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OGALA, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 9, 1920.
- HEEOEO BADLY
Crowds of Officials' in the Way of
Each Other in Work of.Govern of.Govern-:
: of.Govern-: ment Building Construction
Washington, Dec. 9. Pleading for
reorganization of the system" of hand hand-hug
hug hand-hug national waterways,: M. 0. Leigh Leigh-ton,
ton, Leigh-ton, chairman of national public
works, declared before the National
Rivers and Harbors Congress in ses session
sion session here that it wouM be impossible
tc build a business like the waterways
structure "on a rotten foundation."
lie said that business efficiency de depends
pends depends on co-ordination of activities,
adding that 25 separate government
.agencies dealt with building con construction.
struction. construction. ; f v
MAYO RETIRED V
Rear Admiral Maye the war-time
commander of the Unnsd States fleet,
goes on the retired U "t today after
17 years of active service.
HONOR FOR BANK HEAD
The Senate held memorial services
tcday in honor of the late Senator
Bank head of Alabama.
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,
CLARA BARTON SMITH
REPORTED AT ELPASO
ElPaso; Dec. 9. Clara Barton
Smith, wanted in Ai-imore, Okla.,
charged with the fatal shooting of
Jake Hamion, a millionaire, is in El ElPaso
Paso ElPaso at the home of Iter parent, ac according
cording according to Sheriff Orndorff:
HARD WORK FORI HARDING
To Consider' All the Letters from
x Would-be Officers Holders
i (Associated Press)
Marion, Dec. 9 Senator Harding
is back at his desk answering corres correspondence
pondence correspondence and. wading through a stack
of applications from job hunters.
Waterman fountain pens at THE
We have recently received several
jobs jn LADIES' HATS, beautiful
felts, etc., which you can buy cheap
at FISHER'S.., J tf
.Ocala, Fla., Dec. 6th.
I most respectfully -call to the at attention
tention attention of the; patrons of the Ocala
postoflice, 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 dur-ing
ing 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 service
ice service 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 ower right hand side.
Every parcel should contain the send sender's
er's sender's name and address on a card on
the inside of the parcel.
Mail" them early. Parcels may be
endorsed f'Not to bev opened until
Christmas day" or with similar in inscription.
scription. inscription. Patrons will be assured
that their parcels will be received in
time and opened Christmas day.
Otherwise they may be delayed.
Robt. F.-Rogers. P. M.
Abruzzi seed rye, $4 per V bushel.
Rust proof seed oats, $1.50 per bushel.
Ocala Seed Store.. 22-tf
Don't fail to visit the Guarantee
Clothing & Shoe Company. Every Everything
thing Everything we sell is jruaranteed. We're
ightinsr for QUALITY not prices, tf J
SUBJECTS WILL BE
j OF CONSIDERABLE SIZE
' (Associated Pres3)
Kansas City, Dec. p. The subject
of public policy and welfare are the
chief topics on the program of the
convention of the International Farm
Congress. Thousands of delegates are
' expected. : -;
Victor records for Christmas at
fHE BOOK SHOP. 9-3t
Crane's stationery in boxes or by
the pound!. Tydings & So., opposite
Harrington Hall hotel. tf
HELP THEM UNTIL
' ilEXT HARVEST
Appeal in Behalf of Destitute Chil Children
dren Children from European Council to
(.Associated Press) i
New York, Dec. 9. The European
relief council has issued "ap appeal to
the American people to contribute
$33,000,000 for feeding and caring for
2,500,000 destitute European children
until, the next harvest.
LARGE CROWDS ATTENDED
THE FIRST DAY OF
" MacKAY & COMPANY SALE
The immense sale that is taking
place at George MacKay & Company's
big store for the next two weeks be began
gan began this morning, and all day long
throngs of people were in and out of
the store, examining the articles of offered
fered offered at reduced prices that are so
appropriate for Christmas gifts.
The aluminum ware sale was the
special attraction today and many
housewives were present to takes ad advantage
vantage advantage of the opportunity to obtain
necessary kitchen utensils at reduced
. There were many other shoppers
present purchasing toys for the chil children
dren children and furniture and household
goods for other members of the fam
ily. Even accessories for the auto
mobile, such as spot lights, horns,
laprobes, Thermos bottles, etc., were
being sold. There are on display
fancy pillows, chafing dishes, electric
lamps, tea wagons, etc., any of which
would please the most fastidious as
George MacKay & Co. have extend extended
ed extended a cordial invitation' to everybody
to attend this sale, whether they
make a purchase or not and now is a
splendid time to' visit' thus huge store
and see for yourself the varied line of
goods carried in stock.
MAKING A M6NKEY :
OUT OF MARY
Surgeons Graft Thyroid Gland of an
Ape Into the Neck of the
.;.,' (Associated Press)
Chicago, Dec. 9. The surgeons who
grafted a thyroid gland of a monkey
into the neck of Mary Zembek, aged
19, known as the "Dungeon Girl,? be
cause she has been hidden in a. cellar
by her parents since babyhood, are
strongly hopeful of success for the
operation. The girl has the body and
mentality of a four-year-old child.
Visit THE BOOK SHOP gift le-
p rtment. 1 9-2t
Full line of smokers' articles, pipes,
tobacco,' cigars, etc. Tydings & Co.,
opp. Harrington Hall hotel. tf
Ladies!; EVERWEAR SILK HOSE
reduced, to $1.75, all shades, at
Salt and fresh water fish, oysters,
hrimp. etc.. at Citv FISH Market.
9 Ft. King Ave (phone 158. 27-tf
Don't fail to visit the Guarantee
Clothing & Shoe Company. Every Everything
thing Everything we sell is guaranteed. We're
ighting for. QUALITY not prices, tf
' When you buy fish from us they arc
dressed ready for cooking. Oysters
and shrimp. City FISH Market, No.
No. 9 Ft. King Ave., phone 158. 27-tf
-The CHRISTMAS store is THE
BOOK SHOP. 9-3t
Get the best bread it's FEDERAL.
Sold by grocers or at the bakery in
the Ocala House block. 8-6t
Manicure sets, either pearl or Py
ri-lin handles. Just the thing for her
Christmas gift. '" Tydings & Co. tf
Bubble books, they talk; walking
dolls, they walk. THE BOOK SHOP.
Apalachicola oysters every day.
Cooks Market and Grocery, phone
243, North Main street. 17-tf
CHILDREN'S DRESSES reduced
to about half-price. -FISHEL'S tf
Sugar 10c. per pound. Whittington.
Phones 377 and 162. ." 9-3t
Oil THEIR CREWS
Impossible to Tell When Italian OSS OSS-cera
cera OSS-cera May be Betrayed by
Men to D'AnnunzIo
';" (Associated Press)
London, Dec. 9. Officers of an Ital
ian submarine chaser were threacher threacher-ously
ously threacher-ously ound and gagged by their crew
aid taken to Fiume, says a Milan dis dispatch
patch dispatch describing the desertjon of the
vessel from the blockading .fleet.
D'Annunzio addressed the crew amid
cheers.' The officers later were re
leased and letf on the train.
REPORT OF INTERSTATE
Washington, Dec. 9.--Immediate
payment to the railroads of sums due
them under the guaranty provisions
of the transportation act but withheld
under the ruling of the comptroller of
the treasury was declared by the In Interstate
terstate Interstate Commerce Commission in its
annual report today to be 'Vital
in order that the carriers may prop properly
erly properly serve the public." The commis commission
sion commission recommended that Congress
amend the railroad act to permit the
release and payment to the roads of
the money thus tied up.
Many of the roads are -greatly han handicapped
dicapped handicapped because of their inability to
collect the guaranty, the commission
said. Although advances against the
anticipated deficit were made in
scores of instances, the report said,
some of the roads made no application
for aid prior to September 1 and as a
result they are estopped from claim claiming
ing claiming even a portion of moneys "justly
due them" until the mechanical work
of completing their audit for the en entire
tire entire guaranty period can be accom accomplished.
plished. accomplished. The commission &&(d that in most
cases it could now determine "amounts
or parjs of amounts dfle the carriers,"
but tcat its certifications of these
sums to the treasury could not be
honored by tlrtf treasury since the
comptroller had ruled that such appli applications
cations applications for advances must have been
granted prior' to September 1. The
commission believed .it should be au authorized
thorized authorized to make "reasonable esti estimates"
mates" estimates" to alleviate the difficulties con confronting
fronting confronting many carriers 'in meeting
Operating expense's, fixed charges, etc.
The year's rail operations have de developed
veloped developed the need of several Qther
changes in laws, the commsision said.
It urged Congress to amend the in interstate
terstate interstate commerce act. to provide for
the punishment of any person "offer "offering
ing "offering or giving to an employe of a car carrier
rier carrier subject to the act any money, or
think of value with intent to influ influence
ence influence his action or decision with re respect
spect respect to car service and also to pro provide
vide provide the punishment of the guilty
Appropriate legislation governing
the transportation of explosives was
asked as were changes in laws affect
ing th awarding of reparations for
damages which, the commission held,
should be a matter entirely for the
adjudication of courts.
i ne menace oi wooden passenger
coaches was set forth as another sub-
jeer for legislation action, thk com
mission urging that the roads be com compelled
pelled compelled to use steel cars in all passen
ger train service and prohibited from
using wooaen cars between or in
front of steel coaches.
