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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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Weather Forecast: Partly cloudy
with local rains probably tonight and
Sunday; colde rexti erne north portion
tonight.
OCALA, FLORIDA, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 13, 1919.
VOL. 26, NO. 297
M OFFER FROM
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It will Not Leave Lodge, Johnson, Et
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Crawl Into

(Associated Press)
Paris, Dec. 13. As a result of the
conferences being held in London by
Premiers Lloyd George and Clemen Clemen-ceau,
ceau, Clemen-ceau, the American government will
be notified that in order to facilitate
a compromise between adverse parties
in the American Senate, the Allies
are willing to accept to as great an
extent as possible some of the reser reservations
vations reservations to the Versailles treaty -3riade
by the foreign relations committee,
according to the Matin. It is declared
the Allies will do everything in order
that the Americans may participate in
future conferences.
MEETING OF THE U. D. C.
The members of Dickison Chapter
of the Daughters of the Confederacy
held a business meeting yesterday
afternoon at the residence of Mrs.
Robert Blake. There was a good at attendance
tendance attendance and a number of business
matters were attended to, after which
was; held the election of officers, with
the following results:
President, Mrs. R. B. Bullock.
Vice President, Miss Josie Williams.
Second Vice President, Mrs. J. T.
Lancaster.
Recording Secretary. Mrs. S. R.
Whaley.
Corresponding Secretary, Mrs. E. B.
Green.
Registrar, Mrs. S. T. Sistrunk.
-Historian, Mrs. J. W. Hood.
Treasurer, Mrs. J. C. Johnson.
Collector, Mrs. Ed Carmichael.
The president read her annual re report,
port, report, which is as follows:
To the Members of Dickison Chapter :
It was with sincere regret that the
influenza epidemic prevented Dickison
chapter from observing January 19th,
the birthday of General Robert E. Lee,
the idol of every southerner, and one
who won the admiration of the world.
Mrs. Norris, our historian, and Mrs.
R. G. .Blake had arranged a fine pro program.
gram. program. February 25th and 26th, Mrs. A. H.
Norris, president Florida Division .U.
D. C. visited our chapter. Your pres president
ident president entertained her at an enthus
iastic chapter meeting. Feb. 26th,
members of Dickison chapter compli
mented Mrs. Norris with a picnic and
supper at Silver Springs, Mrs. C. Car Carmichael
michael Carmichael giving the beautiful ride in
the glass-bottom boat.
On March 18th, the 87th birthday
of Col. John M. Martin, our aged and
beloved Confederate veteran Dickison
chapter sent him a gift of cigars.
April 22nd, Mrs. R. B. Bullock ten tendered
dered tendered the use of her hospitable home
to Dickison chapter for a silver tea,
and the Daughters assisted in its suc success.
cess. success. The sum of $19.75 was realized,
and $6.25 donated, so it was possible
to send the state treasurer $26 on
budget system on A. T. F.
A committee composed of Mrs. C.
Carmichael, chairman, Mrs. H. W.
Tucker, Mrs: B. D. Blackburn, Mrs. S.
T. Sistrunk and Mrs. W. W. Harriss
had splendid success in selling $59,000
Victory Loan bonds. Every southerner
can fepl a great pride in the work ac accomplished
complished accomplished by the U. D. C. in the
world war. The seventy-one beds pro
vided by them in the American hos
pital in France and all work under the
national defense. Hon Luther Harri Harrison
son Harrison of Oklahoma, said in his fine ad address
dress address at the Confederate reunion in
Atlanta: "Today the Anglo-Saxon
manhood of the South is the hope of
American civilization. The South
stands today between America and
the rising tide that will sweep away
our institutions unless it is checked."
Eighty-six wreaths were made at
the home of Mrs. B. D. Blackburn and
on April 26th, Memorial Day, were
placed by loving hands on the graves
of the Confederate veterans and
daughters. The high school and pri
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Operations are Probably
Near

(Associated Press)
Chicago, Dec. 13. Partial relaxa relaxation
tion relaxation of fuel restrictions, optimistic re reports
ports reports regarding resumption of pro production
duction production and substantial restoration of
passenger train service in many sec sections
tions sections today, brought to the public the
greatest, measure of relief since the
coal situation became acute. At some
mines the workers still expressed
dissatisfaction with the terms of the
president's proposal. Central- Penn Pennsylvania
sylvania Pennsylvania coal operators are also dis displeased,
pleased, displeased, but officials regarded the in indications
dications indications as pointing toward a return
to normal conditions early next week.
mary school brought beautiful flowers
that were used on the Confederate
monument. Twenty-five iron crosses
were bought and will be put on the
graves of our veterans.
Mrs. R. B. Bullock, as chairman of
arrangements for the Confederate
veterans' dinner given on June 3rd,
President Davis' birthday, made -a
great success of the occasion and
gave our veterans a feast.
July 1, members of Dickison Chap Chapter
ter Chapter met at the home of your president
for a quilting party. Two quilts were
beautifully quilted, one the gift of
Mrs. Berty Badger Moyers, the other
the work of the members of Dickison
Chapter. A fine picnic dinner was
enjoyed.
July 8th, Mrs. E. B. Green's home
was the scene of a happy quilting

-4. Tiff t tt ti i u a i i (Mamie Sue Spencer, Amy Long, Dora
gilt of Mrs. B. D. Blackburn. A lovely Bu Frak D lcnr'Came
picnic supper was served. The ac- Lanag T rf
count of these two quilting parties g fc Grade. R MBaxte Pinck.
would be incomplete without a refer-1 clement, Charles Johnson. Her Her-encc
encc Her-encc to the loving, faithful work of jbet McCagkill Alice Barrett, Euva
our dear honorary member Mrs S E. Bu Louige Clement, Margaret
Waterman, who gave her best to the l AJ i- i tr.j r u
c ti r tit Dazlell, Adeline Malever, Edna Rob Rob-cause
cause Rob-cause of the U. D. C. We can no more ,
, -j j i i u i- xi erts, Martha Rivers, Marie Snowden.
be guided.in our work by her, but thet c A. T c u

sweet memory will linger long of her
beautiful work on the nnilts for t.htl
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Confederate home.
September 26th, the birthday of
Mrs. Fannie R. Gary, flowers were
placed on her grave by a committee
from Dickison Chapter.
Marianna Day and Raphael Sem Sem-mes'
mes' Sem-mes' birthday, September- 27th, was
commemorated by sending three
quilts to the Confederate home and I
placing iron crosses on the.Confeder
ate soldiers graves.
Tag day, Nov. 27th, for President
Jefferson Davis' monument, at his
birthplace, Fairview, KyM was a suc success
cess success and $46.15 was contributed.
When completed this will be next to
the tallest monument in the world.
With sorrow we have lost three
members, Miss Alice Lynn Lewis,
Mrs. S. E. Waterman, an honorary
member and Mrs. Blanche Whetstone,
an honorary member.
"From the dust of the weary highway,
From the smart of sorrow's rod,
Into the Royal Presence
They are bidden guests of God,
The veil from their eyes is taken,
Sweet mysteries are shown;
Their doubts and fears are over,
For they know as they are known."
I have given three demits, and one
new member has sent papers for
membership.
I heartily thank each member of
Dickison Chapter who has given me
support and encouragement in the
two years I have been presidence.
Sincerely yours,
Mary W. Harriss.
After all business affairs were at attended
tended attended to, Mrs. Blake served her
guests cake and tea. .The afternoon
spent with Mrs. Blake was a most
enjoyable one.
In his office in the courthouse this
morning. Judge Smith joined Mr. Al Albert
bert Albert S. McEwan and Miss Lada Irene
Tompkins in wedlock. Both are from
Lochloosa.
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Allies and Teutons Continue to Play
Questions and
Answers

