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OGALA, FLORIDA, TUURSDAY, DECEMBER 11, 1919.
VOL. 26, NO. 295
WILL RETURN AT
OUT AT HE
FROM THE FLOOD
It is Expected that by Tomorrow Coal
Mines Will Again be in
Indianapolis, Dec. 11 With but one
dissenting vote the general committee
of the United Mine Workers of Amer America
ica America in. session here, yesterday after afternoon,
noon, afternoon, voted to accept President Wil Wilson's
son's Wilson's proposal for immediate return
to work pending final, settlement of
their wage controversy with operators
by a commission to be appointed by
Telegrams were sent out last night
to the four thousand locals of the
union by international officials of the
mine workers instructing the men to
return to work immediately.
WILL BE BUSY NEXT WEEK
Indianapolis, Dec. 11. General op operation
eration operation of the soft coal mines is pre predicted
dicted predicted for tomorrow. Coal will be
moving rapidly by the first of next
week," in the opinion of operators here.
Officials of the United Mine Workers
who last night sent telegrams to the
different locals telling of the miners'
general committee here yesterday ac accepting
cepting accepting President Wilson's proposal
to return to work, are confident there
will be no delay on the part of mem members
bers members of the union in returning to the
Intend to Send Delegation to Paris to
Show They are Unable to Meet
Demands of Entente
Beerlin, Dec. 11. The foreign af affairs
fairs affairs committee of the national as assembly
sembly assembly decided today to send a mis mission
sion mission of experts to Paris with an ex exact
act exact list of all dock material in Ger Germany
many Germany in an effort to demonstrate to
the supreme council the impossibility
of Germany carrying out the Entente
demands as- contained in the notes
handed to the German delegation at
Head of Russian Northwestern Gov Government
ernment Government Says Action Will
PERHAPS WE'LL ASSUAGE
Editor 'Star: I am a tax payer of
Marion county but do not live in it.
I was greatly disappointed because
the bond issue for good roads failed
to carry. It is nothing less than a
calamity to the entire county. I feel
sorry for the man whc is so short shortsighted
sighted shortsighted as to vote against the most
important factor of modern progress.
What if the state should locate the
great highway around Marion county
and not through it? Is a people en entitled
titled entitled to the benefits of good roads
who are unwilling to pay for them ?
Poor old Marion! All honor to those
who voted for the bonds.
Respectfully, W. J. Carpenter.
St. Petersburg, Dec. 6th.
EASTERN STAR NOTICE
Stockholm, Dec. 11. A new offens offensive
ive offensive against Petrograd is being plan planned,
ned, planned, according to an interview with
C. G. Lionozow, head of the Russian
northwest government, printed in
a Helsingfors newspaper.
DEATH OF A LITTLE BOY
Like Israelites of Old, They Know
Not What to Do with
Little Richard Jones, five years old,
died yesterday afternoon at the Mar Marion
ion Marion County Hospital from the effects
of a rattlesnake bite. The little boy
with his parents came to Candler
from Connecticut several weeks ago
to spend some time with relatives
there, and while out playing yester yesterday
day yesterday little Richard encountered a rat rattlesnake
tlesnake rattlesnake and not knowing the danger,
poked his finger at the snake, which
struck andbit him. He was immed immediately
iately immediately brought to the hospital but the
poison had gone too far into the
child's system for medical treatment
to counteract it. The body was pre prepared
pared prepared for shipment to the home of the
family in Connecticut by Mclver &
MacKay. Friends of these people
deeply sympathize with them in their
SINN FEINER IN SOAK
On account of the band concert to tonight
night tonight at the Temple, the meeting of
the Eastern Star will open at 7 o'clock
sharp. Isabel Weston, W. M.
Dublin, Dec. 11.- Thomas Kelly, a
Sinn Fein member of the house of
commons, was arrested in a number
of raids by the police and military to today.
day. today. FANCY WORK SALE
W. A. SESSOMS, COUNTY AGENT! The guilds of Grace Episcopal
church will hold a sale of aprons and
Office in court, house on second fpney work articles at the Affleck
floor. House 8 to 8:30 a. m. every day Millinery Parlors Wednesday, Dec. 17,
and all day on Saturdays. Live at the at 10:30 a. m.
Colonial hotel and can be found there! :
at night. J Skates at THE BOOK SHOP. 10-3t
Berne, Dec. 11. Hungary will re return
turn return to a monarchy soon, according to
a statenif-nt made to the Associated
Pi ess by a Swiss traveler just return returned
ed returned from Budapest. Nearly ninety-five
per cent of the people would vote for
the return of a monarchy, he says, but
they are still uncertain who will be become
come become king.
A CURT ANSWER
Paris, Dec. 11. The supreme coun council
cil council has answered the message from
Premier Huszar, of Hungary, in
which he asserted that has been de delay
lay delay in sending Hungarian delegates
to Neuilly because some of them arc
prisoners in Rumania. The "council
refused to enter into discussion of
the matter and renewed its invitation
to Hungary to send representatives
ABOUT THE BEST
EVER IN OCALA
Ocala has possibly seen some as
god plays as Pollyanna, but never one
any better. There was a homelike in interest
terest interest in it that caught and held the
audience from the time the curtain
wentup until the finale.
Pollyanna (Miss Viola Harper),
coming like a burst of sunshine into
the shady quiet of a New England
village, caught everybody's eyes and
captured their hearts the moment
she stepped on the stage. The prime
proof of her merit is that the women
fell in love with her as well as the
People are so familiar with Pilly Pilly-anna
anna Pilly-anna that it is useless to detail the
story here. Suffice it to say that as
presented by Klaw & Erlanger it is
one that can be viewed with interest
not once but many times, and all who
saw it Ias night would be glad if it
would play a return dafe.
A good many people complain that
they can't tell ahead just what the
merits of a theatrical performance
will be, and this causes many to miss
some good shows
almost infallible test of the merits of
a production and that is:
Who is the producer? In the last
few years there have entered into the!
theatrical world a
Report of Battle Between French and
Italians is Published with
Paris, Dec. 11. French troops
have clashed with D'Annunzio's-Trol-unteers
at Fieume and many were
killed and wounded on both sides, ac according
cording according to a Geneva dispatch, printed
by the Petit Parisien, with reservations.
NOTICE TO WOODMEN
All members of the Woodmen of
the World are earnestly urged to at attend
tend attend the meeting of the Marion Coun County
ty County Woodmen Association, to be held
at Ocala Friday night, December 12.
Past Head Consul J. Mack Towne of
Tampa, will be present and speak on
what was done at the St. Louis meet meeting.
ing. meeting. Chas. K. Sage, Secretary.
Mail them early and avoid disap disappointment.
pointment. disappointment. The coal strike has caused
a reduction of train service on some
railroads, and further curtailment will
doubtless be necessary as the strike
continues. This condition makes the
early mailing of Christmas parcels
this year more than usually impor important.
tant. important. R. F. Rogers,' Postmatser.
Toys, Toys. Toys at THE BOOK
SHOP Toy Store. 10-3t
Ocala, Fla., Dec. 3rd, 1919.
The board of county commissioners
met in regular session with all mem members
bers members present.
Mr. W. C. Henderson tendered his
resignation as mark and brank in inspector
spector inspector for precinct No. which was
Warrants were ordered drawn on
the agricultural fund in favor of Mar Marion
ion Marion County Fair and Agricultural As Association
sociation Association in the sums of $250, $75, $50
and $25 for premiums on agricultural
The board considering the petition
But there is one Presented at November meeting ask-
mg tne ooara to aeea ine oia jau
building and a sufficient lot to the
trustees of the Afro-American Hos Hospital'
pital' Hospital' to be used for hospital purposes
imh01. f first. i only, and being favorable, to said
clas pioducers who are not yet wide- j Petition, delegated Commissioner
iy known. Our people, of course, aretCa to h.av! th lo surveyed pre pre-noi
noi pre-noi familiar with the names of these. Pfratory ;to having- deed drawn as
Tho play last night was produced by;
Kluw-Erlaiiger and G. C. Tyler, twoi
, & L ID) M A N 9 S
Coffins an Caslcefs,
FuFiiifiiFC, Ef c.
Day Phone 253; Nlgbt Phones 511 and 395
L. HURST, MANAGER
Magnolia Street, CfeOSHlsl IP1 5
Opposite Court House. HJfcaKS IT lG
YOUR CREDIT IS GOOD. "WHY PAY MORE"
OCALA STEAM LAUNDRY
-:- PHONE 101 -:-
above set forth.
Action of the board at a previous
of the best and biggest producers in ; SLSl SSZ
, i ,., ...i I lamina toiiULU auu name x ,t.uva,
11 those who are interested in goodT8 ?ed: anJ B,d Pltl.onS, Te'
entertainment, will clip out the f oUow- j ferre( to )he board of public instruc instruc-ing
ing instruc-ing list of first-class producers, it will fo f"rtr investigation.
assist them greatly in judging the Mf G. W. Neville appeared before
m0H( Af vnJL. the board and presented estimate ap-
iivivo v-- vnv uuv no
Henry W. Savage.
Klaw-Erianger, George Tyler.
Cohan and Harris.
Lee and J. J. Schubert.
F. Ray Comstock and Morris Gest.
Selwyn & Company.
