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OCALA, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, JANUARY 27. 1921
SIZING f THE
Address of Governor Hardee to the
Assessors of the State in Jack-
sonville Tuesday Afternoon
ATTEND MEETING I0CALA BASEBALL
Of the Marion County Board of Trade
and Receive. Its Annual Report
. of Good Work
"All property, save that of the sov sovereign,
ereign, sovereign, owes the state a tax and this
tax can be collected only by proper
assessment by you. You stand at the
foundation of our tax system. The
collector collects by your assessment
and proceedings looking to the en enforcement
forcement enforcement of the collections are based
on your work. It follows that if we
are to have a tax system which is
just as between the individuals of the
county and as between the counties
also, then we must look to the asses assessors
sors assessors for this accomplishment.
"As I study the comptroller's re reports,
ports, reports, I am very glad to notice that
the tax collectors have been able to
collect on an average about 93 per
cent of the taxes assessed; leaving
only about 7 per cent to comprise tax
sale and errors and insolvencies list.
Of course in time, the larger part of
the tax certificates are redeemed thus
bringing higher the total percentage
of collections. In this connection, I
want to call your attention to one
fact. The size of the errors and in insolvencies
solvencies insolvencies list is not entirely the
fault of the tax collector. No doubt
there are many instances when more
aggressive work by the collector would
decrease the list and amount of insol
vencies, however, you have your re responsibility
sponsibility responsibility in this regard. If you
continue to make each assessment roll
a copy of the one preceding it, you
are responsible for much of the in insolvencies
solvencies insolvencies for which the tax collector
must tatte creait. uur tax runs suuuiu
not be burdened by .assessments year
aftre year, which the assessor, by
reasonable investigation, could have
determined, were improper assess assessments
ments assessments ar such as couldn otbe collect collected.
ed. collected. Besides this the county should
not be called on to pay commissions
on assessments, which an assessor
could easily have determined were not
properly upon the rolls.
"In this, your first convention dur during
ing during the present administration, I want
you to consider such changes in the
existing laws as will make for im improvement
provement improvement in the tax laws of the
state. It occurs to me that we have
long needed a law which will force the
pioperty owner to give in his property
for assessment. The present law con
templates that he should do so, but
its practical application is a complete
failure. Unless there is sufficient pen penalty
alty penalty attached to one's failure to give
in his property, the law will always
be of no eeffct. What the penalty
should be, and how it should be prac
tically applied, I hope you will con
sider, and after having done so, give
me the benefit of your recommenda recommendations.
tions. recommendations. For my part, I believe that
every one should be forced to make a
sworn return of their property to the
assessor. If he fails to do so, there
should be a penalty of from ten to
twenty per cent added to what the
assessor may assess him with.
"Our greatest delinquency is in per personal
sonal personal assessments. Real estate can cannot
not cannot be locked in vaults secure from
the public gaze. If can not, like cat cattle,
tle, cattle, hide itself in swamps. It is in
open view and is generally assessed.
Not so with personalty. Let me tell
you, gentlemen, however, that while
personalty is hard to get at, yet closer
investigation on your part, and more
moral courage, will increase our per personal
sonal personal totals enormously. Each of you
men know pretty generally who owns
personal property in your county, and
when you have some fair idea of its
amount and value, I feel that you are
called upon to assess it. It takes work
and investigation. It takes moral
courage oft times, but all of our time
belongs to the people who have em employed
ployed employed us through election and all our
time, where necessary, must be given
to our offices, and unless we have the
moral courage to make every man
bear his just share of the tax burden,
then we should resign.
"Now, I wish to talk to you about
perhaps, the most important ques
tion before you. One that I had par
ticularly in mind in asking you to as assemble.
semble. assemble. That question is what -shall
be your basis of assessment. Do you
propose to assess property at ten
cents on the dollar, at twenty-five
cents, at fifty cents or at its full cash
Difficulty of Problem
"I am not unmindful, of the difficul difficulty
ty difficulty of the problem when we attempt a
The annual meeting of the Marion
County Board of Trade will be held
tonight at 8 o'clock, and it is expected
that the attendance will be the largest
Officers Elected and Preparations Be Begun
gun Begun to Push the Summer Work
of the Organization
Permanent officers of the recently
organized Ocala Baseball Association
were elected at a meeting held last
night in the Board of Trade hall, and
m i .... f
oi tne year. A report ol the work of ja committee was appointed to raise
the organization for the year ending Jfunds for the purpose of financing a
Ml - J 1 A.V. J. .1 4
season of baseball in Ocala the com coming
ing coming summer.
The officers elected were: H. D.
Leavengood, president; Frank Harris
will be made by the secretary, and the
election of officers for" the new year
will take place. At this meeting the
members have an opportunity of
learning what the Board of Trade has
been doing, and this is a matter, says
the secretary, that every member
should be posted on. The secretary
states that no one need stay away
tonight because of the cold. The
Board of Trade hall will be heated.
After Giving Them a Blanket of
Snow, the Storm' is Moving to
uniform system 'effective throughout
the state. I appreciate how hard it
is to deal with fifty-four counties in
matters of assessment, when each as assessor
sessor assessor is afraid that if he assesses on
an adequate basis, his county will un unjustly
justly unjustly -bear more of the burden of
state taxes than the neighboring coun counties.
ties. counties. The law contemplates there
shall be no injustice in this regard
and provides that all property shall be
assessed at its full value.
"We have a uniform millage for
state purposes running throughout
the state and it logically follows that
we must have uniform assessments
in the various counties, else there will
be unjustice done those counties which
assess on a higher basis. If one coun county
ty county assesses at fifty cents and another
at twenty-five cents on the dollar, then
in the first instance, the county will
te paying for state purposes, twice
Jr., vice president; C. K. Sage, treas treasurer;
urer; treasurer; L. T. Izlar, secretary, and Nor Norton
ton Norton P. Davis and Robert MacKay,
members of the executive committee.)
The committee named to secure mem membership
bership membership in the association and funds
for the financing of the season's
grmes consists of L. T. Izlar, R. L.
VanOsten and Jake Goldman.
The conduct of the affairs of the
association and of the ball season Is!
in the hands of the executive commit
tee consisting of the officers and two
committeemen. A 'manager is to
chosen by the executive committee.
He will not be a player. A property
man is also to be employed by the ex executive
ecutive executive committee. The schedule of
games is to be made up by the man manager
ager manager and secretary, subject to the ap approval
proval approval of the executive committee.
Washington, Jan. 27. The southern
storm,, which during the last thirty thirty-six
six thirty-six hours resulted in snow, sleet and
rain in the southeastern states, is cen central
tral central today off the South Carolina
coast, moving northeastward.
The snow reached depths of twelve
inches in western South Carolina and
was equal or greater in North Caro Carolina
lina Carolina and southwest Virginia, extend extending
ing extending as far south as Atlanta and Sa Savannah,
vannah, Savannah, where snow began falling in
the latter city this morning.
