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Title:
The Ocala evening star
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Ocala Evening Star
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Evening star
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Began in 1895; ceased in 1943.
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V'ENiNG'

mranrsaS!1 ins to" OGxLA, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 12, 1919. VOL; 26, NO.' 296

J MY GARFIELD

ME DRASTIC SHORTAGE OF
- MEASURES PAPER AND.SUGAR
PUZZLING OVER
TENOR' OF NOTE
LIST OF DEAD
ASHURST WANTS
THE ARMY
QUITS HIS JOB
PROBLEMS FROM TEUTONS
IS NOT LONG

WAR

Is Probably. Weary of the Weak and
Compromising Policy of the
Administration

Are Needed to Conserve the Scanty
Stock of Coal Now on
Hand

(Associated Press)
.Washington, Dec. 12. The resigna resignation
tion resignation of Fuel Administrator Garfield
tendered last night was forwarded to
the president this morning by Sec Secretary
retary Secretary Tumulty. "Of course, it will
be accepted," it was said at the White
House.
The functipns of the fuel adminis administrator
trator administrator handled recently through the
railroad administration under. Mr.
Garfield's authority will be continued
under Director General Hines. "This
does not mean that Hines will be made

fuel administrator in Mr. Garfield's

place," it was said.-'
PUBLIC WILL BE PLUNDERED
Washington, Dec. 12. Fuel Admin Administrator
istrator Administrator Garfield's resignation was
last .night in the hands of President

Wilson, given because he disagrees on

principle with the coal strike settle settlement
ment settlement proposal arranged by the gov government
ernment government and the mine workers' union.
Dr, Garfield himself refused to con

firm, deny or discuss the report, but:

at the White House it was said that'
a personal letter from him. had been j ANOTHER EXCELLENT

(Associated Pres3)
Washington, Dec. 12. The general
fuel situation and restrictions on the
use of coal were considered today by
the central coal committee to deter determine
mine determine whether more drastic measures
to conserve coal are necessary. The
consumption has been so much great greater
er greater than production, officials here are
alarmed at the rapid depletion of re reserve
serve reserve stocks. No substantial increase
in the amount of coal mined is expect expected
ed expected until Monday. Officials said a re return
turn return to maximum production is imper imperative
ative imperative if disaster shall not be the
result.

Might be Remedied If Bills Now Be-
fore Congress Were Enatced
Into Legal Measures

(Associated Press)
Washington, Dec. 12. Newspapers
containing more than twenty-four

Lloyd George and Cleraenceau Carry Is Not Known, but It is Generally
on their Conference in Believed that It is More

London I Amicable

(Associated Press)

(Associated Press)

London, Dec 12. Premiers, Lloyd

Berlin, Dec. 12. Germany's reply

George and Clemenceau resumed their I to the la3t note3 from the supreme

pages would be charged five times the j conference on war problems today. council has been sent to Versailles,
present postage rate under a bill in-j Earl Curzon, secretary of state fori Nothing has been given out relative
troduced in the Senate today by Sen-foreign "affairs. Sir Maurice Hankey,tb its contents aside from a hint that

ator Jones of New Mexico, as a meas- j secretary of the war cabinet and the I general tenor reciprocates the con

uie to meet the news print paper sit

urtion.

ANOTHER YEAR

COAL SUPPLY INCREASING

(Associated Press)
Chicago, Dec. 12. A general in increase
crease increase in the production of bituminous
coal today was indicated by reports
from nearly-all coal fields. In a few
sections, however, some miners were
in rebellion against President Wil Wilson's
son's Wilson's proposal.

transmitted to the president late yes

terday afternoon.
Men close to the fuel administrator
understand that he believes that the
work of the commission authorized
under the settlement to be made up
of one coal mine operator, a coal
miner and a tlyrd person named to
represent the public, will result in an
increase in the price of coal to the
consuming public. Against this form
of a settlement. Dr. Garfield has been
unalterably opposed. It has been
learned on good authority that he took
no part in the negotiation 'with the
mine workers' union chiefs during the
last week, and that though informed
and consulted after their initiation,

CONCERT THIS EVENING

Unable to Carry Out Their Program
Last Night, Vessella and His Band
Will Give It Up to the Mark To To-Night.
Night. To-Night. We are not a musical critic.
We only know when a noise pleases
us or when jt doesn't.
We went to hear Vessella and his

band last night. They made a sound
which to our untrained ears seemed
all to the merry. It also seemed to

suit most of those present. Else why

did they encore?

True, we wished they would play

more of what we were used to, but by

the terms laid out as finally accepted ;the way they turned loose "The Star

contravene his conception of the main

principle involved.

Spangled Banner,"

Folks at Home, and

"Dixie," "Old

tne others we

It was recalled in connection with; were brought up on, we banked on the

the resignation that m suggesting a fact that they could handle them if

14 per cent wage increase as fair to! they tried.

the miners and possible' to be paid We didn't know, when the crowd

from present profits of mine owners, j recalled Mme. Ribekova for the fourth

Dr. 'Garfield suggested a commission time if it was because of her singing

representative of the, industry to re-, or her good looks. She suited us both

view the findings, but expressed the vays.

conviction that such a body should not j At any rate -we were-jnuch pleased
have power to fix prices His belief! and hiked to our den and wrote an
is said to be that with this power ; elaborate and favorable criticism,

granted, a commission of the employ--which we had to tear up this morning

mulct the public by price raises is cer certain
tain certain to result.

SUPPLY OF CARS
MAY RUN SHORT

Signor Francesco Colasanto, man

ager of the band, came in and with

tears in his eyes apologized for the
failure of the band to fender its pro

gram last evening.

Which paralyzed us, when we re-

A communication received by the'nectea tnat we naa highly praisea

Marion County Board of Trade from several pieces that hadn't been played,
the Atlantic Coast Line railroad, i Which was entirely our fault, as

fives notice of exDeeted shortage in Signor Colasanto had pranced before

refrigerator cars, and a possible in-, the curtain and explained that owing
ability to handle the citrus fruit move- their baggage, containing a num-

mtnt in this state. The notice which her. of their instruments, not arriving,

is of considerable importance to the j they had to borrow instruments from
shippers of citrus fruits is as follows: the local bandsmen and change their
Owing to the increased demand f or j program,
refrigerator cars, it is anticipated j We dia not hear this, for we were
thatHhere will be serious difficulty in i studying up some paragraphs in our
-supplying sufficient refrigerators to 1 Christmas editorial, which will be
protect loading requirements for cit- some editorial, believe us.
rus f ruit and other perishable com- j Eut we respectfully submit that this
mbdities originating on the Atlantic i concert was one case of the public

French ambassador were present.

American Ambassador Davis .and

representatives of Italy now in' Lon

m ,r t 'on joined the conference later, and
Washington, Dec. 12. The McNary P emajned until the conference ad-

bill under wmch government control ; iclirned for luncheon.

ciliatory tone of the last communica

tion from the Entente.

In the Southern Storm, but the Dam Damage
age Damage to Property is
Immense

PADEREWSKI HAS ENOUGH
POLITICS

OF

of sugar will be continued another
year, was passed today by the Senate
and sent to the House.

VINEGAR PLANT CONSUMED

- Geneva, Dec. 12. Paderewski. the
Polish premier, is expected to abandon,
politics on account of his health and

(Associated Press)
Winchester, Va., Dec. 12. The en

tire plant of the Shenandoah Valley
Apple Cider and Vinegar Co. here was

destroyed today. The Loss is esti estimated
mated estimated at $300,000, with about $150,000
insurance.

ANNETTE RIBEKOVA

CHARMS OCALA

Annette Ribekova, the sweet singer

of Vessella's band, has a day off in

Ocala today, the guest of Mrs. E. C.
Bennett, Mrs. E. A. Osborne and

others, and is using part of it to visit
the schools and meet the children, who

sh; has a great love for. She charrns
their ears and wins their hearts, so

they just naturally reciprocate. She

visited the high school this afternoon
and sang for the young folks, who ap

plauded until their hands were blis

tered. She has prevailed on her man

ager to give a specially low rate, 30

cents, for the school children of the

city at tonight's performance, and

says if they will all come and give her
as much applause as they did at the
school today, it will be the highest
testimonial and help her more in her
career than appreciation from any
other sort of an audience. Mis Ribe Ribekova
kova Ribekova has a Hungarian name, and the
Hungarians are among the ardent de devotees
votees devotees of music; however, she is a
gei:uine American girl, born in Mary Maryland,
land, Maryland, and nothing delights her more
than when some stop-over in the com company's
pany's company's tours gives her a day to rest in
some little American town and make
friends with its people. Go hear her
sing tonight.

SUPREME COURT

WONT SAVE THE3 I return to his home in Switzerland, ac

cording to Warsaw advices. He will

devote himself to music, the advices

(Associated Press)
Atlanta, Dec. 12. The unprecedent unprecedented
ed unprecedented floods in Alabama, Mississippi and
Georgia were receding last night and
today, but the rivers not greatly af affected
fected affected durinjr the first two or three
days are out of their bank3 and caus causing
ing causing heavy property loss. This is par particularly
ticularly particularly true around Montgomery,
where the swollen condition of the Al Alabama
abama Alabama river has almost paralyzed the
city's industries. No great damage
has resulted to the city itself.
The railroads are still handicapped,
some lines being closed on account of
washouts and the high water. The loss
of life" has been comparatively small,
the death list numbering still less
than a score.

