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The Ocala evening star
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Ocala Evening Star
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Began in 1895; ceased in 1943.
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VOL 27
Hi PREFAB
TO LEAVE HOME
Furniture Being Removed, Not to be
Replaced Before Nineteen,
;'. Twenty-Five
(Associated Press!
Marion, Jan. 18. The press of per personal
sonal personal business before his departure
for the South is engaging Mr. Hard Harding
ing Harding and few visitors except personal
friends are expected here during the
remainder of his stay. There was evi evidence
dence evidence of early departure today when
a moving van began carrying away
furniture from the Harding residence.
BOLD RAID BY FIVE
YOUNG BANDITS
Captured Ten Sacks of Registered
Mail at the Union Station
in Chicago
(Associated Press)
Chicago, Jan. 18. Five youthful
bandits held up a mail truck at the
anion station here early today, escap escap-insr
insr escap-insr in an automobile with twelve
' sacks of mail, ten of which contained
registered mail. The police say the
best information available indicated
the pouches contained part of the Fed
eral Reserve Bank money- shipment
destined for a train leaving for St.
Paul at 2:30 o'clock.
POSTAL MEN SAY NOT MUCH
v MONEY
The postal authorities while unable
to estimate the amount stolen, said
that shipments to the northwest which
usually go out at 2:30 average about
$100.
8COTLAND HAS VOTED
DOWN PROHIBITION
Edinburgh, Jan. 1. (Correspon (Correspondence
dence (Correspondence of the Associated Press) --Scot
land has' definitely decided to remain
mainly wet. Voting ,on prohibition
under the Scottish temperance act has
been concluded with this result:
polls were taken in 572 areas, witn
the result that 496 voted for no
change in the present regulations 41
for abolition of saloons and 35 for
limitation of drink licenses.
As a consequence, out of a total in
Scotland of 9371 licenses, 447 will be
withdrawn.
.' Of 1,153,978 individual voters, 692,
222 were" for no change; 442,530 for
prohibition and 19,225 for limitation.
SPANISH CABINET HAS
REACHED A DECISION
(Aaaociated Press)
-Paris, Jan. 18. A decision to resign
has been reached by the Spanish cabi
net, according to a Madrid dispatch.
L & N. WILL TRANSACT
BUSINESS BY WIRELESS

(Associated Press)
Louisville. Jan. 18. Transaction of
railroad business by wireless soon will
v be a reality in the South, according to
-announcement here by Telegraph Su Superintendent
perintendent Superintendent R.R- Hobbs of the
Louisville & Nashville railroad. The
company has purchased wireless out out-fi.s
fi.s out-fi.s and will install them at Louis Louisville,
ville, Louisville, New Orleans, Pensacola and
Mobile for the geenral message serv service
ice service of the company. Train dispatching
by wireless, however, Mr. Hobbs said,
- is not practicable at this time. There
sometimes are as many as 25 trains
with the ;ame number running on the
lines of the company at the same time
and as wireless messages can be heard
all over the country confusion would
be created. The wireless will be mere

ly supplementary to the regular wires.
SPECIAL SESSION OF
THE MEXICAN CONGRESS
(Associated Press)
Mexico City, Jan. 18. A call for a
special session of the Mexican con congress
gress congress beginning February 7th, has
been issued by President Obregon.
Article 27 of the constitution, whicn
governs petroleum deposits and other
projects will be considered.
GAVE SNAPSHOT DEGREE
TO BISHOP GUERRY

. (Associated Press)
- -J0ae Columbia, Jan. 18. Bishop William
A. Guerry, of the Episcopal diosese of
. South Carolina, was made a Mason at
. tight here today at the occasional
lodge. This is the first time in the

history of the state, as far as is known
hers, that such a ceremony took
place.

OCALA

FREIICI TROOPS ADD
BUSSIAE1S FIGHT
Pitched 'Battle Near Constantinople
Between Senegalese and
Wrangel's Men
(Associated Press)
Constantinople, Jan. 18. French
black troops turned machine guns on
mutinous Cossacks of Wrangel's for former
mer former army encamped twenty-five miles
from here Saturday night after the
Cossacks had disarmed their officers.
The Russians, returned the fire, killing
ten Senegalese and wounding twenty
others and two French officers.
CHARLIE HUNTER'S TALENTS
ARE CONSTRUCTIVE
(Times-Union)
C W Hunter of Ocala, representa
tive to the Florida legislature from
Marion county, is a new members, but
he gives promise of being active, ef efficient
ficient efficient and constructive in his policies
Mr. Hunter is an enthusiast on the
subject of reforestation for Florida.
He is writing for the forestry laws
of other states and will draft a bill to
introduce in the, session providing for
a state system of reforestation. Mr.
Hunter has been favorably mentioned
as a possible candidate for speaker of
the house, but he is not yet an active
candidate for that important office.
His friends, however, think it prob probable
able probable that he may be brought in as a
compromise candidate.
INSTALLATION OF OFFICERS
There was a large attendance at the
meeting of the members of Fort King
Camp No. 14, W. O. W., last Friday
tight, to install officers, transact reg regular
ular regular business and close with a supper.
About fifty members were present,
nearly all from in town, as the bad
weather prevented those in the coun
try from attending. The supper, as all
Woodmen affairs are, was a great
success and greatly enjoyed by 'the
choppers. The officers installed weYe
as follows:
H. B. Baxter, consul commander.
W. W. Vaughn, adviser lieutenant.
W. H. McConn, banker.
C. K. Sage, clerk.
W. L. Colbert, escort.
W, S. Brayj. watchman.
A. L. Strickland, sentry.
COOPER BEGINS SECOND TERM
South Carolina's Governor Has Been
Eminently Satisfactory to
'' : His State
( Associated Press)
Columbia, Jan. 18. Governor Coop
er began the second term of his ad
ministration today. He was inau
gurated before a joint session of th
assembly. Lieutenant Governor Wil
son S. Harvey of Charleston, was
sworn in as president of the senate,
and Walter Duncan of Aiken, the only
new state officer-elect, was sworn in
as comptroller.. The governor's inau
gural address was largely devoted to
education and a review of schoo
work in the state.
BRAZIL WANTS BIGGER NAVY
Rio de Janeiro, Dec. 25. (Corres
pondence of the Associated Press.)
The committee on naval and military
affairs of the Brazilian chamber of
dt puties wants a bigger navy. It has
railed upon the president to present
to the next session of congress a pro program
gram program of naval construction drawn up
by the general: staff of the admiralty
and to be carried out for a term of
years. The reason given for this pro
pesed increase is that it is necessary
because of Brazil's new position in the
world as a signatory of the Versailles
treaty and as an effective member of
the league of nations. Another reason
ascribed is the necessity of defending
a long coast line.
GIANT FERRIS WHEEL
MADE INTO BUNGALOWS
Paris, Dec. 31. (Correspondence of
the Associated Press) The carriages
for passengers are being taken from
the big Ferris wheel here and sent to
the devastated regions of France
where they will be used as bungalows
to provide homes for homeless. They
are just big enough to make a diminu
tive home containing one living room
and a kitchen. The Ferris wheel is
being dismantled after having been
one of the sights of Paris for many

years.
- Get ths habit of rea&Ag ths ads.

