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Title:
The Ocala evening star
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Ocala Evening Star
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Evening star
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Began in 1895; ceased in 1943.
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Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 5 (June 24, 1895).
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OGALA

EVENING

STAR
t

WEATHER FORECAST
Fair tonight and Sunday,
cooler in south and frost
in north portion tonight.
TEMPERATURE
This morning, 42.
This Af ternoon, I5.
VOL 27
OCALA, FLORIDA, SATURDAY, JANUARY 1921
" NO. 12
HIT 1UI TO
HELP STOP WARS
AIL TWELVE NAVAL
E IT HEARD 111 FEIII PLOTS
PETITIOIIEBS WIT
A GAME PULLED
E
A THOUSAND MILES
Ill THE BIG CITY

MA

ALFRED TAiLOIIS

LA

S ARRIVED

AO HAT II

Unwilling Admission by Congress of
the President's Great Moral
1 Influence

From Dan Diego, Calif., to the Pan Panama
ama Panama Canal Zone, They Made
Their Flight

(Associated Press)
San Francisco, Jan. 15. All twelve
of the F-5-L naval seaplanes making
the flight from San Diego to the
canal zone arrived at the canal zone
yesterday.

(Associated Press)
Washington, Jan. 15. -The joint

resolution requesting President Wil Wilson
son Wilson to call a conference of the nations
of the world to consider universal dis disarmament,
armament, disarmament, was approved today by
the House foreign affairs committee
without a dissenting vote.

The committee rejected the amend

ment of Representative Mason, repub-
iican, of Illinois, that invitations to The members of the Eight .O'Clock
participate be extended to Ireland and Dancing Club entertained at a ball
the Philippines. lest evening, at the Woman's Club.
WAR FINANCE WORKING T85 bi-monthly, dances are becom becom-M
M becom-M . j'ing more and more popular. The one

a lie wax a i mail v. c tviyuiavivut v i
. :last evenmg although not so largely

attended, was most informal and the

BI-MONTHLY BALL OF
THE DANCING CLUB

over the president's veto, is now func

tioning. It was announced today that!

the corporation was prepared to con-, Thg m &
aider applications for loans to finance Joe Borden
sports in the same manner that it- Davis, orchegtra fur.

consiaerea aavances pnur i susjreu

jnished the music and dancing was en-
joyed until after midnight.
j The following out of town visitors

were present: Mrs. Udoipno woiie oi
New Orleans, who was charming in a
handsome green charmeuse tastily
embroidered in silver braid; Miss
Eain of Greensboro, N. C, who was
fascinatingly attired in red taffeta;
Miss Mildred Davisson, who was

to 1 i 1 i l ;j

tal shooting bv a Japanese sentry of ;n,ucn Bon,1a 8 nB e emuroiu emuroiu-f
f emuroiu-f W Tt,; vnpr-t t.n rpmain ered blue silk net. Mr. Winthrfpe

in nn until the renort of the i Robinson of Mobile. Ala., but a stu

findings of the American naval court 'dent at the University of Florida, was
has been transmitted to Washington. !the only out of town gentleman pres pres-.
. pres-. .. ent.

slon of activities last May.
ADDING AMENDMENTS
With ten amendments added the
House emergency tariff bill was ap approved
proved approved today by the Senate finance
committee, which will report it to the
Senate Monday.
SITUATION IN STATU QUO

' The situation arising from the fa-

Hoover's Plea for the Hungry Chil Children
dren Children of Europe at the Pittsburg

Dinner Tonight

(Associated Press)
Pittsburg, Jan. 15.--Herbert Hoov

er's plea for funds for European relief
at a dinner here today will be flashed

by wireless telephone to amateur
radio operators within a radius of 1000

miles of Pittsburg.

Battle this Morning Between London
Police and Gang of Would Would-be
be Would-be Burner

FUNERAL SERVICES

OF PRIVATE REYNOLDS .NEW AQUARIUM FOR MIAMI

(Associated Press)

Miami, Jan. 15. With the

Gulf

The -funeral of Private James C.

flvnnMs Sixth Battalion. Field Av-I

tillery Replacement Regiment, who Stream Passing its door. Miami s new
died overseas, will be held tomorrow .aquarium and biological laboratory
afternoon, in charge of Marion County jeentaining 2500 specimens of fish has
Post No. 27, of the American Legion. 5Qst been opened for gathering scien scien-The
The scien-The funeral will be public and so fartlfic and economic data relating to
j u ;i;i ? fisheries and at the same time serve

S is jmasiuic win uc ui a iuuiwhj na

ture.; The body of the young soldier
idll leave the undertaking parlors of
S. R. Pyles & Co. at 2:30 o'clock Sun Sunday
day Sunday afternoon. The funeral services
and interment will take place at Ok Ok-lawaha
lawaha Ok-lawaha church, near Lynne, at 3:30.
ReV; J. J. Neighbour, chaplain of
Marion County Post No. 27 of the

as an educational asset.
Fifty glass front tanks each witn
a visible area of four feet by six feet,
and a number, of larger display tanks

comprises the equipment. The smal smaller
ler smaller containers are arranged along
corridors in the general form of a
maltese cross, with a rotunda in the
center. One of the display tanks is

Tt.oitn will (nndiirt the sprvirps at

the jrrave. using the American Legion if feet long. 15 feet wide and 10 feet
burial ceremony. A firing squad witi;dceP- Probably the largest of its kind

in the world,

Located on Miami beach within a
few hundred yards of the. outlet of
Eiscayne Bay, the tanks are easily
kept supplied with fresh sea water.

fire 'i the volleys over the grave and
"taps" will be blown.
" : Members of Marion County Post
American Legion, will please .be pres-

Mtist Pv1p &. HomnaTivV establish-1

went at 2 o'clock or as soon after as j S?ientists and students will be afford-

possible. All who have cars williu wu, u.c ,f
please bring them. jde the most fa.vorable .conon

special live wells for keeping fish
comprise the. fleet of the aquarium
for collecting specimens and carrying
on research work.

In spite of the inclemency of the

weather, Mrs. E. A. Osborne, Mrs
John L. Edwards and Mrs. G. W.
Martin carried flowers for the young
soldier's bier yesterday, and other
IxsHoa have heen in for the same nur-

nose today, and quite a number of the'ENGLISH GIRLS HUNT

dead boy's friends: and ex-comrades I

have been in to view with bowed heads
for. a few minutes the flag-draped cas casket.
ket. casket. i The Star sincerely hopes that Ocala

AMERICAN HUSBANDS

t i t i T..i.i... t:ii

JjOnuoil. J ail. X. imcMCSB uia
are emigrating in considerable num

bers from England in the hope of find-

suitable "Jill-less Jacks for hus

m

will turn out in force to show last bands in the United States, accordirnj

respects to the remains of the brave ,tc Norah March, bachelor of science

boy, and all who can possibly do so

should accompany the body to its.riageable women who- may never

grave by the Oklawaha

ANTICIPATED ENJOYMENT

Her comments on England's "mar-

The following invitation was issued
today and the invited guests are an anticipating
ticipating anticipating this ball with a great deal

of pleasure:
Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Camp, at
home, Ocala Country Club, Friday
evening January the twenty-first,
nineteen hundred and twenty-one,
eight-thirty: Mrs. Wolfe, Miss Goe-

decke, Miss Winifred Goedecke, Miss lives

marry" before the national birthrate

commission some time ago were wide
iy discussed in the British press.