WORSE FURTHER NORTH
Halifax, Dec. 12. Fourteen vessels

wrecked, missing or making port in a

(Associated Press)

Washington, Dec. 12.-rThe supreme I add.

ccuri nas aecunea yo imenere in ine BOLSHEVIK LOSS AND GAIN

aeporiauon proceeaings against Aiex

ander Berkman, anarchist, but grant-1 London, Dec. 12. Bolshevik at-

ed a stay of one week in the case of I tacks continue alone the Esthonian

Emma Goldman: front, but are reported unsuccessful. 1 crippled condition were recorded by
The stay in the Goldman case was Bolshevik forces again attacked the 'marine authorities today as victims of
granted to permit further considera- left flank of Denikine's army in south the storms which swept the North At At-tion
tion At-tion of her application to file an ap- Russia and have driven the latter's : lantic the last two days. A 75-mile-pea
from the action of Federal Judge troops back thirty or forty miles on'an-hour gale from the Gulf of St.
Mayer of New York, in denying a a three to four hundred mile front. j Lawrence was still raging over New-

writ of habeas corpus. I foundland today, and tram

To Protect Americans, 'but Senate

Refuses to Take Any
Action

(Associated Press)
Washington, Dec. 12. The Senate
military committee today declined to
take action upon the Ashurst resolu resolution,
tion, resolution, authorizing the secretary of war
to employ the army to protect Amer American
ican American citizens on United States soil
f rem Mexican bandits. The resolution
war returned to the Senate with a
recommendation that it be referred to
the foreign relations committee.

BIG CROWDS AT THE
MELVILLE TENT THEATER

service

SADDENED BY THE NEWS

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT

there is blocked by snow.

The circuit court has been busily at no MELON' SHIPPERS

Editor Star: I was saddened by the work all this week, grinding away at ivtvr i tm.TT mmr'Aii

news contained in the Star of the (the semi-annual collection of civil dis-

hadlputes and crime. Following are the

death of Dr. E. Van Hood. I

known Dr. Van Hood in earlier days, dockets:

but since his residence in Ocala I only
met him occasionally.
From my knowledge of him I can
fully endorse ithe good things you say
of him in Saturday's paper. You say,
"He was deeply religious, though 'he

seldom thought of creed. He lived his

Civil Docket

The Marion County Board of Trade

i has received the following commimi commimi-'
' commimi-' cation from the United States Bureau

SUPREME COURT OF THE
STATE SUSTAINED SHEATS

Coast Line. Every effort will be made

to protect this situation, but even with

our best efforts in that direction, it

getting "something just as good."
Howsumdever, Signor Colasanto,

Signor Vessella and the other signors,

will be necessary for the refrigerator J who.- look like King Victor's private
a i i Arnacflq rVi in V vl rrA T? i viivvati

,car supply to be conserved in every
possible way.
Estimates indicate that the citrus
fruit movement will be considerably
heavier than last year. The movement
so far, has been comparatively light,
but it is expected that there will be a
heavy increase between now and the
holidays, which will continue thruout
the shipping season. In order to meet
this movement, we beg to suggest to
shinners.

l itr.u l i .

1. To utilize ventilated box cars! e a nave lo nave .a nsi oi inose iiquia

orchestra, which played "Run, nigger,

run; de patterol git you," or its Ital Italian
ian Italian equivalent," when the Austrians
were hitting the high spots toward
Viemm a year and two months ago,
declare they will make amends, and
now that their instruments have ar arrived
rived arrived will give a concert on the orig original
inal original program this evening.
The program is printed elsewhere.
If its any nicer noise than they

made last night, it "will be superb.

for short haul shipments, or fof long

haul shipments to points outside of
the cold weather area utilizing re

frigerator cars only where the condi

Italian adjectives to do it justice. In

Americano, well have to say it will be
bully.
If you went last night, go again. If

TsillnViJi ccoo T)o 1 9 Irs Vio man

M WWW AM. ....... y
damus proceedings styled the State, of

Florida ex rel. W. M. Holloway re relator
lator relator vs. William Sheats, as the state
superintendent of public instruction
of the state of Florida, respondent,
the supreme court yesterday filed its
opinion, prepared by Justice Whit Whitfield
field Whitfield and concurred in by the whole
court, directing that the demurrer in

terposed by council for Mr. Sheats to

the alternative write of mandamus
b? sustained. Times-Union.

COUNTY JAIL IS EMPTY

T. C. West, administrator, vs. Geo. of Markets. It has to do with the
J. Johns, assumpsit; continued. (maintenance of a market bureau in
Florida Peat Products Co. vs. S. A. Ocala through the watermelon ship ship-L'
L' ship-L' R. R. Co., action at law; continued, ping season. The secretary of the
W. B. Boydston vs. H. C. Groves, Board of Trade would like to hear

.fl. .. . I art inn nt law rrmtinupH. from the watermelon crrowers and

SifSSt enough ?VIs tot taefeion l Ari?nn Agricultural Chemical Co.; shippers as to whether or not they
. - Iva VV I nnmao o a 011m no if cnn. tt'cnr tho nil rrn 11 haro novt. SPnsnn.

rmuceu iu us mini tuutiyaia, aiutpiy,

I B. H. Seymour vs. Berry Carter, as- of markets is as follows:

shibboleth that gains admittance .into 8UPs1,t5 ?.t,nT!o i J syf.ar '3 bureau placed a
t fa f oto.i Ocala National Bank vs. D. T. representative, at Ocala for the pur-

Jesus of Nazareth made a mistake Sherouse. action at law; remanded to pose of issuing market reports on wa-

when he blessed the doer rather than
the believer. "He lived his religion."
I would not if I could, destroy any

.. vfc.vu, -r, tt n a ? i i r : e 1: : 4. A

deem his'the besr-who, daily coins itr?.--.1 mp acwon ai w;.joiaaer uuuniug ux sume wu

A.y.-AUi issue. appcui iii lain iiiviiiuig vu uic iuai-

u. u. Kiaaie vs. Ukiawana neciama- kcis usea as tne principal ouueis, ine

tion Farms, action at law. .'jobbing prices prevailing in these
Watler- Luff man vs. Walker D. cities each morning and a general

would lay one floweret' among the Hjnc.3', rector general U. S. R. R. statement regarding the demand for
nfU,0 rWM s v;- a--t, I administration, action at law. 'and quality and condition of the stock

e.l hpart mnv Up. hnt that whirbl xiuugexis vs. w. 1. o. nuu- ucuig buiu. vyiiSiii uinui

rules. itermelons. Theoe reports were mail

E. L. Stapp vs. B. P. Vonnelly, et ed to growers, shippers and others in

al.. assumpsit: joinder of issue. terested in the marketing of these

"American Agricultural Chemical Co. crops. They contain accurate official

into loving deeds, xou say,

who knew-him loved and appreciated

his life and character.

Upon' his new-made grave I fain

whirl I

warmed it once, will never die." He5 ejectment; continued.

has not found "rest;" such as he does
not desire rest, but a life with oppor

tunities for "greater usefulness." In

my opinion. Dr. Van Hood still lives,
and his works follow him.
Yours very truly,
a. Henry. C. Cameron.
Columbus, Ga., Dec. 9.

each day's shipments are also includ-

"Where the River Shannon Flows"
Entertained Large Audience
. . XAst.Night
One of the best entertaininents of offered
fered offered this season; was presented last
night at the Melville Comedians; tent
theater in their splendid offering of
the beautiful play, "Where the River
Shannon Flows." The scenery and
costumes were elegant. The staging

of the production with its electrical

effects are deserving of high com commendation
mendation commendation as well as each and every

member of the cast who in their re

spective roles were artistically pre

sented.

The Melville Comedians are un

doubtedly the best, theatrical organi

zation of its kind on the road today,
and their many press notices all over
the country do not misrepresent them
at any time.

They are offering the famous play.

"Lena Rivers," for tonight's perform performance.
ance. performance. Most every theater goer is fa

miliar with the beautiful story and
urdoubtedly the play will be far
superior in its qualities as presented
by this notable cast of the Melville
Comedians.

DESIRE AN HONEST DEAL

NOTICE TO WOODMEN"

Mr. H. E. Chalker informs us that
today is the first time since he has

been custodian, which is over twelve
years, that the jail has been empty.
If you want Ivory Pyralin goods,
come in and inspect the large display
we have. You can get a small piece or
a complete Toilet Set. Lots of xdd
pieces. Gerig's Drug Store. 12-tf,

W. R. Bryant vs. Ed. Foxworth, ac- ed in the report as well as a report of

tion at law. ;f. o.-b prices prevailing in the Ocala

W. M. Counts vs. Ed. A. Maxey, re-; district and several other competing
plevin. i producing districts. You are familiar

Jas. E. Little vs. D. R. Little, eiect- with these reports and have co-

ment. operated with our representatives.
J. L. Leitner vs. Fannie Stapp, jYcur co-opeartion and support in
ejectment. making this wrork of value to the
Ella T .March vs. J. E. Theus, etc. growers in that district is appreciated.
E. B. Sherman vs. H. N. Nold. During the war emergency the ap-
E. P. Seich vs. Jennie Briggs. j propriations under which this work
A 1 0 1 IT i w a.1.mJ

All mpmhpm ff th Wnnrlmm nfl Anaerson Ol Anaerson VS. IlOUSLOn was tuiiuutteu were gicauy cuirtigcv

the World are earnestly urged to at- & v. ii? enabIe. "s .to exPand the servl.cle1

tend the meeting of the Marion Coun- w- Aanm vs- om,in i
ty Woodmen Association, to be held Criminal Docket 5"?"?- abourt4Jhe most economcaJ
1 ri ,: ATrA;mn. n,v,n. iov. distribution of the more important
jsJ food- fT0PS- esi eme-r
m : -.!tn i a i. entering with intent to commit felony; gency appropriations are not avail-

LVLTL .n "S. tenccd to three years in prison. able this year and consequently the

D. E. Crews, grand larceny. service must be curtailed. The bureau
Will Brown, breaking and entering wil' appreciate a statement from ou
with intent to commit felony; three as to the importance of continuing

what was done at the St. Louis meet

ing. Chas. K. Sage, Secretary.

Waterman's Ideal Fountain Pens on

sale every day at Gerig's Drug Store.
An elegant line of Ladies Hanker Hanker-chiefs
chiefs Hanker-chiefs and Camisoles for Christmas
gifts at the Style Hat Shop. ll-3t

years m prison.

;this work at Ocala. We desire to know

Pink Wright and James Tuggerson,, what effect in. your opinion the with-

larceny of a domestic animal.

drawal of the service will have upon

OCALA STOCKYARDS

tiens surrounding the shipments de-!vai1 dldn be sure to go tonight.

mand the nrotection of that tvne of :Ban"S like Vessella's do not come

. oiien.

