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OCALA, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 3, 1920.
IGEI11A W ITAOAIIS
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Incites French Newspapers to Say
England is Losing Control of
. that Commodity
' (Associated press)
Paris Dec. 3 -Large arrivals of
American coal at French ports are
causing comment by the newspapers,
which say England is losing her priv privileged
ileged privileged position in the world as a coat
exporter and America is aiming at
obtaining control.' American deliv deliveries
eries deliveries are being made at $14 a ton,
against $29 two months ago.
Is it Going to Win or Will It Only
Nourish 0r Fatart
Sum Members of League of Nations
Think No. 10 Could be Left
Oat, -with Advantage
Boston, Dec 3. Herbert Hoover,
opening today the $23,000,000 dollar
campaign for feeding destitute Euro
pean children, said by reecmg intra
we would replace the hate in the
nunds of the next generation, who
were -left by the war in the greatest
famine hi 200 years. r
AN ATTEMPT TO
President-Elect and Mrs. Harding are
Due to Arrive at Old Point Cora Cora-.
. Cora-. fort Tomorrow
'Old Point Comfort, Va., Dec. 3.
Virginia will extend a fitting welcome
19 the president-elect and Mrs. Hard-
big on. their arrival tomorrow from
Panama. From the time they land
here f rom -tW- steamship Pastores,
until they leave the Old Dominion for
Washington, after a two-days' visit
Virginia hospitality will hold sway
and politics will be forgotten.
,1 Hampton Roadscities will honor
, the newly-elected president during
Saturday. The western part of the
state will extend its welcome on Sun
day when he visits the Elks' National
Home at Bedford City, to deliver the
annual memorial address before Elks
from all parts of the country.
.' Landing early tomorrow morning,
President-elect and Mrs. Harding will
be met by a reception committee and
escorted in automobiles through
Phoebus and Hampton, with a possi
ble visit to the Soldiers' Home locat located
ed located between the two towns. At New
port News a visit will be made to the
shipyard where a number of naval
craft, including- three great battle
ships and two battle cruisers are un un-,
, un-, der construction. i Afterward a public
- reception will be held in the Academy
of Music and it is expected the president-elect
.will made an address. A
5 lour will follow through the business
section of the city and as the" party
(passes under the Victory Arch the
( ; school children and Boy Scouts as assembled
sembled assembled there will extend their greet greeting.
ing. greeting. After a luncheon in his honor at
a hotel, the president-elect and his
'party will cross Hampton Roads to
visit Norfolk. The afternoon will be
... spent visitinsr points of interest in'
. Norfolk with possibly a visit to the
f navy yard at Portsmouth and the
great Hampton Roads naval training
' Station. A dinner in honor of Mr,
' Harding will be given during the eve
ning and later it is expected he will
address a meeting arranged by the
reception committee. The president
, fleet and his party will leave Norfolk
about 11 p. m. on a special train
i will reach Bedford City Nearly Sunday
Mr. Harding and his party will
leave Bedford City in -time o reach
.wasmngton at noon Monaay.
' .- (AsocUt4 Press)
Toronto, Dec. 3. An excavation
has been made under the -Grand The
ater in search of the body of Ambrose ;Kenyon committee.
Small., the long missing and
wealthy theatrical manager. ,.
Geneva, Nov. 3. Adoption of a
resolution eliminating article ten from
the covenant of the league of nations
at the present session of the assembly
would occasion no surprise, it is de declared
clared declared in some quarters.
, ,, y
USELESS WASTE OF
TBIE AND MONEY
5 (Associated Press)
' Washington, Dec. 3. Authority.. to
continue the investigation into cam
paign expenditures until March 4th
will be asked of the Senate by the
Xmas Deserts Must Notbe Flavored
with Anything Containing
Washington, Dec. v 3. Flavoring
Cnristmas deserts with alcoholic
spirits is a violation of the prohibi prohibition
tion prohibition enforcement law and such foods
will be liable to seizure, the bureau
of internal revenue announces.
AUCTION FOR MRS. MARTIN
AND MISS CAMP
SEEMS LIKE NOBODY'S
MAIL 13 SAFE
" (Associated press)
Chattanooga, Dec. 3. Four armed
men robbed the mail car of a Southern
northbound train today and escaped.
The postoffice at Oneida was prev
1 CATHOLIC MISSIONS
ANTO BANDITS ROBBED ;
A BANK IN OHIO
f (Associated Pres
Columbus, O., Dec 3. Five armed
auto bandits obtained $12,000 in a
bold daylight robbery at a national
bank at Grover City and escaped
after locking the occupants in a
Cooler Weather Greeted Senator and
Mrs. Harding's Party Off
Aboard S. S. Pastores, Dec 3.
Cool weather greeted the Harding
party steaming off the Carohnas
headed for Norfolk. The steamer is
behind schedule owing to the heavy
head winds. The senator and his
party discarded their white suits for
WILL NO LONGER WRESTLE
Cincinnati, Dec. 3. Catholic pre
lates from throughout the country
today organized a permanenti w expe
zation of Catholic missions of the t,re from wrestling after his
United 'States to arouse interest in
New York, Dec. 3. -Joe Stecher,
world's heavyweight wrestling cham champion,
pion, champion, announces that he expects to re-
See the children's shoes, $1 up. II.
A. Waterman. T he Haberdasher 3-3t
The auction party yesterday after
noon given by Mrs. Chas. H. Lloyd
of Jacksonville, at the home of her
parents. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Harris,
in honor of Mrs. Edmund Martin, a
bride of this season, and Miss Nettie
Camp, a debutante, was an exceed
ingly pleasant affair. rIhe occasion
was very informal and the invited
guests included the members of the
"A" Club and a few of the relatives
of the honorees. After several hours
cf auction, Mrs. Lloyd, assisted by
her mother, Mrs. F. E. Harris, served
a salad course. Mrs. JackCamp se secured
cured secured a dainty prize for making high
score and to the honorees Mrs. Lloyd
presented lovely vanity cases. Tho'
this was one of the smaller affairs of
the season it was none the less en enjoyable,
joyable, enjoyable, being one of the most inter interesting
esting interesting and informal parties given in
the city for ome time.
WILL AID FARMERS
. Our bums nave arrived narcissus, narcissus,-hyacinths
hyacinths narcissus,-hyacinths a nd tulips. Get yours at
once. Court Pharmacy. l-6t
Rejection of that Country's Proposal I Poet-Warrior is Proving Too Grtzt
to the League Assembly May I an Obstacle to Adriatic
Cause It to Withdraw I Peace
(Associated Press) .1 (Associated Press)
Buenos Aires, Dec. 3. Rejection by I Trieste, Dec 3. A state cf war ba
the assembly of the league of nations jtween Italy and Fiume was declared
of the Argentina, proposals favoring by Captain d'Annunzio, effective to-
admission of all countries in the day. Frame is blockaded. Actual bos-
league may result int the withdrawal I tilities are not evident.
of Argentina from the league, it is
CHEAP FEEDS PROVING
POPULAR IN CHICAGO
WORK OF THE FLORIDA
HIGH SCHOOL BOYS IN v
TROUBLE FOE HAZING
: (Associated Press)
Fitzgerald, Ga Dec 3. Alleged
attempts by high school boys to haze
Prof. Barrington, a faculty member,
resulted in the sweairng put ox
warrant against Prof. T. C Carter,
charging assault and battery when he
went to rescue Barrington, ordering' a
grand jury investigation and the ex
pulsion of a dozen students.