Referring to the question, of bribery
ex ranroaa employees, tne commission
"As a result of the inadequacy of
the car supply and of railroad trans transportation
portation transportation facilities generally during
the past year, a practice has grown
up among shippers of bribing operat operating
ing operating employees of railroad companies
in order to obtain transportation ser
vices. The demoralizing effects of
this practice are far-reaching. Brib Bribery
ery Bribery of this character in many in
stances can not be directly and effec
tively reached under existing laws."
On the subject of equipmemVsupply,
the commission declared that while
tfce shortage could be minimized by
car conservation and increased effic
lency, the only permanent solution
... t A A 1 .
was suusuanuai additions to equip
ment. The latest general statistics of
the commission shower that the rail
roads under its jurisdiction owned ap approximately
proximately approximately 2,368,870 freight cars
while an additional 140,000 cars were
owned privately. The freight cars
were divided as follows: 1,062,830 box
cars, 1,009,875 open top cars, 107,820
flat cars, 83,000 stock cars, 60,200 re refrigerator
frigerator refrigerator cars and 45,000 cars of mis miscellaneous
cellaneous miscellaneous types.
. Despite the shortage of equipment
enumerated by the commission, it
showed that the volume of freight car carried
ried carried during the first seven months of
1920 exceeded by 17.1 per cent the
freight traffic for the corresponding
period in 1919. Freight traffic as a
.whole for the last seven months also
THE MARION COUNTY BOARD OF TRADE MEETS TONIGHT AT
8 O'CLOCK. SEVERAL MATTERS CF IMPORTANCE WILL COME
BEFORE THE ORGANIZATION TO BE DISPOSED OF. THE CITY
ENGINEER WILL BE PRESENT TO EXPLAIN THE PLANS FOR THE
OPENING OF NORTH MAIN STREET AND THE IMPROVEMENT OF
THE UNION STATION PLAZA. THE BOARD OF TRADE WILL BE
ASKED TO DECIDE WHETHER OCALA WILL ENTERTAIN THE
NATIONAL EDITORIAL ASSOCIATION ON ITS TOUR OF THE
STATE NEXT MARCH.
Wants to i Avoid far
Representative Kahn's Speech in the
House Sounds Like a Warning
- (Associated ( Press)
Washington, D. C, Doc. 9. Repre Representative
sentative Representative Kahn of California, chair chairman
man chairman of the military affairs committee,
declared in a speech in the House to today
day today that America hoped to avoid war
with Japan, and if war 'was brought
on it would be by agitators in Japan.
He declared that publicists reported
the Japanese making every effort to
unite the yellow race.
"Are the Japanese trying to bring
about a resumption pf the world-old
cenflict between white, yellow and
black races,' 'asked Mr. Kahn.
TAX COLIECTORS WITT.
BE HERE NEXT TUESDAY
Mr. W. W. Stripling has received
official notice of, the meeting here
Tuesday, Dec. 14 of the members of
the state tax collectors association.
These gentlemen are desirous of hav
ing the tax laws made fore equitable
and more easy to administer, and the
people should take close interest in
their proceedings. f
was said by the commission to be in
excess of that of the! entire year of
While the traffic hai increased, the
commission's figures Ihow, the net
operating income has Suffered a con
tinuous decline since Ipi7. iThe conf conf-mission
mission conf-mission attributed this to heavier
maintenance costs in which war taxation-
figured. Incomplete statistics,
however, made it impossible for the
commission to offer accurate compari
son between the years 1917 and 1920,
and it made no attempt to estimate
the figures for any portion of the
The commission's accident table
discloses that 6495 persons were kill
ed Nby trains or in train-service acci accidents
dents accidents during the year of 1919. Of
these, 1784 or more than 27 per cent
met death in grade crossing accidents.
The council met at the city hall at
8 p. m., Tuesday, Dec 7th." All mem members
bers members present. Meeting called to order
by teh president. Minutes oi the last
regular meeting. read and approved.
W. L. Colbert appeared and pre
sented communication in regard, to
paving certificates held ny the city
against lots 7 and 10, Smith and
Daugherly addition to Ocala. Matter
referred to city attorney and Mr. A.
Mrs. J. W. Hood and Mrs. H. C.
Dozier were present and requested
that lights be furnished for memorial
pillars in victory way. Upon motion
of Mr. Simmons, same was granted.
Upon motion of Mr. Simmons, duly
carried, the clerk was instructed to
write Burford, Hall & Smith that the
city accepts proposition for the serv
ices of R. H. Strader as engineer for
testing 500 K. W. generator at Tren
ton, N. J., and that they notify the
engineer when his services will be
The following proposition to the
council was accepted upon motion of
Mr. Goldman, duly seconded and car
"Gentlemen: We agree ot furnish
you, f. o. b. Ocala, freight allowed,
segment blocks .for the construction
of 36-inch drain for the price of $3.75
per foot. Breakage will be allowed
if notation of same is made on
fi eight bill by your local agent. We
further agree that we will loan you
the collapsible form to construct
same, this form to be shipped to us
on cmopletion of the work, freight
prepaid. Aproximate number of feet,
700, which may be exceeded or reduc reduced
ed reduced withi nthe limits of contemplated
work, provided due notice is given us
before last car is shipped. We agree
to commence shipment January 2,
1021. Very respectfully,
"Chattanooga Sewer Pipe Works."
Communication from Alabama Pav Paving
ing Paving Co. offering to sell the city road
scarifier located at Lakeland was re referred
ferred referred to Engineer Young for inspec inspection
tion inspection and report.
Geo. F. Young, city engineer, sub submitted
mitted submitted alignment maps, detail sheet
and profiles, together with two sets
of specifications, advertisement for
proposal, forms of contract and bond,
Sinn Fein Is Selfish
It Says Thru Mrs. McSweeney that
Unless It Has Its Way the
. World Will be Upset
, Washington, Dec. 9.-T7-The propon proponents
ents proponents in Ireland of the Irish republic
arer esolved "that England shall have
no peace, that the world will have no
peace, until our republic is recogniz recognized,"
ed," recognized," Mrs. Muriel McSweeney, widow
of the lord mayor of Cork, declared
before the commission of the commit committee
tee committee of one hundred investigating Irish
conditions. She said relief was nec necessary
essary necessary as her countrymen were starv starving.
ing. starving. TIME FOR INCOME TAX
Legislation at this Session Not to be
, Had, Says Finance Com-
Washington, Dec. 9.- Income tax
legisaltion requested by business in interests
terests interests is impracticable at this ses session
sion session of Congress, republican members
of the Senate finance committee said.
HE HAS A LONG TIME TO LIVE
Wheeling, W. Va., Dec. 9. Samuel
Blevins, aged 16, of Little Rock, was
sentenced to life imprisonment for
killing C. F. Grandstaff, a railroad car
NOTICE TO WOODMEN
All members of Fort King Camp
No. .14 are urged to attend the regu regular
lar regular meeting Friday night, Dec. 10th.
Election of officers and arranging for
meeting of the county association is
to be attended to.
C. K. Sage, Clerk.
'Go to FISHEL'S" was written a
friend by a party who recently went
to Chicago, "and buy me that ador adorable
able adorable little HAT and express it to me
at once. ; tf
The motto of our prescription de
partment is "Quick Service" and the
pi ices are always reasonable. Tydings
h Co., opp. Harrington Hall hotel, tf
Minshall's line of
in compliance, with contract. Balance
of $400 due Engineer Young on pre preliminary
liminary preliminary work ordered paid, all mem members
bers members voting yea upon roll call.
Plans of city engineer for the open-
ing oi wortn Mam street and tne
beautification of the union station
grounds were accepted upon motion
of Mr. Simmons.
The matter of fixing well at water
works was -Jeft in the hands of the
head of department of public service
and city manager.
Application of F. W. Kunzie for po position
sition position of night police read and filed.
City Health Officer Watt submitted
regular monthly- report, which was
read and ordered filed.
Report of Mrs. C. R. Tydings on
rest room read and filed for informa information.
tion. information. An ordinance fixing the license tax
to be paid by itinerant vendors or
solicitors for subscriptions for maga
znes, newspapers, periodicals or pub publications
lications publications of any character, requiring
such vendors or solicitors to give and
fde with the city clerk a satisfactory
bond in the sum of $250 for the faith
ful performance of all contracts and
providing a penalty for its violation
was introduced by Mr. Goldman, plac
ed upon first reading and referred to
the head of the department of justice.
Bill of S. H. Christian for $40 or ordered
dered ordered paid out of sewer bond fund,
all members voting yea upon roll calL
Bill of John Dozier for $35 for dam damage
age damage to garden refused, all members
voting yea upon roll call.
The following resolution offered by
Mr. Winer was adopted:
"Whereas, by the death cf Mr.
Robert Marsh the city of Ocala has
suffered the loss of ono of its finest
citizens and moth faithful and effi efficient
cient efficient officials; and,
"Whereas, each member of the city
council ox tne city ox ucaia leeis a
personal loss in the death; of Mr.
Marsh; now therefore be it.