2. To utilize full safe carrying ca capacity
pacity capacity of equipment. The average
load per refrigerator car last season
was approximately 360 boxes. It has
been demonstrated that it is prac practicable
ticable practicable to load 432 boxes of citrus
fruit in FGE refrigerator cars. It is
estimated that there are at least
8,000,000 bpxes of citrus fruit to be
moved from Florida. With an aver average
age average load of 360 boxes per car, 22,222
cars will be required to move the crop.
By increasing the load per car to 432
boxes the crop can be moved with
18,518 cars, a saving of 3704 cars for
the season's movement.. '
The .co-operation of shippers is
earnestly solicited to utilize the full
safe carrying capacity of refrigerator
'cars, and to avoid calling for refrig refrigerator
erator refrigerator cars when ventilated box cars
will serve the came purpose.
Lyman DeLano, Federal Mgr.

Dolls and Games for the girls at
THE BOOK SHOP Toy Store. 10-3t

The most complete, line of Thermos

Come

Bottles we have eve displayed,
i nr.J tcs then. Gerig's Drug tJ

All western markets have been
glutted with hogs and prices entirely
demoralized.; Jacksonville prices have
dropped only a half ceit. From pres present
ent present .prospects it looks as if we can pay
ter. cents for top hogs next sale day,
December 16th.
TAKE NOTICE
Our yards will not be open Dec. 23rd
account of Christmas, but the next
sale day after that will be Tuesday,
December 30th.
12-2t OCALA STOCKYARDS.
s

Toys, Toys. Toys
SHOP Toy Store,

at
i

THE BOOK
103t

Remember the Ocala Exchange &

tSore. 1 Hide Co, wants your furs. 6-lm

Tuberculosis Kills 150,000 AMERICANS every
year.
And yet, Tuberculosis is Preventable and
Curable.
The National Tuberculosis Association is con conducting
ducting conducting a sale of Red Cross Christmas Seals, be gin ginning
ning ginning December 1.
The proceeds of this sale will be used to combat
Humanity's most deadly enemy The White Plague
in every community in the United States.
Approximately 92 per cent of the money raised
in your state will be spent there.
This Campaign to save AMERICAN lives will
succeed if you do your part.
Get in touch withiyour state' or local Tubercu Tuberculosis
losis Tuberculosis Association.
Buy Red JCross Christmas 5 Seals, or i Health
Bonds. i
Don't wait for the Seals to come to you.

Enoch Broyles, assault with intent your local marketing problems. Please

to murder; guilty, not sentenced. i state specifically what benefit is de-

Zim Grantham, perjury. j rived from the service as we desire

Leroy Simmon, grand larceny; pied j to compare its importance to your
guilty. J section with its value to other sec-

Martin Smith, buying and receiving tions.

stolen goods.

James Vaught, alias James Haw

kins, grand larceny.

Oscar Johns, larceny of hogs; con

tinued.

James Theus, buying and receiving
stolen goods.

J. D. Williams, larceny of a heifer.
REMEMBER OUR SOLDIERS

DOVT GAMBLE WITH FATE

Mr. George W. Peck left yesterday!

afternoon for Gainesville after a day's

visit in the city in the interest of the
tuberculosis campaign.
Mr. Peck is director of the cam campaign
paign campaign in Florida for the selling of the

American Red Cross Christmas seals,
which funds go entirely toward help

ing suppress the white plague, and he

came to Ocala to give necessary in

formation and help the committee
here in charge of the sale of these
Christmas seals.

Ninety-one per cent of the funds

from the seal sale remain in Florida,
while the remaining nine per cent
goes to the National Tuberculosis As

sociation in New York. Mrs. H. C.
Dozier is chairman of this committee
in Ocala, and if you have not been
called upon to buy these seals, phone
Mrs. Dewier and she will see that you
get them immediately.
Do not be a slacker when called

upon to help this good cause. Every

Christmas remembrance, card and let

ter should have one of these Red Cross

Christmas seals.

In this day of uncertainties you

! should KNOW just what to expect

from a life insurance policy. When
you take out a policy in the Pacific
Mutual Life Insurance Company (old
line) you KNOW what you are to
pay every day up to its maturity. Ask
us about the "Five in One" policy we

;are now writing. It protects you dur

ing life and your dependent ones after
your death. Come in and let's talk it
over BEN T. BELLFLOWER,

12-2t District Manager.

310 North Mam Street. Ocala.

Morriston, Fla., Dec. 8, 1919.
Mr; F. E. Harris,
Editor of the Ocala Banner.
Dear Sir: In commenting on "The.
Bond Election Lost, you say: "The
outlying districts those that voted
down the best proposition that will
perhaps ever be presented to them
will have to do the worrying.' We
are included in your list of the Mwor-v
rying." Judging 'from your silence in
the past, speaking of inequality in an
honest distribution of road funds,
especially as relates to the western
and northwestern portions of our
ccunty, it is not surprising you should
exult over the "worrying" to which
we have subjected ourselves in bond
defeat.

You have known all along of a lack
of appreciation of a section (ours),
unequaled in citizenship and fertility
of soil. Did you remonstrate? You
know that taxation without represen representation
tation representation is as odious in one form as an another.
other. another. You know that funds of a bond
issue could be as readily diverted
misapplied as has been heretofore
the custom with county funds. "You
know the administration of our road
affairs would remain unchanged if
bonds had carried.
. You know that we know that the
"outlying districts" know that a bond bonding
ing bonding to themimplies: Increased taxa taxation
tion taxation without t corresponding benefit.
You know that we know that the peo people
ple people of Standard, Romeo, Fantviile and
Wacahoota communities know that
scarcely any funds have been expend expended
ed expended in road improvement in their re respective
spective respective localities.
Your ambition for bonds may be

similar to that of an Ocala hotel man
who in an unguarded moment said:
"If the Dixie Highway is built my
ambition is satisfied. Are the "out "outlying
lying "outlying districts" contributing to the
Dixie Highway? Here it goes: Two
mills; auto licenses, inspection fees
for gasoline, convicts all surrendered
to it. Not a cent from these used on
the "outlying districts."
There i3 an unrest and- discontent
here which only an honest deal can
dispeL Our friend Benjamin of the
Star realizes the fact, and he has
given notice that a continuation of
forgetting us may result in a loss to
Marion county. Yours truly,
J. B. George.

Jewelery in
BOOK SHOP.

abundance

at THE
10-3t

Mechanical Toys for the boys at
THE BOOK SHOP. 10-3t
Skates at THE BOOK SHOP. 10-3t

All customers of Federal Bread are

satisfied, customers. Ask them. tf

The best winter horr anrf mot

ture is rye, rape and oats. At Ocala
Seed Store. iaff

B

Fiilses

Bums. Cuts. Pflnes. Bite. Enm
and other fom.s of skin eruption r
Inirre lately KoutheJ. Uninfected SJivl
qulcklj T&&ish when you us

FOR SALE One lot of shelving lum lumber
ber lumber and one Beaver Board partition
10 x 25 feet; a few 2x4. E. C Jor Jordan
dan Jordan & Co. 12-St

Healing Oil

Keep It en your she!f for emergencies.

Ask. your dealer ior rt

M out tHaejy
AU&sau.

Co,

Visit

Store.

THE BOOK

SHOP'S Toy
10-3t

A ring, watch charm Or Ilin uritVi

his lodge emblem will be a most ar-
i r

P'eciaieu vnnsimas present for him
See them here. J. E.'Allemand. Kl

rington Hall hotel block. 12-tf

Select Stationery in Holiday boxes
at Gerig's Drug Store. i2tf
Victor records of Vessella's band at
THE BOOK SHOP. lOt
We buy all kinds of furs. Ocala
Exchange and Hide Co. 6-lm
Genuine Seneca cameras and films
for holiday gifts, at the Anti-M6nop-oly
Drug Store. 2-tf



OCALA EVENING St Aft, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 12. 1919

ICJIU EVEIIIIIG STAR

west. Indians murdered and scalped
the pioneers, but the pioneers went
on. Where are the Indians now ? Am

ericans began going into Texas when

ubiiMhed Every Day Except Sandar fcy Texas belonged to Mexico. Ameri-

STAR PUBLISHING COMPANY cans will keep on going into Mexico,

OF OCALA, FLA.

H. It. Carroll, President
V. Leavenjcood, Secretary-Treaamrer
J. II. llrnjawln. Editor

I and one of these days, if their govern

ment won't stand by them, they will

stand by themselves and stand Mex Mex-I
I Mex-I ico" on its head.

Entered at Ocala., la., postofflc as

sccona-ciass matter.
- TELEPHONES

We feel like a million dollars to

! day, the reason being that for the first

time in our life we are a millionaire.

From our friend, Joe Earman. of the

Palm Beach Post, we received a check

UaNine office. jTiw-Oie for one million dollars worth of con

llliMnijII Afir!f iTRn tIBS I viuwuuao tunium

- I., 1 1 J- T TTf

The Associated Tksik la kiMuiIthIt "Ie Beniai juy-spreaame woe. we

entitled for the use for republication of J have banked said check and will
all news dispatches credited to It orldraw nn it ?tpnHilv Anrinv tho vpi
not otherwise credited in thia paper !r.w n u. steaiiy aunng tne yeai

and also the local news published lLike all other humans, we need such

nerein. au ngnis.oi republication on. j vji

oeclal disDatches herein are also re- r 1U,,U

served.

