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OGALA, FLORIDA, MONDAY, DECEMBER 22, 1919.
VOL. 2G, NO. 304
REDS IN OPEN EVERY EFFORT
E RULE FOR
HAPGOOD i,l A Y SUPREME COUR
Allies Won't Guarantee Belgian Neu Neutrality
trality Neutrality France Would Maintain
Paris, Dec. 22. Abandonment of
the British plan guaranteeing neutral neutrality
ity neutrality to Belgium for five years on the
part of the Allies is reported by the
Petit Parisien, which says the French
and British governments are seeking
to reach an agreement which will give
entire satisfaction to Belgium.
In French peace conference circles,
it is reported, sentiment is favorable
to maintenance of the Turkish empire
under certain guarantees.
BILL HAS PASSED
But Amendments by Both Houses Re Re-i
i Re-i quires It to go to Con Con-.
. Con-. ference
Washington, Dec. 21. The Cum Cummins
mins Cummins bill, paving the way for return
of the railroads to private operation
passed the Senate late yesterday by a
vote of 46 to 30, ending a prolonged
discussion of the measure and making
the holiday recess of Congress pos possible.
sible. possible. It went through without change
in the anti-strike and other important
provisions around which the Senate
measure was drawn, and was sent to
conference for adjustment during the
recess with Esch bill, passed by the
House November 17th. Final enact enactment
ment enactment of the permanent railroad reor reorganization
ganization reorganization legislation is hoped for by
leaders early next month.
The ultimate disposition of the rail railroad
road railroad problem, however, still is in
doubt as the Senate and House bills
will be in conference and Congress in
recession January 1, the date pre previously
viously previously set by President Wilson for
return of the lines to their owners.
No further word regarding his pres-
. cnt intentions reached Congress be before
fore before adjournment over the holidays.
Unless vetoed by the president, the
pending legislation, according to plans
of congressional leaders, would re require
quire require return of the roads. by January
31. The railroad administration. howT
ever, has plans ready for their return
January 1st, under a presidential proc proc-'taamtion,
'taamtion, proc-'taamtion, should Mr. Wilson adhere to
; his announced 'program. v
Preceding the final vote the Senate
rejected 65 to 11, a substitute bill of offered
fered offered by Senator LaFollette, republi republican,
can, republican, Wisconsin, proposing retention of
the roads another two years. Three
republicans, Gronna, North Dakota;
LaFollette and Norris, Nebraska; and
eight democrats, Ashurst, Arizona;
Chamberlain, Oregon; Henderson, Ne Nevada;
vada; Nevada; Johnson, South Dakota ; Ken Ken-drick,
drick, Ken-drick, Wyoming; Nugent, Idaho;
Sheppard, Texas; and Walsh, Mon Montana,
tana, Montana, voted or' the plan. V
The Cummins bill was supported by
thirty-three republicans and thirteen
democrats and opposed by eight re republicans
publicans republicans and twenty-two democrats.
Give him a nice pipe. A splendid
assortment. The SPECIALTY SHOP,
A. E. Gerig. U 22-3t
We are now prepared to give demonstrations
in the popular
& CM EPFS ffgOGTH g'lx'
to show its many new and striking features.
Opposite Harrington Hall Hotel. .Phone 193
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 GRO CERIES.
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.
'to Harrington Hall Hotel
Attacked Entrance to Ellis Island
Ferry in Attempt to Rescue their
New York, Dec. 22 Police reserves
were called out today to restore order
when a mob of 150 -reds led by a
women whose husband was deported
to Russia yesterday, attacked the en entrance
trance entrance to the Ellis Island ferry in an
effort to reach fellow radicals still
SOON BE FOLLOWED BY
The transport Buford which sailed
for Russia yesterday with Emma
Geldman, Alexander Berkman and
24? other radicals will be followed in
a few days by a second ship load of
reds, according to the best informa information
tion information today.
WERE ALL ACTIVE
IN WAR WORK
Members of the Coal Investigating
Commission Appointed by
Washington, Dec. 21. President
Wilson yesterday appointed Henry M.
Robinson, of Pasadena, Calif.; John
P? White and Rembrandt Peale, mem members
bers members of the commission to investigate
wages and working conditions in the
strike settlement agreement. Mr.
Robinson will represent the public,
Mr. White the miners, and Mr. Peale,
the operators. During the war all
three appointees were prominent in
war work for the government, Mr.
Robinson with the shipping board and
Mr. White and Mr. Peale as advisers
to Fuel Administrator Garfield.
BELA KUN WANTED BADLY
Vienna, Dec. 22. A plot to kidnap
Kela Kun, the former communist dic dictator
tator dictator of Hungary, and hand him over
to the Hungarian authorities was
frustrated by Austrian, police. Two
men arrested confessed to the authori authorities.
ties. authorities. ' ' ."
HAPLESS MEN FROZEN
IN A HOSPITAL
London, Dec. 22. Seven hundred
soldiers of Kolchak's army were
found frozen to death in a hospital
near Omsk, according to a wireless
received from Moscow.
The library will be closed from Dec.
25th to Dec. 29th, in order that the
floors may be done over and the build
ing thoroughly cleaned.
By Order of the Board.
Please do not wait until the 24th
to shop at THE BOOK SHOP. 20-4t
. Select Stationery in Holiday boxes
at Gerig's Drug Store. 12-tf
With Germany Before Christmas is
Being Made by the Supreme
Council at Paris
Paris, Dec. 22. The supreme coun
cil, it became known today, is making
every effort to reach an agreement
with Germany on reparation for the
sirking of the German fleet in Scapa
Flow, so the protocol can be signed
and ratifications of the Versailles
tieaty exchanged before Christmas.
The term sof the note repliyng to the
last communication of the German
representatives was considered by the
courcil 'this morning. No decision
was reacnea ana it is planned to hold
another session tonight. With the
exception of the Hungarian., and Turk
ish treaties and the Russian situa situation,
tion, situation, but few details now remain to
be disposed of by the council to clean
up the peace conference work.
MEETING OF THE
OCALA WOMAN'S CLUB
Saturday afternoon an extremely in
teresting meeting of the Woman's
Club was held, the program being in
charge of the committee on social and
industrial conditions, of which Mrs. E.
A. Osborne is the chairman, and the
opening number being a piano solo
beautifully rendered by Miss Mildred
Bullock. This was followed by two
vocal numbers by Mrs: Manly, a tal
ented singer, who has recently moved
to Florida from California, where she
conducted a studio for vocal culture.
In her rendition of "Wake Up," "and
the Irish lullaby, "Mavourneen," she
proved to a delighted audience that
she is an artist of rare ability and
Mrs: Osborne then introduced Dr.
Cox of the university, who gave a
much appreciated and practical dis-
course, Deginning nis taiK wun a
tribute to the beauties and possibili possibilities
ties possibilities of Silver Springs, which he had
visited in the morning, and expressed
his conviction that in ten years, if
Ocala really wanted it, she would be
the capital of Florida. His message
was particularly meant for women
and he admonished them to be ready
for the duties of equal suffrage, which
he says is coming in the very near
future., Woman, he said, is man s
equal, and the two should work to
gether-to make America what it
should be, further stating that it is
only by service and sacrifice that the
greatness of an individual or of a na
tion can be measured.
Dr. Cox complimented Ocala upon
having a rest room, which he said he
was sure some woman or set of wom women
en women had established, and stressed the
importance to the youth of the com community
munity community of a civic center and commu
nity hall, affirming that the latter
should be dedicated to the young men
who had been willing to make, and
these who had made the supreme sac sacrifice
rifice sacrifice in order that the world might
be made safe for democracy, and add
ing that this community ought easily
to raise $75,000 for such a structure.
This lecture was eagerly listened to
by the large audience present. Among
1 those present were the girls of the in
dustrial school, who attended the
meeting in a body, and several mem
bers of the older boy's conference.
Students of the high school then
gave several vocal numbers accom accompanied
panied accompanied by stringed instruments. These
students included Misses Mary Lane,
Uilaine Barnett and Ruth Simmons,
and Messrs. Robert Blake and James
Melton and their selections were met
with great applause.
