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The Ocala evening star
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Ocala Evening Star
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Evening star
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Porter & Harding
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Began in 1895; ceased in 1943.
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WEATHER FORECAST
TEMPERATURE
Rain and cooler tonight;
Wednesday fair and
cooler.
This morning, 56.
This afternoon, 70.
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jVOL'26
OCALA, FLORIDA. TUESDAY, DECEMBER 7, 1920.
X0. 293
FHESIDEDT WILSQtrS
IQBLE PRIZE FOR
HARDIUO LEFT
AI1IIU1IZID WILL
AGREE WITH ITALY
IMMEDIATE RELIEF
SUCH A MAJORITY
CUTTING DOVi! THE
PRESIDEMTWILSOI
FOR HIS HOME
FOR THE FARE
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EXT COTTON' CHOP

A MESSAGE

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.Probably Unable to Read It Himself,
lie Sent the Document to Con-
:-k grcss by a Messenger

(Associated, Press)
: Washington, D. C, Dec. 7. Presi President
dent President Wilson's recommendations to
Congress in his annual message read
to that body today,, were:
; Revision of the tax laws.
Simplification of the income and
excess profits taxes. ;
, 'Philippine independence.
An Armenian loan.
- Economy in government appropria appropriations
tions appropriations and expenditures.
The creation of a workable budget
system. .'
Cold storage and other laws affect affecting
ing affecting the cost of living.
Federal licensing of corporations.
.Rehabilitation and training of dis disabled
abled disabled soldiers and sailors
vThe president did not refer to the
league of nations except, perhapsj the
Inference in quoting Lincoln's "Let us
have faith that right makes might
and in that faith let us dare to do our
duty as we understand it."
He said: "I have not so much laid
before you a series of recommenda recommendations
tions recommendations as I have sought to utter a con confession
fession confession of faith, or the faith which I
was bred and which it is my solemn
purpose to stand by until my last
fighting day. I believe this to be the
f&ith of America, the faith of the fu future."
ture." future." ..;
-The president sent his message by
a; messenger, adhering to his decision
hot to address Congress. v
I. JOHNS-PARKER
- Mr. J. D. Johns and Miss Gertrude
Parker were joined in wedlock at Le Le-canto
canto Le-canto November 28th. Mrs. Johns is
,a charming young lady of Marion
county and Mr. Johns is an excellent
"farmer of Lecanto'and a man of high
jmality. The bride's traveling suit
was of blue silk. Their many friends
: wish them a long and happy life.
They are away on a honeymoon trip
.and expect to return to their home in
January."
... -i . i n i
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ill JACOB'S SUPERB CANDIES in
'holiday boxes. Prices from 5c. to $25.
; Anti-Monopoly Drug Store, exclusive
fagent. 3-10t
V Abruzzi seed rye, $4 per bushel.
Rust proof seed oats, $1.50 per bushel,
t Ocala Seed Store. .. 22-tf
Chocolate Pralines 40 cents a pound
at Bitting & Co. "" 2-6t
,FOR RENT Three rooms for light
housekeeping. Apply at 34 North
Sanchez St., or phone 238. 7-3t
vl Temple Theatre
fin One Night Only
I Monday, December 13
Let's Get Real Chummy and
Make this One Merry Night
NeuJ York createst n
MUSICAL COMEDY
The Show of Features
.a AND" THOSE
INCOMPARABLE MUSICAL
COMEDY STARS
- ..... ALSO
HARMONY-QUARTET
JEVELED ILLUMINATED
FLIRTATION RUNWAY
Extending 15 Rows in Audience
HIGHEST 5RLr.:-lfcD CHORUS
IN THE WORLD
A feast of frolic and frivolity
with a corking comedy cast.
Permit us tc warn patrons
to seeure seats well in ad
vance and avoid standing in
line at box office. ;
Seats on sale Thursday
. : at Court Pharmacy; -Prices,
$2.C3, $1.50, $1.C3, 75c

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It is Announced from Copenhagen
' that It Will be Conferred on
Him Dec 10

, (Associated Press)
Copenhagen, Dec. 7. The Nobel
peace prize will be conferred on Pres President
ident President Wilson Dec. 10th, it is announc announced
ed announced here.
PUBLIC HEALTH SERVICE
Washington, Dec. 6- The general
hospital of the U. S. public health
service at Lake City, Fia., was ready
to receive some patients Dec. 1st, tho
it will not be operated to its capacity
of 250 for some weeks yet. Patients
will be from the fifth district of the
public health, service, (North and
South Carolina, Georgia, Tennessee
and Florida.
The formal opening of the U. S.
public health service Jhospital No. 62
at Augusta, Ga., took place Saturday,
November 20. Forty patients suffer suffering
ing suffering with mental and nervous diseases
were at once transferred to the hos
pital. Extensive alterations have
been made, and the ultimate capacity
will be 250, drawn from the fifth dis district
trict district of the public health service. v
A clearing station for military pa patients
tients patients of the fifth district of the U. S.
public health service, for soldiers and
patients who are suffering from
mental and nervous diseases, has been
established in the service hospital No.
48 at Atlanta. Patients will be ob observed
served observed at the celaring station and will
then be forwarded to the particular
hospital that seems best suited to
their needs.
AMERICAN BASKET BALL
(Associated Press)
Kansas City, Dec. 7. Next March
7th has been set for the opening of
the basketball tournament of the
Amateur Athletic Union, comprising
teams from, all over the country.
CENTRAL RAILWAY
WOULD REDUCE SHORTAGE
(Associated Press)
Washington, Dec. 7. The Central
Railway of Georgia has applied to the
Interstate Commerce Commission for
permission to issue $60,000,000 in re refunding
funding refunding and mortgage bonds.
SUCCESSFUL RAID ON
KENTUCKY MOONSHINERS
(Assoc feted Press)
Lexington, Ky., Dec. 6 Nine moon
shiners were captured and & number
of others are believed to have been
killed or wounded in a battle between
thirty moonshiners and fourteen Unit United
ed United States revenue officers in the
southern part of Bell county, near
the Tennessee border, according to
reports received here by Chief Prohi Prohibition
bition Prohibition Agent U. G. McFarland. None
of the government officials were in injured,
jured, injured, although more than 1000 shots
were fired. Five stills were destroy destroyed.
ed. destroyed. The government forces were
headed by Prohibition Agents Stev
Cornett and Charles Winfrey. The
prisoners will be taken to Pineville. t
HARD ON HER HUSBANDS
(Associated Press)
St. Louis, Dec. 7. -Mrs. Lillian
Woodlock, aged 36, indicted for the
murder of two husbands, was placed
on trial here today.
MONEY FOR FORESTRY WORK
Washington, Dec. 7 The depart department
ment department of agriculture has asked Con Congress
gress Congress to appropriate one million dol dollars
lars dollars to use in co-operation with the
different states in forestry work.
SOUTH CAROLINA'S
COTTON MILLS BUSY
(Associated Press)
Greenwood, S. C Dec. 7. Five cot cotton
ton cotton mills are now operating on full
time, some with night and day shifts.
SUGAR, 10 & c
Stop, look and listen. Get the U
Serve habit, for its a good one. Camp
bell's Soups 12s.; Campbell's Pork
and Beans 12c; Octagon Soap 7c:
Kingan's Pork and Beans large tins
12c; Box Bacon sliced 55c. 7-2t
ARCADE PRESSING
CLUB REOPENED
Having purchased the outfit of the
Arcade Pressing Club on South Mag Magnolia
nolia Magnolia street, I am now prepared to do
all kinds of work in this line' on short
notice Ladies' work a specialty and
satisfaction guaranteed Eight years
experience. Work called for and de
livered to any part of the city.
6-6t Phone 223. : W. G. Pitt.

