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Thii afternoon, 74.
OCALA, FLORIDA, TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 15. 1921
C.1IIEI IKIIIG Oil OFFICIALS
III SUpOSTIIIE WAITS
Harding and Haya are in Close Con-Utica Men Hare Found a Trap that
ference Orer "Political
No Yegg Will Dare
St. Augustine, Feb. 15 Harding
and Hays got down to brass tacks to today
day today in a conference on the make-up
Pontiac, Mich.. Feb. 15. Two rob
bers blew the safe in the Bank of
Utica near here early today but were
f 3a Mhine and first steDs of the driven back. by a wave of mustard
coming administration. Hays is gen-1 .as placed in the vault. The men
erally considered as the likely choice! fled empty handed. The can of gas
A CASE FOR JUDGE LYNCH
had been placed in the vault by bank
officials in such a position that it was
broken open with the door was forced.
; (Associated Press)
Houston, Feb. 15. An unidentified
man entered the Blue Ridge State
Bank of Hobby, near here, today, beat
the cashier to death and escaped with
all the money in the bank except
$10,000. The bank was chartered
SHOTS WERE WASTED
OUTBREAK OF TRAMPS
IN NEW SOUTH WALES
(Associated Press V
Sydney, N. S. W., Feb. 15. During
a demonstration or unemployed here
today. Sir W. E. Davidson, governor,
vras mobbed and a detachment of po police
lice police stoned.
WQH'T LAST L
one! Ill OLD IRELAIID
In this Session of Parliament, All the j Conflict Waging Fiercely at Kinsale.
Factions Opposed to Him Will Sinn Fein Members of Par-
Join Forces liament Arrested1
(Associated Press) j (Associated Press)
London, Feb. 15. New political Belfast,,Feb. 15 A passenger train
alignments and proposed legislative i carrying troops is reported to have
end governmental issues of tremen-jbeen ambushed near Kinsale by Sinn
dous import were foreshadowed when j Feiners armed with bombs and rifles,
parliament reassembled today. Op-! It is believed there were many cas cas-pesition
pesition cas-pesition to Premier Lloyd George jualties on both sides,
seemed to have reached a climax and ; .FIGHT GOING ON
it appeared the stability of the cabi- Five mafe passengers. one woman
net would be given a crucial test be- jrassenger and two members of the
fore final adjournment next summer. jIrish repubiican army were killed to-
jriay when a passenger train carrying
i troops was ambushed near Kinsale by
1 upublican forces armed with bombs
queen of the' nH Si soidi,rs. two railway
high school carnival is now open. Th,officials and twQ womm passen-e
ballot box is at the Court Pharmacy raK- n.n,,nM .nJ vrl
The contest for the
ON BOTH SIDES
VOTES FOR WOMEN
IN FARTHER INDIA
Bobbers Driven Off at Edgefield, S. C,
But Took Money with
Edgefield, S. C, Feb. 15. Three
robbers blew the safe in the postofSce
here after midnight and escaped with
71600 in stamps and cash after a run-
ring pistol fight with policeman and
watchman. There were no casualties.
Rangoon, British India, Feb. 15.
The legislative council of Burma has
adopted unanimously a resolution de
manding the granting of the vote to
WENT BACK ON HIS WORD
BIRTH BATE HIGH IN BRITAIN
Duplicity of the Ruler of the Indian
State of Tonk Caused a x
Sonus Headway Made During the
Past Year Toward Repairing.
Ravages of War
London, Feb. 15. A revolution has
broken out in the Indian state of
Tonk, says a Reuters dispatch from
Allahabad. After aereeincr to the de-
( Associated Press) I ftf tha nn1 the MnhnmmP.
London, Feb. 15 Births in England dan juler ef the district arrested the
and waies during izu reacnea me leaders of the movement. whereuDon
highest figure ever recorded and tneiriotm broke ou State troons ai
i t- .... I ...
oeam ws. was wr iwwcai, actively engaged and the people are
u oraciai reports, f eeine toward British territory.
. AMONG SOCIALISTS
DECISION DOESNT HELP US
(Associated Press) I Jacksonville, Seb. 15. A man's pri-
Rome, Feb. 15. One socialist wasVate stock of liquor stored in his own
lulled and three members of the ex-J house for his own use is not to be dis dis-treme
treme dis-treme nationalist party were wounded torbed by officers of the law. .Such
during a melee yesterday near Flor-Jwas the ruling in court here yesterday
ence. I by Judge W. I. Grubb, who ordered
the return of some 300 quarts of liq-
DEADLY EXPLOSION uors to C. A. Munn of Palm Beach,
AT DUSSELDORF ffiom whose home the liquor was taken
by officers of the law Sept. 18, 1920.
Dusseldorf, Germany, Feb. 15.
Thirteen persons were killed in an
explosion in a fireworks factory here
yesterday. The building was destroy
German Steel More Honest than
Men Who Forged It
JOHN CAMPBELL LITTLE
V 1 4
may oe casi mere. Any i,,th-rs si5rhtlv. The soldiers on the
one is eligible to vote as many times train repUed to the fire amJ a fierce
ss he chooses at ten cents a vote andjlattle fouowed.
the contest closes Saturday nieht.'
The following names have been placed LI AM ENT ARRESTED
in nomination and have received the
number of votes indicated in the high j Belfast, Feb. 15. Twenty members
school. You may vote for these orjr tne lnsn binn ein delegation to
ANY OTHER GIRL OF THE HIGH;thc British parliament are under ar ar-SCHOOL.
SCHOOL. ar-SCHOOL. rest. The twentieth members, N. J.
Elizabeth Bennett 27
Ilubye Edwards 15
Jess Dehon .
Crowley, a member for the north di-
vision of Kerry, was arrested in Dub Dublin
lin Dublin yesterday.
i John Walter Neisler and Miss Bar Bar-jbara
jbara Bar-jbara Winifred Waters were joined in
j marriage Monday afternoon at the
-Baptist parsonage, Dr. C. L. Collins
officiating. Just a -small company of
mate friends witnessed the cere-
Mrsr-A. J. Ellis, aired 33. of Citra. S monv' which characterized by a
died in this city this morning at seven sPirit of Valentine day. Mr. Neisler
o'clock, after a short illness The!" one of Ocala's popular young men,
MRS. A. J. ELLIS
funeral services will be held tomor-
iow morning at 10 o'clock from the
Methodist church at Citra. Mrs. Eli Eli-lis
lis Eli-lis was a much beloved young woman
of Citra and her death has cast a
wave of sadness over that section.
