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OCALA, FLORIDA, TUESDAY, DECEMBER 30, 1919.
VOL. 2G, NO. 311
CASE SAID TO
ASK THE DEATH PENALTY
FOR SELLING WOOD ALCOHOL
Department of Justice Has Been
Probing Alleged Leak from Su Supreme
preme Supreme Court Decisions
' (Associated Press)
Washington, Dec. 30.Eyidence
gathered Jay the department of jus justice
tice justice relative to an alleged leak in de decisions
cisions decisions of the United States supreme
court will be submitted to a federal
grand jury here in January, it was
anrounced today at, the department of
justice. The government's 'case is
practically complete, ; officials said.
The nature of the evidence obtained
was not disclosed, except that" offic officials
ials officials predicted it would be "conclus "conclusive.'
ive.' "conclusive.' ".'
DUTCH CUSTOMS CHANGE
The Hague, Dec. 8. (Correspond (Correspondence
ence (Correspondence of the Ass?ciated Press.) The
ideals and ideas of Dutch women, for
centuries confinde to children, kitchen
and church, have undergone a change
and daughters of the land of
windmills and canals are making a
stiong fight for .their rights. :
Several great ; organizations have
been formed for 'improvement of the
conditions of women, With the re-
visiozi of the Dutch constitution last'didacy of General Leonard A. Wood
year, women obtained full suffrage j
and the result is that mow there are
women in nearly every.town council.
Realizing, however, .that the pos possession
session possession of the vote alone does not de decide
cide decide the lot of women, the promoters
of the movement are now seeking to
bring about changes in the laws and
regulations which discriminate against
the sex economically and socially.
"According to the Dutch law," said
Mrs; Wijnandts Francken, one of the
leaders of thex women's movement,
"the father has practically 'all the
. say about the education of the chil children.
dren. children. He decides as to their future,
consents to their, marriage and may
send them wherever he likes. Of
course, this is of no importance what whatever
ever whatever in a good marriage, where father
and mother together debate about
such things, i but: this power of ; "the 1
father may easily be abused.. I know
of seevral cases in which the father
deliberately took a child away and
hid it" from its mother, without the
latter being able to do anything
against this course, as the law was
on the side of the father. V
' "Another thorn in the flesh of the
Dutch women is that she must prom promise
ise promise obedience to her husband in the
vow of marriage. Now, please don't
think that these women are averse to
rule and order. They only want to be
the equals of their husbands, not their
"As things are now, a Dutch wom
an has-to suffer almost anything from
a tyrannical husband and nothing
short of adultery or bodily ill usage
can rid her of his despotism.
"One of the greatest obstacles these
women leaders; nave to overcome tis
the conservatism of the old-fashioned
women; who, especially in the rural
districts, form a great part of the
population. But the women who are
righting for the betterment : of their
sex hope in the end to succeed in
conquering this prejudice."
CLEMENCEAU THE ;
Paris, Dec. 30. Political' circles be
lieve the name of Georges Clemeneeau
will be the only one submitted to par
liament when the election for presi president
dent president takes pace, according to the
Echo de Paris. r '.
ALLIED HOPES UP AGAIN
Paris, Dec. 30. Hopes have again
been raised in supreme council circles
of an early exchange of ratifications
of the treaty of Versailles. The end
of the first week in January is given
no-.-Vis-the probable date when the
f" ;Awill be put into effect. v
rA ... ;V. :
-"and Mrs. Fred Titchener of
Detroit. Mich., are announcing the
Wfdval of twins, two lovely baby
. w : 1" i tt i
gins, mis announcement win De re received;
ceived; received; with a great deal of interest in
this city, as the latter as Miss Mae
Stein is a former Ocala girl.
Select Stationery in Holiday boxes
at Gerig's Drug Store. 12-tf
The most complete, line of Thermos
Bottles we have ever displayed. Come
i nazid see them. Gerig's Drug.tSore.
Careful Estimates made on all Cop
tract work. Gives More and Better
Work for the Money than any other
contractor in the city.
Is Maneuvering to Make Better Terms
for Germany from the
.. (Associated. Press V j
Paris, Monday, Dec. 29.--Kurt Von
Lersner, head of the German dele delegation,
gation, delegation, called today on Secretary Du Du-tasta,
tasta, Du-tasta, of the peace conference. Great
reserve was maintained as to the
subject discussed and it is only known
that Von Lersner did not bring a
German reply to the last note from
the Allies. It-is generally understood,
however that Germany is inclined to
sign the protocol to the peace treaty
on condition that guarantees be given
regarding possible reductions as to
the quantity of dock and harbor ma material
terial material to be handed over in compen compensation
sation compensation for the "German warships sunk
at Scapa Flow.
WORKING FOR WOOD
Headquarters for His Organization
Have Been Established'
Chicago, (Dec. 30. Headquarters of
the organization promoting the can-
for the republican presidential nomi-
nation were established today at the
Congress Jlotel. William C. Proctor,
of Cincinnati, took charge of the
EVIDENT IN ENGLAND
. (Associated Press)
London, Dec, 30.- A tendency to to-war
war to-war dlarge combinations in business
i sbecoming evident in England. En Enterprises
terprises Enterprises in which promoters have re recently
cently recently been, effecting amalgamations
are moving production, banking, res restaurant,
taurant, restaurant, baking and confectionary
business, "chain" stores and drug
stores and shoe-making.
FINE PICTURES STOLEN
Berlin, Dec. 30. Burglars have
stolen six paintings, valued at" 100,000
marks," from the picture gallery of the
Pfalace of Sans Souci, according to the
DANCING ON THE WANE
London, Dec. 30. Jazz band pro proprietors
prietors proprietors are somewhat gloomy just
nowr fearing that the dancing boom
may not last much longer. One pro proprietor
prietor proprietor says that the men he sends
out nightly return with very gloomy
reports. The attendance is not so
good as' recently in the suburbs, but
in the west proprietors of large danc
ing halls say that the craze will last
for at least five years.
TWO VETERANS DEAD
V (Associated Press)
Washington, Dec. 30. Major Gen
eral Thomas H. Barry, retired, for former
mer former commander of the central de department
partment department and the department 'of the
east; died in Walter Reed hospital
here this morning after a three-
weeks illness. Uraemic poisoning
was the direct cause of death.
REAR ADMIRAL PILLSBURY
Rear Admiral John E. Pillsbury,
retired; dropped dead at his home
DID AWAY WITH
- THE DIFFICULTIES
Paris, Dec, 30. Difficulties arising
botwen the Allies and Germany con
cerning the transportation of Allied
troops to regions where plebiscites
are to be held were removed at a con conference
ference conference of exprts yestrday, says the
HAPGOOD INTENDS TO
(Associated Press) s
Washington, Dec. 30. It was an announced
nounced announced at the White House today
that Norman Hapgood, whose appoint appointment
ment appointment as minister to Denmark has not
been confirmed by the Senate, had
tendered his resignation to the presi president
dent president two weeks ago with the request
that it be accepter "quickly," so he
could answer the charges made by
Harvey's Weekly that he had sought
financial assistance in this country
for the Russian soviet authorities.
The resignation was accepted.
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
'. : ; ; r
The best winter hog and cow pas
ture is rye rape and oats. At Ocala
Seed Store. 13-tT
Atlanta, Dec. 30. Calling on Con Congress
gress Congress to provide more rigid enforce enforcement
ment enforcement of the prohibition laws to pre prevent
vent prevent loss of life through wood alcohol
more than one hundred southern dry
leaders passed a resolution to that
effect yesterday. The resolution,
which was introduced by H. C Clarke,
southern campaign director for the
Anti-Saloon League, also called for
the death penalty for those found
guilty of selling wood alcohol in whis whisky
ky whisky and also demanded greater activ activity
ity activity on the part of government, state
and city authorities in enforcing the
law. The concluding paragraph of
the resolution states "The prohibition
enforcement conference respectfully
calls the attention of the Congress of
the United States to the existing con conditions
ditions conditions and inost earnestly urges that
sufficient funds and a sufficient num number
ber number of law enforcement officers be pro provided
vided provided to insure proper enforcement of
the laws now on the statute books to
make possible a repetition of this
! Christmas tragedy." Among those
who voted for the resolution were
Gen. N. B. Forrest of Biloxi, Miss.,
commander of th6 Anti-Saloon League
of America and credited with procur procuring
ing procuring the passage of the national pro prohibition
hibition prohibition amendment; Judge Nash R.
Broyles, chief justice of the Georgia
court of appeals. Dry leaders were
present from Georgia, South Caro Carolina,
lina, Carolina, Mississippi, Alabama, Tennessee,
Florida and Virginia.
FIGHT AT A FUNERAL
Seems Like Some of that American
Rum has Arrived in
Havana, Dec. 30 Thirty-three per persons
sons persons were injured, several seriously,
in yesterday's encounter between the
police and a -disorderly crowd during
the progress of a funeral through, the
city, according to an official estimate
UNCLE SAM HAS JOBS
FOR DISABLED SOLDIERS
Washington, Dec. 30. Soldiers who
arc partially disabled from wounds
received in the war are to be assisted
in finding employment in civil posi positions
tions positions under the war department, ac according
cording according to information received from
the U. S.- Civil Service Commission.
