Weather Forecast: Fair tonight and
Tuesday; colder with freezing tem temperature
perature temperature Tuesday and frosts in north
OGALA, FLORIDA, MONDAY, DECEMBER 15, 1919.
VOL. 26, NO. 298
BUSINESS ON A
HUGO HAS HOT
" MUCH HOPE
HOT ANY CHANCE
FOR XMAS NOG
HUE AFTER ALL
FROST WILL HIT
Or Soon Will be on Account of Re Restrictions
strictions Restrictions on Use of Coal
' Taken Off
Washington, Dec. 15. Restrictions
against supplying coal to foreign
ships was relaxed today to permit the
departure of hundreds of vessels which
have been held in Atlantic and other
ports since the shortage of coal be became
came became acute.
Chicago, Dec. 15. Restrictions on
the use of coal were removed today
and industry throughout the country
approached a normal basis. From
nearly all coal fields came reports that
fully nine per cent of the miners
were at work today. The operators
said there would be nothing like the
normal output for several days as it
wilt be necessary to clear the ways of
debris which has accumulated during
the strike. Shipments of newly mined
coal' have been started from a few
mine sand are expected to be in the
hands of distributors soon.
GET READY TO SEE THE GOV.
It is understood that Gov. Catts and
some or all members of his cabinet,
intend to be in the city Wednesday, to
visit the industrial school.
WELL! WELL! WELL!
It is reported that an attempt was
made by certain prominent citizens to
hf.ve the members of the board of
county commissioners indicted for ex extravagance.
travagance. extravagance. FANCY WORK SALE
The guilds of Grace Episcopal
church will hold a sale of aprons and
farcy work articles at the Affleck
Millinery Parlors Wednesday, Dec. 17,
at 10:30 a. m. 15-2t
V : ;
Four kinds of apples, 30 to 80 cents
per dozen, at W. A. Stroud's. 15-tf
Genuine Seneca cameras and films
for holiday gifts, at the Anti-Monopoly
Drug Store. 2-tf
Aur ttoy store has received many
new goods which were delayeH in
transit. THE BOOK SHOP. 15-3t
The most complete line of Thermos
Bottles we have ever displayed. Come
i nand see them. Gerig's Drug tSore.
For Jolds, take Nyais Laxacold
Tablets, 25c. Anti-Monopoly Drug
The Book Shop is fortunate in hav hav-in
in hav-in gthe best line of Christmas goods
it has ever carried. All the late ship shipments
ments shipments are now in and the stock is
complete. Many of these goods were
bought before the advance in prices
and our customers will be given the
benefit of these prices. Our line of
bocks is large and we can supply al almost
most almost any book desired. Our toy store
has a complete stock of dolls, toys and
games. THE BOOK SHOP. 15-3t
vFor quick sale. Seaboard restaurant,
fixtures and supplies, $600. -Cash. Ap Apply
ply Apply at Seaboard Restaurant. 12-19
PORTABLE ELECTRIC LAMPS
' AUTOMOBILE BULBS
Plumbing and Electrical
Work and Supplies
Orpcsite Harrington Hall Hotel
Severe Cold from the Northwest Will
Reach Central Part of
Washington, Dec. 15. There was
cold weather generally throughout
the southeast today, except southern
Florida. Continued cold tonight is the
forecast east of the Mississippi river
and in Florida colder with frosts.
Freezing temperatures will prevail as
far as central Florida.
GREAT BRITAIN RECALLS GREY
For Some Weeks from America to
Discuss Matters with His
London, Dec. 15. Viscount Grey,
ambassador to the United States, has
beer granted leave of absence from
Washington to come to England and
discuss several important questions
with the government. Premier Lloyd
George announced today.
NO IRISH BILL
Premier Lloyd George announced in
the house of commons today that no
Irish bill will be introduced at this
session of parliament. He promised a
statement next Monday giving an out outline
line outline of the measure.
PHENOMENON OF A BLUE SUN
Cause, Astronomers Assert, Was the
Eruption of a Large Volcano
at Sunda States.
Astronomers of different countries
have more than once recorded a blue
moon. This remarkable phenomenon
has been twice observed, both in Italy
and Austria.'but only once In England.
A blue sun has appeared once only,
and will probably never be seen again
even to the end of existence, astron astronomers
omers astronomers say. This occurred In August
.1883, at the Sunda States. The cause
was the eruption of a large volcano
In the terrible shock that followed
a great range of mountains was blown
completely into the air. The cavity
left on the Sunda States after this
explosion was 1,000 feet deep. Billions
of tons of rock, dust and mud were
blown heavenward for no less than
It can be understood what the ex explosion
plosion explosion was like when it is said that
at Batavia, exactly 100 miles away,
the street lamps had to be lit, although
the time was not yet noon. The sun
up to this time was compfetely ob obscured;
scured; obscured; but toward sunset the sunset
that only the tropics know came the
magnificent phenomenon known to
astronomers as the blue sun. This
was seen by every one within 30 or
40 degrees of the equator.
God and Satan play chess together.
But the chess they play Is not the little
Ingenious game that originated in In India;
dia; India; It Is on an altogether different
scale. The ruler of the universe cre creates
ates creates the board, the pieces, and the
rules ; he makes all the moves ; he may
make as many moves as he likes when whenever
ever whenever he likes ; his antagonist, however,
is permitted to introduce a slight in inexplicable
explicable inexplicable Inaccuracy Into each move,
which necessitates further moves in
correction. The creator determines
and conceals the aim of the game,
and it is never clear whether, the pur purpose
pose purpose of the adversary Is to defeat or
assist him In his unfathomable pro project.
ject. project. H. G. Wells.
Filipinos Produce Fire With Syringe.
The natives of the Philippine Islands
produce fire by what is called a fire
syringe. Thte is really a highly scien scientific
tific scientific device. A piece of very hard wood
has a small hole bored In It, and Into
this hole a rod fits closely, a piece of
cotton wool rendering the joint air airtight.
tight. airtight. At the bottom of the hole a
small piece of tinder is placed. When
air is strongly compressed It becomes
heated; so the-natives force the rod
down the hole, the air is violently
compressed, and the tinder Is so heated
that It begins to smolder; then the
rod is withdrawn, and the tinder is
Immediately fanned Into a flame.
Final Proof of Power.
The man who Is worthy of being a
leader of men will never complain of
the stupidity of his helpers, of the
ingratitude of mankind, or of the in in-appreciation
appreciation in-appreciation of the public. These
things are all a part of the great game
of life, and to meet them and not go
down before them in discouragement
and defeat is the final proof of power.
Bring or ship your furs to the Ocala
Exchange & Hide Co. 6-lm
Lockets and chains for the babies at
THE BOOK SHOP. 15-3t
A few of those games left. Better
come in and get yours. Gerig's Drug
Cranberries, 15 cents per pound, at
W. A. Stroud's. ; 15-tf
Stationery in holiday boxes at the
Ai:ti-Monopoly Drug Store. 2-tf
?A comnlete line of Volland's Christ-1
mas cards at JHE BOOK SHOP. 3t i
Washington, Dec. 15. The Ameri American
can American embassy at Mexico City was di directed
rected directed today by the state department
to make representations to-the Mex Mexican
ican Mexican government regarding the kid kidnapping
napping kidnapping of Fred Hugo. American
manager of a ranch near Muzquiz, by
VilHstas last week..
GARFIELD MADE THE GOAT
And Congrss Wants Know Why Hi3
Plans Were So Unceremonious Unceremoniously
ly Unceremoniously Set Aside
Washington, Dec. 15. While relax relaxation
ation relaxation of restrictions on the use of bi bituminous
tuminous bituminous coal continued yesterday, in indicating
dicating indicating governmental belief that the
strike crisis in the industry has pass passed,
ed, passed, congressional investigation began
to bear upon the active participants
in the settlement.
The appearance last night of Dr.
Harry A. Garfield, whose resignation
as federal fuel administrator was ac accepted
cepted accepted by President Wilson, before
the Senate sub-committee investigat investigating
ing investigating the coal situation, was followed
by indications that Attorney General
Palmer and other high officials would
be called on this week to explain why
plans of Dr. Garfield were set aside
and a compromise made with the
miners' union on a basis which the
former fuel administrator described
as "contrary to fundamental princi principles
ples principles of government."
ALL TRAINS ON AGAIN
The railroad men inform us that
ail the trains laid off a few days ago
on account of the coal shortage go on
again today and tomevrow. The limit
ed resumed its runs on the Seaboard
today. On the Coast Line, No. 9 comes
thru from Jacksonville this evening,
and No. 10 will come up from Lees Lees-burg
burg Lees-burg in the morning. Sunnyjim goes
out again in the morning. All trains
will run on their former schedules.
Monday, .15: Norma Talmage in
"De Luxe Annie."
Tuesday, 16: Enid Sennett in "Furs
Wednesday, 17: George Walsh in
"The Winning Stroke."
Thursday, 18: Eilly Burke in "The
Friday, 19: Madge Kennedy in
MT T4- O
Saturday, 20: H. B. Warner in
Monday, 22: Mitchell Lewis in "The
Code of the Yukon."
Tuesday, 23: "Bringing up Father."
Wednesday, 24: Ray and Fair in
The Lost Princess."
Thursday, 25: Marguerite Clark in
Friday, 26: Louis Bennison in
Saturday, 27: All Star Cast in "The
House of Intrigue."
Monday, 29: Alice Brady in "The
Tuesday, 30: Coburn's Minstrels.
Wednesday, 31: William Russell in
Bananas, 40 to 60 cents a dozen at
W. A. Stroud's. 15-tf
Beautifu line of floor lamps at THE
BOOK SHOP. 15-3t
W. K. Lane, M. D Physician and
Surgeon, specialist Eye, Ear, Nose and
Throat. Law Library Building, Ocala.
ONE NIGHT ONLY
1 VQ T
A Squadron of Airplanes Would
More Good than the American
Prices: 50c, 75c, $1 and $1.50. Tickets on sale Thursday at the Court
Pharmacy. The prices are so low andthe show so good, that you will have
to get your seats early if you want choice ones. This is a guaranteed at attraction
traction attraction and one you must not miss. Bring the kiddies to see Jiggs alive.
Ho will bring joy to their little hearas. This is the one big show of the
Prince of Movie Producers Can Film
a Heartfelt Drama of
Miami, Fla., Dec. 14. Submarine
chasers and airplanes are searching
for the yacht Grey Duck which left
heie Wednesday for Nassau with Da David
vid David W. Griffith, motion picture pro producer,
ducer, producer, and a party of thirty-six mo motion
tion motion picture actors, cameramen and
others. Advices received here say
the party had not reached the Ba Ba-haman
haman Ba-haman island capital. The yacht's
motors were known to be giving trou trouble
ble trouble when the Grey Duck left this port.
