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OGALA, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 19. 1920
VOL 2G, N0. 27S
Opened in Jacksonville Thursday
Morning, Under the Most Aus Auspicious
picious Auspicious Circumstances
Jacksonville, Nov, 19. The 1920
Florida State Fair and Exposition,
which formally opened in Jacksonville
yesterday, is conceded by all visitors
to be. the biggest and most represen representative
tative representative state fair ever staged in the
All attendance records for the first
day in the history of the fair are be believed
lieved believed to have been broken. The fair
opened under the most auspicious cir circumstances,
cumstances, circumstances, and gives every promise
of setting a new high water mark in
the history of similar, events in the
Southern states. ;
It offers the public an unsurpassed
list of educational, and recreational
features, and today the vast throng in
the grounds took its full measure of
the things offered to amuse and enter entertain.
tain. entertain. : ' y
The agricultural and horticultural
exhibits, the million dollar live stock
show, the great industrial palace, the
automobile show, the poultry show, as
well as a bewildering array of other
exhibits of every conceivable nature,
proved a revelation to patrons, and
demonstrated that a truly representa representative
tive representative state fair in Florida had arrived.
J. I. WHITTINGTON
The Star regrets greatly to hear of
the death of Mr. J. I. Whittington, a
well-known good citizen of Marion
county, who passed away at his home
near Flemington Wednesday night.
He was an often visitor to Ocala, and
bad many friends here. The Star
joins their other friends in sympathy
for the bereaved.
HID THE BOODLE IN
THE CHICK ENnOUSE
H0AKE POLICE STICKS TO HER
BEATJOBBERS SCAUW SO
KHImI CW. Cantnred Two and Recov- Constantine's Mother Has Little Re-
ered Mueh Stolen Srd for Interests of Her
Pronertv Adopted Country
(Associated Press j
pftv Mav iq Tn a 'battle with! London, Nov. 16. An Athens dis
the police a man known as both Jas. patch to the London Times says that
D. Rogers of Philadelphia and Charles Aumirai vuunuw.ws &u w
Myers of Atlanta, was killed and Wil- regencyjn favor of Queen Mother
liara Porter and Charles Carter were Olga, who issued a message announc announc-Th
Th announc-Th r0 i.hanil with ins her assumption of office on ac-
blowing open and robbink the bank count of the absence of "my well be
at Glaseow. A bag filled with liberty 1 ltn eu
bonds and jewelry was recovered from EX-EMPRESS VERY ILL
the automobile in which the men were J Doom, Holland, Nov. 19. Former
riding. I Empress Augusta Victoria of Ger
many who is suffering from heart
TRANSPORTATION PROBLEMS trouble is regarded as in a grave con-
WILL OCCUPY ENGINEERS dition. Members of the family have
New York, Nov. 18. Discussion of
transportation problems affecting the : OTICE TO MEMBERS OF
country will hold the center of inter- THE WOMAN'S CLUB
est at the annual meeting of the Am
erican Society of Mechanical Engl- v A specially attractive and interest- American Farm Bureau Federation
neers in mis city Aecemuer --" ling program nas Deen arranged xor
Transportation experts, headed by the meeting of the Woman's Club to-
Daniel Willard, president of the Bal- morrow, Saturday, afternoon, and all
timore & Ohio railroad, will address! members are. urged to be present as
the 2500 members of the society who there will be a reception to the new
are expected to attend. I members.
A statement issued by the society!, Mrs. Fred Hocker will give a read
j iu-i. at it ve tt 4. ...:n : I iv"" -v.wwv.
mnwuauuu 'uwuw f .7 federation has now over a million
by the organization as the most elections frona Madame Butterfly niembers and 35 state organiza.
pressing problem before the counery. and Mrs. L W. Duval will give a sy- tjons affiliated with it. tional
Not of the United States but of the
Federated Engineers of
r (Associated Press)
r Washington, Nov. 19. Herbert
Hoover was elected president of the
Federated Engineering Societies.
HARDING YEAR OR HARD YEAR
Next year will be Harding year in
men's clothing styles, designers an announce.
nounce. announce. Conservative suits leaning to
blue and dark grays will be the vogue.
SEND THEM VIA SIBERIA
Over 500 Russian radicals are
awaiting deportation, the labor de department
partment department announces. Their departure
has been delayed by the refusal of
Scandinavian countries to receive
TO STUDY PROBLEMS
- OF THE FARMER
Has Over a Million
Chicago, Nov. 19. J. R. Howard,
president of the American Farm Bu Bureau
reau Bureau Federation, announces that the
The industry of the country is being nopsis of the play.
seriously handicapped," said the state
federation took permanent form here
last spring and established headquar-
Council Bluffs, Iowa, Nov. 19. The
mystery surrounding the $3,500,000
mail robbery here has been cleared by
several arrests, one confession and
the recovery of a large amount of
money in a chickenhouse. ji
MANY WOODSMEN DROWNED
Bangor, Maine, Nov. 19. Sixteen
woodsmen were' drowned in Creson Creson-cook
cook Creson-cook lake when a motorboat caught
BEATEN UP BY
Springfield, 111., Nov, 19. S." Glenn
Young, prohibition enforcement offi
cer, was beaten and dowsed with hot
water by prisoners in the county jail
when Youngs, was locked up charged
with the murder of an alleged boot
legger. Young was released on a writ
of habeas corpus. :
TREATED HIM ROUGH
. (Associated Press)
Washington, Nov. .19. John Der-
ham, commissioner at Balbriggan, Ire
land,, testifying before the commis
s5on investigating the Irish situation,
said that troops dragged.him through
the streets and ransacked and burned
his store, giving no reason.
CITY WATER CAUSES GREAT
SUFFERING IN SALEM
. un x : U mrtninn nm A iron nr ttt
mem. rroin nreseui muicauuus,, u, tut-ii oiaixjo amnu f- m,; vj
will take several years for facilities WON'T ALTER PRICES ," "t" "X" i-L 'V-STl
to catch up with increased traffic and
it. 1 J 1 ,-4- I Ii..uilaul Buail
me normal uevwupuie.il ;:,. .,,!-.!. fftlfW rif i
1 r I T T--!- XT 1t IT1.. TT!4J O --J3--"v. wo wt- V
jew years. ixew lorit, ov. UI" cu mm. Dr. HnwarH bimsplf a
t j j 'j.: x i nmv oiii.. o j. l x:
x; x-l :i. i :n I x j x :
T 'l I T a -coma"ry WUV"UC r"The federation is an alliance of
sider Waterway development and the the present -base of selling prices un- ccmitv farm unrpna inf aQfa
greater use of motor vehicles for til it becomes necessary and PP" bureau federations and this in turn
moving ireignu texxyo maKe cnanges. became federated into a national or
eAM:uJw" "1C r M Mrn ganization as the American Farm Bu-
way project, to raais.e uussiuie ucean uuR un utvj XiXViniXi a i -r, rrrtj;
iramc mroug:a me uiem, a.e. tvAivio muimum. Jf ia frt n ti,fl
f V .v Wirt A.VM. bllC CVU-
nomic, social and educational advance
ment of the farmers of the United
States and for the general welfare of
Think Co-Operation of Germany Nec Necessary
essary Necessary to Save World :
Geneva, Nov. 19. The immediate
admission of Germany and other for former
mer former enemy states to the league of na nations
tions nations was urged before the league as assembly
sembly assembly by George Nicoll Barnes, the
British labor delegate. Barnes de declared
clared declared the British laboring people de demand
mand demand it, and the co-operation of for former
mer former enemy states is needed to rescue
the world from ruin.
