The Ocala evening star

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

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Began in 1895; ceased in 1943.
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Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 5 (June 24, 1895).
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Weather Forecast: Fair tonight and
Wednesday; colder with frost in north
and central portions tonight.
OCALA, FLORIDA, TUESDAY, DECEMBER 16, 19 i 9.
VOL. 26, NO. 299
118 TRYING Ii
OF NEUTRALITY OCALA-PALATKA iOOILINE PEACE INTEND RELIEF
SORRY THEY SUNK
THE SHIPS
NFMATION! RAISE EMBARGO
T HAS ENOUGH
MOTOR TRAIN ORGANIZATION
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Supreme Court Decisions Somehow

Learned in Advance by Deal Dealers
ers Dealers in Stocks
(Associated Press)
Washington, Dec. 1G. Department
of justice officials today continued :

theii investigation of reports of al-; tion informs me he is doing every- j return to its former state of neutral neutral-leged
leged neutral-leged "leaks" on supreme court de-thing possible to raise the embargo on; ity, according to the Independence

cisions, which are said to have been;
used as tips for stock speculation,

Minor officials of the department and gifted in two or three days.
an attache of the supreme court are Frank Clark.
implicated in the charges, but Captain!
Birke, chief of the bureau of investi-j HE SUCCEEDED

gation of the department of justice,! Washington, Dec. 16. (Associated
declared that so far no basis for thepIfess). The embargo on shipments

charge. had been discovered.
BLACK DIAMONDS DELIVERED
AS BILLED
Virtually normal conditions in the
distribution of coal have been restor restored.
ed. restored. The railroad administration to today
day today began delivering all coal as billed,
except in a few emergency cases
where diversion was necessary.
EXERCISES AT THE
STATE PRISON FARV;
At the state prison farm at Rai-
fcrd Saturday night, December 13th, j
the. Glee Club from Gainesville,
rwmnnKpH of Rr.nn'prit.s of the Ilniversi-'

ty of Florida, and young ladies from: the cqunty living in these nine pre-i
that city, gave a fine program to the cincts that the Dixie Highway passes
inmates and attaches of the state through. I
prison. The program consisted of Superintendent Brinson furnished;
vocal and instrumental selections and me with a statement of the sub-school
short talks. The young ladies and taxes paid in the "year 1918, and in-
men fiom the University City are eluding Summerfield and Martin, and
gifted mth rare entertaining talents other territory along the Dixie High-
and the evening was most enjoyable way, not included in Mr. Erinson's re-
for thc-je at the. state farm. iport. The figures prove that the nine
Thesi Saturday evening entertain- precincts pay fully one-half of the
merits, which are held in the new au- taxes of the county.
duoiiur.i, have become a regular part The defeated bond issue called for
of the prison life ever since Superin-but $500,000 for tha Dixie Highway
tendenc Blitch has been in charge. and $1,000,000 for the balance of the
They have proven to be a wonderful county. This was jjooJ for the county,
help a:.d inspiration to the men and but tough for the taxpayers along the
women inmates. The entertainment Dixie Highway.
Saturd; y night was possibly the best Seven out of nine precincts voted

given yet. ;514 for bonds, 272 agamct bonds.
One of the features of the evening! More than half of he voters who
was the announcement of Superin- voted in the bond election voted in
tendent Blitch, who has just returned ihese nine precincts,
from Tallahassee, where the pardon j Two precincts along the Dixie High High-board
board High-board was in session, that a number way gave a majority of 34 against
of jiardons had been granted. When bonds, showing a majority of 242. or
these names were announced there nearly two-thirds for bonds.
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wjs genuine rejoicing among an w
know of their fellow inmates' good
fortune. Several of those receiving
paraons maae snon DUt nappy goou-
byo ta'.ks. thanking the management
for the good care and friendship of

tne pat eignieen montns. ; living aiong me jji.iu xi:giiway were
Life xt the prison farm this Christ- willing to be taxed more than their
mas w 11 be quite a contrast to that share to have good roads in other see see-in
in see-in mar.y prisons of this country, tions of the county.

mere ne inmaies are as wuwuwu -a
human beings can be who are serving
mi 1. a J
prison sentences. They are well fed
and cjtred for, have sufficient work
to do and are surrounded with an
enviroi ment that makes them better
menaud women.
Fine crops have been made this

year at the farm, new departments tory, and no other road included in oy bond issue lessen population, de de-are
are de-are co .tinually being added, and the the bond election. j crtase wealth or cause a very much
time is here when the prospective A bond issue of this kind for $500,- larger "road millage tax.
homesoker from other states can find 00C will save the taxpayer along the I move that we solve this problem
no bet'er evidence of what can be Dixie Highway quite a sum compared ; ncw
done o.i Florida soil, than to make a to the defeated bond issue. j j move the Marion County Board of
trip to the state prison farm at Rai-j My reasons for only wanting thisiTrade begin at once to have petitions
ford. one road included is because the ma-: ,iKr.ed by the taxpayers so as to be
The entertainment for Saturday jority, of the voters on every other scented to the county commissioners
night cf this week will be featured road of importance voted against 3COn
by a Minstrel gotten up by the in- bonds in the last election, and they;J Th'g good road commission has ex ex-mates.
mates. ex-mates. S. H. Blitch. should have what they voted for. An-1 tended tne time limit, to allow this
! other reason why I want a bond elec-; question to be submitted. This good
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L.rar jerries, xo cenis per pounu, aw
W. A. Stroud's. 15-tf
If yen do not find what you want in
the mr il order catalogues, try THE
T?ffW SWOP. lfi-3t
Notl ng maKes a more appropriate
Christ", .as present lhan a piece of
eood j welry. See my line. J. E. Al-
lemanc, the jeweler. 12-tf

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Congressman Clark, as Usual, is Dili-

gently at Work for His
Constituents
Washington, Dec,. 15, 5:20 p. m.-
The manager of the mail and express
divisions of thq railroad administra-
fruits and vegetables from Florida to;
eastern points and hopes to have it
of fruit and vegetables from Florida
will be lifted today, officials of the
American Railway Express company
announced.
LIGHT FIGURES ON
THE BOND ELECTION
Editor Star: The people living
along the Dixie Highway should know
these facts and figures:
MrTnr.osri nrpfinrt: in 191fi hurl 9f7

people; Reddick precinct had 1227 atjwih Hu raid on Mu-
the same time; Martin had 719; Ken- I?" and he!d, for 000 ransom each,
drick had 865; Belleview had 1251;!al were leased without payment
Lake Weir had S67; Stanton had 510; ? -n ra.n&Sm money' lle .teleSram
Summerfield had 792. and Ocala had ; tated. G. M. Segum. Mexican con con-F,?
F,? con-F,? tnfnl nf 1 9 1 9. nr thrPP.I here, niade public the telegram,

! sevenths of the entire population of'addin that lack of normal means of

inese ngures prove tnai me lax-
pavers wno live along the Dixie High-
vay wanted to meet the federal and
stsie am proposition ana to nave a
ood and lasting good road built.
These figures prove tha the voters
r 4 .11 i' 4-1.,. i- -..U
x icspcuiuuv can uu mu vuw;ii vmu
live in these nine precincts to petition
the county commissioners to call an-
oiher sub-road distiict bond election,
including the election precincts of Mc-
Intosh, Reddick. Martin, Belleview..
Summerfield, Lake Weir, Kendrick,
Ocala and Stanton and no other terri-

ncn soon, is oecause me nme tock j road wouid be built by state convicts.
;that is nov being used on the Dixie!" tIia iron ic hot ctrikpf

Highway will be. too costly to keep in
good condition with the heavy travel!
now going over this road, as the fed
ml uno state P-ovPrnmPnts nronocprf
to bear half the expense, thereby les-
sening the cost to the taxpayer of the
pieposed bond district fully one-half. ;
I challenge any man in Marion1
county to prove that good roads built

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Boigian Government Insists that Its
Status be Established on a i
Different Basis

(Associated Press)
Brussels. Dec. 1G. The Belgian
government will refuse absolutely to
Beige. Declarations will soon be made
by Premier Delacroix on the subject,
when the premier will specify the
government's viewpoint, the newspa newspaper
per newspaper adds.
VILLA TURNED THE
AMERICANS LOOSE
(Associated Press)
Eagle Pass, Texas, Dec. 16. Fred
!G. Hugo, of El Paso, manager of the
J. M. Dobies ranch near Muzquiz,
Mexico, has been released by the Vil Vil-listas
listas Vil-listas who kidnapped him last week
and held him for $10,000 ransom, ac according
cording according to advices received late yes yesterday.
terday. yesterday. No ransom was paid.
Several prominent Mexicans taker.
communication made it difficult to ob-
tam urt"er aetails.
-ARE YOU PATRIOTIC?
Ii you ar-3 not decorating all your
ettt rs and packages with Red Cros3
-seaU, then you are forgetful of what
iur boys wt re dolus for u across the
-cei.a for many months.
Al the fcJowing siorcs you will find
.hes-e seal-, which ahcukl be attached
to t-very Christmas paicel you send
-ct. nameh : Geriga Dili-- Store, the
Anti-Monopoly Drug: Store, Frank's
VWikley liui'ock' h.t.jeraashery, the
Style Hat 3hop end the Specialty
ihop. Do i.ot be a slacker. Buy these
seals. They make a pieity decoration.
Mis. Ii. C. Dozier,
Ghmn. Red Cross Seal Committee.
WILL BE A CANDIDATE
1 OR SUPERINTENDENT
Among the c?.llcrs at the Star office
Mo.day was Mr. G. N. Shealy of
S '.S "111
dui r, who toils us tnai ne win ne a
.idnte for countv superintendent
ol- .q instruction at the coming
democratic
primary election. Mr.
Shealy has been a teacher in Florida
iChools for seven years five of which
weri in Marion county. He has serv-
j1 as principal of the Sparr. Citra and
Ar.chony schools, and taught one year
--ach in Levy and Lafayette counties.
rf
je :3 &t preseRt principal of the Sparr
-ci1(iai jie ;s a progressive voun"
incif
proi
mai and is an enthusiast for making
Jertain improvements in our. present
Mit)0i methods in Marion county, of
A7n;en ne W1ii tell the voters at a later
,jate
Yours truly, L. S. Light.
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fnrpnnnn. Nntifv T C Wilcor.
geenral delivery, Ocala. 16-3t
Strings for all instruments at THE
BOOK SHOP.
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Represent th1
Company kindly
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New Service on the Oklawaha Valley.