Government figures show there Is a

rvrpliis of a million women in Eng

land whose only hope of marrying de

pends on their migrating to some part

of the earth where there is a more

even distribution of the sexes. A?

cording to Miss March, they are do

ing it. She says she is receiving let
ters from America that are "signifi

cant of the loneliness of some men's

Nettie Camp. Dancing."
Mrs. Wolfe is the attractive guest
of 'Mrs. Jack Camp and the Misses

Goedecke of New York, will arrive In 'take the great adventure

Ocala next Thursday to visit at the

Women are enterprising today,'

she added. "Many are emigrating who
a few years ago would have feared to

home of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Camp.; PACIFIC FLEET HAS

Miss Nettie Camp, the daughter of LOST TWO MEN

the host and hostess, is a charming

debutante of this season. Aboard U. S. Battleship New.Mex

CREEKS CONTINUE TO
CHASE THE TURKS

(Associated Press)

jico, Jan. 15. (By Radio to the As
sociated Press.) Two men of the Pa

cific fleet were lost overboard during

the last 24 hours. They were Edgar

MEETING OF PARENT-

TEACHER ASSOCIATION
The second Tuesday in every month

the Parent-Teacher Association of
0 ala holds its meeting in the assem

bly hall of the high school building at

4 o'clock in the afternoon. Tuesday a

mcst enthusiastic- meeting was held,
with Miss Margaret Taylor as the
principal speaker. The topic ofher
address was "The Potentialities of the
Parent-Teacher Association." Full of
enthusiasm herself, she inspired her
audience to put forth every effort te
make the Ocala organization a power
for good in the community.
Miss Taylor said that she was glad
that a parent-teacher association had
been organized in Ocala; that it was

good, for the schools to have the co cooperation
operation cooperation of teachers and parents.
The training of children is the most
important work in the world. The
teachers' task ranks only second to
that of the mother. The proper cans

of children in point of health and in
teir physical and mental develop development,
ment, development, means everything to this great
country of ours. Measured in dollars
end cents, if such a thing were possi

ble, according to the war insurance
allowed by the United States govern government,
ment, government, the children now in attendance
in the Ocala schools at $13,000 apiece,

were worth $6,500,000. Computed by

statisticians, every day that a child
attends School is worth in after life
$9.67. Every day that he loses is

that much loss in money value. How
careful then a parent should be that

no minor obstacle ever keep her child
from school for even one day. The

entire community should work to

gether to furnish the best possible

environment, teachers and equipment

for the children during school age
While mind, body and moral charac

ter are being developed -and formed.

is the important period

The speaker complimented the as association
sociation association on its work of last year In

securing the play apparatus which

ad given so much pleasure and been

of such benefit to the children. She

bad heard so many commend this ac

complishmenL She hoped that other

pieces would be added to the equip

ment, that a teacher of physical train training
ing training would be employed and that field
day projects would be instituted. She

was glad that we already had physi

cal examinations in our schools, but

we must go a step further and secure
a community nurse who would see

that proper treatments for the defects
discovered would follow. We need so

many things that a beginning should

be made in finding a wiser method of
selecting those who are to spend the

school funds. Under the present con

stitution it is too much in the hands

of politicians. There should be train

ing .for mothers, too, with a course in

housekeeping.

Perhaps the first need is to build

ip a stronger organization in the

Parent-Teacher Association. Every

teacher and every parent in the com

munity should be a member; there

should be an organization in every

community throughout the county, and

the membership should include fathers
as well as mothers. Twice a year all

should come together in a big county
conference. The way to grow is to

work and serve, undertaKe many

things and carry them through.

When Miss Taylor had finished one

of the ladies got up and said that it
was a pity that any parent in Ocala
had missed hearing such a splendid
talk.

A committee was appointed to see
all the patrons of the schools and in invite
vite invite them to join the association.
Miss Griffin then read a very fine
paper, the subject of wh?s was "Ob "Obligations
ligations "Obligations of the PresSyTward Educa Education."
tion." Education." f

Miss Stevens announced three very

(Associated Press)
London, Jan. 15. What the police
declare another big Sinn Fein plot to
destroy property in London was un uncovered
covered uncovered in court today when Patrick
Kenny, an Irishman, was brough to
trial charged with participating in an
attempt to murder two policemen and
trying to ignite .barrels of oil on the
premises of the Vacuum Oil Co. At
1 o'clock this morning the police dis discovered
covered discovered fifteen men near the oil com company's
pany's company's premises. A fight followed in
which several shots were fired by
civilians. Kenny was arrested but the
others escaped.

LUNCHEON GIVEN BY
MRS. WILLIAM HOCKER

For the Third Tine Since Reconstruc Reconstruction.
tion. Reconstruction. Tennessee has a Repub Republican
lican Republican Governor

(Asoci&te4 Prsa)
.Nashville, Jan. 15. Alfred Alex Alexander
ander Alexander Taylor 'was inaugurated gover governor
nor governor of Tennessee .today. Taylor is
the third republican to hold the office
of governor of Tennessee since recon reconstruction
struction reconstruction days and enters office thirty thirty-five
five thirty-five years after his first race for gov governor,
ernor, governor, which was against his brother,
Bob Taylor, democrat, who. defeated
bim on that occasion.

SO MET HAS DRAWN
A NAVAL DEAD LINE

Serves Warning on Allied Ships to
Keep Away from the Black
Sea Coast

A

(Associated Press)

Constantinople. Jan. 15. All ves

sels flying allied flags which approach

within twelve miles the Russian Black

despite the inclemency of the weather. batterie8 atUcked 8ub'marine.

The one o'clock luncheon yesterday
tX which Mrs. William Hocker was

hostess proved an enjoyable affair, c,

a Moscow message indicates.

and the guests on their arrival at the

Hocker home found quite a contrast

to the weather conditions outside, for ORDERED BOLSHEVIK

were were targe nres ournmg in tne
prates which cast their warmth thm
the rooms which were decorated with

bright flowers.

At the appointed hour the guests

Agitation has Been Started to Dis Disqualify
qualify Disqualify Judge Landis as the
National Baseball Umpire

(Associated Preu)
Chicago, Jan. 15. A petition pro

testing against the employment of
Judge Landis as national baseball
commissioner has been sent members
of Congress from Illinois by Thomas

Sutherland, a Chicago attorney. The

petition demands action relative to
I-andis serving both as a judge and

an agent of the baseball commission.

INTERESTING TRAP SHOOT

HELD T BELLEVIEW

(Associated Press)
London, Jan. 15 Russian bolshevik

omtt ntrarwt in n1it!m f!amn

6 'v workers for emigration to Russia
most appetizing course luncheon was Laye order to GemanVt a

ciijujcu. i"c wiuie ws musi uw Ti; -l,-.

- was v tvoa uvtoi

uveiy ornameniea wun piiuc roses

and asparagus fern and Mrs. Hocker rERET HAD T0 throw

in ner usual pieasant manner maae a

most hospitable hostess. Each guest's

place was marked by a lovely place

card.

The following were the invited

guests, with the exception of two, who

were absent on account of illness

AGENTS TO GET OUT

UP THE SPONGE
, .(Associated Press)
Paris. Jan. 15. Raoul Peret who

was asked yesterday to head the new

ministry of France in succession to

tV A atia which roicm1 vcefarHav fo

il T-l d A 1 HI I J J

, ;r clined today to form a cabinet. He

Udolpho Wolfe of New Orleans, Mrs.

Clarence Camp. Mrs. J. L. Montgom-

attempted the work yesterday but

met with discouragement. He tried

iiarun, Jars. r. ukb mi mis. faa.,i w,, ho infnrm TW

lident MOlerand he would not do so.

FLORIDA MILITARY AFFAIRS

(St. Augustine Record)
Adjt.-Gen. C P. Lovell of the Flor

ida National Guard has just returned

TORDNEY AND HARDING

HAD A TALK-FEST

(Associated Press)

Marion, Jan. 15. Representative

from an official visit upon Gov. Cary Fordney 'of Mi"chigan who M chair.

A. Hardee, with whom he discussed
military affairs of the state. General

Lovell has not quite gotten his bear

man of the House ways and means

committee is expected to have a lead

ing part in the framing of tax legis

ings but is rapidly whipping matters u special session of Con

ment and other properties of the L today ulk Qver Men taxation

gyara. wmcn ne tooa over wiwout uith Presidentelect Harding.

aid oi nis preaecessor, wnu uiu iiui. ic-

Belleview, Jan. 14. For the first

time, John Clarkson and R. Bruce

Meffert yesterday found themselves

on the same s'ide and largely but not

wholly as the result of their deadly
aim. their team captained by Ray Raymond
mond Raymond E. Gale, shot its v t

- ww V VS J
ir the bi-monthly team shoot of the.
Belleview Gun and Rod Club at its

Cmith Lake trap.