NOTICE TO MEMBERS OF
THE AMERICAN LEGION
The body of Virgil Randall arrived
this afternoon and the funeral serv services
ices services will take place tomorrow morn morning.
ing. morning. Members of the American Le Legion
gion Legion are requested to assemble at the
undertaking parlors of George Mac Mac-Kay
Kay Mac-Kay & Company not later than 8:45
a. m. as the funeral procession will
start shortly after 9 o'clock from the
MacKay parlors and proceed to the
burial grounds near Conner.
MRS. J. C. HAVIS
It's Barely Possible that They Will
All Have Living Salaries
New York, Nov. 19. A million dol dollar
lar dollar increase in the salaries of Protes Protestant
tant Protestant ministers was paid last year, ac according
cording according to an estimate made today.
Mrs. J. C. Havis of Oxford, who
was brought to the city yester yesterday
day yesterday morning for treatment for a se severe
vere severe burn she received the night be before,
fore, before, died last night. Mrs. Havis is
survived by her husband and two
brothers, Messrs. H. O. Collier and C.
P. Collier of Oxford.
Mrs. Havis was a kindly disposed
Christian woman and her accident
and death has cast a gloom over the
entire community where she lived.
Pyles & Perkins prepared the remains
for burial and Rev. Taylor officiated
at the services.
ROCKEFELLER PLANT n (Associated Press?
TURNED OVER TO FRENCH Seattle, Nov. 19. Hundreds of
rialllc ill ho "e"" Jsiio duuEiuu-i ,.. ? U.ioo ot.H ctofi'cti 1 J V,
losis for the last three years, has turn- The most: popular, drink in the city :V "V3 rS0irZt 1
France, an elaborate anli-tuberculosis anges-pressed at the fountain. The CE?2S LT!
organization which has been develop- Court Pharmacy. l&fit ITS lZ T 7" JT"
ed in the department Eure-et-Loir, at
a cost of 4,000,000 francs.
The organization, the most com
LANDSLIDE IN PITTSBURG
Not Political but Material and Did
A romance of several weeks culmi culminated
nated culminated in a quiet wedding that occurred
in the sitting room at the Temple
theater Saturday afternoon, Novem November
ber November 13th, when Miss Mar jorie Howell
became the bride of Mr. Jack Oliver.
Judge Smith performed the wed wedding
ding wedding ceremony, and there were pres
ent only a few relatives and friends.
Miss Howell while engaged in her
duties as stenographer for the secre secretary
tary secretary of the Marion County Fair Asso Association
ciation Association met Mr. Oliver, the general
agent of the Miller Brothers Exposi Exposition,
tion, Exposition, and the wedding Saturday was
the outcome of a happy romance.
Mr. Oliver has made many friends
in Ocala who congratulate hira on
winning one of Marion county's fair fairest
est fairest daughters.
The bride is a daughter of Mr." and
Mrs. J. C. Howell of this city and is
one of Marion county's fairest girls.
Pretty, intelligent and loyal to her
friends, she has their heartfelt wishes
for every joy in life.
FAIR TICKETS ON SALE
AT THE COURT PHARMACY
Tickets to the fair are now on sale
at the Court Pharmacy. Remember,
the fair commences next Tuesday,
Nov. 23rd, and it is expected to be the
best one yet.
THEIR OWN FOOD
Salem, Ohio, Nov. 19. Seven hun hundred
dred hundred and eighty persons are suffering
with typhoid here in a population of
less than 10,000. Four emergency
hosiptals have been established. The
city water supply is blamed.
compile statistics in cooperation with
Double recleaned seed oats and rye. I I
Ocala Seed Store. ; 6-tf r : ITl IT:.
1 j. TT" I I I'Ul glC a 111 UV.I1 I'CtlCI 1IIS1,UI WW
sists of 24 dispensaries, four complete Wonderful talking books this week f"Pf? W
isolation services, a departmental at THE BOOK SHOP. 16-4t a thlS
sanitorium and a modem department- ..... ,Hi r!" .JTff1
,1 ,Tnm!tnrti. Mica If o.i.iit Piimiki nrA "Mf3 Vt I iC IfaUSpOI WUOIJ
tj.fn.. vAi f n M.n-nu w-- -lmakinS study of necessary trans-
v;u- j-- Iti,i jit- f?i portation facilities, both by land and
ment an organization known as the Sunday, attending the state fair. ; tm.m 2.
Modern Health Crusaders, a system .,. ... .
of child education and having for its Dont fail to visit the Guarantee au 18 0f?et at realfacts in
object the prevention of tuberculosis Clothing & Shoe Company. Every- transportation problem and govern its
K,fi. o;-,- o.? n,; i. --,--j tt- actions accordingly. It purposes to
Although it will not be possible to ighting for QUALITY not prices, tf r .T I J T
will Vio iioarl fkr to vHioi rfora"H-YnPTlf I PomnrriKnr T will nava irirtcf ovftrv. I Ural plTOuUCtS.
of France as a general model.
Rockefeller Foundation is t assisting I giving. W. A. Stroud.
Vi pMitAt '- T-i-nT mi ftiAiii am- Qimt I
X A1..1VU v.v ... v-..,- ,ui, v- i, e r -i-
, a ,.,4. no e il- oni . I i n iiic nuia ui nic xm cv.uuvu.iu
.uum.uu Celery and cranberries. Cook's and statistics bureau, win give us ac-
Z t Market and Grocery, phone 243. 17. cl3I?te wrid-wide taow,SSe pon
, iwmcn to Dase our pians.
If you need any advertising cards Trr airpjljv nTiHertftVino' im
for .your exhibits at tihe fair next portant investigation of cooperative
wees, uom wan umu auesuay morn- enterprise in marketing, which looks
lng to place you order. Let's have it toward the establishment of a bureau
VW WX A M HIVll -L lliij VV U. UU0 S 0 V MM J
in thp. pnnnt.rv n1 nVirnnr! witTi th
Prepare for FAIR WEEK. Get a thought that. snArial mnrtriM inter-
nice STREET HAT. New lot just re- ested in fnrmin- Tvnl or district ro-
Ceived at FISHEL'S. lltlonprativfl nr-niTfltiftTia mav nmfit bxr
th experience of other people in sinv
saxin skui a voman attracts xnc Bread, and accept no other. There's undertaking.
admiration of nil men! When the Eone so &od- i6-6t "The bureau of education which we
have planned but which has not yet
Pittsburg, Nov. 19. Over a million
dollars damage 'is expected to. result
from the slide down a hillside on the
Bigalow boulevard threatening the
Pennsylvania railroad station. One
building was buried and nine steam
shovels are busy removing the earth,
which started sliding after engineers
attempted to straighten the street.