The president of the state federa
tion, Mrs. McCollum, of Gainesville,
made a splendid address, the theme of
which was Americanization, giving the
definition of the term by Mrs. Carrie
Chapman Catt: "Americanization
I means' the making of one hundred per
cent Americans of all persons living in
America." Mrs. McCollum spoke of
our duty as Americans and Floridians
to the Seeminole Indians, as well as
the many foreign born citizens in the
Mrs. George P. Morris, president of
the Twentieth Century Club of Gaines Gainesville.
ville. Gainesville. Mrs. J. M. Dell, who as Miss
Johnnie Liddon was reared in Ocala
and Mrs. Pepper, accompanied Mrs
McCollum from Gainesville, the lat latter
ter latter being state press chairman and
gave an mteresting talk concerning
the importance of having club activi activities
ties activities published, since so many people
are of the impression that club wom women
en women accomplish nothing whatsoever.
The art chairman of the club, Mrs.
G. W. Martin, introduced to the as assembly,
sembly, assembly, Mrs. Bauman of St. Louis,
who had a most interesting and val valuable
uable valuable collection of water color paint paintings
ings paintings on exhibit in the committee room.
Mrs. Bauman with her young daugh daughter
ter daughter is spending a part of the winter
A social half hour followed in
which hot tea and wafers were served
by the hostesses of the afternoon, who
were Mrs. J. W. Crosby, Mrs. J. P.
Galloway, Mrs. D. W. Tompkins and
Mrs. C. P. Howell.
One of the pleasures of the after-
noon was greeting Mrs. William
iHocker, who with her three daugh daugh-;
; daugh-; ters returned last week from a several
months' sojourn in the west.
I Funny Books of many kinds at THE
BOOK SHOP. 20-4t
Lloyd George Proposes a Plan Which
is Probably too Sensible to
Suit Either Party
London, Dec. 22. Premier Lloyd
George is expected today to announce
the details of the government Irish
home rule bill on the opening of par parliament.
liament. parliament. The plan ,is modeled after
the state governmental system of the
United States. Two legislatures, one
for Ulster and one for southern Ire Ireland,
land, Ireland, will be provided and the way
left open for union of the two sections
should they decide to take the step.
PUTS HOLLAND IN
Prospect that the Allies Will Soon
Demand the Ex-Kaiser's
The Hague, Dec' 21. Long inclined
to believe the Allies would not make
a serious demand for the extradition
of former Emperor William, the Dutch
government now expects such a de demand
mand demand will be made.
"We suppose the demand will come
before long and that several powers
probably will address a joint letter to
Holland setting forth the case," an
official said. "Our feeling is that the
very men who sign the demand
probably will be hoping all the time
hat we will refuse. This demand will
put a small nation in a difficult posi-
ion, which seems to us not at all
So far as the Associated Press is
able to learn, Holland will probably
stick to her original intention to re
fuse a demand for extradition of the
brmer emperor. There is a growing
feeling in some Dutch circles that the
former monarch himself could end the
difficulty in which he placed Holland
if he chose to show himself grateful
or a year's sanctuary.
"He could end the whole difficulty
so far as Holland is concerned," the
official said, "by voluntarily returning
to Germany. German press dispatches
indicate the German inquiry commis commission
sion commission would like to interrogate him.
However, from what we can learn, the
former kaiser is not likely to do any
thing like that. He is not afraid. to
return, but his mind does not run that
way. It is against his ideas to appear
before any inquiry commission as he
still considers himself responsible for
DUTCH UP TO DATE
Intend to Make Long Distance Flight
to the Indies
The Hague, Dec. 22. An airplane
flight from Holland to the Dutch West
Indies is being planned.
Dark and white fruit cake for your
Christmas dinner at Carter's Bakery.
Mr. Burlingham, the Paramount
picture artist, has not yet been able
to obtain enough sunshine to shoot
Silver Springs with, but says its go
ing to be done if it takes him a month.
Holiday prices at the Affleck Mil
linery Parlor south side of the Ocala
Hcuse Tblock. 18-6t
Drs. J. E. Chace and G. C. Shephard
have returned from Tampa, where
they have been attending post-grad
uate courses in dentistry
Speedy and Comfortable
Cars at All Hours
UNDERTAKERS and EMBALIIERS
PHONES 47. 104. 5
DR. G. A. EDMIST0N
Veterinaij, Physician and Surgeon
Phone 38 M
Ocala - Florida
For All Classes Oi
Stone, Bricl, Wood,
! 3. -.fflcCasWF
I Pnone 446. 72S Wf
Our Government Creates New Friction
Between America and the
Paris, Dec. 22. Japanese govern
ment officials are anxious about the
situation at Irkutsk, Siberia, accord according
ing according to information reaching peace
conference circles. They would like
to send troops there, it is said, but
don't desire to do so without having
reached an understanding with the
United States and allied governments.
It is understood the Washington cab
inet is not particularly favorable to
PERSHING IS POPULAR
Chicago Post of the American Legion
Gave Him an Enthusiastic
Chicago, Dec. 21. Thousands of
persons braved a below freezing tem temperature
perature temperature yesterday to greet Gen. John
J. Pershing upon his arrival for his
first visit to Chicago' since he went
otrseas to command the American
expeditionary forces. Other thou
sands assembled along the line of
march to a downtown hotel, where the
general's first ceremonial act was to
bestow on two gold-star mothers the
diftinguished crosses their sons earn earned,
ed, earned, through death in gaining access
to France against German opposition.
General Pershing led a parade of
29,000 persons through the dowjitown
dif-trict. The general was met at the
station by Maj.-Gen. Leonard Wood;
commander of the central department
of the army, and his staff. The com
mander was given a roaring welcome
by the former overseas fighters, mem members
bers members of Chicago's -American Legion
"There is unrest throughout the
country as is always the case after a
war," General Pershing said, after a
short address. "It is time for us as a
democracy to realize that jve are
guardians of our future. The Ameri
can-Legion will stand up against these
revolutionary ideas being preached
now.-. You not only will oppose them
morally, but physically, too, if that is
Discussing the aims and purposes
of the legion, he advised the iormer
soldiers to keep the organization free
from politics. The American Legion
is not partisan, he said, and should not
allow itself to be bandied about by
As the general left the hall he
passed down a lane of wounded men
from, Fort Sheridan hospital. Many
were on crutches. The general stop stopped,
ped, stopped, shook hands with every man and
questioned them closely regarding
their service, wounds and their pro progress
gress progress toward recovery.
Sergeant Walker Dukes, partially
paralyzed and carried to the meeting
in the arms of a husky, comrade, at attracted
tracted attracted the general's attention when
a friend shouted the information that
Dukes, seated in the wheel chair, vas
to be married in the evening.
"Where is younr wouiid chevron?"
Pershing asked, catching sight of the
sergeant's undecorated arm. "If I had
a wound chevron," he continued, "I
would walk around carrying my arm
out at .right angles or everybody to
NO PARDONS FOR
CRANE AND BRANCH
Tallahassee, Dec. 20. The state
pardoning board has denied the appli
cations of James E. Crane and John JL.
Branch, both of Tampa, for pardons.
The case of J. L. Hollingsworth, also
of Tampa, was passed by the board
for the present. The application of
former Tax Collector J. C. Black of
Liberty county for a pardon was also
denied. Tampa Tribune.
A. A. N. O. 31. S.
At a call meeting by Noble E. C.
Bennett, temporary chairman, to all
Shriners residing' in or the vicinity of
Ocala, held Sunday afternoon, Dec. 21,
at 3 p. m., at the Masonic home, the
following nobles of the A. A. N. O. M.
S. were present: C. C. Bennett, W. M.
Palmer, Thomas Sexton. John D. Rob
ertson, A. C. Price, Joseph Needham,
C. E. Simmons, J. R. Dey, J. G. Per
kins, IL L. Borland, Alfred Green and
R. L. Van Osten.
The object of the meeting was to
organize a Shrine club of Ocala. The
meeting was called to order by Noble
Bennett. Nominations being in order
for the election of officers for the en
suing year. Noble C. E. Simmons nom nominated
inated nominated Noble C. C. Bennett for presi president.
dent. president. The motion was seconded and
Noble Bennett elected president by
unanimous vote. Noble R. L. Van
Osten was nominated for secretary secretary-treasurer
treasurer secretary-treasurer by Noble A. C. Price, and
Noble Van Qsten was elected secretary-treasurer.
