The Ocala evening star

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Title:
The Ocala evening star
Uniform Title:
Ocala Evening Star
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Evening star
Star
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v. : ; 61 cm.
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English
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Porter & Harding
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Ocala, Fla.
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Newspapers -- Marion County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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United States -- Florida -- Marion -- Ocala
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29.187778 x -82.130556 ( Place of Publication )

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Began in 1895; ceased in 1943.
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Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 5 (June 24, 1895).
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EVENING

STAR

OCALA, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 5, 1919.
VOL 26. SO. 22 0
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SIZING UP THE

SITUATION
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KgHtftg f th GkMrt tor 11 efee : sixtent rumor in the tek ezcr.ane Atjura wi .wrs raJ and;
tHi tonrAtit ealUd fey Secretary this nwrr.xn tht th ggprem eots&nl ILtcheock at 2: this afternxm to;

pnnUUttV v'n on th& Mexican f An ofcldal annoanMnt that Field
quetiOTi. AltfcmJgh prrirat adyieeh,.raj Vi'i!on fcac to ParU in
titjiUtA here yeUrfa7 Carrarr- j, -f? an ur;-r.t mrnrno.x to
za wai preparing to reply to thLrrjy5t Mara ha I fVA in eoKnec eoKnec-lUtt
lUtt eoKnec-lUtt American note, terewin th n w;t'n .k teace treat-. U re-

rf;te?tt for ienMm release, Jttatj
Ifarimer.t oftcUiU zu tA&y they had
received ni onkial information on the
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LOCAL LEGISLATION
The city council hM itx regular
meeting TaeiuJay at 8 p, m. Meeting
tilled to order by the present. Mem Mem-Lert
Lert Mem-Lert present A, A. Winer, E. A, Os Osborne,
borne, Osborne, D, E Mclver,
It w ordered that the city's note
with the three barikx le renewed and
Interftt paid on wme.
Complain of J, F. Hall on account
of odor arising from the city's septic
tank near his residence wan read and
referred to the city attorney.
Report of City Health Officer Watt
rd &nd accepted.
Matter Of continuing the Western
Union clock at fire station left in the
hahds of Councilman Winer.
Proposition of Mr, Meffert to fur fur-hbh
hbh fur-hbh city lime rock at 25c, per load
Wan tefcrted V Mr, Winer to take up
-with MrvMeiTert and have a definite
understanding about name.
It wa orderrd that the city street
fttperinttndent repair Oklawaha ave avenue
nue avenue and the Hllver Hprintot road, it
feeing the sene of the council that
-jth'i proposal of the county to furnish
men (or operating tractor and sup sup-plbs
plbs sup-plbs for said work at cost, be accept accepted,
ed, accepted, Work to be done under Kupervii Kupervii-ioil
ioil Kupervii-ioil of street superintendent.
Head of department of public safe safety
ty safety Was authorized to have necenary
rtrpairs made In city court room to
yut samn in good condition.
1 City Manager Martin was requested
d get up data in regard to another
ftit for the light plant and report
Ik me to council at next meeting.
j ft wa ordered that salary of L. U.
McT&nuie, day engineer at the light
and water plant, be rained to $140 per
month.
Council thereupon adjourned.
CMAHHUP AT CRYSTAL SPRINGS
tongiru4r Lord of the Seaboard was
Burned to Death Under
His Engine
Crystal Springs, Dec. 4. Careless Carelessness
ness Carelessness on the part of a tlngtnan on the
rear end of rxtin Seaboard freight
No. 7!1! running from Plant City to
Jacknoi. ville, or the failure of Engi Engineer
neer Engineer (J. U. Ixrd, piloting extra
f 1 eight No. frr from Tampa to Jack Jacksonville,
sonville, Jacksonville, to see the danger signal, cost
the eng'neer his lifu and wrecked the
train. Fire broke 01ft in the tangled
wieckage almost immediately follow following
ing following the finnnh, and Engineer I-nl
was bui'ned to death while rescue
worKcrt within a few feet of him,
listened to his groans and strove to
extricate him. Tampa Tribune.
Remember that the famous Eaftall
arch-protecting shoe,- once Dr. Edi Edison's
son's Edison's Cushion Shoe, can only be had
at Llttlu's Shoe Parlor. r-(Jt
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ARGUMENT
L'fcl Gersiasj Hiara Protocol
AUi Will Oeespy Frank-
frjrt and En
the
s,rA'.x h. There was
A Germznr that u.n!ni th
filial :
Af:ti VtT7A were azrA Xn allied
Jtroopn would occnipy Jv?i atui i
t Frankfort.
. rVlV5:f.fT
l arded fey the new?
UomiieruMe tlxmfic
xpaper
here with
jnificance.
ONLY
1I1ING THEY
STAND
UNDER-
Pari, Dec. o. Coercion i the only

argument Lkely to make an impres-j Houston, Texas, Dec 5 State o5k o5k-sion
sion o5k-sion uron the Germarw and induce Ujd&y receiVfcd a report of a raid
ternto sign the reace treaty protocol, b Mexican bandits on a store near
soroing V Jead;nff newspapers, ."'the Urder in Zapata county. The! re
declared this was the conclusion iport saifJ the owner wa3 after

eached a the secret session of the
council of five yexterday, which ilar ilar-Lhal
Lhal ilar-Lhal Foch attended.
GERMANY MAY BACK DOWN
The Paris Parisien says that Ger Germany
many Germany considers she has gone too far
and an unofficial note from Berlin has
been received announcing that new ne negotiators
gotiators negotiators will soon leave for Versail Versailles
les Versailles PROTEST REACHED PARIS
Germany's reply to the allied note
protesting aaginst Germany's arma armament
ment armament increase has reached Paris, ac
cording to the Temps.
FOR THE BENEFIT
OF SCANDALMONGERS
Editor Star: Please allow me space
to make the following statement for
the benefit of the CLASS mentioned
i i the above caption.
For weeks and even months there
ur, been rolled under the infamous
tongues of meddlesome and peace de destroying
stroying destroying people a statement to the ef effect
fect effect that a number of prominent
members of the Methodist church in
Ocala, including myself, have been ex expelled
pelled expelled from the church by its present
pastor, Rev. Smith Hardin.
1 confess I am tired answering
questions about this matter and take
this method of saying to all these
"busybodies" that the statement is an
INFAMOUS AND SLANDEROUS
LIE, and that the one who took the
initiatory in this matter is an UN
QUALIFIED LIAR. I may also add
that those who DELIGHT in the pro propagation
pagation propagation of huch slanderous matters
must inevitably share in the guilt of
the manufacturer.
if any one wishes to see me about
this article, I can be found at my
place of business at any time from
7':J0 a. m. till G :.() p. m.
Youry, in defence of myself and
brethren, M. M. Little.
To All Whom It May Concern
I heieby state most emphatically
iiiai no mcmoer 01 my cnurcn nan
been expelled from it. Nor has any

riember been put on trial for any of- .Strctchihg -for blocks behind, a
j i.se ainc 1 have been pastor of the)uoUK colorful, mass, crowned with

i
church in Ocala.
Finned:
Pastor of the
Ocala.
Smith Hardin,
Mcthcdist Church
in
A manicui't: set mnkes
Christmas gift. See cur
Court Pharmacy.
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PROOF THAT RED

PROPAGANDA
la Bein IUrraiaated by Mexiran
Ajftat ia America JVill be Put
hi Erjdetiee
vr Fall ar.r.o-r.cc-
Ai3ilA
acrr.
. fter the tfdHtnr.tH he --arosld rrake
cr..;c ine ei-Ofeftce en n.fl ne caej
h! charsrei in the Senate that the
circulating: i
Senators F2.Il and Hitehock were ;
sj&mfed a co nirsittes yesterday ty the ;
;ier.ate foreign relations committee to i
corJtr with the president and seek his j
-irwii on the resolution of Mr. Fall re-;
quetts the president to sever dip!o- j
mat:c relations vntn tne 3le!can gov-.
eminent.
BANDITS RAIDED
OVER THE BORDER
which the place, was looted and the
bandits tied across the border. The
report came from a Texas ranger of of-Ificer.
Ificer. of-Ificer. TOMORROW IS CIRCUS DAY

a per- Waahinjrtca, Dec. 5- President

The Spark3 circu3 will be here to-!an
.