A CORRUPTED OFFICER
New York, Nov. 19. Good crops
make the devastated regions of
France able to feed themselves for the
first time since 1914, according to
-New York, Nov. 19. Steven Birm
ingham, a member of the New York
police force, alleged to be manager of
the "compensation bureau" maintain maintained
ed maintained by Labor Leader Brindell. has been
indicted in connection with the alleged
rr i i j.1 Ai rt
The thing you wish in fruits for Thanks- vu" iraa.e,s re,a7s wu!
XO-4t I rm m t
aemana. inis miormauon, coupxea
Washington," Nov. 19. Thirty-six
ship chandlery and ship repair firms
operating in southern ports have been
cited by the Federal Trade Commis
sion to answer, charges or giving
"gratituities to captains, officers and
employes of ships to induce purchases
of supplies and repair orders
HAS JUST BEGUN
Aboard S. S. Parismina, Nov. 19,
Via Wireless.-i-Senator Harding en
route, to Panama is enjoying balmy
gulf breezes under a clear sky. He
spent the day reading wireless press
dispatches and took it easy.
Because of her rosv cneeks and
young wo.iu.ii i Meet me at the American Cafe, been started will present facts rela
i ? C A neers in her I Union Station, Ocala, for a regular tive to the food supply and other nec
i . I dinner family style.. Best dinner n essities produced by agriculture to
,f. t.:..j r vf v i .
1u uus -cuinijr Bvjribi vb uiiinc w i cosines pruuutcu LIJT Swf itui bUflS iu
the state for 75c Eat and drink all the daily papers in order that here
to the drug store for pair.t, pow powders
ders powders a:;d beauty creair.s, wl:r.asne
and she h
you want. Time for dinner 11 ai m. to J may be a more general understanding
2:50 p. m. 17-tf n I of agricultural production and
closer relationship between producer
Make vour wants known bv adver-land consumer. This bureau will be a
tisine them. service to agricultural papers, pre
sentmg regional and national facts of
FRESH FISH particular interest to farm people and
be of service to our own affiliated farm
A new sea food store has been I organizations, state and county.
Our bureau of legislation, which is
is keeping a
introduced in Con-
Tjt. m,i vftl Dlcrnverv iSheephead and Mango Snappers. Also gress and is working for the intro-
-.K.mM th f.ir VhW iedi- pened at No. 9 Fort King avenue. "ar bureau of legis
.hould go there lor a b.ood, oedH 7omorrow (Saturday) we u have already in operation,
cine and stomach -.iterative known fresh Red Roe Mullet, Sea Trout, close record of bills int
AREA OF POLAND
Berlin, Oct. 31. -Poland by virtue
of the peace treaty with Russia is en enlarged
larged enlarged by the addition of 52,000 Eng English
lish English square miles with 4,000,000 in inhabitants,
habitants, inhabitants, according to the estimate
of the Polish delegation. According
to the peace treaty of Versailles, Po Poland
land Poland measured 36500 English square
miles and had a population of 24,000, 24,000,-0C0
0C0 24,000,-0C0 people.
salt mullet roe and salt mullet.
L. A. WILCOX.
UNIQUE WAY OF SMUGGLING
duction of legislation which we con
sider essential to the proper develop
ment of a national agricultural pol
This vegetable tonic and bioodjit
alterative clears the skin, beauti beautifies
fies beautifies it. increases the blood suppi
. i.r. :..i-:t Geneva.. Oct. 31. -An increasine Our celebrated triple coated cinna-
anatneciruuiuuua.vvc F number 0'f funeral processi01 going mon buns are not equaled anywhere,
boils and eruptions vanish quiC-Jy.J across the border into Germany re- j ?ederal Bakery. lS-6t
Ask your nearest druggist for Dr. cently aroused the suspicions of a
J customs official who 1 halted one of
Pierce's Golden Medical D'.scov- them that proved to be a smuggler's
: t,k!,t KruiM fnrm m smd Parad' The casket was a false-bot- aty taxes and licenses due
J Jtomed affair and a figure in the coffin A discount of 2 per cent allowed cxt
10c. for trial package of tablris tojv.as stuffed with gold, silver and other city taxes if paid in November. The
Or Pierre's Invalids Hotel ia I contraband. Four mourning relatives, tax rate slightly reduced.
vi. r ac w Jpretending to be mutes, were said byl W. W. Cly&tt,
Buaalo, N. the police to be known smugglers. 4-tf City Tax Collector.
CITY TAX NOTICE
MEXICAN MINES RETURNED
TO THEIR OWNERS
Mexico City, Nov. 19. Tie mines
in Coahuila which have been under
government protection during the
strike, were returned to their owners
after assurances were given that there
would be no disorders.
Have your mirrors re-silvered. All
work called for, delivered and guar guaranteed.
anteed. guaranteed. Ocala Mirror and Plating
Works, Yonge block, Fort King
"venue, phone 504. 9-tf
Premium Roasted Coffee, per pound
Best .Rose Rice, per pound --------
Irish Potatoes, per Peck
8-pound bucket Snowdrift.
24-pound sack Good Biscuit Flour.
CASH AND CARRY
THE SPECIALTY SEO?
Has on display the prettiest line of BOOKS ever
shown in Ocala
Books for grown-ups.
Books for Boys and Girls.
Juvenile Books of every description.
See our line before buying
A. E. GEEKG
OCALA EVENING STAB, rEIDAY.NOVEMBEB 19. 1920
tela Evening Star
PablUkcd Every Day Eept Sunday by
STAR PUBLISHING COMPANY,
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p. V. lveas:od, 5,Seretary-Treaorer
J, II. Benjamin, Editor
preserve the venerable structure,
which has been for centuries the cen central
tral central point of the history of the English-speaking
races. If any of the
Star's readers desire to help preserve
the abbey as a common heritage not
nly to 'England and her colonies but
the United States, they may send
heir subscriptions to Walter Muck-
iow tsritisn consul at jaeKsonvuie.
AUCTION TEA HONORING
MRS. HUGH FUTCH
Entered at Ocala. Fla.
pOStOf flC AS
Boatncaa Of See .'. . Fire-One
Cdltotial Department . .'. ,Two-Sre
Society Reporter Fire-One
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Legal advertisements It legal rates.
