This morning, 3G.
Thi afternoon, 48.
Fair and continued cool
tonight, probably light
frost north portion; Fri Friday
day Friday fair and somewhat
OGALA, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 2. 1920
Mi! WILL BID
Ilxpects to See Him at the White
House Monday When He Returns
from Central America
AID LEG! SURGING REBUKE
Washington, D. C. Dec. 2. Presi President
dent President Wilson will be- glad to see President-elect
Harding when he comes to
Washington, Monday for the opening
cf Congress, it was stated at the
White House today. It has been sug suggested
gested suggested that Mr. Harding might hold a
conference here between republicans
and democrats instead of at Marion.
The agricultural committees of the
Senate and House will meet today to
consider relief measures for the agri agricultural
cultural agricultural situation. Secretary Houston,
members of the Federal Reserve
Board, government official.- and farm farmers'
ers' farmers' representatives will l e heard.
COLBY WILL RIDE ON THE BAT BATTLESHIP
TLESHIP BATTLESHIP FLORIDA
Secretary Colby plans to leave Nor
folk Saturday aboard ths battleship
Florida for a South American visit.
NEED TIME TO MAN UFACTURE
VCitizens of Haiti" protested to Sec
retary Daniels against departure of
the naval board of inquiry until addi
tional witnesses can be heard in the
investigation into the conduct of the
marine corps occupying the island re
ANSWERED THE CALL
Following are the names of those
who have today answerd the call from
the Florida Tuberculosis Association
by enclosing their check in the Christ
mas seal sale letter to help fight tu
berculosis in Florida ;
J. H. Hanbury $1; C. N. Schlemmer
$1 ; Cash $1 ; J. E. Thens $1; Ocala
Manufacturing Co. 1; Cash $1; E. H.
Sanders $1 ; S. II. Gaitskill $1; F. G.
Sampson $1; Arlo Box Co. $5; A. H.
McGonigal $1; L. J. Dankwertz $1; E.
J Jones $1; Elmer DeCamp $1; Dun Dun-nellon
nellon Dun-nellon "rW sphate Co. $1 ; T. B. Snook
$1; L. L. Snook $1; G. H. Sriobk $1
M. A. Snock $1; Chas. N. Snook $1.
' Mrs. E. A. Osborne,
Chairman Marion County.
MET LAST III
The Woman's Auxiliary Extended an
Invitation to the Post Members
to an Entertainment
Far More His Fault than That of the
President that There is No
Help for Farmers
Though not as well attended as it
should have been, the meeting last
night of the American Legion Post
No. 27 disposed of considerable busi
ness that came before it. The most
Sioux Falls, Dec. 2. President Wil
son, replying to Senator Johnson's re request
quest request for immediate financial relief
for the farmers and livestock raisers.
pleasant happening of the evening was aid Your messaze refers to the un-
the extending of an invitation to tirf actorv conditions unfortunately
resulting from the fall of prices. I
regret to find that legislation has not
provided me with powers which will
be serviceable in the matter."
members of the post to be the guests
of the Woman's Auxiliary at an en
tertainment the first Wednesday night
in January. The invitation was ex
tended to the legion by BIrs. R. L. An Anderson,
derson, Anderson, who was last night elected
president of the Woman's Auxiliary,
S If 41 1
ana miss wary marsnau, wno nas Thi afternoon at six o'clock Mr,
been temporary head of the auxiliary. and Mrs. George Taylor will entertain
Miss Marshall, by reason of the fact at a dinner party, which they will give
that she was a member of the army m honor of the latter's nephew and
. i t .. m a i 1 .....
COMPLIMENT TO GUESTS
nurse corps, is a member of the legion
niece, Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Earnshaw
of Tampa, who arrived in the city to-
Sleps were taken last night by the day for a short visit, en route to their
post to form a permanent firing sqnad home after a wedding trip down the
j or tne iunerais oi ex-service men. least coast.
Eiturts will also be made to have sev-l The other invited guests are Mr
1 t. A 1 ..... I
eai memoes oi me posi irainea as ond Mrs. J. J. Blalock and two chil chil-bulers
bulers chil-bulers dren, Misses Claudia O'Neil and Nona
it was aeciaea mat m me luxure not Sewell. Mr. and Mrs. Taylor's enter-
over one nour oi eacn meeting will be tainments are always most enjoyable
given to.uw transaction oi pusmess, and this party is being anticipated
except when the post commander has with unusual pleasure as it will afford
some matter of special importance to an onnortunitv of the friends of Mrs.
take up, and except on the occasion Earnshaw, nee Miss Eleanor Nixon,
w luC 9,muiH mccmig. a Paj8Bl o be with her and make the acquain
leature oi tne post meetings in tne tance of her husband.
future will be the serving of refresh
Driven Out of Their Country by the
Turks and Shut Up in a Cor Corner
ner Corner of Caucasus
Tiflis, Dec. 2 The Armenian forces
have been driven eastward by Turkish
nationals until they are outside the
traditional boundaries of Armenia,
reducing Armenia to the little Cau Caucasus
casus Caucasus republic such as. created by the
Germans and Turks during the war.
OUTBREAK AT ICHANG
Shanghai, Dec, 2. American and
British gunboats are hurrying to
Ichang, a treaty port, where mutinous
Chinese troops looted and burned a
portion of the city.
ments, canteen style, by the members
of the auxiliary, each member of the
post and auxiliary to pay for his or
her own refreshments.
WOMAN'S CLUB NOTICE
The Woman's Club will meet Sat
urday afternoon at 3 o'clock and pre preceding
ceding preceding the club meeting there will be
an executive board meeting at 2:30
o'clock. Louise H, Clark, Sec'y.
EDISON'S MEN LAID OFF
New York, Dec. 2. Approximately
1200 men in the "plants of Thomas A
Edison have been laid off.
LIVE STOCK RAISERS
MEETING IN CHICAGO
Moss Bluff, Dec. 1. Mr. and Mrs.
Weaver and son Fred, Mr. and Mrs.
Commander Izlar gave notice at Ed Malloy and children and Mrs.
last night's meeting that he would Thomas Griggs and child of Sanford,
move an amendment of the by-laws of motored here Sunday, Mrs. Mallox
the organization to provide for hold- and Mrs. Griggs expect to spend sev sev-ing
ing sev-ing the annual meeting and election eral weeks here efore returning,
-f officers January X of each year, to Messrs. Alvin Squire and Chane
make the election of officers conform I Martin returned to Montverde Sunday
to the fact that national, state and ater spending Thanksgiving here,
local dues are payable January 1. I Rev. Spear of Leesburg will fill his
appointment at Electra Baptist church
AUCTION PARTY lowmruay evening at :ju ana ounaay
FOR MRS. LLOYD I n,ormn at 11 o clock. We hope to
see a large crowd present.
The Woman's Auxiliary of the Am
erican Legion held its regular month monthly
ly monthly meeting last night in the rooms at
the armory. The election of officers
was the main business before the
meeting and the following were elect elected:
ed: elected: President, Mrs. R. L. Anderson
Sr.; vice president. Miss Tillie Pas Pasteur;
teur; Pasteur; secretary, Mrs. Charles More More-men;
men; More-men; treasurer, Mrs. Emily Green.
Another matter that was interest interestingly
ingly interestingly debated on were plant sfor an
entertainment at the next meeting
which comes on the 6th of January,
in honor of the members of the Amer American
ican American Legion of Marion County Post
No. 27 and also for the new members
of the auxiliary. This affair promises
to be one of the nicest and most in informal
formal informal of the many functions that will
be given during the holidays.