Only one" of his 25 clayless clay -igeons
escaped Clarkson's 'gun and

Meffert lost but four of his birds but

the margin of victory, six points, was

so narrow that even the low guns

vre factors in the contest. The team

scores were 153 to 147, the losers, led

by J. Ed. Pelot, paying for the lunch luncheon,
eon, luncheon, which was the prize at stake.

Two new men played substantial

farts in the result. On the winnine

side, Dr. E. G. Peek, an unknown

qjantity, proved a surprise party. He
uas the last man chosen but his score

of-16 hits in itself was sufficient to
turn the tide.' On, the Pelot team was

Charlie S. Fox, a clubmate of Clark-

son's in New England and ranking
with him as a crack shot. He was ex

pected to give him a close run but he
did not shoot true to form, for though

he placed 18 kills to his credit, his

score was exceeded by two of his

team mates, W. P. Freer, with 22 and
J. M. Thomas, with 19..

The summary is as follows:
Gale Team

John Clarkson ........ .i 24

R. Bruce Meffert 21

Harry H. Baxter 19

Raymond E. Gale . 17

F. E. Martin 17
Dr. E. G. Peek .... 16
Chas. P. Davis 13
J. Walter Nelson 10

G. Betts 9
A. Haller 7

BIG HAIR sale Monday and Tues

day. Affleck Millinery Parlors. 14-3t Winters B. Hames

E.
j

"Prompt service and fair prices"

cur motto. Cook's Market and Ci roc-

Phone 243. 7-tf

port here to turn over affairs to Gen.
Lovell when he took hold of the office.

People of Tallahassee. are. anxious
to have the national guard headquar

ters again placed at the state capital.
This fact was not stated by Gen. Lov

ell, but it is well known that the raat-eTy

ttr has been proposed to him. But the

chance of such a change from St. I make a further allotment some time

Augustine is more than remote. There! in the near future which would allow

is absolutely no accommodation fori Florida two motor transport com-

even the office of the adjutant general j panics, two motorcycle companies,
there. In fact, other state departments medical laboratory, medical supply

are more than cramped for working section ,a sanitary company, medical
space and in some instances outside regimental headquarters, infantry

offices have to be rented, such as the I regimental administration company,

state .livestock sanitary board, the infantry regiment howitzer company,

state road department and the state I infantry regiment headquarters com

geological survey. t Ipany, an anti-aircraft company with

It is further pointed out that all of 175 millimeter guns mounted on trucks,

the buildings and grounds of the na-an ambulance company, headquarters
tional guard here are given by the I motor command, a wagon company

government at the unusually modest land a service park unit to take care
sum of SI per annum. Tallahassee I of trucks and. six companies of coast

has not a look-in for having the guard I artillery.

headquarters returned there after a I In regard to the latter Gen. Lovell

lapse of about 14 years. ha asked the war department that it

General Lovell today stated that he be changed to three companies of

wes receiving numerous offers to or-1 coast artillery and three batteries of

eanize the balance of troops allowed I field artulery. This allotment is un

Florida. There are now eight infantry Ider consideration at Washington, by

companies formed, at Miami, DaytonaJthe general staff.

Wauchula. Starke. Tarpon Springs,! Gen. Lovell stated he has received

Live Oak, Lake City and Jacksonville, j requests from five or six towns in re
The complement of each company gard to organizing units for the na

accepted at this time is 50 men, in- j tional guard of the state. They come

eluding officers, but within a year this from Fernandina, St. Augustine, Ar Ar-will
will Ar-will have to be increased to 65. : The cadia, Orlando, Miami and several
maximum is 110. other places. He says he is going to

Gen. Lovell stated there was also a J work on these offers as soon as the
headquarters company at St. Peters-j towns show any disposition to organ-

burg, a supply company at Hastings, lize companies.

a machine gun platoon at Brooksvillel He has also been advised by one of

Total ....153
Pelot Team

W. P. Preer
J. M. Thomas
Chas. S. Fox ......'

22
1
18
16

Ed. Pelot ... 15

1'athan Mayo 15

E. S. French ....12

Rex Nichols 11'

H. C. Croff 10

J. W. Davis 9

Total .....147
Three individual matches, the last

of which was shot when darkness was
falling, followed the team contest. The

results: .' '

First match: Meffert. 22; Preer, 19;

o jr w, A", -r-

Second match: Meffert, 22; Fox, 15;.

Tnomas, 9; Haller, 9; Peek, 8.

tv:i ,.t.v, rAfrA-t y' rial 17

Preer, 14; J W. Davis, iz; rawara
rVIKr,. 11- Tlavtor Q- Mva. 9r Croff.

8. -

The aext shoot of the Belleview

clnb; which will occur on the Z7th,
will be followed by a game dinner, th
for which will be hunted by the

members George W. Cogswell is
dairman of the committee in charge.
ty, a nn-nsinn will also be in the na

ture of a house warming of the new
club house at Smith Lake, to which
the finishing touches are now being
added.

ANOTHER WASTE PRODUCT
WILL BE UTILIZED

interesting programs for the next and another at Marianna and a sani-lthe old Florida national guard oO-

three meetings. The speaker of the .tary detachment at Lake Worth.' leers, who fought with distinction in

I Oscar Eckstrom, from the battleship first will be Dr. Riley of the Univer-I He added that the state is allowed the world war, that he would get up

London, Jan. 15. Continuous sue-Arkansas and Burton Maynar, fromisity of Florida. At the second meet- four more infantry companies to make ell the balance of the companies Gen.

'cesses for the Greeks in their off en- the destroyer Stoddard. ling Dr. Peek will speak on "Health." up a regiment and three companies of Lorell needed.

.ie against the Turkish nationalists T and the subject of the third meeting coast artillery. I For a regiment at this time it would

$n the Brussa sector are reported in-

the latest Greek army communique, 'day.

BIG HAIR sale Monday and Tues-jwill be "Ethics," the speaker yet un-1 There is now a proposition before I require about 800 men as a minimum
y. Affleck Millinery Parlors. 14-3t decided. (the war department general staff to I and 1500 men as maxim am strength.

Tampa, Jan. 15. Utilization of the
fibrous palmetto root, which for many
years has been not only a waste pro pro-Hnrt
Hnrt pro-Hnrt nf the soil but an actual hind

rance to the agricultural development
of Florida, has been brought about by
the use of the material in the making
of brushes. Machinery has. been per perfected
fected perfected to extract the palmetto fiber
from the roots and its use promises
ar impotrant industry for Florida.

. v.
j Cabbage and lettuce plants for sale.
h1 P. Bitting & Co. 1-



OCALA eVEMXG STAR.- SATURDAY, JANUARY 15, 1921

Oeala Evening Star
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Iff beginning to look like the Unit

ed States will have to take charge in
Cuba again.
Mrs. Win. B. Young of Jackson

ville is a, member of the Duval county

board, of .public instruction.

By the,. way, is Marion county going
to try, to do anything at the South

Florida, Fair at Tampa next month?

Our. .street, markers seem to have

the wanderlust. The one at the in intersection,
tersection, intersection, of Fort King and South

Main seems to have a desire to visit

the Ford garage, M
i

Headline, in St. Petersburg Times

reads, f Improvement., in Lynching."

The writer, jnuat have been working
weeja. on some of the souls of the

lynched... Wonder!, if weeja isn't

W ill: i
scorched,

Haitian. ..cannibals are reported to

have eaten three marines, but there
is nothing rtp show the cannibals sur survived,,
vived,, survived,, e meal.- El Paso Times.
Three young, fat 'coons would have
suited them better.
A thoughtful citizen of Ocala, after
reading the reports of the killing of
HigeV. at Sarasota, said that it seemed
to him like the authorities were not
trying; to find the murderer, but try trying
ing trying to fasten the crime on Rube Al Allyn.
lyn. Allyn. ?,t
Pensacola News proposes that in instead
stead instead of paying our ex-service men a
bonus..that the government exempt
then from paying income tax. We
doubt that one ex-service man in a
hundred, makes money enough to pay
income tax.

but we are going to subscribe to

Rube's magazine and advise our

friends to do likewise. Address Mrs.

