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OCALA EVENING STAB, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 23, 1H0
(MISSIONARY ANNOUNCEMENT! SOCIETIES AT DUNNELLON : 'ft U jo We are now open for business with new v awl improved equipment for automobile repairing, and will give you prompt ser vice. New and second-hand cars. Com plete line of Gasoline, Oils and Grease. Cars Washed $1.00. Agents for SCRIPPS-BOOTH SIX - NEED HAM MOTOR COMPANY Phone 252 Orange and Ocklawaha OCALA,; FLORIDA : SccMc ... J. H. SPENCER W. U, PEDRICK I Tl - r-fr rmr-4 1 C . ,.!' Alt I -V - 1 V ft ii if sr , AGENC Y We Make a Specialty of Parts for the Buick and the Prices are Consistent with the Cost of Same. GOODYEAR AND U. S. TIRES AND TUBES Exclusive Agents for "VESTA" BATTERY, IS Mo. Guarantee An 1 ;i-to-Date Battery Service Station We Maintain an Up-to-Date Garage with Expert Workmen, at all times, Assuring Prompt and Efficient Service GASOLINE, OILS AND GREASE. SPEKCER-PEDRKK MOTOR CO. rnoNE 27i Oeala Florida m m m m A m. mmr a 0 f Jjr A HRF. piioor- 2 srs? era Negotiable S(ora- Receipts Issued in BE move. PACK, SHIP - LY 12 MOCK, . - pianos. jsaggage, machine icy, ' ITRNIU'KE, ETC. ijL on Cotton, Automobiles, Etc..;' LOfiG DISTANCE MOVING m&xmz 296 The Marion Association of the Baptist Women's Missionary Socie- ties mei. ior iis.aimuai meeting aw Dunnellon on Thursday night and Friday; October 21 and 22. Thursday night's program included inspirational talks by Mrs. H. C Peelman and Dr. Brfttain. Friday morning the meeting was called to order by the president of the association, Mrs. T. N. Strange of Dunnellon. Mrs. R. J. Rawls of Crystal River led the devotional exercises. Mrs Kibler gave a very cordial velcome to the delegates and visitors and Mrs. Cranford graciously re sponded. - After the appointment of the usual committees reports from societies and officers were given. -Bring the day several very inter estmg papers and talks were given and Mrs. Peelman. -secretary for the R state, made riany valuable sugges f I tions and explanations. Among the subjects discussed were ! the following:-, ; ? ; ; ilj Southern Baptist Convention, Mrs 1 S. A. Standley: Hospital Equipment, Mrs. Christian; Margaret Fund, Mrs. Whitaker; Seaman's Institute at Jacksonville, Mrs. W. T. Gary: Mag azines, Mrs. Hickson; Mission Study, Mrs. Burnett. v Mr. Armstrong: of Lake Butler, whose daughter, Miss Crystal, is a student at the women's training school at Louisville, Ky., gave a very interesting talk on the school. The committee on resolutions re I ported the following resolution, which was unanimously adopted: Whereas, the good people of Dun n ell on have provided such generous entertainment; and, whereas, this has been a wonderfully inspiring session, therefore be it resolved, that we ex- S. A. tSandley; Hospital Eqipment, sincere thanks for their bountiful en tertainment; that we assure Mrs. I Peelman of our appreciation and I gratitude for her visit and loving 'counsel. Committee: Mrs. R. L. Clark, i" Mrs. W. A. Knight. '; ' '; Mrs. C. C. Boone. , ! A rising vote of thanks for her fcithful and loving services was giv en the president, Mrs. T. N. Strange. The following officers were elected for the ensuing year: President: Mrs. L. W. Duval; vice- president, Mrs. J. K. Christian; secre tary, Mrs. W. T. Gary; superinten dent of young people's work. Miss A Willis; superintendents of - dis tricts, first, Mrs. N. A. Fort; second, Mrs. G. W, Scofield. The women of the Dunnellon church ?i served a most bountiful dinner, picnic stvie. aunne: vne noon intermission 'and extended a most gracious hospi i talitv throughout the session. The meeting was well attended by delegates from nearly every church The following . ladies from Ocala at tended the Friday session, going over in automobiles : Mrs. Walter Marsh, Mrs. C. L. West, Mrs. Mabel Floyd, Mrs. W. A.' Knight, Mrs. W. T. Gary, Mrs. S. A.- Standley, Mrs. Tillman, Mrs. Sheppard, Mrs. J. N. Rogers, Z Mrs. Williams and Mrs. Moree. ' Mrs; Peelman accompanied Mrs. Gary to Ocala, leaving early Satur day morning for her home in Jack !sonville. ' I A BIG BOARD For all Classes cl Stone, Brick, Wood and Concrete Bcildina! J. IcCaslill I Contractor Phone 446. 