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OCALA, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 28, 1919.
VOL. 26, NO. 28 1
Which Will Cost More-thc Present System For Several Years, or Better Roads and Their Benefits Wow?
MEXICO AI THE
Slowly They Force Our Good-Natured i
Lncle Sam Toward the
Washington, Nov. 28. Although
there will be further investigation,
the government has no intention of
rececpng from its position in the Jen Jenkins
kins Jenkins case, administration officials said
today. The government, they declar declared,
ed, declared, was prepared for the next step,
which may be an ultimatum. Officials
indicated that negotiations with Mex Mexico
ico Mexico would not be prolonged if unsatis unsatisfactory.
factory. unsatisfactory. That the government has de decided
cided decided upon a course of action, and is
prepared to carry it out if necessary.
CONFERENCE ON COAL HAS
Washington, Nov. 28. With the
v.age negotiations conference disband disbanded
ed disbanded without having accomplished any anything
thing anything further than to bring down on
the heads of government officials crit criticisms
icisms criticisms from the miners and operators,
nobody in Washington today seemed
to know or., if they knew, would say
what the next step would be in an ef effort
fort effort to provide the country with a coal
supply and head off the threatened
famine. Officials of both the operators
and miners professed inability to even
forecast what developments of the
j'ext forty-eight hours might bring
forth and both sides frankly admitted
they were awaiting the government's
MAY SEIZE THE MINES
Washington, Nov. 28. The seizure
of soft coal mines where the owners
do not show a disposition to co-operate
in increasing production, and the use
of troops to protect miners who de de-Eire
Eire de-Eire to work, has been decided upon
by the government in an effort to end
the coal strike, it was stated today
officially. In the mines seized the 14
per cent wage advance agreed upon
by the cabinet will be put into effect
immediately, it was said.
COLD WEATHER AND NOT MUCH
Chicago, Nov. 28. Snow up to two
feet today covered the country be
tween the Mississippi river and the
Sierra Nevada mountains and from
Canada to northern Texas, with low
temperatures throughout the area. A
light snowfall occurred in northern Il
linois, Indiana and as far east as To
ledo, Ohio, while word came that some
snow fell in Los Angeles, Calif., and
that there was two inches on the avia aviation
tion aviation field near Riverside, Calif.
SHOOK UP THE STOCKS
New York, Nov. 28. The coal sit
uation rnd the latest developments in
the Mexican situation caused fresh
selling at the opening of the New
York Stock Exchange today. General
Motors dropped 32 per cent and other
stocks are down.
ALBERTS EMPTY OFFICE
Washington, Nov. 28. -Albert
Thomas, French conservative labor
leader, was selected today by the gov governing
erning governing body of the international labor
conference as the first director gener general
al general of the international labor office un under
der under the league of nations. Arthur
Fontaine, of France, has been elected
tl ermanent chairman of the governing
San Antonio, Nov. 28. Fighting in
Mexico between the factions dominat dominated
ed dominated by Carranza and General Alvaro
Obregon was reported from the border
today. It was reported the Carran Carran-zistas
zistas Carran-zistas fled to Oueretaro.
Save your SUGAR and sweeten
your coffee with Saccharin Tablets.
Only 35 cents the, hundred at Gerig's
Drug Store. 18-tf
DR. G. A. EDMISTON
Veterinai, Physician and Surgeon
Phone 38 M
Ocala - Florida
We can furnish you with the
LUE GIM GONG,
IVARTMANN NURSERY CO
SENATOR CROSBY WRITES
IN FAVOR OF BONDS
The following very good letter from ;
Senator Crosby, we regret to say, j
reached us too late for publication in j
the Weekly Star: I
Editor Star: Some months ago at
a Board of Trade meeting in your
city I stated that I would now favor
a bond issue for good roads and that
I thought now was a good time to
bond for such a purpose.
About five years ago we bonded our
school district for $10,500 for new
school buildings; the result -has been
satisfactory, our children are getting
the benefit and no one feels the extra
five mills a burden, and I have heard
no complaint from any resident tax taxpayer
payer taxpayer nor from the railroads or tele telegraph
graph telegraph companies who pay a large
part of the taxes, and our sinking
fund is drawing interest at 4 per
cent, compounded quarterly and long
before the principal will be due, the
five mills will be cut down by the ac accumulation
cumulation accumulation on interest to 4, 3, 2 and
1 mill respectively.
I favor bonding Marion county for
$1,500,000 for road building. I have
been interested in the controversey
en the bonding question, and the one
main point against bonding is the
higher millage. It is a fact that the
millage will be a little higher, prob probably
ably probably 25 per cent., than the present
millage for a few years and then it
will be lower, but my friends what do
you ever expect to get unless you pay
for it, and when will we have a sys system
tem system of hard roads in the county un unless
less unless we bond? Certainly not by direct
taxation. One of the greatest ad advantages
vantages advantages of a nation, state or county
is its hard roads. In the great world
. 1 Is
war it was over tne nara roaas in
France that the allied armies were
enabled to quickly get to the front,
and keep supplied with war material
and commissary supplies. It was over
the splendid hard roads in the Unit
ed States that .army trucks and much
equipment was rushed to the loading
wharves from factories.
I have never yet heard of a nation,
state or county collapsing or its peo people
ple people suffering financial embarrassment
on account of its expenditures for
hard road building.
The federal government through
the last sessions of Congress made
appropriations of hundreds of mill
ions of dollars for road building
throughout the United States, the
same being apportioned to the states
on the basis of each and every state
through its legislature appropriating
an equal amount.
Florida's part was $3,000,000. The
1919 session of the legislature passed
laws to raise this amount of money,
to enable the state road department to
meet the federal appropriation on a
fifty-fifty basis as the federal gov government
ernment government required.
A line of state roads has been des designated
ignated designated and the Dixie Highway thru
Marion county. Aren't you glad of
that? The state road department has
apportioned $280,000 to Marion coun county
ty county on the Dixie Highway, providing
Marion county puts up the cash to
complete it. Now, my friends, how
are we going to do that? If this
bond issue fails then we lose the
$280,000 and the road department will
build no road in Marion, "but will give
to other counties the money raised by
the two-mill levy and we, all over the
county, will be paying, to build roads
in other counties that are meeting
the state road department's require
ments. The need and demand for
hard roads is growing daily and no
one can question the fact that they
are a necessity, and we certainly
should make the proper arrangements
for raising the money to build a sys system
tem system of substantial roads in this coun
ty, and the logical business proposi proposition
tion proposition to do so is to bond, and eventual eventually
ly eventually we must bond, so why not bond
Yoy say that prices of building ma material
terial material are high and that labor is scarce
and high. So it is, but when will ma material
terial material be cheaper and when will labor
be more plentiful and cheaper? With
high prices all over the country and
high wages all over the country, the
tendency seems to be upward; how however,
ever, however, if we should bond, by the time
the contracts are let for road build-
ing, if there is going to be a decline
in prices and wagon soon, it will have!
reached us. With the demand in South
Florida truck farms and orange
groves and many other lines of in industry
dustry industry for more labor, and the naval
stores, lumber and phosphate indus industries
tries industries booming, does it look like labor
will be more plentiful and cheaper in
this state very soon? It does not.
Will the agricultural interests in Mar Marion
ion Marion county suffer? I think not. If the
bond issue carries at the election next
Tuesday, it will take some months to
validate, advertise and sell the bonds,
and advertise for bids and let some
contracts, and by the time any con contract
tract contract is let many months will have
passed and possibly the 1920 crops
GOOD ROADS NOW
L SAVE MONEY
IS SPENDING FUNDS
AM) GETTING NEITHER HIGH HIGHWAYS
WAYS HIGHWAYS NOR BRIDGES.
To delay building roads in Marion
county is money lost.
The county is now spending about
$70,000 a year on its roads. Each
year's delay is costing this much and
In three years this:
would amount to $210,000; in five j day Mr Neil Weathers of New York
years $350,000 and at the end of these city, who is in Ocala visiting his par par-periods
periods par-periods w e would be no better off thsn ents. Mr. Weathers made a talk to
at present. the Rotarians on the subject of the
Add to this lost money the money relationship between employe and em-
lost because of bad roads, with the
higher cost of hauling over them,
wear and tear, the loss of business,
the increasingly bad reputation the
county is getting because of its pres present
ent present system of foads.
Now is the time to build our roads!
Florida is facing a great wave of
prosperity. Are we going to ride on
the crest or be swept aside by it?
By failing to build loads right now,
we are throwing money away, and
will continue to have bad roads.
By building roads we will be get
ting a return on the investment and
will be able to compete with other i
counties and enjoy all of the benefits j
of a good road system.
