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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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29.187778 x -82.130556 ( Place of Publication )

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Began in 1895; ceased in 1943.
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Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 5 (June 24, 1895).
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TEMPERATURES
WEATHER FORECAST
r This morning 51.
I This afternoon, 59-
Cloudy tonight and Friday; 'warmer
in extreme north portion.
VOL 27
OCALA. FLORIDA. THURSDAY, JANUARY 20, 1921.
NO, IG
GOOD HEWS FOR
THE TAXPAYERS
MMEI1SE AM0UI1T
CARRIED OFF
L
RITO THE
SECRETARY 1111
BOOST FOR A GOOD
SEAS01I OF BALL
I

NING

OCALA

IHIIIG PACKING
RIS TRUNK TODAY

COTTOfl INDUSTRY
PAYS GOOD WAGES

A

LYIICHC

UPHOLDS POST

Borah's Resolution for Negotiations
Between Naval Powers Favorably
Reported to the Senate

Boy Bandits of Chicago Captured at

Least Seventy-Eight Thousand
Dollars in Bonds

( Associated Press)
Chicago, Jan. 20. Securities val valued
ued valued at $78,000 were taken in the mail
truck robbery here Tuesday morning,

bond houses announce. Postal offi-

Associated Press)
Washington, Jan. 20. Senator
Borah's resolution proposing negotia negotiations
tions negotiations for reduction of naval building
by the United States, Great Britain

w A T A nA M U7tt 0 t O Kl XT loiVirtP1 T A

Wilt m sjii Tcao i w v i a, Tl
day by the Senate foreign relations jcials have made no statement. Reports
committee. persist that the bandits got as mush
Instead of the original proposal thatias haif a million.

th negotiations look to a reduction

of fifty per cent in future building
for five years, the committee proposed
that the negotiations provide for such
reductions as can be agreed upon.

MEMORIAL TEA

Nine Alabama National Guardsmen
Have Gotten Themselves Into
Serious Trouble

(Associated Press)

Head of the Labor Department Not
Much Better than a Radical
Himself

Jasper, Ala, Jan. 20. The special

(Associated Press)
.Washington, Jan. 20. Defense of

grand jury investigating the lynching the department of labor dealing with
of William Baird. a miner, continued J radical aliens and complete endorse endorse-its
its endorse-its work today, although it returned ; ment of Assistant Secretary -Post's
indictments yesterday against nine j rvork were made today by Secretary
members of the Alabama National j Wilson in a statement replying to an

Guard. No further report is expected : attack on Mr. Post. by the executive !v:lle, and will arrive in St. Augustine

before tomorrow, but it is understood committee of the American Legion. Saturday morning.

Will Leave Tonight for Florida, Go Going
ing Going by Cincinnati, Atlanta and
Jacksonville to Augustine

(Associated Press)
Marion, O., Jan. 20. President Presidentelect
elect Presidentelect Harding packed his trunk today
preparatory to leaving shortly after
midnight for Florida. Mr. Harding's
train will go by ColumTTus, Cincinnati,
Chattanooga, Atlanta and Jackson-

The tea at the home of. Mrs,
s

jWhaley yesterday afternoon,

S. R.
whica

tne jurors are inquiring into the alle

gations of members of Company M

that others than those already indict indicted
ed indicted had knowledge of the plans of

those who actually lynched Baird.

BRITISH BURN TWO BUILDINGS 'the Daughters of the Conferenacy

gave, was a very interesting and en-4

joyable gathering.
This January 19th meeting was to
celebrate the birthdays of Robert E.

SUGAR SATURDAY AND MONDAY

Soldiers Had Been Fired on
-Their Shelter Saturday

From

y i t 01 ti c 4. ?;i Le, which comes on the 19th, that of
Cork, Jan. 20. The first official ot
. , 'Stonewall Jackson on the 21st and
destruction for attacks on the crown , .
i j that of Matthew Fontaine Maury, on
forces in Cork was earned out this , ... .

morning when two houses in Wash
ington street where two soldiers wer;

12 pounds of sugar for one dollar,

w.th a dollar s worth of other groc groceries
eries groceries for cash, Saturday and Monday
oniy. Phone 377.

dly-3t-tf H. B. WHITTINGTON.

the 14th all Virginians

Rev. W. F. Creson of the Presby Presbyterian
terian Presbyterian church, made an eloquent tahc
on the lives of these three distinguish distinguished
ed distinguished sons of the South. Mrs. H. H. Black
rendered several vocal solos, which
were much njoyed. Mrs. F. B. Ware,
who is a talented musician, delighted

j these present with several piano se-
'lections. Mrs. A. A. Winer gave a

BY JAP HEIR APPARENT rcadm on, Stonewall Jackson which
was exceedingly interesting and the

instrumental numbers by Misses Olive
Whaley and Elizabeth Wetherbee re received
ceived received merited applause." Mrs. Susan

attacked Saturday, were destroyed by
the military forces. The military au authorities
thorities authorities assert the soldiers were fired
on for six houses and that those se selected
lected selected for destruction were the "two
worst."

anyone. Norris and Crown Log Cabin The Dozier home fof thig

rolls. The Court Pharmacy.

AMERICA WILL BE VISITED

(Associated Pressi
.Tokio, Jan. 20. Prince Hirohito,

.mi i.: a Saunders, a real mother of the Con-

federacy, played

tfin in I .nnrlnn nriH nthpr Knrnnpan

capitals next spring, according to artily cheered

local newspapers.

MEDALS AWARDED BY
CARNEGIE COMMISSION

Associated Press)
Pittsburg, Jan. 20: One

medal and 25 bronze medals were
awarded for acts of heroism by the

Carnegie" Hero Fund commission

"Dixie" and was
All the numbers on

the program were exceptionally en-

! joyable and each performer responded
with an appropriate encore.
The Whaley home, besides being at attractively
tractively attractively decorated with flowers and

ferns, was ornamented with a large
nicture of General Lee. which was

silver i

draped in the oontederate colors.

Mrs. E. L. Carney, the historian of

f Djckison chapter, presided over this

entertainment, wnicn was tnorougniy

a wis! ivinfAi avt af r rw haia VActar

xi:. u v i.,.. enjoyable from start to finish.

UaV Aiiiv ui Lite iicxueo ivoi. nit 1 1 , m
.. .. Mrs. Whalev at the conclusion of

lives in attempting to save otner per persons,
sons, persons, and to their dependents the com-.

mission gave adequate financial as assistance.
sistance. assistance. The silver medal was given to Har Harry
ry Harry E. Brader, 924 Wyoming avenue,

A VI A A W OHTVM hall
Eddy from drowning at Lalceton, Pa., fc

August 22, 1917.

Mrs. Whaley at the

the program served tea' and wafers.

A pansy was placed on theplate of
each guest as a souvenir of the oc occasion.
casion. occasion. Assisting Mrs. Whaley in
serving were Misses Olive Whaley,

Elizabeth Wetherbee and Natalie Min

BLITCHTON

SUGAR SATURDAY AND MONDAY

Blitchton, Jan. 1. Miss Oda Blitch
end Messrs. Land is and Loonis Blitch
accompanied the Fellowship girls' and
boys basket ball teams to Fairfield
'Saturday afternoon for their games
with the school teams.
Our farmers made about 100 bar barrels
rels barrels of syrup this season and are plan plan-ring
ring plan-ring to make more another year.
Mr. Norris Lanier of Standard call called
ed called this week in the interest of his race

in the Star contest.
Mr. and Mrs. B. C. Blitch, Messrs.;
B. C. Blitch Jr., Fenton Blitch and
Leslie Prisoc visited our county -seat
Monday.
- Mr. J. W. Coulter .visited Ocala
Saturday and returned with a truck
of goods for his store. I
. 1 j
BUMPER CORN CROP
HARVESTED IN 1920

12 pounds of sugar for one dollar,

with a dollar's worth of other groe

eries for cash, Saturday and Monday

only. Phone 377.
dly-3t-tf.H. B. WHITTINGTON.

CHESS COMES EASY TO HIM

Youthful Prodigy Declares There
Nothing Wonderful About His
Mastership of Game.

It

(Associated Press)

Washington, Jan. 20. 1920 was the
greatest corn year in the history of
the country, according to the records;
of the department of agriculture. Be-!
sides growing a record crop of 3,232,- j
367,000 bushels, the farmers estah-j
lished a new record for average yield
per acre with 30.9 bushels, the second'
time in history that the country's
average yield wane past 30 bushels.

Chess is the easiest game In the
world to me. During the long dull
days of the war my father used to
play all the time with hls friends. At
first I- did not -understand what the
chessmen were for, and wondered

why father would sit for hours and

gaze at the board with Its funny-look

lng pieces. One day when I did not
want to go out andplay I watched

him play his game. I became Inter

ested. I bothered my father so with

questions that he chased me out of the

game as soon as he was through

Mr. C. W. Hunter put his cafeteria
Into operation this morning, and the
Innovation has been favorably receiv received
ed received by his customers. It js the pioneer ?
cafeteria, of Ocala. People go in,
pick up. a tray, knife, fork and spoon
at the beginning of the line of opera operations
tions operations and then go to the counter to
choose what they want. The price of
everything is set forth in large-'
lettered signs on and behind the coun-!
ter. and the customer can pick cm,
what he wants and have it served to
him hot in a verv short time. He can
then take his food to the nearest table
and eat at his leisure. It is a very
satisfactory arrangement the cus-'(
tomers wait on themselves and in re-'
turn obtain their food at a lower rate.
Of course, people who want regular
dinners served in the old-fashioned

way can also be' accommodated.

GREGORY MUST GO
Deportation of Gregory Weinstein,
chancellor of the 'Russian soviet bu bureau
reau bureau in the United States was order ordered
ed ordered today by Secretary Wilson of the
labor department.