morrow. I wo long railroad trains
vill bring the picturesque invaders;
through densely crowded streets the
morning parade will measure its gay
and glamorous passage. Perform Performances
ances Performances will be given afternoon and
night. Midnight will witness the
breaking of the great tented encamp encampment
ment encampment and the departure to St. Peters Petersburg,
burg, Petersburg, where they exhibit Monday.
The big tented institution comes
from Gainesville, where its exhibi exhibitions
tions exhibitions were given today to delighted
audiences which tested the capacity
of the biggest "white top" the enter enterprise
prise enterprise has ever carried. In popularity
and in patronage the Sparks circus is,
this season making the best record of
its long and illustrious history.
First to come to a puffing halt early
tomorrow morning will be the "flying
squadron," as the first section of the
circus' railroad equipment is known.
The volunteer reception committee of
the juveniles and their elders will be
on hand to bid it vociferous welcome.
Magically it will disgorge men and
sir-team horses and huge, wheeled
burdens hooded under tarpaulins, and
the procession to the show grounds
will start. At the destination, a geo geometric
metric geometric pattern of iron-laying-out pins
vill appear to spring up simultan simultaneously,
eously, simultaneously, with rag pennons of red and
blue fluttering in the tops. Soon mam
moth white cloths will rise like can- J

vas-back Aladdin's palaces. I Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Horne and fam-
The miniature city of separate tents ily were dinner guests of Mr. and
will all be installed, if nothing unto- Mrs. George Buhl and family Sunday,
ward intervenes, advance agents esti- Mr. and Mrs. George Buhl and Cam Cam-mated
mated Cam-mated "last night, long before noon. ily, Mr. and Mr3. L. I Horne and
The street parade is scheduled to rr mily and Misses Dollie and Jessie
move from the show grounds at ten Morrison attended Sunday school at
o'clock. The artching, upcurved front Olivet church Sunday.

lof a splendid red and gold band char-;
I ..fr.i1,tw. t : 1. :
Ji ataract of brazen melody and drawn
by many broad pomp0ned white
horses. .:: will first dioW itlf.
ihneing, distant banner-things, and
suggesting m glintmgs of gold and
splashings of color un on-coming ar-
gosy of glitLer and gorgeousness. j
The show will be located in Hunter

an idvtal.Pnrk and pcrformanaces will begin at
lino. The '2 and S p. m. Doors open one hour
1-Ct earlier.

m

DR. E. VAN HOOD

Err. E. Via Hoci died at ten
ruinut zz two o'clock
emocn.
i ill-
FUNERAL SERVICES
FOR DR. HOOD
The fic&eral services of the lament lamented
ed lamented Dr. E. Van Hood will take place
at the Eactist eh arch at 3 o'clock to-
rrow af ternocm.
1
FISTIC AFFAIRS
CarPft' France Proved Too
Oiaapioa
Axjoctat'! Press
London, Dec. 5. Experts ecmisent-
; xr? on last night's fiht ra "which
Georres Carpentier of France knocked
out Joe Beckett of England, in the
first round, concur in saying victory
vent to the best man on account of
his speed and deevrnes.
Dempeys Long List
I Ey. already under contract to meet in
Nc'a- Orleans the winner of the
Btckett-Carpentier fight, Dociinick
Tortorich, proniotor, this city, an announced
nounced announced today. He added (hat Nate
Lewis of Chicago, acting as his rep representative
resentative representative is due in London today to
sign Carpentier.
XFW OFFICERS OF THE
METHODIST CHURCH
At the fourth quarterly conference
held in the Methodist church last
nirdit, the following persons were
nominated by Smith Hardin, pastor,
elected by the official Jioard as
I. 1 AAA
I tewards for the year of 1920:
L. W. Ponder, L. N. Green, Roger
Dodd. Mack Taylor, Mrs. R. L.
Bridges, J. S. McAteer, Dr. C. W.
Moremen, Mrs. E. L. Howell, Carroll
Eraser, H. B. Baxter. H. C. Bilbro, J.
H. Therreh T; A. Cobb, A. A. Hillman,
J. T. Williams. Mrs. E. T. Spencer,
W. W. Stripling, A. C. Blowers and
C. C. ,Frazer.
II.-C. fiilbro was elected recording
steward and L. N. Green was elected
district steward; L. W. Ponder was
ilected Sunday school superintendent;
Carroll Fraser and W. L. Colbert
were elected assistant superintend superintendents
ents superintendents and R. L. Bridges was elected to
fill the important place of charge lay
leader.
December 11th will end the term of
all the old otlcers of the church and
all the officers and teachers in the
Sunday school according to Methodist
law. Some $me during the week fol following
lowing following the various departments of
church and Sunday school will be re reorganized
organized reorganized for the incoming year.
CALVARY
Calvary, Dec. 2. Miss Effie Sher Sherwood
wood Sherwood went home to visit her mother
p.t Sparr Sunday.
Mr. George Buhl, Wilma and Louis
went to Martin to visit Mr. Buhl's sis-
ter. Mrs. J. H. Knoblock, Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Horrfe were in
r ? o i 1
Mr. and Mrs. A. O. Smith, Miss
Lottie Morrison and Mr. Earl Crosby
w ffco t t
sin-Morrison Sunday.
Mr. M. J. Morri:
Morrison made a business
trip to Martel one day last week.
Mr. and Mrs. Bailey and family
spent the day with Mr. and Mrs. Fred
Buhl Sunday.
Give him a "Tempoint" pen and an
"Eversharp" pencile for Christmas.
.The Court Pharmacy. l-t

SOME PEOPLE KNOW
A GREAT DEAL

HEHSE FORCE
UNDER ARhlS
Eig Amy of Cxetho-Skrvxla Adranc
iag Toward the- Haagariaa
Border
Copenhagen, Ike. 5. The Czecho-
cioiiiiiauc c; inr raitary classes
jiays a :ea dispatch. A Prague
jiipatcn says tr.at twenty
iens of. Cic-cho-Siovaks are advancing
to-arard the Hungarian frenrier.
PRACTICE FLIGHT
FOR THE SKY PILOT
Maynards Side Trip to the South
from Mineola
Asc:aU i Pre is)

Mineola, Dec. 5Ueut. Maynard c1 :s in session here
left here this morning on a Sigtt to ySter;3y i?Pted a pro pro-Savannah,
Savannah, pro-Savannah, Ga., via Washington zzid fcr a 50v:et 35ter3 in Germany.
Winston-Salem, N. C. where he will!
atldress the Southern Commercial CANT GIVE UP BELA KUN

Ce-ngress Sunday. He plans to return
here before Dec. 11th. then strt on
his one-stop flight across the country
to San Diego, Calif.
MIERIPFS SALE
Lrit:r and ty virtue of a certain wru
01 trxtrcutijn lsiurl out of ajid under
tne eal of the circuit court of Marion
county. Florida, dated September 10th.
upon a certain decree entered in
s-aid court by Hon. V. S. Dullock jude
thereof, in a certain suit in' eiuity
t.ierin pndin? wnereln Ora Le West
and J. G. Cranford a. sole surviving
executor of the last will and testament
of V. S. West, decease!, asd others
were complainants and J. D. Walling.
L B. Waliinjc and J. R. Walling, etc..
ard Florida National Land Comjany
were defendant. I have levied upon"
and will ofTer for sale and sell to the
highest and bet bidder for cash be
tween the legal hoars of sale on
January 5th, 1920
tha following described real estate and
personal property. Said real estate de de-scrlbed
scrlbed de-scrlbed as follows will be sold in front
of the west court house door In the
city of Ocala. Florida, to-wlt:
Lot 4 and south half of lot 3 in sec section
tion section lit in township 17 south range 2
east.
North half, of northeast quarter and
southwest quarter of northeast quarter
and lot 1 of section 20 in township 17
south range 35 east.
West half of southwest quarter of
northeast quarter and also beginning
at northeast corner of south half of
northwest quarter, run thence south
347 yards, thence west 4 40 yards,
thence north 347" yards, and thence
est 440 yards to place of besinninsr.
less 5 acres in northeast corner, all in
section 22 in township 17 south range
24 east.
Said personal property being not
easily -movable and movable only at
great relative expense, will be sold
where same was when taken under
jaid levy and is now located, at th
saw mill plant formerly operated by
J. D. Walling & Co.. situate upon A.'
C. L. railroad about one-half mile south
of Weirsdale. Clarion county. Florida,
and consists of the following property,
to-wit: Two saw mill boilers, one saw
mill complete consisting of engines,
.pulleys, shafting. all belting, log
chains, railroad iron, log trucks, wire
cables, all piping and fittings thereto,
all circular saws, log carts, lumber on
yard and in building, blacksmith shop,
consisting of anvils. bellows, vises
and everything thereto pertaining, all
i?mokestacks and all implements of
every kind and description, located in
ald saw mill plant and forming a part
thereof or appurtenant thereto. Said
sale being made to realize the moneys
on aaid execution mentioned, with cost
cf sale and other expenses.
J. P. GALLOWAY.
Sheriff, Marion County. Fla.
WHITAKKK. HIMES & W1IITAKKR.
Plaintiffs Attorneys. 12-5-fri
TO OUR PATRONS
We will stop delivery of milk Fri-
Iday night, Dec. 5th. and will redeem
r 1 & uiiuocu tanbt
2-4t Ocala Heights Dairy.
Rye, rape and oats. Get our prices
before buying. The Ocala Seed
Store- 17-tfw
The best winter hog and cow pas pasture
ture pasture is rye. rape and oats. At Ocala
Seed Store. 13-tf
W. K. Lane. M. D Physician and
Sunreon, specialist Eje, Ear. Nose and
Throat. Law Library Building, Ocala,
! Florida. tf
IT