"Resolved, by the city council of
Southern Bankers, Merchants and
Planters to Cut Cotton Crop
Fifty Per Cent
Memphis, Dec 9. The enlistment
of every banker, merchant and planter
in the South in the movement to cut
cotton production next year 50 per
cent will begin immediately, the cam campaign
paign campaign committee announced today.
News has been received here of the
marriage of Rollie Keating, formerly
of Palatka, to Miss Mabel Morgan, of
Daytona Beach. The wedding took
place at Titusviile. Palatka News.,
Mr. Keating has a .host of friends
in ''Ocala who will learn with much
interest of his marriage.
MUCH LIFE INSURANCE
New York, Dec. 9. Despite the
fact that the people of the United
States have entered upon a period of
retrenchment, they are buying more
than $10,000,000,000 of new life in
surance this year, according to orig
inal statistics presented to the an
nual convention of the Association of
Life Insurance Presidents here today.
This sum, it was stated, is 21 per cent
more than the amount bought in 1919,
which in turn, was 62 per cent more
than purchased in 1918, the previous
record year. .The total insurance Jtn
force on all American lives 19 years
ago was onljrnine and a half billion
dollars, or less than the present year's
The statistics, which were contri
buted by 153 companies doing 96 per
cent of the life insurance business of
the country, were presented to the
convention by President George I.
Cochran of the Pacific Mutual Life In
surance Company, of Los Angeles,
Cal., who said in part:
"Last year the insurance world
discussed, witn unconcealed amaze
ment the tremendous increase, in new
life insurance bought by the Ameri
can people, analyzed it and sought to
understand the reasons for it. This
year we are more than surprised to
f nd a still further increased volume
of new business. Last year, which
vastly exceeded previous records in
volume of new life insurance, was the
biggest year in extravagance and the
people seemed, to go the limit in al
most profligate individual expendi
ture. This year, being one of thrift
and retrenchment, it was hardly ex expected
pected expected that the large volume of life
insurance business would be kept up.
"The people of the United States
bought $1,750,000,000' more new life
insurance in 1920 ; than they did in
1U19, notwithstanding their "entry
upon an era of retrenchment."
ARTICLES FOR SALE
Christmas gifts such as dressed
dolls, aprons, handkerchiefs, etc., are
on display for sale at the gas office. 3t
To the aestheticdiscriminating
shopper we recommend a BOX 'OF
EVERWEAR SOX for an Xmas pres present.
ent. present. At FISHEL'S. We also take
orders for the new Yarn Hose so
much in vogue. tf
the city of Ocala, that an expression
of sympathy be extended to the fam
ily of Mr. Marshal and that this res resolution
olution resolution be spread upon the minutes
and a copy sent to the bereaved."
Upon motio nof Mr. Goldman, the
head. of the department of public
health was authorized to have the
rock crushing plant moved to the new
Upon motion duly carried council
pioceeded to cast ballot for election
of chief of police. Ballot one was
cast with the following result: Henry
Gordon received five" votes and was
declared elected to said position. Mr.
Gordon is to assume his duties on or
before the first prox. ;
It was ordered, upon motion duly
carried, all members voting yea. upon
roll call that the Metcalf Live Stock
Company be paid $90 for horse for
the pound department, same to be the
property of the city of Ocala.
Council thereupon adjourned till
Dec. 21st, 1920.
Advertising builds business.
Tulula Lodge No. 22, I. O. O.
meets every Tuesday evening at the
Odd Fellows hall at the corner of
Fort King Ave. and Osceola street. A
warm welcome always extended to
J. D. McCasldll. N. G.
H. R. Luff man. Secretary.
Get the habit of waCzg th9 eds.
Cut oC 22- Percent in the Wages of
Three Hundred Thousand Per Persons
sons Persons is ForecjLst N
Boston, Dec. 9. A wage reduction
of 22 & per cent in the textile mills in
New England and New York state is
forecast in a statement of textile
manufacturers employing 300,000 per persons.
sons. persons. FREE FOR ALL FIGHT
AMONG BICYCLE FANS
(Associated Press) -New
York, Dec 9. -The nolice were
called to break up a free for all fight
among fans at the annual six-dav
bicycle race at Madison Square Gar
den, starting from a disppte over a
MANY NEW SniPS
FOR THE U. S. NAVY
: (Associated Press)
Washington, Dec 8.- Nearly' 200
warships, including one superdread superdread-naught
naught superdread-naught and 96 destroyers, were com completed
pleted completed for the American navy during
the fiscal year ended last. June 30 and
more than 100 others, including elev eleven
en eleven superdreadnaughts and six great
battle cruisers, were building at that
This is shown in the annual report
of Rear Admiral David VU. Taylor,
chief of the t bureau of construction
and repair, to Secretary Daniels,
made public today at the navy depart department.
ment. department. For continuing work on the
ships building. Admiral Taylor esti estimated
mated estimated that $119,000,000 would be re required
quired required during the fiscal year begin beginning
ning beginning next June 20. This compares
with $59,000,000 last year and is the
largest total ever proposed by the
American navy in peace time for con continuing
tinuing continuing construction. "It is explained
by the fact that work on many of the
craft authorized in, the 1919 building
program was halted during thewar.
Admiral Taylor's report also dis discloses
closes discloses that the navy department is en engaged
gaged engaged in developing ond constructing
new types of aircraft, including great
rigid and semi-rigid airships and sea seaplanes
planes seaplanes similar to those which under undertook
took undertook the trans-Atlantic flight last
year. Besides the dirigible which is
building in England for the' United
States, the navy is building a dirigible
Airplanes and seaplanes building
include four of the NC type for serv-
ice with the battle fleet, making a
total of eight of this class. In the
four new craft now building are em embodied
bodied embodied the lessons learned from ths t
The navy also is building a small
number of interchangeable land air airplanes
planes airplanes and seaplanes for the marine
corps and two types of torpedo carry-
ing seaplanes, one to be of all metal
"To provide a large seaplane for
fleet use," says Admiral Taylor, "the
bureaus upndertook the development
of a design for a seaplane larger
than any in existence, a 60,000-pound
flying boat. The design embodies sev
eral new features, including metal
f 1 M
wmgs ana a unique power piant ox
nine liberty engines in three groups,
each group being geared to a single
With the delivery of the super super-dreadnaught
dreadnaught super-dreadnaught Tennessee this year by
the New York Navy Yard, the first
line battleships with the Atlantic and
Pacific fleets were increased to eight eighteen.
een. eighteen. Besides the destroyers added to
the fleet last year, other new ships
completed included eighteen subma submarines,
rines, submarines, 45 eagle boats and ten mine
Fweeprs. In addition a number of
naval tugs were delivered.
Besides the eleven battleships and
six battle cruisers building, there are
under construction ten scout cruisers,
71 destroyers and 47 submarines.
Some of the destroyers have been de delivered
livered delivered since last June 30. Only two
of the eleven battleships building are
expected to be delivered next year,
the Tennessee and Maryland. The
Colorado is to be delivered in 1922 and
others in 1923 and later.
Admiral. Taylor devotes part of his
repdrt to tests conducted with some
cf the German submarines turned
ever to the United States for experi experimental
mental experimental purposes, and says on the
basis of these tests that "on the
whole these vessels could not be said
to be superior in design and capabili capabilities
ties capabilities to corresponding vessels of the
United States navy."
"This is a matter of interest," tha
admiral says, "in view of the exagger exaggerated,
ated, exaggerated, ideas cf the German submarine
prevalent during the ar, when they
were still a mystery,"
Our line of little gifts is full of
pleasant surprises for you. THE SPE SPECIALTY
CIALTY SPECIALTY SHOP, A. E. GERIG. Stesd
OCALA EVENING STAR, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 9, 1920
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of the law. But the sheriff cannot
maintain a force of deputies at each
cf these concessions to see whether
or not they violate the law. Carni
vals of such nature should be prohibit prohibited
ed prohibited entirely. Council can eliminate
them by fixing prohibitive ordinances.
Other cities have done this years
r.UY CHRISTMAS SEALS ONE
CENT EACfl, $1 PER HUNDRED
At the Rotary Club meeting Tues Tuesday,
day, Tuesday, the members listened to a very
interesting talk on horticulture by Dr.
Nichols, a veterinary surgeon from
the department of agriculture. A
large proportion of the members of
the club are interested in farming, so
his talk was quite timely. President
Gerig explained the proposition made
to send the members of the National
Every one you
buy helps to
fight tubercu tuberculosis.
losis. tuberculosis. One mil mil-1
1 mil-1 i o n persons
with a c ti v e
HEALTHY NEW YEAR Inere are per
haps one million inactive cases which
will become active cases unless neces necessary
sary necessary precautions are taken. Every
seal unsold helps tuberculosis.
There are gifts that make us happy,
. . - There are g'ifts that make up mad,
Editorial Association to Ocala, for ,1T.., ,
ailU III tuusiucioiiuu Ui (fi.t;vy ill iiaiiu
paid in advance, the rides and the
eats. The idea didn't seem to make
and great hit with the club. A sub substantial
stantial substantial lunch was served by a com committee
mittee committee of the Woman's Club. The next
meeting will be Tuesday night next,
when the ladies of the families of the
club members will be present, and add
their charm to the always highly dig dignified
nified dignified behavior of the Rotary assemblies.
