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OCALA, FLORIDA. MONDAY, JANUARY 31, 1921.
LAND1S REVERSED THE PRESIDENT
A lEfll'S GRAVE
IS ALWAYS OPEI
IT SUPREME COURT
HAUL AT REEDSVfLLE
HOI1 TO SHOOT
MUD IIP THE
. EXPRESS ROBBERS
Oil THE SHOOT
Decision of the Highest Tribunal May
be Good Law bat It is Not Good
Washington, Jan. 31. The convic conviction
tion conviction of Victor L. Berger and four
other members of the socialist party,
for violation of the espionage act, was
reversed today by the supreme court,
on the ground that Judge Landis
should "not have heard the suit after
his eligibility had been attacked.
Those convicted with Berger were
Adolph Germer, national secretary of
the party; William F. Kruse, editor of
the Young Socialists' Magazine; J.
I AniB Anffnohl an1 I rurin Vr I Ahn
COURT IS DIVIDED
Berger and the four others were
sentenced to terms ranging from ten
to twenty years. The court divided,
six to three, on the dicision.
MRS. HARDING IS BUYING
HER WHITE HOUSE RAIMENT
31 r. Wilson Again Refuses to Relieve Set Fire to Commercial Bank Building
Eugene Debs from his Just
Washington, Jan. 31 President
Wilson today refused to commute the
ten-year sentence imposed upon Debs
for violation of the espionage act.
RECOMMENDATION WAS WRONG
Washington, Jan. 31 Commutation
of the sentence of Eugene V. Debs,
and Escaped with Over a Hun Hundred
dred Hundred Thousand Dollars
Washington, Jan. 31. The Com Commonwealth
monwealth Commonwealth National Bank at Reeds Reeds-ville,
ville, Reeds-ville, Va., was robbed of cash and se securities
curities securities totalling $119,000 and then
set on fire, according to reports to the
-The collector of customs at Reeds-
Detectives Shot Down in Battle
Bandits this Morning
effective February I2th, has been rec-. .
- j j r, txr-i,, u about 2:30 this morning and the rob-
om mended to President Wilson by the ,. ,
j ,qj bers are believed to have escaped in
department of justice, it was learned t mj-
. j wti tt r.v. ; an automobile. The building was de de-today
today de-today at the White House. Debs ism 6.
I . .stroyed. The valuables missing com-
the federal penitentiary at Atlanta.- . &
r j prise $100,000 in securities and the
LOOPHOLE PERMITS j balance in cash.
ENTRY OF FOREIGNERS CLARK'S PLAN FOR
A SHIP CANAL
(Associated Press) j
Galveston, Tex., Jan. 28. So manyj
Europeans have taken advantage of
Washington. Jan. 29. A snrvv nn
an alleged loophole in the American der direction of the 8ecretary of war
Seaman's Act,-local steamship agents for ft cana, fn)m Sound
assert, that a number of foreign t- AtUmti CAnhnaTYi fn iho TOrttl,
steamship operators are adopting the of the Mississi j river would be au
I""-""0" thorized under a bill introduced by
Detroit. Jan.- 31. Three detectives
were shot today by three bandiU who
held up the Morton Bond Company's
offices in the public square down town
this morning and escaped with $10,000
in liberty bonds. Two of the detec detectives
tives detectives will probably die.
GOV. PARKHURST OF MAINE
Augusta, Maine, Jan. 31. Governor
Parkhurst of Maine died today. The
governor failed to recover from the
effects of diphtheritic infection under
his tongue, which attacked him three
wteks ago. He apparently was im improving,
proving, improving, but last night toojc- a chill
and soon became unconscious.
THE FEE BILL LAW
Editor Star: I see in some of our
state DaDers there is Kpinc marfo in
Associated Press, precaution of bonding their sailors to o .... vj-ffnrt hv rn.mtv ffi;ia
New York, Jan. 31. Mrs. Harding ; complete round trip voyages to Amer- pOTWOOT,af; rio,v chanter 7Wi nf th iaa, nf mA-
u here today to purchase her White j ira. J Florida, and reported favorably yes-declared unconstitutional. Chapter
here she will : join Mr. Harding in
WARREN KEALOHA BOSS
SWIMMER OF THE WORLD
The local agents declare that de- terday by the Houge committee ou7334, the graduated fee bill, passed by
railways and canals. An appropriation
of $50,000 would be made for the sur
The project contemplates the build-
.Adelaide, Australia, Jan. 31. War Warren
ren Warren Kealoha, the Hawaiian swimming
star, broke the world's record for the but to free him.
100-metre event here today, making
the distance in 524 seconds.
serters from vessels flying foreign
flags are beyond the reach of the
United States immigration authori
ties.. If the sailor, upon being taken
into custody by those authorities, ing of a gea ,evel cnal frQm M
states tnat ne mteno. xo sau on tne bntfc- across G Ja an(J Florida
"first available ship, the immigration gt George.8 sound on the Gulf of Mex.
officers have no- alternative, under southwest of Tallahassee. Fla.
t p4Wy.u 1C "" Froin St. George's sound the existing
WE HAVE IT EVERY
London, Jan. 31 Fifty-five cases of
sleeping sickness were reported in
London the last four weeks.
A GOOD MEETING
' SATURDAY AFTERNOON
A comfortably filled courtroom .met
Messrs. Hunter and Mayo Saturday
afternoon. The citizens were repre representative
sentative representative and from all parts of the
Then, although an
natiTral inland waterway would ""be
the 1917 legislature, to go into effect
Jan. 1, 1921, is not liked by many of
our county officials. This law says:
"The pay of all county officials
shall be fixed on the net income of
such office, not to exceed $1800, 60 per
cent of the next $1000 or any fraction
thereof; 40 per cent of the next $2000
or any fraction thereof; 20 per cent
of the next $2000 or any fraction
Jack Embry and A. Wade, After a
Long Chase,' Landed Money Order
Thieves in Jail
Some excitement was caused here
yesterday when two well-dressed
white men, handcuffed" to each other,
were brought in on one of the south southbound
bound southbound trains and lodged in jaiL
The men were C. H. Lovelies and
Ralph Hughes from Chicago. It is
charged that they have been traveling
over the country, buying small money
orders from the American Express
Company and raising the amounts.
Seme nights ago, they broke into the
express office at Belleview and car carried
ried carried off a bunch of blank orders.
There being a pretty good idea by
this time of who they were4 Jack Em Embry
bry Embry and A. Wade, two of the com
pany's special agents were sent on"i
their trail and intercepted them at
Eogalusa, from where they brought
them to Ocala. They had a hearing
before Judge Futch this morning,
pleaded guilty and were sent back to
jail in default of jfoOOO baiL
Jack Embry is -well known here,
having married Miss Frances Scott,
one of our city's bright young ladies,
several years ago. He makes his
home in Chattanooga. A funny. thng
about the incident is that it was re reported
ported reported that the prisoners were the
men who committed the robbery at
tampa the other day, and that Mr.
Embry was one of them.
American at Hampton Roads Follows
Example of the Jap at
Three of the Gallant Bojs Went late
Theirs at Providence, R. L,.
Associates press) (Asaocls.ti r..i
Washington, Jan. 31 A naval court Providence, R. L. Jan. 31. Three
of inquiry has been ordered to investi- firemen were killed and eighteen se se-gate
gate se-gate the shooting of Lieut. John C. riously injured when the wall of a
Taylor of Greenville; N. O, a naval Ibnilding on Mathewson street collapt collapt-rcedical
rcedical collapt-rcedical officer at the operating bascjed today during a fire. Two of the
iiampton Koads, a., by a sentry last injured are expected die.
nigni. in tne meantime Secretary
Daniels has asked for full reports, the
one he receieved merely stating the
oilicer was shot and killed after hei
failed to hault when challenged by the
TRIAL OF MEMBERS OF
ALABAMA STATE TROOPS
MRS. WITHERELL FOUND
attempts maae to Keep tne sanor un- uged the rtnern ed of the thereof; 10 per cent of the rest and
ucr survcmaiitC cue. ucaci tci
county. All the public matters of in- aTm agors to tne unitea states,
terest to our people and that are likely Emigration authorities here received
to come before the legislature were!strict orders to be on the lookout for
discussed and most of them were arjy of these undesirables.
agreed upon. The meeting was of j
much inteerst and its good effect will Column books two to 24 columns at
be felt when the legislature meets. iTHE BOOK SHOP. 31-3t
quently manages to make good his fcay and thro h Lakeg g and
escape to some interior city jPont Chartrain to the Missigsip j
By taking advantage of this breach riyer at New 0r,eans
in the governmental wall designed to The proposed canal would be 265
keep out undesiraWes, local steamship miles fa but uge rf existin
agents declare, riffraff from Russia r,avibe rivers it estimated that
Germany and many other countries of more than 15Q mileg haye to
Europe in which economic pressure L excavated Such a waterwayi it
xr ir ixxrctk oorim o tan ivniilH aovta A Q7 vmITas
between New Orleans and New" York
and 412 miles from New Orleans to
Liverpool. Under provision of the bill
the secretary of war would be requir
ed td report" to Congress on the cost
of constructing a sea level ship canal
of such dimensions as to accommo-
date the largest, sea going vessels and
ders, finds comparatively little difficul
ty in getting into the United States.
