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Title:
The Ocala evening star
Uniform Title:
Ocala Evening Star
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Evening star
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Porter & Harding
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29.187778 x -82.130556 ( Place of Publication )

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Began in 1895; ceased in 1943.
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Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 5 (June 24, 1895).
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ST A U
TEMPERATURE If.
Fair tonight and Thurs Thursday,
day, Thursday, cooler tonight prob probably
ably probably light frost in north
portion.
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This morning, 51.
' This afternoon, 62.
1U.
OCALA, FLORIDA. WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER S, 1920.
NO. 294
IVOL 2G
ASKS CODSTAIITIIIE MAY WE DEPEND
CANADA HAS HAD
EIIOUGH OE IT
CflUIICIL APPHOV
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PRESIDENT-ELECT
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Amount, Nevertheless, Smaller by

Nine Millions than Last,,
Year

(Associated Press)

Washington, Dec. 8.-r-Pensi6n dis

bursements for the fiscal year of 1920
aggregated $213,295,314, the pensions
bureau announced today. The dis disbursements
bursements disbursements showed a decrease of
about nine millions from last year.

ESCAPED INTO THE INTERIOR

Mis Clara Smith, Wanted for Killing
Oklahoma Politician, Believed
to be in Mexico

Senator Harding,' Back at Home, has
Much Material for Contest Contest-:
: Contest-: trated Study ;

(Associated Press)
Marion, Dec. 8 Senator Harding,
back from his vacation, is ready to
begin actual constructive work on the
policies of the coming, administration.
The president-elect is pleased with
the results Tb his Washington confer conference.
ence. conference.

El

(Associated Press)

Paso, Dec 8. Local officials

EATON-DAME
1 ......
News of the marriage of Mr. O. M.
Eaton and Miss Lois Elizabeth Dame,
both of Lakeland, which took place in
Atlanta, some weeks ago, will be re-

People Who Have Rooms to Rent
Should Co-operate with the
Board of Trade
The Marion County Board of Trade
agai naslcS that anyone having rooms
lor rent list them at the office of the
organization. It is also requested
that whenever rooms that have been
listed are subsequently occupied the
Board of Trade be notified. If there
are hose who have listed their rooms
and have not rented them, there is
usually some reason for it. Many,
for example, make the condition that
no children will be taken. Others want
to rent to men or to women only. A
room may be farther from the center
cf town than he particular inquirer

wants. .When anyone calls at the

this week appear to have been aban

doned, the government apparently, de

ciding to leave the decision to Ccn-

stantine himself.

Wed wxth cordiarmterest by f" Board of Trade the secretary

is usu-

claim that Miss Clara Smith, wanted tnla c.lty' tally asked for some particular kind

in connection with the death ot Jae! "J""'of room or suite or rooms, and the

mmon at Ardmore, Ukla., was iocat-. TT rj inquirer is given a list of all rooms

cdn Juarez but they eot the imnres- any friends that she made shower

sion from the Ardmore sherifT that her nd her. husband with coTigratula coTigratula-the
the coTigratula-the woman was not wanted and she tions an1 best wishes. Mr. Eaton Is
escaped into the interior of Mexico. we11 known throughout the state and

- J has scores oi friends m Ocala, where
ARGENTINA'S FOREIGN lLe TOade his home several years ago.
' TRADE PICKING UP Mr. Eaton is a state senator, repre-
, jsentmg Polk county in the Florida
- Buenos Aires, Nov. 8.- Argentina's uPPer house. .
,..: v Mr. and Mrs. Eaton will make their
foreign trade during the past six', .
i home in Lakeland. v
years has given the country a favor- - ,
able balance of approximately $1,- s.
400,000,000 according to figures just PRESIDENT WILSON HAS
compiled. Thisexceeds the entire j SUBMITTED HIS PLAN
favorable trade balance built up in' ",
the histroy of the country as an inde-!118 Forwarded to League of Nations

pendent nation before 1915. The fav favorable
orable favorable balance reached its height in
1919 when it amounted to $375,000.-

000, while estimates place the balance
for- the present year at about $100,-000,000.

Foreign trade for the present yearjj

or suites of rooms that appear to meet

the requirements. If a suite of three
rooms is asked for, a list of all suites

of three rooms .is given. Frequently
it happens that hie secretary must
give the same list to several parties.

It is for this reason that the request
is made that the Board of Trade 6e

(notified whenever a room or suite is

occupied after being listed. The great

est demand is still for suites of rooms
for light housekeeping. A day does
not pass now that the Board of Trade

is not asked for housing accommoda

tions of some kind.

Recommendation for Armen

ian Boundaries

(Associated Press)

Washington, D. C, Dec, 8

POSTOFFICE PATRONS.

TAKE NOTICE

-Presi-

i dent Wilson has forwarded to the

lleageu of nations at Geneva his,rc-

it is estimated, will reach $2,000,000,- ommendations regarding. Armenian
000. Until the present year the high-boundaries.
est figure reached was in 1919 when'

the pountrv'i fnriVn truA nmnrnitod 1 WAIS X MUNI!. it) HeXK

to $1,700,000,000.
Argentina's foreign business per
capita last year was more tan $200
and this year is expected to be about
$240. It is stated here, that -the per
capita foreign business in the United
States is, approximately, only $86.

GROW THE WEED

Hellenic Government Shows Signs of What Guarantee Have We She is Giv-

Having Found an Elephant ing Straight and Unprejudiced
on Its Hands Testimony

(Associated Press) I (Associated Press)

Paris, Dec. 8. The Greek govern- Washington, Dec. 8. Miss Mary

ment has addressed a ns-to former I McSweeney, sister of the late lord

King Constantine, asking him to ab- mayor of Cork, testifying before the
dicate immediately in favor of the committee of one hundred investigat-

crown prince, said an Athens dispatch, ing the Irish question, said that Am-

ATHENS ISNT ANXIOUS erican aid for Irish independence

Athens, Dec. 8. Plan3 to have ex- ...

King Constantine return to Greece f. , t

lions, one saia mat most. Americans

are uninformed.

ENCOURAGE THE CHILDREN

"MUSIC IN THE AIR'

By Attending Their Orchestra at the

High School at 4 O'clock To Tomorrow
morrow Tomorrow Afternoon

. Tomorrow (Thursday) afternoon at

European Statesmanship, Which Cost
Her the Lives of Fifty Thou Thousand
sand Thousand Men
(Associated Press)
Geneva, Dec. 7 Plans proposed for
the formation of technical organiza organizations
tions organizations of the league of nations, deal dealing
ing dealing with finance, health and transpor

tation, were attacked at the league
assembly by Newton Rovvell, a Canad Canadian,
ian, Canadian, contending against taking such
organizations from control of the "as "assembly
sembly "assembly and placing them under the in influence
fluence influence of Europe. He exclaimed that
50,000 Canadian soldiers were under
the sod in Europe, the price Canada
had paid for European statesmanship,
which had dyed the continent in blood.

Tampa, Dec. 8. That there'll be

"music in the air" at the South Flor

ida Fair, to be held in Tampa Febru- 4 o'clock,-the orchestra of the Ocala

ary 3 to 12, is evident from the fact Figh School will make its first ap

that' one of Mexico's world famous pearance before the public at a meet-

bands of 100 pieces will accompany fog of the Parent-Teacher Associa-I
. . 1 1-1 .j. i i I . ... i

tue Mexican proauci exniDii, wmcn tjon, to be held -at the high school

will be one of the greatest features building.' These young people have

of the year. Canada will also be rep- been working very hard under the

resented m the exhibit departments, direction of Mrs. Cole, who has charge

asf a result of which a movement has 0f thd department of music.

ben inaugurated to hold annually in All parents and friends of the

Tampa an exposition at which all the school are cordially invited to hear

Latin republics of South and Central Uh em. We are quite sure that they

America and the West Indies will be wni surprise and please you and there

represented. will be no charges.

lhe fair directors nave contracted After this the- tminr mmtinv 'of

A MARRIAGE FOR ETERNITY

for eleven free amusement attrac

tions, twice the number presented at
the last fair, and each one a clean,
r.p-to-ate' novelty. Free performances

will be given each afternoon and eve-

the association will take place and all

who do not care to remain will have
an opportunity to leave.

At this meeting Mrs. Todd. will talk

to the parents about some changes

Crusaders Against Tobacco Had Bet Bet-.
. Bet-. ter Get Busy at Once

(Associated Press)

Washington, Dec. v 8 Representa Representatives
tives Representatives of the tobacco growers appeared

ROBERTS TREATED' HIM ROUGH ;bore thf Senate agricultural com-

iimttee toqay ana urgea a metnoa 01

(Associated Press) :
Jersey City, Dec. 8. Mickey Shan Shannon,
non, Shannon, a heavyweight boxer,, died from
the blow received in the bout with Al
Roberts last night.

OKLAWAHA VALLEY
BEFORE SUPREME COURT

financing exports. Senator Swanson
and Representative James urged relief

for the tobacco growers.

CITRA

7 Washington, Dec. 8.- Arguments

were heard in the supreme court yes

terday in the suit to prevent the sale

and dismantlement of the Oklawaha
Valley railroad, in Florida.
The railroad originally was con constructed
structed constructed at a cost of some $500,000 to
serve a number of saw mill interests

wnicn nave since to a large extent
gone out of business. It was bid in at
a sale bv Wm. S. Hood, ns tmstP fnr

$225,000.

