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The Ocala evening star
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WEATHER FORECAST
.Fair tonight and probab-'
ly Thursday; not much
change in temperature.
TEMPERATURE
This morning, 43. -This
afternoon, 74.
VOL. 27
OGALA, FLORIDA, WEUESDAY FEBRUARY 16. 1921
SO; 39

IT'S A GOOD HUE
FOOEEOIIll

President of Federal Reserve Board
Tells Congress Something It
Should Already Know
(Associated Press)
Washington, Feb. 16. War-time
expenditures and a profound modifica modification
tion modification of the country's economic system
make it imperative. Governor Harding
informed Congress today in the annual
report of the Federal Reserve Board,
that the utmost care be taken to con conserve
serve conserve credit and preserve the basis
of prosperity to avoid the extreme
conditions prevailing in other indus industries.
tries. industries. RAISING INDIANA'S RATES
Passenger and freight rates in In Indiana
diana Indiana were ordered laised today by
the Interstate Commerce Commission
to a level with the interstate fares ef effective
fective effective March 24th.
AGREED BECAUSE HE HAD TO
Secretary Houston agreed with the
Senate judiciary committee today not
to make any additional loans to for foreign
eign foreign governments, no matter how
pressing the demand, until he had con consulted
sulted consulted with the committee and given
it full time for deliberation.
WILSON WILL ACCOUNT FOR IT
The White House announced today
that the president before retirement
March 4th, would make a final item itemized
ized itemized report showing the disbursements
and allotments made by himout of the
one hundred and fifty million dollar
war fund voted him by Congress.
WOMAN'S PARTY MEETING
IN CITY OF WASHINGTON
(Associated Tress
Washington, Feb. 16. The national
convention of the woman's party, call
ed to adopt a program for obtaining
national and state legislation relating
to women, got down to work today,
receiving reports from various com
rnittees. These were considered at
the opening session and are to be fol
lowed tonight by addresses of repre
sentative women's organizations in
foreign countries.
Mrs. Velma Swanson Howard, df
Sweden, is to describe the operations
of Sweden's new marriage law, pro
viding for equal rights of married
women with their husbands in the
control of their children, and Madame
Riviere will describe the efforts of
French women to obtain suffrage
Other speakers will be Princess Anne
Azgeptian, of Roumania and Madame
De Veyra, of the Philippines. Mrs.
Bainbridge Colby, wife of the secre secretary,
tary, secretary, of state, will welcome the for
eign delegates.
Representatives of all political, par parties
ties parties will be heard by the convention
tomorrow, on the legislation which
tliey propose in the interest of women.
EXPLOSION IN INDIANA
f Associates Press)
Evansville, Ind., Feb. 16. Four
miners were killed in an explosion to
day in the Liberty coal mine near
Francisco. The mine is reported on
fire,
BOSTON LET THEM IN
(Associated Press)
New York, Feb. 16. Ten vermin
infested immigrants, including one
typhus suspect, were detained by city
health authorities when they arrived
today from Boston by coastwise
steamship lines.
QUEEN ELECTION
' The contest for the queen of the
high school carnival is itow open. The
ballot box is at the Court Pharmacy
and votes may be cast there. Any
one is eligible to vote as many times
88 he chooses at ten cents a vote and
the contest closes Saturday night.
The following names have been placed
in nomination and have received the
number of votes indicated in the high
school. You may vote for these or
ANY OTHER GIRL OF THE HIGH
SCHOOL.
Elizabeth Bennett ... v ....... 27
F.ubye Edwards ..... . .'. . . 15
Jess Dehon ...
Christine Close
Cornelia Dozier
Marie Mathews
Edith Edwards
Sidney Cullen
Ruth Warner
Ynn rit what vnn mnf nA vnn
get it quick at Hunter's Cafeteria. 6t

THEY MIGHT LOSE
A FEU DOLUS

American Graves Service Opposed the
Idea of Nation Doing Honor to Its
' Dead Thni One Unknown Hero
(Associated Prss
Paris, Feb. 16. The American
Graves Registration Service has ex expressed
pressed expressed opposition to the selection at
present of the body of an unidentified
soldier from the American dead in
France for-removal and burial with
honors in the United States. There is
a constant reduction in the number of
unidentified Americans and it is hoped
eventual identification will be obtain obtained
ed obtained of almost all through teeth charts
being, sent to Washington and com compared
pared compared with the records there. Hun Hundreds
dreds Hundreds have already been identified
through this method.
ON AN AIRPLANE i
TEST. OF ENDURANCE
(Associated Press)
Mineola, Feb. 16. Lieut. Ross
Kirkpatrick and a mechanician start started
ed started in a biplane from Mitchell field at
7:34 this morning in an effort to
break the world's endurance, record
for airplanes.
MONEY AND JEWELS
HAVE BEEN RECOVERED
(Associated Press) -Reedville,
Vaw Feb. 16. A satchel
containing 115,500 in cash and liberty
bonds and $8000 in Jewelry, found by
children under the steps of a church
here has been identified as part of the
loot from the Commonwealth Bank
here, which was robbed and burned
January 30th.
EASE WASN'T KILLED
v.. (Associated Pross) -
Mexico City. Feb. 16. R. H. Case,
an American, reported several weeks
ago killed by the Arrieta brothers in
Durango state, is alive, the war de
partment announces. Case admitted
he was wounded during a clash with
the outlaws: : The reported death of
Case was the subject of a recent in
quiry by the United States embassay.
FORTY-NINTH STAB
ON THE FLAG
(Associate Press) t
Boise, Feb. 16. A bill was intro
duced in the Idaho senate today, which
in effect asks permission for the ten
north Idaho counties to form a new
state.
BIG HOTEL BURNED
(Associated Press)
Marion. Ala., Feb. 15. Fire today
destroyed the King hotel, with a loss
of $80,000.
SOUNDS LDIE HERMIONE
A certain young lady with clicking
heels and generally dressed to the
mode appeared at a school for training
social workers recently in order to as
certain the requirements for admis
sion. 'An artist friend of hers, she
said, had told her that she ought to
te doing some active work for social
progress, since whenever he saw her
he, always wished to paint her with a
tenement baby in her arms. Survey.
WOODMEN OF THE WORLD
Fort King. Camp No. 14 meets at
K. of P. hall' at 7:30 p. m. every sec second
ond second and fourth Friday. Visiting sov-
reigns are' always welcome.
H. B. Baxter, C CL
Chas. K. Sage, Clerk.
ROYAL" ARCH MASONS
Regular 'Conventions of the Ocala
Chapter No. 13. R. A. M on the fourth
Friday in every month at 8 p. m.
H. S. Wesson. H. P.
B. L. Adams, Secretary.
ORDER OF EASTERN STAB
Ocala Chapter No. 29. O. E. S.
meets at the Masonic hall the second
and fourth Thursday evenings of each
month at 8 o'clock. -"
, Mrs. Rosalie Condon, W. M.
Mrs; Susan Cook. Secretary.
Meet me at the American Cafe,
Union' Station, Ocala, for regular
dinner family style. Best dinner in
the state! for. 75c Eat and drink all
you waunt- TiSae for dinner 11 a. m. to
2:30 p. m. Owned and operated by
Americans. tf

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IT BE
f
Caruso, the Peerless Singer, is' 111
and In a Most Serious f
Condition
(Associated Press)
New York, Feb. 16. The condition
of Caruso, who suffered a grave heart
attack late last night, was slightly
improved today. The attending phy physicians
sicians physicians admitted the singer was des
perately ilL Caruso had been improv-1
. !! 1
mg sieaauy irom a severe auacK oi
pleurisy and the relapse was entirely
unexpected.
The sacrament of extreme unction
was administered at 1:25 this morn morning.
ing. morning. Throughout the night and dar daring
ing daring the early hours of the morning the
sick man lapsed into semi-consciousness,
but rallied slightly after admin
istrations of oxygen and stimulants, j
BETTER FOR A WHILE
Caruso was hold in r his own at 9 1
o'clock. He -rallied considerably but
his condition is still very serious.
OXYGEN TO KEEP HIM ALIVE
Shortly before 11 o'clock more oxy
gen tanks were taken to Caruso's
apartment. A consultation of doctors
has been called.
BASEBALL SEASON
' WILL SOON BEGIN
At an executive meetiner of the
memBers of the Ocala Baseball Asso Association
ciation Association this morning, Mr. Jake Gold Goldman
man Goldman was elected manager, and action
may be expected speedily. Mr. Gold
man did good work last year, and if
properly sustained will do better this
Eeajon.
TRYING TO FIND THE
PANTS TO THE SEAT
(Associated Pressj
Oxford, N. C, Feb. 16. The seat
of an ordinary pair of jeans trousers
is the clue on which Granville county
authorities are working in the hope of
arresting a negro moonshiner who
eluded prohibition officers near Bethel
church, five miles from here, a few
days ago.
Three officers found three negroes
at a still. Surrounding them, one of
the officers commanded: "Hands up!
to which one of the negroes replied,
"we're g'wine away from here." And
they did.
Deputy Ed Lyon pursued one of the
negroes. Entering a briar patch,
Lyon stumbled but grabbed the negro
by the seat of his pants. The pants
gave way, leaving the seat in posses possession
sion possession of Lyon. With this clue the au authorities
thorities authorities hope to' capture the.- negro,
whosg, still was destroyed, yj
WRECK ON THE MOBILE
AND OHIO RAILROAD
Scooba, Miss, Feb. 16 Several per persons
sons persons were injured in the wreck of a
fast mail train St. Louis to Mobile, on
the Mobile & Ohio near here today.
Three coaches are reported in the
ditch.
Get the cafeteria habit. You will get
good food and save money. 12-6t