The .snow and sleet severed wire
communication or badly interrupted it
in North and South Carolina today,
rrd many points are isolated.
COUNTING UP THE
Treasurer John Burke's Resignation
x Made Necessary this Im-
Washington, Jan. 27 Acting Treas Treas-uier
uier Treas-uier Allen announced today that a
total of $13,883,119,826.36 in cash and
securities was found in the treasury
REIIIG GIVEN UP
Strong Bid has Been Made by Ger Germany
many Germany for Friendship of the V
Berlin, Jan. 27 American property
Germany taken under control by
the German custodian of enemy prop
erty alter the United States entered
by the resignation of John Burke as
treasurer. The total is about ten
billion dollars greater than usual on
account f notes deposited by foreign
governments for war loans.
SHOOK UP SLEEPY CITY
Philadelphia and Many Adjoining
Towns Feel the Earth Tremble
tax, rolls will disclose that some
counties in Florida have their prop property
erty property assessed at nearly twice the value
assessed in other counties. As fair fair-minded
minded fair-minded men, as officials who have
sworn to do their duty, you agree with
me that such a condition must not
continue if it can be avoided. This is
a subject to which I have given con
siderable thought and my delibera-
as much as it should as compared jtiens lead me tq but one conclusion,
with the other county. Just how this We must center authority somewhere,
problem should be handled is a ques- with power to enforce its decisions.
tion not new. Political economists and Experience has shown that we cannot
practical business '"men have consider
ed the question and as a result, differ different
ent different schools of thought have arisen,
each proposing a solution. I shall not
discuss them at length, because it will
serve no useful purpose. Perhaps I
should refer to one of them only for
the purpose of exposing, what seems
to me, to be its fallacy. It is the
system popularly referred to as sep
aration of state and county taxes. A
system by which certain classes of
property are alloted exclusively to the
state from "which the state is expected
to obtain by taxation its revenues,
leaving to the counties all remaining
classes of property from which the
permit each of the fifty-four counties
to pursue their own will as to the
tapis of assessment, because many of
them are trying to avoid the payment
of their just share of state taxes. The
central authority to which I have re referred,
ferred, referred, should force the recalcitrant
county 'to come up on a level with its
sister counties in assessment values.
The adoption of this plan of course, is
a matter for the consideration of the
legislature, but it is my purpose to
recommend and to co-operate with
them in ant effort to remedy existing
conditions. I believe the legislature
should authorize the appointment of
a tax commissioner and give him
Philadelphia, Jan. 27. The pub public
lic public was still mystified today concern concerning
ing concerning the shock last night in central and
southern New Jersey and eastern
Pennsylvania, which many believed an
earthquake. Reports continued to come
in today of foundations of houses be being
ing being loosened and pictures knocked
from the walls, but there were no cas casualties.
ualties. casualties. The shock was distinctly felt
SETTLING OF SAND
Washington, Jan. -27. The earth
tremors in Philadelphia was probably
cue to the settling of sand and not to
9 seismic disturbance in the opinion
of Father Tondorff, in charge of the
seismic laboratory at the Georgetown
University here. The region is not
in the seismic belt, he said. Similar
movements have been due to sand
settling, which is a purely local condition.
as a result of the count necessitated j the war has been unconditionally re
leased, the foreign office announces.
ENGLAND AND FRANCE DO NT
Paris, Jan. 27. It is understood
that the British delegation attending
the supreme council considered it irn-
The negro population of Lynchburg, possible to agree to the French view view-Va.,
Va., view-Va., is 8355, a decrease of 11 per i point regarding German reparations,
cent; the negro population of Hous-This morning's council sitting waa
ton, Texas, is 33843, an increase of 41" cancelled in order to give Lloyd
per cent; the negro population of De- George an opportunity to talk private private-troit
troit private-troit is 41,532, an increase of 623,4 ly with members of the council re re-er
er re-er cent. gurding the French position.
JApg WAXT FEWER GuxS
, RAW SUGAR REDUCED : ..
Tokio, Jan. 27. Resolutions sug-
( Associated Press) gesting that Japan approach the
New York, Jan. 27.-Raw sugarjworld Pwer the mtrst of
v.s quoted at four cents a pound to-. aPment .reUtlveito. restriction of
day. This is the lowest price record-:8rmament9 were submitted to the op oped
ed oped in more than two years. position party this morning with the
proposal that the resolutions be sub-
GREATEST EXPORTS OF COTTON tted for Pa8S y the Japanese
(Associated Press). j FAKE STATESMAN IN FRANCE
Washington, Jan. 27 Cotton ex- Paris, Jan. 27. De Valeca, "presi "presi-prts
prts "presi-prts last yeaj exceeded those of any dent of Ireland, whose arrival in Ire Ire-other
other Ire-other commodtiy, according to the de- land from the United States was an an-partment
partment an-partment of commerce. jounced December 31st, has been
i found in France by a correspondent of
BUSINESS SERVICE BUREAU the newspaper Oeuvre. It was persist-
ertly rumored that he was in Paris.
We beg to announce to the general;
public that on the 1st of February we
will open a business in the Merchants ';
counties shall shtain by taxation their ;goie authority in the matter. I am not
necessary revenues. This plan on the jin favor 0f the creation of such tax
surface, looks attractive, because un-! commission as we have heretofore
der it each county would be independ independent
ent independent and could assess at just such a
percentage of value as it may desire.
In making its assessments, no other
county would be affected because there
would be no assessment for state
purposes upon those classes of prop property
erty property which was reserved for the coun
ties. This plan, though attractive on
the surface, will not bear investiga investigation.
tion. investigation. It is impracticable in operation,
but apart from that it is fundamental
tried. It has been suggested, and
there is some merit in the suggestion,
that a tax commission composed of
the comptroller, the state treasurer
and the chairman of the railroad com commission
mission commission would give us results. If we
are to have a commission composed
of any number of men, then the above
officials, in my opinion, should com compose
pose compose the board. What we want is re results,
sults, results, and I seriously question if a tax
commission so composed would have
ly unsound. It tends towards extrav- sufficient time to give the question
agance of appropriations, and I amltnat serious consideration which its
they will not vary this percentage in
the assessment for this year. Perhaps
there is not. an assessor present who
could conscientiously say that the
property of his county is assessed as
much as fifty cents on the dollar, and
I know that in most of them, the as-
essment is hardly half that sum. Our
total aggregate assessment for the
entire state, is about four hundred mil million
lion million dollars. This should be increased
very largely and when done, we will
be able to decrease the state millage.
