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Title:
The Ocala evening star
Uniform Title:
Ocala Evening Star
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Evening star
Star
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v. : ; 61 cm.
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English
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Porter & Harding
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Ocala, Fla.
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United States -- Florida -- Marion -- Ocala
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29.187778 x -82.130556 ( Place of Publication )

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Began in 1895; ceased in 1943.
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Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 5 (June 24, 1895).
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TEMPERATURES
'
Sunday morning, 51; noon, 64.
This morning, 41; noon, 69.
WEATHER FORECAST
Fair tonight and Tuesday, cooler in
extreme north portion.
VOL. Tt
OCALA, FLORIDA. MONDAY, JANTARY 17, 1921.
NO. 13

OCALA

EVENING

11 AK

GALL A SPECIAL
SESSION! THE
CONGRESS

On the Fourth of April is Said to be
President Elect Harding's
Intention
(Associated Press)
Washington, D. C, Jan. 17. President-elect
Harding has practically de decided
cided decided to call a special session of the
new Congress April 4th, members of
the House ways and means commit committee
tee committee were informed today by Chairman
Fofdney, who has just returned from
a conference with Mr. Harding at
Marion.
PROMISES TO KEEP
UP THE PRICES
Made to Burley Tobacco Growers of
Kentucky by the Large
Manufacturers
(Associated Press)
Lexington, Jan. 17. Selling of the
present crop of burley tobacco in cen central,
tral, central, Kentucky, Indiana and Ohio was
resumed today after delay due to
persons interested in forcing prices to
a higher level. Promises to do all in
their power to make a satisfactory
market were made by the manufac manufacturers
turers manufacturers who purchase most of the crop.
Warehousemen refusing to accept the
lower grades, the buyers assert that
one-fourth of the crop is low grade,
which cannot be used in the American
trade and won't bid on it.
BRAZILIANS WERE CARELESS
ABOUT THEIR GANGPLANK
(Associated Pr-.3s)
Rio Janeiro.. Jan. 17 At least three
persons were drowned and seventeen
injured when 100 passengers throw
into the bay here by the collapse of a
gangplank is use to board a steapship.
It is believed many more lives were
lost.
MEETING OF PREMIERS
(Associated Press)
.Paris, Jan. 17. Premiers Lloyd
George and Briand will meet for a
conference on German disarmament
and other matters January 25th.
PEASANTS HAVE BROKEN
OUT IN PODALIA
' (Associated Press)
London, Jan. 17. A Riga dispatch
says that Moscow reports serious
peasant rebellion has broken out hi
Podalia. The Ukraine soviet govern government
ment government fears the revolt will spread as
a resutl of Ukrainian peasants' unrest
over the refusal of the Soviets' to rem remedy
edy remedy numerous grienvances.
AW, LET IT DROP
(Associated Press)
Rockaway, Jan. 17. The naval
beard appointed by Secretary Daniels
met here today to begin an investiga investigation
tion investigation of the balloon flight of Kloor,
Fareell and Hinton.
BEN FRANKLIN'S BIRTHDAY
(Associated Press)
PhilafShphia, Jan. 17. The 215th
birthday of Benjamin Franklin was
observed throughout the country to to-day
day to-day The grave of Franklin and Mrs.
Franklin here were decorated.
SOUTH CAROLINIAN
COMMITTED SUICIDE
, (Associated Press)
Charleston,-S. C, Jan. J7. Tempo
rary insanity over financial difficulties
andembitterness over family trou
bles in which a valuable estate was at
stake, are believed by the authorities
to have prompted L. S. Gigham Sat
urday to shoot his mother, his sister,
his sister's two children and himself,
according to reports today from Flor
ence. All were shot in the heat, the
bullets entering just beneath their
temples. No one was shot more than
twice.
, Mr. and Mrs. -H. C. Williams and
son, Harold will leave Ocala February
1st for Dunnellonl. where they will in
the future reside. Mr. Williams will
open an up-to-date garage in the
Phosphate City and as he is an exper experienced
ienced experienced automobile man, his friends are
sure of h;t success. During their res residence
idence residence in Ocala Mr. and Mrs. Will Williams
iams Williams have made many friends who
regret their departure, but they will
leave with the best wishes of all. The
lower apartment of the McDowell
flats which will be vacated by Mr. and j
Mrs. Williams, will be taken by Mr.
and Mrs. D- S. Woodrow, who already
make their home in the upper flat.
Mr. and Mrs. Woodrow will probably
equip the rooms in this apartment for

SUPREME COURT

I
Rules that Oklawaha Valley Railroad
Shall Not be Sold Except to Pur Purchaser
chaser Purchaser Who Will Continue
' Operation
(Associated Press)
Washington, Jan, 17. The supreme
court today sustained the judgments
5 of Florida courts, holding that the
Oklawaha Valley railroad should not
be sold except to a purchaser who
would continue its operation.
Bill Hohenzollern is saying nothing
ar.d sawing wood. But he's be yelling
his tiead off at the size of your 192U
income tax if he were doing the col collecting.
lecting. collecting. WAR RELICS TO BE SOLD
FOR CHILDREN OF FRANCE
-
(Associated Press)
New York, Jan. 17. A great collec collection
tion collection of material relating to the world
war, said to be the most remarkable
ever brought together, will be exhibit exhibited
ed exhibited in the American art galleries be beginning
ginning beginning on Washington's birthday
and afterward will be sold at auction,
the entire proceeds to be given to the
Fatherless Children of France, an or organization
ganization organization of which Marshal JofTre is
president. The value of the collection
is placed at many thousands of dollars.
A lot of boys still in hospitals
would be glad to pay a 1920 income
tax. How about yours?
BOILED THE LAWS DOWN
- TO QUITE A LITTLE BALL
(Associated Press)
Lawrence, Kan., Jan. 17. Revision
of all the laws of the United States
into a single volume of more than
2,000,000 words, making the largest
law book in existence, was undertaken
ard carried through by two Kansans.
The book is indexed. Acceptance of
the work is now before the Senate. It
was aproved by the House in a bill
passed Dec. 20th.
Not all of us can be heroes but all
of us can be patriots. Payment of
your income, tax helps to make you
one.
The ball at the Ocala House Satur
day "night which was given by the
members of the O. H. S. basket ball
team in compliment to the visiting
team from Jacksonville was an ex
ceedingly enjoyable occasion. Davis
orchestra furnished the music and.it
was midnight before this merry affair
came to an ead.
Taking your hat off when the band
playS the national anthem doesn't get
you anything with Uncle Sam-unloss
you pay your income tax.
While visiting in the city during
the holidays, grandma declared that
Federal Bread had that honest to
goodness home-made taste. o-6t
Receipt for an income tax entitles a
man to talk about "our part in the
war." The cost in dollars is yet to be
met.
Mr. and Mrs. John L. Williams of
Al lanta, are annbuncing the arrival of
a baby daughter, born New Year's eve
arfd they have given her the name
Kcseary. Mrs. Williams, as Miss
Beatrice Wienecke, has on a number
of occasions visited in Ocala as the

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guest of MrsC. P. Chazal and has wh,ch has Jus Penea in ine,.
- L -,i 1 1.1'rmds nearlv a score of the ladies of

interest of the foregoing
ment.
announcc-
Every dollar of your income tax
goes into the common till for
common good. Pay it today.
the

Tt mp nt. th An.prio.n rfJthe list above have been nominated by.

Union Station. Ocala, for a regular j leir friends without their knowledge,.
dinner family style. Best dinner in,nd mav not make thf race. However,

the state for 75c. Eat and drink all;"""" Ui r,
. ln;ASi ont-ATitirtn of pntenncr tD

. ..

vou want, lime lor dinner 11 a. m. ro,"" vws" ;
2:30 p. m. Owned and operated by!'nake this the most interesting cam

Americans. tf
It's a shallow brand of patriotism
fnot Hnn't h hnVhtlv in timp

of peace as in time of stress. Have tar ting as one might, suppose after j dates that the largest extra vote offer
you paid your income tax? 'the first excitement had passed, it is will close at the close of business for
.. 1 growing continually. There is not a the day, next Saturday. All subscrip-
Mr. C. W. Hunter has been making man, woman or child within the radius tions must be turned into the Star
considerable improvements at his fa-'of many miles, who is not acquainted 'office on this date or extra votes can can-mous
mous can-mous cafe. He has put in a new with the details of this magnificent rot be issued. The out of town, can can-counter,
counter, can-counter, with electric griddles and or in which a STUDEBAKER Six didates have the privilege of mailing
ocns at the lower end of the dining and many other valueble prizes, are their reports into the office, and extra
room, where customers can see their to be give naway. The candidate who votes will be issued if the postmark
ho cakes browned to a finish and P Hs the largest number of votes up on the letter shows it was mailed on
other good things cooked while they to 7 o'clock, February 12th, is to get the 22nd. This gives the out of town
wait, and not wait long either. Other the STUDEBAKER free, without one candidates the same opportunity with'
hnnrovements will be made and it will cent of cost. The ones running sec- the ladies living in Ocala. Some few

soon be one of the most classy cafes'

in the state. other valuable prices. v And under the
I liberal method of distribution, any
' The words "peace and victory" will.ycung lady of this vicinity has the
have a holier meaning when you have S3me chance of winning one of these

paid your income tax.