. : : : "i-::'-.r
INCREASE OF B1POUTS
. IN OCTOBSR
' Today is the Day to s
bud M Laa
Washington, Dec 3. The toUl of
exports for manufactured foods ready
for consumption increased $55,827,000
during October over September, ac
cording to the department of com
Washington, Dec 3. Secretary of
the Treasury Houston before the
joint Senate and House agricultural
committee declared that treasury of officials
ficials officials were giving serious thought to
the situation facing the farmers by
falling prices without reaching any
COPS HUNTING FOR CLARA
Arkmore, Okla., Dec. 3, The u-
thorfties are awaiting 'word of the
arrest of Miss Clara-Smith Sough, in
s connection with the fatal shooting of
Jake X." Hamon, republican national
committeeman. The police of several
i : cities are on the lookout. Detectives
examining trunks in Kansas City al alleged
leged alleged as belonging fto; the woman, are
.said to have found calling cards bear-
. Ing the name "Clara Smith Hamon,"
anL-a railroad pass with a similar
New York, Dec. 8 The steamship
Celtic bringing.. Mrs. McSwecney the
widow of the late lord mayor of Cork,
and Miss Mary McSweeney are ex
pected to pass into the harbor, today,
and elaborate plans have been made
o welcome them.
u MASKED BANDITS ROBBED
V A TRAIN OF ITS MAIL
f Minneapolis, Dec. 3. Two masked
-bandits entered the mail car of a
Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul pas
csenger train outside the city limits,
.bound the crew and jumped from the
; train with 100 pieces of registered
mailand made their escaped I
KING OF SIAM
CIIOSES HIS COUSIN
? (Ajisoctated Press)
Boston, DecS.The king of Siam,
who renounced his right to a harem,
has chosen his first cousin for his
Just arrived, a select line of the
u.ituirij rAKisiAW 1VOKX,. in
Manicure Sets, Mirrors, Combs and
Brushes and assorted pieces, at Anti Anti-Monopoly
Monopoly Anti-Monopoly Drug Store. 3-20t
Tomorrow Never Comes.
One4of the Best SAVING HABITS is
Washington, Dec. 3. The wireless
telegraph, as a means of carrying; to
the farmers agricultural market news
such as prices and conditions is to be
tested by the department of agricul agriculture
ture agriculture in co-operation with the bureau
of standards. The experiment is to
be tried in half a dozen Maryland and
Virginia counties adjacent to the Dis
trict of Columbia and is successful
will be extended over the country.
The plans contemplate the eventual
ue of 17 wireless stations over the
ccuntry. The wireless news of mar
ket conditions and prices will' be sent
broadcast and arrangements will be
made with numerous private licensed
operators who would aid in distribut distributing
ing distributing the reports to farmers and others
interested in the territory covered.
Present plans for the system pro provide
vide provide for the use of ten wireless sta stations
tions stations with a 250-mile radius, eight in
the east where market centers are
more numerous nd closer together,
aid two in the far west; two 300 300-mile
mile 300-mile radius stations to reach the out outlying
lying outlying points of Maine and New York,
to be located in the northeastern part
cf the country, and five 500-mile ra radius
dius radius stations west of the Mississippi
Each of the distributing radio sta stations
tions stations would be connected with the
Washington headquarters and other
distributing stations by leased tele
graph wires of the present market
news service of the department and
twice a day would receive for immed
iate release by wireless a summarized
report of market conditions and quo
tations at the principal centers and
shipping points. Detailed reports of
market conditions in the immediate
territory would also be released, as
well as crop and weather reports is issued
sued issued by the department of agriculture.
Jacksonville, Dec 1. The annual
meeting of the Florida Development!
Chicago, Dec 2. Judging by their
patronage, the 3c. and 5c meals put
up by the Chicago board of education
are making an enormous success.
The city's "penny -lunch" business
Board wilKbe held December 7th, at f f . thouA M-
405 Consolidated building. Jackson- tomers a day. Sales, measured ia
ville, for election of five regional vice pennics and nickleCamount- daiIy
presidents and three vice presidents at ?4000 and
large, to serve as the board of direc- We have to cha-e the cmdnn
tors, who will immediately thereafter away remarked Dr. Frank B. Bm Bm-eiect
eiect Bm-eiect the officers to serve during the director of specal schools UIvd.r
ensuing year. r the board of education, ""who has
Recognizing the importance of the charge of this work. "Of ten we have
live stock industry, the Florida De- to stand at he door 8nd protect the
vdopment Board invited Dr. John R. junch rooms so they won't be over over-Mohler,
Mohler, over-Mohler, chief. United States bureau" of run."
animal industry to visit Florida and Dr. Brunersaid that oennv lnsichea
meet some of the leading live stock had been established in 57 cf the
owners for an exchange ol views on city.s eiementary schools. Their ob
methods of conducting live stock san- hectt he observed, is to provide sub sub-itation
itation sub-itation work and improvement of live Utaktial food at the least cost for chil-
stock m this state. He designated dren coming from homes where there
October 27th as convenient' for suoh i3 real necessity. Lunch rooms there there-a
a there-a meeting in JacksonviUe, at which fore have been opened, in districts
there were present officers and mem- where, as "a general thing, the people
Ders oi tne btate lave JstocK unitary iare not as wen iq do
Board; Florida Swine Growers Asso Association;
ciation; Association; Florida Dairy Association;
Cattle Raisers Association of Florida,
and Florida Development Board to
discuss with Dr. Mohler and several
CITY TAX N0TIC3
City taxes and licenses due.'
A discount cf 2 per cent allowed ca
members of his force, existing condi-lcity taxes if paid in November. Ti-s
tions in the state.
It was the first conference of that
character Dr. Mohler had attended in
Florida, and later he made a trip thrd
the state to get first hand information
about working conditions and oppor opportunities
tunities opportunities for developing the live stock
industries. ; ..
Extensive development of the dairy
farming industry in Florida depends
to a large extend upon securing a
market for the surplus fresh milk
produced during the summer months.
In an effort to make a survey of the
probable quantity which may be avail-
tax rate slightly reduced.
w. w. Clyxtt,
4-tf City Tax Col&ettr.
ELKS, TAKE NOTICE
Memorial services will be held ia
the lodge room at 11 o'clock a. ra.,
Sunday, December Eth.
30-6t C. Y. Miller, E. R.
WOMAN'S CLUB NOTICE
Your saving here is around 10 per cent, and in a great
many cases, more. S
The reason that we can sell for less, is due to the
fact that we sell for cash. S
Stores doing a charge and delivering business are E
bound to ask more for-their goods. This is done to E
cover delivery charges, over-head expense and losses on
bad accounts. E
If you pay cash, spend it where YOUR DOLLAR E
WILL DO YOU THE MOST GOOD. 1
Dion is a List of A Few.of Our Prices
WHEAT MILLERS ARE
NOT QUITE SO BUSY
EMPLOYEES ON BOARD OF
A BIG COBPOBATION
Cincinnati, O., Nov. H.
French, vice president of the Proctor
& Gamble Company, -in f peaking of
the plan of the company of having its
5000 employees represented on th
board of directors by thrive of their
number, said it is still in the experi
mental stage, but evidences tendency
to bring the mass of the tmployM
closer to the management. He states
the innovation has now entered on its
second year, is full of jfromise and
that it is a helpful step in the right
Sanford, Dec. 3. A cjirloaof let lettuce,
tuce, lettuce, shipped from this section,
brought its grower a profit of 12,455,
after its salt on the New York mar
ket, according to an announcement
made here Wednesday. The net profit
is believed to be a record in the Unit United
ed United States The shipment contained
400 hampers which brought an aver
age of fS each.
Arlachicola oysters every -day.
Coc? j Market and Grocery, phosa
,tth Main street. 17-tf
Ve are closing our overcoats out
from $10.75 up. II. A, Waterman
The Haberdasutr. v 8-3t
; Christmas books
10 cent Tin SHINOLA
Shoe Polish, Tan. Black Q
10c. Spices, Ground Cinna Cinnamon,'
mon,' Cinnamon,' Cloves, Ground Nut-
jmeg. Allspices, Red Pepper,
Black Pepper and Qg
White Pepper OC
Coffee, pound . .
Our Own Coffee,
. Coffee pe pound.
Quarter lb. tins Tet- OO
Washing Powder. v
24 c I
j Apples, 15 oz pkgs
New Crop Fancy Ck
Prunes, 80s-90s, lb 1 C
Ntw Crop- Fancy OO
Prunes, 50s-60s, lb tQ
New Crop Fancy OO
Prunes, 40s-50s, lb OC
ss ley's Mixed Tea.
Half pound tins Tet Tet-ley's
ley's Tet-ley's Mixed Tea.
10c packages -Tetley's
P. & G.
Arm & Hammer
Half lb. Tins Rum Rum-ford
ford Rum-ford Baking Pwdr
One lb. tins Rum Rum-ford
ford Rum-ford Baking Pwdr
' Breakfast Bacon
No. 2 tins Best
No. 2 tins WTiite
10c. pkgs. National
Biscuit Cakes .
