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OCALA, FLORIDA. MONDAY, DECEMBER 6, 1920.
i 1L1SE BILL
: OF EXPEHSES
FOR DEPOT PLAZA
CANADA PUTS UP
TO THE SE
FTEfl DEC. TEI
To be Met by Appropriations to be
Decided by Sixty-Sixth Congress,
Which Assembled for Its Last
; Session Today
;- t (Associated Press) j
Washington, Dec'. C Another
peace time estimate of nearly $5t $5t-000,000,000
000,000,000 $5t-000,000,000 for the government's ex expenses'
penses' expenses' daring the fiscal year 1922
faced Congress when it reasesmbled
today. The exact figures as transmit transmit-ttd
ttd transmit-ttd by Secretary Houston were $4, $4,-653,856,759,
653,856,759, $4,-653,856,759, an increase of nearly $1 $1-000,000,000
000,000,000 $1-000,000,000 over the appropriation
for. the current year but $211,000,000
"less than estimates submitted a year
' Continuing war costs were directly
reflected throughout the estimate, in indicating
dicating indicating that the government might
be on a $4000,000,000 basis for some
years to come, as compared with the
$1,000,000,000 maximum preceding
the war. The single item of inter interest
est interest on the public debt was almost the
pre-war maximum of all appropria appropriations,
tions, appropriations, this total being $922,650,000.
In addition there was an estimate of
$205,754,864 for the war debt sink sinking
ing sinking fund.'' ; ,. ,..
-Of the individual departments, the
army and navy, as usual, asked for
the greatest amounts, the estimate
for the military establishment being
$099,275,502; for the naval establish establishment
ment establishment $658,522,231. The total esti estimates
mates estimates as given by Mr. Houston fol follow:
low: follow: O f "I ;
Ttnslativ ( Concress) S9.324.040.
Executive (White House and gov government
ernment government departments) $125,446,379.
'.Judicial (supreme court) $1,680,215.
, Department af agriculture, $41, $41,-(SJ?9,379.
(SJ?9,379. $41,-(SJ?9,379. ' ;
Foreign intercourse, $11,983,848.
, Indian affairs, $11,989,703.
a Pensions. St2fi5.19n.00O.
, Panama canal, $16,187,255.
Public works, $250,928,194.
- Postal service, $585,406,902.
!: Miscellaneous, $675,154,741.
Permanent and annual appropria appropriations,
tions, appropriations, $1,300,776,391,
t These estimates were prepared by
the democratic administration for the
operation oi ine government ouring
m a1 a. J i
the first fiscal year of the new re
publican administration.. Republican
' leaders in the Senate and House al
ready have forecast a sharp cut in
i the total and within the- week, the
House committee will begin the work
of shaping the bills which will carry!
the sums for the various departments.
K1 The estimate for the postal service
f vill not actually figure in govern governmental
mental governmental expenditures, since the postal
'Revenues practically cover the cost of
( operations. J
Included Hn the estimate for the
army find navy is a total of $95,000, $95,000,-D00
D00 $95,000,-D00 for development and maintenance
( of the air service in the two defensive
branches of the government. The
navy asks for $35,000,000 and the
; Chief among. the estimates for the
vnavy is;,0Tie of $184,000,000 to con continue
tinue continue the 1916 three-year building
'-program. Pay for the navy person-l'-nel
exceeds it by $923,910.
The army's greatest single item is
-f 21 5,659,830 for the pay and mileage
CorofBcers and men. Subsistence costs
for theforce is estimated at $64,490, $64,490,-fit95.
fit95. $64,490,-fit95. An appropriation of $74,808,000
is" proposed for the national guard.
y:: Expenditures oiy public works sug
gested under the war department
total $185,134,428, of which $68,09?, $68,09?,-.
. $68,09?,-. 865 goes to river and harbor improve improve-frnent.
frnent. improve-frnent. For improvement and mainte maintenance
nance maintenance of military posts, fortifications
and other works of defense the army
Included in the miscellaneous items
iis an estimate of $147,898,520 for the
lr shipping board and one of $160,000,000
for the bureau of war risk insurance.
In its program to take care of dis dis-,.obled
,.obled dis-,.obled soldiers, sailors and .marines,
, onder the war risk act, the treasur treasurer
er treasurer r's department seeks appropriations
4 of $35,000,000 for additional hospital
1. and dispensary facilities and $50,000, $50,000,-,C00
,C00 $50,000,-,C00 for medical and hospital services.
JThefederal board for vocational edu edu--
- edu-- cntion asks $78,000,000 to carry on its
work. The treasury also seeks $57,
038,000 for the internal revenue de de-jpartment.
jpartment. de-jpartment. For prohibition enforce enforcement,
ment, enforcement, $7,500,000 is asked.
Included in the miscellaneous ex expenditures
penditures expenditures are estimates by the va various
rious various departments for the conduct of
strictly departmental affairs, some of
which r.follow: Interstate commerce
commission $5,575,000; federal trade
commission $1,055,000; United States
employes compensation commission
and compensation fund, $24)26340,
and railroad labor board $550,000.
Let us show you our Christmas can can-.dies.
.dies. can-.dies. We have just received 600
pounds -which we are selling at half
pries, direct from the factory. Bit Bit-tir.
tir. Bit-tir. h Co. 2-6t
Prophesies Much Hard Work and
Hopes that Congress Will be Able
to Meet the Occasion r
Washington, D. C Dec. 6. Senator
Harding had breakfast late at the
home of Edward B. McLean this
morning, going to the capital shortly
btforeithe Senate convened.
V HARDING'S ADDBES&
President-elect Hardin? addressing
the Senate of the final session of the
Sixty-Sixth Congress,' convening at
noon today, forecasted a day of co cooperation
operation cooperation and friendly relations be between
tween between the White House and Congress.
"We are facing no easy task. We
have our full part in readjustment of
human affairs after a world tumult.
We have our tasks at home, we have
our part in the inevitable work of the
civilized world. I am sure the neces necessity
sity necessity of a wise solution will inspire us
Mr. Harding was given a hearty
welcome by members of the Senate.
Congress adjourned until it receives
the message of President Wilson.
READY TO HEAR WILSON
Arrangements have been made at
the' capitol to receive President Wil Wilson
son Wilson tomorrow, should he decide to de deliver
liver deliver his annual message to Congress
WILSON MADE NO STATEMENT
President Wilson did net tell the
congressional committee calling at the
White House to inform the president;
that Congress was in session whether
he would deliver his message person personally
ally personally tomorrow. The committee was
headed by Senator Lodge. The presi president
dent president did not shake hands with the re receiving
ceiving receiving committee : standing in the
blue room Former Speaker Clark
said President Wilson walked briskly
but with a cane.
The government won its anti-trust
suit against the Lehigh Valley rail railroad
road railroad company and affiliated corpora corporations.
A GOOD BILL
The House immigration committee
has orderd a favorable report on the
Johnson bill prohibiting immigration
into the United States for two years.
EXPORTS AND IMPORTS
Great Britain and Japan are the
only large countries receiving less
goods from the United States in Oc
tober than during the same month a
year ago, and Germany, Canada, Mex
ico and Chile and the Dutch East In Indie
die Indie sare the only countries 'from
which the United States received more
goods during the corresponding per period."
iod." period." :: v
The shipping board began an inves
tigation today into the advisability of
permitting railroads to grant prefer
ential ra,tes on commodities carried to
ports for shipment in American ves
SHOULD HAVE GIVEN ; HIM
General Nivelle, former commander
of the French army, who is visitng
this country, was decorated today
with a distinguished service medal.
HARDING'S FIRST DAY
AFTER COMING HOME
Norfolk, Va., Dec. 4.An America
preeminent in ; maritim! 'commerce,
cultivating friendly relations but de
termined to defend its rights, was
pictured, to the world by President Presidentelect
elect Presidentelect Harding as he ended his vaca vacation
tion vacation yesterday and turned soberly to
the task of, formulating the policies of
his administration. He made half a
dozen short speeches after his arrival
here, received the welcome usually
given to a president, and left last
night for Bedford. Va- where he
sepaks tomorrow at the Elks home.
Mr. Harding asked for a govern
ment aided merchant marine that
would make the United States "the
greatest maritime nation on the face
of the earth,' 'and for a navy "fit to
be the first line of defense for a peo
pie, everlastingly determined to de
fend its commerce and its rights."
He also spoke a word for an inter-
national peace understanding that
should not sacrifice the Americans na nationality,
tionality, nationality, and took note of his pres
ence in the South by forecasting a
national unity that would "have the
people of the old Confederacy under
stand that that's only a memory."
STOCKS ARE WORTHLESS
; New York, Dec. 6 -Worthless stock
amounting to $250,000,000 in wildca
motion picture companies are offered
annually, the motion picture, vigilance
committeed announced today.
State Raih-oaXom mission Will Look
Into the Status of Silver
The Marion County Board of Trade
Saturday afternoon received a letter
from the state railroad commission
saying' that an investigation of the
proposel removal of the Seaboard
fx eight depot at Silver Springs would
be made as soon after December 10 as
possible. The letter states that the
commission now has cases before the
Interstate" Commerce. Commission
vitally affecting the interests of the
shippers of Florida, but that if these
chses will permit will endeavor to
make, the investigation here as soon
after December 10 as possible.
The Rhoda Royal Grandest and Best
Shows Coming Soon
The all-absorbing topic of the day
seems to be "are you going to the
Mrms?" No amusement, whether
Ai.-j i : v oef
the preliminary enthusiasm that the
Rhoda Royal shows have by the an-
t, w fh.v,wnnM nnnpar in
Ocala Tuesday, December 14th.
In view "of the fact that this won
derful zoologic, etnologic, equine and
hippodrome exhibition is the superior!
of all similar enterprises, employing,
as it does, more cars to transport it,
more people to conduct its various
departments, more horses, wagons,
larger tents, and the greatest num number
ber number of performers ever amassed un under
der under one management, it is not sur surprising
prising surprising that it is today the world's
LITTLE FARMERS THOSE
IN NEED OF HELP
Louisiana Governor Says They are
Anxious and Willing to Remain
on the Farm
Harrisbifrg, Pa., Dec. 4. The thou
sands of "little men" are the farmers
who ned aid. Governor Parker of
Louisiana, declared in an address
yesterday before the national confer
ence of governors in session here.
Many of the small farmers, he said,
never had the opportunity to learn
what real co-operative work means
and many are not newspaper readers
and have no knowledge of the improv
ed methods of handling and shipping
They are anxious and willing to
remain on the farm" the Louisiana
governor said, "because it is all they
know, but if unable to make a living
for themselves and their children,
they will follow the current and drift
to the cities."
Farmers, Governor Parker assert asserted,
ed, asserted, have" been "stuffed so full of
theory and expert book knowledge
which has failed to work out prac practically,
tically, practically, that many of them are dis disgusted
gusted disgusted and disheartened." He defined
their need as "common-sense assist assistance."
ance." assistance." More economical and improved
methods of marketing were urged by
Governor Parker. A careful study
should be made of the great markets
cf the country, he asserted, and a de determined
termined determined effort made to see that per perishables
ishables perishables especially are promptly
transported and congestion obviated
cs much at nnssihlp.
