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OCALA, FLORIDA, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 4, 1920.
COLBI ifllD OUR
SHIP MEAD OF
fflPT TO AVOID
i GOOD SEflSE
ARMENIA llnS DEE
W&nts to Put an End to All Gamb Gamb-i
i Gamb-i ling in the Necessities
j of Life
Washington, D. C, Dec. 4- Sena Senator
tor Senator Capper of Kansas has made pub public
lic public the text of a bill to stop gambling
in cotton-and foodstuffs. It provides
for a1 10 per cent tax on future trad trading
ing trading on grain and cotton, except by
the actual owners or a limited class 1
of traders under federal license. ThU
bil would eliminate the wheat pit and
blackboard and put out of business
Wire houses and bucket shops under
penalty. of a 50 per cent proposed fed federal
eral federal tax. A fine of $10,000 and one
yeara imprisonment is provided for
MARSHALL ON THE JOB
Washington, D. C. Dec. 4.-Wice-President
Marshall has arrived to
preside overthe Senate Monday,
GREEKS WILL BREAK
THE SABBATH DAY
; Athens, Dec. 4. Premier Rhallis
announces that a plebiscite on the re return
turn return of. former King Constantine will
be held Sunday.
ONLY ONE HOLD-UP
- REPORTED TODAY
Detroit.- Dec. 4. Two armed men
held up the paymaster of the Thomp
son Construction Co. and escaped with
a valise containing $12,000
CAN-TAKE ANOTHER JOY RIDE
'Washington, Dec. 4. The case
against Representative Barrett of
Tennessee, charging him with operat operating
ing operating an automobile while intoxicated,
was noil prossed on motion of the
Has Been Introduced ia the League
of Nations Assembly at
On the Florida, Our Secretary
State is On His Way for:
v.' South America
. (AssoclaU4 Press)
Geneva, Dec. 4. An amendment to
the covenant of the league of nations
eliminating article ten has been intro introduced
duced introduced in the league assembly.
ARGENTINE IS OUT
Geneva) Dec. 4 Argentine For
eign Minister Pueyrredon handed
Paul Hymans, president of the league
assembly, a letter today announcing
that the Argentine delegation had
ceased participation in the league.
SPANISH CITIES SHATTERED
Madrid, Dec 4. Bomb explosions
in several cities throughout Spain
have caused considerable damage..
Newport News, Dec. 4. The May May-Rower
Rower May-Rower with Secretary Colby "and
party aboard arrived at Hampton
Roads this morning and the secretary
and his party transferred to the bat battleship
tleship battleship Florida for their South Am
erican trip. v.
PUT THEM IN A SAFE PLACE
Raleigh, N, C, Dec. 4. The five
negroes threatened by a mob in Golds Golds-fcrro,
fcrro, Golds-fcrro, where "they were convicted of
the murder of a white farmer, have
been lodged in the state penitentiary.
INSPECTING GARFORD TRUCKS
HOLD UP NEAR HOME
V'.Brooksville, Dec. 3. Thursday aft-
et noon at 3 o'clock, two hold-up men
entered the store" of D. J- Sellers, at
.Spring Lake, seven miles from
Brooksville, and at' the point of a
jn&Jol forced Mr. Sellers to surrender
,to them all the cash available and to
Jfurnish them with food and, gasoline.
After they had gone Sellers phoned to
(Sheriff, Cobb, who, accompanied by
(Deputies Smith and Crum, started
I toward Spring Lake. They were met
half way by the hbld-up men in a
Fori! roadster, who ran their roadster
into Sheriff Cobb's car and tore off
che wheel of the sheriff's car. The
hold-up men then left the roadster
and fled into the woods about three
miles southeast of town. Uhase "was
given and continued throughout the
night, but as yet they have not been
apprehended. The roadster, which
was brought into 'Brooksville, bears
po license tag. Tampa Times.
f Yesterday afternoon's basket ball
game resulted in a victory for the
t junior-sophomore team by a score of
29 to 26. This was certainly an in interesting
teresting interesting and exciting game, full of
pep from start to finish and was well
' worth the crate fee. a quarter. The'
sf nior-freshmen were at a disadvan
tage, but certainly deserve commen
dation. From" these two teams will
. be selected the players to go to Kis-
simmee next Saturday and all say
they are going to bring back a score
tomething like that of the Leesburg
game, when they won 29 to 13. The
line-up for yesterday's game was as
follows: Junior-sophomore, jumping
center, Mildred Bullock; running cen
ter, Jess Dehon; guards, Annie Mac
Kay,. Clifton Sexton; forwards, Chris-
I; ; tine Close and Ethel Home; subs,
Marie Hensley and .Elizabeth Ledbet
ter. Senior-freshman line-up: Jump
in g center, Ullaine. Barnett; running
Y center, Mabel Lytle; guards, Rhode
:t Thomas and Mabel -Priest; forwards,
l Estelle Wilkes and Elizabeth Bennett;
' subs, Dorothy Crawford and Marian
Mr. B. L. O'Neal, one of Marion
county's well known citizens, an announces
nounces announces the engagement' and ap approaching
proaching approaching marriage of bis daughter,
Miss Claudia Elizabeth O'Neal, to Dr;
Ja mes Francis Curry of Dunnellon.
This announcement will be received
with much cordial interest by friends
not only in Ocala but throughout the
state as both parties are well known.
Miss O'Neal has made her home in
Ocala since childhood and by her cor cordial
dial cordial and" winning personality has
won the admiration of many friends.
She is a graduate nurse and for, one
so young has made a splendid repu
tation in her profession. ,,
Dr. Curry, originally from St. Jo
seph, La spent several years in
Jacksonville practicing medicine be before
fore before going, to Dunnellon and it was
there he met Miss O'Neal during her
training course at Dr. Rogers' sani sanitarium.
tarium. sanitarium. Dr. Curry, is with Dr. Baskia
and Dr. Griffith of Dunnellon and a
bright future is prophesied for him
in his profession, as he is an unusually
bright and studious young man.
t The wedding will be a quiet affair
U king place in this city some time
after the first of January. The pretty
young bride and groom-to-be are ex extended
tended extended many congratulations and best
wishes by their friends.
Messrs. W. W. Stripling and Fred
McAteer xf this city, and John Mc Mc-Ewen
Ewen Mc-Ewen and H. W. Nettles of Fleming-
ton have returned from a hunt in the
big scrub in the southeats part of the
county, where they were met and ac
companied by Messrs. Cv A. Vaughn
and Jinks McCraney of that section.
They killed a big deer and a lot of
There has been some misunder
standing as to the time and date of
the bible lecture at the Methodist
church at Kendrick. This is to notify
the public that at the Methodist
church at Kendrick, Monday evening,
at 7 :30 o'clock, Mrs. Mabel Quam
Stevens will give a lecture on, "The
Little Red Rose Bud," pf the book of
Solomon. This promises to be one
of .the best lectures heard in Marion
county for some time, as Mrs. Stevens
is a woman of remarkable versatility
and intelligence. She has devoted her
entire life to bible research, travel in
Palestine, Chautauqua work and bible
Mr. Almon Cooper, service repre representative
sentative representative of the Garford Motor Truck
Company, has been in the city the
past week, with the Murphy Motor
Company, Garforcf truck distributors
for Central Florida. Mr. Cooper has
called on the numerous owners; of
Garfords to inspect their trucks.
The Garford factory has always
made a practice of keeping in close
touch : with Garford owners and in
order to dj so to the greatest mutual
advantage they give- every Garford
truck a thorough inspection at regu regular
lar regular intervals.
Mr. Owen M. Moore, the Murphy
Motor Company's truck salesman,
'has accompanied Mr. Cooper on his
trips in this territory.