Railroad Will be Inaugurated
Tomorrow
At 11 o'clock tomorrow the new
mctor driven train of the Oklawaha
VYJley railroad will arrive at the union
itation on the first trip of its schedule
between Ocala and Palatka. The new
trair. will bring officials of the railroad
and prominent business men of Pa Palatka
latka Palatka and upon its arrival will be giv given
en given a warm welcome. The new train
will give better and quicker service
between Central Florida and the East
Coast, a service that is at present
greatly needed. The train will be a
special accommodation for those who
desire to see Silver Springs by mak making
ing making a side trip to or from the East
Coast.
When the new train arrives at the
union station at 11 o'clock it will be
met by representatives of the city,
of the Marion County Board of Trade,
Retail Merchants' Credit Association,
ilotary Club, local railroad represen representatives
tatives representatives and members of the press. A
presentation of the key of the city to
i he visitors will made by a represen representative
tative representative cf the mayor. It is expected
ihj-t a large crowd Will greet the train
in addition to the officials appointed
by these organization.. The welcome
at the union station will be followed
. y an automobile trip around the city
and to points ofjnteiest. At 1 o'clock
the visitors will be tendered a lunch luncheon
eon luncheon by the Marion County Board of
Trade, at the Florida House, which
wiil te attended by the reprasenta reprasenta-lives
lives reprasenta-lives of the city, and organizations
hat compose the official welcoming
party. The train is scheduled to leave
on its return trip to Palatka at 2:05.
Among the prominent citizens who
vvill accompany the train to Ocala,
.vili be Mr. 11. M. Montmoilin, pres present
ent present cf the Paiacka Business Men's
..2jue; K. O. Ham, of the W. A.
.'iM-rvday Co.; Mr. Mobley, cashier of
ic State Bank; J." H. Millican, vice
resident cf the Siate Bank; Col. E.
Hivskell, goneial counsel for the
Oklawaha Valley; H. E. Merryday, at at-icn..nr
icn..nr at-icn..nr for the Oklawaha Valley; Sam
HiUburn; Dr. E: W. Warran, chief
i,ji:eon of the Oklawaha Valley, rep rep-rescatatives
rescatatives rep-rescatatives of the Palatka newspa newspapers,
pers, newspapers, vnd J. J. Murphy, secretary of
.hc- Palatka Business Men's League.
Mr. II. S. Cummins, president of the
loJman Lumber Company, and re re-joivcr
joivcr re-joivcr for the Oklawaha Valley, will'
head the party on the train upon its
nit;al trip. It is to Mr. Cummins j
hat the largest share of credit must
:o for the inauguration of the newi
Irain service. Through Mr. Cummins'
ruitiring efforts the Oklawaha Valley
wiis saved from being sent to the
crap heap.
Cranberrie?, 15 cents per pound, at
. a
iroud s.
10-tI
THE BOOK SHOP has increased
its sales force and will be open eve evenings
nings evenings until nine o'clock. Please help
us by shopping this wck as you will
not only be better served but be bet better
ter better able to get what you want. 16-3t
PARKER Lucky Curve Fountain
Pcnb ink the point and not the fingers.
Its safety sealed. Ask us. The Anti Anti-Monopoly
Monopoly Anti-Monopoly Drug Store. 2-tf
Rye, rape and oats. Get our prices
before buying. The Ocala Seed
Store. 17-tfw
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
The Rivers End and 150 selected
titles of the newest books at THE
BOOK SHOP. 16-3t
The most complete line of Thermos
Bottles we have ever displayed. Come
i nand see them. Gerig's Drug tSore.
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Foch Will Preside Over and Petain
Command the Inter-Allied
Forces

(Associated Press)
Paris, Dec. 16. The French and

British commands have discussed j for the relief of Austria were taken egrtion arrived in Paris thi3 morning
plans for the peace-time organization, j up by the supreme council today after to discuss compensation for the sink sink-according
according sink-according to the Matin. The news-'it had heard a lengthy discussion of ing rf German ships in Scapa Flow,
paper forsees the maintenance of Mar-j this nation's difficulties by Dr. Renner,i
shal Petain as French generalissimo Austrian chancellor. It was decided! BEFORE THE COUNCIL

ui, iae uisposiuon ox an inier-auiea,ine urst siep in iciieving uie AUainan,

council over which Foch probably will
preside.
SOON BE SETTLED
Rome, Dec. 16. The newspapers
express the belief today that an an announcement
nouncement announcement of a solution of the Fiume
controversy will be made by Premier
Nitti at tomorrow's session of the
chamber of deputies. N
PLAGUE LN STAMBOUL
Geneva, Dec. 16. Reports of an
outbreak of the bubonic plague in
Constantinople are confirmed in ad advices
vices advices received today by the Interna International
tional International Red Cross headquarters here.
The disease is said to be spreading in
the poorer districts of the city.

the last meeting the question of the
NOT LIKELY (observance of Armistice Day as a
London, Dec. 16. Thirteen hundred !hc!iday came UP and he had conferred
British troops in Persia have beeii:wh members of the boardindi boardindi-viped
viped boardindi-viped out by the hostile population, a j vidually and it had been agreed to
Moscow wireless received here today ive thls as a scho1 hohday an4 the

claims.
CONFERENCE WITn CARRANZA
(Associated Press)
Mexico City, Dec. 16. The gover
nors of all states of Mexico have been
fcjmmonea to meet in Mexico Uity

Lumber 20th for a conference withisie Starlin for four children; Mrs.

x'-esiaem arranza looking to a more
j, nafirnfi-vn f iV, rfinuu

v.sUUitw au iiJrs. uDCiia riniey, coiorea, ior nvevnnM ha 0(.,itDj v... r0 r t T,'m
a.so to outline plans whereby the ap.jchi!dien; Mrs. Anna E. Ogle for two! 8eCUred by MrS M J TUn"

c.n.uuiM tuii ue caincu uui
wtn me icaoi uistui oance or uniair-
ness.
HOUSE COMMITTEE IS
AGAINST REPEAL
"(Associated Press)
Washington, Dec. 16. An unfavor

able report on me bill to repeal the;"wn parties.

war-time prohibition law was ordered
today by the House agriculture com
mittee by a vote of sixteen to three.
EXTENDING AMERICAN
rnrniT Tn riTRnpr
CKJbDll 1U EUROl E
(Associated Press)
Washington, Dec. 16. The Senate
today adopted the conference report
on the Edge bill authorizing the or organization
ganization organization of a corporation to extend
credit to Europe to stimulate export
trade. The bill now goes to the presi-!
dent.
CHARGES OF CONTEMPT,
EXCEPT ONE, CONTINUED
(Associated Press)
Indianapolis, Ind., Dec. 16. The
charges of contempt of court against
eighty-four officials of the United
Mine Workers, with one exception,
were continued this morning by Fed Federal
eral Federal Judge Anderson. The exception
is the charge against President
Howat, of the Kansas district mine
workers, who is charged with con continued
tinued continued violation of the court's injunc injunction
tion injunction against furtherance of the strike.
NO LACK OF NERVE
(Associated Press)
Washington, Dec. 16. Permission
to institute original proceedings to
have the national prohibition amend amendment
ment amendment declared unconstitutional was
asked of the supreme court today by
the Retail Liquor Dealers Association
of New Jersey.
All customers of Federal Bread are
; satisfied customers. Ask them. tf
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Thirty Thousand Tons of Food Will

be Shipped Via Triest to the
Hungry People
(Associated Press)
Paris, Dec. 16. Initial measures!
food shortage would be a shipment
I thirty thousand tons of food to be

47,dlu.17 Ilcr l" ue ""ppeu.by the supreme council today. It was

thence into Austrian territory.
BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION
Ocala, Fla., Dec. 2, 1919.
The board of public instruction in
and for Marion county met in its of office
fice office in regular session with W. L. Col Colbert,
bert, Colbert, chairman, A. J. Stephens, mem member,
ber, member, and Supt. J. H. Brinson, secre secretary,
tary, secretary, present. Mr. Veal, member,
was absent.
Minutes of November meeting read
and approved.
It was reported by the secretary
(that after the board had adjourned at
action was approved.
At this time Mr. Veal came in and
as sumed his place as a member.
The following applications for
widows' pensions were presented in
'regular order and approved and the
originals passed on to
the county
commissioner for nrtinn-
Airs. Gu9.
Lucy Black, colored, for one child;
Ur ... '
. cnudren; Mrs. baliie E. Wynne for
j three children.
A reslution from a large number of
Vie patrons of the Hopewell colored

school was presented asking that V.;trustee on account 0f the active per per-;L.
;L. per-;L. Pastelle and wife be asked to re-jforr,ariPe nf hz. HnP

: turn and complete the term of school,

j they having left on account of the.to the board, of public instruction the
.former having been shot at by un-!appliaction of Mra Jessie Peebie3 of

letter was, presenieu irom
Aubrey rnk, one of the r ellowship
! trustees, enclosing a letter from Mr.
R. W. Ferguson in regard to trans-

porting the pupils of the Badger ;ciaJ statement filed with the clerk of
school to Fellowshm school. It was'.t. j i n..