The Grey Duck left here Wednesday,
and unless she stopped or changed her
course, should have reached the Ba Bahamas
hamas Bahamas the same day.
A seaplane which left here at ten
a. m. yesterday wirelessed back from
Nassau after five hours scouting over
adjacent islands that no trace of the
Grey Duck had been seen. A stiff
g?le has been blowing off the coast
for the past week.
The appeal to the navy department
for aid was followed by a dispatch for
the revenue cutter to scout between
Miami and Nassau. It was stated on
what was believed to be reliable au authority
thority authority that three engineers recently
declined to accept the position as en engineer
gineer engineer of the missing launch. The
Grey Duck is 60 feet over all and is
powered with a 200-horsepower gas gasoline
oline gasoline motor. Will J. Read, mayor of
Fcrt Lauderdale, and a wealthy real
estate operator, and hi3 18-year-old
daughter, Marian, were on board the
SHE CAME IN SAFE
Miami, Dec. 15. The Miami Herald
ai 12:05 this morning received a wire wireless
less wireless message from Hotel Lucerne,
-Nassau, saying the Grey Duck Arrived
in Nassau late yesterday (December
14) and that all the party on board
aie safe bat have been without food
tor three days. Two of the party
were swept from the deck but were
lescued. The boat nearly capsized in
the northwest channel. The pilot was
injured and others on board were
ioi ced to tke their turn at the wheel
while the helpless craft wallowed in
The wireless message follows:
"Grey Duck arrived late today driv driven
en driven by a heavy gale. D. W. Griffith and
party safe but had three days without
food and little water. The boat near nearly
ly nearly capsized twice in the northwest
channel. The pilot was injured and
Griffith was forced to take his turn at
the wheel, while the helpless boat
wallowed far from her course. The
yacht arrived after union church ser services
vices services where prayers were spoken for
the missing boat and passengers. The
wa es were only thirty feet high but
choppy and caused trouble in abund abundance.
ance. abundance. Mank says the survival is a
miiacle. Several of the party are con con-fired
fired con-fired in their beds from exhaustion."
The wireless message received here
gp.ve no further details.
Erector sets for the boys. THE
BOOK SHOP Toy Store. 15-3t
. Three kinds of oranges, 20 to 60
cents a dozen at W. A. Stroud's. 15-tf
Speedy and Comfortable
Cars at All Hours
The Big Musical Event of all Times.
Nothing Better and the Fun Show of
the World. See Jiggs Alive and in
Society. Then Try to Stop Laughing.
It Can't be Done. Forty People and
all Our Own Music.
The War-Time Prohibition Measure
Held Constitutional by the
Washington, Dec. 15. War-time
prohibition was held constitutional to today
day today by the supreme court in an unani unanimous
mous unanimous decision. Thus vanished the
house of many for a wet holiday time.
No decision was rendered on cases
involving the constitutionality of the
piohibition enforcement act framed
to carry out the intent of the prohi prohibition
bition prohibition amendment to the constitution.
In passing, however, Associate Justice
Brandeis did hold the prohibition
amendment binding on states' as well
as the federal government. The de decision
cision decision added one of the final mile milestones
stones milestones to the long fight to make the
country dry. The court will render
opinions again next Monday, at which
time the beer cases are expected to be
decided, after which the court will re recess
cess recess until January 5th.
FIRE WASNT FIERCE
New York, Dec. 15. The fire last
night on the steamship Dekalb, a for former
mer former German liner now undergoing
alterations here to enter the South
American service, caused no damage,
officials of the shipping board an announced
nounced announced today.
SEVEN NEW CARDINALS
Rome, Dec. 15. Seven new cardi cardinals
nals cardinals were nominated today during a
secret session of the consistory at
which the pope delivered an allocu allocution.
tion. allocution. Previous information indicated
there were no Americans in the list.
HIGH RANK EASILY ACQUIRED
Militaristic Knowledge Not at All Neo Neo-ssary
ssary Neo-ssary for Haitian to Become'
"General" In Army.
Haiti, as a country, Impresses a re recent
cent recent traveler with the multiplicity of
1U generals and the variety and gor gor-feousness'of
feousness'of gor-feousness'of their uniforms. In the
Black Republic" the title of gen general,"
eral," general," It appeaTS, Is conferred for any
ort of ierrlce to the state or, as is
probably even more effective In provid providing
ing providing revenue for the makers of uni uniforms,
forms, uniforms, to the political party that hap happens
pens happens te be In power. Military ex experience
perience experience is not necessary to become
a general, although apparently any
and all generals are more or less
recognized as such by the private
soldiers recruited by a compulsory
system, and so poorly and Irregularly
paid that a visitor to the president's
palace must sometimes distribute
coppers to the entire military body
guard expectantly lined up to receive
him. As soon as the citizen who has
earned the gratitude of state or party
receives his appointment, says the
Chronicler, he "immediately buys him himself
self himself a uniform of whatever color and
style his fancy may dictate, to which
he adds a collection of all sorts and
kinds of medaU." His next need
is a charger; he acquires one of
the diminutive ponies of the island,
vaults or climbs Into the saddle, and
BIG MEN ON CLUB'S ROSTER
Poets and Scientists Belonged to Or Organization
ganization Organization Which Found Recrea Recrea--
- Recrea-- Hon In the Adirondack.
Longfellow's dislike for killing ani animals
mals animals prerented him from accompany accompanying
ing accompanying Emerson, Agasslz. Lowell and oth other
er other learned men comprising a party of
ten that went Into the Adlrondacks
each summer, according to State Serv Service,
ice, Service, a New York monthly. These trips
formed the foundation for Emerson's
work entitled. The Adlrondacks. a
Journal dedicated to my fellow-travelers
In August, 1858." An anecdote of
the trip often repeated was that of
Longfellow, who aked If Emerson
would carry a gun. When Informed
he .would, Longfellow replied: Then
I shall not go. Somebody will be shot."
Emerson had great difficulty shoot shooting
ing shooting a deer, as when he went night
hunting he couldn't see the animals.
He shot after his guide gave the or order.
der. order. When he missed, on one occa occasion,
sion, occasion, he said that he would shoot at
the next square thing he saw. because
he must kill a der, even If the guide
had to hold It by the tall while he
Out of these trips the Philosopher's
club was formed, which built a club
at Ampersand pond. The club ex expired
pired expired when the Civil war broke out.
Later fires swept the woods and
spoiled the region around Folleusbee,
where the club was wont to shoot .and
A large shipment of dolls just re received
ceived received at THE BOOK SHOP. 15-3t
Cranberries, 15 cents per pound, at
W. A. Stroud's. 15-tf
An elegant line of Ladies' Hanker Hanker-chiefs
chiefs Hanker-chiefs and Camisoles for Christmas
gifts at the Stylo Hat Shop. ll-3t
The best winter hog and cow pas
ture is rye. rape and oats. At Ocala
Seed Store. 13-tf
Is Likely to Immediately Follow
Reading of the Last Ger German
man German Note
Berlin, Saturday. Dec. 14. In her
note replying to the last Entente com communication
munication communication demanding the signing of
the protocol preliminary to putting
the peace treaty in effect, which is
now on its way to Paris, Germany
yields in her stand on the Scapa Flow
isiue to a certain extent.
NO MEETING TODAY
Paris,' Dec. 15. The meeting of the
supreme council scheduled for today
DELIVERED NOTE TO DUTASTA
Paris, Dec. 15. The German peace
delegation this morning handed Ger Germany's
many's Germany's reply to the Entente note to
Paul Dutasta, secretary of the peace
IT CALLS FOR ULTIMATUM
The forecast given by the German
press of the contents of Germany's re reply
ply reply to the Entente note is substantial substantially
ly substantially .correct, according to today's news newspapers.
papers. newspapers. Although appearin gto yield
to allide demands, Germany, they de de-clase,
clase, de-clase, makes a reservation on the
principal point concerning the sink sinking
ing sinking of the Scapa Flow fleet.
A definite answer, it is declared,
will be brief, the note taking the form
of an ultimatum and fixing a definite
time for signing the protocol.
THE KING'S HIGHWAY.
Time was we heard the call of the roa4
When ki were young and ay,
1 and my Love from our own abode
Out to the King's Highway.
We smelt the imt!l of the hay !n bloom
And the miles of the scented hay
When the greensward broke Into flush
Out on the King's Highway.
We heard the sound of the feeding klne
When dews ran silver and gray.
The sweets of the night were better than
Out on the King's Highway.
Now he has taken the road alone
And I have no heart to stay;
I would that I with my Love were gone
Out on the King's Highway.
Katharine Tynan, In The King, High Highway.
way. Highway. MAKE PERFECT SMOKE RINGS
An Amusing Experiment With Use of
Pasteboard Box and Cigarette
or Pipe Smoke.-
Take a small pasteboard box, seal
the cover tight and draw a funny
face upon Its cover. Cut an opening
for the mouth and fill the box with
smoke. Then, with quick, light taps,
strike the bottom of- the box and a
series of perfect smoke rings will la la-sue
sue la-sue from the hole. A hundred or more
'rings can be thrown out of the box
Smoke Rings Issuing From Box.
with only one filling of smoke. This la
an easy way to study the. seeming
mystery of smoke rings. As the smoke
is forced out it strikes the still air
outside and Immediately breaks In the
middle, forming a "doughnut" ring,
which turns very rapidly on an axis
lying in the center of the rim of
smoke. Dale R. Van Horn In Popular
Bananas, 40 to CO cents a dozen at
V. A. Stroud's. 15-tf
A beautiful line of cameo3 at THE
BOOK SHOP. 15-3t
Stop! Have you tried Federal Bread,
the "best bread in the world." 20-tf
THc. "I know just the gift
. i i i "n :
"''V. vV certificate.
DR. K. J. WEI HE,
Optometrist and Optician.
DR. G. A. EDMISTON
Veterinai, Physician and Surgeon
Phone 38 M
Careful Estimates made on all Con
tract work. Gives More and Better
Work for the Money than any other
contractor in the city.
Annunzio May Have Made a Grand
Stand Play, but it Was
Fiume, Dec. 15. Prepaartions are
under way for the evacuation "of Fiume
by D'Annunzio and occupation of the
city by regular Italian troops Italy
is to have complete sovereignty over
Fiume and all provisions of the treaty
of London will be carried out under
the terms of the compact signed by
Premier Nitti and D'Annunzio, ac according
cording according to a statement by D'Annun D'Annun-zio's
zio's D'Annun-zio's press representative. D'An D'Annunzio
nunzio D'Annunzio is declared to consider all his
ambitions which resulted in the seiz seizure
ure seizure of Fiume to have been attained.