Several months ago, acting upon
Moscow advices to the effect that the
soviet government intended to send
"twenty-fiye thousand missionaries
Net fees Hillsboro county officials:
Clerk of the court $ 18,583.26
also a lock canal of the same size and Sneriff '. 12,690.98
"Prompt service and fair prices'
If you are not using Federal bread,
cur motto. Cook's Market and Groc-'gsk your neighbor how she lives it,
ery. Phone 243. 7-tf then give it a trial. 19-6t
a barg canal of such dimensions as to
accommodate the largest barges being
used for the carrying of, freight on
any waters of the United States.
"The many advantages of such a
canal are easily apparent," the com
mittee said in its report to the, House.
Paris for 1921!
A COIFFURE to match a
gown! A hat to suit a -shoe!
A pockctbook in keep keeping
ing keeping with a glove! That is the
fashion keynote f r 1921.
The February Spring Forecast
number of Harper's Bazar lias
specialized in even the small smallest
est smallest detail of lovely woman's
Spring apparel. It anticipates
The Newest Coiffure
The Latest Shoe
The Perfect Coat Frock
The Exact Hat to Match
The Spring Cape
The Foulard Gown It Covers
The Youthfully Bouffant Dancing
TheRegally Clinging Evening
The New Summer Materials
The Latest Version of the Gilet
The Season's Color Combinations
FEBRUARY SPRING FORECAST
K0J7 ON SALE
Sn-; THE BOOK
The following figures taken from
the report of the state comptroller for
1919, gives the reasons why our coun county
ty county officials do not like this bill and
wish it destroyed:
Net fees Duval county officials:
Clerk of the court .$ 10,813.01
County judge 11,028.12
Los Angeles, Jan. 31 Mrs. Gladys
Witherell, who disappeared from her
heme Tuesday, was found today a
prisoner in a house on a ranch 70
miles from here, Two men have been
Tax collector ......
Clerk of county court
SOUTH FLORIDA FAIR
OPENS NEXT THURSDAY
Tax collector 12,601.69
Tax assessor 15.436-.53
County judge 9,306.20
The total net income of these
twelve officials in 1919 was $170,610, $170,610,-451,
451, $170,610,-451, or $9000 more than the state's
bill of all jurors and witness costs;
$41,000 more than the salaries of our
judicial department: $52,000 more
than the total cost of the executive de
partment and salaries of all clerks of
administrative department; $85,000
more than the cost of the 1919 legis legislature;
lature; legislature; as much as the pay" for two
two senators and the
four congressmen, the five supreme
judges, the three railway commission commissioners
ers commissioners v and our governor; one-sixth the
state pension costs for the same year,
If this chaDter is enforced the tax
assessor of Duval county would re
eeive out of the $37,000 net income
about $7000; the clerk of the court in
Tampa, Jan. 31. With low rates of
fered by the railroad and steamboat
lines from all parts of Florida, with
the county and individual product ex exhibits
hibits exhibits trebled over those of former
fairs, with exhibits from Mexico andyyears of our
Canada added to these, with fifteen
high class free acts offered each aft
ernoon and evening, and with Tam
pans better prepared to entertain
their guests than ever before, the an annual
nual annual South Florida Fair and Gas Gas-parilla
parilla Gas-parilla Carnival opens in Tampa,
Thursday, Feb. 3, and continues thru
Saturday of the following week, of- Hillsborough county whose net fees
' J 3 1 J 1 A. A. a AAA 1 J A.
itrnng nine uays 01 norma aeveiop-iwere reporvea ai $io,vvv, wouiu retain
ment advertising and royal entertain- tut about $4800
r.ient. Instead of beine merely a I truly believe that each county ot-
South Florida fair the fair is one of .ficer' who received the nomination,
state-wide scope, as ully three- who took the oath of office, knew of
fourths of the counties of Florida are 'the change made in our fee system
represented in some departments. The -laws, and who within 15 days after
increased exhibits has necessitated the taking his office made efforts to have
erection of several new buildings in including
cluding including one for, the Mexican exhibit.
his salary changed-, is unworthy to be
the servant of the people, and as
The ticket sales dates named by the resignations are now in order, now is
railroads, with final limit to Sunday,, a good time for all such to resign. Our
Feb. 13, are as follows: governor knows how to appoint good
From Palatka, Ocala, Newberry and 'men to office. Resign.
HARDING HAS BECOME
A PISCATORIAL HERMIT
Cut Off from All the World, he
Fishing at Coco Lobo Key
Hamilton, Ala., Jan. 31. The trial
of Sergeant Robert Lancaster, one of
thtf nine members of the Alabama Na National
tional National Guard indicted in connection
with the lynching of William Baird,
a miner, was set to begin here today.
Lach man will be given a separate
trial, the state's attorney having de
cided against a group trial.
I LORIDA WOODMEN MEET IN
TAMPA INSTEAD OF DELAND
Lake City, Jan. 31 The head camp,
jurisdiction of Florida, Woodmen of
the World, will convene in the city of
Tampa on Tuesday, March 22, 1921.
This meeting was originally planned
for DeLand, but on account of the
time of meeting coming
heavy tourist esason, the hotel accom
modations in that city were insuffi-
A BAND OF HEROES
Trapped on the roof the company of
firemen were hurled into the fiery pit
when the wall collapsed. Firemen in
the street were showered with bluing
beams and debris but rushed into the
ruins and brought out the living and
dead. The damage is estimated at
Little Robert Wilbur Pons, son of
Mr. and Mrs. Robt. W. Pons, of Oak,
died this morning at 7:80 in this city.
The remains will be shipped to Orange
Heights via the Seaboard at 2 o'clock
this afternoon, and the funeral will
take place tomorrow afternoon at 3
o'clock. The many friends of Mr. and
Mrs. Pons deeply sympathize with
them in the loss of their little boy.
Sam R. Pyles & Co. have charge of
the funeral arrangements.
JOHHNY MOORE'S CAFE
cient to take care of the convention.
and the head camp officers, upon. in invitation
vitation invitation of the Woodmen of Tampa,
decided to meet there. Head Clerk
W. J. Roebuck of LakeXity, is now
busy notifying the camps throughout
the state of the change in place of
The many friends of John T. Moore
throughout Florida, and especially la
Ocala. his home for most of hi life.
during the jw;n be glad to know that he is now In
the business of feeding and refreshing
the public in Tampa, where he la
Miami,' Jan. 31. Mr. Harding be-
gan a two days nsmng expedition
among the Florida keys today with
his headquarters at Coco Lobo island,
forty miles south of -here. There is
no means of communication between
the island and the rest of the world
except by boat.
Our box candies are bound to please
anyone. Norria and Crown Log Cabin
rolls. The Court Pharmacy. 19-6t
TO EXIST IN FLORIDA
operating the best cafe, cold drink and
cigar business in the city, located in
the heart of Tampa at 806 Franklin
street. There are other places in the
city of Tampa to eat, drink and smoke,
but none quite as good as that of
"Johnny," as his friends call Mr.
Moore.. Ocala people especially are
cordially invited to call on Mr. Moore
when in Tampa.
Pal pencils $1 at the Book Shop. 3t
points outh, Feb. 4, 5, 7, 9, 10 and 11.
From points north of these stations,
Feb. 3, 6, 7, 8. 9 and 11.
The following special days of the
fair period have been designated:
Thursday, "Tourist Day."
Friday, "School Day." An children
of Florida will be admitted free.
Saturday, "Farmers Day." Demon
stration of agricultural machinery will
oe a special feature.
Monday, "Gasparilla Day." Featur
ing arrival of Ye Mystic Krewe of
Gssparilla, Rotary-press breakfast at
Tampa Bay hotel, canoe races and wa water
ter water carnival by Rollins College.
Tuesday, "Governor's Day." Gov.
