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Title:
The Ocala evening star
Uniform Title:
Ocala Evening Star
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Evening star
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v. : ; 61 cm.
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English
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Porter & Harding
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Ocala, Fla.
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United States -- Florida -- Marion -- Ocala
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29.187778 x -82.130556 ( Place of Publication )

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Began in 1895; ceased in 1943.
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Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 5 (June 24, 1895).
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WEATHER FORECAST
TEMPEBATURE
This morning, 49.
This afternoon, 60.
M H
Fair tonight and Satur Saturday!
day! Saturday! little change in the
temperature.-
OCALA, FLORIDA FRIDAY, DECEMBER 10, 1920.
, NO. 296.
VOL. 26

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RflflKllllI CIUFS

FOOLISH C0UI1SEL

iNO TEN DA YS OF GRACE
j ON FOURTH INSTALLMENT

OF INCOME TAXES

Kays

- V.
Should Waste

the Government

Its Money in Reopening
; Old Suits

James M. Cathcart, Collector of In

ternal Revenue, Sends Out Rmely
Notice to All Interested

Imimiin Turn iin

mm intiur

i! A CEMETERY

(Associated Press)
Washington, D...C, Dec. 10. The

Jacksonville. Dec. 10. With Wed

ne&day of next week, December 15,
a the last day for the payment i)f the
fourth installment of income and ex

cess profits taxes due this year, James

Summary Vengeance of a California

Crowd cn a Couple of
Evil Doers

NAVY PERSONNEL

A SERIOUS PROBLEM

Uncle Sam Needs Officers to Com Command
mand Command Hia War Craft, Saya
Admiral Washington

(Associated Press)

Qon o Prvco folif Tie. 1ft fipnrff"

M. Cathcart, calls attention of ail vl-

f . A .). I ...U L..,. ..,.L t T O XT TO thCl W'

xeaerai iraae comn,u. .wuu V" rr"7" lento, accused of killing three officers,

ea in US annual report reopening ux.iucfc uiai wuue utitiuiuic m Bv...

he government anti-trust suit against
the International Harvester Company
and the institution of "judicial pro-

wer taken from the county jail early

. -A. 1 11 ..... ,J Antra l-f irr9PA OS

iwui ua u.ww u u. nH haT1Pa hv a masked mob.

prov ded for in the 1917 act, that this -
. j u.. Vi i The men were identified by women as
grace period was removed by tnei , .

ceedings" against a nun:ber of associa-. 1918 act, and, therefore, no extensior r ex-onvictg
tions dealing with faim implements,? of. time can be granted for payment, surrounded the jail,

claiming price increa wc -,-a!forced the guards-to turn over the

I nave jusi receiveu mc uvm-,- . ...
, ii: . .'j 'keys, took the prisoners from their
from the treasury department, said. . . u;t
y A ft,flro cells, earned them in automobiles to
Mr. Cathcart yesterday. "As there

4,,!, V,5,vf the """"J

III it J UC UlClUJf WliU luiun

due to "price agreemnts" between tne

manufacturers and dealers.
' RATES SUSPENDED
The shipping board has suspended
the provision allowing preferential
tail rates on goods exported in Amer

ican uhips.

ten days of grace allowed as herto-

them to a

tree by the lights from automobiles.

fore. I wish to call their attention ...

and also that of all others interested,

KNUTSON HAS W ll,:5
Representative Knutson charged in p1-. t- h.,w i;
. . e raid on or before December lo.
the House today that foreign govern- -lw t ort
. .i , "To avoid penalty the tax must be
ments are "financing tha movement of I ao vum y
radicals from several European coun- the office of the collector of internal
tries to the United States I :r J nch office 0r mailed, by

SOUTHERN WANTS TO ISSUE . TY1V fiffipe indi. himself subject, indirectly, to the im-

luuuuivg i r i i i

x v v u '4..vn.' Vovn I position oi nve, ana pernaps six, xeq
cate a beliei that taxpayers have ten.' rifj
j ;-.! wnt.ieral taxes, E. E. Rhodes, vice-presi

Such provision was contained in thei

BONDS

The Southern Railway has

permission of the Interstate

INSURANCE HEADS

DISCUSS FEDERAL TAXES

; (Associated Press)
Jew York, Dec. 10. A person hold
ing a policy in any one of the Ameri

can life insurance companies finds

asked
Com-

n'erce Commission to issue $5,900,000 j revenue act, but was removed by

of development and guarantee mort- the revenue act 0f-1918

gage bonds as Becunty for a govern
rnent loan.

EXPORTING COTTON
THRU GALVESTON

dent of the Mutual Benefit Life Insur

ance Co.. of Newark, N. J., at its four

teenth annual convention told the As-

Payment of the fourth installment .sociation of Life Insurance presidents

Although emphasizing the multiple

(Associated Press)
Washington, Dec. 9. Declaring
that the officer personnel of the navy
should be augmented to full strength
and placed on a permanent basis

with the least possible delay," Rear

Admiral Thomas Washington, chief of

the bureau of navigation, in his an annual
nual annual report to Secretary Daniels to-

FAILED TO AGREE

ON PLAZA PLAII

Board of Trade Also Decided that
Oca la Could Not Entertain the
National Editorial
' Association

GOT RID OF HER EAR MUFFS

The members of the Board of Trade
in session last night failed to agree
on the design of the garden plots for
the proposed improvement of the
uninn cto tinn rAarn TVia oanaral nn.

.... y r nw ..... ....w VUI

day describes the personnel situation I
i.1 LI 1 I

as me most serious pruuiem oeiore ;,,n Wfl, tu-t the. nlots Rhmi1H h. amnll.

the navy. Even though 1200 reserve

and temporary officers are taken into
the regular establishment as permit-

Orlando Woman Undergoes a Benefi Beneficial
cial Beneficial Operation at the Handa
of a Thief

(Associated Press)
Ft. Thomas, Ky., Dec. 10. Mrs.
Waters Howe of Orlando, Fla had
her hair clipped from her head by a
thief who stole $300 in cash' and jewel jewelry
ry jewelry while she wag asleep in a Pullman
car on a Louisville & Nashville train.

HUGHES WASN'T VERY
SUCCESSFUL HIMSELF

EUODPEAII AFFAIRS
TANGLED UP

And Will Remain So Until the Dis Dis-cordant
cordant Dis-cordant Natioas Learn v
to Agrree

(Associated Press)
Marion, Dec. 10. Senator Harding
today conferred with Charles E.

Hughes, former republican presiden-

er and of a circular rather than a
triangular form, so arranged as to

cive a maximum of traffic snace initial rflnHirlflt. on thp nnlieies of the

t 1 t 1 1 1 t I Mr

iea oy law curing me coming year, the plaza and an equally easy ap- coming administration.

me snoriage 01 omcers aiay 1, iit proach to Magnolia and Main streets
will be equal to seven years output of ;for traffic from the north on the Dixie

the naval 'academy. Admiral Washing

ton declares.