Unsuccessful Attempt Made to Mur Murder
der Murder the Premier
Cairo, Dec. 15. An unsuccessful
attempt was made today to assassi assassinate
nate assassinate the premier while he was driving
to the ministry. The assailant was
Twelve of these cars arrived Satur Saturday
day Saturday and eight of them were sold im immediately.
mediately. immediately. They are. little wonders.
They are to other cars what an In In-gersol
gersol In-gersol is to other watches. They can
make from 40 to 50 miles on one gal gallon
lon gallon of gasoline and will run as slow
as three miles per hour or as fast as
If it's JEWELRY you .want for
holiday presents, come in and see my
line. J. E. Allemand. 12-tf
Our stock in silver ware is now
complete, all articles having been re received.
ceived. received. THE BOOK SHOP. 15-3t
During the entire month of
December we will sell our im im-menselinc
menselinc im-menselinc of Trimmed and Un Un-trimmed
trimmed Un-trimmed Hats at greatly reduc reduced
ed reduced prices. The exclusiveness of
design shown in these hats will
especially appeal to particular
people. The quality is the best
and there's nothing but late
styles in the lot. Call and see
Style Mat Stiop
g&M. & C Bank Building
life Insurance ;
The kind that insures, J
Against want, in old age, J
Against raises in premium J
The Prudential Idnd :
See Ditto at once Z
F. W. Ditto. ;
Mclvcr k Maclay
UNDERTAKERS and EMBALMERS
PHONES 47. 184. XC3
and other tlcin injuries are
dangerous if allowed to become
instant I r sootnes. disinfects anl hoU
Keep a bottl on your shtlf for emergencies"
Aik yocr drujjist for it.
OCALA EVENING STAR, MONDAY, DECEMBER 15, 1919
OCALA EVEDIDG. STAil
shot the officer in the gun hand and in
turn the officer shot him through the
heart. In court the following day the
officer was relieved of all resoonsibil-
FiibilMbed Every Day Except Sunday fc; ity of the shooting, having killed his
WOMAN'S CLUB MEETING
MANUFACTURE OF SIRUP
STAR PUBLISHING COMPANY
OF OCALA, FLA.
n ii rr.n r-i.i
P. V. Leaveogood, Secretary-Traanrer
J. II. Benjamin, Editor
man in self-defense, but the mother
and innocent babe were left cold and
helpless. Lakeland Star.
Probably there were many instances
almost as bad. But what did the
United Mine Workers care?
entered at Ocala, la., postoffice &a
MiiMlneMM Office Hve-Oic
tentorial Department Two Seres
MCMI1E1K ASSOCIATED PRESS
The Associated Presa ia exclusively
entitled for the use fox republication of
all news dispatches credited to it ox
not otherwise credited in this paper
and also the local news published
herein. All rights of republication of
epectal dispatches herein are also reserved.
This is the merry Christmas season,
and we have granted a general am amnesty,
nesty, amnesty, so after reading in the Miami
Herald of the lath an editorial head headed,
ed, headed, "Something Else. Yet," we will
; not repeat our remark of several day3
ago that in argument about the peace
treaty the dear Herald could hide
behind a corkscrew. The Herald not
only contradicts the Star but itself.
If the editor of the Herald will search
The meeting of the Ocala Woman's U. S. Department of Agriculture
Club held Saturday afternon was the Bureau of Chemistry
ono scheduled to take place December Washington, Dec. 8, 1919.
6th. but which was postponed owing Hen Duncan U. Fletcher,
to the funeral of the lamented Dr. E. United States Senate.
Vet, Hood. My dear Senator Fletcher: I beg
The executive board met previous to to acknowledge receipt of your letter
the regular meeting, which opened of November 28, asking for informa informa-wilh
wilh informa-wilh the singing of "America." The tion concerning the manufacture of
president, Mrs. W. T. Gary presided cane sirup that will not crystalize nor
and interesting reports of standing readily ferment.
committees were read. The corres- I regret that it is not possible with with-pot:ding
pot:ding with-pot:ding secretary read letters from in the scope of a letter to give you the
J'rs. Rex Todd and Mrs. W. M. Gober, details of the work extending over a
former members of the club, and a peiiod of several years which the bu bu-letter
letter bu-letter from the Woman's Club of reau has done looking towards the de de-Jacksonville,
Jacksonville, de-Jacksonville, relative to the member- velopment of a process which will be
ship of Mrs. T. I. Arnold, who has re- effective in preventing the crystalliza crystalliza-cently
cently crystalliza-cently come from that city to remain tion and fermentation of cane sirup,
in Ocala during the winter. The bureau had hoped that it would
The president reported four new be possible for this work to have de-
m embers, who are Miss Dorothy Lan-lveloped to a point that it could have
the files of his own paper beginning
Feb. 25, 1919, he will find in the dis-.ca.-ter, Mrs. E. G. Lindner, Mrs. R. T. published the results of the investiga
On5 year, in advance $(.00
Six months, in advance 5.00
ne month, in advance tOl"161 opposition irom a majority us. me
rfnublicans and some of the demo-
patches ample confirmation of all the
Star has saidi Mr. Wilson explained
the plan for the league of nations to
the Senate and House foreign com
mittees on the nieht of Feb. 26. It
If we had more men like Garfield
in office in Washington, Mexico and
the miners would not bluff the gov government
ernment government to a standstill.
icrats almost at once, and it was
about that time the Star said the
treaty with the league attached could
not be ratified. Also about that time,
, ... line league oi nations, ou me uuuiu
Tampa has another shipyard strike was either as onmiscient as the Star,
me sinicers Dreawng tneir agree- or it had inside information, hopeless
ment, as usual. An agreement is only prejudice 0r an ulterior motive. To To-a
a To-a scrap of paper to the radical labor ether, they have brought on a bad
Palatka News says a number of
Putnam county ex-service men have
taken to loafing. Over here, most of
them are the best workers in the
Adams and Mrs. Weller Carmichael. tion long before this. Interruptions,
She also made a report of the com- however, due to the resignation of
mittee appointed recently to draw up members of the bureau to whom this
rules to be observed by parties rent- project was assigned and the compli
ing the club house for dances. J cations which have ensued as a result
Mrs. F. G. B. Weihe was appointed hi.ve delayed the achievement to this
chairman of conservation, otherwise end. As soon as it is practicable to
ki'i.wn as parks and driveways, to fill do so the bureau intends to carry this
the vacancy caused by the death of vork to final completion and publish
Mrs. G. T. Maughs. a bulletin on it. When the bulletin
Mrs. Lester Warner; chairman of is ready for distribution I will make
the esteemed Herald began to attack literature, reported the reorganization it a point to see that you are furnish
the league of nations, bo tne neraia oi tne naKspere ciud witn airs. ey- eel with copies for your iriends or
mour as secretary and Mrs. C. M.J perhaps better if you will give me
Brittain director of first play. "Merry I their names I will -see that copies are
Wives of Windsor," was the play se- mailed to them direct.
lected to be studied first. C. L. Alsberg, Chief.
Mrs. H. C. Dozier, chairman of pub-1 Notice Those desiring copy of the
: health, reported the amount of I above bulletin, when available, should
saies oi nnstmas seais to De $i id communicate with senator rietcner.
un to that date.
Mrs. R. B. Bullock, who last year Coocanuts, 15c. 20c and 25c. each
J. H. Spencer
W. R. Pedrick
THE OCALA GAS ENGINE WOffi!
Local Agents for the Old Reliable
case of hikackapookis which is prob
ably aggravated by drinking Miami
city water. We hope it will be cured
by Christmas, dear Herald.
- Col. Robert W. Davis, accompanied
by Mrs. Davis and two children, is
here waiting the arrival of the re-
It is a great mistake for two daily mains of Mrs. Willard, Col. Davis'
papers printed in fifty miles of each I daughter, who died in Washington
other to use syndicate editorials. If Tuesday. For many years an honored
they do use them, they should use Palatka citizen, his many friends are
them on the same day. I grieved at the necessity for his return
here under such sad circumstances.
A newspaper should have a dateline Colonel Davis is registrar of govern-
on everv nao-e. It has iust made uslmcnt lands at Gainesville, edits tne
cuss to turn to the nrst page of one
of our contemporaries, which we open-1
ed in the middle, to find its date.
Gainesville Sun and is mayor of the
University City. Palatka News.
Col. Davis daughter was very dear
to him and all his friends sympathize
Pulatka i mit ftr- fh FlnnM on. WXh mm in nis sorrow.
tennial. It would be much better
sense to hold the centennial in a lit- The Tampa Tribune has suddenly
tJe town like Palatka than in four pepped up with the entirely unexpect unexpect-cities.
cities. unexpect-cities. aa it is now nronosed to do. ed theory that because a criminal in
Henry Chubb, once the
source of republicanism in
but dormant for some time, is again
active.- Palatka News.
Henry Chubb died two years ago.
Somebody should hunt up Candi Candidate
date Candidate for the Senate Flournoy and see
to it that something is put in his
sock, Wednesday night, Dec. 24. We
have heard not of him for so long we
fear he is lost.
the penitentiary makes a good pris-
eruptive oner, that does not entitle him to a
Florida, j pardon. We hope our state pardoning
board will take the Trio's theory into
consideration. Its our opinion that a
law absolutely forbidding pardons
unless evidence of unjust conviction is
found, would somewhat contribute to
the public morality.
These people who are' so afraid to
have Americans killed in fighting for
"their country are unable to under
stand that if they prevail on all our
men to be cowards they will soon
have no country to fight for.
- 1 1 r
Well, the late Congress repealed the
daylight saving law, anyhow. Tax Taxpayers
payers Taxpayers mustn't expect too much for
their money. Clearwater Sun.
It wasn't the late Congress but this
Congress, which doesn't intend to be
early about anything.
It is conceded that the government
has no right to make a man work, un unless
less unless he is' convicted of a crime. But
if the miners had persisted in their
strike until millions of people were
dying of freezing or starvation, what
should the government' have done?
Here is a tragedy of the coal strike.
A home of less than a year with a
three weeks' old babe was left with without
out without any coal and none could be se secured;
cured; secured; the house was cold and the girl
wife and infant were suffering from
zero cold. According to the Topeka,
fKans.) Canital. where the incident
Thorn of the Palm Beach Post
wants the American language trim trimmed
med trimmed of superfluities. Those school
books we Florida citizens have to pay
so much for do not instil into our chil children
dren children the knowledge necessary to so
ttim it, dear Thorn; and "have got,"
"where is it at," and similar frag fragments
ments fragments of speech drop freely and fre frequently
quently frequently from the lips of our talented
Senator Hiram W. Johnson of Cal California,
ifornia, California, announced formally Satur Saturday
day Saturday night that he would be a candi candidate
date candidate for the republican nomination for
the presidency. The senator said he
would make a personal campaign in
every state. Mr. Johnson has an ab abnormal
normal abnormal amplification of the caput. For
the next six months he should soak
his head in alum water every night
W. S. McLin is out after the job of
state treasurer. If we had to say
anything about this we would say that
whoever ousts J. C. Luning from that
office will needs be a mighty busy cup
of tea. Lakeland Telegram.