HIS V

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MILK
From a government tested Jersey herd handled
rith EVERY SANITARY CARE we are furnish furnishing
ing furnishing Ocala with the best quality of milk possible to
produce. Our herd is grazed on green fields and
fed cream producing grains ground in our own mill.
The milk is cooled in an aerator and bottled at
once (never stands open) bottles washed through
3 waters with power driven revolving brushes, in insuring
suring insuring absolute cleanliness.
See the bacteria test published monthly in the
Star by the city milk-inspector.

QUARTS 20c
PINTS 10c

Order by mail or telephone. 32 -pint book of
tickets $3.20. Weekly or monthly accounts open opened.
ed. opened. Evening delivery.
BROAD ACRES DAIRY
PARKER. PAINTER, Proprldcr
v I
Telephone the farm, Anthony line, or address
P. O. Box 522, Ocala. Florida

I

OF SEHES
Of the Florida Commercial
tion is te he Held in J
in St. Aagnstiae
The second annual convention of
the Florida Commercial Secretaries'
Association will be held June 6th and
7th, in St. Augustine, according to an
announcement made today, by Louis
II. Chazal, secretary-treasurer of the
association. A most interesting pro
gram is promised the secretaries whs
attend the convention, covering many
of the problems with which the com commercial
mercial commercial organizations of the state
fnd themselves faced. Between now
and June every effort will be made,
the secretary says, to get all of the
commercial secretaries of the state
into the association, which was or
ganized in Orlando last year for the
purpose of bringing the secretaries
together for mutual helpfulness, and
to promote efficiency in the work of
general commercial organizations in
Florida.
.Two meetings of the secretaries'
association have been held. Mr. Cha
zal said today, and each meeting has
been an enthusiastic one and has re
sulted in an exchange of ideas and a
thrashing out of problems. At each
meeting the "question box" has been a
feature. The St. Augustine gathering
will last two days. More time, there therefore,
fore, therefore, will be available for the "ques "question
tion "question box" and other features of the
program.
WORKING FOR THE
INTEREST OF WOMEN
(Associated Press)
Washington, Feb. 16v Efforts to
reach an agreement on widely differ different
ent different plans to remove what am describ
ed as inequalities and discriminations
still existing in many states against
women, possibly through ihe creation
of an entirely new national organiza organization,
tion, organization, will be made by this woman's
party at its annual convention which
began here today, v '-'
Delegates declare that while the
mcin object for which the party was
organized national woman suffrage
has been attained," the victory is not
yet complete. Some leaders propose
to continue" to depend upon obtaining
national legislation favorable to their
! cause by "holding the party in power
responsible," and arousing interest in
women's legislation among the eon
stituents of members of Congress.
Others propose more clearly defined
political activities in the states, while
still others would enter the political
arena direct with a full-fledged wom women's
en's women's party.
SUFFOCATION OF
FATHER AND SON
(Associated Preas)
Everett, Mass.. Feb. 16V Joseph
Johnson and his son were suffocated
in bed when fire destroyed an apart apartment
ment apartment house here today.' The other
occupants escaped.
Get your candy at the old price of
one dollar per pound at G rig's Drug
Store. Nunnally's and Iigrett's. tf

E
111 BUSINESS
Scceeaafal in Merchandising Fanners
of Marion Win Market Produce
by Wholesale
The Farmers' Co-operative Associa Association
tion Association of Marion county, which opened
a retail store in Ocala in December,
is now branching out into the whole wholesale
sale wholesale handling of staple farm products.
The retail store on Broadway has met
with success. The wholesale ware warehouse
house warehouse will be opened in the Chace
block on South Magnolia street near
Fort King avenue. Staple farm pro products
ducts products will be handled on a cash and a
commission basis, and the products
will be properly graded and standard standardized,
ized, standardized, so that those who purchase from
the association will have assurance of
getting a uniform quality and pack.
Mr. Baxter Carn of Ocala, will be gen general
eral general manager of both the retail and
wholesale branches. Mr. H. C Hese Hese-man
man Hese-man of Lowell, as assistant manager,
will be in charge of the wholesale end
of the business. Mr. Heseman is mov moving
ing moving to Ocala. j
The incorporation of the Farmers'
Co-operative Association of Marion
county was a result of the efforts that
have been made by the farmers' union
of this county toward solving the
marketing problem. The officers of
the association are: H. L. Shearer,
president. Cottage Hill; C M. Carn,
secretary-treasurer, Reddick, and the
following directors: A. S. Pickett,
Fellowship; R. C. Bailey, Ocala; J. C.
Johnson, Ocala, and G. A. Waters,
FJectra.
STATE WILL HELP
- CANCER PATIENTS
7:
An average of 250 people die each
year in Florida from the effects of
cancer.
It has been the desire of the state
board oT health to establish a free
cancer clinic for all indigent cancer
cases in Florida.
Unfortunately, the provisions of the
laws governing the expenditure of
state board of health funds make it
impossible for the state board of
health to' apply appropriations to this
important work.
We are pleased ao announce, how
ever, that an arrangement. has been
perfected with Dr. Gerry R. Holden,
Jacksonville, who is acting as an agent
of the state board of health for the
administration of free radium treat
ment for certain types of cancer cases.
It is requested that the following
instructions to applicants be strictly
adhered to.
1. Only cases of inoperable cancer
in women will be treated.
2. The diagnosis of cancer must
be made by a reputable physician and
so certified.
3. Patient must be a resident of
the state of Florida.
4. The patient must be indigent
and so certified by the county com commissioners
missioners commissioners of the county in which she
resides.
5. In addition to the railway fare,
to and from Jacksonville, patients
must have at least $50 for hospital
expenses while under treatment in
Jacksonville.
6. Dr. Holden, acting as an agent
of the state board of health of Flor Florida,
ida, Florida, has the privilege of refusing
treatment to any patient when, in his
opinion, the case can be treated better
in other ways or when from any other
cause he does not consider radium
treatment advisable or beneficial.
7. A separate application for each
patient must be filed in writing with
the state health officer of Florida on
a regular form provided for that pur
pose, same being procurable upon
written request to the state health
officer, Jacksonville, Fla.
After the state health officer has
examined the application, the patient
will be notified when to come to Jack Jacksonville,
sonville, Jacksonville, if at alL
It is respectfully urged and request requested
ed requested that patients not be allowed to come
to Jacksonville for this free treat
ment until definite instructions from
tho state board of health have been
received by the patients in which will
be stated the exact date they should
come to Jacksonville.
Please be advised that no charge
whatever is made for the treatment
except that it is expected that the pa patient
tient patient be supplied with sufficient money
for railway fare, to and from Jack
sonville, and $50 for living expenses
while in the city.
, Balph N. Greens,
State Health Officer
Star ads. bring ia shekels.