FELLOWSHIP

Fellowship, Dec. -Cane grinding

13 the order of the day;
Mr. J. Lb .Beck had the misfortune
to fall last Friday and sprain his
ankle. .,
Mrs. H. E. Snowden entertained the
n;embers of the B. Y. P. U. last Fri Friday
day Friday evening. All report a pleasant
time.
The B. Y. P. U. held its regular an annual
nual annual meeting to elect officers for the
ensuing year and the following were
elected: President, H. J. McCully;
vice president, B. B. Beck; secretary,

Miss Geneva McCully; treasurer, Mrs.
S. B. Brooks; captains. Miss Fae
Beck, Mr. Gary Beck, Mr. Dennis

Prine and Miss Leone Brooks; li
brarian, Miss Nina Seckinger; chor
ister, Miss Fae Beck.

-Miss Crosby of Jacksonville is the
guest of her uncle nd aunt, Mr. and

Mrs. J. L. Smith."'

Messrs. Brooks and Rou were call

ers last Friday afternoon.

Miss Geneva McCully was the guest

ot Miss Lone Brooks Sunday after
roon.

We have just' been advised of the
passing awry of .Mrs. Leroy Williams
of Early Bird. Mrs. Williams was a

dt-voted Christian lady and was high highly
ly highly esteemed by all of her acquain acquaintances.
tances. acquaintances. .She, was also a member of
th Fellowship W. O. W. gxove. The
funeral will take place at St. Johns
church tomorrow. 7
Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Gark were call call-cis
cis call-cis this afternoon

' Citra,Dec. 3. Mr. and Mrs. Kendig

of Baltimore and Mr. and Mrs. Pape

of New York, are pleasantly located

at the. White House for the winter.

Citra was very proud of her exhibit
at the Marion Qounty Fair, but hopes

next year to carry off first instead of

third prize. Much credit, is due Mrs.

DuPree and Mrs. Timmons for the
efforts they, put forth in getting up

the exhibits.

Mr. Brown of Summerfield is now

the night operator at Citra.

Mr. F. J. Williams who has been

in Jacksonville, returned here last

Monday and is at present on his

father's farm known as the Com Commander
mander Commander place.
Mr. and Mrs. Clayton have returned
to Island Grove.

Misses Ethel and 1 Louise Crosby

spent Thanksgiving with their par parents,
ents, parents, returning to Gainesville Monday

morning.

Mr. James Melton visited Citra last

Friday. '

Miss Sallie Wiliams spent Thanks

giving with friends' in Gainesville.

Mr. Louis Connell of Inverness was

a visitor to Ultra last week.

Mis Warner spent Thanksgiving

with relatives in Hastings while

Misses Parrish and Smith visited

Ocala friends. f o s

Mr. and Mrs. Williams of Hampton

spent last Sunday with Dr. arid Mrs.

Strickland. ?

Miss Valentine has as her guests

the Misses Snyder, of Indiana. After
spending avfew days here .these ladies
will go to St. Petersburg for the rest

of the winter.

Mr. and Mrs. Alison Wartmanit and

children of Ocala. were guests of Mr.

end Mrs. E. L. Wartmann at the

White House Thanksgiving.

Ocala, Fla., Dec. 6th.
I most respectfully call to the at

tention of the patrons of the Ocala
postoffice, that during the Christmas

holidays the volume of mail is in-
creased several hundred per cent, and
every facility of the service is taxed
to the utmost to handle this mail dur

ing that period. I would especially

call your attention to a few hints
given below, which, if followed, will
help to avoid the congestion of this

rush period and enable the mail serv

ice to deliver promtply and in better
condition all mail matter.

Wrap parcels securely, using heavy

paper and good twine, but do not seal.

Address them plainly. This includes

putting your return address on the
upper left hand corner, as well as the

address on the lower right hand side.
Every parcel should contain the send

er's name and address on a card on
the inside of the parcel.

Mail them early. Parcels may be

endorsed MNot to be opened until

Christmas day" or with similar in inscription.
scription. inscription. Patrons will be assured
that their parcels will be received 4n
time and Opened Christmas day.

Otherwise they may be delayed.
Robt.-F. Rogers, P. M.

ning and the events wil prove equally that the facuity wouid like to make in

pleasing to "old folks' 'and "kiddies." I grading.

Atami, Japan, Nov. 8. (Corres-

; mdence of the Associated Press.)

A marriage ceremony has just been

periormed here over the r.ahe.s of two

bodies in the belief that a single
young man and an unmarried woman

who committed suicide would have a

happy married life in the next world

The couple committed shinju, or dou

ble suicide, for love, by throwing

themselves into the sea from the

cliffs. Both bodies were later recov recovered
ered recovered and cremated with the Buddhist
ceremonies. The ashes were then
brought to the home of the girl's

father and he performed a marriage

ceremony over them. According to

the Buddhist faith, marriage contract

ed in this world will cany over to the

next.

ATTRACTIVE DISPLAY

AT THE BOOK SHOP

The War Showed All the. World that

l America Wasn't Too Proud
. to Fight

WORTH ALL IT COST WE WISH THAT ROBBER

WOULD COME OUR WAY
, k
(Associated Press)
Steubenville, Pa Dec. 8. Daniel

Cable, a pottery worker, was attacked

last night by a robber, who findins

Washington, Dec. 8. The net cost Cable's pocket empty, offered him ten

oi tne war to tne American govern-1 dollars

ment as fixed by Secretary Houston is

$24,010,000,000.

(Associated Press)

IT'S BEST TO LET THEM

SHOOT THEIR MOUTHS OFF

DEER SEASON HAS

CLOSED IN MICHIGAN

REMOVING THE EXCHANGE
EMBARGO ON RUSSIA

(Associated Press)
Washington, Dec. 8. The state de

partment announced today that acting

Secretary Davis has begun a series
of conferences with treasury officials

toward removing the embargo on Rus

sian exchange transactions.

MORE COTTON EVERY MONTH

(Associated Press)
Houghton, Mich., Dec. 8. The 1920

The More Noise They Make, the Less I deer season, which came to a close

Americans Like Them Ithis week, was notable for the small

number of accidents. To date but

(Associated Press) two fatalities have been reported,

London, Dec. 8. The British gov- with only three or four wounded. This

ernment is considering requesting the lis considered a remarkable record in

United States government in the in-view of the large number of hunters

terest of friendship to take official (in the woods and a congestion made

notice of the anti-British activities in (unusual by the short season of ten
America of De Valara and othej Sinn days.

Feiners, Mr. Bonar Law said in the J From the hunting, period just end-

house of commons today. led the following facts are deduced:

lhe season was the shortest on re-

AMALGAMATED CLOTHING cord; there were fewer accidents than

WTORKERS LOCKED OUT in any previous year; the number of

hunters equalled the quota of a year

(Associated Press) jago, fully 5000 crossing the straits

New York. Dec. 7. The Amalga- into the upper peninsula: the deer

mated Clothing Workers of America I slaughter was one. of the heaviest in
announce that New York manufactur- I Michigan's history, according to all

ers have locked out 19,000 workers in J available reports, in spite of the short
their war on the union. season. The Targe number of deer

killed is expected to strengthen the

IT WAS ALMOST position of -sportsmen favoring

ALL THROWN AWAY closed season.

Don't fail to visit the Guarantee

Jlothing & Shoe Company. Every

thing we sell is guaranteed. We're

Ighting for QUALITY not prices, tf

The Book Shop, a store which would;

compare favorably with any of its

kind in the state, has on display this

year one of the largest and most
varied lines of goods ever, carried. The

appearance and style of this store is
most attractive and 'the Christmas

stock that is on display is so neatly ar
ranged that it makes shopping i

pleasure. There are presents suitable

for every member of the household-

from grandmother down to baby, and

there are plent yof obliging clerks

who take a delight m assisting shop

pers "in selecting Christmas presents

The toy department, next door, under
the efficient management of Mrs. C.
E.' Winston, is a fairyland for the kid

dies.

Washine-toh. Dec. 8 President Wil- I Many ucaia nomes nave mirrors

son has informed the Senate-that theltnat are an ayesore.' Have them re

total expense of the American peace I silvered. All work guaranteed. Ocala

commission was $1,650,190, I Mirror & Plating Co. Phone 504.. 8-tf

Drawings for Opening of Main Street

and BeautiScation of Plaza Will
be Submitted to Trade Body

The council Tuesday night approved

the plans prepared by City Engineer
Young for the opening of North .Mail
street and the beautification of the

union station plaza. The plans will be

submitted to the meeting of the Mar Marion
ion Marion County Board of Trade tomorrow
night, and then to the railroads. The

Board of Trade has had a committee

working on this project for some time,

and there-have been a number of con conferences
ferences conferences with representatives of the
railroads. The work of removing the

building now blocking the opening of

Main street is under way. It is hoped
that the carrying out of the project
will not be much longer delayed.

The Board of Trade will lalso be

asked tomorrow night to decide whetlw

er the members of the National Edi

torial Association on their tour of.
Florida in March will be entertained,
in Ocala. ..