WILL SPLIT IT

THREE WAYS
Hwaary and Jaro-Slaria May Hare
to Help Pay Autriaa
War Debt
Paris. Dec 5. The
q-esticn cf
Tsr r or js t a
hare cf the pre-war debt
cf Ao?:ria-Eurary shall be borne by
Jeo-SIavia is 'oein ccnsldered by the
supreme council roiay.
ORDER OBEYED
Rome, Dec. o. The order for dis-:
continuance of the general strike has
bu generally obeyed.
CONGRESS OF SOCIALISTS WANT
TO RUIN THEIR COUNTRY
Lips;c, Dec. 3. The congress of in-
cepnient socialists in session here
His Surrender to Hunrarr WiM
, Imperil Ures of All Austrian
J RussU
(Associated Preas)
Vienna. Dec. 5 Bela Kun, the Hun Hungarian
garian Hungarian dictator daring the soviet re regime,
gime, regime, will not be surrendered to Hun Hungary,
gary, Hungary, according to a declaration by
Karl Renner, Austrian chancellor. He
snic the surrender of Bela Kun would
jeopardize the lives of all Austrians
new in Russia.
GEORGE NURNEY
News has been received in this city
of the death of Mr. George Nurney,
which occurred in A she ville, N. C-,
yesterday morning. Mr. Nurney had
been in bad health for a number of
years but was r.lways so bright and
cheerful that it was difficult for any
one to realize his conidtion .wjes
serious. He was a most excellent
ycung man and had on a number of
occasions visited Ocala, spending one
winter with his brother, Mr. Henry
Nurney at Lake Weir, and the friends
that he made in this city are grieved
to learn of his death. He was a
brother of Mrs. Jack Camp and Mrs.
Milby Lloyd, of thia city, and their
scores of friends sympathize- with
them deeply in their great loss.
A CARD FROM 3IR. HUNTER
To the Voters of the First, Second,
Third and Fourth Wards of Ocala: I
am a candidate for alderman for the
second ward in the city election to be
held Tuesday, December 9th. I will
appreciate the vote and support of
every progressive citizen who is in in-teiested
teiested in-teiested in the progress and develop development
ment development of Ocala.
ll-4-3t C. W. Hunter.
FOR SALE Nice milk cow with
heifer calf. See C. A. Holloway, 715
Lime street, Ocala, Fla. 5-6t
LOST Bunch of keys in town. Re Reward
ward Reward to finder by returning to M.' A.
Bouvier or Star office. 5-3t
IWi
Old Sores, Cuts, Burns, Bruises and.
other skin eruptions wUl be
instantly soothed and rapidly healed
with
XeVO -Vive
HEALING OIL
Keep a bottle near for emerjencles.
At your dealer for it.
VoPvwa Co.. Ma7'

EMICfiU LEGIO;

WELL ATTENDED
Membership tm the Ocalx Post IXa
Abaoet Docbled Sisce Its Meet Meeting
ing Meeting of Last 3Ioat&
Last night's meeting cf the local
American Legion Pest, in the Board
of Trade room, wis the largest that
har yet been held. The rsenhexahi?
of Marioa County Pest No. 1 has al almost
most almost doubled since the last zaectii,
e. month ago.
At last night's meeting step were
taken to carry before Ceng less a fight
for 100 per cent Amerkaaisza- This
step follows upon the recent murder murdering
ing murdering of several members of the Amer American
ican American Legion in the Armistice Day
parade ia Centralia, Wash. A com committee
mittee committee will be appointed by Post Com Commander
mander Commander Watt to handle this matter
The post extended its thanks to the
people of the city for the fine bar barbecue
becue barbecue and celebration on Armirtre
Day. ThanYs were extended tco, to
those who took part in the prcgra
on American Legion Sunday, Nov. f.
A- N. Ron. cf Reddick. was elected
pest chaplain, and Dr. M. C Itlxr, cf
Ocala, a member cf the execntivfc
committee of the poet, to fill vacan vacancies.
cies. vacancies. Norton P. Davis gave the xaess xaess-bers
bers xaess-bers of the post some very valuable
information and pointers on war risk
insurance and the new government
insurance. It was urged that the ex ex-service
service ex-service men should by all means keep
up their insurance. The national or organization
ganization organization has made a complete in investigation
vestigation investigation of the war risk insurance
bureau, and while showing the need
for many reforms in the bureau, rec recommends
ommends recommends earnestly that every man
keep up the insurance or convert it
into one of the several forms of new
government insurance. A good part
of the evening was spent in discussion
of the insurance.
A permanent entertainment com committee
mittee committee of the post has been provided
for. and arrangements will be made
for a smoker and other forms of en entertainment.
tertainment. entertainment. By this means the mem members
bers members of the post, who are from all
over the county, will get acquainted
with each other.
MELVILLE COMEDIANS COMING
The following about Melville's
shov.-, which opens an engagement in
its tent theater here Dec 8th, is from
the Orangeburg Tmes:
"The Melville's Comedians opened
their week's engagement in Orange Orangeburg
burg Orangeburg last night in their mammoth
tent to a capacity house. Their open opening
ing opening play, 'The Broken Commandment,
was well received and from the out outburst
burst outburst of applause and laughter it
was quite evident this splendid an an-dience
dience an-dience enjoyed every bit of the per performance.
formance. performance. The staging of the produc production
tion production and the electrical effects were
in evidence and deserving of high
commendation. The costumes were
beautiful. The many numbers be between
tween between acts were very pleasing and In
itself was well worth the price of ad admission.
mission. admission. The company carries special
scenery and electrical effects, making
their performances scenic productions
of the first order.
OCALA STOCKYARDS
Northern markets have improved
slightly, and Jacksonville is about the
same as last week.
Tuesday Dec. 9th, next marekt day.
Bring mi the fat ones and let the
tl'in stuff and young ones stay on feed
until after Christmas.
OCALA STOCK YARDS.
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OCALA EVENING STA&, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 5, 1919

OCALA EVEIIUIG STAR

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Luxury and
of all evil.

laziness are the roots

APPROACHING ELECTION

alderman from the second ward. Mr.
Anderson has made no such move. He

is not attending to any campaign but! The city campaign Is very quiet.

his own. He is friendlv to both I Only five candidates are afield two

Messrs. Simmons and Hunter and for mayor, two for representative on
wculd consider it highly improper to I the council from the second ward,

nterfere in their contest. land one in the fourth. The aldermen

the first and third and the alder

SANTA CLAUS SYNDICATED

man at large hold over.

Oi the two candidates lor mayor,

Joe Earman has formed a Santa ?e oei along attending to ms reg-

Ciaua Svndieat rm th Rant Chant, """r Dusmess ana leaving nis cam

with himself as rhif nrnmotor. While paign in the hands of his friends. He

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the business offices of said syndicate WOUia consiaer ms election an nonor
Will hn of U'not Polm TotV r.land the office a public trust but

atiens will not be confined to that city thinks the people wise enough to de-

and v cinitv. as will h on bv the ce wno ey want, wimout. any urg

' I a. m i: j.i.

following from Joe's paper, the Palm sanations xrom a canaioate.

lieach Post I AIUJ uul(-r canutuiiu: is very uusy, mia-

Palm Beach county is eoimr to representing his opponent and finding

SIMMONS FOR ALDERMAN

since.

have the haDDiest Christmas in its

history.

Palm Beach county has some of
tho most influential and wealthiest

men of this nation as its winter resi
dents.

"These men love little children.

fault with everything done in city af

fairs HE didn't do or approve of

HIMSELF.

Two good men are out in the sec

ond ward. One is Mr. C. E. Simmons,

who can truthfully say that he has
been a good citizen of Ocala for thir-

"There are also some local men who teen yeara U would 1)6 hard to find

love little children. a better .citizen than Mr. Simmons.

"These winter and local residents 11121117 mteillent ana Honorable, ll

To the Citizens of Ocala:
I beg to advise you that I am a can candidate
didate candidate for alderman from the second
ard in the coming municipal election

to be held Tuesday, December 9, 1919.

I came here thirteen years ago and

have been a resident of Ocala ever

I shall, if elected, endeavor to

conduct the city affairs in an honest,

efficient and business-like manner as

far aa within my power.

I may not see you personally but I

solicit your vote and your support in

the coming election.

Yours resjjectf ully,
C. E. Simmons.

also love

happy.

to see little children made

elected he will act for the interests of
the city as he would for his own. Well

"Christmas is a day of 'Peace on Posted on Public affairs- a

all

he should make

It's hard work to find a man who
will say, he is going to vote for John
D. Robertson.

Say,, would not it be grand to give
the primajr school a victrola for a
Christmas present?
The yellow peril will be the leprosy
that will destroy the white race, if it
doesn't imite against it.
Being that this is the Christmas
season, we hereby extend to Governor
Catts an amnesty lasting to Jan. 5,
1?20.

There will be a lot of misfits on
Christmas day, but don't make fun

of any of them. It's the spirit that

counts.

Again'we give you good advice. In

selecting Christmas presents, buy

what you durn please, provided you
can pay for it.

Encourage the boys and girls in the
schools in athletics. A keen, trained
mind can" work better in connection
with a straight back and springy
muscles."

rate business man.

an ideal alderman.

Mr. C. W. Hunter is his opponent.

Charlie," as his friends call him. is

earth and good will to and from

men

This is a start and evervbodv can

take it from .Top inrlnriinc Vn i;io

boys and girls, also those who have ? hve and few mJ P1 Ocala are
passed childhood, that there is going posted on city affairs. He has
to be some Christmas propaganda in served before, and while some of us
the Palm Beach Pn.f a 4 M. differed from him about some matters,

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umn, between now and Christmas nowniy can oeny tnat ne is a nusuer

wun a great capacity zor getting

things done. If he is elected, there

will be something doing every minute.