Clara Smith is taking up more
I WW 111 lit VHS 11V TT 0Cl jSVoA VMHll kmv
rest of her' family put together!
The Star,, knowing it will be inter interesting
esting interesting news to its readers, will print
the list of prizes awarded to winners
at the Marion County Fair, as soon
as it can obtain the copy.
With the United States out of the
- j.: is i j J r
ie; jue ox nations xungiana ana r ranee
don't know where they can find a
husky fellow to turn the grindstone.-Times-Union.
They are turning it themselves
like they did during the three terrible
years that they fought unaided to save
As Christmas is coming on, the
Star thinks it is a good time now to
remind the people that a number of
poor families, would not see any
Christmas if it was riot;for the efforts
of the 'King's Daughters, and all who
have the spirit of Christmas in their
hearts and. the coin in their pockets
should help this excellent society in
"I don't see why you want me to
stay here six weeks, Jesus," prayed
T11 r n J T 1 TTT 11
auiy ounaay in jacKsonvxiie. mreii.
one reason is, Jesus expects a man to
keep a contract after he has made it.
There is not the slightest evidence
that Jesus wants Billy Sunday to stay
in Jacksonville or anywhere else six
weeks or any other amount ofjtime.
The Woman's Club of Ocala has the
velf are of the Children's Home in
Jacksonville at heart, and Friday eve
ning, Dec. 17, at the clubrooms will
give a party, the proceeds from which
will go to the home. The parties given
by the Woman's Club are always most
enjoyable affairs, and when our people
consider that this is also in behalf of
such a worthy cause we are sure that
the clubrooms will be crowded."
The annual meeting of the Marion
County Fair and Agricultural Asso
ciation will be held in the second
Tuesday inJune, that is on the after
noon of the 11th. As the Star has
already said half a dozen times pre
viously, the fair of 1919 was good,
that of 1920 was better, and now it
would like to remark that the fair of
1920 can be placed in the superlative
degree, and work should commence at
once to accomplish that end. The
great trouble about our fairs is that
cf mparatively few people think any
thing about them-until a few weeks
before they open, while it should be
practically a year-round job. The
Star hopes the work on our next fair
will begin with the; meeting of the
association, Jan.! l,and will cheer cheerfully
fully cheerfully pledge itself to give all the as assistance
sistance assistance in its power.
Are the GIFTS that always make 'em
Bubble books that sing are a joyous
gift to a child. The latest series at
THE SPECIALTY SHOP, A. E.
1 A Few Suggestions for the
Which Means Dollars
T- L 1
Sugar 10c. per pound. Whittington.
Phones 377 and 162. 9-3t
Let us show you our Christmas can can-o'ies.
o'ies. can-o'ies. We have just received 600
pounds which we are selling at half
price', direct from the factory. Bit Bitting
ting Bitting & Co. 2-6t
Having purchased the outfit of the
Arcade Pressing Club on South Mag
nolia street, I am now prepared to do
ell kinds of work in this line on short
notice Ladies' work a specialty and
Hsatisfaction 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.
The Ureeks, by a vote tnat was
pretty near unanimous, have voted
King Constantine back on his throne,
against the vigorous protests of both
France and England. Now we shall
have a chance to see how much sin sincerity
cerity sincerity there is in that famous doc doctrine
trine doctrine of self determination. Tampa
The doctrine of "self determina determination"
tion" determination" may be sincere but not sensible.
Had it prevailed, there would be no
United States. There is no sense in
any. little collection of people trying
to make a nation of themselves in
these days. Big nations, able, to pay
and able to. fight, are the 1 only, ones
that can preserve the liberties of
Dr. Charles Watson Moremen,
.., Dental Surgeon
Commercial Bank Building, Ocala,
Fia. x Office phone 211; residence
phone 1208. 7-t
Even the nations that Uncle Sam is
represented as associating with out out-Side
Side out-Side theleague are somewhat superior
to Liberia and Hedjaz. TimesUnion.
We will gladly donate a five-spot to
any charitable institution if the
Times-Union can show where there
is any such record of murder against
Hedjaz as there is against Turkey, or
if it will show where Liberians mur murdered
dered murdered and robbed Americans as the
Says the Lakeland Telegram: "The
reported remark of John Reed, before
n. Moscow convention, that the bol bol-sheviki
sheviki bol-sheviki of America ought to join
forces with the negroes and conquer
the" country, strikes us as being about
zero in -the list -of things to worry
-about. In the first place, John Reed
is dead, and so far as we can ascer ascertain
tain ascertain nobody now sponsors his idea.
In the second place, there are not
enough bolsheviki in the United States
to cut any figure in any sort of open
air contest. And, in the third place,
the poorest material in the world for
revolutionary propaganda is the Am
erlcan negro. If the United States
stands until it is overthrown by a
coalition of ebony and red it will still
be a young republic when Pike's Peak
has been toted away by souvenir
We clip the following from the
Palatka News: "Last year the News
urged council to pass ordinances
which would prohibit the coming into
Palatka of so-called carnivals whose
main attraction and source of revenue
was gambling, devices under the head
of 'concessions No attention was
paid to thi3 or the general public de-
mana ipr elimination of such pernic pernicious
ious pernicious organization?. Recently there
was in Palatka an organization under
the guise of a carnival which w&3 the
worst of the many that have come
here. Many Palatkans can testify to
the gambling and grafting which-was
permitted openly, and which is per permitted
mitted permitted in few communities now.' Some
cf those 'stung' can ; also testify to
the' small chance that the 'sucker, has
to realize rm any of his hazards.
Moss Bluff, Dec. 8. Mr. and Mrs.
Sanders, Mr. and Mrs. Hamilton, Mrs.
Flora Charlton and Mr. Tom Hunter
of Battle Creek, Mich:, arrived here
a few days past and are pleasantly
located at Sheriff John P. Galloway's
beautiful country home.
Mr. and Mrs. Ben T. Vaughn and
little daughter, Emma Katherine,
have arrived from Jacksonville for a
visit with Mrs. Vaughn's parents, Mr.
and Mrs. Oliver Fort. Mrs. Vaughn,
who was formerly Miss Alma Fort,
has countless friends here who are
always delighted to have her home.
Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Rogers and
children of Lynne, spent Sunday in
cur vicinity, the guests of Mr. and
Mrs. L. A. Griggs.
Mr. George Miller of Ohio arrived
here Friday and expects to spend the
Mrs. Blount and children of Day Day-tona,
tona, Day-tona, who have been spending some
time here at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
W. C. White, returned home Saturday.
Misses Gladys Burry, Mabel Squire
and Martha Fort were guests of Mrs.
W. C. White Sunday afternoon. .
Sheriff J. P. Galloway was the din din-iicr
iicr din-iicr guest Sunday at the home of Mr.
and Mrs. Albert Fort. 1
Misses Mabel Squire, Gladys Burry,
Messrs. George Miller and Otis
Squires motored to Rodman Saturday.
Quite a number from here attended
services at Oklawaha Sunday night.
Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Fort and chil
dren spent Sunday visiting friends at
Quite a number of deer have been
killed here since the opening of the
... Mr. Oliver Fort and Mr. Ben
Vaughn were business callers in Ocala
Calvary, Dec. 7. The farmers are
busy grinding cane.
Mr. Crosby has accepted a position
at Dunnellon in a garage!
Mr, an dMrs. D. A. Fort and chil children,
dren, children, Elizabeth and Helen, came up
from Palmetto last Wednesday in
their car to visit relatives and re returned
turned returned Tuesday. We are always glad
to have them come.
Mr. McMullen and a gentleman
friend were in Calvary last Sunday.
' Mr. and Mrs, George Buhl and chil children
dren children and Miss King were visiting Mr.
and Mrs. J. W. Morrison Sunday.
Miss Dollie Morrison of Palmetta,
was visiting relatives for a few days
this week and returned to Palmetto
Tuesday to take charge of her work
in the phone office.
Mr. LaFayette Miller was. a busi business
ness business visitor in Calvary last Tuesday.
nd it's time you were beginning to
mnK of the presents you intend giv
ng on that joyous occasion.
the quality of
Having already faithfully advertised our large as assortment
sortment assortment of Clothes for the Man and the Boy, and
at a reduction of 25 to 40 per cent, we are now only
directing jour attention to the fact that these prices
areTstill in force, our stock is complete and that
..you are doing ,; yourself an injustice by waiting
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 goods we are offering, and bought them to please
- 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. Many new novelties to
elect from if you call early.
J. Charles Smith
The Jeweler & Wntchmaker
West Side Courthouse Square
Monda'', December 13
Let's Get Ret CVjimmv "iid
Make thi One Merry NiY.hr
The Show of Features
! HARMONY QUARTET i
Extending 15 Rows in Audience
HIGHEST SPiURlcD CHORUS
IN THE WORLD
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
For Yourself or Male Friend or Relatives
Just received a large number ot 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.
A number of Boys' oad Pants, ranging from $1.25 to $6.50 values,
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.
Men's Pajamas, 1.95 to $6.50. : :
The best Men's Night-shirt, $1.50 value, now offered for $1.00.
Don't fail to see our splendid assortment of Hats and xShoes for the
man and boy at Bifl Reductions.
Plenty of Sweaters for the man and boy.
REMEMBER, jjrou 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.
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.