AUCTION PARTY

Our box candies are bound to please

Mrs. Udolpho Wolfe of New Orleans
v.as again the honor guest last eve-

jning at one of the most enjoyable so social
cial social affairs ofthe week when Dr. and
"Mrs. H. C. Dozier entertained three

tables of auction players at their home

on Oklawaha avenue.

19-6t

SCHUBERT DIED IN POVERTY

Estate ef the Great Musician Was Es

timated at Hla Demise to Amount
to About $17.

Lawrence Oilman writes as follows

regarding the poverty of Franz Schu Schubert
bert Schubert (1797-1828), one of the greatest
and most Inspired composers the
world ever knew, says the Denver

News.

"Schubert, who was almost the age

of his contemporary, Shelley, com-

MARRIAGE OF PEGGY MARSH

To Brother of Late Tom Johnson has

Just Become Known

(Associated Press;
New York, Jan. 20. The marriage
of Peggy Marsh, the English actress,
lo Albert L. Johnson, brother of the
late Tom Johnson, former mayor of
Cleveland, occurred at Greenwich,
Conn., January 5th, it became known
today. The actress came to this coun country
try country a few weeks ago and announced
the would institute legal proceedings
to obtain part of the fortune 'of the
late Henry Field, second, of Chicago,
in behalf of her son, Henry Anthony
Marsh.

BELLEVIEW

I

was made unusually attractive by
quantities of bright flowers which
were tastily placed in vases about the

rooms where the guests assembled for

the games. At the conclusion of the
games it was found that Mr. Frank

Logan held the highest score and he

;was presented with a deck of playing

A a 1

. I,M?I"",M ll ca1."lYork and are enjoying the winter in
Mrs. Dozier presented by Wolfe with thejr tt Hule bun&alow.
a dainty vanity carrier. 1 Mr. John Kidd was a business caller
A short time before the guests de- L T ,ast week

1 r. 1"U,T. V , serTea' Rev. Jones preached

i-uiisisiiiiK vi a cnicKen saiaa course
and ice cream.

The following were those

Belleview, Jan. 19. Mr. and Mrs.
Eddie Armstrong and Mrs. George

jGrunthal came Tuesday from New

posed his B minor symphony In the me ionowing were those present

year of Shelley's death. Like Shelley, at this informal and congenial gather

at Candler

tfunday morning.

Mr. and Mrs, R. T. Freeman, Miss
Ethel Freeman and Mr. Rex Nichols
spent a very enjoyable day at Silver

In Spite of the Recent Cut It Gives

an Immense Amount More than
was Paid in 1913 or 1818

(Associated Press)
Washington, Jan. 20. A depart

ment of labor statistical table showj
that if a maximum wage cut of 22 Vi
per cent is applied generally in the

cotton milling industry to the 1920
wage scales, it would still leave the

hourly wage 250 per cent higher than
that which prevailed in 1913 or 125
per cent higher than that of 1918.

Aa Energetic Bunch is at Work to
Secure a Soauter of Sport
for Ocala
The reporter for the young men
who are trying to organize baseball
for the ensuing season handed in the
following this morning:
Are You a Booster or a Slacker?
A meeting was held last night in
, i r i i

uic imnuu u iisas rooms ty ine
baseball fans of Ocala, for the pur

pose of adopting a constitution and

by-laws for the Ocala Baseball Asso

ciation. The constitution and by-laws

drawn by the committee were read

and adopted.' Owing to the small at

tendance, temporary officers oniy

were elected.

Man V miestions a tn th eira nil

T J T- n T I "

loieao, wan. reparations ior nnmK.r ftf in

U : u.: r i --v I --

TRYING TO FEED THE

UNEMPLOYED OF TOLEDO
(Associated Press)

wiiere thousands of Toledo unemploy-l

length of the season, also the manner
in which the Srwiatirn mvnM rica

ed may be fed were made. today. The , t((W1A .
-. . I the necessary $4000 to carry the team
city is facing the most senous unem-Lu K ,.,,

r: v : Mght up and discussed.

.ciijr mw iiicii nuu virui wiuiouil

bteakfast were at the Social Service

Leesburg, like many other towns in

Federation headquarters this morning I u for

pleading for immediate work.

seventy-five were given jobs,

Only

FIVE CENTS A LOAF

FOR BREAD IN NEW YORK

(New York Times)

The 5-cent loaf -of bread, which dis

appeared early in the war under

steady advance in the price of a loaf

tc more than double, with a percept

title diminution in quality, has return returned.
ed. returned. And it is here to stay, say ths

markers. Furthermore, they boast
that even at this price they are able

'.i to make a profit of 1H to 2 cents on

raised the money and will have a good
team. Now it is up to the male citi citizens
zens citizens of Ocala to boost their home
team. Don't slack. Next summer you
will want a good team playing under

the Ocala name. Now is he time to
prepare for the summer entertainment.

The present association members

want to see all the white citizens

present next Wednesday night, Jan.
2Gth, at the Board of Trade hall. We

want to elect our president and other.

officers for the year 1921. A good

baseball team advertises your city.
Remember that.

he was too well beloved of the god9; ing: Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Camp, Mr.R o.inV
Shelley died at thirty. Schubert at ard Mrs. Jack Camp, Mr. and Mrs.hPw T
thtrtv-mio H was fnur-fifrtiH Deasant t- 1. -j t -ur- ana irs. i. i.

Frank Logan, Mr. and Mrs. Harvey

Clark, Mrs. Udolpho Wolfe, Mrs. Har-

thirty-one. He was four-fifths peasant
and he sang like a rustic angel. When

ftiA t I av4 Via KaK I si Kim napcnnul

eflfeet? valued at a little over $12 and
some of the loveliest music in exist-
ence. A few coats, waistcoats, trousers, OLD CHRISTY MATHEWSON

shoes, shirts, cravats, handkerchiefs.

socks, one hat, one towel, one sheet.

two bedcases, one mattress, one bol

ster, one quilt and a quantity of manu

scripts appraised by the official inven

tory at ten florins (about $4.80), con

stituted his material

ON THE MEND AGAIN

i Associated Press)
New York, Jan. 20. Christy Math Math-ewson,
ewson, Math-ewson, the famous baseball pitcher,

possessions. ;Vho has been seriously ill with tuber

Within a year of his death he had bulosis at Saranac Lake for the last
been unable to afford a 17-cent dianer ( seven months and unable to see any
and he was selling some of the great- Cne but his wife and physicians, has
est songs ever written for the lO'-'O 'imnroved to such an -extent that he

price of four subway tickets. As Sir
George Grove observes, 'beside this,
the poverty of Mozart the first of the
two great musicians whom Vienna has
allowed to starve was wraith. Sir
George is exercised because he can
find !n Schubert no trace of formal or
dogmatic religion.' No doubt a life lifetime
time lifetime of privation and neglect and a
miserable deathbed should dispose a
man toward 'formal or dogmatic re religion,'
ligion,' religion,' and develop a spirit of humble
gratitude for so Instructive an experi experience
ence experience of tne.way8 of Providence."

was placed in an invalid's chair yes yesterday
terday yesterday for the first time and taken
outside his room.

Make your wants known l adrer adrer-lsing
lsing adrer-lsing them

OBJECTED TO WOMAN'S SKIRT

" Successful business men
tser of printer's ink.

are

with his friend. I waited eagerly for

him to get through. He played

practice game with me, and I under

stood every move after that. The

next game we played, I beat my father.

who is very good chess player.

There Is nothing wonderful about my
way of. nlayine the game. My secre

tary, Mr. Aenberg, says that It

conies from reincarnation. A baby

is born with good brains, and .they ex

plain it that way. They say that his
ancestors or some spirits have given
this power to him because so much

ability in one person must have taken'
a long time to develop. When I play
chess I can plan my moves six or sev seven
en seven moves ahead, and most players
can only go three moves ahead of the
game. "I can't help It at all. I was
born that way. I like to play with
poor players. At West Point, where
I beat 19 games and drew one, there
were only nine good players; the oth others
ers others bad no business trying to play
me at all.
I have played lots of fine players In
chess. .During the war I beat the
German governor at Warsaw, and he
was an old man and a fine player.
Then I drew a game with Rubensteln,
the Russian champion, and also drew
with Griffin in a blindfolded game In
England. I have not played Lasker

yet. but one of the 21 I beat in Paris
says he drew a game with Lasker, and
another said he beat Caoablanca. In

America, my hardest game so far has
been with Colonel Flebeger, sixty-two
good years old. at West Point. Samuel

i Rzeszewski. in, Leslie's.

Peculiar Reason Advanced by China,
man for Refusing-, to Consider
Matrimonial Alliance.
In spite of the success with which
the campaign against the bindlngof
women's feet has been waged in China,
there are still parts where men will
not marry girls who have natural feet.
Missionaries try, so far as possible,
to arrange marriages between Chris Christian
tian Christian girls and Christian men. One of
our Christian girls, writes a corre correspondent,
spondent, correspondent, was getting quite an old
maid, having reached the age of twen-ty-elfht.
Several heathen had asked
her, but she refused them all. One of
our preachers approached a country
tenant farmer and tried to persuade
him to ask the twenty-elght-year-old
lady. We all thought It would come
off. The man was about the same age

ATTEND MUSiCAL

given by the
Brotherhood Class
at the
METHODIST CHURCH
This Evening at 8 O'clock

For the Benefit of the New
Sunday School Rooms

No Admission, But a Free Freewill
will Freewill Offering Will Be Taken

PROGRAM

"Romance' (Charles Arthur) The

High School Orchestra.

as the lady In question, and had not "Alice- Where Art Thou" string

quartet: Ruth Simmons, Ralph Sira Sira-mons,
mons, Sira-mons, Robert Park, Robert Spencer.

yet succeeded In getting engaged. -But,

to our surprise, he would have nothing
to do with the plan, and gave as his
reason : "Who would marry a girl with
a skirt like that? The girl had her
Hit embroidered In a different way
to the girts and the women In the vil village
lage village where the particular swain lived,
and he felt that he dared not make
such an Innovation on the fashion of
his own village. A beautiful pair of

Strong, Miss

Eleanor Abshire and Winters Hames

were Sunday afternoon callers in Oak.