SILVER SPRINGS' GEORGIA EH
WORTH T STATE
It is the Greatest Drawing Card to J Legislature May Meet in Extra Ses-
Ocala and Marion County
A good idea of the importance of
Silver Springs as an asset, not only
to Ocala but to the state of Florida,
is to be had from the fact that the
most important of the tourist
si on to Make Matters Easier
Atlanta, Dec. 2. Governor Dorsey
and I is considering the request of Commis-
travel agencies are advertising Silver sioner of Agriculture Brown for an
Springs and the Oklawaha river trip extra session of the legislature for
in the big metropolitan dailies. This enacting a stay law or moratorium to
advertising has been started this sea- run for twelve months. In conference
son earlier than usual, and if the with the governor, Mr. Brawn said
weather from January through April farming implements an I I
is good, this season should see the stock were sold under foreclosure and
heaviest travel on the rivers than has if general foreclosures develop crops
ever been known. cannot be produced and the condition
Each year the springs are becoming attendant would bring complete agri agri-better
better agri-better known. Until the Marion cultural demoralization. The commis commis-Ccunty
Ccunty commis-Ccunty Board of Trade obtained the sioner believes similar legislation is
information from the United States I necessary for all the cotton states.
geological survey few persons even in
Ocala and Marion county knew that BEANTOWN CHOIR TONIGHT
Silver Springs are the largest in the
United States, although it was gener- Tickets were placed on sale this
ally believed that this was the case, morning for the entertainment to be
Nor did many know that Blue Springs given tonight at 8 o'clock at the Ocala
in the southwestern part of the county I House parlor by the Beantown choir.
are the second largest serines in vol-1 Tickets mav be found at the Book
ume of flow. Shop, the Court Pharmacy, Gerig's
Drug Store, Greene Co. and Frank's.
INTEND TO REJECT IThey are ou cents eacn. home oi tne.
ALL AMENDMENTS voun ladies of the Episcopal Sunday
school are also ottering them lor sale.
mi i. : a. t T itt-w.
I i i' i rr : J
nOWo TW 9A snlntion re, promises 10 De a novel auatr uu
jecting consideration of amendments music and fun lovers should not fail
t DQf Qf ha COBB;n to attend. The choir is composed of
LU league vwW"i uv 4.1.
and providing for a committee to locai wueni ana w nuxnuv uc
tudy changes before the next assem- Pgram wm ruu ui yvuiC
meeting was passed today by the sical expression, comic the old-
lime xavonies ana classical aeiectiuiia
assembly of the league.
HIGH SCHOOL GIRLS
BASKET BALL GAME
Be sure to see the high school basket
ball game Friday afternoon at four
o'clock on the high school court, be between
tween between the senior-freshman team and
the junior-sophomore team. Admis Admission,
sion, Admission, 15 and 25 cents.
The home of Mr. and Mrsl Harvey
Clark was the scene last evening of an
exceedingly pleasant social gathering
of a few of their friends, which was
planned especially in honor of Mrs.
Miss Hoyt Martin, a student at the
Falatka high school, spent Hhanks Hhanks-giving
giving Hhanks-giving here with her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. J. S. Martin.
Mr. Emmett Griggs and sister, Miss
Clark's sister, Mrs. Chas. H. Lloydof Gracie Griggs of Lynne, were visiting
Jacksonville, who is the guest of her "our burg Sunday,
parents. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Harris. Quxte a number of people from here
For this occasion the Clark home attende the fair in Ocala last week,
was most attractive with vases of j Mlss Gladvs Burry returned Sun Sun-bright
bright Sun-bright flowers and cozy wood fires, day 0ranee Lake he she
which made a most comfortable at- SJnd sgi ving.
mosnhere for the miPsts a tnr spvi Little Miss Bermce Ursula Griggs
hours they enjoyed a congenial time !fent the week-end with Miss Martha
at auction bridge.
Pretty prizes fell to Mrs. Frank
Logan and Mr. Jack Camp for secur
ing the two high scores. At the con-1
elusion of the games, Mrs. Clark serv served
ed served a salad course with coffee.
SENATE WILL BEGIN
A DOLLAR AND
A NICKEL APIECE
Washington, Dec. 2. The treasury
today announced an increase in the
public debt of one hundred and twelve
million six hundred and forty-six
Belleview, Dec. 1. Last Tuesday
evening at the home of Mr. and Mrs
1. 1. Strong, the Philathea class of the
Baptist church entertained Ihe Baraca
class. Good times always reign su-1 trn,ip WW
by singers and musicians we all love
to hear. Miss Byrd Wartmann has
charge of the entertainment and those
who have been present at rehearsals
say it will be well worth seeing and
Don't forget the time and place 8
o'clock this evening, at the Ocala
Admission may be paid
jat the door, also.
J. E. HENDRIX
SIXTY MILIION DOLLARS
TO AID FARMERS
, Chicago, 111., Nov. 30. While one of
the most important purposes of the
International Live Stock Exposition,
which is being held here, is to pro promote
mote promote better breeding of live stock and
consequently, the production of better
meat animals, even more important
than that perhaps, is the judging of
neat itself the result of better breed breeding
ing breeding and growing activities.
Prior to the show, individual cattle
were slaughtered for the exposition.
Their carcasses represent what in the
opinion of these expert buyers of the
packers in the stock that will "dress
out' 'to the greatest percentage and
best quality of edible meat products.
Then at the exposition the judge de determines
termines determines from which of the animals
has been produced meat of highest
quality and finish, irrespective of the
manner in which the animal has been
fed or raised. These carcasses as
judged will then be placed on display
at the exposition, so that live stock
producers as well as the packers rep
resentatives and retail butchers may
have an object lesson in the best kind
cf animal to raise, buy and sell so
far as its" utility for meat alone is con-
This judging of the carcass differs
from the judging of the animal on the
hoof in that it does not take into con consideration
sideration consideration the fine points of breeding
stfch as carriage and marking, or the
quality of the hide or the worth of the
other by-products. It is strictly the
judging of an animal on its merits as
the raw product for meat.
WILL BE MR. WILSON'S
Washington, Dec. 2. The Senate
investigation into the price of anthra anthracite
cite anthracite ;oal begins in New York Saturday.
Washington, Dec. 2.- Immediate
loans of sixty million dollars from
government funds to aid fanners to
face the falling prices for their pro products
ducts products is proposed in a bill prepared by
Senator Iruhcock after a conference
with Goveinoi Harding of the Federal
Successful business men are good
users of printer's ink.
preme with Mrs. Strong as hostess,
and this social was one of the most
pleasant events yet given at her home.
The entertainment committee had a
fine program arranged that kept the Morriston, Dec. 1. Friends all over
crowd busy untU refreshment time, the gtate wiU be shocked and grieved,
when a salad course with h ot coffee to know of the sudden death of Mr.
was served. j Ethol Hendrix, which occurred at
Mr. Louis bchmidt has a hrana new Fort Meade Thursday night, Nov. 26.
'ord. After supper Mr. Hendrix complain-
Rev. Martin of Island Grove, will ed of paing in the stomflch. He was
reach at the Baptist church next Sun- advised to see a doctor, which he did,
day morning and evening. and was aDnarentlv jretting along all
Miss Clara. Ledbetter, our efficient rf ht At about 10 his friend,
school principal, had the misfortune M Ki and als0 Mr joanSon of the
to fall and break her arm last Tuesday Southern hoteL where Mr. Hendrix
afternoon. l-uro mnmincr. was in to see Mr. Hen-
Messrs. William Storey, Fred Smith dri nd hee seemed to be all right
and Davis from Michigan, have rented and gaid he felt so, They went to their
the Millsom cottage and expect to rooms and Rir. Hendrix retired for the
spend a few weeks sight seeing n3'ght.
around Marion county. Earlv next morning Ernest Han-
Rev. Searles, the new pastor at the cocv a 2r0cery clerk, wanted the key
Methodist church, preached last Sun- to the Kin& & Hendrix store and
day morning and evening to two good icnociced at Mr. Hendrix's door. Re
sized congregations. Iceiving no response, he opened the
News that saddened the entire com- door and was shocked to find Mr. Hen-
( Associated Press)
Washington, Dec. 2. The represen
tative whoin President Wilson chooses
to mediate between the Armenians
and Turkish nationalists will act for
the president of the United States and
not Wood row Wilson personally, the! Aft
state oepanment announced today.