Roberts & Spencer have charge of the
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
while the bride is well known both in
Ocala and Kendrick. All their friends
extend heartiest congratulations and
BUSINESS WOMAN'S CLUB
There will be a meeting tonight at
8 o'clock of the Business Woman's
Club. A full attendance of members
is urged; There will be discussed
topics of vital interest to the club,
after which a social time will be en enjoyed.
joyed. enjoyed. Donnie Sims, Reporter.
PLOT TO DL017 DP
Believed that Man Arrested ai Wash Washington
ington Washington this Morning One of a
- Gang of Conspirators
. (Associated Press)
Washington Feb. 15. A naval en
listed man is under arrest at the navy
yard here in connection with the al
leged plot to blow up the presidential
yacht Mayflower. Secret Service ope
ratives and local police working on
the case are proceeding on the theory
that the plot may have extended to
the shop and other vessels at the yard.
CONTINUE TO STOP SHORT
The Seaboard southbound local to
day stopped at its usual place, where
the passengers in the rear car could
jump off in the coal pile. Wouldn't it
bejiell to have the railroad men rule
Get your candy at the old price of
one dollar per pound at Ceng's Drug
Store. Nunnally's and Lirgett's. tf
You get what you want and you
get it quick at Hunter's Cafeteria. 6t
SOUTH DAKOTA OFFERS
v PERSONAL LIBERTY BILL
It is to be Hoped that Our Southern
Neighbors Hat Been Prop Properly
erly Properly Impressed
Panama, Feb. 15. The United
States Atlantic and Pacific fleets ar arrived
rived arrived here last night after completing
their joint maneuvers off the west
coast of South America.
GERMANS WILL SEEK
HOMES IN AMERICA
Star ads. bring in shekels..
( Assoc ia tea press)
New York, Feb. 14. A German war
plot that failed was revealed here yes-
The funeral services of good oldlterday. Four defective bolts, taken
"Grandfather Little took place at 41 from the machinery of the transport
o'clock Monday afternoon, and the re-1 Mount Vernon, told the tale. They
mains were laid to rest in the Barnes' (were discovered by the engineering
graveyard some six miles south of (forces of Commander R. D. Gatewood,
tewn. Present were his two sons,! director of the shipping board's di vis-
Marion M. and Will H. Little, mem-lion of construction and repairs and
ters of their families and a great placed on exhibition at his office,
many friends. Rev. C. W. White offi- Here is the story: After the Mount
ciated. Roberts & Spencer had charge Vernon, formerly the Kronprinz Essen
ef the arrangements. Cecile, the famous "gold ship" that
Mr. Little was born' in Edgefield, S.l raced into Bar Harbor in the early
C, ninety-four years ago. He came of j days of the war, had been seized as a
a long-lived family. His father was troop ship, her German crew cut two-
103 years old, his sister ninety-eight I thirds of the way through the four
and his brother ninety-five. He came six-inch bolts that connected the en en-wvth
wvth en-wvth his family to Florida in the sev-Jgines with the main crank shaft. The
enties, then returned to Gainesville, j skillfully-made cuts remained hidden
.Ga where they made their home until j by the fittings of the engines and
about 1885, when they returned to J were only discovered recently when
Florida to stay. the engines were taken apart.
For the past few years Mr. Little J It is to be presumed that in certain
has been rather feeble, and has made J American detention camps were train train-his
his train-his home with one of his sons, Mr. led German engineers who waited
Will H. little, at his farm south of J eagerly for reports which did not
town. He was a very highly esteemed I come of r something happening to tne
eld gentleman, and nobody in his com- J converted troop ship. For it is believ believ-munity
munity believ-munity had any more friends. The led that the bolts were left barely
Star joins the friends of the children! holding with the hope that the craft
snd grandchildren of this good old would just creep out? into U-boat lanes
man in sympathy in their bereave-land then fall prey to the undersea
REPAIRING PART OF
craft when a sudden strain on the en
gines came with an order for full
But the breakdown never came.
Luck or toughness of steel permitted
the liner to make a dozen round trips
land I through submarine infested seas car-
Pierre, S. D Feb. 14 Personal lib
erty, which includes a way whereby
those who are temperate and good
citizens as the term "good citizens'
is defined, can manufacture, buy and
sell liquors that are termed "stimu
lating, is the keynote of a bill intro
duced in the legislature here by Rep Representative
resentative Representative Fred C. Ohman, at the re request
quest request of R. O. Richards, of Mitchell,
The bill follows accurately the plat platform
form platform .upon which Richards ran for
governor in the primary last year.
The bill provides that "on and after
tbe enactment of this law every per person
son person of legal age not convicted of crime
or detained in state institutions shall
again be accorded moral liberty in
diet under law and order as provided
it this act."
The bill defines a citizen as "a re
spected person who is moral and
therefore entitled to respect and per
sonal liberty in every way and en entitled
titled entitled to enter the state, moral civil
service and to vote, to sell, buy and
use stimulant by complying with the
legal requirement of residents and
naturalization and federal statutes."
The word stimulant is defined in the
bill as "any pure vinous malt, brewed,
fermented or distilled pure liquors
containing the pure spirit of wine
from fruits and seeds, not toxin, recti
fied, poisonous or impure, and not
used in a drunkard's way for beverage
purposes, but in a temperate way for
The term "intoxicating liquors' Is
defined in the bill as "any rectified
poisonous, impure liquor, such as
moonshine, poisonous home brew and)
Irish Pofatocs, per pR. 45c
Lard Compound, a lb. 14c
Snowdrift, 4 lb. bucket 73c
Snowdrift, 8 lb. bucket $1.40
Crisco, 1 1-2 lb. can 39c
Crisco, 3 lb. can 75c
Crisco, 6 lb. can $1.45
Corn, No. 2 can, Maine State
Extra Quality 15c
Peas, No. 2 can, Early Jone
, ; i Associated Press)
Mexico Citv. : Feb. 15. -All
owners in Mexico deprived of their hying on each voyage 3000 and 4000
nronertv as a result of decrees issued men. Just to round things out, sne
Wmo- the Csrranza administration, encircled the globe to bring troops
adU h naid under provisions of the I home from Russia.
I The Mount Vernon had several
rtaff todav bv President Obreeon. narrow escapes. Once she was tor
Should the staff approve the measure Ipedoed and 35 of the crew killed, but
it will bo presented to congress. 'made her way to a rrenen port.
PHONE 108 j
TIavIim T. of r
of the Associated Press.) Students
of economic subjects assert that at
least 5,000,000 Germans are prepar preparing
ing preparing to leave the fatherland for the
United States, Mexico and South
American states as soon as they are
able to raise passage money, or obtain
permission in the case of the United
A majority of the would-be emi
grants have expressed a preference to
go to South America.