Mr. and Mrs. Baxter called at Oat

and Anthony Sunday afternoon.

The Belleview Rod and Gun Club

k building a club house at Smith
Lake near the shooting grounds.

The members of the Epworth

League were guests of Mr. and Mrs.

E. S. French and nephew, Raymond
Leach the evening of the 15th. Music,

flinch, telling fortunes with apple
seeds and many other games were en enjoyed
joyed enjoyed by all present There was also

a cabinet of very interesting curios.

after which refreshments were served.

Mr. and Mrs. R. T. Freeman and
little son, R. T. Jr., Mrs. J. A. Free Freeman
man Freeman and Mr. and Mrs. Z. V. Freeman
of Shady were callers in Orlando
Monday and Tuesday.
Mr. J. F. Hames is in Jacksonville

attending to business this week.
Mrs. Freer and son. Gene Freer,
who have been visiting in Palm Beach,
are again at home.

The Civic League held its usual
business meeting and "500" card game
at the club house last Tuesday eve-Ding..

Claude Abshire, Lorine Martin and

Freeman Hames delivered meat to Or-

ando Thursday.
Mr. and Mrs. Will Freer and daugh

ter, Agnes and Mr. and Mrs. Jesse
Freer spent the day Sunday with rel

atives and friends at' Moss Bluff.

Mr. and Mrs. Thompson and family

called on relatives and friends in

Tampa from Saturday till Mondai.
They made the trip in their Ford.-

Mrs. Clark Hull and little son,

Teddy of Bridgeport, Conn., are
spending the winter with her parents,

Mr. and Mrs. Louis Schmidt.
The B. Y. P. U. members announce
their play entitled, "The Beanvilie
Choir," to be given at the town hall
Tuesday evening, Jan; 25th Admis Admission
sion Admission 50c. for adults and 35c. for chil

dren. The same play will be given at

Oak Friday evening, Jan. 28th. Be

cure to attend.

leach loaf. The loaf is standard size.

though the scales show that it weigh, SCOTLAND yARD

aoyui iwo ounces less man tne pro

duct put out by most bakers. In qual

ity, the new loaf appears to be equal

to the 10-cent loaf sold by other bak

ers,

SINN FEIN CENTERS

GETTING MORE PAY

London, Jan. 20. Alleged Sinn Fein

centers in London were raided by

This 5-cent loaf had been a realitv Scotland Yard detectives late last

iL W W

for the last week. During that period n,IW Mys we uu oraPmc- 13

the sales of the bakers have incr.uvi "tated that a number of important

frm Rfi lnovo o i iw k.;.. documents were secured.

v o eat j a,v a V W VCUI
restricted onlv bv the caDacitv of two

pisnts. Within a few days machinery FARMS HANDS ARE

already installed will be put into ope

ration increasing the output by an

other 1000 loaves a dav. I Washington. Jan. 20. VVages of

m

The concern putting out this bread I hired men on farms have more than

is the Andrew, Inc., composed of Sam-doubled in the last ten years, tripled
uel Smart, president, and Andrewlui the last twenty years and were

P.ccirillo, treasurer. The principal more than four times higher last year

bakery is at 216 Eighth avenue, near than they were m 1879. These changes

Twenty-second street. Another store re shown by statistics of the depart-

and bakery is located at 3161 Broad-Jment of agriculture. Wages paid by
way, near 126th street, but the 5-cent the month, without board, averaged

leaf has not yet become a realty in$&-95 for the country as whole last

this store. For the last week bread yJ ten years ago they' averaged.

in the Broadway store has been sell- $27.50 and in 1879 they wei $10.43.

irg for 7 cents a loaf. One of the

large bakery firms complained to Pis

cirillo that 7 -cent bread would put all

the other bakeries out of business.

Forthwith "the word went to

LAKE WEIR

Song. "Willie's Prayer" Leonora
Taylor and MurielGalloway.
"Where the Morning Glories Grow"
High School Quartet Quartet-Reading,
Reading, Quartet-Reading, "Naughty Zell' Rhoda
Thomas.
Vocal solo. "Our Yesterdays" Ruth
Collins.

March, "The NC-4" Dye's orches-

FORMER SOLDIERS ENJOYED
RIDE IN THE SKY-BIRD

Lake Weir, Jan. 19. Mrs. J. W.

the Wright and little son, Billie of Nash-

ycung woman in charge of that store rille, have apartments in the Carson
to-reduce the price to six cents. Pic- -tUge for the balance of the winter,
cirillo said that it was his purpose to Mrs. Wright spent several winters

give that .part of town a 5-cent loaf her before her mamage, when she

r soon as possible. Miss Gladys Tolmie, and was ex-

"You may rest assured" he said, tremely popular with lake residents,

that if we did not make a profit, and especially the younger set.

a substantial one at that, we certainly Mr. and Mrs. Tom Buns and Jittle
would not sell bread at five cents.- daughter, Elizabeth, with Mrs. Bim?'

Piccirillo has been connected .with mother, Mrs. Poindexter and 'Mrs.

the two bakeries for three months, but Wallace of Kentucky, motored up to

the corporation did not take charge Anthony from Winter Haven an-J
until the first of the year. He told were Jined b Mr nd Mrs- L-

yesterday how the two places had Carney of Ocala. Mr. and Mrs. R, L.
grown in volume of business until the Martin and Mrs. Clements of Lake

owners turned over the property, val- velr m Plcn,c duu,er M lDe Dal

uel at some $20,000 to him, free of I1 01 tn spent m remi remi-mortgage.
mortgage. remi-mortgage. and gave him about sixteen fasting by Mr. Carney and Mrs. Poin-

yars to pay for it. aexier oi we gooa oia limes in me

He says he was making more money IP'

out of his bread at 5 cents a loaf than Mr- ana Meyer ana Air. ana

he did when he charged 10 cents, be- Mrs. Webster have just returned fro-n
cause of increased sales. The labor trip to point south of here and are
costs have not increased, he says, and well contented with Lake Weir

row that flour is around $9 a barrei, ,or present.
bread can be baked as cheaply as be- L Weir Sand C- is leading
fere the war. cars as fast as they are rolled in ou

the sidetrack, which shows what wide-

SUGAR SATURDAY AND MONDAY fead reputation Lake Weir sand

has, not only for building purposes,

brown eyes, long, fine, black hair, and

a good Christian character counted as tra
. m aa a.

nothing against a strange sryie i sain ( nawa;an guitar

embroidery.!

solo, "Kentucky

Barbecue" Ruth Simmons.
! "Alabama Moon" High

Quartet.
Piano solo, "Evening Chimes"

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

i(b) "Absence" (Howard Bennett)

"I wouldnt' take a thousand dollars

for the sensation," was the remark

make by" Otis Bryait, former soldier

of the 59th Infantry, Fourth Division.

Mr. Bryant saw them shot down and

heard them buzz over his head on the
battlefield, but yesterday was his first
experience in one of the sky-birds.-

Law enforcement Is no respecter of
pefsoas, as a young woman stenog stenographer
rapher stenographer in the office of Charles J. Or Or-bisou.
bisou. Or-bisou. federal prohibition director,-can

testify.

This young woman ordered some Mrs. Harrison Black.

wine of pepsin from her druggist. The Piano solo, "Venetian Love Song

druggist considered the order and her (Nevin) Elizabeth Bennett.
record on Previous orders. "Young Mammy.8 Lullaby"-Dye's orches
woman," he said. "I cannot sell yon
aviw win nATafft mi at- nalnr tM

h w. .r. i.r tri nrAr. Violin solo. I Come to Thee (Rona)

from the prohibition director to watch Melville Little.

carefully our sales oat wine of pe Selection, "Princes- of the Sun" (C
tax" Indianapolis News. W. Bennett) High School Orchestra.

Sheriff Thomas went to Inverness

yesterday, and brought back Alfred

Hicks, the unkillable man, who doesn t

much mind being used for a lead mine.
Alfred seemed pleased to see the sher

iff, and rather glad to return to Ocala.

The night he escaped from the color

ed hospital he broke into the laundry
rrd stole some clothes, and since then
has robbed two stores in Crystal

River. He will probably serve the

aiate a while..

Advertise la the Star.

12 pounds of sugar for one dollar.

with 'a dollar's worth of other groc

eries for cash, Saturday and Monday

or.ly. Phone 377.

dly-3t-tf H. B. WHITTINGTON.

ROYAL ARCH MASONS

Chapter No. 13. R. A. M on the fourth wee -auanu.

Friday in every month at 8 p. m.
H. S. Wesson. IL P.
B. L. Adams, Secretary.

Dr.

Charles Wataoa Moresien,

Dental .Surgeon

Commercial Bank Building. Ocala,
Fia. Office 'phone 211: residence

phone 298. 7-tf
y r.
Dont fail to visit the Guarantee
Clothing & Shoe Company. Every Every-hmg
hmg Every-hmg we sell is guaranteed. We're
.ghting for QUALITY not prices, tf

but for road building if excells all

otbejr Florida sand. (

Mr. Hamp Chambers has taken

charge of the road gang at this end
of the county and is making the roads

look like a parlor floor instead of al

most impassable for the past two
months.

Mr. Carson Bradford is spending

Whfle there he

will be looking up the best fishing

points on the coast, as he is a tireless

fisherman when in Florida.

Mrs. H. W. Henry of Ocala was
calling on friends around the lake
yesterday.
Mr. and Mrs. Terry of Louisville,

Ey who were detailed last week, will

arrive Thursday of this week to spend
some time wfth Mr. and Mrs. R. L.
Martin. Mrs. Terry will be remem remembered
bered remembered in social circles with pleasure
by the friends she made on a formsr
visit to her sister, Mrs. Martin.