20c. pkgs. National
Biscuit Cakes .
Chicago, Dec. 2. The wheat flour
milling business, to whjch attention
was called by the Kansas industrial
court's investigation of Kansas milt milters
ers milters for reducing operations, is the
quietest it has been in ten years, ac according
cording according to A. P. Husband, secretary
ct the Millers National Federation.
He said there is practically no export
cal for flour and that domestic demand
falls much below a capacity based on
a large export trade.
The miller has not been an impor
tant factor in buying wheat this
year," Mr. Husband said. "The reduc
ed quantity of wheat he has, been able
to handle has largely withdrawn him
from the market."
Lack of export trade Mr. Husband
attributed for, the most part to unf av av-02
02 av-02 able ocean freight rates on flour as
compared with wheat He said an ad
vantage given wheat of 25c. a hun
dredweight had operated to draw
American wheat to Europe where it
was made into flour and sold at lower
prices than American flour could be
Consequently, he said, millers in
Great Britain, Holland, Denmark and
Sweden, where the United States had
been doing a large business, have
been very busy and that European
needs appeared to be taken care of
until next spring.
The differential against flour Jias
been reduced to 5c. a hundredweight,
but Mr. Husband said this reduction
h&d come so late it would not do much
to encourage export.
MICHIGAN TATER CROP
MEASURED IN MILLIONS
The Woman's Club will -meet Sat Saturday
urday Saturday afternoon at 3 o'clock and pre-
able in all sections of the state next "dmg meSn th ere will be
summer the Florida Development
an executive board meeting at 2:29
o'clock. Louise H. Clark, Sec'y.
JACOB'S SUPERB CANDIES in
holiday boxes. Prices from 5c. to $25.
Anti-Monopoly Drug Store, exclusive
Board asked the executive committee
of the Florida Dairy Association, and
representatives of the railroad pas passenger
senger passenger and agricultural' departments
to meet the wholesale milk dealers in
our office on Nov. 24th. The passenger
agents were invited because the trans transportation
portation transportation of milk is under their juris
diction. Every section of Florida was
that Tamn nrf o J ' Hh Pcmt' N C DeC' 3Hercb.
.- v. : it.:. a
only markets having large quantities L . ,
. ... . . thwart, burglars who have stolen
of fresh milk in excess of consumption .
J 1 j ; IUVUSAUU3 VI UUUt9 V Ui VI UiCl-
VAI UUU1 tUC BUU1U1C1 IllVIlblta.
PREVALENCE OF ROBBERIES
AROUND HIGH POINT
The conference requested the Flor
ida Dajry Association to foster an
advertising campaign devoted to
food value of fresh milk and requested
the Florida Development Board to
chandise within the last ten days.
STACKING UP SUGAR
Havana, Dec. 3-Sagar stocks in
Cuba total 270,000 tons, the govern-
take the data submitted and try to Jment reports,
interest some one in establishing:
manufacturing plants to handle the ATTEMPT AT LYNCHING
surplus fresh milk. The indications ? WAS REPULSED
are that Tampa will have about 500
gallons surplus per day from April to I Goldsboro, N. C Dec. 3 Goldsboro
October, including what is shipped in J is quiet today atfer a mob last night
from Brooksville, Dade City and other J stormed the court house in an "effort
stations in that territory, whSe Jack-1 to lynch five negroes guarded by a
sonville will have about 1500 gallons Ifew citizens. One man was shot.
per day, including what is produced
at Tallahassee and shipped daily.
Anyone interested in handling the
surplus fresh milk at Tampa or Jack Jacksonville
sonville Jacksonville will please write to the Flor-
Traverse City, Mich., Dec. 3 Pota
to vbuyers estimate, that northern
Michigan warehouses hold 1,000,000
bushels of potatoes, which the grow
ers demand a dollar a bushel. They
have been offered 60 cents. They pre-
j2-dict a recurrence of the experience of
Mr. A. T. Clark, advance agent for
the Great Rhoda Royal Circus, is ia
ida Development Board, Jacksonville. I the city with his car and his men are
Last spring the Florida Develop- huz? Posting advertisements over the
ment Board requested Miss Sarah W. countT umnS of the coming of this
Partridge, state home demonstration show, which is booked for Ocala Dec
nnmhr of reeeiists for cookiner sweet
potatoes, especially keeping in' mind I Nebraska, which has made request
the utilization of other Florida grown iU "st-
products such as peanuts and cane In making up your list of Christ Christ-syrup
syrup Christ-syrup in connection therewith. mas Presents for friends in' other
Miss Partridge secured the co- velopment Board
operation of the home economics de- Jt f COnsWCT
partment at the Florida State College D cf lt fnjf' Pan.. etc.,
for Women, and together they tried appreciatcd
out a multitude of recipes submitted, e ffcipients and help to advertus
at the same time working out some r,onda' t the aame time creating a
of their own, with the result ht iarger marKet Ior on da products.
there now is available for distribu distribution
tion distribution bulletin No. 32, "Sweet Potatoes
Cos East One West of Courthouse
11914, when, thousands
Christmas is only three weeks off.
You should shop early while our line
is complete. Neckwear, gloves.
handkerchiefs, initial' belts, collar
etc. Come around and talk with us,
we have the goods. H. A. Waterman,
on the Table." by Miss Partridge, con containing
taining containing 21 recipes and some definite
information on food value of sweet
potatoes, which in the cooked stage
have 2.1 as much fuel or ; energy
value as boiled Irish potatoes. Sweet
potatoes also are a protective food,
containing elements known as vita vita-mines,
mines, vita-mines, essential to life and growth;
The Florida Development Board
desires information about summer re resorts
sorts resorts and recreation camps in-Flor-
3-St ida, to furnish the University cf
WARTMANN NURSERY CO.,
. Ocsls, Flau-
LARGE LUE GUI GONG
r ORANGE TREES.
Wni DeUrer and Plant fcr
The Large Trees.
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such a period, and we might as well
go though it with as much patience
as we can summon. It will be better
further on- Lakeland Telegram.
"Entering such a period" is bad.
We had hoped we were at least to
The man who is held mainly re responsible
sponsible responsible for keeping the strike in
existence, long after he knows it is
lost for he is not-a fool has been
living on the fat of the land at once
of the local hotels until the last few
days. He has denied himself nothing
in the way of food as his appearance
will show and as the known facts
bout his habits attest. His ex expenses
penses expenses have been large and his fare
has been luxurious. Yet there are
little children in Ybor City, emaciat emaciated,
ed, emaciated, half starving, under nournished,
whose parents would be providing
food for them but for the false advice
given by this man and those working
with him. Tampa Times.
Why don't you take the gentleman
you refer to out in the woods some
night and swing him to a liveoak
limb? Many men have been lynched
SPIRIT OF THE SOUTH
. Uncle Sam would make a good um umpire
pire umpire for the Nations League.
The Sinn Fein is trying to turn the
unarald isle into the crimson isle.
. A large and rapidly increasing part
of transportation is becoming truck truck-portation.
portation. truck-portation. Looks like Mr. Wilson is going to
be in as big hurry to recognize Mexico
at the end of his term of office as he
was slow about it at the beginning.
A correspondent of the Tampa
Times says the liquor stowed in
bonded warehouses of the United
States amounts to half a gallon per
person and if drank at the old rate
would last only thirty-six days.
Seems to the Star like the best way
;b rid the country of the troublesome
stuff would be to sell it at half a gallon
er person, or, as at least half our
people are prohibitionists, a gallon to
each person who wanted it. There
are eight able-bodied men connected
with the Star, each of whom knows
how to drink in discretion, and if the
government wants to adopt the plan
we suggest to get rid jof the liquor it
may ship eight gallons to the Star
right away. Personally, we prefer
that our gallon be Scotch.
P. S. The linotype operator is not
so: particular. '-
Alfred Hamer, president of the
Southern Interstate Hotel Associa
tion, says prohibition has benefited
the hotels. We hardly think anybody
will dispute his assertion.
It has been said many times in the
last twelve months that the. league of
nations is dead, but during its meet
ings in Geneva it has shown consid
erable vitality for a corpse.
' Enthusiastic newspapers are print
ing pictures of the hands of the
United States and Mexico clasped in
friendship We hope some of the Am American,
erican, American, blood has been washed off the
Mexican side of the clasp.