If your house is rotting, will you
repair and paint it now or will you
wait three or four years? Paint and
repairs may cost less two or three
years from now but in the meantime'
vour house is rottine the more. I
nit-lit ui uiiy nua iicAt wccai as moi-
will have been made, and I think ket is unsettled and lowering. If, how how-much
much how-much labor that is going out of our I ever, you have to move hogs before
county will stay, and more come in, j Christmas, just as well let them go as
and no doubt contractors will bring
in much of their labor. Of course, the
Dixie Highway will be built with con convicts.
victs. convicts. I am more favorable to this bond
issue because nearly all people all
over our county will be benefited.
This is the opportunity for the people
in the rural sections to get hard
roads. Now don't forget that if the
Dixie Highway is built, the county
will have no further expenses on it,
as it will be maintained and kept in
l epair by the state road department.
If this bond issue carries, we may
also expect further help from the
road department on other roads in the
If this bond issue carries it will be
the biggest' and best advertisement
winn tw wp mnlH nnssihiv hnv. I
Y'es, I expect to see an advancement I
in values, hot a sudden boom, but a
steady and regular flow of incoming j
investors, not the bolshevik kind, but j
mostly red-blooded Americans from
many sections of the nation.
Fcellow farmers, when we drive in 1
our buggies or wagons, don't we en-
joy the hard road better than the old
sand road or mud holes and if we need
tc go to Ocala, the seat of govern government
ment government of our county, or any other
place, for pleasure or business, we
would like to get in our Ford car, go
and come so much quicker than the
old way of many hours to make the
trip. Much of our time is valuable,
and we are getting up to an age of
progress and advancement, and re remember
member remember that the roads will be mailt
lcrgely to the farmer's door for his
direct benefit, while every class of
property will be taxed to pay the in interest
terest interest and sinking fund and the great
bulk of the taxes will not be paid by
the farmers, but will come from the
cities, and by railroads and other cor corporations,
porations, corporations, including phosphate hold holdings
ings holdings and cut-over and timber lands.
I am a tiller of the soil and all of
my little of this world's goods is lands
and its holding in Marion county (ex
a little in Alachu acounty and
that is in a road bonded district and
I favored it) and that is all on the
tax books with valuations full high in
proportion to some, and I am not un unmindful
mindful unmindful of the fact, with obligations
and many demands to meet, that my
taxes will be higher, but I anticipate
' "that a svstem of crood roads all over
the county" will make my property
grow in value. We have one of the
test hard roads from Citra to Ocala
that there is in Marion county just at
this time, but we need much better,
and I favor bonding and improving it,
and reach out and help other sections
that have none and others that need
Marion county is one of the best,
ye?, the very best, of all the fine coun counties
ties counties that make up this great unde undeveloped
veloped undeveloped state. This is my home. Here
we my good wife and I are rearing
our children. I have faith in Marion
county, her people, her soil and her
future progress and development, and
my brain, brawn and muscle will con
ROTARY CLUB IN
At Luncheon Today Endorsed Propos Proposed
ed Proposed Issue Without a Dissent Dissenting
ing Dissenting Y'ote
The Ocala Rotary Club, at its regu regular
lar regular weekly luncheon today, endorsed,
without a dissenting vote, the bond is issue
sue issue for a good road system in Marion
county. The club held a snappy meet meeting
ing meeting and the action taken with regard
to the bond issue follows a recent
meeting of the club at which Mr. T.
T. Munroe, chairman of the county
good roads committee, appeared anil
outlined the proposed system of high-
' . .i
plover, one of the great problems now
confronting the world. This subject
is one to which International Rotary
will give much attention during the
Mr. Frederick Hocker made a brief
talk on the subject of his classification
in the club.
The Ocala club is planning to send a
krge delegation to the district con convention
vention convention of Rotary to be held in Tampa
rext spring, and at today's luncheon
Mr. Jake Gerig was appointed a com committee
mittee committee of one to boost and make ar-
rangements for the trip to Tampa.
OCALA STOCK YARDS
tit j..: i :
we ciuvise swrungiy against. iuue-
we look for a further decline in price.
OCALA STOCK YARDS.
NOTICE TO WOODMEN
All Woodmen who are interested in
maintaining our low assessment rate
will please be at the meeting tonight
to sign petition for referendum vote.
C. K. Sage, Clerk.
RAILROAD MEN REJOICE
The men who ran the trains which
yesterday passed thru Ocala did not
so much mind being away from home
Thanksgiving, because they believed
Mark Temple, at the American Cafe,
would have a home dinner ready for
them, and when they arrived tney
found their faith was justified Marks
long tables were groaning and he and
waiting force watched their guests
closely every minutes to see that each
Pte was kept well filled. Following
was ine menu:
! Turkey with Cranberry Sauce
Roast Beef Candied Yams
Macaroni Chicken Pot Pie
Potato Stew Rice
Backbone Pickles and Beets
Not only the railroad men, but a
considerable number of our home
folks took their dinner at Mark's
place, and all praised the abundant
and well nrenared food set before
tinuee to labor for
I have confidence in the splendid
business men who are named as bond
trustees. I have confidence in the
splendid men who compose the board
of commissioners. We may differ on
seme questions, but that does not
shake my faith in their integrity,
honesty and ability. I have confidence
in the splendid business men who
compose the advisory board. With
these thre groups of successful busi
ness men, citizens and officials of our
county I feel satisfied that if we
vote this bond issue next Tuesday
that our interests will be looked after
in an upright, honorable, honest and
I am with you for bonds, fellow
citizens. Let us put this bond issue
through. Let us be boosters, not
knockers. Let us go forward, not
backward. Yours for progress, pros prosperity
perity prosperity and development,
W. J. Crosby.
MAY'ANARD MUST WAIT
Mineola, Nov. 28. Lieut. Maynard
rnnounced today that the proposed
cne-stop trans-continental flight he
had planned for this week, would be
postponed until early December.
Wife of Ex-Citizen of America
Have a Vote in British
Plymouth, England, Nov. 28. Lady
Astor, the American-born wife of Vis Viscount
count Viscount Astor, was elected to 'parlia 'parlia-nent
nent 'parlia-nent from Plymouth Nov. 15th. The
tabulation of the returns was complet completed
ed completed this afternoon. j
ASSURANCE TO JUGO-SLAVS
London, Nov. 28. Great Britain
has given Jugo-Slavia assurances that
the Adriatic question will soon be tak-r
en up by the supreme council and
that Great Britain's influence .will be
used to secure a just settlement in ac-!
cord with the life and interests of
OPPOSITION OF SOCIALISTS TO
Milan, Nov. 28. At a meeting in
which all socialist deputies in Italy
participated here last night, resolu
tions were passed asking the govern-j
ment to suppress D'Annunzio's enter
prises in Dalmatia and establish a
blockade to prevent goods reaching
SPAIN AGAINST SOVIET
Madrid, Thursday, Nov. 2G. Spain
has broken off all relations with the
Russian soviet government, it was an
nounced today by the foreign minis minister,
ter, minister, who said this step had been taken
because the Spanish embassy in Pet-
rograd was attacked twice and the
charge d'affaires forced to leave Rus
TWO GERMAN NOTES
Paris, Nov. 28. The German dele
gation today delivered two notes to
Secretary Dutasta of the peace con conference.
ference. conference. One relates to the replace
ment of German warships sunk by
their crews in Scapa Flow and the
ether to repatriation of German pris
Rt. Rev. Colmore, missionary bishop
of Porto Rico, arrived in the city this
afternoon and will give an address on
the "Nation-Wide Awakening" at
Grace Episcopal church this evening
at 7:45 o'clock. Bishop Colmore has
in his diocense the islands of San Do Domingo
mingo Domingo and the Virgin Islands, lately
acquired by the United States. He is
an earnest and able speaker and was
an intimate friend of the late Rev.
Charles M. Gray, so greatly beloved in
this city, and a fellow student at col college
lege college of the Rev. Campbell Gray, a
former rector of Grace church. The
public is cordially invited.
On account of the lateness of the
tiain yesterday, the picture, "The
Siren's Song," featuring Theda Bara
did not arrive in time for the after afternoon
noon afternoon show, and Pauline Frederick in
"Peace of Roaring River" was shown.
It was a most interesting picture and
enjoyed immensely and those who did
not see it yesterday will have the op
portunity of seeing the same this aft afternoon
ernoon afternoon and tonight.
Theda Bara appeared in another of
her tensely thrilling pictures at the
Templast night night, and the old-
time lessons of how much sorrow can
be caused by fanaticism and hypocrisy
combined was again emphatically set
forth. Pauline Frederick, one of the
favorites, will appear tonight in "The
Peace of Roaring River," and the
feature will be accompanied by the
Summerfield, Nov. 25. Mr. Nathan
Mayo attended the State Fair in
Jacksonville this week.
We are proud to state that the
Summerfield booth at the Marion
County Fair took first prize, as it did
last year. One more year and the cup
will be ours.
Mr. J. W. Davis and Mr.'C.A. Ty Tyler
ler Tyler went to Jacksonville to help con construct
struct construct the Marion county booth at the
State Fair. We feel su-e that it will
carry off one of the prizes.