IF CONNIE IS WISE

II E WON'T ACCEPT

Highway. The city engineer, who
was present at the meetine. said that

From present indications and unless !i,c would be lad to submit another

remedial legislation is obtained the sketch. .Any change, of course, will

temporary appointments of seven rearjhnve to meet the approval of the city ment has decided to invite Constan
l frm It I

aamirais, o-capiains, 104 commana- council. Itine to return to the throne, said an

ine JcJoara 01 irade instructed Mr. Athens dispatch

Frank Harris, chairman of 'the com

(Associated Press)

Paris, Dec. 10. The Greek govern-

ers and 380 lieutenant commanders
will have to be revoked July 1, 1921,
due to shortage of officers in the lower
grades, the report says.
More attention must be paid to the

raittee appointed to arrange for the INTERNATIONAL MAKERS,

OF TROUBLE

(Toronto Mail and Empire)
Mr. Arthur Brisbane, chief editor

ial writer and political manager for

may; be made in cash or by money or order
der order or check. The bureau of internal

revenue requests that whenever pos-j taxation ot Pf Mf; 9?
sible payment be made by check andid hat fa.r better than msur msur-thus
thus msur-thus avoid congestion at the csahiers fRce men, shall sincerely and whole.
-n,W HWk or monev order i heartedly co-operate with the govern-

- r I ... j.

mem in nnaing a reasonaDie oasis 01

entertainment here of the National

Editorial Association, to inform the

personnel side of the conduct of the committee of the State Press Associa

navy, Admiral Washington says, as-,tiol that Ocala could not raise the

serting that "this point of view does necessary money asked for. It is esti

no$ now prevail. mated that the trip of the editors will William Randolph Hearst, quotes the
"The attention of the navy and of; cost something like $50,000. The fololwing words from a forthcoming

all those who in any way enter into cities and towns visited are being ask- article by George Bernard Shaw

ine activities 01 tne navy must be con-d to raise a prorata share of the cost "War between England and Ameri Ameri-centrated
centrated Ameri-centrated equally on the ships and of the trip, a portion of which is to La, therefore, is inevitable. Since the

tne men who man them," the report be made in a snecial train of Pullman Lr it Vm hpon dr to sin vnno with

says. "The

man them," the report be made in a special train of Pulh
long period of material cars. Ocala's prorata share' of

the! any diplomatic flair -that the United

(Associated Preus)

Galveston, Tex., Dec. Galveston, guW be ma apedyelabgvSHRDLU S

long the chief cotton exporting center
of the country, now is sending middle-

wetsern wheat to-Europe at the rate
of more than 1 6,000.000 bushels a
month. , 1
Exports of this grain for the four four-month
month four-month period ending Oct. 31 last
totaled 25,706,400.25 bushels, as com

pared with 8,802,780.20" bushels in the gMITH WOMAN LOCATED

should be made payable to 'Collector
o? Internal Revenue.'
"Bills will be sent to taxpayers
who owe a balance, but failure to re receive
ceive receive the bill does not relieve the tax taxpayer
payer taxpayer of his obligation to pay on

taxation than that they should take

antagonistic position toward all

like period of 1919, an increase of 16,

903,620.05 bushels, according to fig:
ares made public by the grain inspec inspection
tion inspection department of the Galvetson Cot Cotton
ton Cotton Exchange and Board of Trade.
The reecipts of the grain herein the
same period were estimated at rough

ly 28,500,000 bushels as against 10,

; IN TEXAS CITY

Accused of Killing a Millionaire Pol

itician 'in Oklahoma

- .! Hi. A 1 1 1 1 x 1

citv. The woman is eharered with iui.em uy me

w A m a T

shooting Jake L. Hamon, a millionaire (urts e premium is again caxea. in

tne mtn place, so mucn 01 nis rem-

an

plans that may be presented.
"What is the position of one who
has sought insurance protection, in so
far as federal taxes are concerned?"
asked the speaker. "In the first place,

!he pays a tax at the rate of 80 cents

jper $1000 of insurance for the priv-

' 11 e i ; 1 t il. :

iiege ox insuring nis me. in ine sec
end place, he pays a personal tax

upon so much of .his income as is re

quired to pay the premium upon his

insurance. In the third place, the

Ardmore. Okla.. Dec. Officials amount ne pays as a premium is

have been informed that Clara Smith''. Kain taxed when it reaches the com-

iis conferrine- with her attorneys nre- PRny of which he is a member. In

250,000 bushels in the like months of 1 ft ratory to surrendering in a Texas 'the fourth place, if the assessment of

iai. v '-.
Dire shortage of railway equip equipment
ment equipment in the east is given by traffic
experts as the reason for the unpre
cedented movement of the grain to
this port. In past seasons the great
bulk of the middle-west's cereal was
handled to the Atlantic seaboard and
thence in bottoms for European desti destinations,
nations, destinations, they pointed out.
Great Britain leads air other Euro

pean nations in the number of bushels
imported, her October takings alone
totaling-1,400,700-bushels. Italy was
second in that month with 976,700
bushels; Belgium third with 908,000,
and France fourth with 630,000 bush bushels.
els. bushels. Cargoes which totaled 1,404,019
bushels o:f -the grain, which departed
' from this port' for Gibraltar, were re rerouted
routed rerouted thence to destinations in Jugo Jugo-Slovakia,
Slovakia, Jugo-Slovakia, Czecho-Slovakiar Rumania,
Greece, Turkey and other small Euro European
pean European states.

of .this city

POSTOFFICE PATRONS.
TAKE NOTICE
" Ocala, Fla., Dec. 6th.'
I most respectfully call to the at attention
tention attention of the patrons of the Ocala
postoffice, that during the Christmas

holidays the volume of mail is in increased
creased increased several hundred per cent, and
every facility of the service is taxed
to the utmost to handle this mail dur during
ing during tlu.t period. I would especially
call your attention to a few hints
given below, which, if followed, will
help to avoid the congestion of this
rush period and enable the mail serv service
ice service to deliver promtply and in better
condition all mail matter.

Wrap parcels securely, using heavy
paper and good twine, but do not seal.
Addresjt 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 sender's
er's sender's name and address on a card on
the inside of the parcel.
; Mail them early. Parcels may be
endorsed "Not to be opened until
Christmas day or with similar in inscription.
scription. inscription. Patrons will be assured
that their parcels will be received in
time and opened Christmas day.
Otherwise they may be delayed.
Robt. F. Rogers, P. M.

WANTED Small cottage or sev sev-.
. sev-. eral rooms for housekeeping at
once. Address "Rooms, care the
Ocala Evening Star1. -3t
Visit THE BOOK SHOP gift de de-pj
pj de-pj rtment. V 9-3t
; ",.: ; .. : V. " -.
Full line of smokers' articles, pipes,
tobacco, cigars, etc Tydings & Co:,
opp. Harrington Hall hotel. tf

Ladies' EVERWEAR SILK HOSE
reduced to $1.75, all shades, at

FISHEL'S. tf

Salt and 1 resh water fish, oysters,
hrimp, etc., at City FISH Market,
9 Ft. King Ave.,. phone 158. 27-tf

Dont fail to visit the v Guarantee
Clothing & Shoe Company. Every Everything
thing Everything we sell is guaranteed. We're
ighting for QUALITY not prices, tf
When you buy fish from us they are
dressed ready for cooking. Oysters
and shrimp. City FISH Market, No.

No. 9 Ft. King Ave., phone 158. 27-tf

ium as is held by the company for

contingencies is again taxed as

capital stock tax. In the, sixth place,

when the amount insured is paid to

his estate it is again taxed.

