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The Ocala evening star
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Ocala Evening Star
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TEMPERATURE
This morning; 49.
This afternoon, 72.

VOL. 27
ANNUAL MEETING
BOARD OF TRADE
Will be Held Tomorrow Evening-, and
Some Decisive Action is Sure
to be Taken
Notices of the annual meeting of
the Marion County Board of Trade, to
be held tomorrow night at 8 o'clock,
have been mailed to all the members
of the organization, and it is expected
that there will be a large attendance.
The secretary will make his report on
the work of the Board-of Trade dur during
ing during the year just ending and the elec election
tion election of officers for the new year will
take place. In the notices to the
members stress has 'been put upon
the fact that the Marion County Board
of Trade is the only commercial or organization
ganization organization in Ocala and Marion coun county.
ty. county. There is no other organization in
the county devoted entirely and giving
all of its time to the development and
betterment of the county along pro progressive
gressive progressive lines.
It is the secretary's opinion that
Ocala and Marion county will hav
the greatest development in the next
five years that they have ever had,
and that everything possible should
be done to take advantage of a most
favorable opportunity for progress.
The annual meeting of the Board of
Trade very largely determines the
policy of the organization for the
year. Its importance therefore is not
to be underestimated. The accom accomplishments
plishments accomplishments of the Board ; of Trade
during 1920 were greater than those
tnti xi a- l a 1 i.
vi iviv, ana me secreiary nupes mat
in the year 1921 even greater results
will be obtained. The results to be
obtained are dependent upon the co cooperation
operation cooperation and support of the mem members.
bers. members. For those who are prone to ask
"What has the Board of Trade ever
done?" there will be an answer to tomorrow
morrow tomorrow night.
GOVERNOR
HARDEE WANTS
A TAX COMMISSION
(Associated Press)
Jacksonville, Jan. 26. Creation of
the office of tax commissioner by the
Florida legislature, which meets in
April, and the equalization of the
basis of assessment in all 54 counties
of the state, preferably 50 per cent.,
were among the recommendations
made here yesterday by Gov. Cary A.
Hardee, to tax assessors from all
parts of Florida.
IRWIN INTERNED
Irish Presbyterian Minister Equipped
with Seditious Literature, Arms
and Ammunition
(Associated Press 1
Dublin, Jan. 26. A report issued at
Dublin Castle says that while search
ing the home of Rev. J. A. Irwin, a
Presbyterian minister, the police
found a revolver, ammunition, a shot shotgun
gun shotgun and a quantity, of seditious litera literature.
ture. literature. Irwin, who delivered addresses
in the United States when Eamon de
Valera was in that country, was sent
to an internment camp after his ar arrest.
rest. arrest. HIGH PER CENT PUBLIC MEN
ARE COLLEGE GRADUATES
(Associated Press)
Valparaiso, Ind., Jan. 26. Thirty Thirty-'six
'six Thirty-'six per cent of the members of Con-
giess, fifty-five per cent of the presi presidents
dents presidents of the United States and fifty fifty-four
four fifty-four per cent of the vice presidents
have been college graduates, accord
, ing to an announcement made by Dr.
G. C. Borst. dean of education of the
Valparaiso University.
Dr. Borst also made the statement
that there is only one per cent of col
lege graduates in our male popula
tion of graduate age.
"Nearly fifty-five per cent of all
cabinet members, sixty-nine per cent
of the justices 'fcf the .supreme court
and eighty-five per cent of the chief
justices have also been furnished from
this one per cent," said Dr. Borst.
Have you been unfortunate in focat
ing that particular property you have
wanted?
To delay buying may develop fur
ther misfortune. Buy now and get
what you have been looking for.
Attend the sale of Boozer property
at auction Friday, Jan- 28, at 10
o'clock a. m. 26-2t
Dr. Charles Watson Moremen,
Dental Surgeon
Commercial Bank Building, Ocala
Fla. Office phone 211; residence

phone 298. 7-tf

OCALA

CLEARED SQHVAB
FROM CHARGES
Committee Reports that the Steel
Maker Received no Pay While
Working for His Country
(Associated Press)
Washington, Jan- 26. Charges that
Schwab received payment from the
government for his expenses while
director general of the Emergency
Fleet Corporation were not proven
and are not true, the Walsh investi
gating committee declared today in
an authorized statement.
TAKING UP BACK TAXES
Approximately $35,000,000 a month
in back taxes is being collected by the
government, large sums being found
due as a result of audit of returns.
MORE NEGROES IN PITTSBURG
AND PHILADELPHIA
Washington, Jan. 26 The negro
population of Pittsburg is 37,688, an
increase of 47 per cent.. The negro
population of Philadelphia Ms 134,098,
an increase of 58 per cent.
SNATCHED HER BALDHEADED
Tampa, Jan. 26. Dena Dewitt, a
5-year-old girl of Dade City, was
completely scalped yesterday when
her long tresses caught in the driving
shaft of a syrup mill at Dade City.
The girl was brought to the hospital
here and physicians sewed the scalp
on again. They report she stands an
excellent chance of recovery.
THE SOCIAL DAY
The regular weekly hospitality or
social day at the Woman's Club held
yesterday proved very pleasant. There
were manyvisitors present. The only
special card tables were those engaged
by Mrs, William Hocker, Mrs. Harry
Dozier and Mrs. Bennie Condon. Mrs.
Leverett Futch sang several solos,
Mrs. B. F. Condon rendered a few in instrumental
strumental instrumental selections and little Misses
Helen Barker and Virginia Peek gave
readings.
This social day at the Woman's Club
house is a weekly event and is a splen splendid
did splendid custom, for it gives an opportu
nity for new comers and visitors to
the city to become acquainted with
each other and the town people.
BURBANK
Burbank, Jan. 25. Mr. F. C. Bland
of Chicago, returned home after
spending several weeks here. His
family will remain until the cold
weather is over.
The friends of Mr. and Mrs. H. I.
Turner are in receipt of cards an announcing
nouncing announcing the arrival of a nine-pound
son, Vernon Morton Turner.
After spending a few days with
his sister, Mrs.xW. P. Vickers, Mr.
and Mrs. C. E. Glenn have returned
to Durham, N. C.
Mr.. N. A. Nelson of Chicago is
visiting his sister and brother-in-law,
Mr. and Mrs. Geo. A. Clineman.
Mr. C. E. Clements was a business
caller in Ocala Saturday. Mr. Clem Clements
ents Clements is having five acres of land clear
ed and planted to sugar cane.
V. H. Turner & Sons are building
a barn on their farm west of town.
Mr. and Mrs. Ben Freeland of De
Moines, Iowa, are visiting Mr. and
Mrs. M. D. L. Graham.
Mrs. V. H. Turner and son, Ray
mond are visiting friends and rela
tives in Miami.
Mrs. Wm. M. McKim has returned
to Sanford after spending- a few
weeks with her daughter, Mrs. H. I.
Turner.
Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Bogue have as
visitors Mr. and" Mrs. R. J. Bogue of
Chicago.
Mr. Fred Priest is visiting his
brother, Charlton Priest at Palm
Beach.
The planting. of Irish potatoes is
the order of the day now. Those that
are not nlantine are getting their
shane and the fertilizer out
snape ana me ienuizer put
land in
on the land.
Mrs. Sarah Tourtellot spent the day
Friday with Mrs. H. I. Turner.
The essence of success in real estate
. ..
is "buying right."
You buy right when the right land
of orooerty is offered.