I MT , .
Mk, wthp .avprnmpnt should have at
iea8t two experts who shouid work
in co-operation with a committee
rom the board of trade to see that
here is no loss or useless waste of
Governor Parker told the conf er-
e.nce tnat farmers could not oe ex
pected to possess expert knowledge of
business and transportation and that
the government in conjunction with
the states should establish a practic
able system to stabilize prices for ag
WASTING LIVES ON
A WORTHLESS DARKEY
Wise, Va.. Dec. 6. Quiet prevails
in Wise after a mob threatened last
night to dynamite the jail to obtain
the negro charged with assault and
robbery on an aged white man. One
man was killed and another wounded
in an attack on the jail.
TO SEE THE LIGHT
Mexico City, Dec. 6. All charges
against Wiliam O. Jenkins, American
consular agent in Puebla, arrested
last night charged with complicity in
his own kidnapping, were dismissed in
The Gift Shop is The Book Shop. St
City Engineer's Drawings Will
S umit ted to Board of Trade
Drawings which the city engineer
has made for the proposed opening of
North Main street and the beautifica beautifica-tion
tion beautifica-tion of the, union station plaza will
Le submitted to the Marion County
Board of Trade at its regular meeting
Thursday night at 8 o'clock. The lay layout
out layout of the proposed improvements
was made at the instance of Council Councilman
man Councilman A. T. Thomas at the request of
the Board of Trade committee, and
as soon as aprpvoed will be submitted
to the railroads. As it happens the
city council meets prior to the Board
of Trade and the plans will be sub
mitted to the council tomorrow night
The proposed plans for the open
ing of Main street and the improve
ment of the union station plaza pro provide
vide provide for garden plots of equal size on
either side of the street where it goes
rougn me uioc wiuuii me lai i
-l av i t i. i : i at :j. t
'just purchased lor tne purpose oi
making the opening. This attractive
"aiure ox me pians is ine uj.
the efforts made recently by the Ocala
Woman's Club. At the request of the
Woman's Club the council agreed not
to sell the strips of property on either
of Main street at this point, but
ico retain .mem ior parKways. in
(Woman's Club has agreed to see to it
that the parkways are properly laid
out ana nianiea wun snruDS ana
In the center of the union station
plaza the engineer's drawings call for
two garden plots, somewhat triangu triangular
lar triangular in shape, with gracefully curved
corners. They are in reality one
large triangular shaped plot, with the
base of the triangle near the station
and the apex near Magnolia street,
cut into' an extension of the driveway
of Main street. Around the two plots
will be the driveways leading to and
from the station, and wide enough to
prevent congestion of traffic. It is
proposed that the two garden plots be
included within a concrete curbing,
filled in with good soil, and planted in
grass, flowers, shrubs and palms.
At Thursday night's meeting the
Eoard ofTrade will be asked to de decide
cide decide whether Ocala shall entertain
the National Editorial Association on
its tour of Florida in- March next.
The State Press "Association is plan
ning for 500 editors from all over the
United States. The cities and towns
entertaining the editors are being
asked to bear their prorata share of
the cost of the trip based on the
lentgh of time spent in each place.
-The board of governors of the
Board of Trade held a lengthy meet meeting
ing meeting last Thursday night to consider
the finances of the organization. A
report will be made on this matter.-
The white way committee will have
a report to make.
DisDlaved in Many "Communities
Against Ex-Service Men
' (Associated Press)
Washington, Dec. 5. Denunciation
of agitation in various localities
against the location of hospitals for
ex-service men, particularly tubercu
losis sanitariums, was made here last
night by the American Legion nation national
al national legislative committee. The legion,
from the "national commander down
to the lowest buck private in the rear
ranks is going to fight against mer
cenary meddlers whose patriotism
died when the band quit playing'," the
"In Boise, Idaho, is a hospital of at
least 200 beds which the public health
service has leased," it continued
"Powerful local influences in Boise
object to the treatment of tuberculo
sis there, and prefer a remount sta
tion instead. Thinks nave come to
a pretty pass when horses are to be
taken in preference to disabled Ameri American
can American soldiers.
"Petty politicians in Johnson City,
Tenn., raised heaven and earth to pre prevent
vent prevent the governing opening the na national
tional national soldiers home for ex-service
men, suffering from 'T. B.' Up in
Minneapolis, Minn- mercenary med-
- m A
d'ers whose patriotism died when the
bands quit playing have raised $100, $100,-000
000 $100,-000 to keep the United States public
health service from getting Asheberry
hospital for ex-service men. Officials
of the health service have admitted
to us that one of the things they have
been up against the hardest in getting
hospitals, had been the critical pres pressure
sure pressure brought to bear against them in
The commission said that it had
had been advised that 460 tubercular
ex -service men m lucson Arizona,
were destitute and without shelter.
Cranberries 18 cents a pound, two
pounds for 35 cents. W. A. Stroud, tf
New Order Raises the Money Re
quirement from $50 to $250 for
Skilled and Unskilled Labor
Ottawa, Dec. 6. The Canadian
government has passed an order in
council intending to restrict immigra
tion of mechanics, artisans and labor laborers
ers laborers by increasing the individual fi financial
nancial financial entrance requirements from
$50 to $250. This was done in order
to alleviate the condition of unem
ployment now prevailing in the do dominion.
minion. dominion. The order becomes effective along
the international boundary on Dec.
15 and at ocean ports on Jan. 1.
The new order does not affect tour
ists, commercial travelers or return
ing Canadians. It states that "a con
siderable amount of unemployment
prevails in parts of Canada and that
the prospects for employment are not
likely to improve during the next few
Paragraphs 1 to 3 of the former
order in council applicable to mechan mechanics,
ics, mechanics, artisans and laborers have been
suspended and four others substitut
ed. The first provision says:
"No immigrant of the mechanic,
atrifan or laborer classes, whether
skilled or unskilled, shall be allowed
to land in Canada unless he possesses,
in his own right, money N to the
amount of $250, and, in addition,
transportation to his destination, -in
It is provided in the second para
graph that if an immigrant of the
classes mentioned in accompanied by
his family, he must possess, in addi-
ion to transportation for his family
to their destination, a further sum of
$125 for every member 18 years old
or over, and $50 for each child five
year? old and under 18 years.
Washington, Dec. 6. The median
ical condition of America's fleet has
undergone little improvement since
the termination of the war and the
engineer performance of the individ individual
ual individual ships "has not been satisfactory,"
Rear Admiral Griffin, chief of the bu bureau
reau bureau of engineering says in his an annual
nual annual report just made public at the
The navy personnel, however, is
commended by the admiral for having
"successfully grappled with this sit situation
uation situation with at least no retrograde
movement." Admiral Griffin adds,
however, that the operation of the
ships with respect to their mechan
ical workings is not by any means
what is desired although it has been
better than "was reasonably to be ex
pected", under the conditions.
Admiral Griffin attributed the trou
bles of the engineering staff mainly
to an inadequacy of operating person personnel,
nel, personnel, but explains that the influx of
raw recruits coupled with the con constant
stant constant addition of new vessels to the
navy list has increased the problems.
The lack of men reacted on the en
gineering bureau in two ways, the
The number of repair jobs usually
classed as navy-yard work was great greatly
ly greatly increased due to the decreased skill
in operation while the yards were, in
addition, called upon to perform much
work which ordinarily would be ac
complished by the forces of indi-
viduel ships. The appropriations for
the upkeep of the fleet were, in many
cases, therefore, used for the per
formance of work ordinarily done by
enlisted men. The unusual demand
served to reduce funds available for
major repair work.
In addition to the extra cost caus
ed by the personnel situation, the ad admiral
miral admiral says a number of other facts
combined to increase the difficulties
with which the bureau was confront
ed. There was a large amount of up
keep work, 1 eft over from the war
time operation the report says and
with this came closely pared appro
priations in the face of increased la
bor and material costs.
The navy pay scale also has served
to reduce the number of skilled and
technical employees who were able to
obtain higher wages elsewhere. The
situation, the admiral declares, is one
which would occasion concern even
under ordinary circumstances.
Development of the navy's shore
establishment has been aided substan
tially, Admiral Griffin says, through
the cessation of work on wartime ex
tensions in the plants and the conse
quent reversion of those unused ma
terials and equipment to the general
stocks allowed by the appropriation
All of the best
Abruzzi seed rye, $4 per busheL
Rnst proof seed oats, $1X0 per busheL
Ocala Seed Store. 22-tf
Mexico's New President Besiezed by
Office Seekers and Jog
Mexico City, Dec. 6. In a tiny,
rudely-furnished office on the second
floor of a building undergoing repairs
General Alvaro Obregon, as president-elect,,
has received daily hun
dreds of men and women who came
here to plead their cause with him be
fore his inauguration. Most of them
were office seekers and claimants for
political favor and they spent long
hours waiting to tell General Obregon
in what particular way they helped
him in his ascendency and why they
should be rewarded. Their numbers
were so great that the president-elect
was at his office seven hours a day,
seven days a week and most of that
timew as consumed in a patient hear
ing cf claims.
following an arduous campaign
which culminated in his overwhelming
election last September, General Ob
regon came to Mexico City and es
tablished headquarters in the office on
Avenida Madero where his candidacy
was conducted. The office, small at
best, was divided by a cloth partition
into a private sanctum for the gen
eral and compact working quarters
f or his several secretaries
Outside there were several ante antechambers
chambers antechambers which, from 9:30 o'clock in
the morning when the president-elect
arrived for work, until 7 o'clock at
night, with a couple of hours allowed
for lunch, were crowded with people
There were numerous doors, to
pass before the inner chamber is en
tered and at each stood two guards
who questioned closely all comers
These with apparent legitimate reas reasons
ons reasons for their presence were allowed
to proceed; the others were turned
back to join the ever-present throngs
in the corridors.
General Obregon has been quoted
as saying that one of the contributing
elements to Mexico's unrest has, been
he popular belief that a successfu
political candidate must reward every
one of his supporters. He has de described
scribed described the system as pernicious be
cause, in the event that such rewards
are not forthcoming, the erstwhile
supporter becomes an enemy and
ows the seeds of dissension and trou
ble. It is his wish, it is said, to abol
ish the practice; to allow the repub-
ic's president absolute freedom in the
choice of his servants at least to the
extent that failure to reward substan
tially every man who was his booster
does not mean possible revolution
But the hundreds who gathered out-
Ide his office" daily apparently knew
nothing of this policy or if they did
they held on in the hope that excep
iens wouldbe made, because their
numbers never .diminished despite the
seven hours of conferences which the
president-elect held every day. Some
of them apparently have no other oc
cupation. By way of diversion, Gen
gave oauy concerts in wie counyaru.
LIGHTSHIP ON A CRUISE
Boston, Dec. 6. Shipping has been!.. 5., ... ...
rnrianerPTorl hv tn rJantnrlrpf Srirtn!