"This is taxation with a vengeance

The insured is caught coming stand

ing still and going, in a transaction

which he does not enter into for profit

Und in which there can be no profit.1

De voting his attention further to

a consideration of the federal income
tax law, Mr. Rhodes not only called
into question its constitutionality,, so
far as it affects life insurance, "but
gave an analysis "of the inequality
which he said results to the various
companies from the actual operation
of the law.
"The income tax law applied to life
insurance companies," Mr. Rhodes de declared,
clared, declared, "fails to v meet some of the
most important criteria of sound

methods of taaxtion. It does not. bear
equally upon different companies. The

amount of tax is not easily determin

able, and when determined it is not,
as implied, a tax on net income. The

tax is collected only-at heavy .expense

to the government and to the com
panies.

"It is not at all clear that in so far

as life insurance companies are con

corned the present law meets the con

stitutional requirements.".

Mr. Rhodes took a definite stand in

opposition to the theory that prem

iums should be taxed as income of the

if surance" companies.

reconstruction covering new building cost of the trip is placed at $2500 if States must gravitate toward an alii

programs nas aivertea too large a a stop of a day is made here, or $1250 ance .with Germany war between an

snare 01 service attention from ques-'.if a half -day stop is made. Any en-1 alliance of the centralized French re-

10ns of personnel." tertainment provided would be extra. DublicVith the British Empire aerainst

Commenting on the enlisted men j The members of the" Board of Trade Ian alliance of' federtaed republicans

si taution. Admiral Washington states jaie of the opinion that the necessary vth' those of Central Europe." Mr.
that the navy has very largely recov-; money could not be raised, as much as Shaw's quoted words fail to make it

ered from the post-war reaction that Ocala would like to have the editors clear v why ther must be a new war.

virtually stopped recruiting. At the, visit here, and see Sifter Springs. ItlHe does not take account of the root

rate new men are now entering the was originally understood that the Jed 'American hostility to foreign al

service tne authorized strength will (tour of the editors would be made inliances. In the great war the United

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r xwuicu uy juiy a, ikai, ma report auiomooues, irom county line to coun- states -.was sometmng less than an

ty line, and it had been planned to J ally of the Entente powers. If, in the

t;ke the visitors to the springs for a 1 presence of the German menace, she
fish fry or piirlo. It was also pointed I refused to become a full' partner and

out last night that a railroad trip! was merely an associate, it ought to

would not give the editors an oppor-J baffle even the nimble' minded Mr,

tunity of seeing much of the state. I Shaw to prove that in time of peace

The meeting authorized the appoint- she would make, an European al

ment by the president of the Board J liance, and especially with the power
of Trade of a committee of two to! with whom she was at war so recent-

look into the condition obtaining atjly, and with whom even now she has

the union station which causes pas-1 rot made her treaty of peace.

sengers on the rear cars of trains to i Mr. Brisbane says that with all re

alight in rain and mud. The rear carslspect to Mr. Shaw it ought to be pos-

are not pulled up to, the station plat- sible for the United States to avoid

form. . la war witVi 'Rritain To Ho cn tVio

states. Due to the loss of a large per- j
centage of the navy's, older enlisted

men, "however, the report says that
the enlisted force has not yet gained
rormal efficiency.

Resignations during the fiscal year

from the officer force have been se

rious, Admiral Washington says, the

line being particularly Jiard hit. At
the end of the year there were more
than 450 fewer line officers in the ser

vice than on Nov. 1st. despite the fact
that a class had graduated from the

naval academy m the meantime. A

total of 606 officers resigned from the

regular navy during the year, of which

94- were line officers, leaving a shor shortage
tage shortage of -about 2400 officers in the per permanent
manent permanent establishment.

(Associated Press)
Geneva, Dec. 10. Machinery for
putting an economic blockade into ef effect
fect effect intended as a weapon against an

offending state was discussed at the
assembly of the league of nations.

The report as adopted provides for an

international blockade committee of
eight members appointed by the

league council to study the subject of
application of the blockade' and report

to the secretary-general of the coun

cil. The report will then be consid

ered by the council and all league
members be informed.
WHAT ? SO SOON
Brussels, Dec. 10. The newspaper
Le Peuple announced that railway
tiaffic has been suspended in both
dnections between Belgium and Ger Germany
many Germany and there istalk of a German

coup de'etat.

UT MONEY IN THE WRONG
PLACE
Paris, Dec. 10. Large sums of

money turned, over to Germany by

ranee for amelioration of the mate

rial situation of the miners in the.

Ruhr region was misappropriated by

the German government, the foreign

affairs committee his discovered, a
newspaper says.

ONLY TO BE EXPECTED
London, Dec. lO.--Martial laVwill
e applied in certain areas of Ireland,

Premier Lloyd George announced in

he house of commons today. He said

a proclamation would he issued de

manding that all arms and uniforms
be surrendered within the prescribed
aieas and unauthorized persons pos

sessing arms would be treated as
rebels, and liable to the death penalty
on conviction in military court.

HIT A BISHOP AND A PAWN
London, Dec. 10. A bomb was

thrown among members of the Ru Rumanian
manian Rumanian senate Thursday, shortly after
assembling. One member and, a bishop
were kiled, says a Budapest dispatch.

COTTAGE FOR SALE

A well located cottage of five or six
rooms, all modem conveniences, best
part of town; close in. A big. bar

gain. Apply to R. R. Carroll, owner,
city. 6-6t

Get the habit of rea2ng tne &is.

The CHRISTMAS

BOOKSHOP.

store is

THE
9-3t

PREDICTS A RETURN

TO MONARCH RULE

Get the best bread it's FEDERAL.

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

Manicure sets, either pearl or Py-ra-lin
handles. Just the thing for her

Christmas gifty Tydings & Co. tf;
Bubble 'books, they talk; walking
dolls, they wr.lk. THE BOOK SHOP.
4 Apalachicola oystess every day.
Cook's Market and Grocery, phone
243, North Main street. 17-tf
CHILDREN'S DRESSES reduced
to aboutXhalf -price. FISHEL'S tf
Sugar 10c. per pound. Whittington.

Berlin, Nov. 21. The time for the

return 01 tne monarchy will come
when the German people will have

"diained to the dregs the blessings of

the republican form of government,

says the Kreuz Zeitung, discussing

Ihe anniversary of the German revolu

tions. The conservatives' organ adds
"that the time is likely to come much

sooner than most people imagine."

