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Title:
The Ocala evening star
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Ocala Evening Star
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Evening star
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1

TEMPERATURE
This morning, 49.
This afternoon, 60.

OCALA

EVE

N1NQ

STAR

WEATHER FORECAST
Cloudy tonight mud to tomorrow
morrow tomorrow with rising1 tern-perature.

VOL 27

OGALA, FLORIDA, WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 19. 1921

SO. 15

SEDATE COMMIHEE
; IS BIPED

resident Wilson has Sent in Nomina

tion of Thousands of Dent
oeratie Postmasters, .'

(Associated Press)
Washington, Jan. 19. The noraina noraina-.
. noraina-. tions of approximately 2000 postmas-
tcrs were sent today to the Senate by
President Wilson. This swells the al-

ready enormous list of nominations
made at this session on which repub repub-'
' repub-' lican leaders are determined not to
act except where an emergency exists.
SWARMING INTO THE CITIES
4 The negro population of Norfolk,
Va., is 43,477, an increase of 73.2 per
cent; "the negro population of Ports Portsmouth,
mouth, Portsmouth, Va., is 23,242, an increase of
100.1 per cent; the negro population
of Charleston, S. C, is 23,292, an in increase
crease increase of 4 per cent; the negro popu population
lation population of Cleveland, O., is 34,474, an
increase of 308.1 per cent, according
to figures given out by the 'census
" bureau.

0:

CALLAGHAi

IT

LEAVE AMERICA

Order Given Thorugh His Counsel
that he Must Reship on a Ves Vessel
sel Vessel Bound Abroad

. (Associated Press)
Washington, Jan. 19. Counsel for
Lord Mayor O'Callaghan' was directed
today by Secretary Wilson to deliver
O'Callaghan promptly to the "immigra "immigration
tion "immigration inspector at Norfolk. The order

is described as merely a formal notifi

cation of Judge Lawless, in whose

custody O'Callaghan was placed wehn

paroled, or Secretary Wilson's decis

ion last week that O'Callaghan is a

seaman and should reship on a vessel

leund abroad.

BROTHERHOOD MUSICALE

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS

OAS

EDALL FANS
IH TONIGHT

All Lover of the Great National

Game Urged to Attend Session
at Eight O'Clock
Tonight at 8 o'clock in the Board

of Trade hall a meeting will be held
for the purpose of forming an asso association
ciation association to promote a season of base baseball
ball baseball for the summer months. Every

fan is expected to be present and to
bring others with him. Whether or

not there will be a season of baseball

this sumer will depend very largely
upon tonight's meeting. Whether the
team shall be semi-professional' or

amateur and the best method of fi financing'
nancing' financing' the team will be discussed. It
is proposed that those who will direct
the season of ball shall be elected to to-right.
right. to-right. A constitution and by-laws for
the organization has been drafted and
will be submitted for adoption. The

WORST WEATHER
Of IDE '1IIITEH

States of Middle Attlantie awl New
England Last Night Almost
Frozen Stiff

(Associated Press)
Washington, Jan. 19. The coldest
weather of the season prevailed last
night throughout the middle Atlantic
and New England states. At North
field, Vt the mercury dropped to 24
degrees below zero.

Ocala, Fla., Jan. 4th, 1921.

, r, t business men of the city are, espec-
convened with Commissioners E. B. , ,
Weathers G A Waters R L Cly- ,a"y Urged t0 attend the meetm- The
Weathers G A Waters K L Uy o)jtlook for .g mo$t

present.

will be made up entirely of Ocala and
ried, Mr. R. B. Meffert was elected ... . e

promismg. lhere is good material
available. If at all possible the team

The following musicale will be giv

en at the Methodist church tomorrow
evening:
, "Romance" (Charles Arthur) The
High School Orchestra.
"Alice Where Art Thou" strong
quartet: Ruth Simmons, Ralph Sim Simmons,
mons, Simmons, Robert Park, Robert Spencer.
Song, "Willie's Prayer" Leonora
Taylor and Muriel Galloway.
"Where the Morning Glories Grow"
High School Quartet.
Reading, "Naughty Zell' Rhoda
Thomas.
.Vocal solo. "Our Yesterdays" Ruth
Collins.
' March, "The NC-4" Dye's orches orchestra.
tra. orchestra.

Hawaiian guitar solo, "Kentucky

Barbecue" Ruth Simmons.

"Alabama Moon" High School

Quartet, )

Piano solo, "Evening Chimes"

Tarney Colbert.

(a) "My Heart Sings". (Chaminade)

(b) "Absence" (Howard Bennett)

Mrs. Harrison Black.
Piano solo, "Venetian Love Song
(Nevin) Elizabeth Bennett.

"Mammy's Lullaby" Dye's orches

tra.

Violin solo, I Come to Thee (Rona)

Melville Little.

Selection, "Princes of the Sun" (C

WT. Bennett) High School Orchestra

PLAN ANNUAL PAYMENTS

(Associated Press)

Paris. Jan. 19. The abandonment

of the plan of .fixing the total amount

of reparations to be paid by Germany

and the substitution of annual pay

stents has been agreed upon by the
French, British and German delegates,
aays a Berlin dispatch to the Journal.

Marion county boys, and the senti

ment is that the various positions

shall be filled by the best qualified
men available. Competition for the
positions is expected to be keen.

DISPATCHES FROM NEW YORK
SAY THAT THE TEMPERATURE
IN THE BIG CITY WAS 16 BELOW
7ERO YESTERDAY. THE LOWEST
TEMPERATURE IN OCALA YES YESTERDAY
TERDAY YESTERDAY WAS 44. TODAY'S LOW LOWEST
EST LOWEST TEMPERATURE HAS BEEN

49 DEGREES.

01111 OF THE
MIES IS UIICEllTAIII

Million Dollars Worth of Property
Destroyed is Worcester, Mas,
- this Morning

MEETING POSTPONED
FOR A WITH

Members of the Marion Fair Associa Association
tion Association Will Assemble Tuesday
Afternoon,' Feb. 1st

(Associated Press) I joanon wunij

starting early today in the Knowle.if'0011 d no5 mtri1 on
building here destroyed that building

of the association were on hand, but

and spread to nineteen other places

within a radius of one mile. It is ex expected
pected expected that the loss will be at least

two million dollars.

they did not think it wise to proceed

with the meeting -in the absence of a

PUGS MAY NOT POUND

any Rumors About the Carpentier
Dempsey Prize Fight

OFFICE SEEKERS WILL NOW
' CROWD ST. AUGUSTINE

Marion, Jan. 19 Mr. Harding's en engagement
gagement engagement calendar was clear today
and he turned his attention to person personal
al personal affairs ip preparation for his depar departure
ture departure tomorrow for six weeks in Flor Florida.
ida. Florida. Mr. Harding 'will leave tomor tomorrow
row tomorrow night for St. Augustine, where he
will be joined later by Mrs. Harding.'
The Hardings will make St. Augus Augustine
tine Augustine their headquarters during Febru Febru-ry.
ry. Febru-ry. ;

SOUND ON A HARP OF
TEN THOUSAND STRINGS

Pittsburg, Jan. 19. The Pittsburg

Chamber of Commerce next Saturday
afternoon will render a program on

the wireless which amateur wireless

operators within a radius of a thou

sand miles or more are expected to

hear.

FIRED ON THE N-C FIVE

Seaplane Wrecked on Voyage South

Sunk by Gunfire

San Francisco, Jan. 19. The naval
seaplane NC-5, which was wrecked

during the flight from San Diego to

the Canal Zone, has been sunk by gun gun-.
. gun-. fire, according to a radio received
here. No explanation of the message
has been received.

At the meeting of. Tulula Lode
Tuesday night, Messrs. W. M. Parker
and Otto Bockhous were instructed in
the lessons of the third degree, and
became full-fledged Odd Fellows.

chairman.

Bond of J. T. Smith as constable for

district No. 7, with J. W. Morrison and
G. T. Liddon as sureties was approved.

Bond of W. O. Perkins as deputy

sheriff, with A. T. Thomas and W. R.