A rir.g, watch charm or pin, with
his lodge emblem will .be a most ap appreciated
preciated appreciated Christmas present for him.
hem here. J. E. Allemand, Har-
i Hall hotel block. 12-tf
: ceived, a big shipment of
Ivory goods in manicure sets,
I,s, brushes, mirrors, etc Anti-
nopoly Drug Store.' 2-tf
American Minister to Denmark Re Reported
ported Reported to Have Shown Sym Sympathy
pathy Sympathy for Anarchists
j (Associated Press)
Washington,' Dec. 22. Senator
Lodge, chairman of the foreign rela
tions committee, declined today to
discuss the published report that Nor
man Hapgood, minister to Denmark,
had decided to return to the United
States after the state department
learned the committee was prepared
to make public information expected
to show his activities and sympathies
for the Russian soviet government.
HOME FOR CHRISTMAS
Washington, Dec. 21. Congress
closed down last night until January
5th for its holiday vacation with the
usual travail of adjournment con condition.
dition. condition. Under the holiday urge, more busi business
ness business was transacted yesterday than
often goes through in a month. Left
foi action in January, however, were
many important measures, including
the German peace treaty.
Closing hours of the Senate were
enlivened by two moves toward a
compromise on the treaty, but the
question of ratification went over.
WANT CHILDREN IN
NEW SOUTH WALES
Sydney, Dec. 22 The New South
Wales state nationalist party has ap approved
proved approved the government proposal to
subsidize children exceeding the num number
ber number of two in any family.
White tissue paper at THE BOOK
' Holiday prices at the Affleck Mil Millinery
linery Millinery Parlor south side of the Ocala
House block. 18-6t
Don't wait until the last moment
to select your X-MAS GOODIES.
Come in tonight and make your selec selections.
tions. selections. We will make delivery tomor tomorrow.
row. tomorrow. Then you are sure of having
what you want. We will serve HOT
COCOA FREE to our patrons this
k: te ap,ot
Life Insurance ;
J 'The kind that insures, J
J Against want in old age, J
J Against raises in premium J
S The Prudential kind I
See Ditto at once
F.W. Ditto. ;
J Ocala, "Florida. J
Home Made Candy
IMPORTED MALAGA GRAPES
PARSON BROWN ORANGES
PAPER SHELL PECANS
BLACK TWIGG APPLES
W. A. Stroud,
SAVE MONEY M MEAT I
We always handle the best fresh meat to I22
had and our prices are always the lowest
Round Steak 25c pest Pork Chops C0c
Loin Steak 20c I Pi4r StnxM
FREE DELIVERY WEST
Before Doing So, It has Vouchsafed a
Dim Ray of Hope to the -Lovers
Washington, Dec 22. The supreme
court today recessed until January 5
without handing down an opinion as
tothe constitutionality of certain sec sections
tions sections of ,the Volsted prohibition en enforcement
forcement enforcement act affecting the alcoholic
content of beer.
JERSEY AND RHODE ISLAND TO
HAVE A LOOK IN
The supreme court today ordered
the government to show cause on
January 5th why original proceedings
should not be instituted by. the state
of Rhode Island and Nev Jersey liq
uor dealers to have f
constitutionality of f"
-nal pro pro-'ent.
'ent. pro-'ent. 4
Rev. Smith Hai d a
narrow escape from : Me
jewelry this morning.
men were in the house,
ture, which was to be shii
ertown. Sirs. Hardin ml
jewelry which had been lyL
dresser a few minutes before,
only the negroes had been in th thane
ane thane naturally suspected them,
men were then upstairs, and the i
ily "blockaded" them and telephc.
fcr an officer. When he came he foxnv
the missing articles on one of the.
men, Frank Chappell, who was at once
The Temple will have this evening
the thrilling picture story "The Pagan
God," with H. B. Warner in the lead.
There will also be the "Secrets of a
Stateroom," an excellent comic.
"Bringing Up Father," an excellent
road show will hold the stage tomor tomorrow
row tomorrow night.
All the best New
The rest room is becoming more and
more popular. Saturday there were
over 107 visitors to the room. It is
a very comfortable place and exceed exceedingly
ingly exceedingly convenient for transients. Susie
Smith, a colored woman, is in charge
of the room, and she endeavors to
please and accommodate every caller.
Temperature" this morning, 46; at
r.con yesterday, Gl. It looks like snow.
Mr. and Mrs. F. A. Martin of Rich Rich-wood,
wood, Rich-wood, Kansas, are in e city for a
winter visit to their son and daughter-in-law,
Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Martin.
Crane's exquisite, stationery, the
kind that you are proud to send at a
gift. THE SPECIALTY SHOP, A. E.
White tissue paper at THE BOOK
Stationery in endless variety at
THE BOOK SHOP. 20-4t
Jacob's candy, "the good kind," in
fcr.cy Christmas packages, 25c to ?20
the box. Anti-Monopoly Drugstore, tf
Kodak Albums, Scrap Books and
Travel Records at THE BOOK SHOP.
Holiday prices at the Affleck llil llil-lirery'
lirery' llil-lirery' Parlor south side of the Ocala
House block. 18-t
WANTED Fresh young milk cow.
Give price and description and where
can be seen. Apply F. J. B care Star
' piioni; no
OCALA EVENING STAR, MONDAY, DECEMBER 22, 1919
QCALA EVEIIIlie STAR
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STAB PUBLISHING COMPANY
OF OCALA, FLA.
Il.lt. Carroll. Pre Id en t
P. V. Leavensood, Secretary -Treaumrer
J. If. Benjamin, editor
Entered at Ocala, la., postofflce as
IJnsinesa Office . . .PI re-One
Editorial Department iTwu-Scvea
MBJIBER ASSOCIATED PRESS
The Associated Press is exclusively
entitled for the use Xor republication of
all news dispatches credited to it or
not otherwise credited In this Tater
and also the local news miblished
herein. All rights of republication of
special aispatcnes Herein are also re
WANTED, LOST, FOUND, FOB
SALE, FOR BENT AND SIM SIM-ILAB
ILAB SIM-ILAB LOCAL NEEDS
t) ijix line maximum, one
time, 25c; three times, 50c; six times1
75c; one month $3. Payable in ad
One year, in advance 6.00
Blx months, in advance 3.00
Chree months, in advance 1.50
ne month, in advance .i .60
know how far the departing one resid- MARION COUNTY WILL
sd from the railway station, but be it LOSE MR. J. H. BRINSON
near or far I'm willing to give an
eight-to-one shot that she is the best! While we rejoice in the good for
lttle jumper in all Central Florida. v Itune, which he has won by merit, we
regret to learn that our county, which
Attornev General Palmer does not he has served long and well, will lose
come out very well in his interview Superintendent of Public Instruction
with the Senate coal investigating J. H. Brinson.
committee. He told the committee Mr. Brinson has been offered and
that "the firm, strone hand of the has accepted the office of state agent
government" finally forced the miners of negro education. He will supervise
to yield. But Alfred M. Ogle, chair- the work of the colored scnoois tnru tnru-man
man tnru-man of the executive committee of the out the state. The work is financed
ifiotlhT7 tht Rockefeller Foundation, which
UUUUU1IUU3 i.va vuwnvvid. i I nnntTmitnn rtrrtr i i
that Mr. Palmer endeavored on Dec. has an endowment of fifty-five million '"l, '"V 7u i t
5th to induce the operators to com- dollars. It supports education in aid Uecond hand furniture. Experts pnt.it
U o In onH rn-oneration with the rJUDllC I wv,u v,uwumum ircxuic ic-scuwj;.
uiuiuidg niw vt uuuo v w w m. T V 1
more than the 14 per cent, increase school systems of the states. It sup- Repair sewing machines, lawn mow mow-suggested
suggested mow-suggested by Fuel Administrator plies the money, and its agent in every cnamelware, etc. J. W., Hunter,
Garfield. Mr. Oele said Mr. Palmer state is appointed on the recommenaa-
told the operators that he feared that tion of the state school authorities, WOODFo 0& wood, cut to order.
juage Anaerson wouia put a numoer iar. onusou uas ccu ouicu "" call Teapot Grocery, or see J. H. J.
or union leaaers m jau mus prewp- mc rcuiuimwiuawwu w irei"i,uuv" Qjut 19-tf
iU.tin? a terrible industrial situation." Sheats, who is acquainted with his
This remark of Mr. Palmer's seems work and enthusiasm in the cause of WOOD Phone 146 for all lenghths
rather raw. even to the opponents of public education. loak or pine wood; thoroughly season-
organized labor. The country in gen- The southeastern department of this I ed. Special price on quantity orders.
eral is of the opinion tnat tne miners work is directea irom iticnmona. ltiitjt in your winter supply now.
have less reason to respect the gov-1 is mostly in the hands of southern Smoak's Wood Yard. 15-tf
o-. -r monf tVian Kofnro tVit otrilri I men jitiH is manftced from the SOUth-1
white man's standpoint, the uk AXdv wooa. uui to vraer.