The paper declares thai the German

pioletariat in the past two years has

been torn by dissensions which are

constantly growing and that it is
anything but a collective unit, inas inasmuch
much inasmuch as a section of it prefers to

.celebrate the Russian revolution while

the so-called reformists accept the
German revolution as marking a new
era. ;

CRUSADE AGAINST THE
CIGARETTE IN KANSAS

(New York Times) 3
Long ago the Sunflower State ceas

ed to be Bleeding Kansas. It is and
ever must be e Lading Kansas. Frem
populism to prohibition it has plowed
its glorious way. Now it is the head
and front of another impressive moral

movement. v Why is Kansas so rich

in gifts and achievements? Senator
Arthur Capper, in. a speech reported

by Capper's Weekly, answers:

"Not infrequently I have had a good

visit with a farmer and his wife in

their home. I can recommend this as

the first-class means of getting down

to the 'gras roots' of any proposition

before the country, for, with less to

distract them, a farmer and his wife

do more reading and thinking than
the average of townfolks. The man

driving a plow or a harrow down
along a row has a great deal of time
for thought. And there are not many
picture shows in the country-"

Kansas has little time to waste on

picture shows. She has begun an another
other another war against evil. Upon a soil

plowed and harrowed by agricultural
thought,- a missionary from Cook
county has been sowing seeds that

yield a thousandfold. The cigarette,

that torch of Erebus, must be put

out. Miss Lucy Paee Gaston, founder

of the International Anti-Cigarette

League, is carrying on a campaign of

education, inexorable and triumphant,
against the cigarette. Kansas has a

LTnited States must eouin herself with

A I A 1

FIRST SKYSCRAPERS I fleets, flying machines and armies so

IN SOUTH AMERICA nat any Power would hesitate before
, j attacking her. Another editorial ar-

Santiago.' Chile. Nov. 8 The first ticle .in the same issue of the paper

skyscrapers" on the west coast of seems to contemplate not an unpro unpro-Scuth
Scuth unpro-Scuth America are being erected here. voked attack by Eritain uPon the

A 12-story reinforced concrete office urmea aiates Dut a jnstinaDie war

building is about completed and an

other of 15 stories is in its first stages
of construction. It is said both struc structures
tures structures will be "earthquake proof."
Earth shocks are common to this
country.

GREAT ELECTRICAL

PROGRESS FORECAST

Let us show you our Christmas can candies.
dies. candies. We have just received 600
pounds which we are selling at half
price, direct from the factory. Bit Bitting
ting Bitting & Co. 2-6t

cigarettes! Up with the A. C. L.!
"The three ltters." the Topeka Cap Capital
ital Capital tells us, "will also symbolize the

league's motto: 'A Clean Life.' A
ncble cause. It is to be regretted that
the Capital, inadvertently, no doubt,

prints the portrait of Dr. Moore of

Washington, 91, who has smoked for
eighty years, "smokes a pipe and a
very modern brand of cigarettes." But
the truth will prevail. Kansas slaves
of the "pill" has "bought a big supply
to entrench themselves against Miss

Gaston's possible 'corner' on the
cigarette market!" Kansas can be de depended
pended depended upon to do much more than
her duty and to interfere as much as
possible with the sinfulpleasure of
others. Before long, we. may be sure,

Miss Gaston, having subjugated Kan Kansas,
sas, Kansas, will sound to this city her terri terri-I
I terri-I He approach. Three can be little
doubt that in the course of a million

statute against the enormity. The su-J years or so the physique of truckmen,

by the United States upon Britain

The excuse, of course, is the Irish

question. The writer wants to know
if it was right for the United States
to interfere to prevent outrage' by
Germany, why it is not right for the

United States to "meddle" to prevent
equal or greater outrage by Great
Britain? That the crimes of Great
Britain 'in Ireland today are far worse
than the crimes Germany committed
r. Belgium and France is accepted by
Hearst as a matter that needs no fur further
ther further argument or evidence. He pro protests
tests protests against Sir ; Edward Carson's
remark that "American meddling in
Irish affairs is damned impudence,"
although it is probable that the sen sentiment
timent sentiment will be agreed to by most Am Americans
ericans Americans who are unhyphenated. The
pieser.t moment is not propitious for

the Hearst papers to revive their pet
project of a war against Britain, for
trere is a considerable revulsion of
feeling on the part of Americans just
now over Sinn Fein propaganda in
the United States, but the mania is
so strong that any opportunity seems
a good one.

(Associated Pres3).
Philadelphia, Dec. 10. Dr. Charles
A. Steinmetz, electrical "wizard of
Schnectady," believes it will be illegal
to build a fire in the limits Of the
cities of the future, which will be
smokeless and dustless. He made this
prediction at a dinner of the Bala Bala-Cynwyd
Cynwyd Bala-Cynwyd Neighborhood Club in this,
city. He painted a word picture of a
present-day city in the throes ,of an
"electricity strike" and showed how' a
city depends on electricity in trans transportation
portation transportation and manufacturing.
"But," said Dr. Steinmitz, "although

ve are absolutely dependent on-our
electricity today we .'still have, only
begun to use it. In the city, present
methods of manufacture will be re

placed with electrical methods The
present city with it3 dust and smoke
will -be unknown. It will be against

he law to have a fire in the city lim

its. Life then will be worth living

in cities."

YOU DO NOT HAVE TO PAY WAR

TAX ON SHOES ANY 310RE

Every shoe in our store that was

taxable we have reduced to $10 the

pair. This includes Dr. Edison's

Cushioned Sole and Utz & Dnnn'

Easall' 'arch-protecting shoes, which

formerly sold at ?13 and $14 the pair.
Also men's shoes that formerly -sold

111 to $12.50 the pair. All new

shoes made up for this season's trade
10-3t LITTLE'S SHOE PARTilT?

CENTENARIAN CAST HER V

FIRST BALLOT FOR HARDING

COLOSSAL SUMS PAID OUT

BY INSURANCE COMPANIES

Phones 377 and 162.

9-St

Stanley "FERROSTAT" is non-

b eakable keeps hot or cold. Quart

aid two-quart sizes. Tydings & Co. tf

preme court has sustained the statute.

Miss Gaston and her allies are going
to see that the law is enforced. She
has "put the ban on in Wichita," she
said on her arrival in Topeka, "and

it's going tobg clamped down here."
Indeed, the clamping, is already done.

Miss Gaston declared that by noon of
last Thursday there wouldn't be a vig vig-arette
arette vig-arette for sale in Topeka.

The Anti-Cigarette League of To Topeka
peka Topeka was organized Sunday. The
headquarters of the state league will
be in the same capital. Field workers

will "push the organization in every

county." What does Kansas care
about the H. C. L., so much abominat abominated
ed abominated in less virtuous states? Down with

stevedores and other slaves of thej

cigarette will degenerate.
Miss Gaston "advises Kansas to
adopt Carrie Nation tactics in getting
rid of cigarettes." Whatever the tac

tics, Kansas must succeed in this new

mission. She will immediately begin
another. It is a happiness to hear

Miss Gaston say" that she believes

"soft drinks harmful." They must be
harmful to persons who like them. All

evil is one. Kansas will abolish it in

all its ramifications and dependen dependencies.
cies. dependencies. How far this abolition move

ment will go, who can tell? Some

twenty-five years ago a Kansas worn

an uttered the fateful words: Man

must be abolished.' f

(Associated Press)
New York, Dec. 10. Over, a mill

ion dollars was paid out each calendar

day in 1919 by the insurance com

pnnies of the United States, the In Insurance
surance Insurance convention in session here

was informed today.

NATIONAL GUARD OF VIRGINIA

IS PROTECTING A NEGRO

(Associated Press)
Staunton, Va., Dec. 9. Nationa

guardsmen are patrolling the neigh neighborhood
borhood neighborhood of the jail to protect, Harry

Hart, the negro indicted for an at

tempted attack on. a,. white girl. The

hung jury is reconsidering the case

today.

Boston, Tzc. 10. Miss Annie Stone

102 yea is of age, who celebrated the

woman suffrage victory by voting for

otnaior ttaraing, has received a note

of appreciation from the president presidentelect's
elect's presidentelect's secretary thanking her for her

interest in public affair. Word of

Mrs. Stone's going to the polls reap

ed Senator Harding's office through a

newspaper cupping sent by an ad admirer
mirer admirer of Miss Stone.