. . . ...
lohlchin Kamrv TrtTi oHnff i a Oil.
mile gale. It has arrived at New
TWO STATES CHASING
MISS CLARA SMITH
. (Associated Press)
Ardmore, Okla., Dec. 6.-The au
thorities of a dozen cities in Okla-
. . ...
efforts to capture Miss Clara Smith,
in connection with the fatal shooting": V a a J JaU
of Chairman Hamon of the republi-l
can state committee. I
MICHAEL'S ENEMY MADE
t A NARROW MISS
( Associated .Press)
Mount Kisco, Ky., Dec. 6. A bomb
nnrrfc tVo fc MUWl Tit,al1,
shots It a fleeing automobile. A labor
leader h3s been arrested.. :
vuk va. kuc uuusc auu ill cu ueu. 1 .
Arcade Pressing Qub on South Mag- h.C C j amim 01 Brool Brool-nolia
nolia Brool-nolia street. I am now prepared to do whof f a paper on "High Heels
aU kinds of work in this line on short
notice Ladies' work a specialty and
satisfaction guaranteed. Eight years
experience. Work caUed for. and de
iivered to any part of the city.
6-6t W. G. Pitts.
Bnv WnnaA wi 1 Krt rilnoo
for $1. IL A. Waterman, The Habex
" T'-v '"
Greeks Largely in Favor of King Con
stant ine Resuming His Seat
m on the Throne
Athens, Dec. 6. The plebiscite held
Sunday throughout Greece on the re
turn of Constantine to the thrope ap
pears to have been overwhelmingly
in favor of Constantine.
GREECE WILL LOSE HER BEST
Athens, Dec. 6. Great Britain will
extend no more financial aid to
Greece, if Constantine returns to the
throne, and the French minister is de
manding payment of outstanding
loans, according to official notes re received
ceived received here.
WILL NEVER BE MISSED
Geneva, December 6. Argentina's
amendment to the league covenant the
rejection of which caused the Argen Argentine
tine Argentine delegation to leave the assembly,
and the amendment for eliminating
article ten, were referred to the next
meeting of the assembly.
ECONOMIC ALLIANCE WITH THE
Warsaw, Dec. 6. Poland's only
salvation from the present economic
depression is a commercial agreement
with Germany, said former Minister
of Finance Grasski.
-MRS. LEROY WILLIAMS
Mrs. Leroy Williams aged 41 years
and her infant died last night at 8
o'clock. Mrs. Williams is survived by
her husband and nine children. The
death of this devoted mother and
Christian woman has cast a cloud of
sadness over the' community in which
she lived, near Early Bird. The burial
will take place. at Early Bird and the the-funeral
funeral the-funeral services will be held tomorrow
morning at 11 o'clock at St. John's
church. Pyles & Perkins of this city
have charge of the funeral arrange
' Ocala, Fla., Dec. 6th.
I most respectfully call to the at
tention of the patrons of the Ocala
pbstoffice, that during the Christmas
holidays the volume of mail is in
creased severalhundred per cent, and
every facility of the service is taxed
to. the utmost to handle this mail dur during
ing during that period. I would especially
caHVour attention to a few hints
given below, which, if followed, will
help to avoid the congestion of this
rush period and enable the mail serv service
ice service to deliver promtply and in better
condition all mail matter.
, Wrap parcels securely, using heavy
paper and good twine, but do not seal.
Address them plainly. This includes
putting your return address on the
upper left hand corner, as well as the
address on the lower right hand side.
Every parcel should contain the send-
ers name and address on a card on
. ... M
W J V- UAOAU VA bU Wit
Mail them early. Parcels may be
endorsed "Not to be opened until
Christmas day" or with similar in-
i uius ouu uLscucii vutisuuas uay,
llirnoriiriso rhav mow Ka ialai4
Robt. F. Rogers. P. M.
FISTS BETTER THAN
' FIREARMS IN FRISCO
' -(Associated Press)
Santa Rosa, Calif.. Dec. 6.- George
Boyd, accused of shooting fatally
three officers attempting to arrest
hnn in connection with recent attacks
L v .s- A ?
dangerously wounded from the offi
cers' fire. A mob of citizen fjim.
ed the jail to'obtain 'the prisoner, but
officers broke up the attack with their
fists. Two other men and a woman
were also arrested.
HITTING AT THE HIGH HEELS
"CC. O A D3n On
heels, such as never'carried
" ten Vngrim ancestress to church, ia
" mH i. T A Iesislatnre by
MAasfactusetts Osteopathic Socie-
vjr. vuuuuucemen; mat the sociaty
vould introduce a bill
I &t ltS, 80e-the manufacturer
was uiaue ai its nineteenth annual
V1U ",s associates that the
f" woman ffrage had given
ule.!Pf'ety fourage to propose a bill
- V c acrare, saie ana
ncaxfug wx ueeis more than one and
one-half faches in height.
I . visit the UXZZT.Vt
1 thin we sell is
tl ihti?9 f.w ottat.tw.
ocala Evening stab, Monday, December 6, 1920
d eala EvciMi Star
tblUhe4 Every Day Exeet Ssm7 r
STAR PUBLISHING COMPANY,
that a case of choice wine was found
in the cellar of an old house, which
had been in ruins for about eighty
years. The dispatch didn't say what
had become the wine. Maybe that
was because it was too odvious a
fact to waste telegraph tolls on.
GEORGE MacKAY & COMPANY'S
STUPENDOUS HOLIDAY SALE
It. II. Carrll. PreMemt
. V. LareBKxd Srtary-TTearr
J. II. Beajaaita. Eur
Entered at Ocala, FU-. postofflca as
Baalaea. Of Bea .......
George MacKay & Company, suc
cessors to Mclver & MacKay, need no
introduction to the citizens of Marion
county, for it is one of the oldest and
best known establishments in central
Uncle Henry Ford's paper says that J Florida. Its reputation for honesty
the history of France has been one and reliability has established for it
of continual war. We wonder why lone of the largest general supply
Uncle Henry's editor didn't read the organizations in this section.
history of other nations. France has! Beginning Thursday, this company
been' at war no more than any other! will offer Christmas shoppers one of
tig European nation and less than 1 the best opportunities that they have
........... FIt-o some of them. In 1914 France had enjoyed for years for th3 purchase of
not had -a war, except bushwhacking useful and attractive Christmas gifts
member .'Associated- PRESS in her colonies, for over forty-three at amazingly low prices. This is the
first special sale in thirty
. ; r. m fh n r tar reDUouc&tion oi
-1 1 a 13uaLi.ii;. - nai lit Luai jrcax. All luc Baltic lUUC I ycoio auu mcic niu jg a uistuuiu
" cred'tea in mis paper ana .... I .
Vh local news published herein. n.ngiana naa two reany Dig wars and irom iu to ou per cent on tne entire
H. Associated Pres. is exciusiTei j &nd did her best k from firm's
tur a es uu. wiivm aa wa wa
s credited to tl
not otherwise cred'ted In this paper
All rights or republication of special lgcveral gmaller
no ME STIC SUBSCIUPTIOIt RATES
ar. In advance f -00
months. In advance
Three months. In advance
One month, In advance ...
ones. Russia had stock of furniture rugs, stoves, glass-
two bier wars. Japan two. Turkev ware, china ware, silverware, farm
three, the United States, Spain and supplies and numerous other lines.
Italy quite a good-sized one apiece. Several days ago one of the report
l-ftOjBfetween Waterloo and Sedan, France jers of the Star was interestingly di-
ll I A J 11 V J 1
one war oi ner own. anairecieu over ine nunaings occupieu. uy
a a. Ti.i -r a i I aI r j j i i j l a xU..
ADVERTISING RATES itiuiv was vu set luuy iree. in ineituis iiriu uui was enugnieneu at cue
rtie..ivf Plate 16 centi xwr men i nmean war ane was flRwmtPri with I size oi tne snare it nrumea ana tne
f - A t- aAa) I 1 C
?fonY r cent LTditlonaL nations to check Russia
!i on m, iwi ma th mii timp pvpti fhe TTnitH
as T. A-Mtaa wat ItiaII KTUUll.l I " -.- ww
nt ner inch. tiDeci
osltlon 20 per cent additional, nates i states had two greater wars. No,
variety of stock carried. The firm s
?tock of goods covers a warehouse
space of over 40,000 square feet and
35,000 square feet of salesroom space
and it is certainly not generally
V : T . i T ... nan
basea on v-incn immmuu,. FrWa m,.. ,f Kfie onv WQ
which will be furnished upon PPllc-.hke than, other nations, and it may
HMdiiK Naticeai 6 cents per line forjtruly be said that nearly all the wars known that George MacKay & Com-
lrbUloSt0tnstrCuSn- POne UlFl engaged in from 1790 to. 1815 pany carry the largest stock of goods
7ak allowed on readers without extrw fnr.pJ nn V.or hv dhor- natinna in pentrftl Florida.
Liegai AaTeriiivinenia i ;ct inuv ucsucu iu uusu iicr spirit, ux I ""6- """
attempt to relate the bargains that
Arms rather than
the Armenians need.
it eal rates, who desired to crush her spirit of
democracy. Napoleon's wars, except
a 1 1 1 A 11 1
alms are what those waged on Spain and the last are Deing onerea at tnis saie. very-
great struggle with Russia, were body is invited to visit this store and
simply the tactics of a general, who see for themselves the line of goods
The Germans are reported to be knowing he was going to be assailed, from which Christmas gifts may be
.us ofo ttoi -.ofrtrfifvinw struck first. selected. There are quite a number
of courteous and obliging young men
a in the store who are awaiting the op-
Encouraging words regarding
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tT.; w;n Vu tha firr nreii. coming rionaa maustry were spoKen iwnuiut, d"Ju"e u anu
iU.Aaium6 t, r .. A. A, J. 7;ii u :t,nt.
. .Tr:i. i- u y Arxnur ureen. representing me 1,luctu 1" "c iuicirauuB wuchicl
aent since aiciunvy to iuuivc. - A i i. j.
Li -j :ii l. ..tm anj Tirgmm faper company, wno was m i.iU k i"i'u'MC Ui ""
Ilia luiuu win I ... . . . I rrl.- i i j i. i.L-1 xV-
lucaia last weeK. lie naa aust arrived nuge saie uues not hou iuat me
from Leesburg, where he had taken firm is going out of business, for it is (plum pudding.
If Mr. Wilson's administration
her to stay. The stock is large and
la look at the sawgrass paper enter
Inriso inaitnArt Ivtr n;iKn4 T -flit must be reduced, hence Christmas
- ... fl.'aMa MiMViVMVvu avw a iltv- a w ajvuv.ii vx I
draws up a treaty with Mexico, it is CommerciaL Mr Gren praised shoppers and economical housekeep
diamonds to doughnuts tnat tne aen- h, M wa ers have a real opportunity presented
ttt refuses to ratny it. toW pij, eu to them.
