by his
father and mother, Mr. and Mrs. J.'
A. Reynolds, of Lynne, a sister, Miss
Bonnie Reynolds, and' three brothers,
Luther, Grady and Harley. '"''" ;
BOARD OF TRADE
MEMBERS ARE INDIFFERENT
Although several matters of impor
tance to Ocala and Marion cbunty had
been announced for consideration the
attendance at the Board of Trade
meeting last night consisted of the
president, secretary and five mem members.
bers. members. No quorum was present and
no meeting was held. This would be
exceedingly discouraging were it not
for the fact,' as the secretary points
out, that every commercial organiza organization
tion organization is faced with such a situation
ever so often. The spirit of public
service burns very low at times and
must be revived. As it has happened
there must be further delay in the ef effort
fort effort to improve the city's main ap approach
proach approach at the union station, at present
a' most uninviting eyesore.
The annual meeting of the Marion
County, Board of Trade will be held
Thursday night, January 27. 'Elec 'Election
tion 'Election of officers for the new year will
then be held, and a decision will have
to be reached as to the finances of
the organization. The secretary will
have his report for the year that is
closing and the record of the organi
zation will show that by no means
can Ocala and Marion county permit
the only commercial organization in
this county to go without support, and
at a time when the future of the city
and county were never more promis promising.
Mr. P. H. Rolfs, who has for years
been one of the most valued instruc instructors
tors instructors at the University of Florida,
doing work that has had beneficial re
sult on the agrictulture of the entire
state, will leave in a few days : for
Brazil, the government of that coun country
try country having appointed him to carry on
tnere, on a much larger scale, the
work he has been doing in Florida. We
have heard a number of people blame
Florida for not paying Mr. Rolfs a
salary large enough to keep him here.
If salary is the only object, it would
be useless for Florida to bid against
Brazil, which has fifty times the area
and a hundred times the resources of
cur state. We hardly thiiikj however,
that Mr. Rolfs is swayed by financial
motives. He probably goes as much
to study as to Instruct, for Brazil is
a very fruitful field for the scientist.
At any rate, we hope he will return
srme day to Florida, richer in mind
and purse, to stay with us the
mainder of his days.
Governor Hardee Deals a New Hand
in the State Highway Game
Announcement was made at Talla-i
hassee on the 12th by the governor's
secretary, M. L. Dawson, that Gover
nor Hardee had accepted the resigna
tion of four of, the members of the
state road department, and the ap appointment
pointment appointment of an entirely new mem
bership was announced at the same
time, which is as follows:
J. D. Smith of Mariahna, recently
removed by ex-Gov. Catts, was rein reinstated
stated reinstated as member representing the
third congressional district, thus au automatically
tomatically automatically removing IL V. Maund. of
Tallahassee, appointed by the former
governor to succeed Mr. Smith. The
other new members are:
H. W. Clark of Wall Springs, Hills Hillsborough
borough Hillsborough county, to represent the first
Capt. W. J. Hillman of Live Oak,
to represent the second congressional j
L E. Schilling of Miami, to rep represent
resent represent the fourth congressional dis
Judge H. B. Phillips of Jackson
ville, to represent the state at large.
The appointment of Captain Hill-:
man and the reinstatement of J. D.
Smith insures the department in hav-'
ing two men who have had several ;
years experience as members thereof.
Captain Hillman was a pointed as a
member when the department was or
ganized in 1915 and served four!
years, retiring in 1919.
GOVERNOR ASKS STATE.
. INSPECTORS TO RESIGN
. ."Governor Hardee," says Secretary
Dawson,, "has requested the resigna resignation
tion resignation of the convict inspectors of the
state. He feels that there are more
convict inspectors now in the service
than are necessary and has requested
their resignation in order to reorgan reorganize
ize reorganize the service, and expects to use
fewer in number. I might also add
that the law authorizing the appoint appointment
ment appointment of .convict inspectors makes
their tenure of office at the pleasure of
( There are at present four convict
inspectors in the state, each of whom
draws a salary of $1500 and traveling
expenses. They are: H. W. Raiford,
Raiford; F. W. Cason, Jacksonville;
B. E. Raysor, Lowell; B. B. Blitch,
The Jacksonville Metropolis expects
to entertain the members of the
Florida Daily Press Association, their
wives and daughters, at a meeting
Mondy in which business and pleasure
will be combined. ( The business will
be in the form of a discussion among
the newspaper men as to the best
ways of improving their news serv service,
ice, service, and the pleasures will consist of
seeing Jacksonville from the decks of
a steamer, voyaging up and down the
river, and a supper at the Seminole in
the evening. Pretty much a big fam family
ily family party. The Star, has an invitation
to be present and much regrets its
inability to accept.
Over fifty years ago a young phy
ldan practiced widely In Pennsylva Pennsylvania
nia Pennsylvania and became famous for his uni uniform
form uniform success in the curing of disease.
This was Dr. R. V. Pierce, who after afterwards'
wards' afterwards' established himself in Buffalo,
N. T, and placed his "Golden Med-1
leal Discovery," in the drug stores of
tit United States. When you feel
' run-down, out of sorts, blue and de-
spondent try the energizing influence
of Golden Medical Discovery in tablet
or : liquid form. Nearly a million
bottles were sold last year.'