FARMERS SHOULD ORGANIZE UNIONS ANlS CO-OPERATE
O
In talking with Attorney General Swearingen in Jacksonville a few
days ago, I mentioned the fact that farm labor was very short and com

pletely demoralized. The attorney general suggested the enforcement of the
agrancy laws as a remedy, and has since supplied me with copies of the
laws, Sections 3570 and 3571.
A careful study of these sections of the laws makes me believe Attorney
General Swearingen is right and proper in the suggestion given. I believe
the enforcement of the vagrancy laws would greatly help the farmers. The
laws are such that any neighborhood or community can act.
I believe that it would be unwise for any individual farmer to try to
have the law enforced. I believe it would be unwise for one community to
try to enforce these laws. The whole county should act as one person.
I make this suggestion: Let each neighborhood join the Farmer's
Union and let each union get in touch with the other unions, and have the
whole county organized and each community doing its best to compel the
idle men to work would do good.
Then we should adopt a standard of wages for farmjielp and a standard

number of hours for a day. This should be county-wide.

These suggestions cannot be carried out individually. Jt can only be

successful by co-operation, one with the other.

The Gwermn

I would suggest that each election precinct in the county organize for

About the time Congress began to more and better farm labor.

gee ready to act toward Mexico with Banker-farmer, join with us in getting better labor on the farm,
vigor, Mr. Wilson recovered some of farmer-lawyer, join with us; farmer-doctor, we want your help; farmer farmer-his
his farmer-his vicror and at once proceeded to i

ths? in VadvnC;::::::: 1.60 devigorate Congress Mr Wilson is each and e person in the county has has the welfare of the
. lnadvance 0 not going to let our big bully of a na- T A a nrnoo u; c;

The following resolutions have been adopted by the executive commit

tee of the Farmer's Union of the county:

WHEREAS, The labor problem of the farmer is of such a character

If Marion doesn't bond for enough as to make it unsafe for the farmer to try to farm; and,

"WHEREAS, The lack of a standard price of labor and hours of day

are demoralizing to the farmer; and,

"WHEREAS, The high price of labor has destroyed in many cases a

SUIISCIUPTIOX RATES
, Domestic

One, year. In advance $f.00hi3 vigor and at once proceeded to

bix monins

Three mon

'ne month

Porelara

na w In n liratiM ft AA

six months, in advance!!!! 111111 4.2 5 1 matter how many Americans said

X5!ee .n-tn8In-A4la."ce H Mexicans murder or abuse.

vsjie iiiuuiii, hi ouvauv. ........ .v

tion hurt his dear little Mexicans, no

nV.rif.lo o w nt v,0rv. I u Duua ma vixie xiignway, uie gov

a.u i eriiiuent wm route ib viiru auuiuer

vw ucaiu, -, i ... ...

countyr leaving us witnoui any 1m

i i mi j.i a.

And how after all- thse years PYcva 1 1 weJweste ame full supply of labor; and,

rnmoo-nn.anntW rhrP f franrl cuuniy wm eceue. aim iyc .mrurouAC -n,

1 us both left out and cut out. Just

a&uiab j. .lit iuuiac. i, , ...

one on umb awmie.

"WHEREAS, The individual is helpless to solve this problem; and,
"WHEREAS, Enforcement of the vagrancy laws would give the farmer

more labor: therefore, be it

Seems like our. entreaties in behalf Congressman Mason's bill to. send "RESOLVED, That the executive committee of the Farmer's Union of

or that primary school have fallen an American minister and consuls to Marion county instruct all unions in the county to concentrate their efforts
on hearts, Or ears, of Stone. thr TriK rpnnV1i romps nn tndav.Mn miwn nrfraniro onoh olpctinn rlistrirt in the countv into a farmer's

We should not like to have the job of I uni0n. and collectively work as one man to solve the labor problem; and be

The King's Daughters have had being American minister to the Irish it further

some help, but not so much as they republic, unless we had at least a few

need in order to help others. influential British friends who were

willing to go our bail.

. Christmas work consists of making

people happy. There are a great

many people, but it takes little to

make some of them happy.

W. A. REDDING

"RESOLVED, That our organization send a -copy of these resolutions to

each prominent farmer in the county, and offer assistance in organizing and
preparing to enforce the vagrancy laws and inaugurate equal hours of work
and uniform work; and be it further

"RESOLVED, That the executive committee of the Farmer's Union of

Charter Oak and almost the entire the county call a mass meeting of all persons in the county interested in

county was saddened Saturday morn-l the labor problem to meet at a near date in Ocala; and be it furtehr

"RESOLVED, That the Marion County Board of Trade assist in mak

ing this move a success."

A mass meeting is called to meet in Ocala, December 18th, at 10 o clock

... .. . ..... t t n r mTT m

a. m. All parties interested are invited to attend. o. uoni,

For Marion County Farmer's Union.

MtSMW A Few

mzmmry For

j

Suggestions

Useful

Ivory Toilet Sets, Ivory Manicure Sets,
Ivory Baby Toilet Sets.

i Leather Hand Bags, Suit Cases, Portfolios, Trunks

Hunting Coats, Leggings, Boots, Belts and Gun Cases'

Flash Lights, Roller Skates, Fishing Tackle and
Golf Balls.

We guess Rube Allyn is on his way ing. Dec. 6th. when the news went

to his beloved South Florida. He forth that Mr. W. A. Redding had

passed thru Ocala coupla days ago, been killed.

buc was not formal enough to pay us Mr. Redding hitched a pair of mules

a call. I to a weed cutter, taking the lines in

his hands and started the mules. They

The average American or Entente became f riehtened and ran away

soldier of sailor can truthfully say, throwing Mr. Redding on his head and YPIACQCAI PflM C Y
"We did our best to bring about causing concusion of the brain. I AlllHU OLML tilUllL I

civilian Mr. Reddinc was born at Fort Mc-

everlasting peace, but our

bosses have played hell."

Coy, Jan. 3, 1863. He was married to
Miss Hettie L. Fields of Gaiter. Dec.

Chicago will be the meeting place m, 1884. This union was blessed with

of the next national republican con-j eight children, two of whom preceded

vention. We suppose that eminent their father to the great beyond. Mr.

copperhead, Mayor 'lhompson, will l Redding was a solid, all around good

deliver the welcoming address I citizen and a consistent member of

the Baptist church. His friends were

TO BE SPENT LOCALLY

An exchange says that Billy Bryan I numerous among both white and col

may set himself up as a judge of the ored.

qualifications' of democratic candi- Mr. Redding leaves to mourn his

datSs. Any democratic candidate wholdeath a devoted wife and six children.! hitiaiiii

'onnroe Mr Rrvnn is nlnxrirnr snfe I kn. a-n4 -fnit- mrla namalwl NM I IVJltHLa

Henry L. Redding and John W. Red

91.7 Per Cent, of All Funds Rais Raised
ed Raised In Any State Remain There
to Carry Out the Local
Programs.

FUND IS SMALL

Seems to us from all we have lieard I ding. Both of these young men were

of the soviet system that it would be J in service for their country overseas.

RED DROSS OFFICIAL

APPROVES SEAL SALE

Dr. Livingston Farrand, Chair Chairman
man Chairman of the Central Committee,

American Red Cross, Expresses

Hope That Public Will Give

Generous Support

,

Shot Guns, Rifles and Revolvers

Hundreds of Other Articles Suitable for Holiday Gifts

9

JAMIE

Headquarters for
Sporting Goods

FULL LINE OF GENTS FURNISHING GOODS

SALE IS NOW UNDER WAY.

an ideal form or government in a

' country when all the people were in intelligent
telligent intelligent and virtuous. But there;
isn't any such country.
It is whispered around that the
reason Alderman-elect Simmons cut
off his mustache at the beginning of
his campaign was to facilitate oper operations
ations operations when he had to kiss the babies.
.He can 'grow it on again now
The Gainesville News truthfully re remarks:
marks: remarks: "It is just as embarrassing. to
' the young man as it is ta the young
lady, and even more so to the man management
agement management of the theater, to hear a
filthy joke cracked, or song sung, on
the stage."
We are hopeless bourgeoises in our
musical tastes. Last' nighty while Ves Ves-sella's
sella's Ves-sella's band was rendering exquisite
. and highclass music, we sat there and
wished' it would turn itself loose on
"Silver Threads Among the Gold," or
"There'll 'be a Hot Time in the Old
Town Tonight.'1 s
The fifth Michigan district has nom

inated Victor L. Berger for the seat

y he forfeited in Congress. It will be
well for all genuine Americans to
carefully note, in the event of Ber Ber-ger's
ger's Ber-ger's election,, what representatives
favor his taking his seat and vote
. against any of them returning to the
next House.

The irls are Mrs. J. A. Scroggie, Mrs.

J. M. Remington, Mrs. H. L. Reming

ton and-Miss Nannie Redding. Be Besides,
sides, Besides, a host of other relatives and
friends mourn their loss. May those

who loved him realize the Good Shep

herd leadest and it is well.

National Tuberculosis Association and

American Red Cross Share Re Remaining
maining Remaining 8.3 Per Cent.

f

"For the Health of This Com Community.
munity. Community. Such Is the slogan
appearing on the flap of enve envelopes
lopes envelopes on which the Red Cross

The bodv was laid to rest in the I Christmas Seal Is Drinted. The issue

- w I

Lucius cemetery Sunday. The funeral I of such envelopes In order to save the

services were conducted by Rev. J. C. trouble of affixing gummed seals to

Rogers of Bushnell. The pall bearers letters sent out In quantity by lHnre
were Messrs. T. W. Barnett, Dan corporations and business houses' has

More Than 650,000,000 Seals Must Be
Disposed of to Insure the Success of

RAILROAD

SCHEDULES

Arrival and Departure of passenger

the Natton-Wlde Educational and I trains at OCALA UNION STATION

Shaw, George Johns, Will Johns, W.

R. Freer and C. E. Lucius.

Mr. Redding was strictly a Marion
county citizen, having spent his entire

life in the county and was one that

practiced the golden rule. J. N. S.
FAIRFIELD

Fairfield, Dec. 11. Mrs. W. R.

Simpson and children of Kingsland,
Ga., are visiting Mrs. Simpson's

father, Mr. W. A. Yongue.

Mr. Myron Rou of Lowell, was the
guest of Mr. C. B. Rou Saturday

night.

Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Mack are visit-

ine their son. Mr. J. L. Mack and

fan.ily at'Micanopy.

