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OCALA, FLORIDA. SATl'RDAY, JAM'ARY 29, 1921
SOUTHERN COLLEGE IMPORTANT BILLS
LETTING GERMANY ATTEMPT WAS
MR. HARDING STOPS
17EIIT UP IN SMOKE
Annual Report of the Secretary of the
Board of Trade
Methodists of Florida Lost Their
Great Institution f Learning
Early this Morning
Sutherland, Jan. 29. The adminis administration
tration administration building and the woman's
wormitory of Southern College were
destroyed by fire early today. The
loss will amount to $150,000. Ffiyt
girls, students at the college, hold
their belongs in the destruction of the
dormitory. Fire apparatus from
Clearwater and Tarpon Springs pre prevented
vented prevented further damage. The cause" of
the fire is undetermined.
PROBABLY WILL REBUILD AT
' ST. PETERSBURG
St. Petersburg, Jan. 29. Prominent
Methodists here declare the Suther Sutherland
land Sutherland fire in all probability will mean
the bringing of the college to St. Petersburg.
Republican Congress Refuses to Give
Farmers the Much- Needed
BASKET BALL TEAM
GONE TO GAINESVILLE?
. (Associated Press)
Washington, Jan. 29. Hope that
the Fbrdney emergency tariff bill
would come to a vote in the Senate at
this session was practically abandon abandoned
ed abandoned today when the measure came up
for what is generally believed its final
day of debate.
With the appropriation measures
crowding for passage the leaders are
understood to have definitely decided
to put aside the farmer relief measure
and take up money bills when
Senate convenes Monday.
GAVE HIM PLENTY OF TIME
Lord Mayor O'Callaghan has been
ordered to leave the country by Feb Feb-tuary
tuary Feb-tuary 11th.
(Continued from Yesterday)
A series of open air band concerts
was arranged for the summer of 1920,
and the Board of Trade was instru instrumental
mental instrumental in the city council's appro appropriating
priating appropriating $800 towards a band for
The Board of Trade, in co-operation
with the city council, the board of
county commissioners and property
owners, has provided for attractive
lighting standards around 'the court courthouse
house courthouse square and for one block on
N'crth Magnolia between Oklawaha
theJa,'enue an Washington street. Under
the'plan the standards are being pro provided
vided provided by property owners, and in one
!or two instances by tenants, and the
city is to install the standards and
provide the current. The standards
have been received and will be install install-id
id install-id as soon as the necessary cable ar-
It will not be possible to tuni
Total Amount of Reparations Will be: American Government Not Responsi
About $42,200,000,000 in
for the Recent Effort to Kid Kidnap
nap Kidnap BergdoU
Associated Pnaii I (Associated Press)
Paris, Jan. 29. The allied supreme Washington, Jan. 29. The depart-
council today approved the German ; ment of justice denied today that al-
Tr Succeed Roger Sulliran as Alder Alderman
man Alderman from the Fourteenth Ward
on the Chicago Council
His Stay in the Magic City is Largely
Pot in on the Local
t Associated press). I (AocUIm Press)
Chicago, Jan. 29. The first negro t Miami, Jan. 29. Mr. Harding cut
, woman candidate for alderman in the;n,s visit to Miami today to a short
reparation plan drafted by the spe-;lged American detectives attempted i city council of Chicago, Lulu Sims, !top devoted largely to golf. He spent
aal committee. The olan Drovides to kidneD G. S. Beredoll. the draft v, t r . ..V
for the payment by Germany of two uodger, in Germany. Agents of thermit expired yesterday. She is a can-lmiles north of here, and left there
hundred and twenty-iix billion gold department are investigating. Offi- dlcate from the fourteenth ward, the 'early in the forenoon.
n:arks in forty-two annual install- ;c.als declared there are no department ; old stronghold of the late Roger Sul-j
r.:tnts on a rising scale, beginning agents on duty in foreign countries. ''livan, a noted democratic leader. LOCOMOTIVE BOILER LET
..;.U U . i : 1 1 : i T : ; 1 i .... 1 i
mc jjdjuiaii ui iwu uiuion raarKS : uistussing me possioie extradition; r.n vpin I rrrr rmv
the first two years and in addition the ff Bergdoll, officials said there is no; THE MELVILLE COMEDINS
layment of a 12 per cent tax on Ger- treaty under which the United States j PLEASED LAKELAND PEOPLE
BOLD ROBBERS AT TAMPA
could demand his return. The only;
possible method, they said, would be f
to request that Germany hand over.
Explosion on the B. & O. Cost the
Lives of Four Employ
The following were among the
Ocalans leaving today for Gainesville
to witness the basket ball game be between
tween between Ocala and that town: Dr. and
Mrs. H. C. Dozier and son, Harry, ac accompanied
companied accompanied by Misses Alice Sexton and
Loureen Spencer; Misses Onie Chazal
and Mabel Meffert; Mr. and Mrs. R. S.
Hall, Miss Nellie Bain; Mr. and Mrs.
J. N. Bryan Jr. of Tampa; Mrs. Maud
Home, Mr. and Mrs. N. R. Dehon,
Officials of the unions representing rtves.
skilled employees in the shipyards to-I on the current, however, until the new
day ordered a general refendum on! unit is installed'in the electric light
the proposal of the Atlantic Coast 'plant. It is believed that once these
Ship Builders Association that wage; lights are in there will be a general
scales be reduced ten per cent as an j demand for more of them, and one
initial move" in the program to bring property owner has already volunteer volunteer-down
down volunteer-down production costs. jed to take care of the standards in
MEAT BILL BEFORE THE HOUSE front of his property, which extends
AGRICULTURAL COMMITTEE ion one side of the street for a block
The House agricultural committee
'and a half.
'decided today to proceed with consid-: Lnion talIon Approacn
leratio nof the Senate meat industry' The Board of Trade for some
Regulation bill without hearings. The t:me been working1 with a view to
Miss Rushabelle Sales and a number .committee oegan immediately to work,""
of others on its report. station plaza. The city council has
Most of those going will also remain '.NEGRO INCREASE IN THE CITIES tributed materially tothis project
for the dances that are to take place j
in the University City tonight.
The following is the line-up of the
Ocala team: Forwards, Estelle Wilkes
and Christine Close; .centers, Eliza Elizabeth
beth Elizabeth Home and Mabel Lytle; guards,
Cornelia Dozier and Annie MacKay;
subs, Jesse Dehon, Ethel Home; Clif Clifton
ton Clifton Sexton and Marie Hensley.
The Star has requested a member
of the team to telephone the result as
soon as the game is over, and if the
message comes in time it will be post posted
ed posted at the Court Pharmacy.
bv Drovidinr? for the oneninc nf North
Negro populations announced today Mfcin street tthrough to the station
by the census bureau are as follows: ,plaza) and at the in?tance of the 0cala
San Antonio, Texas, 14,355, an in- Woman's Club the citv has provided
crease of 34 per cent. frr two parkwava on either side of
Oklahoma City. 8269. an increase of North Main street between May street
26 per cnt. v :and the nlaza. These two parkway.
Denver, Colo.. 6085. an increase of win be planted with Washington
12 per cejit. palms and made attractive by the
(Woman's Club with the co-operation
Melville's Comedians onened thir (AssocUtea Frs
. i . i
nidii wno n.ta reiusea to nght tent theater last niVht with th h,. Wheeling. W. Va- Jan. 29 Fonr
Gunmen Take $19,000 from the Amer- aaginst that country, which would bejgest audience of their career. This Haltimore & Ohio employees were kill kill-ican
ican kill-ican Express Office cmbanassing for this government and stock company is very porular and today when a locomotive boiler e-
l.ATdly possible of acquiescence by i the cast i. nrartimllir h Tloded near Littleton. W. Va. Tb
.th.a which has secured the company jere the engineer, fireman, brakeman
; its high place in the affection of Lake- js;r,cl road foreman of engines. The ac ac-iland
iland ac-iland audiences. The charm of Violet cident occurred at the Broad Tree
I Claire and the dramatic earnest- jtunneL
ness of Ralph Poiige contributed j
(Associate.! Press) i Germany
Tampa, Jan. 29. Two men held upj
E. F. Smith, cashier of the American
Railway Express company's main of-'
fice at the union station here yester- j
KROPOTKIN IS DEAD
i Ash tK-iatJ ITes-")
'J J 1 A
i:aj aiternoun ana got away wun a ionaon. Jan. -'y.-fnnce Peter Al- greatly to the appeal of last night's ALBERT FELL FROM
im,u "ummuime. iney exeivicn ivropotKin. tne noted Kussian i offering, which was a rural drama,'; UlS HIGH ESTATE
carried off with them $19,700 in cash, geographer, author and revolutionary i When Dreams Come Trne nrpnt.