Official and unofficial quarters have
displayed considerable uneasiness over
the clsss of men who are now emi emigrating
grating emigrating or preparing to emigrate. The
head of the government's immigration
."The most able-bodied, enterprising,
stalwart sons of Germany are leaving.
The very poor, the communists, ths
radicals, the bolsheviki, generally are
remaining with us. It is the family of
some substance which is moving out."
One cause of this emigration is con conceded
ceded conceded to be the war taxes and partic
ularly the income tax. which virtually
prohibits the salaried man from lay
ing aside something for the rainy day.
These men generally no longer pat patronize
ronize patronize the banks. They are hoarding
a little bit of salary each month.
gainst the day they can emigrate.
In spite of the general agreement
among political economists that Ger
many is overcrowded and that unless
radical readjustments are made with-"
in one year the nation will be able to
support only 50 per cent of the pres present
ent present population, suggestions have been
made that the government take imme immediate
diate immediate steps to regulate the number and
Quality of emigrants. With this in
view a new law is being drafted.
It is argued that this tide of emi emigration
gration emigration could be turned back upon
Germany to good purpose. Germany's
arid lands, if irrigated or drained,
would be capable of supporting 10, 10,-000,000
000,000 10,-000,000 additional persons, it is said,
and the government has been urged to
make these lands available to the
numbers now flocking into the cities
Dr. Max Hirsh who, writing in the
Berlin Tageblatt. says: "Germans who
are preparing to emigrate at this
time should, for the sake of the father fatherland,
land, fatherland, reconsider. Unrestricted emi emigration
gration emigration eventually will result in a
weakened, probably aenemic, race, he
believes, in view of the character of
the men who are leaving.
Others fear the exodus will result in
immature wine. '
The bill would declare immoral and
prohibited, the saloon or any form of,
public place for the sale of intoxicat intoxicating
ing intoxicating liquor or stimulants by the glass
or individual drink for beverage, me medicinal
dicinal medicinal or stimulating purposes. The
bill says however that "No person, ac active
tive active manager of any firm, business,
club, association or corporation within
this state shall manufacture, import
cr aid in importing, for sale, barter
or trade, any spirituous or vinous liq liquors,
uors, liquors, except upon issuance of a
municipal moral permit.
The issuance of the "municipal
moral permit shall be limited to
regular registered pharmacists and to
the citizen in charge as active man manager
ager manager of each retail and wholesale
grocery concern, provided that all
vinous and brew for "stimulant pur purposes
poses purposes shall be sold in the original
package and the proper pure food
The bill then provides that the au auditor
ditor auditor shall keep a book known as the
municipal moral permit book where
the list of permits shall be kept. It
also provides that each permit holder
shall keep a book which will record
the names of all persons of which he
is notified by the clerk of courts to
have been deprived of their citizenship
and they shall be entered as "moral
All moral delinquents are not only
deprived by the bill of obtaining a
municipal moral permit but also de
prived of voting and their citizenship
is forfeited, which automatically pre
vents them from -baying stimulants,
aii "impaired German culture and
suggest the advisability of state aid
for the intellectuals who have been
hardest hit by economic conditions.
Under the present German law an
emigrant is permitted to take out with
him 30,000 marks, tax-free.
Nunnally's and Liggett's Candies
reduced to ONE DOLLAR the pound,
at Gerigs Drug Store. tf
If your grocer does not furnish you
FEDERAL bread, can at the bakery
in the Ocala House block. 15-6t
The bill says: "When any person shall
be found guilty by a jury of being
immoral or creating immoral environ environment
ment environment in sale of stimulant or of persis persistent
tent persistent wilful violation of any provision
of this act, the court may, in its dis discretion
cretion discretion forfeit or suspend for a defi definite
nite definite period the citizenship of the per-
son so coimcieu.
The bill continues: "Any person.
not a regularly licensed practicing
physician who directly or indirectly,
knowingly or wilfully sells or gives
rtimulants to a moral delinquent per person
son person who has lost his citizenship shall
upon trial and conviction thereof for forfeit
feit forfeit his or her citizenship.
The word moral or morality is de defined
fined defined as the "essence of law by a
standard of citizenship to mean indi individual
vidual individual responsibility in personal eon eon-duct,
duct, eon-duct, evidenced by the practice and
support of temperance,.' good wHL self
respect, respect for the state and for
justice of ervic.,,
OCALA EVENING STAR, TUESDAY, FEBRUABX;1VM21
Geala Evening Slar
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TKLEPHOXKS T ':
Edit rial ItoMrtmeat ..... .TwBtrn
rit7 Reverter . . . . Mt-o. I long1 aa you get- here.
meloa time arrives in Oeala will I have
tb bring my own knife? Or can I get
the one you have in the pawnshop?
Please inform me at your own ex expense,
pense, expense, by wire, the answer to these
questions. Times-Union Red Pepper
Dear Red : My guests dont have to
visit the pawnshop unless they stay
more than three days We-don't us
knives on watermelons up here. We
bust a melon on & stump or a fence or
something and then pick the goody
out of the rinds with our fingers.
Don't worry about anything, just as
LETTER FROM MR. CLYBURN
The Star is informed that the south-
ftUCJMBKH., ASSOCIATED PRESS
eatltl&lor th.us. for republication oil bound. Seaboard limited stopped with
au news aupaxcnei ereaitea to u orirftfti.v flj a i,aif rt Pfl.f v
alo tbe iocaI nwi .published berets .1 Coast Line track yesterday afternoon.
Uipatcbea hrln m.rm also reserved. lit is also informed that the local bag
gageman waved the train down, the
trainmen seeming to follow his guid
ance. If the convenience of the local
baggageman is to be consulted, the
tiains will 'continue to stop where
ADVERTISING Ha.KS i passengers xrm me rear car wiu
DUvlart Plate IS cents or Inch for I have, to eret off m the cinders. We
tlon 25 per cent additional. Compoil-1 would be glaa. li bupenntendent
DOMESTIC SCBSCRrPTIO-f RATES
On year. In advance ............ f 1.01
tx months. In advance 2.06
Three months. In advance"!... 1.8
One-month, in advance 19
. 'fimen Teer iKS ?" -m' faform the Public wh ia
position 20 per cent additional. Rates I running this division of the Seaboard,
iimii ssis ia in ini ni ii Laiia. 4.nmni
tour fnehea will take hlgrher rate,
which will be furbished upon applica application
tion application A
Headfaa Tfetleeei S cents per line for
nrst Insertion; a cents per line for each
subsequent insertion. One chance a
week allowed on readers without extra
Legal advertisements it legal rates.
anyway, is it him, bis trainmen, or
the Ocala baggagemen?-
A move to retain ocean freight ship
ments to southern ports was made by
Senator Fletcher, when he introduced
in the Senate a resolution calling upon
America produces 90 per cent of the (the Interstate Commerce Commission
world's supply of corn. Ito furnish "full information regarding
all traffic agreements, arrangements
Wonder how much Standard Oil lor under standings between the east-
stock Congressman Welty has? ern?trunk line railroads and the for-
leign flag steamship lines." The reso-
The word "please" used in telegrams lution was sent to the commerce corn-
alone costs the United States $3,000,-mittee. Senator Fletcher said the
000 yearly; yet it Is cheap at the price. I eastern roads were attempting- to
"knock but" the rates through which
Judge Lianais is one of the really I the southern ports are now getting
big men of this "generation.- He cares I part of this business and concentrate
more for the public's rights than for I it all through New York and the east-
hia own interests lern norts.