Large, assortment of Collar
,Bags andJManicure Sets.
Pullman Slippers, Bed Bedroom
room Bedroom Slippers and Bill Folds.
Suit Cases and Trunks.
.- All at reduced prices and
cover a large collection, at a
range of 45c to $3.50.
Silk Sox and Shirts.
H. A. WATERMAN
NOTHING, TO COMPARE WITH IT. IN THE HISTORY OF OCALA
ONE NIGHT ONLY, TEMPLE THEATER, DECEMBER. I6ttl
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HNAL ACI.IU -ROBLN HOOD
MAIL ORDERS NOW. PRICES $2.50, $2.j)0, S1.50 and $1.00 PLUS TAX. SEAT SALE DEC. 10th
Arrival and departure of passenger
tra;ns at OCALA UNION STATION.
The following schedule figures pub published
lished published as information and not guar guaranteed.
anteed. guaranteed. (Eastern Standard Time)
SEABOARD AIR LINE RAILROAD
Lea e Arrive
:15 am Jacksonville-N'xork am
Jacksonville 1 :34 am
Jacksonville 4:15 pm
Tampa 2:10 am
Manatee- 4:17 Dm
4:05 pm Tampa-St. Petrsbrg 4:17 pm
ATLANTIC COAST LINE R. R.
2:12 pm Jackson ville-NTork 2:48 am
1:45 pm Jksonville-Gainsville 3:35 pm
0:42 am Jkscnville-Gnesville 10:13 pm
2:45 am St.Petsbrg-Lakeland 2:12 am
3;35pm St.Petsbrg-Lakeland 1:25 pm
7:10 am Dunnellon-Wilcox
7:25 am Dunellon-Lkeland 11:03 pm
3:25 pm Homosassa 1:30 pm
10:13pm Leesburg 6:42 am
4:15 pm Gainesville 11:50 am
Monday, Wednesday, Friday.
"Tuesdav. Thursday. Saturday.
Just arrived, a select line of the
GENUINE PARISIAN IVORY in
Manicure Sets, Mirrors, Combs and
Pt-v; h nvA a sorted pieces, at Anti-
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.O-. .O-. C K. .O. -m '2' '2--m-u'jl' ivIV.-'JV -"m- sX'jZ-jZ-'X- O O '-X"Z'-.,V5
GARAGE ALWAYS OPEN DAY AND NIGHT
MURPHY MOTOR COMPANY
PRACTICAL CARPENTER AND f C. Cecil Bryant:
Accounting and Auditing
work fT the money than any other
Careiul estimates made cn all co.-i
tract ork. Gives more and better a
contractor in the city.'
Truskejdifkgjs will puzzle you, but Many Ocala home3 have mirrors
you will be delighted with our prices
on MIDDIES and SHIRTWAISTS.
tnat are an ayesore. Have them re re-silvered.
silvered. re-silvered. All work guaranteed. Ocala
PYLES &. PERKINS
Funeral Directors & Erabalzicrs
PARLORS OPPOSITE POSTOFFICK
Two Hearses. Grey Hearse for Wfcita
Phones 555 and 225."" Open AH Night
. OCALA. FLORIDA
You said it, we nave reduce;! the
prices. on our TROUSERS r-vi Zllm.
OCALA tVBNING S't Afc, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 9, 1920
nothing so distinctive, so last lasting
ing lasting and so sure to be appre appreciated.
ciated. appreciated. We know scores of
men in this city who would be
yerjoyed at Christmas if they
received someone's photograph.
THE BLAKE STUDIO
. (Over Helvenston's)
In Miami, several days ago Mrs. J.
M. Jackson at a beautifully appointed
luncheon announced the engagement
cf her daughter, Miss Ethel Jackson
to Dr. Thomas Woodward Hutson of
Aiken, S. C. The young bride-to-be
with her parents have on a number
of occasions visited Ocala, where they
have relatives and friends who will
learn with much interest of the fore foregoing
going foregoing announcement. Miss Jackson is
quite an accomplished young woman.
and since her residence m Miami has
made many friends who will regret
that her marriage will take her else elsewhere.
where. elsewhere. The Marion county friends of
the. family extend their best -wishes
to the young couple for a bright and
prosperous future. The wedding will
occur sometime in February.
LAKE WEIR WORKERS
FOR THE RED CROSS
MEETING OF VETERANS
Our Specialty Is
YOU SAVE MONEY
Cn your shoe bills by having us re rebuild
build rebuild your old shoes. Our charges are
moderate, and we guarantee satisfac satisfaction.
tion. satisfaction. MAZOIW CO.
Between Ten Cent Store and Gerigs
Our line of leather handbags is most
attractive. Be sure and see them be before
fore before making your selection. THE
SPECIALTY SHOP, A. E. Gerig. 3t
Marionamp No. 66, U. C. V.met
December 7th with Commander Mc Mc-Gahagin
Gahagin Mc-Gahagin presiding. The following
comrades answered to roll call: Alfred
Ayer, R. J. Evans, M. PFrink, L. M.
Graham, W.' A. Hammond, W. Kilpat Kilpat-hck
hck Kilpat-hck John M. Martin W. J E. McGah McGah-agin,
agin, McGah-agin, C. C. Priest and John Pasteur.
Minutes of last' meeting -read and
adopted. The adjutant read a letter
from Mr. L. Matchett, informing
the camp of the sudden death of
Comrade Geo. W. .Wells, and ; the
wretched condition 'of his cwn health.
Comrades F. E. Harris and M. P.
Frink were appointed a committee to
trite a suitable memorial of Mr.
-Wells and the camp extends scincere
sympathy to Comrade Matchett in his
affliction. Commander McGahagin
made a report of the reunion at Or Orlando
lando Orlando and the Confederate soldiers do
fully appreciate the cordial reception
and royal entertainment given them
by the beautiful city of Orlando,
which was one of the best reunions
that we ever attended.
. Alfred Ayer, Adjutant.
You can save the worry and the care,
And have lots of time to spare,
If within the Xmas season
You will listen to some reason
And be guided by our offer
That every day we proffer,
By the store of FRIENDLY Wishes,
Which is known everywhere as
Mr. Charles Rheinauer, chairman of
the Lake Weir Red Cross branch, and
one of the most sincere supporters of
the great organization, brought us
Wednesday the following list of the
enthusiastic workers by fhe lake:
list of Members of the Lake Weir
Branch of the Red Cross
Mrs. F. W. Brooks, N. W. Harison,
Miss Pansy Ducket, Mrs. Eleanor
Simpson, Mrs. A. N. Cameron, A. N.
Cameron, Mrs. A. M. Reed, Tarney
Reed, Mrs. Harry Kimball, Mrs. Gus
Smith, Mrs. L. K, Bishop, Mrs. Kate
Black, Miss Willard Bishop, Mrs. A.
C Thomas, Lucian Gibson, Frank
Russell, J. P. Devaney, Clarence
Black, Reuben .Bishop, Mrs. W. J.
Westover, Charles Rheinauer, Mrs.
Charles Rheinauer, IL C. Dozier, T.
T. Munroe, Mrs. Z. C Chambliss, J. L.
Edwards, Ben Rheinauer, Mrs. K. L.
Clements, Mrs. T. P. Herr, Dr. T. P.
Herr, Miss Ethel Carnahan, Miss
Kate Woods, E. C. Albertson, T. B.
Snook, Miss Margaret Snook, Miss
Grace Snook, Miss Carrie Frank, Rev.
W. Boyer, William Snook, Nathan
Snook, Milton Albertson, Mrs. Milton
Albertson, Mrs. R. L. Lytle, J. H.
Jacoby, Mrs. J. H. Jacoby, Samuel
Snook, George Snook, B. Baker, Mrs.
Bi Baker, Mrs. Ida M. Allen, Mrs.
Emma Chevenworth, F.E. Storker,
Mrs. Johanna Russell, Warren Rus
sell, Arthur Scott, C. H. Doring, R, L,
Martin, Mrs. R. L. Martin, Miss Mar
garet Eagleton, Mrs. J. E. Brown,
Leon Simpson, Frank Wilson, Mrs.
Frank Wilson, J. T. Lerois, Mrs. J. T.
Lerois, Mrs. F. M. Hall, Alexander
Wynne, Mrs Alexander Wynne,. Mrs.
Mae S. Whitman, Mrs. Wm. E. Miller,
Mrs. Kimball, Mrs. Helen Welch, S.
Park Barnett, R. D. Douglas, Mrs. R.
D. Douglas, J. M. Douglas, Mrs. J. M.
Douglas, Mrs. C. S. Gates, J. J. Knob Knob-lock,
lock, Knob-lock, Mrs. J. J. Knoblock, Mrs. V. P.
Kelsey, V. P. Kelsey, Miss Margaret
Kelsey, Mrs. Charles Potter,Mrs. W.
L. Bard, W. L. BarcL W. E. Mershon,
Mrs. W. E. Mershon, Mrs. J. F. Sig Sig-mon,
mon, Sig-mon, John M. Cameron, J. D. Walling,
Mrs. J. D. Walling, Rev. H. L. Straub,
Mrs. H. L. Straub, George Leaning,
Dr. O. E. Sroan. A. P. Mayberry,
Mr. Rheinauer is efficiently aided
by Mrs. A. N. Cameron, secretary,
and Mrs. J. M. Douglas, treasurer.