Cary Hardee will attend.
Wednesday, "Tampa Day."
Thursday, "Shriner's Day." Featur Featuring
ing Featuring monster parade of Nobles of the
Friday, "Mexico Day."
Saturday, "Everybody's Day."
L. S. Light.
Her Ocala friends are glad to see
Mrs. 'W. K. Lane home again. Mrs.
Lane, while on a visit to her old home
in Trenton, N. J., a few months ago,
was the victim of an auto accident.
which delayed her return to Ocala un
til she entirely recovered.
The following visitors and shoppers
were noted on the stretts Saturday:
Mr. and Mrs. Carson'. Bradford, son
ar.d daughter, Oklawaha; Mrs. C J.
Lusk, Eastlake; Mr. D. H. Pettys, Mc-
In the program of diversifying in
dustries Florida has for many years
been in the lead of other Southern
states, and as a consequence toady
this state is less affected by the so-
called depression than any other state
in the Union, barring none. Compiled
statistics substantiate the statement.
Florida's welfare does not depend
upon one market; it extends to various
markets and this fact explains the
"business as usual" spirit which is be-
in;? manifested in all quarters at the
present time.- With the majority of
other slates it is different. A number
of Southern states have now taken up
the business of diversified industries
in earnest and they are laboring under
the realization that it is the solution
to the problems confronting the na nation,
tion, nation, particularly those relating to
From an agricultural, standpoint,
Florida surpasses all the Southern
states in diversification. The crops are
proportioned and follow each other in
rapid succession. Hope is not pinned
to a single commodity. To adopt a
single "crop when others can' be raised
just as easily sometimes brings about
a condition which involves many dan dangerous
gerous dangerous possibilities, the greater por portion
tion portion of which are unnecessary., Geor Georgia
gia Georgia is an example of this. For many
years our neighbor on the north has
dealt in cotton, thought in cotton, lived
in cotton. The soil and climate is
adaptable to other crops just as valu valuable,
able, valuable, but it has been difficult to break
away from the old custom and now
Georgia is making all sorts of resolu
tions. The danger is that they will
be forgotten as soon as the price of
The farmers of
the west are facing the same situa situation
tion situation in wheat raising. However, Geor
gia can diversify much more than any
of the western states.
And the happy part of it all is that
Florida has hardly scratched the sur
face. On every hand unlimited wealth
FINAL EXTRA VOTE OFFER
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Subscription Turned In Before The
Close Of This Offer. Contestants Still
Working Hard. v
TOE CANDIDATES IX ALPHABETICAL ORDER
Ji.mes Leslie, Bushnell; Mr. C. P.
Dustin, Belleview; Mr. Robert T.
Blocker, Jacksonville, and Mr. L. S.
Ttnck 1r T fl Hi1r SiiminarfisM
Mr. Wesley E. Floyd, Wild wood; Mr. i iur
rfw crops are oerag grouuatijr wkiv wkiv-duced,
duced, wkiv-duced, new manufacturing plants are
opening up, the finger of progress is
digging itself into the bowels of the
richest state potentially in the United
Mr. Lewis Yonce has an uptodate .States and never before did the state
peanut roaster in his fruit and cold face a future -quite so rosy with pros pros-drink
drink pros-drink stand, and the savory odors it j pects. The sub-normal condition in
gives forth tempt many people going other states has impressed the nor-
Our new stock of BLANK BOOKS j that way to invest in the perennially f malcy of this one. Jacksonville Me Me-has
has Me-has arrived. THE BOOK SHOP. 31-3tiref reshing nutT trt polis.
Mrs. Ed. (O-Carmichael ..Ocala
Mrs. A. R. Douglas Shady
Miss Mamie Fant Iivine
Miss Ethel Freeman ............Belleview ...
Miss Llessie Freyermuth ..Ocala
Mrs. W. H. Hoffman .iDunnellon ..
Miss Eftelle Howell .Oak
Miss Maude Keefe .Ocala
Mrs. N. H. Lanier Morriston. .
Mrs. Howard Lee Eastlake .
Ms "Katherine Leitner Ocala
Miss Ada Fore Marsh Lacota
Mrs. Walter Marsh Ocala ......
Miss Edna Norsworthy Mcintosh ...
Miss Louise Spencer .....Ocala
Miss Yvonne Seckinger Martel
The final extra vote offer to be al
lowed in the Star's big subscription
drive which has been in progress for
the past three weeks will close at the
close of business for the day on next
Wednesday, February 2nd. After this
date no extra votes at all will be al allowed
lowed allowed nothing but the original sched schedule
ule schedule of votes being in effect. It is
easily seen just how important this
jieriod is when it 1s taken into consid consideration
eration consideration that each subscription turned
in before the close of this offer, count
as many votes as two subscriptions
turned in during the latter periods.
For instance, a one-year subscription
which counts 10.000 votes now, is only
worth 5000 votes after Wednesday.
Candidates Still Working nard
Most of the candidates nominated
are, still working hard for the val valuable
uable valuable prizes and the race promises to
be exceedingly close. Some few of
the candidates have failed to take ad advantage
vantage advantage of the time aHoted them and
have become outdistanced and with
drawn from the race. One of the
rules of the campaign is that each.
candidate mus t re port once weekly
and when they fail to do this they are
automatically dropped from the list.
As yet none of the names have been
left off the list of candidates but all
candidates who expect to finish the
campaign are warned to get their re
ports in not later than Wednesday.
Reports Must be Mailed Wednesday
All candidate in the vicinity of
Ocala must bring their reports into
the office some time Wednesday in4
order to get extra votes issued. Out
of town contestants, however, have
uie privilege -ui. uuiuuig wjcix report
in any time Wednesday but the post postmark
mark postmark on the letters must bear the
date of February 2nd. This is very
important, as no extra "votes can be
issued on any report not bearing: this
postmark. Candidates who d net
thoroughly understand these r!ef
should get in a immediate tcurli
the campaign manager as no c
tions can be made to this rJ. : j.
OCALA EVENING STAB, MONDAY. JANUARY 1921
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It will cost you a thousand dollars
to make your own beer and the stuff
in't fit to drink anyhow.
Omigosh! Just suppose Eve had
lived in this day of shorter skirts!
"They'd have tripped her up.
The new Star Betelguese is two
hundred and fifty-six million miles in
diameter. It is one world that. has no
cranks darned enough fools to walk
Peeping thru the door of the Meth
odist church Sunday evening, the Star
man saw a familiar-looking person in
the pulpit. Thirty-five years ago, the
writer was a printer and Sam Small
newspaper man in Atlanta. Sam
was a nne reporter and an accom
lished writer. His prime failing
was that he could get on a most whale
of a drunk of any man in town. His
drunkenness was his' only .fault, for
there was not a better-hearted man m
Atlanta. His fame as a writer was
almost nation-wide, so it was a na
tional event when he "got religion1
and started in to be an evangelist. He
and the famous bam Jones ran in a
couple, and were dubbed as "The Two
Sams" by the press. Sam Jones had
also been a hard drinker, and his
reformation, he said, was the work of
his wife, who he overheard praying
for him one night when she thought
he was sleeping off a drunk. Sam
Jones was a man of stronger stuff
than Sam Small once converted, he
stuck. Sam Small fell from grace
several times, and was often de
rounced as a hypocrite by the "wet
element." However, he always came
back, and it is probable that no one
who really knew his trials in the
years he fought the appetite that was
always gnawing at him would be dis
nosed to sneer at him. Sam Small is
n old man and can look back on
life of struggle such as seldom falls
to the lot of -a human. He is proving
a great power for good, and when he
crosses over he will find a great hos
whom his words have helped through
. With due deference to the Tarpon
Springs Leader, we doubt if women
are any worse gossips than men.
runs in the race. Lakeland Telegranl
A neck and neck race?
Gov. Hardee has restored R. E. L.
Chancey to his position as solicitor of
the court of record of Hillsborough
county. This throws our young friend
E. P.. Martin, out of a job.
Who will wash dishes for the next
generation ? Leesburg Commercial
Enough trouble to find somebody to
wash them for this generation with
out. worrying about the next.
More and bigger falsehoods are told
by men who propose to do good by
telling them than by any other class
of men. Times-Union.
The T.-U. rang the bell that time.
Three million, four hundred and
seventy-three thousand, four hundred
and sixty-six persons more than
three per cent of our population, have
lost their jobs in the last few months
O, well, if that anti-spittoon league
- takes our real "chaw" and "smoke
awaywe can go back to "rabbit to
bacco." -Tampa Tribune.