He Will, However, Retain His Seat in
the Senate Until Successor
u is Appointed

(Associated Press)
Washington, D. C, Dec1"?. Presi
dent-elect Harding conferred with
members of the House and Senate on
domestic and international affairs and
expected to leave at 4 o'clock for Mar Marion.
ion. Marion. He bid farewell to the Senate but
will retain his seat until the newly
elected republican governor of Ohio
appoints a republican successor.
PRESIDENT OF HAITI
DENOUNCES WAR POLICIES
Port au Prince, Nov. 19. The pres president
ident president of the republic of Haiti, Philip
Dartiguenave, sat for nearly two
hours in the reception room of his
palace the other day and discussed
with American newspaper correspon
dents the troubles and hopes of his
people. Toward the end te became
extremely emphatic and Litter in de denunciation
nunciation denunciation of some of the American
officials with whom,' as president, he
irust deal.
(In that interview the president
said the American civil administra administration
tion administration in Haiti was "more oppressive
than the military," criticized the acts
of the American minister, Bailly Blan Blan-chard,
chard, Blan-chard, and John Mcllhenny, the finan financial
cial financial adviser, and said no serious meas measures
ures measures had been proposed with a view to
placing Haiti's finances on a truly
solid basis). v
tl was an unusual spectacle. The
president was speaking directly for
publication. After each sentence he
hesitated while the palace interpreter
translated from French into English,
and he hesitated again until his
words had been put down. A lieutenant-colonel
of marines, attached to
the army of occupation, now trying to
help Haiti into better paths, sat be beside
side beside him, silent.
The room was as bare as the par
lor of a boarding house in some big
industrial center. A crayon portrait
of the president was the single wall
decoration. Two pieces of furniture
that might serve as hat racks stood
against the wall, and ranged around
a green rug of ordinary worth were
probably a dozen chairs precisely like
those found in the dining rooms of
hundreds of humble American homes.
Ther was nothing to suggest the time
honored idea that a palace of a pres president
ident president is filled with priceless things.
They are making handsome rosewood
fixtures in France for the palace, not
yet completed, but as it stands today
it is bare to a degree.
The suit on the president's back
was in keeping with his living sur
roundings. tl would not cost $20 any
where in the United States. Dart
iguenave is a bachelor, around 55
years of age. eH and his brother,
the secretary of the interior, live
! alone. There is no mistress? of the
palace.
After the interview had drifted
along slowly for upward of an hour,
the marine offiecr, with whom the
president is on most intimate and
friendly terms, broke in to ask if he
might not smoke. Instantly the pres president,
ident, president, gracious and smiling, was on
his feet, and stepping briskly out of
the room, returned quickly with a
box of cigars.. The box contained
what Vice President Marshall has de-
l t
ciarea ne was anxious to : see come
back into fashion good fi cent cigars.
Interviewing a president often is a
hard-boiled proposition, but not so in
Haiti. One incident illustrates Dartig Dartig-upenave's.lack
upenave's.lack Dartig-upenave's.lack of pomp. A reporter,
scratching wildly, called for copy pa
per, and before a fellow worker could
give aid, the president of Haiti .again
was on his feet and fetched the paper
from the cabinet room nearby." You
cant .beat that for presidential hospi hospitality.
tality. hospitality. When the interview ended the presi
dent piloted his visitors through the
palace, which soon will be in shape for
social happenings. There are great
reception halls and promenades and
bath rooms bigger than the place in
TKhich the averaee American sleens.
w r-
The palace was planned as a palace,
but it requires a wide stretch of the
imagination to figure it out as one.
But it suits Dartiguenave, a man of
simple tastes, who says his one
dream is of the day that some time
will come when his people can man
age their own affairs in peace and
contentment.
CANE SYRUP Parties desiring
Florida cane syrup put up in their own
vessels, direct from the kettle, will
please communicate with me at once,
either by mail or phone. L. L. Priest,
Anthony, Fla. 7-3t
Beautiful stationery in the daintiest
tints for the holiday trade. THE SPE
CIALTY SHOP, A. E. GERIG. Steod

Says that the State of War Between
Fiume andtheMain Country
Will Not Proceed

(Associated Press)
Triest, Dec. 7. The state of war
between Fiume and Italy will not pro proceed,
ceed, proceed, d'Annunzio said. Deputies say
they believe an agreement will be
reached.
WONT LEAVE THEIR
TURKISH HUSBANDS
Samsoun, Asia Minor, Nov. 8. En Entente
tente Entente and American officials and relief
workers entrusted with the task of
restoring Armenian girls and women
to their families have found that
many of the girls who in the war
wer forcibly taken into harems and
became the involuntary wives of the
Turks and Arabs preferred to con continue
tinue continue as Turkish wives, and were un unwilling
willing unwilling to leave their husbands.
They feared the hardships of life
among fellow countrymen who knew
of their servitude. Some of the girls
became attached to their foreign hus
bands and said they liked the life
into which they had fallen. Where
the .girls had children the problem
was doubly hard.
The lot of some of the educated
women and girls was much more piti
able than that of those who had en
joyed no advantages. American wom
en relief workers found one case in
central Turkey especially perplexing.
A girl who was graduated from one
of the American mission colleges was
taken captive in the early part of the
war. A prominent Turkish official
whose only wife had recently died
took the Armenian girl into his
home. His mother and children be became
came became much attached to the girl,
whose superior education made her
an important member of the com
munity.
The Turk was very influential and,
through the influence of the young
Armenian, saved Armenian refugees
from, persecution. He proposed to
the girl and she finally married him.
When the relief workers went to the
Turkish home to find whether the
young bride desired to be freed from
her-husband, there was consternation
in the house. The Turk and his
mother and children were devoted to
the girl and begged the Americans
not to force her to leave. The young
wife had one child.
The relief workers talked o the
Armenian wife privately and told her
they would not insist upon her leaving
if she wanted to stay. She told them
she could not leave her child; that the
Turk had been kind to her and she
felt that by remaining in the village
as the wife of its most prominent of official
ficial official she could be of greater assis assistance
tance assistance to Armenians than in any other
way. The Turkish husband and his
family were overjoyed when the
Americans told them they would not
take hte girl away. He promised he
would not take another wife and
gave the Americans rug3 and other
gifts as an expression of apprecia appreciation.
tion. appreciation. SUGAR, 10 V2 c
Stop, look and listen. Get the U U-Serve
Serve U-Serve habit, for its a good one. Camp Campbell's
bell's Campbell's Soups 12 s.; Campbell's Pork
and Beans 12c; Octagon Soap 7c;
Kingan's Pork and Beans large tins
12c; Box Bacon sliced 55c. 7-2t
SEND HIM PACKING
Washington, D. C Dec. 7. Depor
tation proceedings against Ludwig
Martens, the soviet Russian govern
ment representative, were opened to
day before Secretary of Labor Wilson.
Our line of leather handbags is most
attractive. Be sure and see them be before
fore before makine vour selection. TTTK
SPECIALTY SHOP, A. E. Gerig. 3t
Insist upon having Federal Bread,
t's the best. , 23-t
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Make a Christmas Present
OF THIS
NEW
Wellsmore Player Piano

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B. GOLDMAN
"Why Pay More?"

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Expected that the War Finance Com Committee
mittee Committee Will be Revived in
Their Favor

(Associated Press)
Washington, Dec. 7. Immediate
consideration by the Senate of farmer
relief measures is expected. The re report
port report of the agriculture committee
would revive the war finance corpora corporation
tion corporation and direct the Federal Reserve
Board to permit the extension of lib liberal
eral liberal farmer credit.
PACKING INDUSTRY IN DEBATE
The Senate calendar today called
for debate on the bill for federal reg regulation
ulation regulation of the packing industry.. The
House expected to consider immigra immigration
tion immigration matters, a bill being before it to
restrict immigration for two years.
The committees of both branches of
Congress have settled down to work.
K. OF P. OFFICERS
Following are the names of the of officers
ficers officers elected at last night's K. of P.
meeting:
Tom Proctor, C C.
W. W. Rilea, V. C.
W. R. Pedrick, P.
J. C. Hendricks, M. of W.
C. K. Sage, K. of R. and S.
T. D. Lancaster Jr.. M. of F.
R. B. Newman, M. at A.
J. A. Forbes, I. G.
Roy Cam, O. G.
, W. R. Pedrick, trustee.
W. M. Parker, J. H. Dunn and H.
B. Baxter, representatives to the
grand lodge. C. K. Sage, J. W. Akin
and F. E. Wetherbee, alternates.
Cranberries 18 cents a pound, two
pounds for35 cents. W. A, Stroud, tf
Salt and fresh water fish, oysters,
hrimp, etc, at City FISH Market,
9 Ft. King Ave, phone 158. 27-tf
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Antuono. 115
South Albany avenue, are the proud
parents of a healthy eight and a half
pound baby boy, who was born to
them at 9 o'clock Thanksgiving morn morning.
ing. morning. The child has been named for
his grandfather, Val M. i ituono..The
kiddie is Val's first grandchild and he
is dojng his best to bear up under the
honor. Tampa Tribune.
Mrs. Fred Antuono was formerly an J
Ocala girl, Miss Frances Liddon, and
has many friends here.
Cocoa Bonbons, 40 cents a pound at
Bitting & Co. 26t
Come at once to get your bulbs
trumpet and white narcissus, crocus,
hyancinths, tulips ,and muscari. The
Court Pharmacy. Phone 284. 2-6t
NOTICE, KING'S DAUGHTERS
There will be a called meeting of
the King's Daughters tomorow aft
ernoon at 3:30 o'clock at the residence
of Mrs. C. L. Bittinger. All members
are urged to be present as arrange arrangements
ments arrangements will be discussed for the Christ Christmas
mas Christmas offering.
NO RELIEF IN SIGHT
FOR DETROIT BUILDERS
(Associated Press)
Detroit, Dec. 7. The shortage of
skilled workers promises to hold
building costs to about the present
level, speakers at the masons' conven convention
tion convention declared.
ROSS WAS RELEASED
San Antonio, Dec. 7P. M. Ross,
a newspaper man claiming that he
conversed near San Antonio last night
with Clara. Smith, wanted in connec connection
tion connection with the fatal shooting of Jake
L. Hamon, was quizzed by the police
and released. The search for the
woman continues.
Bubble books that sing are a joyous
gift to a child. The latest series at
THE SPECIALTY SHOP, A. E.
GERIG. 3teod