Geo. MacKayl Co.
Two licensed Embalmers 1
Motor Funeral Cars
Private Morgue and Chapel
Day Phone 47
Night Phones 305 and 431
C. V. Roberta, Manager
Oak Vale, Dec. 7. Mr. Patrick An Anderson
derson Anderson of Fort Myers surprised his
folks by coming up and spending
Thursday night at home.
Mr. und Mrs. Clyde Flickinger of
Fort Wayne, Ind., are visiting their
aunt, Mrs. W. F. King. They are de delighted
lighted delighted with our climate, and later on
intend going to St. Petersburg, where
a number of their friends are spending
Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Anderson and
daughters, Miss Lou Eva and Leola,
and Miss Gertrude Sutton went to
High Springs this morning and spent
the day with Dr. E. B. Anderson and
Melvin Boyer went to Morriston
Friday and spent the week-end with
Mr. La wton Priest's family and other
relatives and friends.
- We missed having our mail Mon Monday,
day, Monday, as our carrier had gone to Jack Jacksonville
sonville Jacksonville and missed the train Sunday
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Larson of Ra Raleigh
leigh Raleigh and Miss Mildred Cox of -Jacksonville,
came over and spent Satur Saturday
day Saturday at Mrs. W. F. King's home.
Mr. and Mrs. W. L Anderson
heard from their 'son, Henry Jr., Sat
urday. He had reached Johnston, Pa.,
had secured profitable employment
and was pleased with the outlook gen
Earl Hall is staying with his sister,
Mrs. J. C. Huggins, and attending our
school. Mr. Huggins is working in
Jorlopqzvxwyutsr might try your
ingenuity, but our prices on Ladies'
COATS, HATS, SWEATERS AND
SHOES will make shopping more en
tertaining. FISHEL'S. 9-3t
The road to success Is advertising.
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DRY GOODS STOKE'
December 4th, continuing to January 1
And post-war days bring pre-war prices.
Ti dl c iJlUWVll up our entire stock is on sale with Prices Great
ly Reduced. A visit to our store will convince you.
A FEW OF THE MANY BARGAINS
Ginghams, Dress and Apron, at 19c
and 25c a yard.
Outings at 23c. a yard.
Canton Flannel, unbleached and
bleached, at 19c. a yard. i
10-4 Pepperel Sheeting, bleached,
nt 85c. a yard.
10-4 Pepperel Sheeting, unbleach unbleached,
ed, unbleached, at 75c. a yard.
White Homespun at 15c. a yard.
Comforts, $6.50 values, at7 $3.50.
Misses' Blue Serge Middy Suits, $18
value, for $12.
Misses' Blue Serge Middy Suits, $12
value for $6.50.
A large assortment of ladies'
waists in Georgette, China Silk and
Voiles. Prices, $1.98, $2.98. $4.50.
See our assortment of Ladies'
Skirts in extra large sizes. $10 and
12 value "for $6.50 and $7.50.
Our Wool Plaid Skirts, plain "and
pleated, $17.50 value, for $12.50.
Ladies Wool Coats, fur trimmed,
?35 value for $24.50. Other styles
and colors. Prices range from $5.49
Ladies' Coat Suits, $10 to $35.
In our Shoe Department the
prices have been cut to the
See our bargains in Men's
Men's Hats and Shirts.
Our line of XmasGilt s
and Dolls is complete.
mill Jry (Goois
Visit our store for Bargains where your Dollar Goes the Farthest
Broadway, West corner Commercial Bank Ocala, Florida
HERE'S NO USE IN WMTING '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 impossibly 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.
WHIT t; IVORY GOODS
Toilet Sets, and Manicure Sets,
Combs, Brushes, Mirrors, Trays
and many other accessories for
the ladies toilet.":
Gold and Silver $1 Upwards
TEMP0INT FOUNTAIN PENS, GOLD
AND SILVER TR11IIIED.
Also in Slerling Silver, $2.50 Up.
Assorted Nuts, Crystalized
Fruits, Sugared Pecans,
Chocolate Cream Bra Brazil
zil Brazil Nuts, Bon-Bon
v Nuts, etc., etc
IN 1, 2, AND 5-POUND PACKAGES
Rigaud's' Imported, Houbigaut's
Imported, Coty's Imported, Palm Palmer,
er, Palmer, and Hudnut's Domestic. Im Imported
ported Imported Perfume Sets Mary Gar Garden,
den, Garden, Floramye, Lady Mary, Azu Azu-rea,
rea, Azu-rea, Djerkis, and Mavis.
CABAFFES, rITD STAND,
FERROSTAT VACUUU COTTLES.
Made of Steel cad ere Un&reikaMe.
LOG CABIN PECAN ROLLS
"Made in Florida," of Genuine
Florida Cane Sugar and Florida
CRANE'S FANCY BOX
and Berlin Jones' Fancy Box
Stationery, in all colors and
the latest shapes. Correspon Correspondence
dence Correspondence cards, with Envelopes
in Fancy Boxes.
AUTO STROP RAZORS,
GULLET'S SAFETY RAZORS,
Twiaplex Strop for Sharpening
THE DRUG STOIIE ON THE SQUARE
'"fot '' w -ia4, .-h; ";' iMf. 4-
REPOSSESSED TRUCKS AND -TOURING
Five Maxwells and Federal Trnclcs
CASH OR MONTHLY PAYMENT,
HARRY J. BOYLE
HARRINGTON HALL HOTEL
Lake Weir, Dec. 8. Dr. Watts of
acksonville, a noted eye and ear spe
cialist, is spending today at Lake
Weir treating patients.
Westerly, R. I., is well represented
ere now. Seven families have come
in since November 1st, Mrs. Bnggs
and little granddaughter, Mr. and
Mrs. Church and niece. Elizabeth
Givens, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Webiter,
Mr. and Mrs. Minsing, Mr. and Mrs.
Towers, Mr. and Mrs. E. T. Maples
Mrs. Allen and little grandson of
Albion, Mich., are pleasantly located
with Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Spurlin for
the season and are delighted with the
ake and its surroundings.
Mrs. L. P. Carson, accompanied by
Mrs. Anderson of Nashville arrived
ast week to spend the winter at the
ormer's cottage on the lake.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Rheinauer,
Mrs. F. P. Herr and Mrs. K. H. Clem
ents attended the called meeting at
Eastlake last Wednesday in the in interest
terest interest of the Red Cross. Quite an in interest
terest interest was shown in the Red Cross
work. Ninety-three dollars for new
memberships for the coming year was
booked. The election of officers for
the coming year resulted in the re
election of the present officers, Mr. C.
Rheinauer, chairman; Mrs. K. H
Clements, assistant chairman; Mrs.
Morton Douglas, treasurer; Mrs. N.
A. Cameron, secretary. Mr. Rheinauer
presented a very handsome shopping
bag to the branch, which fell to Mrs
Straub, the most popular member of
Mr. Lossing, the manager of the
Consolidated Mill Co. of LaBell, was
visiting Mrs. Lossing for a few days
the past week. Mrs. Lossing is spend
in? a few weeks with Mrs. Brooks
oi5j!v- Dim vision, arising from
a number of causes; gen
erally yields immediately
see o to the influence of skil skil-'W.we
'W.we skil-'W.we fully fitted glasses.
DR. R. J. WEIHE,
Optometrist and Optician
- Eyesizht Specialist
Ours prices are every-day prices, more over, every
item carries its own little profit.
"LOOK AT THESE PRICES
12-lb. sack Gold Medal Flour. ...95c
24-lb. sack Gold Medal Flour... $1.85
Rumford Baking Powder, -lb.. .9c
Rjmford Baking Powder, -lb...l7c
Rumford Baking Powder, 1 lb 30c
Maxwell House Coffee 1 lb. tnu..40c
White House -Coffee, 1 lb. tin.... 44c
These are not special prices, every day youfll find
; them at Z
i Tli e Little &eem Store j
I 805 South Lime Street :
I "Where Yon Get the Best for Less' I
Make a Christmas Present
Wellsmore Player Piano
"Why Pay More?"
j" '' V -- It
U II 9
WE have hauled down the cost of living, but we will
wiJl never lower the purity flag. Our method of
"carrying it home for less money" is causing the local
housewives to come to the old-fashioned sensible mar market
ket market basket idea.
If you have any
phone to five-one.
Mrs. Sidney Haile is visiting friends
in Jacksonville, for a few. days.
Sterling silver vanities and ciga cigarette
rette cigarette cases at THE BOOK SHOP 3t
DOLLS, DOLLS and th$n
more dolls at FISHEL'S.
kiter several days of illness, Mr.
L. Ri'Chazal is able to be out again.
Here's a Price list that will
interest money savers. .
Ivory Soap ........
