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(K-ALA, FLORIDA, WEUNESSDAY, NOVEMBER 19, 1919.
VOL. 26, NO. 276
The Increasing Benafit Will More Than Offset Increase In Taxes. Vote for Bonds December 2.
Piesident Asks Administration Sen Senators
ators Senators on the Treaty to
Washington, Nov. 19. Letters from
President Wilron advising adminis administration
tration administration senators to vote against rati ratification
fication ratification of the treaty with the foreign
relations committee reservations were
laid before a conference of adminis administration
tration administration Senate forces today by Dem Democratic
ocratic Democratic Leader Hitchcock. The com committee
mittee committee program, the president wrote,
would provide for ratification, "but
iv.ther for nullification of the treaty."
The conference had been called to
decide upon the final administration
tactics in the light for ratification,
which is expected to come to an' end
to Jay or tomorrow. After the presi president's
dent's president's letter was read, the indications
were that unless a compromise could
Le effected, administration senators
would line up almost solidly against
WON'T OBEY ORDERS
Republican Leader Lodge in a form formal
al formal statement this afternoon, predicted
the Senate would "not obey the or orders"
ders" orders" of the president regarding the
Mr. Lodge said the Senate had
equal power and responsibility with
the president in making treaties and
the senators, in his opinion, would not
obey the president, who "undertakes
to command the Senate to ratify the
treaty without reservations adopted
by a large majority of the Senate."
The decision of the democrats to
vote against the ratification resolu resolution
tion resolution containing the Lodge reserva reservations
tions reservations was reaffirmed at the conference
of democrats today. Senator Hitch Hitchcock
cock Hitchcock said enough democrats, to insure
its defeat had agreecf to vote against
the Lodge resolution.
Rye, rape and oats. Get our prices
before buying. Ocala Seed Store, tf
The kind that insures,
Against want in old age,
Against raises in premium
The Prudential kind
See Ditto at once
F. W. Ditto.
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Some of the Girls With the Big Musical Comedy of the Hour, "Pretty
Baby," Which Comes to the Temple Theater Friday Evening Nov. 21st
Of Delegations of Rotarians From
Several of the Principal Cities
in the State
Rotarians from Jacksonville, Tam Tampa.
pa. Tampa. West Palm Beach and Gainesville
joined with the Ocala Rotes at a din dinner
ner dinner last night at the Harrington Hall
to do honor to Truman McGill. of
Selma, Ala., governor of the Eighth
Kctary District. It as a jolly oc occasion.
casion. occasion. The lobby of the Harrington
and the dining rooni resounded with
song and merriment. District Gov Governor
ernor Governor McGill is visiting all of the
clubs in the district, and the Florida
clubs are being visited by means of a
motorcade. The motorcade started at
Jacksonville. Gainesville was the
next stop, where a luncheon was
served yesterday afternoon. Rotarians
from the several clubs join the motor motorcade,
cade, motorcade, going part or all of the way
around the circle.
Mr. McGill, accompanied by Jack Jacksonville,
sonville, Jacksonville, West Palm Beach and
Gainesville Rotarians, and a number
of the members of the Ocala club who
went down for the Gainesville lunch luncheon,
eon, luncheon, motored here over the Dixie
Highway, arriving about 6 o'clock. A
number of the Gainesville Rotes were
accompanied by their wives, and these
were joined by the wives of some of
the Ocala Rotes. Rotes from Tampa
joined the party here.
The feature of the evening was the
address of Mr. McGill, who brought a
message to the Florida clubs from
Bert Adams, of Atlanta, international
president of Rotary. Besides bring bringing
ing bringing a message of Rotary, Mr. McGill
stressed the fact that never has there
been a time when there, was greater
reed than now for the banding to together
gether together of good men for "service not
.self." President Chace, of the Ocala
club, was toatmaster at the dinnei-.
A number of brief talks were made
by the visiting Rotarians. The Rotes
of Tampa and Jacksonville made
things merry at the expense of the
The Gainesville Rotarians returned
home last night. This morning Dis Dis-tiict
tiict Dis-tiict Governor McGill and other visi
tors were taken' out to see Silver
Springs. Mr. McGill, following the
trip out in the glass bottom boat, said
that the view of the springs was in
itself worth the trip to Florida.
The motorcade will meet with the
Lakeland club tonight.
A meeting of the congregation of
the Presbyterian church is called for
Sunday, Nov. 30th, 1919, immediate immediately
ly immediately after the morning service, for the
purpose of calling a pastor if the way
be clear. All members of the congre congregation
gation congregation are earnestly requested to be
present. By Order of the Session.
. I am now prepared to renovate your
mattresses, pillows, etc. Call phone
112. Corner Oklawaha avenue and
Orange street, just west of Frank'
store, tf J. E. DREW.
LOST From automobile between Or Orlando
lando Orlando and Wildwood on the Oakland
and Montverde road, grip containing
papers valuable only to owner. Lib Liberal
eral Liberal reward. W. S. Alyea, St. Cloud,
Our Agent at I'jrebla Held Under Sur- Owners and Miners Both Warned Peo Peo-veillance,
veillance, Peo-veillance, and State O.Tietr of ; pie Must Have Coal and Govern Govern-California
California Govern-California Atssasirriited J ment Will See' They Get It
( Asoeiate.i I'iv-v
Mexico City, Tuesday, ,'ov. 18.- .'.
formal older for t; e imprisonment ji
American Consular Age;i VYiIiam V.
Jenkins, at Pucbia, on changes cf ha
ing made fabe dccla.atij;:.5 au-i ;
threats against paens in case ihey j
vtstified that hey saw him u. hi:; j
hacienda in company vH.h I iei ico j
Cordova, a bandit, were issued today j
;y Judge Franco at Fucbla, acva .iir
;o advices received from that city, j
Jenkins, however, is not yet In jail
end in a stateemnt to the p:e-o as asserts
serts asserts it is untrue ha is not uAow ed to
leave the city.
LACK LOST HIS LIFE
Washington, Nov. 19. Investiga-
tion of the death of Eugene Lack in cf properly providing same for the
LI Centro, Calif., froiii a wound saidjniau owning land adjoining and who
to have been inflicted by a Mexican i dependent upon the road for get-
police officer in 'Mexicall, Mexi-jo, iasti
Friday, has been ordered by the state!
department. Lack was attached to the
office of the sheriff of Imperial county,
Calif., and a dispatch to the depart department
ment department said the shooting was unwarranted.
EGYPTIAN MINISTRY j forts, not only towards the successful
WALKED OUT sue of such election, but its co-
operation in the development of the
(Associated Fres.s) details necessary for the sane and eco eco-London,
London, eco-London, Nov. 19. The Egyptian r.omical use of the funds received
ministry has resigned on account of through the obnd sale,
dissatisfaction with the mission ap- The club members are: T. I. Arnold,
pointed for investigation of unict iu! L. Bcrlein, E. C. Beuchler, A. C.
Egypt. Rioting occurred all day j Biowers, H. S. Borland, M. A. Bouvier,
yesterday in Alexandria and the :niii-jC. C. Bennett, R. A. Burford. C. C.
tary had difficulty in lestoring r.rder. j I-i yant, W. S. Bullock, J. H. Benja-
rnm, A. S. Burgess, J. J. Blalock, W.
SWISS WILL COME IN
Berne, Nov. 19. Switzerland ad adhesion
hesion adhesion to the league of nations was
voted by the Swiss national council
yesterday after eight days of debate.
The decision is subjetc U a leferen leferen-dum.
dum. leferen-dum. BIG FIRE IN VIRGINIA
Martinsville, Va., Nov. 19. Fire
last night destroyed the Lister Lum Lumber
ber Lumber company plant htre. The loss
will approximate $150,000, with no in insurance.
surance. insurance. REST ROOM AT THE FAIR
Under the auspices of the hospital hospitality
ity hospitality committee of the Woman's Club,
a rest room of great attraction hasiS. Minshall, George MacKay, J. T.
been made at the fair in the first Mtore, W. H. Marsh, J. J. Marshall,
building on the lest "hand side. j Joe Needham, G. S. Nash, Ocala Auto
E. C. Jordan & Co. furnished the & Garage Co., Ocala Coca-Cola Bot Bot-room,
room, Bot-room, making provision for every thng Co., E. G. Peek, B. K. Padgett,
possible comfort, and the crowd seen
there demonstrates its popularity.
RECEPTION OF MEMBERS AT
PRAYER MEETING TONIGHT
All applicants for membership in
the Methodist church, who are pres-
ent tonight, will be received in the
church. Everybody is invited.
Smith Hardin, Pastor.