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MEN ARE FOOLISH

TO STACK. UP WEALTH

(Associated Press?
Chicago, Dec. 10. The fight to pro probate"
bate" probate" the alleged tecond will of James
C. King, the millionaire lumberman,
has failed again, j the circuit court
judge sustaining the probate court's
decision that the will is a forgery.

If you want a KODAK, Gerig's

Drug Store is the enly store in Ocalait our stock

that sells KODAKS. tf I Gerig's Drug

For the very best stationery, look

of Symphony Lawn.

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ocala evening star, r riday, decembed 10. 1920

tola Evening Star

Pabiliibetf Erei7 Dr Except Snmday by

STAR PUBLISHING COMPANY',
OCALA, FLORIDA.

It. IU Carroll, Preldt

P. V.' Lcavengood, Seeretary-Treaaare

J. II. Itoajaml, Editor
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Entered at Ocala, Fla.,- postofflce as

econd-clasS' matter.
TELEPHONES

DitLtcM Office .Flve-Oae

Kdltwrlal Department . . .Tvrd-Sevea

MEMBER ASSOCIATED PRESS

""he Associated Press Is exclusively
entitled for the ure for republication of

an news dispatcher credltea to it or

not otherwise cred'ted In th papr aia
ian, the local news imolioiieJ Uerein.

All rights of republication of special

l9tatches herein are also reserved.

last, the conductor came down the car

and told his mother that she must
either take Willie on her lap or pay

for him.

"Come on Willie!" said the mtoehn

Sit on my lap and let some one else

have your seat."

Little Willie looked across at his

big sister Susan, who was sitting
next to mother with her young man
on the other side.

"Mother," he cried in a loud voice,
. a

so tnat every one m tne car couia

hear him, "I don't Jike sitting on your

Up. Let Susan sit on Mr. Wood's

knee: tney were practicing it in our

parlor last night." St. Augustine Re
cord.

That's a good story, Bromides, but

t was old before George Washington

chopped the cherry tree.

DOMESTIC SUlISCniPTIOX RATES

One year. In advance ft.00
t?lx months. In advance 3.00
Three months. In advance .... ..1.50
On month, In advance .10

. ADVERTISING RATES

Display i Plate 15 cents per inch for

consecutive insertions. Alternate inser

tions 25 per cent additional. Composi

tion charges pn ads. that run less than
tlx times cents per Inch.. Special
ponltlon 20 per cent additional Rates
baned on 4-lnch minimum. Less t nan

lotir inches will take higrher rate,

which will be furnished upon application.

lieedlaar Notleeat 5 cents per line for

flnit Insertion: 3 cents per line for each

u'baeauent Insertion. One change a

week allowed on readers without extra

composition charges.
Legal advertisements i: legal rates.

CHANGE

IN THE
ROAD

DEPARTMENT

It's a week from tonight that the
Woman's Club gives its play for the
hrnefit of the Children's Home of

Florida,
endar.

Mark the date on your cal-

Governor Catts has made another

exhibition of his propensity to per-

n:cious use oi his power, by tne re removal
moval removal of Ed Scott, of Arcadia, as a
member of the state road department,

on the ground of incompetency. To
those who know both men, the gov governor's
ernor's governor's reason will read like a broad
jcke. Mr. Scott has been a prominent

citizen of Arcadia for many years,

and has been identified withr the
growth and development of his section

in many capacities, but particularly in

the matter of good roads. He has al

ways been a booster for good roads,

and was building them in DeSoto

county long before Catts forsook his

pleasant pastime of establishing "nig "nigger"
ger" "nigger" graveyards in the wilds of Ala

bama, noweyer, .while expressing

Lorn the Jacksonville fair last week

winner of many premiums of which
the owner should well be proud.

Mr. F. G. Burke, who was bitten by

a spider and ill for several days, is

mach improved.

- Mr. M. S. Brown, Mr. T. W. Wood,
Mr. G. A. Hager and Mr. T. A. Jones

ceme up from Tampa and spent Sun-j

Monday Mr. W. S. Baskin and Miss
Nell Olds. Mr. Ralph Manning and

Miss Lillian Baskin quietly left An

thony and went to Gainesville, where

Mr. Baskin and Miss 01d3 were mar

ried. They took a short trip south

. j i t !.; a

accompameu oy air. : casiiin s sister,
Mia Tillijiri and rptiimeil hnmp Wed-!7r

nesdav evening- Mr. Baskin has been

reused in Anthony and is quite popu- fft

!ar among his many friends. Miss
Olds has only resided in Anthony
about two years but is loved by all

who know her. We hope their little
bark will said smoothlv down life's

t a mi a

sea and tneir happiness win oe unalloyed.

Mr. Y. D. Ervin and little son, Y.

D. Jr. and daughter, Miss Esther, who

are spending the winter in Ocala,
were guests at the home of Mrs. J. Q.

Boyd Sunday afternoon and evening.

Mr. Ervin and family have resided at

A twood, Kansas, for several years,

but are formerly from Curdsville and

Mayfield, Ky.

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A Few Suggestions for the

Christmas Buyer

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At the close of his last message U diggust and indignation at the injus

Coneress..Mr. Wilson recommended

that the Philippines be given their in independence.
dependence. independence. Some more advice, which

we doubt Congress will accept.

the

Having already faithfully advertised our large as assortment
sortment assortment of Clothes for the Man and the Boy, and
at a reduction of 25 to 40 per cent, ve are now only
directing your attention to the. fact that these prices
are still in force, our stock is complete and that
you are doing yourself an injustice by waiting
longer.
Many have availed themselves of this opportunity,
and we have yet to find a single dissatisfied cus customer.
tomer. customer. This, however is not boasting, as we know

quality of the goods we are offering, and "bought them to please

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RCADE PRJESSING
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REOPENED

ttlce that has been -done Ed Scott, the

governor must be given credit for having-
selected a man of high character

and ability as his successor D. W.
I Stevenson, the Moore Haven banker.

Mr. Volstead ; should advance a Mr. Stevenson, like Mr. Scott, has

method for taking the fire out of Ve-iiong been known as one of the most

suvius.- Jacksonville Metropolis. estimable and progressive citizens of

If he should take the fire out of South Florida; and the Times has rea-

moonshine, he would work nearer son to know that his" views on the

home. laubiect of rjlanniner and constructinar

the state highways are entirely in

We have seen a picture of Mrs. Mc-1 harmony with those of Mr. Scott.