Mr. Ben Goldman is a candidate to

succeed himself from the fourth. Mr.

day.

About ten .days ago, I wrote to

seven men and asked them to 'dig

down deep m their generous pockets

and join me with their check for two

hundred and fifty dollars each or a Goldman was elected to succeed Mr.
total of two thousand dollars, to pro- Nash, who resigned, and has served
vide a Christmas fnnrf -frtr- h JTa only part of a term. He is a good

of all little children in Palm Beach business man, has city affairs close

county.
urm

our men will be published in the Palm are 7oted for by citizcns of

KPflPh Pnf Cnn-lo,, r..V Ol I WaruS.

I am attempting to secure photo

graphs from them, whereby, cuts can
be made and their picture published in

the Palm Beach Post, that the little

children in the county may know and

see their generous friends.

"The plan has not been worked

out, as my head has not had time to
think the matter over since receipt
of telegrams in answer to my letters.
"The only definite conclusion that
has been reached is that one hundred
dollars of this fund will be used to

provide a first class Christmas dinner
and a small present for each of the

inmates of the Girls' Industrial School

in Ocala.

"This check for one hundred dollars

v ill be sent to Editor James Hamil-

n Benjamin, of the Ocala Evening

tar, one of the state's most influen-

val newspapers, and it can be depend-

urjon that he will rise uron his

The men who are trying to defeat ',:n(j legs snort anj write .much in his
i a. I T i i

How many of you have taken to
heart what we said about the King's
Daughters the other day ? And how
many of you have taken it to your
pockets?

Robert Anderson Jr. by slandering

him couldn't be hired to say to his
face what they say out of hearing of
him. and his friends.

The Senate will order a full inves investigation
tigation investigation of the Federal Trade Com Commission.
mission. Commission. Its our opinion that said
commission was nothing but a graft
for a bunch of bolsheviki.

The Florida Baptists have exceed exceeded
ed exceeded their quota in the seventy-five
million dollar drive by fifteen thou thousand
sand thousand -dollars, with over a hundred
churches yet to hear from.
None of the salesgirls in the stores
have big feet. Do your shopping
early and don't keep them on their
Cinderellas until they wish Christ Christ-"mas
"mas Christ-"mas wouldn't come again for ten
years.
The food administration has quit
trying to regulate the price of sugar.
Sugar is something that many could
do without but most people use to ex excess.
cess. excess. Self-denial and economy would
beat all government aid in reducing
the cost.
The Star .kindly requests its corres correspondents
pondents correspondents to quit using the word
"mesdames." Its a French word and
not applicable in English copy. In
writing an item about two or more
married woman, prefix the name of
each with "Mrs."

Occasionally a citizen asks us what
Robert Anderson Jr. will do if he is
elected mayor. Why don't they ask
Mr. Anderson? He will answer them
in courtesy and truth. No reason to
be afraid of him. He never was
known to bully anybody.
It has been reported the report
having probably been started by in interested
terested interested parties that Robert Ander Anderson
son Anderson Jr. is supporting Mr. C. W. Hun Hunter
ter Hunter against Mr. C. E. Simmons for

fitecembcr

Miction Sale

At

Style Hal Shop

During the entire month of
December we -will sell our im im-menseline
menseline im-menseline of Trimmed and Un Un-.
. Un-. trimmed Hats at greatly reduc reduced
ed reduced prices The exclusiveness of
design shown in these hats will
especially appeal to particular
people. The quality is the best
and there nothing but late
styles in the lot Call and see
them.

Style Mat Shop
M. & "Cm Bank Building
Ocala Florida

f.aper,

as he is interested to a ma

icrial extent in this reform school.

"Twenty-five dollars of this fund

will be sent to Maj. Ralph N. Greene,

state health officer, to provide a
Christmas tree for the little cripples
that are now under treatment in the
orthopedic hospital of the State

Board of Health.

"This hospital is conducted in a
ward in St. Luke's Hospital in Jack

sonville, and it is estimated that

many of the little patients will have
reached recovery, whereby they can

be sent home before Christmas.

"While in Jacksonville yesterday,
Major Greene informed me that he
thought about eight would remain in
the orthopedic hospital during the

holidays.

"This tree, placed in the center of

this large ward, under the supervi

ior. of Mrs. Ralph N. Greene, ho is
Major Greene's wife, will make these

little children very happy.

"We now reach the Christmas trees

in Palm Beach county.

"Oh, shucks! IH tell you about them

later.

"All that can be said now, is there

Census Bureau Estimates
Count Made Next Year Will

Show 110,000,000 People

Sam Rogers, federal director of cen

sus, will begin to count noses In the

united States January 2.

; To count the people Is a big Job,
2mt I have the finest working machine

ln and out of Washington," says the

census director.

- The census bureau estimated the
icount will show 110,000,000 people as
'against the 1010 population of 91,-

872.268.

The work of gathering data will be
completed in two weeks after It starts.

The big Job will be compiling it
Every large city in the country has
one or more census supervisors. New
York city Is divided. Into four districts.
.Other supervisors have charge of. one
congressional district each.
Figsges on the total population will
not be ready till fall of 1920.
The only additional Information this
census will show, not Included In pre previous
vious previous decennial censuses, will be the
amount of mortgages on homes. In
1910 the census showed that of the 20, 20,-255.555
255.555 20,-255.555 homes in the United States,
0,083,711 were owned and 10,097395
Were rented. Of the homes owned 2
931,695 were Incumbered.

25

AT CHRISTMAS TIME

Make your gifts personal ones.

Fhotographs will solve a lot of prob

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
TO AUTO OWNERS

I am again at my old place of bus business
iness business on the Anthony road, where I
shall be pleased to attend to your car
repair work by appointment. Call
phone 393. 29-tf M. A. Bouvier.

Stationery in holiday' boxes at the

Anti-Monopoly Drug Store. 2-tf

If you need a Hot Water Bottle, be

sure and get one of those bargains at

Gerig's Drug Store. $1.69 special

price. 1-tf

NOTICE

Of

Uchti Chinesis One of
Nature's Daintiest Fruit
Paokages, Writer Declares
. "One of the daintiest packages that
has ever been wrapped by Nature's
hand," is the way Robert 8. Walker,
writing In the Guide to Nature, char characterizes
acterizes characterizes the fruit of the LIchtl chine chine-sis,
sis, chine-sis, an evergreen tree native to south southern
ern southern China, but which planters are at

tempting to grow in southern Califor

nia. So far the Uchtl fruit has been
received In America in a dry state,

and in that condition In the markets

are going to be Christmas trees andl n 3 improperly called the ilchtl nut.

happiness galore in Palm Beach ft ig not a nut in any sense of the

county

mversary.

on

the Savior's birthday an-

The foregoing is practical Christ

mtstianity. Palm Beach county and
the state are lucky to have such up-to-date
disDensers of the Christmas

spirit as Joe and his partners

We are glad to know that we have
had a part in winning for our indus industrial
trial industrial school a share in this holiday

altruism. This school is not strictly

?n the nrovince of the chairman of

word, because the seed Is not edible.
The plant is grown only for the fruit.
The LIchtl chlnesls ripens its globu globular,
lar, globular, reddish fruit In midsummer. Each
Individual fruit measures from one
and one-half to two Inches In diame diameter.
ter. diameter. The flesh, white and Juicy. Is se securely
curely securely and snugly inclosed in a rough,
brittle bull. When dry It rattles In the
hull. Each has a large single seed in
the center. The Chinese eat the fruit
raw, dried or canned. It Is different

from any fruit raised In the Unltea

the state board of health, and he could J states, or from any imported from any

not bo blamed, in the multiplicity of
his public duties and private business,

if he was indifferent to it. But he has
r:iven it a place in the large interest
he takes in human affairs and it
gratifies us to believe that we have
aided in obtaining for the school a
disinterested and faithful friend.
Mr. Earman gives us .too much
credit. About all we have done for this
;hool has been to call attention to its
-:n-h purpose, faithfully carried out

its superintendent, aiaea Dy me

-poreciation of her pupils, who have
vUized thaTit.was to them a home
&i well as a school, and by thus call call-:
: call-: g attention to it we have won for
it sorae friends who else might not
jve heard-of it nor known what a
jrcod work the state was doing thru
We are also glad to know that the
children in the orthopedic hospital are
o share in the Christmas cheer. In
i;is department the State Board of
salth is doing a grand work. It is
aking life better and brighter for
? s.ny for whom existence would
u herwise be a burden. These chil chilli
li chilli en were for a time cared for in the
Mcrion County Hospital, and the hos hospital
pital hospital staff and many people in the
c'ty took a warm personal interest in
V:.cm: All these friends and many
h hers will rejoice with them on this
C .iristmas day.
We. can't help saying as we close

.as that if in every town in the
orld there was a Joe Earman for
: c joy of the children, all the older
l.iks might become so interested and
iVel so kindly toward each other that
the New Year might dawn on a peace

K! at would last until Christ came

&gain.

1 LOVE SONG ""j

other foreign country.