The Felton Realty Auction Com-lK B J .tunes and would nave oeen easier on
pany is offering property that can bel Profits jf d on their opponents if the Fairfield girls
bought right, and you cannot afford hf, cc bas.s. Both methods are tad not won over our rU with such
to neglect this opportunity. Be on explained on form 1M0F. copies! I understand the- Fairfield
hsnd when the Boozer orooerty roes of which may be obtained from the toys are coming here to play our boys.

at auction, Friday, Jan.
o'clock a- in.
28,
at 10 i
e'M
4.

Get the habit ol reading th ads.

OGALA, FLORIDA, WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 26. 1921

HECOHIDED
FOR REJECTION
Scions of Tennessee Slow to Shadow
Their State with a Cerulean
Sunday
(Associated Press)
Nashville, Tenn., Jan. 26. The bill
prohibiting Sunday amusement but
permitting operation of necessary
public utilities was recommended for
rejection by the senate judiciary com committee.
mittee. committee. The huse committee post postponed
poned postponed action' on the bill.
SPIGGOTY ENGINEERS
ARE NOT SKILLFUL
(Associated Press)
Sansalvador, Jan. 26. Six persons
were killed and five injured in a col
lision between coal and work trains
on the Western railroad near here
yesterday.
HARDING AND PARTY
TAKING IT EASY
(Associated Press)
Fort Pierce, Jan. 26. The Harding
party disembarged here early this
morning for a round of golf. They ex expected
pected expected to resume their journey south southward
ward southward about noon and indications are
that the yacht Victoria will not arrive
at Palm Beach until tomorrow.
BAPTIST J1EETINGS
The prayer meetings at the' Baptist
church this week have been very help
ful and enjoyable to those who at
tended.
Monday after an inspiring talk by
Mrs. T. D. Wray of Columbia, S. C,
the mission work of South America
was discussed.
Tuesday afternoon Dr. Collins made
a very interesting talk on Japan.
Tonight the Young Woman's Aux-
iiiary will conduct the prayer meet meeting
ing meeting at 7:30 o'clock.
Thursday afternoon Mrs. O. E. Cox
will be leader and Friday Mrs. R. A.
Barford will lead the meeting at 3:30
o'clock. The women of the church are
urged to attend.
SPECIAL BLANKS
FOR FARMERS' TAX
Internal Revenue Bureau Makes
It
Easier to Fill Out Forms
Thousands of farmers whose net in income
come income for 1920 equaled or exceeded the
exemptions of $1000 for single persons
and $2000 for married persons will be
required to file on or before March
15, 1921, income tax returns for the
year 1920.
As an aid to farmers the bureau of
internal revenue has prepared a spe-
cial form, 1040F. for recording sales
of live stock, produce and a summary
of income and expenses. This form
should be attached to the taxpayer's
individual return on form 1040 or
1040A. Full instructions for making
cut the forms are contained in each.
Under gross income a farmer is re-"
quired to include all proceeds derived
from the sale of farm products wheth-
er produced on a farm or purchased

for resale. When he exchanges hisland was taven to Qcala to a doctor to

produce for groceries, clothing or
other merchandise he must include in
his income the value of the articles
rcecived and exchanged. -'Profit re received
ceived received from the sale of farm land or
rent received for the use thereof must
also be included.
In determining his, net income, upon
which the tax is assessed, the farmer
may deduct all necessary expenses in-
curred in the operation of his farm

during the year. These include costcenter for Fairfield could reach so

of cultivation, harvesting and mar-

keting of his crops, the cost of seed!that Fellowship, didn't have a ghost

and fertilizer used, amount spent
repair to farm buildings other than
the dwelling, and to fences and ma
chinery- The cost of farm tools used
up in the course of the year, wages
paid to employees other than domestic
servants and rent paid fr farm land
i mj;--. intuar far.iii,,
.! uuuuui& Vwi...v. '- " ""t

arc deductible items. !the Fairfield girls for their fairness
Farmers who keep no records or:and t,e am0unt of pep they put into
only records of cash.reecipts and dis-ja game.

juu T 11 As t0 th game P y Between. c
ion the basis of actual recemts. Dut'v.TT-, AMV.ti.ee hva YA rm1

bursements should make their returns
I ;
ilarmers wno K?p com?ieie a"7s
I mmvio
oSBces of collectors of internal reve-
.nue.
Seafood, always to be had fresh
-tv FISH Market. 9 Ft. Kin Aye. tf

NINQ

OPINION Of THE
MILITARY EXPERTS
Take Mostly the Same Viewpoint as
the French in Regard to Enforce Enforcement
ment Enforcement of the Versailles Treaty
(Associated Press)
Paris, Jan. 26. The military ex
perts today handed the supreme coun council
cil council their report on the plan for dis dis-landment
landment dis-landment of German military units.
The report gives satisfaction to the
French view point, providing for full
compliance with all the disarmament
clauses of the Versailles treaty. Two Two-thirds
thirds Two-thirds of the disarmament must be
completed by March 1st and the worn
will be finished by July 1st-
Paul Douer, French minister of
finance, opened the discussion on
German reparations at the morning
session.
ATTEMPT TO ASSASSINATE A
PROMINENT ARMENIAN
Paris, Jan. 26. An unsuccessful
attempt was made today to assassi assassinate
nate assassinate Avetis Ahrounian, head of the
Armenian delegation in Paris. The
alleged assailant, who fired a pistol at
his intended victim but missed, was
placed under arrest.
THEY SEEM TO HAVE
LYNCH LAW UP THERE
Pittsburg, Pa., Jan. 26. Mrs. Lil Lillian
lian Lillian Bangham pressed the muzzle of
a pistol to the side of William Wilson,
a negro, chjarged with assaulting her
at a court hearing in Forest Hills
borough near here yesterday. She
pulled the trigger but the pistol did
not go off. Forty or fifty women as assembled
sembled assembled in the court room cried "kill
him," and "well stand by you."
FELLOWSHIP
Fellowship, Jan. 24. Mr. and Mrs.
N. A. Noble of Morriston, Mr. Fred
Noble and Miss Landis Noble of Ro Romeo,
meo, Romeo, were the guests of Mr. and Mrs.
S. J. McCully Sunday. 1
Miss Yvonnie Seckinger of Martel
was the week-end guest of Miss
Louise Crumpton.
The farmers are very busy prepar preparing
ing preparing their land for another crop. The
acreage will be considerably smaller
this year than last year.
Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Smith have
moved to Martel to embark in the
mercantile business. We certainly re regret
gret regret to lose this good family, but
wish for them much success.
Brother E. Lee Smith filled his reg regular
ular regular appointment at Fellowship Sun Sunday,
day, Sunday, and is teaching a class in Sun Sunday
day Sunday school manual tonight.
Mr. Gordon Beck of Georgia, is the
guest of his uncle, Mr. J. L. Beck, and
family.
Mrs. W. B. Hammons and daughter,
Miss Rowena were the guests of the
former's sister, Mrs. Rosa Seckinger
as Sunday.
Mr- and Mrs. r. a. Sandifer and
, children of Oklawaha, also Mrs.' John
Iveedham and baby and Miss Annie
veedham of Ocala. were guests of Mr.
ard Mrs H j McCully last Sunday.
Master James Hudgens cut two of
. hi3 fjngers very badly last Saturday
have his wounds treated
Miss Fay Beck was, the guest of
her sister. Mrs. J. M. Smith of Okla
wiha last Saturday and Sunday. 1
Mrs. Tom Proctor and children of
Ocala are quests of the former's
mother, Mrs. E. A. Crumpton.
The Fairfield correspondent in re
porting the game of basket ball be between
tween between Fairfield and Fellowship failed
to state the young lady who played
rouch hither than Fellowship's center
mj0f a show. The Fellowship girls
. haVent had a referee more than half
!a dozen times outside the two match
,eames; Give Fellowship girls the
Same training as Fairfield girls have
fcad and are still getting and I dare
say they will play equally as good a
t j-
game as r ay iieiu. i cenaioiy aumiir
i
; training, but I don't think our boys
nave naa a reieree more man a iew
j admire their pluck and hope they
'ccme. I want to commend both sides
atlfor mann?rX in wch they Uke
I defeat so gooa natureaiy.