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ajrreed that secretary should cor

respona wun inr. r rwK as to numoerj James Smith attendance officer of
of pupils that would have to be trans-;thc Gcala col0red school district, call call-ported
ported call-ported and see what arrangements ed and discussed with the board var var-could
could var-could be made as to transportation ious things pertaining to the enforce enforce-rcute
rcute enforce-rcute and conditions would warrant. ;mcnt of the attendance law and also
He was authorized to contract with;th3 salary that should be attached lo
Mi. Ferguson for the transportation. Une position.
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n was agreea w sen me eigniy. Sundry communications and bills
acres of land deeded to the board byjV;ere nrcsented and acted upon.
Capt. S. R. Pyles to Mr. R. II. Red-, Matter of time to dismiss school

ding and the secretary and chairman
were authorized to execute deed ac
cordingly.
The secretary presented a coupon.
warrant in favor of Mr. John II. Tay
lor for ?2500 payable in two years'
from September 6. 1919, fox the sig
nt'tures of all members of the board.
iris was to take up another warrant
for the same amount.
Deed from the colored people of Or-
ange Lake for a school site was pre
ser.ted and ordered to be recorded.
Communication from the state sup
ermtendtnt in regard to an education educational
al educational meeting in Savannah, was present presented
ed presented and filed for information.
Notice of coupons on funding war-
rants amounting to $450 maturing
Ji.n. 1 was presented and same order
ed to be paid.
Communication from the attorney attorney-general
general attorney-general in regard to the taxes on the
Oklawaha Valley railroad was pre presorted
sorted presorted and filed for reference.
Notice from the principal of the
C
itra school that the intermediate
iccher, Miss Kclter, had left without
te
warning on Sunday was presented.)
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Deutschland's Statesmen Find that

the Question of Repaartlon
Will Not Down
(Associated Press)
Paris, Dec. 16. A new German del-
TV, fiprman n tlo nl.

oi.i;iVj PnmmnT1!,,t5ft. aa' R;n.

irg of the peace protocol was taken up
decided that a meeting of allied ex
perts with German .shipping experts
wcul:l be held this afternoon.
THE GERMAN IDEA
Beriin, Dec. 16 The German gov government's
ernment's government's idea regarding compensa compensation
tion compensation for the sinking of the Scapa Flow
fleet is to offer such harbor material
as may be shared without seriously
disturbing Germany's economic life,
according to the Morgan Post. The
remaining amount of tonnage decided
upon as compensation would be de de-liveied
liveied de-liveied in installments from new pro production
duction production of the German ship building
industry.
TO AUTO OWNERS
I am again at my old place o2 bus business
iness business on the Anthony road, whore I
shall be pleased to attend to your car
repair work "by appointment. Call
phone 393. 29,-tf M. A. Bouvier.
Cranberries, 15 cents per pound, at
W. A. Stroud's. 16-tf
Also that the place was being tempo-
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-'.raruy uueo ud(u a cenuicaiea teacner
Resignation of Mr. J. N. Marshall
presented It was the sense of the
hoarH tw i.-, frt ,a:n n.
county commissioners retUrned
Griner Farm and Mrs. Emma Smith,
j colored, of Ocala. for further investi-
; gation and f or later report.
Sundry bills were presented and
audited .and ordered naid as ner finan-
",u toun auu aiso in me ouice oi iiu
surermtendent.
ror the Christmas holidavs was taken
up and it was agreed that the schools
of the county wofcld dismiss for the
holidavs on Fridav. DecpmW loth
and re-oPen on Monday. January 5,
1020
j teachers' reports were present-
ed and accounts ordered paid.
The superintendent was authorized
to iisue a circular upon school attend
ance and call attention to various
i futures of the attendance law.
r gituatiori in ard to th Cal-
!v,rr school in matter of getting
water was presented by the secretary
and it was agreed to advance S10 to
James Glyrap, who had been trying to
'get water, for him to pay his help
w:tu and wit:h tne Hr..iorRanrfinfl. tw
he v;ould proced to make an attempt
to fet water by putting down a well
either in the place where he has fail failed
ed failed or at another place to be selected
and that he would guarantee water at
6a cents per foot, the total amount
raid him to be deducted from trip
jtotaT amount due when satisfactory
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OCAU EVENING STAR

t'uhliNhed Every Day Except Sunday hy
STAR PUBLISHING COMPANY
OF OCALA, FLA.

It. It. Carroll, President

P. V. Leavenicood, Seeretary-Tre

J. H. Uenjamla Gdltar

yet kept on the job, and is shown by san'tary condition; not faultless, but

ifact?, presented by Mr. Clark to be very good. Our main trouble is our
i wasting the people's money whole- streets. They are mighty rough in
'sale. In his speech, Mr. Clark made places and the city has not funds to

the following stinging comment on put them in first class shape. How-
this Congress: "This Congress has ever, we have hopes of improvement
spent a great deal of time talking not very far in the future. We don't
about economy and retrenchment, but sec any reason for any man who lives

thus far not a single definite step has in our town to be discouraged with it. gjpgy q Labor Statistics SHOW

MANY FAMILIES

ARE UNDERFED

MORE SINFUL IN SUMMER

Morality Varies With the Thermom Thermometer,
eter, Thermometer, According to Head of
London Police.

sary and leechlike governmental appendages."

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

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SUBSCRIPTION RATES

In the last few months we have
heard a good many people severely
criticise the present boaid of county
commissioners. We have not heard
anyone accuse them of dishonesty,
but many have bewailed their extrav extravagance.
agance. extravagance. Now, we have been in this

county for twenty-seven years, we
have seen commissioners come and
commissioners go, and we don't be believe
lieve believe we have seen any better board
than we have at present. Every man
on it is a good citizen, a good busi-

: ness man ana mgniy respected oy

nearly all who know him. They re receive
ceive receive each $400 a year or less. At
the beginning of every month, they
leave their business and meet in Ocala
for two or three days, and it is seldom
a month passes without an extra ses session.
sion. session. There is at least one month
when they remain in session several

.days, acting as a board of equal iza-
Chip in on the King's Daughters I tion. This year, they have been al al-fund
fund al-fund to help the needy. The King's jmost continuously in session for
Daughters are the real goods. weeks at a time. They have also put
in several days inspecting roads. The
The four northern districts of La- money they have drawn from the
fayette county have formed a special j county treasury has not paid their ex-
fad district and bonded for $400,000. ( penses, let alone for the time they
Setting us an example. ihave taken from their private affairs.
I Their so-called extravagance results

Reports that there is much employ-! from their trying to meet the needs

Doateatle
One year, in advance fi.OO
Six months, in advance 3.00
rhree months, in advance 1.&0
ne month, in advance SO
Forelsra
ne year, in advance ft.00
Six months, in advance 4.16
Three months, in advance 2. 25
One month, in advance 10

mt-nt at good wages tor ex-service
men on reconstruction work in France
iv erroneous. France needs all such
work for its own men.

of the people of a very large county

with a very moderate sized revenue.
Every commissioner tries to do the
best he can for the county and his own
district, and there is not money

At the recent meeting of the Mar- enough to go around. Marion county,

ion Medical Society, the following of- aj far back as we can remember, has

ficers were elected: H. F. Watt, pres-ihad pretty fair boards of commission commission-itient;
itient; commission-itient; R. D. Ferguson, vice president; j ers. But we can remember on them
J. Harry Walters, secretary and i some .butt-heads, some grafters and
treasurer. isome drunkards. There are none such

A rather unusual thing for a school
to do will be done when the Sewanee
Military Academy, Sewanee, Tenn.,
moves to another state to finish its
school term. The main barracks of
this school were burned last month,
and instead of trying to find accom accommodations
modations accommodations for the students near the
academy, or suspending until new
quarters were built the managers of
the school decided to move for the
remainder of the school year to our
neighboring city of Palatka. The
solid old Putnam House will be taken

for the accommodation of the students.

and we know the boys will have a
gcod time in the Gem City of Florida.
Charles Cullen, one of our best Ocala
boys, is a student of this school and is
nuch pleased at the prospect of
spending the remainder of the winter
near home. The school will open Jan.
3rd.

50 Per Cent Don't Eat
Enough.

STUDY THE FAMILY BUDGETS

Gather Considerable Data Shewing
Relationship Between the Budget
and the Health of the Family
Half Are Well Nourished.
Washington. The bureau of labor
statistics of the United States depart department
ment department of labor, in its country-wide in investigation
vestigation investigation of the cost of living in

London. "Women are proving much
more suitable for certain kind of
police work than men." is the verdict
of General Sir Neville Macready, com commissioner
missioner commissioner of police, after several
months trial of policewomen.
"The idea of women police was con conceived
ceived conceived about a year ago,' ne added.
"We decided to experiment. The
women had the three months' training
and when sent out were quite as effi efficient
cient efficient as the ordinary male policeman.
"The girls and women who came
to them in the streets when in trouble
would undoubtedly be too shy to ap approach
proach approach an ordinary constable."
Asked if the use of policewomen had
decreased immorality, the commis commissioner
sioner commissioner replied :
"Immorality varies with the thermom thermometer.
eter. thermometer. The evil is generally more prev-

1918-1919, secured itemized budgets alent in the summer than in the win win-from
from win-from approximately 13.000 families. ter and I do not think the women have
Special intensive studies of each of had a fair experiment yet.
the major items of expense in the fam- "However, I am now arranging for
ily budget have been, or are being j our winter campaign, and we are con con-made.
made. con-made. Considerable data showing the sidering establishing hotels where girls
mm mm m a I m. a ,1.. ; .