(Associated Press)
Paris, Dec. 13. Germany's reply to
the Entente notes relative to signing
the peace protocol does not constitute
an acceptance although couched in;
conciliatory terms, according to the!
Echo de Paris. It is said the Allies
will have to send another note to Ger Germany.
many. Germany. STEAMER WAS SINKING
Said Radio from the Messina, Which
was Four Hundred and Fifty
Miles Off Newfoundland
(Associated Press)
Boston, Dec. 13. A radio message
received today said the British steam-;
ship Messina was sinking. The mes-j
sage stated it would be impossible to:
save her. The vessel's position was
given as about 450 miles off the New Newfoundland
foundland Newfoundland coast.
HONOR ROLL
The following is the honor roll of
the high school for the third month:
Fourth Grade: Leon Goldman,
Malcom Davis, Lilian Hyndeman, i
Francis Edward, Norris Savage, Cora
Lee Goolsby, Pauline Godwin, Lilian
Leek, Elizabeth Rodgers, Laura
Grubbs, Mary Willis Johnson, Dasibel
Clement, J. D. Good, Herbert Jones.
p Babette Peyser, Frances Drake,
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Hiighth urade: Hen Uulvernouse,
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jMion nenueny, xvari rienueny, ies-
sie Ray Culverhouse, Mary Carolyn
Logan, Elizabeth Murray, Thelma Van
Horn, Margaret Gerig, Marjorie Bur Burnett,
nett, Burnett, Charlotte Chazal, Lena Ricket Ricket-scn.
scn. Ricket-scn. High School: Marian Meffert. Mil
dred Baxter, Ruth Warner, Edith Ed-
vard Marjorie Rodgers. Mildred
Manning, Winnie Gordon.
P. H. Hensley, Principal.
MANY SKIRMISHES
IN ASIA MINOR
Saloniki, Dec. 13. Greek soldiers
! and Turkish" irregular troops engaged
'in scattering skirmishes recently in
; western Asia Minor, according to an
i omciai siaxemeni received nere.
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
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.
If it's JEWELRY you want for
hcliday presents, come in and see my
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Plans of Interchurch World Movement
are Resented by the Island
People

(Associated Press)
Havana, Dec. 13. Plans of the
inter-church world movement for a
campaign to prevent Cuba becoming
the "Monte Carlo of the wetsern
world," announced recently in New
York, have drawn sharp editorial re retorts
torts retorts from local newspapers. The
general opinion appears to be that
gambling conditions are no worse in
Cuba that the United States and the
only liquor problem the island faces
is that which may be imported with
visitors from states recently gone dry.
MUCH COTTON WAS
SHOPPED LAST MONTH
Washington, Dec. 13. Exports of
cotton were extremely heavy during
November, amounting to 925,000
bales, according to the census bureau
in its monthly report. Exports for the
month equalled. in the aggregate the
exports of the previous months and
approximately what they were before
the war.
LENA RIVERS
The play, "Lena Rivers," presented
by the Melville Comedians at theit
tent theater last evening, was one of
the most enjoyable entertainments
this company has given this week.
They had the largest crowd last
night that they have had during their
stay in Ocala, and there was never a
more enthusiastic audience. The
actors are all good and they and their
manager are to be congratulated upon
the good feeling that has been mani manifest
fest manifest between them and their patrons
since their arrival in our city. The
city will welcome them again at any
time they desire to return. All the
shows that they have put on while
here have been very good ones.
COLORED PEOPLE
SHOULD BE CAUTIOUS
Ever since the days of "forty acre
and a mule," crooked white men, and
rooked negroes, have been trying,
and succeeding, to swindle those dark
ics who had not education enough to
keep up with events being aided in
this by the negroes' tendency to be believe
lieve believe anything told them by a strang stranger
er stranger or anything they see in print.
Letters have been received by ne negroes
groes negroes all over the country from a man
calling himself Cornelius j. Jones,
and other officers of an organization
claiming to have a right to collect
$03,000,000 appropriated by Congress
to be paid to ex-slaves and their chil children
dren children for cotton seized by the govern government
ment government during the war. Said ex-slaves
and children are asked to send sums of
money, ranging from $9 to $12, to aid
said Jones and other officials to obtain
for them their share of the said ap-.
prcpriation. We are sorry to say sev several
eral several colored men here have sent the
money.
No such appropriation has been
made or ever will be made. Jones and
his accomplices have broken the law,
and will soon be in jail.
Colored men who have sent money
to this gang of crooks will probably
lose it. If any man who has received
one of the letters and sent, money in
j consequence will turn the letter over
to Postmaster Rogers, Mr. Rogers
will forward said letters to the postal
department, and any money that can
be. recovered will be returned to its
rightful owners.
The fair directors' meeting Thurs Thursday
day Thursday resulted in satisfactory notes be being
ing being exchanged, and another meeting
!will be held next Wednesday for the
final windup of this year's business.
A member of the board informs us
that on Jan. 1 the fair grounds will
be entirely free from debt.
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Disturbances in Trinidad and Tobago
Require British-Bluejackets to
Put Them Down

(Associated Press)
London, Dec. 13. Labor disturb disturbances
ances disturbances in the British islands of Trini Trinidad
dad Trinidad and Tobago, in the West Indies,
leading to rioting during which men
were landed from a British warship
and resulting in several casualties,
have been reported to the colonial of office
fice office here. Special dispatches pictured
the trouble in Trinidad as a rising of
negroes in which the government
buildings at Port of Spain were storm stormed
ed stormed and held for three days. Official
advices given out, however, don't
mention such an occurrence.
ANOTHER RANSOM
FOR AMERICANS
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Eagle Pass, Texas, Dec. 13. Two
Americans and one "Englishman are
reported among the men taken by
Villistas Tuesday in' their raid on
Muzquiz. Advices today said that
$10,000 ransom was demanded for
each.
FITZ DENIES REPORT

"""" best band that ever visited Ocala.
(Associated Press) J The Grand Overture Solemnelle
Washington, Dec. 13. A denial (1812) was the most wonderful piece
that the meeting here today of steel 0f music ever heard in Ocala. It was
workers was a strike committee called worth the price of admission alone. It
for the purpose of ending the strike was originally written by Tschaikow Tschaikow-was
was Tschaikow-was made by Chairman Fitzpatrick, sky in the early nineteenth century,
after the meeting. He said the strike it was written for the purpose of
was discussed, but wouldn't disclose ; demonstrating the invasion of Mos Mos-what
what Mos-what line the discussion had taken. .cow, Russia, by Napoleon and his
' ; grand army. Tschaikowsky's arrange-
KING OF KURDISTAN ment was intended to be played by a
- i large orchestra of grand dimensions,
(Associated Press) and reinforced by a full military band.
Constantinople, Dec. 13. Enver lt was first played in front of the
Pasha, former Turkish minister of Plaza in Moscow. At the beginning of
war, has been crowned king of Kurd-' the overture you can hear the lamen lamen-istan,
istan, lamen-istan, the Turkish region between I Ution of the peasants. It gradually

Mesopotamia and Persia, according to
reports received here.
CONFERENCE RESUMED
London, Dec. 13. The inter-allied
conference resumed today with Pre Premiers
miers Premiers Lloyd George, Clemenceau and
other officials of the British, French
and Italian governments present.
Bring or ship your furs to the Ocala
Exchange & Hide Co. 6-lm
The most complete line of Thermos
Bottles we have ever displayed. Come
i nand see them. Gerig's Drug tSore.
Our Jewelry has been carefully se selected
lected selected and is of the newest design.
THE BOOK SHOP. 10-3t
Pat Murphy, one of Florida's
greatest boosters, was greeting his
Ocala friends last night and today.
He called on the Star and showed us
the prospectus of his interesting new
book, "FJorida at the Front."
Mrs. B. W. Wrenn and Mr. B. W.
Whenn Jr. are guests of Mr. R. T.
Adams at the Harrington. They are
the widow and son of Col. B. W.
Wrenn, who for most of his life was
one of the most clever and compe competent
tent competent railroad men in the South. He
was a right-hand man of H. B. Plant
and aided greatly in building the
great railroad system that bore his
name. The son greatly resembles his
distinguished father and is being
warmly greeted by all the oldtimers.
Mr. and Mrs. George Cram, promi promi-inent
inent promi-inent residents of Jefferson, Mo., are
at Lake Weir in the Converse cottage
jfor the winter. Mr. Crum has the rep rep-jutation
jutation rep-jutation of being the lake's greatest
fisherman.
The most beautiful line of penny
' nost cards ever shown in Ocala. THE
'SPECIALTY SHOP, A. E. GERIG.
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From the Cold Wave that is Now
Sweeping Over the
Southeast