Walter is a mighty fine boy, but
Mr. Luning will be good enough for us
Jenkins has been released only a
- i. ... A
occurred, the father became desper-jfew days, but since nis release two
ate and he took a sack and a revolver I Americans have been murdered ny
and told his wife that he would 'net Mexicans. This makes the score 553
return without coal. He went to the j we think; considerably more than
Rock Island yards in company with a twice the number it took to make
boy 15 years of age. Both had filled America go to war with Germany,
their sacks with coal taken from the
cars now, mind you, they could nor They defeated a good roads bond
carry enough coal to last a day hard- election in Marion county the other
ly. but the picture of that new-born day. This is something unusual m
babe and its mother suffering from Florida these days and something for
cold and almost starving for some- the rest of the state to deplore. A
thing warm to eat, forced him to few backward counties can do a tre tre-steal
steal tre-steal the coal. But just as he wrs mendous amount of obstruction work,
leaving the yards he was accosted by Miami Herald,
a railroad officer and told to throw up We knew that was what they woull
his hands.,, Instead he wheeled ant say about us.
was chairman of civics, reported the! at W. A. Stroud's. 15-tf
tennis court at the civic center under
course of construction. If you want Candy, and want really
Mrs. E. B. Green in a few apt words good candy, come and see our lines.
spoke of the pleasure of the club Nunnally's, "The Candy of the South,
members in the announcement of the Guth's, "Made in Baltimore," and Lig
early return to Ocala of Mrs. II. M. gett's, "Made in Boston." Boxes large
Hampton, one of the club's most ac-land small. Gerig's Drug tSore. 12-tf
tive members in the past.
Mrs. E. A. Osborne, chairman of
social and industrial condjtons, an
nounced that she had secured Dr. Cox
of the University of Florida, to lecture
at the meeting to be held on Dec 20,
and also the tentative promise of the
new president of the federation, Mrs.
McCollum, to be present on that day.
As Dr. Cox is a celebrated speaker, it
was voted that this meeting be an
open one, and it is sincerely hoped
that a large audience will be present
to greet him.
Mrs. E. T. Helvenston, one of th
club's delegates to the convention at
St. Petersburg last month, read a
very enjoyable report of the social
features at the federation, and Mrs.
Gary gave a report of the business
A beautiful piano solo, rendered by
Mrs. B. F. Condon, was enjoyed, and
the afternoon closed with a social
half-hour, the hostesses of the aft
ernoon, Mrs. J. R. Dewey, Mrs. J. W.
Davis,' Mrs. J. K. Dickson and Mrs. E.
M. Howard, assisted by little Miss
Elizabeth Dickson, served tea with I
wafers and mints.
Announces that they are now Handling Storage Batteries and
maintain a fully equiped service station for recharging batteries.
Complete line of GOODYEAR and UNITED STATES Tires and
Tubes.. All kinds of Automobile Accessories, and a full line of
parts for the BUICK.
Acetylene Welding Our Specialty
CALA GAS EMGIME WOMM
SPENCER & PEDRICK, Proprietors.
" When Better Automobiles Are Built buick Will Build Them
Ocklawalta Avenue and Osceola St.
We buy all kinds of
Exchange and Hide Co.
Select Stationery in Holiday boxes
at Gerig's Drug Store. 12-tf
A ring, watch charm or pin with
his lodge emblem will be a most ap ap-pieciated
pieciated ap-pieciated Christmas present for him.
See them here. J. E. Allemand, Har Harrington
rington Harrington Hall hotel block. 12-tf
If you want Ivory Pyralin goods,
come in and inspect the large display
we have. You can. get a small piece or
a complete Toilet Set. Lots, of odd
pieces. Gerig's Drug Store. 12-tf
P m n v- 7? 1
A visit to' our store at thii time will convince you that we are
esiryittz the mot complete line of everything that you will need in
way i,t CimiSTMAS GROCERIES.
FANCY FRUITS AND NUTS.
FANCY FRUITS IN JARS.
DRIED FRUITS. CANDY, ETC.
ALL KINDS OF. VEGETABLES IN SEASON.
Vie Dellrcry to Any Part of Town.
:ASI GROCERY COMPANY
UztttnzUia Hall Hotel
Mrs. Helvenston's Report of the F. F.
W. C. Convention
It reminded me of the faiqliar say saying
ing saying of Hooligan's, "Off again, on
again, gone again," the rapidity with
which at 3 o'clock in the morning, I
jumped out of a warm bed and into a
sleeper bound for St. Petersburg to
attend the meeting of the Florida
Federation of Women's Clubs. Upon
awakening, I found Mrs. McCollum of
Gainesville and met several other la ladies
dies ladies on their way to our common des destination.
tination. destination. As the opening of the convention
was not until evening, we had all day
Tuesday to enjoy the sights of the
Sunshine City, with its splendid wide
brkk streets, beautiful tropical
growth and modern buildings. Notable
among these are its school buildings,
the best in the state perhaps in the
South equipped witn gymnasium,
roof gardens for outdoor study and
play, a large auditorium, play
grounds, etc.; a postoffice consisting
almost entirely of porches with all
the boxes out of doors; many Tiand
some hotels and restaurants, gift
shops, beautiful parks and most up to
date apartment houses. I went thru
sc eral suites in the handsomest
house of the town and was struck with
the Morris beds and other space and
labor saving devices. It is hoped that
at no distant day Ocala may have sev
eral such structures. In the after
noon I was the guest of Mrs. R. R.
Carroll on a drive to the "Jungle" out
on one of the bays, a spot much fre fre-nuerted
nuerted fre-nuerted by tourists, laid out' some
thing like a park with benches and
pavilions amid the natural tangle of
ti epical growth similar to that seen
in the drive from Daytona to New
Smyrna, familiar to many of you.
At night came the opening session
of the convention with eloquent
speeches of welcome from prominent
club women and men of St. Peters
buig, followed by a brilliant reception
tc the honored visitors at the hand
some yacht club. Your president has
r.L-ied me to report only the social
Kuiiires of the convention.
Ihe yacht club is s.tuatcd on th
nay and equipped with ball looms and
looms for smoking, billiards, cards,
eiv-., aand large verandas where sea
bi eczes are ever blowing. I his recep
tion was a full dress affair, and the
scene was quite festive with brilliant
liehts, beautifully gowned women,
often carrving large bouquets of ex
qu.:site flowers and winsome girls
serving punch throughout the eve
ning, with gentlemen lending an ap appreciated
preciated appreciated presence to the occasion.
The function de resistance was the
banquet Wednesday evening at the
Home Restaurant, not far from the
Hotel Poinsettia, which was head headquarters
quarters headquarters for officers, delegates and
visitors. The banquet hall was gayly
festooned with white and yellow
streamers, the colors of the local club,
and yellow flowers adorned every
table." There were about 200 covers,
and after the good things to eat, came
the feast of reason and flow of soul.
The speakers were seated facing the
other tables and each lady arose to
response to a toast. It was a wonder-
I '' ,.
ITT is the declared purpose of the
United States Government to
restore the railroads at an early
date to the control of their owners.
The Association of Railway
Executives represents those upon
whom at that time responsibility
will again rest for the prompt and
successful movement of the coun country's
try's country's commerce.
Those constituting this Associ Association
ation Association are keenly conscious of their
accountability to the public
They have accordingly de determined
termined determined to present as fully as they
can, the fundamental facts and con considerations
siderations considerations which they themselves
must face in their efforts to provide
satisfactory railroad service.
It is hoped to engage the inter interest
est interest of the whole American people,
whose welfare is so vitally dependent
upon adequate transportation.
The country can grow only as
the railroads grow. The railroad
problem must be solvedand solved
rightly and soon if our country is
It is to promote that prosperity
permanently and in the interest of
the who!e people that railroad ex executives
ecutives executives will present to the public
the situation as they see it.
ASSOCIATION of RAILWAY EXECUTIVES
THOMAS DEWiTT CUTLER, Chairman
ALFRED P. THOM,
Chairman Board of Direct on
Qui Coast lines
J. A. BAKER, Receiver
International & Qmat Northern F. C&
A. R. BALDWIN, Receiver
Denver 6? Rio Qrande Railroad Co.
W. H. BEARDSLEYPresidcnt
Florida East Coatt Railway Co.
W. G. BESLER, Pres. &. Gen. Mgr.
Central Railroad Co. of New Jmey
S. T. BLEDSOE, General Counsel
Atchiion. Topeka Cf Santa Fc R-nlwoj Co.
W. G. BRANTLEY,
President and General Counael
Atlanta, Birmingham 9 Ariannc Ry. Co.
HARRY BRONNER. President
MiHouri Pacific Railroad Co.
E. N. BROWN, Pres. &. Chairman
Pert Marquette RaHvay Co.
St Lowit San Francisco Railway Cm.
WILLIAM BUCHANAN, President
Louisiana & Ariantoj Raduaj Co.
E. G. BUCKLAND, President
Central New England Raistay Co.
Rutland Railroad Co.
President and General Counsel
New York, New Haven & Hartfjrd R.R, Co.
RALPH BUDD. President
Qreat NonAem Ra.lu.aj Co.
H. E. BYRAM, President
Chicago, Milwaukee 67 St Paul Ry. Co.
M. J. CARPENTER, President
Chicago, Terre llauie & Southeastern Ry. Co.
JAMES J. CLARK. President
W. A. CLARK. President
Loi Angles & Salt Lake Railroad Co.
W. R. COLE, President
N'jjfi ille, Chattanooga & St Louis Ry. Co.
WALTER P. COOKE,
PtetiJent arid General Counte!
New (.Hear j Qreat Samhcrn Rad-oad Co.
E. R. DARLOW, President
Buffalo & Susquehanna Railroad Corporation
A. T. DICE, President
Philadelphia & Reading Raduay Co.
W. M. DUNCAN, President
Wheeling 3 Lake Ene Radway Co.
HOWARD ELLIOTT. President
Sot hem Pacific Raduay Co.
NEWMAN ERB. President
Ann Arbor Railroad Co.
S. M. FELTON. President
Clikao Qreat U'ettem Railroad Co.
W. H. FINLEY, President
Chicago & Konh Weiiern RmlufJ Co.
W. R. FREEMAN. Receiver
Denver & Salt Lake Railroad Co.
CARL M. GAGE, President
Huntingdon Cf Broad Top Mountain Railroad
& Coal Co.