Quite a number of our people were WILS0N ENDORSES STAMP SALE.

at the circus m ucaia aaturaay.

been inaugurated this year as part of
the machinery of .distribution set in
motion by the National Tuberculosis
Association and Its 1,000 State and lo local
cal local organizations In disposing of more
than 650,000,000 Red Cross Christmas
Seals during the ten day sale which
began on December I.
The significance of the slogan lies in
the fact that whether the letter is
mailed In Los Angeles or Boston, in
Chicago or in Galvpston It still holds
true. "This community" literally
means the place where the seal is
bought aud used. To be exact, U1.7
per cent of the funds raised Is devoted
to local anti-tuberculosis activities iu
the state. Of the remaining 8.3 per
cent a portion goes to the Ued Cross.

Preventive Campaign of the Nation

al Tuberculosis Association In 1920.

The following schedule figures pub

lished as information and not guar guar-I
I guar-I anteed.

(Eastern Standard Time)

SEABOARD AIR LINE RAILROAD

Leave Arrive

Dr. Livingston Farrand, exec

utive head of the American

Red Cross, has riven his un

nnaitfl ndonmnt of the 3:10 am Jacksonville-NTork 3:05 am

ksia Rd rroM Hhristmaa Seal sale. l:5opm Jacksonville 1:35 pm

tfK tm .. vhiftk I Tampa-

a 7' ."" Cr 2:15 am Manatee-

wixi eiieuu ior ten oays uuuer uiv i e PotercKurtr

uayiio Ul luc fauuutti xuuwvu.uoio It,ii n ill nni H

3:35 pm

Leave

Arrive

ed- 2:12 pm Jacksonville-N'York 3:15 am

, 11:45 pm J'ksonville-GaTisvilIe. 2:oopm

3:15 am Sta'et'sbrg-i-aKeiand z:izam

sbrg-

3:35 pm StPet'sbrg-Lakeland 1:25 pm

v:iu am "uunnenQn-wncox
5:25 pm Homosassa 1:35 pm
4:45 pm Gainesville 11:50 am

Monday, Wednesday, Friday.

Association and Its 1,000 allied organ
JzarJons. A fund of more than $6,500,

000, which will be used In the 1920

ucatlonal and preventive campaign

will be raised through the sale of the

seals.

Acquainted as be Is with all ques
Uons of general health community Ira

provement and relief because of the

nature of his work and office. Dr. Far

rand s endorsement is cased upon an

expert knowledge of what the Na

tional Tuberculosis Association has ac- The guilds of Grace Episcopal

complished and will accomplish In the church will hold a sale of aprons and
Mature. His letter to Dr. Charles J. fpncy work articles at the Affleck
Hatfield, Managing Director of the Na- Millinery Parlors Wednesday, Dec. 17,

tional Tuberculosis Association, roi- &i 10:30 a. m.

lows:

"I have been greatly interested In Y. ft. Lane, AX. D rhysidan and

FANCY WORK SALE

SAVE MONEY ON ME AT
We always handle the best fresh meat to be
had and our prices are always the lowest
Round Steak .25c pest Pork Chops "...30
Loin Steak 30c Pork Sausage 25c
Stew Meat 15c.
Groceries, Fruit, Vegetables, Etc.
NEW YORK MEAT MARKET
FREE DELIVERY WEST BROADWAY PHONE 110

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lil.l irli.-li.i

Rev. Chapm of Ocala preached at Pres,dent WIshe8 .The Very Best Sue j the plans that the National Tuberculo- Surgeon, specialist Eye, Ear. Nose and 1

There is one thing Wilson 'and Car-

hoth take notice of. That

is that in spite of murder, robbery and i dick last week.

cowardly desertion by their own gov government,
ernment, government, Americans continue to go
into Mexico. They go into that coun

try like their ancestors. went into the

the Baptist church last Sunday.

We are glad to say that the Fair

field church nledsred its quota in the

$75,000,000 campaign.

Miss Agnes Gatrell was the guest

of her uncle and aunt, Dr. and Mrs.
R. D. Ferguson at their home at Red-

cess". for the 1919 Red Cross Xmas

Seal Campaign

The most beautiful line of penny
post cards ever shown in Ocala. THE
SPECIALTY SHOP, A. E. GERIG.

M ifcdLs m
fly (ssr 2l

KflUDAY (BIOCHI

' 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 . PHONE 413

T

sis Association Is making for the sale

of Christmas Seals during the coming
nolidaj season; The success of that

President Wilson, In a letter 'effort Is Indispensable to the carrying
to Dr. Charles J. Hat- at of the farreachlng plans of tht
field. Managing Director of Association In Its fight against tuber-
the National Tuberculosis culosis in this country.

Association, expresses keen Interest In The American people, In common
the work of the association and wishes with the nations of Europe, are be be-success
success be-success to the 1919 Red Cross Christ- (coming aroused to the critical Impor Impor-mas
mas Impor-mas Seal sale. More than 650,000,000 tance of the problem of vitality and
seals must be pold during the ten day conservation of health as the neces neces-drive
drive neces-drive which began on December 1, to aary factor In re-establishing the
assure a one hundred per cent, appll- world after the devastation and de de-cation
cation de-cation of the Association's 1935 educa- structlon caused by the war. Of all

tional and preventive campaign. The the preventable diseases, tuberculosis J

President's letter follows: takes perhaps the first place In lmpor-
"Allow me to express again my deep lance. For 'that reason I view with
interest in the work of the National keenest, sympathy and approval the
Tuberculosis Association. I am very splendid work which the. National Tu Tu-uiuch
uiuch Tu-uiuch interested .to learn of the efforts berculosls Association Is conducting,
of the Association to raise the sum iand I trust that the response of the
of six and one-half million dollars. that American people In the Christmas Seal
the state budgets may be financed for Campaign will be generous and unlver unlver-the
the unlver-the coming year, and write to wish the saL Sincerely yours.

Throat. Law Library Building, Ocala,

Florida. tf

WE

WEI

1 CAST MDN

It makes no differencehow badly it is broken, we
can weld it as good as new at a very small cost.
We Also Weld Automobile Frames, Cop Cop-tf
tf Cop-tf per, Brass, Aluminum and StecL
NO JOB TOO LARGE FOR US TO HANDLE
AUTOGENOUS WELDING & ELECTRIC CO.
H. L. WIKLE, Manager. Cor. Oklawaha Ave. & Orange St.

very best success of the effort.'

CHILDREN.

David Starr Jordan savs:
"There Is nothing In all
the world so Important as
little children; nothing po

interesting. If you wish to go in
for philanthropy. If ever you wish
to be of any use In the world, do
something for little children. If
ever you yearn to be truly wise,
rtudy children. We can dress the
sore, bandage the vround; Imprison
the criminal, heal ths sick and
bury the dead, but there Is always
a chance that we can save the
child. If the great army of phi philanthropists
lanthropists philanthropists ever exterminate sin
and pestilence, ever work out the
race's salvation, it will be .because
a little child has led them.-
RED CROSS CHRISTMAS
SEALS SAVE THE LIVES OF
AMERICAN CHILDREN Pr.v
them to-day.

(Signed) LIVINGSTON FARRAND,
"Chairman, Central Committee, Amer American
ican American Red Cross."

HEALTH -BONDS POPULAR.

The demand for the Health
Bonds which the National Tu Tuberculosis
berculosis Tuberculosis Association Issued
this year for the first time are

meeting with a ready sale. The bonds
tare In graduated denominations, the
smallest being for 15. In the past
-aome of the large business houses and
oter large contributors found It diffi difficult
cult difficult to use up the number of Red
Cross Seals their subscriptions called
for. The bonds have been Issued for
tht convenience of large subscribers
and the proceeds of their sale will be
used for the same purpose as the
Christmas Seal funds tha financing
of the 1920 effort to redu.ee the num number
ber number of death? from tuberculosis In the
United States. Last year the disease
Ialmed 150,000 lives. The health
onds can be obtained from state and
;cal tuberculosis associations.

W. R. Pedrick

J. H. Spencer

THE OCALA GA .ENGINE WOMS
Local Agents for Hie Old Reliable

Announces that they are now Handling Storage Batteries and
maintain a fully equiped service station for recharging batteries.
Complete line of GOODYEAR and UNITED STATES Tires and
Tubes. All kinds of Automobile Accessories, and a full line of
parts for the BUICK.

GASOLINE

OILS

GREASE

Acetylene Welding Our Specialty'

OCALA GA ENGINE W0EM
-
SPENCER a PEDRICK, Proprietors.
" When Better Automobiles Are BdilTbuicklWill Build Them '
Ocklawalia Avenue and Osceola SI. OcnloFIorMn



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XMAS SPECIALTIES

Mirrors, Combs and
Toilet Accesories

Parisian Ivory

Stationery Special value in $2.00 Boxes
0
Candies "Goodness Knows They're Good"
ParfnfnQ and Perfumizers
L vI ltlIll3D Domestic and Imported
ario-no The kind he likes
gdl & to smoke
Make your selection-while
the assortment is complete
G. C. GREEN & CO.

OCALA OCCiBEHCES

If you have
phone five-one.

any society items,

Mr. Hugh Hale, one of Brooksville's

prominent young men, was in the city

yesterday.
Mr. Straus L. Lloyd, one of Inver

ness' legal lights, was in the city

Thursday transacting business.

See Allemand for jewelry for your

Christmas presents. 12-tl

Mr. and Mrs. John Mathews and
Mi Belcher of Candler were in the
citv last niehL to hear Vessella's

band.

PYLES & PERKINS CO.
(Successors to E. C Jordan & Co.)
Funeral Directors and Embalmers
.
Calls Answered Promptly, Day or Night
Motor Equipment
117 East Oklawaha Avenue
PHONE 555 RESIDENCE PHONE 225

Mr. and Mrs. Bellflower of Atlanta

are stopping at the home of Mm. J

IH. Smith on North Main street. Mr.

Bellflower is representing the Pacific

Mutual Life Insurance Company in

this district and will make Ocala his

headquarters.

Just received, a bier shipment 01

Parisian Ivory goods in manicure sets

combs, brushes, mirrors, etc. Anti

Monopoly Drug Store. 2-ti

Miss Annette Ribekova, the beauti
ful and talented singer, with Vessel

la's band, visited the industrial schoo

this afternoon and sang for Miss Da

s and her girls, who, it is hardly

J necessary to say, were delighted both
with the songs and the singer.

UNCLASSIFIED

ADVERTISEMENTS

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SALE. FOB RENT AND SIM SIMILAR
ILAR SIMILAR LOCAL NEEDS

rates Six line maximum, one

time, 25c.; three times, 50c-: six times
75c; one month $3. Payable in ad-

(Custo

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11 11 V

vance.

FOR SALE A 1918 Dodge touring
car. New battery, new tire. In first first-class
class first-class condition. Cheap for cash. Ap

ply to Mrs. L. Toffaletti. lZ-4t

Yon Serve You Save

REWARD I will pay a suitable re

ward for return of male pointer dog
lost last Friday. Has liver spots on
head and back; balance of body white.

Fred Malever. 10-6t

lie U-Seirwe (Emmy 1

por SALE One cow- fresn: 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. H-6t

t Fountain Pens make a useful
Christmas gift. See our assortment.
THS SPECIALTY SHOP, A. E.
GERIG. 10-4t

WANTED At once, bookkeeper. Per

manent position. Apply to B. Gold'
man, Ocala, Fla. H-6t

WANTED Medium size iron safe,
W. W. Condon. Ocala. Fla. ll-t

WANTED Saleslady experienced in
handling ladies' ready-to-wear goods.

Permanent nosition. Apply to B.

Goldman, Ocala, Fla. ll-6t

Christmas Suggestions

FOR RENT Furnished room with

all modern conveniences; outside en

trance. Phone 242 or call at No. 19,

Herbert street. U-6t-dh

FOR SALE Typewriter in first, class

G. W. Martin of Ocala and Atlanta condition. Price very reasonable. Will

.. i ci.il psck gy nr. wpp if iv navmenis.

was in tne city yesterday on a Dusmess XT. A m

mission. Mr. Martin is more affection- a ppiy care or ouicc.

ately known in this part or the state WANTEDAt once, 10,000 bushels
as "Texas," and his many friends ml .e QT,,T VIr:pfv. w want

Tampa are always delighted to yoi fo' hidWi cotton, etc Ocala
him. Tampa Tribune. jp. ;o f!rmhl

knlUinrf Dxtla Fla. 19-tf

Mrs. U. L. Gamsby m a nospitaoie

and cordial manner entertained yes- FOR RENT Three nice rooms with

terday afternoon at her home on We- Un modern conveniences. Call at 212

nona street the married ladies' auc- Orange avenue or phone 39. 9-6t

fimi plnh Thp rnnms where the earnest-

were enjoyed were prettily ornament- WANTED Infant clothing
prf with vasps of beautiful flowers, description. No matter how email the

and for several hours many rounds of gift, it will be appreciated. Leave

this enchanting game were indulged your on enng ai airs. uiacaDuru m ro ro-in.
in. ro-in. after which the hostess served to idence on Oklawaha avenue. Mrs. C

I .... v-t . J A. TTi T 1.

her guests a tempting course of chick- Lu uiuinger, presiara aup vnujfu-

I an color) Pnffoo on1 enflfrt rtfifpS flTl I trS JJ-tt

I a.. n r T? TT I

counting up wie score, wra. x-. lr. caTPTa .ot t1

Logan, Mfss Minnie Gamsby -and Mw. ts. $5 each; one cabinetmaker's

vernie sevens were me wiree n.Bae fa (g drawer8) 10; one clothes

mi f 11 j 1 1 1 1- I w UiUAM M WW. w

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Cameo Brooches, Lavallieres
and Rings
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 j
Stick Pins, Cuff Links and
Gold Pen Knives I
$1.50 to $25.00
Fountain Pens
From $1.50 to $15.00
Men's and Boys' Watches
From $7.50 to $65 00
Pearl Necklaces
From $12 to $35
Gold Waldemar Chains
From ?7.50 to $25.00
Many other articles too numerous to mention here. Come in
and look my stock over, whether you intend buying or not.
PHONE 494.
J. CHARLES SMITH
West of Courthouse
Ocala Florida

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joyed Mrs. Gamsby's hospitality: Mrs. pnR SALE (Wood Cut .to Order.)

t a. iiogan, jur3.- vernie oievens, Reduce the high cost ojt keeping corn corn-Mrs.
Mrs. corn-Mrs. George Ford, Mrs. L. R. Chazal, fortable this winter by buying youx
Mrs. N. Hickman, Mrs. J, J. Gerig, wonH cut rpadv to hnrn direct from

Mrs. Clarence Camp, Mrs. F. T. tne producer, thereby saving the
Schreiber,, Misses Minnie Gamsby, profits of the city wood yard. Orders

Emily Stotesbury and Abbie Munroe. filled anywhere in the city. Phone

: 39 M. C. P. Howell. Ocala. 4-m

A bracelet watch is just the. thing

There is no time like the present to begin
saving. Get the habit. Set a good example for
your children.
Put you savings in Thriit Stamps We
have them here for your Convenience. De Thrilty.
Extra Specials for
Saturday the 13tl.
Make this your Lucky Day
. Free Market Baskets'
Every customer spending CSV one dollar or
more on this date (13th) will be given a market
baskt, absolutely FREE. Get yours.
32c. Tiny Tot Teas .Per Tin 24c'
No. 2 Tins Florida Cguaranteed) Tomatoes Per Tin lZVzC
iy2 pound Tins Crisco '. .Per Tin 48c"
3 pound Tins Crisco Per Tin 95c
6 pound Tins Crisco Per Tin L90
1 pound packages Nucoa Oleomargarine Per lb. 36c
15c. tins Van Camp's Soups, all varieties .....Per Tin llc
15c packages Armour's Corn Flakes Per package 10c
15 ounce package Pansy Brand Seeded Raisins Per pkg 17c
Fancy Lemons Per dozen 20c
$1.25 Bottles Virginia Dare Wine .... Per bottle 90c

gotsttli Side of Post Office.

BURBANK

national Harvester demonstration.
Mr. M. D. L. Graham returned, last

Burbank, Dec. 12 Miss Theresa Tuesday from Miami, where he had

Smith and little brother, Laurence, ar- been visiting his daughter, Mrs. C. E.

for daughter's Christmas present, and I FOR SALE Nice milk cow' with! rived last Monday and will" spend the Turner and Mrs. Charles Hilghman.

.... 1 1 n ri A tt lt nr fit a. x i m r -r i TT t a. r -L: TT l!

those at Allemand s are being sola atlueiier can. oee j. a. tioiioway, uo winwr wim uieir uncie, iur. tawara ur. neruert uuuinson oi nuuuug

truly low prices.

12-tf

Lime street, Ocala, Fla.

5-6t

Blankenhorn. ;ton W. Va., arrived in Burbank last

Mr. and Mrs. Sam Messick, Messrs. week and will spend the holidays with
H. I. Turner and C. M. Baker motored hi j parents, Mr. and Mrs. Brandt.

Miss Julia N. McKim, who has

T?rT-l n A T TT All 1 J -f M

last night, to whom they rendered in enmery, piows, "" V""T to Ocala Monday to attend the Inter-

fine style "The River Shannon," which v"w Vs"

they will give "Lena Rivers," and at
their matinee at 3 o'clock tomorrow Some them. Kirby Stock. Ftent

afternoon they will play "Little Red muea oui .on DUYer oprmp

Riding Hood," which all the children 1 au

should see. Tomorrow night they will pQR SALE Residence with 5 rooms

play "bt. u,lmo." it will be seen by aE(! batv laree porches: corner of

these announcements that the reper- Franklin and Clark streets: also

toire of Melville's comedians is chief- la,e barn Will scW for or on
1 1 ii I

ly maae up oi inose gooa oia siones tenns. Call phone 493. 12-2-lm

tnar are always young. i

FOR SALE at 702 Wyomina street,
six-room house, also bath, and summer
kitchen; all modern improvements.

Belleview. Dec. 11. The Civic Also rock face cement-block machine.

Lea true neonle enioved the first card Carl WenzeL 2-l-S0t

nesday evening, and will be continued .r"x7" 1U
PvPrv WoHnpcHftv mVht this winter. bargain. Phone 492, or wnte Box 445,

Mr. Harry Weavers brother is vis

iting him. FURNITURE. ETC I buv and sell

Thursday evening the liteerary av.0nri hand fnrniture. Exnerts nut it

meeting was held at the town hall as in condition before re-sellinc.

usual. I

A good sizea crowa enjoyea we .,,. -ntnpiwrA. tr. J. W. Hunter.

. .1 1 1 It T-t 1 t-A I 1

aance ax, ine league nau rnoay nigni,. 310 312 3U South Main St. 23-tf

iirs. v. u. rrait sou iurs. nuwen

been spending the past four months
in Knoxville, Tenn-, stopped several
days with her niece, Mrs. H. L Turner
on her way to her home, in Sanford.
Mr. Bryan Hitchcock left Saturday
for Tampa, where he will be in the
hospital for treatment.
Messrs. W. P. Vickers and J. L
Taylor were in Ocala last week taking
the teacher's examination.

BELLEVIEW

hiiWhirtt.i.iHiHii.MH

MENT

We are now prepared to give demonstrations
in the popular

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to show its many new and striking features.
MEEPHAM BROTHERS

Opposite Harrington Hall Hotel.

Phone 193

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raw

Negotiable Storage Receipts Issued

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

on Cotton, Automobiles, Etc
LONG DISTANCE MOVING

December
Reduction Sale

At

Pratt were in Ocala Friday shopping.! WOOD For oak wood, ut to order,

We were all very sorry to learn of I call Teapot Grocery, or see J. H. J.

the death of Mr. W. A. Redding of Counts. 19-tf

u.tJ.v. rf, v m .m ma. m .t T

of our people attended the funeral wuulp rnone 14D ior a lensawui

Sunday. loa or pme woouj wurvugwy

Mr. George Bailey. Mrs. Sara Van iicc h

rut in your wmter supply now.

m;: o,a T7or ot, TO;n I SmoaK 's Wood Yard. ..lo-tr

w
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cupy tne Miiisom collage wis winter. a hi line of those thick tablets.