TREASURE M NORTH AFRICA
French Writer Declares Land Is a
: Store house of Historical and
Nerth Africa Morocco, Algeria
comprises, according to Louis Bert-
rand, writing in LUlustratlon (Paris),
a storehouse of historical and arch arch-eeloglcal
eeloglcal arch-eeloglcal treasures unsuspected by the
gnat majority of Frenchmen. France's
tricolor floats over these stsried lands
washed by the Mediterranean.
M. Bertrand concludes that most ef
his countrymen visit the colonial pos
sess! on much as they would visit a
spectacular review or something of
the sort, as a bizarre experience of
strange sounds and colors and muscle
dancers ; whereas. If they would but
open their eyes, they might behold
dead cities raising up their heads and
almost hear the echoing footsteps of
the Roman legions. He points. In
fact, to North Africa as the richest
museum of Latin antiquity In the
world, where the ruins of the imperial
occupation are thickly strewn fsr
leagues, crying out for the pick and
spade ef the excavator. "From Volu Voluntas
ntas Voluntas la Morocco to Glgthl In Tunis,"
declares the writer, "en a line 2,000
kilometers long, the Reman ruins are
landmarks In Africa. With their tri triumphal
umphal triumphal arches, colonnades, pagan tem temples,
ples, temples, basilicas and Christian burial
places, they outline a shattered royal
reed without a peer."
The Treasury Department now ad ad-vises
vises ad-vises 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
TEE CMA IMTMM, MBE :
JOHN L. EDWARDS. President CHARLES S. CULLEN. Vice-President
H. D. STOKES. Cashier
tf It If t
TUB UN I VERS At CAD
Expected It White.
"Americans traveling for the first
time In Europe." said Senator Bran Bran-degee
degee Bran-degee at a Hartford dinner, "display
provincial crudeness in many ways,
hut the faux pas a Boston leather prof profiteer
iteer profiteer made in a fashionable Parisian
restaurant was pardonable. Thanks
te prohibition he was quite uninitiated
In the matter of table wines he had
made his pile after we went dry.
" 'Holy smoke, waiter,' this profiteer
exclaimed haughtily. 'Look what you've
brought me yellow wine when I asked
for whltef" .
Abbot Ford Cars Solid Logic
THE Ford car has been fundamentally right from the begin beginning.
ning. beginning. That fact made it 'The Universal Car." It has al always
ways always lead in lowest first cost as well as in lowest cost to main maintain
tain maintain and operate.'
Runabout, Touring Car. Coupe, Sedan. Truck and ;Fordson
Tractor we have them all and will make reasonably'prbmpt de delivery.
livery. delivery. Simplicity has ever marked the designing and building- of
Ford cars, trucks and tractors. Henry Ford and his engineers
have always striven for simplicity with strength: The success of
the Model "T" Ford car and a great part of the Ford Motor Com Company's
pany's Company's success 1ms come from an early understanding and appre appreciation
ciation appreciation of that principle in motor car construction. The fewer
the parts in a car. fewer the parts go wrong. When that simple
truth is carrie4 out in producing a car, as it is in Ford cars,
trucks and tractors, the result is bound to be a simplicity of de design
sign design and building that means simplicity, durability and economy,
This simplicity of construction proves itself in the ease with',
which Ford cars, trucks and tractors are driven. Four million five
hundred Ford cars in daily .service proves every claim we make.
More than ever we are sare the Ford car is your necessity necessity-let's
let's necessity-let's have your order today.
I TUCKER & SIIMdDKS
H OCALA - - FLOniCA
The laws of Florida require all auJ
tomobiles to have a 1921 license num number
ber number January 1st, 1921. All automobile
drivers not having 1921 license tags
on February 1st, 1921, will be prose prosecuted.
cuted. prosecuted. S. C M. Thomas,
j Sheriff, Marion Coutny, Fla.
Salt and fresh water fish, oysters,
hrimp, etc at City FISH Market,
Ft. King Ave, phone 158. 27-tf
The annual meeting .of the stock stockholders
holders stockholders of the Carroll Motors Com Company
pany Company will be held at the ofices of the
company, in Ocala, Fla, on Wednes Wednesday,
day, Wednesday, January 19th, 1921, at 10 o'clock
a. m. R. R. Carroll, President.
Attest: A. Aj Griffin.
Vice President and Acting Secy.
Ocala, Fla-, December 5, 192L tf
Be thankful you are paying an in income
come income tax to Uncle Sam and not an
indemnity to William Iohenzollern.
The annual meeting 'of the stock stockholders
holders stockholders of the Ocala Iron Works will
be held in the company's cSce at
Ocala, Fla, on Monday, the 7th day
kf February, A. D. 1921. at 10 o'clock
a m, for the purpose or electing of officers
ficers officers and such other business as may
come before the meetinjr.
Dated in Ocala this the 7th day of
January, A. D. 1321.
George MaelLay, rretident.
Clarence Camp, Acting' Secretary.