Reader, is dead in Miscow, says a Cop-Ud with fresh, artistie settings and!
THREE SQUARE MEALS
' EACH DAY AND MIGHTY
GOOD MEALS, TOO : REAL ESTATE
. , i e opening np of Main street-
Lake side fruit farm, 250 bearing to the union dftnot imnrovp th vnln,
of the Palmetto Hotel property and
(the other lots which will be sold Mon Mon-ay
ay Mon-ay by auction ? Ill say it will.
i FRANK W. DITTO,
.2S-2t Real Estate!
orange trees, loaded with fruit now
Just the thing for pleasure and profit.
Short drive to good railroad town; 50 1
acres in tillage; lake watered pasture; i
cczy bungalow, bam and fowl house;
good neighbors near. Convenient to ;
good school. $2000 takes this place,
pretty gowns. The comedy parts were Umontown, Pa Jan. 29. Albert
jur usually well taken. The attraction I Smith, the 19-year-old son of a
Itnnip-ht is Th ftnnntrv Tirvv-" twealthv real estate owner f Fair-
! jhope, "pled guilty today to thirteen
SUGAR SATURDAY AND MONDAY' jcharges of arson and waa sentenced
'to not less than 42 or more than 85
12 pounds of sugar for. one dollar,
wth a dollar's worth of other groc-
years in prison. He is charged with
burning the school house and other
Some people make money by guess
:eries for cash, Saturday and Monday ,FroPrty in this section, valued at
or.ly. Phone 377. jniore than a million dollars.
d!y-3t-tf H.B. WHITTINGTON. ;
I 1916 pvn-rin pn trcr XKrf'r in tmrtA
and a flock of poultry and quantity of :rg others make it by working Either 'SUGAR SATURDAY AND MONDAY "condition. Price very reasonable.
farm tools is its dowery.
Hall knows where money grows.
29-lt JAMES HALL,
Officer in Florida House. Ocala, Fla,
I may attend the auction sale Monday! 12 pounds of sugar for one dollar,
;afternoon, Jan. 31st, at 2 p. m.. Some w.lh a dollar's worth of other groc groc-!cne
!cne groc-!cne is going to be happy. 29-lt jies for cash, Saturday and Monday
ioriy. I'none 37.
dly-3t-tf II. B. WHITTINGTON.
Terms. Spencer-Pedrick Motor Co. tf
j Are you lucky Then be sure to at-
! tend the auction sale of the Palmetto
e.ioih uvLuua uiD p,epared a plan for the beautificatiow
'rtf the station plaza and this to be
The members of the Eight O'Clock sphniutPH tn tnp r-uroadi snnn
to the union depot improve the value
of the Palmetto Hotel property and
dancing Club were hosts last evening t,n5 up nnnrnvPH hv tht TAar ntA u,, Tni ;f
r v cnriii Woman s Club at one of the Trade and cify council. The railroads FRANK W. DITTO,
C. E. SOCIAL most enjoyable of the bi-monthly balls be asked to put ;n the park ?paees !2g.2t Real Egtate
The membets of the Christian En- given by that club this season. There and these will be planted with palms
deavor Society of the Presbyterian wasa large number present, and the 8nd shrubs bv the Board of Trade j Mr and Mrg Edmund Martin wiU
church held a social last evening with JJavis orcnestra lurmshed excellent
Miss Ann"ie Pope Eagleton at her music for the dances. A grand march
home in the second va-d. Miss Eagle- led by Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Anderson
ton planned many interesting games Jr. opened the ball. At intermission
and contests and her home was cozily light refreshments were served, after
decorated in a color scheme of red which dancing continued until a late
and blue, which was in keeping with hour.
some of the games played. Those win-j The following visitors were present:
ning prizes in the contests and games j Miss Goedecke, Miss Winifred Goe Goe-were
were Goe-were Tom Sexton, Martha Preer and decke, Miss Nellie Bain, Miss Cole of
Genevieve Haile. Assisting Miss 'Anthony, Mrs. J. N. Bryan of Tampa,
Ecgleton in entertaining were Misses! Mr. Alfred Green and Mr. Ernest
Will the opening up of Main street : Hotel property Monday afternoon at
2 p. m.
Salt and fresh water fish, oysters,
.hrimp, etc.,-at CITY FISH MARKET,
Ft. King Ave., phone 158. 27-tf
ROYAL ARCn MASONS
29-lt Regular conventions of the Ocala
! Chapter No. 13. R. A. M., on the fourth
Friday in evefr month at 8 p. m.
H. S. Wesson, H. P.
B. L. Adams, Secretary.
Will the improvements at the union
depot plaza which have now been
agreed upon enhance the value of the
Palmetto Hotel property and the other
lets which will be sold Monday by
auction. Ill say they wilL
FRANK 'W.' DITTO,
2S-2t Real Estate.
with a fund to be raised for the pur- entertain about twenty-five of their,
pose. Approval of the plans has been fiends tonight at the home of the j
delayed by the fact that the last two j letter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. W. j
raeetmgs of the Board of Trade could Harriss, in compliment to Miss Nettie
not be held because of a lack of quo- i Camp and her guests, the Misses Goe Goe-rcm
rcm Goe-rcm due to other attractions in the 'decke of New York citv.
The Board of Trade co-operated in
entertaining the Florida State Auto Automobile
mobile Automobile Association in April, 1920, and
the Florida State Horticultural Socie-
Loca Anderson and Lois Livingston. Green, of Daytona, Mr. M. M. Malone, tv jn av jn the case of the latter
Mr. and Mrs. N. R. Russell, Mr. E. S.
Gernant and Misses Mabel Meffert,
Mamie Shephard and Musie Bullock
.were some of the "grown-ups" pres present.
ent. present. Refreshments of chocolate, cake
and candy were served, and it was a
late hour when the party came to an
Board of Trade desired to entertain
!the members of the National Editorial
a uusiness visitor in tne city ior a vou, secretary co-operated in the is is-couple
couple is-couple of days, and Mr. Robert Clark- suance of an attractive souvenir in the
son of Bridgeport, Conn., who is on a from of a Brief History of the Citrus
visit to his parents. tlndustrv of Marion Countv." written
A mr mf r
by Mr. E. L. Wartmann of Citra. This
kejAL, miail ibooklet has done much to direct at-
(tention to the fact that Marion county
Will the improvements at the union :is very much in the citrus belt of the
depot plaza which have now been state xhe Board of Xrade coperat.
agreed upon enhance the value of the ed in seCuring for 1921 the conven-
ralmetto Hotel property arid the other tions of the State Farmers Union and
lots which will be sold Monday by tbe State Optical Association. The
auction. I'll say they win.