Harding and Party Arrived in Amer American
ican American Waters Before Thsy
Norfolk, Dec. 4. The steamship
Pastores, bringing President-elect
Haring and party from Panama ar arrived
rived arrived off Cape Henry at 6:30 this
morning and an hour later proceeded
to Old Point Comfort. Harding and
party standing on the deck were wel welcomed
comed welcomed by the lighthouse men. Plans
for the official welcome were not car carried
ried carried out because the ship was ahead
Newport News, Dec. 4. President Presidentelect
elect Presidentelect ; Harding arrived here at ten
o'clock; spending the morning and
going to Norfolk this afternoon.
WANTS NATIONAL REBIRTH
Complete and May be Read by Him 1
Next Week to Joint Session
Washington, Dec. 4. -President
Wilson has completed his message to
Congress but has not decided whether
he will deliver it -personally.
METHODISTS HELD A
The official family of the Metho Methodist
dist Methodist church, consisting of the board of
stewards, trustees and other officers,
held their last monthly meeting of
the conference year last evening at
the residence of Mr. and Mrs. A. C.
Blowers, just north of town. .V'J
When all the reports were in and
compiled it was found that the organ-
Mr. Harding in his speech hefe to- !zatn ?s splendid shape, financial
day urged abandonment of sectional. !ly:haTff met a" lts ligation!
t m i i v nav imr liirL mii li.x mi iraTinTiQ
cay urged abandonment oi sectional.; "
i o,T'iw. uir.u JWith a handsome credit balance to
tionalism. As the steamer Pastores be5n-,n25 .?ear 8 Work
steamed through Hampton Roads, 25
airplanes greeted the party and ships
ed through Newport News and left distr?ct Pesiding j elr.
on a destroyer for Norfolk.
Rev. White was voted a bonus for
the year on account of -the excellent
services rendered, as was also the
evening the board presented its sec secretary
retary secretary and treasurer, Mr. Carroll
Frazier, with a handsome traveling
outfit, showing its appreciation of
(Associated Press) WJC Bi"cuum vvuin- peixurraea uy mr.
Terre Halate, Dec. 4.-The'soft coal ; Frfier 'ds Ws te'f office-
I Axcr tne ousmess oi tne .evening
was finished Mr. 'Blowers served a
splendid luncheon, which was highly
Is the Reason for Italy .Drawing a
Cordon of Soldiers Around
SOFT COAL FAMINE AVERTED
famine which threatened last, summer
vas avoided and in many parts of the
country winter stocks have been laid
away. Vice President Ogle, of the
National Coal Association, stated to today.
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Today is the Day to
Tomorrow Never Comes.
One of the Best SAVING HABITS is
R V E
Vour saving here is around 10 per cent, and in a great
many cases, more. z :
The reason that we can sell for less, is due fo the
feet that we sell for casli
Stores doing a charge and delivering business are
bound to ask more for j their goods. This is done to
cover delivery charges, over-head expense and losses on
If you pay cash, spend it where YOUR DOLLAR
WILL DO YOU THE MOST GOOD.
enjoyed by the members of the va various
rious various boards and their wives and fam families.
ilies. families. The meeting was, one of the best
attended of the year and everybody
congratulated everybody else on the
excellent, showing made during the
BUY CHRISTMAS SEALS ONE
CENT EACH, $1 PER HUNDRED
haps one million inactive cases which
will become active cases unless neces necessary
sary necessary precautions, are taken. Every
seal unsold helps tuberculosis.
NOTICE OF MASTER'S SALE
Every one you
buy helps to
fight tubercu tuberculosis.
losis. tuberculosis. One mil mil-1
1 mil-1 i o n persons
There are per-
Mr. Frank Hardin of Waynesville,
N. C, representative of Colgate &
r Co., is spending the week-end in the
r city and is a guest at the Harrington.
-'Mr. Hardin has many friends in the
c.iy wiiu are always ueugnteu to nave
n;iu visit uere.
t Miss Ullaine Barnett is the guest
of Miss Elizabeth Ledbetter at her
-' home at Oxford.
Don't fail to visit the Guarantee
Clothing & Shoe Company. Every Everything
thing Everything we sell is guaranteed. We're
Ighting for QUALITY- not prices, tf
Cranberries 18 cents a pound, two
pounds for 35 cents. W. A. Stroud, tf
A beautiful line of leather goods at
Tiin booic shop.
Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Blowers wtre
the hospitable host and hostess last
evening, at their home to a three three-course
course three-course dinner. Their guests included
the stewards and trustees of the
Methodist church and their wives. At
least forty people were present to en
joy this lovely occasion and after the
regular business discussion a congen
ial social hour was spent. As an ap
preciation of his faithful and efficient
work, Mr. Carroll Frazier, secretary
and treasurer of the board of stew
ards, was presented with a very hand
some gift, by the members of the
Oslov; is a List of A Few of Our Prices
Washing Powder, .tt w
10 cent Tin SHINOLA
Shoe Polish, Tan, Black
Apples, 15 oz pkgs
Under and by virtue of a final de decree
cree decree issuing out of the circuit court
of Marion county, Florida, dated Oc October
tober October 19th, 1920, in that certain suit
in chancery now pending, wherein
Henry Gatrell is complainant and
! William Jacobs is defendant, I as
special master will offer for sale at
the west door of the court house in
Ocala, Florida, on
Monday, the 6th day of December,
between the hours of 11 a. m. and 2
p. m. of said day, the following land
situate, lying and. being in Marion
county, Florida, to-wit: the west half
of the southwest quarter of the south southeast
east southeast quarter of section thirty-four in
township thirteen south, range twen twenty
ty twenty east, said land to be sold to the
highest bidder for cash to satisfy
said decree and costs.
S. T. Sistrunk, Special Master.
W. K. Zewadski,
Complainant's Solicitor. 11-6-sat
"Go to FISHEL'S" was written a
friend by a party who recently went
to Chicago,' "and buy me that ador adorable
able adorable little HAT and express it to me
at once. tf
Boys' blouse waists, $1.50 values
for $1. H. A. Waterman, The Haber Haberdasher.
dasher. Haberdasher. 3-3 1
Peanut Squares 35 cents a pound at
Bitting & Co. 2-6t
Let us show you our Christmas can candies.
dies. candies. We have just received 600
pounds which we are .selling at half
price, direct "from the factory. Bit Bitting
ting Bitting & Co. 2-6t
All of the best fiction at THE
BOOK SHOP. 2-3t
Cranberries IS cents a pound, two
pounds for 35 cents. W. A. Stroud, tf
Ladies' EVERWEAR SILK HOSE
reduced to 31.75, all shades, at
FISHEL'S. . tf
EE 10c. Spices, Ground Cinna-
sss mon, Cloves, Ground Nut-
srs meg. Allspices, Red Pepper,
rss. Black Pepper arid Q 1,
ES White Pepper 1. . T P V
EE: one pound ...
EES Maxwell House
ass Coffee, pound....
EB Our Own Coffee,
3 pound. .'.
Coffee per pound.
5 Quarter lb. tins Tet- OO
ley's Mixed Tea . uiC
S Half pound tins Tet- yjO
E ley's Mixed Tea. ftZC
P. & G.
New Crop Fancy 1 Q
. Prunes, 80s-90s, lb 1 C
New Crop Fancy OO.
Prunes, 50s-60s, lb iC
New Crop Fancy
Prunes, 40s-50s, lb
Arm & Hammer
Soda, package. .
Half lb. Tins Rum Rum-ford
ford Rum-ford Baking Pwdr
One lb. tins Rum Rum-ford
ford Rum-ford Baking Pwdr
No. 2 tins Best
No. 2 tins White
10c. pkgs. National.