You hear less, not only at Christ- relationship between tne ramny duo- may oe ireaieu. wur eurr

mas time, but all the vear. of what" ret and the health ot tne iamny are; ments repon uiui Kins ime vmmm

thp varimi. Pratem! nrnWs. Masons, already available. through homes ami infirmaries. -many

Odd Fellows. Knights of Pythias, Detailed dietary analysis of the food of them being between fifteen and

Woodmen and Elks, are doing for
needy humanity than any other help helpful
ful helpful ao-encies. But thev are forever at

work. Seldom does a lodge meet but purchase less than 2,500 calories ot
that its strong hand is reached out food per man per day ; 49 per cent of

to help a brother who is finding the
battle of life going against him, but
with afd and encouragement resumes
the fight again.

of 983 families, selected at random i nineteen years old. some of the old

from 11 representative cities, indicates army huts may be used for this pur-

that 212 per cent of these families

pose.

on this board. They have made them-

The members of our city council, '. selves unpopular with some by raising-

including the one newly elected, seem tax assessments, but this was a
very well satisfied with their prospec- j necessary step and one that will re re-tive
tive re-tive mayor, and are looking forward suit in much future good to the coun coun-to
to coun-to two years harmonious and pro-1 ty. We think that if the people care care-gressive
gressive care-gressive work with him. fully size them up and do them jus-
! tice they will admit they are about
What are we going to do about that as good a board of commissioners as

victrola for the primary school ? The any county has, and much better than
children leave school in a few days a good many.
"or their Christmas holiday. Wouldn't
it be a fine surprise for them to find It has been so long since we have
a victrola when they return to their had any trouble about our light anc.
studies ? water plant that we are beginning to
! forget we ever had any. This is ow ow-Tomorrow
Tomorrow ow-Tomorrow is the day set by certain ng to the careful and constant work
prophets, astronomers, etc., for the of Manager Martin and Engineer Mc Mc-world
world Mc-world to come to an end. Our busi Kenzie, who are always faithfully anc
ness manager, who has to hustle all skillfully on the job, and the wise ac
the time to meet the Saturday pay-; tcn of the council in adopting oil for

roll, says he doesn't care a darn if j fuel. The plant is doing good work

Those stories which Joe Earman
writes regarding his Christmas cam campaign
paign campaign for his Palm Beach Post are
not only good reading, even for those

unacquainted with the people men

YANK KITCHENS DELIGHT RUSS

these families less than 3,000 calories,

and 74.5 per cent less than 3,500
calories.
Allowing for considerable variation
from the recognized standard of 3,500
calories purchased per man per day,
these figures point to the" fact that ap approximately
proximately approximately 20 per cent of the fam families
ilies families are purchasing food entirely In Insufficient
sufficient Insufficient for the maintenance of

tioned, but mighty good advertising j ltii, 80 Pr are ne del were brought here from France and

for his town and section. Joe has ; un between sumciem aim iumucui presented to lienerai Kootepon oy tne

American Red Cross as part of its

Thirty-Six of Field Variety Used in
France Given to Army of
Gen. Kootepoff.
KharkoT. South Russia. Thlrty-slx
American field kitchens of the type
used by the American expeditionary
force in France have been delivered to

the army of General Kootepoff. They

originality. In all our newspaper ex-1 nourishment, and 50 per cent are in

perience we never saw anything like "i proDaouuies wen nuunsacu.
what he is dome in this Christmas I A study of the total yearly income In

campaign.

welfare work among his troops.

The kitchens are of light construc-

L.IFF.

FIRE

A. E. GERIG
INSURANCE
Ocala, Florida

ACCIDENT AUTOMOBILE

relation to the food budget also bears I tion and are easily transported on the
out these conclusions, 44.6 per cent of i winter roads. Each has a capacity of
the total number of white families in- 200 quarts of tea an hour, and 100
eluded in the Investigation were re-1 quarts of cabbage soup. As the Rus
ceiving annual Incomes of $1,500 or j sion infantryman lives upon tea, fread
more, and were probably getting an and soup, they have been received
adequate and reasonably balanced with enthusiasm. They are the only
diet, 22.7 per cent of the families were j portable kitchens In south central Rus Rus-recelving
recelving Rus-recelving annual Incomes of less than j sin.
$1,200, which is wholly Inadequate to!
permit of the purchase of sufficient! iLLipu RHINE TRADE VAST
food for a family of average size, leav-

Me

the old thing does wind itself up.
We notice in the Congressional Re Record
cord Record a very spirited speech delivered
in the House by Frank Clark, the rep representative
resentative representative of this the Second Florida
district. Mr. Clark made an attack
on the wastefulness of the housing
bureau, a war organization, which is

and making money. Mr. Martin is
confident that he can soon put another
unit in the plant to meet the constant constantly
ly constantly increasing demands for current
This he believes the city can do with without
out without issuing any bonds or borrowing

money, but just as any business firm

iver ik MaeKai

UNDERTAKERS and EMBAIMERS
PHONES 47. 104. US
Or A LA, FLORIDA

ing 82.7 per cent of the families In the

Income group of $1,200 to $1,500, where
the food necessary for an average fam family
ily family would be subject to serious curtail curtailment.
ment. curtailment. Deficient in Milk, Eggs, Fruit.

A sufficient number of calories, how-

V. K. Lane, M. D., Physician anc

Surgeon, specialist Eye. Ear, Nose and

would order and put in new and need- j Throat. Law Library Building, Ocala,

vu r;tuiiuuut. mc tu v 10 1x1 xau f iuj iua. ui

Ther Gcxemsbeat:

jpmce war

a useful offle

A Few Suggestions
For Useful

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

Leather Hand Bas, Suit Cases, Poi tfedos, Trunks

J P Holiday G iffs!

Berlin Writer Wonders Why Cologne
Cathedral Hasn't Been
Sold, Too.

Dusseldorf. It is a wonder that tht
Cologne cathedral has not beofi sold
in th rhnnnpls of Illicit trade, snr-

ever, does not necessarily mean a well-1 casticaiiy remarks a writer in the Ber Ber-balanced
balanced Ber-balanced ration. Many of the diet-, lin zeitung am Mittag. who has just
aries In which 3,500 calories were pur-1 made a trip throuph the occupied dis dis-chased,
chased, dis-chased, were seriously deficient In tricts and asserts he has seen at first
milk, eggs, green vegetables and fruit. nand the smUggiing and tax evasion
From a cursory examination of the tnat go on dally,
clothing expenditures reported In thlsj He estimates that every train into
investigation. It was estimated that a j Germany from Frankfort and other
yearly average of $90 per adult male j Rhlneland cities carries several hun hun-would
would hun-would probably result. Further study 1 dred thousand marks worth of untaxed
has shown that this estimate was too : goods, ranging from tobacco and choc-

liberal. During the last two years oiate to automobile tires.

clothing purchases have been cut.
A careful study of the clothing bud budgets
gets budgets of 641 families having children
under fifteen years of age, and living
in Northern cities, shows an average
yearly expenditure of $68.33 for the
clothing of the husband and $56.76 for

Vr:: In 1 Loudon.The bishop of Chelmsford

y -SJ TZJaZ TrtTl has barred money raised from "whlsl

BISHOP BARS DANCE MONEY

British Church Declines MContaml
nated" Contributions for Its
Extension Fund.

drives and dances" from a fund of
j $1,250,000 which the people of Essex
I are trying to collect for church exten
! sion. Writing to his people concern concern-I
I concern-I ing these amusements, the bishop de
dared : "Both may be legitimate forms
! of recreation, but they are not meth methods
ods methods of the church for raising money.
; I have never heard of either being
i opened or closed with prayer."

hunting Goats, Leggings, Bcxts, Belts and Gun Cases
Flash Lights, Rol'er Skate i, Fishing Taekie and
Sio Gi R f't ; oiid Revolv

.r te j Suitable ft; do ilay Gifts

Headpn I ers icr
Sporting Goods

FULL LINE OF GENTS' fVKNlS iilJiG tGOODS

shows $75.59 for the husband and $62.08

for the wife. While the clothes pur purchased
chased purchased for these sums may be suffi sufficient
cient sufficient to keep the wearer warm, It is
certain that decency and health can cannot
not cannot be maintained on such a small out outlay
lay outlay for clothing.
Judged by the standard that over overcrowding
crowding overcrowding begins when there is more
than one person per room, a consider considerable
able considerable proportion of the families includ

ed in this investigation must be Four kinds of apples, 30 to 80 cents
classed as overcrowded. A study haa pfii dozen, at W. A. Stroud's. 15-tf
been made of 2,455 families living inj
rented houses in 24 different cities. A few of those games left. Better
Fifty per cent of these had less than come m an(j get yours. Gerigis Drug
one room per person, 17 per cent had Store. 12-tf
less than 0,7 of a room per person,
and 8 per cent less than 0.5 of a room Jf w JEWELRY you want for
per person, very little inrormatioD hr,;d ay presentg
come in and see mv
was gathered which will give conclu- lire jE Allemand 12.tf
slons as to housing conditions from a
sanitary standpoint. In New Orleans,
however, 81 per cent of the 147 white

families Included In the Investigation
lived In houses without bath rooms.
Miscellaneous items which include
expenditures for care of health, educa education,
tion, education, amusements. Insurance premiums
and numerous other items of a miscel miscellaneous
laneous miscellaneous nature, comprise from 17 to 24
per cent of the family budget, the
amount increasing uniformly with in increase
crease increase in income.
Details From Thirty Cities.
Detailed data on miscellaneous ex expenses
penses expenses for 30 representative cities

! have been compiled. In these various
! cities the yearly expenditure per fam family
ily family for health, which includes doctor,
dentist, hospital, oculist, medicines,
ranged from an averse of $31.27 to
$92.77, the mean being approximately
$58.

The corresponding figure on amuse amusements,
ments, amusements, which includes movies, plays,
concerts, excursions, vacations, ranged
from an average of S9.95 to $35.59 per
year per family, with a mean of be between
tween between $17 and $18.
The average yearly expenditure per
family for education and uplift, which
includes newspapers, magazines, books,
school tuition, music, ranged from
$8.87 to $27.57, the mean being ap approximately
proximately approximately $17.