Mr. W. J. Lyles continues to buy
and ship hogs. He is moving another
The suprise party given for Miss
Alma Bell Moody last Saturday night
at the home of Mrs. W. J. Lyles was
quite a pleasant occasion. All who
attended reported a good time.
Miss Alma Bell Moody left Sunday
for Jacksonville, where she is employ employed
ed employed by the Western Union.
Mrs. M. P. Irving of Winslow,
Wash, is back for the winter with us.
Florida sunshine brings people from
the corners of the United States dur during
ing during the cold months.
Mr. J. T. Carlton of Hawthorne,
made a business trip here Monday
calling on Mr. Nathan Mayo in the in interest
terest interest of timber and turpentine.
WILL MARION COUNTY
LAG BEHIND THESE?
The following counties, towns and
cities in Florida are this year building building-roads
roads building-roads and streets, many sums being"
in addition to large amounts already
Fort Myers, $150,000 in streets.
West Palm Beach, $35,000, streets.
Manatee county, $125,000 in roads.
Palmetto, $45,000 in strets.
Plant City," $70,000 in streets.
Seminole county, $350,000 in addi
Miami, $17,908 in streets.
Haines City, $120,000 in streets.
Holmes county, $60,000 in bonds on
Okeechobee City, $80,000, streets.
Seabreeze, $120,000 in streets.
Dade county, $90,000 in roads.
Key West, $100,000 in streets.
St. Johns county, $400,0DO m roads.
Daytona Beach, $00,000 in streets.
Flagler county, $99,000 in 26-mile
Miami, $600,000 in streets.
Bay county, $120,000 on 31-mile
Orange county, $155,000 in nine nine-mile
mile nine-mile road.
Okaloosa county, $90,000 on sand sand-clay
clay sand-clay road.
Pinellas ,county, $100,000 on five
miles of brick.
Okeechobee county, $300,000, roads.
Stuart, $60,000 in streets.
DeSoto county, $150,000 in roads.
Lakeland, $185,000 in additional
Moore Haven, $30,000 in streets.
Leesburg, $50,000 bonds for streets.
Chipley district, Washington coun county,
ty, county, $75,000 in roads.
Umatilla, $35,000 in streets.
Pinellas county, $30,000 in addition additional
al additional roads.
Fort Lauderdale, $15,000 in streets.
Alachua county, $18G,000 for 11'
miles on road No. 2.
District three, Santa Rosa county,
$160,000 in bonds.
Wrinter Park, $00,000 in streets.
DeFuniak Springs, $15,000, streets..
Inverness, $12,000 In streets.
LaFayette county. $225,000 on Dixie
Pinellas county, $25,00 for roads.
Jacksonville, $100,000 bonds for new
Orlando, $300,000 in streets.
Kissimmee, $100,000 in streets.
Polk county, $400,000 in additional
loads on top of $1,500,000 in 1916.
Hamilton county, $400,000 in roads.
Putnam county, $160,000 for roads.
Escambia county. $120,000 on road
from Pensacola to the naval reserva reservation;
tion; reservation; $160,000 on bridges.
Clearwater, $45,000 in streets.
Perry, $25,000 bonds for streets.
Charlotte Harbor, $135,000 roads.
Holmes county, $160,000 for roads.
DeLeon Springs, road district,
Palm Beach county, $100,000 in new
Pasco county special district. $750, $750,-000
000 $750,-000 bonds.
Baker county. $225,000 bonds for
Bradford county, $550,000.
Here is what other Southern states
are doing for good roads:
In Georgia forty-six counties have
voted $16,630,000, not including fed federal
eral federal aid nor auto license fees.
North Carolina, $8,000,000.
South Carolina,' $6,000,000.
All members of the Woman's Club
who are interested in organizing a
Shakspere class, please meet with the
chairman at the club house Saturday
afternoon, Nov. 29, at 3 o'clock.
Mrs. Lester Warner.
We are showing a splendid line of
MEN'S WOOLEN, UNDERWEAR,
and the prices are very reasonable.
Walkley & Bullock. 24-6t
Mclver & MacKay
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PHONES 47. 104. S8S
For All Classes i Oi
Stone, Brick. Wood.
II and Concrete
J. D. McCasMll
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The Star must thank the genial
Short Talks man of the Times-Union
for his kindly mention of the Marion
The St. Petersburg Times correctly
says: "Newspapsrs are bragging that
.there are no reds in the South. We'd
better be careful 'pride goeth etc."
We have two communications, one
on bonds and one on the city election,
both written over nom de plumes, and
we beg to advise the writers that we
can't print their letters unless they
sign their names to them.
No member of the Star force has
had opportunity to attend the state
fair in Jacksonville, and we have not
even had time to read what the Jack Jacksonville
sonville Jacksonville papers said about it. From
remarks we have heard here and
there, however, we understand it is
one of the finest fairs ever held in
Miami Herald compares Star to
New York Tribune. We are afraid
Herald was just trying to make us
feel good for Thanksgiving. New
York Tribune recognized as one of the
best, edited papers in the world. We
will return compliment by saying Mi Miami.
ami. Miami. Herald isn't to be compared with
New York Herald, but its a good pa paper,
per, paper, all the same.
Senator Trammell has written a
placidly polite explanation of his vote
cn the peace treaty. It is Trammelles Trammelles-que,
que, Trammelles-que, trammeled with the usual hy hy-potheisises
potheisises hy-potheisises and befoggleing alluren alluren-dations.
dations. alluren-dations. Palatka News.
That kind of cussing may be about
what Trammell deserves, but it
wouldn't get Goode Guerry very far
with a mule team.
"This is a government by represen representation,"
tation," representation," says the Lakeland Star. That
may be the "Union" idea; but our
forefathers who started this thing de declared
clared declared that "a government of the peo people,
ple, people, by the people, for the people,
shall never perish from off the earth."
And here we have been f doling our our-self
self our-self for forty years into the belief
that said declaration was' part of Lin Lincoln's
coln's Lincoln's Gettysburg speech.
Joe Earman in his Palm Beach Post
writes an interesting history of the
controllers of the state, beginning
with 1866 and coming down to Ernest
Amos, the present incumbent. Joe
says he has had several differences
with Mr. Amos, over the expenditure
of state funds, and has never been
able to budge Mr. Amos from the con construction
struction construction that gentleman put on the
law. Joe says he is sore on Amos.
Nevertheless, he considers Amos the
best kind of a controller, and there therefore
fore therefore will support him in the coming
campaign. Seldom do you find a man
taking such a broad view of public
policy. With the average man, if he
differs with a public official he works
and votes against him, regardless of
A. E. GERIG
life Insurance J
The kind that insures,
Against want in old age, S
Against raises in premium S
The Prudential Kind
See Ditto at once J
F. W. Ditto. i
Charter No. 9926
Reserve District No. 6
Nov. 27, 11 p. m.
Between viewing "Come Along,
Mary," and closing the bond election
debate, we were too busy to write a
Thanksgiving editorial last night.
Which all our readers should be
thankful for. Some Thanksgiving
ecitorials are classics, but most of
them are punk, and we fear if we
vrote one, it would be the punkest in
the bunch. An editor can't write a
really fine Thanksgiving editorial un unless
less unless he is really a fine writer and has
a great capacity for fooling himself
into the bargain.
Tonight, however, while sitting in
the picture show, and watching two
imaginary religious fanatics who
were just like some real ones we have
met try to vamp Theda Bara, we let
our mind ramble indolently around
and it stumbled over some of the
things that we think we can be gen
uinely thankful for, and we will try
t list them for our readers in the
vernacular, which you will be wise to,
tho' Professor Brinson scathingly re
marked some thirteen months ago
that we used it too much.
The least worst of our editorial
ideas occur to us in the picture show.
Watching the rays slide over the
screen, and seeing the hero and shero
do every silly thing that a real smart
man can think up, sorter counter counter-irritates
irritates counter-irritates our mind, which needs a
great deal of counter-irritating, and
consequently a great deal of picture
showing. Its better than any show showing
ing showing that comes from Missouri.
The Star is mainly thankful be because,
cause, because, first, it has so many friends,
and, second, it lives in Florida. Some
people say the Star says tod" many
mean things. Perhaps it does. But
ic must manage to say some good
things sometimes, because we can
count its enemies on our fingers, we
think; certainly on our fingers and
toes. We can't count its. friends. It
has more of them than it has names
on its subscription list, because a
whole lot of our friends borrow their
neighbors' papers. Which is friend friendship,
ship, friendship, all right, but no business. Any Anybody
body Anybody should be thankful to live in
Florida. We haven't been out of the
state in so long that we have for forgotten
gotten forgotten how bad it is to live anywhere
The biggest thing to be thankful
for this Thanksgiving is that our
boys are home. A year ago, nearly all
of them wer in Europe or in the
training' camps. Of those in Europe,
few of us were sure they were alive
and well. We knew, of course, that
the fighting had ended but how
many were sure that it had ended
soon enough for our particular boys.