20c. pkgs. National
Rome, Dec. 4. Premier Giolitti de
clared- that Italian regulars around
Fiume had been ordered to avoid
complications or painful incidents.
A commission has gone to Fiume to
urge D'Annunzio to submit to Ad Adriatic
riatic Adriatic settlement under treaty with
COLORED EXHIBITS AT
THE COUNTY FAIR
Sucked with Its Few Remaining Peo
ple Into the Grasping Maw
of the Soviet ;
. (Associated Press)
Dec. 4. Russian soviet
troops have captured Erivan, the Ar Armenian
menian Armenian capital, and Armenia has de declared
clared declared -itself a soviet republic, said a
wireless from Moscow.
Tf ljill 15
Cn2 East One West of Courthouse
Notice is hereby given that under
j final decree of the circuit court for
nvfnrion eotmtv. in chancery, in the
EE case of Rodney V. W. Vandervoort,
25 complainant, vs. David E. Allen, et al,
EE defendants, rendered April 24th, 1920,
and under supplemental decree ren ren-S
S ren-S dered October 18th, -1920, the under under-t
t under-t signed, as special master in chancery
52 appointed by the court to execute the
gss said decree, will on
Blonday, December 6th, 1920,
between the hours of eleven o'clock
a, m. and two o'clock p. m., offer for
sale and sell to the best and nignest
bidder for cash, at the west door of
as the court house in Ocala, Florida, the
following described personal and real
s property, to-wit:
The undivided half interest of the
cross-defendant, Frank K. Vander Vander-ss
ss Vander-ss voort in and to all of the personal
property, including farm tools. ma ma-EE
EE ma-EE chinery, utensils, etc., live stock, etc.,
formerly belonging to the partnership
sss of Vandervoorst & Allen;
EE The undivided half-interest of the
cross-defendant, Rodney V. W. Van-
dervoort in and to all those certain
zzz tracts or parcels of land mentioned
EE and referred to or described in a cer-
tain deed of conveyance dated October
21st. 1913. from David E. Allen and
EE 'wife to Frank K. Vandervoort, re-
corded in Deed Boo): 153, page 402,
of the public records of Marion coun-
l The said nersonal property will be
j sold first, and if sufficient is not
realized to satisfy the amount of said
decree, the real estate will be next
offered for sale and sold.
EEj All of said property being sold to
.sansiy tne said decree ana costs.
S. T. Sistrunk,
11-13-sat Special Master in Chancery.
Get the habit of reading the ads.
The colored department at the 13th
annual Marion County Fair was as
usual up to the standard. It was well
decorated and well kept and flanked
with exhibits from various parts of
the county. Nearly every section of
the county was there in, some form.
The children's department was ahove
par, said one of the judges, and the
old ladies' corner was the center of
attraction. Aunt Lucinda Harden's
exhibit of her A, B, C quilt was quite
attractive, winning the blue ribbon,
with Mrs. Baldwin of Burbank com
ing second; and she-carried off the
blue ribbon ,on her knitted socks and
her home made pillow shams and pal-
metto nat. uthers winning blue rib ribbons
bons ribbons were Mrs. George Giles, Mrs. E.
C. Hampton, Mrs. C. D. Williams,
Mrs. ; F. L. Crumpton, Mrs. Mary
Burns, Mrs. J. D. McCall Mrs. Dru
cilia Brown, Mrs. Druvilla Murrell,
Mrs. F. P. Gadson. Mrs. W. G. -Mc
Duffy, Mrs. Rachel Philips, Mrs.
Fannie Scanes, H. G. Alexander, N. J.
Perry, Lenora Johnson and others.
In the cooking department Mrs. Ii.
M. Giles carried away nine blue and
four red ribbons, leading Howard
Academy, and closely followed by
Mary Lee Scanes and Levina Scanes.
Howard Academy twas at the fair
with a larger and better exhibit ,than
ever from the primary to thesenioi
grades, and won blue ribbons as fol follows:
lows: follows: J;';''a M. i i-Prizes
Prizes i-Prizes .Awarded Primary Department
of Howard Academy
No. 1 First prize to A and B di divisions
visions divisions of third grade, considered as
No. 2 First prize to second grade;
No. 3 First prize to thid grade,
A division; second prize to A division,
No. 5 First prize to second grade.
No. 6 First and second prizes lo
third grade, A division.
No. 11 Second prize to A division
of the third grade.
Prizes Awarded Grammar Grades and
High School of Howard Academy
15 First prize 2 for collection of
sixth grade work. ".
18 -Second prizef or U. map by
19 First prize for product map of
Marion county, eighth grade.
21 First prize for modeled relief
map of Europe.
25 First prize for collection front
nature in water colors. 1
28 First prize for best : specimen
of writing, 30 lines.
35 First prize for largest and best
36 First prize for largest and best
general ; exhibit from I a school not
ranked as a senior high.
38 First prize for agricultural ex
hibit from agricultural class.
40 First prize for collection r of
drawings in zoology.
44 First prize for original story,
800 or more words.
45 First prize for original poem.
i 46 First prize for exhibit of na native.,
tive., native., woods.
48 First prize for essay on Flor Florida
ida Florida birds, their value and protection;
51 First and second prizes for
best specimen of mending.
53 Second prize for best specimen
of crochet work.
55 First prize for best specimen
56 Second prize for specimen of
57 First prize for dresser cover in
59 First prize for embroidered
61 First prize for sofa cushion.
62 First and second prizes for
best made dress.
63 First prize for embroidered
64 First prize for eyelet embroid
67 First prize for pan biscuits.
68 -First, prize for plain cake.
69 Second prize for layer cakeJ
70 Second prize for v lightbread.
71 First prize for custard pie.
72 First prize for fruit pie.
73 First prize for baked ham.?
76 First prize for exhibit of jel jellies.
lies. jellies. 78 Second prize for exhibit of
home made candy.
Next came the rural schools under
.' THOS. B. CRARY
Binghamton,. Y Dec. 4. Thos.
B. Crary, a financier with large lum lumber
ber lumber intersts in North Carolina, Geor Georgia
gia Georgia and Mississippi is dead.
BIG BUSINESS WAS
READY WITH BRIBES
Washington, Dec. 4 The Interstate
Commerce Commission is investigat investigating
ing investigating charges that big business con concerns
cerns concerns are obtaining priority car .as .assignments
signments .assignments ; by bribing railroad men.
MRS. McSWEENEY ARRIVED
New York, Dec.' 4. Mrs. Muriel
McSweeney, widow of Terence IIc IIc-Sweney,
Sweney, IIc-Sweney, the late lord mayor of Cork,
who starved to death in a London
prison, stepped quietly down the gang
plank of the liner Celtic today to tes testify
tify testify before -the committee -of 100 in investigating
vestigating investigating Irish conditions. She was
accompanied by Miss Mary McSwee McSweeney,
ney, McSweeney, the mayor' sister. An orderly
crowd was at the dock to weleorr.
Mrs. G. B. dverton and children of
Georgia have arrived in the city to
join Mr, Overton and make this city
their home. Mr, Overton is connect
ed with George MacKay & Company,
and he and his family have rented
Mrs." Annie Perry's home on South
Fifth street, where they will be locat
ed for the, present, v
We have recently received several
jobs in LADIES' HATS, beautiful
felts, etc., which you can buy cheap
at FISHEL'S. tf
Cocoa Bonbons, 40 cents a pound at
Bitting & Co. 26t
Insist upon having Federal Bread.