OCALA EVENING STAR, THURSDAY. JANUARY 20. 1521

Oeala Evening Star

STAR PUBLISHING COMPANY,
OCALA, FLORIDA.

still : was captured and the old man
ai rested to whom the salesman had

been for. his load. With only empty Editor Star: Moved by an intense J
bottles the salesman was not arrest- desire on my part to do what little I

K. R. CmrwXU PrwmUUmt

V. !. Srelry-Trerer

J. II. HaJaI. Edltar

Entered at Oca la, Fla.. postofflc aa

second -class matter.

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lsDatches herein are aisro reserved.

ANOTHER "FAIR WARNING

ed. Arrest of the salesman, who rep represents
resents represents one of Tampa's leading whole

sale houses, was averted by the tip

to officers having been misunderstood.

It is the belief of the officers that the
salesman carried his load of booze out

of Tampa and into the neighboring:

county but that he had tried to re replenish
plenish replenish for disposal furth'er along his
round."

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subsequent insertion. One change a
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composition charges.
Legal advertisements it legal rates.

It isn't the charter but the people

that make a city.

Bryan is for the "blue laws," whica
is a strong indication that they will

be beaten.

It's hard to tell which the average

g:rl hates to be caught in the worst worst-a
a worst-a lie or a shower.-

Life has discovered the proper
name for the bluelawists. It calls

them the "reformatics."

According to the rules imposed, on
American shipping, the prohibition prohibitionists
ists prohibitionists seek to make even the ocean dry..

Now is the time for planting citrus

trees, palms and shrubs. Every or orange
ange orange tree, palm and shrub planted in
the city makes it that much more at

tractive. It is expected that many

plantings will be made during the

next two months. Plantings are al already
ready already being made. Orange trees are

being i lan ted. Many palms should be

planned There are twenty varieties
of palms that will grow successfully in

Oeala. Good specimens can be obtain obtained
ed obtained -from the nurseries at small ex

pense, and palms do not require a
great deal of care. The. beautiful
Plumy cocoanut palm of Brazil is be,-

big grown as far north as Palatka.
This palm resembles the! royal palm.

The Washington is another palm

that should have widespread planting

in the city. It is fast growing. The
mountain ebony among the shrubs

grows successfully here. it has a
beautiful purple flower resembling

the orchid. The Mexica avocado ma matures
tures matures as far north as Gainesville. The

Umequat and the calamendin are new

citrus fruits that are very hardy and

useful as well as ornamental. The
litchii nut of China is being introduc introduced
ed introduced into the state. Farmers' bulletin
No. 185, issued by the United States
department of agriculture, gives sug suggestions
gestions suggestions for "Beautifying the Home
Grounds." The large nurseries in the

state make planting suggestions for

those who send them sketches of their
home places.

Plant now!

If the United States can't make, a
peace in two years and a half, how the
deuce does anybody expect it to make
a millenium.

A witty (and probably wise) ex?
change says that by the time Ameri Americans
cans Americans are under blue laws awhile they
will l e ready .for bolshevism.

The bluelawists would fain take the
sun out of Sunday. Tis a pityfthey

are so easily shocked, for they have

a big shock coming to them.

Did it ever occur to you that you

always pay your income' tax on last
year's income, and that you had better

save thi3 year to pay next year?

can to prevent friends of law and
order the loss of their automobiles, I

beg to call attention to what I un- j
derstand to be a very recent decision j
of the United States supreme court in j

feet that, whenever intoxicating liquor

is found in an automobile both the
liquor and the car are lost to the fed federal
eral federal government, or subject to be con

fiscated, and no claimant of title
thereto in any respect, nor any per

son having a mortgage thereon, can

object to the car being confiscated.

provided, I apprehend, the title claim claimant
ant claimant or mortgagee consented to said
car being used by some other person;
in other words, the title holder or
mortgagee assumes the risk of the
car being put to an unlawful use and
convocation by the federal govern

ment.

Now, our state statute perhaps does
not go as far as the federal act ac

cording to the above interpretation,

but the result will probably be the
same, inasmuch as there need be no
surprise expressed by "liquor run runners"
ners" runners" and their friends, or by anyone
else, if in case there is an effort in the
state courts on the part of some per

son to claim title or mortgage to an
automobile there sought to be confis confiscated
cated confiscated that the federal government is
permitted to step in and take charge

of the car and bring about its confis confiscation
cation confiscation in a court which will refuse to
recognize retainer titles, leases, mort

gages or any adverse claim now m

such common use to prevent law en

forcement.

With few exceptions the courts
seem to be determined to do what

they can to enforce these prohibition

statutes, and the liquorites" are re receiving
ceiving receiving but scant consideration for
their various schemes to avoid the
teeth of the law. L. N. Green,

Prosecuting Attorney.

Wallace Screws, former publisher

of the Montgomery Advertiser of

Montgomery, Ala., was an Oeala visi

tor yesterday. Mr. Screws is on his

way to his winter home in Orlando,

but stopped in Oeala to see Silver
Springs. Mr. Screws is a brother of

the famous Colonel Screws, who com commanded
manded commanded the lt)7th Infantry, Rainbow

Division, and established quite a rep reputation
utation reputation as a commander in France.

Colonel Screws is now in charge of
the troops in the strike district in
Alabama.

If the people who have tried to
drown their sorrows in drink had in
stead drowned them in perspiration,
what a different world this would be.

It is penny wise and pound foolisn
to beat your swords into plowshares

when the other fellows are polishing
theirs on a grindstone. Jacksonville

Metropolis.

Correct you are, Friend Met; only

amend pound foolish to read damphool

ish. If our "statesmen" don't act
more, sensibly" the United States will

Ibe as impotent ten years from now

as it was ten years ago.

(Tampa Times)
Dr. Sheldon Stringer, former city

physician, while crossing Franklin

street at Twiggs street yesterday

afternoon was knocked down and pain

fully bruised. The car was driven by

stranger, who only tarried Ions:

enough to say, "I yelled at him to get

cut of the war," and speeded on be

fore his identity could be learned. Dr,

Stringer was not seriously injured,
however, but that probably will not

be said of the driver if the doctor
meets him again. Dr. Stringer wa

at the time of the accident on his way

to Gordon Keller hospital to perform
a surgical operation on a child who
had been brought here from Dunnel-

lon, suffering with appendicitis, and

Respite his bruises and the shock he

performed the operation.

The suddenness with which that
C!ara Smith woman out" in Oklahoma
dropped off not only the first page but
all the other pages'was a great relief.

A blue Sunday would come in
mighty handy for a fellow who had
bt-en drunk the night before and want wanted
ed wanted to sleep it off. But, alas! we
can't get drunk any more.

We strongly suspect that a good
many of the blue law advocates are
hired by the league of liquor legisla legislation
tion legislation and they are trying to create a
backfire against prohibition.

The House of Representatives has
voted against increasing its member membership,
ship, membership, which is now 435. The vote to
keep the membership at 435 was ,198

for to 77 against. North Carolina will

gain one seat by the vote.. Louisiana
and Mississippi will each lose one.

American army officer shot and kill

ed by. Japanese sentry. Well, why

make a fuss about it? The Mexicans
-killed Americans for the love of the
sport, and there was nothing done
more'n writing a note. Clearwater
Sun.
This is a different America.

Says the Lakeland Telegram: "The
automobile is proving at least the
equal of the revolver as an aid to the
commission of crime. To be logical
those who believe that humanity is to
be reformed by being deprived of the
implements of sin, can hardly avoid
starting a movement for the abolition
of the automobile."

Mrs. W. M. Corry, of Quincy, Fla.,
has been designated by Secretary
Daniels as sponsor for destroyer No.
334, to be launched at the Bethlehem
shipyard, San Francisco. The new de destroyer
stroyer destroyer will be named Corry in honor
of her son, Lieut. Cora. W. M. Corry
Jr., of the navy, who lost his life
while attempting to save a comrade
from a burning airplane.

Says the Tampa Times: "Traveling
salesmen who are inclined to add
ii'oonshine as a side line, might do
well to heed the warning of federal
prohibition officers, and stick to only
the line and the house they are pri primarily
marily primarily representing on the road. Of Officers
ficers Officers are receiving tips occasionally
that booze is being carted in and out
of Tampa by a few salesmen. Hie
automobile of a salesman was search searched
ed searched by federal officers in a neighboring
county recently, but only empty bot bottles
tles bottles were found in the car. Later the

SHADY

Shady, Jan. 19 Mr. William Shock

ley and friend of Lowell were visitors

here Friday.

Master. Melville Little of Oeala

spent the week-end with school friends
here last week. Melville played his
violin at the services Sunday, which

added much to the music.

Miss Clara King, teacher of Cal Calvary
vary Calvary school, visited Misses Vivian

Douglas and Naomi Holland Friday

and Saturday.

Mr. Mack Williams, who has been
seriously ill for the past month, was

taken, to the Oeala hospital last wee
and we are glad to hear that- he is

improving.

f We regret to hear that Mrs. Martha
Coin is not so well and hope she will

soon be entirely recovered.

. Monday was 'Daddy Little's birth birthday
day birthday and he has passed his 93rd year.
His .friends are hoping he will see
many more. With the aid -of crutches
Mr. Little gets about and helps him himself
self himself remarkably well.
Mrs. L. L." Home entertained her
Sunday school class Saturday at a
picnic at Williams Springs. Many
games were played and the children
spent the time happily. At noon, .or
thereabouts, Mrs. Home, assisted by
Mrs L. A. Jones, served dinner, whicn

the children enjoyed to the utmost.