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GOOD LUCK EOD GIST

line Array of Trophies Awarded to
Him at the South Florida
Fair
Mcintosh, Feb. 14th.
At the" South Florida Fair, I was
awarded 14 brae ribbons, four red and
six white and grand championship
boar and grand championship silver
trophy awarded by American Poland Poland-China
China Poland-China Record, for .best exhibit of
Poland-Chinas; also silver medal on
best sow and litter. Sow was Gist's
Progressive Daisy 10th; litter consist consisted
ed consisted of eight pigs. One of them had to
act as buddie" for model.
I spent most of the time at the pens
talking with visitors and it seemed
that a large portion of the crowd were
winter visitors and when I told that
such hogs could be and these were
grown in Florida well, it was just
like when you come back from a fish fishing
ing fishing trip.
Also won first on bushel of ear corn
and first and second on 10-ear exhibit.
W. M. Gist.
IMMENSE WATER POWER
PROJECT AT NIAGARA
Washington, Feb. 15. Development
cf Niagara Falls water power as a
"national asset" on a gigantic plan
that would assign all water 1 power
privileges to one individual or cor
poration, thus eliminating grants to
various smaller interests, is urged in
various recommendations now before
the Federal Power Commission.
Although agreeing generally that a
comprehensive system of develop development
ment development should be adopted, the recom recommendations
mendations recommendations vary greatly as to the na nature
ture nature of the development. In approv approving
ing approving any grants, the members of the'
present commission Secretaries Ba-
ker, Payne and Meredith, are inclined
to anticipate development of methods
in the near future that will permit the
transporting economically of power to
points 500 miles or more from the
falls.
Experts have told the commission
that the "single assignment" plan
should- include assignment of water
power privileges below the falls as
well as those above. Plans to combine
the several hundred thousand horse horsepower
power horsepower taker from the gorge with the
millions taken from above the falls
into one project were presented. The
plans range from tunneling under
Goat Island, which hangs on the pre precipice
cipice precipice between the American and Can Canadian
adian Canadian falls, to digging a power and
shiD canal from Lake Erie to Lake
Ontario. Proponents of some of the
proposed projects claim that the gov government
ernment government could tax such development
a half million a year and still give
users cheaper power than they now
enjoy, and leave a profit for the cor corporation
poration corporation on the investment. Secretary
Eaker, chairman of the commission,
bas announced that no privileges an anticipating
ticipating anticipating future amendments of the
existing water diversion treaty with
Canada will be considered by the pres present
ent present commission. Experts have told
the commission that 13,000 cubic feet
additional to the 20,000 now diverted
on the American side could be taken
from Niagara river without marring
the scenic beauty of the falls.
OUR FORGOTTEN SOLDIERS
(Life)
Suppose you had served your coun
try as a soldier and managed to come
out of it all without a scratch from
German artillery and snipers and ma machine
chine machine guns and bayonets, but with
something more than a scratch on
your lungs;
and suppose they were going to
send you to the Radisson Inn at Min Minneapolis
neapolis Minneapolis to see if the United States
Fublic Health Service could patch up
your lungs and restore yon to self self-supporting
supporting self-supporting activity;
and suppose thirty odd .property
owners in an exclusive residential dis district
trict district adjacent to the Radisson Inn set
themselves up as a committee of con conscienceless
scienceless conscienceless objectors, held an indig indignation
nation indignation meeting and telegraphed the
surgeon-general protesting against
leasing the inn for a sanitarium for
tubercular .ex-soldiers;
and suppose things like this hap happened
pened happened in many other places over tho
United States and yon got the idea
that nobody wanted yon and your de defective
fective defective lungs around;
and suppose your lungs did get
well and another war broke out;
you'd feel like rushing off to the
nearest recruiting officer, wouldn't
you?
Wheat cakes and coffee for 15 cents
at Hunter's Cafeteria. 12-t



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Ocala plant will be able to furnish
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in enough revenue to largely decrease
the public burden.

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ASSOCIATION HASNT

, ENDORSED IT

Says the Gainesville Sun: "The only
trouble with Great Britain and France
in settling the reparations terms is
that they are using long division in instead
stead instead of long vision. ;
If the income tax blanks contained
only what, the government wants to

know, and not also a whole lot of
what it doesn't want to know, they

would be easier to fill.

The Star has received a letter from

the secretary of -the Florida ; Press
Association, one paragraph of which

says: .

"At the special meeting held in

Tampa on the 8th the association
unanimously endorsed the proposed

no-fence law. This means that the

Florida : Press Association .is behind

this movement and we do not want to

let our.association fail to put it over."

At the said special meeting, we are

reliably informed that not more than

fifteen members were present and two

of them did not vote. This small nam nam-ber
ber nam-ber could not put the Florida Press
Association behind the, no-fence move

ment, and did not do so. Certain and
sure, the Star is not going to get be behind
hind behind it. The sentiment in this county

is against no-fence. We believe the

time will come, when on account of
the steady increase of improved stock
and necessity of cultivated grass for
pasturage, most of Marion county's
cattle will be fenced in, but we prefer

that to come as a result of natural

causes and not of a political cam
paign.

spoke for a few moments of his in interest
terest interest in baseball as a healthy and
national sport and urged the members
of the Rotary club and the citizens

to give the heartiest welcome possible

to the players who would visit here
this winter,1 assuring his hearers that
they would find them a royal corps of
men and that their, coming to this
city would prove a great advantage
to it, if the players were made to feel
at home every minute of their stay.
Dr. Barker devoted the last part of
his talk to the subject, "The Spirit of
Rotary." He stated that Rotary was
the first organization to capitalize and
vitalize "the slogan, "He profits most
who serves -best." The speaker de declared
clared declared that Rotary did not discover
thi strust but was as an organization
seeking to make practical application
of the doctrine enunciated by Jesus

Christ two thousand years ago, that
the greatest thing in the world was
to help the other fellow. He made a

strong appeal to those present to de devote
vote devote their lives to a program of help helpfulness
fulness helpfulness in community and individual
life.

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The idea of Utica bank men in put putting
ting putting a gas bomb inside their vault was

a fine one and worked well. We un

derstand that our Ocala banks wired
for bombs last evenine. A

Vessels flying the American flag
led all others in setting a new record
of traffic through the Panama canal

in 1920. This is shown by figures just
given out by the canal authorities. Of
the 2814 commercial ships using the
big ditch last year, 1281 were Ameri American.
can. American. Great Britain came next with

867 and Japan third with 122.

The Star is" informed by two well

posted citizens of Ocala, that John J.

Mendenhall, now serving a life sen
tence at Raiford, for killing two worn

en, nas extraordinary privileges and

has been seen m Jacksonville, walking

around as free as any man. This

should be investigated at once, and if

true put a stop to. The Star has f av

ored Sim Blitch's honor system and

hoped for great good from it, but it

did not expect men convicted of hein heinous
ous heinous crimes to be allowed to leave the

farm, and go to a city forty miles off
and mingle .with the people on the

same footing as a man who had never

broken the law.

Some coal miners of South Wales

.are being paid as high at 1000 a year

while wages amounting to 8000 are
fairly common. Despite this, the gov-

. ernment is having difficulty in collect

uig income taxes from the miners.
Last year nearly 15,000 of them were

, summoned 'for non-payment, but only
12 of this number "were committed to

.. prison.

That President-Elect Harding be

exempted from paying income tax on

, his, salary has been advocated by a

., number of newspapers and some con

gressmen. The president receives

$75,000, on which the tax would be
518,000, cutting his pay down to

, 253,000 a year. Mr. Wilson and other

officers of his administration have not
been subject to this heavy tax, as their
. terms of office began before the tax
. was imposed. Mr. Harding, however,

. says that, he desires no exemption.

Delegates appointed by Governor
. Cary A. Hardee to the approaching
.national convention of the Southern

Commercial Congress were announc

- ed Monday by M. L. Dawson, secretary
to the. governor. This year's session

of the Southern Commercial Congress
t .will be held in Washington on March

3, immediately preceding the inau

' guration of Warren G. Harding, as

president. Those named by the gov governor
ernor governor for Marion county are W. J

Crosby, C. W. Hunter, S". J. McCully,

Dr. E. E. Strickland, D. B. Kibler and

L S. Light.

The Star has a little hope that the
r school board will get together and

, give the teachers their month's salary
.. now due, instead of making them
r wait another month. The delay is go-

. ing to put a good many of them to a
great deal of inconvenience, and the
, board has no right to impose such a

, hardship on them. If any business

- house in the county tried to work such
I regulation on its employes, it would
have a strike on hand at .once, and
. our school board will probably find
that next season teachers will be more
-reluctant than ever to come to this

county.