P. & G. White Naptha Soap 7c
Ciean Easy Soap .............. ... 5c
Imanzo Bath Tablets....... 9c
Ivory 'Soap Flakes 11c
All 5c. Washing Powders......... 4c
Green Coffee, per pound .". ....... 17c
Harrington Hall Coffee ..... ,50c
All Varieties 10c Spices.'. J.". . . .7c
New Crop Evaporated, Apples,
- 15 ounces ................... .20c
Mother's, Quaker's and
Purity Oats ... . . . .. .... 1 14 c
12-oz. Jars Assorted Jams . . .25c
Etst Blue Rose Rice, lb. ......... ,9c
Sweet Potatoes, peck. .... ... . .35c
No. 2 cans "Headlight" Corn..... 17c
No. 2 Cans But Green Beans ..... 19c
No. 2 cans Clarke Cran
berry Sauce ................ .40c
No. 3 cans "Helmet" Pumpkin. ..18c
No. 3 cans 'Gold Bar Spinach. . 24c
10-ounce "Gold Bar" Aspar Asparagus
agus Asparagus Tips ........... .. 32c
1-lb. can Gold Bar Asparagus Tips 54c
15-oz. can. Gold Bar Cherries. ... .29e
15-oz. can Gold Bar Peaches. .... .29c
1-lb can Libby's Apple Butter. 24c
Golden Age Macaroni and
Spaghetti, 3 packages for.... .. 25c
Rex brand Tomato Ketchup. ... .16c
Rex, Armour's and libby's
. Corned Beef, 12 oz ........ . . 34c
Sugar 10c. per pound.
Phones 377 and 162.
Marshal Thomas has just returned
fiom a business visit to Jacksonville.
. .. ' V- : -'
Don't fail to visit the Guarantee
Jlotbing & Shoe Company-- Every Everything
thing Everything we sell is guaranteed. We're
Igtuing for QUALITY not rices. If
The many friends of Mrs. Mlby
Lloyd will regret to leam of her ill illness
ness illness at her home.
, look over the List
And Lefos Pot It Away
The Ocala Jewelers
. .. II
Seafood, always to be had fresh at
City FISH Market, 9 Ft. King Ave. tf.
If you are contemplating cut glass
v a re as a holiday gift come in and
see our line. It's complete. Tydings
. Co., opp. Harrington hotel. tf
Miss Minnie" Gamsby is entertain entertaining
ing entertaining the Thursday afternoon auction
club this afternoon at her home.
1-lb cans Eagle Brand
1 ib. can Red Salmon. .
3-lb. can CRISCO
6-lb. can CRISCO
Lard Compound, pound
Don't eat "soggy" bread when you
in get the best made at the same
price. Jt ederai iJakery. o-ot
Many other items at Money-Saving Prices.
Citron Figs Dates Seedless Raisins
Currants y. Apples Cranberries
Nuts of all kinds
Mince Meat ; v Celery Candy
Shop Early while our stock is complete
tmmm -Mmmm,, suua mmA jiitwii. a
m o c a in
Opposite Mclver k MacKay Stores
Minshall's line- of
Lamp shades in silk and parchment
at THE BOOK SHOP. 3t
Dr. E. J. Bryan; formerly a resident
of this city," is1 in town and receiving
a cordial greeting from his friends.
Miss Annie Benton Fuller
spend theChristmas holidays with her
sister, Mrs. Watkins Estes at Green
ville, S. C. v
Ihere is nothing closer to a man
than his "underwear, and tnere is
no UNDERWEAR closer to cost than
that at FISHEL'S.' 9-3t
Mr. and Mrs R. A." Burf ord aiid
Mrs. James Hicks Hill returned home
this morning from a several days visit
in Jacksonville. While in the city
they heard Billy. Sunday and were
very much pleased with bim. They
also heard Rev'. Wilxner, who is giving
a series, of lectures in that city and
who vill be pleasantly remembered in
OcaU by our older residents, as be
was rector of Grace Episcopal church
in years past. V
Beautiful line new
THE BOOK SHOP.
Mr. Andrew Fore of Wildwood, one
of Sumter county's good citizens and
good hunters, was in town yesterday
Ivory and PY-RA-LIN toilet sets;
p.Jso single pieces. Tydings & Co. tf
1019 five-passenger Buick, five
tires (3 cords) Spencer-Pedrick Motor
Co. : 7-tf
We understand that veteran con
tracting firm of George MacKay and
Company will build Earl Hall's fine
new filling station corner Fort King
A Few Suggestions of Articles Suitable
FOR 4 GIFTS
On Display for the Two Weeks Sale
Carving Sets Sets-Community
Community Sets-Community Silver
Electric Floor Lamps
Electric Table Lamps
Aluminum Kitchen Sets
Auto Spot Lights
Auto Top Lights
American Made Toys
, Toy Furniture
Toy Beds and Mattresses
Geo. MacKay & Co.
. Successors to
Mclver & MacKay
Wrist Watches in White,
" GokL Green and Red
Sapphine Rings in Blue, Pink,
White and uoiden
. Emerald Rings
Cameo Rings, all kinds
Opal Rings x
Emblem Rings, all orders
BROOCHES: Diamonds and
Platinum, Cameos and
Others, a Large
BAR PINS: Gold, Silver,
Platinoid,' etc Fine
-Cuff Buttons and Link all
'' Beauty and Dress Pins
1 Big Holders
Collar Pins, Gold and Silver
. LaValierres in Platinum,
Diamonds anfl all Kinds
Necklaces and Lockets
- 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
, Vest Chains
Coat and Waldeman Chains
Fobs, all Kinds
Community Silverrx Every
Cut Glass, the Prettiest Line
Vases, Large Selection
- Glasware, Large Line
Manicure -Sets, Large and
Gorham Sterling Silver
Clocks, Mantel, Traveling
Chests of Silver, tSerling
Child's Sets and Sups
Dorine Boves -Pearls,
La Tausca, Delta and
; J Richelieul
Optical Goods of all Kinds in
Charge of the Eye Spe Specialist.
cialist. Specialist. Dr. K J.
Ingersoll Watches, all Kinds
We "feel that we have the
largest and best line of goods
in x- Ocala. Come and look
them over, and let us help
vou make your Christmas se selection
lection selection now.
Complete line of school supplies al
ways on hand at Tydings & Co. tf
Beautiful stationery in the daintiest
tints for the holiday trade. THE SPE SPECIALTY
CIALTY SPECIALTY SHOP, A. E. GERIG. 3teod
A complete line of perfumeries and
tt-ilet accessories. Tydin?3 & Co., op opposite
posite opposite Harrington Hall hotel. tf
WANTED, LOST, FOUND, FOR
SALE, FOR RENT AND SIM SIMILAR
ILAR SIMILAR LOCAL NEEDS
If your -grocer doesn't supply you
w.th FEDERAL bread, let U3 serve Kates. Six Unf maximum, one time,
you at the bakery, Ocala House 23c; three times, 50c; six times, 75c;
t.ock. 8-t one month, $3. Payable in advance.
KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS
Friday evening the members of the
Eight O'Clock Dancing Club will give
their fourth ball "of the season at the
Woman's Club. There' will be many
other delightful entertainments dur
ing the month, among which will be
another ball given by this." cluV on
Christmas night; On the 31st there
will be two large dances. The mem
bers of the T. A. G. Club will be hos hostesses
tesses hostesses to an elaborate ball at the
Woman's Club and the-; Eight. O'Clock
Dancing Club will give its ball at the
Ocala Country Club. -: ;
Ocala Lodge No. 19. Conventions
held every Monday evening at 7:S0
o'clock at the castle hall, over the G.
C. Greene Co. drugstore. A cordial
welcome to visiting brothers:
J. W. Akin, C. C.
- Chas. K. Sage, K. of R. & S.
ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE
OF TRAINS IN OCALA
DRESSMAKING For first class
dressmaking, evening gowns a spe
cialty and all kinds of intricate
work, phone Miss Perry, at Florida
Jlouse. .', c'Ct
FOR REN T Furnished apartment.
- Apply to 603 E. Second St. SO-tf
FOR RENT Several large and com
fortable furnished rooms. Apply at
504 Oklawaha avenue. 7-Ct
Seaboard Air Lue i
Meet me at the American Cafe.
Uruon Station, Ocala, for a regular
dinner family style. Best dinner i
the state for 75c Eat and drink .all
you want. Time for dinner 11 a. m. to
2:S0 p. m. 9 17-tf
' - . -
Get the habit ot reading, the ads.'
ORDER OF EASTERN STAR
Ocala Chapter No. 29, O. E. &
meets at the Masonic hall the second
and fourth Thursday evenings of each
month at 8 o'clock.
Mrs. Lillian Simmons, W. M.
Mrs. Susan. Cook, Secretary.
Afake your -.wants known t y adver
tising them. XI r 2
s sroyalVarch Masons 0 F
Regular conventions of the' Ocala
Chapter No. 13, R A. M., oil the fourth
Friday in every inonth at 8, p. m.
. H. S. Wesson," II P. ? ;
Jake Brown, Secretary. i
Successful" business men -'.are: good
users-of printer's ink. :;,
See our Butterfly;
Whei you are doing your holiday
sVopping look over our line of import
ed and omestic hair brushes. Tydings
& Co., opp. Harrington Hall hotel, tf
Miss Agnes Burf ord, who is at attending'
tending' attending' Randolph-Macon College at
Lynchburg, Va.j will arrive home on
the 23rd to spend her Christmas holi
days with her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
R. A. Burf ord.
Stanley "FERROSTAT" is non non-b'
b' non-b' eakable keeps hot or cold. Quart
aid two-quart sizes. Tydings & Co. tf
The Christian Endeavor Society bf
the Presbyterian church "will give a
social tomorrow evening at 8 o'clock
at thet home of Mrs. N. R. Russell. All
members should be present and others
interested are invited.