It costs more to send a bale of goods I j Says the Winter Haven Chief: "A
by truck across Manhattan island I woman flounced out of a store in St.
than to ship the same bale from New! Petersburg the other day mad as a
i ork to Buenos Aires. I wet hen because she could not mir
chase a skirt short enough to show the
A great deal of fuss has been made! dimples in her knees. Come right to
in this country about "Lord" Mayor! Winter Haven, sister. We have a good
O'Callagan of Cork. But it is notice-1 pair of shears and we are whispering
able that the British government I to you that we are afraid of no knee
hasnt paid the-slightest attention to leap on earth. You may think Winter
him. 1 Haven is a little slow, but if its fash
ion you are looking for, she be here."
It is the fashion to refer to Japan I j
as a small country. The Japanese Em- More than a third of the 435 mem-
pire consists of 260,000 square miles, jbers of the House of Representatives
with a population of about 77,000,000. 1 at Washington have one or more rel
This is about double -the size and pop-latimes on the House pay roll as their
elation of the island of Great Britain. I ovm clerks, stenographers or secre
taries. Many of these relatives actual
If you will study the editorial pagelly perform no services at all and some
of the Times-Union, you will find f re-1 do not ever live in Washington and
cment sneers at the f patriotism of (have never been there. This is a rot-
those who proclaim themselves Amer-J ten state of affairs but only Congress
kans. Yet, do you observe any paper lean cure it.
that' refers to its Americanism any
more often than the T.-U.?
Breweries of Zurich are using Aus
trian One-crown bills as labels for
beer bottles. They find this to be a
paying proposition for the reason that
people eagerly collect' the banknote
labels in hope that the crown may rise
from its present value of a quarter of
Argentina is manufacturing paper
from a species of bog grass called
"paja brava." The grass grows dur during
ing during the entire 1 year and in swampy
sections it has been considered a nuis nuisance.
ance. nuisance. It is a good deal-like our saw
grass, from which Gilbert Leach ex expects
pects expects to make paper by the bundle and
The home of Jesse James is about
to be sold. His : numerous followers
all over- the country should form an
association to preserve it. Palm
We are afraid that reverence, for
their esteemed predecessor has little
place in the minds of Jesse's succes successors.
The Standard Oil Co. of New York,
, has reduced the price of gasoline two
cents a gallon, making the wholesale
. price 28 cents. This is a drop of three
cents from the high mark of 31 cents,
reached in 1920. It is 34 cents in this
part of the country. Kerosene was
also reduced one cent a gallon, making
the wholesale price 17 cents.
Farm wages in the United States
daring 1920 were the highest in his history.
tory. history. The average wage, as ascertain
ed by the bureau of crop estimates,
was $46.89 with board and $64.95
without board. For day labor at har
vest the wage averaged $3.60 a day
with .board and $4.36 without board.
. In 1895 the average farm wage in the
United States" was $17.50 a month.
Dear Editor: Dont tell secrets out
cf school, because I only ; have one
shirt, is no sign you have two. Do
Ocala pawnshops, eive anything on
Ingersolls? Just the same, editor.
like you and I told my mother-in-law
the same thing once. When water-
A Complete Stock
r One of the Li ve s t
Stores in the City
Editor Star: In behalf of all con concerned,
cerned, concerned, I wish to make a statement
before entering to any extent upon
the road, work in this, the third com commissioner's
missioner's commissioner's district of our county.
I have a financial statement from
the county clerk giving the following:
Oct. 1, 1920. this district had $8184.70
allotment for one year, or until Oct. 1,
1921, for road work. My predecessor
spent $10,180.34, leaving an indebted
ness of $1995.64; and on this date I
find bills still coming in which brings
his total expenditures up to $11,028.05.
So as I go into office, there is a debt
of about $2,843.35 standing against
this, the third district. I have no means
of relief until after Oct. 1, 1921, for
road work. The allotment should have
been about $9810, but this district be being
ing being in debt for money spent over and
above the allotment of the previous
year, Was left with only $8,184.70 Oct.
Now Mr. Davis spent all this and
$2343.35 more in three months, a total
If the allotment for 1921 is the same
as that of 1920 being $9810,' and this
district now is in debt $2,843.35, which
is to be deducted, there will remain
only $6,966.65 to run from Jan. 1st,
1921, to Oct 1st, 1922, or a period of
Mr. Davis spent about $3675 per
month for three months; I will have
only about $331 per month for twenty
one months, or about $2,843.35 less
for twenty-one months than Mr. Davis
spent in his last three months as com
What am I to do?
I found also upon entering this of office,
fice, office, one truck broken down in Ocala
with parts needed which will cost $118
plus the cost of putting in. One trac tractor
tor tractor near Lake Weir with magneto
gone that will cost $93 to replace.
Magneto left on said tractor when
broken was stolen when comparatively
rew. In conversation with Mr. Davis,
I asked where this truck had been.
He informed me that the Dunnellon
district had used it for some time,
bringing it into Ocala broken, and
that the third district must pay for
all repairs. Mr. Davis also said he
had loaned this truck to the Dunnellon
district and had himself hired another
truck to use in his own district at a
cost of $12 per day.
Now please remember this district
is approximately $2843.35 in debt, and
not a wheel prepared to turn. Even
a small truck for carrying tools was
sold to Mr. Nelson in Belleview last
fall for $50. I seem to be tied hand
and foot,' and I ask each and every
citizen of the county to look at con conditions
ditions conditions in this third district and see
I censure no one. I am merely
stating facts. I know only the pres present
ent present conditions as I have found them
cpon entering office.
The clerk's books are open for all
who wish to examine them. As for my
self, I wish to do my duty as I find it
and can. R. L. Clyburn,
Commissioner Third District.
; Summerfield, Feb. 12th.
We SiuMdtt Mir raroisfs ill
NOTICE TO INCOME TAXPAYERS
A deputy collector of internal reve
nue will be at Ocala on the following
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
will only have to call upon the deputy
to secure such information and assist
ance as they may require.