The farmers of Marion county have
proved by J. R. Moorhead. engineer
in charge, of work done by Barnes
Construction company in the Dunnel Dunnel-lon
lon Dunnel-lon special road and bridge district in
the month of November, in the
amount of $5,087.93, which was ap
proved by the board and sent to the
trustees of said district for payment.
A letter was received from F. M.
White in regard to road conditions,
which was referred to 'Commissioner
The board decided to appropriate
recently organized a number of local or W county demonstra-
unions, the largest membership being for fiscal year beginning Oct. 1st,
;Lu. un i i 1219, said appropriation including do-
i t u:v nation of the Munroe & Cnambliss
also organized a county union, which :tT . i -o iT
roso. v, u ,,4--.t ; National uanK.
UlCCia Xu BUIllC IJUlllly ill cue tUUUUY c c-1 .
Af ,.nfLfltJ The board considered the applica-
A, J bill V. IllVitlilOt J. A. X V V AA It AltVV W
in? at Fellowship a number of prom
tions for mother's and. widow's pen
' : 1 ,v 1
inent sneakers were on hand to ex-:5101?' ro.v UV?. V;
fu.. r ,-by tne Doara oi pumic instruction ana
VJia.ui anno auu uikciibiutio vuc i ....
oi ganization. One of the quarterly pante the following, payments to
v. lu -v,.i.. be made as soon as funds are avail-
iiiccniifia win uc uciu aiiui lyi v 111
We are now prepared to give demonstrations
in the popular
i C RIP' F-H POT H g lX
to show its many new and striking features.
Opposite narringtoa HaU HoteL Phone 193
n e Justma Redely Georgetown, $11;
... a i4..A :!Obeha Fmley, Ocala, $13; Annie E.
the project. Among the other speak-le DunlloTn' $11LGTlS
ers invited to be present at the Ocala' v X f Vr
y,co;r i,fl Tvr. t?u j; i fcallie Wynn, Ucala, $17.
of the Florida marketing bureau. PAlThjS?rtlon e
& 5th. 1919. erantine widow's Dens ion
Large stock of Cameos and Bar of. ? rs Sallie E. Wynn was re-
Pins at THE BOOK SHOP. 10-3t
Mrs. Eva Tyner being reported
Beautiful China at THE BOOK married, was ordered stricken from
Qlinr m?f me pauper iisi.
rauper allowance oi xor. jacicson
was ordered increased to $10 per
A I il linn nf" tlin;o f Vi i L- f n K1 ofa
. l; i;t- rrTTTmontn.
SPECIALTY SHOP, A. E. GERIG. .iw if' V
jHorne, at $3 per month and Aunt
Jude Goode care Ellen Roberts, Ocala,
Must be the Conference Between
Clemenceau and Lloyd George
Now Going On
London, Dec. 11. Premier Clemen-
ceau arrived here this morning. Dur
ing his stay in London he will confer
with Premier Lloyd George and Ital Italian
ian Italian Foreign Minister Sciaola.
The two prime ministers began
their private conferences immediate
ly. It is generally expected that the
discussions will last through today
and tomorrow. Lloyd George aban abandoned
doned abandoned his usual Thursday visit to the
house of commons in order to place
his entire time at Clemenceau's disposal.
IRISH BILL PUT OFF
Introduction of the Irish bill in the
house of commons was again post postponed
poned postponed today.
ADRIATIC QUESTION UP
Andrew Bonar Law, the govern
ment leader, hinted in the house of
commons today that the Adriatic
trouble was subject to discussion be-
tween Uemencgau, Sciaola and Lloyd
George, as were also the Russian sit situation
uation situation and Turkey. He gave no indi indication
cation indication of the course of the confer
u. d. a
As Fast as Teutons Give Up on One
Point They Advance
Paris, Dec. 11. The German reply
to the supreme council's note demand demanding
ing demanding signing of the peace protocol has
been received, according to the In Intra
tra Intra nsigeant, and is being translated
by the German delegation. The news newspaper
paper newspaper declares. the reply is substan substantially
tially substantially a capitulation on the Scapa
Flow question and a proposal to dis discuss
cuss discuss other points.
EXCELLENT 3IUSIC AT
TEMPLE THIS EVENING
The Daughters of the Confederacy
will meet Friday at 3 o'clock p. m. at
the residence of Mrs. R. G. Blake.
There will be an election of officers
and a full attendance is requested.
Friday, 12: Tom Moore in "Heart-
Saturday, 13: William Desmond in
"Sage Brush Hamlet."
Monday, 15: Norma Talmage in
"De Luxe Annie."
Tuesday, 16: Enid Bennett in "Furs
Wednesday, 17: George Walsh in
"The Winning Stroke."
Thursday, 18: Billy Burke in "The
Friday, 19: Madge Kennedy in
"Leave It to Susan."
Saturday, 20: H. B. Warner in
Monday, 22: Mitchell Lewis in "The
Code of the Yukon."
Tuesday, 23: "Bringing up Father."
Wednesday, 24: Ray and Fair in
"The Lost Princess."
Thursday, 25: Marguerite Clark in
Friday, 26: Louis Bennison in
Saturday, 27: All Star Cast in "The
House of Intrigue."
Monday, 29: Alice Brady in "The
Tuesday, 30: Coburn's Minstrels.
Wednesday, 31: William Russell in
Vessella's Band Comes With High
Recommendations from All Parts
of the Country.
People who attend the concert giv given
en given by Vessella's band at the Temple
this evening may be assured of hear hearing
ing hearing music of the best type. This
musical aggregation has high praise
from all, including a number of our
own people, who have heard it. All
pronounce it one of the best in the
country, and it should be greeted with
Fourteen Lives Lost and Millions of
Dollars Worth of Property
The great Christmas 'sale that is
ging on at Frank's store is meeting
with success, despite the inclemency
of the weather. Yesterdav the store
was crowded throughout the day, and
there were many large sales made.
The first fjfty customers were given
twenty chances at drawing some very
handsome prizes, such as silk stock stockings,
ings, stockings, dainty lingerie, etc. If you are
looking for a real good bargain do not
neglect stopping in at Frank's.
Tomorrow afternoon at 3 o'clock
a meeting of the Shakspere class will
be held at the Woman's Club.
Jacob's, candv. "the irood kind." in
fu.cy Christmas packages, 25c. to $20
tne dox. Anti-Monopoly Drugstore, tf
We buy all kinds of furs. Ocala
Exchange and Hide Co. C-lm
Atlanta, Dec. 11. Fourteen deaths
are thus far attributed to the floods in
Mississippi, Alabama and Georgia
and the property daamge is estimated
as running probably into the millions.'
Nearly three thousand persons are
homeless in Mississippi on account of
the flood, one thousand at Hattiesburg
and more than one thousand at Merid Meridian.
ian. Meridian. Railroad traffic in the flood area
has virtually been stopped.
The death list includes three ne negroes
groes negroes drowned at Hattiesburg when
a rescue boat carrying nine over overturned;
turned; overturned; three drowned near Atlanta;
two killed in Mississippi when two
trains ran into washouts; one negro
drowned at Meridian and two whites
and three negroes drowned in various
parts of Alabama.
Hundreds are marooned in various
sections on account of the high wa waters.
ters. waters. Some streams are still rising
and with the swift currents rescue
work with small boats is hazardous.
CARD OF THANKS
FROM MR. SIMMONS
To the Voters:
I desire to express my thanks to
those who supported me in the elec election
tion election Tuesday, and gave me the hand handsome
some handsome majority shown over my oppon
ent. I shall try to merit the confi confidence
dence confidence shown in me during the term of
my office as councilman by giving my
best services to the city's welfare.
C. E. Simmons,
Councilman-Elect Ward Two.
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. CaU
phone 393. 29-tf IL A. Bouvier.
Hear Vessella's band and then get
its Victor records at THE BOOK
Ten pair Ladies' Gray Boots, sizes
2 to 6, to close out at $10. Worth at
least $12. Little's Shoe Parlor. 5-6t
Candler, Dec. 11. Mr. and Mrs.' tVl- n,0
A i j r
T C Vh f m M V OTTAWA W.l A.WA4
Roth accompanied by their grand-1 It wag ordered nt salary of fer fer-son,
son, fer-son, Henry Dell Roth were recent j n at Eureka ferry and Graham.
visitors from Gainesville to Ue ihome, ville ferry be raised to $40 per
of Mrs Roths parents, Mr. and Mrs. monthf and Mlapy of ferryman at
tnris Kline. . iHeaster Island be raised to $15 per
Mrs. Robert McClain is in Tarapa jj
on account of the illness of her Communication was received from
daughter, Mrs Arthur Williams. This Casminski. janitor at court
was Mrs. Williams girlhood homejhouse asking a nise salary which
and her many friends hope that m WJ1K r0nsidprpH hv the hoar, and not
' tne near iuiure sne wm De restoreu
Mrs. Charles Mathews spent the
Commissioner Carn made report
that the trustees of the Afro-Ameri-
past week on the Mathews farm at can Hospital agreed that if the old
Santos. Irnnntv fail huiTHin tinA nf?iipTit
Mr. and Mrs. Gamble and daughter, iot were deed tjjem to uscd as a
have arrived from Georgia and have
taken possession of their home, for-
merlv the McKinley property.