It is the opinion of an American
correspondent who has had the
chance to study the Irish question
and the Irish people pretty well that
about 80 per cent of the people of
that unhappy island would rather
have peace and quiet than anything
. The league of nations ought to be
rieidly fixed in its inception. If it
can change or expand its powers o:
its own volition no nation will know
what it is getting into when it be
comes a member. Times-Union.
Won't each nation that joins have
a vote and a voice as soon as it gets
in?- I-?-';-.-. :
The cigarmakers of Tampa have
been on strike for eight months. I
appears that a vast majority of the
cigarmakers want to go back to work.
but are restrained, by their f radical
leaders. It seems to the Star like the
people of Tampa might settle tha
matter some time between sunse
and sunrise if they wanted to.
The Tampa Tribune advises farm
ers not to go on a strike, lest the
starving people of the cities invade
the country, kill the. farmers and ap
propriate their 'food.' That might
work for awhile in thickly settled
places, but in the greater part of
America the country people are not
only in the majority, but have the
protection of long distances. Beside,
the people of small towns would side
with the country people. It would
be very bad all around, but in the
end the big city people would get the
worst of it. Let's hope that mutual
good sense will prevent such an awful
A friend of ours, somewhat ruf
fled by an article we wrote recently,
e ... .
Desougnt us not to write any more
like it. "Be more Christlike," he said
We don't think we have the ability
to be Christlike, but we think our
friend had better take his New Tes Testament
tament Testament and read a few of the chap chapters
ters chapters filled with 'Christ's sayings. He
would find the most severe denuncia
a? a 1 a.
uon oi wiCKeaness or compromise
with wickedness ever spoken. If
Christ came to America and talked to
the people of the average town like
he talked to the people of Jerusalem
thty would lynch him.
. (Boston Transcript)
The spirit of the New South wa3
exhibited by the party of Georgians
who visited Boston recently for the
purpose of studying means of increas increasing
ing increasing science's aid to industry. The
enterprise and the energy which
mark the industrial world of the
South of today are further in evi evidence
dence evidence in reports of large undertak
ings tnat are now under way m
Southern states or are about to be
commenced. There is the same hous
ing shortage there as elsewhere, but
there is much activity in the erection
of buildings for commercial and man
ufacturing purposes. Millions are to
be invested m the development of
natural resources. Bond issues in aid;
oi construction are proof that the
good roads movement finds as power-
ul support in the South as elsewhere
in the land.
A list of some of the recent under
takings which will involve- the ex expenditure
penditure expenditure of millions of dollars be
gins with the announcement that a
Louisiana lumber company will spend
large sum on reforestation, and will-
build four paper mill units, in addi-
ion to one already in operation, with
an output of 12o tons a day. In
North Carolina a corporation engag
ed in the manufacture of book paper
and cardboard is about to expend $1,-
500,000 in the enlargement of its
mills. New hydro-electric plants to
be erected in Alabama, will call ulti
mately for an expenditure of between
fifteen and twenty millions. The
growing use of Florida lands for cane
growing finds illustration in the news
hat a Philadelphia concern will de
velop 12,000 acres and erect a sugar
refinery, at a cost of $1,300,000.
The good roads movement has been
given an impetus in both Virginia and
West Virginia, each state having
authorized a bond issue of $50,000,000
for highway construction. In North
Carolina there is a movement on foot
to secure a state fund of $100,000,000
or the building of a comprehensive
system of highways. The spirit of
the new South is as adventurous as
ever was the spirit of the old.
The industrial development of the
South and the -spirit that is behind it
are at work breaking down the "bar
nets of sectionalism. The business
interests of the South are being more
and more closely interwoven with the
business interests of other sections of
the country. Much Northern capita
is invested in some of the erreat un
dertakings already in existence, or in
prospect, in' Southern states. In
ether ways ; intimate financial and
commercial relations are being pro
moted. It is a condition which prom promises
ises promises well for the future prosperity of
the country as a whole, as well as of
the Southern states.
Jt it is service you are after and
the choicest meats and fancy groc groceries,
eries, groceries, just phone 243, Cook's ( Market
and Grocery. 1-lOt
P. H. Rolfs, director of the Florida
experimental station, will leave soon
for Brazil, where-he will spend sev
era! months to establish an institu
tion of research and education along
agricultural lines. DeLand News.
.'. Let's hope he will soon finish his
work and return. Mr. Kolfs is one
of Florida's intrinsically valuable
it has been whispered about in
West Palm Beach circles that Joe
Earman, politician and editor of the
Post, is to retire from newspaper
activities on January 1, condition of
ms health being given at the reason.
Journalism will lose a man both
valuable and unusual when Joe
While Harry Brown, as the new
editor of the Lakeland Telegram, has
our best wishes, we shall miss Heth Heth-erington,"
erington," Heth-erington," the issues of whose paper
we have scanned with pleasure daily
for years. Mr. Hetheririgton has
been a clean, capable and courageous
journalist, and has been second to
none in the work of upbuilding his
part of Florida.
, Now Mexico wants to get into the
league of nations. Well, we never
did think she was very particular
tbout her company Times-Union.
It is an hoonr to any nation to be
admitted to an association where
France holds a leading place (we
mention no other country because of
the T.-U.'s well known prejudice),
and Mexico will be lucky if she gets
And it's time yon were beginning to
hink of the presents yon intend giv giv-ng
ng giv-ng on that joyous occasion.
Our line of Jewelry consists of eve
rything from a small inexpensive
Stick Pin to a Gold Watch or a Dia
mond Ring. Many new novelties to
elect from if yon call early.
J Charles Smith
The Jeweler & Watchmaker
West Side Courthouse Square
like ctPor trait
nothing so distinctive, so last lasting
ing lasting and so sure to be appre appreciated.
ciated. appreciated. We know scores of
men in this city who would be
overjoyed at Christmas if they
received someone's photograph.
THE BLAKE STUDIO
' (Over Helvenston's)
SPUninnmnUln Alnttniinnc a
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What would make a more handsonie of
limit; a PATHE PMOfelOGlAPIHI?
READ OUR FREE RECORD OFFER BELOW
When we say $25 worth of Free Recdrds we mean $25 worth of Free Rec Records.
ords. Records. Just that and all of it. 3
Some folks thought the offer was too good to be true: thought tjiere must
be a joker and a piece of string to it.
The best way for you to satisfy yourself is to put it to the practical test.
Come in and buy a Pathe Phonograph ; any sort you; like ; any model ex except
cept except the two small ones (No's 3 and 6). Pay the usual small delivery
deposit, and the phonograph goes straight up to your own home, at
once. ' :
The records go with it. And you can pick out the records for yourself.
This is no dodge to work off old stuff. .'
Choose your records from the latest list of new dance music and popular
hits, if you like. Or, if you prefer Jt, pick out Grand Opera Records, or any
standard selections, or mix them and pick out a few of each.
STfTF fir 5fgg
Syrup Barrels j
Geo. MacKay & Co.
PRACTICAL CARPENTER AND
Careiul estimates made on all cow cow-tract
tract cow-tract work. Gives more and better
work ftr the' money than any other
contractor in the city.
You a Penny
We started this offer to cele celebrate
brate celebrate the Pathe, Paris, 25 year
It has already produced so
many satisfied and delighted
customers that we are contin-'
uing it for a few days longer.
the ordina ordinary
ry ordinary Phono-graph.
; ; n fn 1 i' f i U 111 ft
H t -if it my
It's an unprecedented oppor opportunity
tunity opportunity to get the finest phono phonograph
graph phonograph in the world that's just
what the Pathe is, and you
"luiow it -oh such terms as
were never before offered.
In fact you can suggest your
own terms to your dealer, if
. you like. -You will find him a
fairminded man who will agree
to anything you suggest that
WHY PAY MOHE?
V Ttr w 1 Ann OAS wa-v
erally yields immediately
Set? X- to ioe UlUUCUtc ui
.w6v fully fitted glasses.
DR. K. J. WE1UE,
Optometrist and Optician
WM. A. TINSMAN
ALL WORK GUARANTEED
Estimates Furnished Free
Fhone No. 526. 215 W. 5th St., Ocala
" The Christmas store is THE BOOK
Abruzzi seed rye, f4 per bushel.