UUI CHK1STMAS SEALS ONE
CENT EACH, $1 PER HUNDRED
Every one you
buy helps to
fight tubercu tuberculosis.
losis. tuberculosis. One mil mil-lion
lion mil-lion persons
a r e afflicted
with a c ti v e
'Hlf KM V'Uyt mere are per
haps one million inactive cases which
will become active cases unless neces
sary precautions are taken. Every
seat unsold helps tuberculosis.
(OYSTER SUPPEIR I
Friday Dec. 3, from 5:30 to 10 P. IV
At OCALA HOUSE PARLORS
The Gift Shop is The Book Shop. St
MARJORIE LESCOMB IN
- HER-LAST MOVIE
Lost Her Life in an Apartment Hotts
(Associated Press) V He)
New York, Dec. 2. Marjorie Les-X)
comb, a mouon picture actress, ana
three other .persons were burned to
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Given by Ladies of Grace Episcopal Church
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m unity was received last week an
nouncing the death of Mr. Louis Tyr
rell of Short Beach, Conn. Mr. Tyr
rell was one of Belleview's oldest win winter
ter winter residents, and he had set the date
for returning south when the illness
drix dead. He seemed to have passed
away quietly and it was probably an
attack of acute indigestion that caus caused
ed caused his death.
Mr. Hendrix went to Fort Meade
just one month ago with his business
that caused his death suddenly took partner, Mr. H. H. King, also of Mor Mor-him.
him. Mor-him. v r!ston. and the two bouarht out the
Mr. C. Carmichael, the man who is U. H. Brown store. Mr. Hendrix was
making Silver Springs famous, had a man who made friendu wherever he
dinner at the Lake View House one wen bein'ff ever thoughtful of the
day last week. sick and those less fortunate than he;
The Epworth League of the Metho- aiways unselfish, self-sacrificing and
dist church announces a chicken purlo trying to do something for the pleas-
to be given in the park between the ure cf others.
churchand town hall next Friday Mr. Hendrix was for several years
night, Dec 3rd. This time you are connected with a large business at
invited to bring 25 cents and a spoon, j Brooksville, and Coleman and for the
Proceeds will go towards buying new past gix or eight years he was with
chairs for the choir. I the Rhode.5-Futch-Coll5ns Furniture
Mr. C S. French has recently wired Go. of Jacksonville, where he was held
the home of Mr. and Mrs. L. Frank ;n the highest esteem for his efficiency
Haviland for our good Belleview made and high moral charact4?r.
electric light service. This week Mr. His friends, who are many, extend
Louis Weihe is to have his home wired, svmnathv to his surviving father and
The Belleview Workers have reor
ganized for the winter season and
each Thursday afternoon the ladies
have an interesting serving party at
the library. They will soon announce
their annual supper and bazaar.
mother, Mr. and Mrs. L. T Hendrix
of Morriston, and three brothers, Mr.
W. A. Hendrix of Birmingham, Ala.,
Mr. J. W. Hendrix of Quincy, and Mr.
L. C. Hendrix of Winter Haven. Also
four sisters, Mrs. J. A. Mann, Winter
Most every Belleviewite attended j Haven, Mrs. E. F. Mitchell, Morris-
the county fair at some time or other,
and we haven't heard a kick. Every
one went for a good time and had it.
Belleview did not have a community
exhibit this year. But just the same,
we insist upon being in the swim and
carried off three blue ribbons, when
Md. Edward S. French made three dis displays
plays displays of grapefruit from his grove
just west of town and won a ribbon
ton, Mrs. B. C. Blitch, Blitchton and
Miss Mabel Hendrix of Morriston.
Iced Maple Goodies 45 cents a pound
at Bitting & Co. 2-Ct
Seafood, always to be had fresa at
City FISH Market, 9 Ft. Kin- Ave. tf
OCALA EVENING STAB, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 2, 1920
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Legal advertisements M legal rates.
North Carolina is thinking of shut shutting
ting shutting out the "Battle Hymn of the Re Republic."
public." Republic." Didn't think the old Tarheel
State could be so silly. Spose Penn Pennsylvania
sylvania Pennsylvania should prohibit "Dixie?"
That traffic marker at the corner of
North Magnolia and Washington was
an ugly thing, but it should be re replaced
placed replaced by something, at least no worse
looking, before there is an accident.
That is a very dangerous corner, and
now that the traffic marker is remov removed
ed removed and cars going from Washington
into Magnolia south turn the corner
on the left, it is more so.
Gainesville has a good regulation
that Ocala would do well to copy. It
requires people to cross the streets
at the corners in the business center
and other places where traffic is heavy
There are several places here Main,
between Fort King and the square
Fort King, Oklawaha, Magnolia and
East Broadway where "jay walking"
should not be allowed.
The recent severe gales have driven
a number of the migratory birds Off
tbeir usual routes. A number of loons
. and other northern birds have flown
over, some coming down to rest in our
lakes and ponds. These birds are un
der federal protection, and shooting
them is punishable by a heavy fine, so
if any of our sportsmen see an unus
., ua! bird, they had best let it alone.
It is pathetic to see President Wil Wilson,
son, Wilson, in reply to the request of the
league of nations, proffer his person personal
al personal mediation thru a representative to
end hostilities, and add that he has
no power to enforce his recommenda recommendation.
tion. recommendation. This is the state to which
Lodge," Johnson, Borah and other re reactionary
actionary reactionary republicans sought to reduce
Y ,i. And yet how much greater is he
in the eyes of the world than his pic pic-ayunish
ayunish pic-ayunish enemies.
'Regarding the Star's copying; the
Clearwater Sun's recent remarks on
brick roads, the Sun says:
"The brick seem to be all rights It
apparently is the poor manner of lay laying
ing laying them that makes the roads a
crime, along with the fact that they
are but nine feet wide and traffic has
been so immense that the sides of the
roads have become deep ruts. Take
the same brick and lay a 16-foot road
in a workmanlike manner and there
will likely be little cause for com complaint."
plaint." complaint." .' 'v; c -'
We daresay the Sun is right. Poor
workmanship far more than material
is to blame for thej faults in public
work these days.
" The St. Petersburg Times expresses
our sentiments when it says : "M. F.
Hetherington, owner and founder of
the Lakeland Evening Telegram, an announces
nounces announces the sale of that property to
Harry L. Brown, for 16 years editor
and manager of the St. Augustine Re Record.
cord. Record. Mr. Hetherington will retire,
but will continue to live in Lakeland.
Harry L. Brown is one of the best
known men in the newspaper profes profession
sion profession in Florida and the Daily Times
joins the other newspapers in this
section of the state ; in welcoming
Harry Brown. We wish him success
in-his new field and for Mr. Hether Hetherington
ington Hetherington we wish a long period of rest
from his work which has done so
much for South Florida."
PYLES a PERKINS
.Funeral Directors & Embalmers
PARLORS OPPOSITE POSTOFFICE
Two Hearses. Grey Hearse for White
People Only. ;
Phones 555 and 225. Open All Night.