TO CHECK FALL IN
PRICE QF RUBBER

Rio de Janeiro Nov. 13. Financial
and economic troubles in the Amazon
region, due to the fall in the price of
rubber, were explained to President
Pesso this week by a deputation rep- v
resentative of Amazonian commercial
interests which jdurneyed from the
north to reiterate views already plav'
ed before the government in written
memorials.
The commission suggested the tak taking
ing taking of measures to stop the f airtn the
price of rubber and prevent the pro product
duct product being handed over to foreign
trusts.. It also suggested the opening
of credits to European rubber con consuming
suming consuming countries similar to the con convention
vention convention recently concluded with Italy
for the purchase of Brazilian food foodstuffs.
stuffs. foodstuffs. '

FRENCH. PAPER'S REPORT
ON GERMAN CONDITIONS

TOO MUCH TAXES

Good Many Towns in America
Would Like to Follow the
Example

(Associated Press)
Louisville, Dec: 8.--After being in

corporated for 126 years, the city of
Jeffersontow has, petitioned the cir

cuit court jto revoke its charter, re reverting
verting reverting to county control because of

aUeged high taxes.

CANE SYRUP Parties -desiring
Florida cane syrup put up in their own

vessels, direct from the kettle, will

pjease communicate with me at once,
either by mail or phone. L. L. Priest,
Anthony, Fla. 7-3t

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

NOTHING, TO COMPARE WITH IT, IN THE HISTORY OF OCALA

ONE NIGHT ONLY, TEMPLE THEATER, DECEMBER. 16th

REVIVAL : -.-ROBIN, HOOD

RALPH
DUNBAR'S
SUMPTUOUS

FIFTY

PEOPLE

Not Unli&ly Bales Ginned Will Soon
-v Reach Their Normal Number

' Come at once to get your bulbs
trumpet and white' narcissus, croevs,
hyancinths, tulips and muscari. The
Court Pharmacy. Phone 284. 2-6t

(Associated Press)
Washington, Dec S. Cotton ginned
Iiior to Dec. lstamounted to 10,144, 10,144,-??1
??1 10,144,-??1 bales3 the census bureau announc announced
ed announced 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 Sjtore. -S-lOt

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FINALS ACT m MROS!N UOOO

MAIL ORDERS NOW. PRICES $2.50, $2.00, $1.50 and $1.00 PLUS TAX SEAT SALE DEC. Ipih-

Paris, Nov. 19. Correspondence of

the Associated Press) .Something of
the seriousness of Germany's econom

ic condition, from a French viewpoint,
13 told by Jean Herbete, foreign edi editor
tor editor of Le Temps, now studying the
situation in Germany.

Members of the middle class, whose

stationary incomes spell poverty ia
the rise of prices and the workers,
are said by him to "be particularly n-

ppy.'V Fortunately, he adds, fann

ers are prosperous.

"There is cruel misery," he, writes

"in the homes of workers who haye
many children. This condition is cot
limited to families of the unemployed,

of whom there are 400,000 in Ger Germany.
many. Germany. It is characteristic of the
present crisis that a workman cannot

manage to feed and clothe his family,
even when he works at relatively high
wages.

"I have been in homes where the

father got 200 to 250 marks a week.

WTiem he must feed five or six chil children,
dren, children, it is destitution.' To buy bread,
fats and potatoes, even in insufficient

quantities, he must spend 80 marks a

wek or more. Rent, gas and a little
ccal 'absorb part of the remainder.

How can the family be clothed and
shod ? Evert a poor suit costs 1500

marks, a pair of shoes 150 to 200

marks. Linen has become an almost

unattainable luxury."

In Berlin, M. Herbette visited mod

est homes with welfare workers. We

s?w," he says, "in the homes'of hard hardworking
working hardworking people who did not ask aid,
pallet-beds and rags, so miserable
that my companion could hardly be believe
lieve believe his eyes. There are children
three and four years old that their
mothers carry in their arms, actualy

wrapped in ragsw hen they go out
because they have no clothes. One
hears little complaint, however. The

habit of privation produces a sort of
tcrpor and no one seems concerned
excepjt with finding a little something

v eat.
In these conditions, he concludes,
"unhealthy propaganda has freeplay,
tut there is nothing incurable in them
and there must be found some policy
to meet lhe needs for "the interests of
peace are the interest sof France

ATTEMPT TO PREVENT
INCREASE TN ACREAGE

(Associated Press)
Memphis, Dec. 8. Leaders at the

conference of planters, bankers, and
merchants endorse the plan to with-

dtaw financial aid to farmers who fail
to agree to cotton acreage reduction
ia the fight against lower prices.
Donl; fail to visit the Guar&stsa
Clothing & Shoe Company. Every

thing we sell is guaranteed. TTs'ra
, ightinir for QUALITY ret frf.: tf



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tive representation." Faith like that E. W. KRAYBILL

is surejy beautiful. Miami Metrop-1 ;

oils. i ine many mends oi Mr. W.

Faith is always beautiful, even tho I Kraybill will be sorry to learn that

it be concentrated on a -Chinese joss. J he died Tuesday morning in western

The Met may be assured, however, I Florida, where he has been for the

that an attempt at reapportionment past year.

will be made. I Mr. Kraybill was a familiar figure

in Ocala for many years, an upright

through I citizen and one who was always busy

After passing unscatned

some of the most desperate fighting J at his trade of painter, until he met I

oi the war, Uen. K. L. Bullard was with an accident, about two years

struck in the eye by a golf ball, in a ago, which owing to his age, 83 years,
game at Governor's Island Saturday incapacitated him for any more work,
and painfully injured. Gen. Bullard He was the oldest member of the

commanded the division that broke the IFresbytenan church in Ocala, and

Carman drive east of Chateau Thierry was one of the most faithful officers

early in July, 1918. He also com-1 of that church.

manded the Second Army in the last! Mr. Kraybill leaves a wife and

months of the war. A number of our daughter,, who reside in Oak Park,

Marion county boys were under his 111., and who were unable to arrive

cmmand. here for the funeral. Thev have done

everything to make his last days

DEPENDS ON THE PATRONAGE comfortable.

Mr. Kraybill's funeral services will

Editor Star: Several years ago Mr. be held at 10 a. m. tomorrow at the

Walter Prichard Eaton, the distin- Presbyterian church, Rec. W. F. Cre-

guished dramatic critic, wrote an ar- son officiating. Interment will be

tide for the American Magazine in made in Greenwood. MacKay & Co.)

which he made the statement that any will be in charge.

community with a theater can have

the best of theatrical attractions if HATS AT HALF PRICE

the performances be guaranteed. Good AT THE AFFLECK SHOP

attractions can not be expected to

play to empty houses. The Affleck Hat Shop, which carries

Ocala, if she wishes it, can have a line of as stylish and distinctive

good theatrical attractions each sea- hats as are found on the market any any-son
son any-son if the proper patronage is assured, where, now has on display a stock

An opportunity is now present. Onjcf the very latest and most up-to-date

Y.. r.V.TV 4

A Few Suggestions for the

Christmas Buyer

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Which Means Dollars

Having already faithfully advertised our large as assortment
sortment assortment of Glothes If or the Man and the Boy, and
at a reduction of to Mb per cent, we are now only
directing your attSntticitothe fact that these prices
arelstill in force, our stock is complete and that
you are doing1 youelf 1 an injustice by waiting
longer. ;

ENTERTAINING fcmiUKS December 16 we will have an oppor- hats marked at half price. There are

tunity of hearing DeKoven's "Robin some wonderful bargains to be had at

When the Star, a few days ago, Hood." Mr. George Hoyt Smith, of very attractive prices, and there are

warmly advocated the reception, in the Jacksonville Times-Union, says all sorts, for evenincr. dinner and

Ocala of the National. Editorial as- that the performance given in Jack- street wear. This sals does not mean

sociation, it was not aware of the sonville by the Dunbar company was hats of an old stock, for every hat in
long, strong Btring attached to the admirable. Seldom, he says, has this tsore is authentic in style and

proposition. (Jacksonville witnessed a more "thor- j ftt ness and well worth the original

The association is made up oi a oughly charming entertainment." price. Mrs. Ellis, the proprietor of

number of the most intelligent and "Robin Hood" is a light opera that the Affleck establishment, also invites

influential men in America. Our city everyone will enjoy. Much of its mus- the public to inspetc her line of hair

would be glad to entertain them as jc is familiar. There is plenty of mel-jand hair ornaments, which she is also

its guests, show them Silver Springs coy, and plenty of comedy to meet all J selling at quite a reduced price during

and any of the rest of the surround- tastes. It is an American production, the holidays. The fancy combs and

ing country they desired to see, give r Good theatrical attractions are an I pins for the hair would make most ac ac-them
them ac-them a big dinner and anything else asset to any community, and if "Robin I coptable Christmas presents for any

that would contribute to their com- Hood" gets the patronage it deserves lady friends. Call at this shop and

fort and pleasure. If they wanted, Ocala will doubtless be treated to make? your choice of a hat at a low

after reaching home, to write a few other excellent performances.

lines for their papers about Ucaia,
well and good; if not, well and good.
"We are very well aware that such a
party traveling thru a wide expanse

of country, seeing towns every, few
miles, and stopping at one or two in
the course of every day, would have

price before they are picked over.

Louis H. Chazal.