Rube Allyn, care Rinaldi Printing
Company, Tampa, Fla.

MARTIN FOR CITY MANAGER

Two or three weeks ago we spoke

of the desire of a number of our citi citizens
zens citizens that Mr. John Martin, now in
charge of the street work, be given

the position of city manager, and tho
we have not referred to the matter
since we have heard a great deal of

favorable comment on the proposi

tion. We had hoped that the council

would take some action on the matter

at the last meeting,, but it did not do
ho. and since that time we have heard

considerable discontent expressed at
its apparent indifference to the popu popular
lar popular wish and determination to main maintain
tain maintain the present slipshod and evasive

it-difference to the charter.
. Everywhere one can hear praise of
the good work Mr. Martin is doing
foi the city. For instance, the coun council
cil council wanted the rock crusher moved
from its useless position to as useful

one. Various parties offered to re remove
move remove it for different sums, all more
than the city was able to pay. Mr,
Martin took a bunch of workmen and
with them moved it for a compara comparatively
tively comparatively small sum. He has tackled
that long-delayed work of building a
modern sewer in place of fbe 41 ten
that has been a nuisance, through the
northwestern part of town and is
rapidly carrying it to completion. In
aimost every part of the city you can
see evidences of his good handiwork.
It has been the popular impression
that no man unless he was an elec electrical
trical electrical engineer could fill the position
of city manager, but practical people
are beginning to believe that a push pushing,
ing, pushing, driving business man one who
knows how to get good work done, and
who knows when it is done is the
best sort of a man for the: place.
This description suits Johnny. Mar Martin
tin Martin to a dot.
Let the council carry out the char charter
ter charter as it swore to do when it took
office, and qui trying to save money
by economizing on work. The people
of Ocala wouldn't mind paying taxes
so much if they 'could v see good re re-salts
salts re-salts from the expense. s

OCALA NEEDS A

MILITARY COMPANY

Adjutant General C P. Lovell
writes to the Star, asking it to im impress
press impress on the young men of Marion
county their duty and honor to their
county and state to organize a mili

tary company.

There are now left in the state's
military quota places for only four
more infantry companies. Ocala
should have one of these.
. There is plenty of spirit among our
young men to form a company. The
trouble is, the older men have always
discouraged them. The discourage discouragement
ment discouragement has mostly come from business
men, who don't like to make the sac sacrifice
rifice sacrifice of excusing their employes to
go to drill and the state encampments.
This spirit cut Company A down to

a handf ull, so it was owing only to
the pluck of the boys themselves that
Marion had the honor of having at
volunteer company to respond to the!
call of the nation in 1916 and 1917.
Honor is a great thing but common

sense is sometimes more useful. It is i

good, common sense to have a strong
military, company here to deal with
trouble at home or trouble in the
state. Trouble in the state is trouble

for people at home. Every national
guard company is an addition to the
national insurance against war. And

if we should have a war, it would bell

an addition to the guarantee that
America would win.
Let's go to work and organize a
good infantry company.

1 "0UC2 AOCIT!"
J) We are striving to give the very best service that can possibly be given
gj to our customers and friends.
The officers of the Bank are anxious to talk over the conditions that con con-5pl
5pl con-5pl front us, and help you to plan your finances, so as to make a success of your
business.

M - "'
Call on us when in need of advice or.funds. We fully realize, the import importance
ance importance of lending money, as well as accepting deposits.

I THE OCALA NATIONAL BANK
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g Resources More Than a Million.

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A

Girjs.who wear black, beauty spots
certainly would be jealous if they
could,' see a galley boy on duty.
Jacksonville t Metropolis.
A printcess is the only lady that
can.aee the point, or rather the spots,
of this. joke.
A writer to the Jacksonville Me

tropolis says, that W. W. Phillips of
Columbia .county will probably be

unanimously, elected speaker of the

Florida house of representatives. Mr.
Phillips is a live wire and may be

elected speaker. But his election won't

b unanimous.

Federal, attorney in Atlanta says

many Georgia negroes are wronged.

Beiis correct. Also many white men
in Georgia. Florida and other states

are., wronged.. If the said federal at

torney intends to start out to right
wrong, we are with him, but let him

not confine, his efforts, to colored peo

ple.

It is whispered around that "Jerry

on the job," by the grace of Governor
Cattv state hotel inspector, will soon
be .Jerry, out of a job. Jerry's job
should be out as well as Jerry. It cost
the people of Florida ten thousand
dollar last year and benefited them
no more than an inspectorship over
the Prybiloff Islands.

We have just received a copy of the

Florida Fisherman, Rube Allyn's

magazine. It is a good little publica

tion, fine literature as well as fish lore.
It is evident that Rube has a taste
for good reading, and has filed away
in his mind for future reference much

that he has read. In bold type over

one page of the last issue is the fol

1 rwinsr sentiment that should be an

inspiration to newspaper men: "An
editor's best bank balance is in the

friends he makes for the cause he es

pouses." We are not a fisherman,

Rube Allyn may be guiHy of kill killing
ing killing a man and he may not. History
records many instances where convic convictions
tions convictions on circumstantial evidence, prov proved
ed proved a grave, injustice, the real murder murderer
er murderer confessing after an innocent man

had been executed or served long
years in prison. But one thing is
sure, Rube Allyn is a red-blooded

American, who worked with his hands
and his brain for the successful ter termination
mination termination of the world .war. with vic

tory for the American flag. He has

never been weighed in the balance
and found wanting except in inability
to accumulate money. Being an ideal-

he has never stored up treasure?

on earth, but who can say that be has

not stored up many treasures in

heaven. Kind of heart, generous to a

fault, Rube Allyn has ever extended
a helping hand to those less fortunate

than himself., He has instilled beau beautiful
tiful beautiful thoughts ;n many minds. his
writings have helped thousands. Now

the time Rube Allyn needs help.

Will succor come in time? We hope
so. Clearwater Sun.

Our sentiments, exactly.

STAR JOB DEPARTMENT

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PHONE 51

P. 0. BOX 606

, 1 19 Maxwell truck, Al shape; reas reasonable
onable reasonable and terms if desired. Spencer Spencer-Pedriclt
Pedriclt Spencer-Pedriclt Motor Co. 29-tf

:C. Cecil Bryant;
Accounting and Auditing
i PHONE 332 :

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

WHY

I AM

.
LETTERHEADS, BILLHEADS, CARDS, CIRCULARS, FOLDERS FINE BOOKLETS. ETC.
-ft- i a- r
We never disappoint a customer on a promise.
- You get the job when its due.

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NOTICE

Mr. G. B. Overton is now our
funeral director and embalmer. Night
;hone 515, day phone 47.
1.5-tf George Mac Kay & Company.

FOR SALE

COW. Three gallons, Jersey,
Holstein, just fresh with heifer calf.
A jewel. Guaranteed as represented,
?110.
HORSE. A black beauty. No better
farm and family horse. Excellent con condition.
dition. condition. Will work anywhere. Weight
about 1200 pounds. $150.
HENS. 25 young laying hens. Last
spring hatch. Crossed with Brown
Leghorn. Your choice ?1.20 each.
Farm Implements, Plows, Harrows,
Tools, etc., Wagon and Buggy,
tf ABNER POOSER,
Pbone 576. 515 S. 9th St. E.

NOTICE

NOT AN
INFIDEL

WHITE

TRANS

AND
?rroeofSTC3A1
STAR LINE-

Negotiable Storage Receipts Issued on Cotton Automobile, Ete.
V

LONG DISTANCE MOVING

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

Phone 28S

the New York Tri-

the latest cabinet

is

According to

bune, following

portfolio:

Secretary of State: Charles E.

Hughes of New York.

Secretary of War: John W. Weeks,

of Massachusetts.

Secretary of the Navy: A. T. Bert,

of Kentucky..

Attorney General: Harry M. Daugfe-

erty, of Ohio.