OCALA EVENING STAB, FBIDAY, JANUARY 14. 1921
"' : I
Just received one of the best selection ot
PiCTURE MOLDINGS ever shown in
- Ocala. Call and see them. Phone 350
ROBERTS & SPENCER
Head Carefully These Prices!
. SUGAR, per lb 10c
Best Head Rice, per lb 12c
Nine pounds for . .1.00
"Best Blue Rose Rice, per lb. 10c
Eleven' pounds for .$1.00
P. & G. and Octagon Soap, three
cakes for 25c
Rumford Baking Powder,
r one-lb. cans 30c
, Geaneasy Soap 4 cakes for. 25c
Fearline, Grandma, Lighthouse
; and Octagon Wash Pwdr..5c
' Seafoam Wash Powder 4 for. 25c
! Jello per package .15c
Cream Powder, two for 25c
Three cans No. 2 size Premier
Peas for .......$1.00
Three cans No. 2 size" Premier
Corn for .85c
Reddick Peanut Butter lb... 30c
Four-lb. Buckets $1.20
Eight-lb. Buckets $2.30
Argo Starch three for 25c
Pure lard in bulk and in three
and five-pound buckets.
Breakfast Bacon Squares lb. 35c
White Bacon 22c
By the Side 21c
Lard Compound per lb. ... .15c
Maxwell House Coffee lb. ..40c
Klim, 1-lb. size 95c
Klim, 2-lb size. $1.90
Klim, 5-lb. size .. $3.50
Meal and Grits. 6 lbs 25c
Fresh eggs always on hand.
Our eggs are guarantted.
Henry Clay Flour.
Pillsbury ,and Gold Medal
New Syrup in pints, quarts,
two quarts and in bulk.
It was a merry and gay afternoon
yesterday at the residence of Mr. and
Mrs. L. W. Duval when their bright
littl dauehter. Adelaide celebrated
her sixth birthday by inviting ove
forty of her small friends to come
and play all sorts of happy games
which her mother had arranged for
For over two hours many interest interest-ire
ire interest-ire and uniaue games were enjoyed.
The most amusing pastime was bob-
bine for aDDles. There was an apple
for each guest tied from the limbs of
the camphor trees and the little folks
could secure the prize only by bobbing
for it, which caused great fun not only
for the contestants but the onlookers
Just before refreshments were
served, on the lawn, the guests were
invited into the dininer room to view
the beautifully decorated birthday I brilliant, dazzline. Feb. 25
- . -a I
cake. The cake was ornameniea wna
a foundation of white icing, palel ROYAL ARCH MASONS
sweet peas and six pink candles. Then
all repaired to the lawn, where mdi-j Regular conventions of the Ocala
vidual pink and white cakes and ice J Chapter No. 13. R. A. BL, on the fourth
cream cones were enjoyed, ana as i naay in every monw t o p. m.
souvenir of the occasion lovely colo-1 H. S. Wesson, U. r.
rial houanets of eandv were passed I Jake Brown. Secretary.
TU;- AJj.iJo imiiv nrottv ODDFELLOWS
presents wiiicn oi course oeiigniea ner N 22. I. O. O. F-
very much and she had an apprecia- meet every Tuesday evening at the
tive remark for each of the donors. 0dd Fellows hall at the corner of
Mrs. W. F. Blesch and Miss Margaret port King Ave. and Osceola street. A
Hocker assisted Mrs. Duval in various warm welcome always extended to
ways and the young honoree's father, I visiting brothers
- : - . t A
Sncccssorslto Gates Garage
. 1 2
We sell Philadelphia Diamond Grid Batteries
Chandler and Cleveland Automobiles
Look at our Used Cars. All are Bargains and Guaranteed as represented
Tires, Tubes, Accessories and Storage.
' Cars Washed 1.00
Cars Polished S1.C0
The O. H. S. carnival;
All ether Groceries as Low as Good Quality
and Foil Weight will aHotf
FARMERS' EXCHANGE STORE
Mr. L. W. Duval, her grandfather,
Mr. Stiles, McDoueald and. Dr. Mont
gomery of Elizabethtown,v Ky., also
enjoyed watching the children at this
T. C. Carter, N. G.
H. R. Luff man. Secretary.'
WOODMEN OF THE WORLD
Anthony, Jan. 13. Mr. and Mrs.
W. H. Milligan of Jacksonville arrived
in Anthony last week and will remain
(here for some time.
Miss Julia Meadows was the guest
of Miss Josie Parrish of Citra several
I days last week.
Mrs.. Ed Carmichael spent a
Port Kin Camn No. 14 meets at
MC of P. hall at 7:30 v. m. every sec
ond and fourth Friday. Visiting sot-I
reigns are always welcome.
J. C Bray, C. C
Chas. K. Sage, Clerk.
ORDER OF EASTERN STAR
75c. value; Royal ; 55c.value,
Scarlet Peaches 59c Brownie Apricots 40c
75c value. Royal 50c. value, Red
Scarlet Pears 58c Label Peaches 39c
65c. value, 35c. value,
Brownie Pears 51c Rhubarb 26c
Orala Chanter No. 29. O. E. S.
meta at the Masonic hall the second
fw land fourth Thursday evenings of each
days in Anthony last week with her month at 8 o clock.
sister, Mrs. N; B. Plummer.