Mrs. Louis Weihe received news of . A vjjj1mh r.Vtm TTt

her father's death in Ohio Saturday. 1 QPprT T rriV oTrnp A p nTmn

iviiss iiue xremere iexb oaiuruav
for Manatee, where she will take a

position in the telegraph office.

'Several of our people attended the

circus in Ocala Saturday.

Mrs. Mary Fogg has recently had

city water installed in her hmse.

Mr. John Hames and Mr. Freeman

Hames are working in Oxford.

Miss Booth has recently returned

from. the north and will have rooms

with Miss Powers this winter.

There was a Sunday afternoon song

service held at the Civic League hall.

Mr. John E. Tremere and wife ex

ptct to spend the winter with Mr. C.

A. Tremere and family.

Several of our boys are packing

citrus fruit at Candler.

Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Freeman and

daughter, Miss Ethel, enjoyed the
show in Ocala Monday night.

The B. Y. P. U. park has been clean

ed up and a purlo was given Tuesday

night hich was much enjoyed By all.

Don't forget the cafeteria supper at

the Civic League hall Friday night.

An entertaining evening is in pros
pect.

Mrs. Harley Chambers and baby
are staying at the residence of Mrs.

O. M. Gale.

Mr. Needham Nix is making his

parents a short visit.

Mr. and Mrs. Louis Schmidt and
daughter, Mrs. Hull and small son

came Tuesday.

Mr, and Mrs. Walter Nelson enter entertained
tained entertained a few friends at their cottage

at Smith Lake Tuesday night-

We Are Offering

A Spelndid Selection of

JEWEL

For Holiday Presents

Style laf 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 exclusiveness 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
them.

Style Mat Shop
fX&L & C Bank Bnildlzifj
Ocala Florida

PLAIN AND SET RINGS, WATCHES;
BROOCHES, NECKLACES,
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 hi the line of Jew-
-
elry for Holiday Gifts you Qan 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

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OCALA EVENING STAR, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 12, 1919
LATEST LOCALS
WOMAN'S CLUB MEETING
GOTO
The regular business meeting of the
Woman's Club will be held tomorrow
afternoon at 3 o'clock. An executive
beard meeting will be held at 2:30 p.
m. Mabel Meffert, Secretary.
Mr. Percy Lisk of Fort McCoy was
in town today transacting business.
A few of those games left. Better
come in and get yours. Gerig's Drug
l fly lSf IM
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A M
9
GfFTS
IV I CASS
Store. 12-tf

M

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Coffins ancl Caslccls,
Furniture, Etc.
Day Phone 253 t Niflht Phones 511 acT395
L HURST, MANAGER
ta&ou QcalaFla.
YOUR CREDIT IS GOOD. "WHY PAY MORE"

Mr. and Mrs. Howard Lee of East East-lake,
lake, East-lake, were visitors to the city today.

TEMPLE THEATER

Friday, December 12, 1919

For quick sale, Seaboard restaurant,
ixtures and supplies, $600. Cash. Ap

ply at Seaboard Restaurant. 1219

Nut Bowls and Fruit Bowls at THE

BOOK SHOP. 10-3t

OCALA STOCKYARDS

All western markets have been
glutted with hogs and prices entirely
demoralized. Jacksonville prices have
dropped only a half cent. From pres present
ent present prospects it looks as if we can pay

ten cents for top hogs next sale day,

December 16th

TAKE NOTICE

Rye, rape and oats. Get our prices! f

before buying. The Ocala Seedair v ":t.; V.

Miss M. Whyte of Summerfield was

in tbwn yesterday shopping and visit visiting
ing visiting friends.

Store.

Stationery in holiday boxes at the

Anti-Monopoly Drug Store. 2-tf

Miss Christian Bateman and Miss

Eva Smith of Mcintosh were Thurs

day visitors to the city.

17-tfw sle day after that will be Tuesday,

uecemDer cvxn.

12-2t OCALA STOCKYARDS..

TO AUTO OWNERS.

If it's a Kodak that is wanted, re- t am a train at mv old nlace of bus-

member that Gerig's JJrug btore is mess on the Anthony road, where I

the only store in Ocala where you can shall b pleased to attend to your car

get one. All Kodaks are cameras, nut repair work by appointment. Call

Bring or ship your furs to the Ocala I

Exchange & Hide Co. 6-lm

Mrs. J. J. Cain and Mrs. J. P. Red-j
dick of Williston were well known

visitors in the city yesterday.

CHRISTMAS CARDS in profusion

at THE BOOK SHOP. 10-3t

Jacob's candy, "the good kind," m

fci.cy Christmas packages, 25c. to $20

M

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5. i

SALES JUlf OVER

500JER CENT

Dr. Williams 101 Tonic Greatly in

Demand for "Flu Treatment

While the influenza plague was

the box. Anti-Monopoly Drugstore, tf jy-g"

500 per cent. Ther can be only one

or.TVo.r v,o oifV nomKinino- reason for such a tremendous f m-

business and pleasure. ;af; and that is that Dr. WUliams

APTrin? t.vv rn,p Vnnnfnin "Flu" LaGrippe, Chill and Cold cases

Pens ink the point and npt the fingers. .w.eU as Malaria and other fevers.

Its safety sealed. Ask us. The Anti- VC"1111116- emy j

T-.rtT,rtlTT nMlf, Cfnro o.tf ii one oi me ingredients ox una w

.-..vwj, "fc, I j. r : i

iiiciem iiieuicine. magucaia is onumci

If it's JEWELRY you want for important chemical contained in the

hcliday presents, come in and see my nic; cieansea wie iwer anu uuw uuw-line.
line. uuw-line. J. E. AllemancT. 12-tf es of accumulated poisons. Iron, the

-..,, rich Diooa proaucer, is uie tnira. At
Mr." nH Mrs. .T. M. Gomto nf Wil- builds up strength, -stamina and vi-

liaton, well known, in Ocala, were in tality and strength will win against
town yesterday. and,dlseas,eV

. I toe. ana ouc. uotues at your arug
I 4 f- 1 1 A A 1

W hnvA an Pxrellpnt line of Per- siore. weiuse an atiempis xo paim on

fumes and Toilet Waters which wiU substitutes. There is only one Dr.

make nice presents, and asTc your in- "mia"'a mi .lumuy. o
spection. Gerig's Drug Store. 12-tf j i l l.

1j. AJjIIjJv AiN UHiXi
PRACTICAL CARPENTER
AND BUILDER

YES

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And His Band

Signor Vessella, Director.
Francesco Colasanto, Mgr.

WILL. POSITIVELY PLAY THIS PROGRAM
No 1. Father of Victory (March) ; Gamne
Nc. 2. Hungarian Rhapsodie Number 2 Liszt
No 3. Intermezzo, "Spring Zephyrs" Signor Vessella
- s'
No. 4. Grand selection from Carmen Bizet
INTERMISSION
No. 5. Grand Overture Solennelle (1812) Tschaikowsky
No. 6. Duetto from Opera "Forza del Destino" Verdi
1 (For Trombone and Euphonium)
Sig. Bozzacco and DeVitis
No. 7. Soprano solo, selected
Annette Ribekova
No. 8.- Grand- Selections from II Trovatore a Verdi

FINIS

NEXT ATTRACTION
"BRINGING UP FATHER"
y DECEMBER 23

I wet there to make a sfcetch jr"prena i Hoar tt fee feast For ths
her Luncheon was just over, anil tiny loddlen there is A varied
she was talking to a little knot of menu, sometimes Uneeda Biscuit
Women. The first words. I heard. a find milk, sgmetimes Graham Crack
I slid quietly into a riearf : ::.".r tl Crackers or Lunch Bis-

"National Biscuit," reciiiling pleasl

A SURE WAY TO SAVE ON TIRES

Let us vulcanize all of your old used

tires which can possibly .be saved in

his way. Our vulcanizing process
positively prolongs the life of both
tires and tubes. Figure it out for

yourself and you will see what a big

saving we can create for you in your

tire account.

BLAL0CK BROS.
'PHONE 78

Oklawaha Ave Ocala. Fla.

LIFE

FIRE

A. E. GERIG
INSURANCE w
Ocala, Florida
ACCIDENT AUTOMOBILE

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THE BOOK SHOP nas many new

and beautiful things for the holidays.

nc r ri r i Ttr:ii:-

town yesterday. shopping and greet- woT Giyes Mofe and Better

j WEEDB AM'S
AUTO SERVICE

Speedy and Comfortable
Cars at All Hours

Call
Phone

74

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ing her many friends.