Postmaster General: Will H. Bays,

of Indiana.

Secretary of Labor: Herbert C

Hoover, of California.

Secretary of Agriculture: Henry

C. Wallace of Iowa.

Dr Robt Nourse's

Great Lecture

The Minister,
. Dr. C. L. COLLINS

will reproduce thi9 famous

lecture

The thing to do with a burglar or
hold-up man is to shoot him first and

argue the matter afterward, but ow

ing to a kind of far-seeing law, a pri private
vate private citizen is not allowed to arm

himself and protect his fortune and

family while any tnug suck-up : or

degenerate finds means of going about

like a walking arsenal. St. Peters

burg Times.

Well, the private citizen fceps elect

mutton-heads to office.

TOMORROW

NIGHT

at the

FIRST BAPTIST
CHURCH

The laws of Florida require all au automobiles
tomobiles automobiles to have a 1921 license num num-Itr
Itr num-Itr January 1st, 1921. All automobile
'livers not having 1921 license tags
n' February 1st, 1921, will be prose
(uteil. S. C M. Thomas,
Sheriff, Marion Coutny, Fin.
1910 seven-passenger Baick. Good

faint. Good tires. Very reasonable.

JVrms if desired. Spencer-PedrkkJ

M.Hi.r Co. 10-tfQ

WEAK; RUIl-DOWfl

Carolina Lady Got So She Could

Jc&t Drag. "Urdni Emit He
Up," She Declare.
KernersvUle, N. C. In an lnterest-

Ine statement regarding traui, mo

Woman s Tonic, wn. nwwj i.u.
near here, recently said: "I havo

known Cardui lor years, dui new

knew its worta until a year or
i was in a weakened, run-down eoa-

dlUon. I became draggy didn't eat or
sleep to do any good; couldn't do any any-Mntr
Mntr any-Mntr without a mat otforL X tnea

"

different remedies ana bnjwiw,

1 continued to drag.

r hMmI to aiva uaraui irw.

BtiH fmiTid It was 1UII WMl ImiJ

needed. It made me feel much strong-

tan to eat more, ana me m"w
weak feeling began to leave.. Soon 1

woa sleeping good.

-Cardui built me op aa no

tnnlp. ever did.

-I napd Cardnl WltA on aaucnicr

who was puny, reit oaa ana uiw

all the time. It Orougni ner ztrbi wuw

ot,1 tnnn h WU a Wtil U a ti"

h w think there la nothing

Me CarduL"

Do not allow yourself, to Decern o

walr and rundown irom woaiui;

troubles. Take CarduL Ton may rina
it iiit what tou really need. For

irr than 40 Tears it has Men iisea or

thousands and thousands, and found

Just as Mrs. ila.be describe.

ai your uxu&4n.

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TEMPLE THEATER MONDAYANUARY 17

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Geo. Hay 2 Co.
Funeral Directors
and Embalmers
Two Licensed Embalmers
Motor Funeral Cars
Private Morgue and Chapel
Day Phone 47
, Night Phone 515
G. B. Overton, Manager

Crocus, daffodil and hyancinth bulbs
.t the Court Pharmacy. Phone 184. 6t

Start the New Year

2nt- J001" Te" troo-
. ATA 1 1 4.1

Make this your

1921.

DR. K. J. WETHE,
Optometrist and Optician
Eyesight Specialist

bl

amined.

resolution for

L. ALEXANDER
PRACTICAL CARPENTER AND
BUILDER
Careful estimates made cn all eo eo-tract
tract eo-tract vork. Gives more and better
work ft t the money than any other
contractor in the city.

Maybe next some newspaper editor I LftCt 1VQ BejiillS

ti- :i i ;i I

in rioriua win go on a nunjfBT nrue

until everybody in the state sub

scribes to his paper. Jacksonville

Metropolis.

He will soon come to the conclusion

that so far as obduracy is concern

cd, the British government wont be

in it with some of his own neighbors.

Promptly at

7:30 p

m.

Send .. your pictures to us to be
fiamed. Roberts & Spencer Phone

350. l0-6t
Seafood, always to be bad freah. At
2ty FISH Market, 9 Ft. Una Ave. tf

Be Seated Before
That Time

MimiiiDlliy;M(Q)toir. CdDinmpsnniy

Exnert Reoairs Tires. Gas and Oil f

Accessories

Main Street,. Opposite Foundry

Storage
OCALA, FLORIDA Q

No charge, of course

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OCALA EVENING STAB, SATURDAY, JANUARY 15, 1821

L AT THE CHURCHES TOMORROW

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HAWAIIAN SINGERS. TEMPLE THEATER, JANUARY 17

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ANNOUNCEMENT!

Mr. H. VV. Camp, of Rome, Ga.f
has arrived in trie city and will
have charge of our meat de
partment, as well as assist in
the grocery department.
Cooks Market and Grocery
Phone 243
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Everything to Please. Nothing to Offend

IS L SMITH'S UNITED SHOWS

A combination of Shows and Rides, combined to meet the

requirements of an amusement loving people

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

Band concert every evening
9. Rinds 2 2 Rides 2 7 Shows 7

Sliaw Lot Magnolia St. North, Near Union Dcpo

& 0. SPENCER

W. R. PEDRICK

AGENCY

AU Buick Cars Equipped With Cord Tires.

We Make a Specialty of Parts for the Buick and the Prices are

C Consistent with the Cost of Same.

GOODYEAR AND U. S. TIRES AND TUBES

Tvoii.cii0 Artpnt fAr VFSTA KAI itHi. is fcc. buaraniee

llAVIHJI V Im.t m-m - - t
Z7 An Up-1o-Iate Batt'Ty' Seric Simum
aU ; a. t
tsWe Maintain an Un-to-Date Garage with Expert Workmen, at all

Times, iAuusing .Prompt and Efficient Service.

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GASOLINE, OILS AND GliEASE.

SPENCER-PEDRKK MOTOR CO.

' PHONE 271
$cala, - -" Florida

3tS l" .

Baptist
Rev. C. L. Collin. D. D, Pastor
9:45 a. m. Sunday scnooL

11 a. m. Sermon by the pastor, "A
Man's Hand."
6:30 p. m. Senior and Junior B. Y.
F. Unions.
7:30 p. m. The pastor will repro reproduce
duce reproduce Dr. Robert Nourse's (Teat lec lecture,
ture, lecture, "Why I Am Not an Infidel."
...

Episcopal
' John J. Neighbour, Sector
Second Sunday After Epiphany
7:30 a. m. Holy communion.
9:45 a. m. Sunday school.
11 a. m. Morning prayer and ser

mon.

7:30 p. m.-r-Evening prayer and ser

mon.

All cordially invited.
Methodist
C. W. White, Pastor
9:45 a. m. Sunday school. L. W.

Duval, superintendent.

11 a. m. -An illustrated sermon.

Music by the choir.

6:30 p. m. Senior League. Leader,

Mr. English.

7:30 p. m. Preaching. Subject,

'What Think Ye of Christ?" Music

by the choir.

Ckriatiam
J. G. Waggoner, Pastor

10 a. m. The Bible school studies

"All for the Kingdom."

11 a. m. Sermon on "The Kingdom

of God."

7:30 p. m. A companion sermon to

the above on "The Kingdom's Restora- ;

tion."

Let us make it a great "go to Sun

day school and church day." A cor

dial welcome and greeting: awaits all.
Come.

Presbyterian
(Rev. W. F. Creson, Pastor)
11 a. m. Morning worship.
Organ prelude, "Song Without
Words" (Mendelssohn.)
Doxology.
Invocation.

Hymn, "Hark, the Voice of Lov
and Mercy," etc.

Scripture lesson, Matthew 2:17-34.
Hymn, "Olive's Brow."
Offertory 'Selection" (Carrie Jacor

Bond).

Solo, Aria from Eli (M. Costa)

Miss Bullock.

Sermon, "The Principle of the

Cross."

.Hymn, "Thy Life was Given for
Me," etc.
Benediction.
Closing prayer.
Organ postlude, "March" (Will

iams).
7:30 p. m. Evening worship.
, Organ prelude, "Evening Song"
(Ziegler).
Hymn, "A Closer Walk."
Prayer (congregation standing).
I Hymn, "In His Likeness."