-Alderman and President of the
- Council .Mclver, who since retiring
from, the firm of Mclver & MacKay,
has had more time of his own, devotes

- a good deal of it to city affairs, par

ticularly to finance and the light and
.water plant. Mr. Mclver says the
. city has several requests for current

from manufacturing firms located out-

- aide the city, and that as soon as the
.new turbine is in working order he
hopes the municipal plant will be able
to take care of them. He thinks, in

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ROTARY AT GAINESVILLE

(Gainesville Sun, 15th)
The Gainesville Rotary Club had a

record attendance at its banquet at
the White House last night. The hour

of. the usual weekly luncheon was

changed from. Tuesday at noon to
Monday night in honor of Dr. Charles

E. Barker, who was the guest of the
Rotary club yesterday in a series of

lectures.

Rotarians were invited from neigh

boring cities. A delegation of eight
or ... nine members' of the Ocala club

were present last night together with

a quartet of visiting Rotarians who
happened to be transient guests of the
White House. A number of citizens

and visitors to this city were also
guests of the local Rotarians.
, President William F. Baker of the
Philadelphia National s baseball team,
was an honor guest along with Dr.

Barker. Mr. Baker spoke very high highly
ly highly of the reception that, had been ac accorded
corded accorded to him on his arrival here and
also stated that he found the condi conditions
tions conditions for the training of his team fully
up to. all representations that had
been made to him. So impressed had
he been with the hospitality of this
city, he stated, that he had voluntarily
offered to Dr. Murphree as president
of the university, to stage for the ben benefit
efit benefit of the athletic association of that
institution, an exhibition game here in
the closing days of the training sea season,,
son,, season,, giving the entire proceeds of the
game to the athletic association.
President Baker assured his hear hearers
ers hearers that it was the set purpose of
those who control the baseball indus industry
try industry in this country to see that it was
cleared, throughout, of all the objec objectionable
tionable objectionable .features that had been
brought to light by recent investiga investigations.
tions. investigations. He stated that no one was
more surprised to find gambling and
intrigue of some of the players than
the club owners themselves, and that
they, were determined to get rid of all
such influences from the game at any
cost.
. Dr. Charles E. Barker, after an in informal
formal informal introduction by Dr. Murphree,

(St. Augustine Record)
Gov. Cary A. Hardee should, and in

all likelihood will, have the strenuous

support of the state press and the

incoming legislature in his efforts
to save money for Florida taxpayers.

He has already reduced the number
of convict inspectors and is showing

signs of using the pruning knife in
other departments of the state gov

ernment. There are too many boards
and bureaus and inspectors and other

attaches in the employ of the state of
Florida who have not enough to do.
They are in each other's way in some
of the departments, and it has been
estimated by one investigator with a
statistical mind that if all the state's
traveling agents were to leave Talla Tallahassee
hassee Tallahassee for' Jacksonville at the same
time it would require three solid trains

to accommodate them, and when one
begins to add up the rural school in inspectors,
spectors, inspectors, the-high school inspectors,
the convict inspectors, fertilizer in

spectors, pure food inspectors, gaso gasoline,
line, gasoline, inspectors, everglades fire war

dens, hotel inspetcors, traveling audi

tors, representatives of the extension
departments of the University of

Filorida and the State College for
Women, not to mention the citrus

canker eradicators and boll weevil ex

perts from the experiment station,
etc., it would not seem that the above
estimate was a serious exaggeration.
Most of these employes of the state
represent' good and worthy work, but
it is the idea of Mr. Hardee to com combine
bine combine some of their duties.

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Buick six Al shape; good tires, top,
etc.; price $625. S pence r-Pedrick
Motor Co, Ocala, Fla. 14-tf

NOTICE TO INCOME TAXPAYERS

TIMELY

The Fisherman: I suppose this rain
will do a lot of good, Pat?
Pat : Ye may well say that, sorr. Am
hour of ut now will do more good in
five minutes than a month of ut would
do in a week at anny other time.
Punch.

LOSS OF WEIGHT
Mineral Wells, W. Va. "I am glad
to have the privilege of recommend

ing Dr. Pierces
medicine. I was
all run-down and
In a very bad con condition.
dition. condition. Had doc doctored
tored doctored hundreds of
dollars away and
never received any
. benefit from the
doctors' medicine.
I also was oper operated
ated operated upon for fem feminine
inine feminine trouble, but

was only able to drag around, and
kept getting worse all the time. I
only weighed 115 pounds. A friend
recommended Dr. Pierce's medicine
to me so I took four bottles of the
Favorite Prescription and now I do
all my work and take care 0 four
children, and I weigh 173." MRS.
ETHEL, RICHARDS, K. FX). 1.

FORETASTE

"Yes, my doctor has put me on a
diet. It's just an hour until my din dinner
ner dinner time and I'm as hungry as a wolf.
"How long have you been on a
diet?"
"I start with my next meal."
Birmingham Age-Herald.

A deputy collector of internal reve revenue
nue revenue will be at Ocala on the following
days:
February 21, 22 and 23
for the purpose of assisting income
taxpayers of this county.
The deputy collector will be located
in the federal building. His services
will be free to income taxpayers, who
YiAl only have to call upon the deputy
to secure such information and assist assistance
ance assistance as they may require.
James M. Cathcart, -

Collector of Internal Revenue.

C. V. ROBERTS, Phone 305

BARNEY SPENCER, Phone 431

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

Office Phone 350

Ocala, Florida

217 West Broadway

A SAFE TEST

'For those who are in need of a

remedy for kidney troubles and "back "backache,
ache, "backache, it is a god plan to try Doan's

Kidney Pills. They, are strongly rec

ommended by Ocala people. Ask your
neighbor!

Mrs. Ollie Mordis, 228 Franklin

St, Ocala, says: "I had been suffer suffering
ing suffering intense pains in my kidneys.
There was hardly a day passed, but

what a dragging pain would settle

across my kidneys and my limbs

would also hurt me. My kidneys were

weak and there were other distress distressing
ing distressing kidney disorders. The different
medicines I took didn't help me and
when a friend told me to try Doan's
Kidney Pills, I did. ; After taking this
medicine the ailments soon disappear disappeared
ed disappeared and since then, L have taken
Dean's at the first symptom of each
trouble and have been quickly benefit benefited."
ed." benefited."

Price 60c. at all dealers. Don't
simply ask for a kidney remedy get
Doan's Kidney Pills the same that

Mrs. Morais had. Foster-Milburn Co,
Mfrs, Buffalo, N. Y-Adv. 4

A new lot of Powder Puffs just in

at Gerig's Drug Store. tf

TEE WMPSOK MOTEL
JACKSONVILLE, ELORTDA ;
.In the heart of the rity with Hemming Park for a front yard.
Every modern convenience in each room. Dining room service la
- second to none
ROBERT Ma' MEYER, j. e. K A VAN AUG II
Manager. Proprietor.
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4K'the best possible attea attea--
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TNSTTRANCF dr. k. j. weihe,
lliyUH-OllV-Jj Optometrist and Optician
Ocala. Florida EyesW SpecIaIlrt
ACCIDENT AUTOMOBILIC Iq gpyj
Whyorry abour the cookT ou ACCOoillug and AzlUlZZ
can eat cheaper at Hunter's Cafeteria PHONE 332
than you can at home. Don't keep
the folks waiting for you. Get your : ;
lunch down town. 12-6t Advertise In the Star.

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25c This coupon is worth 25c to you in purchasing a one dollar hot- 25c
tie of ARAPAHOE ( Indian) LAXATIVE TONIC. This together with 75c m Cash
is good for a one dollar bottle at. the drug stores whose name appears below.
After taking according to printed directions and you do not think it worth the
price you paid for it; bring back the empty bottle and we will refund the 75c.
It will work bile from your system that. is poison to your Liver and Kidneys. We vnll pzy
$500.00 reward if it gripe or makes you sick. You can eat anything desired while taking it.
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ROSES 2&&&gl FRUIT j
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Watch This Space For Qualify
FOR THOSE WHO CARE
Lettuce, Beets, Pineapple Oranies; Ecaqnats,
Tangerines, Baaasas asd Apples
Fresh new crop Walnuts, just received.'
A complete, new and fresh line of Uneeda Biscuit, Lunch
Biscuit, Vanilla Wafers, Oysterettes, Sorbetto Sandwich, Fig
Newtons and others. Fresh Vegetables, Fruits, Candies,
Cold Drinks, Cigars and Tobaccos. 1
FORT KING CONFECTIONERY
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IN HONOR OP ST. VALENTINE

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1 SIUGAE a. Hfo.
fi Irish Potatoes, per pit.
rii Lard Compound, a lb.
!!! Snowdrift, 4 lb. bucket

;h Snowdrift, 8 lb. bucket $1.40
j Crisco, 11-2 lb. can 39c
g Crisco, 3 lb. can 75c
Crisco, 6 lb. can 1.45
M Corn, No. 2 can, Maine State

Extra Quality 15c
Peas, No. 2 can, Early June
Extra Quality 20c

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Aft!