My tru love's poor I do not care.
Her praises I will sing
She hath a face as sweet and fair
As ever graced the court o' Kin!
No ornament to slitter bright.
Or gaudy Jewels lie
Upon her garments, neat and white
But, oh! the diamonds o' her eye!
She hath no bank account nor. wealth.
Yet lov'd not less apart
For she hath smiles and she hath health
And oh! the gold within her heart!
My dearie Is o lowly birth.
No blue blood in her vein;
For her, no coronets o earth earth-But
But earth-But oh! the queen o love's domain!
My sweet, my rose, though you are poor,
A millionaire am I.
For you are mine, I love thee more.
Till the sun grows cold in the desert sky!
Charles Kiely fehetterly.

Loco Weed of the Western
Plains Terror to Buffalo
The meaning of the poison in the
loco weed of the western plains seems
fairly clear. It protected the plants
from extermination by the herds of
wild buffalo, who evidently had
learned to avoid it, for none of the
early observers speak of finding "lo "locoed"
coed" "locoed" buffaloes, says the American
Forestry Magazine. Domestic cattle,
on the other hand, have not yet
learned to avoid It and are often
killed by it, especially In- seasons of
poor pasture.

ADDlication 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. seU Sec 28 Tp 17 S R 2

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,

Florida. 11-14-fri

J. H. Spencer

R. Pedriclc

THE OCALA GAS ENGINE WORKS
Local Agents for the Old Reliable

MVICK AUTOM

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

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

Ocklavvaha Avenue and, Osceola St.

Ocala,' Florida

RAILROAD

Arrival and Departure of pasieneer
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
Leave ArriTfe
2:20 am Jacksonville-New York 2:10 am
l:55pm Jacksonville 1:S0 pm
4:05 pm Jacksonville 4:25 pm
2:15 am Tampa-Manatee-
St. Petersburg: 2:15 am
; :50 pm Tampa-Manatee 1:35 pm
1:25 prn Twoipa-ttt. Petersburg: 4:05 pm
ATLANTIC COAST LINE RAILROAD
Leave Arrive
32pm J'cksonvllle-New York 2:15am.
1:45 pm. J'ksonvllle-G'lnesvllle 2:35 pm.
8:42 am. J'ksonvllle-O'nesTllle 10:12 pm.
3:15 am. St. Pefabrg-Lakeland 2:12 a&x
7:35 pm St. Pet'sburgr-LAkeland 1:25 pm
: :10 am. Dunnellon-Wllcox
7.40 am. Du'nellon-L'keland 11:02 pm
5:1:5 pm. Homosassa 1:25 pm
'0:13 pm Leesburs 1:42 am,
45 pm. Gainesville 11:50 am
Monday, Wednesday. -Friday.
"Tuesday. Thursday. Saturday.

If Everything Was As
Cheap As Our Ice
The cost of living would be as low as it was in the gooo old 6 ija.
No use. worrying, however, because it isn't that way. Be glad hat
ice is helping to keep down the cost of living, besides giving you
better food and a greater variety cf it than your grandfather's fam family
ily family ever had.
Ocala Ice & Packing Co.

PYLES & PERKINS CO.
Funeral Directors and Embalmers
Calls Answered Promptly, Day or Night
Motor Equipment
117 East Oklawaha Avenue
Phone 555 Resident Phone 225

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MUS. ADDIE F. HOWIE
Discusses Dairy, Cattle, Poultry,
Home Conveniences

Big Agricultural Meeting
and Farm Machine
Short Course
To Be Held At
OCALA, FLORIDA
MONDAY, DEC. Stilt,
On
MARION COUNTY FAIR GROUNDS
Hours -0 a. in. to 11 a m

.
I A
"i nr- innwinTiim Tiniiiiiiiiiiimi iwni-miiriiti win fiiarmniii ininMiniiirirrm -m ii i ilTi-nirir)i -mr"-1- li- ir m" " if wmmJ

J

II S MOBLEY
Discusses Soil, Alfalfa, Corn, Live
Stock, Community BuilcHng

ABU. Itoy MeeQMgj
Lectures by H. S. Mobley and Mrs, Addle Howie Rpeakers?ol National Seputation.
All subjects illustrated by actual field demonstrations, charts and by
MOVING PnCT.URES

9

Auto Trucks of Improved Farm Machinery Q
and Equipment for Field Demonstration at 9. a.m.

Moving Picture Reels on Agri Agricultural
cultural Agricultural subjects is the evening

9

EDUCATIONAL INTERESTING ENTERTAINING

Come see for yourself why the proper use of improved machinery will increase
production and reduce your farm labor expense.

"C'UTJ'W f I" co-operation with ihe State College of Agriculture, State pepartment of Agriculture, County
a JtlLl jMj X der auspices of County Board of Trade, we are fortunate in getting the big demonstration to s

Agent and un

stap at Ocala.

Advertisment Contributed by

CIlaiirtaiMii EaurdlwauFep (Deaflsi
Dealer in International Harvester Company Implements

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OCALA EVENING STAR, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 5, 1919

GfPTS

?t?k iff

We Have A Full Line
Of Useful and Sensible Holiday Gifts Ready for
Inspection
Perfumes, JFancy Toilet Articles, Manicure Sets,
Toilet Cases, Smokers' Sundries and other articles
Look Over Our Suggestions Suggestions-Get
Get Suggestions-Get the True Xmas Spirit that prevails here and
you will solve many a gift problem'at this store

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s? nnim TTTTTrn

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vu lu uUiu

Li CAST

5'

Of:
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.
W vtw Trie a nriT? rno nc nrrk wr a im I?

ST:

I AUTOGENOUS WILDING & ELECTRIC CO.

H. L. WIKLEj Manager.

Cor. Oklawaha Ave. Orange St.

THE SPECIALTY SHOP
Announces the Arrival of
CHRISTMAS GOODS
Exclusive Greeting Cards
A beautiful line of Little Gifts
. Fancy Cabinets of Stationery
Fountain Pens
Art Calendars
Popular Reprints. Lifte Fiction. Juveniles.
Cigars in Gift Boxes
Park & Tilford's Candies
Start shopping early, while the stocks are
at their best.
A. E. GERIG.

Tt radjatetf Home" in a measure
all out of proportion to its size.
The daughter of the house had
chosen it as her own little apartment
because of its sunny bay window.
Thanks to the National Biscuit
Company and th&fther packers of

zood things." saitL me eirl. MI

live well without A ltche

$t. while

AtteredaJ

uvited

the

wiches that looked oh, so tempt
ing. would grace a yellow plate.
Or, "How would w like a to tomato
mato tomato bouillon on a cold, blowy day
like this?"' And a package of
N. B. C Zwieback would be forth forthcoming
coming forthcoming from the window cupboard,
while the tomato bojji"T?s made
steaming hot osplZZWP

We

A thick, warm-to

one to lounge o

big, f ring

gave evidence that th

was permissible. Thr
talned and double"

meadow gaw"S-y to U

x rolledicii other untik
h blue lilst"-

cheeriness aglow I j) B

weather, and

atmosphere

during t

It not only leaves the oven as the

best soda cracker in the world, but it

reaches vou with all its original taste

"

and freshness. Uneeda Biscuit has

no rival in the esteem of American

housewives.

:ijit

put

itrong

NATIONAL BISCUIT

COMPANY

the

Thei

box of Uneeda Biscuit thtnrjSrof

potted chicken. Nimble fingers
would set to work and in a. twink twinkling
ling twinkling little piles of chicken sand-

dainty

at almost

night, and. for

ppers it was far

suit being admitted

"ity.
Ctou wonder the little circle

of friends grew closer, day by day,
chatting in the sunny bay winr
dow, sipping tea or coffee and nib-,
Ming National Biscuit pellcacie?

SAVE MONEY ON MEAT
We always handle the best fresh meat to be
bad and our prices are always the lowest
Round Steak .25c Best Pork Chops .30c.
Loin Steak 30c Pork Sausage 25c
Stew Meat ....15c
Groceries, Fruit, Vegetables, Etc ,;

WEST BROADWAY

THED DrLIVEHY

PHONEllO

nnn a nnniinnriinrn

in ni n III I iihhi-ni i-

UunLn UUUU II L 1ULU

If you have any society items,
plione five-one.

wili be governed by the rules that are

observed in social affairs of the best

society and will no doubt be plen

tifully patronized. Read Miss Wood Wood-row's
row's Wood-row's advertisement elsewhere.

Mi S3 Onie Chazal will entertain the;

"A" rlu. tonight at he rhome on Fort
'z. avt-nue.

from Atlanta todfiy or tomorrow to)

.-perd the Chrisimas holidays with
jelativc:;.

Jacob's crndy, "the good kind," in
farcy Christmas packages, 25c. to $20
the box. Anti-Monopoly Drugstore, tf
Little Miss Elaine Wetherell of
Tampa is the attractive guest at the
''one of her aunt, Mrs. DeWitt Grif Grif-rin,
rin, Grif-rin, during her mother's absence in
Yaltiosta, Ga.