Rust proof seed oats, $1.50 per busheL
(Ocala Seed Store. 22-tf
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GARAGE ALWAYS OPEN DAY AND NIGHT
MURPHY MOTOR COMPANY
The. Miami papers are exercised
over the possibility of blue laws. No
use to worry. '"At,more or less regu regular
lar regular periods the members of the iu-
Geo. MacKay 8 Co,
and Emb aimers
Two Licensed Embalmers
Motor Funeral Cars
Private Morgue and Chapel
Day Phone 47'
Night Phones 305 and 431
RalStng the Family- poes Gideon not feet more cheerful?. Oh yes I
U- Git soPhe
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Oak Vale, Dec. 1. The community
had its Thanksgiving dinner at John John-eon
eon John-eon Lake, just a good social time, and
a fine dinner with plenty of game. It
was an ideal day. We had as guests,
Miss Gertrude Shutt, Mr. and Mrs.
Wilton Howell and Mrs. Howell's
father, Mr. A. Naftzer of Gainesville,
'Mr. Lionel Robinson and mother and
her two grandchildren of Williston.
Mr. and Mrs. W. II. Anderson spent
two days of last week in Jacksonville;
visiting friends and attending the
fair. .. ..
Mr. Melvin Boyer, who has been in
Leesburg for several months, has re returned
turned returned home and intends farming next
Our teacher. Miss Gertrude Sutton,
went to Jacksonville Thursday morn morning
ing morning especially to hear Billy Sunday,
returning Sunday afternoon.-
Mr. J. C. nugsrins left Saturday for
Orlando to work at his trade, that of
T ; v-.aaa.5, tertainers,
rWOTOTW; The program w
- t i mg from start to
:it yj tume3 of each one
- at :.
. ; III
TTi fnmilv will firO in a Br.AMUH nvi
rAW wv Wp are snrrv to see them i ENTERTAINMENT
ir. t iw1;aV Tift- Mihapi "hp pntprtamment m ine uww
iir. iv.ii. ,
Oancy and sister. Miss Lonnie at- House parlors last evening, wnicn
AoA t1ti Snndav at the Bap- was given under the auspices of the
tW O .1T.1.B
tist chuch at Wacahoota. choir of Grace Episcopal cnurcn, as
tir, and Mrs. W. H. Anderson and sisted by some of Ocala's most talent talent-j.n.vfaw
j.n.vfaw talent-j.n.vfaw Mic,Tnn F.vji and Leola, td musicians, oroved one of the most
went to Ocala Friday to see the fair, interesting and unique entertainments
' Mr C. W. Bover spent the week- given in the city for some time. It
end with his brother-in-law, Mr. Law-(was under the able management of
t: MnrrJn. Miss Bvrd Wartmann. tne cnurcn or-
it'il i u i ... ,,
ganist, and directed oy mr. Aioeri,
Gerig, one of the city's cleverest en
was highly interest-
finish. The cos
tumes of each one taking part were
V? truly in keeping with the name, but
the selections rendered were oi a
t: LijBs5fli tvw There were old-time
55 favorites, comic and classical numbers
IS. on the program, which variety caus-
ed intense interst throughout tne en
:A: tire affair
$1 The Episcopal choir, composed of
III Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Davies, Mrs. H.
:X: Clarkson, Miss Pearl Fausett,
.V. I Messrs. E. S. Gernant, Edward Drake,
A? I t t i t-v r
ana uonn uoier,
I f T i.
Va ivjeorge jraswui
Has met with Wide-Eyed Astonishment by
Ocala's Thrifty Shoppers
The Sale of Dresses at
Is going like wildfire, but those
who have not yet taken ad advantage
vantage advantage of the unusual oppor opportunity
tunity opportunity still have time to make
their selection. - - --
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of fine quality Tricotine, Serge,
light weight Wool Velour made
to sell from $37.50 to $85.00,
on sale at - - -
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All Sizes and no Two Alike-
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SOT Kffi (Jvfl iffi
ni j ;
. . ajfamMiW . m. ml kaiiail
of genuine Bolivia, Velours and
other popular fabrics in Dolman
and Belted effects beautifully
silk lined and warmly inter interlined
lined interlined made to sell from $45.00
to $95.00, on sale now at -
- a a
! I nraiA Vw4orl".1 in st most
i,,;.-li I IT 1.1 t V w
12 1 fashion.
ltl Assistino. on the Drosrram with
:l: vocal solos were Mr. Hi Scales, (Mr
lH Albert Gerig); Cousin Jeds Scales
itf (Mr. J. J. Gerig); Sallie Pendergrass
(Mrs. Jean Conley); Jenie Singer
.S2WMrg. H. M. Hamnton): Sarah Jane
J- Manifesto (Mrs. S. J. Manly); Grand
:i: ma Snarks fMrs. C. E. Winston).
ii Mr. Lester Lucas, one of Ocala's
;a musical favorites, also delighted the
tji audience with several solos.
5 5 Each one of these selections receiv receiv-ll
ll receiv-ll ed a hearty encore and while each
11 performer was most amusingly at at-2:
2: at-2: tired and laughable looking, their
jt numbers were delivered in a most
?yr professional manner, lfte Messrs.
ueng gave several uueia wmvu
1 1 4- ,i i. m Vl lV A11DA
i usual uruugiiii uuwh nit" vwot.
Another highly appreciated num number
ber number on the program was the reading
by Flossie Pendergrass, Mrs. Freder
ick Hocker), who was too adorable
ar,d cunning for words.
Indeedthis was an entertainment
well worth seeing and hearing, and
aiforded music lovers an opportunity
Ijl of hearing some splendid music, and
Yl besides caused a barrel of fun, so
the Beantown choir is urged.
aa VUIlie at IU Kcl J vu uuiua
ft trumpet and white narcissus, crocus,
a jt hyancinths, tulips and muscari. The
Court Pharmacv. Phone 284. 2-6t
Blitchton, Dec. 2 Miss Eloise Ram Ramsey
sey Ramsey of Gainesville is the attractive
guest of Miss Glenner Godwin.
A number of our people attended
the county fair last week.
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lol DnHrfA Rrnthers Business Car HI
jj appeals to the merchant who 1
H because he knows, from the gj
: experience of others that he g
' : can depend upon it for faithful g
daily service, at a nxea iow v q
. cost. u
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' Mack Taylor
: Ocala, Fla., Phone 348 R
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Shady, Dec. 2. Shady is all to the
au nQw Fine weaUler ior
Misses memce and neoa mann ox -T killine-. cane
Winter Haven were guests of Mrs. B. .nTZx MM .M all
35 C. Blitch Monday and Tuesday. grmamg, e,c. rZ
& We extend our sympathy to Mrs. B. better so. far as w know and toe
ii C. Blitch in the loss of her brother, wounded e able to ke P",
j& Mr. Ethol Hendrix of Pleasant Hill. Horn h 0
I r6 t r f ry lastTlmrs msw-S:
i Do Messrs. Lan- but John is sti Mj Y Y-V
V Y-V V T .. .. T both wounds were accidental. so
dis and Looms Blitch visited Irvine DOWl . Snady
Sunday afternoon. scrapping m .ma AnA
& Mrs: B.R. Blitch, Misses Rowena f. Tatedtne
S5 Hammons and Oda Blitch and Messrs. tear are desper!
J: T,.. T , T w poor birds and squqirrels are aesper-
Fenton Blitch, J. M. Blitch and JW. V few are being killed oat-
& Coulter visited our county seat Wed- SOMe, we suspect; badly
Miss Glenner Godwin entertained "-Leak and his Ford were
number of her f nends Wednesday boulevard Sunday after-
night complimenting Miss Ramsey. g Rnd therCj m08tly
A number of our farmers are still .Ff: j
u: vn were yibhuv
making their syrup, while otners are r
- "f ff 0f the C0ld weather m0Miss'Fre7d' of Indiana is the guest
jXj to butcher their hogs. BaU home
5jt After the next rain we would like BaU ftnd children, who
v: tor our roaa commissioners to travel lMCOr, -u ith friends
the Blitchton-Ocala road, especially
from Mr. Pickett's to the Levy county
Read Carefully These Mzzsl
Rice per pound.. 10c and 1254c
Meal and grits, 6 lbs for... 25c
P. &. G. and
three for ..-
nau o v ci j jou
in Indiana in September. Miss Friend
will quite likely spend the winter nere.