(Associated Press)
Washington, Dec. 13. Another
cold wave will overspread the south southeast,
east, southeast, except the Florida peninsula, in
the next twenty-four hours. Co'ld
wave warnings have been issued for
the interior of the gulf states.
AGAINST INTERVENTION
Italy Declares Against Interference
With Russia's Internal
Affairs
(Associated Press)
Rome, Dec. 13. Premier Nitti de declared
clared declared in the chamber of deputies to-
day that tlaly does not favor inter-
iver.tion in the internal affairs of Rus-
SECOND CONCERT
WAS SUPER-SPLENDID
Vessella's band, at its second con concert
cert concert at the Temple last night, made
good its promise and then some. We
have heard a number of comoetent
critics declare it is undoubtedly the
works up to where the battle takes
place. It becomes louder and louder
until finally it is a, state of chaos.
Ringing above all you hear clearly the
Russian national anthem and the
French national air, until finally the
climax is reached and the overture
comes to a crashing end.
It originally took from 60 to 100
mcfh to play this overture with effect.
In order to get the effect as near as
possible, Signor Vessella has specially
m&de an arrangement to fit exactly
the number of musicians forming his
j bard. It is chiefly for this reason
that Vessella's band plays this over
ture to such very good effect.
Miss Annette Ribekova, with her
superb mezzo-soprano voice, also set
the record. After singing, she was
recalled four times. Her first encore
!she answered with another song.
Again she was recalled, and respond
ed in the usual way by a bow and a
smile to the audience. But her hear
ers would not be denied and sent wave
after wave of applause over the f oot oot-ligh,ts
ligh,ts oot-ligh,ts until Miss Ribekova gave them
a third song. Even then her hearers
clamored for another appearance, but
when she appeared at the corner of
the stage and kissed her hand to
them they realized singing is hard
work and let her go with a final salvo
of cheers.
After the concert was over Miss
Ribekova held quite a reception in the
theater, mostly with the young folks
of the high school and other appre appreciative
ciative appreciative friends. Ocala sincerely hopes
to she and the other members of the
band will come this way again.
If you want Candy, and want really
good candy, come and see our-lines.
Nunnally's, "The Candy of the South,"
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
For colds, take Nyais Laxacold
Tablets, 25c. Anti-Monopoly Drug
Store. 2-tf

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Discussed by Members of the Rotary
Club at Their Friday After Afternoon
noon Afternoon Luncheon
The Ocala Rotary Club, at its reg

ular weekly luncheon Friday devoted
the hour to a discussion of modern
business methods and the problems
that are confronting business as a re result
sult result of the changes brought about by
the world war. The club endorsed the
recommendations of the international
committee of Rotary on business
methods. The recommendations are:
that the business men who are In
Rotary take the .initiative in placing
business and all products back on the
proper basis by means of a campaign
of education; that any readjustment
of working conditions and recompense
must be met with open minds and a
knowledge of the new standards, with
the result that fairness to employee
as well as employer be established;
that whenever possible employers
meet with committees of employees
for the purpose of exchanging ideas,
to the end that greater efficiency may
result; and that Rotarian employers
get back of the movement that is al already
ready already in augurated forthe American Americanization
ization Americanization of all alien employees, and
that the work be extended to include
educational talks on all subjects of in interest.
terest. interest. These recommendations are made
with a view to getting the business
world back on a normal basis. This
does not. mean that business can be
put back on exactly the same basis
financially that existed prior to 1914,
but it means the elimination of the
unbalanced conditions. It means the
bringing of business back to a level,
but not necessarily the same level
that existed before the war. There
is, for example, a new standard of
living to which adjustment must be
made. The relationship between em employers
ployers employers and employees is undergoing
changes and is being viewed in a new
light. Much of the unrest that exists
in thd country is due to the activities
of aliens who have not learned what
America stands for."
As was pointed out at the luncheon,
this part of the United States has not
been affected by the new conditions to
the extent that the more populous
sections of the country have. Never Nevertheless
theless Nevertheless the problems are here too, and
must be met.
TEMPLE ATTRACTIONS
FOR DECEMBER
After so many road shows, the pat patrons
rons patrons of the Temple will be glad to see
a picture show again this evening.
Popular and handsome Tom Moore
will appear in "Heartease," and there
will be an Elko comedy.
Monday, 15: Norma Talmage in
"De Luxe Annie."
Tuesday, 16: Enid Bennett in "Furs
and Feathers."
Wednesday, 17: George Walsh in
"The Winning Stroke."
Thursday, 18: Billy Burke in "The
Make-Believe Wife."
Friday, 19: Madge Kennedy in
"Leave It to Susan,"
Saturday, 20: H. B. Warner in
"Pagan Gold."
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
"Girls."
Friday, 2G: Louis Bennison in
"Speedy Meade."
The agent at the union station in-
forms us that he has not yet received
any notice of the lately laid off trains
being restored. We hear the Pinellas
special goes on Dec. 15, on the same
old route.
Representative Fort was in town
to see us 'from his home at Lynne to today.
day. today. He believes in holding the entire
county together in a bond election.
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OCALA EVENING STAft, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 13, 1919

OCAU EVEIIIIIG STAR

rublished Every Day Except Sunday by
STAR PUBLISHING COMPANY
OF OCALA, FLA.

It. It. Carroll, President
V. LenveBgood, Secretary-Treasurer
J. II. Benjamin. Editor

Entered at Ocala, la., postofftce as
utcond -class matter.

TELEPHONES
IltiMlocMa Office
Editorial Department

erably to big heads during the war,
but that was because the importance

of the news demanded it. The war

is over, but most of our contempora

ries continue to use scare heads and

laige type with wide spaces between

news items. If we spread the Star
out like some of them do we would
have to print eight pages every day

msieaa 01 iour. ine newsDaners,

however, are not the only sinners in
this regard. The magazines are also

bad and worst of all are the people,
government employes and others, that

send out tons of useless stuff by let

ter mail every day. They are not

. FlTC-One I nnlv Wjltr nf nanoic kiif Tvirtef rf

. I1TU-9CTU I m .. . .1

mem are wasiers oi time, wnicn tne

MEMUEIl ASSOCIATED Iltic l puuiiu iw w pay xur.

The Associated Press is exclusively

MEETING OF THE WOODMEN

entitled for the use for republication of

all news dispatches credited to it or
not otherwise credited In this na.ner

and also the local news nublished I The Marion fYmntv

herein. All rights of republication of I uij 1 i
special dispatches herein are also re- I sociation held its quarterly meeting

eerved. I with Fort Kincr Camn No. 14. last

night. There were fully one hundred

SUUSUltllTIUM KATES I Woodmen nTPSPnt nnH nnitP n nnm

1 A 1 If i m a- -rwr

Domestle I oer 01 aaies, memoers 01 tne wooa

I - . -a

One year, in advance $1.00 men Circle, tne women's brancn 01 tne

bix inontns. in advance 3.00 I nHr T.Aei,ln r'V.o-lio, TTnnTQ nra

w mrm M mm mumm W UVV A W v

DOCTOR VAN HOOD OF OCALA

(Tampa Tribune)

In quietness he walked the dusty pike

of duty.

Paying all heavy tolls without com

plaint;

His courtesies concealed a skill and

heart

That made the healed linger on with

grateful gaze.

And when he passed the mystic gates

of sense.

The world contracted,
And men said, "We've lost a friend."

Floral City. H. C. Crane.

AT THE CHURCHES TOMORROW

EARMAN DESCRIBES HARDEE

The following clever write-up of

Ciry Hardee by Joe Earman appears

Presbyterian
9:45 a. m. Sunday school. L. M.

Murray, superintendent.

Christian

Sunday school at 9:45 a. m. Mr.

Hyndman, superintendent.

Services at 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m.

Sermons by J. Walter Creep.

Grace Episcopal
Third Sunday in Advent
8 a. m. Holy communion.
9:45 a. m. Sunday school.
11 a. m. Morning prayer and ser-

raon. bubiect, "Tne Lamp or uoa i

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trio mnnth In aH3n nm (A I S1QBQ.

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Trrin Present also was Past Head Consul m tne raim I5eacn rost:

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Dne year, in advance 1100 IJ. Mack Towne of Tamoa. who has -arey A. xiaraee oi ive wait,

Six months, in advance 4.2S .a(intit, fnm mo;n vau one of the four candidates for gov- tit j

rnree months, in advance ,2s I v-w"' fcl1";v l"ul vruru.

One. month, in advance... SO I in St. Louis by representatives of sev- eor OA f lormf " wuH 7:3Q p. m. Evening prayer and ser

enteen state jurisdictions, to discuss primary mat wju uepuueu it mon. Subject, "The Watchman's

PAPER what method was best to pursue in i uuuSuiwcu vslWi Warning.

opposing the recent raise m rates "CBl x yj.

Baptist

Others come to us daily when
they need to improve their farms
or extend their business. Some
day you might want us to help

you, so we invite you to open up an ac account
count account with us now, that we may be fa familiar
miliar familiar with your business methods and
requirements when you need our aid.

J)
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Munroe & Chambliss National Bank

RAILROAD

Arrival and Departure of passenger

trains at OCALA UNION STATION.