Sweeney, and all we have to say is IGov Catts has now succeeded in com-

that old man McSweeney was seven pletely changing the membership of

diifferent kinds of a fool for allowing! the road department-: Whether he has

such a fine-looking woman to become j bettered it or not remains to be seen.

a a-a- aa a 1 v a a .a a a

a widow, lie win surely turn over in his object in maKing tnese latter-day

his grave if she marries again. changes is hard to imagine. If it

were at the beginning of his term it

The Jacksonville Metropolis says: might be thought that he was trying

Kfa iW XXTil 1 1 a tv T im CkT' T I Vni11 lira o mAAktrtA 4-r vvi-ia4-

States corps of engineers, has been his power, but coming at a time when

relieved from his present station and he has but a few more days to afflct
duties at New York city and will pro- the people of Florida, and following
ceed to Jacksonville for assignment tv his tremendous repudiation at the

duty as district engineer for the Jack- polls, it can only be assumed that he

. sonville district'' seeking the gratification of some

pettey. feud or personal enmity.-

"President Wilson chose a mighty Tampa Times.

fine wife, but he seems to'-have been The latter, most likely.

rather careless in picking a brother-

' a m -a a V .At

in-law," remarks the ucaia tar. aiso, A meeting of the sheriffs of the
sometimes a man picks a mighty fine state was held in Jacksonville the
brother-in-law, butr-oh, well, what's other day, and it was decided to test

tne use oi continuing jacKsonviue in the courts the new law by which
Metropolis. county officers are to be paid salaries

So far as we can see, there was no instead of by the old fee system. We

use in your beginning. should think that the-salary system

would do very well in the small coun

A conference of post adjutants of ties and in the case of those officers

the Florida Department of the Ameri- whose duties do not vary. We doubt.

can Legion will be held in Palatka, kowever that it will be eood for the

January 15, for the purpose of getting people in the case 0f a sheriff of a big

the legion better organized in tnis countyj who always need3 one or more
stjite. Mr. vll. C. Creviston, national kjo-HW tmin enwinl mm in addition

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Having purchased the outfit of the

Arcade Pressing Club on South Mag Magnolia
nolia Magnolia street, I am now prepared to do

all kinds of work in this line on short
notice Ladies' work a specialty and

satisfaction guaranteed. Eight years

experience. Work called for and de

livered to any part of the city.
6-6t Phone 228. W. G. Pitts.

1 CHRISTMAS REMINDERS
For Yourself or Male Friend or Relatives

Abruzzi seed rye, $4 per bushel.

Rust proof seed oats, $1.50 per bushel.

Ocala Seed Store. 22-tf

Gifts That Last

Just received a large number of Initial Belts, Gloves and Bath Robes.
; We also have a large'assortment of Boys' Blouses, $1.50 value at $1
Keep that boy warm7 while sleeping. A few Boys' Outing Flannel
Pajamas, splendid values at $1.75.
A number of Boys' odd Pants, ranging from $1.25 to $6.50 values,
Greatly Reduced.
Boys' and Children's Shoes at astonishingly low prices. These are
going fast. Call early. -Our
stock of Men's Shirts is limited but we still have a number of
Manhattan and Wilson shirts, and if you find your size the
price is sure to please you. 1
Men's Pajamas, $1.95 to $6.50.
The best Men's Night-shirt, $1.50 value, now offered for $1.00.
Don't iail to see our splendid assortment of Hats and Shoes for the
man and boy at Bifl Reductions.
Plenty of Sweaters for the man and boy.
REMEMBER, you are welcome in our store at any time, and especi especially
ally especially at this season while you aie Jcoking arcund for supplies for
Santa Claus, you are asked to con e in and let us help you make
your selections And Come Early.

HANDKERCHIEFS
Pure Linen, now offered at
50c, 75a and $1 00 -"
Initial Handkerchiefs at
25c and 50c each.
Plain Handkerchiefs: 10c
and45c; 2 for 25c.
NOVELTIES
Large assortment of Collar
Bags and'Manieure Sets.
- Pullman -Slippers, Bed Bedroom
room Bedroom Slippers and Bill Folds.
Suit Cases and Trunks.
NECKWEAR
All at reduced prices and
cover a large collection; at a
range of 45c to $3.50.
Silk Sox "and Shirts.

oreanizer. will be present at tne

meeting and make a talk, giving val valuable
uable valuable information concerning the ope

ration of posts, and putting them in

closer touch with department and na

tional headquarters.

; South : America provides the first
defection from ,the league of nations;
Honorio Pueyrredon, head of the
delegation from v Argentina, stands

to his regular force. Catching crim

inals is a profession, as much as the
law or medicine, and a sheriff should

always have the means to employ the

best men, and men who will work in

harmony with him in his work of pro protecting
tecting protecting the public. If the salary sys system
tem system is adopted, the sheriff, in case an
emergency arises, will always have to
take the risk of having to pay special

men out of 'his own pocket, as the

ci untv commissioners, generally on

firmly by his withdrawal from the as

sembly because of its failure to adopt the alert to hold such expenses down,
his amendments. Miami Herald. nv rpfnaf Slirh mPn what the shpriflF

Argentina has not withdrawn irom Promises them, or sometimes refuse to

the league of nations. Her represen representative
tative representative has withdrawn from the con

ference at Geneva, but his country

has not indorsed him and may not do

to. -

pay them at all.

JEWELRY

The Gift Supreme

M v stock is complete and I invite

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your inspection.

H. A.

WATERMAN

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West Side Courthouse Square
OCALA. FLORIDA

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

ONE NIGHT ONLY, TEMPLE THEATER,. DECEMBER; 16fl

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Monday December 1!

Let's Get Renl Chummy ; nd

Make this Oiie Merry Night

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Some day Uncle Sam will hav

Bense.enough to spend his money re

cruiting men for an agricultural army

instead of for an army to handle guns

and poison gas. If Uncle Sam would
stop all his expenditures on the army
and use that money on this develop development
ment development of the idle acres, what a land of
prosperous people these United States

could be! Miami Metropolis.

Yes, fine land, for some other nation
to enslave. The Incas had pretty

ranch that kind of a land when the

Spaniards came along! By the way,

u war department always has a

large number of men engaged in pub

he work, but the Metropolis doesn't

seem to know that.

- .A number of years ago -the Star

managed to have itself mentioned in
the Congressional Record, and now it
has broken into the "Bad Breaks"

page of "Judge." It will become im

monai yet. Miss Carrie Barco sent

in the fractured -gem, and we think
Via eliAnU

oi.uuiu uuy us a coca-cola as

lotion to our lacerated feelings. The

mistake she called attention to, how

ever,

The case of H. A. Evans, the travel

mg man, wno snot tne old ureeK nere

several months ago, seems to have

come to a conclusion, ivans, it win

be remembered, was indicted for as assault
sault assault with intent to murder He
i pleaded guilty and was fined $400 and
I costs. Light as this sentence was,

Evans was dissatisfied with it and

employed a Jacksonville lawyer to go
before the pardoning board at Talla

hassee. Judging by a letter from a

member of the board, said lawyer

made misrepresentations of the case

and the board, of course, did not try

to obtain any evidence from Marion

county. Evans fine was reduced by
the, board to $25. However, when he
tried to obtain the money from Mar Marion
ion Marion county officials, he found it had

been turned into the county treasury

and the attorney general says there is
no way for him to recover it. He was

list down mighty easy, as it was.

ANTHONY

Anthony, Dec. 9. Mr. G. M. Brown
jf Moore Haven is again in Anthony

looking for a location. Mrs. Brown
and daughter, Maude, are expected

from North Carolina, where they have

was not the fault of either the been visiting Mrs. Brown's daughter,

writer or the proofreader. It was Mrs. Hoffman.

caused by the. rriake-up man dropping Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Beuchler have
a linotype slug when he nut the tvie been called to the bedside of Mrs.

in the form,. Mistakes like it often Beuchlers father, who is quite ill in

occur in' printing offices, but seldom Savannah.

does one ring the bell with such dead- Miss Grace Harwell of Jacksonville,
ly inaccuracy. r- : will spend Christmas here with her

-7t Oother. Mrs. S. R. Harwell, and sis-

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HIGHEST SftLftRtED CHORUS
"IN TMC WORLD

A feast of frolic and frivolity
with a corking comedy cast.
Permit us to warn patrons
to seeure seats well in ad advance
vance advance and avoid standing in
line at box office.
Seats on sale Thursday

FINALE ACT IU HOBIN HOOD"

MAIL 0RDSH3 NOW. PRICES $2.50, $2.00, S1.50 and $1.00 PLUS TAX. SEAT SALE DEC. 10th

Lea- e
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!A1LR0AD SCHEDULE!