Ninety-Eight Per Cent of the Greek
Vote Said to Have Been Cast
for. Cons tan tine

(Associated Press)
Paris, Dec. 7 Ex-King Constantine
received 98 per cent of the votes cast
in Sunday's plebiscite on his return
to the Greek throne, an Athens dis dispatch
patch dispatch said.
ONE PLACE WHERE.
OLD ORDER EXISTS
Halle, Germany, Nov. 15. The old,
rich, propertied German autocracy
hs held its own through war and rev revolution
olution revolution here as perhaps in no other
part of the new republic' Great
estates and numberless tenants, huge
factories and famous salt mines,
keep thepre-war customs and condi conditions
tions conditions virtually unchanged.
Only the flaming posters of bol bol-shevism
shevism bol-shevism and placards calling "young
communists' 'to metings indicate that
the spirit of unrest is working for
the overthrow of the old order. The
very fact that conditions here are
much the same as they were before
the war apparently has contributed
to the intensity with which the radi radicals
cals radicals have begun their campaign for
" dictatorship of the proletariat."
The shops are filled with -select
foods nd fine clothes, but the prices
re very high, and wages still are low.
The shopkeepers say their trade is
lamost entirely with the rich, old
families,' and the farmers who have
won prosperity through the changes
following the war, the high price of
farm produce and the depreciation of
the mark, which has permitted-many
to py mortgages once considered an
everlasting obligation. Day laborers,
fatcory workers and the tenants have
no money for luxuries and barely
enough to buy necessities.
German communists refer to Halle
s tne MKed Heart of Germany." and
say the issue between the bourgeoisie
and the proletarit is here more clear
ly drawn than even in the more con conservative
servative conservative sections of Prussia. The
local communist organiztaion, is
frankly committed to "ruthlessness"
and is energetically and openly seek seeking
ing seeking recruits against the day the "rev
olution" shall break.
COTTAGE FOR SALE
A well located cottage of five or six
rooms, all modern conveniences, best
part of town; close in. A big bar
gain. Apply to R. R. Carroll, owner,
city. 6-t
"OUR BOY-
Sturdy in .his young manhood,
strong in mind and body, ever ready
to defend the weak against the strong
and to Rattle for right, our boy is the
pride of our hearts. :
Watching him gradually grow from
babyhood noting the development of
mind and the eventual leaving off of
childish ways for more serious
thoughts of life, is it any wonder that
we prize the pictures that mark the
various periods of his life and bring
again to mind many incidents that
would otherwise have been forgotten.
Your baby boy or girl will all too
soon be a grown-up also. Will you
permit the years to go by without re recording
cording recording them through life-lasting
photography?
EUGENE A; REVELS,
High Grade Portraits,
14 N. Magnolia St., Ocala, Fla. It
SUGAR,10c
Stop, look and listen. Get the U-
Serve habit, for its a good one. Camp
bell's Soups 12s.; Campbell's Pork
and Beans 12&c; Octagon Soap 7c;
Kingan's Pork and Beans large tins
12c; Box Bacon sliced 55c 7-2t
J. C. SMITH'S SHOP
Mr. J. C. Smith, the jeweler, has
one of the most attractive Christmas
show windows in the city. Those lover loverly
ly loverly mesh bags have been extremely ad admired
mired admired by the ladies. They are as
classy as any bags ever carried in
Ocala. Mr. Smith has an unusually
large display of ladies' watches, van vanities
ities vanities and dorines and those silver belt
buckles for gentlemen would make a
most acceptable Christmas gift. There
are numerous other articles that are
most appropriate for Christmas -presents.
Dr. Charles Watson Moremen,
Dental Surgeon
Commercial Bank Building, Ocala,
Fla, Office phone 211; residence
phone 298. 7 7-tf
WOODMEN OF" THE WORLD
Fort King Camp -No. 14 meets at
1L of P. hall at 7:30 prm. every sec
ond and fourth Friday. Visiting "soy
reigns are always welcome.

Measures for Reducing the Acreage

for Next Year are Under
Discussion
(Associated Press)
Memphis, Dec. 7. Measures for re-
aucing the cotton acreage 50 per cent
and; increasintr food crops and live
stock raising 50 per cent are being
considered at the conference here of
banking, commercial and farming in interests!
terests! interests!
HEALTH CONDITIONS
IN THE NAVY
Washington, Dec. 7. Despite the
influx of recruits, health conditions in
the navy during the last year were
good, Surgeon General Braisted said
in his annual report made public yes-
rday. Influenza was the only com
municable disease which was unduly
great, Admiral Braisted said, adding
that the number of sick leaves on this
account were not over large when
taken in consideratioin with the re replacement
placement replacement of the duration-of-the-war
enlistments.
The death rate of the navy, the re
port showed, was 5.90 per 1000 in the
last year while for the year 1918, with
the thousands of wartime enlistments,
the death rate reached 18.47 per 1000.
If.pneumonia could have been elimi-
nated, the report said, the death rate
last year would have been only 1.84
jer thousand.
The naval medical corps like other
branches of the service has suffered
fiom the competition with private
business and, the surgeon general
said, has not been able to counteract
: t.
icotuuii aituiL military pur pursuits"
suits" pursuits" in keeping its rolls' filled. The
year ended with 762 regular medical
and reserve officers, 193 officers hold holding
ing holding temporary appointments and 79
former pharmacists commissioned as
temporary assistant surgeons. As
the authorized strength is 1225, the
existing vacancies number 570.
The dental corps likewise suffered
losses from its ranks, membejrs of the
corps bping unwilling to refuse allur alluring
ing alluring prospects of greater remunera remuneration
tion remuneration in private life. As a result, '4he
corps finished the year'' with only two two-thirds
thirds two-thirds of its authorized strength.
A shortage of specialists in the
navy has caused the establishment of
a special series of studies which the
officers are enabled to attend. The
surgeon general, however, saw no im immediate
mediate immediate hope of bringing the staff of
specialists to the point he believed the
navy required because of constant
resignations. He urged, therefore,
that action be taken to make the pro professional
fessional professional wor.kof the service' more
attractive.
AID FOR SMALL STATES
Geneva, Dec 7. -Plans for co cooperation
operation cooperation on technical organizations
of the league of nations by represen representatives
tatives representatives of Armenia and former Rus Russian
sian Russian states though those states may
not be admitted to full membership in
the league were discussed today by
the assembly.
FOR S,ALE Two commercial Dodge
atuomobiles. Experss bodies. Apply
to E. C. Jordan & Co., Ocala. 7-3t
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Oeala Evening Slor
PablUkctf Every Our E-.et inmimr -r
STAR PUBLISHING COMPANY,
OCALA, FLORIDA.

better off. Business men, or perhaps

we had better say commercial men, L

c, bankers and merchants, farmers,!

and industrial workers, transporta

tion men, all citizens, in fact, except;

agitators and politicians who profit keep business on the trade The bill

by agitation, want Mr. Harding's ad- is not necessary as a measure to reg-j

.:..:4-Mtisvrk Vn cntvof'of ill If Via I iii!f"o tint nnlfino' Jnliiafri'' hMHtnco

- a I lllllILI .a ...UK a lava UC V. V.V.I 1.11 U a a a, 111. I afa uu.aa.aa. VI V UtJVl a J V-Va UklV.

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i-aal-A. kliilAa an1 mirAhTAs iVin H ho T.Q If 1 Ti O 1T1111Ci M? 1C QlrflOnTT enK.

" j. ii. Bcajaaite- B4i (country in difficulties he will please ject to governmental regulation clear

ports to be a bill to regulate the pack

ing industry, but it actually does

nothing other than set up another j
bureaucracy a commission of gov governmental
ernmental governmental appointees with power to

....-l.4..A.Ji""7TT

1 Entered at OcaLa,
econd-class matter.

" Z spiteful politicians, but he will at the beyond that exercised over most in-
Fla.. postofflce a I -Jncf .... TVfl i .-cr k,-

BaatacM Offle .-Wv-0

E4ltrtal Department Twt-hwi

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same time drive many an enterprise dustries. The packing industry, by

".to the wall and take the bread out of the way, has been worth a good deal

millions of children's mouths.

A ROUGH RIDER

MEMBER- ASSOCIATED PRESS OM Thnrnp of the Kissimmee Val-

mha Associated Press la exclusively J
entitled for tha use for republication of iey Gazette doesn't seem to think

all news dlspatcnes creauea to u -ori
not otherwise credUed In this paper aad rnuc of the sleeper service" on

mimv a v a. m f i 1 f-a, kAnnk rT Tnfl

All rights Ol repuuiicaiion ui ayc.a.j i ilia... u.auui "v
4soatches herein are also reserved. He savs:

'Of course, if you

to this part of Florida, and it's the

Star's opinion that government inter interference
ference interference with it has taken a good deal
of money out of the pockets of our

own people.