No affair of the entire season will

take precedence in charm over the re reception
ception reception yesterday afternoon at which
Mrs. W. T. Gary and Mrs. E. T. Hel Helvenston
venston Helvenston were the hostesses at the
home of the former, complimenting'
Mrs. A. L. Quaintance, Mrs. Gary's
sister, of Washington, D. C, among
the most talented asd popular matron
visitors in the city this winter, and
Mrs. James Hicks Hill, formerly an
Ocalan and still claimed as one of
our most charming and brilliant wom women.
en. women.
The lower floor of the Gary home,
advantageously arranged for affairs
of this kind, was decorated with ex exquisite
quisite exquisite taste. In all the rooms a pro profusion
fusion profusion of spring blossoms and flowers
of every description together with
palms, ferns and other greenery lent
ah artistic setting that was favorably
commented upon by every caller as
they approached the entrance into
this home, which reminded one of a
fairy woodland.
The guests began arriving about 4
o'clock and were first greeted by Mrs.
Walter Hood and Mrs. E. G. Peek at
the front door in the hall and stand

ing to the side of them were Edward
and Margaret Helvenston, to receive
the ladies' cards. From here the
guests strolled into the room to the
left, where stood the receiving line,
namely: Mrs. Gary. Mrs. Helvenston,
Mrs. Quaintance, Mrs. Hill and Mrs.
Barker, all of whom were strikingly
attired in very becoming reception
gowns. Bright and pleasant was the
time spent with these ladies, after
which Mrs. Mamie Hall cordially met
and invited them into the den for a
refreshing drink of fruit punch.' This
room was dense in greenery, and the
table from which the punch was
served was covered with a handsome
centerpiece sprinkled with orange
blossoms. Presiding at this attractive
spot were Misses Mary Piatt and

Dorothy Bauman, and Mrs. J. J.
Gerig, Mrs. J. E. Chace and Mrs.
George Ford met the guests in the
rear of the hall as they left the punch
room, to show them into the dining
loom, where Mrs. Arthur Cobb and
Mrs. George Martin received.
The dining table was covered with
an elegant Cluny lace piece and was
centered with a handsome basket filled
with pink roses, while dainty sprays
of asparagus fern fell gracefully on
different parts of the table. Pink and
white was the color motif in this room
and it was carried out in the refresh refreshments
ments refreshments of ice cream and cake and salt

ed almonds. Serving this course were

six fascinating young maidens, Fran

ces and Maude Gary, Margaret Chace,

Margaret Gerig, Fanita Cobb and

Ruth Collins, and all of whom render

ed piano selections during the after

noon, which were most enjoyable.

Mrs. E. L. Carney in her usual af

fable manner met the guests at the

door between the dining room and

parlor to introduce the following
coterie of attractive ladies: Mrs.

Powell of Lexington, Ky.. Mrs. Neil

Weathers of New York, Mrs. Nellie

Liddon of Jacksonville and Mrs. Hen

dricks, a recent new comer to Ocala,

and Mrs. Yocum, mother of Mrs. Gary
and Mrs. Quaintance.

After chatting with this receiving
line, which the guests were regretful
to leave, they departed from this home

with a spirit of obligation to the hos

tesses for delightful afternoon af afforded
forded afforded them, for such occasions as
this bring friends together and is the
means of making new acquaintances.
A GREAT SUNDAY
' SCHOOL MEETING

FIRE
PROOF

A most enjoyable occasion of the

week was the Valentine celebration
given Monday evening; by the Euta Euta-wah
wah Euta-wah class of the Methodist Sunday
school, at the home of Mrs. S. A. Phil Phillips.
lips. Phillips.

Invitations previously issued, en

closed the portion of a heart, the re recipient
cipient recipient to find a partner in the owner
of the remaining half.

The wide veranda, arranged in the

form of a boat, was illumined with

gaily colored lanterns.

Arriving, the guests were presented

with little bags of small red hearts,
which were to be forfeited during the
evening, whenever their answer hap

pened to be "yes" or "no."

There was a spinster contest, a

moving picture burlesque, a kewpie

jungle and cutting contest in which

kewpies were fashioned by the girls
and dressed by -their partners, and

finally, a hoop race.

Orangeade was served in true lov

ers' fashion, after which a race was
made for. words formed from the let

ters in the word "Valentine.- ;

Decorations were in pink, white and

green, witn many red hearts, while
hot cocoa was served with heart heart-shaped
shaped heart-shaped sandwiches.

After some choice selections on the

piano and victrola, the guests, num numbering
bering numbering about forty, left for their

homes much delighted over the merry
outing given in honor of good old St.
Valentine.

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For the next THIRTY DAYS we will sell most
of the articles in our store at and below cost.
We have many hardware articles that we will
let go below cost, come in and get our prices.
We are selling bean seed at cost. Wax beans
and Black Valetine at $10 per bushel, other green

beans at $9.00 a bushel, in ten and fifteen bushel
V lots we will cut these prices.
We still have a few remnnnrsnf rrrlrArv anrl

enamel ware we will almost give away.
Pocket-knives 25 per cent below cost.
We are selling out of these things, get our
prices. We have stock powders, Fenole and disin-

& cheap, one Royal Typewriter, one Neostyle, two

pair of scales, four bins for grocery store, one office
desk, one seed cleaning machine and several
other useful articles.-

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THE REVIVAL

Evangelist W. E; Harlow preaches

his closing sermon at 7:30 tonight.
The church feels grateful to have been
able to bring such an able man to
Ocala. The series of sermons deliver delivered
ed delivered during the last ten days has been
worthy of any cause and a hearing by
any. people and all who attended have
been instructed and inspired to' higher
and nobler purposes.

Prof. McDonald's solos have been

of a' high order and much enjoyed. He

has been supported by a splendid choir
to which we are cordially thankful for

faithfulness. ' '

We wish also to express our appre appreciation
ciation appreciation and thanks to the Evening
Star for. giving room for our notes
and to the pastors and churches that
dismissed prayer' meetings in; the in interests
terests interests of the revival, and especially
to the Main street church of Jackson Jacksonville
ville Jacksonville for lending us its paston

Come out tonignt and let us nave a
full house and a great service, a fit fitting
ting fitting close to this splendid series of

meetings. J. G. Waggoner, Pastor.
WEEKLY LUMBER REPORT

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Negotiable Storage Receipts Issued on Cotton, Automobile. Etc.

LONG DISTANCE MOVING
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MOVE, PACK, SHIP
LIVE STOCK,
PIANOS, BAGGAGE,
MACHINERY,
FURNITURE, ETC

Mr. E. B. Quick, regional secretary
of Sunday school work of Florida,
Georgia, North and South Carolina,
holds a meeting at the Christian
church tomorrow, Thursday, evening,
at 7:45 o'clock. He is an unusually
strong expert and will bring a mes message
sage message and suggestions that will be very
valuable.
All Sunday school officers and teach

ers, and .others interested in Ocala,

are cordially invited to attend. Such

opportunities must be taken as they

come, or be lost. Come, let us fill the

house. J. G. Waggoner, Pastor..

YOUNG-MEKMM CO.
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Licensed under the laws of the State of Florida

Surveys

Highways

Plats
Drainage

Reports
Phosphate

Capt. Edward Drake is associated
with us and in charge of our Phos Phosphate
phate Phosphate v Mine and Plant Department.

OHIces, 33-34 Holder Bldg.
OCALA, FLORIDA

Ffcoae No. 543

FORETOLD

The cub reporter was grinding out
a W VI 1A.

a marriage notice, jinauy ne Drougm

it up and laid it on the city editor's

desk:

"Mr. and Mrs. Blank announce to today
day today the marriage of their daughter to

take place next Monday

"Huh," grunted the editor, -you
cant say they announced a marriage

yet to take place.

Again the cub jabbed away at his

typewriter. And when he broughtit

back this time is read:

"Mr. and Mrs. Blank predicted to

day the marriage of their daughter.
New York Evening Post.