FRANK W. DITTO,
t-1 Keat estate. Ussociation on their tour of Horida
- 'this year, but when it was learned
"THE VIRGINIA MINSTRELS' jyrhat the expense would be it was de de-The
The de-The Big Minstrel Show under can- cided that Ocala would have to forego
vas comes well recommended as being the pleasure of having the editors see
one of the very best colored minstrel Silver Springs as had been planned,
shows traveling in two fine cars with j Chautauqua
band and orchestra that has no equal, j Assistance was given in bringing to
They have shown in many towns near-' Ocala the Community Chautauqua. It
by and all say it's a good show. We 'proved so much of a success that this
will be treated with a band parade at attraction will be had again this com com-noon
noon com-noon with merry march music. Uni- ir.g spring and will probably be made
formed in high hats and long coats an annual affair,
with banners floating in the breeze. Florida Development Board
enlivening tunes will echo through' Assistance was given in the organ-
EXPRESS COMPANY WILL
HELP EUROPEAN RELIEF
Ajnong the numerous agencies thru thru-out
out thru-out the country co-operating with
Herbert Hoover, chairman of the Eu European
ropean European Relief Council, in his efforts to
raise $33,000,000 by means of a na national
tional national collection for the relief of in incipient
cipient incipient starvation among 3,500,000
children in the war-stricken countries
of central and eastern Europe are the
American Express Company and the
American Railway Express Company.
Through the authorization of G. C.
Taylor,, president of both organiza organizations,
tions, organizations, "invisible guest" certificates,
certifying that the purchaser has sal salvaged
vaged salvaged the life of one or more of the
little war victims, have been placed on
sale at .25,000 of the company's offices
throughout the United States. The the streets announcing the minstrels Nation of the Florida Development
cost of saving one child until the acute ; have come to town, so make arrange- Eoard, a tate-wide organization for
condition has been relieved by the next
European harvest is $10. but dona donations
tions donations of smaller sums are welcome,
and a contribution of only $1, under
the economic administration of the
council, will keep life in a little body
for a month.
The European Relief Council is an
amalgamation of the American
Friends Service committee, American
Fed Cross, American Relief Adminis Administration,
tration, Administration, Federal Council of the
Churches of Christ in America, Jewish
Joint Distribution Committee, Knights
of Columbus, Y. M. C. A. and the Y.
W. C. A., formed by Mr. Hoover for to the union depot improve the value
the elimination of duplicate effort injof the Palmetto Hotel property and
ministering to the starving children, -the other lots which will be sold Mon Mon-to
to Mon-to the end that the last penny of eve- day by auction? IH say it will,
ly dollar contributed might reach al FRANK W. DITTO,
hungry child in the form of food or 28-2t Real Estate.
n'.ents to attend the one good, real the development of the state. The
negro minstrel show. Tent will be Marion County Board of Trade is a
located near foundry Thursday, Feb- member of the board. An Ocala man
ruary 3. 29-lt is vice-president of the board. Ocala 1
has been represented among its offi offi-Our
Our offi-Our box candies are bound to please cers since its start,
anyone. Norris and Crown Log Cabin Cattle Loan Bank
rolls. The Court Pharmacy. 19-6tJ Encouragement has been given the
formation of the Southern Cattle Loan
Berlin-Jones and Crane's box staB&nk in Jacksonville because of its
tionery in endless variety at the relation to the livestock industry of
Court Pharmacy. Phone 284. 19-6t the county and .state. The bank has
had the endorsement of leading bank bank-REAL
REAL bank-REAL ESTATE ers and commercial organizations
Will the opening up of Main street throughout the state.
"Invisible guest" certificates, which
can be purchased for any amount from
I At every opportunity publicity has
been given Silver Springs and the Ok Ok-;lawaha
;lawaha Ok-;lawaha river. Information was ob ob-tained
tained ob-tained from the United States geolog geolog-1
1 geolog-1 ical survey showing that Silver
Springs are the largest in the United
Are you unlucky? They he sure to States, in volume of flow, and that
attend the auction sale of the Pal- Blue Springs, "in this county, are the
$1 up, are on sale at the local office metto Hotel property Monday after- second large in the country. An ef ef-of
of ef-of the American Railway Express Conoon at 2 o'clock 29-lt fcrt has been made in this country
jand abroad to ascertain the size or
foreign springs, but no information
concerning the size of foreign springs
has been found available. Information
is now being awaited concerning the
springs in New Zealand.
In October the state railroad com commission
mission commission addressed a letter to the
Eoard of Trade asking for an expres expression
sion expression of opinion as to the attitude of
the public toward a proposed removal
of the Seaboard Air Line Railway
freight depot from its present site on
the basin at the head of Silver
Springs. The BoaTd of Trade request requested
ed requested the railroad commission to refuse
permission for the removal of the de depot
pot depot until the commission itself had
investigated the matter and the peo people
ple people had an opportunity to look into
tbe proposed removal. Later a com committee
mittee committee from the Board of Trade asked
the railroad commission to send rep representatives
resentatives representatives fo Ocala to investigate
the proposed removal of the depot and
ti have a public' hearing. The com commission
mission commission promised to do this. The last
communication from the commission
stated that representatives would be
ir. Ocala as soon after Dec. 10 as pos possible,
sible, possible, the commission having been
freed with a press of business. A com committee
mittee committee from the Board of Trade has
been appointed to meet with the com commission
mission commission or its representatives "vhen
they come here.
The Board of Trade co-operated
w'th the Marion County Fair Associa
tion in providing free admission to
the 1920 fair to tourists many of
whom took advantage of the opportu-
r.itv thus .afforded. Your secretary
assisted with the handling of the
publicity of the 1920 fair.
WTienever'the opportunity present
ed itself the Board of Trade has co-! 7
operated with the county agricultural
pgent. and in turn tne county agent
has been found always more than 1
willing to co-operate with the Board
of Trade. Persons desiring detailed
irformation concerning the agricul agriculture
ture agriculture of the county have been referred
to the county agent.
Your secretary has given every en encouragement
couragement encouragement he could to the citrus in industry
dustry industry of the county" and has especial especially
ly especially made an effort to correct the false
ffi yy. ? ffi fH ffi jffifffi ffiffiffiffiffiffiffiffiQ
The Closing out Sale at Goldman's will continue
until every dollar's worth of Dry Goods, Shoes and
Clothing is sold out, as I mean to sell out these lines
completely and devote the entire two floors to
FURNITURE, and Furniture only.
What One Dollar WiU Buy
- A DOLLAR will buy Eight yards of LL Yellow Homespun, 36 inches wide.
A DOLLAR will buy Five yards of Fruit of the Loom, 36 inche wide.
A .DOLLAR will buy Five yards of Quality Nainsook, 36 inches wide.
A DOLLAR will buy Four yards Indianhead.
. A DOLLAR will buy Four yards of Lenox Hickory Stripes, blue or brown.
A DOLLAR will buy Four yards of beautiful 36 inch Cretone.
A DOLLAR will buy Four yards of 36 inch Fancy Mattress Covering.
A DOLLAR will buy Four yards of Railroad Cheviots.
What Less Than One. Dollar Will Buy
A pair of Army Pants Three Embroidered Pillow Cases
A Shoe, dress or work for men or women 13 yds Yellow Homespun
36 inch Silk Poplin in all colors Two Ladies Dress Waists
And Many Other Things Too Numerous To Mention
(Concluded on Third Page)
"WHY PAY MORE"
OCALA EVENING STAB, SATURDAY, JANUARY 1921
Ocaia Evening Star
A Washington attorney declares
that there never was any danger of
an anarchist rising in 1919. He says
AT THE CHURCHES TOMORROW
C. W. White, Pa?tor
P.i.it.fc ttj D-r Ernpi sadr fcj Attorney General Palmer was imposed j
STAR PUBLISHING COMPANY, ,on by Jfe.rta!n agnts of the ePart" 9:4S a. m.-Sunday school.
OCALA, FLORIDA. .... .Duval, superintendent.
: : -
xi a. in. turning service.
Sporting writers should take note of Neal of New York wil1 P"1
It. ft. Carroll, Pretildraf
j. ii. uenjami. Editor the fact that the Ocala high school- :30 p. m. A union service to hear
' 1 girls' basket ball team is not the Dr. Sam Small.
Knterel at Otala. Fla., postofflce as ,.;iJ.ata Tho tnm hxr that nsmp
'which made quite a record, now lives
second -fctasjj matter.
Editorial 0-iartiti-n t
'only in history. No member of it is
. .Five-oae jnow on the Ocala high school team.