SHOPPING MINT:

rem

mmmrmAS gift;

mat

Savs the Times-Union: "Mrs. War-

ine ten G. Hardiner, wife of the Dresident-

AtlantiC CoastLwt. i w-11 Irnrtwri in st... has

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many friends in this state. Her maid-

7 31 $

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ADVERTISING RATES

awa rAin n T fi I -. tt I

nnUD.Tin nnraipnni nanpn: l vu. cuurse, -x jrwu en name was Florence Kliner. tier

JLFWSKW a - 1 . a, I

..a m nrivona it. OA Jacksonville from Kissimmee ior xne fy,a- xinn mM h o .nrmpr

2S "SSfthif to1 Idnc;:::::: i.SS first time by train youH take a sleep- capitalist of Marion 0., for many

One month. In advance er. 'And thus endeth the evemng years maintained a fine winter resi-

lesson,' as we E-pis-co-lo-pi-ans de- dence on Magnolia avenue in Daytona,

I f'r vr.nl 1 never do it arain 1 l,i,,-: i i xr

Dlsalari Plate 15 cents pr incn mr v.v. ... v .ujixniig mc iwiiusumc numc

consecutive insertions. .mu ir- hired a lower shelf m one ot tnose George N, Chamberlain, and during

iion charges on ads. that run less than Pullmans th' other night and they that time the president-elect.and Mrs.
.ItVonlo VrentPatddluSaL BRtw pull-a-man for all he's worth-and Harding spent many winters there.
Eased on 4-lnch minimum. Lm tn3 then a little. I was located immediate- Mj Klinff diej alout seven years ag0

which will be furnisned upon pplic-' ly north of the trucks. I am certain but ne and his family. are pleasantly

tion.
He

first Insertion; 3 cents per

THERE'S NO USE IN WAITING 'till a few days before Christmas
to make your selections of presents. In fact those who do their
shopping early have a big advantage over the late shoppers, as there
are many items to be had which will be impossible to secure later,
after the wise ones have picked out the most desirable articles. Read

over the suggestions below, and let us insist upon early shopping.

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jt w-.-aaa.. G itu tvt una ror rewemueieu uv uajiuiio icsmciua

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une.ior ewu tBree niCKS m anomer nau uve imui-a-H visitors .!

subsequent Insertion. ..yM4ii . rnnpr1v timp(1 t ha(i

weak allowea on reaaers whuuui -r ---- -

composition charges.
Legal advertisements

u legal rates.

Last year. 3808 American

lost their lives in auto accidents.
The official recount of the people

Gainesville gives that city 6860 pop

ulation.

eight jounces every time tn durnea Need of the adoption of an interna-

things turned around, lhe third tional language for the furtherance
1 1 Laval a... IT'l.U'ti A Vll rtlll -111 A V A I a 1 1 .. I

.o,. I vs ncci imui.uu.icu u.un-ouv, i oi international communication nas

" I flat rt onuroo tlinf Ii i a. j .1

ws Tuuiiuig -.. vj. v.vav.v v. iueen pomtea out in a petition to tne

should have been sufficiently diversi-by te Northern Peace Union of

of fied to have made a regular poem by Stockholm. The union has had an in-

I itself and yet somenow tne jmgie quiry made into the question which

didnt jmg worth a cent. laiK aDout leSulted in a great majority of neu neu-smooth
smooth neu-smooth runs! Yea, bo! That's all one hrai philologists, business men and

the can do talk about 'em! The engineer men interested in international work

doubtless remembered something

Some of the worst tragedies m the evkJently j was on boardand
world are going on behind the walls nhtlesa remembered something I'd

of seemingly quiet and happy homes

ines resulting from the alleged poi

a -n n nl 1 1 aV. flvaYM A

oning oi i. v. onePiu. 7 dash, jerk an'
-peach king." is another proof of how l ft wag

r.ti-b trnuble neacnes ma.e i

a a-a a
world.

recommending English as a world

language. The union therefore re

quests the king to take steps for the
ntroduction of English as the funda

mental foreign language to be taught

staid about him in th' dim past. If

The phases oi tne enminu p -- kave done in the line of clap-up, jab,

slap-bang, cr-r-rash, bing-bang, ri-i-p, m an staff -aided schools.

everything, and failed

merely an oversight Thirteen countries have accepted

upon his part and not intentionally the invitation of the Chilean govern-

forgotten. There were six miles of ment to send representatives to par par-the
the par-the journey when we ran along fairly ticipate in the festivities early in De De-smoothly
smoothly De-smoothly then we were back on the cember commemorating the 400th an-

rails again, and that man at the throt-1 niversary of the discovery of the

tlewas working overtime to make up strait of Magellan.' Joseph H. Shea,

for some of the rough times we miss-1 United States ambassador to Chile,

ed when we were off the track. HeTty-ll represent the American govern-

seemed to have an insane desire to I ment. with the rank of special ambas-

b,.t. AallnnaaD ml fna hAffnm ftf TV. V I oo Ar- 1-n nAAH-Xn-n V. TTnUnJ C---

a, v r vwuovj v. viv, www... "j moauv. xii auuiuuu kite uiu.cu Obaics
Fower coDners will now nna tneir ,

way into children s banks.. Ihey win hirsute dec0rations off the toj?of my der command of Rear Admiral Bryan,

le neeaea w pay - Wlg a second later.' Any man convict-1 will form part of the naval pageant.

Times-Union. v led of highway combobbery could serve

It would nave Deen u Bu- cut his 8entence in one irip by wear- The card of thanks which so manv

The Ocala Star speaks of "loons'

f.a lakes about Ocala.

CBUU(i a. 1
T o rtWe for A "lOOn tO

an v.. r :
rest? Clearwater Sun.

M.f if anmft hunter who doesnt

know what it is comes along.

WHITE IVORY GOODS
Toilet Sets, and Manicure Sets,
Combs, Brushes, Mirrors, Trays
and many other accessories for
the ladies' toilet.
EVERSHARP PENCILS
Gold and Silver$l Upwards
TEMP0INT FOUNTAIN PENS, G01D
AND SILVER TRIMMED.
Also in Sterling Silver. $2.50 Up.

PERFUHMY
Rigaud's Imported, Houbigaut's
Imported, Coty's Imported, Palm Palmer,
er, Palmer, and Hudnut's Domestic. Im Imported
ported Imported Perfume SetsMary Gar Garden,
den, Garden, Floramye, Lady Mary, Azu Azu-rea,
rea, Azu-rea, Djerkis, and Mavis.

crease fares a year ago. it's an wrong
to increase them now.

ing a sleeper from this city to Jack- people seem to think absolutely nec-

sonville and there he'd be freed from cssary, is slowly but surely going into
till 1 . ,J T I. 1 1 an

nis snacKies. i n sav ne coma. 1 maii-iinnnninns npsnpr.nnp. a tp low in

The former Chancellor nermwiu ftiyAj Kn thorouchlv exhausted nparhv sfnfp mnc mP in a .1

Mueller,-comparing wiineim that I fell asleep at Doctors Inlet thanking his patrons for attending a

Frederick the Great in the reicnstag ftnd w up an(J dressed when wefpublic sale. Orlando Reporter-Star.

recently asked: "uo you win. reached Orange Park, twelve miles A card of thanks is the very natural

erick the Great would nave utfcW further on. I sure had a rattling good expression of gratitude of saddened

ar.d fled to Holland? wuum time. If I ever get real peeved at and sorehearted people to those who

died for his country in wie "" any man or woman in Kissimmee and have been kind to them in trouble.

troops." lean locate him or her about to start IThe Star prints a good many and al-

for Jacksonville in a day coach I'mlwavs handles them with nartiwilar

David Lawrence, tne to going to buy a sleeper shelf ticket care.

NORRIS CANDIES
Assorted Nuts, Crystalized
Fruits, Sugared Pecans,
Chocolate Cream Bra Brazil
zil Brazil Nuts, Bon-Bon
Nuts, etc., etc
IN 1, 2, AND 5-POUND PACKAGES

THERMOS BOTTLES

CARAFFES, WITH STAND,

FERR0STAT VACUUM BOTTLES,

Made ol Steel and are Unbreakable.

LOG CABIN PECAN ROLLS
"Made in Florida' of Genuine
Florida Cane Sugar and Florida
Paper-shell Pecans.

"CRANE'S FANCY BOX
STATIONERY
and Berlin Jones Fancy Box
Stationery, in all colors and
the latest shapes. Correspon Correspondence
dence Correspondence cards, with Envelopes
in Fancy Boxes.

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AUTO STROP RAZORS,
GULLET'S SAFETY RAZORS,
DURHAM-DUPLEX RAZORS,
Tivinplex Strop for Sharpenino
Gillett Blades.