The following schedule figures pub-

crtf- t t xt. nf. v.-lflnnminpoH hv th Rnverpitm pamn at Maraee nas Deen an over me

introduced into Congress a bill charg- Omaha. Mr. Towne. at the St. Louis ftate once and like i a ; P"dmff dder m.Sundav schooi.

ihg a prohibitive rate for carrying convention, was elected a member of inyiemouiH wmrwi, is uuw Uu Jx & m Sermon b pastor. Sub- lished as information and not guar
thru the mails rjaners of more than I the advisory council of five, which second rounq 4 ; tj.oo anteed.

X I . .... I In .no.-.svmcsi mil i nr.T11TT TlihTT ha JVVi HV VUItauail A I ...

twenty-four pages. It is a good bill body has charge of the legal hght now t- "nd "-r, Text. I. Timothy. 6:10. Rad the whole fTJSS f,.iVnn.n
and should pass, but probably will m progress being waged by the "m- was not at Lapland ...XdSt chapter, especially verses 17-19. SEABOARD AIR LINE RAILROAD

jfcven-ii.it aid it would not Del""K. "m u mic uw. J - In the afternoon the pastor will Arrive

not.

3:05 am

Even if .it did t would 1 not be surgen '"""""v, hs f m,v .n 1 the afternoon the pastor will

any sreai cnecK on me Dig-city oau- "" """-""?'.. ... u i f.i,,u0t preach at Belleview. -t-mom .TorWnnviH.N'Ynrlr

. i aw u.;HM maJa iv fhAiiiLLriiuiiii: luc annual iucuiuuuii vwu- i v

les, which sen probably 95 per cent prKrs su u mic 6:30 ra.junior and Senior B. 1.55 nm Jacksonville 1:35 pm

of their circulation near enough their insurgents and advised the sovereigns ?'"'?rZl T. Y. P. Unions. r Tamoa-

oflices to dispense with 'the mails. Present of the exact status of their n.; way 7:30 m.sermon by pastor. Sub- 2:15am Manatee- 3:35pm

Something is going to have to be done. ngni. un ine xiin 01 mis momn me T. : Tr... m rC::. uTj iect. "Christian Citizenshin Text. St. Petersburg

1 11 .1 if -ii I incitvmnra will crn hofnro t ho fTilirt Q 1 LUlucltlltt ia uxKantocu i

nowever, or au me puDiicauons will I r- euu Komans. 13:7.

have to reduce, and many will have to of Nebraska, asking that the sover- J r"? Every one cordially invited to at

suspend. A twelve-page paper is n. p u r irWa - tend all services.

big enough to put all the news of the we new raies as announcea, ana :"nhfhn C. M. Brittain, Pastor.

world m and all the advertising that n "v "h"s alr.adv

is not local, even of a hie citv. LHs- w s me nope anu ini.eni.iuu uj. me in- --- Cf ti,;u0

. c i ... ... . I vr.ntharl onH thoAlinh inHnona J

nlav advertising which takes ut so surgents to snow mat a lower rate ,v- "" v4"""- 710 am
mufh spice : could bT vLly cut dow late will be amply sufficient to place of his own efforts was appointed on Mass at 10 a. m. every Sunday. J JO am
w iff m ,?w w yJf' the order on a 100 per cent solvency the reception committee to meet all Sunday school at 9 o'clock. Mass 4:45m

every week day at 7 a. m.

FARMERS SHOULD ORGANIZE UNIONS AND CO-OPERATE

Mr. Tnwne's talk was eaeerlv trains.

tvv.. ouo., vvuiwi uibcii iarc uu uaKca i . r i .1
in a big daily, are now in as small likened to and greatly enjoyed, the Carey says that Van will have the
u i. t lmAPtin0 PxtPnHino' him a vote of opportunity to greet him when he

ijl'c as nicy v.dii uc. JLUb uuuuauci.9 1 o o II r 1 771 j
J-f,i',i vHJtfc9n1cA at it conclusion. steps from the train Friday morning

news and the most necessary opinion, Election of officers was theen taken and that he wants Van to say: "How "How-have
have "How-have headlines set small, increase the up and the following officers were dy. Governor Hardee, glad to see you.

Rev. D. Bottolacio.

ATLANTIC COAST LINE RAILROAD
Leave Arrive

2:12 pm Jacksonville-N'York 3:15 am
1:45 pm J'ksonville-Ga'nsville 3:35 pm
3:15 am St.Pet'sbrg-Lakeland 2:12 am

3:35 pm StJ'et'sbrg-Lakeland 1:25 pm

JJunnellon-Wilcox
Homosassa 1:35 pm
Gainesville 11:50 am

Monday, Wednesday, Friday.

Christian Science Society
10 a. m. Sunday school.
11 a. m. Sunday service.

NOTICE

Of

Application for Leave to Sell
Minors Land

price, on advertising so much that no unanimoasly elected for the ensuing! Doctor Hull ey was dovra here about 8 p m. Wedneiday

Notice is hereby given that on the

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two weeks ago, and you can take it .Christian Science services are beinjr 1,.P i cemheJ A- v- V1";.1

An ,ri,; President. T. D. Lancaster. Jr.. of irom me 11 me conierence snouia in- neid m the Merchant's DlocK over

mi,.H Rnpi .,, fW Thi Ocala. vite him to deliver a lecture on poetry Hunter's Cafe, room 5. second floor.

practice of trvin to run advertise- Vice President. J. M. Thomas, of written by any poet that ever lived

.nvf v,u a w. or died, Van and Carey would De piac

Aixbxtbo ucaii w xcouauk Diiuuiu ovum, 1 "x I.. 1 11 Al
o.,.ri orivart;COrat wtn Ka m,j ifa Secretarv. Henrv Shealv. of Soarr. ed in the discard., but only while the

K,VrVT VT ALA IbAU wli IWlJ I V
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own merits. Advertisements should At the close oi tne ousiness meei

be classified and such readme matter' ing the entertainment committee

as is easy to run next to them should served an appetizing supper, consist-

be given, but no more. We think it mg of quail on toast, pickles, bread

i4 a mistake to ns vow TTinll tmo. I and coffee and an enjoyable social

A small type leaded is easier to read hour was spent.

than a larger type set solid. The Star The next meeting of the association,

uses a brevier face on a bourgeoise marcn, win pe new wim me iwui

body, but bourgeoise is dimcult to. jus-1 sovereigns,

tify..beincr nine-point. A minion face

on a hrevier hodv -makinc an eicht-l MOSS BLUFF

r:"" ru? .uJr' "A. I Moss Bluff, Dec. 12. Quite a num

t" !! iC?T "frSr ber. in our community have been sick

Publishers put a screaming big head Pfs few days' b.ut we are Slad to
r 6 fa report thev are all improving.

.wTlSX'iSa Mr- Da" Hunter d Mr. Robert,
fhe peopU found the ne just as ot Michigan arrived Wednesday to

quickly in a paper as they do today.
One of the great sins of make-up

spend a few weeks in our town. Later

they will visit the East Coast.

Mr. 'and Mrs. G. M. Brown of Ebb,

these days is to try to put the lead Fu, 3 Tundlyd Monday 3th
ery b.g story on the first page under 'jg paren?Si Mr. and fas. S.
a flaring head, and then continue it to -J -I.. ;

a back page, where it is generally cut

in with a small caption under an ad

jvertisement.

to run each -0

KJ-AA A A 11VUU 141 IV 1V11VUV M

A. McKmney.

Mrs. J. C. Pillans of

Electra and

I .rl.. 11 rVi. Ifve nnrronco an1 Vlll Tfn

It would pay far better I, o mio.fe Mr

Messrs. Roberts. Dan Hunter and

special prominence to the first page MeadoW3 visited the county feat
for if that was the rule the entire gaJLiav
paper would behead The Star can ,eft Mond for
justly claim it has not wasted much b where he en in
white paper. The writer has controll- nackin oranges
ed its make-up since it started, and he P M nd Mrg R 6riggs and
has a ways tried to pack its pages fen gund ftt Electra the
solid, thinking it better to have some rfM and Mrg Tobe Cald.
reading matter that must be left out
of each issue than to print a bigger c pnmmnnitv are en-

paper in order to put in some matter .. rtol.rt00 onA viiiino-

Ul 1I11I1UX I1I1IU1 kaiivc. lit tcui wwiiaxu-

See Me
For All Classes Oi
Stone, Brick, Wood,
and Concrete
Building
j. ; McCasEill
Contractor
Phone 446. 728 Wenon St.

hogs.

Mr. and Mrs. John Smith and chil children
dren children and Mrs. Maggie Davis of Weirs Weirs-dale,
dale, Weirs-dale, were visitors in our midst Sun

day.