M ,VJJ

TOOK THE NEGRO
FROM A TRAIN
Accused of Murder of a Farmer and
His Daughter, Christmas Day,
in a Town ia Arkansas
(Associated Press)
Memphis Tenn., Jan. 26. Henry
Lowery, a negro, charged with the
murder of a farmer and his daughter
near Wilson, Ark., Christday day, was
taken from officers at Sardis, Miss.,
today by a mob, who disappeared with
him in an automobile.
Lowery was taken from the strain
aboard which he was being returned
to Arkansas from El Paso, Texas,
where he was captured last night.
Eight or ten automobiles accompanied
the one which the negro was placed.
MRS EMMA R. STONE
In 1910 Mrs. Emma R. Stone moved
from Hiltons, Va., to Citra, and pur purchased
chased purchased a little home there. On ac account
count account of failing health, after living, in
Florida six months, she returned to
Scott county, Va., in 1911, moved to
Tennessee in October 1919 and died
at her home near Piny Flats, Tena,
Nov. 24th, 1920, of paralysis, aged
70 years.
She had been an invalid for several
years and her sufferings were great.
She was a member of the Methodist
church.
"There was 'no .moaning at the bar
"When she put to sea.
She was a reader of the Ocala Star
and enjoyed its visits.
A VOCA'S BUSINESS
CENTER ABLAZE
(Associated Press)
Scranton, Pa, Jan. .26. The busi
ness district of the mining town of
Avoca, near here, was destroyed by
fire today. The loss will amount to
$150,000.
HARDING'S HOME TOWN
INVADED BY BANDITS
(Associated Press)
Marion, O., Jan. 26. Two bandits
today entered the office of the county
treasurer in the courthouse here,
knocked Treasurer Forry unconscious
with the butt-end of a revolver and
escaped in an automobile with nearly
$15,000 in cash.
A VETERAN JOURNALIST
GONE TO HIS REWARD
- (Associated Press)
Farmville, Va., Jan. 26 James Lit
tleton Hart, postmaster and edilor of
the Farmville Herald, is dead at his
home here. Mr. Hart was secretary
of the Virginia Press Association for
a quarter of a century.
CLEVELAND GRAYS
ARMORY CONSUMED
(Associated Press)
Cleveland, O, Jan. 26. The Cleve
land Grays' armory was destroyed by
fire today. The loss will total $300,000.
CUT OUT THE CANNED SPINACH
.(Associated Press) ",
Grand Rapids Jan. 26. Two of the
nineteen nurses and attaches at ths
hospital here, suffering from poison
ing attributed to preserved spmacn,
are in a serious condition today. There
were two deaths yesterday.
CO-OPERATIVE CONGRESS
TO MEET AT CLEVELAND
(Associate Press).
Cleveland, O., Jan. 26. Plans for a
closer relationship between producers
ar.d consumers and for group buying
and selling will be formulated and
presented to the farmer-labor co cooperative
operative cooperative congress for adoption, it is
expected, when that body meets here
February 10 to 12.
The convention will also consider
methods to prevent the exploitation of
farmers and fruit growers and may
devise some clans for shipping pro
ducts direci to industrial centers for
distribution to consumers.
Between 1200 and 1500 delegates
representing several hundred co
operative stores. 125 labor unions and
000,000 progressive farmers are ex
pected to attend ""the convention, ac according
cording according to Warren S. Stone, grand
chief of the Brotherhood of Locomo Locomotive
tive Locomotive Engineers and a leader in the
congress.
Two Fords for two hundred dollars.
Ajiply at Carroll Motors Co. 25-3t

- WEATHER FORECAST
Partly cloudy tonight
and Thursday, probably
rain; colder. Thursday
and in north portion tonight.

NO. 21
KILLED A I'll
III lEVJ COUNT?
A Man Named Osteen from Near
Flemiagton. Cut the Throat of
bis Wife from Ear to Ear
Sheriff Thomas informs the Star
that he has been out In the west of
the county, trying to help the Levy
officers capture a man who killed his
wife near Chiefland Sunday.
The man's name is J. A. Osteen
who lived near Flemington. close to
the county line. The two were near
Chieflland in Levy county Sunday. It
is reported that the woman was in an
automobile with another man wheu
her husband jumped in the car behind
her, caught her hair, pulled her head
back and cut her throat.
The other man, it is said, jumped
out of the car and ran, the enraged
husband, knife in hand, close. behind
him. The husband was not swift
enough, however, and lost the race.
He then took to the woods himself.
We understand that Mr. and Mrs.
Osteen had been married only a few
days.
WOODMEN CIRCLE
The Woodmen circle held a special
meeting last night in honor of Sover Sovereign
eign Sovereign Mamie Williams, who is to leave
for Dunnellon about the first of Feb February.
ruary. February. The clerk read the announce
ment of the marriage of Sovereign
Winifred McDonald, our state man
ager, to Mr. Judson Cauthen, both of
Jacksonville. The following officers
were installed: Mamie Williams and
Mattie Robinson, managers. After
the business session a social hour was
enjoyed. Sovereign Williams favored
the grove with piano selections, while
refreshments of sandwiches, cake and
ambrosia were served. While we re regret
gret regret the loss of Sovereign Williams,
every good wish goes with her to her
new home in "Dunnellon.
Circle Reporter.
IT HAPPENS TOO OFTEN
Tarring and Feathering of Men in the
Metropolis of the
State
(Associated' Press)
Jacksonville, Jan. 26. Acting May Mayor
or Mayor Howen has issued a call for a mass
meeting today in protest against law lawlessness
lessness lawlessness in Jacksonville. The call was
prompted by the tarring and feather feathering
ing feathering of F. P. Sullivan here last night.
LOSS OF LIFE OFF
COAST OF LUZON
(Associated Press)
Manila, Jan. 26- Forty-eight Fili Filipinos
pinos Filipinos were drowned in two wrecks.
Thirty-six, mostly women and chil children,
dren, children, lost their lives when a coastwise
steamer was blown ashore, and twelve
were drowned when a launch was
driven on the reefs.
DENTISTS WOULD PRESERVE
TEETH OF THE CHILDREN
(Associated Press)
Chicago, Jan. 26- A nation-wide
movement in mouth hygiene, having
for its primary object the betterment
of mouth conditions in the child by
means of instruction in this subject
in the schools, will be inaugurated
here ort Thursday. Jan. 27, at the 67th
anniversary of the Chicago Dental
Society.
Several thousand dentists fromHms
country and Canada have signified
their intention of attending the meet meeting.
ing. meeting. :
Thomas A- Forsyth, of Boston, who
has contributed $8,000,000 to found
and maintain the Forsyth infirmary
cf Boston, will be the guest of honor.
Plans for establishing dental. in infirmaries
firmaries infirmaries in all large cities will be
discussed and dentists from those
cities in which infirmaries have al already
ready already been established will be present
to tell. of the work done.
Good realty buyers insure increased
valuation of property by taking ad advantage
vantage advantage of goo offers. They recog recognize
nize recognize attractive prospeeta and become
acquainted with them.
To find the opportunities of a "good.
buyer,, you must become acquainted,
These will be found when you attend
the auction sale of the Boozer prop
erty, Friday, Jan. 28, at 19 o'clock a.
m, Felton Realty Auction Company,
cendoctors. 2$-2t
Try a H-lb. box of crystallized
grapefruit or orange. Youll like it.
I Ft. King Confectionery. Phono tf