ARE

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AT EACH OTHER
Both America and Japan are Irritated
Over the Shooting of Lieut.
Langdon
(Associated Press)
Tokio, Jan. 17. Government offi officials
cials officials have not yet made public the text
of the American note protesting
against the shooting of Langdon.
Publicists express the belief that
Washington not only asked reparation
with guarantees removing the prob probability
ability probability of similar incidents in the fu future,
ture, future, but also again pointed out to Ja Japan
pan Japan the wisdom of reducing, if not
withdrawing altogether her troops
from a country where she possesses
no sovereign rights to the littoral,
which is dominated by her military
ind naval powers.
SUICIDE OF LANGDON'S WIFE
Manila, Jan. 17. The Russian wife
of Lieut. Langdon, killed by a Japa Japanese
nese Japanese sentry recently, committed sui suicide
cide suicide upon learning of her husband's
death, says a Reuter dispatch from
Vladivostok.
OCALA DEFEATED DUVAL
TWENTY-FOUR TO TWELVE
Saturday afternoon at the high
school court the Ocala basket ball
girls defeated Duval for the first time.
this season. The game was called at j
4 o'clock and a good crowd turned out
to witness the contest. A good game
was played by both teams although
Duval soon discovered thai she was
outclassed by the Ocala girls. Twenty
fouls were called on Duval out of
which only nine were made. The team
work of Ocala was unusually good
and with a little more practice they
expect to give Duval a fight for the
championship next Saturday night in
Jacksonville.

ONE PRE WEEK OE BONUS VOTES
IN BIG SUCSCRIPTIOII DRIVE

First Count ot Votes to be Made
Started-Plenty of Time
Share In the

LIST OF CANDIDATES NOMINATED

NAMES .ADDRESS VOTES
Mrs. Ed. (C.) Carmichael Ocala 2o,no
Mrs. A. R. Douglas Route A 25,000
Miss Ethel Freeman Belleview 25,000
Miss Lessie Freyermuth Ocala 25,000
Miss Estelle Howell Oak 25,000
Mrs. W. H. Hoffman ; . .Dnnnellon 25,000
Miss Maude Keefe jOcala 25,000
Mrs. N. H. Lanier Morriston 25,000
Mrs. Howard Lee Eastlake i ... 25,000
Miss Katherine Leitner Ocala 25,000
Mrs. J. M. Liddell Santos 25,000
Mrs. Walter Marsh Ocala 25,000
Miss' Ada Fore Marsh I acota 25,000
Miss Edna Norsworthy Mcintosh 25,000
Miss Yvonne Seckinger Martel 25,000
Miss Louise Spencer Ocala 25,000
Miss Agnes Y'oung Tairfield- T 25,000

j l: ...
... A. oa I
-
this vicinity with 25,000 votes as a
starter. As yet, of course, none of
the ladies have been able to get any
I decided lead over the rest of the field,!
. : J...V.4..1 it .111
ana m iaci 11 is very uuuu. ""

cl the candidates will make an active !rumber of votes will be the winnel
canvass, as a number of .the ones iniA . nlainld in thpp rol.

in.m.V. nf hncn nnminiltM nVP SI?, t
.pa'gn ever stagea in mis i.u.,
jouly in the amount of money expended
! ,t,r prizes.
but also in the amount of;
1 interest shown. Instead of interest
ond, third, fourth, etc., will get the:
valuable prizes.

ELEVEN MEMBERS

I;
I
Alabama State Troops in Jail at Bir-
m inrha m t a A nam CI
Accusation
(Associated Press)
Birmingham, Jan. 17 Eleven mem- i
ters of Coompany M, Alabama nation- ;
al guard, are in jail here today charg- j
ed with lynching William Baird, a
miner, at Jasper Thursday night. The j
soldiers, five non-commissioned offi-
cers and six privates, were arrested j
bts night after Leslie West, a taxi ;
driver, is said to have made a com- J
p'ete cdhfession on the part he. took f
and named the soldiers. West is sail :
to have confessed that he drove one of
the two cars the soldiers used.
Baird was in jail awaiting trial for
the killing of Private James Morris,
of Company M, after Morris shot and
killed Baird's father-in-law.
BOULWARE-SHEALY
Married Sunday .at the home of Mr.
and Mrs. Henry G. Shealy in th:s
city, Rev. Mr. Padgett of Fort McCo;,
officiating, Mr. Shealy's sister, Miss
Roberta Shealy, to Mr. Ray' S. Boul Boul-ware.
ware. Boul-ware. The bride is a pretty and ac accomplished
complished accomplished young lady, a great favo favorite
rite favorite in her former home community of
Sparr and making many friends since
coming to Ocala. The groom is a
prosperous young farmer of
Island
Grove. The young couple left on a
visit for Jacksonville, returning from
hich they will settle down at their
hrme at Island Grove. The Star joins
their other friend's in good wishe-.
Only members of the family and im immediate
mediate immediate friends were present at the
wedding.
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
Friday All Candidates Getting
Lett For New Entrants to
Distribution.
vnrrc wnvrw-.n rnrvr
Candidates should bear in mind that
..,, -, ...v. '1
j uics aiuuc will luuni n ucil nic mull
: ts,bulation is made and the judges
piake the final decis;om igardiess of
ith mmmt of monPV Pftiwted or the
Iirnhr nf SIlh5.rintinn5 takn th
r
candidate who has secured the largest
hefore. votes cannot he bought
or transferred as the candidate doing
th(? business will the one to
ride away in the. beautiful Studebaker.
1
0NE
MORE WEEK ONLY
BONUS VOTES
OF
The campaign manager wishes to
impress upon the minds of the cand.-
people are under the impression that
more votes will Jje allowed during the
closing periods than during this per period,
iod, period, and the candidate who fails to
get her full share of bonus votes is
indeed making a sad mistake.

I All

REPEAL OF ALL

WARTIME LAWS
Houe Resolution Approved Today by
the Serate Judiciary
Com rait tee
Assrxriated Press)
Washington, Jan. 17. The
tesolution proposing re Deal of most of
.t ,
the wartime laws was approved today
tk- -mA
Under a committee amendment the
food and fuel contral acts, would be
continued.
MAHANY WILL GO TO GENEVA
Rowland Mahany. solicitor for the
department of labor, has been appoint
t Yt :ir tho rrir1ont ae th A morinn
1
epresentative on the international
commission of immigration and emi
oration tn moot at r.Pn- nn A
to be fixed by the international labor
office of the league of nations. It's
the first appointment the president
has made o any of the bodies meet-
lr.g under the league of nations since
the Senate refused to ratify the Ver
sailles treaty.
IUPLANE PILOTS WILL'
MAKE FLIGHTS OVER CITY
T X3 IT T.
ic.-iia. u. xxrainju anu ai -j
Dailey arrived in the city this after
noon from Orlando and will conduct
a ire ui uirpiar.e riues on ine va vacant
cant vacant field west of the fair grounds.
They will be ready for passengers to
morrow. Mr. George Keightley, who
. . . .A
will be remembered m this city, hav
ness here last year, will arrive in
Ocala Friday to assist Messrs. Pear Pearson
son Pearson and Dailey. These young men
operate two British planes equipped
with the Lerhorne motor, and they
tre considered the most up-to-date
machines to be had.
HOPS YIELDED BIG
MONEY
LAST YEAR
(Associated Pres)
Washington, Jan. 17 Corn, king of
crops, produced an average only of
$20.13 an acre to farmers based on
December farm prices while hops
produced S4SC.10 an acre, according
to averages for the country as a whole
issued by the department of agricul agriculture.
ture. agriculture. The value per acre of hops in
1'j19 was $874.75, while corn's aver aver-aee
aee aver-aee per acre was $38.49. With the ex exception
ception exception of rye, cranberries, soy beans
end sorghum syrup the average value
per acre last year showed heavy re reductions
ductions reductions from 1919 because of the de decline
cline decline in prices.
- KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS
Ocala Lodge No. 19. Conventions
held every Monday evening at 7:30
o'clock at the castle hall, over the G.
Q. Greene Co. drugstore. A cordial
Vilcome to isiting brothers.
Tom Proctort C. C.
Chas. K. Sage, K. of R. & S
MARION-DUN"N MASONIC LODGE
Marion-Dunn Lodge "No. 19, F. & A.
II., meets on the first and third
Ihursday evenings of each month at
7:30 o'clock until further notice,
A. L. Lucas. W. M.
Jake Brown, Secretary.
Be thankful you are paying an in income
come income tax to Uncle Sam and not an
indemnity to William Hohenzollern.
ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE
OF TRAINS IN OCALA
Seaboard Air Line
Arrive from Jacksonville.. 2:10 a. hi.
Leave for Tampa 2:15 a.m.
Arrive from Jacksonville. 1:30 p.m.
Leave for Tampa 1:55 p.m.
Arrive from Jacksonville.. 3:51p.m.
Leave for Tampa 4:05 p.m.
Arrive from Tampa 2:14a.m.
Leave for Jacksonville .... 2:15 a. m.
Airive from Tampa 1:35 p.m.
Leave for Jacksonville.... 1:55p.m.
Arrive from Tampa 4:16 p.m.
Leave for Jacksonville 4:17 p.m.
Arrive from New York.... 1:34a.m.
Leave for St. Petersburg.. 1:37a.m.'
Arrive from St. Petersburg 2:55 a.m.
Leave for New York. ... 3:00 a. m.
t
1 Atlantic Coast Line
!rrive from Jacksonville.. 2:31 a.m.
weave for St.. Petersburg.. 2:32a.m.
! Arrive from Jacksonville.. 3:34p.m.
j Leave for St. Petersburg.. 3:35 p.m.
; Airive from Jacksonville.. 10:12 p. m.
'Liave for Leesburg I0:13p.n.
Airive from St. Petersburg 2:26a.m.
' eave for Jacksonville.... 2:27 a. m.
I Arrive from St. Petersburg 1:25 p.m.
Lfave for Jacksonville .... 1 :45 p. m.
: Arrive from Leesburg.... 6:41a.m.
' e for Jacksonville.-. . 6:42 a. m.
i Arrive from Homosassa... 1.25p.m.
:Leve for Homosassa 3:25 p.m.
tAiiive from Gainesville,'
j daily except Sunday.... 11 :50a.m.
Leave for Gainesville, daily
t except Sunday ,4:45 pm.
" Leave for Lakeland Tues
day, Thursday, Saturday 7:25 a. m,J
Ar. from Lakeland. Tues Tuesday,
day, Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday 11:03 p. m.
Loave for Wilcox, Monday,
Wednesday and Friday.. 7:10a.m.
Arrive from Wilcox. Men-day-
Wednesday. Friday. 6:45 p.m.