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THE DRUG STORE ON THE SQUARE

might say noted writer u ne coum an(j ma-e a present merely to get
make out what he is noted for, says on the round-np. Yassum. As
that the government won't aid mous- a remedy for pellagra, toothache, in-

try; the situation is to complex, ne flammation of the knee-joints, stiff stiff-think
think stiff-think the average industry would be neckt gi-ing palsy, ingrowing warts,
well pleased if the government would a jppy disposition I'll vouch for

let it alone. the Pullman on this run and I just

I know that a trin woul d iar everv freck

European headquarters of the In- 0gf the handsomest freckled blonde
ternational Committee of the Young that ever wore earmuffs. I thank

a. a V .Z

Men's Christian Association are Deing you n

moved to Geneva in order to oe in

closer touch with the many interna- Tjje burgomeister of Doom has set

tional organizations centerea inerejan example for the village by having! And it's time you were beginning to

and also because the communication as iittie as possible to do with the hmk of the presents you intend giv-

facilities with the various centers of former German emperor, Wiliam. Un- ng on ttat Jyous occasion-

work are better. I like Am erongen, where both the bur-

gomeister and town secretary were

Britain is so optimistic these days; Lte proud to be guests at William's

she has announced she is going to m- table, the village authorities at Doom
tern all of the Sinn Fein chiefs. How have ken the attitude that it would
she is.goin gto get hold ofthe ones better for all concerned if they did
that are over here is kept secret. not visit the. House of Doom. The
Tampa Tribune. same can also be said now of the
Those over here are not leaders, budgomeister of Wierengen and the
They are coffee coolers, and hard- former Crown Prince Frederick. The
working Irish men and women have former burgomeister there, J. Pere Pere-to
to Pere-to pay for the coffee. boom, was an intimate friend of Fred-
- erick. but his successor. Herr Slot, is

"No girl is going to jazz herself I s&il to consider the crown v prince's
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n:to neaven," saia fwv vur -um.wnai ox a Qur line of Jewel consists of eve-
Hampstead Garden suburg, the Kev. nmsaiiCe. v rything from a small inexpensive
B. B. Bourchier, in denouncing what gtick pjn to a Gold Watch or a Dia-
t,. --.nai 4.1. nri0cnrP9r, snirit of fri- fhit nf thA war hnvA rnmp Ruvprnl mond Rinsr. Many new novelties to

W VttllCU Ul. V4vv( -a a I a. . w
vt,Htv. "I am no kill-ioy.w he says, definite lessons: one of them is that a elect from you caU early.

"but a giddy and flippant people can bureaucratic form of government is j F fhnrJ0Q Imith
never carry the burden of England's unsatisfactory and wholly distasteful.! VflCllICO kJilltlil

empire. National frivolity can only The people do not want to be The Jeweler & Watchmaker

18k Uc in national CUUapa-:. tumuiiuiuna mwae jwwci iica i
, II. I tt.. 4-lv 1 A -.ava.

.. aaj 4a m. ta OCALA, r LUKIUA

ine DOaV OI janiain Arw-- iin aemonsiran-u iiliicss. xiiere uave

he could

READ THE AD5

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Our Specialty Is

Rebuilding
(Did Shoes

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Automobile Storage

GARAGE ALWAYS OPEN DAY AND NIGHT

YOU SAVE MONEY

Cn your shoe bills by having us re

build your old shoes. Our charges are

moderate, and we guarantee satisfaction.

MAZ0N & CO.
Between Ten Cent Store and Geriga
Drug Store.

mi

Kellv of Richmond. Va.. member oi been too many commissions for the

the Kosciusko air squadron, who was good 0f the country and about the Let us show you our Christmas can can-killerl
killerl can-killerl in fll Af his machine, has on1v immij5sion worth v of aoDroval dies. We have just received 600

been re-buried at Lemberg. The cas- tcday would be one to abolish other pounds which we are selling at half

l-cf n,.. 4.a.1 4V aMVo hMldi .a..!..!... PnuonAM-n knttrovvtr I nTlPP. direct I ID 111 ttlQ XaCtOrV. Dll-

ai. rrii.a lhxpii I I 1 1 r I liik a a v a M.aa.a ii iiiiiiii inaiuiia. m vai irauv.1 Uv v uunticiiir"!

C. Cecil Bryantj
Acconnling and Auditing

PHONE 332

Apalachicola

Cook's Market

"a little stream near Rovno and dies hard. Senate bill No. 3944 pur-ltmg & Co

taken to Lemberg draped in an Am American
erican American flag by Polish Uhlans. Ameri

can Red Cross workers and members

of the American Legion took part in

the funeral services.

2-6t243, North Main street.

oysters every day.
and Grocery, phone

17-tf

MURPHY MOTOR COMPANY
Ocala, Florida

BUY CHRISTMAS SEALS ONE

CENT EACH, $1 PER HUNDRED

Every one you
buy helps to
fight tubercu tuberculosis.
losis. tuberculosis. One mil mil-lion
lion mil-lion persons
are afflicted
with a c ti v e
tub erculosis.

H-yvLTMY hiW YtAJi mere 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.

Geo. Il

acKayS Co. 1

Funeral Directors
and Embalmers
Two Licensed Embalmers
Motor Funeral Cars
Private Morgue and Chapel
Day Phone 47
Night Phones 305 and 431
C. V. Roberta, Manager

Iced Maple Goodies 45 cents a pound
at Bitting & Co. 2-t

PYLES a PEHEINS
Funeral Directors & Enisrs
PARLORS OPPOSITE POSTOFFICS
Two Hearses. Grey Hearse for T7I.lt
People Only.
Phones, 555 and 225. Open All Nlhi.
OCALA. FLORIDA

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Dim vision, arising frcxa

a numDer ox causes, gen generally
erally generally yields immediate j

b.sce to the influence cf tkii tkii-.wev
.wev tkii-.wev fully fitted glasats.

dr. k. j. YEinr;
Optometrist and Optician
Eyesfzht Speclszirt

Occasionally we see in a democratic

paper a prophecy of how badly Hard- ill

ing will act. how he will split his own g

.... j W.a iuc UCium.l7aVI9 Will UalE
to do will be to sit back and watch
him and Congress make blunders.
Whenever the president or Congress
or both make blunders, the entire
country suffers. Eight years ago we
should have considered unpatriotic and
spiteful any republican who expressed
a wish that Woodrow Wilson's admin administration
istration administration would be a failure, and we
are perfectly willing to dpt.- as i we

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To open our
Two. Weeks

Sale, beginning Thursday, Dec Sib, we will sell regular $3
and $5 values QUALITY BRAND ALUMINUM WARE, guar

anteed for Twenty Years; at Little More than ractory Cost.
One Day Only for Alamtouin.Ware--December 9Ih, 1920

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(Associated Press)
New York. Dec- 7. Twenty-nine

women were elected to state legisla

tures in the recent election, this num

ber being equal to approximately half

the total for all the preceding years,
according to a list compiled by the

National Woman Suffrage Associa

tion.

Connecticut leads the nation with

five women representatives and most
cf the other gains were made in the

east.

The list of women legislators by

states follows:

California: Mrs. Anna L. Saylor,

Mrs. Elizabeth Hughes, Miss Esto B.
Eroughton.

Connecticut: Mrs. Emily Brown,

Mrs. Lillian M. Frink, Mrs. Mary W.

Kooker, Mrs. W. A. Jewett, Rec.
Grace I. Edwards.

Idaho: Mrs. Bertha V. Irwin.
Indiana: Mrs. Julia Nelson.
New Jersey: Mrs. Margaret B.

Laird, Mrs. Jennie C. Van Ness.

Kansas: Mrs. Minnie L. Grinstead,

Miss Nellie Cline, Mrs. M. I. Minnich,
Mrs. Ida M. Walker.

Michigan: Eva Hamilton.
Montana: Mrs. Margaret S. Hatha

way.

Nevada: Miss Ruth Averill.
New -Hampshire: Mrs. Mary Rolfe

Farnham, Miss Jessie Doe.

'New York: Marguerite L. Smith.
Oklahoma: Mrs. Lamar Looney,

Mrs. Bessie McColgin.

Oregon: Mrs. W. S. Kinney. -Utah:'Mrs.
Clesson S. Kinney, Mrs.

May B. Davis, Mrs. Cleo Clegg.

Vermont: Edna L. Beard.

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Ocala Aeto audi (Bairagfe Connmpaey
Successors to Gates Garage
We sell Philadelphia Diamond Grid Batteries
Chandler and Cleveland Automobiles
Look at our Used Cars. All areBargains ana Guaranteed as represented.
Tires, Tubes, Accessories and Storage
l Cars Washed $1.00 Cars Polished $1.00

Pi

First It is sold at a mod

erate price. You save when
you buy it.
Sccotid: It has more than the
ordinary leavening strength,
therefore, you use less.
Third: There are no fail failuresit
uresit failuresit always makes the

I sweetest, most palatable of

Fourth: It 13 used by mil millions
lions millions of housewives leading
domestic science teachers

and cooking experts.