And we looked ahead to months more
of separation, for even if there was
no more trouble, we knew it would
take many long months to bring those
two million huskies home.
Two Thanksgivings ago most of
them were in the training camps,
with pneumonia riding on every
breeze. And three years ago a lot
of them were down on the Rio
Grande, yearning to shoot greasers,
and meantime shooting craps.
Well, they are nearly all home now,
and maybe won't have to wear khaki
and tin hats again; but if they do
they will all know how; which is an another
other another thing to be thankful for.
It might be supposed that the boys
are the thankfullest, but we opine
that the home folks are thankfuller.
The -boys had one devilofa time but
thanks to the censors and that cheer cheerful
ful cheerful and skillful liar, George Creel,
the home folks didn't know a tenth of
what they suffered until they came
home and told it or rather some of
them, because most of them won't
tell. And while they were over there,
they didn't realize their troubles,
good sports, didn't want the home
good sports, didn't want the home
folks to know what a hard time they
were having while they were having
it, and generally find something more
interesting to talk about since they
The home folks should be thankful
for that unequaled and useful pre prevaricator,
varicator, prevaricator, George Creel, who told us
regularly that hot meals were served
the boys on the firing line and they
had feather beds to sleep on whenNff
duty. There is only one fly in the
ointment if the home folks had
known what a tough time the soldiers
were having, they would have torn all
disloyal men and women to pieces,
and we, would not be bothered with
An American home that has in it
a boy or a man who went to war and
vent thru it, whether in the danger
of the first line, or the hard and im imperatively
peratively imperatively necessary work of the S.
O. S., on the warships or supply
ships or transports and came home
again, and is with it or near it now,
should be thankful and proud, and
As for our thankfulness for the
goodness of God and the big crops,
etc., etc., you doubtless read that in
the president's proclaamtion.
It has quit being Thanksgiving day
and is Friday, but we will tell you a
special reason we have to be thankful.
We had no Thanksgiving dinner ex except
cept except a sam handwich, which we ate
with one hand while we stood at the
counter of the Western Union, wait-
Report of Condition of the
OCALA NATIONAL BANK
At Ocala, in the State of Florida, at the Close of Business on Nov. 17th, 1919
(a) Loans and discounts, including rediscounts,
(except those shown in b and c) $202,976.18
Total loans .$202,976.18
Overdrafts, unsecured, $41.77
U. S. Government securities owned:
(a) Deposited to secure circulation (U. S. bonds
par value) .. 75,000.00
(d) Pledged as collateral for state or other de deposits
posits deposits or bills payable 19,000.00
(f ) Owned and unpledged 217,928.43
(h) War Savings Certificates and Thrift Stamps
actually owned 1,648.00
Total U. S. Government securities
Other bonds, securities, etc.:
(a) Bonds (other than U. S. bonds) pledged to
secure U. S. deposits 11,000.00
(b) Bonds (other than U. S. bonds) pledged to
secure postal savings deposits 5,000.00
(c) Bonds and securities (other than U. S. secu securities)
rities) securities) pledged as collateral for state or
other deposits (postal excluded) or bills
(e) Securities other than U. S. bonds (not in including
cluding including stocks), owned and unpledged.... 258,576.25
Total bonds, securities, etc., other than U. S...
Stock of Federal Reserve Bank, (50 per cent of
(a) Value of banking house, owned and unin unincumbered
cumbered unincumbered 33,380.60
Furniture and fixtures
Real estate owned other than banking house..
Lawful reserve with Federal Reserve Bank. .
Cash in vaults and net amounts due from
Net amounts due from banks, bankers and trust
companies (other than included in Items 12,
13 or 14)
Exchanges for clearing house
Total of Items 13, 14, 15, 16 and 17 48,648.77
Checks on panks located outside of city or town
of reporting bank and other cash items...
Redemption fund with U. S. Treasurer and due
from U. S. Treasurer
Interest earned but not collected (approximate)
on notes and bills receivable not past due.
Capital stock paid irr
(a) Undivided profits 24,830.83
(b) Less current expenses, interest and taxes
25. InterestNand discount collected or credited in ad ad-'
' ad-' vance of maturity and not earned (approximate)
Circulating notes outstanding
Cashier's checks on own bank outstanding .
Total of items 30, 31, 32 and 33 2,295.09
Demand Deposits (other than bank deposits)
subject to reserve (deposits payable within
30 days) :
Individual deposits subject to check.-
State, county or other municipal deposits secur secured
ed secured by pledge of assets of this bank
Dividends unpaid . 1
Total of demand deposits (other than bank
deposits) -subject to reserve, Items 34, 35,
36, 37, 38 and 39 344,969.16
Time Deposits Subject to Reserve (payable aft after
er after 30 days, or subject to 30 days or more
notice, and postal savings) :
Certificates of deposit (other than for money
borrowed) . .
Postal savings deposits
Other time deposits
' Total of time deposits subject to reserve.
Items 40, 41, 42 and 43 404,446.34
United States deposits (other than postal sav savings):
ings): savings): (c) Other 'United States deposits, including de deposits
posits deposits of U.- S. disbursing officers 10,000.00
Service on your Maxwell an be had by bringing it to me. Any
troubles of the entire Elect ical System quickly remedied.
All General Repair Work on this make of car is my SPECIALTY
and YOUU ECONOMY.
MAXWELL REPAIR SHOP
Yonge Blk Cor. Ft. King Ave. and Osceola SU L. E. YONCE, Prop.
Of the total loans and discounts shown above, the amount on which in interest
terest interest and discount was charged at rates in excess of those permitted by
law (Sec. 5197 Rev. Stat.) exclusive of notes upon which total charge not
to exceed 50 cents was made, was, None. The number of such loans was,
STATE OF FLORIDA, COUNTY OF MARION, ss:
I, H. D. Stokes, Cashier of the above-named bank, do solemnly swear
that the above statement is true to the best of my knowledge and belief.
H. D. STOKES, Cashier.
Subscribed and sworn to before me Correct Attest:
this 26th day of November, 1919. E. L. WARTMANN,
(Seal) STEPHEN JEWETT, CHARLES S. CULLEN,
Notary Public. J. E. CHACE. Directors.
ing for our press dispatches and read
the f Times-Union with the other. But
Mark Temple, that genial person, who
presides over the American Cafe, at
the union station, called us down to
his place for supper. We pause to
remark that we don't mind being call called
ed called down that way. Mark had an extra
big dinner at his house yesterday, fov
the railroad men who couldn't eat at
home. We arrived late and Mark re regretfully
gretfully regretfully said that he was afraid
j there wasnt much left. So he sat us
I down at a table, and his deft and ac
commodating waitresses set out the
best they had. Gee! Did you ever
see one of those pictures where some
' hungry doughboy went to sleep and
dreamed he was at home and home home--
- home-- folks set him down to a honest to
goodness dinner. There was turkey
; and dressing and oysters and pig and
; porterhouse and biscuit and syrup
and mince pie and other pies and ice
. cream and candy and nuts and raisins
j and figs and oranges and coffee,
I sugar and rream and would have been
a cold bottle if it had not been for
. war-time prohibition.
We thought we looked like one of
those pictures, only it was no dream.
. There was turkey and cranberry
sauce, rice and giblet gravy, roast
beef and candied yams, chicken pie
and a whole billyfare of other things.
And we ate with our tummy against
the table until it stopped our watch
and began to push us over on our
back, and after eating for a solid
thirty minutes and not noticing that
the aggregation was appreciably di diminished
minished diminished we gave up. As we ap approached
proached approached Mark to express our appre appreciation
ciation appreciation of the feed, he saw moisture in
our eyes and solicitously inquired why
we wept. We told him it was only
giblet gravy which had backed up
into our tear ducts. He was sad him himself
self himself because we hadn't been able to
eat all set before us and filled our
pockets with fruit ere we departed.
Some feed. We ain't hungry yet, tho
its 12:15 a. m. and time we let up on
our readers and let ourself down on
P. S. Friday morning: Linotype
man, our most severe critic, says he
doesn't think much of this stuff. View Viewing
ing Viewing it by daylight, we don't think
much of it ourself. If we had a coupla
columns of good plate to take its
place, we would throw it away.
We are showing a splendid line of
MEN'S WOOLEN UNDERWEAR,
and the prices are very reasonable
Walkley & Bullock. 24-6t
Proof w u
Negotiable Storage Receipts Issued on Cotton, Automobiles, Etc
MOVE, PACK, SHIP
SAVE MONEY ON MEAT
Wc always handle the best tresh meat to be
had and our prices are always the lowest.
Round Steak 25c IBest Pork Chops 30c.
Loin Steak 30c Pork Sausage 25c
Stew Meat 15c.