Christmas Suggestions

Cameo Brooches, Laval iieres ':
and Rings
In splendid variety. From $5 ;u $45
Ladies' Wrist Watches
In various sizes. From $23 to (60
Birth Stone Rings
For every one. From $1 to $35
Stick Pius, Cuff Links and
Goid 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 n"m-ous to mention here. Come
and look my stock o er whether you intend buying or nt ;.
H.U.Nt; 4i4.
J. CH RLES SMITH
West of Courthouse
Ocala Florida

I

I

GO TO
B. GOLDMAN'S
FOR
Coffins and Caskets,
Furniture; Etc.
Day Phone 253 Night Phones 511 and 3 )5
L HURST, MANAGER
Magnolia Street, 02lf 7 1q
.-.posit e Court House. lvdlfl 1 .id
YOUR CREOIT IS GOOD. "WHY PAY MOl !E"

SAVE MONEY ON MEAT!
We always handle the best fresh meat It be
had and our prices are always the low t.
Round Steak 25c IBest Pork Chops :j0c.
Loin Steak 30c. iork Sausage 25c
Stew Meat 15c.
Groceries, Fruit, Vegetables, Etc.
NEW YORK MEAT MARKET
I KEE DELIVERY WEST BROADWAY PHON: 110

J. H. Spencer

W; R. Pedri k

!

THE OCALA GAS ENGINE WORKS
Local Agents for the Old Reliable

BUICK AUTOMO

Am ounces that the are now 11 dlii;g Stot ge B; tverits and
maintain a fuH equiped service station for rertarghig batteries.
Complete li. e ol GOODYEAR aix UNITED STATES Tires and
Tu tea. All lands of Automobile Aic ones, and a full line of
parts for tbe BUICK.

BILE

The Book Shop is fortunate in hav hav-in
in hav-in gthe !est line of Christmas good-,
it has ever carried. AH the late ship shipments
ments shipments are row in and the stock is
complete. Many rf these goods were
bought before the advance in price.;
and our customer.-: wiU be given the
benefit of these prices. Our line of
bocks is lare and we can supply a! a!-mo.vt
mo.vt a!-mo.vt any book desired. Our toy store
his a corr.olete stock of dolls, toys and
games. THE BOOK SHOP. 15-3t

Br.nanas, 40 to 61 cents a dozen at

GASOLINE

OIIS

A cetylene Welding Our Specialty

OCALA GAS ENGINE WORKS
SPLXCFR & PEDRICK, Proprietors.
44 When Better Automobile Are Bult buick Will Build Them

Ocklaw&lia Avenue and Osceola St.

Ocala, Florl la



OCALA EVENING itiAft. TUESDAY. DEC23lbOt 1$. 1919

M I 3 IW1

I J t -1" ri r I J I V -vnt to hJi- a--ai:i. it vvi
VliuLllULt lci everyday fj iJ an banc
.s tis dors or.:-i.

her will

ill be well

and as soon :

I

TEMPLE ATTK ACTIONS

FOR DECEMBER!

Bennett in

FRUITS,
NUTS,
CIGARS,
TOBACCO,
SOFT DRINKS

HOME MADE CANDY.

!
i

pi:;

you

' e
JiC.

society

item.

A'

CLE

i

B WILL GIVE A DANCE

Wednesday, 17: Enid

'Furs ard Feathers."
j Thursday, 18: George Walsh
'The Winning Stroke."

in

HEALTH IS III

THE BLOOD

M;s

ir.z -urs.
v.-l. dr, of

Mills'

irv lie.

-

- The ycunj lades of the "A" clubj Friday, 10: Billy Barke in "The
Mii:s baby are visit- arc planning u dance wivch they ex-t Make-Believe Wife,"

Irs. L. K.

Mr. Edvrd DiaV.c

cikI

1
j
!
!

,;bc-v:y yj-.U'riuy,

;dt with Ji;e family.

:fc.j hoi id

1 0I3 Drug I tore.

-c-c:- ;;fci.-- to jfive.at tne Country Club on

:he f-venin of January 2nd, 1020. In In-i
i In-i vitntions to this affrar have not yet
etumcd to Mul-jhtcn issued, bat it premises to be one

fee 7 spending a few

freni-int -;nec. c r.ie.-is and films

2-tf

A. ST

22 Magnolia Street.

W

TK V7

Ocala, Fia

; relatives.

'ci the jV.licst of the entertainments
j that are to be given during the holi-jd.-ys.
Tie young ladies will introduce-
leap year to the young men of
Itho city, ar.d of couse, ther is a great
Ideal of interest being manifested.
jEr.ch ;.tar the "A" club members give
some kind of tntertainment which is

Mrs. Daish Icavs this afternoon

foi St. Pctei-sbuijr. where she will ', dvays most enjoyable, but this one
si't nd the Christmas holidays witrt will hi the ciimax of them all.

Strengthens the Blr4 and Yon

Strengthen the Body
The body Hvps on the fpod brought

If the body is

Saturday, 20: Madge Kennedy ir.j
Leave It to Susan." I

j 00 r t carrying disease germs it cannot car-
Tuesday. 23: "Bringing up Father." ryr the mus,ies.

"The Lost Princess."

m;to it by the blood

1

Mrs. N. C. Johnston of Ataszadero,
Ca'if., has arrived in the city for an j
ex.ended visit with her sister, Mrs.
K. C. Lovendge.

Keg Malaga Grapes 40
pound at W. A. Stroud's.

cents the j
15-tf I

r ; Mrs. Robert Markley and Miss Sue

' Baico, of Clearwater, who have been'
hin Atlanta for the past month, willjFCRDS FOR

? arrive in the city today for a
I with Mrs. J. E. Chace.

UNCLASSIFIED
ADVERTISEMENTS
VANTiD. LOST, FOUND. FOU
SALE, FOB RENT AND SIM SIMILAR
ILAR SIMILAR LOCAL NEEDS

Thursday, 23: Margacrite Clark in
"Girls."
Friday, 2G: Louis Bennison in
"Speedy Meade."
Saturday, 27: All Star Cast in "The

House of Intrigue."

Monday, 29: Cobuin's Minstrels.
Tuesday, 30: Alice Brady in "The
Whirlpool."
Wednesday, 31: William Russell in
"Sacred Silence."

An elejrant line of Ladiei

SALE We have six

visit i Ford cars for sale. Four touring, one

Aoadbteiand one little truck. Max Max-t
t Max-t veli-Chalmers Agency, Ocala. lG-3t

Hanker

NOTICE

Ai kis and Camisoles for Christmas;
giltF at the Style Hat Shop. ll-3t j
Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Davies will
k: ve next Monday for Jacksonville to!

; spend the Christmas holidays with :

Mr. Davies brother and sister-in-law.

Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Davies.

Lurii A small brindle cat. White,
g:ay, black and yellow predominat predominating.
ing. predominating. Finder please phone 21. 15-3t

t.

We 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 and
you will solve many a gift problem at this store

A complete line of Volland's Christ-

;mas cards at THE BOOK SHOP. 3t

c2

in r

k 1 irf

t

Mr. and Mrs. George R. Bond have
as their guest during the Christmas
holidays, Miss Bessie Allender, an at attractive
tractive attractive young lady from Kensington,
Maryland.

FOR SALE Two plug mules, at a
oargain. Phone 492, or write Box 445,
Ocala, Fla. 12-2 tf
FURNITURE, ETC. i buy and e'l
second hand furniture. Experts put it
m good condition before re-sellhur.

Repair sewing machines, lawn mow mow-trs.
trs. mow-trs. enamelware, etc. J. W. Hunter,
old, 312, 314 South Main St. 23-tf

nerves and bones.
Dr. Williarr.3 101 Tonic is made up
of Quinine, Iro nand Magnesia, cor correctly
rectly correctly proportioned. The quinine kills
all disease germs in the blood, the
magnesia removes all accumulated
poisons by gently acting on liver and
bowels, and Ihe iron fills up the blood
with rich, red. strength giving cor corpuscles,
puscles, corpuscles, which are food for tired and
weak bodies.
"Flu," Malaria, Fever. Colds, La La-Grippe
Grippe La-Grippe and Chills are all effectively
treated by Dr. Williams 101 Tonic.

j During the "Flu" epidemic last win-

, 7" . ter the sales of 101 Tonic increased
Due to the general advance in price ; over 500 D
of all commodities the members of the 0- K r
Marion County Medical Society at 2o- a nd o0c: botteR for le. at yur
their regular monthly meeting held ; dS store. Accept no substitutes.
Dec. 11, 1919, decided it was necessary Adv. 4
to make an advance in their fees, the
present fees having been in effect forj ft SlCDUflllO VrlRH&l?

a great many years. This action has! llLlIUUO tlULUiV
been contemplated for some time, and: 1

cussion. Physicians' fees have advanc- j From Three Years Suffering. Sayi
u&-3Eo.'& Cardd MadsIItr WelL
adopt a new tee bin. The new sched-i Texa3 city Tex.-ln an Interesting

1920, as followi:

Day visits in the city. S3.

Night visits in the city, $5.

A SURE WAY TO SA ON TIRES
Let us vulcanize all of your old used
tires which can possibly be saved in
Jiis 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.

PPONE 7S
Oklawaha Ave

Ocala. Fla.

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

Wniin Phnno 14K fnr nil Ipnchthn

For quick sale Seaboard restaurant, oak or pine wood; thoroughly season-

fixtures and supplies. 600. Cash. Ap

ply at Seaboard Restaurant. 12-19

Mr. J. L. Smith, of the firm of Pil Pil-lans
lans Pil-lans & Smith, has purchased the C.

:E- Morris place, on South Fourth
street, west of Dr. W. K. Lane's resi residence,
dence, residence, and moved into same yesterday.

ed. Special price on quantity orders.

Put in your winter supply now.

Smoak's Wood Yard. 15-tf

OR SALE (Wood Cut to Order.)

Reduce the high cost of keeping com

fortable this winter by buying youi

wood cut ready to burn direct from
the producer, thereby saving the

piofits of ihe city vooci yard. Orders

rye. rape and oats. At Ocala : ged anywhere in ww city. Phone
j.tf 1 3: M. C. I. H well, Ocala. 4-m

; statement, Mrs. G. H. Schill, of this town,
J says: "For three years I suffered untold
! agony with my head. I was unable to

A nignt visit shall be considered as do anv of mv work.

wuc Hjoue owwwn t p. m. ana i a. m. ; j :ust wanted t0 5 aU the tin
for visite which necessitate driving' J 7.
outside th city limits, $1 per mile go-! that only 1 covld Set

ging shall be added to the regular fee
for the visit.