I would rather see property assessed
on some reasonable basis of value
with a corresponding decrease in the
millage than to have a very low as assessment
sessment assessment with a necessary high rate
of millage. When people think of
coming o Florida, when they consider
making investments here, they do not
ask what our basis of assessment is,
but do ask and consider very seriously,
what our millage is. I hope that you
will co-operate with me in this regard
by adopting a resolution to be strictly
adhered to, binding yourselves to as
sess upon a fifty per cent basis. There
may be some assessors not willing to
Titusville. Jan. 26. Ben Akerman.
block, in. Ocala, to be known as thejroad contractor, of tins city was pain-
EUSINESS SERVICE BUREAU, f .nv hurt .d Jospnh Malever. of
where those in need of stenographic Ocala, was seriously injured; a Cadil Cadil-nd
nd Cadil-nd typewriting work, or general of-ji eightt juSt purchased, was prac practice
tice practice work of any kind, can have same tibally demolished and a Buick tour tour-dore
dore tour-dore at this office. ;n- car was hadlv damaged in an auto
We also are prepared to do aU kinds ;CPni8ion on the Dixie highway near
of Multigraph work on short notice, j Cellewood. eight miles south of Titut-
Solicitmg your patronage, iville, at 5 o'clock Tuesday afternoon.
Minerva Murphy. ( Cadillac, driven by Mr. Mal Mal-22
22 Mal-22 eod Blair Wood row. ever, was following an Overland car.
advised, has not been found satisfac
tory in those jurisdictions which have
tried it. Legislators will too often
appropriate extravagantly under un under
der under the system they realize that the
taxes have to be paid by these classes
importance demands. For that rea
son, I rather favor a tax comissioner
whose sole duties shall be that of co co-operation
operation co-operation with the tax assessors and
boards of county commissioners of the
various counties with a view of bring-
both bound south and met the Buick,
Good realty buyers insure incremsedj Akerman driving, bound north, on a
valuation of property by taking ad-j8ifri,t curve; Akerman turned to'the
vantage of good offers. They rec6g-j edge of the road to pass the Overland,
nize attractive prospects and become jand hit the Cadillac after passing the
acquainted with them. Overland.
To find the opportunities of a "good j joseI)h Malever was badly cut about
buyer," you must become acquainted, j
These will be found when you attend
the auction sale of the Boozer prop property,
erty, property, Friday, Jan, 28, at 10 o'clock a.
m., Felton Realty Auction Company,
Mr. G. B. Overton is now our
funeral director and embalmer. Night
;hone 515, day phone 47.
George MacKay & Company.
the face and neck. Akerman, in the
impact, hit his breast against the
steering wheel. Indications are that
he escaped serious injury.
In the Cadillac were Joseph And R.
Malevr, B. Goldman and another man,
al lof Ocala. They were enroute to
Miami on a pleasure trip in the Mai Mai-evers'
evers' Mai-evers' new Cadillac. The Overland,
third car in the mix up. contained
several passengers. Evidently they
iknow nothing of the accident, as they
Idid not stop. Times-Union.
' Mr. Jake Goldman went to Titus Titusville
ville Titusville in his car and brought the party
The essence of success in real estate
a Hu-rinr rirht
You buy right when the right kind j borne. Mr. Malever was a good deal
of property is offered. bruised, but not seriously hurt, and
will be out in a few days.
Have you been unfortunate in locat
ing that particular property yon have
The Felton Realty Auction Com-
nanv ia nflVrinv BrooertT that Can be
do so; there "may be some boards ofbJught righ nd JOU cannot afford
county commissoiners who will refuse ; thi. nnnunitr. Be on
to co-operate in this regard. But, I!..,. wK- th iw,, Drooertv roes wanted?
want to say here and now, that unless anction Friday, Jan. 28. at 10 j To delay baying may develop far far-there
there far-there is conscientious effort on their , 26-2t ther misfortune.' Buy now and ge
part to see that property is assessed i what you have been looking for.
of property reserved only lor state inj? about uniform assessments. It is
taxation,, and in which they, and the J needless for me to say that such a
majority of their supporters, have no i commissioner should be one who is
interest. It is lurther unsouna iun- familiar with the principles of taxa-
damentally, as 1 have said, because the tion who is ;ust an(j fajr an(j aDOve
tendency is to cause tne citizens u ; aHf not a politician. I do not know
lose interest in the state and to cen- j w hether the legislature will agree
ter their interest entirely in the coun- :th me in mv conclusions. I do
ty where they live. Every citizen taat the question is going to be
should be interested in his county brought to their attention in my mes mes-government
government mes-government but he should not be pro-' S3get and i trust some system, bene bene-vincial.
vincial. bene-vincial. No system of government f cia in regardf may be evolved
whether it be one involving taxation from our Joint deliberations
or along other lines, should De aoopt-. j feei that the next legislature will
ed, the tendency of which would cause adopt measure that will reason
any citizen to lose interest in nis ablytake care of the question in the
state or in the national government. I future. j would now like to ask
cannot understand how any man who what percentage of value are you go go-has
has go-has carefully considered the above ing to use as a basis Gf assessment in
theory-could favor it- the roll which you are now making. I
Determine Best Policy believe that each and every assessor
"The Question before us now is to should make a conscientious effort to
determine, if we can, the best policy assess all the property of his county
to be pursued in the effort to secure on a tsis of fifty per cent.
uniformity of assessment as between Kailroad Assessing tioard
mt t i it ?1 m
the counties. It is not necessary for aavisea Dy tne rauroaa as as-me
me as-me to discuss individual cases, neither essing board, composed of the comp comp-is
is comp-is it necessary for me to call your trol'er, state treasurer and the at at-attention
attention at-attention to the disparity of assessed torney general, that the basis of their
values in different counties. Suffice assessment in the past has been fifty
it to say than an examination of the cents on the dollar. I take it that
upon an equitable basis in keeping
with other counties of the state, that
they need not be surprised if the tax
roll from their county is rejected.
"There is much property in the
state which is now avoiding taxation
absolutely. There are legitimate
sources of revenue which the state
has heretofore not utilized and per
haps which you cannot at this time
place upon your assessment roll.
Seafood, always to be bad fresh at ; Attend the sale of Boozer property
"itv FISH Market. 9 Ft- Kin Ave. tf .nrlkm Fridav. Jan. 28. at It
o'clock a. ra.
1920 Dodge light delivery truck;
run-five months;. 90-day guarantee.' Try m xc.Jb. box of crystallix
. a a i
Price reasonable: terms u aesirea-
Spencer-Pedrick Motor Co. 26-tf
and I hope that they may have yours
welL When you have finished
your deliberations, I hope that you
I will acquaint me with such action as
grapefruit or orange. TouH like it.
Ft. King Confectionery. Phone 696. tf
Don't fail to visit the Guarantee
Clothing & Shoe Company. Every Everything
thing Everything we setl is guaranteed. We're
fighting for QUALITY not prices, tf
Delicate toilet waters that
uiavc j I .
. ... i i rll ...... k-no olran arul in th meiDtimC.
trust that tne next legislature wm;jv -" -i
:j ..I fcn nla hefftT assessors of the i
cive very serious coosiuruuu w , v
.!. JIW. and in doin so. they state who are not present, what your will find pleasing and fragrant at the
will certainly have my co-operation faction ha, been for their guidance.- jCcurt Pharmacy.