EVE

OCALA, FLORIDA, TUESDAY, JANUARY 18. 192 1

STATE CAN COPE
ITU S ITU ATI 0 tl
Request of the Alabama. Miners for
Federal Troop has Been
, Refused
(Associated Press)
Washington, Jan. 18. A request
that federal troops be sent into the
mine strike district of Alabama to re
place the Alabama militia was receiv
ed at the White House from the Unit United
ed United Mine Workers of Alabama. The
request was referred to the war de department
partment department and it was said officials
there decided the request should come
from the governor if the situation
warrants the presence of federal
troops.
ALABAMA HAS TROOPS OF HER
OWN
Montgomery Jan. 18. Governor
Kilby today said that the state troops
vould be able to cope with the situa situation
tion situation and he had no disposition to en
tertain the request to ask for federal
troops.
SIX WITNESSES EXAMINED
Jasper, Ala., Jan. 18. Under heavy
military guard six witnesses were ex-
mined today by a special grand jury
irquiring into the lynching of Will-
am Baird, a miner. Eleven members
the Alabama national guard are
under arrest in connection with the
lynching. Baird was in jail charged
with killing a guardsman, when a
small mob took him out and lynched
him.
SHUTTING UP THE SHINERS
Within the past few days a number
of "moonshine" suspects have been
captured by the county officers.
William Heard and his wife, Annie
Heard, who were brought in from
Dunnellon, charged with having shine
in their possession, pied guilty in
udge Futch's court this morning and
were sentenced. William was sentenc
ed to serve three months on the coun
ty roads and pay a fine of $100, while
Annie was given the option of paying
a fine of $300 or serving six months in
the county jail.
Ike Gordon, who was rounded up
with a number of others in the Flem-
ington section, pled guilty to having
in his possession unlawfully a quan
tity of "shine." Sentence has not yet
been passed on Ike.
Peter Perry, Richard Evans and
Ezekiel Sherman, also charged with
too close affiliation with the "shine
industry were arrested at Flemington,
and their trial is set for tomorrow
morning in Judge Futch's court.
FLETCHER MADE A GOOD
FIGHT, BUT FAILED
Washington, Jan. 18. Senator D.
U. Fletcher of Florida made a futile
effort yesterday to break the Senate
blockade which is holding up confir confirmation
mation confirmation of thousands of nominations
made by President Wilson. The sen
ator sought to obtain immediate con
firmation of the nominations of wav
veterans and their widows to be post
masters, but Senator Townsend, re
publican, Michigan, objected, saying
that none of the nominations had been
referred to the postoffice committee.
BANKS WILL BE
CLOSED TOMORROW
Wednesday, January 19th, being
Lee's birthday and a legal holiday, the
undersigned banks will be closed.
The Commercial Bank.
The Ocala National Bank.
Munroe & Chambliss National Bank.
NOT ENOUGH
Washington, Jan. 18. Congress
voted yesterday to limit the size of
the regular army to 175,000 enlisted
men.
The Senate by a vote of 41 to 33 set
aside its decision of last week to re reduce
duce reduce the army to 150,000 men and
then without a record vote adopted
the original joint resolution of Sena
tor New, republican, Indiana, direct
ing the secretary of war to stop re
cruiting until the army is cut to
175,000 men.
Make your wants known by adver adver-iring
iring adver-iring them.
Meet me at the American Cafe,
Union Station. Ocala. for a regular
dinner family style. Best dinner in
the state for 75c Eat and drink all
you want. Time for dinner 11 a. m. to
2: SO p. m. Owned and operated by
Americana. tf

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THEIR PLACES
Under Proposed Kansas Law They
Will be No Longer Helpmeets
but Employes
(Associated Press)
Topeka, Jan. 18. Husbands will be
placed on the status of employers with
their wives as employes in their
homes and permitted to recover dam damages
ages damages for injuries received while per performing
forming performing their household duties under
the terms of a bill introduced in the
Kansas house of representatives by
one of the two women-'members of
the house.
USEFUL INFORMATION
Condition of the Live Stock Industry
in Florida at the Beginning
of Last Year
Washington, Jan. 18. The director
cf the census announces, subject to
correction, the following preliminary
figures from the census of agriculture
for Florida
Domestic animals on farms January
1, 1920, were as follows:
Horses 38,570
Colts under 1 year old 1,597
Colts 1 year old and under 2 1,473
Mares 2 years old and over. 15,383
Geldings 2 yrs. old and over 19,383
Stallions 2 yrs. old and over 834
Mules 42,046
Colts under one year old... 235
Colts 1 year old and under 2 764
Mules 2 yrs. old and over. . 40,997
Asses and burros 153
Cattle 638,981
Beef cattle 518,350
Calves under 1 year old.... 78,700
Heifers 1 yr. old and under 2 53,383
Cows 2 yrs. old and over. . .261,931
Steers 1 yr. old and under 2 41,180
Steers 2 yrs. old and over.. 35294
Bulls 1 year old and over... 8,362
Unclassified cattle 39,500
Dairy cattle 120,631
Calves under one year old.. 27,995
Heifers 1 yr. old and under 2 18,239
Cows 2 yrs. old and over... 71,641
Bulls 1 yr. old and over.... 2,756
Sheep 64,659
Goats .. 4590
Swine 755,481
Pigs under 6 months old. . .383,053
Sows and gilts for breeding. 166,164
Boars for breeding 12,615
Other hogs over six months. 189,228
Unclassified swine 4,421
Of the 54,005 farms in Florida, 47, 47,-4P0
4P0 47,-4P0 report live stock. Horses are re reported
ported reported by 23,380. mules by 23,800, cat cattle
tle cattle by 31,888, sheep by 483, goats by
2299 and hogs by 40,063.
The number of horses in Florida is
28,570, which includes 35,500 horses
two years old and over,- 1473 colts
from one year, to two years old,
and 1597 colts under .one year old.
The value reported for horses is $4, $4,-552,315,
552,315, $4,-552,315, an average of $110.02 per
head. The number of horses on Apnl
15. 1910, (excluding spring colts, m
order to make a fair comparison with
the figures for January 1, 1920) was
45,029.
The number of mules is 42,046, in including
cluding including 1049 colts under two years
old, and 40.997 mules two years old
and over. The total value is $7,773, $7,773,-851,
851, $7,773,-851, an average of $184,89. In 1910,
the number of mules (excluding spring
colts) was 23,305.
The total number of cattle is 638,-
981, including 518,350 beef cattle and
120,631 dairy cattle. Beef cows alone
number 261,931 and dairy cows 71,641.
The value reported for all cattle is
$14,755,935; for. beef cattle, $10,313, $10,313,-459;
459; $10,313,-459; and for dairy cattle, $4,442,476.
The number of cattle in 1910 (ex (ex-eluding
eluding (ex-eluding spring calves) was 750,935.
The number of sheep is 64,659, and
of goasts 45,890. The value reported
for sheep is $318,242, and for goats,
$146,331.
The 755,481 swine reported include
383,053 pigs under six months old,
166,164 sows for breeding, 12,615
boars for breeding, and 189,223 other
hogs six months old and over. The
swine are valued at $5,744,892.
The. total production of milk in 1919
was 12.155,533 gallons, as compared
with 12,532,428 gallons in 1909. The
production of wool in 1919 was 162, 162,-294
294 162,-294 pounds; of honey, 962,488 pounds;
of eggs, 6,530,563 dozen; and the
number of chickens raised, 2,145,756.
The value of. all dairy products, ex excluding
cluding excluding home use of milk and cream.
was $2,361,196; of eggs, $3,069,365;
and of chickens raised in 1919, $1, $1,-823,893.
823,893. $1,-823,893. They are all doing it. The cafeteria
idea will save you money and save
you time. Watch for the opening of
Hunter's Cafeteria. tf