Mi'ss Alice Richie of Washington,
D. C, is spending her vacation with
Mr. and Mrs. John Haller.
Mrs. Hilty of Oklahoma is visiting
Mrs. C. W. Quick.
colored hospital, slid property to re revert
vert revert to the county in case it ceased to
be used for above purpose, that they
would care : for one patient per month
on direction of the board, free of
charge, and all other patients sent to
(Concluded on Fourth Page)
Shady, Dec. 11. Some of the good
people here p.re moving, getting ready
for the incoming year and its work.
Mr. and Mrs. "Sherman Holland will
live on the J. H. J. Counts farm. Mr.
and Mrs. Bowen are moving from the
Coggins cottage into the Holloway
bungalow on the Shady road. Mr.
Bowen and Mr. Timmons expect to
join forces and as both are good
farmers we are expecting something
good in the .crop line..
. Mrs. J. H. Roller is enjoying a visit
from her son-in-law and daughter,
Mr. and Mrs. Clifford M. Strain of In Indiana.
diana. Indiana. Mr. and Mrs. George Davis and
baby, Misses Abbie Stoke sand Ethel
Reynolds of Inglis, visited Mrs.
George Turner and family Saturday
Rev. Padgett of Fort McCoy preach
ed here Sunday afternoon to a large
Mr. and Mrs. Hardister of Oak, at attended
tended attended services here Sunday.
The usual Shady crowd of merry merrymakers
makers merrymakers had visitors from Inglis,
Ocala and Calvary Saturday night, at
the candy boiling. Mrs. Seth Tubbs
entertained in her gracious manner
and the hands of the clock pointing to
twelve was the signal to go home,
which all reluctantly did, voting it the
sweetest entertainment so far.
Tastes differ. To some the music
of a steam piano is preferred to any
other kind, but Sunday night when a
bunch of 'teen age boys and girls
gathered at Spring Hill and raised
their sweet, fresh voices in hymns
and Christmas carols, we felt that
nothing could excel this music in this
world. We hope a bunch of them will
sing MUncle Ben" a Christmas carol
some night 'ere long in the wee sma
hours as he retires from his weary
day's work. Methinks it would
toothe him to slumber as nothing
else. (Try it. Editor).
value in $2.00 Boxes
' Parisian Ivory MirSSc8easories
CandieS 'odness Knows They're Good"
Perfumes and perS?
Domestic and Imported
The kind he likes
, Make your selection while
the assortment is complete
G. C. GREEN & CO.
Service audi QaaaMy
are the important features of our business. Satisfaction is assured
to buyers. Lt us serve you. A select line of recleaned
Fulghum, Ninety-Day and Rust Proof Oats.
Now is the time to put in your orders for spring planting of
CANTALOUPES BEANS FIELD CORN
OCALA SEEP T)
Our Jewelrv has been carefully se
lected and is of the newest design.
THE BOOK SHOF. lU-iJt
CHRISTMAS CARDS in profusion
at THE BOOK SHOP. 10-3t
Genuine Seneca cameras and films
for holiday gifts, at the Anti-Monopoly
Drug Store. 2-tf
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
charge of One Dollar per couple will
All those desiring to take lessons
please phone 98 or call at 229 Fort
SPECIAL CLASS FOR CHILDREN
OCALA EVENING STAB. THURSDAY, DECEMBER 11, 1919
GALA VEIII1IG STAR
'ubllMhed ETerr Dbt EXMnt Snnifir kv
STAR PUBLISHING COMPANY
OF OCALA, FLA.
II. 11. Carroll, President
V. Ltavfnjtood, Secret ary-Treaarer
J. II. Benjamin. Editor
the first possible minute to explain to
them. Mr. Hunter is not only a good
American but a good sport. He says
Mr. Simmons will make a firstclass
alderman and he expects to give him
loyal support during his term of office.
STATE FAIR OF 1919
WAS A GREAT SUCCESS
THE KING'S DAUGHTERS
Entered at Ocala, la., postofflce as
BICMll&uIt ASSOCIATED PRESS
The Associated Press is exclusively
entitled for the u.se for republication of
all news dispatches credited to it or
not otherwise credited in this paper
and also the local news published
nerein. All rights of republication of
special dispatches herein are also reserved.
One year, in advance
Six months, in advance....
Chree months. In advance.
ne month, in advance....
One year, in advance
Six months, in advance...,
Three months. In advance.,
One month, in advance...,
- ine city election being over, we
hereby extend the amnesty granted to
Gov. Catts to all persons whatsoever.
Elsewhere will be found a notice
from Mr. Wm. A. Sessoms, our new
county agent. Mr. bessoms is a very
.capable man, and we. are sure our
farmers are going to like him.
The Christmas holidays are rapidly
approaching and the King's Daugh
ters take this method of asking recog
nition of their work, from all the
citizens and charitably minded of
Ocala, for the poor and needy, in the
way of contributions of checks and
money. Deeply grateful for all just
and generous favors, we are looking
forward to our kind friends and loyal
supporters, that our funds may be so
generously increased that we can
bring cheer and gladness to all desti
The following committees are ap
pointed, to receive donations. All
checks should be made to Mrs.
Charles Rheinauer, treasurer. Com
mittee: Mrs. W. W. Clyatt, secretary;
Mrs. Fred Weihe, custodian; Mrs. H.
C. Packham, corresponding secretary;
Mrs. B. D. Blackburn. Mrs. George
MacKay, Mrs. Van Engelken, Mrs. M.
A. Ten Eyck.
Mrs. C. L. Bittinger, President.
Mrs. A. L. Izlar, Vice-Pres.
Mrs. W. W. Clyatt. Secretary.
The Star recommends that when the
new council is organized that Mr
Simmons be given the chairmanship
of the light and water committee,
position he is particularly fitted to fill
The Star has received from Santa
Claus Joe Earman of West Palm
Beach a check for one hundred dol dollars
lars dollars to help make Christmas brighter
fov the girls of the Ocala Industrial
School. This money shall be put at
the disposal of Miss Davis, superin superintendent
tendent superintendent of the school, and she and her
girls shall decide just how they want
to invest it. They are going to have
one of the merriest of Christmasses,
and in no place in theworld will Santa
Claus Earman be more appreciated.
Seems as tho' the coal strike is over,
and seems as tho' the strikers have
won. They have not gained all they
wanted, but they have gained some,
and in no way will they be punished
for the loss and suffering they have
brought upon the country by their
Hunlike methods. They have how however
ever however taught the people of America a
bitter lesson, and brought nearer the
day whan "organized labor," unless it
speedily learns wisdom, will have to
fight for its life against an outraged
people. Americans must either get
together and fight for their rights
against the classes, of which organiz organized
ed organized labor has become the most tyran tyrannical,
nical, tyrannical, or sink into serfdom.
We often make mistakes in editing
this sheet. When they do ho harm,
we let them pass, but when they cast
make some more, but when they cast
a reflection on anyone it is time to ex explain.
plain. explain. The headline, "Ocala Went
American" in Wednesday's paper
over the city election returns was in intended
tended intended to apply solely to the mayor mayoralty
alty mayoralty contest, as was proven by the
second head below it, but the item
itself gave the returns for the elec election
tion election of aldermen, and therefore cast
an unintended and undeserved slur
on Mr. C. W. Hunter, the only alder-
manic candidate defeated. All three LMrs
of the gentlemen are good Americans,
and friends of the Star, and we are
far from wishing to make a slighting
remark about any. We don't know
any better American than Charlie
Hunter. He served fifteen years, in
the regular army, including the time
of the Spanish-American war, won
promotion on his merits, and made
such a good record that, altho over
age, he was recommended straight
from civil life to a captaincy during
the last month of the war, the recom recommendation
mendation recommendation was approved, and he was
on the point of leaving for Camp
Johnston x when the armistice was
signed and the army ceased taking in
men. Our only excuse for making
such a blunder is that when writing
we were trying to attend to two or
three other things at the same time.
We do not need to explain this mat matter
ter matter to Mr. Hunter, who knows we
would not cast such a reflection on
him, but as a great many others have
put. a construction on the item that
its headline would imply, we take
Weirsdale, Dec. 11. There will be
a New Era conference at the church
here next Saturday evening and Sun Sunday,
day, Sunday, Dec. 13-14. Every one is invited
to come. A basket dinner is planned
for Sunday. Stereopticon views and
address will be given Saturday eve
ning at 7:30.
Mrs. E. Simpson, Mrs. A. N. Cam
eion, Rev. and Mrs. E. C. Albertson
and Miss Carrie Albertson returned
last week from Jacksonville, where
they attended the state fair.
Friends of Miss Minnie Albertson
are very glad to know she will be here
for a few weeks recuperating after
having her tonsils removed and other
treatment at St. Luke's hospital, in
Miss Ella Goerke of Watonga, Ok
lahoma. arrived last Wednesday to
spend the winter Here with friends.
Rev. E. C. Albertson, J. D. Albert-
son, Miss Carrie Albertson and J. M
Douglas motored to DeLand last Sun
Thirty-two new members were add
ed to the Presbyterian church here on
Sunday, Nov. 30, and two, Sunday,
Dec. 7. as a result of Rev. Grant's
revival meeting here during Novem
The folks around Weirsdale are al
mighty sorry that everybody didn't
want a decent and respectable road to
travel over. We are not fond of the
bumpy condition of our present road
The following are the members of
the Lake Weir branch of the Marion
County Chapter of the Red Cross.