RIG BRIDGE ACROSS

OLD JAMPA BAY

FLORIDA BAPTISTS IN

CONVENTION AT KISSIMMEE

(Special to the Star)

Kissimmee, Dec. 7. Florida Bap

tists met here this morning in their &

(St. Petersburg Times)

Preliminary steps in the construe

its discernment blunted, and with the tion of the $1,500,0C0 Gandy bridge 66th annual session with an enrolled

exception of Silver Springs not. be across Tampa bay, connecting St. Pe- attendance of well over 300 at the
likely to remember anything here, tersburg and Tampa, will be made fifst session. The convention of Flor-

Whether they remembered us-or not J Tuesday according to Al Gandy, son of ida Baptist laymen was held all day

it would have been worth something J George S. Gandy, head of the company yesterday, a notable feature being an

to the town to remember them as. our building the bridge. j address last night by Hon. Richard C.

guests. Work will begin at a point north of Edmonds of Baltimore, editor of the

We now learn that in order to have Master's bayou, on this side of the j Manufacturers Record. The Woman's

this party half a dozen hours the city bay. The point, where the big bridge Missionary Union of the South is

must hot only entertain them but pay touches the St. Petersburg shores is nieetmg here at the same time

$2500 to the people in charge of their just six miles from Central avenue This morning the convention organ

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trip. and Fourth street. Mea Dy electing Dr. C. W. of Tampa,

We think this would be a very poor The bridge will run in a northeast- president; Dr. Bunyan Stephens of

investment for Ocala and advise our erly direction across the bay, touching I Tallahassee, and Rev. J. D. Adcock

people to turn the proposition down the other shore at a point one and one- of Orlando, vice presidents, and Dr.

flat. half miles north of Port lampa. The mourns ot Ucaia, as recording

It looks to us very much like the distance from the Tampa end of the secretary. This is he eighth succes

n embers of the National Editorial bridge to the city of Tampa is just "ve year lor Dr. Collins to be chosen

Association were being exploited, seven miles. The bridge being six as secretary. The convention will con

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They are independent people and pay miles across makes the distance fromjtmue through Thursday night

their own way. We can't see any St. Petersburg to Tampa via the

reason for the towns along tneir uonay onoge i mnes. Apaiachicola oysters every dav.

route paying bonuses for their visits The distance by road to Tampa at Cook's Market and Grocery, phone

and we don't suppose the journalists the present is 53 miles oy way of 4d, Worth Mam street. 17-tf

themselves know anything about it. Clearwater and 45 miles by way of

At any rate, Ocala has better uses Safety Harbor. The new bridge will

for such a sum as $2500. mean a saving of 68 miles on a round

trip to Tampa, its promoters claim.

How many members of the legisla- After the bridge is completed motor-

ttire are putting in a part ol their isis wm ue auie iu rc ia i

time studying about what they will do less tnan nan an nour, as comparea 10
f',r tfcoir Lt. when thev meet; in Tal- two hours at the present time, it is

lahflssp in Anril. stated.

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lar robberies. Jesse Jamer. must be .,., , .f

Many Have availed themselves of this opportunity,
and we; have Just" to find a single dissatisfied cus customer.
tomer. customer. This however is not boasting, as we know

the quality of the goods we are offering,' aiid bought them to please
our patrons. -.-
For Yomsdf or M

Just received a larae number of Initial Belts, Gloves and Bath Robes.
We also have a large assortment of Boys Blouses, $1,50 value at $1
Keep that boy warm while sleeping. "A few Boys Outing Flannel
Pajamas, splendid values at $1.75. v v 7 i
A number of Boys' odd Pants, ranging- from $125 fto $.50 values,
Greatly Reduced.
Boys' and Children's Shoes at astonishingly low prices. These are
going fast. Call early. '
Our stock-of Men's Shirts is limited but we still have a number of
Manhattan and Wilson shirts, and if you find your, size the
price is sure to please you. t i
Men's Pajamas, $1.95 to 6.50.
The best Men's Night-shirt, $1.50 value, now offere'forpp,'-;
Don't fail to see our splendid assortment of Hatsja'nd Shoes for the
man and boy at Big Reductions. r
Plenty of Sweaters for the man and boy. ; ; ri
REMEMBER, you are welcome in our store at any time, and especi especially
ally especially at this season while you are looking around for supplies for
Santa Claus, you are asked to corre in and let us help you make
your selections And Come Early. ;

HANDKERCHIEFS
Pure Linen, now offered at
50c, 75c and $1 00.
Initial Handkerchiefs at
25c and 50c each.
Plain Handkerchiefs 10c
and 15c; 2 for 25c.
NOVELTIES
Large assortment of Collar
Bags and Manicure Sets.
Pullman Slippers, Bed Bedroom
room Bedroom Slippers and Bill Folds.
Suit. Cases and Trunks.
NECKWEAR
All at reduced prices and
cover a large collection, at a
range of 45c to $3.50.
Silk Sox and Shirts.

W. A. WATERMAN

THE HABERDASHER

OCALA

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FLORIDA

EUY CHRISTMAS SEALS UINK

CENT EACH, $1 PER HUNDRED

Every one you
buy helps to
fight tubercu tuberculosis.
losis. tuberculosis. One mil mil-1
1 mil-1 i o n persons
are afflicted
- with a c ti v e
tub erculosis.
mm ml

HEALTHY NEW YEAR Aflere are per

haps one million inactive cases which

will become active cases unless neces

sary precautions are taken. Every
seal unsold helps tuberculosis.

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having a restless sleep. St. Peters- -
. r,. causeway, the actual bridging being
turg limes. x nnrt

t . 4.1 Vi .oi ii,Jii auuin vine cxxivx vnc-iiau imio. x
Jesse always got away with his. A, - v

The sixty-sixth Congress to the peo- f draw wil, be built the chan.

pie: "we wno are aooui. io u.e riel near the Tampa shore. To allow

you." Tampa Tribune. h. naso.e ftf smaller vessels near the

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we aont see wny n snuum -p- h shor the floorine. of

More than half its members were re- ... ... . v .

eiected. Lv.nva ui ha

TVi Kiop ctmMnrA will hvi n 94.

Miamrs Palm ete openea xuesuay. fcQt automobile driveway and will bt

nd it's time you were beginning to
hink of the presents you intend giv-

ng on that joyous occasion.

It i3 one of the prettiest festal occas

iens to which Florida treats itself in
the winter and is of the greatest in interest
terest interest to visitors as well as home

folks. It lasts all this week.

built strong enough to allow the pas

sage of trolley cars, although it has

not been definitely decided to extend

the trolley across the bridge.

The-Ocala Star says that a hog

costs three dollars a pound if a rail-

SUGAR, W2c

Stop, look and listen. Get the U-

road1 kills it. Ham lawyers are re- Serve habit, for its' a good one.-Camp

bell's Soups 12 s.; Campbell's Pork
and Beans 12c; Octagon Soap 7c;

Kingan's Pork and Beans large tins

sponsible for this. Jacksonville Me-

tippolis. ;

Our contemporary must have been

thinking more about egg? than ham

wnen ne wrote the foregoing para

graph. At any rate, it is badly

scrambled.

12c; Box Bacon sliced 55c.

7-2t

A dvertise in tic Star.

C!itsfipatlii

Automobile Storage

GARAGE ALWAYS OPEN DAY AND NIGHT

MURPHY

MOTOR

COMPANY

Ocala, Florida

Our line of Jewelry consists of eve everything
rything everything from a small inexpensive
Stick Pin to a Gold Watch or a Dia Diamond
mond Diamond Ring. JMany new novelties to
felect from if you call early.
J. Charles Smith
The Jeweler & Watchmaker
West Side Courthouse Square
OCALA, FLORIDA

Don't take purgatives for Con Constipation
stipation Constipation they act harshly
they overstrain the delicate
membrane anil leave the
Bowels In a worse condition

than before. 11

yon are
troubled
with Con Constipation,
stipation, Constipation, SIckHead SIckHead-aehe.
aehe. SIckHead-aehe. In Indigestion,
digestion, Indigestion, Sour Stom

ach. Dizziness Biliousness,
Nervousness, or loss ol Appe-Ute-Don't
hesitate-Get a bottle
of CARTER'S LITTLE LIVER
PILLS take one alter each
meal and one at bedtime. A
lew days treatment will put
Stomach, Liver and Bowels In
normal condition.

' Ceoaiac Bast fcear tifaatare j&tri&Z&L

Small fm Small Dose Small Price

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Membenhip in the Florida Citrus Exchange rcquirM
only the ability to co-opeme. No initiation feem,
no membership dues. For toiormation, consult the
manager of nearest association or gnb-exchange. or
write to the business manager at Tampa-

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Lynch law will be a thing of the

past when sheriffs learn that their
'f'rat -duty .'is to protect the lives of
their prisoners even to the extent of
shooting to kill. Lakeland Telegram.

- We have been reading the foregoing
sentiment every few weeks' for over

thirty years. Lynch law will not be a
thing of the past until the people can

ro: pect justice m the courts.

A man from "up-state", told us the
other day that he1 candidly -believes

that the Florida legislature which con-

vrnes next spring will insist upon
state reapportionment. "The fellows

, vho will go to Tallahassee next

spring," he says, "are above the aver

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OCALA EVENING STAB, WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 8. 1923

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A Yuletide Blessing

By Ralph HusHtsa

WE have hauled down the cost of living, but we will
will never lower the purity flag. Our method of
"carrying it home for less money" is causing the local
housewives to come to the old-fashioned sensible mar market
ket market basket idea.