It's the best. 23-Ct
Chocolate Pralines 4Q cents a pound
at Bitting & Co. 2-t
Come at once to get your bulbs
trumpet arid white narcissus, crocus,
hyancinths, tulips and muscari. The
Court Pharmacy. Phone 284. 2-6t
Come at once to get your bulbs
trumpet and white narcissus, crocus,
hyancinths, tulips and muscari. The
Court Pharmacy. Phone 284. 2-6t
the supervision of Mrs. Y. S. Mc-
Duffy, with about 15 schools repre
sented. Every one won blue ribbons
In the agricultural department
there was the usual exhibit of cane,
syrup, corn, potatoes, pumpKins, cot
ton, rice, peanuts and various ether
things, all tagged with blue ribbons.
In the poultry department, Rev.
Caster of Fairfield is smiling over
four blue and four red ribbons, -exhibiting
several kinds of pure bred
, Little Geo Johnson was at the
fair with his corn club Duroc Jersey
pig, getting worthy mention.
We thank our, friends from the
various parts of the county. Hay
they continue to come to the fair and
make the department go.
DAYS TD J?V4s
And it's time you were beginning to
max. ox ine presents you intend Hv
ng on that joyous occasion.
1m.e cf Jewelry consists of eve-Sffl-
frm ,sma11 inexpensive
j in 10 a GoId Watch or a Dia Diamond
mond Diamond King. iaMany new novelties to
elect from if you call early.
J. Charles S:
The Jeweler & Watchmaker
West Side Courthouse C-rj-rs
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It costs an average of three dollars
a pound to bury a railroad hog after
he is dead.
Speaking of Catts and the idea held
ly some people that he is crazy, the
Jacksonville Observer correctly, says
that he is sane enough when it comes
to grabbing off the coin.
The Presbyterian : people want a
little more than their regular space in
the church notices, and have con contracted
tracted contracted to pay the Star so much per
line over ten lines. The Baptist min minister
ister minister says his church will cheerfully
do the same thing whenever necessary.
fitted with every convenience. Elec
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dance of the famous Boulware Spring
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way. lhey will nave the opportunity
to spend as many hours and days as
they like amidst the balsamic pines
and enjoy the hospitality of the Uni University
versity University City."
HELP KIDDIES AT HOME
A special to the Times-Union from
Williston says: "The Williston road
district has voted a bond issue of
$100,000 for the purpose of building
a hard surfaced road from the Alach
ua county line on the north to the
Marion county line on the south, a
distance of about 22 miles. The bonds
will be advertised for sale in Janu January
ary January and bids will be invited for the
construction of a lime rock, water-
bound macadam road, to be graded
24 feet wide with a road bed of lime
twelve weet wide and six inches thick
with a crown of three inches in the
center. The road, when completed,
will be treated with oil or covered
It will be a mighty good thing for
the people of northwest Marion and
east Levy to get together and create
a special district to build a road from
Opftlft tn Willistnn Tt will no,r nolo I
to be the southeastern portion of that
Among the few democratic victors
in iha- Into flertinn war Judfe Lind-
sey," the famous juvenile court man
of Denver. In a decidedly republican
district, he beat his republican op
ponent 23,000 votes. The people of
Denver put usefulness and integrity
above partisanship, as every com community
munity community should.
On January 1, Sumter county is go
ing to begin work on its new road,
running thru the county, connecting
with, the Dixie Highway and making
its link of the shortest route 'between
the western and middle western
states, and west and central north
Florida and Tampa and south Florida.
When pur part of the Dixie Highway
is complete, it.will be 110 miles from
Ocala to Tampa, shorter than any
nVior- Tnuta arA nvpf til A heat road.
It behooveth our county to get busy
and see what it can do about that
$280,000 it is to have from the state
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ana national uveniiuem, w nciu u.
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Some time ago there began a grub grubbing
bing grubbing sort of work cn Oklawaha ave avenue,
nue, avenue, about half a block east of the
library, and careless passersby
thought Ocala was going to have a
subway. After the work bad gone on
a while, it was covered with a sub substantial
stantial substantial plank floor, and then folks
thought it would be an airplane land landing.
ing. landing. A talk with Mr. W. R. Pedrick
the other day revealed the fact that
it was the beginning of the big
Spencer-Pedrick Motor Company's
garage and service station. It will be
big building two stories and a
basement, and have more floor space
than any other auto business in the
city. The basement will be given up
o the repair shop, and the first floor
to the office and the salesroom for the
fine Buick cars, of which the Spencer-
edrick company is the local agency.
The third floor will be used for paint
ing and storage of various auto sup supplies.
plies. supplies. It will be not only an useful
building, but an ornament to the
avenue. 1 he proprietors hope to have
it ready by the first of April.
The Gift Shop is The Book Shop. 3t
A dispatch from Boston says: .This afternoon at the Presbyterian
Herbert Hoover, opening today parsonage, Rev. W.-'P. Creson per
tne $2d,000,000 dollar campaign for formed a marriage ceremony whieh
feeding destitute European children, made Mr. Burt E. Turner of this city
said by feeding them we would re- and Mrs. Elizabeth S. King of Harris Harris-place
place Harris-place the hate in the minds of the ville, Pa., husband and wife,
rcxt generationwho were left by the Mr. Turner has made Ocala his
war in the greatest famine in 200 home since last June and during his
l years. residence in the city has made many
The Star generally swsars by what friends, who will learn with cordial
Mr. Hoover says, but it can't help re- interest of his marriage. Mr. Turner
membering that American boys had is foreman of the Star's composing
to fight very recently against those room and his intelligent and efficient
who were children twenty years ago, management of the work in that de de-?nd
?nd de-?nd they may have to fight in less partment has won for him high re re-than
than re-than twenty years the very, children gard-with his fellow workers. Mr.
America i3 asked to help feed now. Turner is a man of high integrity and
.There is no doubt that there is has the respect and esteem of all the
great, suffering in Armenia and Syria, acquaintances he has made during his
but the Star can't advise people to stay in the city.
contribute to the near east fund, be- Mrs. Turner is a trained nurse and
cause there is not a very firm guar- the romance which culminated in
antee that the children it is intended her marriage today began at Akron,
i or will ever receive the money Ohio, where Mr. Turner was quite ill
Right here in Florida, in Jackson- and by the skill and careful nursing
ville, is the children's home, managed cf Miss King he was restored to
by Marcus Fagg, helping to take care health.
of our own destitute Florida kiddies. Mr. and Mrs. Turner will commence
We have been informed that this in- housekeeping at once at No. 510 Al Al-Btitution
Btitution Al-Btitution is hard up, many patrons varez street, where they will be glad
having dropped out, and few recruits to receive their friends. The Star
arriving to take their places. iforce joins other friends in wishing
The good book says something Mr. and Mrs. Turner a most happy
about he that careth.iiot for his own and prosperous married life
is worse than an infidel.
Florida children are our own, each Brief cases and portfolios at THE
has a claim on us. Let's take care BOOK SHOP. 2-3t
of them; then, if there is any left :
rover and any chance of its reaching Boys' makinaw coats-$8.50; rain
European and Asiatic children, let's coats $5 and $6.50. H. A. Waterman.
One of the fair managers has made
what the Star considers an excellent
recommendation toward' preparing
for the next fair. This year's horse
racers, all home steeds, were very in
terestincr". each horse and .its rider
having special interest for a consid
erable number of people among the
spectators. An excellent method of
keeping up and increasing interes
in the races will be to have a meet in
Ocala once a month, at which new
horses could compete the older ones
Horsemen from adjoining counties
could be called in, and if the matter
is treated with the interest and en
ergy it deserves we can have a large
bunch of homemade racers and riders
at the next fair.
Mr. George E. Hosmer, editor and
manager of the Manatee River Jour
nal, one of the oldest and best papers
in South Florida, has patriotically
devoted a large part of his time to
traveling around the state, trying to
map out a route for the members of
the National Editorial Association
which will pass thru Florida about
the middle of next March. Mr. Hos Hos-nrer
nrer Hos-nrer was in town today, conferring
with the newspapers and the secre
tary of the Board of Trade regarding
the association and one of its stop
pmg places. It will take some money
to entertain this association, but
is something we simply cant afford
to let get by us. It will be a big card
for Ocala to Dlav to entertain and
favorably impress this body of lead
mg journalists of America.