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Isn't the number of big
America rather unusual?
fires in
Charles E. Hughes has a million
dollar a year practice, which he, will
have to give up if he goes in Hard
ing's cabinet.
The astronomers have discovered
another star, 250,000 times the size of
the sun. They call him Betelgeuse,
and are afraid he will make the uni
verse tip up.
. Does anyone know what has become
of one "Jimmy Cox," who cut quite a
figure a few months ago? We never
see him on the front page any more-
Tampa Times.
Turn over and look on your first
page and youH find him right there.
Hasn't the Ocala Star found out
that the jovial joker of the St. Au
gustine Record is only "puritanical
when the wind is nor-nor-east?-Tampa
Tribune.
We have sometimes had some such
a suspicion, but how1 are we to know
from what quarter the wind is blow
ing in St. Augustine?
. Man's best friend, the dog, has just
received a rather flattering recogni
tion from, the Hartford Live Stock
Insurance Company. Owners of dogs
may now insure their male canines at
20 per cent of what they believe the
pups to be worth, while female dogs
are to be insured at 15 per cent of
their stipulated value.
We hope the Miami papers will in investigate
vestigate investigate that seizure of 200 cases of
good whisky seized in Detroit in a car
shipment of grapefruit and see that
the man who shipped it out of the
state gets Raiford until Catts is again
elected to something in Florida. Florida.-Tampa
Tampa Florida.-Tampa Tribune.
That is to say a life sentence.
The South Florida Fair will be the
best ever held in the state is the
judgment of men who know what is
doing. It begins Feb. 3. Tampa
Times.
That is Wednesday next, and a big
crowd of Marion's citizens should be
in Tampa for the next few days to see
South Florida's excellent exposition.
Men well acquainted with Governor
Hardee say that he will not hesitate
to remove officials from office when
those officials are betraying the trust
imposed in them. It is possible that
Florida office holders will have to toe
the mark for the next four years.
Miami Metropolis.
They should toe the mark all the
time.
The government has introduced an
unusual wrinkle iir prohibition law
enforcement, seizing two Kentucky
farms on which illicit whisky stills
were found. One in Nelson county
has 500 acres, and another, in Bullitt
county, contains fifty-six acres. The
owners may redeem their property
upon payment of penalties set at
$1600.
Special concessions were granted to
women jurors in the Polk county, la.,
district court by Judge J. D. Walling
ford, who announced that they may
wear hats in the jury box and that
time will be given them to powder
their faces during court session. Of
forty women called for jury service
this term, twenty announced their
willingness to serve.
For the first time on record an an anomalous
omalous anomalous situation is reported there
is an ice famine in Iceland. Cable-

grams from Reykjavik, the capital of than all of them put together. Th Th-the
the Th-the country, make an appeal to Nor-! prices there are so much more reason reason-way
way reason-way to rush shipments of ice to Ice-! able. Gainesville Sun.
land in order to save the herring har-j A year ago few wanted anything
vest from putrefaction. The famine j cheaper than the supreme court of
is due to the miJd winter and a dearth -the United States.
of a local supply.. Iceland is sharing j
with other parts of the world unusual i Says the Miami Metropolis: "One
and abnormal winter weather condi-jcf the finest teachers we have ever
tions. known insists that carelessness is one

PRINCIPAL VIRTUE
OF PROHIBITION
The St. Petersburg Times sets forth
as follows the principal virtue of pro
hibition:
'In discussions of the alleged fail
ure of prohibition there is one very
important fact often ignored. It' will
be granted that a great deal of liq
uor is being drunk still, some of it the
eft-over supply withdrawn from bond
and some of it new stuff of amateur
manufacture. But it should not be
overlooked that nearly always it
is
he old, habitual drinkers who
are
consuming the stuff.
"The bonded whisky is not being of-
ered to new and unappreciative
drinkers. It is considered too pre
cious. The home-made stuff is handled
almost as exclusively. The former
abstainers, and more particularly the
young people, are ignored. -This is
ikewise true of the new manufactur
ing activity. It is not the boys and
girls who are operating home stills
and brewing outfits.
'"The new generation now has a far
better chance than any previous gen
eration had to grow up without a
taste of alcohol. It is not thrust upon
the young as it used to be, and it will
be "thrust upon them less and less as
the old stock disappears and the new
stock is kept down by more complete
enforcement of the law.
"This is the process, slow but sure,
by which real sobriety will come
about. The nation will be truly sober
and prohibition will be an established
fact when the percentage of citizens
who ever tasted strong drink is a
small minority, and the big "majority
do not know how the stuff looks,
tastes or smells, and accordingly have
no more appetite for it than they have
for opium or hashish."
When this tent city business began I
few months ago, Floridians hailed
it as a solution of how to shelter
tourists without building houses. It
has worked out tolerably well, but has
proven to have drawbacks. St. Pe Petersburg
tersburg Petersburg for instance has a tent city
which has turned out to be anything
but an unmixed blessing. It has about
600 tents and consequently not less
than 3000 population. A good many
of .these people have acted well, but
others have not: A number of them
disregard sanitary laws, which makes
the whole camp a nuisance. Some bad
characters are among them, and are
able to conceal themselves better than
if they were in the town. One of the
worst drawbacks to the camp is that
a number of the' men are skilled me mechanics.
chanics. mechanics. They go out into the town,
offer to4work for less money than is
being paid home people and conse consequently
quently consequently demoralize the labor market.
In the meantime they receive light
and water free from the city. Alto Altogether,
gether, Altogether, we think Ocala has lost little
or nothing by not having a large
camping ground for tourists.
We fear that the American rail
roads are going to draw back upon
themselves a part of the animosity
that they rid themselves of during
the war. They are now charging more
than double pre-war rates and the
people are willing to pay, provided
they receive service in return. But
when the roads require the govern
ment to reimburse them for all their
losses during the war they are asking
too much. They really lost no more
than other lines of business. If the
government is to advance them
large sums of money, the people will
have to be taxed to raise the amount
needed, and will never get it back.
Let the roads work their way out.
The United States district court, the
state circuit court for Alachua coun
ty, the county judge's court and the
municipal court were all in session
yesterday. The last named court
seemed to be more liberally patronized
Raising the Family