S R. GUGGENHEIM, President
hlevada Son hern Radwaj Co.
CARL R. GRAY. President
Western Maryland Rauuaj Co.
JOHN H. HAMMOND, Acting Pre.
Bangor & Aroostook Railroad Co
CHAS. HAYDEN, President
Chicago, Rock Island & Pacific Raduxxy Co.
Chairman of Beard
Minneapolis & Sc Louis Radroad Co.
THOMAS D. HEED, Receiver
Chicago & Eastern Illinois Railroad Co.
J. M. HERBERT, President
St. Louis Southuestem Radway Cm.
C W. HUNTINGTON, President
Virginian Radwaj Co.
J. H. HUSTIS, Temporary Receiver
Boston 9 Maine RaSmad Go.
C E. INGERSOLL. President
Midland Valley Railroad Co.
L. E. JOHNSON, President
Norfolk & Western Raduny Co.
LARZ A. JONES, President
Alabama 9 Vicksburg Radoy Co.
VkksbicgK Shmepon O Pacific Railway Co.
MORGAN TONES, President
Abilene & Southern Railway
HOWARD G. KELLEY, President
Qrand Trunk Railway System
WILLIAM T. KEMPER, Receiver
The Kansas City. Mexico O Orient R.R. Ox
J. R. KENLY, President
Atlantic Coast Line Radroad Co.
JOHN B. KERR. President
New York, Ontario O Western Ralway Co.
President ck Chairman of Ex. Com.
Southern Pacific Company
H. R. KURRIE. President
Chicago, Indianapolis & LounvCU R adwayCo.
A. R. LAWTON, President
Central of Qeorgia Raduay Co.
C M. LEVEY, President
U'enern Pacific Radroad Co.
E. E LOOMIS, President
Uhigh ValUy Radroad Co.
L. E LOREE, President.
Dclauare & Hudson Ccrrpary
Kansas Cay Southern Railway Corrj&ny
ROBERT S. LOVETT, Pres.
Union Pacific Railroad Co.
MORRIS McDONALD, President
Maine Central Radroad Company
C H. MARKHAM. President
Illinois Central Radroad Co.
N. S. MELD RUM, Pres. 6c Chairman
Texas & Pacific RaJuaj Co.
J. L- N1SBET, General Agent
Qeorg-, Florida & Alabama Railway Co.
WILLIAM T. NOONAN. President
Buffalo, Rmchdier & Pittsburgh Rudway Co.
WILLIAM C OSBORN. Vice-Pres.
Detroit, Toledo & Iron-urn. Radroad Co.
A. H. PAYbON, President
Sonhwtitem Pacific Rairbad i
C A. PEA BODY, Chairman Ex. Com.
Illinois Central Radroad Co.
E. PENNINGTON. President
Duluth South Shore & Atlantic Radway Co.
Minneapolis. Sc Paul & Sauk Ste. Marie
C E- PERKINS. President
Chicago, Burlington & Qutncy Radroad Co.
Colorado 6 Soul hem Railway Co.
Fort Worth & Denver City Radway Co.
MARK W. POTTER. President
Carolina. Qinchfield ec Ohio Railway
SAMUEL REA, President
Pennsylvania Radroad System
J. H. REED, President
Bessemer Sc Lake Erie Radroad Company
E. P. RIPLEY, President
Atchison, Topeka at Santa Ft Radway Cm.
BIRD M. ROBINSON. President
American Short Line Radroad Association
W. U ROSS. President ck Receiver
Toledo, St Louis Sc Western Radroad Cm.
C E. SCHAFF, Receiver
Missouri, Kansas dc Texas Radway Co.
T. M. SCHUMACHER, President
3 Paso Sc Southwestern System,
A. H. SMITH, President
New York Central Lines
E. C SMITH, President
Central Vermont Radway Co.
MILTON H. SMITH, President
Louisdle & NaiKw Radroad Co
W. T. STEWART, Vice-President
QmI St Ship Island Radroad Co.
R. H. SWARTWOUT. President.
liorfolk Southern Radroad Co.
L B. TIG RETT, President
Qulf, Mobue Sc NonKem Radroad Co.
W. H. TRUES DALE, President
Delaware. Lackawanna Sc Western R, R, Cm
President and Chairman of Board
Chesapeake Onto Raduay Co.
Hocking VaLey Radway Co.
F. D. UNDERWOOD. President
Erie Radroad Co.
O. P. VAN SWER1NGEN, President
New York, Chicago Sc Louts Radroad Cm
ROBERTS WALKER, President
Chicago Alton Radroad Co.
Chairman of Board
AianOc Coast Line Radroad Co.
Louitvilc Cf Haskv&e Radroad Co
WILLIAM H. WHITE, President
Richmond, Fredericksburg A Potomac R. R, Cm
Washington Southern Radway Co.
CHAS, A. WICKERSHAM. Pre.
Atlanta 4- West Point Radroad CD.
Western Radway of Alabama
DANIEL WILLARD, President
Baltimore $ Ohio Radroad Co.
W. H. WILLIAMS, President
U'ofcoili Railway Co.
B. A. WORTHINGTON. President
Qncinrvaa, IndianapoUs if Western JLK. Ca
(Concluded on Third Page)
OCALA EVENING STAR, MONDAY. DECEMBER 15, 1919
Ncble Hanson's orange grove and
farm. Ocala's regrets losing this
estimable family, but wishes them
much success in their new home. Miss
If you have any society items, nez Snd,if ef 's 1 rnds w.iU h glad ,to
phone five-one. car? that. sh H continue to make
; her home in Ocala, living at her home
Mr. Guy Zewadski of Tampa is a pll'f VU- n fcuPied h. Mr Mr-visitor
visitor Mr-visitor in ih rifv and Mrs- William Bailey, who nave
only recently moved here.
Dr. E. G. Peek is the owner of one
of those fine new Steudebaker cars.
WOMAN'S CLUB MEETING
Continued from Page Two)
Cranberries, 15 cents per pound, at
W. A. Stroud's. 15-tf
Mr. and Mrs. G. S. Scott have as
their guest for the winter, the .for .for-mei's
mei's .for-mei's mother, Mrs. Cardy.
Mr. T. M. Kilgdre left yesterday af afternoon
ternoon afternoon for Jacksonville to drive thru
the country today one of those fine
five-passenger Chevrolet cars.
Mr. Hugh Wicker returned Satur Saturday
day Saturday to his home at Coleman, after a
few days' delightful visit at the home
of his cousin, Mr. Howard Walters
' See Allemand for jewelry for your
Christmas presents. 12-tf
Mrs. W. A. Collier returned yester yesterday
day yesterday to her home in Tuscaloosa, Ala.,
after a two weeks visit with her moth mother
er mother and sister, Mrs. E. Van Hood and
Miss Marguerite Porter.
Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Sand if er and
family left Friday for Oklawaha,
where they will in the future reside.
Mr. Sandifer will take charge of Mr.
; See Me
; For All Classes Oi
; Stone, Brick, Wood,
; and Concrete
j J. D. McCasMl
Phone 446. 728 Wenona St.
Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Camp have
issued invitations to a dance to be
given at the Country Club, Christmas
night. This affair will be one of the
laigest of the Christmas festivities,
and the invited guests are looking
forward to this dance with a great
deal of pleasure. Mr. and Mrs. Camp
are honoring at this dance their four
charming daughters and visitor. Miss
Ahearn, an attractive young lady of
Boston, all of whom are expected to
arrive Friday to spend the Christmas
Mr. and Mrs.W. J. Chambers have
announced the engagement and ap approaching
proaching approaching marriage of their daughter,
Antoinette Ross, to Mr. William J.
Swinner, the wedding to take place
Monday, December 22, at 11:30 a. m.,
in the Hyde Park Methodist church,
with Rev. L. M. Broyles officiating.
This announcement will be received
with great interest by the many
friends of this popular young couple.
Ocala people will read the above
announcement with interest, as Mr.
and Mrs. Chambers and family resid resided
ed resided here for a number of years.
Miss Mary Bull left yesterday aft afternoon
ernoon afternoon for her home in St. Augustine,
after two seasons in Ocala with the
Affleck Millinery Parlor. Miss Bull's
many patrons will regret to hear that
she will not return to Ocala next sea season,
son, season, but expects to g to Cuba, having
accepted a flattering position there
with a large millinery establishment.
Miss Bull's services in Ocala will be
greatly missed, but her friends wish
her all success in her new home.
A bracelet watch is just the thing
for daughter's Christmas present, and
those at Allemand's are being sold at
truly low prices. 12-tf
SOFT DRINKS and
HOME MADE CANDY.
Grapefruit, 50c. to $1 the dozen at
W. A. Stroud's. 15-tf
VL STROUD' S9
22 Magnolia Street. Ocala, Fla.
; : fi
Cameo Brooches, Lavallieres
In splendid variety. From $5 to S45
Ladies' Wrist Watches
In various sizes. From $25 to $60
Birth Stone Rings
For every one. From $1 to $35
Stick Pins, Cuff Links and
Gold Pen Knives
$150 to $25.00
From $1.50 to $15.00
Mens and Boys' Watches
From $7.50 to $65 00
From $12 to $35
Gold Waldemar Chains
From $7.50 to $25.00
lany other articles too numerous to mention here. Cor
1 look my stock over whether you intend buying or
J. CHARLES SMITH
West of Courthouse
fu! gathering of Floridas' most tal talented
ented talented women. The names and faces
of many are familiar to most of you.
Mrs Lewis as president, stands out
most prominently, her sparkling with
dazzling all in the quick repartee with
which she met every sally and master mastered
ed mastered every turn of events. Around her
as central figure shine a galaxy of
other lights little less brilliant; Mrs.
Kirk Monroe, sui generis, always
original, always delightful; Miss Kate
Jackson and Miss Williams, known as
the "Golddust Twins," because of
kindred tastes and long association in
office. There were also Mrs. Fuller of
Orlando, with an anecdote always on
her lips, and Mrs. Sessoms, often
singing the negro sipirituals so real realistically.
istically. realistically. You all know Mrs. W. S.
Jennings, of solid worth and level
business head; Mrs. Hendley, elo eloquent,
quent, eloquent, sweet and refined; Miss Skin Skinner,
ner, Skinner, full of life and energy that will
make "things go" when she becomes
president, which is predicted for the
next election; the vivacious Mrs. Cay
of Tallahassee; Miss Dyer, the talent talented
ed talented musical director who had in store
a treat for every occasion and lastly
came Mrs. Randall of Lawtey and
Mrs. McCollum of Gainesville, both
dear to our hearts because they al almost
most almost belong to us. I wish you could
have seen the latter on the closing
night of the convention as she stood,
a picture of loveliness, exquisitely
gowned, with arms full of chrysanthe chrysanthemums
mums chrysanthemums sent by the jubilant clubs of
her section, and wase introduced as
the new president of the organization.