The following from the Sun shows
how Gainesville people can work for
the common good:
"Community spirit reigned supreme
in Gainesville yesterday when the
tourist camp site project" was pu'
over m one day. The appointed hour
m the morning saw an army
, ground cleaners, whitewashers and
builders march through a mass of un
derbrush and weeds and by night the
Scene presented was a charming
three-acre park, with roads laid out,
-city sewerage pipes installed, electric
wires up, and everything about the
grounds spick and span for the mo
torists. In the center of the park
. the carpenters had erected a spaciou
building for the convenience of the
tourists. The site- chosen for the
camp will afford ample shade and
beautiful locations for the erection o:
cf tnts p.nd the storage ofcars. The
Geo. lcKaj& Co:
Two Licensed Embalmers
. Motor Funeral Cars
Private Morgue and Chapel
Day Phone 47
Night Phones 305 and 431
C V. Roberts, Manager,
send it to them.
Our Toy Shop is now open. Walking
dolls and talking books. THE BOOK
Our Specialty Is
nothing so distinctive, so last lasting
ing lasting and bo sure to be appre appre-.
. appre-. ciated. "We know scores of
- men in this city who would be
overjoyed at Christmas if they
received someone's photograph.
THE BLAKE STUDIO
TT HAS ALWAYS been the policy of this bank to
-L manifest a friendly, personal interest in the wel welfare
fare welfare of depositors. 4Ve do not merely wish for the
success of our depositors; we work for their success,
realizing that their interests of the bank are closely
bound :up with the welfare of its customers.
WE STRIVE to meet the requirements of our cus customers
tomers customers in a manner consistent .with right bank banking
ing banking principles. v
Munroe & Chambliss National
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YOU SAVE MONEY
Cn your shoe bills by having us re rebuild
build rebuild your old shoes. Our charges are
moderate, and we guarantee satisfaction.
MAZON & CO.
i Eetween Ten Cent Store and GerigB
To the aesthetic discriminating
shopper we recommend a BOX OP
EVER WEAR SOX for an Xmas pres present
ent present At FISHEL'S. We also take
orders for the new Yarn Hose so
much in vogue. tf
Come at once to get your bulbs
trumpet and white narcissus, crocws,
hyancinths, tulips and muscari. The
Court Pharmacy. Phone 284.' 2-6t
Geo. MacKay & Co.
PYLES & PERKINS
Fnneral Directors & Embalmers
PARLORS OPPOSITE POSTOFFICE
Two Hearses. Grey Hearse for White
Phones 555 and 225. Open All Night
:C. Cecil Bryant:
Accounting and Auditing
ledire i Bible Tlemes
By Rev. Mable Quarn Stevens
M Mclfeoaist Church, at Kendrick,
7:30 Monday Evening, December 6th
Sccjcct; -"The little Red Rose End" of the Book ot Solomon
SENATOR WATSON'S COMMENDATION
She is a woman of remarkable versatility and most persuasive elo elo-srh
srh elo-srh has a most intimate know ledee of the Bible and her exposi-
?ati RM-intnral tpsts is nlwavs interestine and also persuasive. She did
not in a single instance disappoint anybody in her audience and unless the
people have entirely forgotten tne tsinie or nave Decome utterly inumereu
f AAhinn iolinr tn rpliVion. I believe that her auditors would all
Wl JtJVWfe O
be Insnired by her utterances. Very smcerely yours,
TUESDAY, DEC. 14
Carolyn B. Elliott, writing m the
Birmingham Age-Herald of Mrs. Ma Mabel
bel Mabel Quam Stevens, says:
"Regardless of the fact that Mrs.
Stevens has been recognized as one
of the great speakers at Ocean Grove
by an audience of 10,000 people; re regardless
gardless regardless that she was the first woman
ever received on the platform of Tent
Evangel in New York City; that she
has been on the' programmes with
some of America's most famous lec lecturers,
turers, lecturers, she is entirely unspoiled. Her
work during the summers, on the
the chautauqua platform, is that of an
expositor of the Bible, a lecturer on
Rev Mabel Quam Stevens Has Devoted Her Life to Bible Research, Travel
Kev. Api Chautauqua Platform and Bible Teaching
JAMES E. WATSON.
. HER TRAVELS
"My" visits to the Holy Land have
always been made as a Bible student,
not as a missionary," Mrs. Stevens
told me. "because I wanted to enter
into their social life and gain the
viewpoint as nearly as possible of the
Many times Mrs. Stevens has visit
ed every historic place in Palestine
and Egypt. From these experiences
she has been enabled to. give to the
public wonderful pageans on the Bible,
with from sixty to 150 stage partici
pants, and m this manner in chautau-
aua work she often illustrates her
ADMISSION 23 CENTS.
CHILDREN 15 CENTS.
ave You Twelve Friends
If so, you will want them to receive some evidence of your
good will at Christmas. Instead of expensive gifts, the custom
now to send Christmas cards is more universal than ever -We
have prepared a special package of Christmas Greeting Cards
, onm-ovmo-s consisting of twelve of our most popu
lar designs. They come in envelope all ready to mail and the
?HE" FASHION PLTE COMIC, "POLLY AND HER PALS," A LAVISH PROFUSION
OF DAZZLING EF FECTS, COMING TO
THE. TEMPLE THEATER, MONDAY,' DECEMBER 6.
GARAGE ALWAYS OPEN DAY AND NIGHT
MURPHY MOTOR COMPANY
WO.OOO GDOU. OF TDAl.ED CLCPHMTS
Willi Be Located on the
FtorMa's ciiis frail poses
ssSSSif, 'to mmm wMcl
Siaiileip is tiii Mliiii S
fcle Floilia Ciiis slaif e
M embenhip in the Florida Citraa Kxrhange requires
only the aixSkj to co-opeate. ; No initiation feet,
no membership dae. For Infomudoa, constilt the
msnagerpf nesrett aMockdon or rab-exch&nge, or
write to the boron manager at Tampa.
J zct ru
US EACHANJ h A
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We are striving to give the very best service that can possibly be given
to our customers and friends.
The officers of the Bank are anxious to talk over the conditions that con confront
front confront us, and help you to plan your finances, so as to make a success of your
Call on us when in need of advice or funds. We fully realize the import importance
ance importance of lending money, as well as accepting deposits.
THE OCALA NATIONAL
Resources More Than a Million.
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PRACTICAL CARPENTER AND
C&reiul estimates made on all con contract
tract contract Tiork. Gives more and letter
work f(T the money than any other
contractor in the city.
We are closing our overcoats out
irGlM3 PP. H. A. Waterman,
rT- c-1 iiim vi cinn nnaina rmrrt
fK e rally yields immediately
. see .J$' to the influence of skil skil-tj.YifF
tj.YifF skil-tj.YifF t fully fitted glasses.
DR. K. J. WEIHE,
Optometrist and Optician
- Our ouids nave arrived rarcissus,
hyacinths a nd tulips. Get yours at
ALL WORK GUARAirTETD
Estimates Furnished Frt5
Phone No. 526, 215 W. th EL, Ocs?
Ilave your mirrors re-:lv:rr.
work called for, delivered
anteed. Ocala Tlirrcr
" OCALA EVENING STAR, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 4. 1920
Have your mirrors re-sflvered. All AT .THE CHURCHES TOMORROW
Christmas books at THE BOOK
Come at once to get your bulbs
trumpet and white narcissus, crocus,
hyancinths, tulips and muscari. The
Court Pharmacy. Phone 284. 2-6t
The Christmas store is THE BOOK
Just arrived, a select line of the
GENUINE PARISIAN IVORY in
Manicure Sets, Mirrors, Combs and
Brushes and assorted pieces, at Anti Anti-Monopoly
Monopoly Anti-Monopoly Drug Store. 3-10t
Meet bt at the American Cafe.