Here's a Price list that will
interest money savers. V

Ivory Soap .8c
P. & G. White Naptha Soap...... 7c
Ciean Easy Soap .5c

Pomanzo' BatlrTablets. .'. . ...... .9c
Ivory Soap Flakes . 11c
All 5c. Washing Powders. ........4c
Green Coffee, per pound ......... 17c

Premium Roasted Coffee... .....25c
Arbuckles Coffee. ....... . ...30c
Barrington Hall Coffee ....... ,50e
AH Varieties 10c Spices........... 7c
New Crop Evaporated Apples,
15 ounces 20c
Mother's, Quaker's and
Purity Oats ..14c
12-oz. Jars Assorted Jams ......25c
Be st Blue Rose Rice, lb 9c
Sweet Potatoes, peck . . . ...... 35c

No. 2 cans "Headlight' Corn..... 17c
' ' -

xo. z cans t;ut ureen-euana... ... .i9c

No. 2 cans Clarke Cran Cranberry
berry Cranberry Sauce ..... .... .... . ..' .40e
No. 3 cans "Helmet" Pumpkin.... 18c"
No. 3 cans "Gold Bar" Spinach . 24c
10-ounce "Gold Bar" Aspar- v ;
agus Tips 32c
1-lb. can Gold Bar Asparagus Tips 514c
lo-oz. can Gelid Bar Cherries. . .23e

15-oz. can Gold Bar Peaches. . X- 29c
1-lb can Libby's Apple Butter. .. .24c
Golden Age Macaroni and
Spaghetti, 3 packages for. .... .2.5c
Rex brand Tomato Ketchup.... rTlSc
Rev. Armour's and Libby's

Corned Beef, 12 oz. i ........ ,34c

1-lbcans Eagle Brand

Sausage Meat .. . . ... ,.39e

1 ib. can Red Salmon....... .....38c

3-lb. can CRISCO ,75c
6-lb. can CRISCO .... . . ... .$1.49

Lard Compound, pound . .'. 16c

Mana oilier items at Honey-Saving Prices.

CHRISTMAS GOODIES
Citron Figs Dates Seedless Raisins
Currants Apples Cranberries
: Nuts of all kinds
Mince Meat Celery Candy

Shop Early while our stock is complete

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HKlSTilAa UliilEli was
in the air everywhere.
The sleigh bells Lad a spe special
cial special tone for Ned Graham

as he sped over the glit glittering
tering glittering snow homeward
bound, the melodious clang
of the skates along the
riyer course made perfect
music to his enraptured
ear, the stars appeared to

shine with a new luster and all for
Him, he almost fancied, on this the
first Christmas eve he could remember
where peace on earth, good will to men

had a real vitalizing meaning, and
himself a part of it all I

Left an orphan at eight, for five
years he had been the slave of a miserly
Id being. Then Victor Wade, a dis distant
tant distant relative, and his wife Alice had
taken Ned to their humble little home.
Ton have no children of your own
and a blessing will come to you for

caring for this poor outcast," the vil village
lage village clergyman had told them, and in

deed his words had come true. He

nestled down into their hearts and
gave them an obedience and love.

And Ned as well shared the shadow
that ; hovered over their lives. Alice
was the. only daughter of the richest

man in Brompton. She had married
Wade against the wishes of Martin

BrilL who had from that hour shut

both of them out of his life.
"He can't treat my dear, good mother

that way !" declared Ned sturdily to
a chum. "Some day I'm going to let
him know how mean he is to the best

two people who ever lived."

Mr. ana Mrs. waae naa gone to a
Christmas entertainment and Ned was
speeding homeward full of holiday

plans.

Dashing through the gateway Ned

came to a sudden halt. A light showed
In the parlor, the porch window of the
room was open, and plainly visible in

side was a rough-appearing man toss tossing
ing tossing over the packages grouped under

the little tree.
"It's a burglar I" gasped the star

tled Ned, "and stealing our Christmas
presents! Hey, you I get out of there
or IH shoot you full of bullets I" and

The members of the business worn-

an's ciud met m tneir ciud rooms

Tuesday evening and held their regu regu-lai
lai regu-lai monthly business meeting. Miss
Winnie Hunt presided in her usual

charming and business-like manner.

Reports were made of work and

many plans discussed and laid to be
put into immediate action whereby
the club will grow and give greater

benefit and pleasure to its members.
A candy sale of home made candy

made by the business girls will" be

held on the Ocala House porch Sat

urday morning. If you want candy,

call on them..

Get the habit of reading the ads.

fill dpi JipV 7

Mr. W. S. Baskin and Miss Nellie
Mae Old, both of Anthony, were quiet quietly
ly quietly married today at the Presbyterian
manse, Dr. John G. Anderson, pastor
of the Presbyterian church, perform performing
ing performing the nuptial ceremony, which was
witnessed by relatives of the couple.
Gainesville Sun.
Mrs. Baskin as Miss Nellie Mae Old
has many friends in Ocala will be
much" interested in the foregoing an announcement.
nouncement. announcement. She is the younger sis sister
ter sister of Mrs. Sam Pyles and Mrs. S. M.
Hooper of this city, whom she has
visited on numerous occasions, and
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Old
of Anthony, are well known in the

county.

Mr. and Mrs. Baskin after a short

wedding trip will return to Anthony

o reside. Mr. Baskin is one of An

thony's most successful farmers, and

: very popular with a large circle of

riends. The best wishes of their

Ocala friends are extended them for
a happy and most prosperous married

ife.

OPEN FORUM OF THE

KENDRICK W. C. T. U.

OUR CHIEF AIM
Has always been to do the very best
repair work possible. If you're in

ned of expert

VULCANIZING
Make it your chief aim to come to see

us. Uur work is guaranteed.

BLALOCK BROS.
PHONE 78
Corner Main and Oklawaha

PYLES & PERKINS

Funeral Directors & Embalmers

PARLORS OPPOSITE POSTOFFICE

Two Hearses. Grey Hearse for White

People Only.

Phones 555 and 225. Open All Night

OCALA. FLORIDA

FOR SALE
LARGE LUE GIM GONG
ORANGE TREES.
Will Deliver and Plant for
$5.50 EACH
The Large Trees.
WARTMANN NURSERY CO.
Ocala, Fla.
10-14, deod-tf
.

Opposite Mclver & MacKayJjStores

J. H. SPENCER

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AGENCY

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

Exclosive Agents for "VESTA" BATTERY, 18 Mo. Gnaranlec
An Up-to-Date Battery Service Station
We Maintain an Up-to-Date Garage with
Expert Workmen, at all times, Assuring
Prompt and Efficient Service. ..r

GASOLINE, OILS AND GREASE.

Ocala

SPENCER-PEDRIIK MOTOR CO.

PHONE 271
. Florida

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TRANSFER
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FIRE (ST
PROOF

Ui7H DTE STAR UN

A Rough Appearing Man Tossing Over

the Packages.

Ned ran to the window, drew a re

volver from its case anjd presented it

la menacing view.

The intruder turned, dashed from

the room into the hall and disap

peared, valiantly triumphant, Ned

went back to the parlor, for tne nrst

moment noticing a small satchel lying

'open on a chair. It somewhat thrilled"

him to observe strange-looking articles

of steel within.

"Burglars', tools I" whispered Ned,

fairly awed. "And here's a great big

wallet stuffed full of papers and bank
notes, and right across it is stamped

the name of Martin Brill' In gilt letters.

Sari This fellow must have robbed

the old man before he came here."

Half an hour later Ned stood in the

garden of the Brill home. Gazing into

the one lighted room of the place he

saw Brill tied to a chair and striving

to dislodge a gag in his mouth. He

was frantic; he tore his hair; Incoher

ently he babbled forth the visit of a

night marauder as Ned released him.

"You're the Wade boy, aren't you r

he Quavered. "You've done me a good

turn. Do another. Call the police.'

"Say," interposed Ned, "if youH

come with me m see that you get your

wallet back."

"What why come with you ;

where?"

"To your daughter's home. A funny

thing has happened, and if you want

your wallet back you've got to go witn
me there."

Half distracted, fully mystified, Mar

tin Brill consented to the strange pro proposal.
posal. proposal. Arrived, Ned told his story,
produced the wallet and restored it to

Its owner.

"Oh 1 lad, you've won my eternal grat gratitude
itude gratitude r cried the delighted old man,
but paused abruptly, his eyes fixed
upon a decorated framed portrait of
fifpnaalf.
"Mr. Wade got the holly for that,"
said Ned, "and your daughter trimmed
It They do that every year."
Martin Brill sat staring at the por portrait,
trait, portrait, a dim mist crossing his eyes.
Ned stole quietly from the room as he
heard footsteps on the front porch.
"Sh-hl" he whispered, reaching It.
"Mother, you've got a visitor ."
"Why, who is Itf asked -Alice sur sur-prlsedly.
prlsedly. sur-prlsedly. "Santa Clans, I'm thinking," was
the prompt response and it was.

Temple Theatre
One Night Only
Monday, December 13

Let's Get Real Chummy and

Make this One Merry Night

Negotiable Storage Receipts Issued

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MOVE, PACK, SHIP
LIVE STOCK, V
PIANOS, BAGGAGE,
MACHINERY,
FURNITURE, ETC

on Cotton, Automobiles, Etc
LONG DISTANCE UOVL'iG
Pluone 298.

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Hellenist.