STAR

COMPLETE LIST
OF THE HIES
Of Officers and Men Who Have Bought
and Not Received Liberty Bonds
Possession of Adjutant of
Marion County Post
The adjutant of Marion County
Fost No. 27 of the American Legion
has the complete list of names of of-
ficers and men who subscribed for lib-j
erty loan bonds that have never been

delivered because of insufficient ship-jtion. The forming of the association
ping instructions and addresses. Theresa proposed as the first step to be
are 4800 of these bonds. If there are f taken in an effort to provide summer
any ex-service men in Ocala and Mar- baseball in Ocala this year. Every

ion county, or lamilies ol ex-service ;
men, who have not received liberty
Donas suoscrioea ior tnrougn the
aimy. they can see the list at the Mar-
ion county Board of Trade hall.
HONOR RLL OCALA
JrKlMAKY SCHOOL

being talked of. beginning in June. A
The following pupils of the primary semi-professional team is most in fa fa-sehool
sehool fa-sehool have not been absent during vor. the players as far as is nossihi-

the past month and have been perfect
ia spelling: Jay Armour, H. M. Hamp-
ten, Allen Rodgers, Ethel Leavengood,
Evelyn Toffaletti, Helen Watt. Leo-
nora Taylor, Doris Ballard, Anis Hun-'the

ter, wise bheppard, Alary B. Shep
pard, Elizabeth Cannon.
The following pupils have not been;

absent more than two days during fhe'poULTRY snow AT TnE

n ana nave oeen periec spell-,
ing when present: Elsie Burnett, John
n ttt:ii:. j t..i: t: v
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A CARD OF THANKS
on. v t. v ii .t.
High School wishes to .than! : especially
e following for eir courtesies and
acts of kmdness: Mr. R. T. Adams for
VI m T -PaTl0ri UJ'
John Martin for work done at the
court; MacKay & Co. for roping the"
court off; the lad.es who entertained.
the members of the visitmg team and
to every one who in any way helped.
Because of all thes kindnesses we
our victory. Christine Close,
Manager Ocala Team.
A MEMORABLE OCCASION
Sunday, January 16th, being the
fortieth wedding anniversary of Mr.
and Mrs. L. O. Booher, also the thir
tieth birthday of Mr. Eugene Booher,
the occasion was fittingly celebrated.
The day was a lovely one it could
not have been more so if it had been
oraerea ior uie occasion. At noon a
most bountiful dinner was spread,
consisting of all kinds of goodies of
a bountiful farm and garden and pre
pared in a most appetizing way.
Those present were Mr. and Mrs. E.
L. Booher and children, Mr. and Mrs.
H. L. Booher and son, Harry, Mrs.
Booher's mother, Mrs. Newberry, Mr.
and Mrs. J. S. Rifenburgh -and Miss
Mary Woods. It being Sunday, the
time was spent in a quiet way. Upon
departing for their homes, the guests
wished Mr. and Mrs. Bosher and Mr.
Eugeen Booher many more happy
celebrations of the date.
Mr. Booher is a successful farmer.
coming here from Nebraska nearly 30
years ago and has resided on his farm
south of town ever since. He has built
op a large farm, where he has all the
stock, poultry and fruit that are
needed to make life happy and be in
dependent. The writer remembers the
wedding day when with others part
of the day was spent in riding down a
steep hill covered with snow in a scoop
shovel. One Present.
GOING TO KILL
THE RACING GEESE
Unfair Treatment of Birds by New
York Actn
(Associated Press)
New York, Jan. 18. The spectacle
of eighteen actresses from leading
Broadway musical comedies holding
the ribbon reins in a goose race was
the feature of the annual Madison
Square Garden poultry show opening
today. The web-footed racers will be
groomed after the .derby for s mid midnight
night midnight feast for their drivers.
AVIATORS BEFORE THE
BOARD OF INQUIRY
(Associated Press)
Rockswsy, Jan. 18- Kloor, Farrell
rnd Hinton were asked to appear to today
day today before the second day's session
of the naval board of inquiry here to
give first hand reports of the balloon
fight.
Advsrtis la the Star.

WEATHER FORECAST
Generally fair tonight
and Wednesday, with no
change in temperature.

SO. 14
ALL FAIIS EXPECTED
TO ASSEMBLE
At the Board of Trade Hall Tomorrow
Evening to Organize a Baseball
Association
All baseball fans are expected to
pet their fellow fans wise to the
meeting to be held in- the Marian
County Board of Trade hall tomorrow
night at 8 o'clock for the purpose of
oiganizing an Ocala baseball associa-
ball enthusiast is urred to attend to-
morrow night's meeting and to brine
others with him. The meeting will
'also be called on to decide whether
Ocala shall have an amateur or
j professional team, and on the best
i method Of filUlwinv thm team fn k.
. w
season.
I o.ru VI iVUI UWUUiS IS
to be Ocala and Marion county boys,
If the season is arranged for the
competition for the various positions
on the team is expected to be keen, as
old players are eager to get in the
game again and there is some new
material available.
;
SOUTH FLORIDA FAIR
Tampa, Jan. 18. The greatest
'i-oultry show ever held in the South is
i promised by the poultry department
cI South Florida Fair and Gas-
T Feb 3 to arrangwnent.
having made to show t lea,
than chickeM of breedf
Thi b" necessitated the erection of
additional bundings and the purchase
of 1000
The railroads and steamboat lines
tir sual low round trip
to T from all points
morid north Tam.
pans are making arrangements to
house and feed the largest crowds
yet brought to the city.
Among the new buildings on the
grounds behind the Tampa Bay hotel
is that to be devoted to the exhibit
from Mexico, which has been arrang
ed for display in Tampa and Italy,
and which will be shipped to Tampa
fiom Tampico Jan. 20. An exhibit
from the Dominion of Canada will also
be a pleasing feature. Other .'new
buildings have been erected and .addi .additional
tional .additional improvements made on the
grounds.
Members of Ye Mystic Krewe of
Gasparilla, who elected their king snd
queen hist week, are preparing for
another brilliant appearance, and
Egypt Temple, Nobles of the Mysti'e
Shrine, will stage the most brilliant
street pageant and initiation ceremo ceremonial
nial ceremonial yet presented by the great order
south of the Ohio river. Another no notable
table notable feature will be the annual Ro
tary press breakfast, given by the
Tampa Rotary Club to newspaper edi editors
tors editors and distinguished visitors. Ef Efforts
forts Efforts are being made to induce President-elect
Warren G! Harding, who
will spend some time in Florida, to at attend
tend attend the breakfast and meet the
Florida editors.
The fair and carnival will be com complete
plete complete in every feature, and all will he
in readiness for the opening on Feb February
ruary February 3rd.
HONOR FOR THE
FLORIDA UNIVERSITY
Gainesville, Jan. 18-The United
States war department has placed the
military department of the University
of Florida among the distinguished
colleges of the United State, being
the highest military "honor that it can
bestow for military, efficiency. Staff
officers from Washington inspect the
different colleges all over the country,
every spring and the awards are an announced
nounced announced by the war department later
on in the year.
There are two divisions of the re reserve
serve reserve officers training corps. In the
first two years of this course, the
foundation training takes place. Pur
ling the last two years of the four-
year course, the government furnishes
both a complete uniform and a dairy
subsistence. This subsistence amounts
to 53 cents a day, running through
the entire year including the summer
vacation time, with the exception of
the time spent in summer camp. This
materially helps a man working his
way through college.
The high cost oMrring wffl drop aa
'soon as ths CAFETERIA opens, tf