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of the cardinal sins. She contends that
a person who is careless is inconsid

erate, selfish, frequently criminal, and
her wrath arises in its might when a
person attempts to excuse somebody
who has done the wrong thing by at attributing
tributing attributing his act to 'just carelessness.'
There is much justice in that attitude
cf hers."
Senator Fletcher has introduced a
bill into the Senate, asking the secre secretary
tary secretary of agriculture to report the
amount of commercial potash, nitro
gen and phosphoric acid available for
fertilizer purposes and the prices as
compared with 1913. The secretary
would also be asked to furnish sugges suggestions
tions suggestions for relieving any situation which
might result through a shortage or
prohibitive prices.
Rube Allyn's trouble will at least
show him who his friends are, and
he has a multitude of them. Tampa
Tfmes.
Yes, and the best thing for his
friends to do is to send him a sub
scription for his fine little magazine,
which is worth its price, even if Rube
didn't need any help. Send your name,
address and a dollar to Mrs. Rube
Allyn, care Rinaldi Printing Company,
Tampa, Fla.
The question of seizing an auto
conveying liquor seems difficult of in
terpretation. As we see it, a man
employed in booze running can bring
a cargo of liquor uptown from the
union station ,and if caught can re-'
tain his car; provided, he has one or
more passengers. And a man in the
liquor running business always has
friends, who are willing to serve as
passengers.
If you wish to know the location,
size or any other information about
the Boozer property to be sold at auc auction
tion auction January 28th, see our Mr. Felton,
at the Harrington Hall hotel, and he
will take pleasure in showing you
over the same. 24-
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Select your own lot and
plans. Terms: half cash,
balance like rent. Call and
talk it over with us.
RAY I THOMSON
Abstract
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FOR TORPID LIVER
Tennessee Lumberman Talks of His
Successful Use of Bbck-Drtsgnt
for Colds and Headaches.
Jamestown. Tenn. "I have used
Thedford's Black-Draught for years. In
fact it is the only liver medicine that
does me any good.' says Mr. L. A.
Ragan, a well-known lumberman of
this place. "When I was single, I used
It for headaches, and especially if I
get a cold and feel feverish, I take a
good dose of Black-Draught, and It
sets me right.
"Since I have been married, I have
used It In my family, and never have
found Its equal for torpid liver or dis disarranged
arranged disarranged stomach, especially with
children. I can recommend Black Black-Draught,
Draught, Black-Draught, and gladly do so."
Every member of the family occa occasionally
sionally occasionally needs the assistance that
Black-Draught can give. In helping to
cleanse the system and relieve or pre prevent
vent prevent the troubles that come from a
lazy, torpid liver.
If your liver Is not doing Its duty,
you may suffer with headache, consti constipation,
pation, constipation, biliousness, indigestion, etc
Unless relief is obtained, serious sick sickness
ness sickness may result. In its long and suc successful
cessful successful use, Thedford's Black-Draught
has been found in thousands of cases
to relieve such disorders, by stimulat stimulating
ing stimulating the liver to do Its Important work.
Ask for Thedford's Black-Draught,
j and insist on the genuine. NC-U7

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be held here for two weeks.
Committee
Pure grapefruit and orange jelly,
"a Florida product,' at the Fort King
Confectionery. Phone 596. 22-tf
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Salt and fresh water fish, oysters,
shrimp, etc.. at CITY FISH MARKET,
Ft. King Ave., phone 158. 27-tf
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DR. K. J. WEIHE.
Optometrist and Optician
Eyesight Specialist
NOTICE
Mr. G. B. Overton is now
our
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Two Licensed Embalmers
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The laws OI rioriua require an au- . .
tomobi es to have a 1921 license num-: feir Assooatioa wjU be held Tues Tues-SSw
SSw Tues-SSw 1st, 1921. All automobile y, February fte 1st at the club
tes January a w kmc- q a house at Eastlake at 7:30 p. m., to
drivers not having 1921 license tags officer8 and &aam other
on February 1st 1921, will be prose- business matters that may come be be-cuted.
cuted. be-cuted. S. C. M. Thomas, fere the meeting. A. N. Cameron,
Sheriff, Marion Coutny, Fla. jl-19-wed Secretary.

Farm of 160 acres of good new

eround containing the rich Scott

si ring hammock, situated two milet
from Ocala on hard road, improved
with dwelling and all out buildings
Will sell at a bargain. Address, C
P. Howell, Box 188, Ocala, Fla. 31-301

One of our citizens, who has many

good ideas, but 13 too modest to let
his name be printed, has sent in the
following interesting communication:

Editor Star: A few days ago I saw
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an article in xne cstar in regaru w
planting palms and other tropical

plants and flowers and this is certain

ly a move in the right direction.

Gainesville is now planting phoenix

palms on its streets, and with a little

intelligent effort and a very small ex

pense Ocala could be transformed
into a tropical looking fairland in a

few years.

We have centered our endeavors

upon the water oak and cabbage pal

metto. These have their beauty and

their place, but neither are apt to

catch the eye of the tourist or hold

the same for long as there is nothing

peculiar to Florida about them and

they can be found way up in the Caro-

linas.

There. are a large number of beau

tiful palms that are perfectly hardy

in this climate, and which in the case
of the phoenix tenuis offers a rival to
even the royal palm itself. The phoe

nix sylvestris will grow here to per

fection and a beautiful specimen of

this palm may be seen in the yard
across and west of Mr. D. E. Mclvers
home. Another is the phoenix can canadensis,
adensis, canadensis, a specimen of which may be

seen in Mrs. Maude Home's yard on
Cklawaha. I have already mentioned

the phoenix tenuis. It is even more

lately than the phoenix sylvestrts

and perfectly hardy here. Another

beautiful palm is the cocos alphonsei

or Belleair palm. A large specimen

of this palm may be seen on Mr.

Blood's farm near town and a smaller

one in Miss Nellie Stevens yard on

Third street. There are several other

varieties of the cocos palms which are

perfectly hardy here and which re

semble the cocos alphonsei, such as

the cocos australis, cocos datil and

cocos eriospatha, the cocos datil be-

in or perhaps the prettiest of all of

these. Then there is also the sabal
blackburniania, a giant palmetto; the

porcupine palmetto, a specimen of

which may be seen in the Misses

Gamsbys yard on Fort King and then

of course the Washington robusta.

The only objection to these latter

palms is their close resemblance to

the palmetto and the fact that there

fore they do not give quite such a va

riety as the pinnate leaved palms

In addition to the above hardy

palms there are a number of semi semi-hardy
hardy semi-hardy palms. These latter while they

may at times be injured to some ex extent,
tent, extent, or might in the case of another

'jo" be killed, are of such rapid

growth and great beauty as to well
warrant planting as from what we
know of the Florida climate he should

get some twenty years or more out of

them. In this latter class fall the

cocos plumosa, or plumy, cocoanut of

Brazil, which has a considerable re resemblance
semblance resemblance to the royal palm. The
phoenix reclinata, a specimen of which
may be seen in Mrs. Van Hood's yard

on Fort King. Another very attrac attractive
tive attractive palm of this class which closely
resembles the regular cocoanut palm
is the phoenix pumila. A specimen of

this phoenix pumila palm some twenty

edd feet high may be seen on Mr.