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Every man has his price but it is
Miami has voted for the commis commission
sion commission manager form of government by
tthree to one.
That Jacksonville cop who jailed a
man for kissing a pretty girl muBt
have been jealous.
The Lakeland Morning Star was
burned out Saturday night, but we are
glad to see it shining brightly again.
. As we faced the cutting wind this
morning and reflected that it was
only a gentle zephyr compared to the
blizzard sweeping the north, we felt
that living in Florida is a life and a
in the American army, in the 27th
engineers, during the world war. The
American Legion took up his cause; This play was given for the benefit'
one of his assailants has been arrest-j of the B. Y. P. U. and was directed'
ed and warrants are out after the: by Mrs. Isom I. Strong, who in her J
others. j genial, untiring manner held thej
Ulunu lugcmci uuuug uic luug uajrs
There are fifty-four thousand farms' of rehearsal and made practice a
in Florida, and each farm could pro-! pleasure -to them. Mrs. Strong was
vide food for how many people, if all chairman of this entertainment com com-the
the com-the farmers were efficient? Florida nittee and was ably assisted by Miss
could feed the entire United States, if Hilda Monroe and Miss Minnie Tre Tre-these
these Tre-these fifty-four thousand farms, and mere. Ernest Nott, Jimmie Iiddell
the many acres of idle land outside and Arthur Baker successfully handled
the farms, were properly cultivated. the advertising. Mrs. William Meyer,
M :ami Metropolis. jwho is a special favorite among the
A (million is a thousand thousand, young people, had charge of the cos cos-and
and cos-and at your figures, Sister Met, we tumes behind the scenes. Mrs. J. W.
would have to have 108,000 farms in Nelson entertained at the piano be be-Florida.
Florida. be-Florida. There are 60,000 square tween acts.
miles, m Florida, including about An official report has not yet been
10,000' square miles of water. You made but a good estimate is that
have the late Gov. Catts and his two J over $70 was taken in.
million laborers tied to a post. This play will be given at Oak in
; ;the big new school house next Friday
The Times-Union is a bold paper! nijht, Jan. 28th.
Here it comes with the utterance,;
There is no denying the statement ELECTBA
that Florida school teachers are un-
derpaid," right after the Ocala Star Electra, Jan. 26. We are glad to
said they are the best average paid i know our commissioner, Mr. J. A.
people in the world or Florida, or
somewhere! Tampa Tribune.
The Star said they were about as
well paid as the average, and investi investigation
gation investigation will prove it is right. We have
lots of sympathy for the teachers, but
we have sympathy for other people,
BIG TIME AT BELLEVIEW
It's the Star's opinion that those
Annette JCellerman pictures are im improving
proving improving to the eyesight. At any rate,
you can see more at one of them than
at almost any product of the shadow
G.' C. Bergdoll, the premium slack slacker,
er, slacker, is in Germany. A party of Amer Americans
icans Americans came very near kidnapping hira
the other day. Bergdoll may be sure
of one thing, and that is unless he
soon dies his Uncle Sam will get him
We don't like to write the chief of
the American yellowbacks as "Grover
Cleveland BergdolL" His parents un undoubtedly
doubtedly undoubtedly insulted a great name when
they had their son christened. The
degenerate will be mentioned as "G.
C. Bergdoll" in this paper.
Wilhelm says that if he is paid an
annuity by Germany he will only be
getting what is coming to him.-Nay,
Wilhelm. YouH never get all that's
coming to you in this life. Gaines Gainesville
ville Gainesville Sun.
Take ten million years in hell, at
Mr. Hoover has a habit of putting
over everything he attempts exceut
his presidential aspirations Jackson Jacksonville
ville Jacksonville Metropolis.
Rather should you say he was "too
big a man to put it under. Hoover
would not stoop to the methods of
Gov. Hardee's address to the tax
assessors of the state is one worth
every citizen's perusal. Gov. Hardee
is as well posted on the failings as
well as the virtues in our public af affairs
fairs affairs as any citizen, and as he is con
siderable of a taxpayer his sincerity
cannot be questioned.
The headline architect on the Jack Jacksonville
sonville Jacksonville Metropolis should read his
dispatches before he builds captions
on them. He headed the dispatch tell telling
ing telling of the murder of Mrs. Osteen, at
Chiefland, forty miles from here,
"Ocala Husband Slashes Throat of
His Wife." P. S.: The Tampa Times
is just as bad.
Some author refers to the Phoeni
eians ana uartnagemans as among
the pacifist races of antiquity. Great
Scott! The only reliable part of
Xerxes' fleet at Salamis were the big
Phoenician warships, and when Han
nibal rode on his pet elephant up to
the gates of Rome, nobody considered
him a pacifist. Those two nations
were about as pacifist as Great Britain.
Tar and feathers are becoming too
numerous in Jacksonville. F. P. Sul Sul-lican,
lican, Sul-lican, .who was tarred and feathered
Tuesday, is an Australian by birth but
a naturalized American, and served
People Turned Out in Force to See
and Hear the "Bean "Bean-town
town "Bean-town Choir"
After three weeks of hard practice
and untiring preparation for the
greatest affairs yet given by the B. Y.
P. U.. last Tuesday night, January
25th, found the big town hall crowded
with not only interested Belleviewites
but friends from all neighboring
towns and Ocala, who came to see. just
what all the unique advertising that
had been scattered broadcast over the
county concerning "The Beantown
There was an anxious, impatient
crowd waiting when the clock struck
eight. This was the appointed moment
for the curtain to rise and each per person
son person had invested 50 cents to enter-,
just taking the doorkeeper's word
that they would get their money's
worth. Some of them had even in indulged
dulged indulged in an extra 15 cents for a re
served seat, so the crowd had a right
to be anxious with that amount at
However, they did not have long to
wait before the curtain rose, showing
the parlor at the home of Widow
Wood. It was old-fashioned and in
keeping with the times during which
the Beantown Choir reigned.
The cast for this play was careful
ly chosen by the entertainment com committee
mittee committee and was as follows:
The Widow Wood (she would of
course, she could; all widows would)
Biiss Eleanor Abshire.
Bethy, the step daughter (a real
sweet girl) Miss Margaret Monroe.
H -zekiah, (as full of mischief as a
dog is of fleas) Jimmie Liddell, of
Mrs. Doo-Ree-Mee Scales, director
of the choir (pity her) Mrs. Isom I.
Belinda Snix (who ought to be in
grand opera or something) Miss
Tessie Tombs (who pianos and oi oi-gans
gans oi-gans just lovely) Miss Eleanor Tre Tre-f
f Tre-f ere.
Sallie Etta Pickle (who takes high
C like a cough drop) Miss Minnie
Birdie Cackle (a twittering birdie)
Miss Mildred Baxter.
Grandma Howler (who'd a been a
leading soprano yet if her voice had
held out) Mrs. J. D. Harrell.