BOUND TO HAVE

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I
' Conference of the Post AdjataaU'of
the American Legion at Palatka
Last Week
The conference of post adjutants of
the Florida department f the Amer-
, 0 . K
ka Saturdav will have a good result
.. ", .
tnroughout the department in ths
j opinion of Dr. C. W. Moremen. com-
r.-ander, and Louis H. ChazaL adju-

GOOD

RESULT

- -..jiaey are urged to attend the meeting
who attended the conference. Th- j Wednesday night, tell all other farl
conference Was well attended and one they know and bring then, to- the
of the national vice commanders wan meeting. It has been nro. ,.

present. The gathering was held for'.
I
purpose of acquainting the post1
I adjutants with the duties of their of
jfice
i i -J fnr mK-'
j new and old, will be started
todsy

jtl ,oghut the Florida department. !Uw, for tion" b2n
; cverv member is urged to secure 'rreparpd for rabBliMlo to
r .v memher,. Eor the old members ; irg,
the 1021 dues are now due and should haVe a team wU1 J t f
j he rPid at once. The post finance of.;d:.cussion. Shal, team aiJt
f:cer. Mr. Ravmond J. Wa at thL 7." mteur

r ' j. i
Commercial Bank, must forward lt
dies of old members of the post to;
tre 5tate finance officer by January
!!. The outstanding idea brought.
!,...,.,. .L .,.r .
i nain Lrum me raiaiKa conierence oy
(the mst commander and adjutant is

. that all ex-service men and wom'c;ISS of Methodijt wjn

u ,,u u 1 : v m
u.u j.u i,,c leiEivn hoi s mucn iur

vhat they will get out of it as forThursd,y evenmg at g 0.clock at
what good will be done by becoming churclu- pub,ic at Ufge ig cor

a member of this national organization
i .
(of men and women who served in the
world war. An immediate reason fori
jc.ning the American legion is that
the legion has taken up the fight fori
better hospitalization of the disabled
veterans. As the vice commander
seated in Palatka, quoting the com commander
mander commander of the Illinois department,
disabled men are being put in so so-ca'led
ca'led so-ca'led hospitals in which a man
"M ould not put ljis dog."
The post commander and adjutant
had to leave .Palatka before the meet meeting
ing meeting was over and missed a good part
of the program and the entertainment
arranged by Bert Ho3ge Post No. 4
the members of
which did all they
cc uld to make the visiting legionaires
feel at home. A few members of the
Woman's Auxiliary were present at
;he meeting. Efforts will be directed
toward perfecting a state organiza organization
tion organization of the woman's auxiliaries as
soon as possible.
MEETING EXECUTIVE
COMMITTEE OF LEGION
The executive and house commit committees
tees committees of Marion County Post No. 27
will meet tonight at 8 o'clock in the
c'ub rooms in the armory.
:
OCALA LODGE No. 286. B. P. O. E.
Ocala- Ixdge No." 286, Benevolent
and Protective Order of Elks, meets
the second and fourth Tuesday eve eve-pings
pings eve-pings of each month. Visiting breth breth-len
len breth-len always welcome. Lodge rooms
upstairs over Troxler and the Book
Lhop, 113 Main street.
C. Y. Miller. E.' R.
Remember how you cheered on Ar Armistice
mistice Armistice Day? Paying your income tax
:s evidence of real patriotism.
FARM FOR SALE
rarm or 160 acres or good new
ground containing the rich Scott
spring hammock, situated two mile
from Ocala on hard road. r improved
with dwelling and all out buildings.
Will sell at a bargain. Address, C
P. Howell, Box 188. Ocala. Fla. 31-30t
ROYAL ARCn MASONS
Regular conventions of the Ocala
Chapter No. 1". R. A. M on the fourth
Friday in every month at 8 p. m.
H. S. Wesson. H..P.
Jake Brown, Secretary.
ODD FELLOWS
Tulula Lcdee No. 22, I. O. O. P.
r.eets every Tuesday evening at the
Odd Fellows hall at the corner of
Fort King Ave. and Osceola street. A
warm wtjfome always extended to
.-isiting brothers.
T. C. Carter, N..G.
H. R. Luff man. 'Secretary.
WOODMEN OF THE WORLD
' Fort King Camp No. 14 meets at
K. of P. hall at 7:30 p. m. every see see-cr.d
cr.d see-cr.d and fourth Friday. Visiting sot sot-itigns
itigns sot-itigns are always welcome. 1
J. C Bmyf C C
Chas. K. Sage, Clerk.
ORDER OF EASTERN STAR
Ocala Chapter No. 23, O. E. S.
meets at the Masonic hall the second
and fourth Thursday evenings of each
month at 8 o'clock.
Mrs. Lillian Simmons, W. IX.
Mrs. Susan Cook. Secretary.
Advertise la the Star.

ATTEIIO MUG
If You are a Baseball Fan and Want
Ocala to Rejoice in the Game
this Sui
Whether or not Ocala shall have a
season of baseball this coming sum summer
mer summer will depend very largely uoon the
( attendance at the meeting to be held
,n uie Board of Trade room on Wed Wednesday
nesday Wednesday night at 8 o'clock. Do the fans
J wr.nt baseball thi cum.-.-,.. i
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handled in an organized way and it
tie fw f a -r
" wt organizing SUCH
an association that th
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semi-projessionai r now snail it be
best financed?
.MUSICAL AT METHODIST
ruimpn Ttittnn
1HL1WUAI .MUHI
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AM PACKERS MAY
CONTROL WORLD MARKETS
London, Dec. 30. ( Correspondence
of the Associated- Press). Aprehen-
sions of a world-wide meat control by
American packing firms were disclos disclosed
ed disclosed in a recent report to the Board of
Trade by a sub-committee of the
standing committee on trusts.
"At present, the American meat
companies have nearly 60 per cent of
the beef output from Argentina and
Uruguay and about 75 per cent of the
capacity of the meat plans built or
building in Brazil." the reported stat stated.
ed. stated. "Moreover, they control nearly
n-. P-hnlf f that vknl "-- Cmitk.
field (the great London market) and
they have also a solid footing in Can
ada and Australia.
"Fears as tdQie extension of their
activities are not confined to the Unit United
ed United Kingdom, but are equally strong in
the dominions,' it continues.
"The more they may be able to ex
tend their operations in South Amer
ica, the more they may be able to di
vert supplies from reaching the Unit United
ed United Kingdom, and the more they are
able to control distributive business
here, the more securely they will have
the British consumer in their grip."
Suggestions were made by the com
mittee to restrain, by taxation and by
subsidizing refrigerated shipp'ing com
panies, the expansion of foreign in interests
terests interests here, and an international in investigation
vestigation investigation wai recommended to go
into the whole situation with a view
to taking common action.
A rejoinder to the committee's find findings
ings findings is made by R. H. Cabell, the Lon
don manager of Armour & Co, who
in an interview with a press associa association
tion association representative, complains that
none of the American firms were
heard by the committee and charges
that the latter' report was compiled
under "strong prejudice.
"Several passages In the report
show a clear but very ill-informed
animus against the American firms,"
Cabell states. "Particularly in its
reference to Argentina. No ope would
guess from the report that the Chi Chicago
cago Chicago 'packers entered the Argentina
trade at the request, almost at the en entreaties,
treaties, entreaties, of the British firms which
had opened up the territory and had
paid heavily for their experience and
were anxious to be bought out.
Mr. Cabell suggests that part of
the suposed animus disclosed in the
report is due to the relutcance .of cer certain
tain certain British firms to compete with the
"less wasteful and more efficient
methods of their American rivals,"
and he says the only effect of the re report
port report must be to raise meat prices 11
over the United Kingdom.
At the Methodist council meeting.
which was held in Jacksonville last
week. Dr. J. H. Therrill of Ocala was
le-elected president of the general
Sunday school workers council of th;
W IT t M mm m
-ucinoaist episcopal churcn, South.
This makes the fifth consecutive term
that Dr. Therrill has been president
of thic body and despite the fact that
he requested o be relieved of this po position
sition position he was unanimously re-elected.
He has accomplished a wonderful lot
of good and seems to be the right
man for this work.
BIG HAIR sale Monday and Tues Tuesday.
day. Tuesday. Affleck Millinery Parlors. 14-3t

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JAMES CARLOS REYNOLDS

A little more than three years and

a half after he left his home, to an answer
swer answer the call of his country, James

Carlos Reynolds, private, Sixth Bat

talion, Field Artillery Replacement

Regiment, returned to it in his coffin,

w ue laiu to rest, uimi me gicui mus

tering day, in the little churchyard

near his birthplace.