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More than 2000 ships carry the
American flag on the seven seas, but
shiDDine board methods make them
jfcost the American people more than
they are worth.
' One has said that the dreamer lives
forever but the toiler dies in a day.
Tampa Tribune.
Tf u wasn't for the toilers, the
dreamers would starve.
Moonshine whisky received its
name from the fact that it was first
made by men who had stills in the hills
and usually operated by moonlight
They prefer dark nights now.
1
It is estimated -that 50,000 of the
175,000 children brought before courts
in the United States in a year should
have been handled by some other
method. If firm kindness fails with a
wayward child, there is no- other
remedy.
We often smile at the phrase, "set "setting
ting "setting the river on fire," but in a recent
hese test in Boston the water rushing
through at a tremendous pressure re resulted
sulted resulted in the hose igniting from ex excessive
cessive excessive friction caused by vibration
between two cotton jackets.
The employes of a clothing manu manufacturing
facturing manufacturing company in Cincinnati re recently
cently recently decided voluntarily to surren surrender
der surrender their jobs for one month, either
January or February, to give employ employment
ment employment to those who are out of work in
other factories. This is altruism of a
high type.
The "short-circuit" bug is a beetle
of California which is able to bore
through wood and alloyed substances
whfch are harder than lead. Hundreds
of telephones are out of commission
because of the 4ePreatins this
beetle which bores holes in the cables
allowing the rain to enter.
The steamer Danzig, the first to fly
thc-flag of the Polish republic, sailed
from Danzig for the United States
Saturday with 800 emigrants. This
inaugurates the proposed regular ser service
vice service between Baltic ports and New
York to transport the thousands who
arc awaiting passage.
A 500-ton mountain of peach stones
was recently unloaded upon the New
York local fuel arket as a substi substitute
tute substitute for coal. The stones were gather gathered
ed gathered by patriotic Americans in war time
to be used in the manufacture of gas
masks. They found a ready market at
$1 a ton, and were distributed to the
needy.
It makes little difference who con constitutes
stitutes constitutes the membership of the state
road department, so long as they leave
alone the engineers and workers who
are delivering the goods. Membership
on the department is mostly for orna ornamental
mental ornamental purposes anyway. DeLand
News.
More truth than poetry in your re remarks,
marks, remarks, Friend News.
Our friend, the Miami Herald,
knows much about history, but yet
not quite enough. Frinstance, it says,
"Greece and Turkey have always been
related, and since Turkey has been a
synonym for Asia Minor." We cant

parts of this sentence it. The four
tribes that occupied the original terri

tory of the Hellenes, the Aeolians,
Dorians, Acheans and Ionians, have
been known in history .fully three
thousand years. It hasbeen not more
than 800 years since the Turks won
control of Asia Minor.
REPRESENTATIVES WANT
TO HEAR FROM THE PEOPLE
Our representatives to the legisla
ture, Messrs, Hunter and Mayo, want
to learn the wishes of the people in
regard to legislation at Tallahassee
next April and May.-For this purpose,
two meetings are to be held, at the
courthouse in Ocala, the first next
Saturday, afternoon, 22nd, and the
fallowing Saturday afternoon, the
29th. The eitizens from all over the
county are requested to attend these
meetings and consult with our legis
lators as to what will be best for the
county and state.
The peace treaty of Versailles con contains
tains contains no mention of Almighty God
and the sessions of the league of na
tions and the peace conference were
not opened with prayer. The United
States is still at war with Germany,
half of Europe is fighting or threaten
mg to ngnt, nations are increasing
armaments in preparation s for the
next war, Argentina, has withdrawn
from the league of nations and Amer
ica never became a member. An effort
was made to bring about world peace
without invoking Divine aid, and the
effort failed. When men forget God,
they cease to progress. St. Augus
tine Record.-
Alas, poor Felkel, you haven't told
toe worst. The constitution of our
own country, the great United States
of America, does not invoke the aid
nor guidance of the Almighty, or even
refer to him. The declaration of in independence
dependence independence distinctly declares that
government derives its just power
from the consent of the governed. The
only treaty of the United States in
which religion enters as an element
was the one with Tripoli that declared
the United States was not a Christian
nation. Yet scores of millions : have
lived in peace under that constitution,
and scores of thousands have died to
uphold it. The Florida legislature
opens its sessions with prayer, yet we
have the testimony of Herb's own
faithful typewriter that much corrupt
and careless legislation hag been at attempted
tempted attempted and often succeeded .between
the prayers of one day and the pray prayers
ers prayers of. the next. The children of
Israel claimed to have taken not only
their constitution but their by-laws
direct -from Jehovah how long did
they keep them, and where is their
nation today? .You are full of prunes,
Herb. Pray at home and go to church
if you sincerely desire to do so, but
keep religion out of government,
church and, state apart, for never
have they been joined without both
becoming corrupt and oppressive.
A dispatch from 'New York says
that "Lord Mayor O'Callaghan closed
his statement before the. commission
yesterday with an appeal to the Amer American
ican American people to support the Irish cause
and 'make good', their war pledge of
self-determination for small nations."
It'is strange that the "lord mayor"
hadnt heard of the election of Nov. 2
last, by which the American people
repudiated Wilson's pledge of self self-determination
determination self-determination by a majority of over
seven million votes.
Says the .Gainesville Sun: "The re revised
vised revised statutes of Florida are now
ready for distribution. The work was
done by James E. Calkins and is said
to have been well done. Gov. Hardee
has issued a proclamation making
them effective as of Feb. 6th. They
have been printed and the secretary
of state has 5000 volumes on hand.
The bound sets are to be sold at $12
and the unbound sets at $8 per set."..
Editor Benjamin,' of the Ocala
Star, bemoans the fact that Dante did
not have a camera with which to take
views of hell." Don't worry, brother,
a camera cannot record the grandeur
of the fires said to be raging where
Dante went, but you may see with
your own eyes and. by the way, if
the place is uncomfortable, send a
hUmily- Pa
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radio back to your many friends. i