Come in and inspect our line of
oikt sets for Christmas. The Court
Pha i macy. l-6t

Tuesday being the ninth birthday
of W. S. Yonge Jr., elder son of Mr.
W. S. Yonge of Jacksonville, a sur sur-I
I sur-I rise party was given in the after after-riOon
riOon after-riOon for him at the home of his
grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. R. E.
Yonge. Only a few little friends in
the neighborhood were invited. After
rni.ny games wero played on the lawn,
the little guests were invited to the
dining room, where the beautiful
birthday cake with nine candles burn burning
ing burning graced the center of the table.
Vases of Klondike cosmos and ferns
with vines trailed across the table,

and together with fruit, candy and!
ruts delighted the eyes of the chil-;

aren. not cnocoiate topped witn
marshmallows and cake was served

by Mrs. L. E. Yonce, after which the
children ail joined in singing many

fconge, accompanied by Mrs. Lester
Lucas on the piano.

H. W. Ragland was among the
Oca'a business men in the city yea yea-Uroay
Uroay yea-Uroay on business and as usual made
his headquarters at the Hillsboro.
Tampa Tribune.
Pretty line boy's English shape

dress shoes in black and brown, to
close out at $5. Sizes, 2Vz to 6. Lit

tle's Shoe Paarlor. 5-6t

Mrs. Jake Brown is expected home
this afternoon after an absence of six
months, spent in the north and north northwest.
west. northwest. She will be accompanied by her
mother, Mrs. Levi, who will be her
gucct for several months.
We have a large assortment of In In-gersol
gersol In-gersol Watches. Get the boy one for
Christmas. Gerig's Drug Store. 18-tf
Mr. George Emmons of Brooklyn,
N. Y., has been spending the last two
days with Mrs. S. C. Hale and son,
Guy Howlett, of 107 N. Main street,
who recently moved here from Brook Brooklyn.
lyn. Brooklyn. Mr. Emmons left this afternoon
for Tampa.
Pretty stationery is always appre appreciated
ciated appreciated by any girl. Come in and see
our Christmas line. The Court Phar Pharmacy.
macy. Pharmacy. l-6t
Attractive Mabel Normand in "Up "Upstairs,"
stairs," "Upstairs," is the picture at the Temple
today, and those who like a good,
clean comedy should not miss seeing

this picture. The story ran in Mun Mun-sey's
sey's Mun-sey's magazine and delighted millions
of readers. This picture gives the

sunny side of life with a laugh at

every flicker, is well directed, well
played and well presented. The Inter International
national International News will also bo shown.

PARKER Lucky Curve Fountain

Pens ink the point and not thefingers.

Its safety sealed. Ask us. The Anti Anti-Monopoly
Monopoly Anti-Monopoly Drug Store. 2-tf

Mr. Bernard Koonce's many friends

will regret to hear that he has for the

past two weeks been quite ill in a hos

pital in Charleston. His father, Judge

J. C. B. Koonce, will leave this after

noon to be with his son. Mr. Bernard

Koonce up to the time of his illness

had a responsible position in the plan

ning department of the mechanical di

vision of the civil service. His friends

hope soon to hear encouraging news

about his condition.

UNCLASSIFIED
ADVERTISEMENTS

TAMED, LOST, FOUND, FOR

SALE, FOR RENT AD SIM SIMILAR
ILAR SIMILAR LOCAL NEEDS

RATES Six line maximum, one

time, 25c.; three times, 60c; six times

ijc; one month $3. Payable in ad-
a nee.

FOUND A bunch of keys. Same can

bo had by calling at this office and

paying for this ad. 4-St

FOR SALE All kinds of farm ma

chinery; plows, disc harrows, culti cultivators,
vators, cultivators, sweeps, etc Also five head
of mules, three head of horses and

thirty head of hogs. All .bargains.
Come see them. Kirby Stock Farms

Co., 1 miles out on Silver Springs

read. 4-12t

Maw Yoi Icei I

Tie U-Serwe (Groceiry ?

The above name is fust what it implies
You Serve. There are no counters and every
thing is marked so that you know the price.
The Cash and Carry stores are here to
stay. On account oi the high cost oi food
there are people who must economize, and
too, these stores are popular with people of
means, who feel it their duty to economiee.
Try the U-Serve once. There is some something
thing something fasinating about it. You take a basket,
walk around, examine the goods and make
your own selections. You are your own
clerk. That's vhy you save the pennies.
They Count.
Exlra Specials for Saturday, Dec 6th.
Fox River Clover Hill Butter, per lb 72c
. (Not over two pounds to the customer).'

40c Bottle Burnett's Extract, Lemon or Vanilla.
25c Package Seeded Raisins.
50c Tin Royal Baking Powder

32e
20 c
38 c

"WANTED Housekeeper for family
of four; $16 per month. No laundry.

Address "P." care Star. 4-6t

FOUND Jersey male, weight about

OOpounds: crop in right ear and un

der half crop in left. Owner can hate

same by paying expenses. T. P.

Fckes, R. F. D. A, Box 65. Ocala,

Fla. 12-S-t

FOR SALE A slightly. used 60-Ught

acetylene plant, with piping and fix

tures complete. For price and terms
see L. A. Gable. Ocala, Fla. 2-6t

rOR RENT Furnished room and
garage for gentleman only. Phone
532. 2-6t

FOR SALE Residence with 5 rooms

and bath, large porches: corner of

Franklin and Clark streets; also

laige barn. Will sell for cash or on

terms. Call phone 493. 12-2-lm

10c Cakes Octagon Soap
(Not over five cakes to a customer).
15c Bottle oi Ammonia

08c
11c

The above list, as you will note, is extra special. However, eve everything
rything everything in the store is marked at a lower price than at the SER SERVICE
VICE SERVICE STORES.

1

To every customer spending one
dollar or more on Saturday, we will
sell two (2) pounds granulated sugar
at 18c per lb. This is just what the
sugar cost us.

South Side of Post Office.

FOR SALE at 702 Wyomina street,
six-room house, also bath and summer

kitchen; all modern improvements.

Also rock face cement block machine.
Carl Wenzel. 2-l-30t

FOR SALE Two plug mules, at a
bargain. Phone 492, or write Bc 445,
Ocala, Fla. 12-2 tf

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
cne 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

other harmful germs, lhe iron

or

Ten pair Ladies' Gray Boots, sizes
2 to 6, to close out at $10. Worth at

least $12. Little's Shoe Parlor. 5-6t

If you don't know what to give
'ather for Christmas, come in and
odk over our line of gifts. The Court
Pharmacy. l-6t
"Mutt and Jeff's Dream," based on

he famous comics of JEJud" Fisher

and presented by Gus Hill will be the
attraction at the Temple Monday eve

ning. The east is a large and capable

one ana includes a beautv chorus of

sixteen pretty young women. Twenty

original sorg gems will be introduc

ed along with innumerable surprises,

novelties, features and specialties.

This is a brand new play in three acts

ana nve scenes and snowing the two

nott-d cartoon heroes in new and hil hilarious
arious hilarious adventures and disguises.

If. H. Summerlin, shoe and boot re

pairing. ri asters Mock west oi court courthouse,
house, courthouse, 203 Magnolia St. I carry ma

terial for all work. 6-lm

FOR SALE Chevrolet touring car,
in first class mechanical condition.
Would consider trade on town real
estate. Can be seen at Ocala Iron

ura Kqxsc - lk,,IM. the ch, healthy, strength.

FURNITURE, ETC. I buy and sell t ning blood which puts stamina into

second hand furniture. Experts put it the weakened oody, ana tne magnesia
in good condition before re-selling. I txts gently on the liver and bowels,

Repair sewing machines, lawn mow- cleaning away the accumuiatea pois pois-rs.
rs. pois-rs. enameiware. etc J. W Hunter, ens.
:10, 312, 314 South Main St. 22-tf This combination is of known
worth for the treatment of Colds, La-
WANTED At once, 10.000 bushels r.rinne. Fever. Chills, Influenza and

. f peanuts, any variety; ?2 per busn- iialaria.

1 1, or 8 cents per pound. We also want
your furs, hides, cotton, etc Ocala
Exchange & Hide Co., Cannichael
building, Ocala, Fla. 19-tf

WOOD For oak wcod, cut to order,
mil Teapot Grocery, or see J. H. J.

Counts. 19-tf

Yesterday afternoon the Friday

auction cluo spent a very delightiui
afternoon with Miss Emily Stotes Stotes-bury
bury Stotes-bury at her home. Quantities of flow

ers in huge vases were attractively
arranged in the rooms where the
games for the afternoon took place.

After a great many rounds of auc

tion, Miss Stotesbury served her

guests to sandwiches, tea and candy.

The highest scores were made by Mrs.
George Ford, Miss Abbie Munroe

and Miss Dorothy Hickman. The fol

lowing ladies enjoyed Miss Stotes

bury's hospitality: Mrs. L. R. Chazal,
Mrs. George Ford, Mrs. C. L. Gamsby,
Mrs. F. H. Logan, Mrs. Jake Gerig,

Mrs. Clarence Camp, Mrs. Vernie
Stevens, Mrs. F. T. Schreiber, Misses
Annie Munroe, Minnie Gamsby and

Dorothy Hickman.