With unfailing good humor and
sparkling personality, together with
unusual executive ability, heretofore
krown as the "pet of the federation,"
it is predicted that as president, she
vill give to the federation a most
, When flint strikes flint, a brilliant
spark is emitted, but when wit con contests
tests contests with wit, there is a pyrotechnic
display scintillating and dazzling.
Such were the darts and flashes that
passed to and fro at the banquet
table surrounded by these gifted
The grand finale was a march in
which every one present joined hands
and passed single file before a large
silver basket into which ws deposited
an offering for the $100,000 endow endowment
ment endowment fund of the federation.
Thursday afternoon we were taken
for a drive over the city, to the North
Shore, where are perhaps the hand handsomest
somest handsomest residences, then to the Florida
Whiter Art School, v beautifully situat situated
ed situated on the waterfront conducted by J.
Liberty Todd. Here was held an in
formal reception at wnich refreshing
punch was served. It is a two-story
building with delightful verandas.
Thi exhibits were of oil paintings,
water color shetches, modelings in
clay and architectural and mechanical
drawings. There are also manual
cri-inincr. memory drawing, creative
di awing, nature study and art3 and
crafts among which are china paint painting,
ing, painting, lustre work and leather wrork.
Th; head of the school is director of
the Public Industrial Art School of
Philadelphia and the Adirondack Sum Sum-me
me Sum-me Schcoi at Saianac Lake, N. Y. It
is5 indeed a rare opportunity for the
pei pie of St. Petersburg to have such
an institution in their midst. Our
drive, incmJiiig stop at the art school,
ias.ted about two hours, then we were
taken to the Arcade theater, another
hai dsome building that interests vis
itor, wheie we were shown on the
screen many scenes of the Royal Palm
state park, a dear possession of cur
club women. I had visited the park
ititif, so no reproduction could equal
the enchantment of the original view
of that wonder island on our southern
coast. To one not so fortunate as
myself, the pictuies must have been
Aside from the functions named in
the official program theie were sev
eral luncheons, some honoring Mrs.
Lewis and Mrs. Steele, chairman of
music, General Federation of Wom Women's.'
en's.' Women's.' Clubs. Sedalia. Mo. As leader of
the chorus singing of the convention, i J
she becam very popular and was pre-!
set-ted a handsome souvenir of Flor Florida
ida Florida an orange spoon at one of the
closing sessions of the convention.
Mrs. Gary and Miss Marguerite Por Porter
ter Porter were guests at one or moie of
thtse affairs. On several evenings
groups of congenial spirits were as as-sambled
sambled as-sambled at the various restaurants.
On Friday, the last night, it was 2:30
a. m. before the officers sought their
downy couches, some of them to be
awakened at five or six o'clock for the
early morning trains.
It would be an inspiration for eve every
ry every member of our club to sometime at
tend a meeting of the federation. The
women are so in earnest and efficient
and accomplishing so much for the
betterment of their fellows. It has
been my privilege and pleasure to at
tend two of these conventions and I
shall never forget the delights and j
uplift of such experiences.
We have an excellent line of Per Perfumes
fumes Perfumes and Toilet Waters which will
make nice presents, and ask your in inspection.
spection. inspection. Gerig's Drug Store. 12-tf
Jacob's candy, "the good kind." in
r.cv Christmas packages. 25c. to $20
the box. Anti-Monopoly Drugstore, tf
Keg Malaga Grapes 40 cents the
poi nd at W. A. Stroud's. 15-tf
PARKER Lucky Curve Fountain
Pens ink the point and not the fingers, j
Its safety sealed. Ask us. The Anti Anti-Monopoly
Monopoly Anti-Monopoly Drug Store. 2-tf
Rye, rape and oats. Get our prices
before buying. The Ocala Seed
If it's a Kodak that is wanted, re remember
member remember that Gerig's Drug Store is
the only store in Ocala where you can
get one. All Kodaks are cameras, but
all cameras are NOT KODAKS. 12-tf
PYLES & PERKINS CO
(Successors to E. C. Jordan & Co.)
Funeral Directors and Embalmers
Calls Answered Promptly, Day or Night
117 East Oklawaha Avenue
PHONE 553 RESIDENCE PHONE 225
e in I
DON'T GAMBLE WT1TH FATE
In this day of uncertainties you
should KNOW just what to expect
from a life insurance policy. When
you take out a policy in the Pacific
Mutual Life Insurance Company (old
line) you KNOW what you are to
pay every day up to its maturity. Ask
us about the "Five in One" policy we
are now writing. It protects you dur
ing life and your dependent ones after
your death. Come in and let's talk it
over BEN T. BELLFLOWER,
12-2t District Manager.
310 North Main Street. Ocala.
TO AUTO OWNERS
I am again at my old place of bus business
iness business on the Anthony road, where I
shall be pleased to attend to your car
repair work by appointment. Call
phone 393. 29-tf II. A. Bouvier.
Tangerines, 20 to 40 cents a dozen
at W. A. Stroud's. 15-tf
Waterman's Ideal Fountain Pens on
sale every day at Gerig's Drug Store.
All customers of Federal Bread are
satisfied customers. Ask them, tf
C HI m n
2 Mere More Yoi Eiw It
Don't put off your Shopping until the last mo
ment. There are a lot of GOOD THINGS
here for you. Don't wait until the
stock is exhausted.
VIRGINIA DARE WINE Non-intoxicating. Two sizes
55 cents and $1.00.
A DELIGHTFUL, EXIHILARATING BEVERAGE
Royal Scarlet Grapejuice.-. Apple Nectar. Loganberry
Juice. Evans Ale, a non-intoxicating beverage. Fifty-fifty
Food Beverage, Grapefruit a la Champagne. C. & C. Ginger
PLUM PUDDING" AND MINCE MEAT
Richardson & Robin's and Royal Scarlet Plum Pudding,
one pound, 45 cents; two pounds, 75 cents, three pounds, $1;
four pounds, $1.25.
Libbey's Mince-Meat in bulk, per pound 38c
Royal Scarlet Condensed Mince Meat, per package. .'. .15c
Royal Scarlet Wet Mince Meat, per tin 60c
Boiled Cider, quart bottles .......50c
We Have One of the Most Complete Stocks found in Florida
NUTS, RAISINS, FRUITS, ETC.
Fancy English Walnuts Black Walnuts and Pecans
Soft Shell Almonds Washed Brazil Nuts
Shelled Jordan Almonds Shelled Valencia Almonds
Walnut Meat Pecan MeaJ
London Layer Raisins in pound packages, 30c and 35c. per
package. Royal Scarlet Malaga Table Raisins, pound
packages, 60 cents. Seeded Raisins, Seedless Raisins
Royal Scarlet Currants, Glace Pineapple, Glace
Citron, Candied Orange PeeL
We Have Hundreds of Items not Listed in This Ad
CELERY Our CELERY has been bought for Christmas.
Wc have the promise of the finest stock that has been seen
in a long time. Place your order with us NOW and we will
see that you get it by Christmas Eve.
OTHER VEGETABLES. We are making every effort to have
Tomatoes, Lettuce and Cucumbers for our HOLIDAY
Royal Scarlet Asparagus Tips, R. S. Corn No. 1 and No. 2
tins, R. S. Tiny Lima Beans, No. 1 and No. 2 tins. R. STiny
Stringless Beans, Tiny Tot Peas, Robin Hood Peas, De Lux
String Beans Asparagus Style, Tiny Beets, Pumpkin," Im Imported
ported Imported Pimentos.
ROYAL SCARLET Sliced Pineapple, Egg and Gage
Plums, White Cherries, Table Peaches, Table Apricots, Red
Raspberries, California Pears.
This Store has a State Wide Reputation of carry carrying
ing carrying goods that are not fonnd in some cities
Imported Chili Lentils, Royal Scarlet Green and Yellow
Split Peas, Royal Scarlet Sago, Royal Scarlet Pearl Tapioca,
Granulated Tapioca. Plain Buckwheat Flour, Heckers Self Self-Rising
Rising Self-Rising Buckwheat Flour, Hecker's Pancake Flour, R. S.
Pancake Flour, Ballard's Pancake and Self-Rising Buck Buckwheat
wheat Buckwheat Flour, Graham Flour, Big Hominy (Samp).
Fancy Oranges and Grape Fruit Especially for Christmas
EXTRACTS, SPICES, SEASONING, ETC.
Bell's Poultry Seasoning. Your TURKEY DRESSING
won't be complete without this. Per package, 10 cents.
Kitchen Bouquet, Rubbed Sage, Ground Mace, Ground
Nutmeg, Spice, Cloves, Cinnamon, Ground Ginger, Dry
Mustard, Colman's Mustard.
Royal Scarlet and Burnett's Extract of Lemon and
Vanilla. Fruit Colors, Junket Tablets.
We have a full line of the Famous Schrafft's Chocolates in
five-pound boxes. This candy is sold in bulk at 80 cents per
pound. You't dont pay for fancy boxes but you get candy
that would cost you at least 1.25 a pound in fancy package.
MARSHMALLOWS AFTER DINNER MINTS
CRYSTALLIZED GINGER GUM DROPS
HERSHEY'S ALMOND BARS AND
Royal Scarlet Pure Sap Maple Syrup,
Pillans' Famous Florida Cane Syrup,
Log Cabin Maple and Cane Sprup,
PRESERVES, JAMS, JELLY, ETC
ROYAL SCARLET PURE FRUIT JAM: Flavors, Straw Strawberry,
berry, Strawberry, Raspberry, Raspberry and Currant, Red Cherry, Red
Currant, Black Currant, Peach, Apricot, Blackberry. Per
jar, 48 cents.
ROYAL SCARLET PURE FRUIT PRESERVES: Flavors,
Peach, Raspberry, Pineapple, Strawberry, Green Gage, Ap Apricot,
ricot, Apricot, Blackberry, Damson. Per jar, 55 cents;
ROBIN HOOD PURE FRUIT JAM: Flavors, the same
as Royal Scarlet. Per jar, 38 cents.
ROYAU SCARLET PURE FRUIT JELLY: Flavors, Red
Currant, Grape, Quince and Crab Apple. Per glass, 35 cents.
Crosse & Blackwell Orange Marmalade, Preserved Ginger,
Fig Preserves, Apple Butter, Mareschino Cherries, Mint
Cherries, Hipolite Marshmallow Creme, Beech-Nut Cran Cranberry
berry Cranberry Sauce, Royal Scarlet Cranberry Sauce, etc, etc
If you can't drink Coffee, try KAFFEE HAG. It is not
a substitute, but pure Coffee with 95 per cent, of the caf caf-fein
fein caf-fein removed. It does not cause indigestion and will not
keep you awake.