Each week shows some gain in the

lumber market, according to the Am

erican Lumberman, tho the volume of
sales continues below normal for this
season of the year. Retail lumbermen
in various sections of the country are
putting forth more effort to stimulate

business than for many months and
an unusual feature of this is the lib liberal
eral liberal advertising space being taken in

many communities by them. '

Production remains at very low
ebb, so that altho orders placed have

not been up to normal the orders so

far booked by the producers have ex

ceeded the amount of lumber produc

ed. Stocks on hand at shipping

points, therefore, are being gradually
1 educed and it is becoming increasing

ly difficult to place orders for mixed

items.' On the Pacific coast in the

Douglas fir territory there is a good

deal of lumber which still may be ob

tained at bargain prices because the

material was produced when sawing

upon other orders and is of a charac

ter, grade or working, not in great

demand today. In the South there is

some stock of a like character, but

there the market is brisker and

firmer tendency in quotations is to be

noted, with here and there an in

crease in price on some items in par

ticular demand. x

Because so many of the mills are

shut down and because production is

at such low ebb it is becoming very
difficult indeed to place orders for
special cutting stock. This means

that the market is firm for timbers

and lumber of this class and so far

as this end of the business goes it

to be liking of the producers. General

ly lumber prices, however, vary con

siderably and while there is a firmer
tendency in the market, it is still
possible for buyers to obtain real
bargains.

FOR SALE

A small electric motor and an air
pump or compressor. Address Box
eC9. Ocala. Fla. 14-4t

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Meal and Grits, 7 lbs. 25c. 15 lbs. 50c
Whole Rice 10 lbs. $1.00
Blue Rose Rice 3 lbs. 25c 6 lbs. 50c 15 lbs. $1.09
No. 2 Tomatoes. 2 for 25c. 3 for 35c, 6 for 65c
Lard Compound, per pound, 15c
Pure Lard (bulk) 1 lb. 25c, 2 lbs, 45c, 5 lbs. 31.09
Argo Starch, Octagon Soap. P fit G Soap.
3 for 25c, 1 dozen for 95c
Irish Potatoes, per peck, 50c
Sugar. Cane Syrup, drawn from barrel,
1 qucut 30c, y2 gallon 55c, 1 gallon 51.00
Sealed Sugar Cane Syrup, qt. cans 40c, 2 for 75c
Navy Beans. 3 lbs. 25c
Lima Beans 2. lbs. 25c
Fresh Eggs, all guaranteed, market price.
Henry Clay and Apex Flour, the best plain and
Self Rising Flour made.
Klim in 1 lb. 2 lb. and 5 lb. packages.
We do not undercharge on one item and
over charge on another, but make each thing
carry its own profit. Can it be fair any other
way? Oar delivery service is for you to use, it
does not cost you any more if you order amounts
to $1.00 or more.
FAIOERS' EXCHANGE STORE
Merchants Block Phone 163

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4 TFiFe Prices Reduced
DIAMOND Non-Skid, 30x3. Q7 Aft
old price $20.00. now.... ViU
- DIAMOND Plain. 30x3. Aft
old price $17.60. now...... 9tMW
6,000 Mile Guarantee
FEDERAL, FISK AND DIAMOND TUBES
NEW PRICES Overhauling Ford motor $16.

Overhauling Ford rear end. $5 for time.
Grinding Ford valves. $3.
' MXIE GARAGE
JAS. ENGESSER, Proprietor

Phone 258 West Broadway

NOTICE

February 16th, 1921.
The annual meeting of the stock stockholders
holders stockholders of Kheinauer A Co. will be
held at the office of the company on
March 8th, at 8 p. to elect officers
and attend to any other business that
may come before the meeting. r
16-tf W. A. Wgda, Secy.
STANDARD KAOLIN CO.

The annual general meeting of the
stockholders of the Standard Kaolin
Company will be held at its office in
Leesburg, Florida, at J:S0 p. m. on
the 9th day of March, 1921.
H. A. Budd,
2-ie-wed-St Secretary.

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DC ALA EVENING STAR, WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 16, 1321

CALA OCCURRENCES

If you have any
phone .to five-one.

society .items,

Mrs. M. Chenowith of Lake Wei?
was visiting friends in the city yes yesterday.
terday. yesterday.

We are now showing a pretty line
of brand new Spring Millinery. All the
latest modes and style. STYLE HAT
SHOP. 15-2t

Mrs. L. N. Green will entertain
about a dozen friends this .evening in
honor of Mrsi James Hill and Miss
Katherine Wilheit of Washington, Ga.

After attending the movies, Mrs.
Green will entertain her guests at her

home for a social hour.

Miss Musie Bullock leaves Friday
for Gainesville to spend several days
with friends.

Don't fail to visit the. Guarantee
Clothing & Shoe Company. Every Everything
thing Everything we sell is guaranteed. We're
(ighting for QUALITY- not prices, tf
Messrs. Hooper and Folks, the Ju Juliette
liette Juliette commissary men, are among the
visitors in the city today.

Don't fail to visit the Guarantee

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

fighting for QUALITY not prices, tf

Miss Billie Childress of Atlanta has

arrived in Ocala to make this citjr her

future home. Miss Childress is ex- i

perienced in beauty parlor work, hav

ing had charge of one of Atlanta's

fashionable parlors and she will now

take full charge of this department!

of Mr. Stirling Hooper's shop on Fort

King avenue.

' Mr. H. J. Green and Mr. T. J. Perry
of Citra were well known business

visitors in the city yesterday.

All the late shades and styles in

Gage and Criterion hats are now on
display in the big spring line of mil

linery at the Style Hat Shop. 15-2t

Mr. Alvis Williams of Alabama, left

this afternoon for points south after

several days visit in the city.

Cabbage and lettuce plants for sale.

H. P. Bitting & Co.

9-tf

Mr. Herman Hodge of the Hodges

Motor Co. of Gainesville, was a busi

ness visitor to the city yesterday.

No one has ever denied it, but we
want to impress on Ocalans that Fed

eral bread is the best made Federal
Bakery, Ocala House block. 15-6t

The Eastern Star sewing circle en

joyed a meeting with Mrs. G. T. Con-

drey yesterday afternoon at her home

east of the Ocala Country Club. There

was a good attendance and a musical

program was rendered which proved

most enjoyable, a At the conclusion of
several hours spent chatting and sew

ing, Mrs. Condrey served refresh

ments of sandwiches, tea and cake.

Young Daughter: But, mother, I'm

eld enough now to wear short skirts!

New York World.

Chiropractic, a sure and safe and

s&ne way to perfect health. See Dr.
Kiplinger at the Ocala House. 14-3t

At the supper at the Civic League

club house in Belleview Friday night

there will be on display articles of eve

ry description and the proceeds will

go toward improvement of the club

house. The following menu will be
seived: Escalloped oysters, chicken
patty, mashed potatoes, cabbage salad,
baked beans, brown bread, sliced
bread, butter, cake, pie, coffee and tea.

As a "strengthening tonic there is

nothing better than Nux and Iron
Tonic Tablets, $1 per bottle of 100

tablets at Gerig's Drug Store. Guar-

antted or money back. tf

Mr. Orlando Fletcher, of East Sal Salamanca
amanca Salamanca N. Y., is a guest of his aunt,
Mrs. B. E. Turner of Alvarez street.

If your grocer does not furnish you

FEDERAL bread, call at the bakery
in the Ocala House block. 15-6t

The class in Florida history will
meet Friday afternoon at 4 o'clock in instead
stead instead of Thursday, at the high school
building.

At the regular weekly meeting yes

terday afternoon the Rotary Club had
as 'guests Mr. C. A. Tremere. the

Belleview merchant, Mr. Ralph Mose

ley, a Rotarian from Columbus, Ga.,
and Mr. R. V. C. Smith, who was with

Mr. W. T. Gary in the Y. M. C. A. ser service
vice service in France. All made good talks

and their presence was much appre

ciated by the club.

It is cheaper to eat at the Cafe Cafeteria
teria Cafeteria than it is to prepare the food
at home. Try it. ; 12-6t

Mr. H. G. Shealy is spending this
week at Orlando, attending a meet

ing of county superintendents of pub

lic instruction.

Nux and Iron Tablets will tone up

the sytsem and give you strength.

Bottles of 100 at one dollar each at
Gerig's Drug Store. tf

Mrs. J. A. Walker and mother, Mrs.

Martin with a party of friends from
Woodmar, were shoppers in the city

for the day.

Nunnally's and Liggett's Candies
reduced to ONE DOLLAR the pound,

at Gerig's Drug Store. tf

The Gordon property in the south southern
ern southern part of the city has been sub subdivided
divided subdivided and will be sold at auction
within a few days.