Mrs.. Home entertains the class once

ech quarter and awards special prizes
fot best class work and attendance.

and is rewarded by having a large

c!ass of little folks who love her very

A PLUCKY PHYSICIAN

WOODMEN OF THE WORLD

Fort King Camp No. 14 meets at
K. of P. hall at 7:30 p. m. every sec second
ond second and fourth Friday. Visiting sov sov-neigns
neigns sov-neigns are always welcome.
H. B. Baxter. C. C.
Chas! K. Sage, Clerk.

ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE
OF TRAINS IN OCALA

2:10 a. m.
2:15 a. m.
1:30 p. m.
1:55 p. m.
3:51 p. m.
4:05 p. m.

2:14 a. m.

much.

Miss Mary Woods of Oeala attend

ed the B. Y. P. U. Sunday evening.

Some hogs are being shipped from

here this week. Messrs. W. J. Ed

wards and F. G. and George Buhl are

selling some, also the colored people

are helping to load some cars.

Breaking ground for staple crops

and preparing ground for early true
keeps. a few of the farmers busy just
new. A large acreage of tomatoes
will be planted. Mr. W. H. Little ex

pects to specialize in bell peppers and

as he is experienced in truck raising,
we expect to see something.

There will be a fifty Sunday meet

ing, at Olivet church on the 29th and

30th of this month. A large delega delegation
tion delegation from the Baptist churches is ex

pected and a fine program has been
arranged.,- We hope to see all friends
there, both days. Bring dinner and
remain for evening services. Dinner
will be served on the grounds both
Saturday and Sunday.

Seaboard Air Line

Arrive from Jacksonville .
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Arrive from New York.... 1:34a.m.
Leave for St. Petersburg.. 1:37a.m.
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Leave for New York 3:00 a.m.
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Arrive from Jacksonville.. 2:31 a. m.
eave for St. Petersburg.. 2:32a.m.
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Leave for St. Petersburg.. 3:35p.m.
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Airive from St. Petersburg 2:26 a.m.
jeave for Jacksonville.... 2:27a.m.
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Leave for Jacksonville.... 6:42a.m.
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Arrive from Gainesville,
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Leave for Gainesville, daily
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Leave for Lakeland Tues Tuesday,
day, Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday 7:25 a.m.
Ar. from Lakeland, Tues Tuesday,
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Make your wants known tj adver adverting
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HEARST'S MAGAZINE A LIBERAL EDUCATION

The Woman
God Changed!

By Donn Byrne

COLDLY in a moment of drunken pique a chocjis girl
had shot and killed a gentleman. But t this prisoner at
the dock, Anna Janssen, the weman pf Broadway ? This
superb beauty cast in the form and figure of a Norse god goddess
dess goddess ? Impossible In the heart of everyone rose the cry,
This b not the same woman." But on went the sordid trial
of Anna Janssen for murder Donn Byrne, in the
most dramatic story he has ever written, proves a woman
can come back!
I HzAsars for Febbuaby

Where Women Fail
Bp Arnold Benmtt
What U the trouble with oar aortal life? Wa seek ociability. we must
have it. yrl the result ia often discomfort and boredom. WWoa ia tha
responsibility? Is it Woman's? Whmin lirt the icmcdj? Read Arnold
Bennett's illuminating- discussion of the whole problem.
I f- Fsbkcast ITsABsra

The Story of a Hungry Millionaire
Bp Gaoryea CUmrmeau
How anaea doaa tba maa who enjoys g-reat riches really owa to tho poor!
Ha h tho nfct to withhold hia boaary. if he wwhaa er araat he ia
pity, oat of dm abundance? Yet, by wit hhoaimg. a certaia hnaamr aiilTtnn
air his find tho sscjst of life.
' J tk Fkbmcamt HAMSTM

The High Cost of Lying
Bp JLIhrrt i'araoM Terkun
Put Not Your Trust in Princes
Bp H. G. Well
When the Rising Sun Went Down
Bp William K. Stewart
Rosalie and the Emotional Appeal
Bp Samp ton HitykaeUon
The One That Lost
Bp Bruno Leimf

The Interception
Bp Arthur Stringer
If Three Should Play
Bp F.E. Bailp
The Little Red Foot
Bp Robrrt IT. Cftoashrr
How I Escaped Cousin IliranT
Bp Walt iiaao
And eleven other Features
In the FxmmcAtr Hkamsts

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Geo. MacKay 8 Co.
Funeral Directors
and Embalmers
Two Licensed Embalmers
Motor Funeral Cars
Private Morgue and Chapel
Day Phone 47
Night Phone 515
G. B. Overton, Manager

tumiiiniiiimma

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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

10,000 Bushel Baskets with Tops and
Cushions, Wire Handles; New
and O- K. Price f. o. b. Oeala
$2.40 Dozen

20.000 Field Picking Boxes; Well
Made. New and O. K. Price
f. o. b. Oeala, 37 cents each.

Above offered in car lots only. Good
opportunity for collective buying.

5,000 Gallon Steel Tank; New; Fir3t
Class, $750.

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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.

10.000 Gallon Steel Tank; New; First?

Class; $1100 f. o. b. a point in

Farm of 1G0 acres of good new
ground containing the rich Scolt
si ring hammock, situated two milei
from Oeala on hard road, improved
uith dwelling and all out building
Will sell at a bargain. Address, G
P Howell, Box 188, Oeala, Fla. 31-301

NOTICE
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 before
fore before the meeting. A. N. Cameron,
1-1 9-wed Secretary.

souiHEiiluiPMEiii I aFE0ll' EMws Co.

No. 15 North Ocean St
JACKSONVILLE, FLA.

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OCALA,

FLORIDA

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Send a Box of Citrus Froit Dome

$2.75

NOTICE

Mr. G. B. Overton is" now our
funeral director and embalmer. Night
;hone 515, day phone 47,,.
i.5 tf George MacKay & Company.
Delicate toilet waters that milady
will find pleasing and fragrant at the
Court Pharmacy. 19-6t

Fire

I Insurance

Oranges and : Grapefruit &

Mixed or Full Boxes - -.

Knmqnats at 15c per quart
LEAVE ORDER WITH
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Get the habit of reading th ads..

: C. Cecil Bryantj
AccociJing and Acditicg
PHONE 332 :

The high cost of liring will drop as
boon ma the CAFETERIA opens, tf

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Start the New Year

right, li your eyes trou

ble you, have them ex-

2.ec amined. Make this your

resolution for 1921.
DR. K. J. WEIHE,
Optometrist and Optician
, Eyesight Speciait
Seafood, always to be had fresh at
3ty FISH Market Ft. King Are. tf

Raising the Family- pj qqoq Acwt

Advertise ta toe Star.

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OCALA EYENTNG STAB, THURSDAY, JANUARY 2t. 1S21

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S. R. PEDRICK

AGENCY

All Buick Cars Equipped With Cord Tires.

We Make a .Specialty of Parts for the Buick and the
Consistent with the Cost of Same.

Prices are

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS

if

GOODYEAR AND U. S. TIRES AND TUBES
Exclusive Agents for "VESTA" BATTERY, 18 Mo. Guarantee
An Up-to-Iate Battery Servic Station

We Maintain an U?-to-Date Garage with Expert Workmen, at all
Times, Auusing Prompt and Efficient Service.

GASOLINE, OILS AND GREASE.

SPENCER-PEDRIiK MOTOR CO.
PHONE 271

Ocala

Florida

YOUNG-MERRIN CO.

CIVIL EIVGINEERS AND SURVEYORS
Licensed under the laws cf the State of Florida

Plats
Drainage

Reports
Phosphate

Surveys
Highways

Capt.

with us and in cl

phate Mine and Plant Department.

Offices, 33-34 Holder Bldg. Phone No. 543
OCALA, FLORIDA

Edward Drake is

us and in charge of

associated
our Phos-

side of sec 36, tp 15 r 19, was ordered

jfiled.
Ocala, Fla., Jan. 3rd, 1921. j Petition asking that Stokes ferry
The board of county commissioners nd Archer road be opened starting at

intersection of Deal a. Mattel ana
Dunnellon road, was ordered filed.
Petition asking survey of road from
Santos to Belleview was ordered filed.
Petition asking for work on the
Fleming-ton and Eureka road, and ask-
1. 014 AAj4 km nnl

r-ard to straightening the Stokes ferry , . .
. 6 6 line between sees 8 and 17 and 9 and

convened in called session with Com Commissioners
missioners Commissioners O. IL Rogers, J. W. Davis,

R. B. Meffert, J. A. Talton and J. T.
Hatching present.
Mr. J. D. Robertson called in- re-

road.

Mr. J. T. Hutchins moved that the
Stokes -ferry road be opened on a
straight line through the Turner
place.
Mr. J. M. Meffert filed letter stat stating
ing stating that he could not conveniently
serve as bond trustee to which office
he was appointed in December 1920.
Upon motion of J. A. Talton, second

ed by J. T. Hutchins, Mr. L. K. Ed

wards was appointed to fill the vacan-i

cy.

The board recommended to the

bond trustees that they distribute the

proceeds of the sale of the road bonds
of Marion county, among the banks

; 16 was referred to Commissioner Tal Talton.
ton. Talton. f Bill of Alfred Ayer for assessor's
; commissions on 1920 levy of Dunnel-

l'-n special road and bridge district
No. 2, in amount $144.01, and bill of

Star Publishing Co., against said dis district
trict district for notice to contractors in
amount $4.12 were approved and sent
to trustees of said district for pay

ment. Bill of Star Publishing Co.

against the state of Florida for two-

' thirds of the cost of publication of
license list was approved.
The board ordered that in the road
and bridge fund, $2000 from cost of

Material arennnt inJ 43V4 frnm omt-

of the county on an equitable basis a

and that said trustees demand from

each bank so used as a bond deposi-

tory a surety bond, to .ndemn.fy them mQQ paid fop f Iabor and

accounts as follows: $1900 to tools
and machinery, cost and repairs, and

foi the amount so deposited.