Look this ad over. Some "of the items will be wanted for your Xmas Dinner
CANNED FISn AND OTHER FOODS
Liver Paste, Caviar, Truffles, Capers, Smoked Sardines,
Sardines in Tomato Sauce, Soused Sardines, Boneless
Sardines, White Tuna Fish, Shad Roe, Fish Roe,
Boneless Chicken, Cooked Brains,
Frankfurters in glass, Royal Scarlet Salmon Steak,
Deviled Crabs, Prime Whale Steak, Shrimp, Fresh
Codfish and Many Other Items Too Numerous to Mention.
You don't know Cheese until -you try our NEW YORK
FULL CREAM CHEESE. Cheese makers say that cheese
is not cheese until it has the KICK that is, a little snap
and bite. Per pound, 50 cents.
Roquefort Cheese, Brick, Limburger, Philadelphia Cream,
Pimento, Bu-lactic, Rarebit. Camembert, McLaren's Im Imperial,
perial, Imperial, Lorn Horn, Grated Parmesan.
Fancy Imported Malaga Grapes. Fancy Cranberries
PICKLES, OLIVES, CONDIMENTS, ETC.
Royal Scarlet Queen Olives, Ripe Olives, Olive Zest,
Sandwichola, Stuffed (Pimento) Olives, Royal Scarlet
-Sour and Sweet Gherkins, Sweet Relish, Crosse & Black Black-well's
well's Black-well's Chow Chow, Crosse & Blackwell's Tarragon and Malt
Vinegar, Mrs. Kidd's Pin-Money Pick.es, Oyster Cocktail
Sausc, Chili Sauce, Mcllhenny's Tobasco Sauce, Brands' A-l
Sauce, Houses of Parliament Sauce.
PREMIER SALAD DRESSING.
GULDEN'S PREPARED MUSTARD.
CHEF SERVICE PURITY CROSS
PURITY Creamed Spaghetti au Gratin, Lobster a la New New-burg,
burg, New-burg, Welsh Rarebit, Cream Chicken a la King,
CROSS Deviled Chicken, Vienna Sausage, Corned Beef
Hash, Deviled Chicken Sandwich-Spread. Order a
few tins of PURITY CROSS PRODUCTS and have them on
hand in case of unexpected company.
Our stock is too great to begin to list it here. Come in and look around. You will find many good things to eat
H? M POT
Two PMoiues 16 amdl 174
OCALA EVENING STAft, MONDAY, DECEMBER 15, 1919
Parisian Ivory 12?22S
PrfnTTTAQ and Perfumizers
lULlllCO Domestic and Imported
value in $2.00 Boxes
The kind he likes
Make your selection while
the assortment is complete
G. C. GREEN & CO.
Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Mathews and
Mrs. Charles Mathews of Candler
vert in town today shopping.
Silk lamp shades. The Book Shop.
Pretty Norma Talmage in one of
hei masterpieces will be the attraction
at the Temple this evening.
Four kinds of apples, 30 to 80 cent3
per dozen, at W. A. Stroud's. 15-tf
Mr. and Mrs. E. B. George of Lowell
weev in town Saturday shopping and
attending to business matters. They
witnessed the movies Saturday night
be Tore returning home.
Remember the Ocala Exchange &
Hide Co. wants your furs. 6-lm
i WLi cast mm i
It makes no difference how badly it is broken, we
can weld it as good as new at a very small cost.
We Also Weld Automobile Frames, Cop Copper,
per, Copper, Brass, Aluminum and Steel.
NO JOB TOO LARGE FOR US TO HANDLE
AUTOGENOUS WELDING. & ELECTRIC CO. 1
11.. L. WIKLE, Manager. Cor. Oklawaha Ave. & Orange St. 1
The fire alarm was sounded twice
today, this morning fire breaking out
at the residence of Mr. William Wolf
and again at noon at the residence of
Mr. R. A. Burford. The fire depart
ment responded immediately and did
its usual good work, arriving in time
at both fires to extinguish them
with but little damage.
Nothing maxes a more appropriate
Christmas present than a piece of
good jewelry. See my line. J. E. Al
kmand, the jeweler. 12-tf
Mr. and Mrs. Win. Wade, Hampton
arc receiving congratulations on tne
aarrival of a daughter, born Wednes
day, December 10, at their home in
Gainesville. Mrs. Hampton, prior to
her marriage was Miss May McMillan
of this city.- Times-Union.
The above announcement will be of
much interest to the friends of both
Mr. and Mrs. Hampton, as they are
well known here.
WANTED. LOST." FOUND. FOR
SALE, FOR RENT AND SIM SIM--
- SIM-- ILAR LOCAL NEEDS
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO
APPLY FOR LETTERS PATENT
RATES Six line maximum, one
time, 25c.: three times, oOc; six timet
75c; one month $3. .FayaDie in a a
LOST A small brindle cat. White,
iuy, black and yellow predominat
ing. rmaer piease pnone Ao-ot-
Notice is hereby given that we, the
undersigned, intend to apply to the
governor of the state of Florida, at
Tallahassee, Florida, on the 18th day
of December, A. D. 1919, for letters
patent to be issued to CARROLL
MOTORS C031PAiY. under the fol
lowing proposed charter, the original
of which is on file in the office of the
secretary of state of the state of
Florida in Tallahassee, Florida.
R. R. CARROLL.
A. A. GRIFFIN.
H. C. B1LBRO.
H. E. CHALKER.
L. W. DUVAL.
FOR SALE Two plug mules, at a
bargain. Phone 492, or write Box 445,
Ocala, Fla. 12-2 tf
FURNITURE, ETC. I buy and ae'Ij
second hand furniture. Experts put it'
in good condition before re-sellinr;.
Repair sewing machines, lawn mow
ers, enamelware, etc. J. W. Hunter,
aiO, 312, 314 South Main St. 23-tf
Proposed Charter and Articles of In
corporation ot Carroll Motors
We, the undersigned, do hereby as
sociate ourselves together for the
purpose of becoming incorporated
under the laws of the state of Flor Florida
ida Florida and do hereby adopt the following
proposed charter and articles of incorporation.
Name and Place of Business
The name of this corporation shall
Teapot Grocery, or see J. H. J. nrincinal njape of hus5nps!
II Everything Was As
Oisaip As OtlF Ice
The coat of living would be as low as it was in the good old days.
No use worrying, however, because it isn't that way. Be glad that
Ice is helping to keep down the cost of living, besides giving you
better food and a greater yariety of it than your grandfather's fam family
ily family ever had.
Ocalai Ice -PacMiufjj Co.
We are now prepared to give demonstrations
in the popular
to show its many new and striking features.
NEEMI AM BROTHERS
Opposite Harrington Hall HoteL
Just received, a big shipment of
Parisian Ivory goods in manicure sets
combs, brushes, mirrors, etc. Anti
Monopoly Drug Store. 2-tf
The Book Shop, the "gift store," has
receives its complete line of Christ Christmas
mas Christmas stock and it one of the most at attractive
tractive attractive places in the city. Much of
the Christmas goods were late m ar
riving on account of the unsettled
conditions on the railroads, but The
Book Shop announces that it is ready
to show many beautiful articles suit suitable
able suitable for Christmas gifts and invites
its patrons to call and inspect the line.
Mr. S. P. Hollinrake left today for
Gainesville, where he and his family
will in the future reside. This news
will be received with much regret by
the many friends of this family. Mr.
Hollinrake has bought the garage in
Gainesville known as the Hodges
Bros, garage and will immediately
te.ke charge of same. Mrs. Hollinrake
and family will join him just as soon
as she is well enough to make the
move, "Mr. Hollinrake already having
rented a house there for his family.
Mr. B. C. Newman will take charge
of the Federal Bakery and will no
doubt prove a competent manager, as
he has for the past two months been
the efficient shinninE: clerk of that
and its principal piace of business
shall be Ocala. Marion county, rlor
WOOD Phone 146 for all lenghtns n,npM nf h-; hranrh thprpnf
oak or pine wood; thoroughly season- citner within the state of Florida or
ed. Special price on quantity orders, elsewhere, as the board of directors
Put in your winter supply now. may decide
Smoak' Wood Yard. 15-tf ARTICLE U
.Business or Businesses
FOR SALE Two carpenter's tool! The general nature of the busmess
chests. So each: one cabinet maker's or businesses to be transacted by this
.inthoQ I corporation are
hrw.wu V" c -p V I rr 1 i. 1 i.
.i o. ii i r; vn;. iu tuimuti tx KKuvrui auw
V'T' JT" BI"rt" o "' J I mobile sates" business: to buy. own and
JOraan & KjO. O-Ot u I.,,!- ftf -MtnTnrvKilpQ tnirV
4 4 : i i ii
run aAUr-ooa wi to. vruer-' driven vehicles of every kind and
Reduce the high cost of keeping com- milure whatsoever: to buy, own and
fortable this winter by buying your sen all kinds of accessories, tires and
wood cut ready' to burn direct from! parts for automobiles, trucks, trac-
the producer, thereby saving the tors, airplanes and other motor driven
nrnfitv nf th itv wnnrl varrf. Orders I Vehicles:
I (b.) To conduct a ereneral auto
ex n ii i I mobile and motor driven vehicle re-
AUTO AND TRUCK REPAIRING!
ON OVER OVERHAULING
HAULING OVERHAULING FORD
We are thoroughly equipped to handle repair urork on all rnake3
of cars. Nothing but experienced workmen mu! al! work fully guar guaranteed.
anteed. guaranteed. Inner Tubes vulcanised. Full line of the famous Two-in-One
Inner Tubes, either S0x3 or .',0x3; price $3.23.
STANDARD OILS, GAS AND GREASE
Our place (the old Ford Garrge) is open from C a. m. until 10 p.
m. every day in the year, whore you are invited to call and let in
DIXIE v HIGHWAY GARAGE
JAMES ENGESSER, Proprietor
121 W. Broadway wioxe 23s Ocala, Florida
FOR SALE Nice milk cow withl
heifer calf. See C. A. Holloway, 715
Lime street, Ocala, Fla. 5-6t
FOR SALE One lot of shelving lum
ber and one Beaver Board partition
10 x 25 feet: a few 2x4. E. C. Jor
dan & Co. 12-3t
A nice line of pearl bead necklaces
at THE BOOK SHOP. 15-3t
We Are Offering
A Splendid Selection of
For Holiday Presents
PLAIN AND SET RINGS, WATCHES,
LAVELIERS, WATCH BRACELTS, PINS,
FRENCH IVORY TOILET, MANICURE,
COMB AND BRUSH AND MILITARY SETS.