Union Station, Ocala, for a regular
dinner family style. Best dinner in
the state' for 75c Eat and drink a&
you want. Time for dinner 11 a. m. to
2:S0 p. m. 17-tf
We have a very pretty line of
LADIES' COATS an dour prices are
bwer than elsewhere. FISHEL'S. tf
vork called for, delivered and guar- j
an teed. Ocala Mirror and Plating Presbyterian
Works, Yonge lock. Fort King (Rev. W. F. Creson, Pastor)
avenue, phone 504. 9-tfj V v-
- Apalachicola oysters every day day-Cook's
Cook's day-Cook's Market and Grocery, phone
243, North Main street. l?-tf
Dont fail to visit the Guarantee
Nothing & Shoe Company. Every Everything
thing Everything we sell Js guaranteed. We're
Sghtinjr for QUALITY not price, tf
See the children's shoes, $1 up. H.
A. Waterman, T he Haberdasher. 3-3t
Abruzzi seed rye, $4 per bushel.
Rnst proof seed oats, $1.50 per bushel.
Ocala Seed Store. 22-tf
11 a. ra. iuomrag worsnip.
npopmher and Christmas Victor re- Prelude, "Calvary," J-aui Kcxmey.
Truskejdifkgjs will puzzle you, but
vou will be delighted with our prices
on MIDDIES and SHIRTWAISTS.
See bur boys' suits from ?5.25 up.
Classy goods" and big values at the
prices. H. A. Waterman, The Haber Haberdasher.
dasher. Haberdasher. 3-3t
cords at The BOOK SHOP.
2-3t Cornet solo by Mr. Collier.
Hymn, "Something for Jesus."
Hymn, "Even Me."
Offertory, "Simple Aveu." Thome.
Solo. "He Leadeth Me" (Ashford).
Salt, and fresh water fish, oysters,
shrimp, etc., at City FISH Market,
No. 9 Fort King avenue. 27-tf
Iced Maple Goodies 45 cents a pound
at Bitting & Co. 2-6t
"'i-JW m Miss Bnllock
Hymn, "Revive Try Word, 0 Lord.M
Closing prayer. Gloria.
f; 7:30 p. m. Evening worsnip.
tv Hymn. "Hail to the Lord's Anoint-
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V .11 ffe, if
1 x X Scripture lesson.
nmn, "u worsnip me jxing.
Solo and chorus. Miss Bullock and
M i SS aoI
r" JT I choir.
taonal Sale of Late
Special Purchase No Job Lots
Suits that are rich, beautiful
expressions of the art of the ex expert
pert expert designers Suits of the soft,
velvety materials so popu popu-lar
lar popu-lar for the winter, are em embroidered
broidered embroidered with silk and wool
and a few are trimmed with
rich fur, but most are plain
tailored. The materials are
beautiful quality Tricotine,
Serge, Silver tone, light
About 125 Suits to select
No two alike. Were made to sell from $45.00 to $85.00.
On sale at the following prices:
$21.50 $34.50 $37.50 $39.50
Every Suit beautifully lined with fancy linings of all Silk
tiiiSii f JtateCdnatts
About 100 Coats, handsome,
fur-trimmed and plain tail tailored
ored tailored models which sold from
S45.00 to $105.00
All sizes and colors. Mate Materials
rials Materials are Bolivia, Duvetyn,
Polo Cloth, Silvertone The most popular and snappi snappiest
est snappiest styles of the season are here represented in this
coat sale. Tailored models, dolmans, belted and
loose -as ,well as straight line eiBfecte. linings are of
novelty silks and there are warm interlinings trim trimmed
med trimmed cleverly with rich fur, or handsomely embroi embroidered.
dered. embroidered. The feminine world will be all "agog" at
news as sensational as we offer here. When they see
these wonderful wraps and coats they will be even
further surprised and delighted.
A Most Noteworthy Ottering of
For street and Afternoon Wear
Positively the Greatest Value Giving Event since the
inception of lower prices, consisting of the season's
Smartest Styles and Fabrics, offered at the
Extraordinary Price of
SPECIAL SALE OF
These hats are made in all the
latest designs. AH colors. Made to sell from $10 to
, J, ii J.(S
WrlrfV A S lit
P' i 5 1 I I
Materials are Tricotine,
Serges, Wool Jersey and
Silks. Regular values
from $35.00 to $65.09.
The styles include the
New Circular Skirt, the
Blouse Bodice, Pleated Tunics, Embroidered
Tunics, the straight Silhouette with gold or
silver stitching, Silk or Wool Hand Embroid Embroidery
ery Embroidery or beaded Motifs.
This sale presents, the Greatest Opportunity
of the season to secure Dresses for Tailored or
Informal Wear Of the unusual attractiveness,
at a price that is unparalled lor similar value. No Woman or Miss who ap appreciates
preciates appreciates and recognizes value will miss this event.
Every piece of Yard Goods at
2 pgr cent Discount
Christmas Shopping Early
AM IPC 9
"The Fashion Center'!
Sermon, II. Thessalonians, 1:10.
Hymn, "There's Be No Dark Val-
Closing prayer. Twilight.
Second Sunday in Advent
(John J. Neighbour, Rector)
7:30 a. m. Holy communion.
9:45 a. m. Sunday school.
11 a. m. Holy communion and Eer-
No evening service.
Rev. G. L. Collins, D. D., Pastor
9:45 a. m. Sunday school.
11 a. m. Public worshiD with ser
mon. Subject, "Don't Be a Grass Grasshopper."
hopper." Grasshopper." 6:30 p. m. Junior and Senior B.
Y. P. U.
.7:30 p. m.The pastor will repro
duce one of uipsy Smiths famous
V; sermons, entitled "The Lost Christ.
GIPSY SMITH SERMON.
The preaching service at the First
Baptist church tomorrow night will
be of special interest as the pastor,
V. I Dr. C. L. Collins, will reproduce one
JLt of the famous Gipsy Smith's greatest
r sermons. The subject of the sermon
: is "The Lost Christ" and It is a most.
remarkable piece of pulpit work.
Gipsy Smith is known the world over
as the most influential evangelist in
the world today. The service will be-
Jt gin at 7:30, promptly, and the pas-
js tor advises that those who wish back
Fj I seats will need to come early.
The Woman's Auxiliary of the
Presbyterian church will meet Hon Hon-zfe
zfe Hon-zfe day "afternoon at 3 o'clock. The cir-
-1- 1 11 J.- V
icie; memDers are an expecxea w) do
fyk OCALA SPORTS3IEN DID
Belle view, Dec. 3. Ocala members
fjft of the Belleview Gun and Rod Club
again distinguished themselves at its
ii trapshoot yesterday afternoon on the
club's range at Smith Lake, where
ti with a new automatic trap and shoot shoot-;
; shoot-; ing stands, modern, up to the minute
conditions prevailed. Two of the
-5 Ocala gunners, R. B. MefFert and J.
jJ M. Thomas, with scores of 22 and 19
Zl out of 25 "birds, were high men on
tt their respective teams but even Mef Mef-iti
iti Mef-iti fert's brilliant work was not sufficient
to overcome the misses of tail-enders
and his side, captained by Winters
i Hames, lot to the Frank Gale team
Jj by a score of 98 to 90. Meffert was
I; not only the ."high gun" of the day
but placed the largest run to his
credit by smashing his last thirteen
III WlgCVSi AUUUMS UCSb I Ull WitB BIX.