Hellenes was one of the names of
the Inhabitants of ancient Greece, and

the word Hellenist meant one who af

fected Greek manners, especially
a person of Jewish extraction who used

the Greek, language as his mother
tongue, as did the Jews of Asia Minor,
Greece, Syria and elsewhere. Many

r of the Jews scattered through tne

provinces of Asia Miner during the

first century of the Christian era were

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The Show of Features

AND THOSE
INCOMPARABLE MUSICAL

COMEDY STARS

The first lecture of the open forum

department of the Kendrick W C. T.

was held Monday night at the

Methodist church. The forum was

opened by congregational singing and

a beautiful prayer by Rev. W. F. Cre-J

son, pastor of the Presbyterian church
of Ocala. Rev. Mabel Quam Stevens
was then" introduced and delivered her

amous lecture. "The Little Red Rose."

Dressed in native Palestine costume.

Rev. Stevens addressed a large and
very interested and appreciative au

dience. People from Reddick. Lowell.

Martin, Zuber, Anthony, Belleview

and Ocala were in attendance, and at

the close expressed themselves as be
ing well pleased and more than re
paid for coming. Rec. Searles of Belle

view, closed the forum with a touch

mg prayer that each one present

might carry the sweet lessons of love

from the "Little Red Rose" into their

home lives.

The Kendrick W. C. T. U. feels that

its first effort in this diretcion has

been a success in every way, both ft

r.ancially and m the good results

which have been accomplished, and it

is hoped in the future to civ its n

irons otner equally good entertain

ments. They also desire to publicly
thank all of the friends who so loyally
helped to make it a success. The pro

ceeds of the entertainment will be di

vided between the W. C. T. U. and the

Kendrick church.

Reporter Kendrick Union.

FRESHMEN ILL TREATED AT

UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA

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HARHONY QUART

JEWELED ILLUMINATED

FLIRTATION RUNWAY
Extending 15 Rows in Audience
HIGHEST SMJWED CHORUS I
IN THE WORLD I

A feast of frolic and frivolity

with a corking comedy cast.

Permit us to warn patrons

to seeure seats well in ad advance
vance advance and avoid standing in

line at box office.

Seats on sale Thursday

at Conrt Pharmacy
Prices, $2.00, $1.50, $1.00, 75c

L. ALEXANDER

PRACTICAL CARPENTER AND

BUILDER

Careiul estimates made on all coi-

tract viork. Gives more and better

work fir the money than any other

contra ci or in the city.

WM. A. TINSMAN
CONTRACTOR
ALL WORK GUARANTEED
Estimates Furnished Free

Read Carefully These Prices?

Sugar, per lb 11c
Best Head Rice, per lb. 12c
Nine pounds for $1.00
Best Blue Rose Rice, per lb. 10c
Eleven pounds for $1.00
P. & G. and Octagon Soap, three
cakes for 25c
Cleaneasy Soap 4 cakes for. 25c
Pearline, Grandma, Lighthouse
and Octagon Wash Pwdr..5c
Seafoam Wash Powder 4 for. 25c

Jello Ice Cream Powder, fine for

pudding, two for.

....25c

Three cans
Peas for
Three cans
Corn for

No. 2 size Premier
.?1.00

No. 2 si2e

Premier
85c

Reddick Peanut Butter Ib...30c
Four-lb. Buckets $1.20
Eight-lb. Buckets ..$2.30

Argo Starch three for. .... .25c
Pure Lird in bulk and in three
and five-pound buckets.
Breakfast Bacon in pieces, 2. to
3 lbs. per lb. . . .... .37c
WTiite Bacon, per lb. ...... .24c
By the side .23c
Lard Compound per lb. . .17Hc
Maxwell House Coffee lb... 42c
Klim, 1-lb. size. ... ....... .95c
Klim, 2-lb size. ........ $1.90
Klim, 5-lb. size $3.50
Meal and Grits, 6 lbs'..... 25c
Sausage casings.
Fresh eggs always on hand.
Our eggs are guarantied.
Liquid Smoke.
Henry-Clay Flour.
Pillsbury and Gold Medal
Flour.
New Syrup in pints, quarts,
two quarts and in bulk.

All other Groceries as Low as Good Quality
and Foil Weight will allow.

FARMERS' EXCHANGE
Merchants Block

8IHHE

Tire Prices Kediiieei

, DIAMOND. Non-Skid, 30x3, $9ft A A
old price $23.80, now..... V.yy
DIAMOND Plain, 30x3. 6C M
;' old price $17.60, now..... VM.v.X)V I
6,000 Mile Guarantee
FEDERAL, FISK AND DIAMOND TUBES I
Our Repair Department in charge of all-round 2
mechanics. Expert Generator and Radiator man. J
DIXIE GAEAei j
JAS. ENGESSER, Proprietor :
Phone 258 r West Broadivay 5

(St. Augustine Record)

Gainesville, Dec. 6. Hazing at the

University of Florida, for many years

an outstanding feature of the college

life in the first few weeks of each

scholastic year, is continuing with un

abated force as the first semester
draws to a close. It is said to have
gotten completely beyong control of

President A. A. Murphree and his able
corps of assistants. Dr. Murphree was

out of the city last week, and the sit

nation is claimed to nave grown so

serious that Vice President Farr sen

several score of freshmen home for
their, own protection and to save the

institution from further disgrace and

probable court scandal if not indict

ments in case some of the numerous

fights should result in fatal injuries

it was stated.

Several sophomores have been
knocked unconscious by freshmen, who

have been beaten nearly every night

since the opening of school, they say,

and have finally revolted against the

treatment they are receiving. "We. do

not mind a few weeks of dazing or in

ltiatiori, said one of the freshmen

here today who refused the offer to go

home and armed himself instead, "bu

three months of it is too much to

tand. I have not been able to studv

at night, and hardly a freshman has

made a passing grade in any subject,

so pestered and bullied have we been

since we came here. Of course I will

not return after Christmas, because I
am wasting my time here, but I re

fuse to let them run me away until
the Christmas holidays begin."

The heads of 150 freshmen have

just been shaved, and the upper class

men are' hunting for the others who
were overlooked, hid away at the time

or who succeeded in whipping their
particular "barbers."

Another freshman interviewed to

day is one who. is spending for an ed

ucation the money he saved out of his

$33 per month m France. "Nothing
I went through in the army here or
overseas for two years is as bad as
what they have done to me here," he

said. "I am sorrv. I was ambition

and worked hard, but I am going to

fail in my examinations because, they

won't let us study for hazing us every
night." This boy laid ot four of the

upper classmen but others finally over

powered him, poured syrup in his hair.

and then shaved it off, using the sy

rup instead of soap. "It was the most

painful thing I ever went through,"
he said, "but I was so bruised from
my former fizbts I had to submit to

it."

MILLINERY
EXCLUSIVE AND DISTINCTIVE
Every Hat in the
Affleck Millinery Parlor
is now on Sale at
HALF PRICE
Come Early and
GET YOUR CHOICE

Not a hat in the above establishment but what
is authentic in style and fitness and well worth
the Original Price. .
111 E. BROADWAY, near Western Union.

SUGAR, 10 Vic

Stop, look and listen. Get the U-

Serve habit, for its' a good one. Camp Campbell's
bell's Campbell's Soups 12s.; Campbell's Pork

and, Beans 12c; Octagon Soap 7c

Kingan's .Pork and Beans large tins

. NEEDHAM MOTOE CO. J
General Repairing,
Storage, Gasoline, Oils and Grease.
We use genuine Ford Parts. Cars washed, $1.00
AGENTS FOR 5
SCRIP PS BO O TH SIX :
Phone 252 Ccr. Cklawalia end Cre
Used Cars for Sale t

THE WMPE

MOTEL

C JACKSONVILLE, ZWWDA
In the heart of the city with Hemming Park for a front yard.
Every modern convenience in each room. Dining rocxa ferric la
second to none

ROBERT M. MEYER,
Manager.

J. E. KAVANAUGH
Prtfiftfir.

Geo. MacKay S Co.
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

LIFE

rim

A. E. GERIG
INSURANCE
.- Ocala, Borida"'
ACCIDENT AUTOMOBILE

The road to sncctcs Is sdTcrtlr!'

lata, 'J -' 1 '.'

Phone No. 526, 215 W. 6th SV Ocala

12c: Bex Bacon slieed 65c 7-2t



OCALA EVENING STAR, WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 8, 1920

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Ichone to five-one.

society items,

Mr. C. W. Hunter has returned from
visit to Jacksonville. : V

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Iced Maple Goodies 45 cents a pound
at Bitting & Co. 2-6t

Cranberries 18 cents a pound, two
pounds for 35 cents. W. A, Stroud, tf

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nwiiift?I AniA lUbtLr dnlr i 0 open o

.y UJiJlJl HJai. nca u?gulhz,9 Two Weeks

Sale, beginning Thursdsiy, Dec. 9lh, we will seji regular $3
and $5 values QUALITY BRAND ALUMINUM WARE, guar guaranteed
anteed guaranteed for Twenty Years, at Little More than Factory Cost.

One Day Only for Aluminum Ware December 9lh,
Starting at 9;00 A. M.

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.1 Geo. MacKay &o. ;

' Mr. W. H. Clark of Lake Weir,
spent the day in town with his sons

iand daughters.

JACOB'S SUPERB CANDIES in

jholiday boxes. Prices from 5c. to $25.

exclusive!

3-10t

Anti-Moncpoly Drug Store"

ag-ent.

Abruzz? seed rye, ?4 per bushel.

Iu-st proof seed oats, $1.50 per bushel.

Ocala Seed Store. 22-tf

Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Burford re-

turned this afternoon from a short

visit to Jacksonville.

Get the best bread it's FEDERAL.