We doubt there is enough "rabbit
tobacco" in Florida to last the state
Watch out for burglars. Keep your
doors locked when you go out in the
afternoon, and leave the house empty.
Most of the stealing is done during
the absence of the family from home
St. Petersburg Independent..
This advice is as good for Ocala as
for St. Petersburg.
The Gainesville Sun opposes the
creation of another judicial circuit.
We have seventeen circuits already
and the Sun thinks that is enough
We are willing to have wise old Co
Davis express our opinion on this
subject. He is an expert on courts
The Tampa Times says the school school-kids
kids school-kids in that town talk naughty at
their teachers, and the probation offi officer
cer officer is worried and may have to ask
the courts to send the said kids to
Marianna. Some old-fashioned hick hickory
ory hickory bark tea generously administered
is what those kids need.
NOW, LETS HEAR
1 -j jhe Ocala high school girls basket
. (St. Augustine Record) jtall team, which went to Gainesville
A minister who appealed to the 'Saturday evening, to play the Gaines-
girls of his congregation to provide a ville team, was defeated 48 to 9. Our
set of commandments for young men 'girls put up a game fight, but lost,
submits the following decalogue, com-1 and like the good little sports they
piled from the contributions received: are made no excuses. They were out-
Thou shalt not be a tea hound nor
a lounge lizard.
Thou shalt not fritter away the best
years of thy life in foolishness.
Thou shalt not have any graven
images of actresses, movie stars nor
former sweethearts in thy possession;
thou shalt not bow down thyself be
Remember the engagement ring to
jeep it holy.
Thou shalt not be a quitter.
Thou shalt not break a girl's heart
because someone has broken thine.
Thou shalt not sow wild oats.
Thou shalt not be a weak sister.
Thou shalt not wear soiled collars
Thou shalt not be ashamed to pray.
Not bad at all, is it? Now let the
young men provide an appropriate
decalogue for the girls, and let both
sides adhere to the rules, and court courtship
ship courtship and marriage will be well on the
road to reconstruction.
But we do bank on Canada. Eng
land knows that this country could
take that imperial dominion if she
started a war. She knows we hold
Canada as a hostage for her good be
As a hostage, Canada would be
about as comfortable to hold as
porcupine. In the great war, Canada
put about 750,000 men in the field-
about ten per cent of its population
The United States about five per cent
The only part of Canada that the
United States would find worth much
would be that north of the St. Law
rence river and the great lakes, and
that the Canadians could probably
hold until reinforcements arrived
Canada is not, a hostage for Great
Britain. Rather a foothold: American
papers should stop talking that sort
of stuff. It will give the people o
this country a great shock in case
war should take place.
Congressman Clark's proposition for
a ship canal across northern Florida
and southern Georgia from Cumber
land sound to St. George's sound, is
in the Star's opinion the only practica
plan for a Florida ship canal yet sub
mitted. We could use some barge and
steamboat canals on the Oklawaha
and Caloosahatchee, but we don't be
lieve any sensible engineer would rec
ommend a ship canal by either
Chairman Kahn of the House mili
tary committee, supported by a large
number of representatives, is going t
make a fight against reducing the
army to less than 175,000 men. These
gentlemen seem to have learned some
thing from the lessons of the las
seven years, which is more than
number of their colleagues can say.
What has become of that federal
. judge who was going to put Adjutant
General Harris of the army in jail for
contempt because said general would
not reveal certain private affairs that
a selected man told under promise of
secrecy to his draft board ? Certain it
is that Gen. Harris isn't in jail.
! GAINESVILLE DEFEATED OCALA
FROM "THE YOUNG MEN!
LOOK HERE, LAWYERS
Jacksonville held a mass meeting
and protested against acts of violence
which have taken place there during
the past month. Speakers claimed that
the- acts showed no respect for the
courts. That is the whole trouble.
The courts are made up, as a rule,
of lawyers who have succeeded in
politics but have not made a success
at the law men who can make more
money on the bench than before the
The whole trouble' is brought about
by lawyers. First, there are too many
of them; they are half-starved and
flock around any savory case like buz
zards around a carcass, seeking, not
to see that justice is done and the law
vindicated, but that enough is made
out of the case to keep the wolf from
the door until another case is found.
There are at least fifty lawyers in
Jacksonville, practically all members
of the "Bar Association," that the
News would not trust with a dog case
nor with the collection of a petty ac account.
count. account. They collect funds for clients
and never turn in the funds; they take
cases and compromise them among
themselves and let their clients lose
in either event; they exact pay in ad advance
vance advance and steal the amounts due the
newspapers for publication fees. And
they are protected by their own "Bar
What is said of Jacksonville applies
to every" large and some small towns
in the state. The lawyers should be begin
gin begin cleaning out their own yards be before
fore before they attempt to clean the state.
There are some just judges in Florida,
whose courts have 'the respect of the
people and whose judges are among
our most distinguished jurists. But
they can be numbered on the fingers
cf one' hand.
The people of Florida will never
have respect for their courts and the
opinions of their courts, until the
courts are cleaned of dirty partisan
politics, and dirty partisan politi
c!assed, they say; and they had a fine
time, despite their defeat. The fol following
lowing following description of the game is from
the Gainesville Sun:
The local high school girls basket
ball team wiped the Ocala aggrega aggregation
tion aggregation off the map last night, to the tune
of 48 to 9. These speedy lasses again
showed their ability and knowledge
of the game, the team worked like a
well oiled machine, and nearly floun floundered
dered floundered the Ocala players.
Lytle, the running center, starred
I lor Ocala. To mention the stars for
Gainesville would require listing the
whole team. Every girl played for
the team, and good sportsmanship on
both sides was in evidence.
The line-ups were as follows:
Ocala: Close, Wilkes, forwards; Bul Bul-lcck,
lcck, Bul-lcck, Home, jumping centers; Lytle
runine center: Bullock, Dozier and
MacKay and Dozier, guards.
Gainesville: M. Baker, Chancey, for
wards;. E. Baker, jumping center; Bui
lard, running center; Davis, Jones,
bubstitutes lor uainesville were:
Fowler for Davis and N. Baker for
This game added another wreath to
Gainesville's glory and puts them one
step further towards the champion
fhip of Florida. Stetson seems to have
been the only real rival that they have
had, but some of the hardest games
are ahead of them and they need the
support of everyone in Gainesville.
Have your old mirrors re-silvered.
Wt do it promptly and at reasonable
pnees. All work guaranteed. Ocala
Aiirror and Plating Works, Walter
Yonge, proprietor. Phone 504. 17-tf
-- Dr. Charles Watson Moremen,
' Commercial Bank Building, Ocala,
Fla. Office phone 211; residence
phone 298. 7-tf
The News has every respect for any
and every person's religion, whether
he is a professed Jew or Gentile, Prot
estant or Catholic, Schristian scientist
or spiritualist. There is entirely too
much religion and entirely too little
Christianity in the world. Any man
is a good man who lives a good life
who is a kind husband and father, a
good neighbor and a true citizen of
the country in which he lives. Some
of the best men we have ever known
were members of no church. They
could not have been better if they had
been regular devout members of a
church. True religion of any faith is
good for any man or woman. The as association
sociation association with his fellows is good for
him; the responsibilities placed upon
him by his faith have a steadying effect.
TRYING TO SHAKE THE
REPUBLICAN PLUM TREE
"The waveof crime" has hit Tampa j
at last, and hit it hard. A twenty
thousand dollar hold-up in broad day daylight,
light, daylight, ought to make Chicago and New New-York
York New-York sit up and take notice. Tampa
Tampa is a bigger town in propor proportion
tion proportion to its size than either of them.
JThat colored woman who wants to
represent Roger Sullivan's ward in
Chicago should be defeated, of course,
but it is probably-not improper to re remark
mark remark that she is more of a lady than
Roger, was. President Wilson didnt
like Sullivan a little bit, and when
Fiexy disapproves of a man he gen generally
erally generally has reasons. ' -c
The board of trustees of Southern
College at Sutherland, whose girls'
dormitory and administration building
were burned Saturday morning, have
secured quarters for the homeless
scholars in nearby buildings and -will
Oscar M. Johnson, political sharp of
the Jacksonville Metropolis, gives out
the following as the expected federal
appointments in Florida.
Collector of internal revenue, Dan Daniel
iel Daniel T. Gerow of Jacksonville or George
Gay of Palatka.
United States marshal Southern
District of Florida, George Crom of
Alachua county or B. F. Dyson of St.