It is stated that the war depart
mcnt, the federal board for vocational
education, and: the civil service com-;
mission will within a short time have
completed a plan they have had under
consideration for 4 some time, one of
co-operation whereby the employ employment
ment employment under the war department of
partially disabled soldiers; including
those who ordinarily would be barred
from civil positions because of their
physical condition, will be facilitated
in every way possible, and which will
permit the employment of partially
disabled men on the same basis as
those who have not sustained physical
The war aepartment has consider
ably more than 100,000 civilian em employees
ployees employees in its various establishments,
and it is believed by government of-
ficials that this large force can ab-
sorb several thousand partially dis
abled men without serious detriment
to the service.
The civil service commission states
that a circular setting forth the-plan
in full will be ready for distribution in
two or three weeks.
COST OF LIVING HIGH;
COST OF DYING HIGHER
- Berwick, Eng., Dec. 30 The cost of
living in Odessa is about 300 times
more than before the war, says Miss
Russell, sister of the local .food con controller,
troller, controller, who has just "returned from
that Russian city. She lived there for
twe and one-half years.,
A pair of boots, she says, cost from
2000 to 3000 rubles a year's salary
and a dress was only to be had at a
similar ruinous figure. In Odessa the
day before she left the English pound
was equivalent to 800 rubles instead
of less than ten as in pre-war days.
"The bolsheviki," she explained,
"are communists and the principle of
th communists is everything for
themselves and nothing for the rest.
The others they say have had their
turn, and they treat them with ruth ruthless
less ruthless cruelty. Life for the educated
people is utterly impossible. Those
who have money are fast eating into
their capital; those who have not are
dying" of starvation. That also is an
expensive business, for the cost of
coffins has reached a prohibitive
Remember the Ocala xchange &
Hide Co. wants your furs. 6-lm
SEASON WILL SOON
BE IN FULL SWING
Help the Board of Trade Find Accom-
modations for Visitors
The tourist season will be in full
s ing by the middle of next week. The
secretary of the Board of Trade an
ticipates serious difficulty in accom accommodating
modating accommodating the visitors to Ocala this
season. The Board of Trade is revis
ing1 its list of rooms and boarding
places, and requests that any one in
the city having rooms or taking board
ers place a description of their rooms
on file in the Board of Trade room. In
listing rooms with the Board of Trade,
u is requested mat me street aaaress
be given, size of room, whether heated
or not, and rate by the week or month.
It should be stated whether or not
there is a bath in connection with the
room. There is a demand especially
for suites of two or three rooms for
i Any person having rooming accom
modations of any kind is requested to
file a list of the same with the Board
pf Trade as soon as they see this no
THIRD TIME EVER FAILS
Perhaps D'Annunzio Will Learn Pop
ular Will from the Next
Rome, Dec. 30. D'Annunzio
ordered a new plebiscite at Fiume to
determine the future of the city, ac according
cording according to the Epeca. Tvh plebiscites
have already been held.
OF OPENING THE YEAR
SliOt Fourteen Thousand of Their
Non-Friends in First Three
Months of 1919
(Associated Press X
Berne, Deec. 30 Fourteen thousand
pt-rsons were shot by the bolsheviki
of Russia during the first three
mcnths of 1919, by order of the ex extraordinary
traordinary extraordinary committee at Moscow, ac according
cording according to an official note published in
the bolsheviki organ Isvestia of Mos Moscow,
cow, Moscow, says a dispatch received here.
AN EARLY BIRD
Pierre, Dec. 30. Senator Hiram
Johnson of California, today filed
with the secretary of state the an announcement
nouncement announcement of his candidacy for the
republican presidential nomination.
He will be an independent candidate
for endorsement at the South Dakota
primary in March.
RESCUED FROM THE WRECK
. (Associated Press)
St. Johns; N. F.. Dec 30. Three
men were rescued today from the
wreck of the Belgian steamer Anton
Van Driel, which struck the rocks at
the entranec to St. Mary's Bay at
midnight Sunday. They are the only
I M At- M A. A.. :
survjvors oi uie crew ox iwen-nme.
Miss Elizabeth Bell of Blueflelds,
Va., a trained nurse, who has recent recently
ly recently been in the employ of Dr. Coogler
of Brooksville, was brought to the
Marion county hospital yesterday un
der unusual circumstances. It seems
that Miss Bell left Brooksville the
other day, on her way home, and the
next know nof her she was found in
the woods unconscious some miles
nort hof town by Isaiah Hart, a color
ed man, who took her to his home and
notified the sheriff's office. Deputies
Gordon and Perkins went out to
Hart's place and brought Miss Bell to
the hospital. The young lady seems
to have had an attack of illness, step stepped
ped stepped off the train and wandered into
the woods. She was well dressed and
had $40 in cash and a check for $63
from Dr. Coogler. She partly recov recovered
ered recovered consciousness this morning but
not enough to talk.
Of the Annual Meeting of the Stock Stockholders
holders Stockholders of the. Metropolitan Savings
Bank of Ocala.
To the Stockholders of the Metro Metropolitan
politan Metropolitan Savings Bank of Ocala: No
tice is hereby given that on Tuesday,
Jan. 20th, 1920, at 8 o'clock p. at
the office of the above named company
in we city ox ucaia, ria., we annual
meeting will be held.
This 29th day of December, 1919.
R. R. Williams, Acting President.
Attest: Frank P. Gadson, Cashier.
Rye, rape and oats. Get our prices
before : buying. The Ocala Seed
Twenty Sellers of Wood Alcohol Ar Ar-rested
rested Ar-rested Today in Massachusetts
Chicopee' Falls., Mass., Dec. 30w
Twenty arrests have been made today
i nthis state and Connecticut in con con-nectio
nectio con-nectio nwith the distribution of liq liquor
uor liquor containing wood alcohol, which
caused the death of at least fifty fifty-seven
seven fifty-seven men and women in this vicinity
Misses Dorothy and Marie Hick Hickman,
man, Hickman, who with their mother. Mrs.
Napoleon Hickman, are making their
heme in Ocala for the winter, having
apartments at the home of Mrs. Kate
Brinhley on Fort King avenue, very
dtlightfully entertained this afternoon
the "A" Club of which they are mem members
bers members and club guests.
The rooms were decorated through throughout
out throughout with quantities of poinsettias, ev ev-ornaments
ornaments ev-ornaments which signified the yule yule-tido
tido yule-tido spirit and season.
The young ladies' were invited to
come to a guessing game, which was
very cleverly prepared and proved
highly amusing, occupying the atten attention
tion attention of the gathering for several
hours, as the questions on cards for
each one present to answer were most
fitting and personal to each. Unique
t?.lly cards were civen to keep the
answers straight, and the one most
successful in answering the questions
was presented with a gorgeous bou bou-coii
coii bou-coii cap.
But there was more cordial interest
present at this guessing party, and
this interest was manifest as the
guests entered the dining room,
where cupids and hearts were very
much in evidence. This room was
most attractive and particularly love lovely
ly lovely in its simplicity. The dining table
was covered with a handsome Span Spanish
ish Spanish duncheon cloth. Silver candle candlesticks
sticks candlesticks with lighted candles and sil silver
ver silver bon-bon dishes filled with choc chocolates
olates chocolates were .on. th eatable, while from
the shade over the electric lamp were
suspended many jrold cupids and
hearts, interspersed here, and there
with "asparagus fern. Directly under
this was a huge silver basket full of
cnrysaninemums, me ua&Kei. nauuie
being tied with white tulle. A bride's
cake, beautifully decorated with a
Cupid pointed to the initials 'A. A."
and "R. L. A." thereon. Then all in interest
terest interest centered "around the announce announcement
ment announcement of the engagement of Miss Adela
Ax to Mr. R. L. Anderson Jr.
Miss Ax was overwhelmed with
compliments and congratulations,
which she received in her charming
manner. She is the only child of Mr.
and Mrsl Christian Ax, who have been
regular winter visitors to our town
for many years, and she is one of the
best beloved and most popular young
ladies that Ocala has ever claimed as
er own. Mr. Anderson, we all know,
always an Ocala boy, is one of our
most highly esteemed young men,
having made a splendid record thru
school and college and later won pro
motion to the rank of major during
the war and is now mayor-elect of
the city. Their many friends will ex-
Una oest wisnes to wis popular
young couple for their future happi
Assisting the Misses Hickman in
serving were Misses Charlotte and
Anita Chazal. A frozen nut and cel celery
ery celery salad, crackers and candy were
served in the dining room, after which
the beautiful bride's cake was cut,
first by Miss Ax and then by each one
of the guests. In the cake were the
rincr. thimble and penny, and the
hope of possessing one of these tokens
caused much excitement. With the
cake ice cream was served.
- The afternoon with the Misses
Hickman was one of the loveliest en
tertainments of the season. At its
conclusion Miss Ax was presented
with a beautiful bride's book by the
A CARD FROM SIR, MUNROE
To the Public: During the sickness
of Mr. Chambliss, friends and neigh neighbors
bors neighbors desiring to make inquiry as to
his condition will please address the
undersigned either by letter or in
pei son, and information will be cheer cheerfully
fully cheerfully given at any time.
Automobile drivers are particularly
requested to drive quietly in passing
up and down Fort King avenue and
Herbert street. T. T. Munroe.
Notice is hereby given 'that the an
nual meeting of the stockholders of
the Ocala Knitting and Manufactur
ing Company will be held at the office
of the company in Ocala. Fla on
Tuesday, January 13th, 1920, at 7 p.
m. W. M. Martin, President.