. Two- Serf a j
Rev. C. L. Collins, D. D., Pastor
9:45 a. m. Sunday school.
1 la. m Morninc worshin
The police have asked the Star tojwrmon bv Dr. Sam Small.
give warning to autoists who drive J
thru the city with only one headlight
MEM II Eft ASSOCIATED PKES3
""he Associated F'ress la exclusively
ntltlod tar the u for rpr.nhli-aHnn r.f
all n A iati.ltrhps rr.-iiit i-.i in it nnc)iinino a 1;n tVincp whn snnt1irhtc
mi? rirhprwi.se c-red'ted in this narwr ana:.. .1 I
also the local news published herein, i l.h practices are against tne ruies, cmrcn to hear Dr. Sam Small.
n rights or republication or special an(j after this week their infraction
lsiatches herein are also reserved.
I will cause arrests.
6:30 p. m. Junior B. Y. P. U. -7:30
p. m. The congregation joins
in union service at the Methodist
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rtrst insertion: 3 cents per line for each
subsequent insertion. One change a
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Legal advertisements it legal rates.
We don't know what is meant by
attempts to regulate the "height" of
vomen's skirts, when what is needed
is regulation downward. Tampa Tri Tribune.
bune. Tribune. Not much of them downward to regulate.
are many, but its one purpose
is to render recil and construc constructive
tive constructive aid to our friends and cus customers.
tomers. customers. Your full co-operation and an
opportunity to serve you is in invited
vited invited by the officers a: d em employees
ployees employees of this bank.
Judging by Secretary Daniels' re remarks,
marks, remarks, he would be glad if somebody
would put a muzzle on Admiral Sims.
It would have been a good thing for
everybody, the secretary included, if
Daniels had been muzzled years ago.
CARRY THE CASE TO
THE SUPREME COURT
Judge Bullock, having denied the
injunction asked for by complainants
against the tax levy of 1920, the com com-.
. com-. plainants' lawyer informs the Star
that heiwill carry the case to the su-
: .7ft is the Star's opinion that the su supreme
preme supreme court will not reverse Judge
Bullock's decision. His decision in full
is as follows:
"In a proceeding in the circuit court
for Marion county by certain property
holders, against the tax collector and
the county commissioners for Marion
county, seeking an injunction restrain restrain-'
' restrain-' ing the collection of that part of the
lax on their lands levied for the pay payment
ment payment of the interest and sinking fund
of the bonds, was this day refused.
"The bond issue was the issue of th
$560,000 bond3 voted by the people on
the 20th o.f April, 1920, for the pur purpose
pose purpose of constructing hard roads in
"The real question in the case was
the meaning of the words of the
statute, Section 798, General Statutes,
providing, 'When any county bonds
shall have been issued,' etc. The bonds
have not been sold, not even printed;
the complainants contending that no
tax can be levied until the bonds have
actually been sold. The construction
of the word 'issue,' as used in the
statute, seemed to be practically the
turning point, the defendants contend contending
ing contending that no such narrow construction
of the statute was intended. But the
sense should be ascertained from the
entire act and if such narrow con construction
struction construction prevailed the statute was not
capable of application."
The home rule Ireland needs is the
Golden Rule. Canned editorial.
Well, we don't know. Sometimes,
other people don't want to be done as
you would be done by.
REVELS STUDIO IN
A NEW LOCATION
There are two colored Masonic oi oi-ders
ders oi-ders in Florida, both using the regu regular
lar regular Masonic emblem. The two orders
fell out the other day and had a case
before a Miami judge, who ruled both
.were in the wrong in using the emblem,
which the state law, he says, is to the
effect that the emblem is the exclu exclusive
sive exclusive property of the white order, the
Free and Accepted Masons. We be believe
lieve believe there is such a law, but very
much doubt the wisdom of the state
interfering in the matter. We have
tee'n informed that the white Masons
of the United States consider the ne
gro Masons as a clandestine order,
but they do not need any law to carry
this into effect, any more than the
Methodist Episcopal church needs a
law to keep the members of the A. M,
E. church from sharing in its services,
The colored Masons of America were
taught the rules and observances of
the. order by English and other Euro
pean Masons, who have always re
garded them as being in good stand
; ing. There are Masons everywhere in
the world, and the order is strong in
North Africa, where French and
Ar&bs minele in the lodges. With the
exception of a few individual mem
bcrs, white American Masons do not
recognize the colored.
I would call the attention of my
customers and the public in general
that I am now located in my new
studio over the Guarantee Clothing &
Shoe Co., corner Magnolia street and
Oklawaha avenue, where I am better
than ever prepared to serve them.
Come in and take a look at the new
place. EUGENE A. REVELS,
J. G. Waggoner, Pastor
10 a. m. The Bible school studies
"Jesus as King."
11' a. m. Communion, followed by
sermon on "Dominant Principles of
The evening services are merged
into the union services at the Metho Metho-cist
cist Metho-cist church. All services are impor important
tant important to every thinking man and wom woman.
an. woman. Come to them.
John J. Neighbour, Rector
7:30 a. m. Holy communion.
9:45 a. m. Sunday school.
11 a. m. Morning prayer and ser-
7:30 p. m.- Evening prayeY and ser
All cordially invited.
Christian Science Services
Room 5, Merchant's Block
11 o'clock Sundays.
Wednesday evening meeting at 8
SAM SMALL TOMORROW
Make your wants known t adver adverting
ting adverting them.
Arrangements have been completed
for the two meetings to be addressed
by Sam Small in Ocala tomorrow.
This famous Georgia orator will speak
at the Baptist church at 11 o'clock and
at the Methodist church at 7:30. In
these meetings a rare treat is offered
all the people.
Sam Small is known the country
over for his clever and unique humor
and for the power of his utterances.
He and Sam Jones traveled together
for years in evangelistic and temper temperance
ance temperance work and he is well known to
many Marion county people.
The night service tomorrow is be being
ing being participated in by several Protes Protestant
tant Protestant churches and their pastors. Ow Owing
ing Owing to the fact that no admission fee
is charged, to the prominence of the
speaKer and to Ucala s interest in
every good cause, it is confidently ex expected
pected expected that two great audiences will
greet the distinguished speaker. Bet-
ter,come early to be sure of a seat.
Baptist church at 11 tomorrow
morning and Methodist church at 7:30
SUGAR SATURDAY AND MONDAY
12 pounds of sugar for one dollar,
with a dollar's worth of other groc-j
eries for cash, Saturday and Monday!
oniy. Phone 377. j
dly-3t-tf H. B. WHITTINGTON
Pure grapefruit and orange jelly,
a Florida product," at the Fort King
Confectionery. Phone 596. 22-tf
STOP THAT WORRY
SUNDAY DINNER DESERT PROBLEM
Will the improvements at the union
depot plaza which have now been
agreed upon enhance the value of the
Palmetto Hotel property and the other
lots which will be sold Monday by
auction. Ill say they will.
FRANK W. DITTO,
28-2t Real Estate.
OUR SPECIAL FOR TOMORROW IS
GRAPENUT ICE CREAM
lTUB STRAIGHT I
Better and more pleasing than
any mua na.va.na. cjgan
Ask your dealer for your favorue sje
If your dealer cant supply you write vs.
I. LEWIS CIGAR MRi.CO.NrowttdU
Largest Independent Ogar Factory in the World
J. II. SPENCER
VV. R. PEDRICK
The burning of Southern College an
nounced elsewhere is a heavy loss to
the Methodist of the state, but will
probably result in their ultimate ben benefit.
efit. benefit. The main college building was
an immense old hotel, built by the
Duke of Sutherland in the heyday of
his glory some thirty years ago. It
was always somewhat of a fire trap,
and that knowledge has kept many
people from sending their children 'to
the school. The college has done ex excellent
cellent excellent work, and if the Methodists
put up an up-to-date building either
on the present site or in St. Peters Petersburg,
burg, Petersburg, they will likely double the at attendance
tendance attendance they so far have had.
All Bufck Cars Equipped With Cord Tires.
We Make a Specialty of Parts for the Buick and the
Consistent with the Cost of Same.