Pedrick as sureties was approved. was considered ana discussed ana

Bond of Edwin Ford for license to uPn motion duly carried, tne board

carry pistol was approved. accepted ine services oi ine cier,

Esther Timmons. beine reported agreeing io pay ior same me consia-

dead, was ordered stricken from the rations above named.
nauDer list I 'ne county commissioners drew the

The tax collector was instructed to names oi aw persons ior me year

accept taxes of J. J. Edwards for 1920 1921 to serve as jurors in the circuit

levy on-real estate and to report his court, wnich are as iohows:

personal assessment and poll tax on rrecmci no. i. ucaia: uevi Aiexan Aiexan-list
list Aiexan-list of errors as party has no personal der R- T- Adams, W. L. Armour, T.
nrnnprtv in th roimtv. C Atkinson, Homer R. Agnew, L. G.

I n . TT -r a

Mr. A. J. SteDhens aDDeared and oauey, tsarneu, n. b. caxter,

lequested county aid for Mary John- L- J- Blalock, E. L. Booher, C. C. Bry-

n ant, J. u. uray, w. s. uray, w. a.
Bond of D. B. Mathews as constable Bullock Jr., W. D. Carn, J. H. J.

for district No. 31 with H. Gatrell and Counts, Fred W. Cook, T. C. Carter,

L. B. Osteen as sureties, approved. w- Carmichael, Jack Camp, Berry

Bond of Wm. C. Mead, as notary Carter, R. R. Carroll, B. F. Condon,

public, with American Surety Co., was i 0Ul3 nazai, narvey i,iarK r,. w.
1 I 1 aSY T11

approved, leme" uscar iurry, r. n. j-wdds,

The tax assessor was instructed to w- enon, n. a. uavies, j. k.. uar uar-send
send uar-send out tax returns to each taxpayer den w- J- Edwards, J. S. Engesser,
in the county in preparation of the w- H. Fausler, C. C. Fraser, Max M.
1921 assessment. Fishel, A. G. Gates, A. E. Gerig. A.
. A committee from the Rotary Club Harriss, W. W. Harriss, M. C. Iz Iz-called
called Iz-called and requested that immediate lar Max Israelson, J. C. Johnson. II.

rpnnirs he tx the THtie biobwav C Jones, E. C. Jordan, M. F. Johnson,

south of Belleview in this countv. w- A- KW Louis E. Lang, G. Lid

Mr. W. D. Carn called in regard to don J- H- Livingston, J. A. Luffman,

road serin issued in November 1919. gunman, i.,w. Lutz, a. l.u-

and was referred to Mr. E. W. Jones. cas J- R Martin, W. S. Mead, Willie
f WT T Pa1Koi4 vomi Aaf orl rstt Melson, H. S. Minshall, B. F. Mor-

the. book machine in the tax collector's rison' E- Ed- Morgan, Lee Miller, J
office be repaired, and upon motion, W- Melton, F. H. Meffert, R. A. D
it was so ordered. MacKay, P. G. Murphy, W. F. Mc-

Bond of J. R. Proctor as road over- Ateer, Andrew Donaldson, Oliver Mc-

seer. with A. D. Mitchell and H. rj Donald, William Needham, Joseph

flroff as sureties was accented and Needftam, J. K. Uwens, M. A. UWea!,

F I a -v i ttt r a

approved. isu a. usoorne, w. iu. rainier, j. a.

Bond of L. J: Knight as notary pub- "rKms, riuans. J. f. r-ftunps,

lie with Edward Tucker and Paul w- onaer, j. rw rreer, j. j. ryies,

Simmons was annroved. C. B. Rawls, R. J. Rivers, J. D. Rob

In accordance with Chapter No. enson J- KoaaenDerry, j. a. Kicn-

7334. the board allowed Henuties in w- KafTasi, Kj. u. nose, 2. a.

county offices as follows: aavage jr., v,. r.. oimmons, j. n

Sheriff: One deputy at salary of Pncer, J. J. layior.

$100 per month and reasonable travel- irecmc eoaicK. v.uAn v.uAn-ing
ing v.uAn-ing expenses. thony, H. P. Billingsley, E. J. Beall,

Tax collector: One deputy at salary J- "snop. u. s. cromartie, ts. a.

of $125 per month. mnsDy, j. r. uupree, u. vv. u. uen-

Tax assessor: One deputy at salary nam J- nfly "got.

not exceeding 4100. rrecmci no. a, riemmgxon: k.. j.
& I aT a t tW W aT9 T-l TTi a.

Clerk of the court: One deputy at me v,urry, u. a. rani, k.
I m a aT sr a m at- tt

salary $125 per month; one deputy at news, v.. aa. aiainews, u? n.

salary $100 per month; one person WKMW5- wson, j. u. aiixson,
as extra help that may be required at nv Nettles, J. C. Smoak, J. M. Smith,
not exceeding ?4 per day. Precinct No. 4, Cotton Plant: Curtis
The board recommended to the Carter, H. E. Snowden, Elbert Mills,
comptroller that he allow Mr. S.'B. M- F- Sanders, Morgan Mills, Wm. K
Christian to redeem lots 17 and 18 of Strickland.
Mitchell's revised addition to Ocala Precinct No. 5, Romeo: Frank
at face of certificates and omitted Folks, O. C. Markham, Wm. J. Folks,
years taxes without interest. J- M- Nettles, T. E. Hptchins, R. A.
The board recommended to the Potts,
comptroller that he allow Mr. S. S. Precinct No. 6, Camp Izzard: Sam
Savage Jr. to redeem southwest quar- w- Jordan, R. D. Stokes, J. T. Ross,
ter of block 1 Bline's subdivisioo of James L. Ross.
northeast quarter of northwest quar- Precinct No. 7, Shady: George Buhl,
ter, sec 19 tp 16 r 22, at face of cer- William Jones, Arthur Douglas, Will Will-tificate
tificate Will-tificate and omitted years taxes with- iam Leak, J. M. Goin, W. R. McClen McClen-out
out McClen-out interest. don
TKo Hnanl ;iKH rith the oUrV Precinct No. 8, Summerfield: J. E.

the proposition of his duties and com- Branch, J. M. Harrelson, A. M. Nel Nel-pensation
pensation Nel-pensation for same. The clerk outlined son J Proctor,
the duties and requirements, stating Precinct No. 9. Lake Weir: Frank
that in his opinion $75 per month as Joyner, Robert Marshall. W. A. Math-

clerk to the board and county auditor ews Jnn J- Smith, Robert Martin,
and $60 per' month for the work m John W. Ttllis.'
connection with the financial state- Precinct No. 10, Moss Bluff: G. W.
ment is a just and reasonable compen- Brant Jr., F. G. Deming, William
sation and that contingent upon the Lightfoot, A. M. Morrison, S. A. Mc Mc-acceptance
acceptance Mc-acceptance of his services as above Kinney, J. B. Caldwell Jr., J. P. Holly,
set forth, he would do the work in con- E. L. Martin, S. J. Martin, L. R.
rection with the depository account, Wheeler, C. S. Davis, W. B. Holly. H.
the former work of the county treas- E. Martin, J. M. Mock, A. J. Wood,
urer, at $30 per month. The abore Precinct No. 11. GrahamviHe: W. H.

Associated Press)
New York, Jan. 19. Official confir

mation was lacking early today of the
announcement printed by the New

York Times that the championship
fight between Dempsey and Carpen Carpen-tier
tier Carpen-tier had been definitely called off.
PROMOTERS HAVE PUT UP
THEIR PELF
San Francisco, Jan. 19. Jacx
Kearns, Dempsey's manager, declared
the fight had not been called off, say saying
ing saying that the managers of both fight fighters
ers fighters and the promoters had posted for forfeits.
feits. forfeits. RICKARD DENIES THE RUMOR

New York, Jan. 19. Tex Rickard,

one of the promoters of the fight, de

mod that the bout had been called off.

Dr. Charles Watson Mor em en.
Dental Surgeon

Commercial Bank Building, Ocala,

Fla. Office phone 211; residence

phone 298. 7-tf

Ccrdrey, K. E. Gore, J. C. Hale, C H.

Hogan, Eric R. Mills, E. T. O'Cain. T.

M. Randall, B. G. Smith, E. H. Cot

drey, Wm. O. Gore. R. H. Holly, J. H.