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 odd
pieces. Gerig's Drug Store. 12-tf
A ring, watch charm or pin with
his lodge emblem will be a most ap appreciated
preciated appreciated Christmas present for Mm.
See them liere. J. E. Allemand, Har Harrington
rington Harrington Hall hotel block. 12-tf

; mmmmfw. mmmmmummmm TT

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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.
" jl GfitfflSRY COMPANY
Harrington Hall Hotel PHONE 413

lecture is being delivered.

Carey Hardee says that he is gain
ing momentum, and that his candi

dacy is becoming more pronounced

every day.

Carey is a lawyer, banker and farm

er, and when he single shots those en

gaged in these three professions or
vocations, he is at home. In other

words, he can say: "We so and so,"
when he talks to a brother attorney,

brother banker, with eight per cent

in the back of his head, or a farmer
annoyed with the cotton boll-weevil or
mcsaic disease in sugar cane. He has

a remedy to help and benefit all three.
Other candidates for governor are
respectfully informed that the farm farmers,
ers, farmers, lawyers and bankers predominate.
Carey says he has these three classes
sewed up, and that he is now concen concentrating
trating concentrating his efforts on newspaper pub

lishers, merchants, county officials and

others.
Some political system to Carey.
All I can say is if Carey is not gov governor
ernor governor the candidate who will beat him
will surely know and realize that
Carey has been in the race.

Seriously speaking, he is- a strongH

man. He has a good political, busi business
ness business and moral record. He has a good
personality and knows how to make
men like him; at the same time he is
cold-blooded enough, gained through
experience as a banker by saying no

to those to whom he does not want to
lend money, to make a good governor.

It ta"kes a certain amount of stam

ma, sometimes called meanness or

cusseedness, to make a success in bus

mess or politics, rso business can

prosper, especially a partnership or

corporation, without one mean man in

it as a member or officer of the firm.
This necessary qualification must
have consideration by the voters of
Florida. It is, therefore, in order for

other candidates to state their quali

fications in this respect. I have stated

Carey's.

What I am trying to convey is that
while every candidate may be peaches
and ceram during a campaign," it is
advisable to curdle the cream as we go

along.

We now discontinue moralizing, and

in conclusion desire to state that

Carey Hardee has the necessary qual

ifications to be governor of Florida,

and if he doesn't spill the beans on

vital issues before the primary next
June, he will be in the neck and neck

class.

His pictirre appears at the head of

this article, and it will be observed
that he has a jaw that indicates de determination
termination determination and a square deal.
P. S. We are attempting to treat

all candidates for governor the best
'we know how every time they visit
iWest Palm Beach. Doctor Hulley was
here two weeks ago, Carey was here
j yesterday and I guess Van Swearin-

gen and John Watson will blow in
soon.

The Child.

A child Is an experiment. A fresh

attempt to produce the just man per

feet ; that Is, to make humanity dl- longing to said estate, to-wit: West

will apply to Honorable W. E. Smith,

county judge, m and for Marion coun

ty, state of Florida, at his oince in
Ocala, in said county, for an order au authorizing
thorizing authorizing me. as guardian of the
minor heirs of the estate of John

Scott Beery, deceased, to sell at pri

vate sale the following property be-

vlne. And you will vitiate the experi experiment
ment experiment If you make the slightest at

tempt to abort It Into some fancy fig figure
ure figure of your own ; for example, your

notion of a good man or a womanly

woman. If vou treat It as a little

wild. beast to be tamed, or as a pet

half of northwest quarter of northeast

quarter and east half of northeast
quarter of northwest quarter, and
northwest quarter of southwest quar

ter of northeast quarter, section twenty-one,
township fifteen south, range

twenty-three east, containing fifty
acres, more .or less, and also the west

OCALA STOCKYARDS

to be played with, or even as a means Jhalf of northeast quarter and north

to save you trouble" and to make money I west quarter of southeast quarter of

for you,-It may fight Its way through setuon iweniy-iwo. lownsnip niieen

In snite of you and save Its soul alive; .u- u"ge iwemy-u ree eabt, con

.n .,flff.n nh i Wn hniiPst taming one hundred twenty acres,

Y?::";Zl2T-: .I ; ore or less. Said land belonging to

lnFpirauous "u 8UIWIU the estate of the said John Scott

own purpose, then tnere isjiaruij any Beery, deceasedt to be sold for the
mischief you can do. Bernard Shaw, best interets of the said minor heirs,

Albery Beery, John Scott Beery and

Men Who Re.pect Their Word. Thi 15thday of November. 1919.

Men or the ngnt type nave respen Kuby A. Beery Davis,

for their word. They treat a verbal ll-15-5t-sat Guardian.

promise as binding. Contracts to them

are sacred things not to be broken

so long as It is possible to keep them.
They do not treat their notes with

greater respect, than they do their

purposes In life. To them every step

is taken with a view to realizing an

meat, ujusequeuuj iucj ""i All WPtPrn markets t,

agreements rashly nor make promises glutted with hogs and prices entirely

promiscuously, i u BVU.- demoralized. Jacksonville prices have
thing that brings Joy only as it con- dropped only a half ccnt. From
trihntp to thfi o-eneral trood. This mav ,

; . eni prospects ii iooks as u we can pay
seem a little too straight-laced when t, centa for ton hntr. pt .T.

A J I I HI tl. -----

you nrsi reaa it uui yuu wm sec December 16th.

truth In it as you ponder its mean

Ing. Grit. TAKE NOTICE

i

Our yards will not be open Dec. 23rd

Only Boy Throw Stone. account of Christmas, but the next

stone thrown through the window sale day after that will be Tuesday.

of a moving railway train and wound- December 30th.

ing the passenger with broken glass. l2-2t OCALA STOCKYARDS.

leads the Lanct (London) to say Tt

was presumably thrown by a boy; the

fusion of the sexes has not yet got to

the point of producing a girl who;

can throw a stone. Throwing seems
to be a natural Impulse In boys, or

rather, we should say, the desire to hi!
a moving body with a missile Is uni

versal among them, but the Impulse
should be guided In the direction of

wickets rather than trains."

In talking with Attorney General Swearingen in Jacksonville a few few-days
days few-days ago,-1 mentioned the fact that farm labor was very short and com completely
pletely completely 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 farm help and a standard
number of hours for a day. This should be county-wide.
These suggestions cannot be carried out individually. It can only be
successful by co-operation, one with the other.

I would suggest that each election precinct in the county organize for
more and better farm labor.
Banker-farmer, join with us in getting better labor on the farm.
Farmer-lawyer, join with us; farmer-doctor, we want your help; farmer farmer-storekeeper,
storekeeper, farmer-storekeeper, we are not going to try to hurt your business. Come join with
with us, each and every person in the county has has the welfare of the
county at heart. Join us and help us to meet this crisis.
The following resolutions have been adopted by the executive commit committee
tee committee of the Farmer's Union of the county:
"WHEREAS, The labor problem of the farmer is of such a character
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
full supply of labor; and,
"WHEREAS, The individual is helpless to solve this problem; and,
"WHEREAS, Enforcement of the vagrancy laws would give the farmer,
nore labor; therefore, be it
"RESOLVED, That the executive committee of the Farmer's Union of
Marion county instruct all unions in the county to concentrate their efforts
in a move to organize each election district in the county into a farmer's
union, and collectively work as one man to solve the labor problem; and be
it further
"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 faws and inaugurate equal hours of work
and uniform work; and be it further .
"RESOLVED, That the executive committee of the Farmer's Union of.
the county call a mass meeting of all persons in the county interested in
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 making
ing making this move a success."
A mass me2ting is called to meet in Ocala Saturday, December 20th, at
10 o'clocka. m. All parties interested are invited to attend.
L. S. LIGHT,

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

FREE DELIVERY

WEST BROADWAY

PHONE 110

Advertise and get Results.

DON'T GAMBLE WITH FATE

Forests Small In Italy.

The total area of Italy, including

the Island:) of Sicily and Sardinia,

consists of about 71,500,000- acres,
which is equivalent to the combined
area of the states-of New York and

Pennsylvania, Massachusetts, Con

necticut and New Jersey, says the

Forestry Magazine of Washington. 1

Within this comparatively small area,

a population of 80.000,000, more than

equivalent to one-third of this coun

try is congested. Of the total area
of Italy, only 17.64 per cent is now

covered with forests.

FANCY WORK SALE

The guilds of Grace Episcopal

church will hold a sale of aprons and
fancy work articles at the Affleck

Millinery Parlors Wednesday, Dec. 17,

at 10:30 a. m.

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
pav every day up to its maturity. Ask
us "about the "Five in One" policy we
are now writing. It protects you dur during
ing during life and your dependent onesfter
your death. Come in and let's talk it
over BEN T. BELLFLOWER,
12-2t" District. Manager.
310 North Main Street; Oala.
A bracelet watch is just the thing
for daughter's Christmas present, and

those at Allemand's are being sold at

See Allemand for jewelry for your!