A. St. Geo. Richardson, Secy.
Reported that Poland Has Marshaled
j an Army Along the Border
Rome, Dec. 30. Poland has its en entire
tire entire army marshalled along the Rus Russian
sian Russian frontier to form a barrier against
the western spread of bolshevism. ac according
cording according to an interview with Cardinal
Karkawski, archbishop of Warsaw,
printed in the Corriere DTtalia.
READY TO RESUME
1 BUSINESS WITH GERMANY
The Hague, Dec. 4. (Correspond
ence of the Associated Press.) Trade
conferences between bankers, merch
ants and salesmen of the Entente
countries and central powers have
succeeded the mysterious gatherings
of spies in the hotels here and at Am
sterdam. The iron, steel, shoes, ships
and sealing wax of commerce are the
topics instead of the routes of sub submarines,
marines, submarines, troop ships and food ships.
Whatever may be the opinion in
America, or England, or France, re regarding
garding regarding resumption of business with
Germany and Austria, the representa representatives
tives representatives of the business concerns of
those countries show nothing but a
keen desire for such trade at the con conference
ference conference here.
The other day, at one of the
Hague hotels the groups seated in the
lobby, engaged in earnest conversa conversation
tion conversation on trade subjects, included: One
English ship owner and director of
one of Germany's biggest trans-Atlantic
lines; two, Belgian banker and
automobile manufacturer; three, Am American
erican American traveling salesman and Hun Hungarian
garian Hungarian general importer.
All of them so far as the? corres correspondent
pondent correspondent could judge from the frag fragment
ment fragment sof their conversation that came
to his ears, were on friendly terms
and keen for business.
A FAMOUS MUSKET
London, Dec 30. The musket said
to have been given to Alexander Sel Selkirk
kirk Selkirk when he was put ashore on the.
island of Juan Fernandez, 400 mile3
off the Chilean coast, has been going
j the rounds of British museums. It
was Selkirk's adventures upon which
was based DeFoe's famous story,
Robinson Crusoe. The musket. is in
scribed with the name of "A. Selkirk
Largo, 1771." It was purchased by
Randolph Berens, for $6.25 but the
owner has insured it for $10,000. Sel Selkirk
kirk Selkirk owned a tavern near Clapham,
but died in 1723 at sea as a lieuten
ant aboard a naval vessel.
TOO FEW CIVIL
The Civil Service Commission in
vites special attention to the fact that
in examinations held recently in Ocala
and other cities throughout the coun
try, for apprentice fish culturists,
bureau of fisheries, for local and as assistant
sistant assistant inspectors of boilers and hulls,
steairiboat inspection service, and for
physical laboratory helpers, proof
readers, graphotype operators, ad ad-dressograph
dressograph ad-dressograph operators and mimeo mimeograph
graph mimeograph operators, departmental serv service.
ice. service. Washington, D. C, applicants
were not secured in the number de desired,
sired, desired, and that the examinations will
again be held on January 1, 1920. Per Persons
sons Persons interested in these or other ex examinations
aminations examinations should apply to the secre secretary
tary secretary of the U. S. Civil Service board
at the local postoffice for detailed in information
formation information and application blanks.
A few of those games left. Better
come in and get yours. Gerig's Drug
STRAYED One dark Jersey, half
sauare cut from ear; one Jersey and
Kolstein, short crooked horns. Notify
H. W. Helmas. Route A, Box ISO, An
Iclver i MacKay
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John D. Rockefeller Jr. and his
daughter are spending a few weeks
at Palm Beach. ?
ly voted against it. So the Star will
say again that if what the people of
the county really want t can be ascer ascertained,
tained, ascertained, a county bond issue instead of
one for a road district can be carried.
We have heard so many people from
cut that way express themselves in
the same manner Mr. George does
that we think he is fairly representa representative.
tive. representative. Mr. George says that neither he
nor his friends opposejthe.Dixie high highway,
way, highway, but they want to be linked with
it by Teal, sure-enough good roads
laid thru the most populous" sections.
We don't think it .likely that .the
demand, of the "drys," in Atlanta as
sembled, as told in a dispatch else elsewhere!,
where!, elsewhere!, that Uhe death penalty be in
flicted for selling wood alcohol will be
granted. Under our laws, which can't
safely be changed, a human being can
be put to death 'only on evidence that
he. has., with intent to kill .taken the
life of another hnman. But every" every"-body
body every"-body knows woodV alcohol is a deadly
poison, and those .who, sell mixtures
of it for beverages morally if not
legally deserve death. Those detect detected,
ed, detected, in making, or, selling, the stuff can
be severely punished under the ; pres present
ent present law, meantime, people who have
ho better sense than to drink alcoholic
mixtures offered to .them. by irrespon
sible people had better, die., and get
out of the way of people.who possess
& moderate, amount .of discretion.
PALM BEACH COUNTY
The Christmas celebration in Palm
Beach county, conceived in the fertile
and philanthropic brain of Joe Ear Ear-man,
man, Ear-man, and carried out by his efforts,
which, incited many f others to co cooperation,
operation, cooperation, and .vigorous vibrations
which were felt in various parts of
the. state .(Ocala .for one), ...was so
unique among Christmases as to make
interesting to all the following de description
scription description from the Palm Beach Post:
Was there ever such a Christmas as
this? No; for in Palm Beach county
this ,year Christmas was, not celebrat celebrated
ed celebrated in ; the customary manner; not in a
commonplace manner, anyway. There
were customary things, and the
homely incidents, and the historic
ceremonies,but on so grand a scale
as to give the celebration sweeping
majesty. Crisp weather in the semi
tropics; religious festival, and pagan
. 1 t
practice; tourists ana otner people
from all parts of the earth mingling
with the "cracker' folk; 4000 children
served with presents from 28 Christ Christmas
mas Christmas trees. throughout the .county; re
vival, of Christmas carol singing;
sense ,of humility brought to- the
proudVjcheer to the distressed, friends
to .the .friendless, and welcome to
homeless : these were elements of
Palm .'Beach county's 1919 Christmas.
. A community. Christmas tree in the
city ,park. Christmas eve brought peo
ple and. hearts together as they were
never., brought together, here before.
No attraction ever drew together in
Our energetic little contemporary,
the Summerfield Chronicle, sends 'us
good wishes for New Year, and we
certainly heartily reciprocate.
Joe Earman wasn't forgotten on
v Christmas day. He received the gift
Jot a' handsome watch from the chil chil-dren
dren chil-dren of Palm eBach county, and says
he will wear it the rest of his life.
,.We hope Joe and the.. watch will both
r last a Jong. time.
, Mr. J. H. Brinson, superintendent of
t schools, gave us the following story,
..which shows hom independent the
.country people in many parts of Mar Mar-.
. Mar-. ion county are and how little the h.
c. of 1. affects them. Mr. Brinson. his
wife and their two younger children 1
, spent 'Christmas, day at a family re reunion
union reunion at the home of Mr. J. N. Brin Brinson
son Brinson near Eureka. Not only members
pf the, Brinson family but several
neighbors, to the number of fifty ; or
more were present. They had a great
picnic, dinner out under the trees, and
most of the good things the long
v table groaned "under were of Marion
i county product. The day before, the
huriters had gone across jthe. river into
the scrub and returned with two fine
deer, which in steaks and roasts
adorned points of vantage on the
, table. There were plates heaped high
with fish, fresh caught from the river
and well-browned 1 turkeys on wide
" dishes. There were bowls of purlo, in
the rice of which were bogged not only
the customary chicken but duck and
, quail, combining a delicious flavor.
There were all. the vegetables of .the
season, hot cornbread and home-made
butter, potatoes firm as bread and
sweet as sugarcane.' There were cakes
and pies galore, with coffee and plenty
. of milk and all the sugar one .wanted.
Everything i iiv the feast came from
Marion county or was paid for with
ft Marion county produce. Everybody
twas feasted and had a good time and
. it makes (one realize the restless
spirit of humanity to know that some
people "will' leave such" a pretty and
self -sufficient i region to wander, away
intothe rougher, the artificial and
Jcompetition-vexed parts' of the world.
Our friend Mr. J. B. George of
. Morriston t was in town Monday V and
; opened hist heart to us on the subject
of good roads. .What Mr. George says
t esto'connnwhatthe Star has said,
; that the people out that way want, good
t roads and will vote money for. them,
but thVy'did not approve the plan laid
out for the bond issue and consequent-.
The Tampa Times says that the
sentiment for a state democratic con convention
vention convention is growing. It will take some
thing like a revolution to have a state! the county so many people as gather
convention now. The only way to do U tu. at the nark to witness the His
it will be for a large Dooyoi prom- trihution of, gifts to near 1500 chil chil-inent
inent chil-inent democrats to get together, have drcn from ahes in arms to youth,
a convention, nominate a ticket jind This was, one .of the 28 Christmas
fight it out with the -other faction, trees from which, were distributed the
There are too many paperbacks in presents bought with funds the
the state executive committee to call S0Urces .of which have been acknowl acknowl-a
a acknowl-a convention, and nothing else has eded from time to time through the
the power. The "revolution won t coiuinng ot the pami Beach Post. An
come tms year, umn may m ; I organization perfected to the last de
gree of, thoroughness extended from
Taking, the census begins Friday, j the county's long coast line to the
unier reaches of the Everclades and
A man named Hump Barlow I through .the "flatwoods' so that the
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writes ior wie -jacKsonviue jsxetrop-i Lcristmas spirit reacned into every
olis a beautiful, story about tne con-1 home and touched every child.
cccuon oi moonsnine m ueorsia n-i cromi,uj vn -p.