Kelly, W. C. Mason, H. H. Perkins,
W. B. Roberts, W. C. Cason, Wm. E.
Giiggs, Wm. C. Henderson, D. D.
Long, R. J. McDonald, E. O. Powell,
C. Stanaland.
Precinct No. 12, Salt Springs: W.
L. Hastings, W. S. McQuaig, James
T. Wallace.
Precinct No. IS, Fort McCoy: W. H.
Cook, Raleigh Priest, A. 0. Harpe,
L. F. Priest.
Precinct No. 14, Orange Springs: J.
B. Hall, E. H. Hinson.
Precinct No. 15. Linadale: Paul
Hawkins, M. W. Rigdon, Reed Hol Hol-linger,
linger, Hol-linger, Frank E. Riley, C. A. Me Me-Craney.
Craney. Me-Craney. Precinct No. 16, Citra: H. R. Clem-

mons, R. N. Moody, A. J. Douglas,
Stewart Ramey, I. C. Ellis, Robert

Shortridge.

. Precinct No. 17, Anthony: F. W.
Bishop, R. A. Dodd. R. A. Manning,
C. Pasteur, B. G. Cole, W. W. Griffin,

C. R. Murphy. R. B. Dyall, B. F. Mims,

S. J. McQuaig.

Precinct No. 18, Martin: W. A.
Knoblock, I. N. Knohlock, J. E. Tur-

nipseed.

Precinct No. 19, Stanton: Milton E.

Albertson, Robt. D. Douglas, J. E.

Brown, Earl B. Lytle, Alton B. Cog-

gins, Earl E. Reed.

x Precinct No. 20, BHtchton: Beverly
Blitch, O. D. Curry, J. B. George,
Landis Blitch, R. B. Fant. H. F. Mea Mea-ser,
ser, Mea-ser, James Butler, F. E. Fant, C. C.

Rawls Jr.
Precinct No. 21, Belleview: Ray

mond E. Gale, P. A. Liddell. Thos. L.
Hames, A. L. Nott, J. D. HarrelL J.

E. Pelot.

Precinct No, 22. Mcintosh: J. B.

Burry, W. M. Cameron, J. A. Flewel

lyn. F. S. Keep. C. L. Beck, H. L.

Dickson, J. A. Farnback, W. E. Chris
tian, W. J. Edwards, W. N. Gist.

Precinct No. 23, Pedro: S. G. LoveL

Walter Nichols, J. H. Lanier, J. -C

Perry, Willie M. Lewis, Peter Perry.

Precinct No. 24, Dunnellon: A. M.
Brass, O. P. Hood, J. L. Carter, H. J.

Dean.

Precinct No. 25, Candler: H. W.

Baxter, Albert McClain, P. A. Fort,

Jas. L. Gambell, J. N. Marshall.

Precinct No. 26, Sparr: Charles
Boyles, J. L. Grantham, E. L. Riker,
E. C. Beuchler, C H. Luff man. J. E.

Thomas, John F. Carlton, L. H. Martin.

Trecinct Nor 27, Eureka: P. Fry a,

John R. Hogan.

Precinct No. 28, Levon: T. W. Bar-

i

Tu. Vnnwt.. Kn5u;nB v- represenUtive attendance from each

of the city, was quickly destroyed. TheSn f ind
fire then spread across Main street, ft It T w" Tt
It waa only a short time before otherir l wh,ch.ttune P to
fires were reported from all quarters hC Tl?
of the city and rumors of incendiarism i 3?0?Cers the
sens fair was the most successful ia
ere rue. . ...

One fire was in a group of three-' u organization ooVx

story wooden buUdings in the lumber.;! V u -J 4w

district. This blaze began in the rear1 . . A
of one building and in an adjoining f8 t0 to
building the firemen found a flaming 'n r fubsc"Ption when you attend

suitcase in front of the doorway. i.
.irg is simply to make a final report
OSLY FAINT SUSPICION OF IN- r n

CENDIARISM ipian8 for cxt November.
Later: The loss was finally deter-; Officers for the coming year will

mined at upwards of one million. The 'also be elected at this meeting, and

police have only the faintest suspic-. the present staff does not feel justified
ion that the fires were of incendiary in going into session without a large

origin, the the cause of the principal representation from all over the coun-

fires is undetermined. try to assist in filline the offices. Each

J community should feel it incumbent
HONORING MRS. WOLFE on it to send a delegation to the ?eb-
ruary meeting, as this is now a Mar Mar-Mrs.
Mrs. Mar-Mrs. Udolpho Wolfe of New Or-ion 'county institution in fact as well

loans, who is a guest at the home of a? in name .and every citizen should
Mrs. Jack Camp, has been the recip- realize that it is as much his fair as it

iest of many social attentions during is the fair of anyone.

her stay in the city. Among the most j As above stated, there is a hand hand-irformal
irformal hand-irformal an denjoyable affairs compli-( some .balance in the treasury witn

meriting her was the three-table an:-. which to begin operations this season,
tion party at which Mr. and Mrs.' so don't stay away from the coming
Harry Borland were host and hostess meeting for fear that you will be ap ap-Monday
Monday ap-Monday evening, at their home. proached for more funds.
At the conclusion of the games, the Everybody come out and let's hare
guests enjoyed dancing for a time, it "bigger and better" this season
after which a chicken salad and ice j than ever. We have the goods and it
course was served. The following only remains for us to get them to-

were those present: Mr. and Mrs. f ether.

Wolfe, Mr., and Mrs. Frank Logan,
Dr. and .Mrs. H. C. Dozier, Mr. and
Mrs. Frederick Hocker, Mr. and Mrs.

Milby Lloyd, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Camp
and Mrs. Alison Wartmann.

NOTICE

ANNUNZIO RESTDfG

LN A FRENCH VILLAGK fere the meeting,

(Associated Press)
London, Jan. 19. Gabrielle D'An-

nsnzio, who left Fiume yesterday, is

reported en route to a village near
Paris, where he will stay with friends.

SUCH TRAGEDIES ARE

ON THE INCREASE

(Associated Press)
Winchester, Va., Jan. 19. Mrs.

Mary' Glenn Hicks shot and killed
three of her four children early today

The annual meeting of the Lake
Weir Association will be held Tues Tuesday,
day, Tuesday, February the 1st at the club
house at Eastlake at 7:30 p. m to
elect officers and discuss any other

business matters that may come be-

A. N. Cameron,

1-19-wed

Secretary.

Dr. Harry Walters and Mr." W. A.
McGuire of Ocala and Mr. P. P. Mote
of Leesburg lost their overcoats in the
last few days, just when they needed
them most. They lost them thru their
Lad habits of leaving them lying
around loose. A. J. Sims and Albert
Hahn, two of the too many strangers
who have been hanging around town,
are believed by the police to have
taken the coats. They are in jail and
will have a hearing tomorrow. Messrs.
Walters and Mote have recovered

a til. Iinm. fiMr Vara until a cVint

a Tt K.;their coats, but Mr. McOuire. may

Kkui euivi vas-aa muivu 0-a .

lkved she was mentally deranged,

the after affects of a recent attack of

influenza.

Delicate toilet waters that milady

will find pleasing and fragrant at the

Court Pharmacy. 19-6t

BCttf W. J. Piatt, E. W. Cnder, H. L.
Redding, W. T. McDermitt, J. A.
Srroggie.

Precinct No. 29, Kendnck: W. Z.

Bent, M. L. Fennell, H. G. Clark, Er

nest Lee, G. O. Camp, Parker Painter.

Precinct No. 30. Martel: Archie

Cuthm, Joe Seckinger, D. A. Walker,
Aullery French, H. L. Shearer, S. A.

Neal, Willie M. Sotherlon.

Precinct No. 31, Fairfield: I. F.

Brown, H. E. Ford, C. Y. Miller, J. F.

Cherry, E. H. Hopkins, G. A. Osteen,

A. D. Carter, J. A. Jones. 1

Precinct No. 32. Geier: J. J.

Leitner, G. H. Whittmgton, W. D.

Morrison.