North Lake: Dr. Herr, Mr Appel
Mrs. Appel, Mr. Frank Wilson, Mrs
Frank Wilson, Mr. and Mrs. Armenia
Mi. and Mrs. C. Rheinauer, Miss Ar
menia, Mrs. Herr.
Eastlake: Mr. and Mrs. A. Wynn
Mrs. F. M. Hall, Mr. and Mrs. J. J.
Knoblock, Mr. and Mrs. Schroder, J.
Joslyn, Miss S. J. Rogers, Mr. and
Mrs. J. E. Klock, Mrs. Ida Mariner,
Mrs. B. N. Miller, W. R. Lee, Eleanor
Lee, Elizabeth Lee.
Stanton: Mrs. E. E. Reed, Mr. and
Mrs. V. P. Kelsey. Mrs. J. E. Brown,
Mrs. W. L. Bard, Mrs. W. A. Guthery,
Mrs. A. S. J. McKinney, Dr. and Mrs.
E. B. Lytle.
Weirsdale: Mrs. H. L. Straub, Mrs.
A. N. Cameron, Mrs. J. M. Douglas,
Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Walling, Mr. and
E. B. Walling, Mrs. Harvey
Kimball, Mrs. A. M. Reed, Mr. and
Mrs. H. H. Reed, A. T. Reed, Mr. and
Mrs. R. D. Douglas, J. M. Douglas, A.
N. Cameron, Mrs. E. Simpson, Mrs.
J. H. Jacoby, Mr. J. H. Jacoby, Mr.
End Mrs. R. L. Lytle, H. L. Straub,
Mrs. Amelia Straub, Mr. and Mrs. M.
E. Albertson, E. H. Albertson, Mr.
end Mrs. M. C. Wilson, A. C. Thomas,
Mrs. A. C, Smith, Mrs. C. S. Gates,
Mr. and Mrs. T. B. Snook, Miss Mar Margaret
garet Margaret Snook, Miss Grace Snook, Ben
Rheinauer, Miss H. L. Simpson, E.
Pchnitzler, Miss Louise Schmid. Miss
Carrie Frank, George Learning, Mr.
rnd Mrs. J. P. DeVaney, Miss Olive
Lake Weir: Mrs. R. L. Martin, Mr.
and Mrs. Tom Russell, James Russell,
I Irs. Mary Russell, Mr. and Mrs. M.
S. Westover, Miss Emma Cheneworth,
Miss Johanna Russell, D. Driggers. B.
Baker, R. L. Martin, Mr. and Mrs. C.
G. Race, O. H. Dowling, A. Scott.
Oklawaha: Mr. and Mrs. J. T.
Lewis, Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Marshall,
Editor Star: In replying to your
request for an article on the state
fair just closed in Jacksonville, I wish
j explain that my duties there were
such that it was impossible to see
and study exhibits as one should in
order to report them correctly. But
udging from the general appearance
of the entire exposition, and from ex
pressions made by those high up m
such affairs, the Florida State Fair
of 1919 was a wonderful success, in
fact, it was considered the very best
The unusual climatic conditions for
his season of the year, made it pos
sible for all sections of the state to
be well represented with all kinds of
fruit and vegetables and such horti horticultural
cultural horticultural exhibits as their respective
counties produce. The result was
hat each county exhibiting presented
a show that was wonderfully interest
ing as wel las a marvel to those from
other states who were there to be
shown what could be done on Fior Fior-idi's
idi's Fior-idi's soil.
On entering the agricultural build-
. A A 1
lrg, looKing to tne rignt, was me
tropical counties of Dade and Palm
Beach, with their marvelous array of
tropical fruits, vegetables and gen
eral collection of all things good and
beautiful. A little further down the
line was a general collection of sugar
cane exhibited from various parts of
the state, which was such a fine ex
hit it as to make us wonder why all
this shortage of sugar.
Next were Lake and Marion coun
ties, each in their glory of unequalled
possessions. Marion county having
held the state championship on agri
cultural exhibit for the past year,
showed plainly that she was again in
the race and that in order to take the
cup away, some county must get
busy, but there were a number of
counties that got busy a year ago
and stayed busy to the finish. Lake
county, as I understand it, was out
more through loyalty and to adver
tise than to win prizes. Their num
ber of lakes, some splendid mounted
fish, with once in a while a really,
truly fish story, made their booth
Next came Alachua, which county
was the winner of the grand prize
two-years ago. In this booth was a
grand assortment of all things grown
in that section and the exhibit was
greatly admired. Across from this
was a booth devoted to the interests
of the Florida State College for Worn
en. of which every Floridian is very
proud. Next to this was the splendid
exhibit on dairy worK wnicn means
more to our state than we realize.
But I must hasten on, regretting as I
do that for reasons already mention
ed I can not name all exhibits in de
St. Lucie county had a booth of
wondrous beauty, showing careful se selection
lection selection and artistic arrangement. It
will be well to watch out for St. Lucie
next year. The home demonstration
booth was as usual the center of much
admiration, the canning club girls and
the corn club boys doing their ful
part toward the success of the fair.
This takes us to the booths on the
opposite side of the building. Brad
ford county, always good, was unusu
ally good this year. Annexed to their
booth was a display from the state
convict farm at Raiford that attract
ed a great deal of attention, showing
the splendid training, industries and
equipment of this state institution,
Citrus county was well represented as
were a number of others not entering
the ring for championship honors.
Franklin county displayed a won
derfully attractive booth, with its
varied line of fish and oyster indus
tries. It was indeed a revelation to
see what this county has to offer and
again we ask why not more of our
heme canned eoods? DeSoto was
there in all of its attractiveness, pos
sibly some of the largest pineapples
ever grown in Florida being a part of
One of the finest displays of the
fair was that of Lee county, its pro products
ducts products being tropical and otherwise
and very beautifully arranged. Leon
county made a specialty of its dairy
work, creating much interest on such
Aragon hotel to all exhibitors, mem members
bers members of the fair association and dis distinguished
tinguished distinguished guests, at which time a
number of speeches were made by
prominent men of the state. The
thought running through c-ach of
those speeches was that the Florida
State Fair just closing was a very
wonderful success, and judging from
the number of counties who are go going
ing going back for that cup next year, it is
going to at least be interesting.
WANTED. LOST, FOUND, FOR
SALE. FOR RENT A.ND SIM
ILAR LOCAL NEEDS
RATES Six line maximum, one
ime, 26c.; three times, 50c.; six times
75c; one month $3. Payable in advance.
REWARD I will pay a suitable re
ward for return of male pointer dog
ost last Friday. Has liver spots on
head and back; balance of body white.
Fred Malever. 10-Ct
FOR SALE One cow. fresh; one
good work horse cheap. Apply to J.
C. Howell. 12-10-6t
FOR RENT Five room house, No.
704 South Third street. Possession
January 1st, 1920. Apply to Dr. J.
W. Hood. 11-Ct
WANTED At once, bookkeeper. Per Permanent
manent Permanent position. Apply to B. Gold Goldman,
man, Goldman, Ocala, Fla. ll-6t
WANTED Medium size iron safe.
W. W. Condon, Ocala, Fla. ll-6t
WANTED Saleslady experienced in
handling ladies' ready-to-wear goods.
Permanent position. Apply to B.
Goldman, Ocala, Fla. ll-6t
FOR RENT Furnished room with
all modern conveniences; outside en
trance. Phone 242 or call at No. 19,
Herbert street. ll-6t-dh
FOR SALE Typewriter in first class
condition. Price very reasonable. Will
sell for cash or on weekly payments.
Apply "G." care Star office. 10-Gt
WANTED At once, 10.000 bushels
of peanuts, any variety. We also want
your furs, hides, cotton, etc. Ocala
Exchange & Hide Co., Carmichael
building, Ocala, Fla. 19-tf
FOR RENT Three nice rooms with
all modern conveniences. Call at 212
Orange avenue or phone 39. 9-6t
WANTED Infant clothing of any
description. No matter how small the
gift, it will be appreciated. Leave
your offering at Mrs. Blackburn's res residence
idence residence on Oklawaha avenue. Mrs. C.
L. Bittinger, president King's Daugh Daughters.
ters. Daughters. 9-tf
FOR SALE Two carpenter's tool
chests, $5 each; one cabinet maker's
bench (6 drawers), $10; one clothes
chest, $3; two small tool cabinets, $5.
Jordan & Co. 8-6t?
FOR SALE (Wood Cut to Order.)
Reduce the high cost of keeping com comfortable
fortable comfortable this winter by buying youi
wood cut ready to burn direct frcm
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
FARMERS AND TRUCK GROWERS
should use PHOSL1ME 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
PJ.'OSLIME to the best advantage,
aiu! 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
iew England and the Northern
states. Try this home product and
.save money ,and increase your profits.
FOR SALE Nice milk cow with
heifer calf. See C. A. Hollo way, 715
Lime street, Ocala, Fla. 5-6t
A visit to our store at this time will convince you that we are
carrying the most complete line of everything that you will need in
the way of CHRISTMAS GROCERIES.