nMrmtcr firm
None of our friends are going there.
While' Harry Brown of the Lakeland ji
Telegram is wrapping up his mail, he
might look at the Star's exchange copy
and make sure it isnt offset. Ocala 'S
Star.
There you go, giving away the sec
rets of the profession. What cou'd
you do with your spoilt papers, if it
wasnt for the exchange list? Lake Lakeland
land Lakeland Telegram.
We dont send out spoiled papers.
What few we have go into the stove.
STARVING THE PREACHERS
(Tampa Tribune)
The following logical and succinct
editorial directed to the church goers
of Louisville, Ky., is so appropo to
Tampa that the Tribune reproduce
it in its entirely and endorses it with
pleasure to the Christian thinking
people of this city.
The Courier-Journal says
"A vast number of Louisvilliaru
v.ill motor to church this morning in
costly vehicles, many of them clad in
fnrs which the temperature does not
makes necessary, but which are worn
because the buyers can afford them. A
larger number of attendants at the
churches will be persons using less
expensive vehicles, clad more modest modestly,
ly, modestly, but comfortable financially, pa patrons
trons patrons of savings banks, owners of lib liberty
erty liberty bonds the bonds of hte people
nowadays as one American in five is
a liberty bond holder.
"The congregations at the churches
vill be advised, entertained, by minis ministers
ters ministers who are culturally the superiors
of nine in ten of those who hear them;
men who have devoted the best years
cf their lives to acquirement of equip equipment
ment equipment for one of the most difficult
callings; a calling which places a
man in an exposed position without
the slightest protection from the fire
of criticism which is poured relent
lessly upon the minister who does not
make good. Nine ministers in ten are
so grossly underpaid that they can-
rot, as many others do, look upon the
recession of commodity prices as re
lief from the hardships of inadequate
income.
"A minister should read, must read.
Books under copyright, books un un-copyrighted,
copyrighted, un-copyrighted, have doubled in value,
i efiecting white paper prices and other
changed factors in book production.
A minister should travel. A 'rate
does not save him the expenses of
travel. It is well known that even the
hclder of a railroad pass in the period
when passes were issued often found
his posession of the pass of doubtful
value because of the expense to whicn
it tempted him. A minister must dress
preseritably. No congregation would
tolerate a threadbare coat, patched
trousers, a dingy hat and dilapidated
shoes as the costume of the occupant
of their pulpit. Clothes cannot be had
for a song. A minister's home should
be well maintained, well furnished.
situated in a suitable residence quar
ter, as the domicile of the occupant of
the pulpit of a church whose congre congregation
gation congregation has a certain amount of pride.
Household expenses are twice what
they were ten years ago. They are not
likely to reach the old level, within
another decade. A servant's salary is
100 per cent above what is was five
years ago. Who expects it to fall olf
50 per cent within five years? Who
believes it should decrease to that ex
tent?
"An investigation of the salaries oi
ministers of the gospel would show
that in many cases the journeymen in
a dozen manuel trades which any in intelligent
telligent intelligent man may learn and within
six. months receive higher pay than
ministers who serve prosperous con congregations,
gregations, congregations, and that even the best
paid ministers, with rare exceptions,
receive miserably inadequate salaries,
the nature of their equipment, their
social obligations, their cultural needs,
considered.
"In this wonderfully
well-to-do
country innumerable drives for funis
for the relief of sufferers in America,
in western Europe, in the near east,
in the middle east, in the far east suc succeed.
ceed. succeed. Would it not be well to consider
also the American minister who needs
relief from the burdens and trials of
the man who, though underpaid, must
dorsn t be
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"Would it not be well, on the way
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demanding much of it, is altogether
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Christian thing to do?"
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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.
The Daughters of the Confederacy
will give a silver tea Wednesday aft afternoon,
ernoon, afternoon, 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 a
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The following address was made by you read "Presented by the Gideons-"

Mr. S. C. Mayo, at the K. of P. meet- Noble men all over the country have

ing a few weeks agoi : entered into the great campaign

Chancellor Commander and Brother putting down vice and crime, civil iza-

Knights: You call on me for a speech tion is speeding the world up to the j 5j
i:ke I was an orator. I am not an high hill of thought. Have you not h
orator. I am a plain farmer. Years felt our country rise and can you not j SJ

ago when I was a boy, an orator came see that she is now moving up m
down to the level of the intelligence high ? Now some of you may differ I
of his audience, but at the present with me and think that the world is
time and age he rises to the situation, going to the bad and the good people

yet it Is doubtful about my rising to t had just as well give up in despair I

the situation. But for the "good of .and quit. But if you will think lor a

the order" I will talk a little while on moment you will see that it is a class

experiences, weaknesses," traveling in! of people who have no principle that

high and low. I was some time m.is bringing about all of this turmoil
framing this talk. I picked up the 'and disturbance throughout the land,
bones along the way and have tried to .They know nothing about the better,

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place each bone in its proper place.
In other words, I gathered the say say-ines
ines say-ines of other men a boy. Douglas

j Fairbanks and the president. Also
j some of my original thoughts, as well
ias some thonsrhts of some other hieh-

Between Ten Cent Store and Gerig jclass men namM of j
Drug Store ;not take time to mention now. Also
some of the sayings of the negro.

. First, I will tell you what the boy

sa?d. He said that the head was a

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happier, nobler side of life. They are
having brutes going about trying to
get what other people have without
laboring for it. The secret of all pro progress
gress progress lies in improved citizenship, in
integrity and industry and unselfish unselfish-cess.
cess. unselfish-cess. Experience is the real teacher.

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brains a machine, a thinking machine -pa re ourselves against untoward ex ex-for
for ex-for the manufacture of thoughts, and J periences, which is best done by tak-

we must learn to run the machine and ing stock of our mental and physical
l a

to keep it cleaned and well oiled. Ac-; assets. We shqnld take stock of our our-cording
cording our-cording to what the boy said we have selves at least once a day, not to see
the machine, a mental machine that, what we were a few years ago, but
'runs during our waking hours and, to see what we are now. That would
there are only two roads that the ma- give us strength and kelp us to bring
'chine runs over. One road is elevated; lout the best that is in us. Whatever
'it builds character and on that rosfd .weaknesses we possess is excess bag bag-!the
!the bag-!the machine runs in high. The other! gage that should be thrown away,
road is difficult to travel; it promises; You can take the history of the life
.'much but gives nothing but misery of many noble men and you will find

'and disappointment. On this road the that sometimes in their lives they had
', machine runs in low. The boy said their weaknesses. So in the lives of
! that we must learn to-run the machine -the very best of us. unless we are

and keep it clean and well oiled. What 'careful things are blurred because of

he really meant to say, is that we use ; our weaknesses, indulgence m evil
ro smutty oil that would feed any m ( thoughts and passions; acts of selfish selfish-clean
clean selfish-clean desires, but use a refined oil, the ; ness, narrowness and intolerance to to-oil
oil to-oil of brotherly helpfulness, the oil of .ward others; outbreaks of temper,
brotherly kindness, confidence, friend-'harsh, unjust and unkind words to tosh
sh tosh ip, patience, charity and sympathy. ward our fellow men, and sometimes
While I believe that all of us have towards those we hold dear to us. So

abundant supply of sympathy .whatever weakness we possess

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

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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.
Every day is special day here. However we have listed in this ad a few
extra specials. The prices en extra specials will be good only Satnrday afternoon and
daring (his week, from the 17th, to the 22nd, Indnslve.

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stored up we fail to give sympathy to should cast aside and when we grow
tfiose who need it. Somehow we hold older we will have no pang of remorse
it back. Which reminds me of an old J in our hearts; no accusing sting to
gi ay-haired negro that had saved up. our conscience, no blush of shame to
some money, and he married a young (our cheeks. The keenest agony is that

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wife. Awhile after he was married he
was telling a white man how extrava extravagant
gant extravagant his wife was.
"Boss, she comes to me today for a
dollar and tomorrow for a half and
the next day for a quarter. Then she
comes back the next day for a dollar,
the next for a half, the next for a
quarter, and it is that way every day.
"What does she do with so much
money, uncle?"
"I dunno, sah; I aint gin her none
yit."