Arrival and departure of passenger
tra:ns at OCALA UNION STATION.!.
Ihe following schedule figures pub- po polished
lished polished as information and not guar-(

anteed. J
(Eastern Standard Time) j
optnninn AIR I.INT. TIAILROAD'

Arrive a?

Jacksonville-N'York
Jacksonville
Jacksonville
Petersburg
Tampa
Manatee-

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

ATLANTIC COAST LINE R. K. xj
Leave Arrive j
2:12 pm Jacksonville-N'York 2:48 am j X

1:45 nm Jksonville-Gaic3vil!e 3:35 f.u?

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Automobile Storage

GARAGE ALWAYS OPEN DAY AND NIGHT

2:10 ami..
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4: 1 pm

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2:4? am St.Petsbrg-Lakeland 2:12 am
3:35 pm St.Petsbrg-Lakeland 1:25 pm
7:10 am Dunnellon-Wilcox
7 :2 Jam Dunellon-Lkeland 11:03pm
3:25 pm Homosassa 1:30 pm
10:13pm Leesburg 6:42 am
4:45 pm Gainesville 11:50 am
Monday, Wednesday, Friday.
"Tuesdav. Thursday. Saturday.

line of the

L. ALEXANDER
I'RACTICAL CARPENTER AND
BUILDER
Careiul estimates made cn all co.-
tract vork. Gives more and better
work f r, the money than any other
contractor in the city.

jC. Cecil Bryant j
l Accounting and Auditing J
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IVORY in

Truskejdifkgjs will puzzle you, but Man' 0cala homes

. Just arrived, a select
GENUINE PARISIAN

Mori,,, Mirmrs. Combs and I iyou will be delighted with our prices tnat are an ayesore

p,ci, -nA ,c,t niPrP at Anti- on MIDDIES and SHIRTWAISTS. silvered. All work guaranteed. Ocala

have mirrors
Have them re-

PYLES PERKINS
Funeral Directors S Embalmers
PARLORS OPPOSITE POSTOFFICE
Two Ilparses. Grey Hearse for White
People Only.
Phones 555 and 225. Open AH Night.
OCALA. FLORIDA

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New Goods Sanilary
Meat Market and. .Grocery
"Everything Good to Eat"
HOLIDAY SPECIALS

Choice Meat Cuts Country Sausage
Apples Oninges Bananas
Cranberries
Celery Lettuce Turnips
Complete Line of Dried Fruits

Oysters
Nuts
Peppers

Promptness

Courtesy

PA KENT-TEA CHER MEETING

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Cars washed, $1.00

NEEDHAM MOTOR CO

General Repairing

Storage, Gasoline, Oils and Grease.

We use genuine Ford Parts.
AGENTS FOR

SCRIP JPS-BOO.TH SIX :

Phone 252 Cor. OMawaha and urange
Used Cars for Sale

Read Carefully These Prices!

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Sugar, per lb . HC ;
Best Head Rice, per lb 12c
Nine pounds for? ......... $1.00
Best Blue Rose Rice, per lb. 10c
Eleven pounds for ........ $1.00
P. & G. and Octagon Soap, three,
cakes for ....... 2oc
Cleaneasy Soap 4 cakes for J 25c
Pearline, Grandma, Lighthouse
and Octagon Wash Pwdr..5c
Seafoam Wash Powder 4 for. 25c
Jello Ice Cream Powder, fine for
pudding, two for ....... ,25c

Three cans No

2 size Premier
..c.......$1.00
2 si2e Premier

.85c

Peas for

Three cans No.
Corn for

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

Argo Starch three for. . .. .25c
Pure lard in bulk and in three
and five-pound buckets,
Breakfast Bacon in pieces, 2 to
3jbs., per lb ..37c
White Bacon, per lb ..24c
By the side -f23c
Lard Compound per lb. . .17c
Maxwell House Coffee lb. ,42c
Klim, 1-lb. size.... ..95c
KHm, 2 -lb size. .". . . .$1.90
Klim, 5-lb. size ....$3.50
Meal and Grits. GY2 lbs.:... 25c
Sausage casings.
Fresh eggs always on hand.
Our eggs are, guarantied.
. Liquid Smoke.
Henry Clay Flour.
Pillsbury and Gold Medal
' Four.
New Syrup in pints, quarts,
two quarts and. in bulk.

The meeting of the Parent-Teacher

Association yesterday afternoon at

the high school building at 4 o'clock
was well attended and the program
rendered was not only intensely inter interesting
esting interesting and enjoyable, but very bene bene-ficia.
ficia. bene-ficia. This is an organization that
should be highly appreciated, for its
aims are most praiseworthy and, the
parents of school children should not
neglect attending these meetings.
Yesterday afternoon the orchestra
of the school made its "first public ap appearance,
pearance, appearance, rendering tw selections,
with Mrs. Cole as director. The num numbers
bers numbers were greaLly enjoyed and the au audience
dience audience was disappointed that then then-program
program then-program was not longer. The won

derful progress that the orchestra has

n.ade deserves the highest praise.

The president, Mrs. E. A. Osborne,

piesided, and Miss Mamie Shephard

acted as secretary. After the regular

business meeting, Mrs. Rex Todd

spoke to the meeting on a new system
of grading that the faculty "wishes to

inaugurate. Others expressing their

approval and relating some of the

benefits to be derived from the meth

od were Mrs. H. S. Wesson, Misses

Nellie Stevens and Shellie Souter.

Prof. Hensley was called upon to ex

press his opinion on the subject under

drscussion and did so in a short ad-

ess, favoring the new method of

grading and pointing out the only
disadvantage, which he said could be

remedied. This new system of grad

ing has been in use in Tampa for over
eight years and Jacksonville and
many other cities throughout the state
have adopted it and are very much

pleased with it.

No Star reporter attended the

meeting, it being understood that the
association's reporter would hand in

written "report of the meeting, but

a phone message this morning stated.

that some misunderstanding had oc

curred and the Star was asked to

give this account of the meeting,
and as the time is limited this report
does not do justice to the proceedings.

The following comprise the members

of the high school orchestra: Director,

Mrs. Cole; first violins, Lyndall Math-;
ev s, Marjorie Burnett, Mary Brooks;

second violins, George.' Hooper, Van

Ferguson;, cornet, RalDh Simmons;

pimo, Marie Mathews: drums, Jack

Williams, Claude Barnett and Wy
cliffe Steele.

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All other Groceries as Low as Good Quality
and Full Weight will allow.
FARMERS' EXCMWGEST0RE
Merchants Block

CANDY SALE OF THE

BUSINESS WOMAN'S CLUB

The members of the Business Wom

an's Club will have on display for sale
tomorrow morning on the Ocala House

purch some of the best home, made

candy This club invites everybody to

attend the sale and judge for them themselves
selves themselves as to the perfection of the

candy.

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BOOK SHOP.