CASH AND CARRY
One East And One West City Square
: Stop at the One Nearest You
Negotiable Storage Receipts Issued on Cotton, Automobile, Etc.
LONG DISTANCE MOVING
Mr. Raymond Post left Saturday for
Lakeland for a short stay with rela
Mrs. D, E. Knoblock and baby of
Martin are spending this week with
Mrs. Knoblock's mother, Mrs. Eva
Mrs. A. B. Moore celebrated her
birthday last Friday with a birthday
supper. A great many menas ana
relatives were present.
Mr. Chester Hillman has traded his
Ford car for a Buick roadster.
Miss Mattie Leitner returned Mon
day from Lake Wales, where she was
the guest of her sister, Mrs. Bickford
for two weeks.
Mrs. W. H. Martin came home
Thursday of last week after a visit to
relatives in Jacksonville.
Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Edwards and
little daughter, Eileen left Monday for
Mrs. C. C. Gates and children after
a few weeks visit in Anthony, return
ed to their home in Jacksonville Sat
Mr. C. W. Turner traded in his old
Ford for a handsome new home.
Mrs. J. A. Perkins of Ocala spent
j I a few days in Antnony lasi wee wim
Everything to Please. Nothing to Offend h. -ded ..
gmmmrmmrt timimnn CfBiH10 oound party at the home of Mr. and
vita L. biMllo a UWllfiU snuwa m. d. h. pt w.Mur
W SkMW w r Irp Mf WOQ nvPTi.iTi rinnor of Mr.
i a. ax o
A combination Of ShoWS and Rides, combined tO meet the James Palmer and Miss Irene Palmer,
M r rxonla who expect to leave Anthony soon.
requirement ui uu a., 6 Mn w N Fielding received news
r oniin 717t?H- A riAVS AND NIGHTS) O of the. illness of her son, Mr. William
una owwv iir Fielding, who is now in Gainesville.
Commencing Monday JANUARY 17
Band concert every evening
2 Bands 2 2 Rides 2 7 Shows 7
ShowXot MagnoUa St. North, Near Union Depo
MOVE, PACK, SHIP
1 FURNITURE, ETC.
Mrs. Lillian Simmons, W. M.
Mrs. Susan Cook. Secretary.
FARM FOR SALE
Farm of 160 acres of good new
eround containing the rich Scott
spring hammock, situated two miles
from Ocala on hard road, improved
with dwelling and all out buildings.
Will ell at a bargain. .Address, C.
P. Howell, Box 188, Ocala, Fla. 31-30t
OCALA LODGE No. 286, B. P. O. E.
Ocala Lodre No. 286. Benevolent II
and Protective Order oi kiks. meexs
the second and fourth Tuesday eve
nings of each months Visiting oretn-
always welcome. Lodge rooms
C V. ROBERTS, Phone S05
BARNEY SPENCER. Phone 431
ROBERTS & SPENCER
Funeral Directors and Embalniers
Private Morgue and Chapel. Personal Service to all.
Motor Equipment. Coffins and Caskets Delivered.
Office Phone 350,
217 West Broadway
Shop, 113 Mam street. W
CIYIi DV6INEE11S AND SURVEYORS
1 Licensed under the laws of the State of Florida
C. Y. Miller. E. R.
ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE
OF TRAINS IN OCALA
Seaboard Air Line
Arrive from Jacksonville.. 2:10a.m.
Leave for Tampa.., 2:15a.m.
Arrive from Jacksonville .. 1:50 p.m.
Tjiav. fftF Tmnii x:ood. m.
Arrive from Jacksonville.. 3:51p.m.
Leave for Tampa 4:05 p.m.
Arrive from Tampa.. ,js:a.hu
Leave for Jacksonville. . n.
Arrive from Tampa....... l:S5p.xn.
Leave ior jacjcsonvuie.... i:eop.m.
Arrive from Tampa. 4:16p.m.
Leave for jacksonvuie. ... :i i p. m-
Arrive from Wew lorK.'... i:ta.m.
Leave for St. Petersburg.. 1:37a.m.
TEE WINPSOR HOTEL
In the hear of the eity with Hemming Park for
a front yard.'
Every modern convenience in each room,
second to none
Dining room service la
ROBERT M. MEYER,
J. E. KAVANAUGH
We hope there is nothing serious and
he will soon be up again.
Mr. Y. D. Eirwin and daughter.
Miss Esther Eirwin and Master Y. D.
Jr., of Ocala, were in Anthony Tues
Miss Josephine Haymaker returned
Sunday from Winter Haven, where
she visited her father, Mr. H. O. Hay
maker for several weeks.
Mr. E. Clemmons died at his home
in Soarr Sunday morning and his body
was buried in the Anthony cemetery
Monday morning. Mr. Clemmons had
lived near Sparr for years and had
friends throughout the community
who wish to extend their sympathy to
the bereaved ones.