J. YL Spencer
W. IL Pedrlcli
THE OCALA GA ERTGHRIE WmMS
Local Ageefls fiOF the Old Reliable
'Let's not have any more drives.
Consultation of the newspapers re reveals
veals reveals that a large number of demo democrats
crats democrats mistrust their party leaders.
The peace treaty is up in the Senate
again and the Miami Herald is begin beginning
ning beginning to th a fresh series of fits. :
an, tt-;,i c ;c Rockefeller Foundation wisely recog-1 deduce tne nign cost oi Keepmg com-
X UC UfllltCVA UbaiC9 w v uiuviiw 0i
advertisine for seamen. There are nizing tnat tne negro is Dest unaer-
fortable this 'winter by buying youi
w KTbnS'st stood by those whcW hip.be.t.. Jwood 1 cut ready to bum direct from
cni... : ir : Mr. Krinson enent several aaVS OI I "iC vAiui, o,6 w
nuvv in a ill Li iv laii 111 iucauu. nucici i . .
-d thing about the
n its successor has
Tribune should let up
ng of the hon. V. Cicero
during the happy Xmas
I - .. m
hey' hav been for she weeks. A per- last week in. Richmond and other PJOM. mm Utte aty wood yara. warn
. .1 i L;ts -tr;vn.;n;i .nnnu-n unfK fho! filled anywhere in tne city, rnone
empiory oraer ior ineir release 101-1 "6 wi0ft -r, Tt n i
hv trainino. a few naval ptitis I members of the board in charge of 39 M. C. P. Howell, Ocala. 4-m
on Mexican ports would be the best the work in this part of the South.F0R gALE Nice milk cow with
advertisement the navy could have. These gentlemen were impressed by keifer csm See' q a. Holloway, 715
iur. Vinson as menuns ouuu- gtreet 0caj Fla 5.tf
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ii xi. : : i t I ciiw .uucabo icwvuiuicuuavivu auu ow
ucnliiia TlaTiielc Vnf. Via nn Ha f1erPTifl-1 unauiiuouaij K"1 u 1 WimXJUU At oncp, OUSUCJa
eA on tn hold his fob as Wr as thev pointment. of peanuts, any variety. We also want
r,;t,A I Mr. Brmson's resignation is in the 1 your furs, hides, cotton, etc. Ocala
news weeklies-Jacksonville Metrop- Vnd 5f governor, and : he will Exchange 4 Hide Co, Carmichael
i leave xur Aauanassre oa aouu o wa DUliame, vcaia. ria. x?-u.
tnoc i,Qri. ;rr,o v, i successor is appointed ana quannea. ;
rr & It wiU he several before it will WAWTJflU-inlant dotnmg oi any
be known who will succeed him. So description. No matter now smail tne
Announces that they are now Handling Storage Batteries and
maintain a fully euiped 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.
4 Acetylene Welding Oiif Specialty
; OCAIiA GAS EMeiME W0M
SPENCER Sl PEDRICK, Proprietors. y
' When Better AutomobUes Are Built BuickWill Build Them 99
Ocldawaha Avenue and Osceola i SL Ocala, Horia
FLORIDA'S FAVORITE PAPER
j Star will.be out on Christmas
as usual. We tell you this now,
t will be another thing you won't
ire to worry about.
The all-mosquito theory for malaria
has received a slight jolt. It has been
proven that malaria exists in regions
where there are no mosquitos.
Merchants who are going to close
theW stores part or all of Christmas
day, had better confide in the Star, so
it can break the news gently to their
It's the Star's oninion that the dem- far 0Jy two have been mentioned- Ut, it will be appreciated. Leave
it s the ars opinion tnat tne aem a. your offering at Mrs. Blackburn's res-
ocrais m ine senate are mmg vx R. . M fiUed idence on Oklawaha avenue. Mrs. C. everlastingly-fighting for the interests
3a!mE Z lthe office before. He made an excels p. Bittinger. president King's Daugh- 0f the people and the development of
cock or Underwood should be minor- ty , .V tor q.tf Lu:
ix a r 4. v:-i, lent suDeruitendent. and knows the I wrs- y this section and no one who has the
Underwood the best man. But it is count.y a, ?heaJy, 1S FOR SALE Residence with 5 rooms
The Tampa Jlornlng Tribune is
welfare of South Florida at heart can
possible to select a better man than Principal of the Sparr school. He has LEi u porchea: corner of ff01'0 "L ad!Lt
I shown excentional ahihtv as a teach-1 t-i- j A ilthe Tribune. It is Florida s great
er. and is a ereat favorite with all in t "r:ii "t' metropolitan paper, carrying the full
a m I 1 .X II 111 lair a I I a.
a i u xr;t4--u his Dart of the county. L. n n io o -i night and day report of the Associat-
if tj,,. rr,.o r-or,i ine star win De sorry to nan;, wnn i jrrcaa witn luiigcu., wticuu-
fgress should let that district go un-Mr. Brinson. He have differed with FOR SALE at 702 Wyominastreet, ents in every nook ana corner m its
The Clearwater Sun regrets that it
will have to advance its advertising
rates.' Our regret is that we did not
advance ours a year ago. Everything
he 9 advanced on us.
- Thorn of the Palm Beach Post says
that measured on the map it is about
twenty miles from Ocala to Anthony.
Thorn must have a rubber map.. Its
less than twelve. But, one time when
we measured it with our legs, it seem seemed
ed seemed about forty.
Says Thorn in the Palm Beach Post:
"An Ocala woman telling in the Star
how she hurried to attend the meeting j
of the federation, states that she, at
three o'clock in the morning, "jumped
out of a warm bed and into a sleeper
bound for St. Petersburg." I don't 1
represented. In the meantime, ; what
has become of that twenty-year sen sentence
tence sentence to the pen. that Berger has
coming to him?
We don't notice any steps being
made to fit up that palatial rest room
for country folks and tourists, corner
Osceola and East Broadway. Is this
meritorious undertaking to go to the
We understand that the King's
Daughters need a hundred dollars for
meritorious cases here in town. Cut
off some of the stuff that's going
"abroad and give it to them.
him on some points of public policy, six-room house, also bath and summer territory. Its big Sunday edition has
but we have always recognized his kitchen; all modern improvements, the most complete comic and maga maga-zeal.
zeal. maga-zeal. industry and Dainstaking care. He Also rock face cement block machine, zine section printed in this-state, and
' - l.i a i a
is servinsr his third term as superin- Carl Wenzel. 2-l-30t xne suDsennuon raies are omy o per
tendent, and we would have supported a n annum; $4 per six months and ?2 for
him had he been a candidate for a OALrr- neaa muie colts lwo three montns. write lor sample copy
fnntv, and three years old. Can be seen at aCd subscribe today. 16-tf
my larm on iiiitcnton road, n mnes
out from Ocala. A. L. McKay. Mor- Fine Cameos and Bar Pins at THE
riston, Fla. 19-6t BOOK SHOP. 20-4t
HAVE YOU SHOPPED EARLY?
An Appreciated Christinas Present,
Would be a Beautiful
Ocala Aato (k Garage Company
Oldsmoblle Pleasure Cars. Oldsmobile Econcny Trcdis,
Come and Have a Demonstration
Immediate Delivery. Phone 219
iHe, "I know just the gift
Se& aD0U my Christmas
DR. K. J. WEIHE,
Optometrist and Optician.
Cameo Brooches, Lavallieres
In splendid variety. From $5 to $45
Ladies' Wrist Watches
. In various sizes. From $25 to $60
Birth Stone Rings
For every one. From $1 to $35
Stick Pins, Cuff Links and
Gold Pen Knives
$1.50 to $2.00
From $1.50 to $15.00
Men's and Boys' Watches
From $7.50 to $65 00
From $12 to $35
Gold Waldemar Chains
; From $7.50 to $25.00
Many other articles too numerous to mention here Come in
and look my stock over, whether you intend, buying or not.