.a.M... """"- ry. i tia and datura .streets and the streets
the liquor., when brewed, is poured protected against 'other travel, the
into rseasonea goura cups. xnis.tsx- ?f
pression. gives Mr. Barlow. away. Itl.i, mXu n nuls:nt, ;n:
happens that we were brought up f in as nothing else than magic could
that ponntrv otirself and we can I: i
testify that raw. moonshine right from j u
Immortal Melodies Evolved by tlftsttra
While Thslr Fingrs WanderW
Idly Ovtr th Kays.
A story l told of Mendelssohn to
the effect that the charming arpejxlo
figure in tho Spring song of his "Song
Without Words, came to him en a
day when he played with his children
at the piano, and allowed them to
catch, his hands, as they wandered
over the keys;, and it. Is a fact, that
many, of our most beautiful musical
productions owe their origin to extem extemporizing
porizing extemporizing on. the piano.
This ,1s not to be wondered at for
Lmany of our, greatest musicians have
poured out their heart deepest feel
ings as their fingers hare flitted, in a
desultory fashion, over the keys, pro producing
ducing producing corresponding cotes and chorda
to ( their ever-changing moods; finding
at the keyboard a vent for their. In Inmost
most Inmost thoughts and desires, often meet meeting
ing meeting with that triumphant response that
time can never diminish.
Wo can see in the .works of Chopla
and Schumann a : proof that In tho
piano is the -origin of many of their
most beautiful productions, while in
the great symphonies of the old mas masters
ters masters their shape, form, and color have
been gained at the piano where their
fingers rwandered Idly over tho noisy
Thl9. Is net, so, hard to, understand
when wo consider that .the method of
composing a melody is. in essence, but
the picking. out and assimilating some
melodic tune to which the harmony is
afterward added. From this primitive
Instinct is ultimately produced the Im Immortal
mortal Immortal tone pictures of the great musicians.
the still; would burn a hole in a
7he Christmas, spirit had added
I .i 1 ll .1 1 m
gourd-nobody brought up in North Vi T VLii : nf thl
Georgia everheard of a fgourd enp-' C. H. Ellis and J. E. Bell, of the
-- j Southern Utilities Company; they
At any rate the "prohibitionists did made the tree, gleam .with fairy beau beau-not
not beau-not abolish Christmas.---Times-Union. aduts as .well as expectant chil chil-xr.
xr. chil-xr. AA s- .n dren gasped with palpitant hearts as
2LZ2J f they looked on it.
. 1 Director H. H. Curtis had assembled
Now it is stated that 'Clemencean i e embewf .the West Palm
wiU be the next president of France, feacn I0ur Part e f11'
but it is not. yet known who will be ; the Payed while the
v- ;?f f fha TTtnifP? children marched down the streets to
ff T?-TTniv the;park. Rev. L. A. Wye, of Holy
tw io' o' rotW Pfl -arhft I Trinity church, led in saying the
v. -f : Lord's prayer; then he read the Epis-
won t be. v t copal,prayer service; Dr. C. H. Petti-
The road to helVis paved with good bone, of the Congregational church,
infPtitioTis and as fast as one nave- t'ave, a Christmas story, and the high
,f TOOQW ,if Tiftfhp. i rnHvrtoschooboys.and girls sang,
take its place. Times-Union. Did youlmow that Santa Claus has
t- twt la brother? Well, he has. No one had
fV y " I heard of Santa Claus brother unti
if w tn TYiftkfl nflnpr outlnow; for of course there is only one
of : sugar-cane pomace, Florida should ?ana Qausk. Maybe thebrother helps
be able to supply home demand and make the Christmas toys. He never
then some. 1 came, out from the Santa Claus home
. LLt until; for big Christmas i eve in
General .Wood hasn't said., anything West Palmeach, when he helped his
n!rp ahont General Pershmir's boom. I fotner aisiriouie me presents.
but maybe .that is because General
Pershing hasn't said anything nice
about General Wood's boom.- Clear-
. f t .-,
Both Wood and Pershing are
of. higher class than to xnake
such fool remarks.
moss de. CDvt5 Cia -rwu'
ovKttsst.. Cttciaseo -two )
CAVV v&. K Ov SVJMDKHS.
- 3iV X M
Up and along a bridge on the south
side of the Christmas tree 1563 chu
dren marched and received each a
package, from Santa Claus and his
men I brother. The packages varied as to
anT I contents, as became the varying ages
oi..wie jcnuaren, duc iney were oi equal
value, the same contents for all of the
GOT INSPIRATION AT PIAliO
HINTS FOR TlTE
Tii. fcrtlcfcovilr? havA cantered alcni"ren. oi- me same graae, wiin a
w r TTftVnftW Venerala andlProper difference in contents for boys
some guns- St. Petersburg' Independ- and girls. Tie teachers in the schools
' m ' ' 'I assisted Mrs. Clara Stvnman m mar-
w KaIiava lntt didnt I snaung tne cnnaren in line. Ana an
w& .nv ffonprflk line wnue me Dana piayea unurmgiy.
I T .L!lj
I .Bqiac vl wo cniiurcn piayea a
Wnniii "Tati ifiriita in a Barroom" I repeater" and double-headed in their
riraw hmisea inst now in Flor-ltrip along the bridge and past the
iAf Amh' o.w!- TnornMn Palm I tree,' they did not 'fool Santa Claus,
. t- -I I tuhn Kin ri his tnm am ftTrm nn r-r
i3eacn x osx. i .ujvjfiubui uuo ui
A .simple calculation in ..mental! jn&w be tftougnt he .was fooled
arithmetic indicates that it, would a ,r.e came across again, no cniia
draw ten full houses. lwaa undeserving to be made happy in
any .way .that would make it happy.
NOTICE FOR BIDS I thia. distribution of gifts thru
ji '- I the same organization was beincr do-
On Tnesdav. January 20th, 1920,1 tlicated at 27 other Dohits in the coun-
the city, council of the dty "of Ocala, iy was inT the. minds of all ,of the
at its regular meeting, will receive spectators, for the darine magnitude
mas ior vne luruusumg ux wuo ioi a conception to emorace everv
, 4uu xx Duu.Ji. jx. ouo jr. I child in the bier countv had annAalAH
Stoam Turbine Generator get I .r.
Trfi SW :RfpAm Con- n wnaginauon.o! au oi tne read
Sr fnr same : Cf, the.POSt.
such bids to be made pursuant to and inererwas a present for only one
in accordance with specifications adplL Santa Claus discoyered on the
therefor; now; on file with cfty tree a goljj watch for Joe L. Earman,
clerk of the citv of Ocala. ,;' whose ponTiertinn wit oAf
;ine ciiy.coTOcu reserves, wUe Kfcitribution to the children was acknowl-
its iudsrment may determine.
.....j... i CITY: OF. OCALA,
. By H.iC. Sistrunk,
12-22-4t-tues yCity lerk.
The, trouble with a good many peo people
ple people who keep hens Is that they don't
apply the rule: You can't get out of a
thing more than you put Into it This
is the way that D. H. Iteld, Wisconsin
college of agriculture, sizes up the
matter of feeding for egg production.
The hen puts Into the egg what she
is. fed, says Mr. Held. She dislikes
counterfeits, and refuses to, lay coun counterfeit
terfeit counterfeit eggs. An egg contains the same
constituents as corn and wheat, but
it has a larger percentage of protein
'ban either. Chemists find that eggs
pre simply water, proto'n and ash, and
that more than one-half the egg is wa water,
ter, water, less than one-sixth protein,1 and
about one-sixth fat.
- The ordinary hen eats about fou"
ounces of feed a day. If she were fed
on wheat alone she would receive only
enough lime. to make one eg;: every 12
days. On the other hand, .ht vou?d
have enough carbohydrates to make
three eggs a day, but as she refuses
to vary the quality of her eggs, she
will lay only as many as she has lime
for. So on a wheat diet without oys oyster
ter oyster shell, her egg production, will' bo
However, even If given oyster shell,
she would have only-enough protein
to lay one. egg. In three days, and her
egg production would still be very low.
Without the materials she needs to
lay an. egg, she simply refuses to lay.
By adding some high protein feeds, as
meat scrap and oilmeal, her ration can
be balanced so that, If she eats four
ounces of food, she gets enough pro protein
tein protein and limestone with carbohydrates
to make an egg at least two days out
of three, always providing she has wa water
ter water enough to supply the large percent percentage
age percentage necessary to the egg. Even 50 per
cent production Is considered a pay
SAVE MONEY PJ MEAT 2
Wc alv.-ays handle the best Iresli meat to bz
had and our prices are always the loivet L
Round Steak 25c Best Porl: Chops 20c
Loin Steak 30c I Pork Sausage .2Sc
Groceries, Fruit, Vegetables, Etc.
'Al JLlh Ilk
It. L. WIKLE, Manager.
Cor. Oklawaha Ave. &. Orange St.
P. O. BOX IC3
Corner Oklawaha Ave. and Orange Street
I STEAM CLEANING I
OCALA STEAM LAUNDRY
: -:- PHONE 101 -:-
SIGNS OF ALL ISNDS
and other friends, Christmas 1919."