Blood's farm, so evidently it N has

grown here for many years and with

stood the freeze of 1917.

Some people are hesitant about

planting palms since from their ex

perience with palmettos they 'think

them both hard to live and expensive.

This is not the case with the small

specimens rotten from the. nurseries.

These will live with any reasonable

care for the first month or so, and any

of the above specimens may be had at

a price of from twenty-five cents to

a dollar.

I have not mentioned the true date

palm which is planted by some here.

This requires a great deal of moisture

:o be a success and there are very

few places in Ocala where it would be

advisable to plant it. On low wet

ground it will do well but not other

wise.

Turninz from the palms we find

several other trees and flowers which

we could well have more of. In this

class are the hibiscus, which perhaps

will eive more flowers for the same

effort than any other plant. There

are many varities of this, but the

single scarlet is perhaps the best for
this section. The araucaria bidwilli,

or monkey puzzle tree, will grow here,

and this tropical pine under proper

conditions will reach enormous size.

A specimen of this tree may be seen

across the street and south of Mr.

Pcvser's residence. This particular

tree is sapped by a large oak and has

r.cver had a real chance, but even then

it has become quite a large tree. An

other tree is the jacaranda miraosae miraosae-folia
folia miraosae-folia of Brazil, which is a mass of
blue in the spring and of equal hardi

ness as the orange. This tree can be

pruned. Then we have some four va

rieties of avocado pears that- will
grow and bear fruit in this climate.
There is one of these trees in Alachua
county which last year had some 800

fruit on it. This is the Mexican pear
of which there are some four varieties.

Last but by no means least is the

tree fern. The Australian tree fern

is perhaps the most beautiful of all
the tropical plants or palms; certain-

y it is second to none. This, grows

outdoors as far north as Orlando, in

protected spots and I expect is pro protected
tected protected on especially cold nights, tho

it is fairly hardy. As a porch orna ornament
ment ornament nothing can exceed it for beauty.
This latter owing to the demand for

it is at present rather scarce, but as

it is very prolific and quick growing

this will not last.

A few of these plants and palms

planted in our public places each year
would in a few years transform our

streets and city. In addition there is

nothing that adds more to the .value ;

of a place or makes it easier to sell J t

than pretty palms and flowers around
it. A man will spend several thousand
dollars on a home and then fail to
spend the last $25 for palms and
shrubs that would add hundreds of
dollars to the value of his property.

Side and Back Hurt
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Jordan Miaea, Va. "I am makiag
this statement for the beneit of any

one sufferiaf as I
did. I had pain
la By aide aad
could scarcely eat
aaytainc. My
back hurt an the
time aad I was
very nervous. "No
medicine did ate
any good uattl I

took Dr. Pierce's
Goldea Medical
Disco very aad his

Favorite Prescription.. together with
the Pleasaat Pellets. After takiag
four bottles of each I could be up all
day "MRS. SARAH R. TERRY.
AH drugxlsta. or sead 10c to Sr.
Pierce's Invalids Hotel In Buffalo,
N. Y tor a trial package of amy of

hlM remediea.

Delicate toilet waters that miiady

will find pleasing and fragrant at the
Ccurt Pharmacy. 19 6t

Mrs. W. R. Lee of Eastlake, who
has been visiting relatives in the
north for the past month, will return
to her home next Tuesday, accom accompanied
panied accompanied by her father and mother-in-law,
Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Lee of Mount
Vernon, N. who will spend the re remainder
mainder remainder of the winter at Eastlake at
their cottage.

I :OUR PRICE. LIST ".;

Huiiniit's Grits and Meal, 7 pounds ... 25c
Hudnut's Grits and Meal, 15 pounds 50c
Whole grain Honduras Rice, per pound 11c
10 pounds for -- $1.00
Whole grain Blue Rose Rice, 3 pounds 25c;
6 pounds, 50c; 14 pounds. ,...$1.00
Polar White Soap, a very fine Naptha soap
ior fine as well as ordinary laundry, laundry,-3
3 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
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All other goods as Low as Good Quality and
and Honest Weights and Eleasnres Hill per permit
mit permit The above prices Inclnde onr delivery
service and accounts, weekly or monthly,
if yonr credit is good.
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FARMERS' EXCHANGE STORE
Merchants Block Phone 163

Tire Prices Reduced
DIAMOND Non-Skid. 30x3. (17 ftft
? old price $20p0, now..;.. tfll.VlJ
DIAMOND Plain, 30x3, CI C Aft
old price $17.60, now.....
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FEDERAL, HSK AND DIAMOND TUBES
NEW PRICES Overhauling Ford motor $16.
Overhauling Ford rear end, $5 for time. -Grinding
Ford valves, $3.
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Phone 258 West Broadway
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BARNEY SPENCER, Phone 431

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

Office Phone 350

Ocala, Florida

217 West Broadway

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Licensed under the laws of the State of Florida
Surveys Plats Reports
Highways Drainage Phosphate
Capt. Edward Drake is ttonatfri
with us and in charge of our Pboa-',-
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OCALA EVENING STAB, WEDNESDAY. JANUARY 26. 1M1

OCAU OCCURHEIICES

If you have any
phone to five-one.

'society items,

John Taylor, the 14-year-old colored

boy who was shot down on the Mor Mor-riston
riston Mor-riston road, Ts reported better today'

and his chances of recovery assured.

Mr. Geo. W. Scofield, state's attor attorney
ney attorney for the fifth circuit, was a busi business
ness business visitor in town today.
If you, are not using Federal breatft
ask your neighbor how she lives it,
then give it a trial. 19-6t
Mr. Walter Lee, Mrs. Miller and
Mrs. Z. J. Lusk of Eastlake, spent
yesterday in the city shopping.
Federal bread always has thit
gcod old home-made taste. Try our
cinnamon rolls, too. 19-0t

1916 seven-passenger Buick in good

condition. Price very reasonable.
Terms. Spencer-Pedrick Motor Co. tf

Mr. and Mrs. J. Johnson and

daughter, Lucy of Palatka, arrived in

the city this afternoon to spend the

remainder of the week with Mrs.

Johnson's sisters, Mrs. Sales and Mrs.

'onder and at the home of Mr. and

Mrs. P. V. Leavengood.

Mr. A. M. Roland of Bushnell and

Mr. Fred Stringer of Brooksville,

were business visitors to the city to
day.

Our box candies are bound to please
anyone., Norris and Crown Log Cabin

rolls. The Court Pharmacy. 19-6t

Dr. and Mrs. Z. J.Lusk of Warsaw,
N. Y., are recent comers at Eastlake
for the winter and are occupying the

Rose cottage.

Fresh vegetables and fruits at all

times. Ft. King Confectionery Yonge
biock, cor. Ft. King Ave. and Osceola

St. Phone 596.