United States marshal Northern
District of Florida, Peter Miller, De De-Funiak
Funiak De-Funiak Springs or A. P. Dell of
For collector of customs, M." B. Mac Mac-Fa
Fa Mac-Fa rlane, -Tampa, or Henry W. Bishop
For United States district attorney,
Northern District, Fred C Cubberly
of Gainesville or George P. Went-
worth of Pensacola.
For United States district attorney,
Southern District of Florida, N. K. B.
Pettingill of Tampa.
Star ads. brinj in shekels.
THERE'S A "SLIGHT
but years of experence have taught
us the trick. When yours give
you troble call us.
Ocala I louse Block
A. E. GERIG
Winter's short days call
or much artificial iHum-
fc2X.ination. As a result your
are taxed rather
DR. K. J. WEIHE,
Optometrist and Optician
REVELS STUDIO IN
A NEW LOCATION
I would call the attention of my
customers and the public in general
that l 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,
Pure grapefruit and orange jelly,
"a Florida product," at the Fort King
Confectionery. Phone 596. 22-tf
GOOD MINSTREL SHOW COMING
The old and reliable Virginia Min
strel Show will appear under canvas
one night only. This is now without
doubt the largest and best of all rea
negro minstrels, uest or singing.
dancing, comedy of a refined kind.
High class vaudeville such as wire-
walker, hooproller, -juggling, contor
tionist, fireater and many feature
acts, making this the show that
different because its better than the
rest, and will surely please all who
attend. Watch for band parade at
noon and hear the concert at night.
Remember one night only. Ocala,
Thursday, Feb. 3. d&wl
Federal bread always has th-it
... ... 5 i
good old home-made taste. Try our
cinnamon rolls, too. 19-0
. air. u. ts. Overton is now our
funeral director and embalmer. Night
:hone 515, day phone 47.
25-tf George MacKay & Company.
The laws of Florida require all an
tomobiles to have a 1921 license num
Ler January 1st, 1921. All automobile
drivers not having 1921 license tags
on February 1st, 1921, will be prose
cuted. S. C. M. Thomas,
Sheriff, Marion Coutny, Fla.
Ocala Aetto and Garage Company
Successors to GalesGarage
We sell Philadelphia Diamond Grid Batteries
Chandler and Cleveland Automobiles
Look at our Used Cars. All are Bargains and Guaranteed as represented
" Tires, Tubes, Accessories. and.Storage.
Cars Washed $1.00
Cars Polished $1.00
ONCE YOU GET TME
You will be ON .THE ROAD FOR SAVING MONEY
You 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
Full Cream Cheese 35c
White Bacon per lb. 19c
Lard Compound per lb. 15c
Small Crisco, tin 24c
No. y2 Crisco, tin 35c
No. 3 Crisco, tin 70c
Kingan's Nut Oleo 29c
Kingan's Pure Lard in pound
blocks, per block 22 l-2c
No. 4 Snowdrift Lard 70c
No. 8 Snowdrift Lard 4 1.40
Maxwell House Coffee
10c Octagon Soap 7c :
Bulk Roast Coffee 20c
1-4 lb. tin Tetley's Mixed Tea 17c
1-211). tin.Tetley's Mixed Tea 34c
10c pg. Tetley's Mixed Tea 8c
5c pkg. Tetley's Mixed Tea 4c
10c pVg. Chase & Sanborn Tea 8c
7 lbs. Cream or water
lbs. Hudiiut's Fine or
Bine Rose Rice, a good cooker, Saturday, per pound 7 cents
Every day is dollar day here, when ircomes 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
- Prepared Mustard
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 lor $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-0
1, 10c package Atlantic Matches
1, 10c tin Shinola Shoe Polish ;
1, 10c package Uneeda Biscuit
$1.25 onr regular price $1.00 :
Note toe everyday saving, get the "U-SREVE MBIT"
EXTRA LARGE ORANGE
AND GRAPEFRUIT TREES
A few extra large, bearing size,
five-year-old buds on eight-year-old
filling in groves. Genuine Marsh seed seedless
less seedless grapefruit and Parson Brown
oranges or sour stock. $5 each for
sour stock. For yard purposes and for
three or more trees. E. H. MOTE,
22-tf Leesburg. Florida.
TAX ASSESSOR'S ITINERA RT
No. Fefcraarr, 1S21
30. . .MarteL 1st Afternoon
4.... Cotton Plant. 1st .....Afternoon
. .HeldtTille. 2nd Morning.
X)unnelloru 2nd Afternoon
...Romeo. 3rd Mornlngr
. ..Blitchton, 4th Mornftu?
...Emathla. 4th Afternoon
. .Kendrick. 7th Morning:
...Martin. 7th Afternoon
. . Lowell. 8th Morning
. ..Reddick. 8th Afternoon
...Fairfield.. 9th Mornlirg-
. . Fleming-ton. 9th Afternoon
...Central. 10th Morn tap
32. . .Geigrer. 10th Afternoon
22.... Mcintosh. 11th Morning-
22..;. Orange Lake. 11th ....Afternoon
7.... Shady, 14th .Morn m?
21.;. .Santos. 14th Afternoon
21 Belleview. 15th Morning-
23.... Pedro. lth Mornlngr
s....6ammerfield. llth Afternoon
2 5.... Candler. 17th Morning:
.9.... Oklawaha, 17th Afternoon
19....Eastlake. 18th Morning-
19... .Weirsdale. 18th Afternoon
10. ...Moss Bluff. 21st .......Mornlng-
10....Electra. 21st Afternoon
11 Lrnne, 22nd Morning-
11 .Conner, 22nd Afternoon
13....Burbank. 23rd Morning-
13. ...Fort McCoy. 23rd Afternoon
27.... Eureka, 24th Morning-
14 Orange Spring's, 24th.. Afternoon
1 Cltra. 25th Morning-
2C....parr. 25th Afternoon
17.... Anthony. 28th Morning-
1 Ocala All oX March
I iiave been nnablo to get aasessment
blanks, thus the delay tn nubllahing- my
itinerary. I want o urge eTery tax taxpayer
payer taxpayer to meet roe and make return of
his property. W. I COLBERT.
21-5t-wky Tax Assessor.
CASH AND CARRY
One east and one west of the city square
vjy vJ,sJsJ'vJC'"C',C'iC'C"yc o- w- w y o w
M j. w
MnmrpDny Mtofiw Company I
ONE OF FLORIDA'S BEST GARAGES
Tires Gas and Oil
v OCALa, FLORIDA
h. m .am. h .am. .am.
Main Street, Opposite Foundry
LET ME DO YOUR
PAPERUIG AIIO PAIIIJIilG
No job too small, and, none
too large. All work guaran guaranteed
teed guaranteed satisfactory.
F. F. BLACK
Plicnc 581 2w3 A..-.2ry 3
J. D. DAWKINS
ALL KINDS OF
'FRESH MEATS, FISH
TUESDAY and FRIDAY
111 W. Eronray
I have opened a f.rst class under undertaking
taking undertaking establishment in Ocala and
carry a full line cf ccSni, caskets and.
robes. Anto hearse and trcck service
to all parts of the county. Your pat pat-rorage
rorage pat-rorage solicited. W. E. HUGHES,
Licensed. E:r. banner.
Next door to lUtrllisn Bank.
Phone rvU ft. C-corge hotel.
OCALA EVENING STAR, MONDAY, JANUARY 31. 1921
Only a few blocks from
Union Depot. Glad to
see you at an)' time.
Larro Cow Feed
and all other kinds of.FedQ,
llav. Grain and Provisions.
If you buy from us tell
Danese Feed & Grocery
636 W. Forsylh Slreet
m LET US BUILQ YOU A
Select your own lot and
plans, lerms: halt cash,
balance like rent. Call and
talk it over with us.
RAY 8 THOMSON
WILLIAM A. T1NSMAN
Estimates Given Free
Phone 526 Ocala, Fla.
Geo. MacKay I Co.
and Emb aimers
Two Licensed Emlfelmers
Motor Funeral Cars
Private Morgue and Chapel
Day Phone 47
Night Phone 515
G. B. Overton, Manager
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
TUEDSAY, FEBRUARY 1
31 ItS. WALTER PREER
HONORED MRS. BARKER
Saturday afternoon Mrs. Walter
Freer entertained at cards at her
home in Lynwood Park, complimenting
Mrs. M. C. Barker of Moundsvflle, W.
Four of the rooms on the first floor
vere opened en suite for. this enter entertainment
tainment entertainment and each was profusely dec dec-crated'
crated' dec-crated' with white and pink roses.