Pans Singer, one of the large
donors to the chfldrens Christmas
fund 'this year as in previous years,
was an interested spectator of the dis distribution
tribution distribution of gifts', and' was .deeply
touched. ,MI never saw nnvtMnf 1iV
JNOtice is nereDy given wiaiuie.wi- it in .Enirland or Enrnnp"
tVo PriTTime-rrial t T Jmi Comnanv Will
l held in the offices of the company '; NEW,, YEAR, POST, CARD
on the evening of January 6th, 1S2U,
at seven -thirty o'clock, 'to transact ; Most appropriate verses, beautifully
such business as may properly com I designed. Call and see them and
before the meeting. make your selections. B. Goldman
rvv.:M. Jf aimer, aecreiary. lTLn,. x9Xr m? on
i-ovy--iAiijr -lues I
All customers of Federal Bread are Stop! Have you tried Federal Bread,
satisfied customers. Ask them. tf. :itbe best bread in the world.1: 20-tf
J. II. Spencer
W. IL Fedrlelc'
iocal Ageets -Hof tlae OM .EleMaMe
Announces that they are now Handling Storage Batteries and
maintain, a fully equiped service station for recharging batteries.
Complete Hue of GOODYEAR and UNITED STATES Tires and
Tubes. All kinds of Automobile Accessories, and a full line of
parts for the BUICK. s
JU)liJ -jj .Li
Acetylene Welding Oiii Specialty
MP A IT. A (R&& WNfcmW. W(M$V&
SPENCER & PEDIUCK, Proprietors.
" When Better Automobiles Are Built Buick Will Build Them
Ocldaxvalia Avenue and OseeolaiSL
OCALA EVENING STAB, TUESDAY, DECEMBER 30, 1919
G i JL B M A N 9
-Coffins -and Caslsets,
Day Phone 233 .' Right Phones 511 and 395
L HURST, MANAGE!!
Opi osite Court House.
YOUR CREOIT IS GOOD. "WHY PAY MORE"
M EwFyfiMeg Was As.
Clieap As 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
fee 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..
feala Ice. x FaeMIm
'iiir'"-1 rMrr m i ri -f--ra"; i. 'n hirririi m"tii n n "Hi i hm mil. inii' i m n "tmiimiwiiit1 grir- riff
ECMffiE : i
In subdivision and sale oi
farms and plantations, also
city property, disolution oi
parfnersMp and adminstra-
We are the people that sell
farms and lots ol farms and
lots, my! my! If you want to
sell your farm list it with us
and hiss it good-by.
Moms Office Aesley Hotel
If you have any society items,
Mr. and Mrs-Frank Haviland of
Belleview were. well known callers in
the city yesterday.
Mr. Robert Anderson is entertain
ing at the home of his parents,' Mr.
Plinrt V HnfFv nf Texas-
Misses Carrie Mae and Ruby Clark
of High Springs were Ocala visitors
Mrs. J. M. Douglas of Weirsdale
was a well known shopper in the city
Miss ODal Blitch of Blitchton was
in the city viisting with friends Mon
Miss Minnie E. Pfeifer of Jackson
ville, is in the city, visiting at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. F. G. B. Weihe.
Mrs. P. J. Theus' many friend3 will
regret to hear that she is ill at the
Mr. Albert Birdsey. after a week's
visit' with his wife and daughter at
the home of Col. and Mrs- J. M. Mar
tin, has returned to Savannah.
mmmwmmm m mm
WANTED By young, man. with tem
perate habits, room and board witn
piivate family if possible. Answer X,
P. O. Box 143. Ocala. Fla. ; 30-3t
Miss Luvylee Schoeflin of Tampa,
who is visting her aunt, Mrs. P. V.
Leavengood, has with her a friend,
Miss Josephine Perry, also of Tampa.
T Miss Fannie Guynn of Dunnellon
and Mrs. R. A. Dodd and' Misses An Annie
nie Annie and Augusta Dodd of Anthony,
were well known residents in the city
Miss Kathreen Willheit of Georgia
is the attractive guest of Miss Eloise
Henry. Miss Henry's many friends
will be delighted to learn that she will
not return to college, but will remain
in Ocaal for the winter.
MISS HARRISS HONORS
BUSSES CAMP AND AHRENS
. Jno. P. Oalesby,
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Tydings re-
himpH Christmas day from Jackson
ville. Mrs. Tydings had been in Jackr
scnville for some weeks visiting rela
tives, while Mr. Tydings went to the
city several days ago to accompany
his wife home.
Mr and Mrs. Silas Hudson and
daughter, Margaret, of Thomasville,
Ga., who motored to the city last n?
day for a visit with Mrs. Hudson's
parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Bridges,
returned yesterday to their home
after a very pleasant visit.
Mra b' T. Perdue returned Satur-l
day night from Gainesville, where she
was the Christmas guest of Dr. an4
Mrs. O. S. Clyatt. While on this visit
Mrs. Perdue enjoyed many courtesies
given in her hbme. and one of espec?
ial enjoyment was a picnic dinner
given-on the Suwanee river.
Yesterday afternoon Miss Caroline
Harriss entertained at her home in
Dunn's Highland Park in honor of
Misses Stella, Nina, Nettie and Carita
Camp and Irene Ahrens at a sewing
,The house. was elaborately, decorat decorated
ed decorated for, the occasion with Christmas
bells, poinsettias, evergreens and hol
ly. As the guests arrived, they were
met at the door by the hostess' moth mother,
er, mother, Mrs. W. W.- Harriss, who escorted
each one to. the punch table, which
was attractively arranged in the hall
with the Christmas color motif trim
mings, and where Mrs. Clarence
Camp and the hostess' aunt, Mrs. Van
Then the guests repaired to the
drawing room, f where stood receiving
the charming young hostess. Miss
LCaroline Harriss and the five honorees,
Misses Stella, nina.-.Nettie ana carita
Campand Irene Ahrens. Each of these
ladies were fascinatingly gowned and
most cordial in their manner. After
several. hours of.. the merriest and
most congenial conversation, mixed in
with a few .stitches of sewing. Miss
Harriss .served her guests .to a appe appetizing
tizing appetizing courscof moulded grapefruit
salad, olives, -crackers, and coffee.
Assisting -Miss Harriss and Mrs.
Harriss in looking after the pleasure
of the, guests, were Mrs. Albert Bird Bird-sey
sey Bird-sey and ,her -lovely, young', daughter,
Miss -Mary .Birdsey.
Miss Harriss gave, to each of. the
honorees lovely embroidered crepe de
cbene. handkerchiefs for. a remem
brance of the occasion, which-will al always
ways always be -looked backupon by every
one present .with much pleasure. The
following are. those who enjoyed the
hospitality of Miss Harriss:
Misses Stella. Nina. Nettie and
Carita Camp, Irene Ahrens. Adela
Ax, Margaret Lloyd, Alice Bullock,
Mabel Meffert, Ava Lee Edwards, Sue
Moore, Elizabeth Davis, Kathryn
Henry, Mary Burf ord, Onie Chazal,
Dorothy Hickman, Marie Hickman,
Blair Woodrow,' Callie Gissendaner,
Ellen Stripling, Helen Jones, Mary
Birdsey, Annie Davis. Eloise Henry,
Kathryn Willheit, Sarah Pearl Mar Martin
tin Martin and Mrs. 'Clarence Camp, Mrs. R.
C. Camp. Mrs. C. H. Lloyd, Mrs. Al
bert, Birdsey, Mrs. John Taylor, Mrs.
Annie Van Deman, Mrs. W. W. Har Harriss,
riss, Harriss, Mrs. J. Dickson, Mrs. H. M.
Hampton, Mrs. J. E. .Chace and Mrs.
J. H.. Hydrick.
WANTED, LOST, FOUND, FOR
SALE. FOR RENT AND SIM SIMILAR
ILAR SIMILAR LOCAL NEEDS
RATES Six line uaximura, one
time, 25c.; three times, 50c; six timet
75c; one month $3. Payable in advance.
FOUND Fur neck piece. Same can
be had by calling at this office and
paying for ad. 27-3t
FOUND Pocket book. Owner can
get same by proving property and
paying for this ad. A. L. Van Horn,
24 Ray St., Ocala, Fla. 29-6t
FURNITURE, ETC i buy and seU
second hand furniture. Experts put it
in good condition before re-selling.
Repair sewing machines, lawn mow mow-trs.
trs. mow-trs. enamel ware, etc. J. W. Hunter,
MO, 312, 314 South Main St. 23-tf
TH Properly fitted glaassea
3r. will go a long way to-
Q.ward making 1920 a
S? Sec bright, happy and pros-
DR. K. J. WEIHE,
Optometrist and Optician.
; Sec Me I
I For All ClassesiOii 2
; Stone, Bride, Wood, ;
X Building I
J. 'S. IcCasMM j
I Conlraeior S
Z Phone 446. 723 Wenona SL S
WOOD Phone 146 for all lenghths
cak or pine wood; thoroughly season seasoned.
ed. seasoned. Special price on quantity orders.
Put in your winter supply now.
Smoak's Wood Yard. 15-tf
FOR SALE (Wood Cut to Order.)