Precinct No. 33. Emathla: S. J. Mc-

CuDy, W. B. Rawls, V. M. Seckinger,
V. B. Potts, Wm. R. Roe, Wiley J.
Willis, B. S. Quarterman, J. M. Rawls.

The foregoing list of qualified ju

rors to serve during the year 1921,

have to buy another. There are a good
many tough characters : hanging
around now, and people had best be
carefuL

Federal bread always has thmt
gcod old home-made taste. Try our
cinnamon rolls, too. 19-Ct

Among the late arrivals in the city

to spend the 'remainder of the winter

are Mr. and Mrs. G. S. Ogden of
Hammond, Ind., and their son-in-law
and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. G. J.
Manga n, also of Hammond. They
made the trip in a special six Stude Stude-baker
baker Stude-baker and encountered some of the
worst roads imaginable in Kentucky,
but say their Studebaker negotiated
the bad roads, without any trouble.
Mr. Ogden owns a 50-acre orange
grove at Candler besides other prop property
erty property and it is hoped that the visit of
him and his family to the city this
winter will be so pleasant that it will
materialize in their becoming perma permanent
nent permanent residents. They are located at
the Harrington HalL

At the meeting of Ocala Lodge No.
19. K. of P Monday night, Messrs.
James Gil mo re, G rover Stafford. A.

was selected bythe board of county Burgess. Harley Marsh and Joseph,
commissioners of Marion county, aflIaIevr attained the full honors of
iti regular meeting the first week knighthood

January, 1921, in accordance with
Sections 1570 and 1571, General Sta

tutes of Florida.

The following warrants were order ordered
ed ordered drawn to cover bills duly examined,
passed and ordered paid, to-wit: Road
fund No. 14343 to No. 14352, $147.45.
There being no further business the
board adjourned.
R. B. Meffert, Chairman.
T. D. Lancaster Jr, Clerk.

Judge Bullock was the guest of
honor at the meeting of the Rotary
Club Tuesday, and made a good talk
to the members. The Ladies' Aid
Society of the Presbyterian church
served one of their substantia
hmches.
Good food, carefully cooked, served
quickly, piping hot. Watch for the

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Legal advertisements it legal rates.

This matter of calling the people in
consultation with representatives to
the legislature, in order to ascertain

the wishes of the people, is a splendid

idea, and Marion county citizens gen
erally should accept the invitation.

Senator Trammell's bill to raise in

comes liable to income tax to $15(h)
or more is not a good one. Any single

man .who makes over $1000 a year
can afford to. give at least one week's
wages -toward helping his country

bear its'burden. -'

Governor Cox of Massachusetts
wants public schools to teach children

how to avoid automobile accidents,
Not a bad idea. Times-Union.

We think parents had better turn
their children over to the public

schools, to be brought up.

Gov. Hardee has suspended Andy

Carter ox tne Arcadia Enterprise irom

his job -as fire warden of the evei

glades.? Andy will be better off with without
out without the job,-and the state will be bet better
ter better off if the governor allows the job
to go unfilled. It's a wart on the body
politic.
A mail hi Brooklyn is supposed to
have-'leaped' to his death in front of a
subway 'train "because his rent had
been raised. We had always thought
this particular form of retaliation to
be peculiar' to' the Japanese. Palm
Beach Post.
No; the Japs make rents in their
abdomens with their pocketknives.

Inasnfoch as an "American prin princess"
cess" princess" is said to be footing King Con Con-stantijie's
stantijie's Con-stantijie's pay roll, it's a clever idea
on 'somc1odys part to speak of the
affair -as a Checko-Greek alliance."
OnlyV 'of 'course, Constantine isnt a
Greek.'i-GaineSville Sun.
Why not colonel? He was born in
Greece; Art 1868.

While thte secretary of labor and the
- secretary of state : were "passing the
buck. Lord Mayor O'Callaghan was
passing the' news about Ireland to-the
committee of 100. Orlando Reporter Reporter-Star.
Star. Reporter-Star. ...
f Secretary of state is out on the
Atlantic. O'Callaghan's testimony,
like everything else that comes before
the committee of 100, is under the
suspicion of all real Americans.

We-have read-with much interest
the report in the Metropolis of the
meeting of the editors of the Associated-Dailies
of Florida in Jackson Jacksonville
ville Jacksonville Sunday,, and while sorrowfully
aware we missed a good thing by be being
ing being absent we are glad to know those
present-had-such a good time and
probably by interchange of ideas did
some things-that will be of great benefit-to
their papers and their communities

Mr.-J. C Howell (better known as
Jim) ?is -having considerable success
in raising money for his proposed
motor exhibit, to take through South
Florida. Jim wants to take a bis,
roofed truck.. fill, it with samples of
Morion- produce, and drive it around
through; South Florida, showing the
p4opte?down that way what Marion
can do. .The people should help Jim
out, and right away so be can take
the exhibits to Orlando and Tamna, in
time" for their fairs.

of citizens, .will send him a state statement,
ment, statement, that the matter will be, at

tended to. There is no use to ask out-

council fo do anything to disciplins

the railroads, but the board of trade.

at its last meeting last year, appoint appointed
ed appointed a committee id attend to this very

matter. -The committee hasn't done
anything yet, and we doubt that it
will.

ENCOURAGING AN EDITOR

The Star has received the followiffs?

letter:

St. Petersburg, January 14.
Editor Star: The Art Club of St.

Petersburg is arranging an "editorial
evening" on January 26th in honor cf

Major Lew B. Brown, publisher of the

Evening Independent of this city.

Major Brown is a recognized leader

among Florida newspaper men. To

more appropriately acknowledge his

achievements both as a publisher and

leading citizen of Florida, the Art
Club will hold a special exhibition at
the Florida Art School on this night,
including original magazine and

newspaper illustrations from the Sat

urday Evening Post and the Ladies

Home Journal loaned by the Curtis
Publishing Co. of Philadelphia.

Speeches will be made by Corra

Harris, George Ade, Will Payne and

others of note.

We invite your co-operation in this

event and if you cannot be present,
we would appreciate a message of
greeting from you to Major Brown.

Cordially, Mary M. Kingsley,
Corresponding Secretary.
The Star is glad to know of Mr.
Brown receiving honors. He is doing
a great work for his home town by
publishing a paper that would be b.
credit to a city several times its size.
His policy is always progressive, and
he always stands for what is best in
public affairs. The Star commends
St. Petersburg for commending Mr.
Brown's good work, and hopes he will
receive many such testimonials before
his career closes.

MUST PAY TRIBUTE TO ART

Net In Admiration, But in Current
Coin, Is the Edict of the French
Authorities.

BOMBAY A CITY OF BEGGARS

Government Is Planning Severe Meas Measures
ures Measures to Repress Nuisance That Is
-. Becoming Intolerable.
Some time ago the government of
Bombay appointed a committee to con consider
sider consider and formulate proposals for the
purpose of suggesting practical meas measures
ures measures whereby the ever-growing nuis nuisance
ance nuisance of professional beggary might be
abolished. The committee has now
completed Its investigation and has
Issued a report.
The report shows that there are In
Bombay city alone 5,000 professional
beggars, and the beggars In other
parts bring the total for the presi presidency
dency presidency to over 60,000. The general
conclusions of the committee are that
there must be Introduced at the earli earliest
est earliest opportunity an act for the preven prevention
tion prevention of professional beggary, which
will be applicable to the whole of. the
presidency.
- Sadhus and fakirs, it Is suggested,
should be exempt from the operations
Of the act, which it is proposed should
make begging a cognizable offense.
Those who have visited India win
doubtless recall with feelings of horror
tit tarrlhle alrbts tbv cave witnessed

of beggars," miny of them physical
wrecks and suffering from loathsome
diseases, seated about the roads so soliciting
liciting soliciting alms from passersby. From
the Times of India.

War Maps for Envelops. : j
From the Red Cross Bulletin of the j
Baltic states, published at Riga:

Tne shortage of paper has resulted
tn many novel makeshifts.- One of
these Is the use of German and Rus Russian
sian Russian official war maps as saaterlal for
envelopes.
"Large quantities of war maps of the
Russian, the German- Imperial army
and Bermonf s western volunteer army
were captured by the Letts since their
Independence in November, 1918. They
were sold to private interests, who
make many varieties of envelope from
them. The paper Is of excellent qual quality.
ity. quality. "No attempt was made to remove
the map proper. The maps were sim simply
ply simply folded and cut to size jmd glued.
It la very convenient to open a letter
and find that the Inside of the envelope
Is a map of the district of which the
letter treats.'