FANCY FRUITS AND NUTS,
FANCY FRUITS IN JARS,
DRIED FRUITS, CANDY, ETC.
ALL KINDS OF VEGETABLES IN SEASON.
Free Delivery to Any Part of Town.
Opposite Harrington Hall Hotel
special mention, but will close the
list of counties with congratulations
to Escambia county, the winner of
the state prize. Its booth contained
a splendid assortment of well ar
ranged exhibits. The secret of Es-
FOR SALE All kinds of farm ma machinery;
chinery; machinery; plows, disc harrows, culti culti-ato'rs,
ato'rs, culti-ato'rs, sweeps, etc. Also five head
f mules, three head of horses and
Other counties exhibiting deserve! hirty head of hogs. All bargains.
vome see them. Kirby Stock Farms
2o., 1 miles out on Silver Springs
WANTED Housekeeper for family
f four; $13. per mouth. No laundry.
cambist's snrecss fso a little bird Raid Address "P." care Star. 4-6t
was that they came so near to it last
year that their men became interest interested
ed interested aid got right to work and stayed
everlastingly on the job till the cup
was handed over.
All in all, it was a perfectly won wonderful
derful wonderful display of agricultural exhibits
and the judges were rather to "be
pitied than envied. The spirit of ri rivalry
valry rivalry and neighborly contest kept the
agricultural building in a high state
of excitement throughout the week.
The annual contest is somewhat like
TOR SALE Residence with 5 rooms
tnd bath, large porches; comer of
franklin and Clark streets; also
iaige barn. Will sell for cash or on
veims. Call phone 193. 12-2-lm
We Are Offering
A Spelndid Selection of
-For Holiday Presents
PLAIN AND SET RINGS, WATCHES,
LAVELIERS, WATCH BR ACELTS, PINS,
FRENCH IVORY TOILET, MANICURE,
COMB AND BRUSH AND MILITARY SETS.
RINGS, PINS, CUFF BUTTONS, ETC.
WITH ALL THE LODGE EMBLEMS
Whatever may be your wants in the'line of Jew Jewelry
elry Jewelry for Holiday Gifts you can be supplied here as
we have a large and varied stock to select from
You will alsD find our prices most reasonable in
comparison to many other houses.
J. E. ALLEMAND
South Side of Harrington Hall Block
Ocala - - Florida
GAMES AT GERIG'S
OR SALE at 702 Wyomina street,
six-room house, also hath and summer
'cilchen; all modem improvements
Also rock face cement block machine.
Carl Wenzel. 2-l-30t
POR SALE Two plus mules, at a
Kopp the Kaiser.
O. K. Telegraph.
Pat Moran's Own
Peter Peter Series.
Shady Brook Farm.
These games are on display at
Gerig's Drug Store, and cannot be
duplicated. Come iri and get yours
before they are gone. 8-2t
See our "Little Gifts." They will
sclve many problems for you. THE
SPECIALTY SHOP, A. E. GERIG.
Rye, rape and oats. Get our prices
before buying. The Ocala Seed
The eyes are the most tHg
delicate organs of the j'. ha
human body, yet they
govern our every move- s
DR. K. J. WEIHE,
Optometrist and Optician.
ROOD GAS HEATERS
Furnish your home with a.
and always have hot water at
small cobt. We have the in all
sizes and styles. Let us show you.
THE GAS CO.
Harrington Hall Block, Fort King Acenue
SAVE -MONEY ON MEAT!
We always handle the best fresh meat to be
had and onr prices are always the lowest.
Round Steak 25c IBest Pork Chops .....30c.
Loin Steak ...30c Pork Sausage 25c
Stew Meat 15c.
Groceries, Fruit, Vegetables, Etc.
NEW YORK MEAT MARKET
i buy and se'l
econd hand furniture. Kxperts put it
n good condition before re-se!linf.
rlerair sewing machine, lawn mcw-
rs. enamel ware, etc. J. W. Hunter,
'10, 312, 314 South Main St. 23-tf
WOOD For oak wood, cut to order,
call Teapot Grocery, or see J. H. J.
FOR SALE Nice residence in goDd
ne?T borhood. Bargain 3t $3800. Easy
tp nr.s Apply to P. O. Eox 575. 6-m
f-nmp nf to tbp hnll. Hpw it p-ops. Jargain. rnone or write uox 44 j,
fl.oT-o t crrsrsc nnu' lnnlr TxrVm Vin Q ff OCUU, V I3
And from Dade to Escambia we are
all proud of Florida's prize winning
possibilities. The live stock exhibits
this year were unusually good, Mar Marion
ion Marion playing a big part and winning
many prizes. Such exhibits as live
stock and poultry at our state fair are
largely responsible for the general
awakening to better conditions on
many of our farms throughout the
state. There was no empty space at
the state fair. The managers are de deserving
serving deserving of much credit for handling
the crowds and exhibits as was done.
It was a great and wonderful fair, the
weather being perfect. The attend attendance
ance attendance was good, there being 36,000 vis visitors
itors visitors in attendance on Thanksgiving
day, with very good crowds for the
. In the discharge of my duties, I
made the rounds of the four largest
buildings several times daily and as
often as possible visited the stock ex exhibit
hibit exhibit and poultry show, giving me an
opportunity of seeing the fair in de detail
tail detail more than heretofore, and yet
there wras much more than I had time
The closing event was a banquet
given by Esombia county at the
J II. Spencer
W. R Pedrick
THE OCALA GAS EM5MS WOME!
Local Agents for the Old Reliable
VOOD Phone 14G for all lenghths
.k or pine wood; thoroughly season seasoned.
ed. seasoned. Special price on quantity orders.
Put in your winter supply now.
Smoak's Wood Yard. 15-tf
JJ J fijr
Announces that they ore now Handling Storage Batteries and
maintain a fully equiped service station for recharging batteries.
Complete line of GOODYEAR and UNITED STATES Tires and
Tunes. All kinds of Automobile Accessories, and a full line of
parts for the BUICK.
Acetylene Welding Our Specialty
OCALA (GAS EMGIME WdMMS
SPENCER & PEDRICK, Proprietors.
" When Better Automobiles Are Built buickJVVill Build Them
Ocklaivaha Avenue and Osceola St OcalaFloricla
OCALA EVENING STAB, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 11, 1919
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ltUilrtU.i,HiJiti;.liiiiUii,i..iituiiii..iiii.l-i. iwniiiuirtiii mi.:uU
If you have any society items,
Mr. E. H. Swain of Anthony was a
visitor to the city today.
The most beautiful line of penny
nost cards ever shown in Ocala. THE
SPECIALTY SHOP, A. E. GERIG.
Mrs. Charles Tydings and Mrs.
lobert Tydings are spending some
time in Jacksonville.
Remember that the famous Eazall
arch-protecting shoe, once Dr. Edi
son's Cushion Shoe, can only be had
at Little's" Shoe Parlor. 5-Ct
Cameo Brooches, Lavallieres
In splendid variety. From $5 to $45
Ladies' Wrist Watches
In various sizes. From $25 to $60
Birth Stone Rings
For every one. From $1 to $35
Stick Pins, Cuff Links and
Gold Pen Knives
$1.50 to $25.00
From $1.50 to $15.00
Men's and Boys' Watches
From $7.50 to $65 00
From $12 to $35
Gold Waldemar Chains
From $7.50 to $25.00
Many other articles too numerous to mention hero. Come in
and look my stock over, whether you intend buying or not.
J. CHARLES SMITH
West of Courthouse
I fHft f r2 ,
MR. GRAVES LECTURE
Stop! Have you tried Federal Bread,
the "best bread in the world." 20-tf
Mrs. C. L. Gamsby will entertain
the married ladies' auction club this
afternoon at her home on Wenona
Victor records of Vessella'a band at
THE BOO SHOP. 10-3t
For colds, take Nyals Laxacold
Tablets, 25c. Anti-Monopoly Drug
Dr. Watkins and family of Mica-
nopy. were in town last night to at
teii dthe performance of Pollyanna at
the Temple theater.
Bring or ship your furs to the Ocala
Exchange & Hide Co. 6-lm
Mr. Reuben Blalock left last night
for Birmingham, Ala., having accept
ed a position with one of the large
furniture houses of that city.
Mrs. E. B. Green will return this
afternoon from Tampa, where she
accompanied her niece and nephew,
Miss Tillie and Master Edward Moy-
ers, several days ago.
Nut Bowls and Fruit Bowls at THE
BOOK SHOP. 10-3t
The expectations of all were fully
realized last evening at the Woman's
Club. Promptly at 8:30 Dr. C. M.
Brittain, of the Baptist church, in-
tioduced the speaker of the evening,
Jchn Temple Graves. Dr. Brittain
told the audience that while Mr.
Graves' duties kept him the greater
portion of the time north of the Mason
and Dixon line, yet Mr. Graves was
a gentleman of the old South. He told
how he and many others in college
had competed for the Graves medal
for oratory at Mercer University, and
cited many other instances that prov proved
ed proved John Temple Graves a public ben
efactor. A large audience gave ap appreciative
preciative appreciative hearing and applause.