As the guests arrived they were
met by Mrs. E. L. Carney, who escort escorted
ed escorted them to the sitting room for the re removal
moval removal of their wraps, after which Mrs.
E. G. Peek invited them into the par parlor,
lor, parlor, where Mrs. Preer with the hon hon-oree
oree hon-oree greeted each guest.
Upon the arrival of all the guests,
the hostess attractive daughter,
Martha Preer and dainty Elizabeth
Dickson passed the score cards, which
were in the color motif pink, and
white. There were four tables of auc auction
tion auction players and four of rook, which
games were enjoyed in the parlor and
reception hall for several hours and
at the conclusion of the games, Mrs.
Preer assisted by her daughter and
son, Martha and Walter Jr. and Eliz
abeth Dickson served refreshments of
chicken salad, wafers, olives, pickles,
coffee, white and pink cake and Nea Neapolitan
politan Neapolitan ice cream. Of all the pretty
and enjoyable parties that have been
given this season none have been more
pleasant and pretty in appointments
than Mrs. Preer's party Saturday aft afternoon.
ernoon. afternoon. One of the most welcome
guests at this party was Mrs. Wether Wether-ly,
ly, Wether-ly, the hostess mother, who is spend spending
ing spending the winter with her.
-Those present were as follows: Mrs.
M. C. Barker, Mrs. E. L. Carney, Mrs.
Anna Holder, Mrs. Leverett Futch,
Mrs. Paul Theus, Mrs. R. L. Anderson
Jr., Mrs. E. G. Peek, Mrs. Grider Per
kins, Mrs. John Taylor, Mrs. James
F. Johnson, Mrs. Trusten P. Drake,
Mrs. J. W. Dumas, Mrs. A. L. Quain Quain-tance,
tance, Quain-tance, Mrs. J. D. Robertson, Mrs. C.
C. Balkcom, Mrs. Phillip Murphy,
Mrs. J. C. Johnson, Mrs. J. K. Dick
son, Mrs. W. T. Gary, Mrs. Walter
Hood, Mrs. Charles Moremen, Mrs. G.
S. Scott, Mrs. D. W. Tompkins, Mrs.
B. F. Condon, Mrs. T. C. Cobb, Mrs.1
S. B. Ware, Mrs. C. G. Rose, Mrs. N.
P PnceJl Mrs W W TTnrriss. Mrs.
S'J. G. Parrish, Mrs. H. F. Watt, Mrs.
E. C. Bennett, Mrs. John Preer, Mrs.
The Picture You Will Never Forget $
You will be more than delighted
t'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 tor
quick delivery of our QUALITY ICE
15 and 35 cents
PRETTY PARTIES SATURDAY
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 Will 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
Miss Nettie Camp, a debutant of
this season, has been the recipient of
many courtesies during the past sev
eral months, and Saturday she and
her visitors, Misses Bessie and Wini Winifred
fred Winifred Goedecke of New York city, were
honorees at two parties.
In the afternoon Miss Emily Stotes-
bury entertained for them at auction.
The guests were Misses Nettie Camp,
Bessie and Winifred Goedecke, Eliza
beth Davis, Mary Burford, Mrs. Leta
C. Bennett, Mrs. Clarence Camp and
Mrs. Edmund Martin.
Miss David was rewarded with a
dainty prize for making the highest
score and to Mrs. Edmund Martin fell
the consolation prize. The hostess
presented the honorees with appro
priate souvenirs of the afternoon. At
the conclusion of the games a salad
course was served, the hostess being
assisted by Mrs. George Ford.
In the evening Mr. and Mrs. Ed
mund Martin informally entertained
for Miss Camp and the Misses Goe
decke at a dance at the home of Mrs
Martin's parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. W.
Harriss. The Harriss home which is
admirably adapted for a small dancing
party, was unusually attractive Sat
urday evening with decorations of cut
flowers, hanging baskets of ferns and
As the guests arrived, Mrs. Clarence
Camp served punch from a prettily
ornamented table which stood on the
left side of the porch, after which the
host and hostess greeted them just in
side the front hall, and shortly after
the arrival of all the guests, dancing
began and was enjoyed until a late
hour. During the evemng an ice cream
course with cake and coffee was serv
The following were those present:
Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Harriss, Mrs.
Clarence Camp and Misses Nettie
Camp, Bessie and Winifred Goedecke,
Elizabeth Davis, Lois Livingston, Sue
Moore. Lucille Robinson and Messrs.
Albert Harriss, Joe Borden, C 1
Balkcom, Frank Churchill, Robert
Ciarkson, George Looney, Robert and
Alfred MacKav. M. A. Malone of
Jacksonville and Dr. H. C. Nichols.
"WHY PAY MORE"
ORDER OF EASTERN STAR
Ocala Chanter No. 29. O. E. S-
meets at the Masonic hall the second
and fourth Thursday evenings of each
month at 8 o'clock.
Mrs. Rosalie Condon, W. M.
Mrs. Susan Cook. Secretary.
KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS
Ocala Lodge No.-19. Conventions
held every Monday evening at 7:30
o'clock at the castle hall, over the G.
C. Greene Co. drugstore. A cordial
velcome to visiting brothers.
Tom Proctor, C C
Chas. K. Sage, K. of R. & S-
"A smile costs nothing; greet your
Jr.eighbor with one often and show
our neighborly interest by telling
them that FEDERAL bread is the
test made. 19-t
F m E w A E El
"E HAVE secured the services of R
Ibbctson Company. Chartered Accountants of
Atlanta, Georgia, who will have a reDresnet-
ative in our Bank, during.banking hours, from Feb February
ruary February 9th to the 19th inclusive, to assist our custom customers
ers customers and friends in the preparation of their tax
returns for the year of 1920.
The following is some of the information he will
have to have in the preparation of your tax returns.
What is your'income from the sale of land for
the past year? '
What. is your income from the sale of hogs, cat cattle
tle cattle or other live stock?
What is your income from wages, if any?
What is your
total income from any and all
The total gross income from any source is what
you have to furnish information about. ' From, this
total there are certain exemptions and deductions.
Here are some of the things that you can get credit
for and you should go through your check book care carefully
fully carefully and see how much you- paid on account of the
1st. The cost ot anything above mentioned that
you sold. The difference is net income on which
you pay tax.
2nd. Any interest that you may have paid on
notes or mortgages" or other debts that you owed
during the year,
3rd. All City, County and State taxes paid by
you during the year. These are credits on your
4th. Interest received by you on Liberty Bonds
owned by you.
5th: Actual losses sustained during the year.
The above are the principal items of income and
deductions and. the gathering up by you of the.
figurers on these different things will greatly facilitate
the work on the income tax man.
The period you have to figure the above things
in is between the first day of January 1920, and
December 31st of that vear.
You must make your income tax returns to the
government before the 1st day of March. You have
to pay the tax, if any, according to the terms shown
on the income tax form, but you must make a report
in any event, whether you pay any tax or not, under
penalty of fine and imprisonment.
We suggest that you call on us and arrange the
date and hour it will be convenient for him to assist
you in making out your returns.
You are requested to bring blanks on which, to
prepare your returns, as we may not have enough
to go around.
Do not hesitate to make use of our tax expert.
Come in and let him fix up your returns. It is AB ABSOLUTELY
SOLUTELY ABSOLUTELY FREE!
He Ciimeincnaiir Mwt
For All Cars
GEO. J. WILLIAMS
Formerly CarrolX-sMotor Company
Garage, Osceola St.
Phone 597, NIalit4C3
:C. Ccctt Bryant:
l Acconnfixig and AodlUag J
: phone 332 :
Don't fail to visit the Guarantee
Clothing & Shoe Company. Every Everything
thing Everything we sell is guaranteed. We're
fighting for QUALITY net prices, tf
PRACTICAL CARPENTER AND
Careful estimates maa on s3 eor
tract ork. Gives more aaJ better
work ftr the money Vhzn any other
contract or in the city.
1920 Dodge light delivery tr-s;
ran fire months;- 0-day guarsr.!:.
Price reasonable; terms if dtzire .1
Spencer-Pedrick Motor Co. tZAl
OCALA EVENING STAR. MONDAY. JANUARY 31. 1321
If you have any
phone to five-one.
Mr. J. R. Burnside of Lowell spent
the day in Ocala.
Mr. A. W. Swaverly, foreman of the
Leesburg Commercial, was a welcome
visitor in town Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. IL H. McCredie of
Conner are visitors in town for a few
Buy "A BOOK A WEEK" at THE
BOOK SHOP. 31-3t
Mr. Clarence Camp left Saturday
afternoon for Savannah, en a business
trip of several days.