Private Reynolds was twenty-three
years old when he passed away in a

hospital in France. Thru no fault of

his own, he was denied the fierce joy
of battle. His name was far down
the list of the first draft and it was
not until July, 1918, that he wai

called to the colors. He promptly went

to train at Camp Jackson, and had
his time of training been longer he
might have come home sound and
well. But he went at a time when

the first million had gone to Franct,
and America was sending her sons,

ten" thousand a day, across the At

lantic, to add weight to the stagger

ing blows that, we re tearing the grip
of the Teuton loose from France. A
country boy well used to horses', he

was chosen at once, for the field artil

lery, and in a few weeks his regiment

was sent across the sea to refill the
ranks in which the German guns had
made many gaps. Accustomed to
comfortable home living, he had not
become inured to the hardships of
army life so when influenza met him

at the very threshold of Europe he

fell at once a victim. Barely three
months had passed from the day when

his homef oiks had bidden him good goodbye
bye goodbye when his comrades laid him away

in a French grave.

The mental anguish of the Rey

nolds family over the death of their

boy was greatly added to by the

uncertainty caused by the stress oi'
the time. Some three weeks after
his death, a letter from a soldier who

had been near him at the last told a

friend of the -family the sad news of
his death. His brother at once tele telegraphed
graphed telegraphed to Congressman Clark in

"Washington, to find out if the report

was true. Mr. Clark promptly en

quired of the war department was
told that the boy was all right, and

took crreat nleasure in sending the

good news home. Mr. Clark's tele
gram relieved the worried and sad

doned relatives but a few hours when

the lone-delaved dispatch from the

adjutant general's office was received

telling Mr. and Mrs. Reynolds that

their boy was dead.

When it was announced that Con

gress had passed a bill authorizing

the bringing home of the bodies of

the men who died in France, the Key

nolds family decided to avail them

selves of it, and made immediate ap

plication, the result of which had its

culmination in the funeral of Sunday,

The remains arrived Thursday of last
week, but it was resolved to delay

the funeral until the day on which al

could attend the last services.

At two o'clock Sunday afternoon.

the sorrowing relatives and many

friends, and members of the American

Legion, gathered at Pyles & Com

pany's undertaking establishment, in

readiness to accompany the funera

corteee. The pall-bearers and mili

try escort were of the legion, anci

'there were beside these many other
members of the local post, some
of whom came from the furthest

ends of the county. The cas

ket, draped with the flag and covered
with flowers, was brought forth and
lrid.in the hearse, and the procession
started. As the hearse moved, the

fiiebell began to toll, and its solemn
notes were regularly heard until the
procession was beyond the city limits.
The procession was a long" one
more than -fifty cars -with from foui"
to eight persons in each followed the

hearse hearse-Some
Some hearse-Some places in the road, mostly in
the Oklawaha swamp, were very dif difficult,
ficult, difficult, delaying the procession, but in
,' a little less than an 'hour it reached
its destination, at the Oklawaha
church, where at least three hundred
of the neighbors of the family were in
waiting, and many broke into tears
as the hearse came to a stop by the
gate of the little graveyard.
The Oklawaha church is one of
thousands of little fortresses of relig

ion scattered over the United States.
In them are taught the same precepts
that held the hearts of most of Amer America
ica America when the Stars and Stripes first
met the breeze, and they will not only
have to crumble into dust but be for forgotten
gotten forgotten before Americanism can perish
from this continent. Behind it dimples
a beautiful little lake, and before it is

the well-kept graveyard where all the
sons and daughters of the community,
no matter how far they may wander,
always hope to come home for their

final rest.

The pall bearers lifted the cofftii'

from the hearse and, preceded by the
guards of honor and followed by the

egion, bore it reverently to the grave.

lere it rested on supports while the

commander, the chaplain and the ad-

otant of the nost read the solemn

urial service. During this, the escort

stood at ease, while all the sorrowing

friends gathered closely around to

catch every word.

Following are the solemn words,

2s spoken by post officers at funerals

of their members or any man who has

been in the military or naval service

of the United States:

Post- Commander: "Another com

rade has closed his term of service.

After work well done, another soul
has earned his discharge. He has gone
to report to the Commander of all.
We are met to do for the departed
what he would have nobly done for
any one of us. Let us- pray."

Chaplain: "Eternal God. Supreme

Commander of us all, Lord of the far-

flung battleline, to whom the ranks

of life report, we bow before Thee
with reverent hearts and in sublime
faith,' knowing that Thou dost lead us
on in death as Thou dost in life. For
again Thou hast ordered a comrade

to that realm in the west, beyond the
t'vilight and the evening star, where
beauty and valor and goodness dwell
forever with the unnnumbered multi multitude.
tude. multitude. Mindful of service nobly done,
Thou has called him to everlasting
rest. Thou hast sealed his lips. With
the faded blossoms of springtime and
withered leaves of autumn, Thou hast
called him to eternal peace; to the

land of Thy silent mystery.

"We know only that Thou art life

and light and love. Thou dost smileJ

in the shaft of gleaming sunlight and

in the tender light of the stars. Thou
dost mourn with us in the drizzling
rain and settling dew. Thou dost
whisper in the soft cadences of
zephyrs and sing through the leafy
branches with the summer breeze.
From, that beginning 'which we can

not contemplate Thou dost summon
life and after its eclipse Thou dost
light the darkness with a star. So

much dost thou love us that Thou hast

lent us to earth for a season and so

much dost Thou love earth that Thou
has lent it immortality in the lives of
Thy children and Thy children's chil children,
dren, children, from generation unto genera generation,
tion, generation, world without end. Yet all Thy

mystery is light and life and love.

Hear now the sorrows of thos

who mourn. Touch their tired hearts
with feeling. Protect them with Thy

holy care. Keep clean and bright in
memory the splendid flame that now

has flickered out, and shelter us with

Thy compassion.

Accept the pledges of our hearts

and increase the purpose of our souls.

Draw for us from the departed in

creased devotion to the best and
noblest things of life. Join us with

him m communion with the goodly

fellowship of those who fell proclaim

ing the new birth of freedom; with

the martyrs of all ages who die to de defend
fend defend the rights of free peoples and
the good faith of nations; with those

who suffered and strove mightily that

righteousness might prevail and lib

erty endure; and finally with those

whose daily lives are an offering to

duty and their native land. Inspire

us by their example so to live that

we may die worthy of their sacrifice.
Amen."

Post Adjutant: "It is glorious to

d:e for one's country, for if the body

mingles with the clods and dust, the
soul goes marching on. The price of
liberty is the pain of sacrifice and the
reward of sacrifice is the happiness

of endless generations. Thrice blessed

is he who smiles at fear when the
destiny of free peoples hangs in the
balance. Out of heroes and service
comes the health of nations.

"Speech cannot utter the substances
of what was done by the departed. It
remains for us to take increased de devotion
votion devotion from that for which he died.
It remains for us to weave the count countless
less countless souls of the coming generation to
the valiant deeds of the honored dead
so that there may be guaranteed for forever
ever forever that lasting tenet of freedom's
faith, the fullest good for each in the
betterment of all."
Chaplain: "Man that is born of
woman is but of few days and full of
trouble. He cometh forth as a flower
and is cut down; he fleeth also as a
shadow and continueth not. In the
midst of life we are in death. Sorrow
kr.ows no comfort but eternal love.

Life, at most, is a burning candle that
some times comes to end. It beams,
it glows, it flickers out. The rest is
wonder and majestic silence. But if
the straws of life tell aught, there is
a land beyond the evening shadows
where the light of ages burns un un-dimmed,
dimmed, un-dimmed, where the glistening tear tear-d'op
d'op tear-d'op is a jewel and the moistened eye
a smile, and where the brave and true
bask in the sunshine of everlasting
peace close to the river of eternal

life.

"Inasmuch as God so loves human humanity
ity humanity that .he hast taken from this
world the dead, with the bloom of
yesterday and the withered leaves we
commit his body to the ground to
sleep, and his soul to endless peace to
rest. k May the dust return unto earth

as it was, and the spirit Unto God who
gave it.
"And now may the spirit of love,.

CITP

the spirit of truth and spirit of peace ,. .
. C 4 !has been spending the winter m Citra,

- avrw. uiv uiui j aim Ulc llgllb I

that warms eternity abide with him
fcrever. God rest the dead. Amen.'
The services over, the casket was
lowered into the grave and pallbear pallbearers
ers pallbearers and other friends, first laying a
deep cushion of moss upon it, shoveled
in the sand until it rose into a mound.
On this was laid more moss and on

was called to Harriiburg, Pa., la it
Szturday on account of the illness of
her daughter.
M rs. W. L. v)uPree entertained a
number of her friends last Thursday
evening. The spacious porch was
cieared for those who danced and
games were played in the parlor and

a a

that the flowers brought by friends, -B Al weive oclocK a

almost covering the earth from sight. I" 1rea

Tne chaplain read the final words of ws ,n
thp f,pral sprv! nd lifted hi J,nmg her ests by her mother,

ijrs. J. B. Borland.
Rev. W. F. Creson, the Presbyterian
minister from Ocala, preached at the
Methodist church last Sunday after-
nnn Wo Inn . u V i

?nd then all came away and left thei"" "f "lutu
soldier to sleep until the archangel's j f Mr C'eson intnds Poaching in

I win a. wjit ouuuay anernoon in eacQ

the funeral service and lifted his

voice in a brief prayer, to which all i

listened with bowed heads. Then the
escort stood to attention and loaded
tl.eir rifles. Three volleys rang out,

bjgle sounds reveille for all human humanity.
ity. humanity. The pall bearers were T. M. Kil Kil-gore,
gore, Kil-gore, Frank Harris Jr., Lee Sharpe,
T. D. Lancaster Jr., Gyde Richey and
Mr. Chapman.