Samantha Sniggins, age seven (lit
tie but oh, my!) Miss Maye Walker.
Bashful Bill Boomer (the basso pro pro-fundo
fundo pro-fundo who is too bashful to sing with
so many people looking at him) Mr.
During the third act the Jedediah
girls and boys made their appearance
in chorus, The girls were dressed in
elaborate peach pink .hoop skirts with
blouses to match of sateen with green
paper poke bonnets, while the boys
wore white pants with black sateen
coats lined with pink. The girls were
Sukey Minnie Tremere.
Mandy Mittie McClendon.
Kitty Mildred Baxter.
Jerusha Ethel Freeman.
The young men were:
Jacob Winters Hames.
Obed Clinton Martin.
John Ernest Nott.
Josh Freeman Hames.
After they had given their per performance
formance performance and been greatly applauded
and made their second appearance
amid cheers and handclaps, the Bean Bean-jtown
jtown Bean-jtown Choir resumed its program and
,at the end when a wedding took place
the audience was in high spirits, all
.wearing broad smiles and agreeing
that their money was well invested.
To the spectators the play was
simply great. To the ones who took
part it was a complete success. Eve-
Waters is having some of our bad
Mr. and Mrs. B. B. Fletcher and Mr.
C. C. Mock were callers on Mr. and
Mrs. George Brant Jr. Sunday after-
Miss Dixie Pillans spent a few
days last week at home with her par parents,
ents, parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Pillans.
We are glad to know that Mrs. G.
A. Waters and little son, George Allen
will be home in a few days.
Mr. Walter Perkins and family
spent the week-end with his sister,
Mrs. Delia Martin.
EXTRA LARGE ORANGE
AND GRAPEFRUIT TREES
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 seedless
less seedless grapefruit and Parson Brown
oranges or sour stock. $5 each for
three or more trees". E. H. MOTE,
22-tf Leesburg, Florida.
BE ON HAND
10 O'CLOCK A. 31.
Every man should own prop property.
erty. property. It is essential to pro pro-gressiveness
gressiveness pro-gressiveness and a stimulator
of thrift. These features are
increased according to the kind
of property and real estate
bids for a first place.
When a: purchaser of real
estate gets good property it
, becomes a medium for substan substantial
tial substantial gain. To get satisfaction
out of real estate, is to pur purchase
chase purchase that which is classed as
good for good real estate
gives to a man all the benefits
and advantages that can be ex expected
pected expected of property.
The Felton Realty Co. is
placing before the people of
Ocala a wonderful opportunity
to purchase good real estate.
Remember the date Friday,
Jan. 28, at 10 o'clock a. m. The
Boozer property sells at auction.-
W LET US BUILD YOU A I
Select your own lot and :
XT: plans. Terms: half cash,
jyj balance like rent. Uall and
JVt talk it over with us.
RAY X THOMSON
Only a few blocks from
Union Depot. Glad to
see you at any time.
Larro Cow Feed
and all other kinds of Feed.
Hay, Grain and Provisions.
If you buy from us tell
Danese Feed & Grocery
636 IV. Forsyth Street
RHEIN AUER & CO.
CLEAN SWEEP SALE
CORSETS and BRASSIERES
Rust-Proof Corsets Rust-Proof Corsets
$1.00, $1.50, $2.00, $3.50 $3.50 and SG.00
Former prices were $2.50 to $5.00 Former prices were $5 and $9
50c 75c, $1.50 Former Prices were 85 cents to $5.00
These are Extra Special Values. Sale begins at Once
RHEIN AUER & CO.
$10,000 Tent Theatre
BERT MELVILLE AND COMPANY
America's Best Dramatic Company will present High-Class Royalty Plays
Change of Program Each Day
MONDAY NIGHT WILL PRESENT
"WHEN DREAMS COME TRUE"
FOUR ACT DRAMA
Fi vc-Vaiiidleviilc Specialties Five
Admission 40c and 25c, Including War Tax
One Lady Will Be Admitted Free With
Each Adnlt Ticket Monday Night
SUGAR SATURDAY AND MONDAY
12 pounds of sugar for one dollar,
with dollar'! worth of other groc groceries
eries groceries for cash, Saturday and Monday
only. Phone 377.
dly-3t-tf H. B. WHTTITNGTON.
L. ALEXANDER WILLIAM A. TLN'SMAN-,
Careful estimates made on all con
tract vork. Gives more and better
work fcr the money than any other
contractor in the city.
Estimates Given Free
Phone 526 Ocala, Fla.
Advertise m the Star.
OCA LA EVENING STAR, THURSDAY, JANUARY 27, 1921
J. D. DAWKINS
ALL KINDS OF
FRESH MEATS, FISH
" and OYSTERS
TUESDAY and FRIDAY
111 W. Broadway
i L T. SEM
! Insurance I
W. C. HARLOW
S UND A Y
Series of meetings will
be held here for two weeks.
Our Specialty Is
Mrs. J. V. Tarver died last night at
10 o'clock at her home on Fort King
(avenue. She has been an invalid for
TTtT T A TVTTJ'T TOT,4ver een vearsi but she was se se-JU
JU se-JU V -A. IN VJ UlLllO I jrkwlF only a week.
The Tarvers came to Ocala from
Savannah ten years ago. Mrs. Tar Tar-vor's
vor's Tar-vor's maiden name was Miss Georgia
Webb, and she married Mr. Tarver in
Augusta in 1883. Mrs. Tarver is sur survived
vived survived by her husband and three chil
dren, Miss Frances Tarver, Mr. J. V.
Tarver Jr. and Mrs. William Cook of
Fort McCoy, all of whom were with
their mother at the time of her death,
with the exception of her son, who
will arrive this afternoon from Ar Arkansas.
kansas. Arkansas. Mrs. Tarver was a devoted
member of the Baptist church.
The funeral services will be held
from the house this afternoon at five
o'clock, .Rev. C. L. Collins officiating.
Tonight Miss Frances Tarver and Mr.
J. V. Tarver Jr. will accompany the
body to Savannah, where interment
will be made. The Tarver familv has
relatives in Savannah.
Mrs. C. B. Richards of Memphis,
Tenn a sister of Mr. Tarver, arrived
in Ocala Tuesday and will remain with
her brother for some time. Miss
Zelma Cason of Island Grove, has also
been with the Tarver familv since
Mrs. Tarver was a sweet-souled old
lady, and during the years of her life
in Ocala won the love and friendship
of all who had the privilege of know
Roberts & Spencer have charge of
the funeral arrangements.
For All Cars
GEO. J. WILLIAMS
Formerly Carroll Motor Company
Garage, Osceola St.
Phone 597 Night 408
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 satisfaction.
tion. satisfaction. MAZON & CO.
Between Ten Cent Store and Gerig's
Geo. MacKay S Co.
and Emb aimers
Two Licensed Embalmers
Motor Funeral Cars
Private Morgue and Chapel
Day Phone 47
Night Phone 515
G. B. Overton, Manager
:C Cecil Bryant;
Accounting and Auditing
PHONE 332 t
.if-n Winters short days call
' JySiifi for much artificial illum illum-'4si?