James M. Cathcart,
Collector of Internal Revenue.
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 sovereigns
ereigns sovereigns are always welcome.
H. B. Baxter, C. C.
Chas. K. Sage, Clerk.
FOR SALE CHEAP
1-ton truck at bargain quick
sale. AUTO SALES CO, Mack Tay Taylor,
lor, Taylor, Phone 348, Ocala, Fla. 9-6t
Service" Our Motto x
Give Us A Trial and You Will "KUrJBAIT
.tttn- rrn sones
. M SINCLAIR OILS
FREE AIR AND WATER
BY FACTORY EXPERT
Vork Guaranteed Satisfaction
"VULCANIZING THAT PAYS
l m -m
MJEfliffi- mmi fflfiii
R. S. (Earl) Hall, Proprietor
Cor. FT. KING Ave & OSCEOLA St.
PHONE 598, 1
THE UNFAILING REMEDY FOR CHRIS, FEVER and CONSTffATION
25C I This coupon is worth 25c to you in purchasing a one dollar bot- 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. hi
After taking according to printed directions and you do not think it worth the si:
price you paid for it, bring back the empty hottle and we will refund the 75c. sxs
It will work bile from your system that is poison to your Liver and Kidneys. We will pay. JjS
$500.00 reward if it gripes or makes you sick. Vou can eat anything desired while taking it. Jjj
KooaTn BITTING & PHRLffS DRUG CO. oSSvrE
If it is not convenient to purchase this medicine from your druggist, mail us 75 cents in ssi
postage or money order and we will sena it prepaid to your address. j;
ARAPAHOE MEDICINE COMPANY sis
Columbia. S. C. SL Louis, Mo. sis
MMppDii MpudDi? (LdDmnipsnniy
ONE OF FLORID AS BEST GARAGES
Expert Repairs Tires Gas and Oil
' Main.Street,, Opposite Foundry ... OOALa, 1-LOKIUA q
Advertise and get Results
RalSlng tne Kamiiy- Sure, the car was good cn h.
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OCALA. EVENING STAB, TUESDAY. FEE2U7ABY IS. 121
Beautify and increase
the value of your place.
with planting directions
free. Write for copy,
Gim ST.1SABY ffUESERY CO. GU2I ST UAM(j FLA.
... - k. i :: .-.
ITHTHTMTNTMTNTHTHY f 1
1EANS MONEY SAVING TO YOU
S ; For the next THIRTY DAYS we will sell, most
ll of the articles in our store at and below cbs..'
y We have many hardware articles thlatVe will
f?f-Jet go below cost, come in and get our prices.,
Ml;; 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
i lots we will cut these prices. ;
h ' We still have a few remnants of crockery and
:,7enamel ware we will almost give away.
. Pocket-knives 25 per cent below cost.
It We are selling out of these things, get our
r- unces. we nave sluck, uuwucrs. renuic auu uisiii-
fectants. We also have the7 following for sale
cheap, one Royal Typewriter, one Neostyle, two
;tf -pair of scales, four bins for grocery store, one office
desk, one seed cleaning machine and several
other useful articles.
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PRESBYTERIAN SILVER TEA
f-The regular monthly silver tea. of
the Presbyterian church was held yes yesterday
terday yesterday afternoon at the home of Mr.
P. E. Mclver, his daughter, Mrs. W. J.
Frink- being hostess, and the tea was
trost enjoyable and a success from a
The' Mclver home was prettily dec decorated
orated decorated with asparagus fern, nastur nasturtiums,"
tiums," nasturtiums," roses and other spring flowers,
adding much to make the occasion the
blight and pleasant affair that it was.
..Mrs. Frink was assisted in enter entertaining
taining entertaining the callers by Mrs. J. W.
Rowntree, Mrs. W. F. Creson, Mrs. W.
Hv Henry, Mrs. A. E. Gerig, Mrs. W.
W. Condon, Mrs. Rex Todd, Mrs.
George MacKay and others.
"... Punch was served daring the after afternoon
noon afternoon by the different ladies from an
artistically arranged punch table,
which was placed in the cozy den be behind
hind behind the sitting room.
Mrs. "Rowntree entertained those
present with several piano selections.
Assisting in the dining room in the
serving" of chicken salad, crackers,
pickles, mints and coffee were Misses
Annie MacKay, Mildred Bullock and
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Watch This Spce For Qaality
FOR THOSE WHO CARE
Lettuce, Beets, Pineapple Oranges, Kunqnats.
Tangerines, Bananas and 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 Vegetablesf FruitsrCiridies,
Cold Drinks, Cigars and Tobaccos.
FORT SING CONFECTIONERY
Yonge Block L. E. Yonce, Prop.
"A" CLUB ENTERTAINED
Miss Meme Davis, not a member of
the "A" club, but one of the club's
favorites, entertained the members of
that organization last evening at her
home, together with a few additional
friends.' There were three tables of
players in the living room, namely:
Misses Sue Moore, Lois Livingston,
Lucille Robinson, Katherine Wilheit,
Eloise Henry, Blair Woodrow, Alice
Bullock, Elizabeth and Meme Davis,
Mrs. R. S. Hal Mrs. R. L.' Anderson
Ji. and Mrs. Leverett Futch. After
several hours of auction, the hostess
assisted by her aunt and sister. Miss
Mary Piatt and Miss Elizabeth Davis,
and Mrs. Fred Robinson, served a
.alad course. Mrs. Hall and Miss
Robinson were the prine winners for
the evening, each receiving dainty ar articles
ticles articles .f or.the.boudoir. Of the weekly
meetings of this club none have been
more pleasant than the gathering with
Miss Meme Davis last evening.
1 J. 0. SPENCER
W. H. PEDRICK
AkG EjiN C Y
AU Buick Cars Equipped With Cord Tires.
,We Make a Specialty of Parts for the' Buick and the Prices are
Consistent with the Cost of Same.
I, GOODYEAR AND IX S jlREANOLJtf BES
-Exclusive Agents lor "VESTA" BATTERY, 18 Ho. .Guarantee
X' An Up-to-Date Battery Serrio Station
We Maintain an Up-to-Date Garage with Expert Workmen, at all
Times, Auusing Prompt nd Efficient Service.
GASOLINE, OILS AND GREASE.
' SPMCER-PEDRICK MOTOR CO.
NOTICE OF GOLF TOURNAMENT
Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Camp will
give a mixed foursome at the Ocala
Country Club tomorrow afternoon and
they invite all members to be present
before three o'clock as the tournament
will begin promptly at 3 o'clock. Mr,
and Mrs. Camp have given .these
tournaments for several years and
they are always greatly enjoyed by
the local golfers. As usual, they will
award cups to the winners, one for
the ladies and one for the gentlemen.