H. W. Douglas is in Williston this
c u j j. t. i weeK awenarag 10 suuic
r; Salt and fresh water fish, oysters, .... n rnnn nrij fft7nilr
shrimp, etc., at City FISH Market, tmg G. A. Morton
No. 9 Fort King avenue. 27-tf His many friends here ncerely re-
- gret the passing away of Mr. Fred
& Hllf niar15llffr Tc Tubbs. Mr. Tubbs and his family
V-U1 pCldlLy J.O thei h here two years ag0
in r: Moling and n Al (rhhorS
ana were gwu "--e-
and his genial, kindly manners made
friends of all who knew him. Our
sympathies are extended his bereaved
Mr. and Mrs. George Buhl and chil children
dren children and Miss Clara King visited Mr.
and Mrs. J. W. Gardner at Summer Summer-field
field Summer-field Sunday.
! The young people want it known
that the B. Y. P. U. meets at seven
o'clock every Sunday evening at the
church. An interesting program is
being prepared for next Sunday eve evening.
ning. evening. You are always welcome.
Mr. and Mrs. Otto Young are now
members of that charming circle of
Cleaneasy Soap," four for. .-.25c
Pearline, Grandma. Lighthouse
and Octagon Washing
der ......... ;5e
Seafoam Washing Powder four
for.. .. 25c
Argo Starch, three for. ; .25c
Jello Ice Cream Powder (fine
for puddings) two f or. 25c
Fresh Eggs always on hand.
3 cans Premier Peas- for. .$1.00
. 3 cans Premier JCorn fori .85c
Lard Compound per lb..'.17J4c
Pickled Tripe, per lb. ..... .25c
Kingan's Breakfast Bacon
squares, 2 to 3 lbs. to the
. piece, pef lb.. .37Jc
' Kingan's Plantation Bacon
squares, 2 to 3 lbs. tothe
piece, per lb 3Jc
" White Bacon per lb
By the side ......24c
Reddick Peanut Butter in bulk,
per lb. vC
One pound cans 33c
Four pound cans ZIS.3
Eight pound cans .. $2.23
Maxwell House Coffee, lb.. 42c
Sugar per pound. ........ .12c
Klim, one pound package.. tZt
Klim, 2 lb. package.. .$13
Klim, five lb. package.. ..$3X3
Henry Qay Flour.
New Syrup-in quart" cans.
All other Groceries as Low as Good Quality
V and 'Full WeigM Mil allsw.
; Mcrcliants Bloclc
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YOU SAVE MONEY
Cn your shoe bills by having us re-
build your old shoes. Our charges are Week star readers.
moderate, and we guarantee satisfac
MAZ0N & CO.
j Between Ten Cent Store and Gerigs
Ttav r. w White of Ocala win
i reach here Sunday afternoon at 3
..'clock. Come out and bear him.
PYLES & PERKINS
Faneral Directors & Embalmers
PARLORS OPPOSITE POSTOFFICE
Two Hearses. Grey Hearse for White
Phones 555 and 225. Open All Night.
Our bulbs have arrived narcissus.
hyacinths a nd tulips. Get yours at
ence. Court Pharmacy. l-6t
i : C. Cecil Bryant
lli m Accosatiag and Acditiag
Buicka at a Bargain
1919 seven-passenger, five tires,
(three cords) $1550.
1919 five-passenger, newly painted.
two bumpers, five tires, $1300.
1919 five-passenger, two bumpers,
five tires (three cords), $1100.
1918 roadster, newly painted, new
ton. five tires, $1200.
These cars all carry a 90-day me
chanical guarantee. Cash. or. part
terms to responsible parties.
SPENCER-PEDRICK MOTOR CO.
29-tf pMV ptl. p','(F!..w
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"POLLY AND HER PALS," THE FASHION PLATE COMIC COMING
TO THE TEMPLE THEATER MONDAY, DECEMBER
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6CALA ETENPfG STAR, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 3, 1920
If yon have any society item,
phone to five-one.
Mr. R. L. Clyburn represented the
Summerfield section in the city today.
Cocoa Bonbons, 40 cents a pound at
Bitting & Co. 26t
Mr. E. S. French of Eelleview was
"""a" business visitor to the city today.
Victrolas for Christmas at THE
TOOK SHOP. 2-3t
Mr. Detwiler of the Maxwell Motor
Sales Corporation of Detroit is a vis vis-tor
tor vis-tor in the city. f
Insist upon having Federal Bread.
It's the best. 23-t
After a delightful visit in Jackson Jacksonville
ville Jacksonville with relatives, Mrs. S. B. Ware
has returned to the city.
December and Christmas Victor re records
cords records at The BOOK SHOP. 2-3t
Mr, ; S. M Graham, editor of the
Sumter County Times, is a business
visitor, to the city today.
Chocolate Pralines 40 cents a pound
at Bitting & Co. 2-t
Mrs. George Close left this after afternoon
noon afternoon for a visit to Mrs. A. J. Bri Bri-gance
gance Bri-gance in Jacksonville.
Demonstration of Minerva Fruit
Cakes at the Crescent Grocery. Satur Saturday.
day. Saturday. Everybody come in and try
them. i 3-li
Mrs. W. N. Gist and Miss Annette
Gist of Mcintosh were well known
visitors in town for the day.
Miss Emily Stotesbury is enter entertaining
taining entertaining this afternoon the members
of the Thursday afternoon auction
club. ; '
When you buy fish from us they are
dressed ready for cooking. Oysters
and shrimp. City FISH Market, No.
9 Fort King avenue. 27-tf
Mr. C. C. Kirby of -the Mangels
Kirby Company of Jacksonville, i3 a
well known business visitor in the
city for a few days. J
Demonstration of Minerva Fruit
Cakes at' the Crescent Grocery Satur Saturday.
day. Saturday. Everybody come in and try
. them. 3-lt
Robert Blake, in consequence of an
attack of homesickness, came over
; from the University at Gainesville
',. yesterday. He' was accompanied by
Mrs. Temple, Mrs. Beville and ;Mrs.
Smith, all of whom returned home in
A gift is never fully appreciated unless it is something
really needed. We offer the following useful things for Men and Boys
at pries 1 yp:: "r-V V-;V. : ''''' -":
25 per cent to 50 per cent Reduction
mnsnMAiuisK & company
Demonstration of Minerva Fruit
Cakes at the Crescent Grocery Satur Saturday.
day. Saturday. Everybody come in and try
Bubble books at The Book Shop. 2-3t
We are closing out shirts at great greatly
ly greatly "reduced prices. One of. these
would make a suitable Christmas
present for the man or boy. H.' A.
Waterman, The Haberdasher. 3-3t
Mr., and Mrs. Edward Tucker and
daughter moved into their- handsome
new home on Fort King the' first of
All of the best
Cranberries 18 cents a pound, two
pounds for 35 cents. W. A. Stroud, tf
Miss Tison of Trenton, accompanied
Mrs. C. W. Long and baby to the city
yesterday for a visit at the home of
Mr. and Mrs. M. M. Little.1
The Gift Shop is The Book Shop. 3t
Great reduction in prices on men's
suits; now selling from $20 up. Every
one new and up to date. H. A. Water
man, The Haberdasher.' 3-3t
Mrs. Geo T. Flewellen. Mrs. W. B.
Flewellen and daughter, Mrs. Boul Boul-ware
ware Boul-ware of Mcintosh, were among the
visitors to the city Thursday. ?
Iced Maple Goodies 45 cents a pound
at Bitting & Co. ; : 2-6t
Mrs. C. W. Long and daughter,
Ruth of Trenton, have arrived in the
city for a visit to the former's par parents,
ents, parents, Mr. and Mrs. M. M. Little.
City FISH Market, 9 Ft. Kin Ave. tf
Mrs. J. N. Bryan Jr. of Tampa ar arrived
rived arrived in the city yesterday afternoon
for a visit of several days with her
parents, -Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Strip Stripling.
ling. Stripling. .".;.-'
ojii 'punod h siuao cr saLuaqftfeif)
pounds for 35 cents.. W. A. Stroud, tf
Don' fail tn visrit tha fin
Clothing 4 Shoe Company. Every Everything
thing Everything we sell is guaranteed. We're
ignnng xor vjUAiuix not prices, tz
Motoring to the city yesterday on a
shopping expedition from Gainesville
were Mrs. C. L. Temple and daugh daughter,
ter, daughter, Mrs. B. C. Beville and Mrs. D.