John Temple Graves, dignified,
forceful and eloquent, then came for
ward. He told his audience that he
felt he was as much a Floridian as a
Georgian because he had spent a
number of years in Florida in the
newspaper field; he expressed appre
ciation and pleasure in having before
him descendants of those he knew
lcng years ago. His address was a
truly "All American" speech. The
sacrifices and costs of the -great wa
were discussed, and he advanced the
plea that in all its terror and suffer suffering,
ing, suffering, the nations and the people in-
volved were responsible, for their na
tional and individual falling away
from the commandments and respect
to Him who could have called legions
of angels to have turned the tide of
battle at any time. He believed the
purpose of the war was to form an
universal antithesis for war; to turn
people from frivolities to things of
serious concern. He praised the
league of nations, and aimed heavy
condemnation at the heads of those
who from a political standpoint had
held out unrelenting destructive crit criticism
icism criticism of the greatest covenant ever
conceived; that we went into the war
in a spirit of altruism, which at the
termination of hostilities made us the
big brother of the world, which made
the hands which throttled the hope of
civilization and peace all the more
He laid bare before us the results
of the endeavors of the labor agita agitators.
tors. agitators. No man denied to another an
effort to better his condition; at no
time in the history of the world had
capital endeavored to meet the reas reasonable
onable reasonable demands for the comfort and
welfare of the laboring class and had
given the laboring class every oppor opportunity
tunity opportunity of being the happiest and most
thoroughly satisfied men. in the world,
but the spirit of those who were not
born under our sun, foreigners who
represent nothing that is akin to ues
or to our institutions, have spread
their false doctrines until labor had
overreached itself. Profiteering of
every class was condemned.
He paid a beautiful tribute to some
of the heroes of the Argonne, who a
few weeks ago shouldered picks and
went into the coal mines of Kansas in
order that women and little children
might not suffer from cold.
He said he had a platform and
would support any candidate who
would adopt it without question as to
his political creed. That platform
was work or starve, save or want,
play together or play hell, be an
American or get out of the country.
He appealed to every public body,
the Rotarians, boards of trade, Ke Ke-wanis
wanis Ke-wanis clubs, the Chautauqua, lyceum
and other avenues to the public to
srand for every movement for public
good, stand for the government,
stand for the peace treaty, stand for
the covenant of peace, stand for eve everything
rything everything that leads to higher and
nobler endeavor. The times demanded
of every one their full duty.
We must assist with our ballots,
with the example of our lives, and
not by revolution; that it was the
time for the great middle class to give
the question of national and inter international
national international unrest serious study, and
take part in history making activities
open to us..
THE BOOK SHOP nas many new
and beautiful things for the holidays.
CARD OF THANKS
Our hearts are sore, dear friends,
so sore that words fail us; and indeed
there are no words that could tell you
how we appreciate all you did for
There was never a day during all
his illness that friends did not come
or send "love-touched" tokens of their
thought of him and you who know his
tender, sensitive, beautiful nature,
know how these things gladdened his
Friends, we thank you, we love you
and we pray God to bless you every
one. Mrs. E. Van Hood.
Dr. J. W. Hood.
Mrs. W. A. Collier.
Mrs. Lew Lyons.
For All Classes 01
Stone, Brick, Wood,
D. McCasMU I
Tione 446. 728 Wenon St.
Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Balkcom and
baby daughter, Virginia, are visiting
Mrs. Balkcom's mother and sister,
Mrs. McDowell and Miss Mary Mc McDowell
Dowell McDowell for several weeks.
Mrs. LaValle Green will arrive this
afternoon from Tampa to spend sev several
eral several days with her cousin, Mrs. T. E.
Bridges. Mrs. Green is en route to
her home at Bishopville, S. C, after a
delightful visit with relatives in Tam Tampa.
pa. Tampa. Fountain Pens make a useful
Christmas gift. See our assortment.
THE SPECIALTY SHOP, A. E.
Mr. Albert Harriss and Miss Caro Caroline
line Caroline Harriss will attend the dance to tonight
night tonight at the yacht club in Jackson Jacksonville.
ville. Jacksonville. Tomorrow evening they will at
tend the Sb.riners' dance given at the
armorv in that city, returning to
Ocala Saturday in Mr. Harriss' car.
We Have A Full line
Of Useful and Sensible Holiday Gifts Ready for
Perfumes, Fancy 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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It makes no difference how badly it is broken, we j
can weld it as good as new at a very small cost.
We Also Weld Automobile Frames, Cop- j
Qper, Brass, Aluminum and Steel. j
NO JOB TOO LARGE FOR US TO HANDLE j
AUTOGENOUS WELDING & ELECTRIC CO. J
H. Lv WIKLE, Manager. Cor. Oklawaha Ave. & Orange St.
If Everything Was As
. Cheap As Our Ice
The cost of living would be as low as it was in the good old days.
No use worrying, however, because it isn't that way. Be glad that
Ice is helping to keep down the cost of living, besides giving you
better food and a greater variety of it than your grandfather's fam family
ily family ever had.
saHa-IIee & PacMing. Co
Just received, a big shipment of
Parisian Ivcry goods in manicure sets,
combs, biuahes, mirrors, etc. Anti Anti-Monopoly
Monopoly Anti-Monopoly Drug Store. 2-tf
Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Perkins left to
dav for their new home in Lakeland.
fhev are amonsr the Star's best
friends, and while we sincerely hope
0? them prosperity in their new home
we will be more than glad if fortune
some day biings them back to Ocala.
An elegant line of Ladies' Hanker-
chiefs and Camisoles for Christmas'
gifts at the Style Hat Shop. ll-3t
Mr. and Mrs. J. Y. Purvis have two
of their sons visiting them for sev several
eral several weeks, Mr. W. M. Purvis of New
York and Porto Rico, and First Lieut.
W. M. Purvis, who has recently re
turned from France, but came direct
to Ocala from Fort Henry, Balti Baltimore,
more, Baltimore, where he will return after his
furlough spent with his parents.
Men's Dress Shoes, $7.50 to $10.
Remember we are closing these out
at from $1 to $3 under value. Little's
Shoe Parlor. 5-6t
Edward Green and George Davis
are cheerfully greeting their friends
in Ocala today. This is Edward's sec
ond visit since returning from France,
but the first time George has been
heme since he joined the army.
George was in the motorcycle corps,
and was thrown from his machine and
severely injured while engaged as a
'dispatch bearer. He yet limps from
his injuries, but is as bright and
cheerful as on the day he went away.
These two brave boys are among
those to whom their country owes a
Dolls and Games for the girls at
THE BOOK SHOP Toy Store. 10-3t
Yesterday afternoon at her home
on r ort rune: avenue, urs. severe n,
Futch very charmingly entertained
the Wednesday auction club of which
she is a member. As the guests ar
rived they were invited into the music
room, which was made bright with
quantities of poinsettias placed ar
tk-tically around the room. Here the
ever fascinating game of auction was
greatly enjoyed for several hours, aft
er which Mrs. Futch served to her
guests a delectable pomsettia salad,
pimento sandwiches, olives, cheese
straws and hot chocolate. The color
scheme of red and white was display displayed
ed displayed here also. Mrs. Harry Walters
was the lucky one for making highest
scoe and for her skillful playing was
awarded a handsome hand-painted
bon-bon dish. Those who onjoyed
Mrs. Futch's hospitality were the fol
fowing ladies: Mrs. Fred Hocker, Mrs.
E. J. Crook, Mrs. Paul Simmons, Mrs.
Eugene Peek, Mrs. Charles Rheinauer,
Mrs. J. D. Robertson, Mrs. Anna Hoi
der and Mrs. Harry Walters.
W. K. Lane, M. D., Physician and
Surgeon, specialist Eye, Ear, Nose axsd
Throat. Law Library Building, Ocala,
PAY $5 CASE, BALANCE IN $2 WEEKLY INSTALLMENTS
JOIN B. GOLDMAN'S
Limited to Fitly Members)
Outfit No. 1 Outllt No.2 Outfit No. 3
COLUMBIA GHAFONOLA COLUMBIA GRAFONOLA COLUMBIA GRAFONOLA
Type D-2 Type E-2 Type G-2
Price 575.00 Price $100.00 Price 5125.00
Six donble face records. 5.10 Six double face records, 5.10 Ten double face records. 10.20
580.10 5105.00 5135.20
This Announcement Should Bring Joy Into Every Home
Hundreds of homes in Marion County and
surrounding country will be made happy this
Christmas through our Christmas Grafonola
Club. This offer is one that will bo impossible
for us to repeat, because after this supply is ex exhausted
hausted exhausted it will be an impossibility for us to get
any more machines this season.
Goldman's Christmas Club Plan. The plan
is very simple yet a splendid opportunity. The
Grafonolas included in this Club are the best to
be had anywhere for the price we ask for them.
They are well known, nationally advertised,
guaranteed in every way by the manufacturers
and ourselves. They are not experiments trying
to find a market, with no assurance to the pub public
lic public that the factory making them will be in busi business
ness business six months from the day they are sold. The
Columbia Grafonola has been accepted for years
as being the best standard Phonograph on the
market, the best that modern ingenuity can
make. The models, type D-2, E-2 and G-2 are
the three most popular models the Columbia
Graphophone company have produced. In our
Christmas Club there are twenty Type D-2, twen twenty
ty twenty Type E-3 and ten Type G-2 machines in all.
That is all. When the membership "of 50 is
reached, the Clubwill be closed. No more will
be sold on this plan.