As a large and influential organi
zation is trying to force the Puritan
Sunday on the people of the United
States, the following sensible and
timely article from the New York
Times will be of interest to our read readers:.
ers:. readers:. :'
Having prohibited or tried to pr
hibit one habit seven days in the
week, the "reformers? in large meas measure,
ure, measure, apparently the same "reformers,"
are seeking to interfere with or pre prescribe
scribe prescribe the Sunday habits of the Amer American
ican American people. One would think that
the success of liquor prohibition is
not so ample or splendid as to make
it safe for the well-intentioned cen censors
sors censors and regulators of public morals
and customs to venture "upon new re restrictions.
strictions. restrictions. The psychological effect
of war has hitherto been 'supposed to
be toward a liberality or laxity of
morals, f In our own happier country
the reverse is the case. An organized
and well-financed effort to set back
the clock of time and secure a severe
observance of Sunday, the "Sabbath,
as its advocates prefer to call it, is
to be made. A highly industrial and
populous community is to be forced
into fetters found galling and shaken
eff by a far simpler and less develop
"Reform" organizations, already
sure, no doubt, of a certain number of
docile i and card-index legislators at
Washington, will press upon Congress
the passage of a law forbidding the
operation of interstate' trains on Sun
day, the opening of any postoffice or
the delivery of any mail, and the
transaction of any business by any
person or corporation engaged in in
terstate commerce on that day. The
purpose of the proposed law is declar
ed to be to "express our national de
termination to honor the Sabbath day
and keep it holy, as God commands.?
These enthusiasts forget that under
eur constitution and laws Sunday is
not a religious, but a civil, holiday,
The value of a day of rest is recog
nized. Sunday, because it is observed
by. the majority, is taken as the most
convenient day of that rest. The state
siatutes on the subject are modeled
after English forms. Ordinarily, by
their language labors" of necessity, and
general public accommodation are ex
cepted. The rigid Sabbatarians seek
to interrupt treight and passenger
traffic, to stop it for a day, to dislo
cate trade, to cause damage and incon- i
venience to a multitude of persons.
What would become of perishable
goods under their ban ? ; The case of
the milk dealers alone is sufficient' to
show the danger and the impossibility
of their prdposal. If it could be car carried
ried carried out, it would not only cause im immense
mense immense financial loss but would injure
the public health and diminish exer exercise
cise exercise and harmless pleasure.
me trouoie witn tnese purists is
that they want to make everybody
conform to their ideas of Sunday ob observance.
servance. observance. They never think of the
millions of people,' the majority who
have to work five and a half or six
days a week. This campaign for fed federal
eral federal restrictions is accompanied with
another for lessening' or abolishing
public Sunday amusements or exer exercises,
cises, exercises, outdoors and in. The working working-man
man working-man and the hired man can spend
their day of rest at home. The mo
notony of their labor mustn't be re
lieved. Everybody's Sunday must be
after the pattern of, say, Westerville,
Ohio. Now, if any persons or relig
ious denominations want Sunday kept
in a particular way, it is their priv
ilege so to keep it. Churches can en enforce
force enforce discipline upon their communi
cants. By precept and example they
can recommend their theories and
practices upon their neighbors. The
moment they seek the aid of the law
to thrust upon the great body of citi
zens a code of Sunday observance
against which it rebels they are try trying
ing trying to exercise a tyranny over other
men s consciences, lhey are uncon
sciously creating prejudice against; a
morality that seems pragmatical to
their opponents, and even against re
ligion itself. Dr. Manning of Trinity
is right in laying upon the mistaken
severity of our Puritan ancestors in
regard, to Sunday much of the later
laxity in its observance.
Some one hundred and thirty years
ago President Washington, traveling
in his coach and six on his lawful oc occasions,
casions, occasions, was stopped and questioned
by a Connecticut tithing man. Hun Hundreds
dreds Hundreds of : thousands of New England
toys and girls have never forgotten
the prison dullness of those intolerable
Sunday hours. Many of them can re recall
call recall -them still with horror. A more
rational way of spending Sunday has
been found. The churchgoer after his
religious duties, is free to take air and
recreation, to pass the day as he
pleases, so far as he doesn't disturb
others. Then there is a great number
of non-churchgoers, of believers or fol followers
lowers followers of none. The : Sabbatarian is
always free to keep Sunday in his own
way. Whymust he interfere with
the .ways of others ? .,
Sunday is not the "Sabbath." The
surviving and revived Puritan theory
cf it is a modern innovation, unknown
when all Europe was Catholic, un
known even to some of the Reformers.
We all know the story of John Knox
calling on John Calvin on a Sunday
and finding him playing at bowls. The
attempt to revive in the twentieth
r-entury. this fanaticism of a seven
teenth-century sect is a curious bit of
l eaction. Knowing the power of a de
termined minority and the feeble knees
of too many members of Congress and
state legislatures, all Americans who
elieve in' a 'sane and human Sunday
mast fight from the start all this blue
st program and propaganda.
like aPor trait
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
overjoyed at Christmas if they
received someone's photograph.
THE BLAKE STUDIO
And it's time you were beginning to
hink of the presents you intend giv-
ng on that joyous occasion.
Our line of Jewelry consists of eve
rything from a small inexpensive
Stick Pin to a Gold Watch or a Dia
mond Ring. Many new novelties to
elect from if you call early.
J. Charles Smith
The Jeweler -& Watchmaker
West Side Courthouse Square
Eeoiaclayl Co. 1
Two Licensed Embalmers
Motor Funeral Cars
Private Morgue and Chapel
. Day Phone 47
Night Phones 305 and 431
C. V. Roberts, Manager
PRACTICAL CARPENTER AND
Carej ul estimates made on all co. co.-tract
tract co.-tract ork. Gives more and better
work fr the money than any other
contract or iri the city.
A; E. GERIG
; City taxes and licenses due.
A discount of 2 per cent allowed on
city taxes if paid in November. The
tax rate slightly reduced.
. W. W. Clyatt,
4-tf City Tax Collector.
The road to success is advertising.
MURPHY :M0T0R COMPANY
i Ocala, Florida
At present the
V- seL' J& rT "Xi U Airy U xsx J n Ud i
you can't duplicate the goods or the
Ladies' Fall and Win Winter
ter Winter Suits and one one-piece
piece one-piece Dresses from
Displaying all the lat latest
est latest shades of Poplins,
Serges, Silks and Tric Tric-otines.
otines. Tric-otines. -
.OJmt U Dim vision, arising from
a number of causes, gen--erally
2p ske. v$ to the influence of skil skil-'Cj.yi
'Cj.yi skil-'Cj.yi fully fitted glasses.
DR. K. J. WEIHE,
Optometrist and Optician
, :. v ;
ALWAYS OPEN DAY AND
best sight in town is the Handsome
of Holiday Goods, found at
Our attractive Holiday Display awaits
your inspection and we are waiting
to show you our Holiday Line.
You will trade with us simply because
and plenty of them,
waiting for you
it tlnat .ApspRI" Lowei?
Men, women and Children's
Blouses, Coat Suits and
Skirts. Hats and Shoes.
III f I i
I J Wll
WM. A. TINSMAN
ALL WORK GUARANTEED
Estimates Furnished Free
Phone No. 526. 215 W. 5th St., Ocala
C. Cecil Bryant:
Acconsfino and Auditing
: phone 332 :
OCALA EVENING STAR, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 2, 1920
Stupendous Sales o
Has met with Wide-Eyed Astonishment by
Ocala's Thrifty Shoppers
The Sale of Dresses at
Is going like wildfire, but those
who have not yet taken ad advantage
vantage advantage of the unusual oppor opportunity
tunity opportunity still have time to make
their selection. -
ANOTHER BIG SALE OF
of fine quality Tricotine, Serge,
light weight Wool Velour made
to sell from $37.50 to $85.00,
on sale at -'
All Sizes and no Two Alilie.
of genuine Bolivia, Velours and
other popular fabrics in Dolman
and Belted effects beautifully
silk lined and warmly inter interlined
lined interlined m ade to sell from $45.00
to $95.00, on sale now at
"The Fashion Center"
WHAT CAN ANTHONY BO
REMARKABLE SALE OF
Editor Star: I have often .wonder
ed, "What can Anthony do?" I feel
sure that there are others who have
thought of the same thing along with
ne. Anthony has proven to be one of
the healthiest towns in the state of
Florida. And if a few of the other
towns will allow me, I will say that
that Anthony ships from its farms
more truck than any other town of its
size in the state.