'4si? illum-'4si? ination. As a result your
'Srsee tf eyes are taxed rather
DR. K. J. WEIHE,
Optometrist and Optician
ONCE YOU GET THE
You will be ON THE ROAD FOR SAVING MONEY
Ydu wait on yourself here, and you will have no trouble, for, with our
help, you soon learn where the goods are. You get through in a jiffy, for
there is no waiting for clerks.
Here is a list of some of our prices.
Cloverbloom Butter 60c No. 3 Crisco, tin 70c
Full Cream Cheese 35c Kingan's Nut Oleo 29c
White Bacon per lb. 19c Kingan's Pure Lard in pound
Lard Compound per lb. 15c blocks, per block 22 l-2c
Small Crisco, tin 24c No. 4 Snowdrift Lard 70c
No. V2 Crisco, tin 35c No. 8 Snowdrift. Lard $1,40
Maxwell House Coffee 40c Bulk Roast Coffee 20c
Arbuckles Coffee 27c M lb tin Tetley.s Mixed Tea 17c
1-2 lb. tin Tetley's Mixed Tea 34c
10c Oclaoon Soap 7c & pKE"
10c pkg. Chase & Sanborn Tea 8c
7 lbs. Cream or water 7 lbs. Hudnut's Fine or
ground meal 25c Coarse Grits 25c
MISSES TAYLOR AT HOME
Two Brand New
J. I. CASE TRACTORS
Present list price is $1300.00
f. o. b. fractory
15 N. Ocean St. Jacksonville, Fla.
Get the habit ot reading the ads.
J. U. SPENCER
W. R. PEDRICK
The home of Miisses Margaret and
Mamie Taylor was the scene yester
day afternoon of one of the most en
joyable affairs that has been given in
the citv this season. There were a
number of their married friends pres
ent who were invited especially to
meet the following visitors to the
city: Mrs. C. E. Powell of Lexington,
Ky., formerly Miss Minnie Thompson
of this city; Mrs. Richard Dodge of
Vireinia. formerly Miss Elizabeth
Newsom of Ocala; Mrs. J. C. Mont
gomery and Mrs. Granville Watkins
of Elizahethtown. Kv.. mother and
grandmother of Mrs. Frederick Hock
er Mrs. Telfer and Mrs. McNevin of
New York, visitors to the city for the
winted and friends that Miss Taylor
made while she lived in New Jersey.
The Taylor home was particularly
inviting and cozy yesterday after
noons Quantities of handsome -flowers
brightened the rooms where the guests
assembled and upon their arrival theyj
were met at the front door by Mrs.
G. S. Scott and Mrs. W. V. Newsom,
after which the hostesses, greeted
their euests in a cordial manner and
introduced them to the honorees of
the afternoon. Others assisting the
Misses Taylor in entertaining were
Mrs. Frederick Hocker, Mrs. J. H.
Taylor and Mrs. J. E. Chace.
When the invited guests had assem
bled a guessing contest took place
and proved clever and entertaining.
Refreshments of chicken salad, hot
rolls, pickles, olives, nuts and coffee
were served by the hostesses assisted!
by their niece, Martha Taylor and
Master Clifton Hocker.
Blue Rose Rice, a good cooker, Saturday, per pound 7 cents
Every day is dollar day here, when it comes to making low prices. How However,
ever, However, we have listed below to lots of goods that we will sell for one dollar on
Saturday and Monday, (January 29th and 31st.) We have listed the present
value of the goods to show you your saving against service stores.
1, 25c value Royal Scarlet
1, 35c value Royal Scarlet
1, 35c value Royal Scarlet
1, 20c value Royal Scarlet
1, 10c value Baker's Shred Shred-.
. Shred-. ded Cocoanut
$1.25 dollar day for $1.00
1, 20c value Pink Salmon
1, 20c value Oysters
1, 25c value Dime Brand
1, 15c value Campbell's
Pork and Beans
1, 50c value Red Label
$1.30 dollar day for $1.00
To show you that every day is DOLLAR DAY here. Here is a list that
we made up for one' of our DOLLAR DAY specials and it turned out to be our
every day prices. This assortment will show you what your saving will be on
a mixed lot of goods from our stores.
1, 20c tin Tetley's Mixed Tea
1, 35c tin Rumford Baking Pow Powder
der Powder 1, 15c package Roxane Pan-Cake
1, 10c cake Octagon Soap
1, 15c package Jell-O
1, 10c package Atlantic Matches
1, 10c tin Shinola Shoe Polish
1. 10c package Uneeda Biscuit
$1.25 onr regular price $1.00
All Buick Cars Equipped With Cord Tires.
We Make a Specialty of Parts for the Buick and the Prices are
Consistent with the Cost of Same.
GOODYEAR AND U. S. TIRES AND TUBES
Exclusive Agents for "VESTA" BATTERY, 18 Mo. Guarantee
An Up-to-Date Battery Servic Station
We Maintain an Up-to-Date Gaiage with Expert Workmen, at all
Times, Auusing Prompt md Efficient Service.
GASOLINE, OILS AND GREASE.
SPENCER-PEDRKK MOTOR CO.
W. C. T. U.
OCALA MOTOR CO.
C. E. Simmons
Best Equipped Garage In Florida
BATTERY Water and Service FREE
DIAMOND LIGHT BATTERIES
$30 $35 $40
Batteries Recharged and Rebuilt
The W. C. T. U. held its monthly
meeting in the Presbyterian church
Tuesday afternoon, Jan. 25th, at 3:30
o'clock. Interesting talks were made
and plans for the year's work. were
discussed. Officers for the ensuing
year were elected as follows:
President, Mrs. G. W. Martin; vice vice-president,
president, vice-president, Mrs. W. T: Gary; vice-m-esidents
from the different churches
as follows: Baptist. Mrs. E. Packham;
Methodist, Mrs. Bryant; Christian,
Mrs. J. E. Chace; Episcopal, Mrs. C.
L. Bittinger; Presbyterian, Mrs. E. A.
Osborne; corresponding secretary,
Mrs. M. M. Little; recording secre secretary,
tary, secretary, Mrs. G. B. Overton; treasurer,
Mrs. A. T. Thomas; superintendents
of departments as follows: American Americanization
ization Americanization and Christian Citizenship, Mrs.
W. T. Gary; Bibles and Public
schools, Mrs. T. E. Bridges; Flower
Mission, Mrs. D. W. Tompkins;
Health, Medical and Scientific Tem Tem-peiance
peiance Tem-peiance Instruction, Miss Nellie Stev Stevens;
ens; Stevens; Juvenile Courts and Child's Wel Welfare,
fare, Welfare, Mr. M. Little; press reporter,
Mrs. R. A. Burford; Sunday schools
and temperance missions, vice presi presidents
dents presidents of churches; mother's meetings
and white ribbon recruits, Mrs.