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Negotiable sStorage Receipts Issued
MOVE, PACK, SHIP
on Cotton, Antoaobilea, Etc
LOSG DISTAHCE lIOVlNt
Advertise and get Results
':U P til.O B I L E" : :
BEST-CAR OF ITS CLASS IN THE WORLD
Alachua, Marion, Levy, Bradford,
Clay. Putnam and St. Johns
J. e. ihtciiings
Official Hupmobile Service Station
STAR JOB DEPARTMENT
P. 0. CQX.606
LETTERDEADS, CILLDEADS, CARDS, CIRC0LARS, FOLDERS, FINE BOOKLETS, ETC
-ft it. it
We never disappoint a customer on a promise.
You get the job when its due.
KING OF THE PHILIPPINES
Farce to be Played at Belleriew
Tauraday Ereiuiif Feb. 17
John Graham, a gy old boy." t
Stanley Graham, his son.
Dick Jordan, Stanley's chum, King
of the Philippines.
Rev. Ambrose Meekham. the parson.
Teddy Lane, John's valet.
Marie Graham, John's daughter.
Carrie Gilman, Marie's friend.
Priscilla Williams, burlesque queen.
Jerusha Graham, John's sister.
Lilly-o-sis, the king's wife No. 6.
Time: 1900; place. City of Sportvflle.
' Scene: Sitting room in John Gra Graham's
ham's Graham's home.
Act. 1. Morning. Back from the
Act. 2. Noon. The king cuts loose.
Act. 3. Night. ThV king's 'reign
Song, "There's No Place Like
Where a delicate organ! r
szzS5' Iike the eye is concerned
the best possible atten-
DR. K. J. WEIHE,
Optometrist and Optician
PRIMARY SCHOOL HONOR ROLL
The girls' basket ball team met an
other defeat Saturday afternoon at
the high school court. This was
spirited game from start to finish and
a hard battle for the home girls. Our
girls played well. Ethel Home, play playing
ing playing forward, starred for Ocala in the
first half. Ethel Wilkes, playing for
ward, starred for Ocala in the second
ealf. Jess'Dehon, as running center,
also did good work. Mildred Bullock
deserves mention as she certainly
Kissimmee is not to be left out as
the has a good team. Ruby and Per Per-;y
;y Per-;y Oliver, playing forward, starred
'or Kissimmee. The line-up for Kis Kis-limmee
limmee Kis-limmee was as follows: R. Oliver,
Oliver, forwards; McKay and Sut Sut-;cn,
;cn, Sut-;cn, centers; Sanderson and Leslie,
piards; McCrannie, sub.
Ocala's line-up 'was: Horne and
jlose, forwards; Dehon and Bullock,
centers; Dozier and McKay, guards;
Sexton and Wilkes, subs.
,- Just two more nights of the meet meetings.
ings. meetings. A fine audience heard a great
sermon last night on "The Unpardon Unpardonable
able Unpardonable Sin." Evangelist, Harlow is pre preeminently
eminently preeminently a teacher. Any one who has
missed a single sermon is the loser.
He deals with great and living prob problems
lems problems in the light of revelation and
Following the sermon eight were
baptized, two young men from Mcin Mcintosh
tosh Mcintosh among the number. There was
quite a number of people accompany accompanying
ing accompanying them.
The music was fine and inspiring
and will be still better tonight as there
will be more time for it. The subject
tonight is "The Second Coming of
Christ." The bible throws much light
on this subject which is of personal
interest to every man. There are some
things we may leave out of life's pro program,
gram, program, but every one of us will stand
before Him. Come and bring your
friends and crowd the house tonight
and tomorrow night.
J. G. Waggoner, Pastor.
Why worry about the cook? You
can eat cheaper at Hunter's Cafeteria
than you can at home. Dont keep
the folks waiting for you. Get your
lunch down town. 12-t
The following pupils of the primary
school have been present every day
during the past month and have been
perfect in spelling:
Ethel Leavengood, Margaret Mich Michael,
ael, Michael, Helen Watt, Leonora7 Taylor,
Doris Ballard. Anis Hunter, Leslie
Harris, Virginia Wagner,1 Mary Bodl Bodl-ford
ford Bodl-ford Shephard. :-'u'"
The following have been perfect
when present: Allan Rodgers, Evelyn
Toffaletti, Eva Ward; Laurie Simons,
Ruth Watson, Ernest LytTe and Juliet
BUICK FOR QUICK SALE
Buick six Al shape; good tires, top.
etc ; price $625 T Spencer-Pedrick
Motor Co- Ocala. Fla. 1 l-tf
CARD O FTHANKS
.A.J ,. t !.:
We wish to thank "all the kind
friends and neighbors who showed
such sweet sympathy and" kindness
and sent such beautiful floral offer
ings in the sad hours of our bereave
ment at the loss of our dear little
Dorothy Idelle Reseau, whose parents
will return to their home in Dawson,
Ga with hearts full of Ttitudeand
love for the people of Ocala and sur
rounding country. Respectfully,'"
Mr. and Mrs. R. RT Beneaul
Mr. and Mrs.W;T. Beam.
Miss Dorothy Beam.
Mr. and Mrs. C I HusselL
Mr. and Mrs. H. S. Camqp.
Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Vandegrift.
BARGAIN IX. 4 BUICK
One "4" Buick, new tires. Bargain
for quick sale. AUTO SALES CO,
Mack Taylor, Phone 348. Ocala, Fla. 6t
Mr. G. B. Overton is now oar
funeral director and" embalm er.' "Night
shone 515, day phono 47.
j5-tf George Mac Kay A Company.
Dont fail to visit the Guarantee
Slothing & Shoe Company. Every Every-hmg
hmg Every-hmg we sell is guaranteed.. We're
.ghting for QUAlJTY-rp'riee,tf
VL K. Laac, XL D pkymkiax mmi
nrgeosw apedaliat eye, mr, mem ni
CiroaL OfSee ever 5 and 10 ces
Ocala, Fla. Adr. tf
C. Cecil Bryant!
Accocnflug and Auditing :
Arrival and departure of passenger
trafna at OCALA UNION STATION.
The following schedule figures pub published
lished published as information and not guar guaranteed.
anteed. guaranteed. "s (Eastern Standard Time)
SEABOARD AIR LINE RAILROAD
2:15 am Manatee- 4:05 yes
- - St. Petersburg
:15 am Tampa 2:10 am
2:15 am Manatee- 4:17 pm
:05 pm Tampa-St. Petrsbrg 4:17 pm
ATLANTIC COAST LINE R. B.