The following resolution was adopt adopted:
ed: adopted: .Whereas, there is on the soutn
side of the public road at a place com commonly
monly commonly known as Sharp's ferry on the

the clerk to write the comptroller and
request that he approve said trans transfers.
fers. transfers. The board ordered that outstanding

mueDteaness warrant be drawn in

UKiawana river, tne remaining por--. , -T
- . favor of the Munroe Chambhss N

lions oi an oiu no use, snacK or room,

r"i

Does your
husband
(or your wife)
wear a
martyr's
crown I
Playing the martyr is
a favorite game with
husbands and wives.
It's an unfair game
and it produces all
sorts of results
sometimes happy
but most frequently
disastrous.
Dana Gatlin's story
"The Martyr's
Crown" was written
for marrjed people
pr those about to be
married. And its
message is vital.
Read it in
Good
Housekeeping
for
February

Ttoe BOOK

HOP

He had to
compete with
his valet
for a girl's love
It's true that he was a
former valet but that
didn't reduce Tabs'
embarrassment or the
ensuing complications
of "The Kingdom
'Round the Corner" by
Coningsby Dawson,
And in the same
Issuer
Additional stories by
Fanny Heaslip L,ea,
JamesOliverCurwpodi
William J. Locke, Ju Juliet
liet Juliet Wilbor Tompkins,
Dana Gatlin;
m.
H pages pf
Spring Fashions?
Departments: Interior
Decorating, Home
Managing, Cookery,
Music, Entertainment,
Health and Beauty,
Dr. Wiley's League
for Longer Life, Cut Cutouts
outs Cutouts in color for the
kiddies. Special Arti Articles,
cles, Articles, Verse in all, 84
different features.
Good
Housekeeping
for February
On sale nowevery where

1 the loesewile wi waife

ECRJMII

to I

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

5$: three times a day.
It! A large part of your husbands earning goes to pay the grocery bilL :1:
S We all want to save money. And often the question is asked, how can K

& 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 sfe
extra specials. The prices on extra specials will be good only Saturday atlexnoon and r:
daring this week, from the 17th, to the 22nd, inclusive. H:

EXTRA SPECIAL

15c. package Roxane Self Rising Pancake l Q
Flour, per package XJ
15c. package Roxane Self Rising Buckwheat 1 A.
Flour, per package Xll
REGULAR PRICE
Seven pounds of Hodnut's Fine or Coarse OC
Grits for UC

20c
40c

Seven pounds of Cream or Water Ground
ri

t'onal Bank in amount of $615 to re retire
tire retire coupons No. 10 on outstanding
validated warrants as follows: Gen General
eral General fund No. 11, $30; No. 13, $30; No.
U. $30; No. 15, $30; No. 21, $30; on
'road fund, No. 40,$30; No. 41, $30;
:No. 45, $30; No. 46. $30; No. 52, $30;
No. 53, $30; No. 54, $30; No. 57, $15;
No. 58, $30; No. 59, $30; No. 60, $30;

No. 61, $30; No. 65, $30; No. 66, $30;
No. 68, $30; No. 67, $30.
General warrant No. 11032 for $3
was ordered cancelled and Esther
Timmons ordered stricken from pau pauper
per pauper list.

The board ordered that time war warrant
rant warrant In accordance with Chapter 8112

cf 1919, for $111,000 be drawn in fa favor
vor favor of the Ocala National' Bank for
money borrowed on the road fund.
The county depository, county
judge, sheriff, tax collector, justices of
the peace and inspectors of marks and

brands filed reports.
The following warrants were order ordered
ed ordered drawn to cover bills duly examined,
passed and ordered paid, to-wit: Gen

eral fund, No. 11196 to 11321, for

($1804.87; fine and forfeiture fund. No.

7499 to No. 7640, for $1318.68; road

fund, No. 14008 to No. 14342, for $13, $13,-504.82;
504.82; $13,-504.82; state aid road fund, No. 930 to

No. 1009, for $1094.50; outstanding

indebtedness fund. No. 97, $615.

Mr. F. R. Hocker, attorney for the
city of Ocala, called concerning the
payment to the city of one-half road
tax due the city in connection with

collection of delinquent taxes for the
years 1918, 1919 and 1920, amounting
to $462.22 and as the board has made

no provision for the payment of same

the bill was deferred until the next

budget, and after advice of the county

attorney, the board agreed with Mr.

Hocker to allow the city one-half of

the road tax collected without deduc

tion for expense of collection provided

the city makes no claim for a portion

of the tax redemptions.

The. board considered the road fnnd

budget for the year and divided the
money to be available therein between

the several districts as follows:
District No. 1. $11,806.74.
I District No. 2, $ 8,633.84.
I District No. 3, $ 8,184.70.
I District No. A, $11,179.65.
District No. 5, $ 9,245.07.
i The board adjourned same date.
J O. H. Rogers, Chairman

P. H. Nugent, Clerk,
By T. D. Lancaster Jr., D. C.

IS YOUR HEALTH

GRADUALLY SUPPING?

htcrcitiag Experience of a Texas Lady Who Declares Tint if Wort
Women Knew About Cardui They Would He Spared
Much Sickness and Worry.

Navasota, Texas. Mrs. W. M. Peden,
of this place, relates the following interest interest-ins
ins interest-ins account of how she recovered her
strength, having realized that she was
actually losing her health:
Health is the greatest thing in the

"world, and when you feel that gradually
slipping away from you, you certainly sit
up and take notice. That is what 1 did
some time ago when I found myself in a
rery1 nervous, run-down condition -of
heaKh. I was so tired and felt so lifeless
I could hardly go at all.
"I was just no account for work. I
, wocid get a bucket of water and would
feel so weak I would have to set it down
before 1 ielt like I could lift it to the shelf.

la this condition, of course, to do even

rar housework was a task almost im-

ccsble to accomplish.

"1 was . nervous and easily upset.

I couldn't rest well at night and was
just lifeless.
"I heard of Cardui and after reading 1
decided I had some female trouble that

was Dullinz me down. I sent for Cardui

and began it .

'In a very short while after I began the

Cardui Home Treatment I saw aa im

provement and it wasn't long until 1 was

all right good appetite, splendid rest.

and much stronger so that I easuy dM my

house work. j

"Later 1 took a bottle of Cardui as a
tonic. 1 can recommend Cardui and glad
ly do so, for if more women knew, it
would save a great deal oi worry and
sickness."
The enthusiastic praise of thousands ol
other women who have found Cardui
helpful should convince you thai it it
worth trying. Ail druggists sen it.

at one time used by the ferryman in
conection with the operating of the
ferry, but the same has not been used
for a number of years and is now in
a state of great decay and tumbling
d-rwn and presents a very unsightly
appearance to travelers, to the detri

ment of the county; therefore be it
resolved, that, whereas, W. S. Bul Bullock
lock Bullock has offered to tear down and re-

rsove the said old shack or house
w:thin a reasonable time for the rem rem-ncnt
ncnt rem-ncnt of the old debris, frame, timbers
or other matter in connection there

with; therefore, be it resolved, that tn

consideration of the tearing down and

removal of the old shack and the re removal
moval removal of the old debris within a rea reasonable
sonable reasonable time, that the remnant of the
old shack, room or house and the
frame work and matter in connection

therewith, is hereby sold to the said

W. S. Bullock, in consideration of saia

service of removal of said unsightly

condition by reason of the old shack,

the same to be done within a reason reasonable
able reasonable time.

Bond of E. R. Sylvester as notary
public with the American Surety Co.

a surety was approved.
Communication of M. L. Tunnis
concerning taxes was referred to Com Commissioner
missioner Commissioner Talton.
Dr. J. Walter Hood was appointed
as county physician for the ensuing
year at salary of $50 per month, he to
furnish all medicines and dressings in
accordance with his proposal.
Communication was received from
John Schrnid in regard to tax assess assessment
ment assessment and after investigation he was

notified that the board did not find

his assessment excessive.

The following road, which has been

posted in accordance with law, was

declared a public road: Beginning at

the head of Juniper Springs in section

7. township 15, range 26 east, inter-

secting with Pat's Island public roaj
in section 27, township 15 range 26
east, along route of existing road.

Petition having been heretofore re

ceived requesting road as follows:

Commencing at a point 715 ft n of sec

me dividing sec 17 tp 14 s r 22 e, on j

the west Anthony road, thehee run

ning due north to the se ear of swH j
of nwVt of see 17 tp 14 r 22, thenoef

in a northeasterly direction by the old
Atkinson place and by Bishop's fence!

row to the half seetion line of said

seo 17, thence due north to the center s

of section 8, of said township and;

range to connect with hard road.

Upon motion of J. W. Davis, sec-1

onded by Mr. Talton. the following I

resolution was passed: hieets every Tuesday evening at the

Whereas, J. P. Galloway, sheriff cf Odd Fellows hall at the corner o

Marion county, has appeared before i Fort King Ave. and Osceola street. A

tfcis board and has shown the board :warm weicome always
t Al

that since January 2nd, .1920, the i ',SIunS Drotners.
i. c i i it.. : T. Li

amuuiib ui uuea havu uy me v-Uuiliy 1

judge of Marion countyf Fla., against I

persons charged with violating thej

:quor laws of the state is in excess cf
$8000, and that the costs and expense
incurred by the sheriff of Marion
county, Fla.j is in excess of the costs
fixed by statute for the sheriff, and
has exceeded the amount of such costs
and the sum of $200 contributed by

citizens to aid in the enforcement of
the liquor laws; and,
Whereas, in the opinion of this

beard, the sheriff is justly entitled to
a reward of $25 for each conviction
for the violation of the liquor laws;

therefore, be it

Resolved, that this board recom

mend to our representatives in the

legislature and our state senator that

proper bill be introduced and passed

to pay said sheriff the sum of $25 for

each conviction during 1920, violating

the prohibition laws of this state,
less $200 heretofore paid him by pri pri-vr.te
vr.te pri-vr.te donations.
Petition was received signed with
18 signatures requesting that the
rnnrl frnm fiti-n tn Oninra rT"i r

.u. us vt- OCALA LODGE No. 2S6, B. P. O. E.

oi u uic uuugc near nrruuiuic uu sam

road be repaired, which was referred
to Commissioner Talton.