! We received recently the 'following
communication: i i
"Remember this always: First pick
he beam out of thine own eye before
you pluck the moat out of thy broth
er s eye.". ? 4 : j ;:. -v ,1 ; u ; :
On reading it the first thing we
thought of was that our correspon correspondent
dent correspondent didn't know how to spell mote..
Our second swas that he hadn't read
the Bible lately, as the proper quo
tation s would have been, "First, cast
the beam out; of thine, own eye; and
then shalt thou see clearly to cast out
the mote out of thy brother's eye.
These little things sometimes take
the edsre off advice. ;
A newspaper man's eyes often have
beams in them beams shoved into
them by people who don't want mm
tn see what they don't want him to
Mexico is uneasy about Harding.
You are always better satisfied
when vou earn a little more than you
are 'paid. y
The American Federation of Labor,
.t is said, will expel the radicals in its
. . i :it
ranks. Wonder how mucn 01 re.wu
' be Ieft ' ' rv' '-'y- -'
Admiral Benson of the shipping
board talks like when he says any
thing it should be accepted without
, Looking over the Thanksgiving lit
erature a man from Mars wouia con
elude that the : American people had
only one square meal a year.
V That crowd of Georgians who took
three negroes from the officers, lined
them up and shot them down, have
brought another avaiancne 01 nosuie
comment on their state and the entire
' South..'.'' ';:. ';-"
"There Is a dispute in Jerusalem
between members of the different
Christian sects as to which shall con
trol the room said to be the scene of
the last supper. ; We suppose the
mountains, hills, valleys and plains in
Palestine can be identified, but as all
its towns and cities have been wreck
ed and made over several times in the
last nineteen centuries, we shouldn't
think sensible people would feel like
claiming any house or room as the
scene of an event that took place so
long ago. The best story on locations
in Palestine is that of an American
who was taken in their boat by Gali Gali-leean
leean Gali-leean fishermen to the very spot, they
said, where Christ walked on the wa waters.
ters. waters. When they returned to land the
fishermen charged the American fifty
dollars, who paid it with the dry
comment : "I would nave walked on
the water, too, if I had known I was
going to have to pay fifty dollars for
Of all the beautiful affairs given at
the Woman's Club none has outrivaled
he auction tea of yesterday afternoon
at which Mrs. Raiford Simmons and
daughter, Mrs. Leverett Futch, were
hostesses; complimenting their guest.
the hitter's sister-in-law, Mrs. Hugh
'utch of St. Petersburg.
i.r or mis occasion ine mam room
ana reception room adjoining ; were I an
brightened with quantities of pom-
beiuas. ana nanasome jerns, ine color
c :otii. of red and green being very at-
propriate as the afternoon was a crisp
one and with the glow of the electric
heaters a most cozy atmosphere was
present in the rooms, r Sprays of as
paragus fern were used in graceful If?)
arrangement from the wainscoting.
rhp rnrrt tahlo were nlocoH rri 4-Vi r I
mam room and at the foot of the plat
form stood a prettily ornamented
table where tea was poured, presided
over by Mrs: Paul Simmons and Mrs.
Harry Walters. Adding further at
traction to this table were handsome I
red tapers which were lighted when
tea was served later m the afternoon.
Receiving at the front door were
Mrs. Paul Simmons and Mrs. Harry
Walters, who. were both strikingly at
tired in gowns of velvet and satin.
with which they wore black picture
To the 'left of the entrance hall I (g
For your Automobile
Have your Cars and Trucks
Cleaned, Greased and Oiled
, GARAGE ALWAYS OPEN DAY AND NIGHT
MURPHY MOTOR COMPANY
We regret to say that it is forced
upon us to infer that the Times-Union
will never be happy until these are
two or three saloons on every block
on Bay street, as in days of yore in
The defeat of Venizelos shows that
in, twenty-four centuries the mob of
Athens has not forgotten the ancient
ceremony of ostracism.' "I vote
against this man because I am tired
of hearing him called great.".
That stuff they call henna is cer certainly
tainly certainly a ; stayer. We know a young
man who found a smear of it on his
Sunday coat when he went to hang it
up last Sunday night, and two press pressing
ing pressing clubs have failed so far to re remove
move remove itA
When some un-American papers in
the United States talk about the gen general
eral general government compelling Cali California
fornia California to admit the Japanese to equal equality,
ity, equality, it puts southern people in mind
of reconstruction: Every southern
senator and representative hi Con Congress
gress Congress should oppose such legislation.
Eamon DeValera declared that if
McSweeney died he would go on a
hunger strike. Of course a man has
a right to change his mind. Jackson Jacksonville
ville Jacksonville Metropolis.
He never changed his mind. He
was bluffing. But it is strange that
such a four-flusher can have any in influence
fluence influence with the Irish people.
What has become of the old fash
ioned girl who used to shed teats over
The Children of the Abbey?" Lake
She is probably sitting in a quiet
, corner of Heaven, weeping about her
granddaughter on earth, who is read
in g one of Roop Pert Hues' vile
stories in the "Carmine Volume.
- The Rotary Club of Jacksonville is
going to give every Rote who appears
in that town next Tuesday the time of
his life. Pains will be taken to make
every visiting Rote jagged on Joy and
Intoxicated on Enthusiasm, because
we hear there is nothing else to be
intoxicated on in Jolly Jax. Z Every
care will be taken to give each mem-!
ber of the order a royal good time,
and at the end' of the festivities any
Rote too tired to navigate under his
own power will be tenderly carried to
the station, hung up in a seat and his
ticket pinned to his ear, so he can rest
in peace until his home station is
Rome began to decline 'as soon as
most of the citizens crowded into the
cities, klf'ing the farms to be tilled
by slaves. In America something
sammr. has 1 happened the people
flocking into the cities because they
could make easy money at non-essen
tial jobs, and as there are no slaves-in
America, except the slaves of vice and
circumstance, the number of farms
that go untilled increase. Thinking
people see what this is leading to, but
how y many people' think ? The con concerns
cerns concerns that make non-essentials can no
longer sell enough of their products
to make profits, and are shutting
down, throwing men out -of work by
the hundred thousand. This will be
a blessing to the Country if people
are thereby driven back -to the farms,
but will they be ? Will not present
conditions continue until people have
td" be driven into productive occupa
tions by the law,' creating peonage
and chattel slavery Worse than the
country has ; ever seen? Or will the
situation become even worse until the
starving city dwellers raiding the
country for food meet armed resis resistance,
tance, resistance, which will cause the worst of
internecine wars ? In such a- case, the
people from the cities will at first
have the best of it, because they will
be better organized and better armed.
But in time the tide will turn and the
country- folk- will annihilate the city
folk, and by, that time, there will be
little : left: of ; this iiow great nation;
Imagination, say you?. Well, sit down
and figure, it out. v';
I will have' a large quantity of fruit
for you. Thanksgiving week. Get my
prices and see, my quality. W. A.