Reduce the high cost of keeping com comfortable
fortable comfortable this winter by buying your
wood cut ready to burn direct from
thfc producer, thereby saving the
profits of the city wood yard. Orders
filled anywhere in the city. Phono
30 M. C. P. Howell, Ocalal 4-m
WANTED At once, 10,000 bushels
of peanuts, any variety. We also want
your furs, hides, cotton, etc Ocala
Exchange & Hide Co., Carmichael
building, Ocala, Fla. 19-tf
I Speedy and Comfortable I
! Cars at All Hours I
A CHRISTMAS WEDDING
AT ORANGE LAKE!
WANTED To rent furnished sitting
mom and bedroom, in good neighbor
hood for man and wife. Fort King
avenue preferred. No housekeeping or
cooking. State lowest weekly, and
monthly rate, which. must be .reason .reasonable.
able. .reasonable. Address, "Desirable," care the
Evening Star. 12-30-
NQTICE TO SCOUTS
I On Christmas day at 4 o'clock p.
m.. Mr. James Murray of i Princeton,
and Miss Lenora' Burry of Orange
Lake, were married -at the home of
the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. D.
H.'Burrv. Only the family was pres
ent, the ceremony being-performed by
Rev. Thomas Williams of Citra. The
young people left- on the five o'clock
train for their home at Princeton.
Their friends had gathered at the
station to shower them, with congrat congratulations
ulations congratulations and play the- .customary
.Mr. ..Murray is .an. enterprising
vouner tomato grower at Princeton.
The bride was bora and raised in our
midst .and is 'an attractive and estim
able young woman. She .been. our
assistant postmistress for several
vears. and we shall miss her. smiling
face'.when we call for our -mail. We
congratulate Mr Murray on his choice
and the vouner couple have our hearty
wishes for a lopg and prosperous
journey, through life.
Fire rTrra A
u J bra u u
Negotiable Storage Receipts Issued oa Cotton, Automobiles, Etc
All scouts' be at the armory at 8
o'clock tonight to ;. decide about the
supper, for tomorrow evening.
EASTERN STAR NOTICE
n n mt
t i r i
i nrrvtT-c r a rTr emu
r L1VE STOCK,
FIATS OS, rJAIiliAlilj,
LONG DISTANCE MOVING :
P. O. BOX 606
LETTERHEADS, BILLHEADS, CARDS.
CIRCULARS, FOLDERS. FINE BOOKLETS, ETC.
VE NEVER DISAPOINT A CUSTOMER ON A
PROMISE. YOU GET THE JOB WHEN ITS DUE.
If the other fellow can make advertising pay w,hy not you? Call phone. 51.
Aertise and get Results.
There will be a special meeting
Wednesday. at 7:30. o'clock, called for
the purpose of mitiation and a imi
attendance is desired.
. Susie Cook, W. M.,
GOLF TEA TOMORROW
Tomorrow afternoon at 4:80 o'clock,
Mrs.! Clifton Camp will be hostess to
tli p. 'first trolf tea civen this season at
thf. Ocala Country Club and she cor
dially invites all members to be pres
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Sells of Co
lumbus, Ohio, arrived in the city last
Friday, remaining until yesteraay. as
cmpsta of the latter's sisters, Mrs- C.
and "Miss Annie Davis.
proceeding to Orlando, wnere xney
will spend the winter. Mr. and Mrs.
Sells made this trip m tneir auto
W. H. Lane, M. D rbyttfeim asd
Surgeon, specialist, Eye, Ear, Nose and
Throat. Law Library Building, Ocala,
Mr. C. W. White returned to San San-ford
ford San-ford yesterday to accompany his
wife and daughter to Ocala. where
they will in the future reside; Mr.
White being the new pastorof the
Methodist church. They will move
their household goods from Sanford
by auto truck, and are expected to
arrive this afternoon. Ocala wel welcomes
comes welcomes this estimable family.
We buy all kinds of furs. Ocala
Exchange and Hide Co. 6-lm
Waterman's Ideal Fountain Pens on
sale every day at Ceng's Drug Store
Calvary. Dec. 29.- Mrs. J." W. Mor
rison was able, to be out to Sunday
school .yesterday after a sick spell.
Everybody seems to be recovering
from, their bad colds.
The Calvary school house was beau
tifully, decorated by Misses Effie Sher
wood and Dollie Morrison and. a love lovely
ly lovely Christmas tree was brought by" Mr.
G. K. Cobra.
Miss Effie Sherwood has gone to her
home at Sparr to spend the Christmas
vacation with her mother.
The Christmas program was an ex
ceedingly good one. .The children
looked their sweetest and their reci
tations were lovely. Old Santa Claus
was as funny as we -have ever seen
him and the children had a good time.
Every one present seemed to enjoy the
occasion immensely. There could not
have been a more enjoyable Christ
mas anywhere. The program start started
ed started about '7:30 and lasted until mid midnight.
night. midnight. Mr. Earl Crosby, Misses Lottie and
Jessie Morrison and Mr. and Mrs. A.
O. Smith and Audrey and Mr. and
Mrs. M. J. Morrison spent Christmas
with Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Morrison and
Miss Dollie Morrison.
Mr. and 'Mrs. :M. J. Morrison went
toT.Martel Christmas evening to spend
the remainder of the day with Mrs.
Morrison's parents, Mr. and Mrs. J.
L. Miller. ?
Mr. and Mrs. John Knoblock spent
Cbristma3 with relatives in Shady.
!Mr. L. L. Horne has gone to Geor Georgia
gia Georgia to place his son, Jack Horne, in
school.. We wish Master Jack all suc success
cess success in his new school. Mr. Horne was
to have returned yesterday.
Mr. Ebbie Hugh.' Douglas and Mr.
Harold Smith were callers in Cal
We are sorry to say that Mrs. Carl
Buhl is sick and wish her a speedy
Mrs. W. S. Holmes of Clearwater 13
spending Christmas with her par parents.
ents. parents. Mr." and Mrs. J. L. Miller, and
family, of Martel.
WANTEDInfant clothing of any
description. No matter how small the
gift, it vil be appreciated. Leave
your offering at Mrs. 'Blackburn's res residence
idence residence on Oklawaha avenue. Mrs. C.
L. Bittinger, president King's Daugh
FOR.SALE Residence with 5 rooms
and bath, large porches; cornerj of
li'Tankim ana uiarK streets; also
lai ge barn. Will sell for cash or on
terms, call pnone 4J. iz-iim
IFOR SALE at 702 Wyomina street,
six-room house, also bath and summer
kitchen: all modern improvements.
Also rdck face cement block machine.
Carl Wenzel. 2-l-30t
WOOD For oak wood, cut to order,
call Teapot Grocery, or see J. i. J.
FOR SALE Piano just worked over.
Good value for the price. Call and see
it at mv residence, or call phone loo'
Y. J. E. Frampton. 1109 East Fifth
St. Ocala, Fla. 22-Ct'
1 1 i
VCiTl SAT.T! Mast sell before Jan. 1
and I am asking for bids on my prop prop-prtv
prtv prop-prtv situated on lot 12. block 16. Mar
ion Heights, Ocala, Fla. This prop-
rtv is liTiir.rnmbpred and can cdve
tmarantend title. Lot 50x150 feet: E1X-
roons, bath and sleeping porch; front
ana DacK porcnes; gooa weu. xms
I nnco of nrpcont Titipc TCOTlTd lOSt
$3500 to build. It's yours at your
Tirice. Go look it over and mail me
your offer at once, wot lor sale alter
Jan. 1st. Write P. D. Odell, Andrews,
r- mm t v
LOST 34 x 4 Kellv-SDrinefield auto
mobile tire and .rim. Finder leave at
Star office and receive reward. 17-lt
F.OY WANTED THIS WEEK The
Star wants a smart boy or young man
to act as collector for it this week.
Good pay to the right one. Apply at
the Star office.
: csii 7i none 9pq :
5' Phone- Phone i ;
BR. G. A. EDF.HSTOfi
Veterinary, Physician and' Surgeon
Plione 38 M
Ocala - Florida
HEALTH IS I
Strengthens the Blood and You
Strengthen the Body
The body lives on the food brought
to it by the blood. If. the body is
carrying disease germs it cannot car carry
ry carry strengthening food to the muscles,
nerves and bones.
Dr. Williams 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 the iron fills up the blood
with rich, red, strength giving cor
puscles, which are food for tired and
'Flu." Malaria. Fever. Colds. La-
Grippe and Chills are all effectively
treated by Dr. Williams 101 Tonic
During the "Flu" epidemic last win winter
ter winter the sales of 101 Tonic increased
over 500 per cent.
25c. and 50c bottles for sale at your
drug store. Accept no substitutes.
' For Rent Furnished
house; eight rooms, two
See L. Mm Murray
Holder BIocIc, Ocalal
KEPT HER AWAKE
Tt2 Tcrrilb Pains b Ezdi rr3
Zilzz Cudd Gave Relief.
Profit by last year's
Usm The Best Prevcntatio.
Croup and Pneumonia
It clears tip the throat, nostrils
and lunsrs and keeps off colas, croup,
influenza and paeximonia. Strong
imt rv,iAc?nt ITen a iar handy.
Will not stain clothing like others.
Ask tout dealer for it.
lilarksviHe, La. Mrs. Alice lohnson.
cf thij place, writes: "For cne year 1
ruffs red wiia aa awful misery in my bsck
and sides, hlf left side was hurting me
all ths tiaie. The misery was something
1 could net do anything, not even sleep
at night It kept me awake most cf the
night ... I look different medicines, but
nclhicz did me any cpod cr relieved me
until I took Cardui ....