I produce enough taner for several I There will be a special sale of
The Tampa Tribune says the rail- states. The enterprise is of imnor-1 aluminum ware Thursday that house
roads are sacrificing the west coast in tance to the whole world, for while wives will find interesting. Among
order to route trams thru Jacicson- the present woodouln industrv con-1 the many articles m the store suit-
ville, and we more than tyalf believe stantly reduces the timber supply, &e for Christmas presents might be
it is right. sawgrass grows faster in southern mentioned cedar chests, smoking sets,
lakes and ponds than all the paper casseroles, Pyrex. dishes, fancy pil
lows, carving sets, electric table and
floor lamps, etc.
REA0 THE Al
hink of the presents you intend giv-
ng on that joyous occasion.
Thorne in the Kissimmee Valley mnis of the world can use it up.
Gazette, says that the wora "duv
does not butter any not discuii. e Says the Times-Union ''Short
uigut auu h wnaa ureu w"r"""' laiics, tne steaaiast mend or im-1
till they won't melt butter. provement: "Last week -the Marion
I County Fair attracted many people to
. m I
At a meeting of the assembly oi Ocala and all declared that the thir-
the; League of Nations, a Canadian teenth annual exhibit of products and
. a a jf I
presented the American view on n- industries was the best yet. The
nances and raw material witn great, lOcala Star says that the greatest
accuracy and to the confessed en- success of the fair was due to the
lightenment of the assembly. large number of community exhibits,
which naturally brought hundreds
There is one thing that the radical from different towns and villages
republicans of the North have ror- making the displays. The fair was.
gotten if they ever knew and that is however, a complete success from all And it's time you were beginning to
that except in a few localities of the points of view. One of the very best
South the whites outnumber the ne- held in the state."
groes by from three to two to two to
one. I S. M. Graham, the live wire editor
jof the Sumter County Times, and his
Why is the price of fish so high in charming wife, were in to see us Fri-
the markets in Florida when the wa- day. Sid and us were erood chums i
ters all around and about us, are full I about twenty-three years ago when'
of fish 7 Gainesville bun. we set type together on the then
That's something we have been feebly twinkling Star. The Spanish-
trying to figure out for the last dozen American war came along and the
years. Jarmy was glad to have Sid but
I wouldn't have us. He is making one
It is reported that Senator Harding 0f the best papers in the state out
may spent part of his Christmas va- 0f the Sumter County Times, and also
cation in Miami. If he wants to have made a pretty good bargain in the
real fun he should came to Ocala matrimonial market.
and have some of our unreconstruct
ed democrats take him hunting m the! The new booklet issued by the Mar
is one of the completest illustrated
That .bunch of moonshiners that I catalogues of a count v we have even
NO KIDDIES NO CHRISTMAS
Children Are Absolutely Necessary to
Keep the Yuletide and Happy
Season In Existence.
DWARD S. MARTIN, who Is
never happier than when
writing about children, bad
a characteristic article in
the Metropolitan Magazine
entitled "Christmas and Children." In
the course of Its lines Mr. Martin In Introduces
troduces Introduces a suggestion that Is extreme extremely
ly extremely unpleasant, but he clears It away de delightfully.
lightfully. delightfully. He says:
"Consider, If 'there were to be a
lapse of new babies for even so short
a time as ten years, Santa Clans would
fade out of active existence and be become
come become a mere tradition to be read
about In books. A failure of the
Infant crop for fifteen years would
result In the decay cf the habit of
hanging up stockings, and only an antiquarians
tiquarians antiquarians would any longer take the
trouble to have Christmas trees. Of
course, In such an unthinkable con contingency
tingency contingency as, that our world would be In
such a desperate' state of dejection
that it would have no fun, though It
would go through the motions of ex existence
istence existence from habit. But the kind of
Christmas keeping we are used to
would be knocked on the head. That
lasts simply and solely because there
are children. The people who have
the children maintain the current
Christmas practices for their chil children's
dren's children's sake, the older children1 main maintain
tain maintain them for their own sake, and the
folks who have no children keep them
up for old times' sake and because It
Is the custom of the country.
44 What an intolerable suggestion that
is, of there being no ehlldren to be had
under fifteen years old; no babies to
blink and coo at the Christmas tree
candles; no five-year-olds to come
downstairs in their nightgowns after
their stockings; no seven-year-olds to
wake up everyone In the house hours
before breakfast; no ten-year-olds t
6it at the Christmas board and be
warned against over-indulgence In
No consuming Interest
In dolls and no market for them; no
laborious searching of the toy shops,
and harassing Indecision whether to
get the same old toys or the new enes ;
no active concern about Jack knives
and sleds and roller skates. No hav having
ing having In but it" is much too awful to
go on about. Let us be devoutly thank thankful
ful thankful that it Is only an awful Idea with without
out without basis ; that there are lots and lots
of children In commission, of all kinds
and ages, and myriads more coming,
whatever croaks there may be about
:- ' a
At present the best sight in town is the Handsome
Stock of Holiday Goods, found at
got the worst of it in a battle with seen:
government agents in Bell county, lit is
Ky last week are probably some of keeping as a memento of one of the
tWose poorv persecuted people who grandest counties and cities in the
the Times-Union tummyakes about state. Tamna Tribune.
When ljouis unazai read this, a
beautiful peach blow blush spread
over his face.
Our line of Jewelry consists of eve
rything from a small inexpensive
Stick Pin to a Gold Watch or a Dia-
i Wr,T,. nnai t. t roio mohd Ring. Many new novelties to
Ion County Board of Trade of Ocala cW f if vn n Arl
1 ChnrloQ Rmith
In addition to' its completeness a-w- w,U(,li
m I am V A TIT 1
a worK oi art and well worth I hfi ftWft er &l WntonmaKer
West Side Courthouse Square
for breaking the laws.
If the United States entered the
league of nations the people would
not be taxed to build dreadnaughts,
hig guns or submarines, nor keep up
great army. The two nations which
today block universal disarmament
are Russia and America.
Seeing that the United States con controls
trols controls 66 per cent of the world's oil
production and also has first claim on
Mexico, Secretary Colby's recent note
to Britain about oil in Mesopotamia
looks more like obeying the orders
of Standard Oil than the call of patriotism.
And now the Greeks preparing to
welcome their pro-German king are
surprised and grieved to find that
France and Britain, which nations he
did so much to injure, are not willing
to continue to supply them with re resources
sources resources that would enable them to
rapport a king in style.
Some person called' the Star over
the phone to ask if the commission of
100 investigating Irish affairs was an
official body and some other jierson
butted in before we could answer. For
the information of all we will say
said committee is officious but not of official.
Harding, in his first remarks after
coming home, forecasts a national
unity that will cause the people of
the South to regard the Confederacy
as only a memory. We hope he will
tick to that About all the south
requires of him is he keep -federal
offices filled with white memC v
C. Cecil Bryeniti
Accounting and Auditing
I PHONE 332
Plum Pudding of Other Days.
A great deal -has been said, written
and sung about the plum pudding of
old England, but centuries ago it had a
formidable rival for epicurean favor
known as plum-pottage or porridge.
It consisted of beef or mutton made
into a broth, thickened with brown
bread, which was then thoroughly
boiled after raisins, currants, prunes,
cloves, mace and ginger had been add added.
ed. added. This dish is now entirely obsolete,
though "Poor Richard's Almanac"
mentions it as late as 1750, and a Mrs.
Frazer, who published a cook-book In
Edinburgh in 1791, announcing her herself
self herself on Its title page as the only teach teacher
er teacher of the great art of cookery in that
city, gives a recipe for making it,
while Brand, the popular antiquary,
tells how he partook of it at a Christ Christmas
mas Christmas dinner in the mansion of an old
English gentleman in 1801, but it has
long since been wholly supplemented
by plum pudding. The origin of the
latter Is .veiled Into obscurity. The
earliest cook-book which makes any
reference to it is the one by Mrs.
Frazer already referred to as contain containing
ing containing a recipe for plum pottage.
Our attractive Holiday Display awaits
v your inspection and we are waiting
to show you our Holiday line.
You will trade with us simply because
you can't duplicate the goods or the prices.
Charming Gifts and plenty of them,
ready and waiting for you
to select from.
Price Sale coi&ttfiianes SMutiM JammisiFy :
Cut Prices on
ALL STAPLE (G00BS-
Men, women and Children's
Blouses, Coat Sijits and
Skirts; Hats and Shoes.
nothing so distinctive, to last lasting
ing lasting and so sure to be appre appreciated.
ciated. appreciated. We know scores of
men in this city who would be
overjoyed at Christmas if they
received someone's photograph.
THE BLAKE STUDIO
S sy QVeuseCklms
j,, ay n,n.(T,
m -f iap
l1 s Dim vision, arisin? from
a number ox causes, gen-
erallv vields immediatelv
See to the influence of skil skil-.wevV
.wevV skil-.wevV fuUy fitted glasses.
DR. K. J. WEIHE,"
Optometrist and Optician
Christmas Eve in the Home
HBISTMAS EVE In the
. hTme is always a jovial
event, or should be. The father
has closed his ledger with a
"Thank God" that there Is now
and then a respite from toll,
from the perplexities and cares
of everyday life, an oasis in the
desert of the year, and yields
himself for the time to the
pleasure of creating new Joys
for the loved ones at the home
fireside. The mother's heart
overflows with love and thank thankfulness
fulness thankfulness as she watches the Inno Innocent
cent Innocent and enthusiastic glee of
her little ones over their Christ Christmas
mas Christmas gifts. And as for the chil children
dren children themselves, what eternity
of time could compensate them
for the los3 of one Christmas
Ladies' Fall and Win Winter
ter Winter Suits and one-
Displaying all the lat-
est shades of Poplins,
1 Serges, Silks and Tric-
x otines. - -
I; :"' j 'I Ml
E P. ttlT PFl.
PYLES & PERKINS
Fnaeral Directors & Embalmers
PARLORS OPPOSITE POSTpFFICE
Two Hearses. Grey Hearse for White
Phones 555 and 225. Open All Night.
; OCALA; FLORIDA
Come at once to get your bulbs
Our Toy Shop is now open. Walking
dolls and talking books. THE BOOK
If it is service ycu are after and
the choicest meats and fancy groc groc-eiies,
eiies, groc-eiies, just phone 243, Cook's Market
end Grocery. l-10t
remaps the world may yet jet
back to pre-war conditions. An actress
announces she has just been robbed
of her diamonds.
Silks are coming down in price and
there, is growing uneasiness lest tftk
be used as an adulterant of these Llgn
priced cotton goods.
A most grievous mistake cad be
made at this time by asking a man
in overalls if he would like the job
of beating your rugs.