PINS, CUFF BUTTONS,
WITH ALL THE LODGE EMBLEMS.
FOR SALE A 1918 Dodge touring and copyrights;
pair garage and to maintain a ware ware-nouse
nouse ware-nouse for storing cars and motor
(c.) To construct, own and control
any and all kinds of buildings, garages
and airdromes for housing, storing,
repairing and otherwise conducting
the businesses of this corporation;
(d.) To deal in gasoline, oils and
maintain a general service station;
(e). To buy, own and sell patents
L GOLDMAN" 9
Coffins and Caskefs,
Day Phone 253 Nighl Phones 511 and 3j
L KURST, MANAGER
Ocala Fl a.
Opposite Court House
YOUR CREDIT IS GOOD. "WIIY PAY MOR E"
car. wew Dattery, new tire, in nrsi-
class condition. Cheap for cash. Ap
ply to Mrs. L. Toffaletti. 12-3 1
REWARD I will pay a suitable re
ward for return of male pointer dog
lost last Friday.. Has liver spots on
head and back; balance of body white.
Fred Malever. 10-6t
FOR SALE One cow. fresh; one
good work horse cheap. Apply to J.
C. Howell. 12-10-6t
FOR RENT Five room house, No.
04 South Third street. Possession
January 1st, 1920. Apply to Dr. J.
W. Hood. ll-6t
WANTED At once, bookkeeper. Per Permanent
manent Permanent position. Apply to B. Gold Goldman,
man, Goldman, Ocala, Fla. ll-6t
WANTED Medium size iron
W. W. Condon, Ocala, Fla.
WANTED Saleslady experienced in
handling ladies' ready-to-wear goods.
Permanent position. Apply to B.
Goldman, Ocala, Fla. ll-6t
FOR RENT Furnished room with
all modern conveniences; outside en entrance.
trance. entrance. Phone 242 or call at No. 19,
Heibert street. ll-6t-dh
FOR SALE Typewriter in first class
condition. Price very reasonable. Will
sell for cash or on weekly payments.
Apply "G," care Star office. 10-6t
WANTED At once, 10,000 bushels
of peanuts, any variety. We also want
your furs, hides, cotton, etc. Ocala
Exchange & Hide Co., Carmichael
building, Ocala, Fla. 19-tf
FOR RENT Three nice rooms with
all modern conveniences. Call at 212
Oiange avenue or phone 39. 9-6t
WAN 1 ED Infant clothing of any
description. No matter how small the
gift, it will be appreciated. m Leave
your offering at Mrs. Blackburn's res
idence on Oklawaha avenue. Mrs. C.
L. Bittinger, president King's Daugh
FOR SALE All kinds of farm ma
chinery: plows- disc harrows, culti
vators, sweeps, etc. Also five head
or mules, three head of horses and
thirty head cf hogs. All bargains
Come see them. Kirby Stock Farms
Co., IV2 mile3 out on Silver Springs
OR SALE Residence with 5 rooms
.ind bath, iaige porches; corner of
F lanklin and Clark streets; also
r-ige ban:. Vili stli for cash or on
:e?ms. Call phone -iVi. 12-2-lm
LOR SALE at 702 Wyoniina street,
si-ioom iicuss, aio bath and summer
kitchen; all modern improvements.
Also reck face ctnunt block machine.
Whatever may be your wants iu the line of Jew Jew-elry
elry Jew-elry for Holidav Gifts you can be supplied here as
we have a large and varied stock to select from
You will alsD find our prices most reasonable in
comparison to many other houses.
J. E. ALLEMAND
South Side of Harrington Hall BlocI:
(f ). To borrow money and to issue
bonds, notes or other obligations and
to secure the same by mortgages,
deeds, pledges or other instruments,
and to lend money, taking as security
therefor mortgages, deeds, pledges or
(g.) To make and enter into con con-tiacts
tiacts con-tiacts of any and every kind whatso whatsoever
ever whatsoever for the furtherance of the busi business
ness business or businesses to be undertaken
by this corporation;
(h.) To buy, own, lease and sell
all kinds of real and personal prop property;
erty; property; (i.) Generally to exercise all such
powers as may be necessary or con convenient
venient convenient to the purposes of the busi
ness or businesses of this corporation,
and to have, exercise and enjoy all
the- rights and powers and privileges
incident to corporations organized,
chartered and existing under and by
virtue of the laws of the state of
The amount of the capital stock of
this corporation shall be Fifty Thou Thousand
sand Thousand ($50,000) Dollars, to be divided
into Five Hundred (500) Shares of
the par value of One Hundred ($100)
Dollars each, all or any portion 01
which may be issued for or payable in
money, or in labor, services, real or
personal property, at a fair valuation
thereof to be fixed by the board of
The term for which this corpora corporation
tion corporation is to exist is ninety-nine (99)
The business of this corporation is
to be conducted by the following of officers:
ficers: officers: President, vice-president, sec secretary
retary secretary and treasurer, any two of
which except the offices of president
and vice-president may be held by the
same person, such officers to be elect elected
ed elected by the board of directors; and by a
board of directors to be elected by the
stockholders consisting of, not less
than three nor more than seven mem members;
bers; members; the board of directors may ap appoint
point appoint such subordinate officers having
such duties, powers and terms of of office
fice office as it may deem best and to the
interest of this corporation. The first
meeting of the stockholders of this
corporation shall be held at Ocala,
Florida, on the 23rd day of Decem December,
ber, December, A. D. 1919 for the purpose of ac accepting
cepting accepting the charter, adopting by-laws,
electing officers and such other busi business
ness business as may be necessary for com completing
pleting completing the organization of this cor corporation.
poration. corporation. The following officers shall
conduct the business of this corpora corporation
tion corporation until those elected at the first
meeting of the stockholders and direc directors
tors directors shall qualify: President, R. R.
Carroll; vice president, A. A. Griffin;
secretary and treasurer, H. C. Bilbro;
and a board of directors consisting of
I. R. Carroll. A. A. Griffin, Ii. C. Bil-
b:o, II. E. Chalker and L. W. Duval.
The annual meeting of this corpora-
tion shall be held on the fourth Tues-!
d:iyn December of each year.
ART I CLE VI.
The highest amount of indebtedness'
to which this co.-;. nation mav at any
n:.e subject Itself is Fifty Thousand
The names and resider.ee of the!
Arrival and Departs of pastenger j f i A ft? I
ains at OCALA UNION STATION !ct cap;ta. stoc.; suosenbed fdr by
nd not guar
1 x. arroii.
A. A. GrilTiii.
H. C. Biibro.
II. E. ChUr.er.
L W. Duval...
Let us quote you prices
on a Monument or Head Headstone
stone Headstone to mark the last rest resting
ing resting place of your loved
MARBLE OR GRANITE.
OCALA MARBLE WORKS
E. W. LEAVEN GOOD. Mgr.
N. MagnolU SU
. SAVE MONEY ON MEAT
Wc always hcndle the test fresh meat lo tie
had and our prices are always the Iowc? t.
Hound Steak ...25c ICest Pork Chops :30c
Lo;n SteiJ; 30c. Pork Saur-ae 25c
Stew Meat : 15c
"Groceries, Fruit, Vegetables, Etc.
NEW YORK MEAT MAREiET
I REE DEMVERY WEST BROADWAY PHONE 110
Will pay 27 cents per quart, $9
per bushel. Ship by express, collect.
Shipments of two quarts acceptable.
Berries should not be held more than
two days after picking.
E. I. duPont de Wemours Gel
Green Cove Springs,
:shed as infWmatioxi
t Eastern StMncara Time)
SEASOARi Mil UXY RAILROAD
I was there to- make a sketch cfTTlren's Hour like a
ner luncneon was just over and rluy toddlers there
ane vas talking to a little knot o
women. The first wordi I heard, a
I slid quietly Into a nearr""
"National Biscuit, recalling plea?
antly my own tasty Uneeda Lunch
eon. I liked her, and settled com
and ears bu
J: 15 am
1 :50 pm
Tain pa -Tampa
St. Mantje-St. Petersbure
.Ocala, Fla 50!
, .Ocala, Fla :
.Ocala, Fla 5
.Crcaia, Fla 5
Ocala, Fla 2
"Between the dark and daylleht.'l
she was quoting, "there's always it
Lit or pause when all
seems waiting and
feast. Tor the
Inenu, sometimes Uneeda biscuit
hnd milk, sometimes Graham Crack Crack--
- Crack-- -.1 Crackers or Lunch BIs BIs-(uit.
(uit. BIs-(uit. inis is changed on special
Occasions to Old Time Sugar Cook.
es or Fig Newtons and, rarest of
en we had
For the quick
meal on a busy day, or
trre our parry uays.
"Don t think ray hour Is lost a
Jr It started us harrnlr.
inaue us sure they
sycry oiy for
State of Florida,
C'tvnzy of 2.1ai'icn.
Oa this fiuy e; s-"rr.".!y enrre before
me K. Ii. Caiio'.i, il. Chalker, A. A.
Giiffin, H. C. Bill ro and L. W. Duval,
each to me well known, end who sev severally
erally severally acknowucged to ma that he is
for the full-course repast when
time and appetites are abundant,
Uneeda Biscuit have a decided place.
They are the world's best soda cracker.
ampa-St. P'tersbrg 4:05pm-":t lI?e suD.riDers aoove 'nr.rr.ed:
.tiLiiiiiiVli Liiit, riiLikunu, application for charter and articles of;
2:12 pm Jacksonville-NTork
1:45 pm J'ksonville-Ga'nsville 3:35 pm
G:42am JTcsonville-G'nesvile 10:13 pm
3:18 am St.Pet'sbrg-Lak eland 2:lam
J:35pm StJet'sbrg-Lakeland 1:25 pm
7:10 am Duncclion-Wilcox
7:40 am Du,nellon-LTkelnd 11:03 pm
3:25 pm Homosassa 1:30 prni
10:13 pm Leesburg 6:42 am
4:4." pm Gainesville 11:50 am
Monday, Wednesday, Friday.
Arrive "corporation cf the Carroll Motors
3:15 am company, ana uiai r.e signed tne
sjme for the apes and purposes there-1
in set forth and expressed. (
3ly commission expires 11th day of
Witncss my hand snd official seal.
A?10. A. E. GERIG,
l seai j ii-i 4-rnon oiary naDiic
Keg Malaga Grapes 40 cents the
T3ie,?diYtThqrsdayt Saturday. pound at TV. A. Stroud's. a5-tf
ten to make
pad of paper i
'You see, even little
went on. "are
mala. They ar most loTatla
most tractable after they're had
something ta eat National Circuit
dainties always besin our Ctll-
j to the hour
ide it s:cm
j but always
I dainty. c
were grov in z
i th c:m
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