I Scripture lesson. Acts 4:1-22.
Solo, "Just for Today" (Jane Ab Abbott).
bott). Abbott). Hymn, "Be With Me All My Jour Journey."
ney." Journey." Sermon, "The Companionship of
Jesus."
Hymn, "Come, Thou Almighty

King."
1 Benediction.
I Closing prayer.

j Organ postlude, "March" (Will

iams).

Catholic
Services Tuesday evening at 7:30

o'clock.

. Wednesday morning at 7:30.
f Bishop Curry will be here Sunday,

Jan. 23.

Christian Science Services
Room 5. Merchant's Block
11 o'clock Sundays.
Wednesday evening meeting at 8

o'clock.

The Phases of
Our Service

are many, but its one purpose
is to render real and construc constructive
tive constructive aid to our friends and cus customers.
tomers. customers. Your full co-operation and an
opportunity to serve you is in invited
vited invited by the officers and em employees
ployees employees of this bank.

Mvatroe & Chambliss National Banh

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The Crankless Engine Company of Jackson Jacksonville;
ville; Jacksonville; Florida takes pleasure in announc announcing
ing announcing to the public in general and its stock stockholders
holders stockholders in particular that the first Crank Crank-less
less Crank-less Engine Plant has been erected at
14th. and Pearl Streets. The temporary
shop at the Union Terminal Building and
the business offices in the Hill Building
have been discontinued. The works and
office are now under one roof in the new
Plant. Address all correspondence to,
Crankless Engine Company. P. O. Box 255,
Jacksonville, Florida. Report of Annual
Meeting sent free upon request.

jj ; The suet psfceed posactakm in ' I
j ffy-f?aiv4a of Asnesacsxx 'home.
11 Bccmvtc it adds xaoct to the coo-
AUTO SALES CO I
I 'U! Taylor I
J Ocala, Flau, Pajiteiil 1

EVERETT ROSIER

The many friends of Mr. and Mn.

Warren Rosier will be grieved to hear

of the death of their little daughter

Everett, who died this morning at 4

o'clock at their home at Oak.

The funeral services will be held
tomorrow afternoon at S o'clock. Rev.
Boatwright will officiate and inter interment
ment interment will take place at the Anthony
cemetery. Sam R. Pyles 8t Co., fun funeral
eral funeral directors, will have charge of the

'arrangements.

ItCraiMkss Eiifae Co.i

Friends of Mr. R. A. Alfred will be

glad to know that he is convalescent
after a brief illness at his home in

Springfield. -Times-Union.
Mr. Alfred's Ocala friends will be
sorry to hear he has been ill.

nAILIlDAO SCDEOULES
Arrival and depemre of rsenger
trains at OCALA UNION STATION,
The following schedule figures pub published
lished published as information and not guar guaranteed.
anteed. guaranteed. (Eastern Standard Time)
SEABOARD AIR LINE RAILROAD

Leae Arrive
:15 am Jacksonville-NTork 2:10 am
:55 pm '" Jacksonville 1:34 am
:17 pm Jacksonville 4:15 pra
Tampa-
2:15 am Manatee- 4:05 p
St. P.trhnr

ism. Tamna 2:10am

2:15 am Manatee- 4:17pra

:05 pm Tampa-SL Petrsbrg 4:ivpm
ATLANTIC COAST LINE R. B.

Leave Arrrrs
2:12pta JacksonviUeNTork 2:48 am
1:45 pm Jksovine-Gainsyflle 35 pm

9fiaTstJetahrr-Lakeland 2:12 am

J:X5pm SUetsbrg-Lakeland 1:25 pm
7:10 am Dunnellon-Wilcox
7:23 am Dun eDon-Lkelsnd 11:03 em
nnmauiu 1:30 pm

i6:i3nm Leesburc 6:42 am

4:45 pm Gainesville. 11:50
Monday, Wednesday, Friday.

"Tuesdar. Taursdajr. aataway.

Our Specialty Is

htiildindt

W Shoes

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JACKSONVILLE,

Meet me at the American Cafa,

t i Union Station. Ocala. for a regular

?:"u"V:J'rn;"rvnl Dont fail to visit the Guarantee

FLORIDA a; ,1 ml tAtOothinz & Shoe Company. Every

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YOU SAVE MONEY

Ca your shoe bills by having us re

build your old shoes. Our charges are

moderate, and we guarantee satisfaction-

MAZ0N&C0.

Between Tea Ceat Store and Gerig's

Drag Store

Fire

Iinsmnraiuce

Ocala, Florida

Dr. Charles Wataoa Moremea,
Dental Sorgeoa
Commercial Bank Building. Ocala,
n. Office rhone 211: residence

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NOTICE

The annual meeting of the stock

holders of the Carroll Motors Com

pany wffl be held at the offices of the

company, m Ocala, ria, on weone-

day, January l&th. 1921, at 10 o'ciock

a. no. R. R. Carroll, President.

Attest: A. A. Griffin,
Vice President and Acting Secy.
Ocala, Fla,' December 5, 13ZL tf

Americans. tf BgMmg lor vj U Ail 1 X no pnc.



OCA LA EVENING STAR, SATURDAY, JANUARY 15, 1S21

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TEMPLE THEATRE
MATINEE & NIGHT MONDAY JAN. 17
PRICES 35c and 50c Including War Tax

VIERRA'S HAWAIIANS
In a Delightful, Alluring Evening of Fascinating
Hawaiian Melodies. Wonderful Artists
Splendid Musicians
ALSO
METRO'S ALL STAR CAST

MA

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PLEASANT PARTY

There was a very pleasant little

'party at the home of Mr. and Mrs..S.
items, jT Sistrunk Thursday night. The oc oc-I
I oc-I asiun was Mr. Sistrunk's birthday.

If you have any society

phone to five-one.

t .Ye don't know just how old the judge
Mrs. D. H. Ledbetter of Belleviewj i, but there were twenty-four candles

was a visitor in the city for the day. n the big birthday cake. We can re-

j liember when Mr. Sistrunk wns
BIG HAIR sale Monday and lues-; v-enty-four, and we are sure has has
a . . . A

oay. At neck Millinery Parlors. 4-3r-en iwen:y-iour ever since, inose

jpiesent were Mr. and Mrs. Sistrunk,

Miss Elizabeth Yowell of Orlando 'their daughter and granddaughter.

is the attractive guest of Miss EloUe'Mrs. Bert Leigh Acker and dainty lit-

Henry. it!" Virginia, Mr. Acker (Bert Leiga

himself,) and the members of his ex

cellent little company, and Mr. ana

The friends of Mrs. Mamie Hall will

regret to learn of her illness but trust

it will be a short duration.

The two table auction party yester yesterday
day yesterday afternoon at which Mrs. E. G.

Lindner was hostess, was one of the

most pleasant of the smaller affairs 01

the week. The following were those
playing: Mrs. W. A. Wilds, Mrs. Max
Israelson, Mrs. Bejt Dosh, Mrs. O. E.

Cox, Mrs. Charles Chazal, Misses
Adele Bittinger and Susie Lou Ellis.
Mrs.( Dosh, who held high score, was
presented with a deck of Congress
playing cards. Joining the players for
Refreshments of chicken salad, olives,
wafers, sandwiches and coffee were
Misses Edith Williams and Mary Mc

Dowell, i

ASSOCIATE JUSTICE H YD RICK.

(Asaociat- Press)
Washington, Jan. 15. Associate
ustice Hydrick, of the South Caro-

rca supreme court, died in a hotel

here today after an illness of several

weeks. His home was as Spartanburg.

Mr. J. IL Hydrick, to whom was

married last year Miss Hary Harriet

Livingston of Ocala. was a nephew of

ustice Hydrick.

OBREGOVS CABINET

TO BE REORGANIZED

The Star is glad to report that Mr.