Start the New Year
f right. If your eyes trou
ble you, have them ex-
i. sec ammea. mase uus your
.Wt if;n fftr 1921.
DR. K. J. WEIHE,
Optometrist and Optician
: Good wholesome body materials
vith just the right quantity of sugar
and cinnamon make our cinnamon
oils "delicious." Federal Bakery. 6t
REASONABLE CHARGES thi3 week.
Mrs; Earl Crosby is visiting
Calvary. Jan. 12. Quite a nice size
crowd gathered at the home of Mr.
George Buhl last Thursday evening.
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Redding ana
Kfihv wore cnests of Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs. M. J. Morrison ana
children went to Martel last Sunday.
Mrs. Eula Sullivan of Martel is the
guest of Mr. and Mrs. M. J. Morrison
We repair all makes of cars and
pecialize on Maxwell. Chalmers and
Oakland autoa. .
GEO. J. WILLIAMS
Formerly Carroll Motor Company
Garage, Osceola St.
parents and brothers and their fam
ilies this week.
Mr. Fred Buhl was a business visi
tor in Ocala last Saturday.
Get the habit of reading the ada.
Capt. Edward Drake is associated
with us and in charge of our Phos Phosphate
phate Phosphate Mine and Plant Department.
OUIees, 33-31 Holder Bldg.
Phone No. 543
u oh .r?;
Atlantic Coast Line
Arrive from Jacksonville.. 2:31 a-m,
eave for St. PetersDurg.. z:ms.b.
JMrlcumvilla.. 3:84 cm.
Uf IIB ww
Leave for St. Petersburg.. 3:S5 p.m.
Arrive from JacJcsonvu:e..iu:i. p.m.
Leave for Leesburg. . . .10:13 p.m.
Arrive from St. Petersburg 2:26 a.m.
eave for Jacksonville.... i:a.m.
Arrive from St. Petersburg 1:25 p.m.
Leave for Jacksonvuie. . ;ap.m.
Arriv from Leesbure.... 6 :41 a. ra.
Leave for Jacksonville.... 6:42a.m.
Arrive from Homosassa... iu p.m.
Leave for Homosassa 3:25 p.m.
Arrive from Gainesville,
daily except Sunday.... a.l:du sun.
Leave for Gainesville, dally
except Sunday :opm.
Leave for Lakeland Toes-
day, Thursday sararaay l ;m.u.
At. from Lakeland. Tua-, -dav.
Thursday. Saturday 11:03 p.m.
Leave for Wilcox, Monday,
Wednesday ana maay.. i;xw.h
Arrive from. Wikox. Mon- m
day. Wedneaday, Taay. p.
T5fc Prices Keiiicei
. DIAMOND Non-Skid, 30x3. 17 (()
old price $20.00, now..... vll .VU
DIAMOND Plain. 30x3. SIS ff)
old price $17.60. now..... tI.UV
6.000 Mile Guarantee
FEDERAL FISK AND DLUIOXD TUBES
NEW PRICES Overhauling Ford motor $lb.
' Overhauling Ford rear end, $5 for time.
Grinding Ford valves, $3.
PIXIE GAE AGE
JAS. ENGESSER. Proprietor
uhssa West Broadway
ONE OF FLODJDA'S BEST GARAGES
Expert Repairs Tires Gas and Oil
. - OCALA, FLORIDA
Mmn street, upline vuui j
OCALA EVENING STAB, FRIDAY; JANUARY 14, 1521
If you have any
phone to five-one.
Mr. C W. Hunter has
from a visit to Jacksonville.
Mrs. E. G. Lindner is entertaining
two tables of auction players at her
heme this afternoon.
HELP JIM HOWELL
Cabbage and lettuce plants for sale.
H. P. Bitting & Co. 14-3t
Mr. A. D. Cothran of Alachua was a
welcome visitor in town today.
BIG HAIR sale tomorrow, Monday
end Tuesday. Affleck Millinery Par Parlors,
lors, Parlors, Ocaal House block. 14-3t
Mrs. H. P. Chambers of Wildwood
was a visitor in the city for the day
. Send your pictures to us to be
fiamed. Roberts & Spencer. Phone
Mr. Louis Yonce is doing a good
business at the "Fort King Confec
tionery, a neat little store, where he
sells fruit, candy, cigars and cool
drinks, on the southwest corner of
Fort King and Osceola.
,Mr. James C Howell is taking sub subscriptions
scriptions subscriptions 'to equip a big car with
samples of Marion county produce and
send it all over South Florida to at attract
tract attract the attention of both home peo
ple and visitors. Seems to tb Star
like a mighty fine idea. A "good many
Mrs. Leta Camp Bennett has re-1 have contributed, but not. near eonugh.
turned home from a visit to Savannah I Chip in and help Jim out and be will
as. the guest of her sister, Mrs. George I help our county out.