HERE is a big dif-
. feferice between Calumet
First you see it in the cost
Calumet is sold at a moderate price.
Theii-ryoii observe it in use.
Calumet nas more than the usual
leavening strength, therefore less
is required.-: :
Next you notice" it in rais raising
ing raising quality in the evenness
lightness and texture of your bak bakings.
ings. bakings. They look better finer
C. Cecil 'Bryant!
See Me J
For all Classes of
Stone, .Brlclf, Wood
r s Building;
J. D. aicCasMl
' .., Contraclpr
Phone 4id. 72S Wenona St.
st the receiving line which com-1
prisea xne nosiesses ana tneir non-1 ciJvyv'--y---- -- ...... --
oree, Mrs. Hugh Futch, Mrs. Leverett
Futch and Mrs. Simmons. Mrs. Lev
erett Futch was handsomely gowned
in' a heavy embroidered brown satin.
Mrs. Hugh Futch's elegant dark blue
satin withl trimmings of georgette.
which was profusely embroidered.
was exceedingly becoming to her love
ly and stately appearance. Mrs. Sim
mons' gown was a lovely gray geor
geue creation with embroideries for
trimming. With these attractive cos
tumes the ladies wore large black
From 3 'to 5 "o'clock the invited
guests included auction players and
auction was enioved for the' two
hours. Tally card s depicting winter
scenes marked the places for each
guest. At ; the conclusion the score
cards were taken Up to ascertain the
holdest of the highest and lowest
scores. Mrs. Grider Perkins, who
proved the cleverest player, was re
warded with a beautiful fern dish." To
Mrs. W. W. Hairiss fell the consola
tion prize a dainty vanity box. To
the honoree was given a handsome
china hand painted vase.
At five o'clock many other guests
arrived to enjoy an hour with the
twelve tables of players, and the fol
lowing ladies assisted the hostesses
at this hour: Mrs. T. H. Johnson, Mrs.
G S. Scott and Mrs. W. S. Bullock.
After, all the ; guests had arrived,
frozen pineapple ice, cake, almonds
and tea were served by the following
young ladies: Misses Callie Gissen Gissen-daner,
daner, Gissen-daner, Meme Davis, Jessie Dehon,
Lois Livingston and Elizabeth and
Ethel Horne. During the refreshment
hour an entertaining musical program
was rendered. Mrs. H. M. Hampton
was the first on the program and the
two songs that she sang were greatly
enjoyed. The general comment was
that she sang to "her best, which to
her listeners was perfect. Miss Musie
Bullock then sang two very catchy se
lections which were received with
great' applause and her voice had its
usual clear and sympathetic tones.
Mrs. Charles Moremen was the ac
companist. Another number that at
tracted much attention and favorable
comment was the JDutch folk dancing
by Margaret Hocker and .Mary Caro Carolyn
lyn Carolyn Logan. Mrs1. J. H. Taylor played
for them. J 5 .'- v,-. 'v, .'
There were about one hundred and
twenty-five guests present at this
lovely party, which came to an end
about six o'clock. The honoree. Mrs.
Futch, is an unusually attractive and
charming young woman and is mak making
ing making a number of friends who will re regret
gret regret the time for her departure. r-
-Ask for a pan' of Federal Rolls
they!re delicious. Federal Bakery. 3t
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A. E. GERIG
tHc You will enjoy'the sights
. de.al more if vour eves
j.vttS are properly corrected.
DR. K. J. WEIHE,
Optometrist and Optician
The unwelcome discovery has been
made that Westminster Abbey, which
was begun by Edward the Confessor
in 1065 and completed over two cen centuries
turies centuries later by Edward I., is in danger
of becoming a wreck, in consequence
of deterioration of a part of the ma material
terial material of which it was built, and which
Las been in the edifice from six to
eight hundred years. A popular sub subset
set subset iption is being taken up to help
PYLES a PERKINS
Funeral Directors & Embalsers
PARLORS OPPOSITE POSTOFFICK
Two Hearses. Grey Hearse for White
Phones 555 and 225. Open All Night
To rid the blood of impurities
must be in good order for the purpose
of the Kidneys is solely to take from
the blood arid excrete, from the body
much of the waste matter that the
blood gathers up as it passes through
We recommend and guarantee
ANTI-MONOPIY DRUG STORE
("Once a Trial- Always NyaL"
Finally ol a difference in
the taste. There is a deliciousness,
a cocdnec3 tiiat canbe had in no other
manner. Biscuits, pies, cakes, muffins,
doughmrt&--isver were so tastys)
all sansfyingj ''.yy'l-
And thai there is the sitfe-
- faction of knowing that Calumet
is made in the World's ; largest, best
; eqaipped smd "deacnest Brians Powder
f Good wholesome bakings can be made
' only of good materials, ncTother way,
so use only good baking powder and
t good plain flour (not self-rising flour);
4 caps of eifted ps'
try fiour, 4 level
Baiting Powder, 1
level teaspoon cf
sal;; 2 rounding
tablefpoons of but but-'
' but-' ter of lard, Vg cepi X
of milk, H cup of
water. Then mix la
safla" Auto aiiidl SaFage Coupp'amsr
Successors to Gates Garage
We sell Philadelphia Diamond Grid Batteries
Chandler and Cleveland Automobiles
Look at our Used Cars. All are Bargains ana Guaranteed as represented.
Tires, Tubes, Accessories and Storage
Cars Washed S1.00
Cars Polished $1GD
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PRACTICAL CARPENTER AND
Careful estimates made on all con contract
tract contract m ork. Gives more and better
work fir the money than any other
contrador in the city.
WM. A. TINSMAN
ALL WORK GUARANTEED
Estimates Furnished Free
Phone No. 526, 215 W. 5th St. Ocala
NOTICE TO BAPTISTS
Advertising builds business.
Alt members of the congregation cf
the Baptist church are invited to be
present at an informal reception to
be held at the pastorium Friday, Nov.
1 19th, from 4 to 5 and from 8 to 10 p.
n. dt Committee.
OCA LA EVENING STAB, rRIDAT, NOVEMBER 19, 1121
Tire Prlees Sedeced
DIAMOND Non-Skid, 30x3K. OA lift
old price $23.80, now..... $&SJ.W
DIAMOND Non-Skid, 30x3, QC Af
old price $17.60, now tfJLtMJU
6,000 Mile Guarantee
FEDERAL, FISS AKO DULICSD TUBES
Our Repair Department in charge of all-rouud
mechanics. Expert Generator and Radiator man.
J AS. ENGESSER, Proprietor
Phone 250 West Broadway
NOTES AND COMMENTS
The perfect citizen will obey even
the game laws
Bead Over Ihm Prices :
Best Bine Rose Rice, per pound ...... 10c
Best Head Rice, per pound 12c
Meal and Grits, six pounds for 25c ;
3 Bars of P. & G. Naptha Soap 25c
4 Bars of Clean Easy Soap 25c
Pearline, Grandma, Lighthous and Octa Octagon
gon Octagon Wash Powder 5c
Seafoam Wash Powder, 4 for 25c
Argo Starch, 3 packages for tv.-.I 25c'
Jello Ice Cream Powder, 2 packages for -.. 25c
Fresh Eggs, guaranteed, always on hand.