GOODYEAR AND U. S. TIRES AND TUBES
Mr. Jim Howell expects to leavj
Monday morning with his Marion
county exposition car. It is a good
little car, packed full of select ex exhibits,
hibits, exhibits, which Jim will show to the
.geople as he goes along. Its front,
sides and back are appropriately and
handsomely lettered in a manner to
attract attention. Mr. Howell will go
thru Leesburg, Orlando, Winter Ha Haven,
ven, Haven, Lakeland. Tampa, Tarpon
Springs, Clearwater and St. Peters Petersburg,
burg, Petersburg, and then down the southern west
coast as far as Fort Myers. With his
excellent exhibits and winning ways,
J5m is sure to make a good'impression.
Exclnsivc Agents for "VESTA" BATTERY, 18 Mo. Guarantee
An Up-to-DaU Battery Service Station
Wp Maintain an Uvi-to-Date Gavaee with Expert Workmen, at all
H Times, Auusing Prompt md Efficient Service.
GASOLINE, OILS AND GREASE.
1 SPEVCER-PEDRIlK MOTOR CO.
1 Ocala - Florida
Q. Is there really any
difference in batteries?
A. Yes, but there are
really only two kinds of
batteries. Those with wood
separators and those with
Threaded Rubber Insula Insulation.
tion. Insulation. Q. Is Threaded Rubber
Insulation the only feature
that puts the Willard
Threaded Rubber "Battery
ahead of the ordinary auto automobile
mobile automobile battery?
A. By no means. The
Willard Threaded Rubber
Battery has all the im improvements
provements improvements that have
grown out of Willard's
years of specialization in
building starting, lighting
and ignition batteries. Ask
us about it.
OCALA STORAGE BATTERY CO.
Phone 348 OCALA. FLA.
Munroe & Chambliss National Bank
ONCE YOU GET THE
OCALA MOTOR CO.
C. E. Simmons
Best Equipped Garage In Florida
BATTERY Water and Service FREE
DIAMOND LIGHT BATTERIES 6$g
$30 $35 $40
Batteries Recharged and Rebuilt
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A Ma T
w I EL
You will be ON THE ROAD FOR SAVING MONEY
Ydu wait on yourself here, and you will have uo 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 I blocks, per. block 22 l2c
Small Crisco, tin 24c No. 4 Snowdrift Lard 70c
No. y2 Crisco, tin 35c No. 8 Snowdrift Lard $1.40
Maxwell House Coffee 40c Bulk Roast Coffee 20c
Arbuckles Coffe 27c M lb tin Tetley's Mixed Tea 17c
1-2 lb. tin Tetley's Mixed Tea 34c
I0c Octagon Soap 7c SS(SSa 2
10c pkg. Chase & Sanborn Tea 8c
7 lbs. Cream or water 7 lbs. Hudnut's Fine or
ground meal 25c Coarse Grits 25c
Bine 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 ou
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 Shredded
ded Shredded 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
S1.30 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 n:
every day prices. This assortment will show you what your saving will be on zjz
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-0
1, 10c package Atlantic Matches
1, 10c tin Shinola Shoe Polish
. 1. 10c package Ui.eeda Biscuit
$1.25 onr regular price $1.00
Note the everyday saving, get the "U-SREVE DAUIT"
CASH AND CARRY
One east and one west of the city square
S2?-tj?Z 'T-. ST;, rr-. r?. rr-. sr-. sr-. .-
ZJS '-ZS '-Zs 'O' "sZ "0"'
MmurpBiy Motion Commpsmiiy
ONE OF FLORIDA'S BEST GARAGES
Expert Repairs Tires Gas and Oil
Main Street, Opposite Foundry OCALa, FLORIDA
The laws of Florida require all au automobiles
tomobiles automobiles to have a 1921 license nam nam-Ler
Ler nam-Ler January 1st, 1921. All automobile
drivers not having 1921 license tags
on February 1st, 1921, will be prose
cuted. S. C 1L Thomas,
, Sheriff, Marion Coutny, Fla.
Mr. G. B. Overton is now our
funeral director and embalm er. Night
:hone 515, day phone 47.
i5-tf George MacKay & Company. with dwelling and an out building
Will sell at a bargain. Addrtss, C
FARM FOB SALE
Farm of 160 acres of good new
ground containing the rich ScoU
siring hammock, situated two mile
from Ocala on hard road, improved
Star ads. bring in shekels.
P. Howell, Box 183, Oeila, Fla. 31-301
OCA LA EVENING STAB, SATCBOAT. JAN CAR V S3. 1921
1...-A..A. ...... ........
GOOD YEAR'S WORK
(Continued from First Page)
I B.9 lilt 11 'I.'. Ill 11
EXTRA LARGE ORANGE
AND GRAPEFRUIT TREES
impression that Marion county does
not belong in the citrus belt of the
state. Last year and this your secre secretary
tary secretary has advocated the planting of
more orange trees in Ocala for dec decorative
orative decorative purposes and as a means of
calling attention to the fact that Mar Marion
ion Marion is preeminently a citrus county.
This matter has been before the
Board of Trade several times, and a
committee will make a drive shortly
to secure the planting of trees in the
city. Encouragement and assistance
has been given the Florida Orange
Corporation which will plant about
1100 acres of citni3 fruits just south
of the city.
During the year information has
been given several parties figuring on
the location of new industries in this
section of Florida. One proposition
was investigated by a committee ap appointed
pointed appointed for the purpose and recom recommended
mended recommended against. Through the instru instrumentality
mentality instrumentality of the Board of Trade your
secretary has good reason to believe
thatm new industry will very shortly
be located in this county. He is not
liberty to give the project any pub publicity
licity publicity at this time.
An effort was made to arouse inter interest
est interest in the development of freight traf traffic
fic traffic on the river, with a view to giving
Ocala lower feright rates generally,
but no headway was made in this most
important problem affecting this city.
And attention should again be called
to the fact that the army engineers
have given warning that the spending
of money on the improvement of the
rivers is dependent upon the develop development
ment development of traffic jmd provision for pub public
lic public docking facilities.
In July your secretary attended a
meeting of commercial secretaries in
Orlando and nad the honor of being
elected secretary-treasurer of the
Florida State Commercial Secreta Secretaries'
ries' Secretaries' Association. The Board of Trade
endorsed the Townsend bill providing
for a national system of highways.
Your secretary attended a meeting
t&ry was out attending to some mat-;
ter which took him from theoffice. It :
has meant, too, that your secretary ;
has had to give to details time that; J M j If Hl 1 VJ U O I tew extra large, bearing size.
should be devoted to more important j nve-year-old buds on eight-year-old
'matters. In the fall your secretary j T7 T "MTTT TC T fiUing in "ove5 Genuine Marsh seed seed-th
th seed-th raisins ftf nnt Iss thai. h V aA lJ t -r P I I I ; grapefruit and Parson Brown
- o j w j. mj. t vj mf jl.
$10,000 and the preparing of a budget
for the year. Thi3 plan was not car-
ried through. The board of directors W V. II A LU W
has since then, recommended that the ;
organization raise the sum of $5000 j at trie
to cover the operating expenses of th? TTT-jTOnpT t
board for a year. It is not the inten- KjLl JvlO 1 1.1 1
tion of the governors that this amount ;
fchould cover anything but actual over- I
jcianes or sour stock. ?5 each for
sour stock. For yard purposes and for
j three or more trees. E- H. MOTE.
1 22-tf Leesburg. Florida.