2:12pm Jacksonville-NTork 2:48 am
1:45 pm JksonviQe-Gainsvflle S:S5pm
8:42 am Jksonville-Gnesville 10:13 pm
2:49 am StJPetsbrg-Lakeland 2:12 am
3:35 pm St.Petabrg-Lakeland 1:25 pm
7:10 am Dunnellon-Wilcox
7:25 am Dunellon-Lkeland 11:03
3:25 pm Homosaafa 1:30 pm
10:1 3pm Leesburg 6:42 am
4:45 cm Gainesville 11:50 am
Monday, Wednesday, Friday.
Tuesday. Thursdar. Saturdays
FORDS FOR QUICK SALE
Hunting wagon, 1917, $185; touring
car, 1917, 3300. Spencer-Pedrick Motor
Company. Buick dealers. 11-tf
A small electric motor and an air
pump or compressor. Address Box
609; Ocala, Fla.
Dont take psraatlves for
strpatXoa they act barslily
tfeey over train Hie delicate
acabraac anM leave the
Bowels la a worse condition
Visa before. II
wltb Con Constipation,
stipation, Constipation, SlekHead SlekHead-aetae.
aetae. SlekHead-aetae. In
ch. C2zzlaes. Dlllonsness.
Ttervoasness, or loss el Appe Appe-'
' Appe-' Vte-Domt tm!tmi o-Cof m botltm
el GASTEB'S LITTLE LIVES
TILLS take one alter each
meal and one at bedtime. A
Sew days treatment will put
StomMch, Ltvrn amf Cowvf In
normal condition. f
I Ocala, Florida
Don't fail to risit the Guarantee
Clothing &. Shoe Company. Every Everything
thing Everything we sell is guaranteed. We're
fighting for QUALITY not prices, tf
OCALA MOTOR CO.
C. E. Simmons
Best Equipped Garage In Florida
BATTERY Water and Service FREE
DIAMOND LJGDT BATTERIES GSED
$30 $35 $40
Batteries Recharged and Rebuilt
TOE WIMDSOR MOTEL
. jacksontillz; cosida
In the hears of the city with Hemming Park for a front
Every modern conTonienea ia each room. Dining room aerrieo la
J. E. KAVANAUGO
OCALA EVENING STAB, TUESDAY. fXSHUAHY 15. 121
If 70a hare any
phone to five-one.
Mrs. George Armstrong of Savan
nah arrived in Ocala this afternoon to
pay a visit to her relatives in the city
and will be at the home of her sister,
Mrs. Leta C. Bennett.
Chiropractic, a sure and safe and
.r,A un R R'Betts of Lake! sane way to perfect health. See Dr.
Mr. William Camp and cousins.
Mrs. Mason Cook. Miss Kitty Vaughn
of Franklin, Va, and Misses Bessie
and Winifred Goedecke returned today
rom a motor trip to points of interest
on the east coast.
v. .. tn'cltnra for the dav in townlKiplinger at the Ocala House. 14-3t
V V 11 nvv m I
- I Mr. W. H. Jarrett of Little Rock,
Get the cafeteria habit. You will get Ark., arrived in Ocala yesterday aft
good food and save money. 12-6t J ernoon to spend several weeks with
. I his daughter, Mrs. Allen Walkley and
Judge and Mrs. Lester Warner andUamily at the home of Mr. T. T. Mun-
Ar,tAtr M!s Ttnth Warner and the! roe.
Misses Bates returned yesterday from
few days visit at WilBur-by-the-sea.
19.00 and $9.50 hats going at $6.50.
M. A. Waterman, The Haberdasher. 3t
Miss Lucille Pegram of Atlanta,
has arrived in the city for an indefi
nite stay and is a guest at the home
of her sister. Mrs. Fred Voet and
As a strengthening tonic there is
nothing better than Nux and Iron
Tonic Tablets, $1 per bottle of 100
tablets at Ceng's Drug Store. Guar-
antted or money back. tf
All the late, shades and styles in
Gage and Criterion hats are now on
display in the big spring line of mil millinery
linery millinery at the Style Hat Shop. 15-2t
Mr. and Mrs. R. S. Hall will motor
to Gainesville early Friday morning
for a few days visit. They are going
especially to attend the fraternity
balls that are taking place in the
University City this week.
Mrs. L. H. Van Engelken will enter
tain at a dinner party at the Harring
ton Hall hotel Friday evening at six
o'clock in compliment to her daughter,
Mrs. J. W. Rowntree of Watertown,
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We are now showing a pretty iineuowa.
of brand new Spring Millinery. All the
latest modes and style. STYLE HAT The exceptionally bright and gay
SHOP l5-2t J colors in spring millinery are au rep
resented at the Style Hat Shop's new
mr v n pMv ta istPi- Mrs. M.icisDlay now on. ib-tz
C. Barker of Moundsville, W. Va., re
nmeH home last Saturday from a! Mrs. Leta C. Bennett will entertain
pleasant two weeks visit at St. Peters- Friday afternoon at her home at auc
Knre 1 tion, m compiimenx 10 ner sisiers, airs.
Ueorge r. Armstrong ana mrs. f.a-
Don't fail to visit the Guarantee ward Fitch or bavannan, wno are ner
CTothine ft Shoe Company. Every- guests.
thin? we sell is guaranteed. We're
flk;n OTT A T.TTY no nripes. tf I The O. H. S. carnival on the 25th
of this month will be one ot tne Dig
Mm AlKArt Vufo1 and mnthpr. Mrs-lcest events of the season. It
Smith have returned to their home in
Baltimore after a pleasant ten days'
visit in the city, guests at the home of
Mr. and Mrs. Christian Ax.
A new lot of Powder Puffs just in
at Gene's Drue Store. tf
Mrs. W. J. Frink and daughter, Bet
tie leave tomorrow for their home at
Sumica, after a months' visit pleasant
ly spent in the city, guests at the
home of Mrs. Frink's father, Mr. D.
Cabbage and lettuce plants for sale.
H. P. Bitting ft Co. 9-tf
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
Messrs. Gostave Quarterxnont and
A. Clement of Point Marion, Tens-,
who were visitors in Ocala and Mar
ion county for a few weeks with a
view of purchasing a .winter home.
have returned to Point Marion. It is
hoped that these gentlemen will re
turn next winter and become regular
The Last Nights to Hear
WANTED, LOST. FOUND. F03
SALE. FOR RENT AND SIM SIMILAR
ILAR SIMILAR LOCAL NEEDS
Rates: Six lines, maxima a. en time,
25c; three times, 50c; six tines, 73c;
one month, $3. Payable in advance.