As I gazed upon the pretty display
cf farm products exhibited at the
Marion County Fair this year repre representing
senting representing this community and the An
thony school, I thought of Anthony
as a miser, who has plenty of money
end who was afraid to let one cent go,
even if it would double its value with
The question has been asked, what
can Anthony do ? I, for one, am afraid
that Anthony will never increase its
population much higher than it is at
the present time, and that it will not
at any time be of any interest to the
homeseekers, unless the citizens of
the Anthony school district co-operate
and build for themselves and the com
ing generation a schoolhouse that will
be of real credit to the neighborhood.
Antnony needs lor its cmiaren a
schoolhouse that has the required
number "of rooms, one that will allow
the principal and the teachers to car
ly out the full required high school
course, without so much trouble, which
is due to lack of rooms and blackboard
What makes a good school ? For one
thing a good school, to my way of
thinking, is a school that teaches boys
v.rd girls to be good citizens of the
particular place inl which they live.
Now if all the people of Anthony lived
ins Greenland and they wanted their
children to stay there, I would call it
a i poor school if it taught only Latin,
Greek, algebra- and French, even if
the principal was Prof. Woodrow Wil Wil-som
som Wil-som and all the teachers were grad
uates of Yale and Harvard. Because
these branches of learning would not
be of much use to us up there. But if
they taught along with the other
studies, the art of how : to catch the
animals of the frigid zone, and how to
live in it and be more healthy, then I
would consider that a good school that
carries practical knowledge along with
t.ieo ther work. ;
But out here at Anthony, a small
town situated in the country, I call it
good school if it fits the boys and
irls who live here, if it teaches them
how to farm better, how to make more
com and spuds to an acre, with the
same labor and expense; how to make
orange and peach trees grow and
bear, and if it brings the farmers of
the neighborhood closer together in a
A school of this kind is worthy of
being called an Al school. You know
there is a sort of an epidemic among
the young folks of today, that causes
them to want to go off to town and
leave the farm. It seems to be like an
old hen hatching out a brood of ducks.
She may raise them, care for them, I f
reach the age they go to the creek to
take a swim, then the old hen can
stand on the bank and call and coax,
but they won't come back.
A great number of the farmers are
just like that old ben; they raise their
children just to have them swallowed
vi by the city, as 'soon as they get
of age. If the school that the boys
and girls went to had been well fixed
so that the teacher could have got the
boy or girl interested in the agricul
tural line, then probably that boy or
girl would have remained on the farm.
Anthony has always had good teach
ers teachers who did great work in
the community, but there is no ques
tion but that they could have done
more if they had had the required
rooms and the grounds under better
fence so that they could have had not
only book references but carried on
actual experiments with the pupils in
I am sure that some one has said.
You don't stop to think that all of
this will cost more money and taxes."
Yes, I realize that it will, but what is
the difference in giving a little money
on the school here at Anthony, some
thing that will build up the commu community,
nity, community, or letting your son or daughter
spend their younger years of life here
ia a poorly equipped school, and when
he or she goes out to face the world
be saddened by the fact that they are
not fully qualified. Or, in other words,! k
send them here to school for 10 or 12
years and at the close of that time
l.nv 4. 1 A 1
luxYXi uo sena mem away to some
other school, just to learn what they
could have learned at their own home
school if the school had been properly
equipped for a thorough course of
What the people of Anthony should
begin to realize is that a good school
is a school that takes the latent talent
in a community, awakens it to life and
uses it as a community builder. That
is a good school.
Anthony's citizens won for the An
thony school at the Marion County
Storage, Gasoline, Oils aud Grease. Z
We use genuine Ford Parts. Cars washed, $1.00
AGENTS FOR J
SCRIPPS-BOOTH SIX :
Phone 252 Cor. Oklanaha scd Oranne
Used Cars for Sale Z
liiuiii vG m?M -ii
By Rev. Mable Quam Stevens
At Methodist Church, at Kendricli,
7:30 Monday Evening, December 6tli
Sscjcct; "The little Red Rose Bnd" of the Ccok ct Solomon
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Rev. Stevens in Native Palestinian Costume
SENATOR WATSON'S COMMENDATION
She is a woman of remarkable versatility and most persuasive elo-
M. i i i i i ii t i i j i :
quence. one nas a most lntimaie Know leage 01 ice riue anu ixr ejtpuai ejtpuai-tion
tion ejtpuai-tion of ScriDtural tests is always interesting and also persuasive. She did
not in a single instance disappoint anybody in her audience and unless the
people have entirely forgotten tne uiDie or nave Decome uiceriy inainerem
to everything relating to religion, I believe that her auditors would all
be inspired by her utterances. very sincerely yours,
i JAMES E. WATSON.
Rev. Mabel Quam Stevens Has Devoted Her Life to Bible Research, Travel
in Palestine, the Chautaiqua Platform and Bible Teaching
in Palestine, the Chautauqua
ADMISSION 25 CENTS.
CHILDREN 15 CENTS.
EXCLUSIVE AND DISTINCTIVE
Every Hat in the
is now on Sale at
Come Early and
GET YOUR CHOICE
Not a hat in the ahove establishment but what
is authentic in style and fitness and well worth
the Original Price.
Ill E. BROADWAY, near Western Union.
THE WIMPSiMC nmi
In the heaix of the dty with Hemming Park for a front yard yard-Every
Every yard-Every modern convenience in each room. Dining room service is
second to none
ROBERT M. MEYER,
J. E. KAVANAUGH
Advertise and get Results
(Concluded on Fourth Pr)
OCALA EVENING STAB, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 2, 1920
If you have any
phone to five-one.
D. Campbell of St. Au Au-a
a Au-a business visitor in the
Cocoa Bonbons, 40 cents a pound at
.Bitting: & Co. :-'26t
Salt and fresh water fish, oysters,
fthriran. etc.. at City FISH Market,
No. 9 Fort King avenue.
We understand that the fair made
$3000, over and above expenses, this
Come at once to get your bulbs bulbs-trumpet
trumpet bulbs-trumpet and white narcissus, crocus,
hyancinths, tulips and muscari
Court Pharmacy. Phone 284.
Dr. D. M. Smith left this morning
for a visit to his son and daughter-in-law,
Mr. and Mrs. Morris Smith, at
Peanut Squares 35 cents a pound ,at
Bitting & Co. 2-6t
Come at once to get your bulbs
trumpet and white narcissus, crocus,
hyancinths, tulips and muscari- The
Court Pharmacy. Phone 284. 2-6t
Mr. George Hall, night clerk at the
Harrington, is up from several days
of illnos, to the great relief, of both
Bob Adams and Dad Wilson, who had
to double up on Hall's work.
Our Toy Shop is now open. Walking
dells and talking books. THE BOOK
Have your mirrors re-silvered. All
Our bulbs have arrived narcissus, work called for, delivered and guar-
hyacinths a nd tulips. Get yours at
once. Court Pharmacy. l-6t
Mrs. George Chase is expected to
arrive in the city the latter part of
the week to join her husband for the
Brief cases and portfolios at THE
BOOK SHOP. 2-3t
Bob Adams is giving the Harrington
its autumn spring cleaning, preparing
for what will probably be the biggest
season in history.