Knight; social meetings and red let letter
ter letter days, Mrs. M. M. Little; Union
Signal, Mrs. Packham; custodian of
W. C. T. U. properties. Mrs. Packham.
Note the everyday saving, get the "U-SREVE HABIT"
CASH AND CARRY
One east and one west of the city square
mm DAYS ME
SUGAR SATURDAY AND MONDAY
12 pounds of sugar for one dollar,
with a dollar's worth of other groc groceries
eries groceries for cash, Saturday and Monday
only. Phone 377.
dly-3t-tf H. B. WHITTINGTON.
Berlin-Jones and Crane's box sta stationery
tionery stationery in endless variety at the
Court Pharmacy. Phone 284. 19-6t
It will soon be too late to profit by this
JANUARY CAKMVAi OF ECRIfflIY
Now there are only THREE days more
Come quickly for the savings in this
PRICE RE4MUSTKRIT SALE
"THE FASHION CENTER'
OCA LA EVENING STAR, THURSDAY, JANUARY 27, 1921
If you have any
phone to five-one.
If you are not using Federal bread,
ask your neighbor how she lives it,
then give it a trial- 19-6t
Fresh vegetables and fruits at all
times. Ft. King Confectionery Yonge
biock, cor. Ft. King Ave. and Osceola
St. Phone 596. 22-tf
Don't fail to visit the Guarantee
C'othing & Shoe Company. Every Everything
thing Everything we sell is guaranteed. We're
fighting for QUALITY not prices, tf
Mrs. George Ford is entertaining
'the Thursday afternoon auction club
thi3 afternoon at- the home of her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. B. A. Weathers.
Wednesday afternoon Mrs. W. A.
Wilds was hostess to the regular
Wednesday one-table auction club. In Invited
vited Invited to play with the club members
were two additional tables of players.
Mrs. Wilds' home was prettily orna ornamented
mented ornamented with quantities of violets and
roses, which made a lovely setting for
the players as they enjoyed this ever
fascinating game. Mrs. H. C. Dozier
won the prize, while the club prize
was secured by Mrs. Harry Walters.
A salad course was served at the con conclusion
clusion conclusion of the games. The following
were those playing: Mrs. H. C. Do Dozier,
zier, Dozier, Mrs. Max Israelson, Mrs. E. G.
Lindner, Mrs. Harry Walters, Mrs.
Harvey Clark, Mrs. C. P. Chazal, Mrs.
Bert Dosh, Mrs. O. E. Cox, Mrs. Welsh
Wheeler, Mrs. W. A. Wilds and Misses
Dorothy' Schreiber and Adele Bittin-ger.
Just received sea bass weighing
from three to twelve pounds, for bak
ing purposes. City Fish Market.!
Phone 158. tf
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
GAR LOAD RIPE
Mrs. C. B. Richards of Memphis,
Tenn., arrived in Ocala the first of the
week, having been summoned on ac account
count account of the illness of her sister-in-
law, Mrs. J. V. Tarver, who passed j
avay last night. Mrs. Richards has!
on a number of occasions visited in
Ocala and her friends are glad to
have her here again.
WANTED, LOST, FOUND, FOR
, SALE, FOR RENT AND SIM SIMILAR
ILAR SIMILAR LOCAL NEEDS
Bates: Six lines, maximum, one time,
25c; three times. 50c; six times, 75c;
one month, $3. Parable in advance.
Mi Fmilv Stnteahurv will enter-!
complimenting Miss Goedecke and
Miss Winifred Goedecke of New York
ciJty, guests of Miss Nettie Camp.
1916 seven-passenger Buick in good
(condition. Price very reasonable.
1 Terms. Spencer-Pedrick Motor Co. tf
Dr. Charles Watson Moremen,
Commercial Bank Building, Ocala,
Fla. Office phone 211; residence
phone 298. 7-tf
Friday evening at the Woman's
Club, the members of the Eight
O'Clock Dancing Club will give one
of their bi-monthly balls, which are
always enjoyable events.'
Pure grapefruit and orange jelly,
"a Florida product," at the Fort King
Confectionery. Phone 596. 22-tf
Mrs. C. C. Bryant is the proud pos
sessor of an Essex sedan, which her
husband recently made her a present
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
Fresh oysters and full lin,e of fresh
vegetables and fruits at all times.
Cook's Market and Grocery- Phone
Salt and fresh water fish, oysters,
shrimp, etc., at CITY FISH MARKET,
Ft. King Ave., phone 158. 27-tf
"Prompt service and fair prices"
cur motto. Cook's Market and Groc Grocery.
ery. Grocery. Phon 243. 7-tf
Mr. and Mrs. Victor Canares have
arrived in the city for a week's visit
and are located at the Ocala House.
Mr. Canares is advance agent for the
Melville Comedians, which is a popu popular
lar popular tented theatrical trouple that has
shown here on several occasions and
ha3 always played to large audiences.
The arrival of this show will be 'an 'announced
nounced 'announced later. Mr. Canares says the
cast of characters is the same as last
year, but the company will present all
new plays. Melville's Comendans al always
ways always find a cordial welcome in Ocala.
To guard against colds and other
infections make a practice of using a
daily gargle. Get an atomizer at the
Court Pharmacy. 19-6t
Mr. J. W. Flyatt of the Jacksonville
Metropolis, was a welcome visitor in
A smile costs nothing: greet your
neighbor with one often and sho
our neighborly interest by telling
them that FEDERAL bread is the
test made. 19-6t
Fresh vegetables and fruits at all
times. Ft. King Confectionery Yonge
block, cor. Ft. King Ave. and Osceola
St. Phone 596. 22-tf
Miss Theo Wallis will accompany
Miss Frances Tarver and Mr. J. V.
Tarver Jr. to Savannah with Mrs. J.
V. Tarver's remains for burial in that
; 25c & 30c a dozen
$1.25 and op a bunch
FOR SALE Newell Sanders three three-disk
disk three-disk light tractor plow; can be
changed to a two-disk; only been
used two days; can't tell it from
new, $100. D. N. Mathews, Ocala,
THERO-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. Che ro-Col a Woodyard,
phone 167. 26-lm
$200 will buy two Ford cars. Ad-
dress Carroll Motors Co, city. 25-3t
seven rooms, bath, hot and cold wa water,
ter, water, gas, electric lights. Apply to
L. N. Green. 25-tf
MJRSE If you need a practical and
experienced nurse, call for Mrs.
Clara Gibson, 320 Daugherty street,
PAINTING Honorably discharged
soldier desires painting in any ca capacity
pacity capacity and will furnish estimates
free. All work guaranteed first
class and reasonable. Address, W.
G. Cronmiller, care the Star of office.
fice. office. 26-3t
BERMUDA ONION PLANTS $2.00
per 1000, cash with order. L. O.