List of witness certificates from

No. 919 to No. 956 for pay of wit

nesses before the circuit court was or

dered certified to the county deposi

tory for payment from the fine and

forfeiture fund.

Petition asking for road starting on

north line of section 32, tp 13, r 29,

was ordered filed.

Petition asking for road commenc commencing
ing commencing at quarter section post on west

25c
9c

Rice, best Blue Rose
per pound

EXTRA SPECIAL
5Lc. Jars Royal Scarlet A.Qrr
Pure Fruit Jams

. 40c
48c
'lc

ODD FELLOWS

Tulula Lodge No. 22. I. O. O.

48c. Jars Robin Hood
Pure Fruit Jams
55c. Jars Gordon & Dilworth
Orange Marmalade
37c. Skookum Apple Butter,
per jar

EXTRA SPECIAL
Santa Claus Soap, H
two cakes for
Fairbank's Clarette Soap, 7
two cakes for
10c. package Soapade, softens hard water, Qn
for
REGULAR PRICE.
Tetley's Yellow Label Tea. 1 7 C
quarter-pound package XV
Tetley's Yellow Label Tea. C

UaU-fUUKU
Tetley's Orange Peko tea,
quarter-pound package

Tetley's Orange Peko Tea, 44 C
- half-pound package "u

22c

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
27 value Welfare Brand Sweet Peas,
No. 2 tins -v
2."k. value St. Lawrence "Brand Sweet
Mellow Peas, per can

SHINE EM UP EXTRA SPECIAL -SH1NOLA
Shoe Polish, Black, Brown, Ox tZn
Blood and White, two 10c tins for 1 0 V

EXTRA SPECIAL
To introduce Kingan's Nut Oleomargarine,
35c. value, per pound

EXTRA SPECIAL IS
Pompeian Brand Pure Olive Oil, half pints, OA.
50c. value, for JJ
Tcmpeian Brand Pur Olive Oil. pints, H
90c. value, for ,ou
REGULAR PRICE 3

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

30c

. 70c
$1.40
. 16c
13r

per tin
j a 1 1

You make no mistake in dealing with us. We handle Iiign grade gooas, anu
you will find an assortment here that isn't often found in city stores.
U-SEMVE STOKES
CASH AND CARRY

n i?nc mri iino Woct fitv Sfiiuirp SliMi at the oneiicarcst you &

UllC 1X13 1 aim vm, nwi r Q

READY FOR BUSINESS J

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
. . i 4 r

Stewed Prunes 10c Baked Appies iuc

extended to

Carter, N. G.

H. R. Luffman. Secretary.
ORDER OF EASTERN STAR
Ocala Chapter No. 29, O. E. S.
meets at the Masonic hall the second
and fourth Thursday evenings of each
month at 8 o'clock.
Mrs. Rosalie Condon, W. M.
Mrs. Susan Cook. Secretary.
KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS

Ocala Lodge No. 19. Conventions

held every Monday evening at 7:30
o'clock at the castle hail, over the G.

C. Greene Co. drugstore. A cordial

velcome to visiting brothers.
Tom Proctor, C. C
Chas. K. Sage, K. of R. & S.

MARION-DUNN MASONIC LODGE

Marion-Dunn Lodge No. 19, F. & A.
M., meets on the first and third
Ihursday evenings of each month at

17:30 o'clock until further notice.
J. R. Dey, W. M.
B. L. Adams, Secretary.

Ocala Lodee No. 286, Benevolent

and Protective Order of Elks, meets

the second and fourth Tuesday eve evenings
nings evenings of each month. Visiting breth

ren always welcome. Lodge rooms
. i .1 t

upstairs over lroxiers ana we oook

Shop, 113 Main street.
C Y. Miller. E. EL

Don't fail to visit the Guarantee

Clothing & Shoe Company. Every

thing we sell is guaranteed. We're

fighting for QUALITY not prices, tf

Grape Fruit 10c

Oat Meal. F resh Milk 10c
Oat Meal with Fresh Cream 10c
Wheat Cakes and Syrup 10c
Wheat Cakes and Maple Syrup 20c

Hot Rolls and Butter 10c

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

....

5

EGGS-Two boiled 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 Canned Yams 10c

10c DO lieu VjUUua

One Dozen Stewed 50c
Half Dozen Stewed 25c
Plate of Raw 30c

Stewed Tomatoes

SPECIALS
OYSTERS -One Dozen Fried 50c
Half Dozen Fritd 30c
Oyster Cocktail 25c

1 GOOD FOOD LOOKED CAREFULLY

Advertise and get Results



OCA LA EVENING STAB, THURSDAY, JANUARY 20, 1921

FRANK'S

Re-Adjustment
Sale is now
going on.

If You Don't Attend
You're Losing A Big
Opportunity.
v
Many of the Prices Are
! Below Wholesale Cost.

OCAUWAKES

If you have any society items,
phone to five-one.
Mr. Harry Borland is a business
visitor to Orlando.

Instead of Mr. and Mrs. C S. Ogden
tnd son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and
Irs. G. J. Managan, being registered
at the Harrington Hall hotel, as the
tir stated yesterday, they are guests
a; the Maxine hotel, on North Main
rtreet-for the winter.

Serve yourself and save money at

Hunter's Cafeteria. tf

Mr. M. W. Lloyd is a business visi

tor in Quincy this week.

A colored woman from Reddick, up

in Judge Futch's court Wednesday,

as sentenced to three months it I

hard labor. The evidence showed that

she was an incurable vagrant, -altho

able to work prefering to go around

and beg. She will work some now.

Don't forget the O. H. S. carnival

on the 25th of next month. It

Mr. A. Cuthill of Martel was a bus business
iness business visitor in town yesterday.

If you are not using Federal bread,
ask your neighbor how she lives it,
thtn give it a trial. 19-5t

Meet me at the American Cafe,

Union Station, Ocala, for a regular

dinner family style. Best dinner in

the state for Toe. Eat and drink all
you want. Tune for dinner 11 a. m. to
2:30 p. m. Owned and operated by
Americans. tf

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

VVIUIAM A. T1NSMAN

CONTRACTOR
Estimates Given Free
Phone 526 Ocala. Fla.
ODD FELLOWS

PRACTICAL CARPENTER AND

BUILDER
Careful estimates made cn all com
tract work. Gives more and better
work fr the moner than anv ether

! contractor in the Hty.

L. ALEXANDER fl! CYLNDffi REBORKG

hiACBEVE
For All Cars
JFFICTENT WORKMEN,
PRQMPT SERVICE
REASONABLE CHARGES
GEO. J. WILLIAMS
Formerly. Carroll Motor Company
Garage, Osceola St.
Phone 597 Nifllit 408

Have your old mirrors re-silvered.
Wt do it promptly and at reasonable
prices. All work guaranteed. Ocala
J:;rror and Plating Works, Walter
"Vonge, proprietor. Phone 104. 17-tf

Advertising builds hufrtnesa.

. Miuand Mrs. W. V. Chappell of
Kendrick were in town yesterday.

Federal bread always has th it

good old home-made taste. Try our

cinnamon rolls, too. 19-0t

RANK'S

"The Fashion Center"

Mrs. E. H. Sylvester of Candler
spent yesterday in the city, the. guest

of friends.

In compliment to Mrs. C. E. Powell

of Lexington, Ky., Dr. and Mrs. War-

Iter Hood entertained at a course

luncheon at one o'clock today at their
home. It was a very delightful af affair
fair affair and the others present to enjoy

Dr. and Mrs. Hood's hospitality were

Dr. and Mrs. J. E. Chace and Mr. and

Mrs. Hugh Ross.

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

"itets every Tuesday evening at the
Odd Fellows hall at the corner of

Fort King Ave. and Osceola street. A

warm welcome always extended to

.-isiting brothers.
T. C. Carter, N. G.
II. R. LufTman. Secretary.

Good food, carefully cooked, served

quickly, piping hot. Watch for the

opening of Hunter's Cafeteria. tf

Mr. and Mrs. Howard V. Lee of

Eastlake were shoppers in the city

or the day.

First class stove wood only. Quick

de livery. Send postal. L. J. Dankwertz,

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

Mrs. E. L. Carney will entertain at

a tea tomorrow afternoon at her home

rom 3 to 5 o'clock.

To guard against colds and othe

infections make a practice of using a

daily gargle. Get an atomizer at the

Court Pharmacy.

r C. V. ROBERTS, Phone 305

I

BARNEY SPENCER, Phone 431

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

a Office Phone 350

Ocala, Florida

217 West Broadway

him

v. v T T Y

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.

& i 9 Oklawaha Ave: &
b &

Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Gallant of this

city are receiving the congratulations
of their many friends upon the arrival

of a son. born at the hospkal January

11th. Mrs. Gallant as Miss Ida Belle
Clayton for three years was a faithful

nd appreciated employee of the Star

and we are now looking forward to

having this young man in a few years

one of our carrier boys.

ORDER OF EASTERN STAR

Ocala Chapter No. 29, O. E. S
meets at the Masonic hall the second

and fourth Thursday evenings of each

month at 8 o'clock.
Mrs. Rosalie Condon, W. M.
Mrs. Susan Cook. Secretary.

'a,.

TRANSFE

proEofSTO!8

WHITE STAGS LSWE I
Negotiable Storage Receipts Isnoed en Cotton, Aatotnobile. Ete

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

LONG DISTANCE MOVING
Phone 296

KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS

Y..Y..T..T..T..

19-6t

Mr. and Mrs. II. S. Minshall are en

tertaining the latter's father, Mr. J.

I. Cramer of Piedmont, W. Va.

Fresh oysters and full line of fresh

vegetables and fruits at all times.