723 Weacea St, I NewGoods Sanitary Dont fail to visit the Guarantee Nothing & Shoe Company, Every thing we . sell is guaranteed. We're Ighting for QUALITY net prices, tf MARKET and - GROCERY Flione 243 ; .v The Store ol Qealily Promptness Courtesy j c: fl 3 u If fi I i TME WEMPSOE MOTEL . JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA In the heart of the city with Hemming Park for a front yard. Every modern convenience in each room. Dining room service is second to none ' EGBERT Al.iMF.YER, Manager. J. E. I A VAN A UGH Proprietor. LAKE WEIR Lake Weir, Oct. 26. Letters from Mr. and Mrs. Mike Collins of Milford. Conn., assure" their many friends on the lake they will spend this winter " in the little bungalow they purchased last winter from Mr. George Thomp son near the school house. Mr. and Mrs. Collins' are extremely public spirited citizens and will add greatly "l to the social life of the lake. The many friends of Mrs. F. W. n Brooks are delighted, to have her on the lake for the winter again, as she usually spends the summer months at her home in Cambridge, N. II. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Rheinauer spent several days of last week on the 'lake at their cozy home, but on ac- count of the illness of Mr. Rheinauer will remain in Ocala for the present. Mrs. Jenks of Westerly, R, I., who ; bought the Dougherty cottage last season, has shipped her household goods and will soon follow to occupy her cottage for the coming season. . - Rev. J. C. Boatwright of Anthony, held a very interesting series of meetings the past week. The beauti ; ful ordinance of baptism was adminis tered at the Bradford dock to five can didates after services Sunday morn ' ing. - .-' , : Judging by the activity of the sand pump there must be a great quantity of sand shipped from Sandy Hook, as the engine starts up at 7 a. m. and continues until 5 p. m., loading cars all day long. Lake Weir is higher than it has been for twenty-five .years. , The old est residents claim it rises to the highest watermark every 25 or 40 years and then slowly recedes for the intervening years. CALVARY Calvary, Oct, 27.Mr. F. G. Buhl made a flying trip to Crystal River last Friday, returning Saturday..morn- mg. . : - .W-7: Mr. L. L. Horne was a business visitor to Ocala Saturday and Mon day last. :l "- . 'V : ' ' Mr. and Mrs. Earl Crosby have gone to Dunnellon to reside. Mrs. Fred Buhl . and two children and Mrs. George Buhl and two chil dren were guests of Mrs. J. W. and Mrs. M. J. Morrison one evening last week.'", ... -' Mr. Perry, the road worker, has beefl; working the Ocala and Dunnel Ion road the past week, and he has improved the road very much. NOTICE TO PUBLIC Am now in position to handle any size contract, -one too large or too small. : All work guaranteed. Estimates given free. WM. A. TINSMAN, tf Phone No. 520. Ocala, Fla. r ; :r, n 'mry v yiir.r.yj.'rravu,',.. 'lztitx n mm mm AM' kilowatt DELCO-LIGHT at a greatly reduced price is offered to you. This plant generates plenty of electricity for the average requirements of the farm home, for abundant electric light, power for pumping water and for running the machines ordinarily turned by hand. And the price is cnb $425 f. o. b. Dayton, Ohio There are lamer DELCO-LIGHT No matter where models for larger requirements at prices tower than those paid for former models of the same capacities. All DELCO-LIGHT models have the same unexcelled mechani cal features. They are self-cranking, self-stopping, air-cooled, have only one place to oil, and are equipped with thick plate, long-lived battery. No matter where you live, there is a satisfied user near you, enjoying the comforts, conveniences and labor-saving features of DELCO-LIGHT. Over 125,000 plants in daily usage are your assurance of the continued satisfactory and economical service of all DELCO LIGHT models. There is a size DELCO-LIGHT to meet your needs.' Writ, phone or call for detailed information H. IV. TUCKER, Dealer At the October meeting the county commissioners passed the following xesolution: ' ; - - 7 . - ; j "Whereas, from the published re ports of the federal census of A. D. 1S20 the population of Marion county I has fallen below 25.00Q; and, whereas, ! the? burden of taxation, federal, state J and county are of necessity very 'heavy on the people, and it there fore behooves this board as the finan cial agents of the taxpayer to reduce expenses Wherever they possibly can. ' "Therefore be it resolved, that the per diem of the members of.thissboard be $300 per year and that