Telephone consultations, $1 to $2.
Marion County Medical Society.
d!y-tu-fri
FLORIDA'S FAVORITE PAPER

time, for

when

I was asleep. I became a nervous wreck

just from the awful suffering with my
head.
I was so nervous that the least noise
would make me jump out of my bed. I
had no energy, and was imbls to do
anything. My son, a young boy, had to
do all my household duties.
I was not able to do anything until I
took Cardui. I took three bottles in all,
and it surely cared me of those awful
headaches. That has been three years

The be?t wmtei

ture is

Seed Store

no? and cow pas

. 1

FOR SALE Nice
Of 1 ,,? -olf ... f:'

arrived Saturday to spend rime' street, Ocala, Fla.
h Mrs. Kelly s parents, Mr.

mill: cow with

- 5-tf

llllllltlUKtttli

Mrs. J. L. Kelly Jr. and son

Ga;nesvillc

a week with

anrl Mrs. J. F.. Mcorhead. Mrs. Kelly b OR SALij One cow fiesh; one
:an J4 son w 11 return to their home tho ood work hore cheap. Apply to J.

, las:; of the week, but expects to be in;C. Howell. 12-10-ot

.Ocla again for Christmas.

STEAM CLEANING
PRESSING

FOR RENT r ive room house, No.

704 South ih id street. Possession

iry 1st, 1J20. Apply to Dr. J.

W. Hood. ll-6t

-Mi.-'s EIo-:? j Henry durhifr the Christ-, lOKm vCi-m- Pr.

mss holid.-.y5. Mis- WiAeip has on nM.

:i Miss Kj.therine Wllheip of W'ash-!'
inrton, Gf ., will arrive in the city ir. .'iPnu'

.ith near x'uture o be the guest cf

The Tampa Morning Tribune is
everlastingly fighting for the interests
of the people and the development of
this section and no one who has the
welfare of South Florida at heart can

afford not to be a constant reader of bjto. and I knnw the cure nermannf.

the Tribune. It is Florida's great 1 f or I have never had any headache since
metropolitan paper, carrying the full : hr.,!

night and day report cf the Associat-j Nothing relieved me until 1 took Cardui.
ed Press with intelligent correspond--

ents in every nook and corner in its j w? xfor rac' M
territory. Its big Sunday edition has Cdm oryc llesmade
the most complete comic and maga-! kcm medicinal ingredients recommended
zine section printed in this state, andl ln medical books as being of benefit In
the subscription rates ire only $8 per! female troubles, and 40 years of use has
annum; ?4 per six months and $2 for proven that the books are right Begin
three months. Write lor sample copy! taking Cardui today. NC-134

and subscribe today. 16-tf
FANCY WORK SALE

ELECTRIC TOASTERS
PORTABLE ELECTRIC LAMPS
AUTOMOBILE BULBS
FLASH LIGHTS
ELECTRIC RADIATORS

AUTOMOBILE BULBS

AND

I

. so: ova! tf .isir.r.s vi?.: Mi?s Henrv i

! 1 ... .e .i j-i 1 i ran.

aiv looKir.f lorwaru to nsr return. ivv.MhU rtitcmm size iron

1

Ocala, i la.

11-Ct

DYEING

:!

: OCALA STEAM LAUNDRY

-:- -:-' .' PHONE 101 -:- -:-

iin wab'h charm or pin with

hit lodge uiiMerr vill be a most ap ap-pif.siaied
pif.siaied ap-pif.siaied Chiistr.ias prenl for him.
: i ther.-. J. ARemand, Har-
rh;jtoa Hill hottl block. 12-tf

Mrs.

Lcerett Futch and son. Sim

-1 Mtivci tit i i Iz-rttT f nia f

W. W. Ccndon, Ocala, Fla,

safe.
ll-6t

WANTED Saleslady experienced in
haadims indies' ready-to-wear goods.
Permanent position. Apxly to B.
Goldman, Oca:a, rla. ll-6t

The guilds of v Grace Episcopal
:hurch will hold a sale of aprons and
.arcy work articles at the Affleck
Millinery Parlors Wednesday, Dec. 17,
at 10:30 m. 15-2t

For co!d3, take Nyals Laxacold
Tablets, 25c. Anti-Monopoly Drug
SI ere. 2-tf

Cranberries, 15 cents rer pound, at
W. A. Stroud's. 16-tf

NEEDHAPil BROTHERS
Plumbing and Electrical
Work and Supplies
PHONE 193
Opposite Harrington Hall Hotel

v

Just received, a big shipment of:
Parisian Ivory goods in manicure sets, I
combs, brushes, mirrors, etc. Anti- J

Monopoly Dru

2-tf

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.

m ns, anci nurs-e

eri;oon fo St. Pc

jw.ti sper.G

the h

FOR RENT Furnished room with
all modern conveniences; outside en-

i i unlive x it Jii. J i w aiw. av,
-e rsouvrr. where they r H b u nt.
yl'uays as guests cf

SMi
i

Fulchs

Service and Qaaiity

.. r-

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

brother and father-in-1 FOR SALE Typewriter in first class

CANTALOUPES
WATERMELONS

BEANS
CUCUMBERS
SEEP

FIELD CORN
EARLY CORN

STORE

Ocala

Florida

lav, Dr. Hugh L. Futch and Mr. W. D. j condition. Price very reasonable. Will
Fetch. Mr. Level utt Futch will join 1 wfei for cash or on weekly payments.!

his wne a:d son for Christmas. j Apply "G." care Star office. 10-Ct
. Mrs. Quair.tance rnd father. Dr. WANTED At once, 10,000 bushels
F. Yocum, leave this afternoon for j of peanuts, any variety. We also want
Jacksonville, wheie Dr. Yocum will your furs, hides, cotton, etc Ocala
ccnsult a specialist. Mrs. Quaintance j Exchange & Eide Co., Carmichael
wiU go on to her home in Washing- j building, Ocala, Jla. v jft-tf

i t. v, rT IT i W ANTED Infant clcthing of any s

, j -nii ji. (description. No matter how small tne
departure, and will look forward to . ... . T ,TO

ti-- 4t &v Will Uw WWUt t w

your offering at Mrs. Blackburn's res-

laence on Oklawaha avenue. Mrs.- C
L. Bittinger, president King's Daugh Daughters.
ters. Daughters. 9-tf

another visit from her next year.
We buy all kinds of furs. Ocal&
Exchange and Hide Co. 6-lm

FOR SALE All kinds of farm ma machinery;
chinery; machinery; plows, disc harrows, culti-

Also five head

Mr. Jack Ellison, representative of
the Mangels-Kirby Co. of Jackson-

viiie, sutiv uibLiiuuuura lur Viiaiinura vators. SWCens. etc.

and Maxwell automobiles and trucks, jOI mules, three head of horses and
is spending the week in Ocala withjthiity head of hogs. All bargains.

.tne sales lorce ot the Carroll Motors) Come see them. Kirby Stock Farms
;Co., agent in this part of the state for; Co.. 1 miles out on Silver Springs

these cars.

X3MP3L

TI IE ATE

ONE NIGHT ONLY

DEC.

4 -- --- -r i t--f'-yi-ff

The Big Iusical Event of all Times.
Nothing Better and the Fun Show of
the World. See Jiggs Alive and in
Society. Then Try to Stop Laughing.
It Can't be Done. Forty People and
all Our Own Music.

read.

4-12t

A number of Ocala's automobile FOR SALE Residence with 5 rooms

men will go to Orlando the last of and bath, large porches; corner oi

the week to attend a meeting for tha Franklin and Clark streets; also

organization of the Florida Atuomo-f lai ge barn. Will sell for cash or on

V.r rpnlpr Ascniation Tht .TnHr- terms. Call t)hone lZ-2-im

m-r V W W -r I A

sorville delegation will charter a pri

vate car to Orlando, so great is their
enthusiasm over the organization,
ana will also have a band accompany
them to Orlando.

RAILROAD SCHEDULES

mrmm

Four kinds of apples, 30 to 80 cents
per dozen, at W. A. Stroud's. 15-tf
That fine new Studebaker car that
we mentioned in yesterday's paper as
belonging to Dr. Peek is a Christmas
present from the doctor to his wife,

and Mrs. Peek is the owner of the car. ( tee Td

lier hrst outing in it was yesterday j (Eastern Standard Time)

when, accompanied by Mrs. rl. C.

Dozier, Mrs. E. L. Carney and Mrs.
W. A. W-Ids. Mrs. Peek motored tc

I OR 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

We Are Offering

A Splendid Selection of

JEWEL

For Holiday Presents

Arrival nnH TVrtartnre of oasseneer

trains at OCALA UNION STATION
The following schedule figures pub

lished as information and not guar

SEABOARD AIR LINE RAILROAD

PLAIN AND SET RINGS, WATCHES,
BROOCHES, NECKLACES,
LAVELIERS, WATCH BRACELTS, PINS,
FRENCH IVORY TOILET, MANICURE,
COMB AND BRUSH AND MILITARY SETS;

L?ave

Kndrick, Reddick, Orange Lake and : 2:15 am
Mcintosh in the interest of selling 'Pm

Red Cross Christmas
were very successful in
those seals.

the sale cf

Trices: 50c, 75c, $1 and $1.50. Tickets on sale Thursday at the Court
pharmacy. The prices are so low andthe show so good, that you will have
tP get your seats arly. if you want choice ones. This is a guaranteed at attraction
traction attraction and one you must not miss. Bring the kiddies to see Jiggs alive.
He "will bring joy to their little hearas. This is the one big show of the

If you vant Candy, and want really

2:15 am
2:15 am

1:50 pm

Jacksonville-N'York
Jacksonville
Jacksonville
Manatee Manatee-St.
St. Manatee-St. Petersburg

Tampa-Manatee

Arrive!
2:10 am j
1:30 pmi

4:25 pm:

2:15 am

3:&5 pm j

1:35 pm!

gcod candy, come rnd see our lines 14:25 pm Tampa-St. P'tersbrg 4:05 praj

Nrnnally's, "The CWy of the South," ATLAMIC LOASi USE r AILKUAii

!Gi!th's, "Made in Ealtirr.ore," and Lig-

gett's, "Made in Boston." Boxes large

and small. Gerip's Drug tSore. V.

Leave

Arrive

season.

Tcq Star is sn advertising medium thrtl which you can reach Ocala people

2:12pm Jacksonville-NTcrk 3:15 ami
2-" i 1:15 pin J ksonville-Ga'nsville 3:25 pmi

Gr42am J'ksonville-G'nesvde 10:13 pm

Mrs. M-.rv Harris Armour. LLuD..'3:lS am St.Petbrg-Lakeland 2:12 am

of Georeia, one of the greatest -.3:35 pm St.Pet'sbrg-Lakeland 1:25pm;
w. man orators this countrv ever pro, I:?9acl P?n f110?"1,1 cfn M
dreed, will be at the Methodist church 5 Du !lnd 1?Z
- xt.' xv s m t m 3:2i pin Jiomosassa l:oQpm!
ir 13 :on tho ever.Jn? of Jan. 7, lc.iSpm Leecburg 6:42Sm

1P20. She comes under the auspices

of the W.C. T. U. of this state, and
as she has visited Ccala several

pm

4:45 nm Gainesville 11:50 am
Monday, Wednesday, Friday.
Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday.

RINGS,

PINS, CUFF BUTTONS,
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.

South Side of Harrington Hall Block

Ocala

RY

etc. Qnj

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ALLEMAND

Florida



OCALA EVENING STAR, TUESDAY, DECEMBER 16, 1919

! WE
1 1
---3

3

luItMiMiMMtfWt tin

weli cast mm

It makes no difference how badly it is broken, we m

I can weld.it as good as new at a very small cost. j

We Also Weld Automobile Frames, Cop- j
per, Brass, Aluminum and SteeL
NO JOB TOO LARGE FOR US TO HANDLE g
AUTOGENOUS WELDING & ELECTRIC CO. j
H. L. WIKLE, Manager. Cor. Oklawaha Ave. & Orange St. g

LATEST LOCALS
Good hog-killing weather. Temper Temperature,
ature, Temperature, yesterday morning, 35; this
morning, 34. Not much damage to
vegetation.

son of Reddick were Christmas shop

pers in the city today. Mrs. Richards

is from Ohio, but is spending some
time with friends at Reddick.

Morning hours are best to shop at

THE BOOK SHOP. 16-3t

BOARD Or PUBLIC INSTRUCTION

(Continued from First Page)

Aur toy store has received many We have an excellent line of Per

new goods which were delayed in fumes and Toilet Waters which will

ransit. THE BOOK SHOP. 15-Gt hnake nice m-esents. and ask vour in

sDection. Gerie's Druz Store. 12-tf

Airs. T. C. Connell ol JJaiias was a

Christmas shopper in the city yester
day.

XMAS SPECIALTIES

Mirrors, Combs and
Toilet Accesories-

Parisian Ivory

Stationery Special value in $2.00 Boxes

Candies

Parfnmac and Perfumizers
F CI ltllllCo Domestic and Imported

Cigars

Elmers
"Goodness Knows They're Good

The kind he likes
to smoke

Silk lamp shades. The Book Shop.

his friends, will not serve the Ocala

Methodists next year. He goes to

Biadentown and his place here will be

taken bv Rev. C. W. White, who has

Mrs. E. Stephens and Mrs. Wm. been stationed at Sanford. Rev. W.

Miller of Eastlake were in the city p. Bumham will be presiding elder.

yesterday shopping. The next conference will meet in Tal

lahassee.

Bananas. 40 to 60 cents a dozen at

W. A. Stroud's. 15-tf

water is secured.
The monthly reports of the depos depositaries
itaries depositaries were preesnted and checked
over and found to be apparently cor correct.
rect. correct. James Smith, colored attendance
'officer for the Ocala district, called
and went over the situation with the
hnar.L It was acrf-pd tn nav Viim $30

Rev. Smith Hardin, to the regret of jfor the work aiready done and pay at

Mr. and Mrs. F. H. Meffert of Low

ell were in town yesterday.

Grapefruit, 50c. to 1 the dozen at

W. A. Stroud's. 15-tf

All of 'the best titles in popular

cot vrisrhts at 75c.: 500 titles to select

Bring or ship your furs to the Ocala from. Get our book lists. THE BOOK

Exchange & Hide Co. 6-lm SHOP. 16-3t

the rate of 30 cents an hour hereaft

sr for time necessarily used in the

vork.

The matter of the selection of de

positaries ior the year 1520 was now

taken up and applications were pre

scnted from the Ocala National Bank

and the Munroe & Chambliss National

Bank of Ocala and the First State

Bank of Mcintosh for the funds of

the Fairfield and Mcintosh districts
and for bond interest and sinking

fend accounts, and from the Bank of

Dunnellon. The board agreed to desig designate
nate designate the Munroe & Chambliss Nation National
al National Bank as depositary for the general

school funds for 1920. Also to desig

and Mrs. Sallie E. Wynne of Ocala,
three children, were in regular form

and were passed upon favorably by

the- board and the original forms of
the applications passed on to the
board of county commissioners for

final action.

Applications of Mrs. Jessie Peebles
of Ocala and Emma Smith, colored,
of Ocala, were returned from the
board of county commissioners for
further investigation as to whether
they were entitled to help under the
mcthers' persion law.
The chairman and secretary were
authorized to make suitable arrange arrangements
ments arrangements for securing funds to pay the
accounts if there should not be suf sufficient
ficient sufficient funds on hand.
No further business appearing, the
boi.rd adjourned to meet in regular
session on Tuesday, January 5. 1920.

J. H. Brinson, Secretary.

"I know just the gift
they need"
GLASSES

Ask about by Christmas

certificate.

DR. K. J. WEIHE,
Optometrist and Optician.
Eyesight Specialist

NEEDHAM'S
AUTO SERVICE
Speed and Comfortable
Cars at All Hours

Mrs. G. W. Scoheld or Inverness Mr nrl Mp n a. Dinkins. Mrs. C. tv n a

was a. visiwi w iuc v.ii.jr ii Minions and Mrs. J. Lt. Williams oi on;i v i

i itai v iui ou.iai lqa ai-iiirui uisliill

Sfrppn. r (Thristmaa shomoers in town nV.n v.r. u t-t.

t J tUt,,,; of xunuo, cAiq.v wwac Wl W1C AUWIiWSII

... I A bracelet WatCn IS JUSt tne tnmg Q rUnne? fnr fho frmrle rxf tVio

I. nviw vi vw n f 11 r x w iiiij. 1 rr i j i

L. ALEXANDER
PltACTICAL CARPENTER
AND BUILDER
Careful Estimates made on all Cors

tract work. Gives More and Better

Work for the Money than any other

-jntractor in th city.

1 M

f1 for daughter's Christmas present. andUrtTntosh and Fairfield districts, but

orrow into the norne resi- thoSe at Allemand's are being sold at ,iri fv, inw r-jrin a-

J cfvaAt That thuv . . m I vv-

i j i.if j c I iai v lux uunu iiiccicsu aiiu aiiitwuiir

Mrs. H. W. Henry

move tomorrow into the Horne resi-

recently purchased, and Mr. and Mrs.

W. P. Preer, who have been occupying rwtorhnv nnd hundreds of differ-

this house for some -time will move ent books for children at THE BOOK!

Make your selection while
the assortment is complete

G. C. GREEN & CO.

If Evcpyf liing Was As
. Cheap As4 Our Ice
The cost of living would be as low as it was in the good old days.
No use worry ng, however, because it isn't that way. Be glad that
ice is helping to keep down the cost of living, besides giving you
better food and a greater variety of it than your grandfather's fam family
ily family ever had.
Ocala Ice PacMmgf Co

into the house that

Henry are leaving.

Dr. and Mrs I SHOP.

16-3t

Mr. Edward Brooks and Misses

funds to be in the district for which

the funds are kept this bank could

not be designated a depositary for

these funds.

It was agreed that the bonds to be

given by the depositaries for the

Beautifu line of floor lamps at THE! Florence and Dorothy Brooks of Lake J safekeeping and proper handling of
DOK SHOP. 15-3t Weir were visitors to the city today. t,e funds should be for the Munroe &

BOOK

Miss Beulah Morrison, the Star's fcome new tnmgs m uver ueposu

bri'pht correspondent at Anthony, was Glass at THE BOOK SHOP.

in the ritv vesterdav doinir some

rf i . i ii.

pu.ioTn,... onnnrf l Kerr Ma ""3. KjT.t.qs 4u cents tne

round at W. A. Stroud's.

Erector sets for the boys. THE

BOOK SHOP Toy Store. 15-3t

Mr. Jack- Dnvis arrived today from
Herrington, Kans.. for a visit to his

Mr. and Mrs. Albert Smith of Jack- sister, Miss Davis of the industrial

sonville are announcing the arrival of school, and their mother. Mr. Davis

a handsome son, Albert Finley Smith and Mrs. Davis will go on to Tampa

Jr. Mrs. Smith, nee Miss Annie Mor- in a few days.

ris-on. lived in Ocala for a number of

years and her many friends will be

creatly interested in the above an

nouncement.

e

T

F

IT

A large shipment of dells just re received
ceived received at THE EOOK SHOP. 15-3t

Fire
Proof

T

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.'WHITE "ST-K LSi

Negotiable Storage Receipts Issued on Cotton, Automobiles, Etc

LONG DISTANCE MOVING

296

UE

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

m2

9

Mr. Hugh Wicker has returned to
his home at Coleman after a delightful
visit to relatives in this city. This was
Mr. Wicker's first visit here since his
return from France, where for more
than 18 months he gave valuable ser service
vice service in the army. During his stay Mr.

Wicker was honored with; severaii
small parties,, the nicest of which was j

an all-day motor trip to Eustis, Mr.

! Bethel Gallagher being the genial

host of tha day.

Buy from your home merchants.
They pay taxes and keep up home in institutions.
stitutions. institutions. THE BOOK SHOP. 16-3t

A beautiful line of cameos at THE
EOK SHOP. 15-3t

.i

ANNOUNCEMENT 1
We are now prepared to give demonstrations
in the popular
to show its many new and striking features.
NEEDHAM BROTHERS
Opposite Harrington Hall Hotel. Phone 193

ou had better take a look over the
Temple program, as owing to the
double-header played last week by
Vcssella's band it had to be rearrang rearranged.
ed. rearranged. Norma Talmage in "De Luxe
Annie" will appear this evening.
Stop! Have you tried Federal Bread,

the "best bread in the world." 20-t.f

Waterman's Ideal Fountain Pens on
sale every day at Gerie's Drug Store.
Riley's poems. Service and Guest's
poems at THE BOOK SHOP. 16-3t
Stationery in holiday boxes at the
Ai tr-Monopoly Drug Store. 2-tf

Mr. Henry Livingston is home from

several bis visit to South Carolina.

Ouija Boards at the Book Shop. 3t

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
Kipling in several bindings at THE
BOOK SHOP. 16-3t

The Star recrrets to hear of the

death at Conner of Mrs. Nancy E.
Yarborough, an estimable lady of that
neighborhood.
Our stock in silver ware is now
complete, all articles having been re received.
ceived. received. THE BOOK SHOP. 15-3t

Three kinds of oranges, 20 to .60

certs a dozen at W. A. Stroud's. 15-tf

Smokine and Desk Sets at THE

BOOK SHOP. lC-3t

Chambliss National Bank, $15,000;!

fcr the Bank of Dunnellon, $15,000;

and for the First State Bank of Mc

intosh, $1000.

The secretary was directed- to

ascertain and fix the bonds neces

sary for the depositaries for the bond

interest and sinking funds for the
Ocala, Dunnellon and Citra bonded
districts and the Munroe & Chambliss

National Bank, the Ocala National

Bank and the Commercial Bank of

Ocala were designated depositaries
for the Ocala and Citra bond interest
and sinking fund accounts and the
Bank of Dunnellon was designated as

depositary for the same funds for the

bended district of Dunnellon.

Applications from Obelia Finley,

colored, of Ocala, for help, based upon
five children attending school; from
Mrs. Mary E. Ogle of Dunnellon, for
two children; Lucy Black, colored, of

Stalling of Romeo, for five children,' L

L

It begins with a cold.
Port let your lungsget
cldgged. At the first
sign of a cough apply
"eVO V toe
Croup and Pneumonia

Call
Phone

74

Home -fOBI
Phone lJlil

DR. G. A. EDMISTON
Veterinai, Physician and Surgeon
Phone 38 M
Ocala - Florida

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

D. McCasli ill

Contractor
Phone 446. 72S Wenon

St.

Profit by the experience of
last year. Be prepared. It
will keep the nostrils, throat
and lungs clear and ivard off
Colds, Coughs, LaGrippe,
Croup, Influenza and Pneu Pneumonia.
monia. Pneumonia. Strong but pleasant.
Keep it in your nostril s by
day on your chest by .night.
"Will not stain clothing like
others. Ask your dealer for it.
"eOVe Co.,
llcntcmer:', Ala.

Fresln Meat
And Oysters
CALL 519
The Old Reliable is C pen
Again
Best Steaks 30c
Quick Delivery
J. lawMis

Hand Sapolio-'fhe

Ideal forMet and Bath!

r

WACAHOOTA

Wacahoota, Dec. 13. Cane grind

ing and potato digging is the order

of the day. There seems to be a good
c:op of both in our vicinity. Quite a
number have made their own sugar
for another year and will not be
bothered with the sugar famine.
Miss Thelina Curry, who is teach-

Mr. George Nagley of Montreal is'ing at Graham, snent Thanksgiving
in the city on a visit to his brother-in-! at home with her parents,
law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Jake- Mrs. V. P. Smith attended the fair
GMman. Mr. Nagley is a good deal j at Jacksonville and was accompanied
of o sportsman, and Jake today is in-: home hy her cousin, Miss Emma Lou
troducing him to the birds. jWethersby of that city.
' Mr. Sidney Leslie of Madison, spent
A rice line of poad b:ad necklaces several drays last week very pleasant pleasant-at
at pleasant-at THE BOOK SHOP. 15-2t ly at the home of Mr. L. M. Smith.
jjn Harden of near Starke, has

I 5&S&&$&

Mrs. J. K. Xoland wr:
and her husband. Rev. J

have removed thiir honr.e from Tim
moi.sville., S. C, to Little Rock, th:
sr1e satc. ?vs NolriJ was Misr
Alice Camr;be:l. ad her Oc?0a friend

wlli be jrlad tj ht?" tlih: she ar.d hei

mi!y are ( ?rA ropcri.r. m

f!

Pme:-nbf; Ih
Hide Co. v-

u Oc,I.i iCs-han?;e v

Sehct Sti'.Vitry
at Gerig's 0. 3l,';

I', i r

I
' Tl look?!1 Ke itl t.;rr?s tc sc:
'Geo-'G'o Dr II vr. .itir-v, on the pjiior.
of thf. Co.'t rh-:ma?y sod: fountair.
'today. G o .- -va.s r.ct o.".;irg hi

tne' vat, cier.ri ant

Ixng.

tcox r. racer s.

5 "ff-ur,L.n, M;rs?s TerrUi -ind
B

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V A

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A visit to our store at this t:r ? will convince you that we :e
carrying the most complete Una j:-: everything ihut you will r.esci in
the way of CHRISTMAS GROCERIES.
FA NC Y FRUITS A N D NUTS,
FANCY FRUITS IN JARS,
DRIED FRUITS, CANDY, ETC.
ALL KINDS OF VEGETABLES IN SEASON.
Fre Delivery to Any Part of Town.
Opposite Harrington Hall Hotel PHONE 413

J a re tPc.u

; k'O eperi boils'
,Chrir,in.iis day.

for ali i

es that sh charge of thi turpentine thru here
K. Noland urn hs moved his family over to the

canp. We are gTad to have them
w:th us.

Mrs. W. J. Edwards and children,
oi Ocpla wt're wek-end guests of'
Mr,-. V. P- Siith. j
We htr.r tiers ii to be a new sawt
mill locrtcd on the Bishop place inj
the rear future.
M v" P Smith entertained a1
nv.ii.hor oi I.-'.'lis p.t vn afternoon re re-cejition
cejition re-cejition at hsr home Saturday after-
no r f. rr 3 to l o'clock, compliment-in-jr
Mi?.: Enjna L?- Wethersby.
Mi res Thelm? Cuiry and Frances
I.7;i? of Gharfj. and Mrs. Albert
Jons of Tacoma, wore Saturday
night" vi?'tor? of Mr. and Mrs. C. R.'
Corry. The ycune ladies were dele-!
gatss from tke Graham Christian En-
d'eavcr to the ass-ociation meeting at;
M'canopy. j
Mr. vA M:". C. R. Curry attended!
!Tie Chr:st;ar. Srur.vor Association )
r-ur'ny a: Mirrpy, and werej
r "en,s oi 7A.'-s. Jce O'Bannon to din-i
p.-r.
Mr. J. O. Ty"-n and son were inj
Gainesville on buvntss Saturday. i
- t

i.:ten!s to
friends o:

t
c? Ailcr.iar.d

B'Chrimas

fcr

rtsents.

I

& j both Mrs. S. M. L
Slrcotber, Mrs. Pyes.

i-jwslry for your
12-tf

We reirre

to learn of the illness of

Lummus and her

I

f"l I Ml Ill II II I

The SUr is an advertising medium thru which you cp.ti reach Ocala people
Advertise and get Results

w.

Crr.r.bcrriss lo cents p?r rc:nd, ai

Sivozd'z

Tj:c Star rrets to-hear of the
sever?' illness ct Mr. J. L. Lawrence.
Mr Lawrence hac bern taken to the
hospital, and was feeling somewhat
better at last report.

4

Please chop this
BOOK SHOP.

week

at THE
16-3t

in

Read the Star Want Ads. It pays

Jacob's candy, "the good kind,"

ff;i.cy Christmas packages, 25c to $20
Hip ho. Anti-Mononolv Drucstore. tf

Mrs." W. E. Johnson Jr., Mrs. F. W.
Richards and Miss Ollie Mae Fergn-

Use the Star's Unclassified Colnzno

Light Weight and
Durability are the best
Guarantee of Qu; i

mi

Mmr miU pergaJUm
Mt0 milts tm tin

THE difference between
a Maxwell and a larger
car is largely a matter of
weight.
Each carries the same
average passenger weight,
travels over the same roads,
and at the same speedj.
Per pound of metal the
cost to make each is about
the same.
One lasts just about as
long as the other.
Te mission of the
Mcrwell is to carry the
same loud, over the same
road and at the same speeds
at extremely low costs.
That is highly efficient
transportation.
It is expensive to haul
dead weight. Therefore,
every superfluous pound has
been eliminated.
Light but strong metals
hav3 been used.
These are the quality
metals. They provide the
"toughness," the wear, the
ability to stand any strain

and shock; and yet they are
light in weight.
, This is the secret of the
Maxwell. It explains why a
Maxwell delivers a mileage
that is inexpensive
that is troubleless
that is almost endless.
The greatest efficiency efficiency-economy
economy efficiency-economy record ever made
is held by a Maxwell.
It ran 22,020 miles con continuously
tinuously continuously without o. : le
stop of the engine, c J a
full passenger load ged
22 miles to the gallon, at a
speed of 25 miles an hour!
- The story of the Maxwell
and its great acceptance by
the world is a story of its
metals.
For in five years 300,000
have been built, and these
have made many friends.
1920 production increases
to 100,000 Maxwells. Which
will supply 60 of the
demand.
$985 f.o.b. Detroit.

R lio CaFFili9 Dealer

Ocaic

Florida

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