22-tf

Mrs. Anna M. Holder will entertain
at auction at her home Friday, after

noon, and the invited guests are an
ticipating a pleasant afternoon.

Dont fail to visit the Guarantee

Clothing & Shoe Company. Every

thing we sell is guaranteed. We're

fighting for QUALITY not prices, tf

Miss Dorothy Bauman of Candler,
who has been the guest of Mrs. W. T

Gary since Monday, was joined today
by her mother, Mrs. B. Bauman, for a

visit at the home of .Mrs. R. A. Bur-

ford.

The infant daughter of
Mrs. R. M. Hendry, died

morning. The body was prepared for
shipment by Sam R. Pyles & Com Company,
pany, Company, funeral directors, and' carried
through the country by auto to Live
Oak, where interment will take place
today.

Mr. and! Mr. S. H. Gaitskill of Mcintosh was

yesterday: a welcome visitor in town today.

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

Pure grapefruit and orange jelly,

a Florida product," at the Fort King

Confectionery. Phone 596. 22-tf

Fresh oysters and full line of fresh

vegetables and fruits at all times.

Cook's Market and Grocery. Phone

243. 7-tf

Mr. and Mrs. J. M. McKinney and

son-in-law and daughter. Mr. and
Mrs. N. E. Woodward of Kentucky,
have arrived in Ocala to make this
city their future home. They are
comfortably located in apartments at

the home of Mr. and Mrs. John Batts.

To guard against colds and other

infections make a practice of using a

daily gargle. Get an atomizer at the

Court Pharmacy. 19-6t

A smile costs nothing; greet your

neighbor with one often and sho

our neighborly interest by telling

them that FEDERAL bread is the

best made. 19-6t

Mr. Hibbert Weathers of Green

ville,' S. C, is in the city for a short

visit at the home of his parents, Mr.
and Mrs. B. A. Weathers, en route to
Greenville after a short visit to his
wife, who is spending some time with
her mother, Mrs. Taylor in Lakeland.

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

W. K. Lane, M. D., physician and
surgeon, specialist eye, ear, nose and
throat. Office over 5 and 10 cent store,
Ocala, Fla. Adv. tf

' Judge Futch has joined in wedlock
Mrs. Sarah Smith of Oil City, Pa, to
Mr. WB. Allison of Fort McCoy.
Just reecived a fresh line of Log
Cabin Candy, 25c, 35c, 70c and $1.35
sizes. The Vogue. Phone 580 or 558. It

Mr. and Mrs. Tamblin of Tanners

Falls, Pa, and Mrs. Taylor of Mount

Vernon, will arrive at the lake the lat

ter part of the week to spend a month.
This party will be met in Jacksonville

by Mr. Walter Lee and Mr. and Mrs.
Howard Lee in their automobiles, and
will come through the country from

that city.

The meeting of Tulula Lodge No.
22 was well attended last night, there
being a number of visitors as well as

the local members. The second and
third degrees were conferred on two

members of the Inverness lodge, which

ame up in force to attend the cere

mony. At tne meeting ox tne lodge

pext Tuesday evening, the initiatory

and first degrees will be bestowed on

several new members.

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

Try a -lb. box of crystallized
grapefruit or orange. YouH like it.

Ft. King Confectionery. Phone 596. tf

Have your old mirrors re-silvered.
We do it promptly and at reasonable
prices. All work guaranteed. Ocala
Mirror and Plating Works, Walter
Yonge, proprietor. Phone 504. 17-tf

Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Blowers have as

their guests the former's uncle. Dr.

M. L. Chadman and Mrs. Chadman of

Lancaster, Pa. Dr. and Mrs. Chadman

spent three months with Mr. Blowers
and family last year and became so

infatuated with our county that they
returned for another visit and the
many friends they have made hope
they will decide to remain permanent permanently
ly permanently in the city.

Fresh vegetables and fruits at all
times. Ft. King Confectionery Yonge
biock, cor. Ft. King Ave. and Osceola
St. Phone 596. 22-tf

STOMACH MISERY
Meadow Creek, W. Va.T had
been sick for about z. year and had

doctored with sev several
eral several different doc doctors
tors doctors and none

i w seemed to do mo
C C I any good. Any-

tam z t seemea
to bios4, me and
cause great mis

ery, and at. night

take

ith my

heart and had to

jump up to get
my breath. I had

Just about given up all hope or ever
getting well when I decided to try
Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discov Discovery.
ery. Discovery. After taking the first bottle I
could see a difference tn myself o
I contiaued until 1 took six bottles
and now I am sound and welL"
BEN BOWLES. All druggists.

4

3

UNCLASSIFIED
ADVERTISEMENTS
WANTED, LOST, FOUND, FOR
SALE, FOR RENT AND SIM

ILAR LOCAL NEEDS

Mrs. Caroline Moorhead, after a
most successful demonstration trip to
colleges in Rochester. Binghampton
and Syracuse, N. Y., is now at Nor Norfolk,
folk, Norfolk, Va., and meeting with a cordial
reception. Her stay in Norfolk is
doubly pleasant as her two 'sons, Wal Walter
ter Walter and Joslyn Moorhead, are station stationed
ed stationed there. The former is third mate
on the steamship Sears port Main and
the latter is in the yeoman school of
the navy. Both are doing splendidly.
Their friend, Randolph Matthews, who
visited them in Ocala, is also station stationed
ed stationed in Norfolk. Mrs. Moorhead will

return to Florida during the fairs in
Tampa and Orlando and take charge
of the citrus exchange exhibits, after
which she will return north to resume

ber work until the season is over.

Mr. and Mrs. Lester Lucas returned
yesterday afternoon from a visit to
Jacksonville, where they were guests
of Mrs.- Estelle Yonge, Mrs. Otto
Mente and Miv. Laurie Yonge. Mrs.
Lucas made a visit of -about three
weeks and was joined about ten
days ago by Mr. Lucas. While there
they attended the school of instruc instruction
tion instruction of the Eastern Star, which was
presided over by the grand matron.
They also attended the performance
of Coburn's minstrels while there, as

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

one month, $3. Payable in advance.

FOR SALE Newell Sanders three three-disk
disk three-disk light tractor plow; can be

changed to a twodisk; only been
used two days; cant tell it from
new, $100. D. N. Mathews, Ocala,
Fla. 21-6t

;iIERO-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 1C7. 26-lm

FOR SALE We have a surplus of
fifty head of horses and mules for
" sale. You .can find stock suitable L
for any purpose by applying at the
stables. Anthony Farms, Anthony,
Fla. 18-tf
FOR SALE-Five room house and
bath room; large lot; in fine neigh neighborhood,
borhood, neighborhood, Wenona street, near high
school. Price very low. L. M. Mur.
ray, .Holder block. Ocala. 20-Ct

EXTRA LARGE ORANGE
AND GRAPEFRUIT TREES

1920 Dodge light delivery truck;
run five months; 90-day guarantee.
Price reasonable; terms if desired.
Spencer-Pedrick Motor Co. 26-tf

RHEIN AUER & GO.