1 One light 1919 five-passenger Buick
touring car, newly painted. Ninety Ninety-day
day Ninety-day mechanical guarantee. Reason Reasonable.
able. Reasonable. Spencer-Pedriek Motor Co. tf
Mr. Lester Marsh of Tampa arriv
While visiting in the city during led in Ocala yesterday for a few days
the holidays, grandma declared that I visit with his mother. Mrs. Robert
Federal Bread had that honest to 1 Marsh, and family.
goodness home-made taste. 5-6t
Dont fail to visit the Guarantee
Mrs. Paul Simmons' friends will I Clothing & Shoe Company. Every-
leam with much pleasure that she is I thing we sell is guaranteed. We're
considerably, better after a several J fighting for QUALITY not prices, tf
The many friends of Mrs. J. D.
Sterno "canned heat" and cooking 1 Robertson will learn with much pleas-
utensils at the Court Pharmacy. Phone lure that she was reported better yes-
84. 7-6tlterdav. after a serious three weeks'
Mrs. Edward Holder accompanied
bv Mrs. Effie Wheeler, Miss Marion I TTiey are "light as a feather, says
Seared For Fourteen Years
U'catvood, W. Va. Before the asa
jot Dr. Pierce'a medicines I could
house. I suf suffered
fered suffered fo r
S. E".J: L. rf morca'a
V-rv tlon and 1:.
t o ge" her
with the Pleasant Pellets, I can work
all day and never set tired. MRS.
MAGGIE PERKINS. 1Z3
All druggist sell Favorite Prs
script ion and Medical Discovery.
SENATOR WILLIS HAS
TAKEN HIS SEAT
Washington, Jan. 14. Former Gov
ernor Willis of Ohio took his seat in
the Seante today, as the successor of
President-elect "Harding, who resign
ed for the remainder of his term ex
piring March 4th.
OPEN THE HOUSE
Washington, Jan. 14. Decision to
open the House emergency tariff bill
to amendment was made today by the
Riverside i Senate- finance committee.
Strawberries today at Stroud's. It
WANTED, LOST. FOUND, F03
SALE, FOB RENT AND Slil Slil-ILAR
ILAR Slil-ILAR LOCAL NETD3
Rates: Six lines, wiTicr-sia, ens tins,
2Sc; three times, 50c; six times, 73c;
we month. S3. Payable ia advaaca.
LOST Silver plated Evershsrp pen
cil. Return to Howard Clark, at O.
K. Grocery. 14-lt
See Baxter Cam.
Mr. and Mrs. Richard Stroud have
purchased from Mr. Jake Brown that
attractive little bungalow on Tu sea sea-villa
villa sea-villa street now occupied by Mr. and
Mrs. N. T. Mitchell. On the first of
the month Mr. Stroud and family will
take possession of their new home and
Mr. Mitchell and family will occupy
censin, motored to Orlando for the cur rolls. Insist upon having Federal the houe tha ?tT0U re ,eav
day yesterday in the former's automobile.
bread and rolls.
ing on Second street, east.
Rev. and Mrs. J. J. Neighbour and
daughter and Mr. and Mrs. John Pas
teur are expected home today from
(SS I Orlando, where they have been attend-
A lot of boys still in hospitals
would be triad to pay a 1920 income
tax. How about yours?
Geo. MacKay S Co.
Two Licensed Embalmers
Motor Funeral Cars
Private Morgue and Chapel
Day Phone 4?
Night Phone 515
G. B. Overton, Manager
ling the Episcopal convocation.
1916 seven-passenger Buick. "Good
raint. Good tires. Very reasonable.
I Terms if desired. Spencer-Pedriek
Motor Co. 10-tfQ
Don't fail to visit the Guarantee!
Clothing & Shoe Company. Every Everything
thing Everything we sell is guaranteed. We're
fighting for QUALITY not prices, tf
I 1 111
0. H. 5. Girls vs. Duval
Mr. Arthur G. Morris, representa
tive of the Allen Dental Supply Co. of
Jacksonville, is a visitor in the city.
Mr. Morris is well known here and his
friends are always to greet him.
Not all of us can be heroes but all
of us can t be patriots. Payment of
your income tax helps to make you
PRACTICAL CARPENTER AND
Care'ul estimates made cn all con
tract work. Gives more and better
work fir the money than any other
contractor in the city.
SATURDAY at 4:00 p. m. on the High School
Court will be played the most interesting
riqma rf tho caaenn Thia So tVl f first rtfm
game and all the Basket Ball fans should
be out with their colors" flying. Our girls
have been practicing hard under Miss Callie
Gissendaner and are all in "Trim" for the
"Tigerines." Last Saturday Duval won from
the fast Daytona sextette to the tune of 42-9, but
0. H. S. is not afraid and is just waiting till the
whistle blows at 4:00 p. m. Saturday to prove
their worth to Duval. They will do it too if
they have the support of the people, cwnicn oi
course they have.)
, Miss Louise Spencer will umpire the game
and Duval will furnish the referee. &
Centers Elizabeth Home, Mable Lytle, Captain
Max Israelson of Frank's store, is
) 1 publishing advertisements in five
it)j towns in the vicinity of Ocala. This
policy brings people to Ocala not only
to trade at Frank's but at other
places in town, and therefore helps
the entire community.