Pay Only $5.00 Cash. Make your selection
of either model you desire in mahogany, fumed
oak or American walnut, and make the payment
of $5.00 down. Your machine will be tagged
with your name stored free of further charge
and delivered anywhere you want it on Christ Christmas
mas Christmas eve. In the meantime you can make
weekly payments of 52.00 per week, and you will
insure yourself against the time when Columbia
Grafonolas will be hard to get.
YOUR OWN SELECTION OF RECORDS
The records listed below are some of the latest and most pop popular
ular popular selections but we have in stock thousands of different re records
cords records and yon can make your own selection. The records listed
below are simply suggestions. If you do not find just exactly
what you want, let us know and we will send you a complete
catalog of the entire list of Columbia records. All these records
are purchased just from the factory and will not wear out.
THIS OFFER IS OPEN TO OUT-OF-TOWN FOLKS
Any of our offers are made for out-of-town folks as well as for
in town people. We have thousands of friends in the territory
surrounding Ocala. We are very glad to have been able to take
care of their wishes in every way. This installment clubbing
offer is open to anybody, as we are the largest dealers in musical
instruments of this kind in this section and can ship these goods
without the slightest delay. We will be glad to have your ac account,
count, account, and hope your first purchase will merit a continuance of
your good wilL
A2794 "I've Got My Captain Working for Me Now.
"Wait Till You Get Them Up in the Air. Boys."
A2792 "They're All Sweeties.1
A279S "You Didn't Want Me When You Had Me So Why Do
You Want Me Now." And 'That's Worth Waiting For."
A2793 "While Others Are Building Castles in the Air IH Build
a Cottage for Two." And "Broken Blossoms."
"I Am Climbing Mountains."
A2795--"Nobody Knows and Nobody Seems to Care."
"I Wanna Go Back to Dear Old Mother's Knee."
A2798 Blues (My Naughty Sweetie Gave Me) Fox-trot.
India (Oriental Intermezzo) Fox-trot.
A2799 Cleo Fox-trot.
A2797 The First Rose of Summer Medley Fox-trot. Intro Introducing:
ducing: Introducing: (1) "I've Been Waiting for You AU the Time."
(2) Teacher, Teacher, from "She's a Good Fellow."
Somebody's Heart Fox-trot. Introducing: High Yaller.
"111 Intro-"111 be
A6121The Missouri Waltz.
The Moonlight Waltz.
AG123 A Pretty Girl is Like a Melody Fox-trot. From the
romes 01 iyiy. introducing: ilandy.
And He'd Say Oo-la-la! Wee-Wee One-step,
ducing: (1) "Take Me to the Land of Jazz." (2)
Happy When the Preacher Makes You Mine.
A2797 Serenade from "Les Millions D'Arlequin."
A6122 Samson and Dalila "Dance Bachanale."
A2S00 The Kiddies Christmas Frolic
The Kiddies Christmas Frolic.
Part I Morning.
Part II. Evening.
E4404 Stephanie Gavotte.
Don't Be Cross.
49C23 Africana, O Paradise (Charles Hackett).
78557 Abide With Me. (Rosa Ponsellc and Barbara MaureL)
A2790 The Star of the East. (Barbara Maurel and Columbia
The Birthday of a King. (Barbara Maurel).
A2801 Silent Night, Hallowed Night. (Charles Harrison).
Oh, Holy Night. (Charles Harrison and Quartet).
49570 Cavalleria Rusticana Voi Lo Sapete, O Muma, (Rosa
A2788 Oh, Come All Ye Faithful. (Columbia Quartet.)
Hark! The Herald Angels Sing. (Columbia Quartet.)
A2789 Christmas Time at Pumpkin Center. (Cal Stewart, Ada
Jones and Peerless Quartet). And Evening Time at
Pumpkin Center. (Cal Stewart, Ada Jones and Peer Peerless
less Peerless Quartet).
DONT DELAY PLACING YOUR ORDER
We urge you to make your selections without delay as the
quantity is limited. When this lot is exhausted it will be an
utter impossibility to obtain any more of these particular models.
Send in your order now. Don't hesitate. Take advantage of
Why Pay More
OCALA EVENING STAR, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 11. 1919
AUTO AND TRUCK REPAIRING
Born, December 9th to Mr. and
Mrs. A. S. J. Waallace, a fine nine-
pound girl. Mother and baby are do-
ON OVER OVERHAULING
HAULING OVERHAULING FORD
We are thoroughly equipped to handle repair work on all makes
of cars. Nothing but experienced workmen and all work fully guar guaranteed.
anteed. guaranteed. Inner Tubes vulcanized. Full line of the famous Two-in-One
Inner Tubes, either 30x3 or 30x3; price $3.25.
STANDARD OILS, GAS AND GREASE
Our place (the old Ford Garage) is open from 6 a. m. until 10 p.
m. every day in the year, where you are invited to call and let us
DIXIE HIGHWAY GARAGE
JAMES ENGESSER, Proprietor
121 W. Broadway PII0NE 258 Ocala, Florida
Remember the Ocala Exchange &
Hide Co. wants your furs. 6-lm
Mr. J. J. lipton has been raising
some fine poultry, which was appre
J J dated by the fair management with
several first-rate premiums.
PARKER Lucky Curve Fountain
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Jits safety sealed. Ask us. The Anti Anti-tlMonoDoly
tlMonoDoly Anti-tlMonoDoly Drue Store. 2-tf
The best winter hog and cow pas
ture is rye. rape and oats. At Ocala
Seed Store. 13-tf
(Continued from First Page)
THURSDAY, DECEMBER 11TH
The Star is informed that Mr. John
D. Robertson intends to pull down the
entire building belonging to him on
the corner of Oklawaha and Main and
replace it with an up-to-date garage.
This will be a great improvement, and
if Mr. Walter Ray will put up a fine
building on the opposite corner, we
will have a symmetrical public square.
Pretty line boy's English shape
dress shoes in black and brown, to
close out at $5. Sizes, 2 to 6. Lit Little's
tle's Little's Shoe Parlor. 5-6t
For 15 years the principal attraction at the
Steel Pier Atlantic City, New Jersey.
Melville s comedians played to a
capacity house at their tent last eve
ning, and it was a well-pleased
crowd that went home. This compe
tent bunch of actors seem to have
struck a popular chord in our town.
They will give "The River Shannon"
tonight, and all who go to see it will
find it a mighty good show. The show
folks are a clever bunch and are mak
ing friends with the people.
Stationery in holiday boxes at the
Anti-Monopoly Drug Store. 2-tf
them by said board at 75c. per day.
A petition was presented bearing
fifteen .names, asking the board to
discontinue the county road in Romeo
district No. 5, where it turns west of
Tom Dea l's to near Romeo, action on
which was ueferred.
The board ordered that the widow's
or mother's persions as granted, be
paid for three months from Sept. 15
to Dec. 15, 1919.
It was ordered that ferryman at
Starkes ferry be paid 40 per month,
payment starting Nov. 1, 1919.
The board thereupon proceeded to
canvass the returns of election held
December 2, 1919, to determine
whether or not the county bonds of
Marion county, Florida, to the sum of
1,500,000 should be issued for the
purpose of constructing paved, ma macadamized
cadamized macadamized or other hard surfaced
highways, which returns, by precincts
are as follows: For Against
1. Ocala 299 148
2 Reddick 17
3. Flemington 5
4. Cotton Plant ti
5. Romeo 7
6. Camp Izzard
7. Shady 1
8. Summerfield .. ..31
9. Lake Weir 1G
10. Moss Bluff 8 25
11. Grahamville 10 47
12. Salt Springs 8
13. Fort McCoy 31 11
14. Orange Springs.. 5 2
15. Linadale 3 3
1G. Citra 42 4
17. Anthony 7 59
18. Martin 12 1
chinery to ie kept on same and the
city to pay all bills for labor and re- j
pairs of machinery and cost of opera-j
tion and at the end of the road repair
period to return the machinery to thej
county in as good condition as re received
ceived received by the city, ordinary wear of
the part.- excepted. All work to be
done under the supervision of and
under tlif control of the city council
or its representatives.
The county depository, county
jutipre jucjre, snerirL. tax conecioi,i.
justices of the peace and inspectors of I
marks and brands made reports.
The following warrants were order ordered
ed ordered drawn to cover bills duly examined,
passed and ordered paid: General
fund. S:;,;99.40; fine and forfeiture
fund. S4U'.9S; road fund, $4,509.10;
state aid road fund, $1,532.19; agricul
tural fund. .500; outstanding indebt indebtedness
edness indebtedness fund, .$7,109.90; sub-road dis district
trict district No. 1 fund, $300.
There being no further business,
the boaid thereupon adjourned.
O. H. Rogers, Chairman.
Attest: P. II. Nugent, Clerk.
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Mechanical Toys for the boys at
THE BOOK SHOP. 10-3t
Last night after the play at the
Temple, Mrs. E. C. Bennett invited a
few of Ocala's young society set into
the theater's reception room to meet
"Pollyanna" (Miss Viola Harper) and
Jimmy Bean (the orphan) William
Blaisdell, and Jimmy Bean (grown
up) Harold McArthur. It was a mu
tual admiration gathering. The young
actors were much taken with Ocala
and appreciated the attention shown
them and .expressed hopes of return
ing to the city next year.