When anyone is sick in your neigh neighborhood
borhood neighborhood they need your sympathy. It
is not possible ordinarily to change the
hard condition of those who are in
life's stresses, but it is possible to give

Yearithem brotherly sympathy. The cup

your eyes trou- was not taken from Jesus, but an
have them ex-angel fron heaven- appeared and

Make this your strengthened him. There is no other

ministry, so. angel-like as that of him

who gives brotherly, sympathy. Those
who learn this lesson are ministering
spirits sent forth to do service for the
Lord. If all Knights of Pythias
would store up love's oil and wine
and on bruised human hearts would
pour it, if yours and mine would once

i combine the worldj would be" made

become weak, irritable, unnerved and
despondent; no knight should ever, sit
or stand idle and allow opportunities
for doing good to slip-by him.. Every

temgnt snouid da nis best to 'make a
good and favorable impression on' the
minds of. his associates and. all people
with whom he comes jn contact, Every
knight should tread and. study faith faithfully
fully faithfully to get into the. class, of six-

cylinder mentality which .would give
him sufficient power to move along
through life in high.
Solomon said that wisdom was the
principal thing, "therefore get wisdom
and with all thy getting get- under understanding.''
standing.'' understanding.'' Exalt her and she shall
promote thee and shall bring thee to

nonor. inerein lies, opportunity as
well as encouragement for each Py Pythian
thian Pythian to do his share in adding to use

ful knowledge in, making the world a
good place to live in. In making your
town a nice town to live in, in making
our homes happy places to be in. An
old English poet said this fretful
world is full of chances which by
habits' power it's easier to bear than
to shun.
There is good logic in what an old

negro said: "Be what yous is and not
what .you ain't, because if you is what

you aint you aint what you is."

In my little traveling around for

the last eight years, I have noticed

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MUSICAL AT METHODIST

CHURCH THURSDAY NIGHT many wonderful things in the way of

inspiring and uplifting humanity. As 1 today has great need of the

inougntiui, ciean, nonoraoie

f The brotherhood Sunday school you know, we have the bone dry law,
'class of the Methodist church will I the cities are kicking out the redlight
give a very interesting musicale on districts, the commercial traveling
Thursday evening at 8 o'clock at the 'men have organized a society called

church. The public at large is cor cordially
dially cordially invited to attend.
Mrs. C. G. Barnett, Teacher.

of a burdened conscience. The sharp sharpest
est sharpest pang that writhes and tortures the

soul is that inflicted by the scorpion
tcngue. It is said the tongue will
sting on after the teeth are worn to
a crumble. Whatever weaknesses we

possess,' as I have said, is excess bag

gage that should be thrown away. We
cannot travel in high with fear, nor
can we make any speed with any of
its uncles, aunts or cousins, which are
envy, malice and greed. The strong strongest
est strongest force that can come into the life
of any man is memory. When men
forget the high responsibilities which
rest upon them, binding them to noble,
purposes, then their lives sink to a
low level. A man can sink into the
very path of slime and go in low in
the dark lanes and alleys of ill-gotten
gains and luxurious self-indulgence,
but he will ride to a fall and will pay
at the end. The moment anyone

doubts and acknowledges that they

cannot conquer a weakness, then it is
they begin to go down hill and finally
they lose control of the steering wheel
cf true manhood and into the ditch
of shame they land.
It is the young man who has the
best chance to win. He has the ad advantage
vantage advantage of the years. But on his
eventful journey, if he chooses to car carry
ry carry with him any weakness, I promise
you that it will bring failure, dishonor
and loss of will-power and loss of
self-control. It will brutalize him and
make him do things that he will loathe

and when he grows old and the eve

ning shadows of his existence begin
to hover over him and the fires begin

to burn low and he has. these things
along with him, they will be hard to

shove aside. But on the other hanJ,

while he is young and at his best if
he will once for all time kick off what

ever weaknesses he has into the gut gutter,
ter, gutter, where they belong, then his as associates
sociates associates and all people with whom he
comes in contact can see that he has

no hypocritical elements in his nature;

they can see that his mind is clear and

unclouded; they can see that his eyes

are filled with vigorous light and a
conscientious desire to win and to do

so honestly. Business men around

him will have confidence in him and

can see that he has the ability to go
in high over the highest mountains
of trouble as tho' they, were mole molehills.
hills. molehills. The older man has a fine chance to
win he has the experience and has
lived long enough to have gained
knowledge. Because a man's hair Is
turning gray and wrinkles are com coming
ing coming in his face, he should not become
stupid and non-progressive. The world

sober,
man

above the fifty line. By right of ex experience
perience experience and knowledge they are the
ones to become our leaders and to

EXTRA SPECIAL
15c package Roxane Self Rising Pancake
Flour, per package
15c. package Roxane Self Rising Buckwheat
Flour, per package
REGULAR PRICE
Seven pounds of Hudnut's Fine or Coarse
Grits for i
Seven pounds of Cream or Water Ground
Meal for
Rice, best Blue Rose
per pound.
EXTRA SPECIAL
59c. Jars Royal Scarlet
Pure Fruit Jams
48c. Jars Robin Hood
e Pure Fruit Jams
55c. Jars Gordon & Dilworth
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-pound package

10c
10c
25c
25c
9c
49c
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
2oc 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
Blood and White, two 10c tins for.

EXTRA SPECIAL
To introduce Kingana Nut Oleomargarine, OA
35c. value, per pound OUC
EXTRA SPECIAL
Pompeian Brand Pure Olive Oil, half pints, OQr
50c. value, for OJC

Pcmpeian Brand Pure Olive OiL pints,
90c. value, for
' REGULAR PRICE
No. 4 Snowdrift Lard
' per tin .
No. 8 Snowdrift Lard,
REGULAR PRICE
Tall tins Pink Salmon,
per tin
Tall tins Chum Salmon,

20c
40c
10c
12c
19c
20c
20c

15c

73 c

. 70c
$1.40
16c
! 13c

per tin

You make no mistake in dealing with us. We handle high grade goods, and
you will find an assortment here that isn't often found in ity stores.
U-SEKVE 'STOKES
CASH AND CARRY

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

MTMtMrHTMfM

5nS

JANUARY and FEBRUARY

M-aupffiniKecg-

Now Going on at the

IB

We must have room for Our New
Spring Goods. Therefore as usual,
prior to our visit to the Eastern
market for New Spring Goods we
Are Closing Out All
FaD'fi Wtater .CSoods-

Special Sale of
lades' WMte fflmslita Uitewear
SEE OUR WINDOWS

the "Gideons." They arc placing the; shape our policies.

Bible in the rooms of hotels and room-1 "To thy own self

FRANK P.. QADSON

South Magnolia Street

Ocala Florida

thou cana't not then be false to any yond may it oe saxa you uvea w uru , 7 TV.

rra.hm and ffladnesS tO Uie I CUr mOCTO. VOOKS to.mnn vnw

be true and it man." When you, my brother knights, joy,

ing houses all orer the United States, must follow as the night the day -have crossed over the river and be-ihearts of others.

y. Phone 2ii

7-tf



I

OCA LA EVENING STAB, TUESDAY, JANUARY 1$, 1S21

Send a Box of Citrus Fruit Home
Oranges and Grapefruit (?Q 7C
Mixed or Fyll Boxes - tpmQmiO
Kumquals at 15c per quart
LEAVE ORDER WITH
B. F. CONDON

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.

OCALA OCCURREtlGES

State Auditor Mcintosh is here,

checking up the books of county of

ficers.

ROYAL ARCH MASONS

Regular conventions of the Ocala

Chapter No. 13, R. A. 1L, on the fourth

If you have any

phone to five-one.

society items, The new firm of Roberts & Spencer Friday in every month at 8 p. m.

lis doing very well in its stand at 213

West Broadway.