Christmas presents. 12-tf

Freslu Meati
And Oysters
CALL 519
The Old Reliable is Open
Again

Best Steaks 30c

Quick Delivery
J. B. BawMns

W. R. Pedrick

J H. Spencer

THE OCALA GAS ENGINE WORMS
Local Agents for the Old Reliable
WUWK AUTdDMOIBIILlE
Announces that they are now Handling Storage Batteries and
maintain a fully equiped service station for recharging batteries.
Complete line of GOODYEAR and UNITED STATES Tires and
Tubes. All kinds of Automobile Accessories, and a full line of
parts for the BUICK.

GASOLINE

OILS

GREASE

Acetylene Welding Our Specialty

OCALA GAS ENGINE WOMK!

SPENCER & PEDRICK, Proprietors.
" When Better Automobiles Are Built kuickJWill Build Them
Ocklaivaha Avenue and Osceola SUV OcalaFlorlclr

I

trulv low tJices. 12-tf
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OCALA EVENING STAB, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 13, 1919

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GAS HEATERS

- Furnish your home with a
R U D D
and always' have hot water at
small cost. We have the in all
sizes and styles. Let us show you.

THE GAS CO. j
Harrington Hall Block, Fort King Acenue

" "Jl" " ' ' mm.w,., rpS&p2i fg,

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Christmas Suggestions

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
Stick Pins, Cuff Links and
Gold Pen Knives
$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 mentionhere.. 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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ANNOUNCEMENT
We are now prepared to give demonstrations
in the popular
M IP P S M O OTH JX
to show its many new and striking features.
L MEEDHAIH BROTHERS

Opposite Harrington Hall Hotel.

Phone 193

STEAM CLEANING
PRESSING

AND

DYEING

OCALA OCCURRENCES

If you have
phone five-one.

any society items,

The many little friends of Anne
Walkley are glad to hear that she is
improving after a serious illness.
PARKER Lucky Curve Fountain
Pens ink the point and not the fingers.
Its safety sealed. Ask us. The Anti Anti-Monopoly
Monopoly Anti-Monopoly Drug Store. 2-tf
Mr. J. Walter Green of Kentucky is
a visitor in the city, coming especial especially
ly especially to fill the pulpit of the Christian
church tomorrow.

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

Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Clyatt accom accompanied
panied accompanied by Mrs. D. W. Tompkins and
Mrs. J. A. Bouvier are in Lakeland
attending the Methodist conference.
We have an excellent line of Per Perfumes
fumes Perfumes and Toilet Waters which will
make nice presents, and ask your in inspection.
spection. inspection. Gerig's Drug Store. 12-tf
Mr. Roger Dodd and Dr. J. H.
Therrell will return Monday after afternoon
noon afternoon from Lakeland, where they have
been attending the Methodist conference.

Just received, a big shipment of

i Parisian Ivory goods in manicure sets,

combs, brushes, mirrors, etc. Anti-

Moropoly Drug Store. 2-tf

Mr. Will Albright and several other

ycung men of Gainesville motored to

jthe city yesterday for the dance last

evening, iney will return to uaines uaines-ville
ville uaines-ville today.

W ft. Lane, M. D., Physician and

Surgeon, specialist Eye, Ear, Nose and

! Throat. Law Library Building, Ocala,

Florida. tf

Miss Frances Dodd, an attractive

young lady of Atlanta, has arrived in
the city to make her home here, and
will be with her brother, Mr. Roger
Dodd, and family.

The best winter hog and cow pas

ture is rye, rape and oats. At Ocala
Seed Store. 13-tf

Mr. Earl Hall is in Jacksonville ar

ranging to take a business course at

Massey's Business College. He will

be in Ocala for a short visit before he
enters upon his studies.

We buy all kinds of furs. Ocala

Exchange and Hide Co. 6-lm

Mrs. Kimball and son, Mr. Allen

Kimball and Mr. Ronald Coe of
Gainesville motored to the city yes yesterday
terday yesterday afternoon, attended the dance
at. the Ocala House and returned
home late in the evening.

WEIRSDALE W. C. T. U.
The members of the Weirsdale
Woman's Christian Temperance Union
gathered at the Presbyterian church
November 27th, Thanksgiving after afternoon,
noon, afternoon, and held their regular meeting.
After the president. Mrs. J. F. Sig Sig-mon,
mon, Sig-mon, called the meeting to order, Mrs.
Gabard offered a beautiful Thanks Thanksgiving
giving Thanksgiving prayer.
The topic was "Scientific Temper Temperance
ance Temperance Instruction in Our Public
Schools." Mrs. Harry Kimble, the
superintendent, had an extra good
program prepared and everybody
present helped to make it interesting.
The first reading on the program
wac "Teach by Fact and" Not by Ex Exhortation"
hortation" Exhortation" must be the keynote of all
temperance educational work. First
are what may be called the practical
facts of every day life, such as "the
appeal of sports." The boy can very
easily understand that his body must
be kept in perfect condition to be able
to excel. Then the "appeal of effic efficiency,"
iency," efficiency," which teaches that alcohol
only makes hard work harder amd
takes, a longer time to do a piece of
woik. Then the "appeal to safety,"
where the railroads afford a supreme
illustration of the effort to prevent

accidents due to alcohol. Also "the

appeal to public health." The pupils

can readily understand that the use

ful citizen keeps his geenral health

Select Stationery in Holiday boxes

at Gerig's Drug Store. 12-tf

W. H. Ragland, Ocala, shipping

from Trenton, placed a good load of
hogs here one day last week. Mr.

Ragland is one of the best known

livestock buyers in the state, and his
consignments have been coming into

this market with considerable regu

larity this season. Times-Union.

All customers of Federal Bread are

satisfied customers. Ask them. tf

The soiree at the Ocala House last
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evening was a most enjoyable an air.

There was a good crowd and the music
furnished by two young men from
Gainesville was splendid. Mr. Earl

Blount at the piano and Mr. Paul Gra

ham at the drum played jazz with
much pep. There were a great many

out of town young people at the dance.
They are always welcome to the Ocala
dances.

A big line of those thick tablets,

the kind the "kiddies" like. THE

SPECIALTY SHOP, A. E. GERIG.

The many friends that Mr. F. W.

Ball has made during his short resi

jder.ce in Ocaal are grieved to learn of

the death of his father, which occur occurred
red occurred several days ago in Georgia. Mr.
Ball left immediately to attend the
funeral, and be of comfort to- his

mother. In all probability his mother

will return with him to make her

(home here. Mrs. Ball and baby are

in Jacksonville visiting Mrs. Ball's
parents, and just as soon as they can

secure a house they will return to

make Ocala their home.

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It makes no difference how badly it is broken, we.
can weld it as good as new at a very small cost.
We Also Weld Automobile Frames, Cop Cop-Opsr,
Opsr, Cop-Opsr, brass, Aluminum and Steel.
HO JOU TOO LARGE FOR US TO HANDLE

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Cbk-Oklawaha Ave & Orange St.

KEPT HER AWAKE

The Terrible Pains in Back and

Sides. Cardni Gave Relief.

Marksville, La. Mrs. Alice Johnson,
of this place, writes: "For one year I

suffered with an awful misery in my back
and sides. My left side was hurting me

all the time. The misery was something

awful.
I could not do anything, not even sleep
at night. It kept me awake most of the

night ... I took different medicines, but
nothing did me any good or relieved me
until I took Cardui .
I was not able to do any of my work
for one year and I got worse all the time,
was confined to my bed off and on. 1 got
so bad with my back that when I stooped
down I was not able to straighten up
again ... I decided I would try Cardui
. . By time I had taken the entire bottle
I .was feeling pretty good and could
straighten up and my pains were nearly
all gone.
I shall always praise Cardui. 1 con continued
tinued continued taking it until I was strong and
well." If you suffer from pains due to
female complaints, Cardui may be just
what you need. Thousands of women

who once suffered in this way now praise

Cardui for their present good health

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Credit and Confidence Grow With Busi Business
ness Business Relations
And when once established with a strong Bank, they make
additional working capital for a successful business.
WE INVITE' YOU to keep your account with our Bank,
and when you are in need of funds, we will gladly lend you
an amount in keeping with good banking.
The Ocala National Bank

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up to a high point, whereas negli negligence
gence negligence of this matter .would make one
more susceptible to tuberculosis, blood
poisining and healing of wounds, etc.
Mrs. Jacoby and Mrs. Sigmon were
appointed a committee to ask for the
co-operation of the teacher, to have
supervised games on the school
grounds so temperance truths can be
taught. "Mrs. Sigmon, Reporter.

TO AUTO OWNERS

I am again at my old place of bus business
iness business on the Anthony road, where I

shall be pleased to attend to your car:

repair work by appointment. Call
phone 393. 29-tf M. A. Bouvier.
Waterman's Ideal Fountain Pens on
sale every day at Gerig's Drug- Store.

The eyes are the most

delicate onrans of the

human body, yet they

govern our
ment.

DR. K. J. WE I HE,
Optometrist and Optician.
' Eyesight Specialist

every move- .sec

Advertise in tne Star for result

PAY $5 CASH," -BALANCE IN $2 WEEKLY INSTALLMENTS
JOIN B. GOLDMAN'S
CMipnstasis GraifidraiwDflai Cflnnlb
(Limited to Fifty Members)

Outfit No. 1 Outfit No.2 Outfit No. 3
COLUMBIA GRAFONOLA COLUMBIA GRAFONOLA COLUMBIA GRAFONOLA
Type D-2 Type E-2 TypeG-2
Price..... $75.00 Price 1.... $100.00 Price... ... .... 5125.00
Six double face records, i 5.10 m Six double face records. 5.10 Ten double face records. N 10.20
$80.10 $105.00 $135.20

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 be 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 Club will 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 $2.00 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 you 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 wiU 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 delav. We will be-elad to have your ac

count, and hope your first purchase will merit a continuance of

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POPULAR SONGS

A279

"I've Got My Captain Working for -Me Now."
"Wait Till You Get Them Up in the Air, Boys.

A2792 "They're AU Sweeties."
"Sweet Kisses."
A2795 "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 111 Build
a Cottage for Two." And "Broken Blossoms."
A2791 "Golden Gate."
"I Am Climbing Mountains."
A2795 "Nobody Knows and Nobody Seems to Care."
"I Wanna Go Back to Dear Old Mother's Knee."
DANCE RECORDS
A2798 Blues (My Naughty Sweetie Gave Me) Fox-trot.
India (Oriental Intermezzo) Fox-trct.
A2799 Cleo Fox-trot.
Taxi One-step.

A6121 The Missouri Waltz.
The Moonlight Waltz.
AC123 A Pretty Girl i3 Like a Melody Fox-trot. From the
Follies of 1919. Introducing: Mandy.
And He'd Say Oo-la-la! Wee-Wee -One-step. Intro Introducing:
ducing: Introducing: (1) "Take Me to the Land of Jazz." (2) "111 be
Happy When the Preacher Makes You Mine."
INSTRU3IENTAL RECORDS
A2797 Serenade from "Les Millions D'Arlequm."
"Souvenir."
A6122 Samson and Dalila "Dance Bachanale."
Capriccio Espagnol.

A2800 The Kiddies Christmas Frolic
The Kiddies Christmas Frolic

Part I- Morning.
Part II- Evening.

A2797 The First Rose of Summer Medley Fox-trot. Intro Introducing:
ducing: Introducing: (1) "I've Been Waiting for You All the Time."
(2) Teacher, Teacher, from "She's a Good Fellow."
Somebody's Heart Fox-trot. Introducing: High Yaller.

NOVELTY RECORD
E4404 Stephanie Gavotte.
Don't Be Cross.
VOCAL RECORDS
49623 Africana, O Paradiso. (Charles Hackett).
78557 Abide With Me. (Rosa Ponselle and Barbara MaureL)
A2790 The Star of the East. (Barbara Maurel and Colombia
Stellar Quartet.)
The Birthday of -a King. (Barbara Maurel). V
A2S01 Silent Night. Hallowed Night. (Charles Harrison).
Oh, Holy Night. (Charles Harrison and Quartet).
49570 Cavalleria Rusticana Voi Lo Sapete, O Mr (Rosa
Ponselle.)
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
this opportunity.

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FiiFiiituFSf Etc.
DayPhone 253 Niflht Phones 511 and.395
L HURST, MANAGER
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YOtf R CREDIT IS GOOD. "WHY PAY MORE"

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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. j
Ocala, Flornla.

LATEST LOCALS

Mr. and Mrs. B. A. Williams
Martel were in town today.

of

IMver $l MacKay
UNDERTAKERS and EMBAIMERS
PHONE3 47. IU. US
OCALA, FLORIDA

XM AS SPECIALTIES

sizes

ial value in $2.00 Boxes

ParioiciTi Tiriir Mirrors, Combs and
X dl lbldll lVOry Toilet Accesories

Stationery sie5

CandieS ;E,'dness Knows They're Good"

-Perfumes and PerSS

Cigars

Domestic and Imported

The kind he likes
to smoke

Make your selection while
the assortment is complete

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G. C. GREEN & CO.

lerefice anmtil QoiaMtiy

are the important features of our business. Satisfaction is assured
to buyers. Let us serve you. A select line of recleaned v
Fulghum, Ninety-Day and Rust Proof Oats.
Rape Seed
Now is the time to put in- your orders for spring planting of

CANTALOUPES
WATERMELONS

BEANS
CUCUMBERS-. -i..

FIELD CORN
EARLY CORN

OGALA SEEP -.STORE'

Ocala

Florida

, Jacob's candy, "the good kind," in
feney Christmas packages, 25c. to $20
the box. Anti-Monopoly Drugstore, tf
Rye, rape and oats. Get our prices
before buying. The Ocala Seed
Store. 17-tfw

Nothing makes, a more appropriate
Christmas present than a piece of
good jewelry. See my line. J. E. Al Al-lcmand,
lcmand, Al-lcmand, the jeweler. 12-tf
r Stationery in holiday boxes at the
Anti-Monopoly Drug Store. 2-tf

First Cost
We can't, compete for
lottery business on price.
Willard service doaa
cost more, so does a Wil Willard
lard Willard Battery. But isn't It
true that if you hire a
real engineer, or archi architect,
tect, architect, or contractor, or
carpen tar, or mechanic,
or doctor, or lawyer,
that it saves in the long
run?
WVre in business to do ths
Job right thm AtBt ms sad
that costs more than to fix It
so it has to be done over again
- soon after.
When we sell a Willard Bat Battery
tery Battery with Threaded Rubber
Insulation we charge more for
It. but, it doesn't come back
for re-insulation with a big bill
to you. It stays on the job till
it has delivered all the service
you bought and generally
lot more than you'd believe
possible.
Try it once and you'll feel
the same as 99 of all who
own Willard Batteries with
Threaded Rubber Insulation.
Drop in glad to see you.
OCALA
BATTERY CO.,
STORAGE
Phone 248,

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Mr. A. T. Thomas has returned
from a business trip to Jacksonville.
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Erby and family
of Anthony are shoppers in town to today.
day. today. Mrs. Demming of the Muclan
farms, was a shopper in the city today.

UNCLASSIFIED
ADVERTISEMENTS
WANTED. LOST. FOUND, roir
SALE. FOR RENT AM) SIM SIMILAR
ILAR SIMILAR LOCAL NEEDS

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

Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Martin of An Anthony
thony Anthony were in the city today shopping.

Miss Mabel Beck is spending the
week-end with her relatives at Fel Fellowship.
lowship. Fellowship. Dr. and Mrs. Davis of Irvine are
business visitors and shoppers to the
city today.
Mr. and Mrs. J. M. ilillman, well
known residents of Anthony, spent
today in the city.
Mrs. E. J. Crook left this afternoon
for Jacksonville, where she will spend
several days visiting relatives.
For quick sale. Seaboard restaurant,
fixtures and supplies, $600. Cash. Ap Apply
ply Apply at Seaboard Restaurant. 12-19
Mr. J. Mack Towne, past head con consul
sul consul of the Woodmen, was a pleasant
visitor at the Star office this morning.
Mr. and Mrs. George Keney of An Anthony
thony Anthony were in the city for the day,
shopping and attending to business
matters.

Mr. and Mrs. B. L. Hooks of But Butler,
ler, Butler, Pa. are in the city visiting their
son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and
Mrs. Paul Durand for the winter.

A few of those games left. Better
come in and get yours. Gerig's Drug
Store. 12-tf

DR. G. A. EDMIST0N
Veterinai, Physician and Surgeon
Phone 38 M

Ocala

Florida

If it's a Kodak that is wanted, re remember
member remember that Gerig's Drug Store is
the only store in Ocala where you can

get one. All Kodaks are cameras, but

all cameras are NOT KODAKS. 12-tf

Remember the Ocala Exchange &

Hide Co. wants your furs. 6-lm

Stopl Have you tried Federal Bread,

the "best bread in the world." 20-tf

We Are Offering

A Splendid Selection of

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For Holiday Presents

lj PLAIN AND SET RINGS, WATCHES,

BROOCHES, NECKLACES,
LA.VELIERS, WATCH BRACELTS, PINS,
FRENCH IVORY TOILET, MANICURE,
COMB AND BRUSH AND MILITARY SETS.

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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 HalJ Block
Ocala - - Florida

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Mr. and Mrs. DeWitt Griffin have

returned from a short visit to Tampa,

where they went to bring home a love

ly, baby girl who they have adopted.
They have given the little lady the
name of Harriet.

FOR SALE One lot of shelving lum lumber
ber lumber and one Beaver Board paititiuii
10 x 25 fett; a few 2x4. E. C. Jor

dan & Co. 12-3t

FOR SALE A 1918 Dodge touring
car. New battery, new tire. In first-

class condition. Cheap for cash. Ap

ply to Mrs. L. Toffaletti. 12-3t

REWARD I will pay a suitable re reward
ward reward for return of male pointer dog
lost last Friday. Has liver spots on
head and back; balance of body white.
Fred Malever. 10-Gt

FOR SALE One cow. fresh: one

good work horse cheap. Apply to J.

C. Howell. 12-10-Ct

FOR RENT Five room house, No.
704 South Third street. Possession
January 1st, 1920. Apply to Dr. J.
W. Hood. ll-6t

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. 11-Ct

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 entrance.
trance. entrance. Phone 242 or call at No. 19,
Heibert 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. 10-6t

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

Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Dugger and

family of Fleming, Ga., arrived in the

city a few days ago and have taken
charge of the farm which they re recently
cently recently purchased on the Shady road,
several miles south of town.

See our "Little Gifts." They will
sclve many problems for you. THE
SPECIALTY SHOP. A. E. GERIG.
Mrs. CI y burn and daughter, Miss
Nellie Clyburn-of Summerfield are in
town today shopping and visiting
friends. Miss Clyburn has been the
competent and clever principal of the
Summerfield school for several years.
Mr. W. D. Richey, formerly a resi resident
dent resident of Ocala, but now of Lakeland,
returned to his home this morning
after a pleasant visit in the city with
friends. While here he and a party
of friends spent several days in the
scrub, hunting and had much success.

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
ters. 9-tf

An elegant line of Ladies' Hanker Hanker-ch'efs
ch'efs Hanker-ch'efs and Camisoles for Christmas
gifts at the Style Hat Shop. ll-3t
The many friends of Miss Ethel
Haycraft will be delighted to learn
that she is expected in the city in a
short time to spend the Christmas
holidays wieh her mother, Mrs. R. T.
Weaver, and Dr. Weaver. Miss Hay Hay-craft
craft Hay-craft is teaching music in. Dade City.
Mr. A. D. McArthur and wife of
Miami were in the city yesterday,
guests of the Harrington. Mr. Mc McArthur
Arthur McArthur was the very popular clerk of
the Harrington some years ago, and
his friends were glad to see him
again. He will officiate at the desk of
the Hotel McAllister in Miami this
season.

Mrs. Annie Akin, Mrs. J. Goodson
and son Raymond, and Mrs. Goodson's
mother, Mrs. Edding from Tampa,
and Master William Richie motored

to Leesburg today and will be-accom

panied back home tonight by Mr.

Goodson, who has been in Leesburg

for several days attending to business.

Genuine Seneca cameras and films

for holiday gifts, at the Anti-Monop

oly Drug Store. 2-tf

Miss Blair Woodrow opened her

dancing classes yesterday afternoon
and evening with a good attendance

at both. This is a great benefit for
the children and older folks of the
town and the large crowd present
attested the appreciation of Miss
Woodrow as a teacher.

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 your
wood cut ready to burn direct from
the producer, thereby saving the
profits of the city wood yard. "Orders

filled anywhere in the city. Phone

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

FOR SALE Nice milk cow within

heifer calf. See C. A. Holloway, 715
Lime street, Ocala, Fla. 5-6t

FOR SALE All kinds of farm ma machinery;
chinery; machinery; plows, disc harrows, culti cultivators,
vators, cultivators, sweeps, etc. Also five head
of mules, three head of horses and
thirty head of hogs. All bareains.

Come see. them. Kirby Stock Farms

Co., 1 miles out on Silver Springs
road. 4-12t

FOR SALE Residence with 5 rooms

and bath, large porches; corner of

Franklin and Clark streets; also
laige barn. Will sell for cash or on
terms. Call phone 493. 12-2-lm

FOR SALE at 702 Wyomina street,

six-room house, also bath and summer
kitchen; all modern improvements.
Also rock face cement block machine.
Carl Wenzel. 2-l-30t

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

FURNITURE, ETC. i buy and ae'l
second hand furniture. Experts put it
in good condition before re-selling.
Repair sewing machines, lawn mow mowers,
ers, mowers, enamelware, etc. J. W. Hunter,
310, 312, 314 South Main St. 23-tf

WOOD For oak wood, cut to order,
call Teapot Grocery, or see J. H. J.
Counts. 19-tf

Sergeant G. W. Martin arrived in
ihe city Thursday, having recently re received
ceived received his discharge from the army.
Sergeant Martin has been at an army
post near Boston since the be beginning
ginning beginning of the war, and ,while he never
succeeded in getting across, he did his
part over here.' Sergeant Martin is
being a most cordial welcome by his
many friends in the city.
Mr. Dewey Home leaves this aft aft-erroon
erroon aft-erroon for Thomasville. Ga.. where he
will make his home in the future.
While in the city he has been engaged
in business with Blalock Bros., and
nas made many friends here who 're 'regret
gret 'regret very much' his departure for an-

j other city, but the good wishes of all

go with him.
. Mr. and Mrs. M. F. Collins of Mil
fcrd, Conn., and Mr. and Mrs. Roger
Conner of Waterbury, Conn., are
spending' the -winter at Lake Weir, oc occupying
cupying occupying the Elkhurst cottage, owned

Iby Mrs. C" C. Volkman of Connecticut,

who has many friends in the city.
These two couples are relatives of
Mrs. Volkman and it will be interest interesting
ing interesting news to her friends to know that
Mr. Roger Conner is one of the
world's foremost baseball stars, while
Mrs. Collins i3 a well known dancer.

WOOD Phone 146 for all lenghths
oak or pine wood; thoroughly season seasoned.
ed. seasoned. Special price on quantity orders.
Put in your winter supply now.
Smoak's Wood Yard. 15-tf

j NEEDMAM'S
I AUTO SERVICE
I Speedy and Comfortable J
Cars at All Hours I

Call nn
Phone

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

" '- --i r- -' i i in mCtm i ir i r

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Metafile's efei

810,000,00 Water Prool Tcnl Theater
l
Bert Melville & Company

Will Present

66

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ELM

9p

4 Ac! Drama

5 VAUDEVILLE SPECIALTIES
Between Acts
Admission 40 and 30c S1 t!
Theater Comfortably Heated

mm

AUTO AND TRUCK REPAIRING!'

SPECIAL
PRICES
ON OVER OVERHAULING
HAULING OVERHAULING FORI)
ENGINES

Wc 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 vulcanhed. Full line of the famous Two-in-One
Inner Tubes, either 30x3 fS0x3; price $3.25.
STANDARD OILS, GAS AWD GREASE
Our place (the old Ford Garrge) is open from C a. m. until 10 p.
m. every day in the year, whcie you arc invited to call and let us
serve you. ,"
DIXIE HIGHWAY GARAGE
JAMES ENGESSER, Proprietor
121 W. Broadway phone 253 SOcala, Florida

If Everything Was As
Cheap As Our Ece
The cost of living would be as low as it was in the good old days
No use'wonxng, however, because it isn't that way. lie glad that
ice is helping to keep down the cost of living, besides giving yon
better food and a greater variety of it than your grandfather's fam family
ily family ever had.
Ocala Ice & "PacMng Co0

T

L. ALEXANDER
PRACTICAL CARPENTER
" AND BUILDER
Careful Estimates made on all Con Contract
tract Contract wcik. Gives More and Better
Work for the Money than any other
.contractor in the city.

r

7" f. n. r

Hrc (S? rf FSs A 7E

Proof w I: --Vj

Negotiable Storage Receipts Issued on Cotton, Automobiles, Etc. e

long distance :.iot ; ;c 1

nis- move, pack, ship

UIH live stock.

pianos, baggage,
machinery,
furniture, etc.

1

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The Star is an advertisinj; xaediaa thru T,lilzh. ycu can rc : C

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