The Ocala people who have not tried
Federal Bakery cinnamon rolls have
something to look forward to. They're
Wheat cakes and coffee for 15 cents
at Hunter's Cafeteria. 12-6t
In courtesy to the brethren of the
Ocala Christian church, the usual
prayer meeting at the Baptist church
will not be held this Wednesday eve evening,
ning, evening, in order that all may be free to
attend the Christian church revival
Judge Futch this afternoon issued
marriage license to Mr. Roy W. Cline-
man of Chicago and Mrs. Hazel D.
Burkholder of Burbank, The young
couple were joined in matrimony at
the Presbyterian manse by Rev. W.
. iTeson, tne minister, ana leit on
one of the afternoon trains for their
7:30 p. m.
Come and Hear
Nux and Iron Tablets will tone up
the sytsem and give you strength.
Eottles of 100 at one dollar each at
Gerig'8 Drug Store. tf
Miss Callie Gissendaner is expected
to return home this afternoon from
a ten days visit in Tampa as thexguest
of her sister, Mrs. Oscar Berger. Miss
Gissendaner was an admired guest at
the coronation ball and other Gas
JNo one has ever denied it, but we
want to impress on Ocalans that Fed
caa ui ctu a9 viv uvjv iuauv a v;a caa
Bakery, Ocala House block. 15-6t
If you want bean seed way below
cost go to the Ocala Seed Store to
get them. 2-12-tf
Pie that is all pie and as good as it 1
looks at Hunter's Cafeteria. 10c 6t
Mr. David R. Connor, after an ab
sence of over a month from the city,
on account of the illness of his wife,
who is with relatives in Georgia, re
turned to Ocala this afternoon, and
reports Mrs. Connor slightly improv
er?, which will be good news to their
host of friends, .who trust that at an
early date Mrs. Connor will be en-
tirely well again.
J. D. DAWKINS
ALL KINDS OF
FRESH MEATS, FISH
TUESDAY and FRIDAY
111 W. Broadway
:HERO-COLA WOODY ARD We ara
prepared to furnish oak or piae
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
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,
WOOD Giles Wood Yard. Seasoned
oak or pine wood for either stove or
fireplace, $1 and $2 per load. Yard
corner South Main and Third Sts.
Phone 112. 1-19-lra
It is cheaper to eat at the Cafe Cafeteria
teria Cafeteria than it is to prepare the food
at home. Try it. 12-6t
CD fl? -$&
Geo. MacKay 2 Co. 1
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. 5-tf
WANTED An ox driver who under understands
stands understands snaking timber out of tha
swamp with oxen. Apply W. J. Wil Wilson
son Wilson Co, 22 Holder block, Ocala. UP
WANTED To buy two log carts in
good condition. Apply to W. J. Wil Wilson
son Wilson Co, 22 Holder Mock, Ocala. 88
Two Licensed Embalmers
Motor Funeral Cars
Private Morgue and Chapel
Day Phone 47
Night Phone 515
G. B. Overton. Manager
WILLIAM A. TINSMAN
Estimates Given Free
Phone 526 Ocala, Fla.
PRACTICAL CARPENTER AN I J
Careiul estimates made on all cow-
tract vork. Gives more and better
work ftr the .money than any other
contractor in the city.
LET US BUILD YOU As
Select your own lot and
plans. Terms: half cash,
balance like rent. Call and
talk it over with us.
RAY S THOMSOH
m Abstract Building
then in the regulation
and THEN ( htr& th& big idea)
each package is enclosed
in a glassine moisture-proof
envelope and sealea
36S a iHresIk cigarette
tac&s "aimjr better
YOU don't lose one bit of that
fresh tobacco fragrance rich
Turkish blended with Burley and
other choice Domestic tobaccos, in
that can't-be-copied Chester Chesterfield
field Chesterfield way.
" Satisfy" ? Why, notivf tastet
better than fresh Chesterfields
and they're atways fresh
20 for 20 cents
in mir-dght pcfcaes. A-lo btinbl0
in round tins of 50, vmezram
NEEDHAM MOTOR CO.
I General Auto Repairing
Gasoline, Oils and Grease
Oklawaha Ave. St Orange St
. Phone 252
FOR RENT Several large and com
fortably furnished rooms. Phona
379 or call at 504 Oklawaha ave avenue.
nue. avenue. 9-et
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. 98t
FOR SALE Two splendid Jersey
cows. Write L. K. Edwards, Irvine,
FOR SALE Late model visible type
writer, fine condition. Address,
Typewriter, care Star. ll-t
rOR SALE Goober seed, $1.75 per
bushel under 10 bushel lots; 10 tra.
and over, $1.70 per bu; 32 pounds
to the bushel. J. J. Bottelman, Sua-
merfield, Fla, Route A.
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 household
hold household 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 raising
business. S. P, Lamb, Anthony,
MONEY TO LOAN $750 to loan on
city property for a client. D. Niel
FOR SALE 50-acre farm, four room
house, 100 orange trees, 10 peach
trees, wire fence. If taken this
week, $750 cash. Box 93, city. 8-tV
For All Cars
GEO. J. WILLIAMS
Formerly Carroll Motor Company
Garage, Osceola St.
Phone 597 Night 408
LAND FOR LEASE Seven to eighty
hundred acres high, rolling land
Polk county, FUu, splendidly adapt adapted
ed adapted to watermelon culture. Has just
been cleared, plower, harrowed and
is in prime condition. Excellent lo location,
cation, location, with transportation right at
hand. For particulars address P. O.
Box 226, Tampa, Fla. 21-tftne-frl
Application for Leave
Our Specialty Is
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Between Tea Cent Stare and Gerfg
Notice is hereby given to all whom
it may concern, that Susie Ella Proc Proctor,
tor, Proctor, as guardian of Guy lan JL, Carlos
R. and Simmie L. Proctor, minor heirs
of Cade J. Proctor, deceased, will on
the 5th day of March, A. D. 1921, ap apply
ply apply to the Honorable L. E. Futch.
county judge in and for Marion coun county,
ty, county, at 10 o'clock a. m, or as soon there thereafter
after thereafter as the matter can be heard, for
authority to sell, at private sale, the
following described real estate, in
Marion county, Florida, to-wit:
All the undivided interest of said
miners in and to the south half of the
southeast quarter and northeast quar quarter
ter quarter of southwest quarter of section
six. township thirteen, south, rang
twenty-four, east, containing one hun hundred
dred hundred and twenty acres, more or less.
Said land belonging to the estate of
Cade J. Proctor, deceased, and to be
sc)d for the best interest of said
Dated February 1st, A. D. 192L
Susie Ella Proctor,
2-l-tues-5t Their Guardian.
If you want plow stock, ..pkrwa,.
pocket Icnives, traces, single trees,
other hardware and crockery cheaV
go to the Ocala Seed Store. We ara
selling out. 2-12-tf (
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