Sold by grocers or at the bakery in
the Ocala House block. 8-6t

Peanut Squares 35 cents a pound at

2-6t

Bitlinsr & Co

Mr. John Batts of Miami arrived in

the city yesterday for a visit at the

ilcme of his parents.

Uhocolate Pralines 40 cents a pound

at Bitting & Co. 2-6t

Salt and fresh water fish, oysters,
hrimp, etc., at City FISH Market,

9 Ft. King Ave., phone 158. 27-tf

A CLSAH SKIN
Women do not have to patrcnisa
the beauty parlor for if their skin
fs disfigured rith pimples and

"?grfs,giA- blotches,

blood is in
disorder
they should
obtain at
the drug

store that
-wonderful
blood tonic
and altera-"
tive of Dr.
P i e r c e 'a
which )he
placed be before
fore before the

public over fifty years ago.
: Macon, Ga. I might say X
raised my family on Dr. Pierce's
Golden Medical Discovery. It is
the best medicine I have known for
coughs, I always 4 gave it to my
t children, and it not only helped the"
cough but gave them strength, and
whenever any of the rest of the
family had a bad cough I would
.give them Golden Medical Discov Discovery,
ery, Discovery, too. I had the influenza, and
it left me with n bad cough and
otherwire run down. I toe!; a
couple of bottles of Golden Jud Judical
ical Judical Discovery and ;t rid c tha
cough and built me up in Ith.
'-' 4 Golden Modical Bl'vrj is tl;9
best medicine 1 ravo ever ur in
my family to puj ify the b!oH2 and
to drive out impurities from thz ?.'
tern.' Mrs. J.'VV. Iisrco, No.
2140 Second Street.

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UNCLA

ADVERTJS

IFIED
MEMTS

The Ocala Jewelers

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Hamilton Watches.
AValtham Watches".
Elgin Watches
Standard Watches

Lancet Watches

LOST, FOUND, FOR

Ii 5- SAIE FOR RENT AND SIM-

Hf ILAR LOCAL NEEDS
; Rates: Six lines, maximum, one time,
f! j2jc;'three times, 50c; six times, 75c.;
I! one month, $3. Payable in advance.
It f -
j DRESSMAKING-For first class
i I dressmaking, evening gowns a spe

cialty and all kinds of intricate
work, phone Miss Perry, at Florida
House. 3-Ct

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;FOR

"U Apply to'C03 E. Second St.

REN T Furnish?

d apartment.

30-tf

II Imported .Watches,

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Mr. G. W. Chase is home from

Jacksonville, where he attended a
meeting of the Southern Development

Association.

Cocoa Bonbons 40 cents a pound at

I Bitting & Co. 26t

The King's Daughters need tin
cups preferably pints. It may sur,

pi ise people to know it, but the
King's Daughters are providing sev seventy
enty seventy children every day with soup.
Give them cups and it will be en entirely
tirely entirely appropriate to give them some something
thing something to put in them. Leave cups,
ETC., at the home of Mrs. Bittinger.

See our Butterfly
POOK SHOP.

window.

THE

7-3t

Mrs. f Martha Williams will leave

today for Whitney, to spend the next'

few weeks as the guest of her daugh

ter Mrs. Jack Horrell.

Come at once to get your bulbs-

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

Cc urt Pharmacy. Phone 284. 2-6t

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...
cala .Auito aiMLGanracie Compaiiy
t Successors to Gates Garage
We sell Philadelphia Diamond Grid Batteries
Chandler and Cleveland Automobiles
Lbok'at our Used Cars. All are Bargains.ana Gdaranteed as represented.
Nr M-.1 .;;. -y it i.-;f. x :: ;::;:'---vC:v.:v; ;. ;;;-:;
Tires, Tubes, Accessories and Storage
Cars Washed 1.00 Cars Polished $1.00

There will be a lecture on "The

Church in America," delivered in

I Grace church tonight at 8 o'clock by

Rev.John J. Neiehbour. rector.

Special price for electric irones un

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

Abruzzi seed rye, $4 per bushel.

Rust proof seed oats, $1.50 per bushel.

Ocala Seed Store. 22-tf

If it is service ycu are after. and

the choicest meats and fancy, groc

eiies, just phone 243, Cook's Market

fnd Grocery. . 1-1 0t
Butterfly -eifts at THE BOOK

SHOP.

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The household goods of- Mr. and

Mrs. Robert Anderson Jr. have about

all arrived and the bungalow that they
will occupy on Oklawaha avenue, on
which Mr, Anderson has had improve improvements
ments improvements made, Is almost completed and
in about two weeks will be in readi readiness.
ness. readiness. It will be one of .the prettiest
of the smaller homes in Ocala?

Cranberries 18 cents a pound, two
pounds for 35 cents. W.'A. Stroud; tf

Mrs. Blanche Allen left yesterday

afternoon for Bushnell, where she
will join her children and aunt, and
they will all make that town their
home.

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If your grocer doesn't supply you

with FEDERAL bread, let us serve
you at the bakery, Ocala House
block. 8-6t

Don't fail to visit the Guarantee

Clothing & Shoe Company.' Every Everything
thing Everything we sell is guaranteed. We're

ghting for QUALITY not prices, tf

STAR JOB DEPARTMENT

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P. 0. BOX 606
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LETTERHEADS, BILLHEADS, CARDS, CIRCULARS, FOLDERS, FINE BOOKLETS, ETC.

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Ocala Lodge K. of P. has bad its

sick brother, J. L. Lawrence, taken to

the hospital, and a report from that
institution this afternoon says he is
X? improving.

1919 five-passenger Buick, five

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

We never disappoint a customer on a promise.
You get the job When its due.'

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Mr. W. W. Harriss and son-in-law

anil r?itlr1itof 1WV onrl Hfi-Q TTtviiithI

SIX I Martin, are expected to return to the

J";! city this afternoon from a motor trip

to points south.

ELECTRA

SUGAR, lO'aC

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ElectraDec. 7, Rev. W. T. Spears
of Leesburg-filled his" appointment
here Sunday. t
; Miss Annie Stapleton who has been
" away from home for some time visit visited
ed visited her parents Sunday, and celebrated
her sixteenth 'birthday while here.
Many of her friends were present and
giad to see her home again.

Mrs. Stapletoh's brother of Ohio, ;

who spent a few dajgp here, left today
for points osuth.

: Stop, look and. listen. Get the U U-Serve
Serve U-Serve habit, for its' a good one. Camp?
bell's Soups 12s.; Campbell's Pork
mi1 Rpans 12c: Octacron Soap 7c:

hkingan's Pork and Beans, large tins

12c; Box Bacon sliced 55c.

7-2t

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NOTICE TO

CONTRACTORS

A SAFE TEST

need of a

Sealed proposals will be received by
r!ie board of county commissioners of
Marion county, at the office of said
board, irr the court house, Ocala, Flor Florida,
ida, Florida, up to twelve o'clock noon, on the
22nd day of December, 1920, for fur fur-n:shing
n:shing fur-n:shing to said county 20 cars, more
or less, of crushed limestone rock, de

livered at Cocowitch s wood spur, four

ARCADE PRESSING
CLUB REOPENED

Having purchased the outfit of the
Arcade Pressing Club on S6uth Mag Magnolia
nolia Magnolia street, t 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 delivered
livered delivered to any part of the city.
6-6t Phone 228. W. G. Pitts.

dies.

. wwot IW ic i,. ..cu K. .m -r t- n o

remedy for kidney troubles and bacJC-iP"" wesi ui vu. mcuuu
ache, lit, is a;god plan to try Doan's land Hernando railroad, at Dunenllon
Kidney Pills; They are strongly rec- id Lebanon hard road crossing; also,
ommended hy Ocala people. Ask your .kids on hauling, spreading and dress dress-neighbor!
neighbor! dress-neighbor! ing lime on unfinished portion of Dun-Mrs..OUie-Mordis,:.
228 Franklin nellon and Lebanon road, in this
SU.Ocalasays; "I had-been suffer- county, approximately 4400 feet said
ing intense pains in my, kidneys. 'material to be spread on roadbed nine
There was hardly a day. passed but feet wide and eight inches deep,
what a dragging pain would settlej O.H.Rogers,
across my kidneys and my limbs Chnirman Board of County Commis-

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wouiu aiso nurt me.. My kidneys were . sioners.

weak ana mere were other distress-! tt
ing kidney disorders. The different NOTICE
medic-nea I took didn't helo me and j : 1
when-a friend told rnc i to try Doan's Notice is herebv'given that the un un-rfLi
rfLi un-rfLi -i i ;After tkmS tms dersigned board of county commis commis-niC
niC commis-niC JXi a,.,mnt?n disappear- sionerS on or before the 22nd day of
T&W? nt ih t 1 Ve ake" December, 1920, will receive bids for
?ln2t ai rlJ? yPtom of. each furnishing to said county sixteen

iruuuic uiiu jutve ufen GUICKIV npnpfir- j i j -in.-

tt'iJijjicue sLiinauius aim inswiJiing ol

. .. "sanie, according to specifications of

tuc at all dealers. Dnn't the ntv nf Coaa whito to-v crefsm

simply ask for a kidney remedy get The board reserves the right:to reject
Doan's Kidney Pills the. same that anv or all bids. O TT Rnr

Mrs. Morals had. Foster-Milburn Co., Chairman Board of County Commis-

iuirs., ouumo, in. x. AavT 4 sioners.