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Fifth: It is the best Baking
Powder that can be produced, Was
given highest awards at Workfa
Pure Food Exposition, Chicasoaris
Exposition, Paris, France.
Sixth It contains only such
ingredients as have been officially
approved by the United States Food
Authorities.
The finest quality Baking
Powder at the most economical
cost. The Biggest Bargain That
Goes into the Kitchen Today."
Mix plain flour with pure baking
powder instead of using uncertain
mixtures. Then you will know your
- bakings are pure and wholesome. Plain
flour cannot be adulterated.

Calumet
Nut CooLia
Recipe
cup butter,
Vz cup sugar, 2
eggs, Vi cap
flour, 1 level tea teaspoon
spoon teaspoon Calumet
Baking Powder,
M cup chopped
nuts, 1 teaspoon
lemon juice.
Then mix in tha
regular wsy.

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CIRCUS COMING
OCALA

TUESDAY, DEC. 14

: ; NEEBMAM MOTOR CO.
2 General Repairing,
J r Storage, Gasoline, Oils and Grease. :
t We use genuine Ford Parts. Cars washed, $1.00
I AGENTS FOR

SCRIPPS-BOOTH SIX :
Used Cars for Sale 2

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WOMEN IN THE

STATE LEGISLATURES

THANKS TO THE CLUB

Mrs. H. C. Dozier. President of the

Ocala Womants Club.
Dear Mrs. Dozier: On behalf of the

Marion County Medical Society, I wish
to thank the Woman's Club for "the
i'se of the club house in which we were
able to hold our clinic on tuberculosis.

We apreciate very much the use of

the club house, without charge.

Marion County Medical Society,

J. Harry Walters, Sec'y.

From the Tuberculosis Association

Mrs. H. C. Dozier. President Ocala

Woman's Club.

My dear Mrs. Dozier: I shall be

very grateful if you will extend to

the members of your club our appre appreciation
ciation appreciation of their kindness in giving us

the use of their beautiful club house

last Friday.

We had a very successful clinic, and

a great ileal of this success was due

to the fact that the examiner had a

convenient and comfortable place to

work in.

With best wishes for the continued

usefulnes sof your club.

Ada M. Whyte,

State Field Nurse, Florida Tubercu

losis Association.
Jacksonville, November 15th.

by the following named officers: Presi President
dent President and treasurer, George MacKay.
ice-president, Robert A. D. MacKay;
secretary, -Alfred MacKay; and George
MacKay. Robert A. D. MacKay, Alfred
MacKay -and John H. Taylor, directors.
ARTICLE VL
Indebted es
The Wghest amount of Indebtedness
or liability to which this corporation
can at any time s abject itself is Two
Hundred and Fifty Thousand Dollars,
1250.000).

AKTICJLJS VIL
Snbaeribers.
The names and residence of the sub

scribers and the. amount of the capital
stock subscribed for toy each are as
follows: Number

Name Residence of Shares

George MacKay, Ocala, Fla 500

Robert A. D. MacKay, Ocala. Fla... 10
Alfred MacKay, Ocala, Fla. 10

jonn u. Taylor, Oca.la. Fla... &

STATK OF FLORIDA,
COUNTY OF MARION.

On this day "personally came before

me George MacKay, Robert A. D. Mac MacKay.
Kay. MacKay. Alfred OrfacKay and John li Tay

lor, to me well Known, to ne the persons
who subscribed their names to the
foregoing nrooosed -charter of the

GEORGE MacKAY & COMPANY, and

eacn acKnowieagea to me that he sign

ed ims name tnereto tor tne uses ana
purposes therein set forth and express

ed.

My commission eznires on the 12th

day of March. A. D. 192L

Witness .my nana and official seal at

Ocala. Florida, this the 22nd day of
November, A. D. 1S20.

(Seal) D. NIEL. FERGUSON.

11-23-tues Notary Public.

UNCLASSIFIED
ADVERTISEMENTS

WANTED, LOST, FOUND, FOR

SALE, FOR RENT AND SIM SIMILAR
ILAR SIMILAR LOCAL NEEDS

Rates: Six lines, maximum, one time,
25c; three times, 50c; six times, 75c;

one month, $3. Payable in advance.

DRESSMAKING For first class

dressmaking, evening gowns a spe specialty
cialty specialty and all kinds of intricate
work, phone Miss Perry, at Florida
House. 3-6t

FOR REN T Furnished apartment

Apply to 603 E. Second St. 30-tf

WANTED To superintend a farm,

or rent a forty-acre farm; or would
consider a share crop. I. W. Wine Wine-gard,
gard, Wine-gard, 22 Gertrude street, Orlando,
Fla. 30-6t

FOR SALE Six room house with

bath, large lot, $1000. See John R.
Rogers, owner, 120 S. Magnolia St.,
Ocala. 3-6t

FOR SALE Abruzzi Rye seed, $3.50

ver bushel. Anthony Farms, An

thony, Fla. l-6tdly

IABBAGE PLANTS Protected from

frost by overhead irrigation. Char

leston 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

NOTICE OP INTENTION TO APPLY
FOR LETTERS PATENT

tVHnttk wovaiS

9100,000 GAOU or TRAINED CttTMAT s

Willi Be Located on the

HUNTER PARK

Notice is hereby given that on the
23rd day of December, A. D. 1920, the
undersigned will amlv to th Rmr.

nor of the State of Florida, at Talla-

nassee, uioriaa, ror leters .patent. In Incorporating
corporating Incorporating GEORGE MacKAY & COM COMPANY
PANY COMPANY under the following proposed
charter.
GEORGE MacKAY.
ROBERT A. D. MacKAY.
AJLFRED MacKAY.
JOHN H. TAYLOR.
Proposed Charter of George MacKay A
Company
The undersigned, desiring to gprocure
letters -patent under the laws of Flor Florida,
ida, Florida, applicable to corporations for pro profit,
fit, profit, do hereby associate ourselves to together
gether together for such purpose and hereby
make .and publish this as the (proposed
articles of incorporation and charter
for said corporation.
ARTICLE L
Name and Place of Business
The name of this corporation shall
be GEORGE MacKAY & COMPANY,
and its principal place of business shall
be Ocala, Marion county, Florida, tout
it may establish and maintain (branch
offices or places of business at such
place or places as its tooard of directors
may determine.
ARTICLE IL
Bastaessea
The general nature of the 'business
or businesses to toe conducted -by this
corporation is:
(a). To conduct a (general mercantile
business, dealing in all kinds of mer merchandise;
chandise; merchandise; Ob). To conduct a general -undertaking
business;
(c) To deal an all kinds of building
supplies and materials, and to (manu (manufacture
facture (manufacture all kinds of .building materials;
(d) To deal in all kinds of aerlcul-

tural implements;

ie. io buy, own and sell automo automobiles,
biles, automobiles, trucks, motor driven vehicles of

every description, tires, accessories and
parts;

(f). To consrtuct bulldlners and

structural work of every kind;
(g). To own, buy, sell and deal In
all kinds of reai and personal property;
stock in other corporations; patents,
copyrights and trademarks; and to pur purchase
chase purchase and retire stock in thl3 corpora-

iiun;

(h). To borrow and lend monev.

taking and giving notes or other obli

gations, bonds or deeds of trust or
other security that may be required or

uemanaea;

U), To contract or be contracted
with for the purpose of carrylnsr out

any and all of the legitimate purposes
for which this corporation is created,
and whatever is, necessary to enhance
the value of the comoration's Troiertv:

and.

(j). Generally, to do any and all

things necessary and legal to carry on

tne 'ousinesses or tms corporation.

ARTICLE IIL
Capital Stock;

The amount of canital stock autho

rized is Two Hundred and Fifty Thou

sand Dollars (1250,000), which shall toe

divided into Twenty-five Hundred

(2500) shares, of the par value of One
Hundred Dollars ($100) each, which
said capital stock, or any portion there thereof,
of, thereof, may be paid 4n cash, or by convey conveyance
ance conveyance to the corporation of real and per personal
sonal personal property, or toy services render

ed the corporation, at a fair valuation

therefor to be fixed toy the board of

airectors.
ARTICLE IV.
Term

The term for which this corporation

a iu ensi is ninety-nine years.
ARTICLE V.