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GARAGE ALWAYS OPEN DAY AND NIGHT
I MURPHY MOTOR COMPANY
Read the "Ads." You Will Find Many Bargain
Raising the Family-
Does Gideon not feet more cheerful? Oh yest
CuL git soPvaxe 1
) TO COMfc f
( NPk COMPOS fvNQ CUE&Q, J
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OCALA. EVENING STAB, MONDAY, DECEMBER 6, 1928
Sugar, per lb. .............11c
Best Head Rice, per lb 12c
Nine pounds for ........ ;$1,00
Best Blue Rose Rice, per lb. 10c
Eleven pounds for ...... .$1.00
P. & Gi and Octagon Soap, three
. cakes for 25c
Cleaneasy Soap 4 cakes for. 25c
Pearline, Grandma, Lighthouse
and Octagon Wash Pwdr..5c
Seafoam Wash Powder 4 for. 25c
Argo Starch three for. .....25c
Jello Ice Cream Powder, fine for
-'.pudding, two for 25c
Three cans No. 2 size Premier
Peas for .. $1.00
Three cans No. 2 size Premier
Corn for ......... .......85c
Reddick Peanut Butter lb. .30c
Lard Compound per lb....l7c
All other Groceries us Low as Gccd QssIiSy
and Foil WeifiSil will sllon.
retire oi Jlle f femes
By Rev. Mable Qucni Stevens
At MefMdist Church EscMdk
, ; 7:30 Monday Evening, December .6tb
Suciect; "The Little Red Rose
She is a woman of remarkable versatility and most persuasive elo
quence. She has a most intimate know
tion of Scriptural 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 the
to everything relating to religion, 1
be inspired by her utterances.
Carolyn B. Elliott, writing in the
Birmingham Age-Herald. of Mrs. Ma Ma-""bel
""bel Ma-""bel Quam Stevens, says:
"Regardless of the fact that Mrs.
Stevens has been recognized as one
rof the great speakers at Ocean Grove
by an audience of 10,000 people; re re-gardjess
gardjess re-gardjess that she was the first woman
ever received on the platform of Tent
Evangel in New York City; that she
has been on the programmes with
iscme of America's most famous lec lecturers,
turers, lecturers, she is entirely unspoiled. Her
.work. during the summers, on the
:1;he chautauqua platform, is that of an
- expositor of the Bible, a lecturer on
' Hebrew, literature."
Rev. Mabel Quam Stevens Has Devoted Her Life to Bible Research, Travel
C 1 in Palestine, the Chautauqua Platform and Bible Teaching
ADMISSION 25 CENTS.
FOR SALE, TWOJW LINE
Sanders six-disc plow, two Kirstin
Stump Pullers, two Martin Ditchers,
light train track,, complete Syrup Mill
Outfit and other equipment. For par
ticulars write J. D. Shiskin, Box 1445,
All of the best books of the day for every everyone.
one. everyone. Zane Grey, Boys Books, Books for
Girls, the Chatterbox, Oz Books, Uncle Re Remus,
mus, Remus, Raggedy Ann, Bubble Books, Christ Christmas
mas Christmas Stories, Bed Time Stories,. Riley's and
other Poems. .-
Beautiful Boxes for Christmas.
Correspondence Cards and Box Papers in
all sizes and colors.
This line covers many new and beautiful
things for Christmas, in Jewelry, Silver
Goods, Cut Glass, China, Brass Goods,
Leather Goods, Ivory Pyralin, Books, Sta Stationery,
tionery, Stationery, Fountain Pens, Book Racks, Book
Ends, Waste Baskets, Fancy Baskets, Photo
Most beautifulline we have ever carried.
Pure lard in bulk and in three
and five-pound buckets.
Breakfast Bacon in pieces, 2 to
3 lbs., per lb. ....... ..37c
White Bacon, per lb. .. 24c
By the side ..V.. ....... ...23c
Four-lb. Buckets .......... $1.20
Eight-lb. Buckets ....... .$2.20
Maxwell House Coffee lb . 42c
Klim, 1-lb. size ... . . . ,95c
Klim, 2-lb size. . .$1.90
Klim, 5-lb. size $3X0
Meal and Grits. 6 lbs..... 25c
Fresh eggs always on hand.
Our eggs are guarantted.
Henry Clay Flour
Pillsbury and Gold Medal
New Syrup in pints, quarts,
two quarts and in bulk.
Bud" of the Cecil c! Sclsson
ledge of the Bible and her exposi
Bible or have become utterly indifferent
believe that her auditors would all
Very sincerely yours,
JAMES E. WATSON.
"My visits to the Holy Land have
always been made as a Bible student,
not as a missionary, Mrs. Stevens
told me, "because I wanted to enter
into their social life and gain the
viewpoint as nearly as possible of the
Many times Mrs. Stevens has visit visited
ed visited every historic place in Palestine
and Egypt. From these experiences
she has been enabled to give to the
public wonderful pageans on the Bible,
with from sixty to 150 stage partici participants,
pants, participants, and in this manner in chautau chautauqua
qua chautauqua work she often illustrates her
CHILDREN IS CENTS.
PRACTICAL CARPENTER AND
CareJul estimates made on all con contract
tract contract work. Gives more aad better
work fee the money than any other
contractor in tha city.
M H MM
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A Cbistmas Romance
By Viziy Gratia Bcucer
V r. retf r ret ret f f i m1 1 t 1 1 t r r
(, 1929, Watrn Newspaper Union.)
ABJOBIE was the nr3t girl
every boy called on when
he got home for the
Christmas holidays. Yes,
every boy who had gone
away .to school or to col college
lege college always came to Mar Mar-jorle's
jorle's Mar-jorle's house first when
the Christmas holidays be
gan, though there were
exceptions, of course.
Many pf them, coming home at the
same time, on the same train, would
agree to call together.
Then they would have a good time,
singing, talking, laughing. Marjorie
was such a good sort. The whole
"bunch" liked her.
She played the piano well for danc
ing and had the kind of voice which
made others want to gather around
the piano and Join .In the chorus.
In truth, without Marjorie the
bunch would have been oftentimes
very lonely, very restless and wretched.
Marjorie danced well, too, and if one
wanted a girl to come up to a prom or
a class dance Marjorie would always
fit In anywhere. Then, too, she
wouldn't be mad If a fellow asked an another
other another girt.
Marjorie was an exceptional glrL
Marjorie wasn't jealous of any of
them. She seemed to regard them as
they regarded her good sorts as she
was a good sort. They passed the time
for her merrily as she did for them.
They were Jolly good companions as
she was a Jolly good companion.
So it went on. And another Christ Christmastime
mastime Christmastime came along and Marjorie's
house was the center of the gayety.
It was the night before Christmas.
The "bunch' were taking around their
Christmas presents. They were going
to call on Marjorie last because then
they would stay there for a while.
They all had presents for Marjorie,
typical presents from members of a
"bunch" to a friend of the "bunch."
There were several boxes of candy
(which the "bunch" would help eat),
and there were some books, which per perhaps
haps perhaps some of the. "bunch" later would
borrow and read.
One of the "bunch" has gone to Mar Marjorie's
jorie's Marjorie's "earlier that evening, and had
Without Marjorie the "Bunch" Would
Have Been Very Lonely.
taken with him a present which could
neither be divided and eaten, nor bor borrowed
rowed borrowed and read.
Soon, soon he was going to give It
to her, and soon, soon he. hoped to see
her wear it.
"Marjorie, he began, "the other fel
lows all like you, of course, but you
know I've been feeling for some time
Pj fTM-gnH-ir about things. And
Wrist Watches, Cameos, Neck Chains,
Pearl Beads, Brooches, Bar Pin3, Cuff Pins,
Vest Chains, etc.
Knives, Forks, Spoons, Ladle3, Lemon and
Mayonnaise Dishes, Sandwich Trays, Sugar
and Cream Sets, Children's Cups and Sets.
Everything for the Table, from
Forks and Spoons to Tea Sets.
Water Sets, Bowls, Vases, Celery
and a large variety of small pieces.
Pocket Books. Card Cases, Writing Pads,
Calendars, Desk Sets, Hand Bags, Photo
before 'I webf Baek to cotit?ge again i
thought perhaps you know I thought
Christmas eve would be such a nice
time to look back upon when we had
grandchildren as our engage
The front door, burst open after a
quick and vigorous knocking, and the
'bunch came in.
"What I You here, Jim! Stole a
innrt-h on us. eh?
They gave their presents to Marjo Marjorie.
rie. Marjorie. Then they asked her to play the
piano. Then they sang. Nervously
Jim looked at his watch. It was al almost
most almost Christmas day and he so much
wanted to be able to look back on
Christmas eve as the time of his en engagement,
gagement, engagement, and somehow he had fan fancied
cied fancied Marjorie looked upon him a
little more affectionately than upon
the rpst. Finally he could bear it no
"1 say. fellows," he began, "It seems
;to me'that as long as the bunch wants
to hanc around the best friend the
hunch' ever had and won't give any
one fellow any more chance than an another
other another I'll Just have to do my proposing
before the whole 'bunch.'
"T've got a little ring here Td like
-Marjorie to wear, and while I always
want to be one of the 'bunch' and she
always wants to be a friend of the
bunch. I know, Td like to have her
regard me as more than Just a friend I"
"And I'd like to be more than a
friend to one of the bunch, n Marjorie
"Congratulations I" shouted the
"bunch." "And Merry Christmas and
lots of them!"
"But tohlnk," one of the "bunch"
said to the rest afterward, "that one
of us was able to put It over' on the
jest of ns and Marjorie. tool"
And the hext day. which was Christ Christmas,
mas, Christmas, the "bunch" all came around to
see one of the "bunch" kiss the "friend
of the hnnrh" undor the mistletoe.
which fjivorvvn-i grnntM the "bunch"
JACOB'S SUPERB CANDIES in
holiday boxes. Prices from 5c. to $25.
Anti-Monopoly Drug Store, exclusive
Mayville Special Tax
Notice is hereby given that an elec election
tion election will be held in the Mayville spec special
ial special tax school district on
Thursday, December 16th, 1920,
for the purpose of abolishing the May-
Iville special tax school district.
Qualified voters at said elction are
all qualified voters who live in the
territory of the Mayville special tax
school district, and pay a tax on real
or personal property.
The following named persons are
appointed inspectors and clerk of said
Leon Simpson, W. B. Coggins, C.
R. Waterman, inspectors, and C.
By order of the Board of Public In Instruction
struction Instruction this the 3rd day of Novem November,
ber, November, 1920. W. T. Gary,
W. D. Carn, Chairman.
a. e: gerig
WM. A. TINSMAN
ALL WORK GUARANTEED
Estimates Furnished Free
'Phone No. 526, 215 W. 5th St., Ocala I
The VOLLAND LINE and an endless
variety of others at all prices.
to Ocala, and
9 Ocala, Florida
USE OF CHRISTMAS STOCKING
Good St. Nicholas, Saint of Fourth
Century of Christian Era,
Founder of Custom.
HRISTMAS stockings have
come down to us from the
good St. Nicholas, who was
a saint or the fourth cen-
tury of the Christian era
and was born December 6, 342, in!,.