Mr. and Mrs. George Green of Uma

tilla motored to Ocala this morning

for the day. ,

Nothing makes a more appropriate
Christmas present than a piece of

good jewelry. See my line. J. E. Al-

lcmand, the jeweler. 12-tf

Large stock of Cameos and Bar

Pins .at THE BOOK SHOP. 10-3t

Work for the Money than any other

contractor in the ritv

Get the GenuineSi
and Avoid Sfi.
Ijyr. io Every Cake

NOTICE-

Miss Daisy Smith of Washington is nf Annlimtion fw Tat iTnrlpr

in the city, visiting her mother, Mrs. Section 8, Chapter 4888,
E. C. Coody until after the Christmas I Laws of Florida

holidays. Notice is hereby sriven that Peter

B. Perry, purchaser of tax certificate

Our Jewelry has been carefully se- No. 1132, dated the 4th day of June,

lected and is of the newest design. 1917 has filed said certificate in my

THE BOOK SHOP. 10-3t jonice, ana nas maae application ior

lax aeea io issue in accoraance wun
Iflnf C?01i4 AAvf 11 Artf A A V AAA lit A

Miss Eva Sherouse of Citra, but ff llnwJno. hpr nmnprtv citn.t

who is spending the winter in Ocala in Marion county. Florida, to-wit:

arienamg me nign scnooi, is quite swft of seV4 Sec 28 Tp 17 S K 22.
sick. Her many friends trust that she The said land being assessed at the
will very shortly be entirely well dste of issuance of such certificate in
ao-ain. the name of R. J. Perry.

unless said certincate snail be re-
, t ia dco.med according to law, tax deed
or colds, take Nyals Laxacold 5A f,prf4nTrti,p

Tablets, 25c. Anti-Monopoly Drug .
Slcre 2-tf December, A. D. 1919.

witness my omciai signature ana
seal this the 14th day of November,
A D. 1919.
(Seal) P. II. Nugent,
Clerk Circuit Court, Marion County,
Florida. 11-14-fri

antly my own tasty Uneeda Lunch j
eou, I liked her, and settled com)

fortably as f""

and ears bulyl i
"Between the dark and daylight,'!

she was quoting, "there's always d i "Don't think my hour is just a

bit of pause whew all Jt n started us happily,
seems waiting andJI----',,"""" us sure they
Children. Sin.- TU very day for
rhinirs. I,to-- llie UdlllU sjv must feed

a w

uit. This' is changed on special

casions to Old Time Sugar Cook

es or Fig Newtonsand, rarest of
p,lfci!wiilp" we hdd

fvere our party days:

and those

soda cracker.

ttv

Unooda Biscuit first

designated the better

Since then, millions have come to

know it as the name of the always
perfect soda cracker the everyday food

NATIONAL BISCUIT

COMPANY

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'You see,
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something to eat.

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,ave to the hour
I made it seem

rood heavy enough

in dinner, but

always

IT and always dainty, al-

dppetizlng as only National

-u years when oy babies were growing
cult I up we nercr missed ths Chl

The Rotarians had their weekly
luncheon in their room at the Masonic
hall today.. The repast was served. by
the Ladies' Aid Society of the Presby Presbyterian
terian Presbyterian church, and was a substantial
and appetizing meal. After the viands
had been disposed of, labor and other
vital public questions were-discussed.
If you want Candy, and want really
good candy, come and see our lines.

Nunnally's, "The Candy of the South' j

Guth's, "Made in Baltimore," and Lig Lig-gett's,
gett's, Lig-gett's, "Made in Boston." Boxes large
and small. Gerig's Drug -tSore. 12-tf
"Mr. Phillip G. Murphy, a genial

young representative of the A. j II,
Harper Motor Company, of Gaines Gainesville,
ville, Gainesville, is spending a short time in the
city demonstrating the Studebaker
and Velie cars. Mr. Murphy has been
quite successful in the sale of Stude Studebaker
baker Studebaker cars here.

S II GRIFF'S SALE

The eyes are the mpst THi-
delicate organs of the 5xcifv
human body, yet they

govern our every move-2ja see
ment. tj.vvt

DR. K. J. WEIIIE.
Optometrist and Optician.
Eyesight Specialist

I Prudential

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

Wc Have A Full Line

. .

Of Useful and Sensible Holiday Gifts Ready for
Inspection
Perfumes, Fancy Toilet Articles, Manicure Sets,
Toilet Cases, Smokers'Sundries and other articles
Look Over Our Suggestions
Get the True Xmas Spirit that prevails here arid
you Will solve many a gift problem at this store

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S For the.reason that bur wholesale con-
l fectionery business is increasing rapidly, we
S have decided to devote our energy and re-
S sources to this alonie, and to offer for sale
I our complete milling business.
j We bought our machinery when pricts
were low. This is a chance tp buy the com-
plete equipment for making old fashion Meal
Pearl Meal and Grits at less than half Jhe
price the same equipment' would cost today.
Reasonable terms. Write or see us at once
j L R. CHAZAL &- '30MS. COMPAflY.-
Ocala - - Florida

IWcIvcr & MacKay
UNDERTAKERS and EMBALMERS
F'TIONES 47. lot. 3:
OCALA. FLORIDA

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

D. McCasluU i

I Contractor
Phone 446. 728 Wenon SL

Beautiful
SHOP.

Cbina

THE BOOK
10-3t

Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Bailey of Blue Blue-field,
field, Blue-field, W. Va.a have arrived in Ocala
and will make their home with us for
the winter, being comfortably located
ac the rcsiJenca of Mrs. T. M. Moore
on Fort King avenue. Ocala welcomes
thse good people and hopes they will
remain permanently.
Step! Have you tr.2d Federal Bread,
the "best bread in the world." 20-f

Under and ty virtue of a certain wru

of execution issued out of and under
the seal of the circuit court of Marion
county. Florida, dated September 10th.

li-iJ. upon a certain decree entered In
said court by Hon. W. S. Bullock Judge
thereof, in a certain suit in equity
therein pending wherein Ora Lee West
and J. G. Cranford ad sole surviving
executors of the !a.st will and testament
of V. S. Wtst. deceased, and others
were complainants and J. D. Walling,
J.. H. Walling- and J. 11. Walling, etc
and Florida National La.nd Company
were defendants, I have levied upon
and will offer for ala and sell to the
highest and be.rt bidder for cash be between
tween between the legal houxs of sale on
J.'.nuarj 5th, 1D2U
the following described real estate and
personal property. Said real estate de de-ccribeu
ccribeu de-ccribeu as follows will De cold in front
of tie v.-cjt co.irt i"0'ise door in the
.ity of Ooalj. FlcriJi, to-wit:
let 4 in i soatr. iialf of lot 3 in sec section
tion section l'j in to vr.ship 17 south range 23
e3St.
North iiilf &f Ticrtheast quarter and
soutliwe&t qu trter of northeast quarter
and lot 1 of .-ection 30 in township IT
iout.; rangre -5 east.
West hilf of sojt:-v,-cst quarter of
northeast f4Uvirter a.i i also beginning
at northeast corner f south half of
nortl.we-t qutrur, r :n thence south
Ji"d yards, thence west .440 yards,
thence r.orth 547 y.irds. and thence
imjI 140 yards to plce of beginning,
lest- Z acres in ncrthr is, corner, all in
section G'2 in townni; 17 south range
A ea:?t.
f id pvronal property being not
eaily rnova.Mc and .novable only at
rzreat relative expe:.?e, will be sold

wl:ere s in e Was wi en taken under

aHiii l:-vy ar. i now located, at thfc
saw. mill plant formerly operated by
V. D. WalliiTJT : Co., situate upon A.
C. I railroad about one-iialf mile south

of Weirsdale, -Marion county. Florid

. f rr tj-,- f -i,,; land consists of the f ollowing property.
Mr. Tyson Parramore of Columbia, to.wit: Twu -aw mill boilers, one saw

S. C, is in the City for the day, en
route to Eureka, where he will spend

the Chritsmas holidays with his par-

DR. G. A. EDMISTON

Veterinai, Physician and Surgeon
Phone 38 M
Ocala - Florida

Clear Your
COLD

Stop
that cough.

Avoid

r rr

and

r

v

i

J

mill complete consisting of engines,
pulleys, shafting. all belting. log
chains, railroad iron, log trucks, wire
cables, all piping and rtttings thereto,
ail citcular taws, log carts, lumber on

j fiTr.0 r Tl Pimftro citcuiar taws, log carts, lumoer on
ents. Dr. and Mrs. u. 15. Parramore. y .ra niI in ouildinKt bUcksmith Bhop.
This is Mr. Parramore's first visit consisting of anvils, bellows, vises

home since he left. with Company A, fS"?!:1 iS
for Macon. Ga., and his many friends I every kird and description.
A Wt- isaid saw nr!ll plant ar. i forr

Jar.d everything thereto pertaining, all

pieraents or
n. located in

j i:u j t.-rr v.;minn4 rrir j said saw m'.ii plant ar. i iornun.a pan
are delighted to see him and are grfc- lIlcrfco or appurtenant thereto. said
inr him a most cordial welcome. sale being anade to lealize th moneys

QJX BiXldm. C&C.UllUU lllCiillUHCU, ITilll VUdL

of sale ajad other expenses.

Sec our "Little Gifts." They will
sclve many problems for you. THE
SPECIALTY SHOP, A. E. GEBJG.

J. P. GALLOWAY.

Sheriff. Marion County. Fla.
WHITAKER. HIilFS & WH1TAKER,
PlalntlfTs Attorneys. 12-5-frl

Profit Vy last year's expert'
ence. Keep the head and
iungt clear with

Croup and Pneumonia
SALVE
It Is t tr ,ns lut pleas :nL A
little la t. e nostrils ty day nd
on the ciieit at r.iht, will ard
off Colds. Croup. L(;ripoe. Influ Influ-enzA
enzA Influ-enzA and Ineuiiir.ia. Kep a
supply ready. It Is the best pre pre-Trntatlve.
Trntatlve. pre-Trntatlve. Will not suin ciothi-s
like others. Ait jour dealer for It.
Co.,

MONTGOMERY, LA-

TF(D)Rni(EIHlT PECo 11TM

At

S10,000,00 Water Proof Tent Theater
Bert Melville '& Company
Will Present

4 Act Drama
5 VAUDEVILLE SPECIALTIES
Between Acts
SATURDWAV MATINEE, "LITTLE IlED RIDING HOOD.-
Admission 40 and.30c.SJS?SSS
Theater Comfortably Heated

Lot us quote you prices
on a tTIonutnent or Head Headstone
stone Headstone to mark the last rest-
ing place of your loved
ones.
IVIARBLE OR GRANITE.
OCALA MARBLE WORKS
E. W. LEAVENGOOD, Blr.
N. ilanoIU SL
OCALA. FLORIDA.

t 1

mm Mm w n

II EvcrytIiingrWas

. Cheap As Oof Ice
The cost of liYiiiff would he as low as it was in the good old days.
No use worry. n?r, however, because it isn't that way. Be -lad that
iceia helping to keep down the cost of living, besides givine you
better food and a greater variety of it than your grandfather's "an "an-ily
ily "an-ily ever had. f

The Star is an advertising xaediaia thru nlilzh you can rczzh C



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