Run-down Blood Impoverished
Richmond, Va. "When I was a
girl I became all run-down, my blood

was Impover
is hed and
my complex complexion
ion complexion became
sallow. I also
suffered
from indiges indigestion
tion indigestion and con constipation.
stipation. constipation. I
was extreme extremely
ly extremely nervous
and as mla mla-erab
erab mla-erab leas

one could be when Dr. Pierce's Gold Golden
en Golden Medical Discovery was recom recommended
mended recommended to me. I took about four bot bottles
tles bottles and some of the 'Pleasant Pet
lets' w'.th it. After taking these
medicines I was In better health and
felt better than I had -for several
years." MR 3. C. N. OLIVER. 908
N. 27tb St. All druggists sell Medi Medical
cal Medical Discovery, liquid or tablets.

After all these years of luxurious j
idleness the Venus de Milo must be-

come a wage earner. The authorities
of France have so decreed. And not
only Venus; but Mona Lisa and all the
other celebrities gathered in the
Louvre,- and In the Luxembourg and
, other galleates as well. For the flat
has gone forth recently that hereafter
those who have been accustomed to
visit the museums of Paris day after
day, finding their treasures free as
air, must pay an admission fee. If
yon want to go to admire Venus In her
crimson velvet seclusion you must pay
for the privilege. To be sure, she Is
worth any price, you must admit. And
when you go into the Salon Carre of
the Louvre and stop to meditate about
what the enigmatical Mona Lisa Is
meditating, you must pay for that, too.
Not a separate admission for each de department.
partment. department. No, they are all banded to together
gether together In one big union, as It were,
all those priceless treasures of each
museum, and hereafter they will earn
their keep.

Pilgrims Brought Many.
The Pilgrims, in America were
more Inclined te look after gsstpowder
than books, but several hundred vol volumes
umes volumes were brought1 over on the May Mayflower,
flower, Mayflower, including 400 books owned by
William Brewster, the leader. Sixty Sixty-four
four Sixty-four of : them were In Latin, and a
number of others In Greek and He

brew, while still others were devoted
strictly to systematic theology, vol volumes
umes volumes of controversies with the Roman
church, volumes on toleration,' polemi polemical
cal polemical works, and discussions on the Ref Ref-ormation.
ormation. Ref-ormation. Every family had a Bible,
of course, and everyone read It They
started at the first chapter and read
the book from cover to cover, v
Of 87 Pilgrims the Inventory of
.whose estates Is given la T. G.
Wright's "Literary Culture in Early
New England," not one had teas than
1 worth "of books, and 11 had 5 or
more, though only four of these es estates
tates estates totaled more than 200.

RE A DY FOR BUSINESS
Thursday, Jan. 20, 1921
HUNTER'S CAFETERIA'
MERCHANTS BLOCK, opposite old A. C. L. Depot
Down Goes the High Cost of Eating
"SERVE YOURSELF AND SAVE MONEY"

MENU FOR BREAKFAST

Grape Fruit 10c

Stewed Prunes' 10c

Baked Apples 10c

Grape Nuts, Fresh Milk 10c
Corn Flakes, Fresh Milk 10c
Buttered Toast 10c
Bread and Butter 5c
Hot Biscuit and Butter 10c

Remarkable Thirsts.
Glassblowers are known to drink
from fifty to sixty pints of water dur during
ing during a day's work and to be nothing
the worse ttr it, but they are beaten
by a young and capable worker of
whom a physician reports that he
drank 12 gallons of water a day and a
whole tub ful of it during the night
The public, is cordially invited to at

tend the musicale Thursday evening

at 8 o'clock at the Methodist church,
given by the brotherhood class, of

which Mrs. C. G. Barnett is teacher.

NOTICE

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.

FARM FOR SALE

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

Mr. G. B. Overton is now our
funeral director and embalmer. Night
;hbne. 515, day phone 47.
z5-tf George MacKay & Company.

Oat Meal, Fresh Milk 10c
Oat Meal with Fresh Cream 20c
Wheat Cakes and Syrup 10c
Wheat Cakes and Maple Syrup 20c
Hot Rolls and Butter 10c

EGGS Two hoiled or scrambled with Bread and Butter 25c
EGGS Two Poached on Toast 30c
Bacon and Eggs, bread and butter 40c
Ham and Eggs, bread and butter 40c
MENU FOR DINNER
Roast Beef with Mashed Potatoes 25c
Beef Stew with Vegetables 20c
Boiled Ham Hock and Cabbage 25c
Macaroni and Cheese 20c Mashed Potatoes 10c Candied Yams 10c
Stewed Tomatoes 10c Boiled Cabbage 10c
SPECIALS
OYSTERS One Dozen Fried 50c One Dozen Stewed 40c
Half Dozen Fried 30c Half Dozen Stewed 25c
Oyster Cocktail 25c Plate of Raw 30c

00D FOOD GOOKED CAREFULLY

Try the Cafeteria. It is the quickest, most satisfactory and econom economical
ical economical method of eating. You see what you buy and there is no delay
in serving If you get it at HUNTER'S IT'S GOOD.

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We art closing out our yif PACT
stock of HARNESS Hi LUol
The line consists of
COLLARSBRIDLES, HAMES,
TRACES, Etc.

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Accessories Storage
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A few days ago, the Star puMi -h'
few remarks about conditions at thr
union railway station, and Fi-nt a
marked copy to Mr. A. S. Weils of the
railroad.ncotn miss ion. The Star has
Ztceived a letter from Mr. Wells, sa
ingthaUlf ithedty- council, board of
trade or any other representative body

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Hudnut's Grits and Meal, 7 pounds ....... 25c
Hudnut's Grits and Meal, 15 pounus. 50c
Whole grain Honduras Rice, per pound 11c.
10 pounds for $1.00
Whole grain Blue Rose Rice, 3 pounds 25c;
pounds, 50c; 14 pounds. .... $1.00
Polar White Soap, a very fine Naptha soap
- ior fine as well as ordinary laundry,
3 bars for-25c; 1 dozen for 95c
Lard Compound, per pound - 15c
Pure Lard, one pound 25c; 2 pounds 45c
No. 2 Tomatoes, 1 can 15c; 2 cans 25c; 3
cans 35c; one-half dozen cans 65c
Argo Starch, 3 packages for 25c; 1 dozen
packages....... 95c
All other goods as Low as Good Quality and
and Honest Weights and Measures will per permit.
mit. permit. The above prices include our delivery
service and accounts, weekly or monthly,
if yonr credit is good.
FARMERS' EXCHANGE STORE

Merchants Block

Phone 163

MRS. J. C. JOHNSON
HONORS VISITORS

Mrs. J. C Montgomery of Eliza Eliza-tethtown,
tethtown, Eliza-tethtown, Ky.f who is a visitor in the
city at the home of 'her daughter, Mrs.
Frederick Hocker, and Mrs. M. C.
Barker of Moundsville, W. Va., also
visitor and a guest at the home of her
sister, Mrs. E. G. Peek, were the
honorees at a lovely rook party yes yesterday
terday yesterday afternoon given by Mrs. J. ..
Johnson at her home east of the Ocala

Country Club.
The rooms on the lower floor of this
home were thrown together en suite
for this occasion and quantities of
pink roses, narcissus and ferns were
used in the decorations, which made
a very attractive scene as the four
tables of rook players gathered for
several hours play.
At the conclusion of the games,
Mrs. Johnson assisted by her three
winsome daughters, Barbara Ware,
Mary Willis and Virginia and their
little friend, Elizabeth Dickson, serv served
ed served an appetizing two-course menu,
consisting of fruit salad, olives, sand sandwiches,
wiches, sandwiches, tutti fruiti ice cream, fruit,
pound cake and coffee.
The following ladies were present
beside the hostess and honorees: Mrs.
E. G. Peek, Mrs. E. L. Carney, Mrs.
Frederick Hocker, Mrs. Granville
Watkms, Mrs. J. E. Chace, Mrs. C. L.
Powell -of Lexington, Ky., Mrs. Wal Walter
ter Walter Preer, Mrs. W. T. Gar and sister,

Mrs. Quaintance of Washington, Mrs.
T. P. Drake, Mrs. J. K. Dickson, Mrs.
T. S. Trantham and Miss Musie Bullock.