After a short illness, Mayor Ander
son is up and able to attend to busi-i
Insist upon having Federal Bread.
It's the best. 23-6t
December and Christmas Victor re records
cords records at The BOOK SHOP. 2-3t
Let us show you our Christmas can-
We have just received 600
pounds which we are selling at half
price, direct from the factory. Bit
ting & Co. 2-6t
Mrs. Alvina Yon of Floral City has
returned to her home after a pleasant
two days visit in the city.
Chocolate Pralines 40 cents a pound
at Bitting & Co. 2-6t
Always asK your grocer for Federal
Bread, and insist upon getting it.
YouH always find it fresh and crisp.
Mrs. R. H. Floyd and sister Mrs.
Cooper of Oklahoma, are pleasant
visitors in Tampa for a few days.
Have your mirrors re-silvefed. All
vork called for, delivered and guar
anteed. Ocala Mirror and Plating
Works, Yonge block, Fort King
avenue, phone 694. 9-tf
Come at once to get your bulbs bulbs-trumpet
trumpet bulbs-trumpet and white narcissus,' crocus,
hyancinths, tulips and muscari. The
Court Pharmacy. Phone 284. 2-6t
Mr. and Mrs. James Nichols are
making their home with Mr. and Mrs.
Harmon Luffman at their residence on
Dont fail to visit the Guarantee
Jlotbing & Shoe Company. Every
thing we sell is guaranteed. We're
Ightisg for QUALITY not nrices. tf
Rev, John Conoley of Gainesville is
in the city, visiting Mr. Ghiotto, one
of his parishioners, who the Star re
grets to say is quite ill.
' i ..
Meet me at the American Cafe.
Union Station, Ocala, for a regular
dinner family style. Best dinner in
the state for 75c. Eat and drink all
you want. Time for dinner 11 a. m. to
2:SC p. m. 17-tf
Rev. Harry Insley of Tampa motor
ed to the city today for v short busi
ness visit with Rev. J. J. Neighbor, in
connection with the nation-wide cam
paign work. ; :
A beautiful line of leather goods at
THE BOOK SHOP. ; 2-3t
anteed. Ocala Mirror
Works, ; Yonge block,
venue, phone 504.
There are lots of improvements in
town, but the Ocala House guests say
it v.-ould' be hard to improve on that
big fireplace in the hotel office, when
it is full of fire on a cold night.
the community exhibits. Anthony has
always been a town that could do it,
if it would. Now it has begun to do
and I think that a special card of
thanks should be sent to the commit-
ee the members of which were so
faithful to the work as to go about
over the neighborhood and gather the
farm products and take them to the
fair grounds and place them in the
booth so that they would attract at attention.
tention. attention. Also to those who were so
kind as to stay with the' booth each
day and answer the many "questions
that were asked about it V and ; the
neighborhood that it represented.
George Stuart Sims.
Come at once to get your bulbs
trumpet and white .narcissus, crocus,
hyancinths, tulips and muscari. The
Court Pharmacy i Phone 284. 2-6t
Mr. Arthur, E. Bascom, the proprie
tor of the various concessions dis displayed
played displayed at the fair last week, purchased
a big six Studebaker from the Mur Murphy
phy Murphy Motor Company. Mr. Bascom
has left for Miami and expects short shortly
ly shortly to, make a run across country to
New edition of The Seminoles of
Florida at THE BOOK SHOP. 2-3t
Abruzzi seed rye, $4 per busheL
Rust proof seed oats, $1.50 per busheL
Ocala Seed Store. 22-tf
The friends of Mrs. Dinson, and
niece, Mrs. isiancne Allen and children
will regret to learn that they will
leave Ocala to; make their home at
Dade City. -Mrs. Dinson accompanied
by Mrs. Allen's children left yester yesterday
day yesterday 'for their new home and will be
joined by Mrsi Allen the latter part of
It's an easy name to remember
Federal always 'ask for Federal if
you want the best bread to be had. 6t
mgmve s urocery
When we noticed the Special prices
of others, we decided that our Every
Day Prices were worth telling.
HERE'S JUST A FEW
Twelve pound sack of Gold
Medal Flour .$1.00
Twenty-four pound sack of
Gold Medal Flour $1.95
Twelve pound sack of Mother
Goose Self Rising Flour $1.00
No. 2 Ritters' Pork and Beans,
two for -.
Van Camp's Baby
No. 1 Tomatoes
No. 2 Tomatoes
Milk .. ...
Don't fail to visit the Guarantee
Clothing & Shoe Company.- Every
thing we sell is guaranteed. We're
"'ghting for QUALITY not prices, tf
Mr, and Mrs. ;. Max lsraelson are
among the first who have engaged one
of, the Ocala House new, apartments,
which will be ready for occupancy
about the first of the year. When these
apartments, now undergoing extens
ive alterations and improvements, are
completed, they will be among the
most convenient and attractive to be
found anywhere in the state.
WHAT CAN ANTHONY DO?
(Continued from Third Page)
XOTICE OF MASTER'S SALE
Notice !s herebv eiven that under and
: oy virtue of'a final decree of foreclosure
t entered on the third day of November,
sad i5?o. in that -prtain cause end-
Fair this year, the second prize onjing in the circuit court of the Fifth
judicial circuit oi me siaie ui
in and for Marlon county, in chancery,
wherein MaTsraret J Pickard, is COm-
The Christmas store is THE BOOK
SHOP. '. 2-3t
If it is service you are after and
the choicest meats and fancy groc groceries,
eries, groceries, just phone 243, Cook's Market
end Grocery. l-10t
Mrs. Morris Miller, wife of. the pro
prietor of Milelr Bros, shows; the car
nival which was at the fair grounds
last week, is another purchaser of a
big six Studebaker, which she bought
from the Murphy Motor Company of
this city. The carnival is showing in
Tampa this week and Mrs. Miller is
finding much enjoyment driving her
new car on the splendid boulevards
that connect Tampa with the sur surrounding
rounding surrounding cities.
All of the best
Miss Stevens wishes to have for use
at the primary school for the nextfew
weeks' scales suitable for weighing
children. Anyone having scales that
they will loan for this purpose please
pnone 568. ; H
CARD OF THANKS
r, Our bulbs have arrived narcissus,
hyacinths a nd tulips, Get yours at
once. uourt Fnarmacy. : l-os
Cranberries 18 cents a pound, two
pounds for 35 cents. W. A. Stroud, tf
This is the
LITTLEx GREEN STORE
807 South Lime St.
Where you Get the BEST for LESS
J. II. SPENCER
W. R. PEDRICK
AG E N C
We Make a Specialty of Parts for the Buick and
the Prices are Consistent with the Cost of Same.
GOODYEAR AND U. S. TIRES AND TUBES
Exclusive Agents for "VESTA" BATTERY, 18 Mo. Guarantee
i An Up-to-Date Battery Service Station
We Maintain an Up-to-Date Garage with
Expert W orkmen, at all times, Assuring
Prompt and Efficient Service. ; ..
A lecture on Bible themes will be
delivered by Mrs. Mabel Quam Stev Stevens
ens Stevens at the, Methodist church at Ken Ken-drick
drick Ken-drick Sunday evening next. Mrs. Stev Stevens
ens Stevens has devoted her life to Bible re research
search research and travel and her lectures are
very interesting. The Kendrick peo people
ple people will be glad to see all their friends
present at the lecture from Ocala and
other parts of the county.
; When you buy fish from us they are
dressed ready for cooking. Oysters
and shrimp. City FISH Market, No.
9 Fort King avenue. 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
Mr. Phillip G. Murphy, of the Mur Murphy
phy Murphy Motor Company, states that lie
found the county fair an exceptionally
good advertising .medium. He says
that a surprisingly large number of
people were keenly interested in the
cars which he represents. The num number
ber number of sales actually made at the fair
giounds warrants a larger and more
complete display and he is planning
on a very elaborate booth for 1921.