Lyda, Asia Minor. He was regarded
as especially the patron saint of chll-
dren, young girls and sailors. The
Christmas stocking custom arose as
It seems that St Nicholas, who was
the archbishop of Myra, lived In the teamster, and at every fight he bor bor-same
same bor-same town with an Impoverished no- rowed a rifle and showed up on the
bleman who because he had no por- firing line He made so much trouble
uons to give his daughters, ana inaeea
no means with which to support them, L
was auuui 10 sea uiem into a me oi
sin. St Nicholas, who was accu3.
tomed to dispense his large fortune In
gifts of charity, resolved to rescue the
young women. As he approadhed.
their house wondering how he should J
proceed, the moon shone out and dis-
played an open window. Instantly St
Mcholas threw a purse of-gold In at
the window which, railing at the feet
or me lamer ox uie giris, enaoiea mm
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purse of gold through an open window,
thus providing for the portion of the
second daughter. On the third visit
the father, watching for his benefac-
tor, cast himself at the feet of the
saint and cried:
Oh, St Nicholas, servant of God.
why seek to hide thyself?" I
this habit of bestowing gifts In secret
and under the cloak of nijrht arose the
practice of putting out shoes or stock-
ings for the younger members of the
famlly, so that the good saint would
be able to fill them without being spied
on. At one time It was the custom
for young women pupils In convents
of the apartment of the abbess. They
would also write notes calling the
attention of the good St Nicholas particularly good long-range rifle, ine lasnion snow, wnere tne.inrui
to their stockings. In the morning which be used all day with most de- idea was materialized in the made made-when
when made-when the convent pupils who had not structive effect But late in the aft- over nats ani gowns worn. It was
gone home for the holidays arose they ernoon he was badly wounded and a marvel to see the ingenuity and art
invanaDiy. rouna xneir siocKings nueu
i t carry
orr clotkixw) w will Mod you
mm for trial Pftrttg filil
rrato BrcxSKicrASSioif pmniiiiis
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VOW I t
Framed and unfrarned suitable for gifts
and for the holidays.
$25.00, $35.00, $75.00, $125.00. $150.00,
$225.00 and some special Holiday Records.
Walking Dolls, Talking Books
Ann. Unquestionably the
and best selection ever brought
at the right prices.
JOHN BURNS OF GETTYSBURG
How Confederate Soldiers Treated an
The story of John Burns of Gettys-
burg is worth telling again. He was
an old soldier of the war of 1812
hnm in i7Qa of Twiir,H-nn M J a-nA
Lcns nupt, 7ft VPflr nM in 1Rfio He
v j v- ,
. T,Wo .T m
m the wfr of 181? and ,the Mex"
lcan w ana promptly voiunteerea
or service when the civil war broke
lout. He was rejected on account of
his age, but managed to get in as a
j. wav that he was finalv sent
hig home at Gettysburg p by
. , ., ,
foe; and hefe the town people made
mm a constable. When lee s scouts
approached Gettysburg in June, 1863,
John Burns went out with a party of
volunteers to fight them, but the
party was turned back by the Union
cavalry. Finally, into the town, on
june 20, came General Early and his
Confederate troops; and here was
John BuTnSf &s constable, in the mid-
the street, ordering them off in
of the law! The Confed-
erates locked him up for asserting his
authority in opposition to that of
their provost guards. But they went
on to York, and out came Burns and
began to arrest Confederate strag-
Llers inplndinp- a.rhnnlin Rpv. Mr.
(-win. who HisnntrW. Rut as
, .. .n u
army had the language of history,
"relieved the veteran from his self-
imposed duty of facing the Army of
Northern Virginia single handed,"
old John Burns got a gun from a
WOunded Union soldier and went to
the f t whprA fhp w,-!
Seventh wisconsin regiment accepted
his services. The old man proved so
o skilful a sharpshooter that the
colonel of the regiment sent him a
tt,a rirnoni. TOOO fnr.aA
Lu t.i. t i. j v
t-'iu uumi uux iia was capiureu oy me
Confederates. Did they stand him, a
fighting civilian, up against a tree and
shoot him, a la Hun? Not at all. They
let him go to his own house, where
his wounds were dressed by a Con-
federate surgeon; and there he was
left when the Confederate tide swept
back and left the town and country
once more in Union hands. John
Burns was one of the local heroes
when Lincoln came to Gettysburg for
the dedication of the monument, as
T. H. B. notes, but he took to wan
dering about the country and was
picked up in New York in 1871, in a
state institution, and very ill. He
was sent home to Gettysburg, and
died soon after of pneumonia, at the
age of seventy-eight
Have your mirrors re-silvered. All
vork called for, delivered and guar
anteed. Ocala Mirror and Plating
works, Yonge block, Fort King
avenue, phone 604. 9-tf
Conner, Dec. 2.- Emmett Griggs,
A. Long and son, Davis Long and J.
R. Peebles of Oviedo were visiting
relatives in the vicinity this week.
Mrs. J. M. Mock and son and Mr. 1
and Mrs. Buford Fletcher of Electra,
were guests of T. B. Griggs and fam
Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Sims, accom
panied by Miss Lidie Cordrey
ior the week-end, coming over from
Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Waterman and
little daughter of Ocala, were visit visiting
ing visiting friends here last Sunday.
Born, to Mr. and Mrs. Charles
Mills of Perine, on Nov. 24th, a fine
boy. Grandfather and Grandmother
i Manning are receiving congratula
Mrs. J. N. Stevens was in Ocala
E. O. Powell and W. H. Garrettson
went to Ocala Tuesday on business
Friends of Mrs. Lem Wilson are
pleased to see her out again after
December and Christmas Victor re
cords at The BOOK SHOP. 2-3t
Iced Maple Goodies 45 cents a pound
at Bitting & Co. 26t
NOTICE, WOODMEN CIRCLE
T:--4.: r IT. nnn m i
ircie, win meet in regular session
Tuesday, Dec. 7th, at 7:30 p. m.
members are urged to be nresent.
Election of officers and other impor
tant business.. Be there to ftiS:::Z
part. Corrie Baker, Guardian.
Rylla B. Adams, Clerk.
BUY CHRIST3IAS SEALS ONE
CENT EACH, $1 PER HUNDRED
haps one million inactive cases
will become active cases unless neces necessary
sary necessary precautions are taken. Every
seal unsold helps tuberculosis. ,;
MEETING OF WOMAN'S CLUB
After the committee reports and a
pretty violin solo, a medley of the
familiar airs by Miss Lyndal Math Mathews,
ews, Mathews, the feature of the afternoon was
the reports of Mrs. H. C. Dozier and
Mrs. C. R. Tydings, delegates to the
late state federation meeting at Talla Tallahassee.
hassee. Tallahassee. In a delightfall informal
but most interesting manner, Mrs.
Tydings gave ai verbal report of the
convention. Perhaps of most interest
to Ocalans was her description of a
talk by Dr. McClane, formerly one of
our fellow townsmen, telling of the
marvelous improvemnts in the reform
school since he has been in charge.
There are about 400 boy3 in his cus cus-today,
today, cus-today, some as young as eight years
old. The youngest of these he hopes,
to place in good homes, as it seems
criminal for such tiny tots to be plac placed
ed placed in this institution. All the shoes
worn by the boys are made in a tan tannery
nery tannery on the place. All the boys are
required to work one day and go to"
school the next, alternately. There is
a dairy, farming and many other
useful occupations. The -hospital is
being built by the boys themselves.
They are accustomed to bathing regu
larly and have clean beds to sleep in.
There is an orchestra and many other
forms of profitable enjoyment. Dur-
ing the time that Dr. McClane has
been there only five boys have run
away and three of them were negroes.
While in Tallahassee Mrs. Tydings
cften saw Dr. and Mrs. Bunvan Stenh-
ens, who wished to be remembered to
all of tlisir ncak.fri. TT ic in
which is a very handsome edifice. It
was there that all the meetings of the
ieaeration were held, lie and his wile
are both very popular and like Talla-
hassee' very much, but they still think
tnat there is no place in the world
Mrs. Tydings gave as the outstand-
S subjects of the convention, educa-
tion, thrift and Americanization, and
she was very much impressed with
disnlaved in-the modish "creations."
Afr. TiMi' ttt An xrith th
social courtesies extended the officers,
delegates and visitors of the federa-
tion. She told of the opening recep-
tion, the delightful drive over the
Clty of hills, a beautiful tea given by
Mrs. Catts at the executive mansion
and many other pleasures enjoyed.
otn ladies urged every member oi
the club to attend if possible the next
meeting of the federation, to be held
the coming year in Gainesville.
Meet me at the American Cife,
Union Station, Ocala, for a regular
dinner family style. Best dinne? in
the state for 75c Eat and drink all
you want. Time for dinner 11 a. ni. to
2:30 p. m. 17-tf
Geo. MacKayS C
Two Licensed Embalmera
Motor. Funeral Cars
Private Morgue and Chapel
Day Phone 47"
' Night Phones 305 and 431
C. V. Roberts, Blanager
LARGE LUE GIM GONG
Will Deliver and Plant for
The Large Trees. (
WARTMANN NURSERY CO
ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE
OF TRAINS IN OCALA
I Seaboard Air Line
Arrive from Jacksonville.. 2:10a.rn.
Leave for Tampa 2:15 a. m.
a Amve from Jacksonville.. I.ZJ p.ra.
I Leave' for Tampa ...1:55 p.m.
I T,,v.nm;na 5-r;i
Leave for Tampa......... 4:05 p.m.
- Arrive from Tampa....... 2:14a.m.
Leave for Jacksomviile. . 2:15 a. in.
Arrive irom lunps...,,.. i.:oop.ra.
Arrive from Tampa 4:16 n'm.
Leave for Jacksonville.... 4:17p.m.
Arrive from N ew York .... 1 :34 a. m.
Ii)r bh.ielswl8" lHlm'
Arrive irom ou jreier5Burg 2:00 a.m.
All Leave for St. Petersbursr.. 2:32 a.m.
I Arrive from Jacksonville.. 3:.U
- 1 Leave for St. Petersburg. 3:35 p.m.
Arrive from fat. Petersburg 2:25 a.m.
Leave for Jacksonville .... 2:27a.m.
Arrive from St. Petersburg 1;2?5
x2r Jacksonville 1:45 p.m.
Arrive from Homosassa 1 ?l n n.
Every one you Leave for Homosassa 3:25 p.m.
buv helns to AtP'Y from Gainesville,
buy helps to except Sunday.... 11;E3 a, m.
fight tubercu- Leave for Gainesville, daily
losis.' One mil- except Sunday ........ .4: 45 p ta.
lion persons Leave for Lakeland Tues-
are ;affficUd A
with a c ti v e day, Thursday, Saturday 11 :C3 p. m.
tuberculosis. Leave for WTilcox, Monday,
There are per- Wednesday and Friday. 7:10 a. n.
Just arrived, a select line of the
GENUINE PARISIAN IVORY in
Manure 1 Sets,
Con:! s sni
OCALA EVENING STAR, MONDAY, DECEMBER 6, 1920
In Judge Smith's office this morn
ing:, tne judge omciating, miss uaia
Mae Higginbotham of Jacksonville
was married to Mr. Daniel C. Lindsay
If you have any
phone to five-one.
society Items, of jCren Cove Springs.
Bubble books at The Book Shop. 2-3t
Christmas is only three
You should shop early white ur lm Mrs. Sue Mclver concluded a pleas
Is complete. Neckwear, KtavtMitnt visit in the city last night at the
handkerchiefs, initial WlU, lUrhcme of Mrs. F. G. B. Weihe, and ac
etc. Come around and talk with us, I com pan ted Dr. and Mrs. J. L. Davis
we have the goods. H. A Waterman, ha their home at Irvine.