1 19 Maxwell truck, Al shape; reas reasonable
onable reasonable and terms if desired. Spencer Spencer-Pedriek
Pedriek Spencer-Pedriek Motor Co. 29-tf
The Thursday afternoon auction
club, with the following invited
guests, Miss Mabel Taylor of Cincin
nati, Mrs. Slattery, Mrs. D..S. WTood
row, Mrs. H. W. Henry and Mrs.
Karry Borland, enjoyed the weekly
meeting yesterday afternoon with
Mrs. Frank Logan at her home on
Oklawaha avenue. Mrs. George Ford
and Miss Emily Stotesbury, who held
high scores, were rewarded with ap-
urnnriatp nrirea At. th pnnlii(!nn
of the games, Mrs. Logan served al
snlad course with hot biscuits,, etc-1
crffee and cake.
WANTED Girl as clerk, sge IS to
25 years. W. A. Stroud. 14-2tt
FOR SALE Ford touring car. Runs
like new and looks like new. Two ; ;
extrs tires. Price $250. Address .'
Box 93, Ocala, Fla. 15-6t
NURSE Do you need a nurse? if
you need a practical, experienced '.
nurse, call for Mrs. Clara Gibson
320 Daugherty street. 12-3t
WANTED To buy. a Singer sewing
machine. Must be in good condition
and cheap. Address Box 353, Ocala,
FREE Garden plot and part of house
to married couple with auto. Ref References
erences References exchanged. For particulars
caU at Maxine, North Main St. 11-tf
IHERO-COLA WOODYARD Ws ars
prepared to furnish oak or piat
wood for either stove or fire pises
on short notice. We deliver yoar
money's worth promptly. Give us a i
trial order. Chero-Cola Wood yard,
phone 167. S-ln
WOOD Oak and pine, cut to any
length; delivered on short notice notice-Phone
Phone notice-Phone Mrs. E. L. HowelL Oak,
After a three weeks visit in the city
as the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Alison
Wartmann, Mrs. Wiley Hampton and
two children returned yesterday to
their home in Mississippi. Mrs. Wart
mann accompanied Mrs. Hampton ana
children as far as Jacksonville.
Taking your hat off when the Band
plays the national anthem doesnt get
you anything with. Uncle Sam unless
you pay your income tax.
Crocus, daffodil and hyancinth bulbs
at the Court Pharmacy. Phone 184. 6t
"Prompt service and fair prices"
cur motto. Cook's Market and. Groc
ery. Phone 243. . 7-tf
LINE UP FOR OCALA HIGH SCHOOL
Mr. M. G. Darby of Jacksonville,
Forwards Estelle Wilkes, Christine Close, Man- insurance company, has been in the
Guards Cornelia Dozier, Clifton Sexton. ;
Substitutes Mildred Bullock, Jess DeHon,
Annie MacKay, Ethel Home.
ADULTS 50c CHILDREN 35c
Mr. and Mrs. D. C. Thompson and
daughter of Kissimmee, have arrived
in Ocala to make their future home.
They are located at the home of Mrs.
J. M. Thompson on Fort King avenue.
Mr. Thompson is aft important addi addition
tion addition to the courteous and efficient
u ccws ui, He ig an xperienced and up-to-date
furniture salesman and a' specially
OUR CHIEF AIM
las 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
u Our work is guaranteed.
Corner Main and Oklawaha
city the last few days, attending to
whom he has many in Ocala. Mr.
Edmund Martin is the local agent of I
this excellent company.
Don't fail to visit the Guarantee
Clothing & Shoe Company. Every Every-hing
hing Every-hing we sell is guaranteed. We're
.ghting for QUALITY not prices, tf
fine picture framer, also a licensed
embalmer and funeral director. He is
a member of the Masonic order and an
Odd Fellow. Ocala welcomes Mr,
Thompson and his family.
MOTTO, Every bodys going, I'm going too
Mr. and Mrs. W. I. Loope and
daughter of Cleveland, Ohio, and the
former's mother, Mrs. Loope of Court-
1 1 "KT V j V i
8&&&&S the remainder of the winter and
are comfortably located in the lower
I 4- It! T -Z T-11l-
&&&&&&&&&& i flats on East Adams street.
Dr. Charles Watson Moremen,
Commercial Bank Building, Ocala,
Fla. Office phone 211; residence
phone 298. 7-tf
MATINEE & NIGHT MONDAY JAN. 17
PRICES 35c and 50c Including War Tax
" : -r
In a Delightful, Alluring Evening of Fascinating
Hawaiian Melodies. Wonderful Artists
.'. . ALSO
METRO'S ALL STAR CAST
'SOMEONE IN THE HOUSE"
This Will Be a Big Night
PRICES MAT. & NIGHT 35c & 50c
Basket ball game tomorrow. Don't
forget it. You will be sorry if you do
The Ocala high school team plavn
Duval and it promises to be a mo3t
spirited contest. Show the girls in
Ocala that you appreciate the good
work they are doing in their gams
this season by your presence.
Receipt for an income tax entitles a
man to talk about "our part in tne
war." The cost in dollars is yet to be
A complete line of Norris famous
candies and CROWN LOG CABIN
ecan rolls at the Court Pharmacy. 6t
Bill Hohenzollern is saying nothing
and sawing wood. But he's be yelling
his head off at the size of your 1920
income tax. if he were doing the col collecting.