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Send a Box of Citrus Fruit Home

$2.75

Oranges and Grapefruit
Mixed or Full Boxes - -

Kumquats at 15c per quart
LEAVE ORDER WITH
B. F. CONDON

BUSINESS WOMAN'S CLUB

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.

Carroll Motors Co.

At the regular social meeting of th
Business Woman's Club Tuesday eve evening,
ning, evening, the -following new members
were initiated: Misses Billie Kennedy,
Annie Needham, Anne Pope Eagleton,
Shelton Souter, Louise Toffaletti, Ca Camilla
milla Camilla Smith and. Mrs. Ola Potter.
Miss Onie Chazal presided in the
place of the president, who is out of
town, and welcomed the new members
into the club. After the initiation a
social hour was enjoyed, during which
music, .dancing and rook was indulged
in. Hot coffee, sandwiches and cheese

straws were served during the eve

ning.

Mrs. T. C. Carter had several sur surprises
prises surprises for the club and is was largely
through her thougthfulness that the
evening proved so enjoyable for those
present, and the large number attend attending
ing attending expressed themselves as having
had one of the best times of any of
the club affairs.
Donnie Sims, Reporter.

The grocery bill is an every day affair, you and the
three times a day.

rest of the family eat

A large part of your husbands earning goes to pay the grocery bill.

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We all want to save money. And often the question is asked, how can
we do it? m
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If you are willing to "pay cash ami carry.- these stores offer you the best onnor- :
t unity that we know of to SAVE MONEY. :i:
Every day is special day here. However we have listed in this ad ra few S

extra specials, me prices cn extra specials wui Dc (jood only Saturday afternoon and
during this week, from the 17th, to the 22nd, Inclusive.

EXTRA ADDED ATTRACTION
AT THE TEMPLE THEATER

OCALA,

FLORIDA

TRANSFER
AND
proofSTORAGE

Mr. and Mrs. Woolf, who hav
walked 25,000 miles in the United
States, will show in Ocala Thursday.
The interesting part about this couple
i3 the fact that whenever they saw
t.nything of interest they telegraphed

f o the nearest large city for a moving

picture camera man to come to the
location where they were to take the

picture and include them in it. They
did this in all parts of the United

States and at the completion of their

tiip which took them five years and

fotfr months to accomplish, they join

ed all these different strips of film to
gether. Mrs. Woolf, who is the cham

pion lady walker of the world, delivers
a very interesting talk on the mov

ing pictures. The Woolfs have met
snd were photographed with a number
of our noted people, including Wm. J.
Bryan, Theodore Roosevelt, Mayor
Mitchell of New York and W. S. Hart,
the great western movie star. Also

Incvelty trick violin music. 19-1 1

EXTRA SPECIAL
15c. package Roxane Self Ruing Pancake
Flour, per package
15c. package Roxane Self Rising Buckwheat
Flour, per package '.
REGULAR PRICE
Seven pounds of Hudnut'i Fine or Coarse
Grits for
Seven pounds of Cream or Water Ground
Meal f or
Kice, best Blue Rose
per pound
EXTRA SPECIAL
59c. Jars Royal Scarlet
Pure Fruit Jams
4Sc. Jars Robin Hood
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 Claret te 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
22 c
44c

40c I
lOctife
12o$
19c
20c S
20c

eueys ureen Laoel Tea, jT;
quarter-pound package 1 6vlC ;J

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. 2 tins
25c. value St. Lawrence Brand Sweet
, Mellow Peas, per can

SHINE 'EM UP EXTRA SPECIAL
SH1NOLA Shoe Polish, Black, Brown, Ox 1 P
Blood and White, two 10c tins for. ..... IOC

EXTRA SPECIAL

To, introduce KJngan's Nut Oleomarga

35c. value, per pound
EXTRA SPECIAL,
Pompeian Brand Pure Olive Oil, half pints,
50c value, for
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,
per tin IOC

trine,

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30c B
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39c g
73c
70c 1

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16c U

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 city stores.
MEMW TO1E

CASH AND CARRY
One East and One West City Square Shop at the one nearest yon

WHITE STAR LINE j
Negotiable Storage Receipts Issued on Cotton, Automobiles, Etc

LONG DISTANCE MOVING

Phone 296

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

Tire Prices Reduced
DIAMOND Non-Skid, 30x3. $17 Aft
old price $20 00, now tfil.UV
DIAMOND Plain, 30x3, fl-l C AA
old price $17.60,-now $1MJU
, 6,000 Mile Guarautee
FEDERAL, FISK AND DIAMOND TUBES
NEW PRICES Overhauling Ford motor $16.
Overhauling Ford rear end, $5 for time.
Grinding Ford valves, $3.
DIXIE GARAGE
JASrENGESSER, Proprietor
Phone 258 West Broadway

RENEWED TESTIMONY

No one in Ocala who suffers back

ache, headaches, or distressing urina urinary
ry urinary ills can afford to ignore this Ocala

woman's twice-told story, it is con

firmed testimony that no Ocala resi

dent can doubt.

Mrs. S. E. Fraser, 218 Second St.,

Ocala, says: "When my kidneys got
out of order, I would be so dizzy, I

couldn't walk, straight and there were

times I couldn't get about, owing to

the pain across the small of my back.

There were other distressing symp symptoms
toms symptoms of kidney trouble, too. Doan's

Kidney Pills, whenever used, brought

relief and I gladly recommend them."

(Statement given June 19, 1914.)
On April 16, 1918, Mrs. Fraser add added
ed added "I am stronger in praise of Doan's
Kidney Pills today than ever before,
for they cured me entirely of kidney
trouble."
Price 60c. at all dealers. Don't
simply ask for a kidney remedy get
Doan's Kidney Pills the same that
Mrs. Fraser had. Foster-Milburn Co

Mfrs., BuffaloN. Y, Adv.

10

ODD FELLOWS

Tulula Lodge No. 22, I. O. O. F
)eets every Tuesday evening at the
Odd Fellows hall at the corner of
Fort King Ave. and Osceola street. A

; warm welcome always extended to

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

I Ocala Auto and Garage Company
Successors to Gates Garage
$ We sell Philadelphia Diamond Grid Batteries

. Chandler and Cleveland Automobiles
gj Look at our Used Cars. All are Bargains and Guaranteed as hi resented
i Tires, Tubes, Accessories and Storage.
(
. Cars Washed 1.00 Cars Poll shedSl.OO

JOB DEPARTMENT 1 f:

PHONE 51

K t). BOX 606

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

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First class stove wood only. Quick
de livery. Send postal. L. J. Dankwertz,
Ocala, Fla.. Route A. 15-6t

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

Year
trou-

piHft. Start the New
right ix your eyei

UJF-ble you, have them ex ex-srSE
srSE ex-srSE amined. Make this your
JM resolution for 192L
DR. K. J. WEIHE, :
Optometrist and Optician
Eyesight Spedaliat

Have your old mirrors renrilvered.
We do it promptly and at reasonable
prices. AU work guaranteed. Ocala
Mirror and Plating Works, Walter
longe, proprietor. Phone 04. 17-tf

:C. fecil Bryant!
' Accoonlisg and Acditisg
-PHONE 332 :

-The high cost of living will drop as
soon as the CAFETEEIA opens, tf
Prompt service and fair prices"
cur motto. Cook's Market and Groc Groc-ij.
ij. Groc-ij. Phone 243. 7-tf



OCA LA EVENING STAR, WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 19, 1921

f

V

FRANK'S

Re-Adjustment
Sale is now
going on.

If You Don't Attend

Yi

ou re

Losing

rtumty.

A Big

Oppo

Many of the Prices Are
Below Wholesale Cost.

QCAIA 0HCES

If you have any
phone to five-one.

society items,

R. S. Hall's service station is rap
idly nearing completion.
Mr. Harold Fuchs of Tampa is a
business visitor in town for a few

idays.