Cook's Market and Grocery. Phone

43. 7-tf

Ocala Lodge No. 19. Conventions

held every Monday evening at 7:301

o clock at the castle hall, over the G.

C. Greene Co. drugstore. A cordial

velcome to visiting brothers.

Tom Proctor, C. C.
Chas. K. Sage, K. of R. & S
Get the habit ot reading the ads.

UNCLASSIFIED

ADVERTISEMENTS

WANTED, LOST, FOUND, FOR

.SALE, FOR RENT AND SIM SIMILAR
ILAR SIMILAR LOCAL NEEDS

the

TVVVTTVTT.TTTTVTTf

TMTTrrn $

WW

AT

STO1IE

Mr. Florence C. Miller, a prominent

lawyer of Pittsburg, is a visitor in the
city and a guest at the Colonial hotel.

'Prompt service and fair prices

cur motto. Cook's Market and Groc-

ly. Phone 243. 7-tf

Mrs. Harry Dozier is entertaining

friends at four tables of auction this
afternoon at her home on Oklawaha

avenue.

Don't fail to visit the Guarantee

Clothing & Shoe Company. Every Everything
thing Everything we sell is guaranteed. We're

fighting for QUALITY not prices, tf

Mrs. George K. Robinson is enter

taining at her home this afternoon
the regular weekly meeting of the
Thursday afternoon auction club.N

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

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

one month. $3. Payable in advance.

LOST Or stolen from shop, baisted

sleev to unfinished coat of a brown

mixture. Reward to finder .by re-

tiiOTtlnrv in. Tumi Plimatt 90!t

LOST Wrist watch with gold link

bracelet. Finder return to Miss
Maudie Blalock at Frank's store and

receive reward. 20-3t

I OR SALE One 1920 Buick touring

car in perfect condition, also one

1917 Dodge. Apply Box 640, Mic Mic-snoDV.
snoDV. Mic-snoDV. Fla. 17 -6t

:HERO-COLA WOODY ARD 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 Woodyard,

phone 167. 26-lm

FOR RENT Comfortable and large

rooms nicely furnished. Apply 504

Is In Full Swing. Here Is A Sale That's Worth While

Attending. Glance At The Prices And See For Your Yourself.
self. Yourself. We Have Other Numbers Too Numerous To
Mention.

THE WINDSOR HOTEL
. JACKSONVILLE, I&ORID A
. In the heart of the city with Hemming Park for a front yard.
Every modern convenience in each room. Dining room service is
second to none 1

The two men accused of stealing
overcoats had a hearing in Judge
Futch's court this morning and thsir
tiial was set for Saturday morning.

Oklawaha avenue.

17-Ct

FARM WANTED Would like to

hear from owner that has farm for

sale in Marion county. Give .loca

tion, description and price in first
''letter. Address, "Farmer' care

Ocala Evening Star. 3-18t.

A smile costs nothing; greet your
neighbor with one often and show
your neighborly interest by telling
them that FEDERAL bread is the
best made. 19-6t

One of the cars on the southbound
fi eight on the A. C. L. yesterday

broke down, stopping the train and

holding up No. 39 two or three hours.

ROBERT M. i MEYER,
Manager.

J. E. KA VANAUGH
Proprietor.

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RAILROAD

Arrival and departure of passenger
tra-ns at OCALA UNION STATION.
The following schedule figures pub published
lished published as information and not guar guaranteed.
anteed. guaranteed.
(Eastern Standard Time)
SEABOARD AIR LINE RAILROAD
Lea- e Arrive
:15 am Jacksonville-N'York 2:10 am
. :55 pm Jacksonville 1 :34 am
:lTpm Jacksonville 4:15 pm
Tampa-
2:15 am Manatee- 4:05 pas
St. Petersburg
:15 am Tampa 2:10 am
2:15 am Manatee- 4:17 pm
:05 pm Tampa-St. Petrsbrg 4:17 pm
ATLANTIC COAST LINE R. R.
ke Arrive
2:12 pm Jacksonville-NTork 2:48 am
1:45 Dm Jksnnvillf-fJinvill 9.9vn

6:42 am Jksonville-Gnesville 10:13 pm
2:4Sam St-Petsbrg-Lakeland 2:12 am
3:35 pm St.Petsbrg-Lakeland 1:25 pm
7:10 am Dunnellon-Wilcox
7:25 am Dunellon-Lkeland 11:03 om
3:25 pm Homosassa 1:30 pm
10:13pm Leesburg 6:42 am
4:45 pm Gainesville 11:50 am
'Monday, Wednesday, Friday.
Tuesday. Thursday. Saturday.

Our Specialty Is
Ibhuildind

OldStoes

YOU SAVE MONEY

Cn your shoe bills by having us re rebuild
build rebuild your old shoes. Our charges are

moderate, and we guarantee satisfac

tion.
MAZ0N&C0.
Between Ten Cent Store and Gerig'i
Drug Store1

Berlin-Jones and Crane's box sta

tionery in. endless variety at the

Court Pharmacy. Phone 284. 19-6t

Mrs. E. C. Armstrong and daughter-

in-law, Mrs. Ed Armstrong, have ar arrived
rived arrived at their winter home in Belle Belle-view,
view, Belle-view, after a pleasant summer and

fall spent in the north.

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

Mrs. Chas. F. Flippen and daughter

of Fort Lauderdale, have arrived in

the city for a visit at the home of the
former's sisters, Mrs. B. D. Blackburn

and Mrs. James Engesser.

Watch for the opening of Hunter's

Cafeteria. It will save you money, tf

Mr. R. O. Connor of Jacksonville

and a representative of the Interna

tional Harvester Co., is a visitor in
the city. Mr. Connor is an ex-Oealnn
and has scores of friends here who are
always glad to welcome him.

They are all doing it. The cafeteria
ideawill save you money and save

y3p time. Watch for the opening of

Hunter's Cafeteria.

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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

Fine yellow Homespun 27 nip
inches wide, per yard
LL yellow Homespun 36 4 Olp
inches wide, per yard 12
27 inch outing, dark and 1Q p
light colors, per yard l
27 in., 32 in. Everclassic and
Amoakeag ginghams in stripes
plaids and plain colors OO p
Great values, per yard
1 yard wide Bleaching, -f Q p
going for the yard lv L
Fruit of the Loom, best Bleaching
made, all 36 in. wide, OA p
going for the yard"
36 in. fine quality Nainsook, just
the thing for fine under-OT a
wear, per yard.25c and t
Indian head 32 in. 25c and OQl 0
36 inch per yard 02 1
Foster Percale 36 in. wide OOl p
in dark blue, per yard uuix
Lenox Brand Hick o ry OC p
Stripes, brown and blue 0 1
36 in. Cretonne in beauti- O-l p
ful patterns, per yard
Fancy mattrf ss covering Or p
35 in. wide, per yard

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

erty St., Ocala, Fla. 19-2t

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FOR SALE Five room house and

bath room; large lot; in fine neigb-
lorhood, Wenona street, near high
school. Price very low. L. M. Mur Murray,
ray, Murray, Holder block. Ocala. 20-t

FOR SALE Pretty bungalow on E.

Fourth street, six rooms with all
modern conveniences and a garage.
Terms attractive. Price low. L. M.
Murray, Holder block. Ocala. 20 Ct

HOARD AND ROOMS For two men

in private family. Hot and cold run running
ning running water in rooms. Call at No. 22
Noith Sanchez St. Mrs. F. W. Brod Brod-erick,
erick, Brod-erick, phone 30(. l9-3t

WOOD Giles Wood Yard. Seasoned

oak or pine wood for either stove or
fireplace, $1 and $2 per load. Yard
coiner South Main and Third Sts.
' Phone 112. 1-19-lm

FOR SALE 1917 Ford roadster in
good condition, price $250; 1917
Ford touring car in good condition,
price $350; 1919 Ford roadster m
fine condition with good tires, price
$-325. James Engesser, Ocala. 19-Ct

MrslH. M. Hampton and Mrs. Jean
ConoleyMeft yesterday afternoon "for
Jacksonville, where they will leave to today
day today on the Clyde liner Lenape for a

several weeks visit in New York city.
Mrs. Conoley while in New York will
purchase the spring stock of ladies
wearing apparel for Rheinauer & Co.

FOR SALE Farm 120 acres of muck
land and citrus soil in cultivation,
all equipped. Ten acres ready for
citrus grove. Some trees now grow growing.
ing. growing. Will sell all or part to suit pur purchaser.
chaser. purchaser. Also six-room house fur fur-.
. fur-. nisbed. E. J. Ethridge, Stanton,
'Florida. ... 20-3t

$1.19-1

Mattress ticking, fine Or p
heavy quality OO 1
A. C. A. feather ticking AO p
per yard v
Railroad Cheviots, a bar-Or., a
gain at &0 K,
Silk and cotton Foulards in
stripes, checks and plain JQ p
colors, 36 in., wide Ut 1
36 inch silk Poplins in all AO p
colors, ner vard vO

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36 inch black and white
all wool plaid

Black Navy Copenhagen and
cream all wool serge $4 QQ
45in. wide, $2.25 value vlt)tJ
Black and Navy Trico- g-J M(
tines 45 inches wide
40 in. Georgette and
Crepe de Chine 1JU
Shawnee sheets 72x90 $1.00
Black Hawk seamless sheets
72x90 for,$1.39 81x90 for $1.69
Black Hawk pillow cases or p
going for each wt) C
Full bed size counter- CJC QQ
panes, $10.00 value QddO
Turkish bath towels 18x36. OOlp
going for each Luis

"WHY PAY MORE"

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ONE OF FLOPIDA'S BEST GARAGES

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LETTERHEADS, BILLHEADS, CARDS, CIRCULARS. FOLDERS, F1SE B00KLE1S,
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We never disappoint acustomer on a promise.
You get the job when its due.

ETC

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