Ihe Haberdasher. 84t
isoys maionaw coats a.bv; rain
New edition of The htminolos of coats $5 and $6.50. H. A. Waterman,
Florida at THE BOOK SHOP. 2-3t The Haberdasher. 3-3t
Mrs. W. I. Evans left Saturday aft
ernoon for her home at Fort Lauder
dale, after an extended stay in the
city a guest at the home her mother,
Mrs. S. A. Standley. Mr. Evans met
hi 3 wife in Jacksonville and accom accompanied
panied accompanied her home.
Always as your grocer for federal I The dance Friday evening to be
Bread, and insist upon getting it. J given by the members of the Eight
YouH always find it fresh and crisp. O'clock Dancing Club at the Woman's
Club is being looked forward to as the
Limited quantity of Plymouth Rock largest social function of the week.
eggs for hatching. Phone 304. R. N.
Dosh. 4-2 I Come at once to get your bulbs
trumpet and white narcissus, crocvs
' Dr. C. F.. Curry or Dunnellon spent hyancinths, tulips and muscari. The
yesterday in the city, the guest of Court Pharmacy. Phone 284. 2-6t
Miss Lesley Stroud expects to leave
Abruzzi seed rye, 54 per bushel. I tomorrow for a visit to her grand
Rust proof seed oats, $1.60 per bushel mother, Mrs. J. C. Jackson, in Miami
Ocala fceed btore. She will be accompanied by her
grandpop and her auntjliss Margaret
The Christmas store is THE BOOK
Mr. Roger Dodd. manager of the
Commercial Bank, left today for Tal
lahassee to attend the Methodist con-
erence. Mr. Dodd is treasurer of the i
centenary movement of the Methodist
church and will make his report, He
will return home next Monday.
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.
We are closing
from $10.75 up.
our overcoats out
H. A. Waterman,
Work of remodeling the east wing
of the Ocala House into, apartments
is progressing nicely. The first lease
made on the apartments has been to
Mr. and Mrs. Max Israelson, who ex
pect to be in their new home by Jan Jan-tary
tary Jan-tary 15th.
After a brief visit to his brother,! Jackson.
Mr. J. M. Thomas of this city, Mr. H.
H. Thomas left this morning for his a beautiful line of leather eoods at
heme in Charlotte, N. C. THE BOOK SHOP. 2-3t
Mrs. A. M. Perry, who has been the
guest of her daughter, Mrs. R. N.
Dosh, and family for several weeks
-ttfspects to, leave tomorrow for Miami,
where she will be for the winter with
daughters. Misses Emma and
When you buy fish from us they are! Rev. and Mrs. C. W. White, accom
dressed ready for cooking. Oyster. panied by Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Clyatt
and shrimp. City FISH Market, No. L ... . v.
9 Fort King avenue. 27-tf w11 Ieave m the morning m the for
mer s car lor rananassee to attena
Sidney Perry, who are now making
their home in that city.
Messrs. J. P. Phillips and L. W. Du Duval
val Duval will leave tomorrow for Talla Tallahassee
hassee Tallahassee to attend the annual state con conference
ference conference of the Methodists.
the annual conference of the Florida
Cranberries 18 cents a pound, two
pounds for 35 eents. W. A. Stroud, tf
Don't fail to visit the Guarantee
Clothing & Shoe Company. Every
thing we sell is guaranteed.
One would not expect any great
WeTe I success fishing these cool days, yet
ighting for QUALITY not prices, tf Mr. J. W. Pearson. Mr. Frank Drake
and Mr. Mitchell while fishing in the
Messrs. C. V. Roberts and Barney! river Saturday landed thirty nice
Spencer, on Dec. 24 next, will sever mck bass
their connection with the firm of
George MacKay & Company.
Great reduction in prices on men's
suits; now selling from $20 up. Every
one new and up to date. H. A. Water
man, The Haberdasher.
Cocoa Bonbons, 40 cents a pound at
Bitting & Co. 26t
The Harrington hotel is doing the
best business it has ever done at this
3-3tt)me of the year and there is booking
enough ahead to insure almost every
Missea Callie Gissendaner and Ethel room being filled every day for the
Horne of Ocala were among the visit- remainder 0f the season.
ing girls attending the K. A. dance
Friday evening. Gainesville Sun.
It's an easy name to remember
Federal always ask for Federal if
you want the best bread to be had. 6t
Insist upon having Federal Bread.
It's the best. 23-6t
There will be a meeting of the Bus Business
iness Business Women's Club in their rooms to-
momtw mclit a.t 8 oVloclc and all the
Dr. and Mrs. E. G. Lindner, babyL,tt,u. k
and nurse have returned home from matters of vitai importance to the
aavannan, wnere tne lormer, aiiencea club are to be discussed.
a convention of the Seaboard's phy
Chocolate Pralines 40 cents a pound
x mix! fi n ex.
ttrrrr Ptrnn a
Air. ana juts, otepnen jeweit ana
c; xa two lovely daughters of Savannah
ii. -i j ir t t late expetced in the city about the
of the city a few days ago, Mr. J. R.LKf. i", tu ruricL-a uim,
Martin has done some excellent work! Al , n, :
dr. and Mrs. B. A. Weathers.
and is already getting the streets in
. 1 It
We are cloainir out shirts at ereat- 0 a once to Cel yur duids
lv reduced nrices. One of these trumpet ana wnite narcissus, crocus
a I hyancinths, tulips and muscari. The
Waterman. The Haberdasher. S3t Pharmacy. Phone 284.
Mr. and Mrs. B. L. Hooks of Butler,
Ta., have arrived in the city to spend
the winter at the home of their son-in-law
and daughter, Mr. and Mrs.
Our bums nave arrived narcissus,
hyacinths a nd tulips. Get yours at
once. Court Pharmacy. l-t
After a six weeks' visit in the city
as the guest of Mr. and Mrs. F. G. B.
Weihe, Mr. James Leslie left today
for Bushnell, where he will be fox an
Have your 'mirrors re-silvered. All
work called for, delivered and guar guaranteed.
anteed. guaranteed. Ocala Mirror and Plating
Works, Yonge block. Fort King
Venue, phone 604. 9-tt
Misses Callie Gissendaner, Ethel
Home and Mr. James Taylor attended
the K. A. dance in Gainesville Satur Saturday,
day, Saturday, evening. The trip was made in
Mr. Taylor's car.
Come at once to get your bulbs
trumpet and white narcissus, crocus,
hyancinths, tulips and muscari. The
Court Pharmacy. Phone 284. 2-6t
Mr. and Mrs. S. S. Savage Jr. and
Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Yonce expetc to
leave Wednesday morning for a trip
down the east coast, with Miami as
Mrs. B. F. Hampton of Gainesville
arrived in the city Saturday afternoon
and was the guest until this morning
of Mrs. J. W. Dumas, when she left
for her home accompanied by Mrs
Dumas, who will be her guest for a
6 young man who practiced, medicine
In a rural district became famous and
was called in consultation in many
towns and cities because of his suc
cess in the treatment of disease. This
vas Dr. Pierce who afterward moved
to Bulfalo, N. Y. He made up Lis
luind to place some of his medicines
tilore the fctiblic, and he put up
nhzt he called his "uavonte rre rre-Ecription,"
Ecription," rre-Ecription," and placed it with the
druggists in every state in the Union.
cur in ty ycur wi aw mmura
Prescription has Bold more largely
throu2h6ut the United States than
any other medicine of like character.
women that it has benefited or en en-tirelv
tirelv en-tirelv eradicated such distressing ail
ments as women are prone to. xt is
now sold by druggista in tablet form
as well aa liquid.
Zeiqlek. Ga.-I advise fall women
who suffer from feminine trouble to try
Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription. I
ahall never forget tu3 good it has done
for me. I feel like another woman now.
Mav God bless Dr. Pierce and his valu-
f 3 ? ? m V -k i r a v r
DRESSMAKING For first class
dressmaking, evening gowns a spe specialty
cialty specialty and all kinds of intricate
work, phone Miss Perry, at Florida
FOR REN T Furnished apartment.
Apply to 603 E. Second St 30-tf
WANTED To superintend a farm,
or rent a forty-acre farm; or would
consider a share crop. L W. Wine Wine-gard,
gard, Wine-gard, 22 Gertrude street, Orlando,
; NE1EDHAM EflOTOR CO.. I
.;. -:; General Eepairing, :
Storage, Gasoline, Oils and Gre'ase. t
We use genuine Ford Parts. Cars washed, 51-00 Z
scrip ps -booth: six ;
Phone 252 Con O&Iaivaba and Orzzt
Used Cars for Sale
Today is the Day to
IFOR SALEr Six room house with
bath, large lot, $1000. See John R.
Rogers, owner, 120 S. Magnolia St.,
FOR SALE Abruzzi Rye seed, $3.50
per bushel. Anthony Farms, An Anthony,
thony, Anthony, Fla. ... .. l-6tdly
Tomorrow Never Comes.
One of the Best SAVING HABITS is
IABBAGE PLANTS Protected from
frost by overhead irrigation. Char Charleston
leston Charleston Wakefield, Early Summer,
Lupton's best" Long Island seed,
$1.50 per thousand; special price in
large quantities. J. R. Davis Farms,
Bartow, Fla. tf
PI A R
The friends of Mr. and Mrs. W. O.
Russell and family will learn with
much regret that they left today for
Dunnellon to make their future home.
Mr. Russell is a traveling salesman
for.E. C. Jordan & Co. of this city,
vith headquarters in Dunnellon.
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
Under the auspices of the Philathea
class of the Baptist church the Y. W.
A. are giving a miscellaneous Christ
mas shower tonight at the Baptist
pastorium for the benefit of the Flor- KvoOD FOR SALE $1 and $2 loads
Another honor was lestowed on
Ocala last week. Dr. H. C. Dozier of
this city, at a meeting of Seaboard
Air Line surgeons of Florida and six
other states, was elected president of
the association. Doc's good looks,
winning-- ways and professional skill
always put him to the fore.
Mr. E. L. Wartmann, a prominent
resident of Citra, was among the visi
tors to Orlando yesterday. Orlando
During the absence of Mr. Wart
mann, Mrs. wartmann was a guest
at the home of her son, Mr. Allison
Wartmann, and family -in this city.
Dr. Jos. M. Burke of Petersburg,
Va., one of the most skilled physicians
in the South and chief of the Seaboard
Air Line surgeons, is in the city to
day. He is the guest of Dr. H. C.
Dozier, who has shown him Silver
Springs, and alsohas been his guide
in a visit to the Marion county hos
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Hager and son
are expected to arrive in. 4 the 'city
some time this week to spend the re
mainder of the winter, having rented
Miss Meta Jewett's home on Fort
King avenue Mr. and Mrs. Hager
spent most of last winter in the city
and made a host of friends who will
earn with much pleasure of their
leturn. . s
ida girls in the Kentucky f chool train
ing for missionary work. Those that
find it impossible to attend, can send
their gifts, of what ever description,
to the residence of Rev. and Mrs. Col Collins
lins Collins tonight.