Abruzzi seed rye, $4 per bushel.
Bust proof seed oats, $1.50 per bushel.
Ocala Seed Store. 22-tf
We desire to thank all the friends
wh' wpre so kind to us during the ill
ness an' death of our dear husband
and father, J. I. Whittington. To the
physician and nurse for their "untir "untiring
ing "untiring attention, we express our appre appreciation,
ciation, appreciation, and to all for the many beau beautiful
tiful beautiful flowers, which speak in silence,
love and esteem for our dear one. -Mrs.
J. I. Whittington.
E. I. Whittington.-.
Mrs." K. E. Ausley;
Mrs. E. A. Smith. :.
Mrs. W. R. Doi mar mar-Mrs.
Mrs. mar-Mrs. B. A. Havird.
Roy Sch rim shire.
plainant, and Nina Kyle Elliott, as ex executrix
ecutrix executrix of the last will and testament
of J. M. Elliott Jr.. deceased, et w., are
defendants, that I, the undersigned
special master in chancery appointee
by t-ne court in and toy saia aecree to
execute the provisions thereor, snail
offer for sale and sell at imbue outcry
to the highest and toest -bidder for cash
in front or the south door or tne .Mar .Marion
ion .Marion county court house, in Ocala. Flor
Monday, the 9th day of December, A. D.
between the hours of 11 o'clock a. m.
and 2 o'clock p. xn.. the following de
scribed lands situated and toeing ; in
Marion county. Florida, to-wit:
Ne of nw; sw of nw; w'A oi
sw4 of section 18; seVi of se: and
also 12 feet for road on west side of
ne4 of se!4-of section 18; also com commencing
mencing commencing lly yard3 from southeast cor corner
ner corner on the east line of the northwest
quarter of the southeast quarter of
section 18 townsniB is south range 24
east and run north 330 yards to north northeast
east northeast corner, thence run west 440 yards.
thence south 33U yards, thence east
44C yards to point of te gin
ning; also sw Vi of nw4 section
nwU of'nei: nw of the sw of
ne?4 of section 16; e.of sw4; se4 of
nw"i and wVt of ne of section 21; all
of said lands in township Is soutn.
range 2,4 east, in Marion county, Flor
ida, or so mucn tnereoi as may oe
necessary to satisfy said Anal decree
and costs of said suit.
D. NIELi FERGUSON,
Special Master in Chancery.
F R. HOCKER,
Complainant's Solicitor. ll-4-5t-thur
WANTED, LOST, FOUND, FOR
SALE. FOR RENT AND SIM SIMILAR
ILAR SIMILAR LOCAL NEEDS
Rates: Six lines, maximum, one time,
25c; three times, 50c; six times, 75c.;
one month, $3. Payable in advance.
FOR SALE My home and piano. L.
A. Gabel. 29-3t
POSITION WANTED Experienced
young lady desires position as sales-
. lady or office assistant. Phone 245,
or call at 229 N. Daugherty street,
,:city.-'.'r..; ., 29-Gt
NOTICE OF IXTEXTIOS TO APPI.Y
FOR LETTERS PATENT
Notice Is hereby given" that on the
23rd day of December. At D. 1920, the
undersigned will apply to the Gover
nor of the State of Florida, at Tallahassee.-
Florida, for leters patent, in
corporating GEORGE tMacKAY & COM-
FAJY unaer tne roliowmg proposea
- s GEORGE MacKAT.
; ROBERT A. I. MacKAT.
t AIRJ-D Mac KAY, ,..
JOHN li TAYLOR.
WOOD Oak and pine, cut to any
length; delivered on 'short notice.
Phone Mrs. E. L. Howe!l, Oak.
(phone charges paid,) ) 11-tf
FOR SALE Good milk cow, just
fresh with heifer calf. C. A. Kol-
loway, 715 Lime street, phone i.b,
PIANO FOR SALE A special bar bargain
gain bargain for quick sale. See it at my
residence, 1109 E. 5th St. or phone
185 G. J. E. Frampton. 30-6t
CARD OF THANKS
Through the columns of the Star,
we wish to express our heartfelt
thanks to our many friends for the
beautiful flowers and deeds' of kind kindness
ness kindness and sympathy in our sad hour of
bereavement, in the death of our dear
brother and son, J. Ethol Hendrix.
L. T. Hendrix and Family.
Morriston, Fla., Nov. 29.
Passed by the Civic League of Belle Belle-view,
view, Belle-view, November 3 fit, 1920
Whereas, the Lord in his wisdom
has removed from our midst our be beloved
loved beloved and esteemed friend and asso associate,
ciate, associate, Mrs. Sadie Van Horn, who was
a charter member of the Civic League;
and by her loyalty, efficiency and
Christian character, won the love and
respect of all who knew her; therefore
be it ; i ; V-'
Resolved, that the Civic League as
a body extend its sincere sympathy to
her bereaved family.
Resolved, that a copy of these reso resolutions
lutions resolutions be recorded in our minutes, a
copy sent Mrs. Van Horn's' family
and also to the Ocala papers for pub publication.
lication. publication. Committee: 4
Mrs. G. G. Bush.
Mrs. W. H. Wilkinson.
Mrs. F. E. Martin.
PropO)ed Charter of George MaeKay A
" : J ComptBy
The undersigned, desiring to procure
letters patent under the laws of Flor Florida,,
ida,, Florida,, applicable to corporations for pro profit,
fit, profit, do hereby associate ourselves to together
gether together for such purpose and hereby
make and iputolish this as the proposed
articles of incorporation and charter
for said corporation, ;
- U l-- J j article;!. : :'
. .Name and Place of Bastaetia '"
The" nime of this corporation shall
be GEORGE AlacKAY A COMPANY,
and its principal place of business shall
be Ocala, : "Marion county, Florida, tout
it may establish' and maintain .branch
offices or places of business at such
place or places as its :board of directors
ARTICLE IL : ;
The general nature of the business
or businesses to oe conducted by tms
WANTED To superintend a farm,
:or rent a forty-acre farm; or would
consider a share crop. I. W. Wine Wine-gard,
gard, Wine-gard, 22 Gertrude street, Orlando,
FOR REN T Furnished apartment apartment-Apply
Apply apartment-Apply to 603 E. Second St. SO-tf
FOR SALE Abruzzi Rye seed, $3.50
per bushel. Anthony Farms, An Anthony,
thony, Anthony, Fla. 1-Gtdly
FOR REN T Light housekeeping
rooms. Call at 24 Ray St. l-3t
FOR SALF, Seed cane, $12 per thou thousand;
sand; thousand; two large mules, $450 for
the pair; one fresh jeraey cow and
three weeks, old calf, $75. Apply
to N. W. Harison, Oklawaha, Flor Florida.
ida. Florida. 19-12t
'ABBAGE 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 ia
large quantities. J. R. Davis Farms,
Bartow, Fla. tf
nnn In... I..
tay. Ta conduct a general .mercantile wuuu r KJl x ,ana iua.ua
of oak and pine wood. Phone 322,
residence. E. Bomolini. 18-18t
business, dealing in all kinds of roer
Cb). To conduct "u general unaertajr-
ing business., ..