Premier Peas, 3 cans for ; ... 01.00
Premier Corn, 3 cans for 85c
Klim's Powdered Milk, 1-pound cans .... l 95c
Klim's Powdered Milk, 2 -pound cans 1.90
Klim's Powdered Milk, 5-pound cans..... $3.50
Reddick Peanut Butter, bulk per pound 30c
Reddick Peanut Butter, 1-pound can.....: 35c
Reddick Peanut Butter, 4-pbund can $1.20
All ether Groceries as Low as Good Qualify
and Full Weigh! will allow.
FARMERS EXCHANGE STORE
Successors to CARN-THOMAS CO.
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"Best in the Long Run"
Mr. Bruce Melfcrt, on
one ol these Famous
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Plicae 78 Oklawaha & Main
WTT-EDCE SPRif5 -? .Vl
Sold evesywhero by fumifura dsslczs
exia CLtparunoni stores
ENGLANDER SPRING BEt CO.
Sawbrk -Brooklyn Clxtwg&
UWCJ UUIWU.T l
EB DEPENDABLE AFf01 IJTFIV
Stnr-ff FOR HFAhArHFC
NEEDEIAP' MOTOR CO.
Storage, Gasoline, Oils and Grease.
We use genuine Ford Parts. Cars washed, $1.00
SCRIP PS-B OOTH SIX
Pbcne 252 Cor. Oklawaha and Orange
Used Cars for Sale
An Orala trirX hi renorted tn hp Tip;-
itating whether to get married or go
vo worK. jsne proDaDiy means wnetner
to get married and work overtime.
We understana tnere are seven
Ocala men who assert they have never
kissed a girL, All we have to say is
their education may be complete in
other respects but they are accom
There is a gentleman in our town
who has ordered that the front door
cf his residence be closed every night,
a thing that has never been done dur
ing his residence of, thirty-five years.
Upon being question why,' he said :
WelI, you know ;we have & baby in
the house now and somebody might
want to steal her.
. x An Ocala banker says the average
housewife is extravagant. 1 Yes, we
admit there are some persons who
prefer beefsteak to beans.
We haven't read Antoinette Don Don-Belly's
Belly's Don-Belly's new; book, "New Waistlines
for' Old not that we would object,
but no one, has sent us a copy. But
we will say this much, we have read
of it and we have liked what we nave
read, because this is part of what it
said: 'Now"I 'sit me down and eat, I
pray I shall temptation beat, for if I
yield before I'm through, 111 surely
gaiti a'pound or two.' : f
Ai last oneof theambitions of our
life has been realized. We have seen
a newspaper picture of a tennis player
without- one if oo in the air. These
are certainly revolutionary times.
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The reason why many men and
bdys are not popular with some
girls ris simply because they have not
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Get busy with your paint brushes.
Ocala looks fine, but clean up all the
If any one has more money than
they know what to do' with, give it to
home missions. Maybe some of it
A-ill be spent in our town.
"Anything that adds to happiness
cannot be a waste," said the young
woman who has learned to smoke a
; pipe, t p. p : ;; : -;.:. i: ;
The windows in the shops would do
credit to a city many times the size
of Ocala; Do your Christmas shop shopping
ping shopping early.
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Don't be a tight wad. When the
roll is called up yonder it won't be a
bank roll.' -
' The : thing that gets our Nannie is
how the' chronic loafers manage to get
enough to eat and wear.
We believe one reason why lots of
people do not go to church, is they are
afraid the minister might give out a
hymn with such absolute sentiments
as "Work for the Night is Coming."
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If the nrice of hogs keeps on drop
ping, in the course of a little time
some merchants and landlords won t
bring six cents.
The cost of manicurincr in some
Cities has gone up something awful.
And vet we know oi several nanas
right here in Ocala that cost more to
hold than that .before the game is
over. -y.'.J .. ; i
; The New York Morning Telegraph
says: "English women have set a good
example to their American sisters.
They have discovered that however
soothing a cigarette may be after tea,
or at' any other time, for real solace
tlier is nothiner eaual to a companion
able pipe, preferably of briar, brought
to a state of perfection by much use.
The preference for pipe smoking is
growing; in fact, has become a habit
among the best bred and most fash fashionable
ionable fashionable in the kingdom." If such is
to be considered as "an example to
American" sisters," please excuse us.
America's best .bred women were
raised by old fashioned mothers who
scorned tobacco habits as undreamed
of for the feminine sex.
All over the country we read of
"bobbed hair clubs." It seems that
there is lurking in: every woman's
mind, these days a wish for bobbed
hair.: .They say with their crowning
glory ? clipped, they have an added
sense of freedom, and that with wider
skills French heels will be abandoned,
and more; gymnastics and other sani
ties enjoyed. Well, maybe so, but we
are wondering whether whether hair-
bobbing is beckoning the lovely and
now fully enfranchised sex. Bobbed
hair introduces another complexity
into the unguessable riddle woman.
There's a gentleman in our town
who delights in getting up at early
dawn to shoo chickens out of his veg vegetable
etable vegetable garden. His neighbors say,
"you should worry"; the chickens are
his own so are the pajamas.
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She is young and she is fair," and
she scrambles her hair like the aver average
age average belle of the city. She is proud
but not bold, yet the truth must be
told that the way she chews gum is a
pity, both in private and public
Some people owe a deep debt of
gratitude to their enemies, for it is
It is good-looking; it is com comfortable;
fortable; comfortable; Et is quickly adapt adaptable
able adaptable to any weather change.
It is easy to drive; it costs
little to run.
The gasoline consumption is unusually low.
The tire mileage is unusually high.
A1UT' SALES C.
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thpv who keen their wits bright and
their tools in order against the day
when the two fools will clash;
The dickev birds are 'twittering of
a recent secret marriage and they say
believe us. all you hear is true." ine
happy couple, think they are as evas
ive as a Will o' theVisp.
Exercise in and out of a Wtchett will
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mvp a woman a Deuer cwnwexwa
than comes from any chemical com
poundbut it is hard to convince one
lady that we know' who has just
stacks of truble keeping tired Help
and whose husband spends the str-
vnntlpss Sundava as the' undisputed
kino- of the aforesaid kitchen. We are
told that six days of the week the
good wife presides there, but on tae
seventh, she and all the rest of the
family vanish." They go to church or
to ride or anvwhere their fancy die
tates, but they stay out of the kitchen
until the father, who has been chained
to a desk all the week, poUers bver
the stove to his heart's delight, creat creatine
ine creatine delicacies and dainties. The little
boy says, "Father is a good cook and
ever mother admits it, which is go
A man in a western city choked to
death when he tried to swallow his
birthstone. We know a few in this
town who would choke to death if
they tried to swallow their own self-
Automobiles are seen on the streets
of Ocala from a dozen different states
almost daily. Ohio seems to be in the
lead in tourists, with Indiana a close
second. They all stop long enough to
get a coca-cola or something else wet,
and pass on the southern part 'of the
.When the women of Ocala stepped
in, cast their vote as easily as falling
off a log and then stepped out again,
they couldnt .help wondering .what
was the use of the schools that were
supposed to teach them bow to rote.