Victor records for February on sale
Feb. 1st at the BOOK- SHOP.
Mrs. Maude Home returned several
days ago from a pleasant visit with
her -son, Mr. Norman Horne in At-
Delicate toilet waters that miiaiy
will find pleasing and fragrant at the
Court Pharmacy. 19 Jit
Mrs. E. C. Jordan and daughter.
Frances left this afternoon for a visit
with Mr.- and Mrs. B. T. Vaughn in
Mrs. R. L. Anderson Jr. will enter entertain
tain entertain the members of the "A club 'to 'tonight
night 'tonight at her home at their regular
Monday evening meeting.
There has been much demand for
CARNATIONS. I have them now, a
special grade at $2.75 and $3 per doz dozen.
en. dozen. Heintz, the Florist, Ocala. 31-4t
OF ADVERTISEMENT OF
MfflEMCM MOTOR EXPOKf C.
The following "ad" appeared in this paper January 21 and 22
OPPORTUNITY OF A LIFE TIME. BUY!
American Motor Export Co. Stock A Florida Corporation
of Jacksonville, Florida
We now offer to the public of our fair state of Florida an op opportunity
portunity opportunity of investing in some of its securities. Our company
possesses Wonderful opportunities in this Southland of unexcelled
climate conditions, abundant labor, cheap power and the necessary
adjuncts that go hand in hand with success. It is the purpose of
the American Motor Export Co. to give to the public of Florida
. t-Ua. f sU rf kiii.innr Utir cfr1iritifC Olir mftttfl and OOllCV
will, at all times, be an open, fair adminstrat ion, keeping in mind, H
nrst. tne interests oitne peopie- wno invest men iuuus wiw u,
Many of the automobile factories abroad have been destroyed and
the business so paralized during the past four years that European
authorities consider it will be a generation before they will be able
to re-establish themselves on the same basis as before the war
commenced. So take opportunity by the forelock-and buy Ameri American
can American Motor Export Co. stcck. The mar, who has the foresight to
see opportunity and has the. courage to back up his convictions
with an investment in them is the man who succeeds. Fill in the
blank for the amount of shares you wish. Anyone wishing more
information will write
Above part of advertisement is 0. K., but coupon should read as
Mr. Chas. W. Scott,
- LOCK BOX 429. OCALA, FLA.
Enclosed find dollars for ....shares
of American Motor Export Company stock at $15.00 per share. It
is agreed that one half of this money is to be kept intact until
$1,000,000 is on deposit and at such time the American Motor Ex Export
port Export Company is to buy a site, erect'a factory and start the man manufacture
ufacture manufacture of automobiles in Jacksonville, Florida. The other half
is to ba used on the necessary expense of the American Motor
Export Company and also to create a surplus for that department
of our business which will finance automobile dealers and purchasers.
COUPON FOR INFORMATION
LOCK BOX 429, OCALA, FLA.
Please furnish me with full particulars of the American Motor
Export Company. v
I can meet you at place
' "$1,000 invested in Chalmer Motor Company
has returned in 8 years $ 86,650
$1,000 invested in Chandler Motor Company
has returned in 3 years $ 35,000
$1,000 invested in Federal Motor Company
has returned in 7 years $ 78,878
$1,000 invested in Ford Motor Co. of Canada
has returned in 11 years $434,870
$1,000 invested in Hupp Motor Cpmpany
has returned in 7 years $191,200
$1,000 invested in Reo Motor Company
has returned in 11 years $ 70,750
. $1,000 invested in H. H. Franklin Mfg. Co.
has returned in 6 years $191,200
$1,000 invested in Chevrolet Motor Company
has returned in 7 years $280,000
$1,000 invested in Overland Motor Company
has returned in 5 years $330,000
$1,000 invested in Paige-Detroit Motor Car Co.
has returned in 6 years $ 24,042
$1,000 invested in the Stutz Company
has returned in 4 years $ 45,000
If you have failed to buy "securities in any of the above companies
do not over look the present opportunity.
Send in either your subscription or a request for complete infor information
mation information and watch for announcement in an early issue, giving names
of officers and directors of the Greatest Company ever started in the
Mr. and Mrs. Christian Ax. Miss
Daisy Keidel and Miss Gertrude My
ers left Saturday for & several weeks'
motor trip to points on the west coast.
A hudnred of the latest reprints at
THE BOOK SHOP. 31-2t
Mrs. J. E. Johnson and daughter,
Lucy returned to their home at Pa Pa-latka
latka Pa-latka this afternoon after a pleasant
visit in the city with relatives and
1 OUR PE2QE LIST
! : '
Don't fail to visit the Guarantee
Nothing & Shoe Company. Every Every-jung
jung Every-jung we seH is guaranteed. We're
.ghting for QUALITY not prices, tf
After several days in the city at attending
tending attending to business, but during which
time he was a guest at a number of
social functions, Mr. M. A. Malone has
returned to his home in Jacksonville.
Fresh oysters and full line of fresh
vegetables and fruits at all times.
Cook's Market and Grocery. Phone
Don't forget the high school carni carnival
val carnival on Feb. 25th at the Ocala House
Friends of Mrs. Leon Fishel and
children of Baltimore, are welcoming
them back to their former home after
an absence of three years. They ar arrived
rived arrived Sunday, to spend the month of
February with Mrs. M. Fishel .and
To guard against colds and other
infections make a practice of using a
daily gargle. Get an atomizer at the
court Pharmacy. 19-6t
After a month's visit in the city
as the guests of Mr. and Mrs. E. W.
Merrill, Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Blaumei-
fer left last night for their home in
Massillon, Ohio. En route home they
will visit Washington and New York
Just received sea bass weighing
from three to twelve pounds, for bak
ing purposes. City Fish -Market
Phone 158. tf
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Durand have
rented one of the Connor cottages at
Oklawaha for several weeks and will
entertain the following guests at a
house party, namely: Mr. and Mrs." B
L. Hooks, parents of Mrs. Durand,
who are spending the winter with her,
Mr. and Mrs. Phillips and Mr. and
The publishers advise that books of
fiction will not be reduced during
1921. We have just received fifty "of
the latest and best. THE BOOK
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
Mr. and Mrs. Bert Maloney are ex
pected shortly from Jackson, Miss,
and will spend some time in Jackson
ville and in St. Augustine, where they
will be the guests of Mrs. Maloneys
mother, Mrs. George Miller, Mrs. Ma
loney prior to her marriage, was Miss
Eugenia Wylly of Jacksonville.
Hudnut's Grits and Meal, 7 pounds 25c
Hudnut's Grits and Meal, 15 pounus... .. 50c
Whole grain Honduras Rice, per pound 11c,
10 pounds for ....... ... $1.00
Whole grain BlueRose Rice, 3 pounds 25c;
6 pounds, 50c; 14 pounds.. ...$1.00
Polar White Soap, a very fine Naptha soap
ior fine as well as ordinary laundry,
3 bars for 25c; 1 dozen for j .... 95c
Lard Compound, per pound .- ..... 15c
Pure Lard, one pound 25c; 2 pounds...... 45c
No. 2 Tomatoes. 1 can 15c; 2 cans 25c; 3
cans 35c; one-half dozen cans...... .. 65c
Argo Starch, 3 packages for 25c; 1 dozen
packages... .. 95c
AH other goods as Low as Good Quality and
and Honest Weights and Measures will per permit
mit permit The above prices Inclnde onr delivery
sen ice and accounts, weekly or monthly,
if yonr credit is good.
FARMERS' EXCHANGE STORE
Merchants Block Phone 163
Tire Prices Reduced
DIAMOND Non-Skid, 30x3. C17 flft
old price $20.00, now..... $ll.UU
DIAMOND Plain, 30x3, QIC Aft
old price $17.60, now..... 9thUU
6,000 .Mile Guarantee
FFDERAL, FISK AND DIAMOND TUBES
NEW PRICES Overhauling Ford motor $16.
Overhauling Ford rear end, $5 for time.
Grindiug Ford valves, $3.
JAS. ENGESSER, Proprietor
Phone 258 West Broadway
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CIVIL ENGINEERS AND SURVEYORS
Licensed undef the laws of rhe State of Morula
Capt. Edward Drake is associated
with us and in charge of our Phos Phosphate
phate Phosphate Mine and Plant Department.
Offices, 33-34 Holder BIdg.