Don't fail to visit the Guarantee

Clothing & Shoe Company. Every-

Inng we sell is guaranteed. We're

.ghting for QUALITY not prices, tf

Berlin-Jones and Crane's box sta

tionery in endless variety at the
Court Pharmacy. Phone 284. 19-6t

Fort Kine Cams No. 14 meets at

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

ond and fourth Friday. Visiting sov-

reigns are always welcome.
H. B. Baxter, C.
Chas. K. Sage, Clerk.
m
ODD FELLOWS

CLEAN SWEEP SALE

OF

CORSETS and BRASSIERES

A

Warner's Warner's
-Rust-Proof Corsets Rust-Proof Corsets
$1.00, $1.50, $2.00, $3.50 $3.50 and $6.00
(back-lace) (front-lace)
Former prices were $2.50 to $5.00 Formejr prices were $5 and $9

BRASSIERES
50c, 75c, $1.50r-Former Prices were 85 cents to $5.00
These are Extra Special Values. Sale begins at Once

RHEINAUER & CO.

(S

WOODMEN OF THE WORLD

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

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

Fort Kine Ave. and Osceola street. A

warm welcome always extended to

isiting brothers.

T. C. Carter. N. G.
H. R. Luff man. Secretary.
OF LOCAL INTEREST

A few extra large, bearing -size,
five-year-old buds on eight-year-old
sour stock. For yard purposes and for
filling in groves. Genuine Marsh seed

less grapefruit and Parson Brown
oranges or sour stock. $5 each for

three or more trees. E. H. MOTE,
22-tf Leesburg. Florida.

Successful business men are good
lsers of printer's ink.

CAR LOAD RIPE

P
01

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 6t

WOOD Giles Wood Yard. Seasoned
oak or pine wood for either stove or
fireplace, $1 and $2 per load. Yard
corner 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 in
fine condition with good tires, price
$325. James Engesser, .Ocala. 19-t

BERMUDA ONION PLANTS $2.00
per 1000, cash with order. L. O.
Booher, Route A, Box 66. 24-12t
WANTED Two or more furnished
rooms for light housekeeping. Must

I mvlprn an A well lfwsf. T (

. Box No. 312, Ocala, Fla. 24-3t

25c & 30c a dozen
$1.25 and up a bunch

Some People We Know, and We Will

Profit by Hearing About Them
This is a purely local event.
It took place in Ocala.
Not in some faraway place;
You are asked to investigate it.
Asked to believe a citizen's word;
To confirm a citizen's statement.
Any article that is endorsed at home
Is more worthy of confidence
Than one you know nothing about,
Endorsed by unknown people.

John Dozier, 322 Oklawaha Ave.,)

Ocala, says: "It is some years since I

have had any occasion to use Doans
Kidney Pills, but I remember that
they were of benefit to me. I sincere

ly recommend the use of Doan s to
anyone suffering with symptoms of
kidney disorder, such as weak and
painful back, kidney irregularities and
a run dwn feeling. I consider Doan's

a most meritorious medicine for kid

ney ailments."

Price 60c at all dealers. Dont
simply ask for a kidney remedy get
Doan's Kidney Pills the same that
Mr. Dozier had. Foster-Mflburn Co.,
Mfrs., Buffalo, N. Adv. 1

A.C.L. DRAY TRACK

FOR SALE OR TRADE Studebaker

six-cylinder, seven-passenger; first first-class
class first-class running order. Dr. C. E. Kip- It

linger, 233 Fort King Ave. 25-3t

FOR SALE Horse, wagon, harness,
plow and two stacks of hay at once
for $75. Also one mule-hoof brood
sow and one registered Duroc gilt
cheap. -Apply 44 J," in care of Star
office. 25-?

FOR SALE Farm of 52 acres, LOO
orange trees, some bearing, some
buds. Price $900 cash. Box 93,
Ocala, Fla. 25-t

FOR RENT Three room (or four
room) furnished apartment. Call
phone 39. 25-3t

J. D. DAWKINS
ALL KINDS OF
FRESH MEATS, FISH
and OYSTERS
EVERY
TUESDAY and FRIDAY
Phone 5!9
111 W. Broadway

NURSE If you need a practical and
experienced nurse, call' for Mrs.
Clara Gibson, 320 Daugherty street,

city. 25-t

FOR RENT Dwelling on Anthony
road 200 feet off Oklawaha avenue;
seven rooms, bath, hot and cold wa water,
ter, water, gas, electric lights. Apply to
L. N. Green. 25-tf

LOST Driving gloves. Finder kind kindly
ly kindly advise O. M. Moore, care of the
Star. 26-t

HI

SCHEDULES

0 S
Ocala Autto and Garage Company

0 Successors to GatesGarage

. eg
We sell Philadelphia Diamond GridlBatteries

Chandler and Cleveland Automobiles
Look at oar Used Cars. All are Bargains and Guaranteed as represented

. Tires, Tubes, Accessories andStorage.
Cars Washed 51.00 Cars PolIshcdSLOO

ArriTil and denarture of Twssenfirer

trains at OCALA UNION STATION.

The following schedule figures pub

lished as information and not guar

anteed.

(Eastern Standard Time)

SEABOARD AIR LINE RAILROAD
Lea- e Arrive

:15 am Jacksonville-NTork 2:10 am
:55nm Jacksonville 1:34 am

:17 pm Jacksonville 4:15 pm

4:05 ytm
2:10 am

4:17 pre

Jacksonvflle-NTTork
Jacksonville
Jacksonville
Tamoa-

2:15 am Manatee-

St. Petersburg
15 am Tampa

2:15 am Manatee-

:05 pm Tampa-St. Petrshrg 4:17 pm
ATLANTIC CUAST LINE JL R.
Leave Arrive
2:12 pm Jacksonville-NTork 2:48 am
1:45 pm JksonviUe-Gainsville 3:55 pm
6:42 am Jkson vill e-G nesville 10:13 pm
2:49 am SLPetsbrg-Lakeland 2:12 am
3:35 pm StPetsbrg-Lakeland 125 pm
7:10 am- Dunne lion-Wilcox
7:25 am Dunellon-Lkelasd 11:03 no
3:25 pm Homosaasa 1:30 pra
10:13mn Leesburr 6:42 am

4:45 pm Gainesville 11:50
Monday. Wednesday, Friday.
"Tuesday. Thursday. Saturday.

LIFE

FIRK

A. E. GERIG
INSURANCE
Ocala, Florida
ACCIDENT AUTOMOBILE

SCHOOL CHILDREN
SHOE. SHINES 5e
At Hooper's Barber Shop
THURSDAY ONLY

WILLIAM A. TINSMAN
CONTRACTOR
Estimates Given Free
Phone 526 Ocala." Fla.

L. ALEXANDER

PRACTICAL CARPENTER AND
BUILDER
Careful estimates made on all con contract
tract contract vork. Gives more and better
work fcr the money than any other
contractor in the city..

PAINTING Honorably discharged
v soldier desires painting in any cfc' cfc'-pacity
pacity cfc'-pacity and will furnish estimates
free. All work guaranteed first

class and reasonable. Address, W--f

u. Cronmnier, care tne btar ox-

fice. 26-St

$200 will buy two Ford cars. Ad

dress Carroll Motors Co, city. 25-St

THERE'S A "SLIGHT"
in
REPAIRING TIRES
PROPERLY
but years of experence have taught
us the trick. When yours give
you troble call us.
BLALOCK BROS.-
VULCANIZING.
Ocala House Block
THONE 78



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