E. Sm th.
Come at, once to get your bulbs-
trumpet and white narcissus, croevs,
hyancinths, tulips and muscari. The
Court Pharmacy. Phone 284. 2-6t
A beautiful line of leather goods at
THE BOOK SHOP. 2-3t
Silk Ties $1.50 to $5.00 values at,...!..,. .....:....-..... ...Z...
Silk Socks Plain and Fancy $1.00 to $3.00 value at:.
. . .. .. ...... ... .
Handkerchiefs Plain and Fancy, with or without initials,...
Bath., Robes :...;.........i.....l:;.:.....v::;
"Felt 'Slippers .....l;.:.......;;i.;....L..l-.
Collar Bags For Hard or Soft Collars..:.
Belts With GoldSilver aitf Nickle Silver Buckles. ..
Hats All latest styles and coIors..::.l.JJ.U:.;..:-;-:;..::.
Shoes Howard & Foster and Hurley ;
Men's Suits, $28.50, 34.00, 37,50, 42.50. -1
. : s Boys' $6.50, 8.00, 9.50, 12 and 15
Trunk, Suit Case or Traveling
Just Our Regular Stock
New edition of The Seminoles of
Florida at THE BOOK SHOP. 2-3t
Mr. W. A. Sessoms, the county dem demonstration
onstration demonstration agent, left "yesterday aft afternoon
ernoon afternoon forWest Florida, having been
called there on account of illness in
his family -
Meet me at the American Cafe.
Union Station, Ocala, for a regular
dinner family style Best dinner in
the state for 75c. Eat and drinlc all
you want. Time for dinner 11 a. m. to
2:30 p. m. 17-tf
Messrs. W. M. Palmer and R. S.
Hall motored to Jacksonville yester yesterday
day yesterday to meet Mr. Hall's wife and her
sister, Miss Bain. The party is ex expected
pected expected home this afternoon.
It's an easy name to-remember
Federal always ask for Federal if
you want the best bread to be had. 6t
Mrs. A. J. Walters is entertaining
at htr home her niece, Mrsl W. C.
Munday of Atlanta, who has been
visiting friends in Palatka and came
to Ocala for a short visit before re returning
turning returning to her home.
Come at once to "get your bulbs
trumpet and white narcissus, crocus,
hyancinths, tulips and muscari. The
Court Pharmacy. Phone 284.: v 2-6t
Boys' blouse waists, $1.50 values
for $1. H. A. Waterman, The Haber Haberdasher.
dasher. Haberdasher. 3-3t
Several parties of Ocalans have
been en iovincr themselves duriner the
week at the country residence 'of Mr.
and Mrs. Lee Priest,, just north of
town, where they are grinding cane
and making syrup.
- Have your mirrors re-silvered. All
vork called for, delivered and .guar .guaranteed.
anteed. .guaranteed. Ocala Mirror and Plating
Works, Yonge block. Fort; King
avenue, phone 504. i 9-tf
Mr. N.' A. Fort, ex-county commis commissioner
sioner commissioner .from the east side of the Ok Ok-lawaha,
lawaha, Ok-lawaha, is in the city today, and says
his section is certainly enjoying pros prosperity
perity prosperity to the fullest extent. With hog
killing, cane' gringing and !; I orange
gathering everybody is busy: as can
be and consequently happy.
Don't fail to visit the Guarantee
Jlotbing & Shoe Company. Every Everything
thing Everything we sell is guaranteed. We're
Ighting for QUALITY not prices, if
Don't forget that the ladies of
Grace Episcopal church will serve
oysters in many styles, cooked to a
turn, at the Ocala House this eve evening.
ning. evening. There will be other good things
to eat, too; and from a glance at the
menu and prices printed in the Star,
yesterday, you will see that for once
you can. make your appetite fit your
: V v .'. .' 1 Si
.... 25c to $1.00
v. $3.00 to $14.00
$2.00 to $ 3.00
$2.00 to $ 5.00
$1.50 toJ$ 5.00
... $3.50 to $10.00
Which Insures Quality
Millions for a
Ne w Stomach
One of the greatest American miUioa
aires said to his physician, "A million
dollars, Doctor, spot, cash and no grum-.
liYwg, for a new stomach," and then
the sick man groaned and turned away.
All his wealth could not make him
happy or contented, for happiness large largely
ly largely depends upon digestion. Without
health where does happiness come inf
After all the stomach plays a great
part ia everyday life. "Without a
healthy stomach and good digestion our
blood is thin, watery and poor, our
heart action is weak, our liver does not
do its duty, and man is miserable and
unhappy. Prevent disease by putting
the house in order and strengthening
;je system against the germs of disease.
Dr. Pierce, of the Invalids' Hotel and
Surgical Institute, at Buffalo, N. Y.,
years ago understood diseases and their
prevention, and he discovered certain
roots and herbs which were nature 's
remedies, and succeeded in putting it. jo.
up in a form that could be easily pro procured
cured procured at the drug store (liquid or
ablets). This he Called Dr. Pierce's
C olden Medical Discovery. This Dis Discovery
covery Discovery gives no false stimulation be because
cause because it contains no alcohol or any nar nar-.
. nar-. C0t$8. It helps digestion and the as assimilation
similation assimilation of such elements in the food
as art required for the blood. It gives
to the blood the food elements the tis tissues
sues tissues require. For over fifty years It
haj enjoyed the confidence of the
Amikm pyblia, Try it nowJ
A fine-looking crowd of young men
came through Ocala in cars .this
morning and stopped on the court courthouse
house courthouse square to take lunch. They
were members of the horticultural
class of the University, and their
teacher, Major Floyd, was Jn com command.
mand. command. They went on to study horti horticulture
culture horticulture is one of its best developed
homes the Carney grove by Lake
Let us show you our Christmas can-
We have just received 600
pounds which we are selling at half
price, direct from the factory. Bit Bitting
ting Bitting & Co. 2-6t
KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS
Ocala Lodge No. 19. Conventions
held every Monday evening at 7:30
o'clock at the castle hall, over the G.
C. Greene Co. drugstore. A cordial
welcome to visiting,brothers. ;,.
; J. W. Akin, C. C.
Chas. K. Sage, K. of R. & S.
Peanut Squares 35 cents a pound at
Bitting & Co. 2-6t
WOODMEN OF THE WORLD
Fort King Camp No. 14 meets at
K. of P. hall at 7:30 p. m. every sec second
ond second and fourth Friday. Visiting sov sov-ueigns
ueigns sov-ueigns are always welcome.
J. C. Bray, C. C.
Chas. K. Sage, Clerk.
75c to $3.00
75c to $2.50
Bag is a most
Ocjeila Auto ami 'GaFgicje
Successors lo Galcss Garajje
' We sell Philadelphia Diamond Grid Batteries
Chandler and Cleveland Automobiles
Look at our Used Cars. All are Bargains anu Guaranteed as represented.
Cars Washed $1.00
Always ask your grocer for Federal
Bread, and insist upon getting it.
You'll always find it fresh and crisp.
Abruzzi seed rye, $4 per bushel.
Rust proof seed oats, $1.50 per bushel.
Ocala Seed Store. 22-tf r
Dont fail to visit the Guarantee
Clothing & Shoe Company. 'Every
thing we sea is guaranteed.:-We're
ghting f or QUAUTY not prices, tf
Brief cases and portf olios at THE
BOOK SHOK ". '? r : 2-3t
Come at once to get your bulbs-
trumpet and white narcissus, 'crocus,
hyancinths, tulips and muscari. The
Court Pharmacy. Phone 284.
See our boys' suits from $5.25 upl
Classy goods and big values at the
prices. H. A. Waterman, The Haber Haberdasher.
dasher. Haberdasher. A 3-3t
Have your mirrors re-silvered. All
work called for, delivered and guar
anteed. Ocala Mirror and Plating
Works, Yonge r block, 'ForJ King
Venue, phones 504. V 9-tf
ROYAL ARCH BIASONS i
' .... . ...
Regular conventions of- the Ocala
Chapter No. 13, R. A..IL, on the fourth
Friday in every month at 8 p. m.