The .business of the corporation shall
be conducted Jjy a president, a vice vice-president,
president, vice-president, a secretary and a treasurer,
any two of which offices may be held

by one and the same person, except the
offices of president and vice-president,
and, ty a board of directors, consisting
of not less than three nor more than
seven members. The officers will toe
elected at the annual meetings of the
corporation to i& held on the fourth
Tuesday in December of each year. Un Until
til Until the officers elected at the first an-

WOOD FOR SALE ?1 and $2 loads

of oak and pine wood. Phone 322,
residence. E. Bomolini. 18-18t

PIANO FOR SALEA special bar

gain for quick sale. See it at my
residence, 1109 E. 5th St. or phone
185 G. J. E. Frampton. 30-6t

WANTED A good fanner to farm

on shares. Also would like to plant
ten, fifteen or twenty acres of oats
on shares. I have good land neaz
town. W. D. Carn. 15-tf

LAKE WEIR Two completely fur

nished cottages for "sale at Wood Wood-mar,
mar, Wood-mar, Eastlake; running' water, bath
room, toilet, acetylene gas, two bed bedrooms
rooms bedrooms in each house. For prices and
particulars, apply to D. S. Wood Wood-row,
row, Wood-row, Box 581, Ocala, Fla. 29-tf

FOR SALE One team of mules, log

cart and harness; will be sold cheap
for cash; all equipped for hauling.
Address T. S. Mathews, Orange
Lake, Fla. 29-6t

'HERO-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 Wood yard,
phone 167. 26-lm

FOR SALE High grade, slightly

used piano at a bargain. Will ar arrange
range arrange terms to responsible party.
Address C. V. Fuller, care the
Ctar. 4-t

FOR SALE A six-room cottage,

modern conveniences, on S. Third
street. Cheap and terms if desired.
Communicate with owner, box 609,
city. 6-6t

WATCH LOST Closed case, with

fob and cross attached. Lost Sunday
afternoon between Magnolia and
Lime streets. Please notify W. H.
Duebel. 6-3t

LOST Crank for Hudson car, be

tween Reddick and Ocala postofike.

Suitable reward if left at the Star

office. 6-3t

Today is the Day to

Ell R3 E.Y

Tomorrow Never Comes.

One of the Best SAVING HABITS is

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Your saving here is around 10 per cent, and in a great
many cases, more.
The reason that we cart sell for less, is due to the
fact that we sell for cash.
Stores doing a charge and delivering business are
bound to ask more for their goods. This is done to
cover delivery charges, over-head expense and losses on
bad accounts.
If you pay cash, spend it where YOUR DOLLAR
WILL DO YOU THE MOST GOOD.

Below is a List of A Few of:Qur Price

OCTAGON
SOAP....;...
Rub-No-More
Soap

7c
7 c

Clarett n
Soap OC
10 cent Tin SHINOLA

Shoe Polish, Tan, Black
and White

8c

10c. Spices, Ground Cinna Cinnamon.
mon. Cinnamon. Cloves. Ground Nut

meg, Allspices, Red Pepper,

Black Pepper and
White Pepper. .

Premium Coffee,
one pound ....
Arbuckles
Coffee
Maxwell House
Coffee, pound....
Our Own Coffee,
pound........
Bulk Roasted
Coffee per pound.
Quarter lb. tins Tet Tet-ley's
ley's Tet-ley's Mixed Tea..

8 c

26c
30c
42c
45 c
25c
22 c

Half pound tins Tet- A)
ley's Mixed Tear

10c. packages
Tetley's Tea.....".

5c. packages
Tetley's Tea
P. & G.
SOAP..

8c
4c
7'2C

SANTA CLAUS
SOAP.
Lighthouse
Washing Powder.
Fancy Evaporated
Apples, 15 oz pkgs
4
New Crop Fancy
Prunes, 80s-90s, lb
New Crop Fancy
Prunes, 50s-60s, lb
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
Kingan's Sliced
Breakfast Bacon
CLOVERBLOOM ;
BUTTER, lb.....
Full Cream
Cheese, lb....
No. 2 tins Best
pack Tomatoes w
No. 2 tins White
Label Corn. .
10c. pkgs. National
. Biscuit Cakes..
20c. pkgs. National
Biscuit Cakes..

6c
4'2C
24c
19c
22c
28c
5c
17c
31c
55c
65 c
35c
10c
4m4j2 C
8c
16c

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FOR SALE Heavy white iron bed

stead and spring, dresser and heat

er. Phone332 or call at 805 Tus-

cawilla for further information.. 3t

WANTED Ten common laborers !f or
"work in crate factory at Oak, Flor Florida.
ida. Florida. -S-6t

t UK iit.NL Lagnt Housekeeping
apartments, furnished or unfur

nished. Apply at 24 Ray street for

further information. 6-3t

WANTED Cheap for cash, incubator

and brooder. Must be m first class

condition. Fred J. Burden, Em

poria, Fla. 7-St

FOR SALE A trained pointer dog in
perfect health. Apply to Mrs. Jas.

P. Ausley, 714 South Sanchez St

-SERVE STORES
One East One West of Courthouse 1

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DECEMBER &

eductions in ''Funiifure

I

Nothing makes a more appreciated Christmas
Present than Fnrnilnre, Rugs and other house household
hold household necessities. For the month of DECEMBER
we offer our entire line at a redaction of 10 to 20
percent for CASH. We especially invite your
attention to the splendid selections in Art Squares
and Rngs.
TMEUS BROTHERS
Opposite Ocala National Bank N. Magnolia St.
Ocala - : - Florida

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nothing so distinctive, to 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)
Ocala, Florida

QlhyseGilms

MILII SCHEDULE!

Arrival and departure of passenger
trains at OCALA UNION STATION.

ished as information and nnt

anteed.

(Eastern Standard Time)

SEABOARD AIR LINE RAILROAD
Leae Arrira

:15 am Jaeksonville-N'York 2:10 am

Jacksonville
Jacksonville
Petersburg
Tampa

v -m. L'ui
4:05 pm Tarn pa-St. Petrsbrg 4:17 pm

ATLANTIC COAST LINE R. R.

Leave ArrWa

2:12 pm Jackson ville-NTork 2:48 ee

6:42 am Jksonville-Gnesville 10:13 pa

otareisDrg-i-aiceiand 2:12&m
3:35 cm St.Petsbrff.Lalf1 1 -o aw

7:10 am Dunnellon-WrileoTr

7:25 am DuneUon-Lkeland 11:03 pa
3:2o pm Homosassa 1:20 n

10:13pm Leesbuisr 6:42 am

f :4 tm Gainesville n .tn.

Mondy, Wednesday, Friday.
""Tuesday. Thursday. Saturday.

L. ALEXANDER
PRACTICAL CARPENTER AND
BUILDER

Careful estimates made on all con

tract -work. Gives more and better

work ct the money dan any ether

contractor in de city.

Peanut Squares 35 cents a pouri at

:iv pm

2:15 am

:15 am

2:15 am

1 :34 am

4:15 pra
4:05 pss
2:10 am

4:17 pm

WE A. HNSMAN -,
CONTRACTOR j
ALL WORK GUARANTEED
Estimates Furnished Free
Phone No. 526, 215 W. 5th St., Ocala

Meet me at the American CM
Union Station, Ocala, for a regubt
dinnerfamily style. Best dinner 12
tha-etate for 7Sc. Eat end drir: sTx



OCALA EVENING STAB, TUESDAY, DECEMBER 7, 1920

QCALA OCCDifilCES
The A" Club enjoyed its regular
Monday evening game of auction
with Miss Blair Woodrow last night
t.t her home on Fort King avenue. All
of the members were present and the
two tables of players spent several
hours merrily with their hospitable
hostess. Miss Onie Chazal captured
the prize, a dainty article for the
sewing bag. Shortly before the
guests departed Miss Woodrow served
dainty refreshments. :
Mrs. W. C. Munday of Atlanta, Ga.,
who has been -visiting her sister, Mrs.
Gordon Gerber of Coleman, and other
relatives at Palatka, arrived in the
city this afternoon, accompanied by
Mrs. Gerber, for a visit at the home
of her sister, Mrs. J. A. Walters be before
fore before returning to her home in Georgia.
The miscellaneous shower given by
the Y. W. A. of the Baptist church at
girls who are training for mission missionaries
aries missionaries at the seminary in Kentucky.
WANTED Young lady to assist in
taking inventory. Must know how
to write on typewriter. Apply at
Auto Sales Co., Mack Taylor, phone
the home of Rev. and Mrs. C. L. Col-J
Butterfly
SHOP.
gifts at THE
BOOK
'7-6t
lins last evening was an enjoyable oc occasion.
casion. occasion. Mrs. Collins gave a good (talk
on missionary work in China. After
refreshments of hot chocolate and
saltines, the young ladies spent a
happy hour looking over the many
and appropriate articles that were
brought as Christmas gifts for the
It's an easy name to remember
Federal always ask for Federal if
you want the best bread to be had. 6t
' It you have any
phone to five-one.
society item,
348.
FOR RENT Several large and com comfortable
fortable comfortable furnished rooms. Apply at
504 Oklawaha avenue. ?-Gt
The road to success is advertixis.
Mr. Carl Summers of Citra was a
well known visitor in town yesterday.
Come at once to get your bulbs bulbs-trumpet
trumpet bulbs-trumpet and white narcissus, crocus,
hyancinths, tulips and muscari. The
Court Pharmacy. Phone 284. 2-6t
Hont 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

Special price for electric irones un until
til until Christmas, $7.50 at Minshall's. 6t
Delicious home made candy and
fiuit cake for sale on the Ocala House
porch Wednesday. It
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Mrs. Isaac Nichob and son, Rex of
Belleview were among the shoppers
on the streets this morning.

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Always asK your grocer for Federal
Bread, and insist upon getting it
YouH 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

Mr; and Mrs. I. F. Haviland, Mrs.
L, L. Hopkins and Mr. Fred Wendell
of Belleview were among the visitors
In town today..

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

Mr. and Mrs. T. S. Hodges and Mr.
and Mrs. R. L. Stewart of Tidewater,
were business visitors and shoppers in

town for the day.

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Pont fail to visit the Guarantee
Jlotbing & Shoe Company. Every Everything
thing Everything we sell is guaranteed. We're
Ighiing for QUALITY not prices, tf
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The members of the business and
professional women's, club are re reminded
minded reminded not to forget the regular bus business
iness business meeting tonight at 8 o'clock in
the club rooms.

Beautiful linen handkerchiefs and
fancy work for sale on the Ocala
House porch Wednesday. It

Miss Mary Ingersoll of Indianap Indianapolis,
olis, Indianapolis, Ind., has gone to St. Petersburg

to spend the winter, after a short but

pleasatn visit in Ocala as the guest of

Mrs. William Sinclair.

When you buy fish from us they are
dressed ready for cooking. Oysters

and shrimp. City FISH Market, No.

No. 9 Ft. King Ave., phone 158. 27-tf

Don't fail to visit the Guarantee

Clothing & Shoe. Company. Every'

thing we sell is guaranteed. We're

Ightinsr for QUALITY not price, tf

Mr. and Mrs. John Clarkson and

daughter, Justine and maid of Bridge

port, Conn., have arrived at Belleview Ufj
a- j At j :.T0

iu &penu uie winter tutu arc lutoicu in

Mrs. L. L. Hopkins' home.

Special price for electric irones un until
til until Christmas, $7.50 at Minshall's. 6t

1919 five-passenger Buick, five

tires (3 cords) Spencer-Pedrick Motor
Co. 7-tf

Mr. and,, Mrs. George Reddick, who
since their marriage several weeks

ago have been making their home at
the residence of Mrs. J. V. Thompson,

are now keeping house in apartments
at the home of Mrs. William Sinclair.

Our line of little gifts is f ull of

pleasant surprises for you. THE SPE

CIALTY SHOP, A. E. GERIG. Steod

Come at once to get your bulbs

trumpet and white' narcissus, crocus

hvancinths. tulips and muscari. The

Court Pharmacy. Phone 284. 2-t

Mr. B. F. Condon, Mr. P. G. Mur

phy and Mrs. Annie M. Perry left by

automobile this morning for Miami

Messrs. Condon and Murpliy will re return
turn return during the week,' but Mrs. Perry

expects to spend the winter-in the

Magic City.
Special price for electric irones un

til Christmas. $7.50 at Minshall's. 6t

Hand dressed dolls for sale on the

Ocala House norch Wednesday. It

The Friendship Wesley bible class

of the Methodist church will hold

Christmas sale on the Ocala House

porch on Wednesday, Dec. 8th. Thy

will have a beautiful assortment o

dressed dolls, handkerchiefs and iancy
work and delicious home made candy

end fruit cake.

Come at once to get your bulbs

trumpet and white' narcissus, crocus,
hyancinths, tulips and muscari. The

Court Pharmacy. Phone 284. 2-6t

See the elephants for sale on the

Ocala House porch Wednesday. It

Assisting at the Book Shop during

the Christmas shopping are the fol

lowing: Mrs. Frazier. Miss Tillie

Pasteur and Leonard Wesson.' Mrs

C. E.' Winston is again in charge of

the toy department of the store which

is in its usual place at the Style Ha

bhop. Mrs. wmston has endeared
herself with the children of Ocala to
the extent that they look to her as

Mr. Santa.

See our Butterfly window.
POOK SHOP.

THE

7-3

If it is service you are after and

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Orders
can be given now for
day before Christmas
delivery.

GEORGE

CO.

Successors to
Mclver & MacKay

NoC. O. D.

No Charges

The First Special Sale in Thirty Years and the Greatest Sale Offered to Central Florida

The old firm of Mclver & MacKay in the past thirty years has built a reputation for honesty and reliability as one
of the largest general supply establishments in Florida. The new firnTintends to keep this reputation by the same
fair dealing and prompt service that has gone before.
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Beginning Thursday, December 9th
The Entire Stock of Furniture, Rugs, Stoves, Glassware, China Ware, Silver Ware and
Farm Supplies Will be Placed on Sale at
10$ to 50 Discount for Cash
This stock of goods covers a warehouse space of over 40,000.square feet and 35,000 square feet of sales -room
space, and is known to be the largest stock in the Central part of the state.

200 IRON BEDS
Finished white, ivory, blue and Vernic
Martin enamel, any size $7.50 to $20.00.
SPECIAL
U : 18 No. 508 Iron Beds 2 inch continuous
posts 7-8 inch filling rods, fromerly $20.00, now
at $15.00 as long as they last.
Brass Beds formerly $55.00 to $75.00 now
at $38.75 to $58.75.
MATRESSES
Union felt roll edge 50 pound weight for formerly
merly formerly $16.50 now at $13.00.
A variety of better grades at liberal discounts.
SPRINGS
Leggett & Piatt all steel springs any size,
formerly. $8.50 now $7.50.
National springs any size formerly $9.50
now at $8.50. ; i

Stoves

Over two carloads of stoves to be
.sold at 20 off. v ;
Three Juno Ranges, formerly $50,
now $40.
Two Mascots, formerly $80, now $74.
Two Rockwood, formerly $75 now
$60. -: i
Numbers of small stoves at sjmUar
reductions.

Remember Christmas
Will Soon Be Here
This is an opportunity to secure your requirements from
thousands of beautiful and useful articles suitable for pre-.
sents. A few items for the grown ups to be mentioned as fol follows;
lows; follows; aluminum sets, silver .ware, electric floor and table
lamps, cedar chests, nut sets, smoking sets, casseroles, Pyrex
dishes, fancy pillows, and thousands of other articles on dis display
play display in our show rooms.
A Real Toy 1 and for the Children
Bring the children, all kinds of toys, go-carts, carriages
and wagons.
We are not going out of business, we are here to stay.
This is no fake or sham sale but is the first sale bv ourselves
or predecessors and it is to be a clean-out sale and exactly
as represented and our friends can absolutely depend on every
statement made. We have a very large stock and must re re-duce
duce re-duce it and to do so we make these prices.
Only a small part of what we actually have on sale is
listed here.

One Moline Tractor

Six Sets of
Willow, Reed and
- Fiber
Fifteen Sets of
Period Furniture
Partial list

BED ROOM SUITES IN THE VERY
LATEST DESIGNS, IVORY AND
AMERICAN WALNUT
' (Queen Anne)
VANITY DRESESR
CHIFFONETTE
NIGHT TABLE
BENCH
DRESSING TABLE
BED
CHAIRS. TO MATCH
Formerly $435 Now $395
(Louis XVI. Period)
VANITY DRESSER
CHIFFONETTE
NIGHT TABLE
BENCH
DRESSING TABLE
BED
CHAIRS TO MATCH
, Formerly $395 Now $355

DINING ROOM SUITES -(William
and Mary Design)
ONE 54" TABLE
ONE CHINA CLOSET
.ONE BUFFETT
ONE SERVING TABLE
(Jacobean Finish, Solid Oak.)

Formerly $300
Now $270.

10 PIECE DINING ROOM SUITE
(Louis XVL)
ONE BUFFETT
ONE CHINA CLOSET
ONE DINING TABLE
ONE SERVING TABLE
SIX CHAIRS

Formerly, $459
Now $410

Formerly priced at $1650.00
Absolutely New
Sale Price $1450.00

SELLER'S KITCHEN CABINETS
PORCELAIN TOPS
Oak Finish, formerly $70, now 58.
White Enamel, formerly $85, now $75
COOKING UTENSILS
Vallrath enamel ware, the best made,
and a variety of the bWraamel ware,
good material. All this ware at

10 off

Our Entire Stock
Last of, the
Studebaker Wagons
75 Studebaker farm wagons

at a saving of 10 for this -sale.
, No more Studebakers to be
made, bat repair parts guaran guaranteed.
teed. guaranteed. Any one who knows a
Studebaker will realize that
now is the time to buy.

of Automobile Tires at 33 1-3 Off List

Geo. MacKay & Co.
Formerly
Mclver & MacKay

A large number of "Common
Sense" steel harrows bought

by the firm when prices were .HH

low. For this sale 50 off.
' These harrows are Q. K. We are over stock stocked
ed stocked and will sell them at $2 each. They re retailed
tailed retailed before at $4.75

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