; (c). ,:To deal an an Kinas oi irauarag
.s.ujpllcs and materials, and to manu manufacture
facture manufacture all kinds of touilding materials;
(d). To deal in ail kinds of agricul
(e). To buy, own and sen auiomo-
ibll". trucks notor driven vehicles of
every description, tires, accessories ana i
parts; -. J
(f). To coti.Ttuct u"l lings and
structural work of every kind;
r). To own. buy, sell and deal in
all kinds of real and personal property;
stock in other, corporations; patents,
copyrights and trademarks; and to pur purchase
chase purchase and? retire stock In 'this corpora corporation;
tion; corporation; -.-
. (h), Yto borrow and lend anoneyj
takiag and giving notes or other obli obligations,
gations, obligations, bonds or deeds of trust or
other security-that -may be required or
demanded; ; ; :
(i). To contract "or- bd contracted
with for the purpose, of carrying out
any and all of the legitimate purposes
for which this corporation is created,
and whatever is necessary to enhance
me value Oi ine curpuraiiuu s jHviiin
(J). -Generally, to do any and all.
things necessary and legal to carry on
tjie 'businesses or this corporation.
; Capital Stoefe
' The amount of capital slock autho authorized
rized authorized is Two Hundred and Fifty Thou Thousand
sand Thousand Dollars ($250,000), which shall toe
divided into Twenty-five Hundred
(2500) shares, of the par value of One
Hundred Dollars i-($100) each, which T,,Tr,,TTy ; 1
said capital stock, or any portion there- 'HOUSEHOLD Gocds for
of, may "be paid in cash, or by convey- T r'n'-ol na ico
ance to the corporation of real and per- L. a. .uasi, pnone oo.
Bonal property, or bjr- services render- j
FOR RENT My entire home which
can be used as two apartments, on
Orange avenue. For further partic particulars
ulars particulars see me or call Mrs. Martha
Williams at the home of Mrs. R. S.
Hall, Fort King avenue. 19-tf
WANTED A good farmer to farm
on shares. Also would like to plant
ten, fifteen or twenty acres of oats
on shares. I nave good land near
town. W. D. Cam. 15-tf
LAKE WEIR Two completely fur fur-j
j fur-j nished cottages for sale at Wood-
mar, Eastlake; running water, bath
room, toilet, acetylene gas, two bed bedrooms
rooms bedrooms in each house. For prices and
particulars, apply to D. S. Wood Wood-row,
row, Wood-row, Box 581, Ocala, Fla. 29-tf
FOR SALF, One team of mules, log
cart and harness; will be sold cheap
for cash; all equipped for hauling.
Address T. S. Mathews, Orange
Lake, Fla. 29-6t
ELKS, TAKE NOTICE
Apalachicola oysters every day.
Cook's Market and Grocery, phone
243," North Main street. 17-tf
GASOLINE, OILS AND GREASE.
SPENCER-PEDRIC K I MOTOR CO.
Under the direction of the Y. W. A.
of the Baptist church the young wom women
en women of this denomination will give a
Christmas shower next Monday eve evening
ning evening at 8 o'clock at the residence of
Rev. and Mrs. C. L. Collins, for the
Florida girls who are attending the
missionary school at Louisville, Ky.
Any sort of gift that is appropriate
H; and useful for girls will be accepta
ble and it is sincerely hoped that the
shower will be in the nature of a
downpour for this worthy cause. Mrs.
Collins will lead in an interesting mis-
H sionary program and everybodv is in
vited to attend. The occasion prom promises
ises promises to be an exceedingly enjoyable
Memorial services will be held in
the lodge room at 11 o'clock a. m.,
Sunday, December 5th. t
30-6t C. Y. MillefV E. R.
Buicks at a Bargain
1919 seven-passenger, five tires,
(three cords) $1550. ;
1919 five-passenger, newly painted,
two bumpers, five tires, $1300.
1919 five-passenger, two bumpers,
five tires (three cords), $1100.
1918 roadster, newly painted, new
top, five tires, $1200.
These cars all carry a 90-day me mechanical
chanical mechanical guarantee. Cash. or part
terms to responsible parties.
SPENCER-PEDRICK MOTOR CO,
29-tf Buick Dealers. Ocala, Fla.
f L?r?t2?Lfl ;?lr IUo CHERO-COLA WOODYARD
' ""' 5 r Term ''
The term for which this corporation
i3 to exist is ninety-nine years.
The .business of the corporation shall 1
be conducted! Jay a president, a vice-.
president, a secretary and a treasurer,
any two xt which offices may be held
by one and the same person, except the
offices of president and vtce-president,
and 'by a board of directors, consisting
of not less than three nor more than
seven members. The officers will toe
elected at the annual meetings of the
corporation to be held on the fourth
Tuesday in December of each year. Un Until
til Until the officers elected at the first an annual
nual annual meeting shall qualify the -business
of the corporation shall be conducted
by the following named officers: Presi
dent and treasurer, ueorge w&iaciay,
vice-president rRobert A. D. MacKay;
secretary, Alfred ilacKay; and George
MacKay, Robert A. D. MacKay, Alfred
MacKay and John H. Taylor, directors.
- ARTICLE VL ; :
The 'highest amount of Indebtedness
or liability to which this corporation
can at any, time subject itself is Two
Hundred and Fifty -Thousand Dollars,
The names and residence of the sub subscribers
scribers subscribers and the amount of, jthe capital
stock subscribed for y each are as
Name Residence of Shares
George MacKay, Ocala,' Fla. 500
Robert A. D. MacKay. Ocala, Fla. 10
Alfred. MacKay, Ocala, Fla. 10
John H. Taylor, OCala, Fla 5
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
SEEDS New spring seed catalogue
will soon be ready for distribution;
send name at once so there will be
no delay in receiving your copy
when the book is ready. Kilgore
Seed Co., Plant City, Fla. 25-5t
WANTED A 10 to 15-acre farm
near Ocala, with buildings. Farm Farming
ing Farming p roperty would also be appre appreciated.
ciated. appreciated. Address C. Mahl, 404 North
Main St., Ocala, Fla, 2-lt
STATE OF FLORIDA. V
COUNTY OF MARION.
On- this day personally came oefore
me George MacKay, Robert A. D. ilac
Kay. Alfred aiacKay and John JU. Tay
Arrival and departure of passengex
crafns at OCALA UNION STATION.
m The following schedule figures pub published
lished published as information and not guar guaranteed.
anteed. guaranteed. (Eastern Standard Time)
SEABOARD AIR LINE RAILROAD
:15 am Jacksonville-N'York 2:10 am
:55 pm Jacksonville 1:34 am
:17 pm Jacksonville 4:15pra
2:15 am Manatee- 4:C5pta
2:15 am Tampa 2:10 am
2:15 am Manatee- 4:17 nm
lor, to me well known to. be the persons 4:uopm lampa-bt. Petrsbrg 4:17 pm
wno susOscriDea xneir names 10 ue
foregoinar proposed charter
ATLANTIC COAST LINE R. E.
GEORGE Mac KAY & COMPANY, and Leave
each acknowledged to me that he sign- I 2;12 Dill Jaeksonvitte-N'Yrtrk 94lftr-
ed his name, thereto for the -uses and t 4tP acKSonyi ue -r X Or K .4ftia
purposes therein set forth and express-1 1 145 pra Jksonville-Gainsville 3:35 cm
'o:4J am .Ik-onvillP-f ;np-pilla Kl'ianm
WANTED Hay. What have you
a MoTlC a n 1 ii i atJfetsbrg-Lakeland 2:12 am
j Witness my nand and official seal at 3:35 pm St.Petsbrg-Lakeland 1:25 ca
I ccaia, riutiua, iiiib ue nun .a.j .au am iUnneilOn- W11C0X
i Aovemoer, a. u. ivtv.
(Seal) D. NIEL FERGUSON,
7:25 am Dunellon-Lkeland 11:03 pm
offer? Address Carlton House, 203-f Cranberries 18 cents a pound, twot
N. Main St, Ocala. 2-3t pounds for 35 cents. "W. A; Stroud, tf j
4:45 pm Gainesville 11:50 am
Monday. Wednesday. Friday.
"Tuesday. Thursday, Saturday.