Mr. U. is. Uverton is now our
funeral director and embalmer. Night
phone 515, day phone 47.
25-tf George MacKay & Company.
Meet me at the American Cafe,
Union Station. Ocala. for a regular
I 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
Every dollar of your income
goes into the common till for
common good. Pay it today.
KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS
Curtis L. Turner, the young man
who tried to pass a phoney check on
Phillip G. Murphy, in payment for an
auto and was promptly rounded up
by the sheriff, had a hearing before
Judge Futch this morning, and waj
bound over to the circuit court in the
sum of $1000. His relatives will fur furnish
nish furnish the bail.
Ocala Lodge No. 19. Conventions
held every Monday evening at 7:30
o'clock at the castle hall, over the G.
C Greene Co. drugstore. A cordial
velcome to visiting brothers.
. Tom Proctor, C C
Chas. K. Sage, K. of R. & S.
Fresh oysters and full line of fresh
vegetables and fruits at all times.
Cook's Market and Grocery. Phone
The words "peace and victory" will
have a holier meaning when you have
paid your income tax.
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?
LARGE LUE GIM GONG
Will Deliver and Plant for
The Large Tr&a.
WARTMANN NURSERY CO,
OR SALE 1500 budded orange
trees, Pineapple and Parson Brown,
one year old budded on five year old
-our roots; from 3 to 5 ft. high.
Price, 60c and 75c Write me or
see me at II. B. Masters Co. L. E.
Cordrey, Ocala. Fla. 16-lxa
WOOD Giles Wood Yard. Seasca-
d oak or pine wood, for either stovs
jr fireplace; 1 and 2 per load. Yard
orner South Main and Third streets.
'hone 112. 15-lm
WANTED Young man 24 years old
-with four yesrs experience as a
steno-bookkeeper desires a position
'in Ocala. Can furnish the best of
references. Address Box 323, Moul Moultrie.
trie. Moultrie. Cs. ll-t
FARM WANTED Would like to
hesr from owner that has farm for
sale in Marion county. Give loca location,
tion, location, description and price in first
letter. Address, "Fsnner." cars
Ocala flvening Star. 3-18t.
iOARD AND ROOMS In p rivals
family. Hot and cold running wU
in rooms. Call at No. 22 North Saa Saa-chez
chez Saa-chez St. Mrs. F. W. Broderkk.
, phone 306. 23-tf
A. E. 6ERIG
Arrival and departure of passenger
trna at OCALA UNION STATION
The following schedule figures pub
lished as information and not guar
(Eastern Standard Time)
SEABOARD AIR LINE RAILROAD
MARION-DUNN MASONIC LODGE
Marion-Dunn Lodge No. 19, P.4A.
M., meets on the first and third
Thursday evenings of each month at
7:30 o'clock until further notice.
- A. L. Lucas, W. M.
Jake Brown, Secretary.
Remember how you cheered on Ar Armistice
mistice Armistice Day? Paying your income tax
is evidence of real patriotism.
2: J Sam alanatee-
:15 am Tampa
2:15 am Manatee-
:05 pm Tampa-St. Petrsbrg 4:17 pm
ATLANTIC COAST LINE S. B.
2:12 Dm Jacksooville-N'YorX Z:
1:45 pm Jksonville-Gamsville 3:X5 ptm
&-4m Jkaonville-Gnesvillc 10:13 pm
Z-Ai. am SUetsbrg-Lakeland 2:12 am
3;35pm StfeUbrg-Lakeland 1:25 pm
7:10 am Dunnellon-Wflcox
TiZmm DunelloD-Lkeland 1103 on
Zi2Z pm Homosassa l30pm
10:13Dm Leesbure 6:42 am
1:45 pm Gainesville 1150
"Monday. Wednesday, Friday.
Tuesday. Thursday. Saturday.
"OR SALE Large property on Fort
King avenue, 12-room resideeca
. with baths on each floor. Some
heavy furniture goes with pises.
Property fronts .three streets. A
wonderful opportunity for an apart
ment proposition or for building oa
vacant portion of property. For
price and terms, address Box
Ocala, Fla. lt
FOR RENT Six room house wita
large lot on South Orange street.
(The Gamble place). Apply to Jer Jerry
ry Jerry Burnett's tailor shop or pheaa
COW. Three gallons, Jersey, K
Holstein, just fresh with heifer calf.
A jeweL Guaranteed as represented.
HORSE. A black beauty. No better
fsrra and family horse. Excellent con condition.
dition. condition. Will work anywhere. Weigh
about 1200 pounds. $150.
HENS. 25 young lsying -bens. Last
spring hatch. Crossed with Brown
Leghorn. Your choice $1.20 each.
Farm Implements, Plows. Harrows,
Tools, etc. Wagon and Boggy.
tf ABNER POOSER,
phone 576. 515 S. $th St. E.
ALL KINDS 0? I
FRESH tIEATS, FISH
TUESDAY and FRIDAY
111 W. Drcndtvay
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