The following ex-service men made;

up the firing squad: E. A. Mobley, E. ,f t
T n Z tit i t t. Mr- and Mrs. Harmon Clemmons

D. A. Oney, W. A. Altman, James L. j 1Cated m Mr" CrS
de Yampert. Sergeant Mobley was in, g

month,

Messrs. D. W. Davis and Norton
Davis of Ocala were business visitors
here Wednesday.
Mr. and Mrs. William Christian of

Mcintosh were visitors here Sunday

WOODMEN OF THE WORLD

Fort King Camp No. 14 meets at

K. of P. hall at 7:30 p. m. every sec

ond and fourth Friday. Visiting sov-

reigns are always welcome.
J. C Bray, C. C.
Chas. K. Sage, Clerk.
ORDER OF EASTERN STAR

Ocala Chapter No. 29. O. E. S

meets at the Masonic hall the second

and fourth Thursday evenings of each
month at 8 o'clock.

Mrs. Lillian Simmons, W. M.
Mrs. Susan Cook. Secretary.
FARM FOR SALE

Farm of 160 acres of good new

ground containing the rich Scott

spring hammock, situated two miles
from Ocala on hard road, improved
with dwelling and all out buildings.
Will sell at a bargain. Address, C.
P. Howell. Box 188. Ocala. Fla. 31-30t

ROYAL ARCH MASONS

Regular conventions of the Ocala

Chapter No. 13. R. A. M., on the fourth

Friday in every month at 8 p. m.
H. S. Wesson. H. P.
Jake Brown. Secretary.

visiting her mother, Mrs. Getsee, left

Saturday for Tampa.
Miss Alva Weeks of Sarasota ar arrived
rived arrived today to be the guest of Miss
Dorothy Driver.
Miss Meadows of Anthony visited
Miss Parrish last week.
Mrs. Rogers, of Demorest, Ga., Js
the guest of her sister, Miss Valentine.

Mr. C. W. Driver and son, William
are spending this week on the east
coast.

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ODD FELLOWS

Tulula Lodge No. 22. I. O. O. F.,

meets every Tuesday evening at the
Odd Fellows hall at the corner of

Fort King Ave. and Osceola street. A

warm welcome always extended to

tsiting brothers.
T. C. Carter, N. G.
H. R. Luff man. Secretary.

NOTICE

Mr. G. B. Overton is now our

funeral director and embalmer. Night

:hone 515, day phone 47.
25-tf George MacKay & Company.

FARM FOR SALE

Farm of 160 acres of good new
ground containing the rich Scott
s ring hammock, situated two miles
from Ocaal on hard road, improved
with dwelling and all out buildings.
Will sell at a bargain. Address, C
P. Howell, Box 188, Ocala, Fla. 31-30t

ANNOUNCEMENT TQ
COLORED PEOPLE

I have opened a first class under undertaking
taking undertaking establishment in Ocala and
carry a full line of coffins, caskets and
robes. Auto hearse and truck service

to all parts of the county. Your pat

ronage solicited. W. E, HUGHES,

Licensed Embarmer.

Next door to Metropolitan Bank.
Phone 591, night St. George hotel.

17-4t-mon

:C. Cecil Bryant:

Accounting and Auditing
PHONE 332

LIFE

FIRE.

A. E. GERIG
INSURANCE
Ocala, Florida
ACCIDENT AUTOMOBILE

The Battery
Minus Half
the
Wearing Parts
Plates and insulation in the
Willard Threaded Rubber Bat Battery
tery Battery serve as in any battery
but there's one difference. Wood
separators wear out; Threaded
Rubber Insulation outlasts the
battery every time.
Threaded Rubber Insulation
is acid proof won't puncture
or carbonize. It is one of the
things that make this good
battery still better. You'll find
it only in the Willard Threaded
Rubber Battery.
Auto Sales Co.
MACK TAYLOR
Phone 348 OCALA, FLA.

Batteries
LWaiardJ

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Ocala Auto and parage Company
Successors lb Gates Garage )
'
g We sell Philadelphia Diamond Grid Batteries

Chandler and Cleveland Automobiles
Look at our Used Cars. All are Enigj-ui 1 1 tl Gi sirntccri as represented

Tires, Tubes, Accessories and Storage. 1
Cars Washed S1.00 Cars Polished $1.00 W
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day aid may not be as cheap again in a long
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NOTICE

We repair all makes of can and
iecialize on Maxwell, Chalmers and
iakland auto.
GEO. J.WILLIAMS
Formerly Carroll Motor Company
Garasre, Osceola St.

The annual meeting of the stock stockholders
holders stockholders of the Carroll Motors Com Company
pany Company will be held at the offices of the

company, in Ocala, r la., on Wednes Wednesday,
day, Wednesday, January 19th, 1921, at 10 o'clock

m. K. K. Carroll, President.
Attest: A. A. Griffin,
Vice President and Acting Sec'y
Ocala, Fhu, December 5, 1921. tf

Dr.

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NOTICE

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

Charles Watson Moremen,

Dental Surgeon
Commercial Bank Building, Ocala,
Fia- Office phone 211; residence
phone 298. 7-tf

The laws of Florida require all au automobiles
tomobiles automobiles 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,
Sheriff, Marion Coutny, Fla.
191G seven-passenger Buick. Good
faint. Good tires. Very reasonable.
Terms if desired. S pence r-Ped rick
Motor Co. 10-tfQ

Get the habit of reading the ads.

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OCA LA EVENING STAR, MONDAY, JANUARY 17, 1921

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'BEAUTIFUL PARTY FOR 'TEN COMMAMJMtMs
I AN ATTRACTIVE VISITOR) FOR THE AUTOMOBILIST

(Kissimmee Valley Gazette)
1. Give the other fellow plenty of
room. It's better to keep company

:

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HAWAIIAN SINGERS, TEMPLE THEATER, JANUARY 17

I ANNOUNCEMENT!

Saturday afternoon from three to
six the Woman's Club building pre presented
sented presented auite a eav and festive scene,

W Hnrinr these hours Mrs. E. G.with the gutter than with his front J.

P.k PntPrtained there, "giving a; wheel.

beautiful and enjoyable party in honor 2. Take your time at crossroads
of her sister, Mrs. M. C. Barker, of 'and 'round corners. There may be a

Moundsville, WT. Va., who with her 'bevy or kids or a nve-ton truck ju-x
little daughter, Helen is now the at-jout of sight.
ti active guest of the gracious hostess! 3. Warning signs are never wast wast-of
of wast-of this delightful occasion. ed on safe places. Follow the sign and
The club rooms were decorated withjyou are safe,
excellent taste, the color motif being! 4. Be sure your "dimmers" dim.
i T- i i -.V.

vellow and green. Over the windows vneiner you mi icuu.

and along the picture molding there ine mis ou me .un w
was a graceful festooning of bignonia 5. Help the traffic cop. He helps

in full blossom of golden yenow wnn

a tinge of crimson. There were, also,! o- tuun wi u!ici
jardinieres holding large growing wrong. Right of way doesn't seem to

plants and cut glass vases filled withieireci june.
beautiful yellow roses and plumosaj All children are equipped with

isoil-staners. iney can x gauge speed
4lnor distance. It's up to you.

BIG CLOSING

OUT SALE I

We are closing out our
stock of HARNESS

At COST

fern.

As the guests arrived they

were

8. When in doubt, stop! You can't
kill anybody when you are standing

Mr. H. W. Camp, of Rome, Ga.,
has arrived in the city and will
haye charge of our meat de
partment, as well as assist in
the grocery department..
Cooks Market and Grocery

? Phone 243

Everything to Please. Nothing to Offend

OTIS L. SMITH'S UNITED SHOWS
A combination of Shows and Rides, combined Jo meet the
requirements of an amusement loving people
ONE SOLID WEEK, 6 DAYS AND NIGHTS 6

Commencing Monday JANUARY 17
Band concert every evening
2 Bands 2 2 Rides 2 7 Shows 7
Show Lot Magnolia St. North, Near Union Depot

cordially greeted by Mrs. E. L. Car Car-nev.
nev. Car-nev. who Dresented them to the hos

tess, the honoree and to those who! still.
assisted in receiving, among whom. 9. Most fires could be avoided,
were Mrs. Granville Wratkins and Mrs.; Keep the car clean inside as well a
J. C Montgomery of Kentucky, Mrs. j out, the carburetor properly adjusted
Guaintance of Washington. D. C. also i and the gas tank away from lighted
Mrs. Fred Hocker and Mrs. W. T. cigarettes.

10. ror your own protection keep

The line consists of
COLLARS, BRIDLES, HAMES,
TRACES, Etc.

& 301 West Broadway OCALA, FLORIDA &

Read 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
T. & G. and Octagon Soap, three
cakes for 25c
Rumford Baking Powder,
one-lb. cans 30c.
Cleaneasy Soap 4 cakes for. 25c
Pearline, Grandma, Lighthouse
and Octagon Wash Pwdr..5c
Seafoam Wash Powder 4 for. 25c
Jello per package 15c
Jello Ice
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. 6V8 lbs 25c
Sausage casings.
Fresli eggs always on hand.
Our eggs are guarantted.
Liquid Smoke.
Henry Clay Flour.
Pillsbury and Gold Medal
Flour.
New Syrup in pints, quarts,
two quarts and in bulk.