Groceries, Fruit, Vcfletables, Etc
NEW YORK MEAT MARKET
J was,tfcere to mate a sketch of
ner. Luncheon was Just over, and
she was talking to a little knot of
I slid quietly Into a nearby seat, wer
National Biscuit," recalling pleas
antly my own tasty Uneeda Lunch
eon. I liked her, and I
fortably as she spoke aga
dreu's Hour like a feast. For the1
tiny toddlers there is a varied
menu, sometimes Uneeda Biscuit
women. The first words I heard, aimd milk, sometimes Graham Cracks
rs. Oatmeal Crackers or Lunch Bis-
bult. This is changed ou jecial
occasions to Old Time Sugar Cook-
tXewtons and, rarest of
ill," there"" are days when we had
ce cream and Nabisco, and those
vere our party days.
;,fli o nil t m.1 1 r I i ii T r IS JUSt &
.Tetrmtnfct iYtmrrrssxrvvtk us happily.
v- J. -sJZ
iwl alL and made us sure they
'zym coming every day for
1 both know we must ieetl
fL "-jildren, as we must
r"'. If a would
the door of vour
dining room as close as your own kitchen :the
matchless facilities of the best and most whole wholesome
some wholesome bakeries in the world. Uneeda Biscuit
come to you as fresh and immaculate as
when they were taken from the oven.'
pad of p
"You see. even litt
went on. "are much like
mats. They are most lovable ana
tnost tractable after they've hafl
iiomething to eat. National Biscuit
dainties always? JDesin, xur, Chll-
"always dainty, al-"
Jtizlns as only National
Biscuit Products can be. During the
years when my babies were growing
up we never missed the Chil Children's
dren's Children's Hour with its tasty feast.
G L P M A M 9
Coffins and Caskets,
Day Phone 253 Night Phones 511 and 335 f J
L. HURST, MANAGER
Magnolia Street, Of3il k
Opposite Court House. vtula it id
YOUR CREDIT IS GOOD. "WHY PAY MOI iE"
W1KJ8TE STAE LME
LONG DISTANCE MOVING :
wai cast i
It makes no difference how badly it is broken, we ?z
can weld it as good as new at a very small cost.
Wc Also Weld Automobile FramcsiCop- ft)
per, Brass, Aluminum and: Steel.
NO JOB TOO LARGE FOR US TO HANDLE )
AUTOGENOUS WELDING & ELECTRIC CO.
H. L. WIKLE. Manager. Cor. Oklawaha Ave. Orange St. M
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OCALA EVENING STAE, frlilDAY, NOVEMfiEB 23 1919
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
Oklawaha Ave Oca la, Fla.
SALES JUMP OVER
500 PER CENT
Dr. Williams 101 Tonic Greatly in
Demand for "Flu" Treatment
While the influenza plague was
raging in October. 1918. the sales of
Dr. Williams 101 Tonic jumped over
500 per cent. Ther can be only one
reason for such a tremendous in increase;
crease; increase; and that is that Dr. Williams
101 Tonic is a correct treatment for
"Flu," LaGrippe, Chill and Cold cases,
as well as Malaria and other fevers.
Quinine, the enemy of disease germs,
ib one of the ingredients of this ef efficient
ficient efficient medicine. Magnesia is another
important chemical contained in the
tonic. It cleanses the liver and bow bowels
els bowels of accumulated poisons. Iron, the
rich blood producer, is the third. It
builds up strength, stamina and vi vitality;
tality; vitality; and strength will win against
25c. and 50c. bottles at your drug
store. Refuse all attempts to palm off
substitutes. There is only one Dr.
Williams 101 Tonic Adv. 3
Rub the chest vigorous vigorously
ly vigorously with Yel-O-P me
Croup and Pneumonia
Salve, then saturate a
piece of flannel with
the Salve. Warm it be before
fore before the fire and press
it firmly over the chest
Take a chunk of the saWe about
the size of a pea and spread it
inside the throat. If the case is
obstinate melt a bit in a spoon and
breathe it through the moth and
nose. The next morning the head,
throat and lungs will be cleared
and the soreness gone. Ask your
dealer for Yel-O-Pine Salve.
I1PAI A nPPIIPPtHPCQ
If you have any society items,
Miss Isabel Burton of Sparr is
.'pending the week in Jacksonville, at attending
tending attending the state fair.
Misses Donnie and Ola Sims visited
their home at Anthony yesterday aft afternoon,
ernoon, afternoon, taking along with them Misses
Winnie Hunt, Maude and Pearl Keeffe.
They had a very pleasant visit, re returning
turning returning late in the evening.
Tickets are on sale for the second
lyceum entertainment at Gerigs Drug
Store, Gerig's news stand and the
public library. The price of the ticket
for the Dixie-Girls is 50 cents. This
is the last week the season tickets
will be on sale. The price of all the
ether entertainments will be higher.
Now is your chance to get four de delightful
lightful delightful evenings entertainment at
the lowest price and a good seat as assured
sured assured you. The Dixie Girls, appear appearing
ing appearing in the costumes of the "GOV will
render an unique program. Watch the
papers for other announcements.
The many friends of Mr. Horace
Whetstone will regret to hear that he
is ill at the Ocala House.
Jbnaay, za: jrauime rreaenca. ia
i "Peace of Roaring River." Interna Interna-!
! Interna-! tional News.
Saturday, 29: Lewis Stone in MA
Man's Desire," and a comedy, "Merry
I Tuesday, 25: Madaline Traverse in
"Splendid Sin." International News.
Wednesday, 26: "Come Along,
Thursday, 27: Theda Bara in "A
RED CROSS MEETING
There will be a meeting of the Mar Mar-:on
:on Mar-:on County Chapter, American Red
; Cross, on Wednesday, Dec. 3rd, at 11
! a m. at the Board of Trade rooms,
; for the purpose of electing officers for
the ensuing year. All members are
uiged to attend.
Mrs. John H. Taylor, Sec'y.
AT CHRISTMAS TIME
Make your gifts personal ones.
j Photographs will solve a lot of prob prob-J
J prob-J lems for the busy man. As gifts they
are always appreciated. Make the
appointment as soon as possible.
Eugene A. Revels, Photographer.
Over Fishel's Store, Ocala, Fla. 12t
Mr. and Mrs. Howard Walters, Mrs.
S. T. Sistrunk, Miss Margaret Walters
and Mr. Bethel Gallagher were a con congenial
genial congenial party hunting game around
The name Virginia has been given
to the lovely little daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. C. C. Balkcom. She was
named for her mother.
Miss Sara Pearl Martin and Mr. W.
M. Martin motored to Gainesville yes yesterday
terday yesterday for the dance last night. Miss
Martin will return home tomorrow,
but Mr. Martin will go on to Jackson Jacksonville
ville Jacksonville for a few days.
Mr. J. W. Purvis' many friends are
glad to see him out after a short illness.
Cherry Bark Cough Syrup will give
you instant relief. Sold in Ocala only
at Gerig's Drug Store. 18-tf
Mrs. E. G. Peek and two children
and nurse motored to Williston this
morning to spend the day with relatives.
Mr. Frank Harris Jr. returned last
night from Jacksonville and Gaines Gainesville,
ville, Gainesville, having attended the fair for a
few days at the former place, and
stopped in Gainesville for the football
H. H. 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-lm
Miss Nellie Stevens, the competent
health instructor for the schools of
Lake county, spent Thanksgiving in
the city with her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Isaac Stevens.
We have a large assortment of In In-gersol
gersol In-gersol Watches. Get the boy one for
C-iristmas. Gerig's Drug Store. 18-tf
Mr. and Mrs. Mack Taylor, who
vvere married in Jacksonville yester yesterday,
day, yesterday, returned last night on the mid midnight
night midnight train. They have been kept
busy all day receiving congratula congratulations
tions congratulations and good wishes. For the pres present
ent present they have rooms at the residence
oi Dr. and Mrs. E. Van Hood.
Goldenacre Paper Shell Pecan Nuts
for sale at Gerig's Drug Store in one
and four-pound boxes. 21-tf
Ocala Chapter, O. E. S., will hold
memorial services at the new Masonic
hall next Sunday afternoon, Nov. 30,
at three o'clock.
Isabelle "Wesson W. M.
Captain T. H. Johnson is able to be
out again after a week's illness.
Mr. and Mrs. Ueorge Blitch and son,
Master Hardy Croom, of Williston,
were visitors to the city yesterday.
Mr. and Mrs. Blitch were driving a
handsome new six-cylinder Velie car,
purchased a week ago in Gainesville.
If you need a Hot Water Bottle, be
sure and get one of those bargains at
Gerig's Drug Store, $1.69 special
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Rheinauer,
after a several weeks stay in the city
at their home on Fort King avenue,
returned to their Lake Weir home to today
day today for an indefinite period.
Rye, rape and oats. Get our prices
before buying. The Ocala Seed
A pretty line of SILK SHIRTS for
the holiday trade, but the stock is
limited. Bought at right prices and
sold the same way. Get yours now.