R. S. Rogers who has been on the

A complete line of Norris' famous
candies and CROWN LOG CABIN
jecan rolls at the Court Pharmacy. 6t

Mrs. Howard Walters, Miss Mabel

Eeck and Mr. W. B. Gallagher. -Theisick list a few days, is recovering.

evening passed very pleasantly witn
music and conversation, and the
uuinty supper. Mr. Acker and his
tt mpanywho played "Tea for Three''
to the great satisfaction of their au-

ff

"SOMEONE IN THE HOUSE

Let's Go!
This Will Be a Big Night
PRICES MAT. & NIGHT 35c & 50c

Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Rush of Mclr,-d:ence at the Temple Thursday eve eve-tosh
tosh eve-tosh and Mr. J. S. Williams of Cot- r'Ir'- Ieft early Friday morning for
ton Plant, spent yesterday in townDLand- MBert Leigh" and his com-

shoping. P-r-y are genuine artists, and ucala

v,u be glad to have them play a re return
turn return date."

They are. "light as a feather," says
ore of our customers in speaking of
cur rolls. Insist upon having Federal
bread and rolls. 5-6t

Miss Nettie Camp will return Mon Monday
day Monday afternoon from a three week's
visit as the guest of her aunt, MYs.
George F. Armstrong in Savannah.

Mr. David Bloch of Augusta, Ga.,
arrived in Ocala yesterday to join his

wife for a visit at the home of Mr.

P.ih's sister, Mrs. W. F. Creson, and

family.

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

THE WINDSOR HOTEL
JACKSONVILLE, ILORIDA
In the heart of the city with Hemming Park for a front yard.
Every modern convenience in each room. Dining room service is
second to non

i
ROBERT MVMEYER,
Manager.

J. E. KAVANAUGH
Proprietor.

Mrs. W. J. Frink and daughter,

Bettie of Sumica, will arrive Monday

afternoon to spend a month as the
guests of the former's father, Mr. D.
E. Mclver.

Fresh oysters and full, line of fresh

wgetables and fruits at all times.

Cook's Market and Grocery. Phone

2V. 7-tf

Good wholesome body materials

vlth just the right quantity of sugar

ar.d cinnamon make our cinnamon

oils "delicious." Federal Bakery. 6t

REDDICK

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

Mrs. T. D. Wray of Columbia, S. C,
will arrive in Ocala Monday afternoon
to pay a visit to her niece, Mrs. W. J.
Frink of Sumica, at the home of her
brother-in-law, Mr. D. E. Mclver.

The friends of Mrs. R. L. Anderson
Jr. are glad to see her out again aft after
er after a six weeks' illness. Some time
i.ext week Mr. and Mrs. Anderson will

be at home in their bungalow on Ok Ok-lawafca
lawafca Ok-lawafca avenue, which they are mak making
ing making ready for occupancy.

Just received sea bass weighing
from three to twelve pounds, for bak baking
ing baking purposes. City Fish Market.
Phone 158. tf

SOWrStvvtSv

is

IT lite ioisewlfe wlo waills

In the report of the election of of officers
ficers officers appearing in the Star Friday,
of the Lake Weir Country Club, it

was stated that Mr. Charles Rheihauer
was eletced president. This was in
eiror. Mrs. Rheinauer was elected
pi evident of the culb.

(Associated Prc&a)
Mexico City, Jan. 15. President

Obregon contemplates an immediate

reorganization of his cabinet which
will affect at least seven portfolios,
the' morning newspapers declare.

Salt and fresh water fish, oysters.

shrimp, etc., at CITY FISH MARKET.
Ft. King Ave., phone 158. v27-tf

to

EC

eat

The grocery bill is an every day affair, you and the rest of the family

three times a day.
A large part of your husbands earning goes to pay the grocery bill.
We all want to save money. And often the question is asked, how can
we do it?

If you are willing to "pay cash and carry these stores offer you the best oppor oppor-tunity
tunity oppor-tunity that we know of to SAVE MONEY. &

Fnonr AAit ia cnonio'l Hqv rir Hftwftvpr wphnvp 1istfrl in this fid a few .0-

& extra specials. The prices on extra specials will be flood only Saturday afternoon and 3fc

during next week. Irom the nth, lo tne zzna, inclusive. U:

Tetley's Green Label Tea, OCr '-4
quarter-pound package J V- ;Vj
Tetley's Green Label Tea, ACin ?
half-pound package TJV

Have your old mirrors re-silvered.

Wt do it promptly and at reasonable

pr.ces. All work guaranteed. Ocala

.Mirror and Plating Works, Walter
nnjrt;, proprietor. Phone 04. 17-tf

Dr. s;nd Mrs. James Francis CurW

passed through the city yesterday aft afternoon
ernoon afternoon from their wedding trip down
the East Coast. After having dinner

at the home of Mr. and Mrs. George
Taylor, Dr. and Mrs. Curry left for
their future home at Dunnellon.

Don't fail to visit the Guarantee
frothing & Shoe Company. Every Everything
thing Everything we sell is guaranteed. We're
fighting for QUALITY not prices, tf

EXTRA SPECIAL
15c. package Roxane Self Rising Pancake

Flour; per package

5 15c. package Roxane Self Rising Buckwheat l
a- Flour, ner Package JHi

REGULAR PRICE

V; Seven pounds of Hudnut's Fine or Coarse OC
L riyic fnr ...... m4J

Seven pounds of Cream or Water Ground OE
Meal for

Rice, best Blue Rose
per pound. ."
- EXTRA SPECIAL
59c. Jars Royal Scarlet
Pure Fruit Jams w
48c. Jars Robin Hood
Pure Fruit Jams
55c. Jars Gordon & Dilworth x
Orange Marmalade .
37c. Skookum Apple Butter,
per jar
EXTRA SPECIAL
Santa Claus Soap,'
two cakes for .
Fairbank's Clarette Soap,
two cakes for . :
10c. package Soapade, softens hard water,
for
REGULAR PRICE
Tetley's Yellow Label Tea,
quarter-pound package
Tetley's Yellow Label Tea,
half-pound package
Tetley's Orange Peko tea,
quarter-pound package
Tetley's Orange Peko Tea,

half-DOund package :

Sftf You make no mistake in dealing with us

A

9c
49c
40c
48c.
31c
7c
7c
6c
17c
34 c
22c
44c

12c

19c
20 c
20c

EXTRA SPECIAL

15c. tins Kingan's Pork and Beans, 1 0
per tin

15c. tins Snider's Pork and Beans,
per tin
25c. value Burnham & Murrell Gold Finch
Maine Corn, No. 2 tins
25c. value Welfare Brand Sweet Peas,
No. 2 tins ...
25c. value St. Lawrence Brand Sweet
Mellow Peas, per can

SHINE 'EM UP EXTRA SPECIAL &
SHINOLA Shoe Polish, Black, Brown, Ox 1 C
' Blood and White, two 10c. tins for 1JV
EXTRA SPECIAL
To introduce Kingan's Nut Oleomargarine, OA 15
35c. value, per pound... i JKJV TTj
EXTRA SPECIAL
Pompeian .Brand Pure Olive Oil, half pints, OQ. Tft
50c. valte, for 7I.
Pcmpeian Brand Pure Olive Oil. pints, Tf ?)t
90c. value, for Q
REGULAR PRICE hi

No. 4 Snowdrift Lard
per tin
No. 8 Snowdrift Lard,
REGULAR PRICE
Tall tins Pink Salmon,
per tin ;
Tell tins Chum Salmon,
per tin

We handle high grade goods, and

Miss- Susannah Dodge of Jackson Jackson-vi
vi Jackson-vi le, who has many friends in Ocala,

arrived today for a visit with .Miss

Eloise Henry. Miss Dodge came es

pecially to.attend the basket ball game
between Duval and the Ocala high
school, which takes place this after

noon.

One light 1919 five-passenger Buick
touring car, newly painted. Ninety Ninety-day
day Ninety-day mechanical guarantee. Reason Reasonable.
able. Reasonable. Spencer-Pedrick Motor Co. tf

Reddick, Jan. 13. Miss Verna

Brothers, who has been spending her

vacation with her parents, Mr. and

Mrs. T. L. Brothers, left for Washing

ton, D. C, Saturday to resume her po position
sition position with the government in the

navy department. Miss Brothers was

accompanied home by her brother,
Volney, who will remain with his par parents.
ents. parents. .They made the trip down by
boat and reported a fine trip except

for storm which delayed them in

Savannah for a day.