All ether Groceries as Lew as Gccd Quality
and Full Weight will allow.
FARMERS' EXCHANGE STORE
Merchants Block

Gary. These ladies gave to each caller ;
a welcome so warm and hearty as
caused her to feel that it was good to :
be theer.
After enjoying a social chat with ;

ithose in the receiving line, the ladies'

were invited by Mrs. C. R. Tydings to ;
the punch bowl, over which Mrs. Anna
Holder presided, dispensing fruit nec nectar
tar nectar of a yellow hue. The punch table j
was beautifully adorned with trailing!

ferns and yellow nasturtiums.

Miss Annie Davis saw that all the
strangers were introduced to every
one and a spirit of friendly informal

ity characterized this delightful func function.
tion. function. Many of the ladies brought their
sewing, knitting, etc., and these ladies
gathered in congenial groups, enjoy enjoying
ing enjoying social converse, while fingers were

busy making dainty stitches in their

respective work. Others found tables
and indulged in the ever fascinating
game of auction bridge.

Other pleasure giving features of

this party were the instrumental

piano numbers of Mrs. S. B. Ware and

the vocal selections of Mrs. Harrison

B'ack, the latter a former Ocala girl,
Miss Gladys Martin, whom all Ocala

loves.
Then Helen, the bright little daugh daughter
ter daughter of Mrs. Barker, sang "My Alice
Blue Gown," dressed in the daintiest
gown of this color. She gave a comic

recitation as an encore. The next one
was little Miss Virginia, daughter of

thfc hostess, who recited a cute little

piece and as she was heartily encored,

she rendered a piano solo. These little

girls are only eight years old. They
acquitted themselves most creditably.

After this enjoyable program, the

hostess, assisted by Mrs. Grider Per Perkins,
kins, Perkins, Miss Annie Davis, Miss Mildred

Crosby, Miss Helen Barker and Miss
Virginia Peek, served a tempting and
delicious supper, consisting of chicken

salad, pickles, olives, wafers, ice
cream and cake and punch.
Mrs. Barker possesses unusual pei

sonal charms and has won the admira admiration
tion admiration of all who have had the good for-

une to meet her during her stay in

Ocala, and the one hundred guests
present on Saturday afternoon were
delighted to have the opportunity of

being with her and Mrs. Peek on this

ong to be pleasantly remembered oc

casion.

Mrs. Peek presented three exquisite

souvenirs of this beautiful party, one

you car fully insured.

FOR SALE

LOSS OF WEIGHT
Mineral Wells. W. Va. '"I am glad
to have the privilege of recommend recommending
ing recommending Or. Pierrc'3

moclif ine. I w as
all rundown and
in a very bad r ren rendition.
dition. rendition. Had doc doctored
tored doctored hundreds of
dollars art ay and
revr reoeivrd any
benefit frori the
doctors" medicine.
I alto was oper operated
ated operated upon for fem feminine
inine feminine trouM4. but

was only able to drag around, aud
kept getting vvors-3 all the time. I
only weighed 115 pounds. A friend
recommended Dr. Pieice's medicine
to me so I took fiiir bottles of the
'Favorite Prescription' nd now I do
all my work and ta'.ce care c: four
('ildren, and I vi?!i 173." MRS.
in ilLIL RICHARD-. 11. t.D. 1.

OUR CHIEF AIM

Has always been to do the very best j
repair work possible. If you're in j

prl of exnert S

VULCANIZING

Make it your chief aim to come to see i

Our work is guaranteed.
BLALOCK BROS.

COW, Three gallons, Jersey, U
j Hoi stein, Just fresh with heifer calf,
i A jewel. Guaranteed as represented,
UllO.

HORSE. A black beauty. No better
farm and family horse. Excellent con

dition. Will work anywhere. Weight
UlKiut 1200 pounds.. $150.
HENS. .25 young laying hens. .Last
; spring hatch. Crossed with Brown
l.cxhorn. Your choice $1.20 each.
; Farm Implements, Plows. Harrows,
j'iools, etc., Wagon and Buggy.
lf ABNER POOSER,
! Pbone 57. 515 S. 9th Stl E.

tiMiuiiiiMiiimiiiiimmiiiiimiiigL

Ecuador.

It was one hundred years ago thai
Ecuador liberated Itself from Spanish

rule. To commemorate the anniver

sary, Ecuador h'as Issued a series wltr
nineteen denominations one centavc

to one sucre each bearing a portrait
of some man who won renown Ik

Ecuador's history. The dates 1820 anc"

1920 are a part of the design. Oreatlj

to the surprise of collectors, no 20 20-centavo
centavo 20-centavo denomination appeared a(

part of the set. for Ecuador's sets foi

forty years have Included one of thai
value. Inquiry brought the disclosure
that 62.000 copies of a 20-centavo were

printed, but the value description,

veinte, meaning "twenty," was through

an error spelled vlente Instead. Th
postal authorities destroyed the entire

lot, and a 20-centavo will appear at
soon as a new plate has been made.

Youth's Companion.-

aUUTCIllia vx lino ilt. J : g
to Mrs. Barker, honor guest, another

tc Mrs. Li. W. uuvai ana me inira io

Mrs. L. N. Green.

4

Tire Prices Reduced
DIAMOND Non-Skid, 30x3. $17 Aft
old price $20 00, now $ll vV
DIAMOND Plain, 30x3, 04 r Aft
old price $17,60, now $JLtMlU
6,000 Mile Guarantee
FEDERAL, FISh AND DIAMOND TUBES
NEW PRICES Overhauling Ford motor $16.
Overhauling Ford rear end, $5 for time.
Grinding Ford valves, $3.
DIXIE GARAGE
JAS. ENGESSER, Proprietor
Phone 258 West Broadway

Comment "Sarkastlc

Now the vacuum subway express
haa been invented. Working some

what after the fashion of the pneu

matic cash carriers that have long

been In use in department stores', thf
trains proceed from one tunnel station
to another, according to prospectus, at
th rat of 150 miles an hour. Thll

speed Is attained with slight erpendl

tnrf of Dower, because the vacuum

system removes all air resistance from

the front of the train and applies ex

nandlne air to the rear. The 1nven

tor presumably got his Idea for the
vacuum subway while traveling bj

and noting what a small. quan

air the cars could get along

with. Christian Science Monitor.

PHONE 78
Corner .Main and, Oklawaha

L. ALEXANDER
IRCTICAL CARPENTER ANt
BUILDER
Careful estimates made en all co..

tret work. Gives more and better
v.oi!; fir the money thn any other

contractor in the city.

Ceo. MacKay 8 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
mrrmtr?nni!;!:;n;i;i5;m;mttt::r

l 19 Maxwell truck, Al shape; reas

onable -and terms if desired. Spencer-

Pedrk-l- Motor Co. 29-tf

Start the New Year

right. If your eyes trou
ble you, have them ex

n tn i n oft XfaV thi vnnr

resolution for 1921.

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

k!

'"Prompt service and fair prices'

cur motto. Cook's Market and Groc Groc-eiy.
eiy. Groc-eiy. Phone 243. 7-tf

J. D..DAWKINS,
ALL KINDS OF
FRESH MEATS, FISH
and OYSTERS
EVERY
TUESDAY and FRIDAY
Phone 511
Ill W. Broadway

RAILROAD SCHEDULES

Arrival and denarturs of passes srer.

trains at OCALA UNION STATION.
The foHowinr schedule figures pub published
lished published as information and not guar guaranteed.

(Eastern Standard Time)

SEABOARD Am LINE RAILROAD

Leave Arrive

:15 am Jacksonville-N'York 2:10 am
:55 pm Jacksonville 1:34 am
:17 pm Jacksonville 4:15 pm
Tamna-

2:15 am Manatee- 4:05 pm

St. Petersburg:
15 am Tampa 2:10 am

2:15 am Manatee- 4:17 pm

:05 pm Tampa-St. Petrsbrg 4:17 pm
ATLANTIC COAST LINE R. B.
Leave Arrive
2:12 pm Jacksonville-NTork 2:48 am
1:45 pm Jksonville-Gainsville 3:35f3m
6:42 am Jksonville-G nesville 10:13 pm
2:49 am StPetabrg-Lakeland 2:12 ara
3:35 pm St.Petsbrg-Lakeland 1:25 pm
7:10 am Dunnellon-Wilcox
7:25 am Dunellon-Lkeland 11:03 dm
3:25 pm Homosassa 1:30 pm
10:13pm Leesbure 6:42 am
4:45 pm Gainesville u. 11:50 am
Monday, Wednesday, Friday.
"Tuesday. Thursdsjr. Saturday.

I To the Housewife who ''wauls to

CNMIMIE

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

three times a day.

Czechoslovak Forests.
A novel feature of Czechoslovak for
est development Is the principle thai
the annual growth must equal or ex
th nnnnl rut. This Is a wise and

Tuesday is hospitality day at the j far8!jrhted policy. It Is estimated tha

Tv4

HOSPITALITY DAY AT

THE WOMAN'S CLUB

Woman's Club and all visitors to the

city are extended a cordial invitation

to come to the club house, corner Tus Tus-cawilla
cawilla Tus-cawilla and Adams streets, and spend ;

a pleasant social afternoon.