MEETING OF WOMAN'S CLUB
The second regular meeting of the
Ocala Woman's Club was- held Satur Saturday
day Saturday afternoon. This wa3 the first
meeting at which the new president,
Mrs. W. T. Gary, presided, and she
addressed the members present in a
! graceful speech of greeting with an
earnest plea for co-opeaition in the
wcrk planned for the current year.
The keynote of the progiam planned
by the general federation thii year is
Americanization, and club members
were asked to bear that in mind.
The program for Saturday after after-ncon
ncon after-ncon was in charge of the chairmen of
art, literature and music. Mrs. Geo.
V. Martin, who is art chairman, in introduced
troduced introduced Mrs. Daish of Washington,
who described the art treasures of thu thu-capitol
capitol thu-capitol and the museum. Mrs. Daish
is an artist and is spending some time
in Florida, being attracted to this
section by the natural advantages for
Mrs. Lester Warner, chairman of
literature, spoke of the good fortune
of the club in having such talent
among its members that the nectssity
for importing lecturers was obviated.
Mrs. Warner then introduced Mrs. C.
M. Brittain, who is state vice presi president
dent president of the National Shakspere Fed Federation.
eration. Federation. Mrs. Brittain gave a short
talk on the comedies and tragedies of
the master playwright, and followed
this with a masterly interpretation of
a scene from 'The Comedy of Er Errors."
rors." Errors." Mrs. T. H. Johnson, music chair chairman,
man, chairman, reported that so many of the
musical members of the club were
absent from the city, or otherwise un unprocurable,
procurable, unprocurable, that her part of the pro program
gram program had to be abandoned, which was
quite a disappointment to all present.
A reception to the new members
followed, which was entirely infomral
and pleasurable, refreshments of
block ice cream and cakes being
served by members of the social committee.
,Ya ;on, "Tov. 19. SrJeakin:
uui-iOrity from President Wil-
vn's cabinet. Fuel Administrator
auiel J today told representatives of
Li.o b'oft 'coal operators and miners
i.eve today that the "people of the
L iltd States need, and must have,
a:..L w ill have, coal and as long as the
government stands it will not be pre-
dented from getting it by anything
the operators and miners may do."
OCALA MOTOR CLUB
MAKES BETTER ROADS
At the meeting of the Ocala Motor
Club tha question of the value of good
loads to the county and the necessity
t.iig his produce to market and he and
his family to purchasing points, was
oiicussed very thoroughly and it was
the sense of the meeting, with but one
negative vote, that the coming elec
tion to pass upon the question of
bjr.ds for road building was heartily
approved and the club pledged its ef-
V Cam, J. E. Chace Z. C. Chambhss,
J. B. Christie, Harvey Clark, W. W.
Clyatt, B. F. Condon, R. R. Carroll,
Chazal & Sons Co., A. C. Cobb, C. Car Car-xv.ichael,
xv.ichael, Car-xv.ichael, W. C. Charles, Collier Bros.,
C. E. Coody. II. E. Chalker, P. W. Col Col-iens,
iens, Col-iens, L. H. Chazal, H. A. Davies, F.
W. Ditto. L. W. Duval, E. E. Dobbs,
H. C. Dozier, J. R. Day, J. W. Davis,
J. L. Edwards, W. T. Gary, A. G.
Gates, A. E. Gerig, J. J. Gerig, B.
Goldman, A. A. Griffin, L. N. Green,
J. L. Grantham, H. C. Groff, R. S.
Hall, H. W. Henry, C. W. Hunter, A.
C. Harriss, L. T. Hickson J. C. How How-el,
el, How-el, A. L. Izlar J. C. Johnson, Mrs. C.
H Lloyd, F. H. Logan, J. T. Kirby
Ji., S. E. Leigh, II. V. Lee, E. B.
Lytle, J. C. Lanier, W. J. Lyles, G.
E. Morgan, Nathan Mayo, Moses
! Bros., T. T. Munroe, D. E. Mclver, H.
L. H. Pillans, G. D. Pasteur, Parker
j Painter, R. F. Rogers, R. S. Rogers,
jO. H. Rogers; 'C. G. Rose, Pat Ran-
dall, C. E. Simmons. J. C. Smith, Paul
Simmons, J. H. Taylor, Mack Taylor,
i R. H. Todd, Edward Tucker, J. M.
j Thomas, C. A. Tremere, J. A. TaJton,
J. M. Tison, H. A. Waterman, Louis
i Weihe, C. A. Vaughn, F. G. B. Weihe,
H. C. Williams.
R. S. Rogers, Secretary.
Thursday, 20th: Theda Bara in "A
Woman There Was." Ford Weekly.
Friday, 21st: "Pretty Baby."
Saturday, 22: Alma Rubens in "A
Man's Country." Comedy.-
Monday, 24: Olive 'Thomas in "Pru "Prudence
dence "Prudence on Broadway."
Tuesday, 25: Madaline .Traverse in
"Splendid Sin." International News.
Wednesday, 26: "Come Along,
Thursday, 27: Theda Bara in "A
Friday, 28: Pauline Frederick in
"Peace of Roaring River." Interna International
tional International News.
Saturday, 29: Lewis Stone in "A
Man's Desire," and a comedy, "Merry
Tires and Tubes
j OCALA AUTO &
AT THE FAIR
With Better Weather and Increasing
Crowds, the Outlook is Encourag Encouraging
ing Encouraging to the Well-Wishers of the In Institution.
stitution. Institution. There is always a slender crowd at
the fair on the first day, and with the
scowling weather of yesterday morn morning,
ing, morning, it is no wonder that comparative comparatively
ly comparatively few attended in the afternoon.
However, those who were present had
a pleasant time, and were well repaid
The community show in the Agri Agricultural
cultural Agricultural Hall is the backbone of the
fair, and it alone is worth more than
the price of admission, and deserves
a long and careful inspection. It is
p'oof positive, more convincing than
an inscription graven in marble what
Marion county can do in the way ol
providing the good and pretty things
of life. The hall is a whole fair in it itself.
self. itself. The community exhibits ran
around in sequence. Beginning at the
light as you entered the door were
Eflleview and Candler, Anthony,
Shady, Mcintosh, Martel, Lowell.
Summerfield, Pedro and Levon, Ken-j
dnck and fellowship. Too much
praise cannot be given to the people
of these communities for their enter enterprise
prise enterprise and good taste. The big table
in the center of the room was heaDed
and stacked with the finest of pro products.
ducts. products. The agricultural hall is proof
alone of the assertion the Star ha's
often made that the people of Marion
county could live and live well if their
county was an island in the midst of
The exhibit of Lee Priest's farm
was also in this hall, and was a com
munity exhibit of its own. showing
what could be raised on one Marion
county farm. The best exhibit was
Lee's good-looking wife, without
whom Lee says he couldn't have had
any show at all. We daresay the same
could be said of almost any success successful
ful successful farmer.
Out in the horticultural hall, there
was the display of the com clubs,
and much cane, some flowers and cit citrus
rus citrus fruit. The cane display was of
special excellence. It was what you
might call an overflow exhibit, be because
cause because of all the articles shown, there
was already more or less of each in
th community exhibits.
This is children's day, and school
children fro mall over the county were
flocking in to see the fair. Most of
them were accompanied by their par parents.
ents. parents. TEN CENTS ADMISSION
The statement -in the Star yester
day that no admission to the fair
grounds was charged at night was an
error, a charge of ten cents being
made. This money, however, goes to
t lie fair management, which needs
the money, so we trust it will be paid
An argument arose the other day,
between a couple of petty officers on
duty at the naval recruiting station,
on the number of naval terms known
to the average man about town. Fjr
the purpose of deciding the argument
they selected four naval term3 and
r.ked business men in the vicinity of
Vhe station what they meant.
"Quartermaster," according to the
prevalent idea, was a man who has to
do Avith "supplies, and that sort of
thing." Really, in the navy, the quar quartermaster
termaster quartermaster is an experienced signal signalman
man signalman and helmsman, with a slight
knowledge of navigation.
"Turret-captain" was recognized by
almost everyone as the title of the
man in charge of a turret, its gun and
crew. One man offered the idea that
a turret-captain steered the ship.
The expression "heave the lead"
was variously interpreted. One man
said that it had something to do with
getting up the anchor; another said
that it was "something the engineers
did," while a third hit on the happy
thought that it was slang for "holding
target practice" the lead being the
projectiles. For the benefit of those
whose nautical vocabulary is limited,
it may be explained that "heaving
the lead" is the name given to the
operation of finding the depth of the
water by dropping over,the ship's side
a heavy weight attached to a marked
The masterpiece of the investiga investigation
tion investigation was the query, "What is the
Jack-of-the-Dust?" This evoked first
ar "are you joking" expression, fol followed
lowed followed by a period of intense thought.
Then came a varied lot of replies:
"The man that sweeps around the
ship." "The man that cleans up
pipes." "The coal bin man," etc. One
opinion worth noting was that Jack-of-the-Dust
was a flower. In reality,
this title is held by a seaman, assist assistant
ant assistant to the commissary steward aboard
ship, who has charge of the store store-looms
looms store-looms in which canned goods and
other food supplies are kept. The
name has been handed down in the
navy 'from revolutionary times.
Use the Stars unclassified Column 1
Great Britain and France Must Make
Treaty Operate Regardless of
What This Country Does
London, Nov. 19. Great Britain
?nd France are considering whether
they will not be compelled to carry
out the German peace treaty and ops ops-rate
rate ops-rate the league of nations independ independently
ently independently of the United States, pending a
decisio nof the American government
on its course. Opinion strongly pre prevails
vails prevails here that Great Britain will not
accept any reservations made by the
United States which would necessitate
the negotiating of a new treaty.
ITS GOOD AND TIME
Paris, Nov. 19. The American del delegations
egations delegations to the peace conference will
jail for home Dec. 5th or 6th. The
British delegation will probably leave
Paris about the same time, although
no official announcement has been
The low prices at which our Ladies'
Keady-to-Wear goods are being sold
during the November Sale will sur sur-I.rise
I.rise sur-I.rise you. Call and inspect them. B.
Save your SUGAR and sweeten
your coffee with Saccharin Tablets.
Only 35 cents the hundred at Gerig's
Diug Store. 18-tf
TEMPLE TEEATEM Sight
WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 26
The Season's Musical Comeey Event Supreme
t l--WW -V I f M Ji I All J I
Prices .75, 1.00, 1.5Q and 2.00. Mail Orders Now
Ticket Sale Opens Saturday Morning at the Court Pharmacy.
SAY THEY DUDE
A CLEAR SWEEP
xVccording to Bolsheviki, They Have
Captured All of .Kolchak's
London, Nov. 19. An attempt to
assassinate Admiral Kolchak, head of
the All-Russian government, is re reported
ported reported in a wireless from Moscow.
Hand grenades were thrown at him.
six soldiers were killed and twelve
In capturing Tobolsk, Ishim, Zuka Zuka-linsk,
linsk, Zuka-linsk, Petropoavlovsk, Koktshetoff
and Omsk, the dispatch asserts, the
bolsheviki took 28,000 prisoners, in including
cluding including one thousand officers.
YUDENITCH'S MEN DESERT
Helsingfors, Nov. 19. It "is report reported
ed reported here that 28,000 troops of General
Yudenitch's northwestern Russian
army have gone over to the bolshe bolsheviki.
viki. bolsheviki. CANDIDATES
At the meeting of the council Tues Tuesday
day Tuesday night, the following petitions for
candidates in the ensuing city election
For mayor: Robert L. Anderson and
John D. Robertson.
For alderman second ward: C E.
Summons and C. W. Hunter.
For alderman fourth ward: B. Gold Goldman.
man. Goldman. I
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OCA LA EVENING STAR, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 19, 1919
OCALA EVEIIIIIG STAR
Published Every Day Except Sunday by
STAR PUBLISiHNG COMPANY
OF OCALA, FLA.
II. II. Carroll, Prevalent
. V. Leaveuguod, Secreturj -Treasurer
J. II. Iienjauilu. Kdltor
Entered at Ocala, Tla..
liuftlneM Offlee Five-One
Editorial Department Two-Seven
MEMBER. ASSOCIATED PItESS
The Associated Press is exclusively
entitled for the use for republication of
all news dispatches credited to it or
not otherwise credited in this naDer
and also the local news published
to meet the payments every once in
a while and pay it back when the tax
is collected. I think we have to do
that occasionally now.
I see you have got the cost of main maintaining
taining maintaining roads up now from $25 to
v'25,000. At the same rate of increase
you will get up to what it will actual actually
ly actually cost by election time.
We have heard the talk about low
rrollage before but it didn't lower the
taxes. Have you got your statement
of taxes this year? Better find out
what it is before voting bonds, then
vait until the country gets to a more
5-ettled condition, until the war is
ever, before adding to the county in
debtedness and the city of Ocala in indebtedness
debtedness indebtedness another million and a half
dollars. George Stuart.
Friend Stuart, having given us per-
J. B. GRIGGS
herein. All riKht- Of reDUblioatiOn Of mJeciAn tn orwwc. will Vl n tra
ckim Mi'a i., ma uciciu arc also re
On year, in advance 6.00
gix months, in advance 3.00
Three months, in advance 1.50
)ne month, in advance 60
One year, in advance 18.00
Six months, in advance 4.25
Three months, in advance 2.25
One month, in advance 80
TIMES WILL COME
to tell him he made a big mistake in
his first line. He accused us of writ writing
ing writing three columns when we only wrote
two. Wipe off your specks, Brother
No, Mr. Stuart, we have not the
highest prices on record. A number
of tables have been published show showing
ing showing that the prices of many articles
were higher just after our civil war
than they are now. Owing to worse
transportation, food was low priced
where it was grown and high-priced
where it wasn't. All over the South,
the cost of sugar, coffee, flour and
F.Hitnr Start You sav in vour three everything not grown at home was
columns, "Will Mr. Stuart please tell Prohibitive Our own food-stuffs we
whpn normal timp will rome? And couldn t sell away from home, and as
what they will look like when they do ouc labr was shorter then than now,
come'" I we couiu Dareiy raise enuugn w leeu
T nnrl infpmlpri to Ipvp discussion U selves. As for the rest of the
to more fluent writers, but you ask a orld prices have" been so high after
fair question. I will answer it. We ninV wars that the only PeoPle who
vIlVp tho hicrWt nriops on rorord could eat were those who grew or
kohonr. t.hp world now. TWausP raised bread and meat, and those who
supplies have been depleted by the ere song enough to take part or
most devastating war in the history ?t of it away from them Prices
cf the world. You remember it, no America are not so dreadfully high
a, str,,i ficrnfjno- vpar no-o now as most people are receivmg
under an armistice; celebrated it last prices Products and making
Tmpsv t.rof v of npP Has not hppn lgh wages. Most of your argument
signed up yet. The reason we have is a series of suppositions. You prac-
. ..... I iollr occo-f "If A Viae on anni!
fiir gives him Inoiher apple, A will Coi.idering his physical and mental c peanuts, any variety; $2 per bush
rZ dpnlPtPd Kvl tanA Tuff anH man- have two apples." All of which is condition for a few days before ms or 8 cents per pound. We also want
Xturt rrect- But you don't know that dc-ath, the writer does not believe he your furs. hides. cotton, etc. Ocala
ufactures must ft the money to buy wag respoRsible for the fatal deed Exchanee & Hide Co.. Carmichael
."v." " l.Ar have that B will ive A his anole. or therefore the consolation offered his building, Ocala, Fla. 19-tf
iinirH on vviiiiL lie sens w ncLiiei. ibisi - i 1 j j j j ji
. .. f Vio tu.u.. Mn wo am nnt on. sorrowing Kinarea ana inenas ana
depeted or not making an endless supply of especially his aged wife who with h
chain of inflated prices which must U3T enty ears J J?Va j,Lv. PApfl lif i
version of "Pretty Baby" at the Tem Tem-P14
P14 Tem-P14 theater next Friday night, is very
proud of his Dixie chorus with the
I ig musical show. Many musical com comedy
edy comedy produceis mention in every form
ci advertising their so-called "Broad "Broadway
way "Broadway chorus," but not with Jimmie
Hedges. He claims there are just as
c-cod looking girls in the smaller
towns and the country and with the
.roper training they are just as nim nimble
ble nimble in the dances, and their voices are
just as sweet in song. After several
seitsons with temperamental New
York chorus ladies, he decided he
'ould produce his own chorus, and as
he was at the time playing thru the
cities of the south he there formed
hi--, famous "Dixie Chorus." Every girl
iti the Jimmie Hodges show was an
amateur when starting with this
.show, but' with care and patience has
now a chorus that i the talk of mus musical
ical musical comedy producers. He looked first
for youth because the younger gen generation
eration generation are more easily taught the in intricate
tricate intricate dancing steps. Only those pos possessing
sessing possessing good looks were taken, and
best trained chorus in the fields of
Editor Star: The community at and Glorious Youth and Fresh Young
about Lynne in this county was great-! Beauty Predominates in
ly shocked on, last Sunday afternoon; "Pretty Baby"
at the sad news of the untimely death j One of the essential things in mus mus-of
of mus-of the aged and esteemed fellow citi-il comedy is the chorus and Jimmie
zen, J. B. Griggs, "Uncle Dick," as he; Hedges, who will present his new 1010
1 11 1 t 1-111 I I .
was ionaiy Known oy nis Kinarea ana
f fiends, who were many. His reputa
tion was untarnished as a quiet, un unassuming
assuming unassuming loyal citizen. He was born
and reared in this county, within two
miles of where death came last Sun
day and took him down to the silent
grrve. He had passed his three score
and ten and one years. He was a
member of the Baptist church and
loved and feared God with all his
house for many years. In early life,
he married a Miss Caldwell in the
same neighborhood where he and she
resided to the day of his death. There
were born to them one son and three
daughters. The son. L. B. Griggs; a
respected citizen, survives him and
was first to his father's side in one
n.inute after the fatal shot was fired.
One daughter, Mrs. Isaac W. Perkins,
a respected lady, is also left to mourn
the loss of a devoted father. The
other two daughters, Mrs. Barmer of
Cioom and Mrs. William Fore of
Lynne, preceded their father to the
grave. The sad death of Mrs. Fore,
who was bitten by a large rattlesnake
and lingered for many days in the
Ocala hospital in the summer of last
year, will be remembered by many
for a long time yet.
As old age came upon the subject
of this sketch, affliction laid his hand
upon him and as his physical system
weakened his mental faculties began
to fail. His life had been one of in industry
dustry industry and frugality, his children had
all married and left the parental
rcof with families of their own. Age
and affliction brought him low in the
valley of desolation and he worried
III I I 1.1.1 W tTW I. 111. Ill atW I I I I I I. V II W I IV T fill Vk. a M m .
i e nrx. i a. j it A l L.b feix line maximum, one
1:5iP. US, rm.' e tw days time, 25c.; three times, 50c; six time.
at nio lira hio riirlnrr ovirl roocAmntv a i n V i l i
faculties seemed to completely leave
him. The night before the fatal
hour he was completely deranged
n'ANlTD. LOST. FOUND. FOR
SALE, FOR RENT AND SIM SIM-1LAR
1LAR SIM-1LAR IOCAL NEEDS
All New Goods!
All the Late Styles!
oc; one month $3. Payable
in ad- 11
WANTED At once, 10,000 bushels
WOOD For oak wood, cut to order,
bCSc down when the sunnlv of de PrTnt PaP W ore than a mewh- lived such a happy, peaceful life for call Teapot Grocery, or see J. II. J.
rieted arUclel fs rep1et?dPP(Try and ant will buy twenty years' supply so many years and who was the bur- Counts. 19-tf
jmeu articles is icpitteu. xiy au ('f.n nf I119 hpflrt to leave as cxnressed
.f fVncQ -T-rla ; ,ro T-in-Vlf tVlic SUgUI, iUI W1C 11 UU WWW l. 1 . r 7 1
ThP nnlv ai food stuff will ordinary newspaper would deteriorate a letter he left. However, be it FOR SALE Four burner gas stove,
t.me.) Ihe supply or lood stutt win ,J.. I cniA Viot- v, loff Iit- nlontv tu ooi t o t t a
Ko r-onlataA incf oo cftnn oo Vio wot i I WlUL UHie. XUh UI11CSS WB 1U1U OUHIC I . I i HWIiC ooi. i.no. X . uyiiuvu,
settled and the farmers of the world ther wav .of making paper we will of this .W s nd a ov son Sanchez street. 18-3t
Ai mL. i nav more lor it in iyay tnan we go u"6wr w iciw men uiuui
tan grow me crops. ine supply 01 whilo Rho stavs hpro tn monm thnhvAMTPnT. A.
IIUW. I ww I VI k- X U U A V UUJ W W A. J A- V
Historv savs. Mr. Stuart, that the Mcss of an affectionate and devoted cr. COod farm near Ocal of about 100
panic of 1873 was caused by "fiuctu- husband. R. F. R. lacies. Give full particulars as to price,
terms, number acres cleared, location
and condition of buildings, rooms in
house, water, etc. Address, "B," care
Star office. 18-3t
manufactures will be repleted just as
soon as the war is settled, the Reds
.a a rr,iiic ir,A faofnioc nf ation in the volume and value of the
a v uv .J national currency. Out of this had
.rviiici ik-t auu i-uiu yj gci uov.r w i ..
normal working conditions and. begin
producing a surplus instead of a
risen a wild spirit oi speculation,
which sapped the foundations of bus- A congregational meeting of the
iness, destroyed financial confidence members of the Presbyterian church
w fv,on if -.rm, Hnxr tfcnM tWPTitv and ended in disaster." There was at of Ocala, Fla., is called for Sunday W ANTED Work by man who has
wow tnen. u you ouy mat twenty ul v xt on mm lu.. : alt
,,flc nf riono nnrl mvo vnilf UlttW HIllC U1CIILV Ui. 1WUSIUUS Hi MIC 1 HlOniing ttt U1U CllUrClI, AHOV. OU, XiXi. 1 liilU fAJJCI 1CIH-C WHn auiumwucs ouu u f
notes for it you willknow "what they United States, but transportation was All members requested to be present years clerking in confectionary store.
wt- liifo wnon fViPv o-Pt hprp n cny partly developed and speculation, to vote on a call for a pastor. Competent for any ordinary line of II
A little price history: After the Particularly in wheat and cotton, was
civil war closed a lot of iellow3 IX
thought like you, that prices would
remain inflated, but when they start
ed down they went much faster than
they had risen and when the fellows
vho thought they would keep up had
to pay a lot of them bankrupted out
of it that was the panic of ,73. and
what caused it? Just before the panic
of '93 we had another period of rising
prices. We ought to avoid it this
time, having learned 'by experience,
tut you need to be reminded, it seems.
You say, "Coin Harvey and the 50 50-cent
cent 50-cent dollar," to me. Silver was quot quoted
ed quoted last week at $1.30 there you are,
measured in gold. That settles it.
Don't worry about the school tax
and the next set of commissioners;
that's voted, but you say you are sup supporting
porting supporting bonds because you regard it
as an investment. Of course it is. That
is what I have been telling you and
preachin' to you. I have been telling
you it is a bad investment to pay two
or three times as much for roads now
"as you would have had to pay three
or four" years ago or three or four
years hence. I am in favor of good
roads but I want to make it an in investment
vestment investment instead of a missinvestment.
When you get the $9 a day corn husk husk-ers
ers husk-ers and $15 skilled road workers here,
you will understand what I mean.
v The interest on sinking fund that
is the same in normal times as now,
but money in small amounts is worth
eight per cent. I borrowed money to
pay my .taxes last year and paid eight
per cent for it. The creation of a
sinking fund takes the money out of
taxpayers' pockets and banks it until
the bonds are due. He loses the eight
per cent during the wait and pays
five per cent besides, making 13 per
cenl, the actual cost, and the sinking
fund must be loaned to cut it down.
That is the real economical statement
of it. The interest is payable semi semiannually,
annually, semiannually, one payment during tax
paying timet the other after the close.
We want you to see that the commis commissioners
sioners commissioners don't have to borrow money
We might add to that, Mr. Stuart,
that there was a great panic in the
work. Address, Frank Falsetta, gen
eral delivery, Ocala, Fla. 17-3t
While every item in our stock is brand new
don't get the idea that it is necessarily high
priced. Among our lines will be found mod moderately
erately moderately priced goods which are sold at con considerably
siderably considerably higher prices than we are asking.
We invite you to call in and see for your yourself.
self. yourself. And, remember, that we have the
Ocala exclusive agency for the famous
SCHLOSS BROTHERS Clothing for men
Your's for Men's Wear
T1T1 MM M
Ocala House Block
1 Sec Mc
For AH Classes i Oi
Stone, Brick, Wood,
j. D. McCasMU
Phone 446. 728 Wenona St.
when prices were very reasonable, be
ing not more than 30 or 40 per cent
ot what they are now.
And so silver is worth $1.30, is it?
Now; Mr. Stuart, we 11 make you a
proposition. Obtain $100 in silver,
take it to one of our banks, and if
they give you $130 in silver for it we
w;ii crive you mat will De a
big day's work for you, Mr. Stuart.
Your assertion about bonds being a
misinvestment is no more authorita
tive than ours to the contrary. There
is one thing certain and that you
can't truthfully deny, that no city,
county or state in the United States
has made any advancement without
going into debt. No man has ever
built up a big business without' going
into debt. The only way a man or a
community can get along in this civ civilized
ilized civilized world is by borrowing money
and making it work for him. A man
who or a city or a county which can't
borrow money and use it sensibly
can't get anywhere.
Or course, you have to pay eight
per cent on money in small amounts
why shouldn't you? Do you expect a
tank to be an eleemosynary institu institution.
tion. institution. At 8 per cent, money is the
cheapest thing you can obtain. Mer
chants have to make more than that
on drygoods and groceries in order to
I n m .. m 1 111
The members of the Presbyterian -u I r umisnea rooms ior ngni
Appiy 10 iurs. inauu
country in 1893, when there had been church are requested to meet in the housekeeping. App
no war, when there was plenty to church Sundav. Nov. 30th. 1919. to Williams, 709 South
i l m w 9 I i
eat ana wear, ana wnen our trans- consider the call of a nastor. All mem-
portation- system was gooa, ana hers are earnestly requested to be
present. Pulpit Supply Committee.
The best winter hog and cow pas-
tyre is rye. rape and oats. At Ocala
Seed Store. 13-tf
-Attend the November Ready-to-Wear
Sale now going on at B. Gold Gold-nr.an's.
nr.an's. Gold-nr.an's. 17-Ct
. Cherry Bark Cough Syrup will give
you instant relief. Sold in Ocala only
jat Gerig's Drug Store. 18-tf
WANTED A housekeeper. Apply to
Max Fishel. Ocala. 17-tf
c r f
LOST The finder of bicycle taken
from Baptist church about noon Sun
day, Nov. 16th, will please return to
Chero-Cola Bottling Works. 17-3t
AGENTS WANTED To demonstrate
Save-Gas Tablets; must have auto
mobile; big money for the hustler.
Gasoline at 2 cents per gallon. Send
l$l for trial can enough for 100 gal
lons of gasoline. Write Wm. Kohler,
33rd St. and 14th Ave., Tampa, Flor
Temple Tflueafre TTonillGnw RTfM7
ONE NIGHT ONLY Jl 11 MUMLvy 9 lXlvLPW-
A SURE WAY TO SAVE ON TIRES
Let us vulcanize all of your old used
tires which can possibly be saved in
.his way. Our vulcanizing process
positively prolongs the life of both
tires and tubes. Figure it out for
yourself and you will see what a big
saving we can create for you in your
OFFICE ROOMS FOR RENT Two
large office rooms, overlooking corner
of two business streets, and conven
ient to postoffice. Apply to Dr. D. M.
FOR SALE (Wood Cut to Order.)
Reduce the high cost of keeping com
fortable this winter by buying youi
'ood cut ready to burn direct from
the producer, thereby saving the
piufits of the city wood yard. Orders
3! led anywhere in the city. Phone
3;M. C. P. Howell. Ocala. 4-m
iVIEWS FOLLIES ? FROLIC
Jimmie Hodges Offers
0 ALL ROLLED IttTU CHE
1 GIGANTIC TORNADO OF FUN
?HE SUPREME MUSICAL COMEDY SUCCESS
Nobody expects the interest on 0kUwaha Ave
he money for the bonds or the sink-
Speedy and Comfortable
Cars at All Hours
Call 7 J Home
ng iunu to pay an tne interest on me
bjnds it would be impossible to sell
bonds on such terms, but the interest
drawn by the county on its borrowed
runey and sinking fund will reduce
the total to be paid by a considerable
amount. When you try to measure
financial affairs running into seven
figures by your own, you are trying
to water an elephant with a teacup.
We don't know, Friend Stuart,
v hat the cost of maintaining new
roads will be; neither do you. What
v.e do know is that you have never
i?iown any signs of understanding
what a road is for. You seem to think
ii is something only to be built and
l aid for. You have never taken any
consideration of how much less time,
cas. oil and wecr and tear on his auto
ot wagon or strain on his horse a raau
must pav for on a good road than on
a bad one. You know our roads are
bad and becoming worse in spite of
fifty to sixty thousand dollars a year
bting spent on them, but you are un unwilling
willing unwilling to apply the only practical
remedy to stop the deterioration and
expense. You are in fact in the con-
1 dition of a man in bed on a cold night,
and not having cover enough will lie
and shiver all night because he hasn't
the courage to jump up and run in the
! next room and obtain another blanket
2 hich would keep him comfortable.
Yes, we have had our statement of
taxeslmd paid the same, and this re reminds
minds reminds us to say:
Marion county must pay her share
of state and federal taxes that will go
to build better roads, and unless she
j i .m & :
0 I i)Uims lur ruaus snc win iiui rcccic
! rpnt in return. Hid vnu vr think
of that, Friend Stuart?
We can furnish you with the
HIGH GRADE :
LUE GIM GONG,
WARTMANN NURSERY CO :
Y'ou will enjoy the Fair
so much more if your
eyes are properly fitted
with the glasses you
need. Don't delay. Con- 'J.i&
suit DR. K. J. WE1HE,
Optometrist ard Optician
l"OR SALE Nice residence in good'
neighborhood. Bargain at $3800. Easy
;erms. Apply to P. O. Box 575. 6-m
WOOD Phone 14G for all lenghthsl
ak or pine wood; thoroughly season-
d. Special price on quantity orders.
L'it in your winter supply now.
Smoak's Wrood Yard. 15-tf
FARMERS AND TRUCK GROWERS
v-ith other fertilizers which they are
.iow using. Call on the John Dozier
Company, Ocala, for the PIIOSLIME
'ooklet and intormation how to use
i'JiySLlME to the best advantage,
ard sae money on fertilizers. PHOS PHOS-I.IMK
I.IMK PHOS-I.IMK is a -Marion county Soft Phos Phosphate
phate Phosphate product and is iked extensively
m South Atlantic states as well as
.New England ar.3 the Northern
states. Try this home product and
save monev ,and increase your profits.
7URNITURE, ETC. I buy and seM
second hand furniture. Experts put it
?n good condition before re-selling.
Repair sewing machines, lawn mow mowers,
ers, mowers, enamelware, etc. J. W. Hunter,
:.10, 312. 314 South Main St. 23-tf
FOR SALE Choice location and soil
conditions. Go see it. Three miles
from Summcreld and Oklawaha A.
C. L. and S. A. L. railroads; one mile
frcm Lr.lre Weir. Deed recorded Aug.
2z, 1915, pa-e 141, deed book 1611,
Ocala, Fla., county court; taxes paid.
Special bargain, $300 cash. E. Mill Mill-er.der,
er.der, Mill-er.der, 302 Tenth St., New Kensing Kensington,
ton, Kensington, Penna. ll-14-9t
WOOD l am now prepared to deliver
good dry heart pine wood in 14-inch
lengths at $2 per strand. Phone orders
to No. 125. Sidney F. Thompson, lm
V A I J I 1 II
frD A 0)0
jSINGERS, DANCERS ahoCOMEDIAHS
WHO BRING SUNSHINE INTO
THE LIVES OF ALL WHO
YOUTH AtiD BEAUTY
YOUTH ano CHARM
ARM IN ARM
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ft -; a
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THE CO MB WED CHA&M OF ITS JOYOUS NlODS
and REFRESWW GAIETY MAm f 7 SiMPlY MCOMPAMBIB
POSITIVELY THE LIVELIEST HAPPV-SO-LUCKY SHOW OF THE 5EAS0U
Prices 50c, $1.50, Pies War
Scat Sale at Court Pharmacy, November 18
OCALA EVENING STAR, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 19. 1919
fSyi'-i :' i v w w -Z'. 1; .-w-. .-w .o. tim: .- .-T-. .T-. r .r -r-. :
-- - --" ... jy
Come and Hear The
npjii a nnnimnrunro
f iuuHLH ubbunnrjibtd
OVERSEAS LADIES' ORCHESTRA
And find out what kind of
entertainment your boys had
WOWS CLUB HOUSE
24TH, 8 P. (.I.
ADMISSION 75 CENTS
Benifit of the Public School.
Tickets sold at Gerigs Drug Store,
Ocaia National Bank and Public Library.
Seats reserved until 8 o'clock for holders of season tickets.
If you have
any society item-,
Mr. John Bouvier
tending the fair.
is in Oi lando at-
and Mrs. Fred Mcffert wre ir.
from Lowell yesterday, attenJin tne
Mr. E. A. Osborne has returned
Diit:r.j;ui5:hed by simplicity and
dignity was the wedding of Miss Irma
r-'-vl kt- and Mr. Clinton Ward Effinger,
vhlch wa-. solemnized at 3:30 yester yester-';T
';T yester-';T r.fierr.oon at the Presbyterian
The church was crowded to its ca ca-rrij:ty
rrij:ty ca-rrij:ty with friends and relatives to
v 'in;-;s the marriage. The church was
.-'.;it; atf :ly decorated in a white and
,','itn motif, palmettos being placed
irvind the waitscoting, while sprays
zi asparagus fern were delicately
J -uiicJ over the windows and doors.
was connected with the Florida Utili Utilities
ties Utilities Company of this city, and while
here he made a fine reputation for;
his business integrity and abilitv. He
in mf in
!home from a business trip to K.-:i-
m l 1 I
Itucky, lennessee ana rorta larouna. ; ? l c,,ni cf white with asparagus fern
! t-iiing over it. Quantities of white
Mr. H. M. Hampton of Ocala and ; chrysanthem urns in a number of
(Miami accompanied Mr. Whit I'al-; t ,y-.ai vasfcS were placed on the
Imer to Baltimore to the bedside of,c,lar jn very appropriate places
Mr. R. S. Hall. joystal candlesticks stood with lighted
(C irdies, which made a most beautiful
j Mr. and Mrs. W. V. Clyatt are ex-,(,lfct in thfc centcr G'f the altar was
Ipccting their cousin, Mr. James jr hure basket of white chrysanthe-
lriDbeu toaay to be tneir guest (ur-,nums witll a iarge bow of white
ing fair week. in-line on the handle. Directly back
Mr. ana Mrs. raul uurana nave ar- a love bowknot of tulle. Besides mak mak-rived
rived mak-rived in the city after eighteen a rjrettv annearance this love knot
i months spent at Butler, Pa., and are; ;irnilipi m,iP It- was thp hri's
Mc-1 occUDVintr their home on Adams
j mother's own wedding veil.
x-L 1 i 1 1
:.: Hii me ceremony me ionow-
i i.;'' lausical program was rendered:
Misses Sarah and Jess Dehon re- r,.rr-,r. ic "CVT,ii. ni.
(:, turned yesterday from Tampa, where!-To a VVild Rose" (McDowell) Mrs.
j. ii. layior.
Season Tickets $2.50. Five Entertainments ()
they were guests of their uncle and
aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Emilio Sua re, for
ta few days.
j The many friends of little Miss
s& Julia McKay will be glad to learn
sjL-.sj&..-zX'''Xm-Z;''GL eZ'jJX'' making ner non
W&S! E. A. Osborne
(that she is improving after a ?evere
illness. Miss Julia is spending the
j winter in Ocala to attend .school andjjU:Jje Bullock.
making her home with her aunt,
Vocal solo, "O Perfect Love" Miss
Vocal solo, "Because" (Dellardelot)
A. E. Gerig.
Vocal solo, "Still as the Night"
Mrs. Harrison Black.
Vocal solo, "O Promise Me" Miss
Service on your Maxwell ban be had by bringing it to me. Any
troubles of the entire Electrical System quickly remedied.
All General Repair Work on this make of car is my SPECIALTY
and YOUR ECONOMY.
MAXWELL REPAIR SHOP
Yonge Blk., Cor. Ft. King Ave. and Osceola St., L. E. YONCE, Prop.
Quartet, "Bridal Chorus from the
Kobe Maiden" A. E. Gerig, J. J.
foliar. Mrs. G. W. Martin. Miss Musie
Mr. and Mrs. Christian Ax and Unilock
! Miss Adeia ax are expected to arrive ; xPVer before in Ocala had there
j Friday from Baltimore, where theyli.cen heard such aa elaborate musical
iwere called a fortnight ago by the j j...oirrani which was wonderfully eri-
oeatn oi Mrs. Ax, latner. Mr. nenry, ,,)V(.(i for ti,G thirtv minutes nreced-
Keidel. Miss Blair Woodrow, who
jhas been north for the past two
j months, will return home with the Ax
family, having been their guest for
iiij the ceremony. Miss Musie iJul iJul-iock
iock iJul-iock never sang sweeter. Her voice
was unusually clear and sympathetic,
i he was gowned most becomingly in
an exquisite beaded georgette, fash fashioned
ioned fashioned tunic stvle and wore a handsome
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Borland and ; v;lite lace picture hat. Mr. A. E.
is a young man of excellent character,'!
.-i.u nab uten auLLcssiui in tne uusi-n-?ss
woild. He is manager of the
f lorida Utilities Company at West
Palm Beach. For four years he was
in the service of Uncle Sam, a part
of which time he spent in France
with the A. E. F., and has only recent recently
ly recently returned to civil life.
The happy couple left on the north northbound
bound northbound Seaboard train, amid the con congratulations
gratulations congratulations and best wishes of their
friends, for West Palm Beach, their
Arrival and Departure of passenger
trains at OCALA UNION STATION.
The following schedule figures pub published
lished published as information and not guar guaranteed.
anteed. guaranteed. (Eastern Standard Time)
SEABOARD AIR LINE RAILROAD
2:20 am Jacksonville-New York 2:10 am
1:55 pm Jacksonville 1:30 pm
4:05 pm Jacksonville 4:26 pm
2:15 am T&mpa-Manatee-
St. Petersburg 2:15 am
T 50 pm Tampa-Manatee 1:35 pra
I 25 pm Tjkmpa-Su Teterabury 4:05 pm
ATLANTIC COAST LINE RAILROAD
i 12 pin J'ckaonvUle-Nw York 2:15 am.
1:45 pm. J'ksonville-O'likesville 3:35 pm.
$.42 am. J'ksonvllle-O'nesvllla 10:11 pm
315 am. St. Pet'abrg-lAkeUnd 2:12 aiu.
3:35 pm St. Pefsburg-Lakeland 1:25 pm
7:10 am. Dunnell on-Wilcox
7.40 am. Du'nllon-Lkeland 11:01 om
Attffeiucl nine FMf
' 45 pm.
1 :35 pm
Monday, Wednesday. Friday.
Tuesday. Thursday. Baturday.
We Keep It on Draught
5c and 10c a Glass
Next to Grand Stand at Fair
Grounds and east end of Ocala
Sea Foods and Lunches Served at All Honrs
If you need a Hot Water Bottle, be
sure and get one of those bargains at
Gerig's Drug Store. $1.69 special
V. K. Lane, AX. PhjEldan and
Surgeon, specialist Eye, Ear, Nose and
Throat. Law Library Building, Ocala,
son James, and their guests, Misses
Lucile Gissendaner and Catherine
iJenry, and Masters Louis Knight and
Ted Drake, returned at midnight last
right from their trip to Orlando. They
report a most wonderful time and
were delighted with the Ringling
E WINDSOR MOTEL
In the heart of the city with Hemming Park for a front yard.
Every modern convenience in er tx'om. Dining room service is
second to none.
RATES From $1.50 per vy per person to $6.
ROBERT M. MEYER.
The Ocala Exchange & Hide Com
pany is paying 8 cents a pound t
a bushel for peanuts. 19-Gt
LOST One black blockv raare mule from my camp
Saturday, the 8th; weight between 900 and 1100
pounds; has U. S. mark on front shoulder.
This mule was bought from Camp Jackson, and if
anyone locating her will notify me I will pay him
well for his trouble.
r. I raws, mm, Ha.
Mr. N. A. Russell has arrived in the
city from Kissimmee and has taken
charge of the Postal Telegraph office.
Mr. B. P. Bishop, whose place Mr.
Russell takes, has gone to Jackson Jacksonville,
ville, Jacksonville, where he will in tli2 future re reside.
side. reside. While in Ocala Mr. Bishop made
many friends who regret las depar departure,
ture, departure, but wish for him much success
in his new home.
Mr. and Mrs. Heron Todd arrived in
the city yesterday from Washington,
and are guests for two days of Mr.
and Mrs. Emanuel Martin. This is
Mr. Todd's first visit heme ince his
marriage a month or so ago, and both
he and his bride are kept busy receiv receiving
ing receiving congratulations. Afire their
short tsay here, Mr. Tcdd will take
his bride to Sebastian to,,, make the
acquaintance of his mother, Mrs. Rex
Todd and sister, Mrs. A. N. Withers.
Mrs. Todd has been at Sebastian with
her daughter recuperating since an
operation for appendicitis a month
Owing to the fact that the Marion
County Fair is claiming so much of
the time and attention of the people j biack picture hat.
tins weeK, tne parisn commiuee oi The matron of honor.
Gerig, as always, rendered his solo
most effectively. Mrs. Harrison
iiiack's solo, was excellent, and as her
:ce has always been extragantly ad ad-ivred
ivred ad-ivred in Ocala. it was a treat to hear
her again. Mrs. Black was a lovely
j ieture in an exquisite pink georgette
with a pink ereoreette nicture hat to
j The quartet number was one of the
j lot selections on the program. Mr.
jJake Gerig's voice can always but it
j c mid not have been complete without
I .Mrs. Martin, whose alto is always
Lnoroughly enjoyed. Mrs. Martin was
viiry handsomely dressed in black
georgette and velvet.
Mrs. John H. Taylor, the acom acom-panist
panist acom-panist for the entire program, was
very attractive in a white silk dress
Mid white picture hat.
Promptly at 3:30 p. m. to the
strains of the Bridal Chorus from
Lohengrin, Miss Musie Bullock, sing singing
ing singing and carrying gorgeous Russell
roses, entered from the front of the
church, came down the left aisle and
cicssed in front of the altar. Follow Following
ing Following down the two aisles came Mr.
Hugo Mcintosh and Mr. Oliver B.
Jiowsc, crossing in front of the altar.
Then entered the two bridesmaids,
Aiss Annie Davis and Miss Caroline
Kariiss, each carrying huge bouquets
ef the most perfect long-stemmed
r.ussell roses, and they also crossed
t the altar. Miss Davis was beauti
ful wearing an exquisite white geor
gette with hat the shade of the roses
she carried. Miss Harriss was most
attractive in a green voile, with trim
niitgs of ruffles and lace and black
veivte. Miss Harriss wore a large
Grace Episcopal church think it wise
not to have the meeting announced
for this evening at the church. The
Wednesday evening meetings will be
lesumed next week, however, when
Rev. Worsham, of the Church of the'
Good Shepherd, of Jacksonville, will
address the congregation.
Mrs. R. G.
Eiake, entered alone, carrying Russell
roses. She was beautifuly gowned in
white georgette and satin and wore a
very attractive white Cluny lace pic
ture hat. Little Misses Elizabeth
Dixon a flower girl and Josephine
Irnntham as ring bearer entered to
gether. Miss Elizabeth was a picture
of loveliness in a beautiful white or
gandie dress, carrying a large white
during the November Sale will sur- bow and filied with rose petals. Jose-UM
prise you. iaii ana inspect mem. d. p,jne Trantham. a perfect little doll.
The low prices at which our Ladies' j
Ready-to-Wear goods are being sold basket tied a pink butterfly tulle
W. R. Pedrick
J. H. Spencer
THE OCALA SA ENGINE WORMS
Local Agents for the Old Reliable
Announces that they are now Handling Storage Batteries and
maintain a fully equiped service station for recharging batteries.
Complete line of GOODYEAR and UNITED STATES Tires and
Tubes. All kinds of Automobile Accessories, and a full line of
parts for the BUICK.
Acetylene Welding Our Specialty
OCALA GAS ENGINE WO!
SPENCER & PEDRICK, Proprietors.
l" When Better Automobiles Are Built buick Will Build Them
Oc&laivoba AVerine and Osceola SL Ocala,'Florida
was pretty in an exquisite white silk
lace dress. She carried the bride's
rintr on a heart snapea tray with a
butterfly bow of pink tulle.
The lovely bride entered with her
brother, Mr. Robert Blake and was
met at the altar by the groom, his
lcst man, Mr. Linn Sanders, and the
J Episcopal minister. Rev. L. H. Kirkby.
The bride was stunningly and beau
titully attired in a tailored suit of
navy tricotine, with a very becoming
Jark blue hat with trimimngs of gold
in a Persian design, with accessories
to match. Her costume was further
i enhanced by a lovely corsage bouquet
of roses and lilies of the valley. The
biide also carried a white prayer
The impressive Episcopal ring cere ceremony
mony ceremony was read by the minister and
durinir the service Mrs. Harrison
' Elack very softly sang "Constancy."
I To the strains of Mendelssohn the
bridal party left the church.
i Ihe charming young Dnae is a
I native Ocalan, the only daughter of
...Mrs. R. G. Blake. Her father, who
jriwas one of the most highly esteemed
Jimcn in this county, died many years
4 s.jro. Mrs. Effinger is a graduate of
?ith? Ocala High School and of the
jj : Florida College for Women at Talla
hassee. She is a musician of unusual
ability, beine accomplished in both
e v.cal and instrumental music, and
3 has delighted the people of Ocala at
I ; virions times with her superb ability
g r.t the piano and sweet. voice. She has
f nMde her home in this city all her life.
She is unusually pretty, a blonde type,
end has a winsome and charming
manner. Her many friends regret
that her marriage takes her away,
but wish for her all happiness in her
new hom at West Palm Beach, where
a cozy furnished bungalow has been
made ready for her by the groom.
Mr. Effinger, a native of Canada,
has made his home in Florida for
eight years, part of which time he
.E in ,.D
MW A ID)
Every Garment in the house
Cold Weather is here and so
is your opportunity to buy
warm garments at warm weather
H K A Pa
The Fashion Center
A..!,i.;CwirkiJ-., p .-. p
OCALA EVENING STAR, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 19. 1919
Honor roll of the
ocala high school
j LATEST LOCALS
CoSfins and Caskets,
Day Phone 253 NightJPhones 511 and 395
L. HURST, MANAGER
Opposite Court House. Ocala Fla.
YOUR CREDIT IS GOOD. "WHY PAY MORE
The following is the honor roll of! Howard Curry, the Seaboard's de de-the
the de-the Ocala high school for the month ; velopment agent, is here, buttering
pidinir Kftv 7th- tne falr with his genial smile.
We are now prepared to give demonstrations
in the popular
to show its many new and striking features.
Opposite Harrington Hall Hotel.
, rwas there to make a sketch of jdren's Hour like a feast. For the
heiO Luncheon was just over, aniny toddlers there is a varied
she was talking to a little knot oi menu, sometimes Uneeda Biscuit
women. The first words I heard, as and milk, sometimes Graham Crack-
I slid quietly into a nearby seat, were" prs. Oatmeal Crackers or Lunch Bis-
'National Biscuit," reef r -r.J7'-" 1 is changed on special
antly my own tasty Vi
eou. I liked her, and settled com
fortably as she spoke again, my per
and ears bus
she was quoting, "there's always
bit of pause when all the work
sppnis wait ins? and listening Ias
A 1 I T f..st.
hai S fSS The verdict is
iZSnTV3 Old Time Sugar Cook-
vies .or Fig Newtons and, rarest of
iall, there are days when we had
of tmmrn,vnm wXq-14gw and those
"Don't think my hour is just a
unch hour. It started us happily.
Uxatiaall, and made us sure they
Fourth Grade: Cora Lee Goolsby, :
ida Barnett, Guyula Chandler, Lil Lillian
lian Lillian Hyndeman, Pauline Godwin, J. B.
Smith, Leon Goldman. Alwyn Joyner,
Herbert Jones. Richard Moxley,
Laura Grubbs, Elizabeth Rodgers,
Mildred McClendon, Mary Willis
Johnson, Dasibel Clement.
Fifth Grade: Lanas Troxler, Mamie
Sue Spencer, Anita Chazal, Amy
Long, Dora Burnett. Bonner Clark,
Frances Clark, Lucile Home, Hazel
Ricketson, Carlos Clayton.
Sixth Grade: Pinckney Clement,
Aiice Barrett, Margaret Dalzelle,
Frances Lummus, Adeline Malever,
Delzelle Pasteur, Fay Russell, Mar Martha
tha Martha Rivers, Marie Snowden. Edna
Roberts, Carol Winemiller. Fanita
Cobb, Gladys Watts, Barbara Ware
Johnson, Irma Baxter, Vernall Kop Kop-man.
man. Kop-man. Seventh Grade: Emily Billings,
Pauline Shafer, Louie Smoak.
Eighth Grade: Ben Culverhous-,
Elton Henderly, Karl Henderly. Mar Mar-jorie
jorie Mar-jorie Burnett, Charlotte Chazal, Net Nettie
tie Nettie Mathews, Lena Ricketson, Jessie
Ray Culverhouse, Grace Fausett,
Mary Carolyn Logan, Elizabeth Murray.
High School: Mildred Baxter, Edith
Edwards, Marion Meffert, Clara
Ricketson, Lois Theus, John Bouvier.
P. H. Hensley, Principal.
The Ocala Exchange & Hide Com Company
pany Company is paying 8 cents a pound or $2
a bushel for peanuts. 19-6t
Goldman's big November Sale on
Ladies' Ready-to-Wear is now going
on. Call and see the extraordinary
values offered. 17-Ct
Mr. W. H. Black of Gainesville,
agent of the department of agricul agriculture,
ture, agriculture, is here, helping pass judgment
en the stock at the fair.
The Ocala Exchange & Hide Com Company
pany Company is paying 8 cents a pound or $2
a bushel for peanut?. 19-6t
Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Mayo and
family of Summerfield, accompanied
by Eugene and Dorothy Potter of
Ocala, are in Orlando. They went
especially to see the Ringling Broo.
always the same,
Uneeda Biscuit are always the
same their uniform lightness, crisp-
ness, and wholesomeness having won
them the foremost position
in the biscuit world.
ning every day for
Nw we must feed
s we must
went on. "are
mnls Thpv are ma2&T?
most iracjauie tuier i
something to eat. National
dainties always begin oue CulmaS,
dinner, but always
d always dainty, al-
.e as only national
ts can be. During the
my babies were growing
never missed tne jiui
Hour with its tastv feast
A. E. GERIG
Attend the November Ready-to-Wear
Sale now going on at B. Gold Goldman's.
man's. Goldman's. 17-6t
Careful Estimates made on all Con
tract work. Gives More and Better
Work for the Money than any other
contractor in the city.
FUNERAL DIRECTOIIS and Eft! BALM ERS
No charg? for delivery of caskets anywhere day or night.
WILBUR SMITH,- SAM R. PYLES Jit.,
Licensed Emit 3 Inters
Office Phone 10 Night Phones 225 or 423
... .,4 , "i "'""I M :. 1, "t"T
Telephone For A
TAKE all the drad&ery
out of yoar sevnr.
This wonderful little
motor runs your sewing
machine at the touch of a
foot pedaL Simply place
the motor against the hand hand-wheel
wheel hand-wheel of your machine
and press down a speed speed-adjusting
adjusting speed-adjusting pedal. The motor
does the rest you do noth nothing
ing nothing but direct the seams,
tucks and shirring at any
We will be glad to deliver
a Home eMotor on trial.
Just telephone us.
I 1a I
I ,. a '.fit -M
It's Not Too Eariy to Think.
Nothing would bring more joy into your home than a
Grafanola. and its pleasures last thru every day in the
year. Our line is now complete, and we can supply a
.Grafanola from $27.50 to $250. A complete line
lof Records always on hand. If desired we can
give terms. Come in and let us demonstrate
r .1 n
We have a large assortment of In--rsol
Watches. Get the boy one for
C.iristmas. Gerig's Drug Store. 18-tf
Mrs. J. T. Blalock's condition, wei
ivgret to learn, is very alarming. Mrs.
Blr.lock makes her home with her
daughter, Mrs. George Taylor, and
Fhe is receiving the best of medical
attention and the loving care of her
Be sure to take advantage of the
November Sale on Ladies' Ready-to-Wear
goods at B. Goldman's. 17-6t
Miss Jennie tJurkes, a very bright
rnd charming young lady from At
lanta, representing the Southern Di Division
vision Division of Junior Red Cross work, was
in town today, on her way to Tampa,
interviewing Mr. L. R. Chazal and
Be sure to take advantage of the
November Sale on Ladies' Ready-to
W ear goods at B. Goldman's. 17-6t
Theythnd a wonderful picture at
the Temple last night a story of a
vhole Canadian family which sacrific
ed its all for humanity. It showed
seme of the finest battle scenes ever
thrown on the screen, and was good
all the way thru. Tonight the Tem
ple will have Arthur Ashley in "For
est Rivals" and a laughable Keystono
Rye, rape and oats. Get our prices
before buying. The Ocala Seed
LA GABEL. Dealer
DR. G. A. EDMISTON
Veteriiuu, Physician and Surgeon
Phone 38 M
Ocala - Florida
Tuesdays and Fridays
Mrs. Livingstone Schuyler of New
York city, who has been in Tampa at
the U. D. C. convention, stopped in
Ocala yesterday for an overnight
vsit. Mrs. Schuyler as Miss Leila
Rogers, made her home in this city
for a number of years, living with
her parents at what is known now
as the C. P. Howell place. Her many
friends regret her visit was of such
a short -duration, but the little time
that Mrs. Schuyler was in town she
not only received a cordial welcome
from marty old friends, but in turn
gave a splendid talk at the Episcopal
church during the afternoon in the
interest of the Nation-Wide Awaken Awakening
ing Awakening campaign.
FIVE COMMUNITY PRIZES
AT THE FAIR
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"Why Pay More" $$10$
PLENTY OF PROOF
From People You Know From Ocala ;
The greatest skeptic can hardly fail i
to be convinced by evidence like this, j
It is impossible to produce better!
proob of merit than the testimony of :
residents of Ocala, of people who can j
be seen at any time. Ask your neigh neighbor.
bor. neighbor. Read the following case of it:
V. Mrasek, tinner, 210 Osceola St.,
Ocala, says: "When .living in Mem Memphis,
phis, Memphis, Tenn., a number of years ago, I
was suffering with a bad backache and
weak kidneys. My kidneys acted too
frequently and the secretions appear appeared
ed appeared abnormal. My back grew more
painful every day and got so I could
hardly do any lifting or stooping, i
felt weak and depressed until someone
advised me to try Doan's Kidney Pills.
I got a box of this medicine and it
helped me in a few days and soon
cured me of this trouble."
Price 60c. at all dealers. Don't sim simply
ply simply ask for a kidney remedy get
Doan's Kidney Pills the same that
Mr. Mrasek had. Foster-Milburn Co.,
Mfrs., Buffalo, N. Y. Adv.-57
II Everything Was As
Cheap As Our See
The cost of living would be as low as it was in the good old days.
No use worry ng, however, because it isn't that way. Be glad that
ice is helping to keep down the cost of living, besides giving you
better food and a greater variety cf it than your grandfather's fam family
ily family ever had.
Oeala Ice & PaeMog Co.
Following are the names and per percentages
centages percentages of the communities winning
prizes at the fair:
First: Summerfield, Pedro and Le Le-von,
von, Le-von, .995 per cent.
Second: Mcintosh, .855.
Third: Anthony, .850.
Fourth: Shady, .484.
Fifth: Belleview and Candler, .481.
GREAT FUN AT
THE FAIR GROUNDS
Mclver & MacKay
UNDERTAKERS and EMBALMERS
PHONES 47. 104. S6S
SAVE MONEY ON MEAT
We aiways handle the best fresh meal lo be
had and our prices are always ihe lowcsL
25c West Pork Chops :10c.
....30c Pork Saujajrc- 25c.
Groceries, Fruit, Vegetables, Etc
NEW YORK MEAT MARKET'
At 2 P. M.
J. D. DAWKINS
' Phone 519
Buy Beaver Board
that is BEAVER BOARD
Yoa want better walls and ceilings, in your new home, in present
waste space, or to replace cracked plaster and dingy wallpaper.
So you ask for Beaver Board, the original wallboard. that has
been building better walls and ceilings for a dozen years.
But do you know that inferior wallboards arc often
old as Beaver Board? They may look like Beaver Board, feel
tike Beaver Board, and even claim to bo as good as Beaver Bbard.
But they can't give Beaver Board results.
Be sure to get what you ask for. The Beaver trademark on the
back of every panel of genuine Beaver Board is there our
protection. Look for it.
R. E. Todd Lemnilber Co.
Over a thousand people went out
tc the fair grounds last night to see
the shows and have fun. They had a
Si eat time, and the crowd will be big bigger
ger bigger tonight.
A large shipment of Waterman's
Ideal Fountain Pens just in at Gerig's
Drug Store. 18-tf
TO AUTO OWNERS
I am again at my old place of bus business
iness business on the Anthony road, where I
shall be pleased to attend to your car
.epair work by appointment. Call
hone 303. 29-tf M. A. Bouvier.
II. II. Summerlin, shoe and boot re repairing.
pairing. repairing. Masters block west of court courthouse,
house, courthouse, 20 Magnolia St. I carry ma material
terial material for all work. 6-lra
Moss Bluff, Nov. 19. Mr. and Mrs.
L;ter Wheeler and son, Mr. Merton
(Wheeler of Michigan, arrived here
I Thursday last.
Rev. Luter of Wildwood preached
hev at the Congregational church
Sunday morning and evening. Quite
a number were present.
The friends of Rev. J. C. Boatright
are glad to know he is improving
after several weeks of illness, and
hope he will be able to fill his ap appointment
pointment appointment at Ulectra church the first
Sunday in December.
Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Griggs and the
letter's daughter. Miss Mamie Coch Cochran
ran Cochran and Mi?s Martha Fort attended
services at Weirsdale Sunday after after-neon.
neon. after-neon. Mrs. Thomas Griggs spent last
v-eek with Mrs. Albert W. Fort.
Mr. and Mrs. W. C. "White were the
gcests of Mr. and Mrs. Johnnie Mor Morrison
rison Morrison of Oklawaha Sunday afternoon.
Sheriff Galloway was a visitor here
Some of the people of our commu community
nity community are engaged in grinding cane.
Guess they will be engaged in deer
hunting next week.
Mr. Dan Fort and Miss Mamie
Cochran attended service at Weirs Weirs-dule
dule Weirs-dule Friday night.
Miss Martha Fort was a visitor at
Lake Weir Saturday afternoon.
Quite a number of our people are
planning on attending- the fair this
week in Ocala.
ft lSMf f$m
THE zest of the west, the sunny smile of thesoath, gleam in the
golden goodness of Orange-Crush. You can be certain of the
purity oi Orange-Crush because it is made from the fruit oil, pressed
from fresh ripe oranges, and such other wholesome ingredients sspure
granulated sugar, carbonated water and citric acid, which is a natur natural
al natural acid found in oranges, lemons and grapefruit.
We suggest that you order a case of Orange-Crusftoday for the
home. Obtainable wherever soft drinks are sold. The product of our
modern bottling establishment,. Orange-Crush is the perfect family
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