BUSINESS SERVICE BUREAU
SUN DA Y
head expenses and a new edition of
the city and county booklet. Such a
sum will not provide for any adver advertising,
tising, advertising, conventions, band concerts,
holiday celebrations, and the like. If
these things are to be had it will b
necessary to make drives as hereto heretofore,
fore, heretofore, and drives, soon become a nuis nuisance.
ance. nuisance. Your secretary has had no end
of propositions made to him by citi
zens for the benefit of the city and ? be held here tOl tWO Weeks
county," and all have called for an ex-j
ptnditure of money. It is surprising
how many suggestions are made with-
out .any thought of the cost. A situa-j
tion that must be faced and for which :
a solution should be found is that too ; Jj
many of the public projects of Ocala
(J(,i j public that on the 1st of February we
; will open a business in the Merchants
I block, in Ocala, to be known as the
jEL'SINESS SERVICE BUREAU,
j where those in need of stenographic
jand typewriting work, or general of of-'t'fJfJOfl
't'fJfJOfl of-'t'fJfJOfl A Ty V R ce "ork of any kind, can have same
rDiUrii I U done at this office.
j We also are prepared to do all kinds
of Multigraph work on short notice.
Soliciting your patronage,
22eod Blair Wood row.
Series of meetings will
and Marion county are being financed ; jij
by the few. The burden should be IjJ
carried by the entire people. To this ; ;T;
end many communities are making a rt
special tax levy to cover the work of
their commercial bodies. This has j
been done in most of the towns and j
cities in South Florida, where appro-' jlj
LET US BUILD YOU A $
Select your o-vn lot and
plans. Tenr.s: hall cah,
balance like rent Call and
talk it over with u..
RAY I THOMSON
Will the opening up of Main street
tc the union depot improve the value
of the Palmetto Hotel property and
ti e other lots whifh will fu cnM fnn.
J9S j day by auction? Ill say it will.
& FRANK W. DITTO,
!28-2t Real Estate.
cipal and county governments.
Your secretary would again call
your attention to -the fact that the
jianon Munty ooara oi i raae is tne g
only commercial organization in the X
countv. one of the most imnortant i 3
counties in Florida. When the sup-l
pirt of the Marion County Board of
Tiade is under consideration this factj
should be kept in mind. :
Your secretary wishes to thank all.,
those who co-operated in the work of
the organization during the year, the
president, board of governors and
committee members especially. The
mnnner -in which dues have been paid
beld in Gainesville bv the chamber of fcas ben verv gratifying. The' slim-'
tVoro fnr ha rmmnsA tf "s oi tne Eoara oi l raae s income
Geo. MacKay I Co.
and Emb aimers
Two Licensed Embalmers
Motor Funeral Cars
Private Morgue and Chapel
Day Phone 47
Nijrht Phone 515 g
G. B. Overton, Manager
Dr. Charles Watson Moremen,
Commercial Bank Building, Ocala,
Fia. Office phone 211; residence
phone 298. 7-tf
Virginia Lady Suffered With AcLei
and Pains Until Mother Began
Giving Her Cardoi.
Florida. Your secretary had previous previously
ly previously -written a letter of protest to the
editor of the Country Gentleman. Dur During
ing During the watermelon shipping season
the United States bureau of market's
representative had an office in the
Board of Trade room and distributed
daily bulletins all over the state from
this point. Whenever it had an oppor opportunity
tunity opportunity the Board of Trade co-operated
with the varrous railroad representa representatives.
tives. representatives. Your secretary has co-operated
in the forming of the Ocala Baseball
Association to promote a season of
games in Ocala during the coming
summer. By correspondence and in interview
terview interview information was furnished
Mr. Fred "Good Roads" Smith, of New
Jersey and St. Petersburg, looking to
the transporting "of small pleasure
boats from Silver Springs to the
Withlacoochee and to thus save many
miles between the eastern ports and
the cruising grounds of the gulf coast.
The Board of Trade hall has been
used for the meetings of various kinds
by other organizations. Though with without
out without result the Board of Trade co cooperated
operated cooperated with the commercial bodies
of Gainesville and Leesburg in an ef effort
fort effort to have the Attlantic Coast Line
operate the "Pinellas Special" thru
these .cities. A committee has been
appointed to look into conditions at
the union station requiring passengers
from trains to alight in rain and mud.
A protest was sent to the United
States Shipping Board against a
change of ocean rates on phosphates,
as between Atlantic and gulf ports.
Employment has been found for a
number of persons during the year.
Other organizations in the city, coun coun-.
. coun-. ty and state have been co-operated
with. Arrangements were made for
a temporary landing field for air airplanes
planes airplanes in the eastern part of the city
and many persons have as a result
enjoyed plane rides, both last year
and this. It is not possible, of course,
to recite the innumerable small serv services
ices services rendered during the course of the
year; services which it is the business
of no other organization in the city or
county to render.
Your secretary has answered 1200
letters during the year, not including
'form letters that have been written.
Of the letters answered 573 were In
reply to inquiries concerning Ocala
ana warion county, mis is a very
small number of inquiries. The towns
and counties in the state that are ad advertising
vertising advertising are getting as many and
more letters in one month than the
Marion County Board of Trade receiv
ed during the entire year.' And these
communities are not making any great
expenditure for advertising either.
The Tampa Tribune m an editorial
comment on the Marion County book
let very properly stated that a county
cr city getting out a booklet should
use advertising in order that the book
let might have the most effective dis
The Board of Trade during 1919 and
1920 has been inadequately financed.
This, necessarily, has placed a limita
tion on the activities of the organiza
tion.. During the last three months
the income of the organization has not
. permitted the employment of a steno
grapher, and one result has been
among others, that many persons
have called at the Board of Trade
hall for information, rooms or other
purposes only to find that the secre-
articles in thei"88 n0 been due to non-payment of
misrepresenting Mues- What co-operation will accom- j
prsh was amply demonstrated in the
campaign for county bonds, especially
on election day. Twenty meetings of
the board of governors were held dur- J
ing the year. j
A statement of the finances of the
organization is attached. Comment (
on this has already been made.
Your secretary is of the opinion that
the next five years will see the great-!
est development that Ocala and Mar-
ion county have ever seen, if every-j
thing possible is' done to take advan-;
tage oi opportunity and to give mo-'
mentum to the progress
two vears. Resnectfullv. .Price
J. D. DAWKINS
ALL KINDS OF
FRESH MEATS, FISH
TUESDAY and FRIDAY
111 W. Broadway
1920 Dodge light delivery truck;
of the last run five months; 90-day guarantee.
Louis H. Chazal, Sec'y. Spencer-Pedrick Motor Co.
Dublin, Ya. Miss Mary Alice
Hagliett residing on Route 2, near
here, recently told a visitor of nor
interesting experience with Cardul.
Miss Hughett said: "I had been suf suffering
fering suffering for some time with painful .
I was pale, didn't feel like goiD?.
Would just drag around, and couldn't
rest to do any good. I would suffer
once a month with my back. Bideb
and head. My limbs would ache and
I didn't know what to do, but I knew
I must do something, for I didn't ge'
I. well by letting it run on.
"My mother is a believer in Cardu
for she 6aw what It did for others a&
well as herself, so she began giving
it to me.
"It wasn't long before I saw a
change. It was just what I needed.
It regulated me. I began to eat and
sleep, and the pain stopped.
"Cardui is without doubt the best
female tonic made, and I am glad i
can recommend it to others."
If suffering-with symptoms such &z
Miss Hughett mentions, or other ail ail-aients
aients ail-aients p3culiar to women, why not b? b?-;in
;in b?-;in Cardul at once? Its merit is well
established by successful use for mors
than 40 years.
Your druggist sells it. NC-13S
810,000 Tent Theatre
OPPOSITE OLD HOSPITAL
BERT MELVILLE AND COMPANY
America's Besf Dramatic Company will preseut High-Class Royalty Plays
Change of Program Each Day
MONDAY NIGHT WILL PRESENT
WHEN DREAMS COME TRUE"
FOUR ACT DRAMA
Five Vaudeville Specialties Five
Admission 40c and 25c, Including War Tax
One Lady Will Be Admitted Free With
Each Adult Ticket Monday Night
TENT COMFORTABLY HEATED
Seafood, always to be had fresh at j If you are not using Federal bread,
ity FISH Market, 9 Ft. King Ave. tf ssk your neighbor how she lives it.
then give it a trial. 19-Ct
Don't fail to visit the Guarantee
Clothing & Shoe Company,
thing we sell is guaranteed.