Phone No. 543
C V. ROBERTS. Phon.e.305
BARNEY SPENCER, Phone 431
ROBERTS & SPENCER
Funeral Directors and Embalmers
Private Morgue anS Chapel. Personal Service to all.
Motor Equipment. Coffins and Caskets Delivered.
m Office Phone 350
217 West Broadway
Don't fail to visit the Guarantee
Clothing & Shoe Company. Every
thing we sell is guaranteed. We're
fighting for QUALITY not prices, tf
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V 1 f .... W W . WW v ww v ww
Mr. Norman Home, a student at
Georgia Tech, Atlanta, is home for a
week. Mr. Horne is an exceptionally
fcYight student, making such a splen splendid
did splendid average during the study months
that when examinations come he is
exempted, hence a vacation for him.
He always comes home to spend his
vacation with his mother and sisters.
RECRUITS NEEDED FOR
THE FIELD ARTILLERY
A lonesome 434 men of the 79th
and 80th regiments of field artillery
are calling for 1595 others who think
themselves horsemen, or who would
like to learn to be, to join them at
Camp Meade, Md., the new home of
thes regiments, recently moved f rom K'7eJ,re Fd
COUNTY FIXAXriiL. STATEMENT
V. W. Strfpllair, Tax Collector, la A
rf Tilth Marlwa Cmmmtr Far
the t'I!erllo of Taseo
Total S. 171.01
By detoItor detoItor-.receipt
.receipt detoItor-.receipt 44.467.29
Ha la nee uncollected $21,763. il
1916 seven-passenger Buick in good
condition. Price very reasonable.
Terms. Spencer-Pedrick Motor Co. tf
toric spots of the region. They now
want to. see their regiments at full
xt XT-... j. fput Trrtir4 strength so that more frequent passes
lo mese places can ue ouuunw. muij
of them are writing letters nome to
Mrs. Fred Robinson and daughter,
Miss. Lucille Robinson, arrived in the
city Saturday afternoon from Detroit,
Mich., to spend the next three months
in Ocala. They are located in the
Jewett house on South Third street
formerly occupied by Mr. and Mrs.
Di-vid Connor. Mrs. Robinson and Miss
Robinson have scores of friends in the
city who are always glad to have them
Salt and fresh water fish, oysters,
shrimp, etc., at CITY FISH MARKET,
Ft. King Ave., phone 158. 27-tf
Taking advantage of the perfect
day yesterday, many automobile par parties
ties parties made trips to different points in
and out of the county, but one of the
largest parties going a distance was
that of which Mrs. Clardbce Camp was
hostess. After having dinner at Eus Eus-tis,
tis, Eus-tis, the party proceeded to Orlando.
Those in the party were Mrs. Camp,
Misses Nettie Camp, Bessie and Win Winifred
ifred Winifred Goedecke, Mary Burford, Mrs.
Leta Bennett and Messrs. Norton Da Davis,
vis, Davis, George L. Davis, Robert and Al Alfred
fred Alfred MacKay, Joe Borden and William
Camp Funston, Kansas.
Since they arrived, the men have
been visiting Washington and Balti
more and points on Chesapeake Bay, ty km: f4
ana are mucn mieresiea in we
friends to sign up for these regi regiments.
"Those 79th fellows think they're
good, but when some of my old pals
back home that I've written to get
here, the 80th will have it all over
thorn," said a cannoneer of the 80th I tM.triet i r.-4
. . I Uncollected
to an acquaintance as they took a Br depository
bird's-eye view of Washington fromj receipt.
the Capitol dome. j Balanc uncollected
"We're all tired of regiments with f
thAv xhonld .Uncollected
... ,.!Br depository
nave, ana were writing our inemu
about the attractions of our new sta station
tion station and the schools at Camp Meade.
Our men are proud of belonging to
hcrse regiments, because they -either
were raised as horsemen in the west,
or have studied and practiced it in the
Some of the letters written home
were from men who learned to write
since joining the army. These men
hope to become, as their education
tVANTED, LOST. FOUND, FOR
SALE, FOR RENT AND SIM-
ILAR LOCAL NEEDS
FOR SALE Diamond, about karat.
flawless, blue white, beautiful stone.
Will sacrifice for $225. Also solid
gold Waltham watch, 17 jewel $35,
value $75. Apply P. V. L., at Star
office. 21 -t
BOARD AND ROOM To be found
with private family. See Mrs. Frank
Broderick, 22 N. Sanches street, or
phone 336. 29-3t
WOOD Giles Wood Yard. Seasoned
oak or pine wood for either stove or
fireplace, $1 and $2 per load. Yard
corner South Main and Third Sts.
Phone 112. 1-19-lm
5.29 3. C 8
STATE OF FTjORIDA.
nnA.Bo. tnArrA KalA mw4 ow-a: .' MARION COUNTY.
j ..v.., ...v. j 1 T II T..M.l.r T- .Wlr Afth. rlr.
men practiced in all the mathematics cuit court, hereby certify that the above
in a true jki correct atatensent oi tne
by which their guns are aimed.
Mr. and Mrs. S. J. McCully of Fel Fellowship
lowship Fellowship were in the city today.
Advertis Is the Star.
I tax collector s account wun marion
Icoatif y and the sub-school tllftrtcta. as
the Mine Appears on the -booka tn my
Witness my "fcand and f3clal seal
this 27th day of Jantiary, A. U. 1921.
(Seal) T. I. IANCA-STEU. Jit..
Clerk drwlt Court.
i ByEdjiii Walker, Xim.tj CJerte.
Bates": Six lines, maxiraura, one time.
25c; three times, 50c; six times, 75c;
cne i&onth. S3. Payable in advance.
LOST In Gainesville or or road be
tween Gainesville and Ocala brown
leather suitcase with initials E. G."
B. on one end. Reward to finder by
applying to Norman Horne, Ocala,
WANTED 2500 crossties delivered at
our Kendrick plant. Lake Weir
Washed Sand Co, Ocala. 31-6t
:HERO-COLA WOOD YARD We are
prepared to furnish oak or pine
wood for either stove or fireplace"
on short notice. We deliver your
money's worth promptly. Give us a
trial order. Chero-Cola Wood yard,
phone 167. 26-lm
'OR SALE We have a surplus of
fifty head of horses and mules for
sale. You can find stock suitable
for any juiyose by applying at the
stables. Anthony Farms, Anthony,
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. WTrite 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. v 25-3t
NURSE If you need a practical aiwt
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. Crot
miller, care the Star. 29 -t
LOST Driving gloves. Finder kind
ly 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, jgzs, 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 CC. 24-12t
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
FOR SALE Indiana truck in good
condition; platform body with sides;
35x5 cord tires front and rear, near nearly
ly nearly new. P. O. Box 3D0, or phone No.
94," Ocala. 28-3t
FOR SALE Fine 10-acre home;
among beautiful lakes; citrus aTid
garden land; 5-room house, barn,
buggy and harness; horse, farm
tools and fruit on small grove.
Cheap and good terms. Box 58,
Candler, Fla. 29-lt
FOUND Keys. Owner may have
same by identifying them and pay paying
ing paying for this ad. 29-lt
FOR SALF, Oak and pine wood, cut
for fireplace and stove. Apply Main
Street Wood yard or phone 5GG. 12t
Arrival and departure of pani?er
.ra m at OCALA UNION STATION.
1 he following schedule figures pub pub-u&'ued
u&'ued pub-u&'ued as ir. formation, an not guar guar-autced
autced guar-autced Eastern Standard Titr.el
SE BOARD AIR LINE KAlLROAII
2:15 am ana tee- 4:05 m
:15 am Tampa 2:10 am
2:15 am Manatee- 4:17 pra
:05 pm Tampa-SL Petrslrg 4:17 pra
ATLANTIC COAST LINE R. R.
2:12 pm Jacksonvi'Ie-N'York 2:43 am
1:45 pm Jksonvilie-Gai&sviUe 3:35 era
f :42 am Jksonville-Gnesviile 10:13 tins
2:41, am StPetsbrg-Lakeland 2:12 am
3:35 pm St.Petabrg-LaVeland 1:25 pra
7:10 am Dunnellon-Wilcox
7:2Jam DuneUcc-Lkeland 11:03 era
3:25 pm- Homosasii 1 :30 pri
10:13pm Leesbarg V 6:42 am
4:45 pm GainesvUle 11:50 am
Monday, WedBei'day, Fri isy.
""niwmAv THfrifftv. Ratrrrl
Berlin-Jones and Crane's box sta stationery
tionery stationery "in endless 'variety at the
Court Pharmacy.' Phoae 34. ID-Ce
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