Walkley & Bullock. 24-6t
Mr. and Mrs. Youmans and son,
prominent residents of Marietta, O.,
are in the city, stopping at the Florida
House. They are contemplating
spending the winter in Florida and
Ocala will be delighted to have them
Yesterday Miss Lyndal Mathews at
her home south of town entertained at
an elegant Thanksgiving dinner hon honoring
oring honoring the following young ladies,
Misses Eugenia Fuller, Elizabeth Ben Bennett
nett Bennett and Mary Lane.
Rye, rape and oats. Get our prices
before buying. Ocala Seed Store, tf
Mrs. E. B. Green returned Tuesday
from Tampa, accompanied by her
niece and nephew, Tillie and Edward
Moyers, who will be her guests until
their mother returns from her visit
with her son, George, at Annapolis.
Have you treated the folks at home
to a surprise? Just carry home a fam family
ily family oyster stew and see how they will
enjoy it. Be sure and get it at Hun Hunter's.
ter's. Hunter's. 25-2t
BARGAINS IN USED CARS
One 1917 Little Six Buick, in A-l
One 1917 Studebaker truck.
Three Ford cars, good shape.
Phone 348. AUTO SALES CO.,
26-6t Mack Taylor, Ocala, Fla.
TO AUTO OWNERS
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
1 :35 pm
Ta m pa-Manatee -St.
Tfc.ni pa-is t. Petersburg
ATLANTIC COAST LINE RAILROAD
2:12 pm J'cksonvllle-New York 3:15am.
45 pm. J'ksonville-G'lnesville 3:25 pm.
42 am. J'ksonvllle-G'neaville 10:13 pm.
15 am. St. Pet'sbrg-Lakeland 2:12 am.
35 pm St. Pet'sburgr-Lakeland 1:25 pm
1U am. "uunuenon-w iicux
40 am. Du'nellon-L kelaud
25 Dm. Homosassa
10:13 pm. Leesbur?
a -45 pm. Gainesville
Monday. Wednesday, Friday.
Tuxday. Thursday. Saturday
A large shipment of Waterman's
Ideal Fountain Pens just in at Gerig's
Drug Store. 18-tf
The marriage of Miss Roberta
Chambers and Mr. Hugh Stanley
Frice was quietly solemnized yester yesterday
day yesterday afternoon at 4:30 o'clock at the
home of the brides' parents, Mr. and
Mrs. W. J. Chambers, No. 216 Cedar
avenue, Rev. L. M. Broyles officiating,
and the wedding guests numbered
only the relatives and a few intimate
friends. Tampa Tribune.
Mrs. Price was born in Marion
: county, at the home of her father,
! Mr. W. J. Chambers at Orange Lake,
iand passed some years of her little
! girlhood in Ocala. She has always
ikept a sunny place in the hearts of
jlier Marion county friends.
All customers of Federal Bread are
satisfied customers. Ask them. 20-tf
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.
I am now prepared to renovate your
mattresses, pillows, etc. Call phone
112. Corner Oklawaha avenua and
Orange street, just west of Frank's
store, tf J. E. DREW.
DODGE DELIVERY TRUCK
For sale at a bargain, light Dodge
delivery truck or wacron with com-
! plete top and curtains. Good tires and
; otherwise in first class condition Ap-
ply at Maxwell Agency, Ocala. 26-6t
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Chazal and
baby are now making their home
; with the latter's parents, Mr. and Mrs.
jj. R. Dewey on Sanchez street. The
' house that they formerly occupied on
i South Second street was leased from
Mrs. M. D. Juhan, who with her
daughter, Mrs. Allie Van Davis, will
shortly move into it.
The Ocala Exchange & Hide Com Company
pany Company is paying 8 cents a pound or $2
a bushel for peanuts. 19-6t
i W. K. Lane, M. D., Physician and
! Surgeon, specialist Eye, Ear, Nose and
Throat. Law Library Building, Ocala,
' Florida. tf
Speedy and Comfortable J
Cars at All Hours Z
Call 74 Home 4 OTyi ;
Phone iTt Phone lWi
"The Fashion Center"
With Thankgiving over and Christmas just
around the corner, the time has come to test
this, Store's-ability to serve you efficiently and
i 1 w
A store that can maintain its same high
standards of value giving and courteous service,
even, through the stress of extraordinary heavy
selling, certainly merits your confidence and
Merry: making and presenting of gifts will
soon occupy much of your time. And how can
one ; better prepare for festivities of any sort
than visiting the Store where all that is ap ap-propriate
propriate ap-propriate and desirable in high-grade merchan merchan-dise
dise merchan-dise invites selection at moderate prices.
While we are prepared for active selling and
good many stocks are bound to become more
or less depleted as Christmas approaches, that's
why w.e advocate early shopping.
Your Coming is Waiting
F r a nk s
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j eOUARTElS j ANNOUNCEMENT
1 jlOP S We are now prepared to give demonstrations
5 Goodyear in the popular
, Kertptfieid : CRIPPS BOOTH IX
S Mlcltelln and I to show its many new and striking features.
: 0100' : NEEDHAM BROTHERS
S TlreS Qlld TtlbeS Z Opposite Harrington Hall HoteL Phone 193
CT o a z -; .. :;
: rWSMWJ.J If Everything Was As
S Cheap As Our Ice
S (ftf Alf A AHFIMft Rr Z The cost of living would be as low as it was in the good old days.
HJ HnliUrll raUJ & tU. I No use woriyJag, howerer, because it isn't that waj. Be clad that
2 " Z' Ice is helping to keep down the cost of liTin?, besides giriiig you
CIO better food and a greater variety of it than yocr grandfather's faxa-
"'I cata Hc2 & PaicMiiicjj CDo
Stop! Have you tried Federal Bread,
the "beat bread hi tho world." : 20-tf
The Star is an advertising- medium thru which yon can reach Ocala peopla.
OCALA EVENING STAR, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 28, 1919
TOR SALE Fine buggy mare and
harness. Would exchange for good
milk cow. Apply Room 5, Masonic
Bldg.,from 12 to 1:30 p. m. 28-6t
FOR SALE Maxwell touring car;
good top and in good mechanical con condition.
dition. condition. Price $250. Apply to Dixie
Highway Garage, West Broadway,
Ocala, Fla. 25-3t
FOR SALE Furniture to completely
furnish five roms, including gas range
and sewing machine. Phone 332. 25-3t
WANTED Second hand riding sad sad-dle.
dle. sad-dle. Must be in good condition. J. W.
Durrance, P. O. Box 542. Ocala. 26-6t
FOR SALE Two desirable residences
adjoining one of the best streets of j
the city, close in and modern conven conveniences.
iences. conveniences. Half cash, 'balance in one,
two and three years, if desired. Ad Ad-dress
dress Ad-dress Box 69, Ocala, Fla. 24-6t
FURNITURE, ETC. I buy and sell
j,econd hand furniture. Experts put it
in good condition before re-selling.
Repair sewing machines, lawn mow mowers,
ers, mowers, enamelware, etc. J. W. Hunter,
310, 312, 314 South Main St. 23-tf
WANTED At once, 10,000 bushels
of 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. H. J.
FOR SALE Nice residence in good
neighborhood. Bargain at $3800. Easy
terms. Apply to P. O. Box 575. 6-m
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 Flor-ida.
ida. Flor-ida. 29-lm
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'a Wood Yard. 15-tf
FARMERS AND TRUCK GROWERS
should use PHOSLIME in connection
v-ith other fertilizers which they are
now using. Call on the John Dozier
Company, Ocala, for the PHOSLIME
booklet and information how to use
PilOSLIME to the best advantage,
and 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
rsew England and the Northern
states. Try this home product and
save money ,and increase your profits.
FOR SALE (Wood Cut to Order.)
Reduce the high cost of keeping com comfortable
fortable comfortable this winter by buying your
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
39 M. C. P. Howell, Ocala. 4-m
Of Application for Tax Deed Under
Section 8, Chapter 4888,
Laws of Florida
Notice is hereby given that Peter
B. Perry, purchaser of tax certificate
No. 1132. dated the 4th day of June,
1917, has filed said certificate in my
office, and has made application for
tax deed to issue in accordance with
law. Said certificate embraces the
following described property situated
in Marion county, Florida, to-wit:
Sw of se Sec 28 Tp 17 S R 22.
The said land being assessed at the
date of issuance of such certificate in
the name of R. J. Perry.
Unless said certificate shall be re redeemed
deemed redeemed according to law, tax deed
will issue thereon the
15th day of December, A. D. 1919.
Witness my official signature and
seal this the 14th day of November,
A D. 1919.
(Seal) P. H. Nugent,
Clerk Circuit Court, Marion County,
Save your SUGAR and sweeten
your coffee with Saccharin Tablets.