H. S. Wesson. H. P.

Jake Brown. Secretary.

Mr. C A. Tremere of Belleview has

gone north to purchase new goods for

his big store.

Good food, carefully cooked, served

quickly, piping hot. Watch for the

opening of Hunter's Cafeteria. tf

ODD FELLOWS

Serve yourself and save money at

Hunter's Cafeteria. tf

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

meets every Tuesday evening at the

Odd Fellows hall at the corner of

Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Nolan and party Fort King Ave. and Osceola street. A

of Miami, here visiting Mr. and Mrs. warm welcome always extended to

Austine Miller returned to hisjT. B. Barnes, left yesterday for home. I nsitmg brothers.

UNCLASSIFIED
ADVERTISEr.3IJTS
WANTED. LOST. FOUND, FOB
SALE. FOR RENT AND SIM SIMILAR
ILAR SIMILAR LOCAL NEEDS

Rates: Six lines, maxim urn, eae tine,
25c; three times, 50c; six times, 75c;
one month. $3. Payable la adraace.

Mr.

home in Jacksonville this afternoon During the last two days of last .week
alter a brief visit in the city, a guestjtney went oyer in the scrub east of

of Mr. James Taylor. the river, and killed two deer beside

other game.

They are "light as a feather," says

one of our customers in speaking of Mrs. E. M. Williams and lovely leiy.

our rolls. Insist UDon ha vine Federal little daughter, Shirley of Brooks

bread and rolls.

t

T. C. Carter, N. G.
H. R. Luffman. Secretary.

cur motto. Cook's Market and G roc-

Phone 243.

7-tf

CT I ill a afAv a filosoanf triatf fka j4r

a v uMtim v v si a a miiTni m m it

guests at the home of Mrs. G.K.Wil- llLUAIVl ft. llNZMJAN

Carroll Motors Co.
OCALA, FLORIDA

ir mm M M -,.

Misses Florence and Dorothy Brooks 1-ams, left this afternoon for Jack Jack-and
and Jack-and Mr. Edwards Brooks of Okla- sonyille, where they will visit at the
waha, are shoppers in the city for the home of Mrs. Williams' sister, Mrs.

day. lEston Saxon for several weeks.

CONTRACTOR
Estimates Given Free
Phone 526 Ocala. Fla.

i

Fnsh ovsters and full line at fresh I Salt and fresh water fish, ovsters.

vegetables and fruits at all times, shrimp, etc., at CITY FISH MARKET, IJ JJ DAWKINS
Cook's Market and Grocery. Phone Ft. King Ave., phone 158. 27-tf I

243.

7-tf

Miss Hattie Roebuck, court steno-

The Daylight Line is doing good grapher for the Gainesville district.

business so far, and expect to put on came to ucaia aunaay aiternoon to
an every-day service between Silver! take the court proceedings in a case

i Springs and Palatka Jan. 25.

I ANNOUNCEMENT! I

p Mr. H. W. Camp, of Rome, Ga., 9
has arrived in the city and will
have charge of our meat de
gj partment, as well as assist in
the grocery department.
S Cooks Market and Grocery
.jP Phone' 243

$0

heard here Monday. Miss Roebuck is

an efficient stenographer and a prom-

Seafood, always to be bad fresh atlinent member of the Gainesville Bus-

:ity FISH Market, 9 Ft. King Ave. tf lines s and Professional Women's Club.

jacK uaixoway is nome again, alter Hymen almost rushed Judee Fut.-n

several months' vbit to Mexico and oft his feet yesterday. He issued a

v,aiiiornia. jacK says tnose dimes ii,.ense to Mr. Calvin G. Moore of

don't suit him as well as Florida. piof at nA Mi Rnth Mmn ,-f

Citra: he both licensed and ioined in I

von t iau to visit tne uuarantee wedlock Mr. Elmer B. Tyler of Iime-

Oothing & Shoe Company. Every- stone Fia. and Misg Irene D. Lan.
thing we sell is guaranteed. We're caster of Wavcross. Ga. He also is-

fighting for QUALITY not prices, tf soed licenses to five colored couple.

ALL KINDS OF
FRESH MEATS, USD
and OYSTERS
EVERY

TUESDAY and FRIDAY

Phone 519
111 W. Broadway

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

FOR SALE One 1920 Buick touring,
car in perfect condition, also one
1917 Dodge. Apply Box 640, Mie Mie-anopy,
anopy, Mie-anopy, Fla. 17 -6t

FOR SALE 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. St

WANTED 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

STOMACH TROUBLES

Mrs. R. R. Male and two children of

Brooklyn, N. Y., are .visitors at Okla-

waha at the home of Mrs. Male i

mother, Mrs. F. W. Brooks, and fam

ily.

Just received sea bass weighing

from three to twelve pounds, for bak

ing purposes. City Fish Market.

Phone 158. tf

Indiana Lady Had Something Lite

Indigestion Until SUe Took
Black-Draught, Then
- Got AC Ri'ht.

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

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
316. 13-6t

FOR RENT Five furnished rooms.
Call after four' o'clock. Mrs. H. S.
Wesson. 17-St

WANTED Stenographic or book bookkeeping
keeping bookkeeping position. Experienced; good
references. Situation in Ocala pre preferred.
ferred. preferred. Address R. R. Ragsdale, 24
Ray street. 17-St

FOR RENT Comfortable and largs
. rooms nicely furnished. Apply 504
Oklawaha avenue. 17-t

1' 19 Maxwell truck, Al shape; reas

onable and terms if desired. Spencer

Pedricfc Motor Co. 29-tf

J. II. SPENCER

IV. R. PEDRICK

4

ITS

mm-

AGE N C Y

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

The literary branch of the Metho

dist missionary society, enjoyed a

meeting with Mrs. Roger Dodd Mon

day afternoon. This was the first

meeting of the new year and each

Mr. T. C. bmythe, once the highest member came looking refreshed and

high sheriff in Florida, now county ready for the new year's work. At the

clerk of Lake, was in town yesterday, ciose 0f e lecture, Mrs. Dodd assist-

on business before the United States Uj by her sister, Mrs. Saunders, who
court. I is here for a two months' visit, served

ice cream and cake. Mrs. Saunders

Don't fail to visit the Guarantee was eiven a cordial welcome by the

Clothing & Shoe Company. Every- members of the society.

thing we sell is guaranteed. We re

fighting for QUALITY not prices, tf -The members of the "A" club at

their reeular weekly meeting were

Mrs. W. J. Fnnk and pretty daugh- entertained last night by Miss Sue

ter, Bettie of Sumica arrived in Ocala Moore at her home on Fort King ave-

yesterday to be the guests of the for- nue piayine with the club were Miss

liter's father, Mr. D. E. Mclver, for a Elizabeth Yowell of Orlando, the

month. I truest of Miss Eloise Henrv. Miss Ger

trude Meyers of Baltimore, a guest at

Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Ross of Jack- the home of Mr. and Mrs. Christian

son, Tenn., are visitors in the city, Ax and Miss Helen Childs, who with

guests of the former's sister, Mrs.ner mother is spending the winter in

Seymour, Ind.-

Prices are M

GOODYEAR AND U. S. TIRES AND TUBES

Exclusive Agents for "VESTA" BATTERY, 18 Mo. Gnaranlce
An Up-to-Date Battery Service Station

-"Some time ago I

had a sick sptil, something lite Indi Indigestion,"
gestion," Indigestion," writes Mrs. Clara Peacock, of

Route 6. this T;iice. i would get very

rck at the stomach, and spit or vomit,
eapecl&lly In the mornings.