- . PHONE 494.
Twas a month before Christmas and WANTED Two to five million feet
all through the land h
rm AtC-)t Ti. J v... .u.x ...vw..
xney were urging -qnop eariyx with full particulars- statins whether
wi,ofv Tnoil cfion oorlv cn fpw round '' or boxed; if under lease. In-
heeded well I elude map showing location of rail-
The injunction; they dallied and wait- read, hard road, acreage, estimate,
na. Fla- 19-4t
Twas the week before Christmas and
iraf ViAir AaAntraA I t?T OAT "C XTiie4- ciaII Knfnrn Tan 1
There "was time enough" doubtless and I am asking for bids on my prop-
'twas a trick of the trade erty situated on lot VZ, block lb, Mar
To increase the disposal of "left- ion Heights, Ocala, Fla. ihis prop
overs" sure erty is unincumbered and can give
lnere'd "be plenty of time ail guts to I guaranteed title. lxt buxlou feet; six
secure." t rooms, bath and sleeping porch; Iront
i and back porcnes: good well, mis
Twas the day before Christmas and house at present prices would cost
all through the town I $3500 to build. It's yours at your
The shoppers were frantic in trips up price. Go look it over and mail me
and down, I your offer at once. IMot ior sale after
Endeavoring to find something here,! Jan. 1st. Write P. D. Odell, Andrews,
something there IS. C. 17-tf
But the shelves of the shops were all
empty and bare!
D. G. B., in Houston Post.
DIG, MEN AT POKER TABLE
Correspondent of Satunfay Evening
Post Writos of Games in Which
Mr. Cleveland was fond not over-,
fond of cards. He liked to play the
noble game, at, say, a dollar, limit-
even once and a while, for a little more
but not much more. And, as. Dr.
Norvln. Green was. wont to observe of
Commodore Yanderbllt, "He held them
exceeding close to his. bosom.
Mr. Whitney, secretary of the navy
in his first administration, equally
rich and hospitable, had .often the
road gang, as a certain group, mainly
senators, was called, to dine, with the
Inevitable after-dinner soiree or
seance. X was, when In Washington,
invited to these parties. At one of
them I chanced to sit between the
president and Senator Don Cameron.
Mr. Carlisle, at the. time speaker of
the house who handled his cards like
a child and, as, we all knew, couldn't
play a little was seated on the oppot
site side, of the table.
After a while. Mr, Cameron and I
began bulling the game I recall that
the limit was $5 that is, raising and
.back-raising each other, and whoever
else happened to be in, without much
or any regard to the cards we held.
It chanced on a deal that I picked
up. a pat flush; Mr. Cleveland a pat
full. The Pennsylvania senator and I
went to the extreme, the president, of
course, willing enough for us to play
his hand for him. But the speaker of
the house persistently stayed with us
and kept on.
We could not drive him out.
When it came, to a draw Senator
Cameron drew one card. Mr. Cleve Cleveland
land Cleveland and I stood pat. But Mr. Car Carlisle
lisle Carlisle drew four cards. At length, after
much banter and betting. It reached
a showdown and, mirabile dlctu, the
speaker held four kings!
Take the money, Carlisle; take the
money, exclaimed the president. "If
ever I am president again you shall
be secretary of the treasury. But
don't you make that four-card draw
He was president again, snd Mr.
Carlisle was secretary of thefas-
ury. Saturday Evening Post- V
r am again at my old ,pL.
mess on the Anthony road,
shall be pleased to attend to'you
repair work by appointment. Ck.
phone 393. 29-tf IL A. Bouvier. S
Victrolas at THE BOOK SHOP. The
supply is limited. 20-4t
Bavs ff ill
PORTABLE ELECTRIC LAMPS
MED HAM BROTHERS
Plumbing and Electrical
Work and Supplies
Opposite Harrington Hall Hotel
es made on all Coc
AH o! Onr Winter Clothing Gadson's Bazaar Store
Cut to the Bone headquarters for
r Gift (Gooils
uiiu wnuw Blankets and Comforts
for In fMs Cnl Price Sale
Men, Women and Children T.
' lLaliss, Suits, Coats,
200 Boys' Suits SlcMs ami Sweatees
To Select fi om To go In this Sale
S. Magnolia St,
Poricion Tm-rT7- Mirrors, Combs and
X allblcUl IVUiy Toilet Accesories
Stationery Spedaf value in 2.00 Boxes
VdllUlCb "Goodness Knows They're Good"
Perfumes and Pe1ZS
Domestic and Imported
The kind he likes
Make your selection while
the assortment is complete
G. C. GREEN & CO.
If you have any society items,
Mr. Ty Cobb of Orlando is a visitor
to the city.
Fig, citron, walnut, marble, cherry
and raisin cakes at Carter's Bakery. 3t
Mr. Alfred MacKay of Dunnellon
spent yesterday in town.
Choice cigars in large and small gift
boxes. THE SPECIALTY SHOP, A.
E. Gerig. 22-3t
a lovely baby daughter, born Dec. 7th.
The little lady has been given the
'name of Elizabeth in honor of her
maternal grandmother. Mrs. Yon as
Miss Lucile Cooper will be very pleas
antly remembered in this city, having
taught domestic science in the high
school several years ago.
Mr. J. E. Morgan of the Florida
Title and Abstract Corporation left
today for Tampa to secure' assistance
fcr making up an abstract for a large
tract of land which will shortly change
ownership. The deal involves some something
thing something over 20,000 acres of land. The
ftct that this work was given the
Florida Title & Abstract Corporation
speaks well for this concern as the
picperty involved is not located in
Marion county. Upon being question questioned
ed questioned as to where this property was lo located,
cated, located, Mr. Morgan refused to divulge
its locality, but said it was not over a
tl't-usand miles from Ocala. The fame
of the Florida Title and Abstract Cor Cor-pc
pc Cor-pc ration for getting out absolutely
correct data on Florida lands is wide
spread, as evidenced by the company
getting this large contract.
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
Mrs. Addie Morris and Miss Collie
Card iner of Troy, Ala., arrived in the
city yesterday to spend the holidays
with their relatives, Mrs. E. C. Ben Bennett,
nett, Bennett, Messrs. Howard and Harvey
Clark and families. They will also
visit Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Clark tt
Mr. Earl Hall returned yesterday
from Jacksonville, where he has been
for the past several weeks, to spend
the holidays with his mother, Mrs. R.
S. Hall and brothers. After hi3 vaca vacation,
tion, vacation, he will enter a business school in
Jacksonville for several months.
Angel food, chocolate layer, caramel
layer, fruit layer and cocoanut layer
cakes at Carter's Bakery. 22-21
EP AIM' AMP REBUILD
AUTOGENOUS WELDING & ELECTRIC CO. 1
II. L. WIKLE, Manager. Cor. Oklawaha Ave. & Orange St. g
Can be ipos t eloquently expressed
by a box of Norris Candies.
Mrs. Lizzie Gates has as her guest
-i a i at "r tt I
ior tne winter ner lamer, air. xiax-1
men of Michigan.
Genuine Seneca cameras and films I?
for holiday gifts, at the Anti-Monopoly
Drug Store. 2-tf
after a short but pleasant visit with
relatives in Jacksonville. 1 1
Large stock of SILVERWARE at J
THE BOOK SHOP. 20-4t
Miss Susie Ervin of Washington
has arrived in the city and will spend
the holidays here and in St. Peters
burg with her mother.
A bracelet watch Is Just the thing
for daughter's Christmas present, and
those at Allemand's are being sold at
truly low prices. 12-tf
Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Bailey and
Messrs. Clyde and Ariel Bailey spent
Sunday in Ocala with Mrs. Snowden J
and family on Fifth street.
A few of those games left. Better
come in and get yours. Gerig's Drug
The O. K. Teapot Grocery will be
open evenings from now until Christ
mas. The courteous proprietor is
serving his patrons to free hot cocoa.
Fountain pens, a most acceptable
gift. THE SPECIALTY SHOP, A. E.
Messrs. Robert Chace and Marshall
Cam have arrived from Mercersburg,
Pa., where they are attending school,
to spend the holidays with their parents.
Fig. citron, walnut, marble, cherry
and raisin cakes at Carter's Bakery. 3t I J
Messrs. Robert Blowers and Otis
Green arrived yesterday afternoon
from Columbia Military Academy, Co
lumbia, Tenn., to spend the holidays
with their folks.