Only 35 cents the hundred at Gerig's
Drug tSore. 18-tf
You will be charmed with the
Second Lyceum Entertainment
The Pixie GM
Belles of i860
Stories, Folk Songs and Music
of the old Southland in Costumes
Monday, December 1st
At Eight O'clock
Tickets on sale at Gerig's News Stand, Gerig's Drug Store and the
Admission Fifty Cents
i Tnmnrrnw Koincr tVio '-fifth Vfpplr
there will be no meeting of the Wom Woman's
an's Woman's Club.
Mrs. Lester Lucas' many friends
will be grieved to learn of her illness.
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Camp have re returned
turned returned home from a visit to Savannah
Mrs. B. F. Condon, one of Ocala's
most accomplished musicians, is the
pianist at the Temple until Mrs. Les Lester
ter Lester Lucas recuperates from her ill
Mr. B. Goldman returned last
night from Jacksonville, where he at attended
tended attended the meeting of the Shriners
and viewed the state fair. Mr. Gold Goldman
man Goldman says the fair was immense and
the meeting of the Shriners, at which
a number of Ocala Masons were in initiated,
itiated, initiated, a most interesting occasion.
Mrs. W. D. Turnley returned to her
home at Fort Meade Tuesday, after a
pleasant vist of a week at the home
of her sister, Mrs. E. T. Helvenston.
Miss Maude Lillian Little left the
first of the week for Trenton to spend
Thanksgiving and the remainder of
the week with her sister, Mrs. Clifton
Mr. and Mrs. D. E. Mclver arrived
yesterday afternoon from Rochester,
Minn. It will be good news to Mrs.
Mclver's many friends to know that
her stay at the Mayo Bros, sanitar sanitarium
ium sanitarium was very beneficial.
The latest patterns in MEN'S
NECKWEAR at extremely moderate
prices. Bought especially for the holi holiday
day holiday trade. Walkley & Bullock. 24-6t
It is reported from Jacksonville that
Marion county tqok the second prize
at the state fair, Escambia taking
A chain is only as strong .fue
as its weakest link. Your iPjfSStee
eyes may be the weak
link in your chain of ef-g sec
DR. K. J. WEIHE,
Optometrist and Optician.
- Burns. Cuts. Stings. Bites, Eczema
and other forms of skin eruption are
immediately soothed, disinfected and
quickly vanish when you use
Keep it on your shelf for emergencies.
Ask your dealer fr it.
eVOVvre Co., M auGST"
Careful Estimates made on all Coc
tract work. Gives More and Better
Work for the Money than any other
contractor in the city.
Calling General City Election for De December
cember December Oth, 1910
WHEREAS, .The charter of the city
of Ocala and laws of said city enacted
in pursuance of said charter provide
for a general election to be held in said
city on the second Tuesday in Decem December
ber December of the year 1917 and 'bl-ennially
thereafter for the election of officers
of said city; and,
WHEREAS, It Is provided by said
charter that an election for the office
of mayor and the offices of council men
for the second and fourth wards of said
city shall be held on the second Tues Tuesday
day Tuesday in December of this year; and,
WHEREAS, Pursuant to ordinance
of said city in the premises the city
council of the city of Ocala has passed
a resolution calling: upon me as mayor
of said city to issue a proclamation
calling such election, and In such res resolution
olution resolution did name the clerks and Inspec Inspectors
tors Inspectors of such election;
NOW. THEREFORE, By virtue of
the authority reposed in me by law -as
-mayor of the city of Ocala, and pur pursuant
suant pursuant to the resolution of the city
council aforesaid, I do hereby proclaim
and declare, a general election in and
for the city of Ocala to toe held on
Tuesday, the 9th Day of December, A.
at the regular voting places hi aald
city, as provided by law, for the offices
of mayor and councilmen for the second
and fourth wards of the city of Ocala,
Florida, and in such election the fol-
NOTICE TO SCOUTS
The pillau will be held at the arm armory
ory armory instead of in the woods. Be on
hand at 7:30 o'clock.
OCALA STOCK YARDS
We advise strongly against move movement
ment movement of any hogs next week, as mar market
ket market is unsettled and lowering. If, how however,
ever, however, you have to move hogs before
Christmas, just as well let them go ns
we look for a further decline in price.
OCALA STOCK YARDS.
BACK FROM THE FIELDS
(From the Weekly Star, Nov. 27.)
Editor Star: As most of my talks
through the Star have been based on
Star figures and statements then "B"
must have had the apple and gave it
to "A" regardless of its state of pres preservation.
ervation. preservation. Your argument is good con
sidering the side you are on, but you
get out int the "fields and valleys" too
often. You argue that interest is low
enough at 8 per cent, in answer to the
mere statement that the rate is 8 per
cent in small amounts and so on.
(Wrong, Brother Stuart; we think it
entirely too high; would borrow it at
0 per cent if we could. Editor). Then
it is so hard to get you to catch a
point that I sometimes fear the elec election
tion election will come off before I get you
converted. (It surely will. Editor).
Now take your Coin Harvey injection.
I stated silver was quoted last week
at $1.30 and it was true, and you
wanted me to go buy some silver dol dollars.
lars. dollars. "(We notice you haven't bought
them yet. Editor). Cotton was quot quoted
ed quoted this week at 35c. If you'll buy me a
hundred suits of cotton pajamas for
$35 I'll give you $40 for 'em. Same
thing. (That would not get us any anywhere
where anywhere we don't use pajamas; we
sleep in our bvds. Editor). Cotton is
rot quoted per pajamas but per pound.
Silver is quoted per ounce. About Coin
Haryj&ytime it fluctuated between 60
and 70 cents. (Yes, Brother Stuart;
the darn stuff has fluctuated since
Methuselah was in primary school;
that's why civilized nations use the
gold standard. Editor). You say
when one attempts to measure finan
cial affairs by his own it is different
from measuring it in seven figures
since property owners contribute their
own affairs to make up the seven
figures it is a pretty safe proposition
for them to learn how to measure the
connection of the seven figures with
their own affairs before undertaking
to bond for seven figures. (That's
what we have been trying to get you
to do. Brother Stuart, but we are
afraid you are what the boys back
from the war call a "dud." Editor).
In this you spoke the truth: "We don't
know Friend Stuart, what the cost of
maintaining the. new roads will be;
neither do you." Suppose we try
working it out by algebra. (Better
try to work it out with road machin machinery.
ery. machinery. Editor). Let X equal the un unknown
known unknown quantity. (Not us; we would as
soon try to saw a rainbow into stove stove-wood.
wood. stove-wood. Editor). If our present rock
roads are going to the bow-wows on
65,000 a year and it takes a bond is issue
sue issue to save them, what would it cost
to maintain these roads and the addi additional
tional additional rock, gravel and clay roads pro proposed
posed proposed and keep them from going to
smash too? I figure it $130,000 and
more bonds, what do you get? (We
haven't got anything up to date but a
headache, trying to follow your line
of reasoning. Editor).
Your last paragraph: "Marion coun county
ty county must pay her share of state and
federal taxes that will go to build bet
ter roads, and unless she bonds for
roads she will not receive one cent in
return, did you ever think of that,
Friend Stuart?" Yes. Friend Editor,
and expressed the thoughts in the be beginning
ginning beginning of these articles. Since then
my "attention has been called to the
following; page 93, Acts of the Florida
"Section 1. From and after the
passage of this act it shall be lawful
for the board of county commission commissioners
ers commissioners of Marion county, Florida, to bor borrow
row borrow a, sum or sums of money equal to
the total amount of state aid received
by said county from the state of Flor Florida
ida Florida or the United States" during the
calendar years of 1919 and 1920 un
der the provisions of Chapter 7328,
Laws of Florida, approved May 19th,
"Sec. 2. Said board of county -com
missioners for the purpose set out in
Section 1 are hereby authorized to is issue
sue issue warrants or scrip of said county
payable not more than four years
fiom date, bearing not more than 6
per cent, interest."
(You can't get away from the fact
that Marion county must pay her
: share of taxes, bonds or no bonds,
I roads or no roads. The Lord deliver
us from scrip we've seen it tried. It
fluctuates worse than silver. Editor).
I don't believe in making the tail
wag an overgrown dog. Each proposi proposition,
tion, proposition, state roads and county roads,
uhould be decided upon its own merits.
, I don't think either should be hedged
:vith "riders" to make it go through.
I'll tell you another thing, I'm foolish
enough to believe in the submission of
local legislative enactments to ratifi ratification.
cation. ratification. I believe in putting things up
to the voters fair and square and not
hedged about by the assurance that if
you don't take this medicine you won't
get any sugar. George Stuart.
(Goodbye, Brother Stuart thanks
for all the fun we've had with you.
(jig Grafanola, and
rj ycai. uui line
; Grafanola from
i of Records always on hand. If desired we can
. give terms. Come in and let us demonstrate
lowing: named persons will act as of officers,
ficers, officers, respectively, of such election,
For Dallot Box Marked A to L
Clerk: P. W. Ditto.