Save your SUGAR and sweeten

your coffee with Saccharin Tablets.
Gnly 35 cents the hundred at Gerig's

Drug tSore. 18-tf

It will be good news to all who like

to dance that Miss Blair Woodrow

will re-establish the dancing class

which was progressing so nicely two
and a half years ago when the war
came along and that patriotic young

lady and her pupils quit dancing to

neip uncie aam. jwass oiair wui De De-gin
gin De-gin giving lessons in modern dancing
next week. Her classes will meet in
the Ocala House dining room, one of
the best places for dancing in the city.
A specially fine feature about this
social enterprise is that Miss Wood Wood-row
row Wood-row will give a soiree every Friday
evening, which will be a treat to the

i young folks, who are often at loss
f or a place to dance. .These soirees

i OR SALE Nice resideoce in good

neighborhood. Bagain,at $3800. Easy!
erms. Apply to P. O. Box 573. 6-m
WOOD Phone 116 for ail lengbths
oak or pine wood; thoroughly season

ed. Special price on quantity ordsra.

Put in your winter supply now.

Smoak's Wood Yard. 16-tf

During last year's influenza epi epidemic
demic epidemic the sales of 101 Tonic increased

over 500 per cent. This is proof a a-ilenty
ilenty a-ilenty of the value of this remedy for

the treatment of "flu." At the hrst
sign of "flu" or malaria use Dr. Wil Williams'
liams' Williams' 101 Tonic. A 23 and 50-cent
bottle may be procured at your drug
.-tore. Accept no substitutes. Adv. 1

DANCING LESSONS
AND
FRIDAY EVENING SOIREE
Miss Blair Woodrow wishes to an announce
nounce announce that she will commerce giv giving
ing giving lessons in modern Ball Room
dancing next week in the Ocala House
Dining Room. Each Friday night a
Soiree will be given for which .a
chargebf One Dollar per couple will
be made.
All those desiring to take lessons
please phone 98 or call at 229 Fort
King avenue.
SPECIAL CLASS FOR CHILDREN

PROCL.13I.VTIOX

Callla Gaeral City election for De December
cember December Utn, 1019
WHEREAS, Tlie charter of the city
of Ocala and lavra of saM city enacted
In pursuance of said charter provide
for a general election to be held in said
citv on the second Tuesday in Decem

ber of the year 1917 and bi-enniallyi

thereafter for the election of olncers
of iald zty: and.

WHEHRAS, It is proviaea Dy saia
charter that an election for the office
of mayor and the offices of councilmen

for the 5econd and fourth wards of said

ANNOUNCEMENT
We are now prepared to give demonstrations
in the popular
& CRIP PS. BOOTH gJIX
to show its many new and striking features.
NEEDHAM BROTHERS
Opposite Harrington Hall HoteL Phcae 193

1'ARMERS AND TRUCK GROWERS

should use PHOSL1ME in connection

v ith other fertilizers which they axe

now using. Call on the John Dozier

Cumpany, Ocala, for the PHOSLIME

booklet and information how touuse
i'J'OSLlME to the best advantage,

uvC save money on fertilizers. PIIOS-

IME is a Marion county Soft Phos Phosphate
phate Phosphate product and is used extensirely
in South Atlantic states as well a
.New England and the Northern
states. Try this home product nd

save money .and increase tout nroflts.1 ouno11 aforesaid. I do hereby proclaim
' I1" 'vr. declare a general election in and

xx-o-xmi for the city of Ocala to be hew on

ciiy snail ie neiu -: iue aetuuu iucj-
day In December of this year; and,
WHEREAS. Pursuant to ordinance
of said city in "tfte premises the city

council of tha.city of Ocala has passed

a resolution-.calling upon me as mayor
of -Baidw,ttjC,to issue a proclamation
calilarg'Tfuch election, and in such res resolution
olution resolution did nam the clerks and inspec inspectors
tors inspectors of such election:

NOW THEUEFOUE, By virtue of
the authority reposed in me by law as
mayor of the city of Ocala, and pur

suant to the resolution of the city

FOR SALE (Wood Cut Order.)

Reduce the high cost of keeping com comfortable
fortable comfortable this winter by btrying your

wood cut ready to burn direct from
the producer, thereby savins: the
profits of the city wocd yard. Orders

filled anywhere in the city. Phone
39 M. C. P. Howell, Ocala. 4-m

Tie4y, tbe Oth Day of December, A.
D. 18 10,
at the regular voting places in said
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 following
lowing following named persons will act as of officers,
ficers, officers, respectively, f such election,
viz:
For Xlallot Box Marked A to L.
Clerk: F XV. Ditto.

AlDert j.

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Fire S-TTRra) A

Proof w U vUUiSi

Inspectors: H. A. Davies.

Give him an MEversharr" npncil for I Harriss. Jno. T. Moore.

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Christmas, the pencil with a reputa reputation.
tion. reputation. The Court Pharmacy." l-6t

Prudential
Life Insurance
The kind that insures'
Against want in old age,
Against raises in premium
The Prudential Idnd
See Ditto at once
F. W. Ditto.
- t Ocala, Florida.

For Ballot Box Marked 31 to Z

Clerk: EX. W. Clements.
Inspetcors: T. D. Lancaster, Jr.. J.
Frank Hall. Frank Gates.
IN WITNESS WHEREOF. I have
hereunto set my hand as mayor of the
city of Ocala, Florida, this the 5th day
of November. A. D. 1919.
J. E. CHACE,
Mayor of the City of Ocala.
Attest: U. C SISTRUNK.
(Seal) City Clerk. 11-7-Bt frl

For colds, take Nyals Laxacold

Tablets, 25c. AntJ-Monopoly Drug

Store. .2-tf

L. ALEXANDER
PRACTICAL CARPENTER
AND BUILDER -". V

careiui intimate s maa e on au uors

tract workT-'Xiives l'or-ta5 -Better

Work for' te Uey i than? another

Icctrsctor ia tha city.:

WIHlfiTE LDKl

Negotiable Storage Receipts Issued on Cotton, Automobiles, Etc.

LONG DISTANCE U0VUJS

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

Pltome 288

THE WMPSOM HMDTEIL
Jacksonville, Florida.

In the heart oi the city with Hemming Park for a front yard.
Every modern convenience ia eada rKsa. Dining rocra tsxTicj la
second to pone.
RATES-From $U0 per ay per pencajto ?X
ROBERT EL MEYER. J. EL IAVArJAUGI2,

. .. liana per. - Prciirtrr.

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LIFE

FIRE

A. E. GERIG
INSURANCE
Ocala? Florida
ACCIDENT AUTOMOBILE

A SURE WAY TO SAVE ON TIRES

Let us vulcanize all of your old used
ties which can possibly be saved in

mis way. uur vulcanizing process
rositively 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

tire account.
BLALOCK BEOS.
PPONE 78

Oklawaha Ave Ocala, FLa.1

Hand Sapolio-The

IdedforToiletaiidBslW

TempleTtteateF
MONDAY, DEC. 8TB.
GUS HILL'S
BRAND NEW OFFERING

JEFF'S

DREAM
"THE
BEST
YET"

THE ONE BIG LAUGH SHOW
Prices: 30c, 75c $1 and $1.50
Plus War Tas

Avoid the Flu

Profit by the experience of last
year When it cornea it i as sure
and as destructive as the cyclone.
Use the surest and best preventative.

Mr. Dick Dewey is quite ill at his
home on Sanchez street.

Stop! Have you tried Federal Bread,
the "best bread in the world." 20-tf

Mr. John Fletcher of Jacksonville is
in the city for a few days.
Perfume sets for Christmas at the
Court Pharmacy. l6t
Miss Anne Dodd of Anthony was

in the city shopping yesterday.

I

Wilbur Smith this week, when in
company with her sister, Miss Lilian
Smith, she will go to Miami for an
indefinite stay.
Tonight at the residence of Mr. and
Mrs. Charles. Cullen, the ladies of the
Episcopal church will honor the men
of the church and those who have any
connecting interest with the church at
a smoker. The hour for the guests
to arrive is 8 o'clock There will be
a musical program and other forms
of entertainment. This is a gathering
to bring more interest into the church
and all that are interested are cor

dially invited to come.

MEETING OF PARENT PARENT-TEACHER
TEACHER PARENT-TEACHER ASSOCIATION

A large shipment or waterman s j A11 cust0mers of Federal Bread are
Ideal Fountain Pens just in at Ceng's j satisfied customers. Ask them. 20-tf

Drug Store. 18-tf

Mr. Howard Lee of Eastlake was
in town today, combining business
ard pleasure.
Just received, a big shipment of
Parisian IvoT goods in manicure sets,
combs, brushes, mirrors, etc. Anti Anti-Monopoly
Monopoly Anti-Monopoly Drug Store. 2-tf
Mrs. J. D. Price and Mrs. M. L.
Smith of Mcintosh were shoppers in
the city Thursday.
Men's t)ress Shoes, $7.50 to $10:
Remember we are closing these out
at from $1 to $3 under value. Little's
Shoe Parlor. 5-6t

A chain is only as strong at He:

as its weakest link. Your
eyes may bo the weak 4A

link in your chain of ef- see. j$s
ficiency. .wv
DR. K. J. WEJHE,
Optometrist and Optician.
Eyesight Specialist

There will be no meeting of the
Woman's Club tomorrow on account
of Dr. E. Van Hood's funeral.

eVO Vvsve
Croup and Pneumnia
SALVE
In your nostrils by day, on your chest
by night. It will ward off colds and
keep the throat, lungs and nostril3
clear. Pleasant but strong. Made
from oil of the Yellow Pine.
Will not stain clothing like others.
Ask Your Dealer for it.
Co.
Montgomery, Ala.