A H. S. Wesson. II. P.
Jake Brown, Secretary. ; ;
Boys' makinaw coats $8.50; rain raincoats
coats raincoats $5 and $6.50. II. A. Waterman,
The Haberdasher. ' 3-3t
Our Toy Shop is now open. Walking
dells and talking books. THE BOOK
SHOP. t :Ui 2-8t
BUY CHRISTMAS SEALS .ONE
CENT EACH, $1 PER HUNDRED
Every one you
buy helps to
fight tubercu tuberculosis.
losis. tuberculosis. One mil mil-1
1 mil-1 i o n persons
:"ar e "afflicted
with a c ti v e
HEALTHY NiW YEAft inere are per
haps one million inactive cases which
will become active cases. unless neces necessary
sary necessary precautions, are--taken Every
seal unsold helps tuberculosis"1
Notice is hereby given that uhdei
and by virtue of an execution issued
out of and under the seal -of the cir
cuit court, dated Dec. 3rd. 1920,
wherein W. H. Marsha was plaintiff
and H. A. Kramer defendant, I have
levied upon and will sell to the high highest
est highest and best bidder for cash, in front
of the court house door in the city
of Ocala, on'
Monday, the 3rd day of January, 192
ion county, Florida, to-wit: The sw&
of nw and n of nw!4 tf s!W4 of
section 11 township 15 south, range
21 east, containing 60 acres more or
less To satisfy said execution and
ccstsV- J. P. Galloway;
1-3-fri Sheriff Marion "County, Fla.
Arrival and departure of passenger
trains at OCALA UNION STATION.
The following schedule figures pub published
lished published as information and cot guar guaranteed.
anteed. guaranteed. i.:Kj...L.
(Eastern Standard Time)
SEABOARD AIR LINE RAILROAD
Leave . Arrive
:15 am Jacksonville-N'York 2:10 am
:55 pm Jacksonville 1:34 ara
:17pm Jacksonville -7 4:15pm
- Tampa-,;: .'
2:1. 'Tarn Manatee- 4:05 pis
:15 am Tampa 2:10 am
2:15 am Manatee- i 4:17 pm
4:05 pm Tampa-St. Petrsbrg 4:17 pm
ATLANTIC. COAST LINE R. R : ;
Leave -5 1 J Arrive
2:12 pm JacksonvilIe-NTyork; 2:48 sm
1:45 pm Jksonville-GainsvOle 3:35 pm
6:42 am Jksonville-Gneiville 10:13 pm
2:49 am StPetsbrg-Lakeland 2:12 am
3:35 pm St.Petibrg-Lakeland 1 :25 pm
7 : 10 am Dunnellon-Wilcox 5 T i
7:25 am Dunellon-Lk8land 11 :C3 pm
3:25 pm Homosassa 1:30 pm
10:13pm Leesburg 6:42 am
4:45 pm Gainesville 11:50 am
Monday, Wednesday, Friday.
"Tuesday. Thursday. Saturday.
WANTED, LOST.v FOUND,; FOR
SALE, FOR RENT AND SIM-,.
ILAR LOCAL NEEDS ;
Rates: Six lines, maximum, one time,
25c; three times,' 50c; six -times, 75c;
one month, $3. Payable in advance. a
DRESSMAKING For first V' class
dressmaking," evening gownsra spe specialty
cialty specialty and all kinds of intricate
work, phone Miss Perry, at -Florida
FOR R E N T Furnished apartmenL
IJUUI J.W IMWPIMIIdW ill i jr n liiljiii..jl)itP HI III WW i. It lr'
-linM tmi'ir -- tMri iii i i n-tn,irr-f in ilia Hwii .fcw"" 1 1 mi .. m mtfihmrtiii i 1fiT 'K mr ' ""wrr"1' "r 11 "-" !-t- ''"-I-- ifr -r f"" tf
-When re noticed tjfi Special prices
of others, we decided that our Every
Vn.r D? jfS"! tiraro
HERE'S JUST A FEW
Twelve pound sack of Gold
Medal Flour .......... $1.00
Twenty-four pound i sack of
. fc Gold Medal Flour $15
Twelve pound sack of Mother
Goose Self Rising Flour $1.00
No. 1 Tomatoes
No. 2 Tomatoes
LI1TLE; GEEEW STOl
, ; : 007 South lime St..
"Where you Get the BEST for LESS
DIAMOND Non-Skid, 30x3. gOA AA
old price $23.80,
DIAMOND Plain, 30x3.
old price $17.60, now. .
1 i H ; 6,000 Mile Guarantee
I i)t FEDERAL, FISH AND DIAHIOND TUBES
Our Repair, Department in charge of all-round
mechanics. Expert Generator and Radiator man.
JAS. ENGESSER, Proprietor
Nothing, makes a more
1 hold necessities, r or the month of DECEuEEE
?lwe offer our entire Hac at a reduction of !0 to 23
, tpcr cenirfor CASH. We especially invite your
Cj9 attention to the splendid selections in Art Sqssres
'and Regs. j h
U .THEUS BROT
to Oboosite Ocala National Bank
.: 1... Ocala : :1 i -:: ,.
l We use genuine Ford Parts. Cars washed, t
I . AGENTS FOR :
j GRIP P S -BOOTH S IX I
Pps 252 Cor. Olifcnvalia zzi Crtr2
" Used Cars for Sale t
FOR REN T light housekeeping
rooms. -Gall at 24 Ray St. l-3t.
WANTED-To superintend a .farm,
- or rent a-forty-acre farm; or would
consider; a share crop. I. W. Wine Wine-"
" Wine-" ga'rd, 22 Gertrude street," Orlando,
F14 I th-x.f.-;!- ; S0-6t
FOR SALE Six 'room house with
bath) large lot, $1000. See John R.
Rogers, owner, 120 S. Magnolia St.,
Ocala-. 1 3-6t
FOR SALE Abruzzi Rye seed, $3.50
per bushel; Anthony Farms, An Anthony,
thony, Anthony, Fla. , 1-Ctdly
'.ABB AGE PLANTS-i-Protected from
: frost by overhead irrigation. Char Charleston
leston Charleston Wakefield. ;-Earl v Summer.
Luptons bst Long Island seed,
$10 per thousand; special price in
. large quantities. J. R. Davis Farms,
Bartow, Fla. " tf
FOR RENT My entire home which
- can; be used two apartments, on
' ;OjS5ige avenue. For further partic partic-ulars
ulars partic-ulars see me 'or call ; Mrs. Martha
Williams at the home of Mrs. R. S.
Halls- Fori King avenue. 19-t
WOOD FOR SALE-$1 and $2 loads
of oak and pine wood. Phone ZZZ.
Cars Polislicd $1.00
No. 2 Ritters Pork and Beans,
two for .
... .... i
Van Camp's Baby Evaporated
Milk .. ..
Van- Camp's Tall
Milk .. ... ...
w 9t 9 4 flfr 4 0k fl?
Rous and other housa-
N. Magnolia St.
uus and Urease. 1
PIANO FOR SALEr-A special tax tax-i
i tax-i gain for quick sale. See it at xzj
residence, 1109 E. 5th St. or phzz-
185 G J. E. Frampton. S0-t
WANTED A good farmer to farta farta-on
on farta-on shares. Also would like to plii
ten, fifteen or twenty acres c.cr.t3.
on shares. I have good land -titssr
town. W. D. Carn. 15-tf
LAKE WEIR Two completely fur furnished
nished furnished cottages for sale at Yrood Yrood-mar,
mar, Yrood-mar, Eastlake; running water, tsth'
loom, toilet, acetylene gas, two bed bedrooms
rooms bedrooms in each house. For prices esd
particulars, apply to D. S; Weed Weed-row,
row, Weed-row, Box 581, Ocala, Fla. t-U
FOR SALE One team of mules, J;
cart and himMs- tci'l Ka ol -.v
j for cash;, all equipped for hac'I-
Aaaress 1. S. Mathews, Ors.r.--2
CIIERO-COLA WOODY ARD We sr
prepared to furnish oak or f ba
wood for either stove or fireplac
on short notice. We deliver your
money's worth promptly. Give v.j a
trial order. Chero-Cola Woodyard,
WANTED Kay. What have y i to
offer? Address Carlton Hou?
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