Mr. W. W. Martin has
from a brief business visit
scnville".

returned
to Jack-

Serve yourself and save money at
Hunter's Cafeteria. tf

j Mr. Alfred Green of Daytona, will
( arrive in the city next week for" a visit
iwith relatives and friends.

I Mrs. J. A. Dean of Michigan, but
wintering at Fruitland Park, is a vis vis-litor
litor vis-litor in, the city for the day.

; If you are not using Federal bread,
csk your neighbor how she lives it.

then give it a trial. 19-6t

FRANK'S

The Fashion Center'

Mr. Louis Hooks of Butler, Pa., has
aTived in the city for a visit ,at the

home of his sister, Mrs. Paul Durano.

Miss Elizabeth Yowell of Orlando,
will conclude a delightful visit in the
city Saturday, as the guest of Miss
Eloise Henry.

In Judge Futch's court this morn

ing, ike tiordon, ox near r lemington,

tried on a charge of drunkenness, was

sentenced to three months labor and

a fine of $200.

Sheriff Thomas is feeling good to

day. He was informed this morning

that Sheriff Bowden of. Citrus county
had arrested Alfred Hicks, the tough
negro, who Mr. Thomas, as city mar marshal,
shal, marshal, about three months ago, had to
shoot, and who later escaped from the
colored hospital Alfred will be

brought to Ocala for trial. We are
afraid if Alfred ever runs against
another officer he will be shot all to
pieces.

Yesterday afternoon the Christian

Aid Society held an interesting meet

ing at the church. An election of of officers
ficers officers took place and the following
weer those elected: Mrs. B. F. Bor Borden,
den, Borden, president; Mrs. E. H. Martin, vice

president, and Mrs. J. R. Jordan, sec secretary
retary secretary and treasurer. At the conclu

sion of the discussion of business

matters refreshments were served.

Next Tuesday afternoon at 3 o'clock

when this society meets at the church

Miss Mamie Taylor will be hostess.

Salt and fresh water fish, oysters,
shrimp, etc., at CITY FISH MARKET,
Ft. King Ave., phone 158. 27-tf

To guard against colds and other

j infections make a practice of using a

daily gargle. Get an atomizer at the
Court Pharmacy. 19-6t

Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Merrill are en

'tcrtaining at their home on East

Adams street, Mr. and Mrs. Edward
Bloomheiser of Ohio.

Mr. and Mrs. Jack Camp and guest,
Mrs. Udolpho Wolfe of New Orleans,

a ill leave Saturday morning by auto-
' mobile for a week's tour down the
i
east coast.

After several days visit in the city
on professional business, Messrs. W.
W. Hampton Sr. and W. W. Hampton

Jr., of Gainesville, Mr. George Mason

of Jacksonville and Messrs. Lee Gra Graham
ham Graham and H. E. Taylor of Gainesville
and Mr. J. R. Williams of Ci.tra, have

returned to their respective homes

inese gentlemen were interested in
the case of the First National Bank
of Gainesville vs. J. R. Williams, and

a verdict was rendered in favor of Mr.

Williams.

Don't fail to visit the Guarantee

Clothing & Shoe Company. Every

thing we sell is guaranteed. We're
fighting for QUALITY not prices, tf

Fresh oysters and full line of fresh

vegetables and fruits at all times.

Cook's Market and Grocery. Phone

43. 7-tf

Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Kilmer

j Unity, Pa., are winter visitors in the
Icity and are comfortably located n
apartments at the Anthony house on

'Sanchez street.

THE WINDSOR HOTEL

JACKSONVILLE, EfcORIDA
In the heart, of the city with Hemming Park for a front

Every modern convenience in each room. Dining
second to none

yard.

room service is

ROBERT ALt MEYER,
Manager.

J. E. KAVANAUGH
Proprietor.

Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Beuchler have

'as their guests at their home on the

Anthony Farms the former's mother

and sister. Miss Ellen 1 Beuchler of

Leesburg, Va.

Dont fail to visit the Guarantee
Clothing & Shoe Company. Every Everything
thing Everything we sell is guaranteed. We're

fishtine for QUALITY -not prices, tf

Mrs. B. L. Hooks of Butler, Penna

who is spending the winter in the city
at the home of her daughter, Mrs. P.
A. Durand, is considerably better aft after
er after a week's illness.

The handsome little bungalow being

put up by Carl Ray and John Thomson

out on East Fort King is about two-

thirds complete. It and its prototype,

Ii. Moremen's neat and convenient

home next to it, are fine specimens of

this sort of architecture, which make
the best of residences for a medium medium-sized
sized medium-sized family. We would be glad if all
the vacant ground along Fort King

was lined with these pretty bunga bungalows.
lows. bungalows. They would not long lack tenants.

Watch for the opening of Hunter's
Cafeteria. It will save you money, tf

Pain iixSide, back
and Head
Jamestown. La. "I have used Dr.
Pierce's Favorit Prescription for

years and find
it does me
more good
than any other
medicine I ever
used. I 'suf 'suffered
fered 'suffered with my,
right side, back
and head. A
friend of mine
told me to try
Dr. Pierce's Fa Favorite
vorite Favorite Prescrip Prescription
tion Prescription and it did

me so much good I never get tired
of praisins it. for I believe it saved
my life I tried several doctors
but none of thrm telrd me Not
I enjoy roo. i t Vz. IDA YOUNG YOUNG-ELOOD
ELOOD YOUNG-ELOOD Sen i -.- Dr. Pierce, Bi Bi-faio.
faio. Bi-faio. N. Y.. for a iii.il

nun in planting the trees. Mr.. Winer
moved that request be granted, t

Report of rest room for December

jead and filed for information.

The following report was read and

accepted:

The undersigned special committee

appointed in the matter of the ex exchange
change exchange of properties with Mr. John

Taylor and the city of Ocala beg t
rc-port that we reeommend that the
c'ty of Ocala accept the last propo

sition of Mr. Taylor made by him at

the meeting of the council on Januarv

4th, 1921, provided Mr. Taylor will
pay the surveying bill incurred by the

city of $30. B. Goldman,

, Chas. E. Simmons,
Special Committee.
Fifth payment of S712.50 on con

tact 378A of Burford. Hall & Smith
ordered paid, all members voting yea
upon roll call.

The rules were waived and an ordi

nance fixing the license tax to be paid

by itinerant vendors or solicitors for
subscriptions for magazines, newspa newspapers,
pers, newspapers, periodicals or publications of
ar.y character; requiring such vendors
or solicitors to give and file with the

city clerk a satisfactory bond in thej

su mof S2o0 for the faithful perform performance
ance performance of all contracts and providing
penalty for its violation, was placed

upon second reading., read and adopt

ed by sections. Upon motion dulv
carried placed unon third and final

reading, read by title N and adopted,
upon roll call, all members voting in
favor of passage of same.
Certain anDroved bills were ordered
paid.
City attorney was instructed to pre prepare
pare prepare deed to Eugene Crosby for lot
on Blitchton road and president of the
council and mayor authorized to exe

cute same.

W. A. Tinsman submitted bid for
concrete footings for white way light lighting.
ing. lighting. It was the sense of the council
that other bids be secured.
Council thereupon adjourned until

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

Rates: Six line, maximum, one tine,
25c; three times. 50c; six times, 75.;
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

I OR SALE One 1920 Buick touring
car in perfect condition, also one
1917 Dodge. Apply Box 640, Mic Mic-anopy,
anopy, Mic-anopy, Fla. nt

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. 3t

V'ANTED 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. islat
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-
ry Burnett's tcilor shop or phone
316. i3t.

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

The Eastern Star sewing circle met
Wednesday afternoon with its newly
elected nresident. Mrs. W.- R. Brvce.

There were fifteen members present. lrext regular meeting

Work was given to all present and
plans were made for the year. After
a couple of hours of .work, the .hos .hostess,
tess, .hostess, assisted by her two attractive
daughters, Misses Mary and Edna
Bryce, served delicious sandwiches,

tea, cheese and fruit cake. Everyone

expressed themselves as having spent

most enjoyable afternoon. Mrs. B.

F. Condon invited the circle to meet

with her in two weeks.