' Prompt service
and fair prices"
Cook's Market and Groc-
fighting for QUALITY not prices, tf !ery. Phone 243
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
The Palmetto Hotel, on
N. Magnolia Street north of
S. A. L. R. R. track, together with
twelve building lots, will be sold at
auction on the above date. This
property is splendidly located, with
the railroad on one side and streets
on the other three, just across from
the proposed Union Station Termi Terminal
nal Terminal Plaza which is to be beautified
at once. Some of the lots are suit suitable
able suitable for residences and others for
warehouses with shipping facilities.
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if r 1! : II H n iTT- I
lliie.!?jju 4t,aL.i-i iriirr
Sale begins at 2:30 P. M.
The Palmetto Hotel is a
22-room house, and known
formerly as the Allred Hotel. It
faces the Dixie Highway, the most
extensively traveled route into and
out of the city, and the recent
opening of North Main street into
the Terminal Plaza makes it easily
accessible from all directions. The
other lots are equally desirable as
the building trehd is northward
and each one is bound to increase
in yalue with the city's growth.
Warranty Deeds Will be Giyen on Every Lot and the Terms are Easy, Being 25 Per
Cent Cash, Balance in One, Two and Three Years, with 8 Per Cent Interest. The
Highest Bidder Gets the Property. See It Before the Sale and be on Hand.
FREE BAND CONCERTS AND DOLLAR BILLS FREE
FRANK W. DITTO Real Estate OCALA, FLORIDA
Sale Under Personal Direction of Felton Realty Auction Company, Atlanta, Ga.
OCA LA- EVENING STAB. SATURDAY, JANUAfiY 29, 1S21
If you have any
phone to five-one.
Mr. and Sirs- St. John of Kenosha,
are visiting at the home of their
daughter, Mrs. A. C. Brice.
Arch Osteen, who killed his wife! A smile costs nothing; greet your
pear Chiefiand last Sunday, is yet at neighbor with one often and sho-v
large, and as he is in a difficult coun-) our neighborly interest, by telling
try populated mostly with friends and jthem that FEDERAL bread is the
relatives, he i3 not likely to be captur- jbest made. 19-bt
ed soon. f
' I Tn cmarA o rro in c tiTAa htA Tia
Delicate toilet waters that miiady infections make a practice of using aj
will find pleasing and fragrant at the daily gargle. Get an atomizer at the
Ccurt Pharmacy. 19 St Court Pharmacy. 19-6t
bage and celery at the Fort King Confectionery-
Circle No,. 2 of the Methodist Mis Missionary
sionary Missionary Society will entertain circles
Don't fail to visit the Guarantee After a pleasant six weeks visit at'
Nothing & Shoe Company. Every- the home of their daughter, Mrs.!
: OTin-nm ftwl IVa'rA i 17 Jr1 TT 1 I T 1
sen 1a guaiann f r rt-ier it fc. nuc&er, ana lamuy, wr. anu
.ghting for QUALITY not prices, tf i Mrs. J. L. Montgomery and mother,!
iMrs. Granville Watkins of Elizabeth-
Mr. Alfred Green arrived in Ocala 'town, Ky., left yesterday afternoon!
Nos. 1 and 3 at a silver tea next Mon-(yesterday from his home at Daytona,;fCr their home.
I 1 iL 1 X
cay afternoon, Jan. 31st, at the resi- to spena a iew aays wun nis parens,
dence of Mrs. T. M. Moore at 3:30 Mr- and Mrs- r5en ana jam
Wade Robinson, colored, living be between
tween between Blitchton and Martel, and try trying
ing trying to make moonshine his means of
livelihood, was hauled in today by
You will be more than delighted
when you try a box of our delicious
Log Cabin Candy, and our Martha
Washington Candy. THE VOGUE is
at your service. Phone 580 or 558 for
quick delivery of our QUALITY ICE
Fresh oysters and full line of fresh
vegetables and fruits, at all times.
Cook's Market and Grocery. Phone
Have your old mirror 3 re-silvered.
Wt do it promptly and at reasonable
Plages. All work guaranteed. Ocala
Aiirror "and Plating Works, Walter
Yonge, proprietor. Phone 504. 17-tf
lly. Mr. Green has a mena, air.
Ernest Green of Daytona as his guest.
Don't fail to visit the Guarantee
Cclhir.g & Shoe Company. Every Everything
thing Everything we sell is guaranteed. We're
fihting for QUALITY not price?, tf
Federal bread aiways has thit
gcod old home-made taste. Try our
cifinamon rolls, too. 19-0t
Just received sea bass weighing
fiom three to twelve pounds, for bak baking
ing baking purposes. City Fish Market,
rhone 158. 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
I Mrs. J. N. Bryan Jr. of Tampa ar arrived
rived arrived in the city yesterday for a visit
(with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. W
BOARD AND ROOM To be found jSlripling. Mr. Bryan arrived this
with private family. See Mrs. Frank iafternoonor a week-end visit and he
Broderick, 22 N. Sanchez street, orjard his wife accompanied the O. H. S.
phone U6. 29-34 basket ball team to Gainesville this
The remains of Mr. Bradford Whit Whitman
man Whitman will not leave the city for some
days, pending advice from relatives in
the north setting the date and time
for his interment. Any friends from
Eastlake and elsewhere who wish to
see him can do so by calling at the
funeral parlors of George MacKay & ;
:C. Cecil Bryant;
Accounting and Auditing
LAST DAY OF OUR
MONDAY, JANUARY 31
SEA ISLAND UNBLEACHED
Sea Island Unbleached Sheeting
36 inches wide, special
10 yards for $1.00
27 inch Dtess Ginghams,, was 35
cents a yard
5 yards -for $1.00-
36 inch bleaching, good-heavy
quality, was 30 cents a yard
6 yards for $1.00
CAMBRICS arid PERCALES
Lot of cambrics and peicales,
suitable tor shirts, boys blouses
house dresses and bungalow
aprons, sold recently up to 65
cents a yard
3 yards for $1.00
1 lot of camisoles, values to $2.50
V ODDS and ENDS
One lot of odds and ends, poplins
linerres Jap silks, sold for 50
cents a yard
5 yards for $1.00
One lot cotton plaid skirtings
regular 75 cent value
2 yards for $1.00 r
One lot cotton poplins, 50c value
4 yards for $1.00
flowered Kimona Crepe, 85 cent
2 yards for $1.00
Flowered voiles, 50 and 65 cents
3 yards for $1.00
UNTRIMMED WINTER HATS
One lot untrimmed winter hats,
values to $4.50
Cotton serge, 36 inches wide,
brown, navy, black and green,
50 cents a yard value
3 yards for $1.00
PA JAMA CHECKS
36 inch Pajama checks, 35 cents
5 yards for 81.00
SILK and COTTON CREPE
One lot of fancy silk and cotton
crepe dress goods, sold up to
$1.75 per yard
2 yards for $1.00
Remember, Monday is the last day ol this great bargain event
"THE FASHION CENTER"
One of the most enjoyable affairs of
the season was the auction party yes yesterday
terday yesterday which Mrs. Anna M. Holder
gave at her home on Fort King ave avenue,
nue, avenue, entertaining fifty or more of her
Mrs. Holder's elegant home, which
ia most adaptable for large entertain entertainments,
ments, entertainments, was thrown open on all three
floors to the jguests, and everywhere
there was a profusion of pink and
white roses, which added warmth and
coziness to the rooms. I
At the front door Mrs. Holder with
Mrs. M. C Barker of Moundsvflle, W.
Va., and Mrs. Edmund Martin, one of
the season's brides, met the guests as
they arrived and after receiving cor cordial
dial cordial greetings from these three mat
rons, Mrs. W. VN. Hamss invited the
guests into the parlor, through'' the
dining room and into the main hall,
where they were met by Mrs. E. i.
Crook, who escorted them to the punch
bowl, where they were refreshed with
scut orange punch. The punch table
was artistically ornamented with
quantities of sweet peas and plumosa
fern, and was presided over by Mrs.