55 The individual, scores were as fol
i J. M. Thomas-
:: W. P. Preer
title. Martin .,
Jijtj Nathan Mayo
j Frank Gale
I T? CI "Raff a
E. S. French
tK Hames Team
yAR. B. Meffert
Zffi Winters Hames
jtf C. P. Davis ..
JS J. W. Davis ..
?: F. E. Martin .
f Leon Hames ..
Fnnr vifnr ala s i
I "wv xuz. lrKBl3
only" at '2o birds, with thi rr.it.
Fred Smith 10; H. M. Clark 9; E. F.
;v; Keece ; T. J. Kemp 7.
';: Alter the team shoot, two 25-tanret
J individual matches were arranged, the
first being won by C. P. Dacis and
. the other by R. B. Meffert The
US Firat rnatch: CL P. Davis 17: Preer
16: Mayo 11; J. W. Davia 8- TT &
Second matrh? Moff io.
iJipS; Thomas 15; Mayo 14; Leo Hame3
! xuncicii Bemces oi xors. o. i-i..
- Mitchell will be held in Mount Moriai
; Baptist church Sunday afternoon at
1 o'clock, conducted hv the tester.
mi . M.
t; Long assisting. George MacKay &
Company have charge of the arrange-
v Een, ana me remains will ce ia
to rest m Evergreen cemetery.
.....,.,..:52 1 Seafood, always to be had frso
; t ,.. .mm ..Awaw.wjjm Vttw1 Uw 52 tif I f CitVFISH Market 9 1
Pt irx- AWff
OCALA EVENING STAB, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 4, 1920
ELKS, TAKE NOTICE
CITY TAX NOTICE
- NEEPEAM -MOTOEi
Storage, Gasoline, Oils and Grease.
We use genuine Ford Parts. Cars washed, 51.00
x Memorial services will be held in
the lodge room at 11 o'clock a. m.,
Sunday, December 5th.
30-Gt C. Y. Miller, E. R.
City taxes and licenses due.
A discount of 2 per cent allowed on
Buicks at a Bargain
1919 seven-passenger, five
city taxes if paid in November. The
If you have any
phone to five-one.
tax rate slightly reduced.
W. W. Clyatt,,
4-tf City Tax Collector,
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,
(three cord3) $1550.
1919 five-passenger, newly painted,
WANTED, LOST, FOUND, E)R
two bumpers, five tires, SI 300.
SALE, FOR RENT AND SIM SIMILAR
ILAR SIMILAR LOCAL NEEDS
Mr. T. D. Lancaster Jr. is a busi business
ness business visitor in Jacksonville.
JACOB S SUPERB CANDIES in
1919 five-passenger, two bumpers,
five tires (three cords), 1100.
1918 roadster, newly painted, new
top, five tires, $1200.
These cars all carry a 90-day me mechanical
chanical mechanical guarantee. Cash. or part
terms to responsible parties.
SPENCER-PEDRICK MOTOR CO.,
holiday boxes. Prices from 5c. to $25.
Anti-Monopoly Drug Store, exclusive
Rates: Six lines, maximum, one time,
We always carry a nice line
25c; three times, 50c; six times, 75c;
Men's Trousers. FISHEL'S.
one month, S3. Payable in advance.
Phone 252 Ccr. Gldawatia cncS Qrzzjt
If it is service ycu are after and
Mr. Herbert L. Anderson of Jack Jacksonville
sonville Jacksonville was a visitor in the city yes yesterday.
terday. yesterday. DRESSMAKING For first class
Used Cars for Sale
the choicest meats and fancy groc groc-eiies,
eiies, groc-eiies, just pnone 243, Cook's Market
find Clrcirerv. l-10t
dressmaking, evening gowns a spe
cialty and ail kinds of intricate
work, phone Miss Perry, at Florida
3-3t 29-tf Buick Dealers. Ocala, Fla.
Miss Julia Ward of Gainesville was
mt the city for the day visiting
FOR REN T Furnished apartment.
Annlv to G03 E. Second St. 30-tf
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New edition of The Seminoles of
Florida at THE BOOK SHOP. 2-3t
Mr. E. S. Grace of Citronelle was
a well known business vistor in town
Mr. A. Cuthill of Martei was
among the business visitors in Ocala
ir r n Thn- rn- fCH To oDen our
Sale, beginning Thursday, Dec. 9th, we will sell regular $3 t
and $5 values QUALITY BliANU ALUMINUM wake, guar guar-anteed
anteed guar-anteed for Twenty Years, at Little More than Factory Cost.
One Day Only for Aluminum Ware December 9th, 1920
v Starling at 9;C0 A. U: 8
Limited quantity of Plymouth "Rock
eggs for hatching. Phone 304. R. N
Always asK your grocer for Federa
Bread, and insist upon getting Jt
You'll always find it fresh and erisp.
- Mr. J. M. Brown, the new manager
for the Ocala Iron Works, has been
j joined by his wife, daughter and son
and for the present they are comfor
t&bly located at the Colonial hotel.
Abruzzi seed rye. $4 per bushel
Rust proof seed oats, $1.50 per bushel
Ocala Seed Store. 22-tf
Mrs. George Taylor and daughter,
Leonora left' yesterday rJtemoon for
Jacksonville, where they will spend a
few days as the guests of Mrs. Tay
lor's sister, Mrs. Clarence Phillips
DOLLS, DOLLS and then
more dolls at FISHEL'S.
FOR RENT Light .housekeeping
WANTED To superintend a farm,
or 'rent a forty-acre farm; or would
consider a share crop. -1. W. Wine-
gard, 22 Gertrude street, Orlando,
Fla. v. 30-6 1
FOR SALE Six room house with
bath, large lot, $1000. See John R.I
Rogers, owner, 120 S. Magnolia St., j
FOR SALE Abruzzi Rye seed. $3.50
ner bushel. Anthony Farms, An
thony, Fla. l-6tdly
TABBAGE PLANTS Protected from
frost by overhead irrigation. Char Charleston
leston Charleston Wakefield, Early Summer;
Lupton's best Long Island seed,
$1.50 per thousand; special price in
large quantities. J. R. Davis Farms,
Bartow. Fla. tf
FOR' RENT My entire home which
can be used as two apartments, on
Orange avenue. For further partic
ulars see me or call Mrs. Martha
Williams at the home of Mrs. R. S.
Hall, Fort King avenue. 19-tf
WOOD FOR SALE $1 and $2 loads
of oak and pine wood. Phone, 322,
residence. E. Bomolini. 18-18t
-EXCLUSIVE AND DISTINCTIVE
."' ; -''
Every Hat in the
Affleck. Millinery Parlor
" is now on Sale at
' H ALF PRICE
Come Early and
GET i YOU R CHOICE
Not a hat in the above, establishment but what
is authentic in sty!eand fitness and well worth
the Original Price. ... .
Ill E BROADWAY, near Western Union.
PIANO FOR SALE A special .bar
gain for quick sale. See it at my
residence, 1109 E. 5th St. or phone
185 G. J. E. Frampton. 30-6t
f9pr QmtI Colonial Kttl
Tit Quart T KtU
Sotmb Cvf Cof f PaacoUta
Tw Quwt DouSU Bilr
The regular monthly business meet
ing of the missionary society of the
Methodist church will be held Mon-
iday afternoon at the church at 3:30
o'clock. All members are urged to
le present as there will be an election
of officers for the new year.
Tm Ball Tarn Pet
9 Quart Colonial
Sis Quart Preaenring KetUo
Geo. MacKay & Co.
When you buy fish from us they are
dressed ready for cooking. Oysters
and shrimp. City FISH Market, No.