I was not able to do any d my work
for one year and I got worse all the time,
was confined to my bed off and cn. I get
to bad with my back that when I stooped
down I was not able to straighten up
sgain ... 1 decided I weald try Cardui
. By time I had taken the entire bottle
I was feeling pretty good and could
straighten up and my pains were nearly
I shall always praise CarduL I con
tinued taking it until I was strong and
well." If you sufler from pains due to
female complaints, Cardui may r;e Just
what yea need. Thousands cl wemea
who ence suffered in this way now praise
Cardui for their present good health.
TO AUTO OWNERS
I am again at my old place of bus
iness on the Anthony road, where I
i shall be nleased to attend to your car
repair work by appointment. Call
phone 233. 23-tf Id. A. Bouner.
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
OCALA EVENllfG 3TAB, "TUESDAY, DECEMBEE 30, 1919
temperature at noon yesterday, 59.
This morning, 39. At noon today, 70.
Mr. T. I. Arnold continues to improve.
Mrs. J. G. Swaim, the Star regrets
to say, is on the sick list.
Mr. P. V. Leavengood, business
manager of the Star, has been indis indisposed
posed indisposed for several days.
Mrs. Ernest Blair, who has been ill
for some days, is out again.
Odd Fellows hold their semi-annual
election tonight, and all mem mem-ben
ben mem-ben should be present.
Judge Smith today issued a mar marriage
riage marriage license to Mr. Clarence Smith
and Miss Almetta Hough of Summer Summer-field.
field. Summer-field. '
Mrs. Chas. L. Moore has returned
frcm her visit to her daughter, Mrs.
E. C. Staley, and family at Lakeland.
Mr,. B. G. Myers, a clever young
traveling man, representing Harper
Bros.; of Atlanta, is in town. Mr.
Myers comes this way every year and
his friends are always glad to see
' An old colored man by the name of
Scctt dropped dead at his home near
v Taylor's mills this morning. He had
notfbeen well in some time.
Due to the general advance in price
of all commodities the members of the
Marion County Medical. Society at
their regular monthly meeting held
Dec. 11, 1919, decided it was necessary
to make an advance in their fees, the
present fees having been in effect for
a great many years. This action has
' been 'contemplated for some time, and
was only adopted after thorough dis discussion.
cussion. discussion. Physicians' fees have advanc advanced
ed advanced all over the country and Marion
county doctors are among the last to
adopt a new fee bill. The new sched sched-.
. sched-. ule will become' effective Jan. 1st,
1920, as follows:
Day visits in the city, $3.
Night visits in the city, $5.
A night visit shall be considered as
one made between 7 p. m. and 7 a. m.
For visits which necessitate driving
"outside the city limits, $1 per mile go go-ging
ging go-ging shall be added to the regular fee
for the visit.
Telephone consultations, $1 to $2.
Marion County Medical Society.
LETTERHEADS, BILLHEADS, CARDS,
CIRCULARS, FOLDERS, FINE BOOKLET ETC.
JWE NEVER DISAPOINT A CUSTOMER ON A
PROMISE. YOU GET THE JOB WJIEN IT3 DUE.
We are now prepared to give demonstrations
in the popular
toshow its many new and striking features.
Opposite Harrington Hall Hotel. Phone 193
I 1 1
Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday
6-lb. can Crisco ....... . . ; C2.C0
3-lb. can Crisco...... $1.00
Ntf, 2 can Tomatoes per can ....... .C. '15e
Wilsons Certified or Van Camps tall Cream can .... 15c
Compound Lard per lb. --.. .......... ..l27e
10-lbs. Compound Lard for .1. "--- 52.05
8-lb. pail Snowdrift for 1 i ... 1 82.50
White HouseCoffee per lb. .-.-. .55c
Cranberries per lb. i . ... .... ... ... ... 10c
Mr. L. W. Boring, one of the A. C.
L.'s clever engineers, formerly living
at Reddick and running out of Lake Lakeland,
land, Lakeland, was in town today shaking
hands with his friends. Mr. Boring is
always welcome In Oca la.
Bart Corley Jr.. a student at the
University of Florida, and a son of
the Star's old friend, Bart Corley of
Leesburg, was a welcome visitor yes yesterday.
terday. yesterday. Mr. and Mrs. J. Frances Small of
New York are among the guests of
the Harrington. They are friends of
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Logan, and Mrs.
Small is a most competent represen representative
tative representative of the beauty of the world's
Mrs. W. R. Garnett of Inverness is
the guest of her sister. Miss Bena
The county clerk's office has been
notified by the war department that
plans for the tramway from Weirs Weirs-dale
dale Weirs-dale to the Oklawaha river, to the
point where work on the locks and
dam is to commence, have been com completed.
pleted. completed. The plans specify that right
of way is to "be given the government
free of cost. '
Among the happy couples married
by Judge Wm. E. Smith on Christmas
day were Mr. Wm. Charles Caldwell
of Electra and Miss Lillie Viola Trot Trotter
ter Trotter of Morriston. Mr. Caldwell is
one of our clever Marion county boys
and his bride' is a most charming
young lady, who has had a position at
Hunter's cafe the past few 'months.
The young couple are now visiting
friends at Dunnellon. They expect to
make their home at Lake Alfred.
Of the Annual Meeting of the Stock Stockholders
holders Stockholders of the Metropolitan Realty
and Investment Company.
f. To the Stockholders of the Metro Metropolitan
politan Metropolitan Realty and Investment Com Company:
pany: Company: Notice is hereby given that on
Wednesday, Jan. 14th, 1920, at the
houi of 8 o clock p. bl, at the office of
the above named company in the city
rf? Ocala, Fla., the annual meeting
will be held. y
JThis the 29th day of December, 1919.
, W. P. Wilson,- President.
Attest: J. S. LaRoche, Secretary, j
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
P. O. BOX 606
DID HOT HEED LARGE PIECE
Chopper Advises Patient Clerk She
Wanted Only Enough Linoleum
t Cover Canary's Cage.
The day; was hot, the hour rapidly
approaching dosln; tlxae, and the
salesman thor thoroughly
oughly thoroughly worn out
Still, ha was
a food salesman,
and the customer
before him a
attired In next
all Jthe ap appearance
pearance appearance of being
a really liberal purchaser.
Cheerfully, therefore, he unrolled
and re-rolled piece after piece of lin linoleum
oleum linoleum t for her Inspection. Bat all to
no purpose. Nothing. It seemed, could
satisfy her hypercritical taste.
"I'm extremely sorry, madam, said
the salesman, tmt Vm afraid I've
shown you all the linoleums I have
In stock. Of course, I can set some
more up from our factory; and If you
care to call again tomorrow
"Tea," broke in, the customer, "per
haps rd better leave it at that. You
see, I want quite a small design some
thing suitable for the floor of a
PURITY OF NATURAL JCE
Common Notion That Manufactured
Article Is Best Shown to Do
The common remark that natural
Ice Is not so pure as the manufactured
kind is somewhat of a fallacy. Practi Practically
cally Practically 09 per cent of all the impurities
are cast off by nature in the process
of freezing. The remainder of the im impurities
purities impurities that are included in the Ice
die in I transportation, Sometimes, of
course, even in a healthy flowing
stream, nature slips up and a 'germ
does get locked upln an ice crystal,
but this iM usually the finish of the
troublesome germ, for though' the cold
does not often kill him the fact he can
not roam about and search for food
brings on starvation. Some germs die
quickly, others live a week, while
laboratory tests show that the typhoid
germ lives longest Its maximum limit
of life while frozen in ice being
placed at three months. Since natural
Ice Is usually stored at least, ninety
days before It Is shipped to market,
the matter of its purity need not be
doubted. If any tests of natural Ice
hare shown' that it la far more pure
than the city water of most communi communities.
ties. communities. Floyd T7. Parsons in the Satur Saturday
day Saturday Evening Post.
DACON HAD A RELAPSE.
The customer r eyed the rash rashers
ers rashers keenly. .'
?l tell you, maam pursued
the shopman, Tthat bacon is as
? rljht as you xe,,
rn say If bad,- persisted the
now can ,that bet- he rea reasoned.
soned. reasoned. '."Why, It was only cured
"Well, all .1 can say then," she
concluded, as she turned away,
"is that it must have had a re re-Ulpse.,
Ulpse., re-Ulpse., London Tit-Bits. .
fc JtSlkMutk J 4Q t OiuOtiO 0 BfciiiiS iOinOiiSiiijMiBS OliiO.
Orisin ef the Loving Cup.
The origin of the loving cup is hazy.
Come Investigators have asserted that
Its beginning was the wassail bowl, be belonging
longing belonging to festivities antedating the
Christian era, and that on the advent
of Christianity the custom of wassail wassail-lag
lag wassail-lag assumed a religious aspect. The
monks called the wassail bowl the
"pocalum caritatis" Coving cup). : The
ceremony of drinking from one cup
and passing It around was observed
at the Jewish pascal supper and on
other notable occasions.
Live tiear to Others.
Work the mine of your own home.
Dig deep into the affection of the wife
and little ones. Spend more time in
their company. Talk with them more.
Bead to them and listen while they
read. Discuss the world's big ques
tions with them. Precious metal here.
And don't be too busy to get better
acquainted with the neighbor young
folks. The man who lives near to the
heart of others, lives long, well and
Smallest Component ef Matter.