JACOB'S SUPliKB CANDIES in
holiday boxes. Prices from 5c. to $25
Anti-Monopoly Drug Store, exclusive
agent. 3-1 Ot
Mrs.' G. S. Scott left yesterday aft
ernoon for Birmingham to spend the
holidays with her son, Dr. E. L. Scott,
and family. Mr. Scott will join hi3
wife for Christmas and together they
will return home about the first of the
f- We always carry a nice line
Men's Trousers. FISHEL'S.
WEIHE CO. K
THE OCALA' JEWELERS,
"Gifts That Last
Jiidcre Smith has' made r another
quartet of souls happy. In his office
this week he married Miss Sarah Jane
Putnam to Mr. J. J. Linsy, both o
Dunnellon, and Miss Elizabeth Vir
e-inia Dixon to Mr. Elbert Ammons
both of Williston. ; v :
We have a very; pretty line p
LADIES COATS an dour prices are
lower than elsewhere. .FISHEL'S. t
Arrive from Jacksonville . 2 :10 a. m. I
Leave for Tampa. . . 2:15 a. m.
Arrive from Jacksonville..
Leave for Tampa ........
Arrive from Jacksonville. 3:51 p. m.
Leave for Tampa. ....... 4:05 p. m.
Amve from Tampa....... s:i4a.m.
Leave for Jacksonville .... 2 :15 a. m
Airive from Tampa....... l:3op. m.
Leave for Jacksonville... 1:55 p. in.
Arrive from Tampa. . . 4:16 p. m.
Leave for Jacksonville..., 4:17 p.m.
Arrive from New York. ... 1:34 a. m.
Leave for St. Petersburg. 1:37 a. m
Arrive from St. Petersburg 2:55 a.m.
Leave for New York. . . 3:00 a. m.
Atlantic Coast Line
Arrive from Jacksonville.. 2:31 a.m.
eave for St. Petersburg.. 2:32 a.m.
Arrive from Jacksonville.. 3:34 p.m.
Leave for St. Petersburg.. 3:35p.m.
Arrive from Jacksonville.. 10 :12p.m.
Leave for Leesburg. 10:13 p. "B,
Arrive from St. Petersburg 2:26 a.m
Leave for J acksonvule . . 2 :27 a. m
Arrive from St. Petersburg 1:25 p.m.
Leave for Jacksonville. . 1:45 p. m.
Arrive from Leesburg . . 6:41 a. nt.
Leave for Jacksonville. . 6:42 a. m.
Arrive from Homosassa... 1.25p.m.
Leave for Homosassa. ..... 3:25 p. m.
Amve : from Gainesville,
daily except Sunday . . 11 :50 a. m.
Leave for Gainesville, daily
except Sunday . 4:45 p m.
Leave for Lakeland Tues
day, Thursday, Saturday 7:25 a. m.
Ar. from Lakeland, Tues
day, Thursday, Saturday 11 :03 p. el
Leave for Wilcox,. Monday,
Wednesday and Friday.. 7:10a.m.
Arrive from Wilcox, Mon
day. Wednesday, Friday. 6:45 p.m.
FOR SALE Two commercial Dode
atuomobiles. Experss bodies. Apply
to E. C. Jordan & Co., Ocafa. 7-3t
-Three rooms for lif :ht
1:S0 p. m. t nT p pvt.
J; 0. SPENCER
W. R. PEDHICK
-Kit is .4- k .-
Sanchez St., or phone 238.'
FOR SALj; Six room house with
bath, large lot, $1000. See John P.
Rogers, owner, 120 S. Magnolia St -Ocala.
"ABB AGE 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. f tf
WANTED To hire auto trucks and
team to haul blocks 56-inches long,
'oy the cord or block; good pay. See
Fred J. Baird, four miles south on
.Dixie Highway. 9-3t
WANTED A good farmer to farm
on shares. Also would lik& to plant
teni fifteen or twenty acres of oats
on shares. I have good land near
town. W. D: Cam. 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
HERO-COLA WOODY ARD 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., 26-lm
We Make a Specialty of Parts for the Buick and
the Prices are Consistent-with the Cost of Same.
GOODYEAR AMD U. S. TIRES AND TUBES
Exdnsivc Agents for VESTA BATTERY, 18 Mo. Guarantee
.- I i An JJp-to-Date Battery Service Station
We Maintain an Up-tp-Date Garage with
'-'i Expert Worknen;ati all -'times', .Assuring
Prompt and Efficient Service.
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
FOR SALE A six-rpom
modern, conveniences, on
i GASOLINE, OILS AND GREASE.
SPENCER-PEDRIIK MOTOR CO.
- : ..
At the Harrington Hall Hotel. Sat Sat-uidav
uidav Sat-uidav at 12:30 p. m.,' Mr3. Mamie W.
Kali will entertain a few of her
friends at a luncheon, complimenting
her daughter-in-law, Mrs. R. S. Hall
and the latters sister, Miss Nellie
Bai'of Greensboro, N. C ,v
If it is service you arc after and
the choicest meats and fancy groc groc-eiies,
eiies, groc-eiies, jut phone 243, Cook's Market
End Grocery. V l-10t
The friends of Mr. Alfred MacKay
will be interested to learn that he will
sever his connection with the Camp
Phosphate Co.at Dunnellon, after
Christmas, and return to Ocala to
make his home and enter business
with his father in the firmof George
MacKay & Company. :
After a pleasant summer spen in
New York, Washington and Balti Baltimore,
more, Baltimore, with a visit to relatives in
Georgia on the way home. Mrs Ed
Carmichael has returned to Ocala and
is at her apartments in the Ocala
DOLLS at THE
and &et Results
At its last meeting the city council,
at the recommendation of the mayor,
eletced Mr. Henry Gordon to take Mr.
S. C. -M. ThomaV place at marshal
when Mr. Thomas becomes sheriff.
The mayor and council have made a
good selection. Mr. Gordon has proven
himself a brave and skillful officer
and the town will have an excellent
kv r:V jj mi V: iijjh piinm. iij). il, ,ii .n mmm qi
gifts at THE
Abruzzi seed rye, $4; per busheL
Rust proof seed oats, $L50 per busheL
Ocala Seed Store. 22-tf
Among the guests at the Harring Harrington
ton Harrington Hall thi3 week is Mr. Harry J.
Boyle, treasurer of the Commercial
Credit Company, New Orleans. Mr.
Boyle is in the city in' the interest of
his company and says he has repos repossessed
sessed repossessed several auto trucks in this sec
tion of the state which he will sell at
the purchaser's own terms. His ad advertisement
vertisement advertisement appears in today's paper.
O, GIRLS, have you seen those new
SPORT HATS at FISHEL'S? 9-3t
Minshall's line of holiday
Many suitable gifts, some not carried bf
. other stores.
The fines line in Florida
CUT GLASS CHINA
Hundreds of beautiful articles await your aproval
Goods sent for selection to those
furnishing satisfactory reference.
ESS & SLAGER
Jacksonville, ; -: -::
street. Cheap and terms if desired.
Communicate with owner, box 609,
LOST Crank for Hudson car, be
tween Reddick and Ocala postoffice.
Suitable reward if left at the Star
I OR SALE Heavy white iron 'bed
stead 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 nt Oak, Flor Florida,
ida, Florida, est
FOR y RENT Light housekeeping
apartments, furnished or unfur unfurnished.
nished. unfurnished. 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 Emporia,
poria, Emporia, Fla. 7-Ct
FJR SALE Cozy five-room house,
lights, bath and gas : near primary
school; $2500, terms. James Hall,
Florida House, Ocala, Fla. 9-lt
-Wood cook stove.
COWS FOR SALE Good milkers,
Holstein and Jersey breeds; very
gentle and ideal family cows. Also
one 2-year-old Jersey bull. Camp's
stock and three graded Jersey heif heifers.
ers. heifers. Abner Pooser, 515 South 9th
St., phone 576.
WM. Am TINSMAN ;
ALL WORK GUARANTEED
Estimates Furnished Free
Fhone No. 526, 215 W. 5th St. Ocala
We repair all makes of cars and
specialize on Maxwell, Chalmers and
: NEEDHAM MOTOR CO. ;
; X H Storage, Gasoline, Oils ard GreaseT
I 5.se4ejiuiurd Parts; Cars washed, $1.00
j S GRIPP S-BOOT H S IX
Phone 252- Cor. Oklawalia snd 0n:aje
- Used Cars for Sale
m m m pc fc
GEO. J. WILLIAMS
Formerly Carroll Motor Company
Garage, Osceola St.
WOODMEN OF THE WORLD
'Fort King Camp No. 14 meets t
K. of P. hall at 7:30 p. m. every sec second
ond second and fourth Friday Visiting sov sovereigns
ereigns sovereigns are always' welcome.
J. C Bray, C. C.
Chas. K. Sage, Clerk.
CANE SYRUP Parties desiring
Florida cane syrup put up in their own
vessels, direct from the kettle, will
please communicate with r.) rt
either by mail or ph";-3.. L. Z 1
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