Pardon the thought, but one trou trouble
ble trouble with the men of this city is that
for the most part they worship at the
feet of women who wouldn't know
what in the world to do or what would
become of their family if the cook
failed to show up for breakfast.
Calves may be padded and complex complexions
ions complexions may be faked, but there is no
way to camouflage an empty sknIL
Insist upon your orangeade being
made with fresh oranges. The Court
Don't think this is all I am going
to have for you Thanksgiving,
just a few of the things I am re receiving
ceiving receiving this week.
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EXTRA FANCY iSSIUES GOLDIrAPPLI
EXTEA FANCY STAYMAN WE1E3AP APPLE3
EXTRA FANCY OLD TIHE WTNESAP APPLES
EXTRA FANCY PURS GOLD WTNESAP APPLES
EXTRA FANCY JONATHAN ; WASHIlGTON APPLES
EXTRA FANCY WTNTER BANANA" WASmNGTON APPLES
EXTRA FANCY DELICIOUS WASHINGTON APPLES
EXTRA FANCY E2IPEROR KEG CALIFORNIA GRAPES
EXTRA FANCY Ef fPEROR5 BAE2ET 1 CALIFORNIA GRAPES
EXTRA FANCY LONDON LAYER CALIFORNIA RAISINS
EXTRA FANCY LONDON LAYER CALIFORNIA FIGS
EXTRA FANCY IMPORTED LAYER FIGS
EXTRA FANCY DONJON WASHINGTON PEARS
FXTRA FANCY HO WES CAPE COD CRANEERR3IE3
EXTRA FANCY LARGE CELERY
EXTRA FANCY BUDDED CAIJFORNIA WALNUTS
EXTRA FANCY SOUTH AMERICAN WALNUTS
EXTRA FANCY BRAZIL NUTS I
EXTRA FANCY BUDDED CALIFORNIA ALMONDS fc
: Paper Shell Pecans
Luscious Bananas and Cocoanuts
Cigars Cigarettes- Tobacco
Read the Star Want ilds. It pay
OCALA EVENING STAR, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 19, 192
If you have any
phone to five-one.
Temperature this morning, 43; this
Just in, a; barrel of Black Twig
apples; also extra fine California eel
ery. Main Street Market, xhone 408. 2t
for girls at THE
Mr. S. Lehman was a representative
of South Lake Weir in the city yes
Howe's cranberries, with or with without
out without turkey for Thanksgiving, are fine.
W. A. Stroud. 16-4t
Books for boys
Mrs. E. J. Cardy will arrive in
Ocala next week from St. Petersburg
to spend the winier at the home of
her son, Mr. G. S. Scott, and family.
Did you know our girls' dresses are
selling ridiculously low? Fishers. 113t
You can 'see the juice being pressed
from the fresh fruit when you get an
orangeade at the Court Pharmacy. 6t
Mrs. W. J. Frink and pretty daugh daughter,
ter, daughter, Betty will arrive in Ocala from
Sumica next week to spend several
weeks with Mrs. Frink's father, Mr.
D. E. Mclver.
Hundreds of books for children at
THE BOOK SHOP. 16-4t
Minnehaha Indian Moccasins just
the thing for bedroom comfort. Have
your feet examined by an absolute
expert free. Little's Shoe Parlor. 6t
Mr. ana Mrs. George Kittridge and
son of Atlanta, are visitors in the city
for a short time en route to Orlando
for a stay there with Mrs. Kiitridge's
brother, Mr. Ed Drayton, who will be
pleasantly remembered in this.- city.
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,We have a car load of Bananas' oil the Seaboard
Team Track which are being sold ? l(
Come early as they will not last lori
at the prices.
Tonight- at ItheWoman's Club the
members of the Cfcing-a'-Ling Club"
will give, their second. dance and the
occasion is oemg anticipated witn
much pleasure. f
Just in, a barrel of Black Twig
apples; also extra fine California cel celery.
ery. celery. Main Street Market, phone 108. 2t
This week is children's book week
at THE BOOK SHOP. .. 16-4t
Mrs. Harry Walters will entertain
three tables of auction this afternoon
in compliment to Mrs. Hugh Futch
of St.. Petersburg, the attractive guest
of Mrs. Leverett Futch.
Don't forget Thanksgiving will be
here next week. See my ad this week.
W. A, Stroud. Phone 218. 16-4t
WV K, 1 Lane,5 M. D Physician and
Surgeon; specialist Eye, Ear, Nose and
Throat. Office over 5 and 10 cent store,
Ocala; Fla. .- v w tf
Little Miss.. Marion Walkley, the
second daughter of Mrs. Allen Walk- f
ley, is quite m, waicu news wm?ue
received with regret by her many
young and older friends.
Apalachicola oysters every day.
Cook's Market and .. Grocery, phone
243, North Mam street.' 17-tf
Don't fail to visit the Guarantee
Clothing & Shoe Company. Every Everything
thing Everything we sell is guaranteed. We're
ghting for QUALITY not prices, tf
Next Monday afternoon from
6 o'clock, the ladies, of the Presbyte Presbyterian
rian Presbyterian church will give a silver tea at
the "home :f '.Mrs. J. H. Taylor, to
which thepublic is cordially invited.
"What Every Child Should Know,"
is a. splendid series for children; 20
titles at THE BOOK SHOP. 16-4t
Make a bookshelf for, your children.
THE BOOK SHOP.-' j V 16-4t
"Superexcelleht" may be a
word, .hat it, describes the; 3 rolls we
seiW..bur customers -&sh;:eYeryday.
Yoe intend to
And with a
Mrs. H. Mote of Leesburg accom
panied, by her guests, Mrs. J. A. Hans Hans-borough
borough Hans-borough of Tampa and their niece,
Miss, Justine Savarese of Savannah,
Ga were guests in the city yesterday
at the home of Mrs. William Hocker
and Mrs. Louis DuvaV
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work? called fof delivered and guar guaranteed.
anteed. guaranteed. Ocala Mirror and ; Plating
Works, Yonge block, .Fort King
avenue, phone 594. 9-tf
We always strive to please you at
FISHEL'S. : : ll-8t
Tomorrow morning, beginning at 10
o'clock,5 ithe members of the Philathea
class "of the Baptist church will hold
a candy sale on the Ocala House
porch. Those desiring' the very best
home made candy a3 remarkably low
prices should visit this sale.