Mrs. J. B. Newman of Fort White

who has been visiting her daughter

Mrs. J. H. Williams left for Jackson

vi'le to spend some time with her son

Mr. J. B. Newman.

Cecil Williams, a student of the C

M. N. A., left Monday for scnool after
a pleasant vacation spent with his

parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Williams.

Miss Carrie Billingsley left Sunday
for her school in Fort Meade, after

spending the holidays with her par

ents, Mr. and Mrs. H. P. Billingsley.

Myron Rou and Loris Hall of Low Low-til,
til, Low-til, students of the G.'M. A, "left for
school Sunday, after spending the
holidays with their friends.

Miss Evelyn Ferguson of Tampa is
visiting her grandfather, Mr. E. L.
Ferguson.
Miss Ollie Mae Ferguson returned
to Metcalf, Ga., Friday to resume her
duties as postmistress after a pleas pleasant
ant pleasant vacation with her father, Mr. E.
B. Ferguson.
Mr. Herbert Boseman and Miss An An-rie
rie An-rie Coey spent the holidays with their
families in Chiefland and Newberry.
Miss Inez Fridy is spending the

Christmas holidays with her parents.

Mr. and Mrs. S. L. Fridy. Inez is it
student at Southern College, at Suth

erland.

Miss Edna Bryce'of Ocala after

spending several days with Miss Irene

Kou, returned to her home accom

panied by Miss Rou.

Mr. and Mrs. Wm. A. Hall and Miss

Edith Core motored to Ocala 5atur
dsy on a shopping mission.

The Commercial Co.. Mr. J. H. Wil

liams, president and manager, is in

stilling a modern hyd rating plant,

which makes the business complete,
as they have already installed the
Kirkwood oil burning system. Mr.
Williams says they expect to be ship shipping
ping shipping hyd rated lime in carload lots in
a short time.
. The Southern Peanut- Products Co

vith Mr. C. M. Carn as president and

manager, is making some fine peanut

butter now and expects to put a man

on the road to sell the product.

UNCLASSIFIED

ADVERTISEIENTS

WANTED, LOST, FOUND. FOR

SALE, FOR RENT AND SIM SIMILAR
ILAR SIMILAR LOCAL NEEDS

Rates: Six linea, maximum, one time,
25c; three times, 50c; six times, 75c;

one month. S3. Payable in advance.

FOR SALE Seven room house. 711

South Third street, east, now occu occupied
pied occupied by D. R. Connor. If interested
write J. S. Jevttt, Lakeland Fla. 3t

WANTED Experienced young lady

with best references in state wishes
position as stenographer or ateno ateno-bookkeeper
bookkeeper ateno-bookkeeper combined. Address P.
O. Box 309. 15-3t

FOR SALE Thoroughbred Collie
pups, eligible to registration. Ap Apply
ply Apply to Berry Carter, Route A,
Ocala. Fla. 10-6t

First class stove wood only. Quick

delivery. Send postal. L. J. Dankwertx,
Ocala, Fla, Route A. 15-6t

FARM WANTED WTanted to hear

from owner of farm or good 'land
worth the price asked. L. Jones.
' Box 551, Olney, III.

FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE 20-

acres fir. rolling land, 8 miles out
near Orange avenue. Excellent well,
plenty of timber. Price right. Will
consider 5-passenger auto or cut cut-down
down cut-down preferred. Must be in first first-class
class first-class condition. Address, Owner.
Box 274, Dunnellon. 15-4t

FOUND Pocketbook
See Baxter Carn.

with

money.
14-2t

WANTED Girl as clerk, age, 16 to.
25 years. W. A. Stroud. 14-2t

r yv yi n w-

like new and looks like new. Two ',
extra tires. Price $250. Address ;
Box 93. Ocala. Fla. 13-6t

70c
$1.40 W.
16c jfj

13c

you will find an assortment here that isn't often found in city stores.

U-SE1RVE STOKES
CASH AND CARRY

i One East and One West City Square Shop at the one nearest you

A m

jiPA?? ? ?? ??!(!

Miss Daisy Keidel of Baltimore, ar arrived
rived arrived in the city this afternoon to
spend the remainder of the winter at
the home of her sister, Mrs. Christian
Ax. Miss Keidel was accompanied
ly Miss Gertrude Mayer of Balti-n-o:-e,
who will be a guest at the home
of Mr. and Mrs. Ax for an indefinite
j)t riod. The many friends of Miss
Kt i iel are pleased to welcome her re re-t
t re-t irn to the city.

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

roodness home-made taste. 6-6t

Sterno "canned heat" and cooking

vit-nsils at the Court Pharmacy. Phone

4. 7-t

Mr. H. S. McPherson, who has made

hi- headquarters in this city for some

. . a v-

time, representing the isationai cis

cu:t Co., has several his connection

w.th tht firm and will soon leave
Ocala-. Mr. McPherson regret his de

parture very much. Mr. O. M. Moore,

wl.3 has been with the Murphy Motor
Cc, has accepted the position vacated

by Mr. Mcrherson. Mr. Moore is a
splendid young business men and his
fripnds are confident he will make

gcod in his new position.

Our speciatice cream for Sunday
will be banana, delivered any time,
any place. Also have vanilla, straw strawberry
berry strawberry and chocolate. Full line of
Martha Washington candies, also de delicious
licious delicious Log Cabin Pecan Roll, made
in Jacksonville. Phone 580 or 558,
The VOGUE.

WANTED To buy. a Singer sewing
machine. Must be in good condition 1
and cheap. Address Box 353. Ocala, VI
Fla. 6-St

FREE Garden plot and part of house :
to married couple with auto. Ref-:
, erences exchanged. For particulars
call at Maxine, North Main St. 11-tf.

SOUTHERN CATTLE LOAN

COMPANY BEGINS BUSINESS
Notice has been received by the

stockholders of 'the Southern Cattle

Loan Company that ji sufficient

amount amount of the stock has beea

subscribed to enable the company to
effect a permanent organization and
begin business. The organization com committee
mittee committee has called a meeting to be held

in Jacksonville on January 18th, to
accept the charter and perfect these
plans.

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

lenger by the company to bear inter interest
est interest at the rate of 7 per cent per an

num.

balance of the 1500,000 capital stock

will be available ; upon the new basis
decided on at this meeting.
The opportunify 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
efore been offered the investors of
Marion county; and those who have
lot already availed themsJyes of this
epportunity 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 on the organization
la sis.. 14-2t

THERO-CCLA WOODYARD We are
prepared to furnish oak or pin
wood for either stove or fireplace,
on short notice. We deliver your
money's worth promptly. Give us a
trial order. Chero-Cola Wood yard,
phone 167. 26-lia

WOOD Oak and pine, cu t to cny

length; delivered on short notice.
Phone Mrs. E. L. HowelL Oak,
Fla. 20-tf

WOOD Giles Wood Yard. Semsea-,
id oak or pine wood, for either stori
3r fireplace; $1 and 2 per load. Yard
orner South Main and Third streets,
'hone 112. 15-1 a
WANTED You n an 24 years old
with four years' experience as
steno-bookkeeper desires a position

in Ucala. Can furnish the best of
references. Address Box 323. Moul-
trie. Ga. !-

FARM WANTED Would like to
hear from owner that has farm for
sale in Marion county. Give locaA
tion. description and price in first
I letter. Address, "Farmer," ears
Ocala Evening Star. 3-18t.

familv. Hot and cold runninr water

After January 18th, the unsold jn rooms. Call at No. 22 North San

chez St. Mrs. F. W. Broderick.
phone 306. 23-tf

FOR RENT 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
?A$. 13-Ct

WILLIAM-A. TCST.lAIi
CONTRACTOR
Estimates Given Eree
Phone 526 Ocala, Fla :i



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