19. Stanton 28
20. Blitchton 1
21. Belleview 18
22. Mcintosh 67
23. Pedro 10
24. Dunnellon 1G
25. Candler 13
26. Sparr 12
27. Eureka 6
28. Levon 11
30. Martel .,
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
3:10 am Jacksonville-N'York 3:05 am
1:55 pm Jacksonville 1:35 pm
2:1L am Manatee- 3:35 pm
ATLANTIC COAST LINE RAILROAD
2:12 pm Jacksonville-N'York 3:15 am
1:45 pm J'ksonville-Ga'nsville 3:35 pm
:15 am St.Pet'sbrg-Lakeland 2:12 am
3:35 pm St.Pet'sbrg-Lakeland 1:25 pm
7:10 am Dunnellon-Wilcox
o:zi) pm liomosassa l:&pm
4:45 pm Gainesville 11:50 am
Monday. Wednesday, Friday.
For the reason that our wholesale con confectionery
fectionery confectionery business is increasing rapidly, we
have decided to devote our energy and ro ro-sources
sources ro-sources 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 the same equipment would cost today.
Reasonable terms. Write or see us at once
L. R. CHAZAL & SONS COMPANY.
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SIGNOR VASSELLA, Director H"' i
Management Francesco Colosanto
Annette Rib ekova, Grand Opera Prima Dona
Formely of the Metropolitan Opera House N. Y.
Sig. Bozzacco, Trombone.
Sig. DeVilts, Baritone.
Sig. DeMitris, Cornet.
Sig. Spinelli, Clarinet
Scats Now on Sale
Prices 75c and $1.00 Plus War Tax
Vcssella Plays Exclusively for Victor
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Style Mat Shop
During the entire month of
December we will sell our im im-menseline
menseline im-menseline of Trimmed and Un Un-trimmed
trimmed Un-trimmed Hats at greatly reduc reduced
ed reduced prices. The excluaiveness of
design shown in these hats will
especially appeal to particular
people. The quality is the best
and there's nothing but late
styles in the lot. Call and see
Style Mat Shop
i, M. & C Bank Building
The kind that insures,
Against want in old age,
Against raises in premium
The Prudential kind
See Ditto at once
F. W. Ditto.
Six Yesrs AgoTtualds Sht Elig&t Die, Says Texas l&ij, Bsi Ildn
She Is a WeO, Strong Woman find Praises Cards! Fcr
Royse City, Tex. Mrs. Mary Kll Kll-man,
man, Kll-man, of this place, says; "After the
birth of my little girl.. .my side com commenced
menced commenced to hurt me. I had to go back
to bed. "We called the doctor. He
treated me... but I got no better. I
got worse and worse until the misery
was unbearable... I was In bed for
three months and suffered such agony
that I was Just drawn up In a knot...
; I told my husband if he would get
me a bottle of Cardul I would try It...
I commenced taking It, howerer, that
erenlng I called Egr famfly abost
me... for I knew could not Isst
the better. That was tlx yean agg
and I am still her and am a weU
strong woman, and I owe my life td
CarduL I had only takes half tha
bottle when I began to fesl btttcr.
The misery In my slds got less... 3
continued right on taking the Cardd
nntU I had taken threa bottles and Z
did not need any more for Z was weUt
and nsrer felt better In ray life... I
hare ssTsr had any trouble fxea tha)
day to this.- :
Io yon suffer frosa Bgaiic2iaj tec2
ache, pains in sides, ex t3ssx
forts ffitfli month? Or 9 yen fpyf
vciX crrTCua and fad-crtt Z2 cs
Mclvcr & MacKay
UNDERTAKERS and EMBALMERS
PaONFS 47. 104. SOS
Speedy and Comfortable
Cars at All Hours
Tuesdays and Fridays
At 2 P. M.
The board having canvassed the re returns
turns returns of said election and finding the
returns of same as above set forth,
declared the result of said election
held Dec. 2, 1919, to be against the
issuance of bonds.
Applications of several banks in
the county to be designated as coun county
ty county depositories were considered by
the board and after due consideration
the board designated the Munroe &
Chambliss National Bank as county
depository for the year 1920. said
bank to complete bond in the amount
of $30,000, said bond to be approved
by the board and the comptroller of
the state and to be increased and de decreased
creased decreased at the discretion of the comp-
trolle ras funds increase or decrease.
Commissioner Cam was directed to
make arrangements for having the
county and city lime pit on the Dun
nellon road fenced.
The board ordered that bill of T. 1.
Munroe, chairman of advisory com
mittee in amount of $137.35 and bill
of Nathan Mayo for $26.85 for ex expenses
penses expenses incurred in connection with
the recent good roads bond issue cam
paign, be paid. 1
The board ordered that warrant for
$2 be drawn on the state aid road
fund favor Emmett Thomas and that
warrant No. 385 on same fund, favor
Emmett Thomas for $12 be cancelled
The board ordered that warrant on
the road fund be drawn favor Walter
Thomas for $10 for labor for week
ending Sept. 20, 1919.
Draft for $100 was ordered drawn
on the Munroe & Chambliss National
Bank favor Wm. A. Sessoms for sal
ary of county demonstrator for 15
days in month of November, 1919.
"""Upon motion warrant was ordered
drawn on the outstanding indebted
ness fund favor the Ocala National
Bank in amount of $4870 to retire
road fund validated warrants No. 5,
$1000, No. 6, $1000, No. 38, $1000. No.
39, $1000 and coupons No. 8 on road
fund validated warrants No. 5, $30,
Nc. 6, $30, No. 11. $30; No. .13, $30,
No. 38, $30, No. 39, $30, No. 42, $30,
No. 43, $30, No. 44, $30, No. 47. $30,
No- 48, $30, No. 49, $30, No. 50, $30,
No 51, $30, No. 55, $30, No. 5G, $30,
No. 62, $30, No. 63, $30, No. 64, $30,
No. 69, $30, No. 70, $30, No. 71. $30,
No. 72, $30, No. 73, 30, No. 74, $30;
and coupons No. 8 on geenral fund
validated warrants No. 3, $30, No. 4,
$30, No. 10, $30; No. 16, $30; also
warrant on same fund favor the Mun
roe &i Chambliss National .bank in
ambunt of $2239.90 to retire road
fund validated warrant No. 35, $1000,
and coupons No. 8 on road fund vali validated
dated validated warrants No. 7, $30, No. 8, $30,
No. 9, $30, No. 10, $30, No. 12, $30,
No 14, $18.64, No. 19, $30. No. 20,
$15, No. 21, $30, No. 22, $30. No.23,
$30, No. 24, $15.68, No. 35. $30. No.
30, $30. No. 37, $30, No. 40, $30, No.
41. $30, No. 45, $30 No. 46, $30, No.
57, $15, No. 58, $30, No. 59, $30, No.
61. $30. No. 65, $30. No. C6. $30, No.
67, $30, No. 68, $30, No. 75, $15.40;
and coupons on No. 9 on general fund
j validated warrants No. 8, $15.- No. 9,
2l$30, No. 12, SO, No. 17. $15.74, No. 18,
$?0, No. 19, $30, No. 20, $30, No. 21,
$30, No. 22, $30, No. 23, $30, No. 24,
$30, No. 25, $30, No. 26, $30, No. 27,
$30 No. 23. $30, No. $29, $30. No. 30,
The board ordered that warrant for
!$1 be drawn on the fine and forfeiture
fund favor Sam Myers, as refund for
overpayment on fine and costs.
The board ordered that $1659 be
transferred from time deposit account
to checking account in the state aid
Notary bond of L. W. Traxler and
W. L. Colbert and pistol bond of P.
H. Nugent and deputy sheriff bond of
W. O. Perkins approved.
The board discussed the proposition
of the city of Ocala using the county
tractor and grader outfit for repairing
and working the Silver Springs road
and decided to let the citv use the
alcve named equipment, paying at the
race of $7.50 per day for use of same
to cover depreciation and wear. The
county, crew now operating said ma-
DR. 6. A. EDMIST0N
Veterinai, Physician and Surgeon
Phone 38 M
Ocala - Florida
Careful Estimates made on all Cor-
tract work. Gives More and Better
Work for the Money than any other
contractor in the city.
EMI S UnBDDffltU!
510,000,00 Water Proof Tent Theater
Bert Melville & Company
IERE TDE RIVER SHABIOBI FLOWS
4 Act Drama
5 VAUDEVILLE SPECIALTIES
Admission 40 and 30c
Theater Conf ortably Healed
The Star ia an advertising medium thru which you can reach Ocala people.
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Why a Chalmers Starts
Quickly on a Cold Day
YOU can let a Hot Spot Chalmers
stand in the cold all day and then step
on the starter button and- almost instantly
the engine is running.
No long wait, no running ''own of the
battery, no lost temper, hiticad, quick
In a few moments the engine is running
with rare smoothness!, minus backfire and
"coughing." It is "firing on all six."
Hot Spot and Rams-horn are responsi responsible
ble responsible for the quick starting in a Chalmers.
Hot Spot vaporizes the raw gas to a fine
point; and Ram' s-horn-hurries it quickly
and evenly to the cylinders.
So that there is full ignition and hence
quick power and smooth power.
Price SI 685 f. o. b. Detroit.
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