WANTED Stenographic or book bookkeeping
keeping bookkeeping position. Experienced; good
references. Situation in Ocala pre-,
ferred. Address R. R. Ragsdale, 24
Ray street. 17-3t

rOR RENT Comfortable and large
' rooms nicely furnished. Apply 504
Oklawaha avenue. 17-Ct
FOR SALE Ford touring car. Runs
like new and looks like new. Two
extra tires. Price $250. Address
Box 93, Ocala, Fla. 13-t

MAPS OF OCALA

We have prepared a number of blue print
maps of Ocala, showing the various subdivisions,
lots and blocks of the city.
Buy a map and know your home town.
Florida Title & Abstract Corp.

& 9 Oklawaha Ave.
'Ml

ii h jftk. jl. -jfti .jfc j. Jb .j. .BwrpApw Ri?.

' George Chambers left today for the
government hospital at Greenville, S.
C. The friends, of which George ha3
mfcny in Ocala, hope he will be great greatly
ly greatly benefited by his treatment at
Grtenville.

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

WMIAM A. TINSMAN
CONTRACTOR
V
Estimates Given Free
Phone 526 Ocala. Fla.

J. D. DAWKINS
ALL KINDS OF
FRESH MEATS, FISH'
and OYSTERS t
jEVERY
TUESDAY and FRIDAY
Phone 519
111 W. Broadway

L. ALEXANDER
PRACTICAL CARPENTER AND
BUILDER'
Careful estimates made on all cot.

tract work. Gives more and better

work fr the money than any other
contractor in the city.

Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Phillips of Van-

dergrift, Pa., have arrived in Ocala to

spend the remainder of the winter.

They are keeping house in a cottage

on the Anthony road just this side of

the E. C. Smith residence.

Mr. D. F. Simmons of Citra, Mr.
E. K. Pedrick, Eastlake, Mr. R. L.
Clyburn and daughters, Mrs. Adkins
and Mrs. Tyler of Summerfield, and

Mrs. C. W. Quick of Candler, were
well known shoppers spending the day

in town yesterday.

A smile costs nothing; greet your

neighbor with one often and show

your neighborly interest by telling
them that FEDERAL bread is the

rest made. 19-6t

LIFE

FIRE

. A. E. GERIG
INSURANCE
Ocala, Florida

1

Dont 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

ACCIDENT AUTOMOBILE

Miss Eloise Henry leaves Saturday

for a three weeks' visit at Anderson,

S. C. On her return home she will be

accompanied by Miss Catherine Wil Wil-heit,
heit, Wil-heit, who will be remembered very
pleasantly in this city, having visited

Miss Henry last year.

Berlin-Jones and Crane's box sta stationery
tionery stationery in endless variety at the
Court Pharmacy. Phone 284. 19-t

Seafood, always to be had fresh at

3ty FISH Market, 9 Ft. King Ave. tf

LOCAL LEGISLATION
The council met at the city

hall

FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE 20 20-acres
acres 20-acres fine rolling land, 8J miles out
near Orange avenue. Excellent well,
plenty of timler. Price right. Will
consider 5-passenger auto or 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." care
Ocala Evening Star. 3-18L.

Mr. Edmund Martin is in Jackson-

iviile attending the ljfe insurance con-
- grass that is being held at the Semi-
They are all doing it. The cafeteria nole hotel. Mr. Martin is a guest oi
idea will save you money and save the Mutual Benefit Life Insurance
you time. Watch for the opening of Company, which he represents in this
Hunter's Cafeteria. tf city and section.

Tuesday evening with Councflmen Mc-

Iver, Goldman, Simmons and Winer
present. Meeting called to order by
President Mclver. Minutes of last

regular meeting read and approved.

Mrs. Rex Todd appeared in the in

terest of a tennis court at the high
school, asking that the city haul lime
rock for same. It was moved by Mr.
Goldman, seconded by Mr. Simmons,
and carried that this work be done as
soon as the street department can get

to it.

Request of the Star Publishing Co.

to be allowed to pay minimum charge

of $1.25 per month or $21.88, instead
of $93.20 as per bill rendered wa
granted.

Messrs. R. F. and O. EL Rogers ap

peared and requested that light and

water lines be extended on Orange
avenue. Matter was referred to Mr.

McKenzie to get up estimate of cost

of same.

It was agreed that S. H. Christian

be allowed to redeem lots 17 and 18
Mitchell's revised plat and lot 4 of S.

J. Green's add, upon payment of face

value together with one-half regular
interest, provided redemption is made

within ten days.

Proposition of D. Niel Ferguson, at

torney, to redeem lot 1 block 38 Old

Survey, Ocala, at valuation of $2000

instead of $3000, was agreed to.

Report of Manager McKenzie for
light, water, street and sanitary de departments
partments departments for December read and ac accepted.
cepted. accepted. Mrs. C. R. Tvdines and Mrs. H. C.

Dvzier were present in regard to
beautifying city's property near the
union station, stating they had secur secured
ed secured funds for the purchase of palm

for the strips of land and asked for

the services of one of the city's street

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

ced of expert

VULCANIZING
Make it your chief aim to come to see

5. Our work is guaranteed.
BLALQCK BROS.
PHONE 78
Corner Main and, Oklawaha

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

FOR SALE Thoroughbred Aire-
dale puppies, the paragon of all

dogs. A grand litter from register registered
ed registered American Kennel Club champion
stock. The ideal dog for home, field
or farm. These puppies are two
months old; black saddle and dark
brown points, healthy, playful, rol rollicking
licking rollicking bunch. Certified pedigree
given. R. A. Lawrence, 118 Daugh Daugh-erty
erty Daugh-erty SL, Ocala, Fla. 19-2t

its

units

Arrival and departure of paseensst
trafns at OCALA UNION STATION
The following schedule figures pub published
lished published as information and not guar guaranteed.
anteed. guaranteed. (Eastern Standard Time)
SEABOARD AIR LINE RAILROAH

Lea e
:15 m
:55 pm
' :17 pm

Arrive
2:10 am
1:34 am
4:15 pm

Jacksonville-N'York
Jacksonville
Jacksonville
Tamna-

2:15 am Manatee- 4:05 jm.
St. Petermire
: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. R.
Leave Arrive
2:12 pm Jacksonville-NTork 2:48 am
1:45 pm Jksonville-Gamsville 3:35 cir
6:42 am Jksonville-Gnesville 10:13 on,
2:4$ am StPetsbrg-Lakeland 2:12 sti
3:35 pm St.Petibrg -Lakeland 1 25 rm
7:10 am Dunnellon-Wilcox
7;2T. am Danellon-Lkeland 11:03 m
3:2C pm Homosassj 1:30 pm
10:12' Leesbun: "-42 are
l:;itn GaireviHe llrfrftani
Monday. .Wednesday. Friday.
"Tnesda?. Thur?djT. Satstd?

BOARD AND ROOMS For two men
in private family. Hot and cold run running
ning running water in rooms. Call at No. 22
North Sanchez St. Mrs. F. W. Brod Broderick,
erick, Broderick, phone 306. 19-St,.
WOOD Giles Wood Yard. Seasoned'
oak or pine wood for either stove or
fireplace, $1 and $2 per load. Yardr
comer South Main and Third Sta.
Phone 112. 1-19-lm

FOR SALE 1917 Ford roadster in in-good
good in-good condition, price $250; 1917.
Ford touring car in good condition,
price $350; 1919 Ford roadster in.
fine condition with good tires, price
- $325. James Engesser, Ocala. 19-6t
Meet me at the American Cafe,
Union Station. Ocala. for a regular
dinner family style. Best dinner in
the state for 75c Eat and drink all
you want. Time for dinner 11 a. m. to
2:30 p. m. Owned and operated by
Americans. tf

Our box candies are bound to please
anyone. Norn's and Crown Log Cabin
rolls. The Court Pharmacy. 19-t

CYLINDER REBOIMG
MACHINE
For All Cars
EFFICIENT WORKMEN.
PROMPT SERVICE
REASONABLE CHARGES
GEO. J. WILLIAMS
Formerly Carroll Motor Company
Garage, Osceola St.-
Phone 597 NIfjbt4C3



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