All who wish to play games will

come promptly at 3 o'clock and from

4 to 5 o'clock there will be an in- ;

formal musical program. Miss Lata- j
ei ine Pyles and her sister, Mrs. How

ard Hitchings will be present with ;
their ukeleles and Mrs. Black, Mrs. ;
Ware and others will sing and play,
r'amiliar songs in which every one can
join will also be a feature of the afternoon.

6,600.000 cubic meters of fire woo4
and 9,400,000 cubic meters of commer
ctal timber are cut yearly. The quan quantity
tity quantity used for fuel during and since th
war will be greatly reduced. In th
very near future, through stimulated
production of bituminous coal, llgnlt
and oil. At the prevailing prices foi
lumber competent authorities estlmat

the value of the annual timber cut it

be about $120,000,000,

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 opportunity
tunity opportunity that we know of to SAVE MONEY.
1 dav here. However we have listed in this ad !a few

extra sDecials. The prices on extra specials will be cood only Saturday attcrnoon and
III .. .. a. II J t t

during this week, irom tnc uin, 10 mc wbh, inclusive.

J: EXTRA SPECIAL
15c. package Roxane Self Rising Pancake
Flour, per package

W 15c. package Roxane Self Rising Buckwheat 1 Qc
JI Flour, per package A
2f REGULAR PRICE

25 c
25c

10c

20c
40c

A WELCOME CHRISTMAS GIFT

Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Price are receiv- j
ing congratulations over the arrival of
an eight-pound baby boy, which was,;
born on Christmas night at the Pres-
bvterian hospital. Mother and child

Blind Piano Fixer.
The pianos of the schools of Phila Philadelphia
delphia Philadelphia are tuned and cared for by t
blind man who time Is entlrelj
taken up by his visits to one school
building after another. He not onlj
tunes the Instruments, but he goes
over the exterior and polishes the casef
and keeps them looking like new.

. laro doing nicely. San Juan, Port

R:co, Times.
S Mrs. Rice will be most

w i

remembered here as Miss

Stearns, the bright young lady who
for over two years was assistant to
the matron at the industrial school.;
The Star wishes the 'best of good for fortune
tune fortune to this fine little family.

WHITE

TRANSFER
AND

TORAGE

STAR LINE

FIRE
PROOF

GOOD TOURIST BUSINESS

Negotiable Storage Receipts Issued

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

on Cotton, Automobiles, Etc
LONG DISTANCE MOVING
Phone 296

Sunday was quite a lively day at J

the Ocala hotels and as usual a num number
ber number of tourist were registered there.

Try Smiling.
Two women were talking; one
smiled as she spoke, and the other
frowned. One looked out on the

world with friendly eyes and the

ntYimr tuvrorled into the faces of

pleasantly passers-by.

Pauline! -Well, you see, I learned long ago

how to smile," sald the smiling one.
"At first it as not so easy; then by

degrees I learned to smile even though
I did feel like crying.
I think that irs'tially I made a
hard study of the psychology of a
smile. When I went Into a store, and
faced a clerk who was Inattentive or
insolent I smile.! at her, and then
made known my wants. In most cases
I got back a smile for every one I
gave. Not always, of course, but often
enough to learn that a smile would go
farther than a frown any day. So

T Seven pounds of Hudnut's Fine or Coarse
Grits for
Seven pounds of Cream or Water Ground
a Meal for r
1 Lice, best Blue Rose
VZ per pound
$ EXTRA SPECIAL
ij c?c. Jars Royal Scarlet
Ja Pure Fruit Jams
25 48c. Jars Robin Hood
It. Pure Fruit Jams ;
!t 55c. Jars Gordon fc Dilworth
Orange Marmalade
37c. Skookum Apple Butter,
iTt per jar
Sj: EXTRA SPECIAL
fj; Santa Claus Soap,
two cakes for
Fairbank's Clarette Soap,
A two cakes for
!j 10c. package Soapade, softens hard water,
2?: for
& REGULAR PRICE
Tetley's Yellow Label Tea,
A; quarter-pound package..
?fl t,.i'. VollnHT TjK1 Tea-

half-pound package
jT Tetley's Orange Peko tea,
jyi quarter-pound package

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

Tetley's Green Label Tea,
quarter-pound package
Tetley's Green Label Tea,
half-pound package
EXTRA SPECIAL
15c. tins Kingan's Pork and Beans,
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. 2Ttins :

25c. value St. Lawrence Brand Sweet OA OA-Mellow
Mellow OA-Mellow Peas, per can J

1
-
f

10c

12c i
19c &
20 c YA

SHINE 'E3I UP EXTRA SPECIAL
SHINOLA Shoe Polish, Black, Brown, Ox 1 Cr
Blood and White, two 10c tins for
EXTRA SPECIAL

To introduce Kingan's Not Oleomargarine, Ofn
-- mt. fuinnl MWW

If

There were sixty-one arriavls for the

dsLX at the Harrington and sixty-three that even though I may feel like pull-

..f ).. nala TTnns. ayii all of the I Ing somebody-s hair. I smile. It is

i...!. j u-j: nf contatrlous. but the health board will

the city were filled to capacity. With

just a little effort and preparation to
take care of them and supply enter-

i?Z v., moVa nn mictaVp in Hpalin with US

i v.o len'f nftori fniinrl in Cltv Stores,

win una an assortment ucic mai. wu

EXTRA SPECIAL

Pompeian Brand Pure Olive Oil, half pints, OQ. 'Z
50c value, for JJ
Fcmpeian Brand Pure OliYe Oil, pints, 73 C Yl

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

We handle high grade goods, and

70 c

. 16c
:l

13c

you

U-SEKVE STOKES

V

11
f
A

Telegram.

ttinment, Ocala could be a real tour-

list city. As it is we are getting al-
jmost as many as we can take care of.

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

ill CASH AND CARRY :

I One East and One West City Square Shop at the one nearest yon j



OCALA EVENING STAR, MONDAY, JANUARY 17. 1921

STUTZ AUTOMOBILES
We offer Stutz Automobiles, privilege of
four or seven passenger bodies.
Can take in on trade, a good -car of other
make.
Terms can be arranged for part of purchase
price if desired. Price with every equipment,
cord tires and five wire wheels $4250 delivered.

srro

OCALA,

ors Co.
FLORIDA

E

s

If yoa have any

phone to five-one.

society items,

United States court is in session.

Mr. H."G .Bowman of Crystal River

was in the city for the day.

BIG HAIR sale Monday and Tues Tuesday.
day. Tuesday. Affleck Millinery Parlors. 14-3t

Mr. Max Fishel left Sunday on a

business triD to South Florida.

Mr. W. D. Parker of York was a
well known business visitor in town
Saturday.

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

: $

EWLE THEATRE

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

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

Mr. J. II. Cramer of Piedmont, W.
Va., is the guest of his daughter, Mrs.
H. S. Minshall.

Mr. and Mrs. Frank Haviland and
Mrs. L. L. Hopkins represented Belle Belle-view
view Belle-view in the city today.

Are You In a Rundown Cci- '.ca?
Does Your Headache 1
Elgin, Tenn. "I can say that Dr.
Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery

and hi3 'Pleas 'Pleasant
ant 'Pleasant Pellets' have
been the means
of restoring my
health. I was
weak and run rundown,
down, rundown, had sick
headaches, and
my kidneys were
all out of order.
It was a misery
for me to walk
around. I began
taking Dr.

Pierce's medicine and they put me
on the road to good health tight
away. I want to speak a good word
for Dr. Pierce's remedies to all suf sufferers."
ferers." sufferers." HARRISON SHEPARD,
R. F. D. 1, Box 18.
Sold by druggists for fifty year.

95

Judge Call, Marshal Boswell, Depu

ty Marshal Cleveland and the other
officers of the United States court are

here transacting business. We under

stand that Judge Call and Marshal

Boswell expect to take a hunt in Gulf
Hammock when the business of the

court is over.

They are "light as a feather," says
cr.e of our customers in speaking of
cur rolls. Insist upon having Federal

bread and rolls. 5-6t

Mr. Wilson, chief clerk at the Har Har-tngton
tngton Har-tngton Hall, has returned from a

business trip to Tampa.

Petitions to the council, that it elect

Mr. John Martin manager, are out and
being numerously signed.

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
Mrs. G. S. Scott returned Saturday

afternoon from a month's visit at the

home of her son, Dr. E. L. Scott, and

family, in Birmingham.

in

99

"SOMEONE IN THE HOUSE

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

tram

I C. V. ROBERTS, Phone 305 BARNEY SPENCER, Phone 431

ROBERTS & SPENCER
Funeral Directors and Embalmers
Private Morgue and Chapel. Personal Service to all.
Motor Equipment. Coffins and Caskets Delivered.

if Office Phone 350

" Ocala, Florida

217 West Broadway

nam

" J'
" Um- "" -"

1 YOUNG-MERRIN CO.

CIVIL E1VGINEERS AND SURViVORS
Licensed under the laws of the State of Florida

Salt and fresh water fish, oysters,

shrimp, etc., at CITY FISH MARKET,
Ft. King Ave., phone 158. 27-tf

Friends of Mrs. G. A. Nash will be

glad to know that she has sufficiently
recovered Trom her recent illness in
Poyside hospital, Tampa, to return to

her home, 711 Laura street, Jackson
ville. Times-Union.

Mrs. Nash's Ocala friends will "also

be pleased to read this item.

Just received sea bass weighing

from three to twelve pounds, for bak

ing purposes. City Fish Market

Phone 158. t

The many friends of Mrs. R. C.