Booher, Route A, Box 66. .24-12t
A.C.L. DRAY TRACK
Our box candies are bound to please
anyone. Norris and Crown Log Cabin
rolls. The Court Pharmacy. 19-6t
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,
raii RiiAn snjfimifs
WOODr 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
Don't fail to visit the Guarantee!
"i p. ci f !L t I
rimus "ur Zsy j trains at OCALA UNION STATION.
h,ng we sell is guaranteed. We're I The following schedule fieures nub-
Arrival and departure of passenger
ghting for QUALITY not prices, tf
The infant son of Mr. and Mrs. J.
S. Roberts of Oak was buried .'this
morning at Anthony at 10 ..o'clock.
William Moore, white, has been do doing
ing doing a land office business, selling to
ignorant people a medicine of his own,
guaranteed to cure anything but death
and to greatly mitigate that. He call called
ed called it "800 per cent tonic." The sheriff
and marshal got together and came
down on Moore like a thousand of
brick. Judge Futch assessed Moore
75.50 and costs or three months. The
judge also assessed Archie Jacobs
$100 and three months. Sheriff Thom Thomas
as Thomas found a gun on Archie. Judge
Futch, by the way, has several bottles
of Moore's tonic on hand, which we
lished as information and not guar guaranteed.
anteed. guaranteed. (Eastern Standard Time)
SEABOARD AIR LINE RAILROAD
FOR SALE OR TRADE Studebaker
six-cylinder, seven-passenger; first first-class
class first-class running order. Dr. C. E. Kip Kip-linger,
linger, Kip-linger, 233 Fort King Ave. 25-3t
Jacksonville-NTork 2:10 am
Roberts & Spencer had charge of the (think he would give to any person
Pure grapefruit and orange jelly,
"a Florida product," at the Fort King
Confectionery. Phone 596. 22-tf
who might be benefited.
Try a -lb. box of crystallized
grapefruit or orange. YouH like it.
I Ft. King Confectionery. Phone 596. tf
Jacksonville 1:34 am
Jacksonville 4:15 pm
2:15 am Manatee- 4:05 pw
:15 am Tampa 2:10 am
2:15 am Manatee- 4:17 pro
:05 pm Tampa-St. Petrscrg 4:17 pm
ATLANTIC COAST LINE R. R.
2:12 pm Jacksonville-NTork 2:43 am
1:45 pm Jksonville-Gainsville 3:35 om
6:42 am Jksonville-Gneyril! 10:13 pm
2:4Cam St.Petsbrg-Lakeland 2:12 sro
3:35 pm St.Petsbrg-Lakeland 1:25 pm
7:10 am Dunnellon-Wilcox
S 7 :25 am Dunellon-Lkeland 11:03 ma
3:apm Homosasu 1:30 pro
10:13pm Leesburg 6:42 am
4:45 pm Gainesville 11:50 am
Monday, Wednesday, Friday.
"Tuesday. Thursday. Saturday.
j FOR SALE Horse, wagon, harness,
plow and two stacks of hay at once
for $75. Also ohe mule-hoof brood
sow and one registered Duroc gilt
cheap. Write Cora Johnson, Ocala,
or call at home back, of the fair
LOST Tuesday night, a dark bay
pony horse; hind feet white and a
little sprung at the fetlocks. In good
flesh. Reward to finder by applying
to A. M. Mann, Citra, Fla. 27-3t
EUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES Gilt-
edged proposition for a man of en energy
ergy energy and initiative. County repre-
sentative desired. A legitimate and
practical proposition; will not inter interfere
fere interfere with present employment.
Write for particulars to Favorite
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.
FOR SALE Farm of 52 acres, 200
orange trees, some bearing, some
buds. Price $900 cash. Box 93,
Ocala, Fla. 25-6t
'FOR RENT Three room (or four
j room) furnished apartment. Call
j phone 39. 25-3t
LOST Driving gloves. Finder kind kindly
ly kindly advise 'O. M. Moore, care of the
FARM FOR SALE
Farm of 160 acres of good new
ground containing the rich Scott
si ring hammock, situated two milet
from Ocala on hard road, improved
with dwelling and all out buildings.
Will sell at a bargain. Address, G
P Howell, Box 188. Ocala. Fla. 31-30t
SUGAR SATURDAY AND MONDAY
12 Vi pounds of suear for one dollar.
:W:th a dollar's worth of other groc groc-!er?es
!er?es groc-!er?es for cash, Saturday and Monday
icnly. Phone 377.
dly-3t-tf H. B. WHITTINGTON.
I FOR RENT Dwelling on Anthony
' road 200 feet off Oklawaha avenue;
Federal bread always has tht
grod old home-made taste. Try our
cinnamon rolls, too. 19-0
On Friday January 28th, 1921, at 10 A. M. in Ocala, Florida
The estate of J. C. Boozer, consisting of
one-half interest in 112x114 feet of corner block
54 s. w., of old survey of Ocala, facing Metropoli Metropolitan
tan Metropolitan Bank, at the corner of Magnolia and Second
All of the south half of Lot No. 9, Caldwell's
addition to Ocala, located at corner of Watula
and Fifth streets.
Lot 27x112 feet with two story wooden
building thereon occupied by Spencer &. Roberts,
fronting on Exposition or West Broad.
All of Block 24, old survey of Ocala, front fronting
ing fronting Washington and North Oklawaha Street, on
which are now located 3 houses, occupied by
N. W. one-fourth of lot 2, block 78, old sur survey
vey survey of Ocala, corner of Adams and Osceola
streets, with negro tenant houses, now occupied.
North two-thirds of lot 3. block Y of Alfred's
addition to Ocala, fronting on Dixie Highway,
just across the street from Teuton's brick store.
All of block 28, Clirie's addition to Ocala
with negro houses thereon.
Lot 3, block 20, Cline's addition, with house
on same, fronting on railroad.
We also have a few other small pieces of Negro property in which there
is a part interest which will be sold at the same time. Each piece of this
-property will be sold for the high dollar on terms of 1-3 cash, balance 1 and
two years with 8 per cent interest payable annually. We will sell each
piece of property on the lot and will show you exactly what you are buying.
Sale will start promptly at 10 a.m. and the first piece to be sold will be at the
corner of Magnolia and Second Streets, and from here to each piece, as noted
above, until all are sold. At 3 p. m. on same day we will sell 51 acres of
land located near Captain S. R. Pyles home in the country, eleven acres
lying just in front of his home and the other 40 acres lying in the hammock.
This property belongs to the Allen estate and is being sold for a division
among the heirs. Same terms as on other property. Our Mr. Felton will be
at the Harrington Hall Hotel and will be glad to show interested parties
over any of these properties. All of these properties will be sold for the
highest dollar, and remember you make the price.
EASY TERMS, 1-3 cash, balance in 1 and 2 years. FREE Band Concerts and Dollar Bills, FREE
FeWtoim Mealy AmdHtoim. Cmmpaiimy
ATLANTA, Sales Managers and Auctioneers GEORGIA
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