The exceptionally bright and gay

colors in spring millinery are all rep

resented at the Style Hat Shop's new

display now on. 15-2t

The friends of Mrs. Mary Williams

and daughter, Miss Aurie, regret to

learn that they expect to leave Mon Monday
day Monday for Jacksonville, which city they

will make their home. Mrs. Williams

has lived in Ocala sinca a little girl
and her daughter, was born and raised
here. Their friends will miss them
greatly, but wish for them happiness
and success in their new home.

If you want bean seed way below
cost go to the Ocala Seed Store to

get them.

1

2-12-tf

Pie that is all pie and as good as it
looks at Hunter's Cafeteria, 10c. 6t

Mrs. Frank Tracy of Pensacola,
state president of the United Daugh Daughters
ters Daughters of the Confederacy, will arrive in
Ocala tomorrow afternoon to be a
guest at the home of Mr. and Mrs.

Raymond B. Bullock. A meeting of

Dickison Chapter, U. D. C, will be

held Friday Thursday evening at the

home of Mrs. Tracy's hostess, and all

members of the chapter are urged to

attend.

Mr. Charles A. Tremere, merchant,
postmaster and general all around
hustler of BeJJeview, is among the
business visitors in the city today.

If you want plow stocks, plows,
pocket knives, traces, single trees,

other hardware and crockery cheap,

go to the ucaia seed store, we are

selling out. 2-12-tf

Miss Lucille Robinson will leave

Friday for Gainesville to attend some
of the fraternity dances that are be

ing given by the university students

this week.

The Ocala people who have not tried
Federal Bakery cinnamon rolls have

something to look forward to. They're
delicious. 15-6t

Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Taylor, Mrs. G

S. Scott and their visitors, Mrs. De-

Witt Blew and Miss Margaret Hall

man and Mr. W. D. Taylor left this

morning in the former's car for
few days visit to Tampa.

W. K. Lane, M. D, physician and

furgeon, specialist eye, ear, nose and
throat. OEce over 5 and 10 cent store,

Ocala, Fla. Adv. tf

Mr. John Stevens, wife and child of
Crystal River were in town today, on

their way to Fort McCoy, where they

will attend the fiftieth wedding anni

versary of Mr. Stevens' parents, Mr.
and Mrs. John W. Stevens.

Don't fail to visit the Guarantee

Nothing & Shoe Company. Every

hing we sell is guaranteed. We're

.ghting for QUALITY not prices, tf

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. E. Sage, K. of R. & S.
ODDFELLOWS

Tulula Lodge No. 22, L O. O.

meets every Tuesday evening at the

Odd Fellows hall at the corner of
Fort King Ave. and Osceola street. A
warm welcome always extended to

visiting brothers.

T. a Carter, N. G.
H. R. Luff man. Secretary.

MARION-DUNN MASONIC LODGE

Marion-Dunn Lodge No. 19, F. & A.

M., meets on the first and third

thursday evenings of each month at

7:30 o'clock until further notice.

J. R. Dey, W. M.
B. H Adams, Secretary.

FORETASTE

"Yes, my doctor has put me on a
diet. It's just an hour until my din-

INCOME TAX FACTS

YOU SHOULD KNOW
Numerous inquiries have been re

ceived by the bureau of internal reve

nue concerning the items to be in

cluded under "gross income" in the

1920 income tax returns. Correct un understanding
derstanding understanding of the term is of para paramount
mount paramount importance to the taxpayer, as

it is the. basis upon which the return

is made.

Income is defined by the revenue act

to include "gains, profits and income

derived from salaries, wages, or per

sonal compensation, or from profes

sions, vocations, trades, business, com

merce, or sales or dealings in proper

ly; also from interest, rents, divi dividends,
dends, dividends, securities, or in the transaction

of any business carried on for gain

or profit, and income derived from any

source whatever." Practically every

dollar received by the taxpayer dur

ing the year 1920 must be shown in

his" return as gross income.. In arriv

ing at net income, upon which the tax
is assessed, the taxpayer is allowed
certain specified deductions, such as

business expenses, losses, and depre depreciation,
ciation, depreciation, which will be fully explained
later.

Wage Earner's Tax Returns

Taxpayers may be divided into four

general classes the wage earner or

salaried class, business, professional,
and agriculture. Any form of com

pensation for personal services ren

dered by the wage earner is income,
including salaries, wages, commis

sions, fees and bonuses, pensions paid
retired employees, and tips. Payment

for personal services may be paid for

partly in cash and partly in board and
lodging. In this event a fair value

must be placed on the room and meals,

and the amount reported as income.

. ...

Promissory notes received in pay

ment for services, and not merely as

security for such payments, constitute

income to the amount of their fair

market value. When services are paid

for in something other than money,

the fair-, market value of the thing
taken in payment is the amount to be

included as income.

If the services were rendered at i

stipulated price, in the absence of evi

dence to the contrary such price wil

be presumed to be .the fair value o:
the compensation received. Compensa

tion credited to a taxpayer's account

and subject to withdrawal must be re

ported as income whether actually re

ceived or not.

The gross income of the usual busi

ness consists of the gross profit on
sales, together with income from "other
sources. The return must show the
gross sales, purchases, and cost of
goods sold. To reflect net income cor correctly,
rectly, correctly, and to ascertain gross income

inventories are necessary at the be beginning
ginning beginning and end of each taxable year.

The lawyer, doctor, architect, actor,

author, dentist, clergyman and other
professional man must include in his

return of "gross income all fees, sal

aries and other compensation for pro professional
fessional professional services.

Return by Farmers
The farmer is required to report as

gross income all profits derived from
the sale or exchange of farm products.

including crops and live stock whether

produced on the farm or purchased

end resold. Where farm produce is
exchanged for groceries, merchandise,

or other articles the fair market value
of the article must be reported as in income.
come. income. A farmer who rents his farm
on the' crop-share basis must report

such income for the year in which the
crops are sold. Profit derived from
the sale or rental of farm lands must
be reported. s

Within the meaning of the revenue
act the term "farm" includes stock,
dairy, poultry, fruit and truck farms;
also ranches, plantations, and all land
vsed for farming operations. Indi Individuals,
viduals, Individuals, partnerships or corporations
that operate or manage farms for
profit, either as owners or tenants, are
designated farmers.
Every taxpayer is required to in

clude in his return or gross income

the following items:

Interest received on notes and de deposits
posits deposits in banks, including savings

banks.

Cash dividend on stock, ihe su supreme
preme supreme court decided in March, 1920,

that stock dividends were not taxable

Profits from the sale of such stock,
however, are taxable income for the

year in which received. Only divi divi-dens
dens divi-dens paid out of earnings or profits
accrued since March 1, 1913, are tax taxed.
ed. taxed. Profits received from the sale of
property, real or personal. If the prop property
erty property was purchased prior to March 1,
1913, the profit is based on the differ difference
ence difference between the selling price and the
fair market price or value as of March
1. 1913.
Partnership profits; partnerships as
such are not subject to the income tax,
but each individual partner must pay

a tax on the income from such part-

jnership. Partnerships are required to

render a return on form 1065.
Royalties from mines, "oil3 and gas

Are You In a Rundown Condition ?
Does Your Headache ?
Elgin. Tenn. '"I can say that Dr.
Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery

and his 'Pleas 'Pleasant
ant 'Pleasant Pellets have
been the means
of restoring my
health. I was
weak and run rundown,
down, rundown, had sick
headaches, and
my kidneys were
all out of order.
It was & misery

for me to walk
around. I bena

Pierce's medicine and they pot m
on the road to good health right
away. I want to speak a good word
for Dr. Pierce's remedies to all suf sufferers."
ferers." sufferers." HARRISON SHEPARD,
R. P. D. L Box 18.
Sold by druggists for fifty years.

V 9 Sv j

'r.v,

REVERSAL OF FORM

IS

NOTICE

The Last Night to Dear

EVANGELISTS
Harlow:
and

McDonald
Christian Church

; 7:30 p.m.
Come and Hear

IK CLASSIFIED

ADVERE55Z33IS
WANTED, LOST, FOUND, F02
SALE, FOR RENT AND SIM SIMILAR
ILAR SIMILAR LOCAL NEEDS

Rates: Six lines, .maximum, one time,
25c; three times, 50c; six times, 75c;
one month, $3- Payable in advance.