Loveridge will be pleased to learn

that she is rapidly recovering from a
two weeks severe illness.

C. V. Roberts is framing pictures

and hasn't left Ocala. Phone 350. 6t

Mrs. James Hicks Hill will leave

Wednesday for Leesburg, where she

v.ill be the guest of her sister, Mrs.

Turnlev and family for an indefinite

period.

The members of the Business Worn

an's Club are urged to oe present at

the club room tomorrow night at 8

o'clock, as there will be initiation of

new members.

Fresh oysters and full line of fresh

vegetables and fruits at all times.
Cook's Market and Grocery. Phone

243. 7-tf

Mrs. J. R. Dewey and daughter,

Miss Marian Dewey, returned yester
cay from a pleasant week-end visit ir

Tampa as a guest at the home of the

former's sister, Mrs. Robert Clark
rnd family.

Sterno "canned heat" and cooking

lensils at the Court Pharmacy. Phone

84. 7-6t

Surveys
Highways

Plats
Drainage

Reports
Phosphate

Capt. Edward Drake is

with us and in charge of

associated
our Phos

phate Mine and Plant, Department.
Ollices, 33-34 Holder BIdg. Phone No. 543
OCALA, FLORIDA

After a pleasant visit in the city as

the attractive guest of Misses Ethel
and Elizabeth Home, Miss Mildred

Davisson left this afternoon for Day

tona, where with her parents she is

spending the winter.

Miss Dorothy Bauman of Candlei

was in the city today, the guest of

Mrs. W. T. Gary. Her mother, Mrs

tmma Bauman expects to open an

art school here for the remainder of

the winter. Mrs. Bauman will eive

lessons all day every Wednesday at

the primary school.

Good wholesome body materials

vith just the right quantity of sugar

and cinnamon make our cinnamon

oils "delicious." Federal Bakery. 6t

The Daughters of the Confederacy

will give a silver tea Wednesday aft

einoon, January 19th, from 3:30 to

5:30 o'clock, at the residence of Mrs

S. R. Whaley, 309 Oklawaha avenue

There will be an interesting literary

and musical program rendered and

cordial invitation is extended to the

public to be present.

Have your old mirrors re-silvered.

Wt do it promptly and at reasonable
prices. All work guaranteed. Ocala

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

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

Rates: Six lines, maximum, one time,
25c; three times, 50c; six times, 75c;
one month, $3. Payable in advance.

OARD AND ROOMS In private
family. Hot and cold running water
in rooms. Call at No. 22 North San Sanchez
chez Sanchez St. Mrs. F. W. Broderick.
phone 306. 29-tf

Cabbage and lettuce plants for sale.
H. P. Bitting & Co. 14-8t

A favorite pastime with some folks
seems to be "lifting" overcoats from
automobiles. Dr. Harry J. Walters had
cne stolen Sunday, and Mr. W. A. Mc Mc-Guire
Guire Mc-Guire we understand also had one
taken from his car Saturday.

Send

, iJSU.

your pictures to us to be
Roberts & Spencer. Phone
10-6t

'liifPMdrtftei'rT,

Messrs. Winthrop Robbinson, Park
Anderson, Louis Wyman, O. T. Green
end Tom Wallis returned to their
studies at the University this morn morn-iior
iior morn-iior after a two" days visit in the city,
quests of friends and relatives.

FOR SALE One 1920 Buick touring
car in perfect condition, also one
1917 Dodge. Apply Box 640, Mic-

anopy, Fla.

17 -6t

FOR SALE-l-Seven room house, 711
South Third street, east, now. occu occupied
pied occupied by D. R. Connor. If interested
write J. S. Jewett, Lakeland Fla. 3t

IWANTED Experienced young lady

with best references in state wishes
position as stenographer or steno steno-bookkeeper
bookkeeper steno-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

Sonfond. always to be had fresh at
" ty FISH Market. 9 Ft. King Ave. tf
Miss Susannah Dodge,, manager of
the Duval basket ball team, and who
accompanied the team to Ocala, re-

Uarned home this afternoon after a
: pleasant week-end visit in the city,
j the guest of Misses Ethel and Eliza Eliza-iteth
iteth Eliza-iteth Horne.

WANTED To buy. a Singer sewing
machine. Must be in good condition
and cheap. Address Box 353, Ocala,
Fla. 6-9t

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I Fir.-t class stove wood only. Quick
id- lively. Send postal. L J. Dankwertz,

",Oi.ala. Fla., Route A.

15-6t

FREE Garden plot and pa'rt of house
to married couple with auto. Ref Reference.
erence. Reference. exchanged. For particulars

can at .nax-.ne, rsorin wain ai. ii-n

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TEMPLE THEATEPv MONDAY, JANUARY 1

I Send a Box oi Citrus Fruit Home

Mr. and Mrs. S. J. Frazier of Lake-

' land are receiving the congratulations
.of friends upon the arrival of a hand

some little son who was born in this
city January 7th. This is Mr. and
Mrs. Frazjer's second child and son.
He has been given the name Arnold.

:HERO-COLA WOODYARD We are
prepared to furnish oak or pine
wood for either stove or fireplace
on short notice. We deliver your
money's worth promptly. Give us a
trial "oidcr. Chero-Col3 Woodyard.
phone 167. 26-lm
WOOD Oak and pine, cut to any
length; delivered on short notice.
Phone Mrs. E. L Howell. Oak,
Fla. 20-tf

WOOD Giies Wood Yard. Season

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E HAVE secured the services of Bertram

Ibbetson Company. Chartered. Accountants of
Atlanta, Georgia, who will have a reoresnet-

ative in our Bank, during banking hours, from Feb February
ruary February 9th to the 19tb inclusive, to assist our custom customers
ers customers and friends in the preparation of their tax
returns for the year of 1920.
The following is some of the information he will
have to have in the preparation of your tax returns.
-"
What is your income from the sale of land for
the past year?
What is your income from the sale of hogs, cat cattle
tle cattle or other live stock?

What is your income from wages, if any?
What is your total income from any and
sources?

all

The total gross income from any source is what
you have to furnish information about From this
total there are certain exemptions and deductions.
Here are some of the things that you can get credit
for and you should go through your chock book care carefully
fully carefully and see how much you paid on account of the
following things:
1st. The cost ot anything above meutioned that
you sold. The difference is net income on which
you pay lax.
2nd. Any interest that you may have paid on
notes or mortgages or other debts that you 'owed
during the year.
- 3rd. All City, County and State taxes paid by
you during the year. These are credits, on your
total income
4th. ..Interest" received byyou on Liberty Bonds
owned by you.
5th. Actual losses sustained during the year.
The above are the principal items of income and
deductions and the gathering up by you of the
figurers on these different things will greatly facilitate
the work on the income tax man.
The period you have to figure the above things
in is between the first day of January 1920, and
December 31st of that vear.
You must make your income tax returns to the
government before tne 1st day of March. You have
to pay the tax, if any, according to the terms shown
on the income tax form, but you must make a" report
inany event, whether you pay any tax or not. under
penalty of fine and imprisonment.
We suggest that you call on us and arrange the
date and hour it will be convenient for him to assist
you in making out. your returns.
You are requested to bring blanks on which to
prepare your returns, as we may not have enough
to go around.
Do not hesitate to make use of our tax expert.
Come in and let him fix up your returns. It is AB ABSOLUTELY
SOLUTELY ABSOLUTELY FREE!

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'LEAVE ORDER WITH
B. F. CONDON

BIG HAIR sale Monday and Tues Tuesday.
day. Tuesday. Affleck Millinery Parlors. 14-3t
Friends of Mrs. Leon Fishel will be
giad to know that after an absence of
about three years she and her two
daughters, Joanne and Elizabeth, are
expected in about two weeks from
their home in Baltimore for an indefi

nite stav with Mrs. F. Fishel and

family.

jr fireplace; $1 and $2 per load. Yard
orner South Main and Third street.
'hone 112. 15-lm FOr RENT Five furnished room. FOR SALE Ford touring car. Runs FARM WANTED Would lie to
Can after four o'clock. Mrs. H. S. like new and looks like new. Two hefcr from owner that has farm for
WANTED Young man 24 years old Wesson n.st extra tires- Price J250. Address sale in Marion county. GHe loca-
with four years experience as a BoX 93 Ocala, Fla. 13-6t tion, description and price in first
steno-bookkeeper desires a position WANTED Stenographic or book- letter. Address, "Farmer." care
in Ocala. Can furnish the best of k ing position. Experienced; good FOR' SALE OR 'EXCHANGE 2u- Ocala Evening Star. 3-18L
references. Address Box 323, Moul- references- Situation in Ocala pre- acres fine rolling land, 8 miles out ..
tne' Ga- 11-61 ferred. Address R. R. Ragsdale, 24 near Orange avenue. Excellent well, llffT 1 1 11 f Tlu'lAfJ
FOR RENT-Six room house with Ray street. 17-3t plenty of timber. Price right. Will lliLUrllil H. llitDulHll
large lot on South Orange street. consider 5-passenger auto or cut- CONTRACTOR
(The Gamble place). Apply to Jer- FOR RENT Comfortable and large down preferred. Must be in first- Estimates Given Free
ry Burnett's tailor shop or phone rooms nicely furnished. Apply 504 class condition. Address, Owner, .
31 13-6t Oklawaha avenue. l7-t Box 274, Dunnellon. 15-4t Phone L2C Ocala. Fl a.
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