There has been some misunder
standing as to the time and date of
the bible lecture at the Methodist
church at Kendrick. This is to notify
the "public that ,at the Methodist
church at Kendrick this evening.
at 7:30 o'clock, Mrs. Mabel Quam
Stevens will give a lecture on MThe
Little Red Rose Bud," of the book of
Solomon. This promises to be one
of the best lectures heard in Marion
county for some time, as Mrs. Stevens
is a. woman of remarkable versatility
and intelligence. She has devoted her
entire life to bible research, travel in
Palestine, Chautauqua work and bible
CARD OF THANKS
of oak and pine wood. Phone 322,
residence. E. Bomolini. 18-18t
We are indeed grateful to the Mas
ons for the honor they bestowed upon
our husband and father at the funeral.
Also we wish to thank the neighbors
and other friends for their many acts
of kindness during the illness and
death of Mr. Tubbs. These attentions
have been of great comfort to us.
Mrs. F. G. Tubbs.
NOTICE of ANIMALS IMPOUNDED
See the children's shoes, $1 up. H.
A. Waterman, T he Haberdasher. 3-3t
Mr. Francis M. Bullard of Jackson Jacksonville,
ville, Jacksonville, secretary and. treasurer of the
nvestment Securities Corporation of
hat city, after spending several days
n town, combining business with quail
shooting, returned home yesterday
See our boys' suits from $5. up.
Classy goods and big values at tie
prices. H. A. Waterman, The Haber Haberdasher.
dasher. Haberdasher. 3-3t
Gainesville is after that big Baptist
hospital: A iive bunch, consisting of
Messrs. W. M. Pepper of the Sun, J.
G. Adkins, mayor, of the town, W. R.
Thomas, president of the board of
trade, H. R. Roberts, J. H. Parrish
and Rev. Mr. Jenkins, passed through
town this morning, on their wayto
Kissimmee, there to proclaim the ad advantages
vantages advantages of their city.
Salt and fresh water fish, oysters,
shrimp, etc, at City FISH Market,
No. 9 Fort King avenue. 27-tf
Dr. and Mrs. E. A. Warren of Sturr Sturr-feis,
feis, Sturr-feis, Mich, have arrived in the city
for a several weeks viist and are com comfortably
fortably comfortably located at the home of ; Mri
Ragsdale on Ray street. Dr. and Mrs.
Warren visited Ocala a little over a
year ago and will be pleasantly re remembered
membered remembered by the friends they made.
Dr. Warren is quite a well known
historian and musician.
In a few days, Miss Rhoda Rhody
will leave for Seabreeze, where she
expects to establish an up-to-date and
unique team room for the season.
Miss Rhody will be assisted in this
work by. her aunt from Pittsburg, who
will join her at .Seabreeze as soon as
her plans are completed. There is
no doubt but that Miss Rhody will
meet with success in her new ven ven-ire,
ire, ven-ire, and she has the best wishes of
her Ocala friends.
The daintiest little baby daughter
imaginable arrived at the hospital at
2 o'clock today to make her home with
Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Van Osten. Daddy
Bob is wearing the broadest smile
ever and his mother, Mrs. Fred Rider
of Redbanks, N. J., who is a guest at
the home of her son, is the proudest
grandmother in the country. Mr. and
Mrs. Van Osten are being showered
with the congratulations of their
To Whom It May Concern:
This is to certify that I have this
day placed in the city pound the fol.
lowing described animals, which have
been found rufining at large within
the corporate 'limits of the city of
Ocala, contrary to the ordinances of
One spotted cow, crop and split in
cne .ear; one spotted cow, crop and
underbit one ear, underslope other;
one red bull, staplefork in one ear,
upper and underbit in other; six hogs,
whole one ear, crop in other.
The owners thereof, or their agents,
and all whom it may concern, are
hereby notified that if the animals are
not claimed and all expenses of taking
and impounding thereof are not paid
within three days from date hereof,
to-wit: On the 9th day of December,
1920, I will sell the same .to the high highest
est highest and best bidder, said sale to, take
place between the hours of 11 a, m.
and 3 p. m. on said day at the city
pound in Ocala, JFlorida.
. S. C. M. Thomas,
- "Marshal City of Ocala.
C. A. Holloway, Impounder It
ORDER OF EASTERN STAR
Ocala Chapter No. 29, O. E. S.
meets at the Masonic hall the second
and fourth Thursday evenings of each
month at 8 o'clock.
Mrs. Lillian Simmons, W. M.
Mrs. Susan. Cook, Secretary.
ROYAL ARCH MASONS
Regular conventions of the Ocala
Chapter No. 13, R. A. M., on the fourth
Friday in every month at 8 p. m.
H. S. Wesson, H. P.
Jake Brown, Secretary.
PIANO FOR SALE A special bar
gain for quick sale. See it at my
residence, 1109 E. 5th St. or phone
185 G. J. E. Frampton. 30-6t
? Your saving here is around 10 per cent, and in a great
many, cases, more;
The reason that we can sell for less, is due to the
fact that we sell for cash.
;Stpfesdoing a charge and delivering business are
bound to ask more for their goods. This is done to
cover delivery charges, over-head expense and losses cn
bad accounts. v :
If you pay cash, spend it where YOUR DOLLAR
WILL DO YOU THE MOST GOOD.
WANTED A good farmer to farm
on shares. Also would like to plant
ten, fifteen or twenty acres of oats
on shares. I have good land near
town. W. D. Cam. 15-tf
LAKE WEIR Two completely fur furnished
nished furnished cottages for sale at Wood Wood-mar,
mar, Wood-mar, Eastlake; running water, bath
room, toilet, acetylene gas, two bed bedrooms
rooms bedrooms in each house. For prices and
particulars, apply to D. S. Wood Wood-row,
row, Wood-row, Box' 581, Ocala, Fla. 29-tf
FOR SALE-One team of mules, log
cart and harness; will be sold cheap
for cash; all equipped for hauling.
Address T. S. Mathews, Orange
Lake, Fla. 29-6t
iHERO-COLA WOODYARD We are
prepared to furnish oak or pine
wood for either stove or fireplace
on short notice. 'm We deliver your
money's worth promptly. Give us a
trial order. Chero-Cola Woodyard,
phone 167. 26-lm
FOR SALE High grade, slightly
used piano at a bargain, Will ar ar-.
. ar-. range terms to responsible party.
Address C. V. Fuller, care the
FOR SALE A six-room cottage,
modern conveniences, on South
street. Cheap and terms if desired.
Communicate with owner, box 609,
city. ... 6-6t
WATCH LOST Closed case.' with
' fob and cross attached. Lost Sunday
afternoon between Magnolia and
Lime streets. Please notify W.-H.
FOR SALE 1919 5-passenger Buick,
five tires (three cords). Spencer Spencer-Pedrick
Pedrick Spencer-Pedrick MotorCo. 6-tf
LOST Crank for Hudson car, be be-tween
tween be-tween Reddick and Ocala postofike.
'' Suitable reward if left at, the Star
oflice. v 6-3t
FOR SALE Heavy white iron bed bedstead
stead bedstead and spring, dresser and heat heater.
er. heater. Phone 332 or call at 805 -Tus-cawilla
for further information. 3t
WANTED Ten common laborers for
work in crate factory at Oak, Flor
FOR RENT Light housekeeping
apartments, furnished or unfur unfurnished.
nished. unfurnished. Apply at 24 Ray street for
further information. ' 6-3t
COTTAGE FOR SALE
A well located cottage of five or six
rooms, all modern conveniences, best
part of town; close in.; A big baf-1
gain. Apply to R. R. Carroll, owner,
Apalachicola oysters every day.
Cook's Market and Grocery, phone
243, North Main street. -, 17-tf
Cdow Is a List of A Fen of Our Prices
Soap T. . .....
-10 cent Tin SHINOLA
- Shoe Polish, Tan, Black O
: and White.....; OC
10c. Spices, Ground Cinna-
. mon, Cloves, Ground Nut-
rr meg, Allspices, Red Pepper,
Black Pepper and CI
White Pepper. U OC
sss ; Premium, Coffee,
s '.- one pound....
. CoTee .........
EEs Maxwell House
SB ; Coffee," pound. ;
Our Own Coffee,
. Coffee per pound.
EE: Quarter lb. tins Tet Tet-srs
srs Tet-srs ley's Mixed Tea .
' Half pound tins Tet Tet-ss
ss Tet-ss ley's Mixed Tea
lOcf packages v' 1
- Tetley 's Tea
S T .Sc. packages :.i
s -Tetley's Tea.,; i
P; & G. ?
Fancy Evaporated O y
Apples, '15 oz pkgs ?C
New Crop Fancy
Prunes, 80s-903, lb
New Crop Fancy
Prunes, 50s-C0s, lb
New Crop Fancy
Arm & Hammer
Soda, package. .
Half lb. Tins Rum-
ford Baking Pwdr
One lb. tins Rum Rum-ford
ford Rum-ford Baking Pwdr
No. 2 tins Best
No. 2 tins White
10c. pkgs. National
20c. pkgs. National
, 6ns East Oins West of Courthouse
Tw Prices Kediiiceil
: DIAMOND Non-Skid, 30x3.
I old price $23.80, now.
DIAMOND Plain, 30x3,
5,, old-price $17.60, now
X f 6,000 Mile Guarantee
FEDEHAIC FISK AflD DIAMOND TUBES
I Our Repair Department in charge of all-rouud 5
L mechanics. Expert Generator and Radiator man. 2
JAS. ENGESSER, Proprietor 5
Z s Phone 258 West Broadway
Dont fail to visit the Guarantee
Jlothing & Shoe Company. Every
thing we sell is guaranteed. We're
Ighiing for QUALITY not prices, tf
t HI SC
bji ""sm 111,11 'yyrs
Eegtoimtosj ecemlbeF 4 aeii coetleuliig to Bscemliep 1920
Hi pen3 m& ffi Xnsfl
AOT SALES COMPAIW, lorlli Maiii Street
Arrival and departure of paazier
tra!na at OCALA UNION STATION.
The following achedule figures pub published
lished published aa information and not rrs&r
(Eastern Standard Time)
SEABOARD AIR LINE RAIIXOAD
Lea e Antra
:15 am Jacksonville-NTork 2:10 am
:55 pm Jacksonville 1:34 am
:17 pm Jacksonville 4:15 pr
2:15 am Manatee- "4:C5psa
:15 am Tampa 2:10 an
2:15 am Manatee- 4:17 pra
4:05 pm Tampa-St. Petrsbrg 4:17 pa
ATLANTIC COAST LINE li. H.
2:12 pm Jacksonville-NTork 2:43 fea
1:45 pm JksonviHe-Gainsville S:S3pa
6:42 am Jksonville-Gnesvilla 10:13 pes
2:42 am Stetsbrg-Lakeland 2:12 srj
3:35 pm St.letsbrg-Lakeland 1:13 pra
7:10 am Dunnellon-Wilcox
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