Save your SUGAR and sweeten
your coffee with Saccharin Tablets.
Only 35 cents the hundred at Gerig's
Drug Store. 18-tf
Mrs. O. L. Feaster and Mrs. Z. C.
Herlong, prominent residents of Mic Mic-anopy,
anopy, Mic-anopy, were in the city today shop shopping.
ping. shopping.

Those dolls that you wish dressed
for Christmas can be beautifully out

fitted to please the most fastidious.

Call 308 for Carolyn Border, for ar arrangements.
rangements. arrangements. 12-4-3t

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

Call
Phone

74

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FORI
Coffins smcl Csislccfs

Furniture, Etc

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iy Phone 2531 Night Phones 511 and!395

L. HURST, MANAGER
0m

' ucaia fist.

gitoiia Street,

Opposite Court House.

YOUR CREDIT IS GOOD. "WHY PAY MORE"

Mrs. J. D. Robertson will entertain

at a dance at her home this evening,

honoring the Orlando basket ball team

and the Ocala team.

Mr. Raymond Dittmar of Fort

Pierce is again in the city, having
been called here on account of the

serious condition of Dr. E. Van Hood.

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UtLCJU

See Me
For All Classes 01
Stone, Brick, Wood,
and Concrete
Building

Don't foreet to send her that box of

Norris' exquisite vcandies for Christ Christmas.
mas. Christmas. The Court Pharmacy. l-6t

The Pyles & Perkins Company

moved yesterday into their new quar quarters,
ters, quarters, which have been entirely reno renovated
vated renovated and will make one of the most
up-to-date undertaking establish

ments in the state.

Genuine Seneca cameras. and films
for holiday gifts, at the Anti-Monopoly
Drug Store. 2-tf

Mrs. G. S. McCullough, formerly

Miss Bertie Smith of this city, arriv

ei from Washington last night and

will be the guest of her sister, Mrs.

3. fit. IcCaslull

The recently organized Parent Parent-Teacher
Teacher Parent-Teacher Association met yesterday
afternoon at the high school at 3:30
o'clock, and opened with a song by
several pupils of the intermediate
grades.
The president of the association,

Mrs. E. A. Osborne, asked Prof. J. H.
Brinson to introduce the speaker of

the afternoon. Prof. J. W. Norman
of the college of teachers at the Uni

versity of Florida. Prof. Norman rep

resents the extension department of

the state institution and gave a most

practical, helpful talk. Previous to

the ooeniner of the meeting he had

.vritten upon the blackboard the fol

icming themes, an dthe lecture con

Msted of an amplification of each in

the order in which they appeared:

1. If you wish to have good chil

dren, you must work at rearing them.

2. There is nothing in all the world

hat matters but human beings.

3. What can a parent-teacher as

sociation do?

(a) Understand each other.
(b) Understand children.
(c) Conserve the health of the

children.

(d) Make the school a social cen cen-er.
er. cen-er. (e) Help the child to select his

ife work.

Prof. Norman touched upon the

subject of low salaries of teachers as

compared with other workers, and the

need in the Ocala school of an audi

torium.

Following the lecture, a piano solo

was rendered by Miss Ruth Chaffee,

he business part of the meeting oc

copying the remainder of the after

noon'? proceedings.

The committee appointed at the in

itial meeting to draw up a constitu
tion and by-laws, reported. This com

mittee was composed of Mrs. C. M.

Brittain. Mrs. W. T. Gary and Miss

Cora Griffin, and the following con

stitution and by-laws were accepted

as lead:

Constitution

Article 1. Name. This organiza

tion shall be galled the Parent
Teacher Association of Ocala.

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U3BB3E3S F! SAL!

For the reason that our wholesale con confectionery
fectionery confectionery business is increasing rapidly, we
have decided to devote our energy and re resources
sources resources to this alone, and to offer for sale
our complete milling business.
We bought our machinery when prices
were low. This is a chance to buy the com complete
plete complete equipment for making old fashion Meal
Pearl Meal and Grits at less than half the
price ihe same equipment would cost today,.
Reasonable terms. Write of see us at once
R. CHAZAL & SONS COMPANY,

Ocala

Florida

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t0$ MERI AND ORIGINALITY

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Contractor
Phone 446. 728 Wenona

St.

VnAfW A MULTITUDE f STRA.iGE AND Zttj
Wjri-CUBI0U5 FEATURES FROM AH. JzfcU

Iclver & MacKay
UNDERTAKERS and EMBALMERS
PHONES 47. 104- 30
OCALA. FLORIDA

DR. 6. k. EDIUISTON
Vetcrinai, Physician and Surgeon
Phone 38 M
Ocala - Florida

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Article 2. Purpose. Its object
shall be to study the welfare of the

child in the home and school and com

munity and create a better mutual

understanding between parents and

teachers; to secure mutual co-opera

tion in all work for the interest of

the children and to establish mutual

sympathetic appreciation between

parent and teacher.

Article 3. Membership. Anyone
interested in the purpose for which

the association is organized, is quail

fied for membership.

Article 4. Officers. The officers of

this association shall be a president,
twb vice-presidents, a secretary and a

treasurer, elected annually.

Article 5. Meetings. Regular meet

ings of the association shall be held

on the second Thursday of each
month at 4 o'clock in the afternoon

in the high school building. The June

meeting shall be designated as the

annual meeting.

A ilr it Amonlm onfc 'I'hlC CdTl

stitution may be amended by unani- i

roous consent at any regular meet meeting
ing meeting when previous notice has been

given.
By-Laws

1. Elections. At the April meet

ing a nominating committee of five
shall be appointed by the president.
At the May 'meeting, this committee
shall report and the officers for the

.v.iit scholastic year shall be elected.
Nominations from the floor are always
in order. At the June, or annual
meeting, the new officers shall be in installed.
stalled. installed. 2. Standing Committees. The of

ficers and chairmen of standing com

mittees fchall constitute an executive;

orcmittee who shall assume general'!
reponsibiity. The following stand-'
committees shall be appointed by

:he president at the first meeting of
the scholastic year, namely: Pro Pro-ri
ri Pro-ri am, press, mother's council (mem (membership),
bership), (membership), campus and equipment.

3. Duties of Officers. The presi-

dent shall preside at all meetings;
hail appoint all committees, and act
as member of any on request. The
vice president shall preside in the ab ab-ieixe
ieixe ab-ieixe of the president, and in general
issist her in her work.
4. The secretary shall keep an ac accurate
curate accurate account of the proceedings of

ech meeting; be prepared at anylj

meeting to refer to the minutes oi
previous meetings; read communica communications,
tions, communications, send out notices of meetings,
furnish the names of committees to
their respective chairmen file all im-

tiportant letters; keep the roll and with
tii : ,i .. : ii : i

' tit jjruoiutrnt aiii ttn nil uoi iu;ib
er.. Tor the association.
! 5 The treasurer shall receive all
mcney and pay out the same on order
of the nresident. secretary and chair-

men of the standing committees.
15 Keep an account of all receipts and
i tflkticAttnmf (! nnl VArAV -.ri4

request.
The accepted constitution and by bylaws
laws bylaws providing for two vice presi presidents,
dents, presidents, whereas only one had been
elected at the- previous meeting, and
the office of treasurer being separated
freni that of secretary, Mrs. C. M.
Brittain" was elected second vice pres president,
ident, president, and Mrs. J. L. Edwards treas treasurer.
urer. treasurer. This was a very interesting meet meet-and
and meet-and enthusiasm in the Parent Parent-Tescher
Tescher Parent-Tescher Association of Ocala is grow growing
ing growing steadily.

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Will Exhibit at
OCALA
Two Performances
SATURDAY

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What the Athens Herald says of Mellville's Comedians:
The first performance of Mellvill's Comedians plpa .ed
morlhan two thousand people last night in the big $10,000
tent on the high school campus. Between 500 and 1000
others were turned awav because the management feared

the tent would be overcrowded. The title of the play was "The Broken Commandment," and that it pleased the audience very much
was proven by the hearty applause that greeted every" act. Bert Mellville, comedian, was the hit of the evening,, but Miss Lillian
De Armond and Joe Haggerty and others of the company also received hearty approval. The company as a whole was good and is
the best hat has ever shown in the city. There were a variety of acts displaying comedians, musicians and actors of much ability.
While of course the play by the company of thirty is tho headliner at eSr'pfcxfbrcance, the audience is cheered up and kept from
a tiresome wait between acts by, a variety of pleasing specialties. Athena tel' August. 7.

OCALA STOCKYARDS

Northern markets have improved
sliphtly, and Jacksonville is about the
STime as last week.
Tuesday Dec. 9th, next marekt day.
Bring in the fat ones and let the
thin stuff and young ones-stay on feed
until after Christmas.
OCALA STOCK YARDS.

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you instant relief. Sold in Ocala oaJy
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