Mr. G. B. Overton is now our

funeral director and embalmer. Night

:hone 515, day phone 47.-

i:5-tf George MacKay & Company.

OCALA LODGE No. 286, B.P.O.L

3IERO-COLA WOODYARD We ara
prepared to furnish oak or pint
wood for either stove or fireplace
on short notice. We deliver your
money's worth promptly. Give as
trial order. Chero-Cola Woodyard,
phone 167. 26-lxa
FOR SALE We have a surplus of
fifty head of horses and mules for
sale. You can find stock suitable
for any purpose by applying at the
stables. Anthony Farms, Anthony,
Fla. 18-tf

I

fMfirTiTTTItTI

5
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Ocala Lodge No. 286, Benevolent

and Protective Order of Elks, meets

the second and fourth Tuesday eve-

rings of each month. Visiting breth

ren always welcome. Lodge rooms
upstairs over Troxler's and the Book

Shop, 113 Main street.

C Y. Miller, E. R.

.7
Funeral bireciurs
and E-nLn liners
Two Licensed Embalmers
Motor Funeral Cars
Private Morgue and Chapel
Day Phone 47
Night Phone 515
G. B. Overton, Manager
!;i;:mnittmi!!!ii;:;;;::::;;;r;itrer

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 Sta.

Phone 112. 1-19-lm

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. 6-tf
FOR RENT Several large and com comfortably
fortably comfortably furnished rooms. Phone

w or call at 504 Ukiawaha ave avenue.
nue. avenue. -9-Ct

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

CREAM. 29-tf

SPRING
CHAPEAUX
m
.
EXQUISITE AND DIS DISTINCTIVE
TINCTIVE DISTINCTIVE MODELS
From Famous Paris and
American Ateliers
at the
AFFLECK ( r
MILLINERY
PARLOR
111 E. Broadway Broadway-Near
Near Broadway-Near the Western Union

WILLIAM A. TINSMAN

CONTRACTOR
Estimates Given Free

Phone 526 Ocala, Fla.

L. ALEXANDER

PRACTICAL CARPENTER AND

BUILDER
Careful estimates made cn all con

tract work. Gives more and better
work fr the money than any other

contractor in the city.

FOR SALE 6-room cottage in good
locality, seven blocks south of Ocala
courthouse; large corner lot with
shade and fruit trees, garage, etc
Real bargain price for cash, or (300
down, and balance $25 monthly. J.
, T. Miller, owner, ,1641 Liberty St.,
. Jacksonville, Fla. 9-8t

FOR SALETwo splendid Jersey

cows. Write L. K. Edwards, Irvine,
Fla. 10-t

rVVVVT4TTTTT

$ LET MILD YOU Ai

. BliliGiSLOW
Select your own lot and
plans. Terms: half cash,
-balance like rent. Call and
talk it over with us.
RAY & THOMSON
Abstract Building

NEEDHAM MOTOR CO.

General Auto Repairing

and Storage
Gasoline, Oils and Grease
Agents for

SCRIPPS-BOOTH SIX

Oklawaha Ave. &. Orange St

Phone 252

FOR SALE Late model visible type

writer, fine condition. Address,
Typewriter, care Star. ll-t

J

FOR SALE Goober seed. $1.75 per

bushel under 10 bushel lots; 10 bu.
and over, $1.70 per bu; 32 pounds
to the bushel. J. J. Bottelman, Sum Sum-merfield,
merfield, Sum-merfield, Fla Route A. ll-t

FOR SALE Two two-story, six-room

cottages. Eighth St., near high
school. Stephen Jewett, P. O. box
192, Savannah, Ga. ll-6t

FOR SALE 150 rods of woven fence

wire, eight loads of stable fertilizer,
1000 boards, 3000 stalks of Jap
cane, lots of good posts, also house-"
hold furniture. All cheap for cash.

Apply to Cora Johnson, Ocala, or
see home back of fair grounds. t

FOR SALE Twenty months old Poland-China
male. Sired by "Wonder
Buster Jr." Will sell very reasonable
as I am going out of the hog raisin;
business. S. P. Lamb, Anthony,
Fla. li-3t

MONEY TO LOAN $750 to loan on
' city property for a client. D. Kiel
Ferguson. 14-tf

J. D. DAWKINS

ALL KINDS OF

FRESH MEATS, FISH

and OYSTERS
EVERY

TUESDAY and FRIDAY

Phone 519
111 W. Broadway

CYLINDER REBOREVG
MACHINE
For All Cars

JFFICIENT WORKMEN,

PROMPT SERVICE
REASONABLE CHARGES
GEO. J. WILLIAMS
Formerly Carroll Motor Company
Garage, Osceola St.

Phone 597 Night 403

FOR SALE New Ford touring car,
driven from the factory. Price $500.
See W. A. Hamilton, 507 Second
street. 16-St

LOST Tuesday night between the
Christian church and Mrs. Whaley's
home, one amber chain which be belongs
longs belongs to set of furs. Return to Mrs.
S. R. Whaley and receive reward. It

LOST An Amazon cord tire 35x4
with rim complete; between Dun
nellon and Stokes bridge. Suitable
reward will be paid finder. Commr
nieate with Jack Crile, Inverness,
Fla. 6-St

STOMACH TROUBLES

i.

ner time and I'm as hungry as a wolf. wells, copyrights and franchises. In-
w 1 am n

How long" have you been on a: come received from fiduciaries; that

diet?"
"I start with my next meal."-

- Birmingham Age-Herald.

J is, amounts received from incomes of

estates, trusts, etc, through trustees,

administrators and executors.

(adits Lady Had ScmetHag like

Indigestion Until, Sne Took
Black-Drangut, Then
Got All Rigit

tberfs a 'maw
in
REPAIRING TIRES
PROPERLY

but years of experence have taught
us the trick. When yours- give
you troble call us.
BLALOCK BROS.
VULCANIZING
Ocala I louse Block
PHONE 78 J j

Seymour, Ind. "Some time ago I
had a sick spell, something like Indi Indigestion
gestion Indigestion writes Mrs. Clara Peacock, of
Route 6, this place. "I would get very
sick at the stomach, and spit or vomit,
especially In the mornings.
"Then I began the use of Thedforda
Black-Draught, after I had tried other
medicines. The Black-Draught re relieved
lieved relieved me more than anything that I
took, and I got all right
-I haven't found anything better
than Black-Draught when suffering
from trouble caused by constipation.
It Is easy and sure. Can be taken in
small doses or large as the case calls
When you have sick stomach. Indi Indigestion,
gestion, Indigestion, headache, constipation, or
other disagreeable symptoms, take
Black-Draught to help keep your
-'system free from poison.
i Thedford's Black-Draught Is made
from purely vegetable Ingredients,
acts la a gentle, natural way, and has
no bad after-effects. It may be safely
taken by young or old.
Get a package of Black-Draught to to-!ay.
!ay. to-!ay. Insist on the genuine, Thedford's.
At your druggist's. NC-113

Republics are forgetful. If a gallant
doughboy did put on his hero medal
and wore it downtown people would
think he was a delegate to some two-by-four
convention. Cincinnati En-i
erairer.

iurnnoi SCHEDULES
Arrival and departure of puses;
trafns at OCALA UNION STATION,
The following schedule figures pub
li&hed ss information and not guar guaranteed.
anteed. guaranteed. (Eastern Standard Time)
SEABOARD AIR LINE RAILSOAJ
Lesrv AxrfrO"

:15 am Jacksonville-N'York 2:13 1
:55 pm Jacksonville l&ts

:17 pm Jacksonville
Tampa-
2:15 am x Manatee-
St. Petersburg
:15 am Tampa
2:15 am Manatee-

:05 pm Tampa-St. Petrsbrg 4:17 pa

ATLANTIC COAST LINE XL XL
Leave Arrtr
2:12 pm Jacksonville-N'York 2:43 tSk
1:45 pm JksonvQle-Gainsville 3:25 p
6:42 am Jksonville-G nerrilie 10:13 pa
2:43 am StPetibrg-Lakeland 2:12
3:35 pm St.Petsbrg-Lakelan4 1:25 3
7:10 am Dunnellon-Wikcx
7:25 am DuneHon-Lkeland 11:C3
3:25 pm Homosu&i 1:33 psx
10:13pm LeesbuTg 6:42 ma
4:45pm Gainesville 4 11:50 tJi
Monday, Wednesday, Friday.
Tuesday, Thursday. Saturday.

4:15 pes
2:10 aa

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