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Price

Let us show you our Christmas can-

We have just received 600

pounds which we are selling at half

price, direct irom tne iactory. Uit-

Come at once to get your bulbs-

trumpet and white narcissus' crocus,

hyancinths, tulips and muscari. The

Court Pharmacy. Phone 284. 2-6t

The following out of town shoppers
were noted on the streets Tuesday:
Mrs. D.: O. Stanley and Miss Grace

Stanley, Belle view; Mr. Otto Young,
Shady; Mrs. Charles May, Pedo; Mrs.
J. A. Lawrence, Levon; Mrs. H.R.

Parks, Burbank; Mrs. Reese E. Lind Lindsay;
say; Lindsay; Anthony; Mrs W. A. Redding,
Summerfield; Miss Nannie Bell, Char Charter
ter Charter Oak; MissLula M. Dudley, Belle Belle-viey;
viey; Belle-viey; Mrs. H. G. Shealy, Sparr.

Bring your old mirrors' to us for re-

silvering. Youll be surprised at the
low cost. We guarantee every job.

Ocala Mirror and Plating Company,

Yonge block, phone 504. 8-tf

The friends ofMr. and Mrs. Chris

tian Ax are glad to welcome their re

turn to the city lor the winter, after

a summer spent at their camp in

Maine, and; the past month in Balti

more, where Mrs. Ax was with her

mother, Mrs. Keidel during her illness

and death. Mrs. Ax's sister, Miss

Daisy' Keidel, did not accompany Mr.
and Mrs. Ax as was expected, but will
arrive in the city after Christmas to
spent most of the winter at the home

of her sister.5

Mr. Barron, business manager of
'The Bird of Paradise", company,
spent today in town. This is another
good show scheduled to appear in
Ocala December 23rd.

Come at once to get your bulbs
trumpet and white narcissus, crocus,
hyancinths, tulips and muscari. The

Court Pharmacy. Phone 284. 2-6t t

ting & Co.

Mr. C. A. Richardson of Hicksville,
O., who spent most of last winter in
this city, and his family, are again
with us, which much pleases the
friends they made during their f or-

2-6t mer visit.

:C. Cecil Bpyaiit:

Accounting and Auditing
i PHONE 332

Auto Repairing
EFFICIENT WORKMEN, -PROMPT
SERVICE.

REASONABLE CHARGES

We repair all makes of cars and

specialize on Maxwell, Chalmers and

Oakland autos.

GEO. J. WILLIAMS
Formerly Carroll Motor Company
. Garage, Osceola St.
4 Phone Night Phone 408

Wrist Watches m White,
Gold, Green and Red
Diamond Rings
Ruby Rings
Sapphine Rings in Blue, PimV
- White and Golden
Pearl Rings
Emerald Rings
Cameo Rings, all kinds -Opal
Rings

- Topaz lungs
Emblem Rings, all orders
BROOCHES: Diamonds and
; Platinum, Cameos and
? Others, a Large
Asortment
BAR PINS: Gold, Silver,
Platinoid, etc. Fine
Assortment -Cuff
Buttons and Linkgs all
Kinds
Collar Pins
Beauty and Dress Pins
Lingerie Clasps
Big Holders
- Bracelets
' Tie Clasps
Collar Pins, Gold and Silver
Hat Pins
LaValierres in Platinum,
Diamonds and all Kind
and Shapes
Necklaces and Lockets ;
Crosses
Vanity Cases
t Mesh Bags, Soldered Links
, Umbrellas, Ladie sand Gents
Silver and Gold Belt Buckles
Belts, the Best Leather
Sheaffer Fountain Pens, the
Best- Pen on the Market
Ever-Sharp Pencils
Gold Handle Pocket Knives
Pearl Handle Pocket Knives
0 hill ns
T'Coa? arid Waldeman Chains
' Fobs, all Kinds
Community Silver, Every
Thing
Cut Glass, the Prettiest Line
t Vases, Large Selection
Water Sets
Glasware, Large Line
Plateaus
Manicure Sets, Large and
3 Small
.'.-.. Gorham Sterling Silver
Clocks, Mantel, Traveling.
. and Alarm
' Harmonicas
Chests of Silver, tSerling
: and Plate
t Child's Sets and Sups
Dorine Boves
Pearls, La Tausca. Delta and
Richelieul
Thimbles
Optical Goods of all Kinds in
Charge of the Eye Spe Specialist;
cialist; Specialist; Dr. K. J.
Weihe
Ingersoll atches,' all Kinds
We feel that we have the
largest and best line of goods
. in Ocala. Come and look
them over, and let us help
T you make your Christmas se selection
lection selection now.-
WEIHE CO
THE OCALA JEWELERS,
Ocala, Fla.

l I "WANTED Young lady to assist in

taking inventory. Must know how
to write on typewriter. Apply at
Auto Sales Co., Mack Taylor, phone
.348. v ' 7-2t

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FOR RENT Several large and com com-fortable
fortable com-fortable fdrnishsd rocrhs. Apply at

'XgOl Oklawaha avenue.

7-nt

FOR SALE Two commercial Dodge
atuomobiles. Experss bodies. Apply

to E. C. Jordan &,Co., Ocala. 7-St

FOR RENT Three rooms for light
housekeeping. Apply at 34 North
Sanchez Stl, or phone 238. 7-3t
FOR SALE Six room house with
bath, largelot, $1000. See John R.

Rogers, owner, 120 S. Magnolia St.,
Ocala. '3-6t

CABBAGE 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

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RENT. My entire home which

can be used as two apartments, on
Orange avenue. For further partic particulars
ulars particulars see me or call Mrs. Martha
Williams at the home of Mrs. R. S.
Hall, Fort King avenue. 19-tf

3 t

!' WANTED A good farmer to farm
1 on shares. Also would ?ike to plant

ll ten, fifteen or twenty Acres of cats

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on shares. 1 nave good land near

town. W. D. Cam. 15-tf
LAKE WEIR Two completely fur furnished
nished furnished cottages for sale at Wood Wood-mar,
mar, Wood-mar, Eastlake; running water, bath
' room, toilet, acetylene gas, two bed bed-brooms
brooms bed-brooms in each honse. For prices and
particulars, apply Jo D. S. Wood-.
row, Box 581, Ocala, Fla. 29-tf
5HERO-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,
phone 167.- 2(Mm

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ILilDi SCHEDULES
Arrival and departure of passenger
trains at OCALA UNION STATION.
The following schedule figures pub published
lished published as information and not guar guaranteed.
anteed. guaranteed. t j, i:
(Eastern Standard Time)
SEABOARD AIR LINE RAILROAD

Lea;r
:15 am
:55 pm
:17 pm

Arrive
2:10 am
1:34 am
'4:15 pm

Jacksonville-N'York
Jacksonville
Jacksonville'
Tamna-

2:15 am Manatee- 4:05 in
St. Petersburg
:15 am Tampa 2:10 am
2:15 am Manatee- 4:17 pm

4:05 pm Tampa-St. Petrsbrg 4:17 pm

f ATLANTIC COAST LINE R. XL
Leave Arrive
2:12 pm Jacksonville-N'York 2:43 am
1:45 pm Jksonville-Gainsville 3:35 pm
6:42 am Jksonville-Gnesville 10:13 pm
2:43 am St-Petsbrg-Lakeland 2:12 am
3:35 pm St. Petsbrg-Lak eland 1:25 pm
7:10 am Dunnellon-Wilcox
7:23 am Dunellon-Lkeland 11:03 pm

3:2o pm Homosassa 1 :30 pn.

FOR SALE High- grade, slightly

usea piano at a oargam. will ar arrange
range arrange terms to responsible party.
Address C. V. Fuller, care the
Ctar. 4-Ct

FOR SALE A six-room cottage.

modern conveniences, on S. Third
street. Cheap Snd terms if desired.
Communicate with owner, box 609,
city, r C-Ct

LOST Crank for Hudson car, be between
tween between Reddick and Ocaja postofSce.
Suitable reward if left at the Star
office. 6-3t

I OR SALE Heavy white iron bed bedstead
stead bedstead and spring, dresser and heat heater.
er. heater. Phone 332 or call at 805 Tus-

cawilla for further information.

WANTED- Ten common laborers for
work in crate factory at Oak, Flor Florida.
ida. Florida. 6-Ct

FOR RENT Light 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 in first class
condition; Fred J. Burden, Em-
poria, Fla. 7-2 1

COWS FOR SALE Good milkers,
Holstein and Jersey breeds; very
gentle and ideal family cows. Also
one 2-year-old Jersey bull, Camp's
5 stock and three graded Jersey heif heifers.
ers. heifers. Abner Pooser, 515 South 9th
St., phone 576 8-tf

10:13pm

4:45 pm

Leesburg

Gainesville

6:42 am

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rMonday, Wednesday, Friday. j
Tnesdav. Thursday. RstuHnv

Don't eat "soggy" bread when you
can get the best made at the same
pnee. Federal Bakery. 8-6t

Dim vision, arising from

S5 a number of causes, gen-

KiVis" 'erally yields immediately
PSec to the influence of skil skil-J.Yi&s
J.Yi&s skil-J.Yi&s fully fitted glasses.
DR. K. J. WEIHE,
Optometrist and Optician
Eyesight Specialist

Meet me at the American Cafe.
Ur.ion Station, Ocala, for a iegul;r
dinnerfamily style. Best dinner x
th state for Ibc. Eat and drink U
you want. Time for dinner 11 a. m. to
2:0 p. m. VU&

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