.) Fort King avenue. 27-tf
Mr. and Mrs. Lester Marsh of Tam-
f a, aj;e visitors in the city for a few
days at the home of the former's
mother, Mrs. Robert Marsh. When
Mrs. Marsh concludes her visit here
she will go to Macon, Ga., to spend a
few weeks with relatives.
WANTED A good farmer to farm
on shares. Also would like to plant
ten, fifteen or twenty acres of oats
on shares. I have good land near
town. W. D. Carn. : : 15-tf
J. n. SPEHCER
IV. R. PEDISICK
LAKE WEIR Two completely, far-,
nished cottages for sale at Wood
mar, Eastlake; running water, bath
room, toilet, acetylene gas, two bed
rooms in each house. For prices and
'particulars, apply to D. S. Wood-
row. Box 581. Ocala. Fla. -29-tf
FOR SALEOne team of mules, log
cart and harness; will be sold cheap
for cash; all equipped for hauling.
Address T. S. Mathews, Orange
Lake, Fla. ; 29-61
, hi ii it
Miss Clyde-Justice of Marianna ac
companied her sister, Mrs. Harley
Marsh of this city home from Zolfo,
where they had been visiting relatives
for some time and will Jae the guest
of her sister at the home of Mrs.
Robert Marsh for ari indefinite stay.
Don't fail to visit the Guarantee
: I: Clothing &, Shoe Company. Every-
thing we sell is guaranteed. We're
'ghting for QUALITY not prices, tf
Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Sales and daugh-
t:ter, Miss Rushabelle Sales of Tampa,
"JW m Mia
l2ceiili8r 4th, continuing to January 1
And nost-war days bring pre-war prices.
k FlCCS ar8 mOVJll Up oiir entire stock is on sale with Prices Great-
Iy Reduced. A visit to our store will convince you.
A FEW OF THE MANY BARGAINS
jfalhave arrived in the city to make their
home and have taken apartments at
J5 the McDowell flat. Mr. and Mrs.
Sales and daughter already have
aa p;any friends in the city, having vis vis-;t;
;t; vis-;t; ited here a number of times as guests
;f a of Mrs. Sales' sister, Mrs. L. W. Pon-
CHILDREN'S DRESSES reduced
4 to about half-price. FISHEL'S tf
We Make a Specialty of Parts for the Buick and
the Prices are Consistent with the Cost of Same.
GOODYEAR AND U. S. TIRES AND TUBES
1HERO-COLA WOODYARD We are
prepared to furnish oak or pine
wood for either stove or fireplace
on short notice. We deliver your!
money's worth promptly. Give us a
trial order. Chero-Cola Woodyard, i
phone 167. 26-lm
Exclusive Agents for "VESTA" BATTERY, 18 LIo. GusrnrJce
' An Up-to-Dati Battery Service Station
We Maintain an Up-to-Date Garage with
r ; Expert Workmen, at all times, Assuring
; Prompt and Efficient Service. .
GASOLINE. OILS AND GREASE.
WANTED Hay. What have ; you to
offer? Address Carlton House,-203
N. Main St., Ocala. : 2-8t
4SPEKCER-PE9PJCK C0T0R CO.
FOR SALE High grade, slightly
used piano at a bargain. Will ar
range terms to responsible party.
Address C. V. Fuller, care the
It s an easy name to rememoer
Federal always ask for Federal if
you want the best bread to be had. 6t
Ginghams, Dress and Apron, at 19e
and 25c a yard.
Outings at 23c. a yard.
Canton Flannel, unbleached and
bieached, at 19c! a yard.
' 10-4 Jpperel Sheetin?. bleached,
at 85c. a yard.
10-4 Pepperel Sheeting, unbleach unbleached,
ed, unbleached, at 75c. a yard.
White Homespun at 15c. a yard.
Comforts, $G.50 values, at $3.50.
. Misses' Blue Serge Middy Suits, $18
value, for $12.
Misses' Blue SergeMiddy Suits, $12
value for $6.50.
A large assortment of ladies'
v;a!sts in Georgette, China Silk and
Voiles. Prices, $1.98, $2.98, $4.50.
See our assortment of Ladies'
Skirts in extra Jarge sizes. $10 and
,$12. value for $6.50 and S7.50.
Our Wool Plaid Skirts, plain and
pleated, $17.50 value, for $12.50.
Ladies' Wool Coats, fur trimmed,
$35 value for $24.50. Other styles
and colors. Prices range from $5.49
Ladies' Coat Suits, $10 to $35.
In our Shoe Department the
prices have been cut to the
See our bargains in Men's
Men's Hats and Shirts.
Our line oi Xmas Gilts
and Dolls is complete.
Mrs. E. A. Osborne, who is chair-
m 'mm- m m
aVa man ior Marion county oi tne saie ox
2V Christmas seals for the benefit of the
Florida Tuberculosis Association, it
very much pleased with the response
ajthat she is meeting with for thii
worthy cause. This association has
4 I J "'f 7"
jSjjage mailed without one of these seals
being affixed thereto
j Miss Emily Stotesbury entertained
:X:jthe members of the Thursday after
aaJnoon auction club yesterday afternoon
wers Mrs. B. A. Weathers and Mrs.
aJing top scores were Misses Minnie
SSjGamsby and Emily Stotesbury. These
5 Y;j weekly meetings of this two-table
Va club are always looked forward to
with pleasant anticipation. Miss Min
Sfj2iTvi fiamshv .will pntprtain the rluh
ijat its next meeting
SlJl Gr;at reduction in prices on men's
' i 11: t on m T"
Jjone new and ip to date. H. A. Water-
The IOnd to
II Barney Tresis Them
DAVIES, The Tire Man
Phones 438-76. ;
ta 1 a in' t
Arrival and departure of passenger
h'r,. t OHALA UNION STATION.
The following schedule figure pub
lished as information ana not guar
(Eastern Standard .Time)
SEABOARD AIR LINE RAILROAD
How" We Help
This is the way we line it up :
- First Service
Third Battery Sales
44 Service' is, and alway3
will be, our job 365 days in
the year, but we're on the job
anytime to show you a Still
Better Willard Battery with
Threaded Rubber Insulation
" the kind selected by 152
'manufacturers of passenger
cars and motor trucks.
Storage Battery Co.
20 N. Main St.
Visit our store lof Bargains where your Dollar Goes the Farthest
Droc Jivny, West cerncr Ccr.crclal Bank
I man, The Haberdasher.
a! The oyster supper given last eve
ning in the parlors of. the Ocala House
; by the ladies of the Episcopal church
dozen tables or so x and upon each
i vases of poinsettias made a most at at-X
X at-X ti active decoration. The mantles
were also ornamented with a profus profusion
ion profusion of this same bright flower and the
pretty girls and young women of the
city who acted as waitresses woe
corsage bouquets of poinsettias.
The tables were comfortably filled
throughout the evening and a very
if am JacTcsonville-NTork 2:10 am
Jacksonville 1:54 am
:17nm Jacksonville 4:15 pm
2:15 am Manatee- 4:05 pm
:15 am Tampa 2:10 am j
2:15 am Manatee- 4:17 pm
4:05 pm Tampa-St. Petrsbrg 4:17 pm
2:12 pm Jacksonville-NTork 2:48 am
1:45 pm Jksonville-Gainsville 3:35 pm
6:42 am Jksonville-Gnesville 10:13 pm
2:4Sam StJetabrg-Lakeland 2:12 am
R Pot aKrir-TAV eland 1:25 cm
7:10 am Dunnellon-Wilcox We are closing out shirts at great-
7:25 am Dunellon-Lkeland 11:03 pm i v reduced nrices. One of these
3:25pm uomosassa iwupm
tonsnn, Leesbure 6:42 am would make a
4:45 in Gainesville 11:50 ara fnr or bov. H. A,
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