.. An electron Is the smallest known
component of matter. Scientists have
weighed and measured electrons, and
can ern estimate their number. But
they haven't seen them. They are too
tiny to appear upon the microscopic
field, although the microscope reveals
objects so minute that 125,000.000,000
of them could be crowded Into a cubic
Cea-Serpent Myth Exploded.
Between 1544 and '48 there were
many reports of sea serpents having
been seen off the coast of Canada. It
chanced, however, that a creature de
scribed in wonderful terms came
ashore In the Orkneys, and some of the
bents of. the Ttrtehral column ..were
sent to a Londsn scientist. lie was
able to declare positively that the ani
mal In question ttes 'nothing- more-nor
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; Welcome to the Wattle.
Australia's national flower, the gold golden
en golden .jvattle, has played Its part In the
welcome to Australian soldiers, and
the. motorcars which run from the
transports to the discharging depot
are: filled with 'Msom as well' ns
with khaki. Equally happy Is the
custom in some cities of utilizing Wat Wattle
tle Wattle day as an occasion for a special
appeal on behalf of children's char charities.
ities. charities. It is worth noting that a corre correspondent
spondent correspondent In the Sydney. Morning Her
ald-declares that the -word "wattle
comes from the
huts made by the early pioneers nyjehused by Mrs. Adeline Pepper Gib-
the aid of the twigs and branches of
a strange tree laden wlthybeautlful
yellor, ball-shaped flowers "They
began, the weavlns: the. wattlinz of
such a fabric as the world has never
before seen, the warp and woof of a
fabric which was In after years to
stretch across the globe with never a
breaking strand the fabric of an em empire."
pire." empire." Spruce Tree 573 Years Old.
In making a surv
rey of the spruce'
rplane cutting was
forests, where the alrpl
carried on during the war in the
Grays Harbor spruce district, a tree
573 years old was found, says the
American Forestry Magazine of Wash Washington.
ington. Washington. The tree was felled In clear
ing to make the military camps safe
.. . , iine i-Tiiuti it'll niai n ii"rv.- i n"
after a U&b had fallen and menaced) oM The fine fllr of MUth.
the roof of the officers Qnarters. The, m Jnda have ,erve1 lu some
tree is close to the Olympic highway yn'thnz nf ,ts or!ffin ls known.
11 miles north of Humptulips. The
stump was 11.6 feet from the ground
level. The tree was two inches In dl- Mr. C. W. White returned to San San-ameter
ameter San-ameter when Columbus discovered ford yesterday to accompany his
America. r jwife and daughter to Ocala, where
. I they will in the future reside, Mr.
Shakespeare used t h e skeletons
former life that had drifted down to
hlmyUpon the stream of time and were
cast at his feet a heap oj mere dead
matter. But he clothed them with flesh
and blood and breathed Into their nos nostrils;
trils; nostrils; and they lived and moved with
a life that was individual and self-existent
after he had once thrown it oft
from his own exuberant Intellectual
vitality. His teeming brain bred low lowlier
lier lowlier beggars and kingller kings than
all Europe could have furnished as
subjects for his portraiture. Richard
' Famous Library.
The Vatican library is the most
sumptuously housed of all libraries,
and contains som of the rarest manu manuscripts
scripts manuscripts in existence. The printed books
include over 200'botfks issued In the
fifteenth century, many of them vel vellum
lum vellum copies. The library is ald to con contain
tain contain over 220,000 volumes and 30.00C
' If you want Candy, and want really
good candy, come and sep our lines.
Nunnally's, "The Candy of the South,"
Guth's, "Made in Baltimore," and Lig Lig-gett's,1
gett's,1 Lig-gett's,1 "Made in Boston." Boxes large
and small. Gerig's Drug tSore. 12-tf
MARION-DUNN MASONIC LODGE
Marion-Dunn Lodge No. 19, F. & A.
M. meets on the first and third
Thursday evenings of each month at
7:30 o'clock until further notice.
, H. O. Cole, W. M.
... Jake. .Brown, Secretary
V X V7. V
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SHRINE COMING TO AMERICA
Probability That Brahman Temple
May Find a Home In Falrmount
An entire .stone Iirahman temple,
which served as a place of worship
In In'dia for hundreds of years, will
be Installed In the massive rotunda of
Memorial hall, Falrmount park, Phil Philadelphia,
adelphia, Philadelphia, provided the director of the
museum can assemble the 100 tons cf
stono that go to make the shrine. The
Hindoo house of worship was pur-
son. ,a Philadelphia woman who died
in war service, and every stone In the
structure was boxed and shipped in a
sail fug vessel, which made the trip
around 'Cape Horn.' The shrine Is the
gift of Mrs. Gibson's relatives, who
wish It to be a memorial to the work
of the dead s woman. It is the first
tlm tlsat such a huge, piece of sculp sculpture
ture sculpture was i'Vtjr brought to America, and
even Kr.mpe cannot boast of such an
accomplishment. The nearest to it
nrp thn Tlrln fHnrnM In Iondon. the
tomb of peniaDt brougut from Egypt
. rn.u;n m,,c.,,m on th
frescoed Asian walls seen In Berlin.
While Millie say the temple Is of
Providian architecture, which would
mean that 4t was built prior to the
tenth century, the stone Is In such
White beinjr the new pastor of the
I MVttnrtIaf oVmitti TTipv will move
of,beir household coods from Sanford
by auto truck, and are expected to
arrive this afternoon. Ocala wel-
crmes this estimable family.
WTe buy all kinds of furs. Ocah
Exchange and Hide Co. 6-lm
Arrival and Departure of passenger
trains at OCALA UNION STATION.
The following schedule figures pub published
lished published as information and not guar guaranteed.
anteed. guaranteed. (Eastern Standard Time)
SEABOARD AIR LINE RAILROAD
2:1 5 am Jacksonville-NTTork 2:10 am
Jacksonville 1:30 pm
Jacksonville. 4:25 pm
Tampa Tampa-Tampa Manatee Manatee-St.
St. Manatee-St. Petersburg
4:25 pm Tampa-St. P.'tersbrg 4:05 pm
ATLANTIC COAST LUiE RAILROAD
2:12 pm Jacksonville-NTork 3:15 am
1:45 pm JTcsonville-Ga'nsville 3:35 pm
6:42 am JTcsonville-G'nesvile 10:13 pm
3:18 am St.Pet'sbrg-Lakeland 2:12 am
3:25 pm StPet'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 rim Gainesville 11:50 am
MnnHn v "WVnlnesdav. Fridav.
I Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday.
L-l U LJ iJ LJ LJ Lj "lj
OCALA FRATERIIAL OR 1ERS
Tulula Lodge No. 22, I: C
meets every Tuesday cvninj
Odd Fellows hall on the third
the old Star olUce building
o'clock Florida time. This v.
o'clock Eastern or Ocala i
warm welcome always cxtc:
II. H. LuiTman,
Jake Brown, Secretary.
. O. F.,
II bo 8
OCALA LODGE NO. 2SG, 11. P. O. E.
Ocala Ledge No. 2So, Ucicvolcr.t
and Protective Order cf Elk t meets
the second and four Tuesd ly eve evenings
nings evenings of each month. Visitin ; breth brethren
ren brethren always welcome. Lcdg a rooms
upstairs over TrorJer's and t ie Book
Shop, 113 Main street.
J. H. Spencer, E. R.
E. J. Crook, Secretary.
KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS
Ocala, Lodge No. 19. Conventions
held every Monday evening: at 7:C3
o'clock at the Castle I tall, ovt r the G.
C. Greene Co. drugstore A cordial
welcome to visiting brothers.
W. W. Stripling. C. C.
Chas. K. Sarr. K. cf It. & S.
MIRIAM KEBEKAU LODGE NO. 15
Miriam Eebekah Lodge No.
meets the first and third Men lay eve evening
ning evening in each month in the (:dd Fel Fellows'
lows' Fellows' hall at 7:30 o'clock.
Miss Ruth Ervin. N. G.
Miss Ruth Hardee, Secretary.
ORDER OF PARTHIV TAT?
Ocala Chapter No. 20. O. E. S
meets at the Masonic hall th i scccr.d
and fourth Thursday eveningf of each
month at 8 o'clock.
Mrs. Isabel Wesson, 7. II.
Mrs. Susan Cook, Secretary.
WOODMEN OF THE WORLD
Fort King Camp No. 14 rieets Li
K. of P. hall at 7:30 p. m. every
end and fourth Friday. Visit rg eov eov-ereigns
ereigns eov-ereigns are always welcome.
W. W. Striplb- C. C.
Chas. K. Sage. Clerk.
R. A. 31. CHAPTER No. V
Regular convocations of tl C
Chapter No. 13, R. A. IL. on ft
tt j ; . .y-s
r nuay ui every monin at a p ra. r
C. E. Connor, IL P. P.Jake
Jake P.Jake Brown, Secretary.
Waterman's Ideal Fountain Pens cn
sale every day at Gerig's Dru Store.
& Feski me m
The Old Reliable is Cpen
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Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 5 (June 24, 1895).
funding Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: Project #00110855
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mods:dateIssued December 30, 1919
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mods:frequency Daily (except Sunday)
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mods:recordContentSource University of Florida
mods:extent v. : ; 61 cm.
mods:title Ocala weekly star
mods:subject SUBJ651_1 lcsh
mods:geographic Ocala (Fla.)
Marion County (Fla.)
mods:country United States
Ocala evening star
Ocala Evening Star
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