For colds, take Nyals Laxacold
Tablets, 25c. Anti-Monopoly Drug
Mrs. E. A. Snowden is looking for-
W!yr1 wlfVi mnh r1pniirf trt n visit!
from her father, Mr. D. M. Graves,
through the holidays. Mr. Graves
Ives at Brandon.
New styles in enameled Jewelry at
rpTTtr' Trmr ctinn on At- I
THE COURT PHARMACY
PYLES PERKINS GO.
(Successors to E. C. Jordan & Co.)
Funeral Directors and Embalmers
Calls Answered Promptly, Day or Night
; 117 East Oklawaha Avenue
, PHONE 555 RESIDENCE PHONE 225
If Everylliieg Was As
- Cheap As Our Ice
The cost of living would be as low as it was in the good old days.
No use worrying, however, because it isn't that way. Be glad that
ice is helping to keep down the cost of living, besides giving you
better food and a greater variety of it than your grandfather's fam family
ily family ever had.
)eaM Hce x P&cMiug Co.
Messrs. Norman Home, Wellie Mef-
fert and Tom Wallis arrived in the
city Saturday from Georgia Tech., At Atlanta,
lanta, Atlanta, to spend the Christmas holidays
with their parents and families.
If you want Candy, and want really I J
good candy, come and see our lines.
Nunnally's, "The Candy of the South." J
Guth's, "Made in Baltimore," and Lig-
gett's,."Made in Boston." Boxes large
and small. Gerig's Drug tSore. 12-tf J
Messrs. Harold Klock, Arthur Crago
and Leonard Todd, who are students
at the university, arrived in the city
Sunday to spend the holidays with
Rye, rape and oats. Get our prices
before buying. The Ocala Seed
Miss Clarice Bailey of Oxford, spent
Saturday and Sunday in Ocala with
her aunt. Mrs. E. A. Snowden and
family. She has been teaching in
Alachua county and was returning
Park & Tilford candied. "Nuff said."
THE SPECIALTY SHOP, A. E. Gerig.
Miss Theo Wallis arrived in the
city Sunday to spend the holidays
with her mother, Mrs. T. H. Wallis
and family. Miss Wallis is teaching
school near Miami this winter, and is
quite delighted with her work.
rtn TT 7 rt THl TT ITT? IH7f Ttxe Bi MusHd Event of all 'Times.
U-lCi Mil li- IL IEj Nothing Better and the Fun Show of
ONE NIGHT ONLY
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
" "iiSiiiii i'ii"' t i"ml in" win mil"1 y
ho so &
m m W '
Prices: 50c, 75c, $1 and $1J0. Tickets on sale Thursday at the Court
Pharmacy. The prices are so low andthe show so good, that you will have
f s rrct your seats early if you want choice ones. This is a guaranteed at-r-t:nad
cne ycu must not miss. Bring the kiddies to see Jiggs alive.
.. .".I l iz joy to their little hearas. This id the one big' ?
Jewelry in selected designs at THE! J
ROOK SHOP. 20-4t
Jt will be good news to Miss Merris
Carroll's many friends in the city to
learn that she expects to arrive the
jy after Christmas to spend the re
mainder of the holidays as the guest
of her father, Mr. R. R. Carroll.
The most complete line of Thermos
i nand see them. Gerig's Drug tSore.
As will be seen by its advertise
ment elsewhere, the U-Serve Grocery
has continued its special prices for
Monday and Tuesday. This should be
a great saving for those who care to
economize on their Christmas shopping.
Angel food, chocolate layer, caramel
layer, fruit layer and cocoanut layer
cakes at Carter's Bakery. 22-3t
Miss Carolyn Peyser, who has been
spending the winter in Miami with
her mother, Mrs. Simons, arrived in
the city yesterday to spend the holi holidays
days holidays with her grandparents. Mr. and
Mis. Charles Peyser, and sister. Miss
Some new and beautiful Siilver De Deposit
posit Deposit Ware at THE BOOK SHOP. -4t
Si is ieire ietore i Mm I
Don't put off your Shopping until the last mo
ment. There are a lot of GOOD THINGS
here for you. Don't wait until the
stock is exhausted.
VIRGINIA DARE WINE Non-intoxicating. Two sizes
55 cents and $1.00.
A DELIGHTFUL, EXIHILARATING BEVERAGE
Royal Scarlet Grapejuice. Apple Nectar. Loganberry
Juice. Evans Ale, a non-intoxicating beverage. Fifty-fifty
Food Beverage. Grapefruit a la Champagne. C. & C. Ginger
PLUM PUDDING AND MINCE MEAT
Richardson & Robin's and Royal Scarlet Plum Pudding,
one pound, 45 cents; two pounds, 75 cents, three pounds, $1;
four pounds, $1.25.
Libbey's Mince Meat in bulk, pex pound..... ..33c
Royal Scarlet Condensed Mince Meat, per package.... 15c
Royal Scarlet Wet Mince Meat, per tin..... 60c
Boiled Cider, quart bottles 5Cc
We Have One of the Most Complete Stocks Found in FIofMq
NUTS, RAISINS, FRUITS, ETC
Fancy English Walnuts Black Walnuts and Pecans
Soft Shell Almonds Washed Brazil Nuts
Shelled Jordan Almonds Shelled Valencia Almonds
Walnut Meat Pecan Meat
London Layer Raisins in pound packages, 30c and 35c. per
package. Royal Scarlet Malaga Table Raisins, pound
packages, 60 cents. Seeded Raisins, Seedless Raisins
Royal Scarlet Currants, Glace Pineapple, Glace
Citron, Candied Orange Peel,
We Have Hundreds of Items not Listed in This Ad
CELERY--Our CELERY has been bought for Christmas.
We have the promise of the finest stock that has been seen
in a long time. Place your order with us NOW and we will
see that you get it by Christmas Eve.
OTHER VEGETABLES. We are making every effort to have
Tomatoes, Lettuce and Cucumbers for our HOLIDAY
Royal Scarlet Asparagus Tips, R. S. Corn No. 1 and No. 2
tins, R. Tiny Lima Beans, No. 1 and No. 2 tins, R. S. Tiny
Stringless Beans, Tiny Tot Peas, Robin Hood' Peas, De Lux
String Beans Asparagus Style, Tiny Beets, Pumpkin, Im Imported
ported Imported Pimentos.
ROYAL SCARLET Sliced Pineapple, Egg and Gage
Plums, White Cherries, Table Peaches, Table Apricots, Red
Raspberries, California Pears.
This Store has a State Wide Reputation ol carry carrying
ing carrying goods that are not found in some cities
Imported Chili Lentils, Royal Scarlet Green and Yellow
Split Peas, Royal Scarlet Sago, Royal Scarlet Pearl Tapioca,
Granulated Tapioca. Plain Buckwheat Flour, Heckers Self Self-Rising
Rising Self-Rising Buckwheat Flour, Keeker's Pancake Flour, B. S.
Pancake Flour, Ballard's Pancake and Self-Rising Buck Buckwheat
wheat Buckwheat Flour, Graham Flour, Big Hominy (Samp).
Fancy Oranges and Grape Fruit Especially f of CliFistiiiES'
EXTRACTS, SPICES, SEASONING, ETC.
Bell's Poultry Seasoning. Your TURKEY DRESSING
won't be complete without this. Per package, 10 cents.
Kitchen Bouquet, Rubbed Sage, Ground Mace, Ground
Nutmeg, Spice, Cloves, Cinnamon, Ground Ginger, Dry
Mustard, Colman's Mustard.
Royal Scarlet and Burnett's Extract of Lemon and
Vanilla. Fruit Colors, Junket Tablets.
We have a full line of the Famous Schrafft's Chocolates in
five-pound boxes. This candy is sold in bulk at 80 cents per
pound. Yout dont pay for fancy boxes but you get candy
that would cost you at least $1.25 a pound in fancy package.
MARSHMALLOWS AFTER DINNER MINTS
CRYSTALLIZED GINGER GUM DROPS
HERSHEY'S ALMOND BARS AND
Royal Scarlet Pure Sap Maple Syrup,
Pillans Famous Florida Cane Syrup,
Log Cabin Maple and Cane Sprup,
. PRESERVES, JAMS, JELLY, ETC
ROYAL SCARLET PURE FRUIT JAM: Flavors, Straw Strawberry,
berry, Strawberry, Raspberry, Raspberry and Currant, Red Cherry, Red
Currant, Black Currant, Peach, Apricot, Blackberry. Pur
jar, 48 cents.
ROYAL SCARLET PURE FRUIT PRESERVES: Flavors,
Peach, Raspberry, Pineapple, Strawberry, Green Gage, Ap Apricot,
ricot, Apricot, Blackberry, Damson. Per jar, 65 cents.
ROBIN HOOD PURE FRUIT JAM: Flavors, the same
as Royal Scarlet. Per jar, 38 cents.
ROYAL SCARLET PURE FRUIT JELLY: Flavors Red
Currant, Grape, Quince and Crab Apple. Per glass, 35 cents.
Crosse & Blackwell Orange Marmalade, Preserved Ginger,
Fig Preserves, Apple Butter, Mareschino Cherries, Hint
Cherries, Hipolite Marshmallow Creme,' Beech-Nut Cran Cranberry
berry Cranberry Sauce, Royal Scarlet Cranberry Sauce, etc, etc
If you can't drink Coffee, try KAFFEE HAG. It is not
a substitute, but pure Coffee with 95 per cent, of the caf caf-fein
fein caf-fein removed. It does not cause indigestion and will not
keep you awake.
Look this ad over. Some of the items will be wanted for yonr Xmas Dinner
CANNED FISH AND OTHER FOODS
Liver Paste, Caviar, Truffles, Capers, Smoked Sardines,
Sardines in Tomato Sauce, Soused Sardines, Boneless
. Sardines, White Tuna Fish, Shad Roe, Fish Roe, I
Boneless Chicken, Cooked Brains,
Frankfurters in glass, Royal Scarlet Salmon Steak,
Deviled Crabs, Prime Whale Steak, Shrimp, Fresh
Codfish and Many Other Items Too Numerous to Mention.
You don't know Cheese until you try our NEW YORK
FULL CREAM CHEESE. Cheese makers say that cheese
is not cheese until it has the KICK that is, a little snap
and bite. Per pound, 50 cents.
Roquefort Cheese, Brick, Limburger, Philadelphia Cream,
Pimento, Bu-lactic, Rarebit. Camembert, McLaren's Im Imperial,
perial, Imperial, Lorn Horn, Grated Parmesan.
Fancy Imported Malagn Grapes. Fancy Cranberries
PICKLES, OLIVES, CONDIMENTS, ETC
Royal Scarlet Queen Olives, Ripe Olives, Olive Zest,
Sandwichola, Stuffed (Pimento) Olives, .Royal Scarlet
Sour and Sweet Gherkins, Sweet Relish, Crosse & Black Black-well's
well's Black-well's Chow Chow, Crosse & Blackwell's Tarragon and Malt
Vinegar, Mrs. Kidd's Pin-Money Pickles, Oyster Cocktail
Sause, Chili Sauce, Mcllhenny's Tobasco Sauce, Brands' A-l
Sauce, Houses of Parliament Sauce.
PREMIER SALAD DRESSING.
GULDEN'S PREPARED MUSTARD.
CHEF SERVICE PURITY CROSS
PURITY Creamed Spaghetti au Gratin, Lobster a la New New-burg,
burg, New-burg, Welsh Rarebit, Cream Chicken a la King,
CROSS Deviled Chicken. Vienna Sausage, Corned Beef
Hash, Deviled Chicken Sandwich-Spread. Order a
few tins of PURITY CROSS PRODUCTS and have them on
hand in case of unexpected company.
Our stock Is loo great to begin to list it here.. Come in and look around. Yon will tind many good IMnfjs to eat
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OcaLa EVEKING STAR, MONDAY, DECEMBER 22, 1919
MRS. J. F. CHAILLE
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To the housewife
Who cares t o econmize
Hue UJE RVE j
Turns the trick
Funeral services of Mrs. Josenh F.
moiioo u nr.-rAnaA a tnnm.l Mr. liarrv Brown oi lampa is a
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ing at 10 o'clock from the Baptist business visitor in the city.
church, with interment in the citv
cemeterv under direction of W. H. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Hall of Lowell
Combs comnany. were shoppers in the city today.
Mrs. (Thailee. as Miss Minnie Hall.
came to Miami eiehteen years aeo. Stationery in holiday boxes at the
ion.? lAi'.ti-Monopoly Drue Store. 2-tf
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she became the wife of Josenh E.
f I Mr. and Mrs. S. E. Rowe of Blitch-
the Baptist church for more than (ton were shoppers in the city today
thirtv vears. eighteen of which were
spent in active work with the Miami Airs. Stanley ana Misses urace
church. Ever since her identification and Marienna Stanley were shoppers
with this church she was a recognized 1 m the C1y today
leader in the women's work and her
lnsa will he more keenlv felt in this THE BOOK SHOP has what
Here are some EXTRA SPECIALS for
Kingan's Reliable sliced bacon, lb.-package..
Wilson's "Certified" Hams lb
Famous Fox River butter lb
(Not over 2 pounds to a customer j
Lard Compound lb
12-lb. bag Gold Medal flour
field than in any other organization in want for Christmas.
this citv. Miami Herald.
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All the friends here of the Chaille Mr. uooay is entertaining nis
f9miw will wfrpf hpar nf tKp Hpnth Drotner irora Madison during tne
ot tnis estimaDie laav. wno maae ai1"101-""0 ,lu"uaJ,i'-
warm nlace for herself in the hearts
of those Ocala people whom she met The many friends of Mr. Frank
Hnr-ino. her trt th ritv n vpnr Gates will regret to hear that he is
and a quarter ago. And all sympathize quite ill at his home
I with her husband, an Ocala-raised
boy. who has always held fast his boy- We have an excellent line of Per-
rood irienasnips. ana wno wun nis i "v-v ...w ...
children are now most sadly bereaved, make nice presents, ana ask your in
spection. uerig's Drug fatore. lz-ti
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BEGINNING JAN. 1ST I their Christmas shopping.
Nothing makes s more useful or more appreciated Holiday Gift than Furniture, Thether it be a
full set or only an odd piece for individual use. In our line will be found many especially attractive
articles for presents.
All items in this store are marked below those of
service stores. Our overhead expense is reduced,
so with QUICK turnovers we can do business with
Booklets containing the automobile Mr. Stewart Sims of Anthony spent
laws of the state of Florida, with the week-end in the city as the guest
marked sections referring especially of his sister, Miss Donnie Sims.
to licenses, are being distributed from
the sheriff's office to automobile deal- AH customers of Federal Bread are
ers, who are requested to call the at-1 satisfied customers. Ask them. tf
tention of their patrons to them.
All auto owners are warned that on Mr. and Mrs. R. Goodson and son
and after January 1, 1920, all cars are in Tampa spending their Christ
must bear a license tag issued by I mas with Mrs. Goodson's mother, Mrs.
State Comptroller Amos, and that I Edding.
failure to. comply strictly with this
I law entals a penalty that may be a I Miss Margaret McNeill, one of the
fine of from $25 to $100, or a prison teacher at the high school, left today
sentence of from one to six months. for Kissimmee, to spend her vacation
The sheriff of this county will rigid-J with her parents.
lv enforce the law. so this is fair
OPPOSITE POSTOFFICE ENTRANCE
warning to auto owners not
to be If it's JEWELRY you want for
hcliday presents, come in and see my
line. J. E. Allemand. 12-tf
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irlMilani'iillliiiniiilMllilitlirtlfflllM'rtlllir'T "HinniliilifimiiilllnwillirimillTMMlfnriiiB in y v in
Am Electrical Xmnias
Gifts for all. Electric
Percolators, Toasters, Vi Vibrators,
brators, Vibrators, Warming Pads,
Curling Tongs, Stoves,
Grills, Heaters, Sewing
Machines, Irons, Portable
Lamps and a Variety of
1 1:50 pm
Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Brittain and
1:30 pm J family leave this afternoon for Macon,
4:25 pm I Ga., where they will spend the holi
days with friends and relatives.
Mrs. Mamie E. Fox is expected from
St. Petersburg to .spend Christmas
A nn.o niiurMT n nor uiuiuw-m-iow aim oiawc,
trains at OCALA union sta nun. i i,u
The following schedule figures pub
lished as information and not guar- Mr. Karl Roesch has returned to
anteed. iBradentown after a few days' visit in
(Eastern Standard Time) I the citv. the euest ocr Mrs. J. L. Davis
SEADOAQD AM LINE RAILKOAU and daughter. Miss Isabel Davis.
2:15 am Jacksonville-NTfork 2:10 am
1:55 pm Jacksonville
4:05 pm Jacksonville
St. Manatee-St. Petersburg
4:25 pm Tampa-St. P'tersbrg 4:05 pm
ATLANTIC COAST LINE RAILROAD
2:12 pm Jacksonville-N'York 3:15 am
1:45 pm JTcsonville-Ga'hsville 3:35 pm
6:42 am Jlcsonville-G'nesvile 10:13 pm
3:18 am St.Pet'sbrg-Lakeland 2:12 am
3:35 pm StJet'sbrg-Lakeland 1:25 pm
7:10 am Dunnellon-Wilcox
7:40 am Du'nellon-L'kelnd 11:03 pm
3:25 pm Homosassa 1:30 pm
10:13 pm Leesburg 6:42 am
4:45 pm Gainesville 11:50 am
Monday, Wednesday, Friday.
Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday.
living ISooiH Sets
In Fiber, Reed and Fumed Qal
Bed Koom Sets
In AU Ihe Lale Styles
Art Squares and flogs
In Velvet, Tapestry and Crex
Ladies' Dressing Tables
Oak, Mahogany and Ivory Finish
Attractive Line oi Odd Rockers, Lounges, Small Rugs, Etc
CRESCENT RANGES and FIRELESS COOHiEES
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Ocala Agency tor Hoozier. Kitchen Cabinets
North Magnolia SL Ocala, Florida
We Are Offering
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A Splendid Selection of
For Holiday Presents
PLAIN andv SET RINGS, WATCHES,
LAVELIERS, WATCH BRACELTS, PINS,
FRENCH IVORY TOILET, MANICURE,
COMB and:' BRUSH and MILITARY SETS.
PINS, CUFF BUTTONS, ETC.
WITH ALL THE LODGE EMBLEMS.
Whatever may be your wants in the line of Jew Jew-elry
elry Jew-elry for Holiday Gifts you can be supplied here as
we have a large and varied stock to select from
You will also find our prices most reasonable in
comparison to many other houses.
J. E. ALLE
South Side of Harrington Hall Block
THE BOOK SHOP is open evenings
but will be closed Christmas day. 4t
Miss Isabel Davis has as her guest
for the holidays. Miss Doris Verden of
Grinnell, Iowa. Thse two young la ladies
dies ladies are college mates at Southern
Miss Elizabeth Home, who is a stu
dent at the Woman's College at Luth-
erville, Md., has arrived in the city to
spend her vacation with her mother,
Mrs. M. A. Home, and family.
ville, Va., arrived Saturday from the
Woman's College, Tallahassee, and
the Misses Beach after a short visit
proceeded to Eustis, where they will
spend their vacation, while Miss Stine
will be the guest for a week of Miss
Little Men and Little Women Sil Silver
ver Silver at THE BOOK SHOP. 20-4t
We buy all kinds of furs. Ocala
Exchange and Hide Co. 6-lm
Jack Camp Jr., who is attending
the preparatory school at Woodberry
Forest, Va., has arrived in the city to
spend the holidays with his parents,
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Camp and family.
Mr. Albert Birdsey of Savannah has
arrived in the city to spend Christmas
with his wife and daughter, who are
spending the holidays with Mrs. Bird Bird-sey's
sey's Bird-sey's parents and brother. Col. and
Mrs. J. M. Martin and Mr. Waldo Martin.
Mr. and Mrs. William Wrighton will
arrive in the city tomorrow from Val-
dosta to spend a week visiting friends.
Mr. and Mrs. Wrighton were residents
of Ocala for a couple-of years, Mr.
Wrighton at that time being pastor of
the Baptist church, and their many
friends are delighted to have them
here once more. Wednesday evening
Mr. Wrighton will fill the pulpit of the
See Allemand for jewelry for your
Christmas presents. 12-tf
Dark and white fruit cake for your
Christmas dinner at Carter's Bakery.
Mrs. Mary Yarborough and Mrs.
W. B. Barmer of Lacota were in town
If it's a Kodak that is wanted, re
member 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
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
Saturday night Mr. T. I. Arnold had
a turn for the worse and the last
news from the hospital today an
nounced that his condition was still
very serious. His many friends hope
to hear more encouraging news from
Remember the Ocala xchanee &
Hide Co. wants your furs. 6-lm
Miss Ethel Haycraft arrived from
Dade City last night and will spend
the holidays with her parents, Dr. and
Mrs. R. T. Weaven. Mis3 Haycraft is
a former popular Ocala girl and her
many friends are delighted to have her
with them again.
Nothing maices a more appropriate
Christmas present than a piece of
good jewelry. See my line. J. E. Al
kmand, the jeweler. 12-tf
Mr. Welsh Dewey of Jacksonville
will arrive Wednesday to spend
Christmas eve with his parents, Mr.
and Mrs. J. R. Dewey and family.
Mr. Dewey's many friends regret that
his visit will be so short, but while
here he will be given a most cordial
Mrs. J. M. Remington and Miss
Nr.nnie Belle Redding of Summerfield
were shoppers in town today.
The best winter nog and cow pas
ture is rye, rape and oats. At Ocala
Seed Store. 13-tf
Bibles and Testaments, twenty
styles at THE BOOK SHOP. 20-4t
Mrs. L. D. Abercrombie and Misses
Undine and Leona Abercrombie, Mrs.
D. B. Tyner and Misses Ora Bateman
and Nora Mae Tyner were in the city
today from Williston.
Mrs. O. L. Cason and Miss Ruth
Fannin of Lakeland were visitors to
the city today.
Slop! Have you tried Federal Bread,
the "best bread in the world." 20-tf
M. Q O JL HD M A M 9 &
Coffins qucI Csslisfs,
Day Phone 253 Niflht Phones 511 and 395
L HURST, MANAGER
Opposite Courthouse. OCOlcl IFIQo
YOUR CREDIT IS GOOD. "WHY PAY MORE"
Waterman's Ideal Fountain Pens on
sale every day at Gerig's Drug Store.
Mrs. Vickery of Martin was in the
Mr. and Mrs. Alex Woods and baby
are here from Macon, Ga to spend
Christmas with Mr. Woods' parents,
Mr. and Mrs. Will Woods.
Mohogany Serving Trays at THE
BOOK SHOP. 20-4t
Mr. Christian Ax, who went to
Jacksonville several days ago to me
Mrs. Henry Keidel and daughter. Mi:
Daisy Keidel, Mrs. Ax's mother and
sister, and cousin. Miss Louise Keidel,
returned home Saturday. The party
made the trip from Jacksonville thru
the country in Mrs. Keidel's car.
Mr. Lester Lucas is in Gainesville
visiting with the members of Coburn's
minstrel, which has an engagement
there one day this week. For a num
ber of .years Mr. Lucas was the popu popular,
lar, popular, interlocutor for. this minstrel, and
expects" to meet many old friends
with the troupe in Gainesville.
Miss Dorothy Schreiber and three
guests,' Misses Ruth and Helen Beach
of Eustis and Miss Stj-f-F'"-
Mr. Dexter Phillips is home from
Atlanta to spend Christmas with his
parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Phillips.
W. H. Lane, 31. D Physician and
Surgeon, specialist Eye,. Ear, Nose and
Throat. Law Library Building, Ocala,
See those nice desk blotters, bound
in leather, just the thing for the busi business
ness business man. The SPECIALTY SHOP, A.
E. Gerig. 22-3t
sites. Bums, Bruises, Cats, Old Sores,
ALL SMN TROUBLES APPLY
oothM. disinfects ml : heal. Keep
otUe always ready. Ak jrour dealer if It.
In subdivision and sale oi
farms ancl plantations, also
city property, disolation ol
partnership and "adminstra "adminstra-tlon
tlon "adminstra-tlon sale.
MJCI M CflMMlY
We are the people that sell
farms and lots ol farms and"
lots, my! my! If yon want to
sell your farm list it ivilh us
and Idss it good-by.
Home Office Ansley Hotel
Jbo. P. Ofjlcsbyi
SIGNS OF ALL HINDS
P. O. BOX 233
Corner Oklawsiui Ave. and Orange Street
CHRISTMAS SHOW CARDS and SALE BANNERS
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