E. G. Peek.
Then the euests proceeded to the
second floor, where Mrs. Charles!
Rheinauer invited them into one of the
boudoir rooms to remove their coats,
after which they were shown to the
third floor, where, at the door to the
billiard room Mrs.E. L. Carney had
a pleasant word of greeting for each.
Here they were entertained until the
arrival of all and then Mrs. Holder,
the ladies receiving with her and
others assisting joined them for the
games of auction and rook.
Hand-painted pink tally cards in
the shape of roses were presented to
each one to find their places at the
tables. .Ten tables of progressive auc
tion and one of rook formed and for
several hours these ga,mes were en
Mrs. M. W. Lloyd secured the high
score among the auction players and
was rewarded with several pairs of
silk stockings. A similar prize fell
to Mrs. Walter Hood for making high
score at the rook table. A second
prize, a handsome auction set, was
won by Mrs. Edmund Martin. Every
one cut for the consolation trophy and
Mrs. Paul Theus proved the fortune
winner of a large mahogany tray.
Mrs. J. D. Robertson had charge of
distributing the prizes.
Assisting Mrs. Holder in serving
refreshments were Mrs. E. L. Carney,
Mrs. Charles Rheinauer and Miss
Marian Dewey. The refreshments con consisted
sisted consisted of different kinds of cake, ice
cream and coffee. Individual bouquets
of sweet peas and fancy pink and
white miniature baskets containing
pink and white mints were on the
plate of each guest.
The following ladies were present:
Mrs. Walter Preer, Mrs. William,;
Hocker, Mrs. E. L. Carney, Mrs. H. F. j
Watt,. Mrs. Harry Walters, Mrs. E. G.l
Peek, Mrs. Harry Borland, Mrs. M. C.
Barker, Mrs. J. II. Dickson, Mrs. L. J. ;
i Knight, Mrs. J. R. Dewey. Mrs. Welsh i
Wheeler, Mrs. J. D. Robertson, Mrs. i
T. P. Drake.. Mrs. W. W. Harris, Mrs. J
Edmund Martin. Mrs. W. T. Gary,;
Mrs. A. L. Ouaintance, Mrs. T. S.
Trantham, Mrs. W. J. Frink Mrs. H.
jw. Henry, Mrs. Howard Hitchings,
Mrs. Clarence Camp, Mrs. Edward
j Tucker, Mrs. M. W. Lloyd, Mrs. H. A.
Waterman, Mrs. E. J. Crook, Mrs.
Fied Hocker, Mrs: J. W. Dumas, Mrs.
Alison Wartmann, Mrs. B. F. Condon,
Mrs. Charles Rheinauer, Mrs. Leverett
Futch, Mrs. Paul Theus, Mrs. Walter
Hood, Mrs. Grider Perkins, Mrs. Ma Mamie
mie Mamie Hall, Mrs. R. S. Hall and Misses
Marian Dewey, Callie Gissendaner
Alice Sexton, Nettie Camp and her
visitors the Misses Goedecke, Nellie
Bain, Musie Bullock and Anne Swaim.
"ouk mm i"
We are striving to give the very best service that can possibly be given
to our customers and friends.
The officers of the Bank are anxious to talk over the conditions that con confront
front confront us, and help you to plan your finances, so as to make a success of your
Call on us when in need of advice or funds. We fully realize the import-
Jg ance of lending money, as well as accepting deposits. (
I THE OCALA NATIONAL BANK i
Resources More Than a Million.
TT :Oi rT.S .-r-. .-" .-T .-"T. T .-T". T f .-T. .-f"
It attracts those who are thoughtful
about the quality of the things
they use, but -who also keep a
careful eye on their spending and
Tb rajmtiM cooaogytion Im tmmimamllj low
Tb. tk. mil ia iiMinflj high
AUTO SALES CO.,
Oeala, i., M i Jii
Fop All Cars
GEO, J. WILLIAMS
Formerly Carroll Motor Company
Garage, Osceola St.
Phone 597 Night 408
WILLIAM A. TINS MAN
Estimates Given Free
Phone 526 Ocala. Fla.
PRACTICAL CARPENTER AN II
Careful estimates made on all co
tract ork. Gives more and better
work fi r the money than any other
contractor in the city.
Arrival and departure of passen-i
tra ns at OCALA UNION STATION
The following schedule figures pub published
lished published as information anl not guar guaranteed.
anteed. guaranteed. (Eastern Standard Time)
SEABOARD AIR LINE RAILROAD
Lea e Arrive
:15 am Jacksonville-NTork 2:10 am
Jacksonville 1:34 am
Jacksonville 4:15 pm
Tampa 2:10 am
Manatee- 4:17 pre
05 pm Tampa-St. Petrscrg 4:17 pm
ATLANTIC COAST LINE R. R R-Leave
Leave R-Leave Arrive
2:12 pm Jacksonville-NTfork 2:43 am
1:45 pm Jksonville-Gainsville 3:35 pm
6:42 am Jksonville-Gnesville 10:13 nm
2:45. am StPetsbrg-Lakeland 2:12 am
3:35 pm St-Petsbrg-Lakeland 1:25 pin
7:10 am Dunnellon-Wilcox
7:2-am Dune 11 on-Lke land 11:03 om
3:25 pm Bomosassa 1:30 pm
10:13pm Lees burg 6:42 am
4:45 pm Gainerville 11:50 an
Monday, Wednesday, Friday.
Tnesday. Thursday. Saturday.
WANTED, LOST. FOUND. FOR
SALE, FOR RENT AND SIM SIMILAR
ILAR SIMILAR LOCAL NEEDS
Rates: Six line, maximum, one time,
25c;, three times, 50c; six times 75c;
one month, 13. Payable ia advance.
Our Specialty Is
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
r.iAzow & co.
Between Ten Cent Store and Gerigs
:HERO-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-Cola Wood yard,
phone 167. 26-lra
FOR SALE We have a surplus of
fifty head of horses and mules for
sale. You can find stock suitable
for any purpose ly applying at the
stables. Anthony Farms, Anthony,
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 JSts.
. Phone 112. 1-19-lm
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. Write Cora Johnson, Ocala,
or call at home back of the fair
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
room) furnished apartment. Call
phone 39. 25-3t
LOST Driving gloves. Finder kind kindly
ly kindly advise O. M. Moore, care of the
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
BERMUDA ONION PLANTS $2.00
per 1000. cash with order. L. O.
Booher, Route A, Box 66. 24-12t
LOSTTuesday 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
FOR. SALE Indiana truck in good
condition; platform body with sides;
33x5 cord tires front and rear, near nearly
ly nearly new. P. O. Box 390, or phone No.
94, Ocala. 28-3t
FOR SALE Fine 10-acre home;
among beautiful lakes; citrus and
garden land; 5-room house, barn,
buggy and harness; horse, farm
tools and fruit on small grove.
Cheap and good terms. Box 5S,
Candler, Fla. 29-lt
FOUND Keys. Owner may have
same by identifying them and pay pay--
- pay-- ing for this ad. 29-lt
NURSE If you need a practical and
' experienced nurse, call for Mrs.
. Clara Gibson, 320 Daugherty street,
PAINTING Honorably discharged
soldier desires painting, of all de descriptions
scriptions descriptions and in any capacity, and
will furnish estimates free. All
work guaranteed first class and
reasonable .Address W. G. Cron Cron-milkr,
milkr, Cron-milkr, care the Star. 23-t
FOR SALE Oak and pine wood, cut
for fireplace and stove. Apply Main
Street Woodyard or phone 566. 12t
. Will the improvements at the union
depot plaza which have now been
greed upon enhance the value of the
Palmetto Hotel property and the other
kts which will be" sold Monday by
I nction. IH say they wQL
FRANK W. DITTO,
IS-2t Real Estate.
Winter's short days call
K-Jv .faation. As a result your
i .sjx. eyes are taxed rather
' severely. .'
DR. K. J. WEIHE,
Optometrist and Optician
; EyesijU f jNtcii-iit
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