the salary cf the clerk of this board be one hun dred and twenty-five dollars' ($125) per month instead of $165 per month, which motion was seconded by Com missioner Hutchins and upon - being put to vote Commissioner Rogers and Hutchins voted yea. No negative vote." t 1 - This resolution is humbug. The county commissioners did not ix their pay at $300 a year. The law Ixed that as a limit for them and wisely. Each and every one of them las drawn-$4 a day, his full pay and is still getting that same $4, except the chairman, O. H. Rogers and J. W. Davis and these two are not getting it simply because they have already drawn their full $300, and I have re fused to issue any more warrants to them, in accordance with my oath of office and the law. The county commissioners are also under oath, but this , did not prevent them from fining thej clerk by cutting his pay for refusing to issue the chairman and Da vi 3 il legal warrants. The utter humbug of the retrench ment part of their resolution is shown by their cutting nobody's pay but the clerk and by their increasing the pay cf the ferrymen 25 per cent and in creasing the pay of the janitor at the jail from $60 to $75. This county cannot pay a jailor, under the law, but can have a dozen janitors, and it ha3 two janitors, one at the jail and cne at the courthouse. -The present board of county com rrissioners has shown its idea of re trenchment by donating to the fair association, for instance, money of the ifw - if ir r 11 1W1 ;"ifl! tr nrliw 1 Ollcrob a-Sai isied User Near m- ' " . TO ; ' l i il' ; BMrpMj Motor Cfo. p& t the fact that the. whole board realizes that the vast majority of the people of the county do not want it done. The retrenchment idea of the commis sioners is shown a little bit, hi my opinion, by an absolute waste of about 40 per cent of the road money 01 ims county. P. H. Nugent, .. County Auditor, NOTICE LADIES COAT SUITS Fifty sample suits, no two alike, consisting of Serges, Tricotines, Pop lins and Silvertons. High grade goods at low prices.- Open for your inspec tion. B. Goldman. "Why Pay Morel" ; 10-28-3tdly-ltwky NOTICE TO PUBLIC Am now in position to handle any size contract. None too large or too small. . ; '. " " ,T ' ' All work guaranteed. Estimates given free. WM. A. TINSMAN it Phone No. 526. Ocala, Fla. Notice is hereby given that the city of Ocala has purchased the house and lot located on May street at the foot of Main street and proposes to open Main .street thru said property. This will require the removal of the dwell- t- it i :it 1 Strips 01 - lana on eimer siue ux saiu Main street as opened, which strips will be of approximately the follow- inop Himonions That, nn thp Wpst side 15 feet e and w by 105 feet n J:X?pm oiiu s. luak wu wc cask Btw . feet e and w by 105 feet n and s. The city council will at its next regular meeting to be held on November 2nd, 1920, consider bids for said dwelling and said strips of land, the dwelling to be removed within sixty days from acceptance of bid therefor. The bids may be for any one of said offerings er any combination thereof and shill Le accompanied by a certified check f cr ten per cent thereof as evidence of good faith. The council reserves the right to reject any and all bids. II. C. Sistrunk, 0-22-9t City Clerk. iWi sc HCnill Q S LuULLu m m m 9 . . ! uniy one annK servea in eacn cup people of this county, in the teeth of at Gerig's Drug Store. . 29-tf , UNDERWEAR MUSLIN for fine serviceable wear, reduced to 25 cents at FISIL'S. 22-8t Arrival and departure of passenger tra:ns at OCALA UNION STATION. The following schedule figures pub lished as information and not guar anteed. ' (Eastern Standard Time) SEABOARD AIR LINE RAILROAD Leave Arrive 2:20 am Jacksonville-NTTork 2:10 am Jacksonville 1:33 pm Jacksonville 4:35 pin Tampa-Manatee- ' ' St. Petersburg Tampa Tam 0 a-Manatee 4:05 pm Tampa-SL Petrsbrg 4:05 pm ATLANTIC COAST LLNE E. IL Leave Arrive 2:12 pm Jacksonville-NTork 2:43 am 1:45 pm Jksonville-Gainsville 3:25 pm 6:42 am Jksonville-Gnesville 10:13 pm 2:42 am St-Petsbrg-Lakeland 2:12 ara 3:35 pm StPetsbrg-Lakeiand 1:23 pin 7:10 am Dnnnellon-Wilcox 7:25 am DuneUon-Lke!and 11:03 pin pm 2:15 am 2:15 am 1:50 pm 4:C5pta 2:15 am 1:35 pm 3:25 pm 10:13pm Homosassa Leesburg Gainesville 1:30 pm 6:42 am 11:50 am 4:4o pm Monday, "Wednesday. Friday. "Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday.