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The Ocala evening star
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Ocala Evening Star
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Began in 1895; ceased in 1943.
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Weather Forecast: Fair tonight and
Saturday.
OCALA, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 21, 1919.
VOL 26, NO. 278
Good Roads Put You In Closer Touch with Everybody and Everything. Vote for Bonds Dec. 2

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PRESIDENT WILL

MAKE
To Congress in His Annual Message,
bat Until Then Will Say Nothing
About the Treaty
(Associated Pccas)
Washington, Nov, 21. The presi president
dent president will take up the whole subject of
the Versailles treaty in his message
to Congress Dec. 1st, it was stated of officially
ficially officially at the White Iloue today.
Until then Mr. Wilson will have noth nothing
ing nothing to say concerning the Senate's
action, regarding the treaty.
PENSIONS FOR AGED
Consideration of persions for the
aged and incapacitated' was suggested
today to the international labor con conference
ference conference by the Uruguyan delegate. He
submitted with his proposal a copy of
the law now in force in Uruguay,
which he said offered ample and lib liberal
eral liberal solution of the question.
s
UNFAVORABLE REPORT ON
THE WITHLACOOCHEE
Editor Star: It having come to
the notice of the undersigned that you
have expressed an interest in the
pending proposition for the improve improvement
ment improvement of the Withlacoochee river, be between
tween between Dunnellon and Panasoffkee, you
are hereby informed that the report
thereon, authorized by the act of Con Congress
gress Congress approved August 8, 1817, has
been made and is unfavorable to any
further improvement than that now
authorized. The principal grounds
upon which the adverse conclusions
arc based are: That experience has
demonstrated that the discharge is too
small to permit the securing of a nav navigable
igable navigable channel of practicable depth at
low wuter by the methods of open
channel improvement and that im improvement
provement improvement by Ipcks and dams would
therefore be necessary; that to pre prevent
vent prevent overflow of the low lands ad
joining the river these dams would
have to be of low lift and of the mov mov-nble
nble mov-nble type; that the cost of such im improvement
provement improvement would be large and would
not be justified by the amount "of
commerce present or reasonably pro prospective.
spective. prospective. You are further notified that all in interested
terested interested parties have the privilege of
an appeal from this conclusion to the
board of engineers for rivers and
harbors, a permanent body sitting at
Washington, D. C, to which all ex examination
amination examination and survey reports of this
character arc referred. Parties desir desiring
ing desiring to Jo so may be heard on appeal
by the board, either orally or in writ writing.
ing. writing. Written communications should
be addressed to the Board of Engi Engineers
neers Engineers for Rivers and Harbors, South Southern
ern Southern Building, Washington, D. C, and
should be mailed in time to be in pos-
session of the said board within four
weeks from the date cf this communi
cation. If, however, you have im important
portant important data to communicate to the
board, which can not be collected and
put in shape for proper presentation
within four weeks, the board should
be informed of Urn fact without de delay
lay delay and request made for an exten extension
sion extension of the limiting date for submit submitting
ting submitting information. If oral hearings
tire desired, dates for the same may
be arranged for by correspondence
with the board.
Any further information needed
may be obtained by application to this
office, but attention is invited to the
following regulations as to the man manner
ner manner in which such information may
be furnished:
"Where interested parties desire
data necessary for the preparation of
their appeal to the board of engineers
for rivers and harbors, it will be given
them verbally by the district engineer
or, in his absence, by the senior
assistant engineer connected with tire
improvement. They will not be per permittee!
mittee! permittee! to have access to the report
without authority from the chief of
engineers. Respectfully,
W. J. Barden, Lt-Col.
' Corps of Engineers, U. S. A.
Jacksonville, Fla.
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ALLIED POWERS

GOING AHEAD
Inability of America to Join Will Not
Prevent Their Carrying the
Treaty Into Effect
(Associated Pres.")
London, Nov. 21 "The inability of
the United States' representatives at
Paris to deposit President Wilson's
ratification cf the German treaty at
the same time those of other powers
are filed, will not prevent the remain remaining
ing remaining allied and associated powers pro proceeding
ceeding proceeding to carry the treaty into ef effect,"
fect," effect," said Andrew Bonar Law. gov government
ernment government leader in the house of com commons
mons commons today, in answering questions
regarding the status of the treaty as
a result of the United States Senate's
action, f
UNCLE SAM IS "HET UP"
TelU Mexico to Let Consular Agent
Jenkins Alone or Get
Ready for Trouble
- (Associated Press
Washington, Nov. 21. Mexico was
yarned yesterday by the American
government that any further moles molestation
tation molestation of William O. Jenkins, the Am American
erican American consular agent, at Puebla, who
recently was kidnapped by handit3,
would "seriously affect the relations
between the United States and Mex Mexico,
ico, Mexico, for which the government of Mex Mexico
ico Mexico must assume sole responsibility."
Coupled with the warning was a
demand for the immediate release of
the consular agent, who was re rearrested
arrested rearrested Tuesday on charges in con connection
nection connection with his abduction and ran ransom
som ransom in the sum of $150,000 in gold.
Official reports that Jenkins had again
been imprisoned at Puebla reached
the state department yesterday from
the American embassy at Mexico
City which was instructed to trans
mit a note demanding his release.
IT WILL NEVER
BE ANY SMALLER
(Associated Press)
Washington, Nov. 21. State de department
partment department officials discussing the Mex Mexican
ican Mexican situation today, disclosed that
three years ago the army general
staff estimated that 450,000 men and
three oearg would be required for in intervention
tervention intervention in Mexico by the United
States.
OPERATORS HAVE MADE
THEIR CROWNING OFFER
(Associated Press)
Washington, Nov. 21 The soft coal
mine operators told the coal miners'
representatives here today, that yes yesterday's
terday's yesterday's offer of 15 cents a ton and 20
fcr cent a day wage increases was
the utmost that would be given. The
miners went into conference immed-
iatelv to consider the offer.
r
CALLED OFF THE
STRIKE IN COLORADO
(Associated Press)
Denver, Nov. 21 The strike of soft
coal miners in Colorado, ordered to
begin tonight, was called off this
morning by union officials in accord
ance with an injunction issued last
night by District Judge Morley of
Denver.
PECAN NUTS
Goldenr.cre Paper Shell Pecan Nuts
for sale at Gerig's Drug Store in one
and four-pound boxes. 21-tf
The low prices at which our Ladies'
Ready-to-Wear goods are being sold
during the November Sale will sur surprise
prise surprise you. Call and inspect them. B.
Goldman. 17-6t
W. ft. Lane, M. D Physician ana
Surgeon, specialist Eye, Ear, Nose and
Throat. Law Library Building, Ocala,
Florida. tf
Save your SUGAR and sweeten
your coffee with Saccharin Tablets.
Only 35 cents the hundred at Gerig's
Drug Store. 18-tf
x The low prices at .which our Ladies'
Keady-to-Wear goods are neing sold
daring the November Sale will sur surprise
prise surprise you. Call and inspect them. B.
Goldman: 17-6t
The best winter hog and cow pas
ture is rye. rape and oats. At Ocala
Seed Store. lS-tf
PECAN NUTS
Goldenacre Paper Shell Pecan Nuts
for sale at Gerig's Drug Store in one
and four-pound boxes. 21-tf
LIFE S
FIRE
A. E. GERIG
INSURANCE
Ocala, Florida

ACCIDENT AUTOHOEILC

DECEMBER 1

IS THE DATE
On Which Treaty Will be Formally
Ratified by All Nations
but America
(Associated Press)
Paris, Nov. 21. The supreme coun council
cil council today agreed upon December 1st
as the date when the German peace
tieaty will be formally ratified. The
American delegation was still without
instructions as to its" participation in
the peace conference, following fail failure
ure failure of the Senate to ratify the treaty,
but Henry White attended the meet meet-?ng
?ng meet-?ng of the supreme council today as a
representative of the United States.
The entiie delegation is continuing
its work in the belief that a compro compromise
mise compromise ratification resolution will be
agreed to in the Senate. This view
is shared by 'members of the council,
but the council, however, is working
out plans so enforcement pf the treaty
will not be hindered if the United
Slates fail to ratify the treaty later.
POLAND MANDATORY FOR
G ALICIA
The supreme council decided todaj
to give Poland mandate over eastern
Galicia unled the league of nations
fcr twenty-five years. At the-end of
that period the league is to determine
the future status of eastern Galicia.
FEDERAL JUDGE IS
THIRSTY MAN'S FRIEND
St. Louis, Nov. 21. Federal Judge
Pollock today granted a temporary
injunction against the district attor
ney and internal revenue collector
from enforcing the war-time prohibi-
ion act pending further litigation.
CLASSY NOTES FROM
THE WOMEN'S COLLEGE
Tallahassee, Nov. 20. After a
month of some irregularity and num numerous
erous numerous readjustments and changing of
courses, all conflicts have been rem
edied. Now, after nearly two months
of school, everything moves along
ike clockwork.
At first there were two factors
which made it difficult for us to begin
cur work seriously. The first week
at the college was given entirely to
classifying the students, and to get getting
ting getting acquainted with the house moth mothers,
ers, mothers, house presidents, teachers, and
the students. In other words; we
played all that week. The second
hindrance was tfie intensely' hot
weather, which continued even to No
vember. During those days, the
swimming pool was the most popular
place on the campus.
There are over six hundred girls at
tending F. S. C. W. this term. There
is a great demand for more dormitory
space. Even tho there are four large
dormitories on the campus, many
SIIIO "C ttcjf "ac
tney could not be accommodated.:
tr .
However, there are bright prospects
of more dormitories soon, perhaps

before this school year is finished. : gtok h d fi
Everyone in the F S. C. W. is proud cierg these 'modern times, who con con-ff
ff con-ff Ahe ZoU?Fl d every tone ZLT'duct the affairs of the Ocala National

iuian snoum ue. it aireauy swims
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high among the leading colleges of
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lino v.uutiti v aui4 ia ant KiunuiKi 5 n 1
, u u u j t'.they learned so well in earlier life on
advancing higher, broadening m eve-,
rv nrosressive awv lhe farm' and are horsemen to the
yi n manor born. They rode their mounts

this year. Ocala has more irla in the

rt, ;f o j came aown me nome sireicn neiter
college now than it has had in any( r A
?. t -.11... .skelter for the finisn, neck and neck.

cue year uezore. ine xonowing arei
the Marion county representatives:
tvni1fl TTMrhiA TJontr T vw i ft Pavliela
V u t Vu o v -1 j
Cevie Roberts, Dorothy Schreiber and ;
Anna Belie Wesson, from Ocala: s
Louise Grumbles. Clara Kibler. Irisi
and Ada Knight, from Dunnellon:
Annie and Katherine Shockley of
Lowell, and Louise and Ethel Crosby j
and Dorothy Driver from Citra. ;
L.very year, to symbolize the union
of the freshman and junior classes,
the juniors have a wedding. The
groom comes from the junior class,
and the bride is chosen from the
freshman class. This year, the honor
of being the bride came to Louise
Grumbles of Dunnellon. This is quite
an honor, for, when one takes into
consideration the fact that there are
over 250 girls in the freshman class,
one can see what it means. The cere
mony was performed Monday night,
Nov. 17th, in the auditorium, which
was beautifully decorated with vines
and ferns. After the wedding a re reception
ception reception was given in the "gym," by
the juniors for the freshmen.
This is the week of the dreaded
quarterly "exams," which began in
full force on Tuesday morning. If it
were not for the fact that we are liv living
ing living for December 19, the day we
shall leave Tallahassee for home, I am
sure there are a few who would not
be able to live thru the "exams."
For at least three weeks we have been
counting the days until the time we
would be at home, now we will almost
count the hours.
PECAN NUTS
Goldenacre Paper Shell Fecan Nuts
for sale at Gerig's Drug Store in one
and four-pound boxes. 21-tf
Attend the November Ready-to-Wear
Sale cow going on at B. Gold
man's. 17-t 1

The Federal Government has appropriated $275,000,000 for
good roads. The State of Florida, by reason of its share of this
Federal money, and by means of a tax levied by the last legisla legislature
ture legislature to meet this Federal allotment, will have available $6,000,000
for good roads. This $6,000,000 has been apportioned to various
counties in the state for use in constructing state and state-aid
roads. Marion county has been alloted $20,000 by the State
Road Department, $250,000 for State Road No. 2, and $00,000 for
State Road No. 5, on condition that this county provide enough to
complete the stretches of these to roads through this county.
Does Marion county want thi$230,000? The State Road De Department
partment Department says they must decide, by January 1, 1920. Or do the
people of Marion county want to pay their share of the taxes im imposed
posed imposed to raise the federal and state funds, and then not receive any
of thee funds?
If Marion does not met the conditions necessary to obtain the
8280,000 by January 1, this money will go to some other county.
If Marion does meet the conditions, and some other county fails
to meet its allotment, it is probable that Marion can get a larger
allotment. For if the state does not use the federal money it will
revert to the federal government.
Remember that once the state roads are built they are taken
over and kept up from then on by the state.

THE BANKER'S RACE
Special attention must be called to
the mule race of yesterday, for it was
the piece de resistance on the racing
program. The Munroe & Chambliss
National Bank was represented by
Messrs. J. M. Thomas and DeWitt
Griffin, the Ocala National Bank by
ZTessrs. John L. Edwards and Henry
Stokes; Dr. Baskin of Dunnellon, rep represented
resented represented the Bank of Dunnellon, and
Messrs. L. W. Traxler and W. M.
Gist, the First National Bank of Mc Mcintosh.
intosh. Mcintosh. Messrs. Edwards and Stokes
either had the best mounts or were
the professionals of the group, as they
vere almost around the track before
the others had reached the quarter quarter-mile
mile quarter-mile post. They 'finished neck and
neck and many who witnessed the
race said Mr. Edwards by virtue of
his advantage in weight over Mr.
Stokes shoved his mount under the
wire and won by a nose. Mr. Thomas
was the most "graceful" rider, and
made a hit with the grandstand. Mr.
Griffin wore himself thinner urging
his mule to make a move. Messrs.
Traxler and Gist of Mcintosh came in
last that is, Mr. Traxler came in
some distance behind the leaders, and
Mr. Gist arrived at the finish line five
minutes later, thus capturing the
second prize for low man. Mr. Ar Arthur
thur Arthur Cobb, who understands a mule
like a watchmaker does an Ingersol
watch, was the official starter, and
though his methods were crude, we
must say they were crowned with
success. Usually the starter carrier
a trusty or rusty .38. which is fired
eff as a starting signal," but Arthur
Cobb, who has spent the best part of
his life in company with the farmer's
best friend, the mule, knows what it
takes to make a mule go, and his
starting tool was a dark brown bottle,
containing a liquid produced in' the
Florida piny woods, known to be very
efficacious under varying circum circumstances.
stances. circumstances. Some of the riders objected
to Cobb's method of procedure, but
Uho o.Ior, will l,o a.r oil
.
got away to a flying start.
i A point that should 'not be over-
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-iBank in a building of stone and plate
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lass, have not forgotten the lessons
ma "K. mf nner' and. a3 ey
. x.j
, ,o n u 'Z
se gentlemen knew horses and
mules and were getting the best speed
their
,
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oeiore Duymg. ucaia &eea store, tl
.
TEMPLE THEATER
The Brightest and Most

A TUNEFUL TALE OF YOUTH AND BEAUTY
Book and Lyrics by Edward Paulton. Music by Louis Westlyn.
Produced Under Direction of Harvey D. Orr

BEVITCHIIiG BEAUTIES
FROM BROADWAY
IN

rrs some show
Positively the Original New York Cast and Chorus Intad

PRICES: 75c $U $L50 and $2.

PYLES & PERKINS
MessYs. Sam Pyles Jr. and Percy
Perkins, both of this city, have bought
out the undertaking department of E.
C. Jordan & Co. These young men
are two of Ocala's most thoroughly
reliable and conscientious business
men and they are sure to meet with
success in their new undertaking. The
firm name will be Pyles & Perkins.
Their place of business will be located
in the Haisley home, directly in front
of the Ocala Gas Engine Works. This
building will be entirely remodeled
and made into a first class undertak undertaking
ing undertaking parlor that will compare favor favorably
ably favorably with any of those of the larger
cities.
E. C. Jordan & Co., on account of
their rapidly growing business, were
compelled to sell the undertaking de
partment of their busines sand gave

Mr. Pyles the first opportunity to buy.rFn?e' l w'thout provocation shew

Mr. Pyles has for' over a year been
managing the undertaking depart department
ment department of E. C. Jordan & Co., and by
his untiring efforts and courteous ser
vice has made quite a success for both
himself and the above named firm. He
is a graduate of the Southern Col College
lege College of Embalmers .at Augusta and
holds three state licenses to practice
embalming.
Mr. Perkins has for a number of
years resided in Ocala and has made
friends and in every respect is a man
of sterling character.
In about sixty days this new finx.
will occupy its new quarters and will
be prepared to handle all business of offered
fered offered it. The new firm will operate
its own auto hearse and automobiles,
enabling it to give prompt and effic efficient
ient efficient service, far and near.
BAXTER & BLAIR
Mr. Ernest Blair has purchased Mr.
S. M. Grubbs' interst in the garage
of Baxter & Grubbs, at the corner of
Fort King avenue and Magnolia
street. This firm will be known as
Baxter & Blair. Both of these gentle
men are well known, in Ocala, and
their great desire is to give service
that is reasonable, fair and entirely
satisfactory to their patrons. Already
Mr. Baxter has built up a splendid
business by his close attention and
fairness to every one.
HOG PRICES
Everywhere have eased off. Receipts
have been getting heavier and pack packers
ers packers are preparing to make a raid on
prices.
We advise everybody not to sell!
next week, but the yards will be open
: next Tuesday if you have to sell.
21-2t OCALA STOCKYARDS.
Attend the November Ready-to-
Wear Sale now going on at B. Gold
man's. iKt
.rmmma!n. .
WED. NOV. 2BTH
Picturesque Musical Show
DAZZLING VARIETY OF
FROCK AI1D G01S
A
Seat Sale Opens Saturday.

SERBIA ALSO IS
READY TO SIGN

With the Other Powers Treaty
Peace With Nation Which
Started the War
of
V
(Associated Press)
Paris, Nov. 21. Belgrade dis dispatches
patches dispatches state the -Serbian govern government
ment government has authorized that country's
delegation at Paris to sign the treaty
with Austria.
CDEMENCEAU WILL BE PRESI PRESIDENT
DENT PRESIDENT Paris, Nov. 21. Former Premier
Viviani in an interview printed by the
Oeuvre relative to the political situa situation,
tion, situation, says Clemenceau will remain
premier until January, and then be become
come become president of France.
MOSCOW SURROUNDED
London, Nov. 21. Moscow is sur surrounded
rounded surrounded by insurgents and the bolshe bolshe-viki
viki bolshe-viki regard the rebellion in the cap capital
ital capital with importance, according to a
Copenhagen dispatch, quoting Hel Hel-singfors
singfors Hel-singfors advices, which the Exchange
TelegTaph Company today is circu circulating
lating circulating with reserve.
PETLURA'S POSITION
Helsingfors, Nov. 21. The position
of Simon Petlura, who recently de declared
clared declared hostilities against Denekine in
Southern Russia, is critical and he is
expected to surrender soon, according
to a dispatch from Nikolaiev.
BRITAIN AND FRANCE
STAND TOGETHER
AGAINST THE BO QUE
Paris, Nov. 21. Ratification of the
treaty guaranteeing British aid to
attacked by Germany, was exchanged
last night by British and French of
ficials.
WOODROW CUTS OFF
THE X-MAS EGGNOG
(Associated Press)
Washington, Nov. 21. While the
supreme court was hearing argument
on the validity of the wartime prohi prohibition
bition prohibition act, word went out from the
White House .that President Wilson
would not, rescind the 'dry" act until
peace formally had been declared.
AN INVASION OF ALBANIA
(Associated Press)
Rome, Nov. 21. Six hundred Mon Montenegrin
tenegrin Montenegrin volunteers left Brindisi
Tuesday to occupy Cattaro, Albania,
recording to reports received here.
CONTROLLER'S CALL
Washington, Nov: 21. The control controller
ler controller of the currency today issued a call
or the condition of all national banks
I 1 1 3
at the close of business on Monday;
Nov. 17th
BELLEVIEW
Belle view, Nov. 20. Mr. and Mrs.
H. A. Harney and son of Braden Braden-town,
town, Braden-town, called on Mrs. Mrs. Geo. E.
Merrill and family Wednesday.
Mr. Charles Dustin has bought the
Skinner house and is making it into
a two tenement house by the addition
o fa kitchen. Mr. Blood and family
will occupy it.
A very interesting program wa3
held at the Baptist church Friday eve
ning, when eight little girls spoke for
a silver medal. The judges were Mrs
I. I. Strong, Mrs. Myers and Profes
sor Chambers, and the medal was
given to Mittie McClendon.
Mr. and Mrs. William Fielding and
son, James, returned home Sunday
from Gainesville.
Mr. Harley Chambers called on his
wife in Ocala Sunday.
Miss Bessie Mae Loften of Charter
Oak, spent Sunday afternoon with
Miss Marjorie MerrilL
Rev. C. M. Brittain of Ocala preach
ed at the Baptist church Sunday aft
ernoon.
Miss Clara Mae Crosby returned
Ihome Wednesday from a very pleas
ant visit with her sister, Mrs. Graham
and family of Daytona Beach.
Belleview people have been very
busy this week with their fair work,
and their booth at the fair won
prize, which we are sure it was
worthy of.
Mrs. V. D. P. Pratt left Thursday
for Jacksonville.
The pipes for the city water system
came last week and the men have
been busy laying them. Mrs. V. D.
P. Pratt and Mrs. G. E. Merrill have
ben supplied with water this week.
Quite a crowd from Belleview has
gone hunting.
SILVER TEA
The regular silver tea of the Pres Presbyterian
byterian Presbyterian church will be held at the
home of Mrs. H. L. Borland, No. 614
Oklawaha avenue, Monday afternoon,
Nov. 24th. from 3:30 to 5:30 p. m. All
will be welcomed. 3t
PECAN NUTS
Goldenacre Paper Shell Pecan Nuts
for sale at Gerig's Dreg Store in one

and lonr-ponxid boxes. 21-tf

TO FIGHT REDS

Centralis Post Demands Congression Congressional
al Congressional Action Upon the Murderers of
Its Comrades by L W. W.
The American Legion post at Cta Cta-tralia.
tralia. Cta-tralia. Wash., is demanding that con congressional
gressional congressional action be taken with re regard
gard regard to the murder of its comrades by
I. W. W. A telegram has been sent
to all legion posts. Dr. H. F. Watt,
post commander of Marion County
Post No. 1, has received the follow following
ing following letter from the state adjutant.
To All Posts: I received this morn morning
ing morning the following telegram, sent from
the Grant-Hodge Post No. 18, Cen-
tralia, Dash., dated Nov. 18. 1919:
"Four of our comrades murdered by
I. W. W's. Grant Hodge Post No. IV
demands action by every American
Legion post for congressional action
cn individuals and organizations un un-American
American un-American and a national publicity
campaign to carry on Americanism.
Line up your local posts and state or organizations
ganizations organizations of the legion. Congress
convenes December 1st. Americanism
must be the big issue. A publicity
campaign carried on by every post for
the next ten days will win our battle.
Act today. Get this to every press in
your state and before every post for
immediate action. A copy of this tel telegram
egram telegram goes to every state secretary
and to national headquarters of the
American Legion."
I cannot too strongly urge that eve every
ry every post commander comply with the
request of Grant Hodge Post No. 17.
If the American Legion stands for
anything in this country it must stasd
for the suppression of such outrages
as this.
In the absence of General Blanding
from the city I will earnestly request
in his name that each post commander
do his best to comply with the request
of the above telegram.
Yours very truly,
Sumter L. Lowry, Jr.,
State Adjutant.
Marion County Post No. 1 meets
again Thursday, Dec. 4th.
A MISUNDER3TANDING
State Road Department of Florida,
November 18th, 1919.
To the Board of Commissioners of
Marion County:
Dear Sirs: There seems to have
been some misunderstanding in regard
to the loaction of that part of road No.
2 south of Ocala in Marion county.
The state road department has des
ignated the east side of Lake Weir as
the proper route over which to build,
and I trust that this decision of our
department will meet with the ap approval
proval approval of your honorable body, and
the citizens of your county.
Yours very truly,
M. M. Smith, Chairman,
State Highway Commission.
Editor Star: The above is a copy
cf a letter just received from Mr.
Smith, written by my request to off
set rumors circulated by opponents of
the bond issue. Please publish.
T. T. Munroe.
PECAN NUTS
Goldenacre Paper Shell Pecan Nuts
for sale at Gerigs Drug Store in one
and four-pound boxes. 21-tf
FOip TRUCKS
Two Ford worm driven trucks with
bodies. Brand new pneumatic tires all
around. In first class condition thru thru-out.
out. thru-out. For sale. Apply to R. R. Carroll,
Maxwell agent, Ocala. 20-tfdly
The Ocala ISxcnange & Hide Com Company
pany Company is paying 8 cents a pound or 2
a bushel for peanuts. 19-6t
Mclvcr & MacEay
UNDERTAKERS and ELIBAtUERS
PHONES 47. 114. ZSS
OCALA. FLORIDA
DR. G. A. EDMISTON
Veterinary, Physician and Surgeon
Phone 33 M
Ocala - Florida
L. ALEXANDER
PRACTICAL CARPENTER
AND BUILDER
Careful Estimates made on all Crm-
tract work. Gives More and R
Work for the Honey than anv fttfc
"mtractor in ths city.
Old Seres. Cut. Barns. BroUes and
ether ttln eruption will b
laftAntlr soothed &nd rspkll kele3
JEALKJG OIL r
Keep m. bottl Bear for emerge ode.
JUt ytr d tiler f sr IL

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OCALA EVENING STAR, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 21, 1919

OCALA EVEIIHie STAR

t'uhlished Every Day Except Sunday j

STAR PUBLISHING COMPANY
OF OCALA, FLA.
It. II. Carroll, Pre idea t
l. V. Leavengooil, Secretary-Treaaurer
J. II. Ilenjamln, Editor

West Palm Beach a few days ago. He
was a republican and represented
Palm Beach county in the legislature,
but he was highly thought of by his
democratic as well as his republican
friends.

'COME ALONG MARY

RAILROAD

SCHEDULES

Says the Palm Beach Post regard

ing the conduct of the republican sen- j theater

"Come Along Mary," a new musical
i : . u T

r uy jET- J i n 1 Arrival and Departure of passenger
W eslyn and Edward Paulton and pre-1 trains at QCALA UNION STATION,
sented by Harvey D. Orr, will be seen j The following schedule figures pub pub-for
for pub-for the first time in this city next ; lished as information and not guar guar-Vrednesday
Vrednesday guar-Vrednesday evening at the Temple ; anteed.

t ir-asxern aranaara iime;

ators toward the treaty: "But m

adopting this course for wholly part

isan and personal reasons, the repub-

xn lereu ai caia, ifia., postornce as

second-class matter.
TELEPHONES

UuMfneM Office Five-One
Editorial Department Two-Severn

The plot deals in youth and romance SEABOARD AIR LINE RAILROAD

and carries you in rapture with its

pretty music and picturesque scenes

lcans have sinned knowingly against ; from the Silver Rock Golf Club on

MKMIJCR ASSOCIATED PRESS

the whole civilized world. By repu

diating the faithful work of the Am

erican delegation, they have exposed
the United States to a charge of bad

faith which cannot be successfully
combatted save by an appeal to th.

it? A VrSOC ted pJfesa 18 exclusively peculiarities of our national politics.

ail news dispatches oredTted to it or They have abjured the obligation

not otherwise credited in this paper whfch the nation took on itself when

anu aiso xne local news nubliahed

Leave
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2:15 am Tampa-Manatee-
St. Petersburg
1 :50 pm Tampa-Manatee
4:25 pm Ti.mpa-sft. Petersburg

AmTfe
2:10 am
1:30 pm
4:2a pm
2:15 am
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Long Island to the land of sunshine in

Honolulu. There are some twenty
musical numbers and the scenic pro-

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max seen on me roau una seasun.

of the many features with ; Leave Arrive

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J'ksonville-G'lneavllle 3:35 pm.

herein.

special
served.

All rights of republication of

nispaicnes herein are also re-

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Domestic

Ono year, in advance tt.OO

Bix months, in advance 3.00
Three months, In advance 1.50
)ne month, in advance 60

Foretana

One year, in advance ..8.00
Six months, in advance 4.25
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One month, in advance SO

lit entered the war, and which it re

newed when the time came to join all

the nations of the earth in an attempt
to preserve its future peace."

Our good "old friend, Col. Bob Da-

vis oi tne uainesvine un, sent nis
lest wishes to the Marion County

Fair and advised Alachua people to

visit it. We are glad to report to the
colonel that his good wishes were ful

filled and some of his advice taken.

One of the many

'Tfimp Alone1 Marv" is its chorus.

... i i i i 1:45 Din.

consisting oi gins wno nave ueen -::42am. J'ksonville-Gnesvllle 10:13 pm.
selected not as the ordinary type of j 3:15 am. St. Pet'abrg-Lakeland 2:12 ara.

cirl, but rather as guests of a very t 3:35 pm St. Pefsburg-Lakeland 1:25 pm

select and wealthy golf club.

J. H. Spencer

W. R. Pedricli

WJIERE ARE WE?

10 am

"The company numbers some forty

1- 1- 1 I 1

j.eopie ana comes nere neraiaea as
cne of the best musical hits of the ;

season, patrons are urged to reserve
their seats early.

Dunnellon-Wilcox

Du'nellon-L'keland 11:03 pm
Homosassa 1:35 pm

10:13 pm. Leesburg 6:42 am
-45 pm. Gainesville 11:50 am

WILL EDUCATE ILLITERATES

Everybody seems well pleased with

the Marion County Fair. Those bestJ

acquainted with it pronounce it an

The action of the Senate in virtually unaualified success. It has not been

putting the treaty under the table so big a fair as others, but the per

leaves the American people wondering Jcentage is higher.

where they are.

The treaty of Versailles, which a Owine to Dressure of accumulated

year ago the people of the world hoped matters in Washington. Senator Flet-

would detme the status of nations and cher will not be able to return to

bring on a lasting peace, has proven Florida during the congressional re

tne most ridiculous and the most cess. Mr. Fletcher stays on the job.

tragic of all affairs in the annals 01

diplomacy. Mr. Howard Curry, who was busy

If, when the armistice was signed helning during the fair, and returned

1 A 1 I -

over a year ago, wnen me enemy was to Tampa Thursday, reported our

prostrate and tne armies 01 tneai- community exhibit the best he had

lies were in lull lorce, the civilians ever seen.

at the heads of the triumphant na

tions had told their leading generals Ratification of the treaty would

to sit down around a council table and have enabled the United States to
cut the maps of the enemies' coun-1 nrevent nennle of other nations from

. kr

tnes to pieces with their swords, tneseuing arms to Mexico.

said generals would have

Monday, Wednesday, Friday.
Tuday. Thursday. Baturday.

made a 1

peace and nailed it down in thirty Senator Fletcher worked hard for
days. It would have been a rough the treaty. Addressing the Senate
peace, but it would have been a last- Wednesday night in a vain effort to
ing one, and would have suited every- atem the tide against it, he said: "Mr.

body better than the one we haven't President, 7,500.000 of the bravest and
made at the end of over a year. best vouno" men of the world lie

Instead, Mr. Wilson gathered an buried in Europe, killed in battle. Ten

immense and expensive entourage and million more are crippled, maimed and
departed to Paris, to set the whole vounded and $186,000,000,000 has
world exactly right, with every na- heen the cost in dollars and cents ud

tion's tears wiped away and its nose to this time. Do we sit idly here, con

biOwed. ltemTlfltine the nossibilitv of continu

We have a great belief in the wis-nnsr uPon a plan of competitive arma

dom of Mr. Wilson. It is our belief ments, looking again to a war that
that he knows better than any other nmst come because we assume it can can-man
man can-man just what is best for the nations not be avoided? Ought we not make
ct the earth to do. If they would all everv effort on our nart at least to

mind him, he could make a love of a see to it that so far as it can be ac ac-world.
world. ac-world. Perhaps he has learned from comnlished we snails put an end to

the lessons of this year that a great that sort of thine in the future?

many who disagree with him will alsfc

Men who cannot read and write
English and who have therefore been
classed as illiterates, are eligible for
enlistment in the United States army,

according to recent instructions sent
out by the war department to the
local recruiting station.
Non-English speaking Americans
and allies who have taken out their
first papers are also classed as elig-

I ible for enlistment in the army.

The army proposes to send illit illiterates
erates illiterates to the army educational cen center
ter center at Camp Upton, N. Y., and there
give them a preliminary education,
while teaching them to drill and be become
come become soldiers.
This single offer by the war de department
partment department is expected to attract a
large number of men to the service,
for no more liberal offer of a pre preliminary
liminary preliminary education, with pay, food
and clothing was ever offered to men

than this by the government.

The army is now enlisting men for

the remount service of the quarter quartermaster
master quartermaster corps, until that branch of

the service becomes filled up.

You will enjoy the Fair

so much more if your v
eyes are properly fitted'

with the glasses you r-
need. Don't delay. Con- "j.'wev
suit DR. K. J. WEI HE,

Optometrist and Optician.
Eyesight Specialist

.disobey him when they have the

power to do so.

A great deal of this disobedience

Mr. Wilson could have avoided by the

common benv me average Man's Country." Comedy..

possesses. ine war was not a party ATonHnv. 24- Olive Thomas in "Pru

a i j -e i-t- u 1

war. Aiiieiitaiia imu iuicuuch iu T- J

TEMPLE ATTRACTIONS
Today, 21st: "Pretty Baby.",

Saturday, 22: Alma Rubens in "A

democrats or republicans. Mr. Wil

son should have kept this up. He

should have consulted with republi republicans
cans republicans as well as democratic statesmen

before going to Paris, and he should

have taken some f the wisest men of

both parties with him. He took with

him no man who had any weight at pace of Roaring River."

fiome or auroau. xae was tional News

cueese, aim it was nui. long aner ne Snfrir 9Q. T.awiq Sfnnp in "A

had been in Paris before the astute Mans Degire. and a comedy. "Merry

.duropeaiis iiau uiaue imii iiiuie owiaa 1 Jaybirds

man American.

Tuesday, 25: Madaline Traverse in

"Splendid Sin." International News.

Wednesday, 26: "Come Along,

Mary."

Thursday. 27: Theda Bara in "A

Siren's Song."

Friday, ze: Pauline irederiCK in

Interna

Mr. Wilson returned to America in

February. He brought with him a pre

monition of a treaty, which a treaty-

defying minority of the Senate de declared
clared declared it would not accept. Mr. Wil Wilson
son Wilson knew these men and their power.
He knew he couldn't pass the treaty

over their votes. He should have come

to an understanding with them. In

stead, he defied them, went back to

Paris, .helped to finish the treaty,

brought it home and tried to push it
thru. After five more months, dur during
ing during which time the whole world has

suffered from the delay, the treaty
has been handed back to Mr. Wilson

bv the Senate, with "not available"

written on it in large letters.

The Star is not surprised at the ac
tion of the Senate, which has done ex

actly what we said it would do over

eight months ago. We never expected

that Senate minority to be moved by

Mr. Wilson's arguments or by the

expressions of opinion from the peo

ple.

Mr. Wilson has bungled, but' the

Senate has sinned. Mr. Wilson has
been domineering and lacking in di diplomacy,
plomacy, diplomacy, but he has been honest. The
treaty had faults, but it was as good
a one as could have been drawn up
while its framers were trying to con consider
sider consider so many conflicting interests. It
was a better one than any that a
delegation of our Senate could have
drawn up. It had the approval of the
world's greatest statesmen, who knew
by experience and from history that
in 'such a treaty no nation could have

everything its own way. It would;
have let the world know where itj
stood. It would have given the nations j J
a starting point and a guide, both of
which they, wearied by war, would J
probably have observed. Now, wej
stand back in the old days of balance j
of Dower and inconstant alliances, and ;

our own country must either maintain j

an immense armament or expose
itself to the attacks of warlike peo peoples.
ples. peoples. It has not been from patriotism that
the Senate has done this. It has been
from partisan politics and personal
hate of Woodrow Wilson either a
most ignoble incentive.
It is no wonder that we wonder
where we are. We have no rule to go
by, and no precedent to guide us. It
will be well for us to immediately
suppress the traitors among us at
once, before we have to again face
enemies from the outside.

Rye, rape and oats. Get our prices
before buying. The Ocala Seed
Store. 17-tfw

HamiltonBeach
Home Motor

L. A. GABEL, DEALER

9

Prudential
Life Insurance
The kind that insures,
Against want in old age,
Against raises in premium
The Prudential kind
See Ditto at once
F. W. Ditlo.
Ocala, Florida.

A large shipment of Waterman's
Ideal Fountain Pens just in at Gerig's

Drug Store. 18-tf

See Me
For All Classes Oi
Stone, Brick, Wood,
and Concrete
Building

THE OCALA GAS ENGINE WM
Local Agents for the Old Reliable
WUICK AOTdDMOElILE
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.

GASOLINE

OILS

GREASE

Acetylene Welding Our Specialty

D. McCasltill

1
J.

Contractor
Phone 446. 728 Wenona St.

OCALA GAS ENGINE WOMMS
SPENCER & PEDRICK, Proprietors.
" When Better Automobiles Are Built buick Will Build Them

Ocklawaha Avenue and Osceola St.

Ocala Florida

T

NEEDHAM'S
AUTO SERVICE
Speedy and Comfortable
Cars at All Hours

Call
Phone

74

Dome
Phone

12M

TO AUTO OWNERS

If you need a Hot Water Bottle, be
s-ure and get one of those bargains at
Gerig's Drug Store. $1.69 special
price. 1-tf

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. 61m

Goldman's big November Sale on
Ladies' Ready-to-Wear is now going
on. Call and see the extraordinary
values offered. 17-6t

-j

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
repair work by appointment. Call
phone 393. 29-tf M. A. Bouvier.
FORD TRUCKS

Two Ford worm driven trucks with
bodies. Brand new pneumatic tires all
around. In first class condition thru thru-out.
out. thru-out. For sale. Apply to R. R. Carroll,

Maxwell agent, Ocala. 20-tfdly

Be sure to take advantage of the
November Sale on Ladies' Ready-to-Wear
goods at B. Goldman's. 17-6t

Buy Beaver Board
that is SEWER BOARD
Yoa want better walls and ceilings, in your new home, in present
wast space, or to replace cracked plaster and dingy wallpaper.
So you ask for Beaver Board, the original wall board, that haa
been building better walls and ceilings for a dozen years.
But do you know that inferior wall boards are often
mold ma Bearer Board? They may look like Beaver Board, feel
Eke Beaver Board, and even claim to be aa good as Beaver Board.
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 cr our
protection. Look for it.
EL M. ToM LemmlbeF Co.

Agents

Ocala

Florida

MOT WE KIM. CASI V CfflSY

Tine Alfoove
Wlnattlft

Joe Earman" pays an eloquent tri tribute
bute tribute to Henry Clinton Hood, better
known as "Old Doc Hood," a.fine ol
gentleman and well known to public
men all over the state. He died ; at

JwjSi IS .... .rass..-.

(SiFCDxscsipy

Implies YOU SMW.

It's a dollar to a-doughnut
that if you patronize the U U-SERVE
SERVE U-SERVE GROCERY, you will
save money. You know the
saying It's not what you

make, but what you save tha t
counts. Think this over, it's true. You don't
save any great amount on any one purchase

at the U-Serve Grocery. But, there is another saying Save
the pennies and the dollars will take care of themselves. Think
this over; it's true, too.

The U-Serve Grocery opens for business on

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OCALA EVENING STAR, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 21, 1919

mam mmm m

A

s.

E WELD CAST IROI

It makes no difference how badly it is broken, we
can weld it as good as new at a very small cost.
We Also Weld Automobile Frames, Cop-
per, Brass, Aluminum and Steel. )

NO JOB TOO LARGE FOR US TO HANDLE

OCALA OCCURRENCES

If you have any society iterea,
phone five-one.

lapidiv. Mr. ar.d Mrs. Taylor are PRETTY BABY" PLEASED

a.o entertaining' Dr. A. L. Blalock of
Maii?o rutnd Messrs. J. T. and W. V.
Blalock of Georgia, all of whom are
'her to be with their mother.

THE TAMPA PEOPLE

.OTICC

AUTOGENOUS WILDING & ELECTRIC CO.

ii. l.. wjhLn, Manager. Lor. Ukiawana Ave. U range it.

The Wee One borrowed her pink J lemonade or couldn't Wee do the
nose.deerer In Mother's neck, mort-emona. Mother, if ahe squeezed 'ern
cuddly than usual- Mother knen jrarrible hard? S'en you wouldn't

what tva corning. National

cuit were again in. demand and

smiled, thinking of hff

:nen jumble hard? N en you wouldn t
Bis! lias to do not any no little Ring but
t sbf put in gome sugar and water and
' p 'p.?.' and Zu Zus

shelves

' Wee wants a party," came tb
half-Krnothered confession, t
A party f V .n' jtJLaJ!.-

oXf'J';'t be so awful loU of

trouble, would it. Mother?"

Mother's smile broke into ripples
Ultt4AM hx ( ut'.(-Lii bugged so

Tti-eath.

away u-fiarT'"tiU'j u"tyyrurrmM unxr-t rm.rxx frnrtrtrxr-x vr

time to luaki' little cakes for Wee f f "Bless her heart, if that' all the

party." I party she needs to make her happy,
"Wee want sweet c&keJjuL vJfiu2!i?H have it this very day or
boxes. Nice jii MJi "Tm 11 T!" jnifii -It. Run along
cakes. Mother" nd Winifred
stubby nn-! tv u4- bWv Cn 1 your

thin? ovO aic ucai miuwn v3r and tell

"O. Hicrnif in thp wnrifi-

on

V5 i 0

oven-fresh

niu nerfect soda cracker, oertectiv x

and delivered to you oven-fresh by
i f your own grocer.
NATIONAL BISCUIT 0g0l.

rO M PA NY fXisiX

telfeo -OU S

t2HLH-X M W JKOne her-

id wi -st'rf rtererence

d Will 7 XM' as .r

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ad

sett

the c;

exroun
"Wee

party

blv. Bobby

I-otus for his party

Lotus for Bobby, M

white cmpy, you
brown. And then

Bisco and little wo

In Katie's 'pantry, don'

And If you'll Just only

lemons and some sugar and fix so

was

to

Dr. Eari Lytle and family and a car
full of friends were in town yesterday
taking in the fair.
Mrs. J. B. Borland, Mrs. T. D. Du-i
riee, Mr. and Mrs. William Christian'
and Miss Dorothy Driver were Citra,

visitors to the fair yesterday.
Miss Muriel Futch, one of St. Pe Petersburg's
tersburg's Petersburg's charming young ladies, ii
in the city for a few days, visiting at
the home of her brother, Mr. Leverett
Futch.

P,iri of. Court- Comrrilsi loners
Tr.--lr.g --"ovf-rr, ir St.-.. aproini-

ir. 1 :hr'As to erre it ir.t IrvzA lection
of nr;itr tr.i. viz:
Preflset o. 1 Oral a
lijx A to 31: F. V.'. L.tto. H. Cha--zal,
M. Murray, iracto5. W. T.
Ji'x Vl' to Z: IL 1. i'.ogers. W. L. Col Colbert.
bert. Colbert. A. Mool&y, .r.irctora. 1. T.
Iziir. citrk.
Preset aet o. 2 Red dirk
J C. Lrurte. Ii. O. Vebb. C. iL Cam,
.r;&titor ; L. Lat, clfcrk.
Preplan 2 FlcmJmTtB
II. V.. Nettles. J. M. Snxitc. Josh
L'ar.tzlrr. inAp-ctor; C IL Gray, cltrku

Be sure to take advantage of thej
November Sale on Ladies' Ready-to- j

near goods at B. Goldman s. l-t
Mr. Z. C. Chambliss, who has been
i;l for several days, is somewhat bet better,
ter, better, though still confined to his bed.
His many friends hope to see him out
again soon.

A handsome little son arrived in
the city yesterday afternoon to make
his home with Mr. and Mrs. W. P.
Preer and is receiving a most cordial
welcome from his parents and big
brother and sister.

The Ocala Exchange & Hide Com Company
pany Company is paying 8 cents a pound or $2
a bushel for peanuts. 19-t
Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Martin are en entertaining
tertaining entertaining their aunt. Miss 3Iargaret
Francis of Richmond. Ohio, for the
winter. Mrs. Martin'3 sister, Mrs. F.
T." Mansfield and little son of West
i'omerville, Mass., are also the for former's
mer's former's guests until Christmas.

taste. Nabisco

iiaidn n c
the Wee One said, and to

everybody elorlously happy ft

x of snappy Zu Zu was also opened.

IB

G O L

GO TO
MAN'

FOR
Coffins and Caskets;
Furniture, Etc.
Day Phone 253 NIghi;Pfcones 511 and 395
L. HURST, MANAGER

Ocala Fla.

Magnolia Street,
Opposite Court Floue.

YOUR CREDIT IS GOOD. "WHY PAY MORE"

31 rs. Jeie Bishop and son, Mr.
Malcolm Williams, formerly of Ocala,
but now of Gainesville, motored to
Ocala yesterday lor the day, which
they spent at the fair. Mrs. Medlin,
one of Gainesville's prominent mat matrons,
rons, matrons, was the hostess of this little
party.
The Overseas Ladies Orchestra,
appearing next Monday night at the
Woman's Xlub house, is the first
number in the lyceum course which is
being conducted this winter in Ocala

for the benefit of the public schools, i
This number is one of the highest;
priced and best the Alkahest Lyceum
Bureau presents. The Overseas La Ladies'
dies' Ladies' Orchestra toured England and

-France during the world war, play

ing for the boys over there. But be before
fore before the war thi3 orchestra had al already
ready already attained piominence in lyceum
work and gained a reputation on ac account
count account of its talent and thorough
preparation.
Mrs. Clarence Phillips and two chil children
dren children of Jacksonville, and Dr. and Mrs.

j Fred Blalock of Miami, have return return-jed
jed return-jed to their respective homes after a
'short visit in the city, guests of Mr.
'and Mrs. George Taylor, having been
; called here on account of their moth mother's
er's mother's illness, but their friends are
glad to learn that she is improving

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clerk.
Pre I art 5 Ilomeo
A. J. iLirk.iara. W. H. Gailfojle. T.
I". Ifutc.Mr.i, iri-ctor3; T. F. Morgan.
Irelaet o. 6 Caap Isxard
F. il. Miiifer. Leonard Jt-d.iln. W. W.
J jrJaii, irne-jtorB. H. A. Itos. clerk.
HreIaet No. 7 Skadr
J Ov.n. Frei U-r.2. F. C. .Barnes, in in-ttor,
ttor, in-ttor, a I;. Pylbi. cleric.
FreeJaet No. SommerHfld
J t.. braac-. .'. P. Davis. J. L. Proc Proctor
tor Proctor .n.-peciors. -v, L. jlitcttil, clerk.
I'reciart .No. t Lak Weir
J. ii. Mrilr., liotert ilartin. J. T.
I. is, ir.spctors; V. E. J-lcGihagin.
citrk.
I'reilort o. 14-Muu Olaff
H. i. Or.;,';, G. A. Waters. Oliver
Fort. :np. '. tori Jfl Martin, clerk..
1'ferlart u. 11 Graaanttllle
I. I'. Steven. T. W. itandalL 1. I
Milis. in;;ectra; 1. ii. Gr.jgi, clerk.
Predict o. lij SIt prlici
v". I. WiiliSkmioii, Aiveri iirewer.
Lrin.-oa, ispetcors; W.
iliistins, clerk.
Prreiacl o. 13 Fort 31eCr
A. O. iiarp.rt J. Gra.nt.iam, J. W.
ctepherje. ixistrciori; W. vi. Prlrst,
cJtrk.
I'rerlart o. 11 Oranice prlaga
W. F. Jorlan. A. 1 Winiberly. J. B.
il-ali. insrfcctors; G. 1. ICaist. clerk.
I'rerlart .No. lCLlaadale
L.. Lrawjy, C A. McCraney. J. J.
UiA'k.ns, ir.cptctorB; C A. aug.Mi,
cltrk.
Prerlact -No. 1& Cltra
K L. vVArtniinn. I'.joert ShortrUe,
C. W. Driver, lnstctora; W. T. Du Du-rec,
rec, Du-rec, clrrk.
PreHurt 17 Aathoay
if. ii. iL.itoc. A. GrU3n. H. G.
ia:i.i, irstctora; W. C. Creile, clerk.
Precluet .No. IN Marti
J. ii. Kx.aoiock. John Ufciif. F. Zl.
Vinton, ir.&petcord ; N. J. Tow-aienS.
clerk.
Preelaet o. 10 Staatoa
V.'. C. black, LI. B. Lytle, Milton Al Al-brtora,
brtora, Al-brtora, inspectors: J. M. Douglas.

clerk.
Preeinct o. 20 Dlltektoa
U T. Hendrix. B. K. Blltch. J. "W.
Cuulter. inspectors; Liaadla Blltch,
clerk.
I'reelnct .No. 21 Ilellevlew
Kl. I'elot. Dave USanley. Joe Whl Whl-nar.t,
nar.t, Whl-nar.t, inspectors; O. M. Gale, clerk.
Prerlact No. 22 Melatoak
XV. K. Christian. E. W. P.ush, W. R.
I'rown, inspector; I T. ILlckson.
ci-rk.
Preclaet No. 23 Pedro
V.. J. Perry. J. C. Perry. Kobert Shaw,
ir .-petors; M. M. Proctor, clerk.

Preelnct No. 24 Duaaelloa
W. Knlnt. J. J. Turner. J. M.
BarkjUale. inspectors; C. ii. Hood,
clerk.
Preclaet No. 2S -Caadler
J. N. Marsnall. H. Y. Baxter. Albert
llc-Cialn, inspectors; J. U. Matbews,
clerk.
Precinct No. 23 Sparr
A. J. jjtephens. J. L Grajitham. Wil Wilbur
bur Wilbur Pasteur, inspectors; W. Luflman,
clerk.
Preclaet No. 27 Earelui
11. D. Matthewj, John 11. Houpb. J.
N. Brinson. inspectors; G. B. Parra Parra-n.ore,
n.ore, Parra-n.ore, cierk.
Preclaet No. 2i Lcraa
L. J. Dankwertz, V,. J. Piatt, Will
Proctor. inpetcors; T. W. Barnett,
clerk.
Preelnct No. 29 endriek:
W. V. Chan-Dell. G. A. Camo. B. A.

Webb, inspetcors; J. J. Guthery, clerk. jYj

.u. a. waiKer. jair.es jj. xveixiD. xi. a. j

Fryermuth, inspectors; P. Thlgpen.
clerk.
Preclaet No. 31 Fairfield
La. K. Bd wards. B. S. Jennings. J. A.
Jones. Inspectors; M. !. Payne, clerk.
Pre Hart N'o. 32 Gelser
H. H. Harxoll. W. I. Wblttington, P.
Ratterree, Inspectors; A. J. Wyche,
clerk.
Preclaet No. 33 Ematala
Ed. Weathers. V. B. Potts, S. W.
Curry, inspectors, R. W. Feryason,
clerk.
O. IL ROGERS, Chairman.
Attest: P. IL NUGENT. Clerk.
By T. D. Lancaster. Jr., Deputy.

The Tan: pa Tribune says of "Pretty
F&bv," the play to be presented at the

Temple tonight:

the audience that is kept -waiting too
Ion?, Pretty Eaby" kept a well filled
house waiting an hour and a quarter
last night, at the Tampa Bay Casino,
and despite this handicap it was well
received. The audience, at first rest restless
less restless on learning that the company
had arrived late on the steamer from
Key West, seemed to be mollified
when the curtain was run up in order
that the patrons might enjoy the un unusual
usual unusual spectacle of having the stage
set in plain view of the entire hous.
"Pretty Baby," in two acts and
eight "events." is the uual hodge hodgepodge
podge hodgepodge of musical comedy and thinly
connetced near-plot. Ninety per cent,
of the action is built about Eddie

( Raye, who takes the part of Lon Mor-

?is (Plenty of Troubles). In the hur hurry
ry hurry to get the properties set up, the
Panama scene evidently was mislaid,
or perhaps it became torn through the
embarrassed efforts of the scene scene-shifters
shifters scene-shifters worlds; in plain view of the
audience. tA any rate, the second
fcene. entitled "A Panama Creation,"
failed to materialize.
The chief feature of the show is
the catchy stuff and clever stage bus business
iness business of Eddie Raye in the principal
part. The first part of the show was

remarkably clean, btu in the latter

scenes bits of vulgarity and risque
"stuff" came into their own.
"Getting Acquaitned," parodies on
songs popular with the service boys
during the late unpleasantness with
Germany, made a hit with the young
men in the hojse, other songs that
were well received being "Some Lone Lonesome
some Lonesome Night," "Manny Mine" and

Come and Hear The
OVERSEAS LADIES ORCHESTRA
And find out what kind oi
entertainment your boys had
Over There
at the
WOMAN'S- CLUB HOUSE
MOW, HOVEMBER 24TH, 8 P. II.
ADMISSION 75 CENTS.
Benefit ot the Public SchooL
Tickets sold at Gerig's Drug Store.
Ocala National Bank and Public Library.
Seats reserved until o o'clock for holders of season tickets.

Season Tickets S2.50. Five Entertainments

Norman Coudy's rendition of "Dear Old Pal.

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BIG SALE OF

WMY TO WEiffi

CLOSES

NOTICE
Resolution Adopted by tke Brd
Comtr CniimlMlBrs ot Mart!
Count 7-, Florida at Xalr Mtlsc
Ueld October 14, 1918.
WHEREAS. The Board of Oranty
Commissioners of Marlon county, Flor Florida
ida Florida deem It expedient and to the best
interests of said county to iasue the
county bonds of Marlon county, Flor Florida,
ida, Florida, for the purpose of constructing
paved, macadamized or other hard
surfaced highways;
NOW, THEREFORE. BE IT RE RESOLVED,
SOLVED, RESOLVED, That this board does hereby
determine by this resolution to bo en entered
tered entered in the minutes of said board tbat
the amount ot bonds required for tho
purpose above mentioned is the sum of
One Million, Five Hundred Thousand
(1,500.000) Dollars; that the rate of
interest to be paid thereon is Ave per
cent per annum, payable semi-annually,
the first interest payment being duo
six months after the date of said
bonds; that said bonds shall be datoo
January 1, 1320; that said bonds shall

be in the denomination or one Thou Thousand
sand Thousand Dollars each, and shall become

due and payable as follows:
375 bonds shall be due and payable
ten years from their date;
375 of said bonds shall bo due and
payable fifteen years from their date;
and
750 of said bonds shall bo due and
payable 20 years from their date.
1 HEREBY CERTIFY that the fore foregoing
going foregoing is a true and correct copy of tho
resolution which it purports to be,
adopted by the Doard of County Com Commissioners
missioners Commissioners of Marion county, at their
session held in the Marlon county court
house October 14th. l&li.
WITNESS my hand this October 15ta,
1319.
(i'eal) P. H. NUGENT.
10-17-8t Clerk of Said Board.

Manv of our Thrifty Patrons have
availed themselves of the Biggest
Opportunity of the Season, and
Saved From
to
on their Winter Apparel
If youhaven't purchased your Winter

pai ""

NOTICE OF ELECTION

MPMWofSS

WE COMRWD CHARM OF TS JOVOUS MELODES
and REFRESHING GAIETY MAKES IT SlfifPlY MCOMPARABIE
POSITIVELY THE LIVELIEST HAPPY-GO-LUCKY SHOW OF THE SEASOil
.PrfieesOc, $1.00, $1.50, Plus War Ta
Seat Sale at Court Pharmacy, November 18

Notice is hereby given that In pur pursuance
suance pursuance of a resolution adopted by the

Board of County Commissioners of
Marion county. Florida, at their meet meet-ins
ins meet-ins this day held, there will be held In

Marion county, r loriaa. on tne
2nd Day of December, 1919,
an election to determine whether or
not county bonds of Marlon county,
Florida. In the amount of One Million.
Five Hundred Tnousand ($1.500.000
Dollars shall be Issued for the purpose
of the construction of paved, macad macadamized
amized macadamized or other hard surfaced high highways
ways highways in said county; which bonds shall
be dated January 1. 120; shall bear
five per cent per annum Interest from
their date, interest payable semi semiannually;
annually; semiannually; that tho said bonds shall be
of too denomination of One Thousand
Dollars each and become due and pay payable
able payable as follows:
375 of said bonds shall be due and
payable ten years from their date:

375 of said bonds shall bo due and

payable fifteen years from their date;

and

750 of said bonds shall bo due and

payable twenty years from their date.

I according to the terms of the resolu

tion aforesaid.
Datel October 14th. 1918.

BOARD OF COUNT COMMISSION

ERS OF MARION COUNTY, FLORIDA.

By o. II. ROGERS. Chairman.
Attest: P. IL NUGENT. Cleric 17-lt

We have a large assortment of In-

gersol Watches. Get the boy one for

Christmas. Ceng's Drag Store. 18-tf

IT WILL PAY YOU TO LOOK THIS OFFERING VE0,
REMEMBER, SATURPAY, MDV. 22m.(9
is the
LAST PAY

FRANK

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Service on your Maxwell can be had by bringing it to me. Any
troubles of the entire Elecbical System quickly remedied.
IN FACT
AH General Repair Work on this make ocar is my SPECIALTY
and YOUR ECONOMY.
MAXWELL REPAIR SHOP
Yonge Blk Cor. Ft. King Ave. and Osceola St L. E. YONCE, Prop.

SAVE MONEY ON MEAT
We always handle the best fresh meat to be
had and our prices are always the lowest

Round Steak 25c pest Tork Chops
Loin Steak 30c Pork Sausage ..
Stew Meat ...... 15c.

20c.
25c

Groceries, Fruit,- Vegetables, Etc,
NEW YORK MEAT MARKET

FREE DELIVERY

WEST BROADWAY

PHONE 110

Attfieiudl titiie Fair
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LATEST LOCALS

The members of the "Pretty Baby"
company, said to be one of the bright brightest
est brightest shows on the" road, arrived this
noon from Lakeland, where they play played
ed played to a good house last night. They
will present their clever musical com comedy
edy comedy to the patrons of the Temple this
evening.
Mr. Carol Blalock, formerly of
Ocala, and a great favorite among
the young set, is in the city as the
guest of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Blalock.
He came especially on account of his
grandmother's illness.
Miss Olive Moon of Dunnellon, has
leceived a blue ribbon for canned
goods exhibited at the fair. She is a
member of the canning clug, and had
cn display thirty-five jars of jellies,
marmalades, vegetables, soups, etc.
In fact thU little girl who is just
eleven years old, had on exhibition an
entire dinner from soup to desert. She
well deserved the prize.
Among the exhibits at the fair that
attracted the attention of many, were
the numerous displays of pecans, of
various sizes and shapes, all splendid
specimens and worthy of special note.
W. M. Gist & Son of Mcintosh took
the blue ribbon in the individual ex exhibit
hibit exhibit class, and the quart jar of
pecans exhibited by these gentlemen

t contained as fine specimens of the
I nut as the reporter has ever seen.
i
I It is very gratifying news to the
jmany friends of Dr. and Mrs. R. T.
j Weaver to learn that at an early date
' they expect to return to Ocala to
make their home. Mrs. Weaver's
daughter, Miss Ethel Haycraft, who
is successfully teaching music in

Dade City, in all probability will join
them and again make her home here,
where she has always been most popular.

Wc Keep If on Draught
5c and 10c a Giasi

TW(h QTIlPSiS Next to-Grand Stand jat Fair
V U id 1 WIIIjwJ Grounds and east end of Ocala
- House Block

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Sea Foods and Lunches Served at All Hours

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ANNOUNCEMENT S
We are now prepared to give demonstrations
in the popular
CRIPPS-TRQOTH glX
to show its many new and striking features.
NEEDHAM BROTHERS

Opposite Harrington Hall Hotel.

Phone 193

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Miss Mildred Davidson of Clarks Clarks-ville,
ville, Clarks-ville, W. Va., after a three weeks' de delightful
lightful delightful visit with Miss -Ethel Horne,
leaves today to join her parents at
Daytona, where they will spend the
winter.

Mrs. Anna Tweedy is here from
DeLand for a few days' visit, having
come especially for the fir.
Mr. R. L. Turner, rural schools in inspector,
spector, inspector, was a welcome visitor to
Ocala yesterday and today.
Mr. E. L. Maloney of Jacksonville
is in the city, on a visit to his daugh daughter,
ter, daughter, Mrs. C. W. Hunter.

Mr. Henry Livingston is home from
his visit to South Carolina.

Mr. Bert Maloney, well and favor favorably
ably favorably remembered in Ocala, where he
spent much of his, boyhood, with his
wife is now in the live, town of Jack Jackson,
son, Jackson, Miss., where he has a good posi position
tion position with the Goodrich Tire people.
After the first of the month, Mr. A.
E. Burnett, the veteran jeweler, will
take a position with Mr. Allemand.
Mr. Burnett has means to keep him in
ease and comfort all his days, but he
can't bear to remain idle.

Fire
Proof

Negotiable Storage" Receipts Issued on Cotton, Automobiles, Etc

MOVE, PACK, SHIP
LIVE STOCK,
PIANOS, BAGGAGE,
MACHINERY,
FURNITURE, ETC.

LONG DISTANCE MOVING
IPitoite 296

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THE REASON WHY
Explanation Given Which Explains
Efficacy of 101 Tonic
There are three important ingre ingredients
dients ingredients in Dr. Williams' 101 Tonic, each
cnef of which has an important duty.
They are Quinine, Iron and Mag Magnesia.
nesia. Magnesia. The quinine in the tonic clears
the blood of all influenza, malaria
or other harmful germs. The iron
builds up the rich, healthy, strength strengthening
ening strengthening blood which puts stamina into
the, weakened body, and the magnesia
acts gently on the liver and bowels,
cleaning away the accumulated pois poisons.
ons. poisons. This combination is of known
worth for the treatment of Colds. La La-Grippe,
Grippe, La-Grippe, Fever, Chills, Influenza and
Malaria.
During last year's influenza epi epidemic
demic epidemic the sales of 101 Tonic increased
over 500 per cent. This is proof a a-plenty
plenty a-plenty of the value of this remedy for
the treatment of "flu." At the first
sign of "flu" or malaria use Dr. Wil Williams'
liams' Williams' 101 Tonic. A 25 and 50-cent
bottle may be procured at your drug
store. Accept no substitutes. Adv. 1

HOG PRICES
Everywhere have eased off. Receipts
have been getting heavier and pack packers
ers packers are preparing to make a raid on
prices.
We advise everybody not to sell
next week, but the yards will be open
next Tuesday if you have to sell.
21-2t OCALA STOCKYARDS.

Among the many to join in the hunt
J. P. that is not the way to hunt squir squir-usuallfr'
usuallfr' squir-usuallfr' cheerful countenance bore a
number of scratches, inflicted when he
fell down in the chase of a squirel.
His friends have been trying to tell
J. J. that is not the way to hunt squir squirrels,
rels, squirrels, and he will now probably heed
their advice.

Mr. Joe A. Hadsock of Newberry is
in the city, on a visit to his brother,
Mr. B. W. Hadsock. V

Mrs. W. G. Barnes of Crystal River
is in the city on a visit to her sisters,
Misses Cecile and Annie Hadsock.

Mrs. Janie Cree Bose, of Atlanta,
general M. W. U. organizer, will de deliver
liver deliver an address at the Baptist church
this evening at 7:30 o'clock. The pub public
lic public is invited.

The various teams of the Victory
School will meet at the Baptist
church this evening at C:30 o'clock
and partake of a light supper.
Theda Bara fairly outdid herself in
"A Woman There Was" at the Tem Temple
ple Temple last night. The character of the
Polynesian princess exactly suited her
dark beauty, and she carried out to
perfection the part of a love that was
all sunshine or storm in its tropical
temperament.
PECAN NUTS

Goldenacre Paper Shell Pecan Nuts
for sale at Gerig's Drug Store in one
and four-pound boxes. 21-tf
Stop! Have you-tried Federal Bread,
the "best bread in the world." 20-tf

UNCLASSIFIED
ADVERTISEMENTS
WANTED, LOST, FOUND. FOR
SALE, FOR RENT AND SIM SIMILAR
ILAR SIMILAR LOCAL NEEDS

RATES Six line maximum, one
time, 25c.; three times, 50c; six times
75c; one month $3. Payable in advance.

LOST On the road between Ocala
and Gainesville, a ligh gray overcoat.
Return to Harrington Hall and re receive
ceive receive reward. 21-tf

LOST Plain gold ring on the fair
grounds. Finder please return and re receive
ceive receive $5 reward. J. E. Allemand,
jeweler, Ocala. 21-3t

WOOD Phone 437 for the best pine
or oak wood. Will mix load if desired.
Lonnie Sanders. 20-6t

WANTED Corn and
Anthony Farms.

velvet beans.
20-ltdly

WANTED Furnished house, in or
near town, by neat American, finan financially
cially financially responsible. Monthly rental in
advance. Address with complete de de-fcription,
fcription, de-fcription, C. Meil, Palatka, Fla. 20-lt

LOST From automobile between Or
lando 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,
Fla. 19-3t
WANTED At once, 10,000 bushels
cf peanuts, any variety; $2 per bush bushel,
el, bushel, or 8 cents per pound. We also want
your furs, hides, cotton, etc. Ocala
Exchange & Hide Co., Carmichael
building, Ocala, Fla. 19-tf

WOOD For oak wood, cut to order,
call Teapot Grocery, or see J. IL J.
Counts. 19-tf y
FOR SALE Four burner gas stove.
Phone 384. Mrs. P. V. Leavengood,
30a Sanchez street. 18-3t

J

IPs Wo! Too Early to Think

of Christmas
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
of Records always on hand. If desired we can
give terms. Come in and let us demonstrate

( "Why Pay More"

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WANTED To buy direct from own-ex-,
good farm near Ocal of about 100
acies. Give full particulars as to price,
torms, number acres cleared, location
and condition of buildings, rooms in
house, water, etc. Address, "B," care

Star office.

18-3t

WANTED Work by man who has
had experience with automobiles and 8
years clerking in confectionary store.
Competent for any ordinary line of
work. Address, Frank Falsetta, gen-

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Statement of the Condition of

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Of Ocala, Florida
AN ACTIVE U. S. DEPOSITARY
At Close oi Business Monday, Nov. 17th, 1919. Condensed from Report to the
Comptroller of the Currency.
EESOukcES

Marion County Warrants, Loans, Discounts, Bonds
Securities
Liberty Loan Bonds, W. S. Stamps and Victory Notes
Stock in Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta
U. S. Bonds to Secure Circulation
Banking House, Furniture and Fixtures
Other Real Estate Owned
Overdrafts
Cash on Hand and Due from Banks r

TOTAL

and
S
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489,552:43
238,576.43
2,700.00
75,000.00
38,000.00
2,883.62
41.77
88,284.87

$ 935,039.12

LIABILITIES
Capital Stock, fully paid in
Surplus and Undivided Profits
Circulation
Dividends Unpaid.
Deposits
TOTAL .
Deposits, Nov. 17th, 1919......
Deposits, Nov. 17th, 1918
Increase for One Year....

75,000.00
26,128.53
-72,200.00
60.00
761,650.59

$ 935J039.12
..$761,710.59
- 536,415.89
.$225,294.70

On the merits of the above statement we invite your business

.v.;

wood cut ready to burn direct from
the producer, thereby saving the
profits of the city wood yard. Orders
filled anywhere in the city. Phone
30 M. C. P. Howell, Ocala. 4-m

WOOD Phone 146 for all lenghths
oak or pine.wood; thoroughly season seasoned.
ed. seasoned. Special price on quantity orders.
Put in your winter supply now.
Smoak's Wood Yard. 15-tf
tARJIERS AND TRUCK GROWERS
should use PHOSLIME in connection
v ith other fertilizers which they are
now using. Call on the John Dozier
Campany, Ocala, for the PHOSLIME
booklet ana information how to use
PJIOSLIME to the best advantage,
aihI save money on fertilizers. PHOS PHOSLIME
LIME PHOSLIME is a Marion county Soft Phos Phosphate
phate Phosphate product and is used extensively

in South Atlantic states as well as!

.New England and the Northern)

slates. Tiy this home product and
save money ,and increase your profits.
11-6-lm

If Everything Was As
Cheap As Ouf Ice
The cost of living would be as low as it was in the good old days.
No use worrying, however, because it Isn't that way. Be glad that
ice 13 helping to keep down the cost of living, besides giving jou
better food and a greater variety of it than your grandfather fam family
ily family ever had.
Ocala Ice PscMecji

FURNITURE, ETC. i buy and e'.l
second hand furniture. Experts put it
in good condition before re-selling.
Repair sewing machines, lawn mow mowers,
ers, mowers, enamehvare, etc. J. W. Hunter,
010, 12, 314 South Main. St. 23-tf

FOR SALE Choice location and soil
conditions. Go see it. Three miles

frcm Summerfield and Oklawaha A.
C. L. and S. A. L. railroads; one mile

fit in Lake Weir. Deed recorded Aug.

2;? 1915, page 141. deed book 1611,!
Ocala, Fla., county court; taxes paid.,
Special bargain, $500 cash. E. Mill-
ender, 302 Tenth St.. New Kensing-j
ten, Penna. ll-14-9t i

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WOOD I 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

lefMoShovlbuHi

nCan of BRUMALT
TnnkM ilA fnlTnna

W GO bottles of real old

N The kind that's full of nao nnd

m
6parkle that comes up in the glass
with a rich, 'creamy foam and has
all the "kick" you want.

M ake It al Home with

TO RENT Furnished rooms for light
housekeeping. Apply to Mrs. Maud
Williams, 709 South Watula street,
Ocala. 17-6t

WANTED A housekeeper. Apply to

Max Fishel, Ocala. 17-tf

Clear Your
COLD

Stop
that cough.

-

LOST The finder of bicycle taken
from Baptist church about noon,' Sun Sunday,
day, Sunday, Nov. 16th, will please return to
Chero-Cola Bottling Works. 17-3t
AGENTS WANTED To demonstrate
Save-Gas Tablets; must have auto automobile;
mobile; automobile; big money for the hustler.
Gasoline at 2 cents per gallon. Send
1 for trial can enough for 100 gal gallons
lons gallons of gasoline. Write Wm. Kohler,
33rd St. and 14th Ave., Tampa, Flor Florida.
ida. Florida. 29-lm
OFFICE ROOMS FOR RENT Two
large office rooms, overlooking corner
of two business streets, and conven convenient
ient convenient to postoffice. Apply to Dr. D. M.
Smith.

Avoid
r rw

inriuenza t
and jEsiik;

rneumonia r z;

FOR SALE Nice residence in good
neighborhood. Bargain at $3800. Easy
terms. Apply to P. O. Box 575. 6-m

FOR SALE (Wood Cut to Order.)
Reduce the high cost of keeping com comfortable
fortable comfortable this winter by buying your

BRUMALT has all the necessary ingredients to make
real beer. It ii the highly concentrated extract of pure
barley malt. With each can you get a package of hops
and ciarifier and by following our simple instructions you
can make the best beer you ever drank.
Get it from your dialer today! If he can't supply
you, write us. Get your supply now.
KASS PRODUCE COMPANY
:v JACKSONVILLE. FLORIDA

V

Profit Vy tost year's experi experience
ence experience Keep the head and
lung clear with

Croup and Pneumonia
SAL VE
It is strons t-TJt plann. A
little In t e iKsuils ly tUy and
on the r'.tyt at r.iht. win ward
eff Colds. Croup. LaGrlfpe. Intlu Intlu-tnza
tnza Intlu-tnza nd IlieuTnrnii. Keen a
supply ready. It U tM Lest j.rc j.rc-tentatlTe.
tentatlTe. j.rc-tentatlTe. Will riot st.via e:oth..-
like others. Ask your tiealer for iu
"XVOVtoa Co.,
MONTGOMERY, ALA.

mm

'I

TEE WMPSOR MOTEL
Jacksonville Florida.

In the hemrt ol the city with Hemming Park for a front yard.
Every modern convenience in ek rooa. Dining room service is
second to nooe.

ROBERT -M. MEYER.
' Hsnacer.

J. E. KAVAFJAUGE!.

J ... RATES From L50 per my pet person to'?0.

The Star is an advertising nedlsia tnru TTiich you can tz :li Qzz

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