Inspectors: H. A. Davies, Albert O.
Harriss, Jno. T. Moore.
For Ilallot Box Marked M to Z
Clerk: E. W. Clements.
Inspetcors: T. D. Lancaster. Jr.. J.
Prank Hall, Frank Gates.
IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have
hereunto set my hand as mayor of the
city of Ocala, Florida, this the 6th day
of November, A. D. 1919.
J. E. CHACE,
Mayor of the City of Ocala,
Attest: H. C. SISTRUNK,
(Seal) City Clerk. ll-7-5t frl
Renolutlon Adopted by the Doard of
County CommlMloneri of Marlon
County, Florida, at Their Meeting
Held October 14, 1910.
WHEREAS, The Board of County
Commissioners of Marlon county, Flor Florida,
ida, Florida, deem It expedient and to the -best
interests of said county to issue the
county bonds of Marion county, Flor Florida,
ida, Florida, for the purpose of constructing
paved, macadamized or other hard
NOW, THEREFORE. BE IT RE RESOLVED,
SOLVED, RESOLVED, That this board does hereby
determine by this resolution to be en entered
tered entered In the minutes of said board that
the amount of bonds required for the
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 five per
cent per annum, payable semi-annually,
the first interest payment being due
six months after the date of said
bonds: that said bonds shall be datea
January 1, 1920; that said bonds shall
be in the denomination or one Thou
sand 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 be due and
payable fifteen years from their date;
750 of said bonds shall be due and
payable 20 years from their date.
I HEREBY CERTIFY that the fore foregoing
going foregoing is a true and correct copy of the
resolution which it purports to be,
adopted by the Board of County Com Commissioners
missioners Commissioners of Marion county, at their
session held in the Marion county court
house October 14th, 1919.
WITNESS my hand this October 15th,
(Seal) P. H. NUGENT.
10-17-8t Clerk of Said Board.
NOTICE OF ELECTION
Notice is hereby given that in pur pursuance
suance pursuance of a resolution adopted toy the
Board of County Commissioners of
Marion county, Florida, at their meet meeting
ing meeting this day held, there will be held in
Marion county, Florida, on the
2nd Day of December, 1919,
an election to determine whether or
not county bonds of Marlon county,
Florida, in the amount of One Million.
J. H. Spencer
THE OCALA GAS 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.
OCALA GAS ENGINE WORKS
SPENCER & PEDRICK, Proprietors.
" When Better Automobiles Are Built buick Will Build Them
IVs Not Too Early to Think
bring more joy into your home'
its pleasures last thru every day
i: nuw cuuiuicic, anu wc xii zuyyiy x
$27.50 to.$250. A complete lino
'Why Pay More"
Five Hundred Thousand ($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. 1920; shall bear
five per cent per annum interest from
their date, interest payable semi semiannually;
annually; semiannually; that the said bonds shall be
of the 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 be due and
payable fifteen years from their date;
750 of said bonds shall be due and
payable twenty years from their date,
according to the terms of the resolu resolution
tion resolution aforf-said.
Dated October 14th, 1919.
BOARD OF COUNT' COMMISSION COMMISSIONERS
ERS COMMISSIONERS OF MARION COUNTY, FLORIDA.
By O. H. ROGERS, Chairman.
Attest: P. IL NUGENT. Clerk. 17-8t
M T ICE
The Board of County Commissioners
at its meeting November 5th, appoint
ed the following persons as Inspector
and clerks to serve at the bond election
of December 2nd. 1919. viz:
Prerlnct .No. 1 Orala
Box A to iM: F. V. Ditto. L. IL Cha-
zal. L. M. -Murray, inspectors; W. T.
Box M to Z: R. Rogers, W. U Col-
"bert, K. A. Mobley, inspectors; L. T.
Precinct No. S Ileddlck
J C. Dupree, B. O. Webb, C. M. Cam.
inspectors; L. S. Light, clerk.
Precinct No. 3 Fleming on
IL W. Nettles. J. M. Smith, Joab
Dantzler. Inspectors; C. IL Gray, clerk.
Precinct No. 4 Cotton Plant
Newcomb Barco. A. W. Woodward.
J D. Williams, inspectors; C. R. Veal,
Precinct No. o Romeo
A. J. Markham. W. H. Guilfoyle, T.
V.. Hxitchins, inspectors; T. F. Morgan,
Precinct No. O Camp Ixsard
F. H. Miller, Leonard Redding, W. W
Jordan, Inspectors; IL A. Ross, clerk.
Precinct No. 7 Shady
J M. Goin. Fred Buhl. F. C. Barnes, in
spectors; S. 11. Pyles. clerk.
Prrrlnct No. K Summerfleld
J. E. Branch. C. P. Davis, J. D. Proc Proctor
tor Proctor inspectors; A. D. Mitchell, clerk.
Precinct No. 0 Lake Weir
J. B. Martin, Robert Martin. J. T.
Iwis. inspectors; W. E. McGahagln.
Precinct o. 10 Mown T!Iuff
11. P. Griggs. G. A. Waters. Oliver
Fort, inspectors; Jeff Martin, clerk.
Precinct No. 11 Graham tIHc
I. I. Stevens T. W. Randall. E. L
Mills, inspectors; L B. Griggs, clerk.
Precinct No. lZi Salt SpriuKM
W. P. Williamson. Albert Brewer.
William Brinson, Inspetcors; W. S
Precinct No. 13 Fort MeCoy
A. O. Harper, J. Grantham, J. W.
Acetylene Welding Our
and Osceola St,
Stephens, inspectors; W. 5. Priest,
Precinct -o. 1 1 Oranicc Sprlaga
W. F. Jordan. Ai I Wimberly. J. B.
Hall, inspectors; G. P. Rast. clerk.
Precinct t. 1 LInadale
E. I. Drawdy, C. A. McCraney. J. J.
Hawkins, inspectors; C. A. Vaughn,
Precinct .No. 1(1 CI Ira
E L Wartmann. Robert Shortridge.
C. W. Driver, inspectors; W T. Du Dupree,
pree, Dupree, clerk.
Precinct No. 17 Anthony
II. E. Talton. A. IL Griffin, IL O.
Lamb, inspectors; W. C. Credle, clerk.
Precinct No. IS Martin
J. II. Knoblock. John Rein. F. M.
Vinton, inspetcors; N. J. Townsend.
Precinct u. 10 Stanton
W. C. Black. E. B. Lytle. Milton Al Al-bcrtson,
bcrtson, Al-bcrtson, inspectors; J. M. Douglass,
Precinct No. 2 Illllchton
L. T. Hendrix, B. It. Blltch, J. "W.
Coulter, inspectors; Landis Blitch,
Precinct o. 21 nellevlew
IM. IViot, iave tSanley, Joe Wlilse Wlilse-nant.
nant. Wlilse-nant. Inspectors; O. M. Gale, clerk.
Precinct No. 22 Mclntoh
W. K. Christian. E. V. Rush. W. R.
Brown. inspectors; I T. Hickoon.
Precinct 23 Pedro
It. J. Perry. J. C. Perry. Robert Shaw,
li-.pectorx; AL M. Proctor, clerk.
Precinct o. 21 Uunnellon
W. V. KniKlit. J. J. Turner. J. M.
Rarksdale, inspectors; C. E. Hood,
Precinct No. 25 Candler
J. N. Marshall. H. W. Baxter. Albert
-McClain, inspectors; J. H. Mathews,
Precinct No. 20 Sparr
A. J. Stephens, J. L. Grantham, Wil Wilbur
bur Wilbur Pasteur inspectors; W. Luff man,
Precinct No. 27 Rureka
II. D. Matthews. John it. H uerh. J.
N. Brinson. inspectors; G. B. Parra Parra-nre,
nre, Parra-nre, clerk.
Precinct No. 2S-Lrvon
L. J. Dinkwertz. W. J. Piatt. Will
Proctor, inspetcors; T. W. Barnett,
Precinct No. 20 Kendrlrk
W. V. Chappell, G. A. Camp. B. A.
Webb, Inspetcors; J. .T. Guthery, clerk.
Precinct No. SO Mart el
D. A. Walker, James F. Kemp, B. L
Pryermuth, inspectors; P. Inigpen.
Precinct No. 31 Fairfield
I K. Edwards, B. S. Jennings, J. A,
Jones, inspectors; M. L. Payne, clerk.
Precinct No. 32 Geljrer
H. 11. Harroll. W. 1. Whlttinton. P.
Ratterree, inspectors; A. J. Wyche,
Precinct No. 33 Kmathla
Ed. Weathers, V. B. Potts. S. W.
Curry, inspectors. R. W. Ferguson,
O. H. ROGERS. Chairman.
Attest: P. II. NUGENT. Clerk.
By T. D. Lancaster, Jr., Deputy.
W. R. Pedrick
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