W.; F. Blesch wishes to inform the
public that he has added another skill skilled
ed skilled barber to his ; force and is better
able than ever to promptly serve his
customers. . 17-6t
. Orangeade, from fresh fruit made
while vyou wait--at the, Court Pharm
All of the Milton Bradley books for
children at THE BOOK SHOP. 16-4t
Mrs. Martha Williams is for the
present' niaking her home with her
daughter, Mrs. R. S. Hall. On account
of being robbed and roughly handled
last Sunday night by a burglar, Mrs.
Williams was compelled to leave her
home, where she was so independent independently
ly independently happy and comfortable. She may
never entirely recover from the fright
given her. ' ?
"Fresh and crisp, with just enough
sweetening to make it palatable
makes Federal Bread the best to be
Flower bulbs at
the Ocala Seed
Double recleanea seed oats and rye.
Ocala Seed Store. ; 6-tf
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ffiW-Miuiey- nil- Tnires
, L WE WILL SELL YOU :
:ISre for lie Fnm
Paths Phonopraph at that
Phonograph (except 2 small table
This would be an unprecedented offer with any
phonograph BUT THIS IS THE PATH the one
supreme instrument: Supreme in tone, supreme in de design,
sign, design, supreme in cabinet quality, supreme in reputa reputation
tion reputation the very 'phonograph you would prefer even
without this offer of a complete outfit of records ($25
worth) free all latest up-to-the-minute records, your
own selection. No Needles to Changs!
COSTS NO MORE THAN THE ORDINARY
Plays all Records
The Pathe has no equal as a musical instrument.
Free records with a Pathe make it unapproachable.
FOR A LIMITED TIME
Discriminating buyers will be de
lighted with EVERWEAR HOSIERY.
Mr. Frank Haviland of Belle view
was a well known visitor m tne city
this morning. Mr. and Mrs. Haviland
have been regular winter visitors for
many -years and the many mends
that they have become popular with
will learn with much pleasure that
the pretty little town of Belleview
has captured them for they expect to
make their home there the year
around, having sold their property in
When you get ready for ; your
SWEATER and LONG COAT, re
member your dollar goes furthest at
FISHEL'S. f, ll-3t
Dont fail to visit the Guarantee
Clothing & Shoe Company. Every Everything
thing Everything we sell is guaranteed. We're
Sghxing for QUALITY not prices, tf
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
Leave ? Arrive
2:20 am Jackaonville-NTTork 2:10 aza
1:55 pm Jacksonville 1:30 pm
4:05 pm Jacksonville 4:05 pm
2:15 am Manatee- 4:05 pta
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Get the habit of reading the ads. FOR SALE Florida BLACK RYE,
-. :- at $3.25 per bushel J. P. Smith,;,
UMpi MSiFIFf) Ebb-Fla 1512t
IVUl.HUyll IL.U WANTED A good farmer to farm
AITlW ETOXICrnlCMXO on shares. Also would like to plant
Uylll I lO Hi 1 1U I O ten, fifteen or twenty acres of oats
, ; on shares. I have good land near
WANTED, LOST, FOUND, FOR town. W. D. Cam. 15-tf
SALE, FOR RENT AND SIM- ... 1Jrpc ,
: ILAR LOCAL NEEDS -ABBA.GE PLANTS-Protected from
- ( frost by overhead irrigation.-- Char-
n.. iI. 4i,, leston Wakefield, Early Summer,-
Rates: Six, lines, maximum, one time, t. t t ij i
25c; three times, 50c; six times, 75c.; L"Pon 3 st IsI.a"d .see.d'
me month, $3. Payable in advance. f h50 Per .thousand; special price in
- large quantities. Parcel post or-
WANTED To buy small farm be- ders 25 cents per thousand extra,
tween Ocala and Bartow, Fla. A. J. R.' Davis Farms, Bartow, Fla. tf
E. Nix, Clem, Ga. 19-2t wrkriri TTT, 7 7"T
' WOOD When you want wood, phone
FOR SALE 1917 moder Ford touju 5C6; oak or pine, stove or fireplace.
ing car, or will trade for real es- Broadway Woodyard, L. A. Sand-
tate. S. S. Savage Jr. 19-6t ers, Proprietor. ll-12t
FOR SALE Seed cane, $12 per thou- WOOD Oak and pine, cut to any
sand; two large mules, $450 for lengthy delivered on short notice,
the pair; one fresh jersey cow and f h,ne M. E. L. Howell, Oz.
three weeks old calf, $75. Apply (phone charges paid.) ) 11-tf
to N. W. Harison, Oklawaha, Flor- FQR S ALE Motorcycle; Excelsior,
lda- 19"12t twin cylinder, thoroughly-overhaul-
'FOR RENT My entire home which ed; Bosch .magneto, new tires, new new-I
I new-I can be used as two apartments, on painted; looks and runs like new.' A
i Orange avenue. For further partic- qPick saI fr ?125- wni Sive deIn deIn-ulars
ulars deIn-ulars see me or call Mrs. Martha onstration if you mean business.
Williams at the home of Mrs. R. S. Write J- E- Knight, Citronelle Flor Flor-Hall,
Hall, Flor-Hall, Fort King avenue. 19-tf lda 11-16-Gt
FOR SALE Having to return north, FOR SALE 25,000 stalks improved
must sell my tourist's "palace on Japanese seed cane, at $2 per hun hun-!
! hun-! wheels." Equipped for cooking, eat- dred. Mayo-Lyles-Cauthen Farm,
ing, sleeping and traveling. A fine Summerfield. " 16-tf
outfit. To be seen at the camp
grounds. 19-2t WANTED House to rent or pur-
1 : chase, five or six rooms, in good
FOR SALE Ten acres of land in locality; all conveniences. Address
Marion county, near Belleview. House, box 606, Ocala, Fla. 15-6t
Write owner, Geo. J. Hummel, 219 Tnn 7- ;
Marie Ave., St. Paul, Minn. 19-6t VOOD FOR SALE $1 and $2 loads
, of oak and pine wood. Phone S22,
FOR SALE Four pure bred Rhode residence. E. Bomolini. 18-lSt
Island Red cockerels. Mrs. Z. C.
Chambliss. 12-6t LOST On the streets of Ocala, one
; black folio. Reward to finder by ap-
FOR SALE Fifty acre farm two plying to J. K. Vaughn, Colonial
miles from Ocala. Apply to owners. Hotel. 18-lt
Collier Brothers. 30-tf
: FOR SALE OR TRADE One second
WANTED Boarders at 704 North hand 2-hp. International engine,
Magnolia street. Rates, ,$9 per one new steel bur commeal mill;
week or $2 per day. Mrs. J. E. will trade for anything. D. N.
Stilley. ' 17-7t Mathews, 609 Second SL, Ocala. 6t
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