- Then I began the use oi Theorora s

Black-Draught, after I had tried other
xutuiv-Jucs. i'Lo Biack-Drausht re-

liecu ine more than anything that I

took, pnd I got all right.

haven't found anything belter

than Black-Draught when sunenng

I roi.i trouble caused by constipation.

It i easy and sure. Can be taken in
tt ili doses or. large as the case calls
for."
W hen you have sick stomach, indi indirection,
rection, indirection, headache, constipation, or
ether disagreeable symptoms, take
tlack-Draught to help keep your
system free from poison.
TicdforcTg Blsch-Driusht Is madt
from purely veritable Ingredients,
acta In a gentle, natural way, and has
no bad after-effects. It may be safely
taken by young or old.
Get a package of Black-Dfaueht to today.
day. today. Insist on the genuine, Thedford's.
At your druggist's. NC-143

FOR SALE Ford touring car. 'Huns

like new and looks like new. Two
extra tires. Price $250. Address
Box 93, Ocala, Fla. lS-t

FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE 20-

acres fine rolling land, 8H 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

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

FOR SALE One acre of land, largs
9-room house, fine well water on
beautiful Lake Weir. Apply to J.
Russell, Lake Weir. Fla. 18-11

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

at all

GASOLINE, OILS AND GREASE.
SPENCER-PEDRICK MOTOR CO.

PHONE 271

Ocala

Florida

hum

Thompson at the home of Dr. and Mrs.

J. E. Chace.

Dr. Charles Watson Moremen,
Dental Surgeon
Commercial Bank Building, Ocala,
Fla. Office phone 211; residence
phone 298. 7-tf
The public is cordially invited to at

tend the musicale Thursday evening
at 8 o'clock at the Methodist church,
eiven bv the brotherhood class, of

which Mrs. C. G. Barnett is teacher

Watch for the opening of Hunter's

Cafeteria. It will save you money, tf

TRANSFER
AND
proeofSvTOIAE
LOWE

Negotiable Storage Receipt, laaoed oo Cotton, Automobile, Etc

LONG DISTANCE UOVLNG
Piiohe 296

WHITE

Mrs. J. C. Johnson is entertaining
at her home this afternoon at a rook
party in compliment to Mrs. J. L.

Montgomery of Elizabethtown, Ky.,

and Mrs. M. C. Barker of Mounds-

vine, W. Va.

While visiting in the city during

the holidays, grandma declared that
Federal Bread had that honest to
roodness home-made taste. 5-6 1

L. ALEXANDER
PRACTICAL CARPENTER ANU
BUILDER
Careful estimates made on all com-

Good wholesome body materials tract oric uives more ana Dexter

vith just the right quantity of sugar money than any other

the city. A deck of cards fell to Miss
Onie Chazal for securing highest

score. At the conclusion of the games

an appetizing -menu was enjoyed.

and 'cinnamon make our cinnamon

oils "delicious." Federal Bakery. 6t

contract or in the city.

1

Mr. and Mrs. Ned Williamson and

Mrs. J. A. Hurlburt, among Lake
Kerr's best people, were in town yes

terday. Mrs. Hurlburt told the re

porter not to forget to note the fact

that the Lake Kerr Sunday school is

;a fine institution, and is making good

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

progress.

First class stove wood only. Quick

delivery. Send postal. L. J. Dankwertz,

Ocala, Fla., Route A. 15-6t

Advertise and get Results

Mrs. C E. Powell of Lexington, Ky.,
has arrived in Ocala for a visit with
her mother, Mrs. Thompson, and sis sister,
ter, sister, Mrs. J. E. Chace, and family. It
has been over four years since Mrs.
Powell has been in the city and her
many friends are giving her a most
cordial welcome.

Cards have been received in the city

from Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Parrish, who

were married in this city last week,

written from Miami just as they

were leaving over the East Coast ex

tension for Key West, where they will
take passage for Havana. Mr. and
Mrs. Parrish are having a delightful

wedding trip. They expect to arriv
home next week and for the present
will be at the Arms House until their

apartment at the home of Mrs. Par

rish s mother. Mrs. a. M. Hunt, is

completed.
The United States court has con

cluded its work here and adjourned.

There were three or four moonshine
cases on the docket, and Deputy Mar

shal O. H. Mathews in consequence

took three prisoners to Jacksonville,
from whence they will go to Atlanta.

Judge Call accompanied Marshal Bos-

well to Gulf Hammock thismorning,

and the two will put in all the time
they can spare hunting. Judge Call
is an old-time Floridian and likes

nothing better than to hunt where the

game is plenty. Mr. Wilbur Cleve

land, secretary to the judge, and the
other officers of the court have gone

on to Tampa, where court opens Friday.

OCALA LODGE Now 28, B. P. O. E.I

BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES Gat Gat-edged
edged Gat-edged proposition for a man of en energy
ergy energy and initiative. County repre representative
sentative representative desired. A legitimate and
practical proposition; will not inter interfere
fere interfere with present employment.
Write for particulars to Favorite
Manufacturing Co Tampa Fla.
mon-th-sat

Relieves

FOR SALE We have a surplus of
fifty head of horses and mules for
sale. You can find stock suitable
for any purpose by applying at the
stables. Anthony Farms, Anthony,
Fla. 18-tf

Ml

Don't fail to visit the Guarantee
Clothing & Shoe Company. Every
hing we sell is guaranteed. We're
.ghting for QUALITY not prices, tf

Doot take purgatives for

supanoB tbey act narsniy
tney overstrain tne delicate
membrane anH leave tne

Bowels In a worse condition

vinan before. 11
von are

nADTCD'Cl troubled
UUrtl HKO wltn Con

stipation,
In Indigestion,
digestion, Indigestion, SoorStom-

FOR SALE

aea. Dizziness. Biliousness,

Nervousness, or loss ol Appe-Hte-Oon
fcesltef e-Cet a bottlm
ol CARTER'S LITTLE LIVER
FILLS take one after each
meal and one at bedtime. A
lew days treatment will put
Stmmnachp 1tref and Bmyvmlm in
normal condition.
CcmIm Mft hear tfftjUi c w. 74
Snail ra Snail Dese Sauu frke

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.

I HENS. 25 young laying hens. Last

spring hatch. Crossed with Brown
Leghorn. Your choice L20 each.
Farm Implements, Plows, Harrows,
Tools, etc.. Wagon and Buggy:
tf ABNER POOSES,
Phone 576. 615 S. 9th St. E.

Have your old mirrors re-silvered.
Wt do it promptly and at reasonable
pnees. All work guaranteed. Ocala

!3Iirror and Plating Work, Walter
longe, proprietor. Phone 04. X7-tf

Ocala Lodge No. 286. Benevolent
and Protective Order of Elks, meets

the second and fourth Tuesday eve-

rings of each month. Visiting breth brethren
ren brethren always welcome. Lodge rooms
upstairs over Troxler's and the Book

Shop, 113 Main street.
C Y. MiHer. E. R.

Successful business men ere good

lsers of printer's ink.

THE WMOSOIR HOTEL
, JACKSONVILLE, CLOSIDA
In the heart of the rity with Hemming Park for e Yront yard.
eek
Every modern convenience in each room. Dining room service It
second to none

ROBERT AL, i MEYER,
Maaager.

J. E. KAVANAUGD
Presrieter.

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