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WHEN CHRISTMAS WAS YOUNG

"CHEER UP, MABEL" COMING

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DECEMBER
Reductions in Furniture

Nothing makes a more appreciated Christmas
Present than Furniture, Rugs and other house household
hold household necessities. For the month of &EpBLK
we offer our entire line at a redn&on ot 10 to 20
per cent lor CASH. We especially invite your
attention to the splendid selections m Art Squares
and Rugs.
THEUS. "BROTHERS'

sOnposito Ocala National Hink
Ocaia

N. Mngnoii:i St.
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Geo. E. Wintz, theatrfcal producer,

struck the keynote to success when he

sent forth for public, approval a new
version of his musical comedy, "Cheer

Up, Mabel," which is coming to the

Temple theater next Monday night

This tuneful musical play holds the

audience with its swinging, lilting

melodies and cleverly handled story

which lends just enough color to its

effective stage settings, to please the
most blaze theater-goer. The capable

cast includes the chic and charming
Nyra Brown as "Mabel Clayton," the

leading role. Miss Brown is a charm

ing little girl, who signs, dances and

gavots about with an abundance of
personality, magnetism and ability

galore. The leading comedy falls to

the lot of John G. Getz, a clever com comedian
edian comedian of wide reputation and in the
comedy role of the "Monkey Man" is
seen at his best. For a hearer view

of the charming beauties of the fem
inine ensemble, a feature of the pro

duction will be a "Jeweled Runway"

extending from the stage over the or
chestra seats in the auditorium.

U. D. C. MEETING

occrv

Ours prices are every-day pr'ce?, nYoie over, every
item carries its own little profit.
LOOK AT THESE PRICES

Dickison Chapter, U. D. C. is meet

ing th.3 afternoon at the home of Mrs
R. G. Blake on -South Fourth street

The notice of the meeting was uhin

tentionaily omitted from Thursday's

paper, and in consequence the atten

dance probably was not as large as

is customary. There will be a f ul

account of the meeting in tomorrow's

pfcper.

12-lb. sack Gold Medal Flour 95c
244b. sack Gold Medal Flour. .$1.85
Rumford Baking Powder, 4-lb.. .c
Rjmford Baking Powder, -lb...l7c
Rumford Baking Powder, 1 lb... ..30c
Maxwell House Coffee 1 lb. tin... 40c
White House Coffee, 1 lb. tin 44c

These are not special prices, every day you'll find
them at
TSiie Little Green Store"
805 South Lime Street
"Where You Get the Rest for Less"

O. H. S. VS. KISSIMMEE

To Understand Mysteries of th Yul
tide, It Is Necessary to Search
Ancient History.

N the midst of t&e rush and

excitement of Christmas
preparations certain ques questions
tions questions will flash across tfc
mind, and we find our selves

wondering why It Is that we do the
very same things Christmas after
Christmas. Why do we hang stock stock-lugs,
lugs, stock-lugs, light Christmas trees, trim ur
homes and have plum pudding 1
To understand the origin of these
customs we must wander far back
Into the forgotten past ages before
Julius Caesar set foot on British soil,
or St Augustine told the story of the
Cross to the men of Kent. Hundreds
of years ago long before the year 1

the ancients, as we call the people
of those times, all worshiped the sun;
the great giver of light and life. In

the month of March they built big

fires to It, asking It to shine upon the

seeds they had planted and warm

them into life. In the autumn they

held another festival, thanking the

sun for the harvest, and again, m the
winter time, they held the greatest
festival of all to celebrate the coming
of the springtime.

In ancient Egypt, In Assyria, In

Greece, on Roman soli and la the

northlands these festivals were cele celebrated
brated celebrated year after year and always

about the same time, the winter one

being held about New Year's time.

Wherever the Roman eagle was
found, this feast was called the Sat Saturnalia
urnalia Saturnalia and It was marked by univer

sal license and good feeling.

All at once Christianity appeared

upon the scene. As the policy of the

early church was to reconcile heathen

converts to the new faith by adopting

some of the heathen customs and fes festivals,
tivals, festivals, the new religion accepted and

retained many, and the result, as la

easily seen, has been the strange

medley of pagan and Christian rites

which we use at, Christmas time to

day. ;

After Britain was Christianized by
the Romans, the Saxons and northern

tribes came, bringing their old north northern
ern northern rites, and as Christianity at last

replaced paganism the Christians kept
the old pagan rites, merely changing

their meaning.

For many years no two lands cele celebrated
brated celebrated the same day as the1 birthday
of Christ. They did not know the
exact day, and we do not know It;
but this date has now become the

most lmDortant one In the world's

history.

The Old Age of Santa Claus.
In 'Anna Farquhars "Convictions'

In The National Magazine, she says:

"Santa Claus totters under his pack.

wearing a long, old face these days.
Probably In his youth he had no Idea
of growing old or departing this life;

therefore when his enthusiasm and
joyousness began to wane unaccount unaccountably,
ably, unaccountably, he must have opined that the
world was tottering not his own gen generous
erous generous throne of life. Nowadays he

creeps down the chimney stealthily as

if somewhat ashamed of his mission

like a polar burglar, and his eight tiny
reindeer make small clatter on the
lawn, for many of their Joy bells have
been lost. When Santa lays a finger

aside of his nose reflectively In our

times, he exclaims, without a bit of

lolly shake below the waist: 'Degen

erates I Degenerates I Has my world

come to such a pass that people wish

to nav me for my presents? Can

be that little children are so surfeited

with toys that ttey stop to ask how

much thev cost before accepting them.

There was little Willie, last year, who

said to his mamma, when he first saw

a beautiful woolly dog, "What's it gol

inetrioi Hnnrtt or money? Don't want

a dog 'nless ifs got somethln' in-j

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Don't Fail to see Our Wonderful Showing of

C H R I S T M A S G I FT S

J Thprp ismnfhin0 thai off nrds mnr& real

pleasure than the Anticipation of making others
happy. In our store will he found just the selec-.

i tion uou will aesire as a nememorance or innst-;

mas for your Friend or Relative. Our stock con-

sists of alarge assortment of Rings, Pins9

Watches, Cut Glass ana Silverware in all
of the latest and most attractive designs.
COMPARE OUR PRICES AND QUALITY
J. E. ALLEM AND,
JE WELER

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Ocala, Florida

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Five Maxwells and Federal Trucks
CASH OR MONTHLY PAYMENTS
BARRY J. BOYLE HARRINGTON RAIL HOTEL

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AFTER a baking falls
jLJl b ecomes tough or
soggy, you can't make it tender,
and tempting. It can't be "fixed."
It is like spilled milk-" wasted."
But, there is a way to prevent
this waste and every woman
should use it because a bake day
loss these days is a real loss. When
just an ordinary : cake turns' out
bad you are out the biggest part
of a dollar.
Calumet Baking Powder positively
prevents failure. It has been doing it
for millions of housewives for a third
of a century.

The Ocala High School basketball

team will leave early in the morning

for Kissimmee, where they will play

he Kissimmee High School team to-
A.

morrow aiternoon. ine line-up ior
Ocala is as follows: Jumping center,

Elizabeth Home; running center,

Mabel Lytle (captain); forwards,
Christine Close and Estelle Wilkes;
guards, Annie MacKay and Clifton

Sexton; subs, Ethel Home, Marie

Ifensley and Marian Meffert. The

girls will make the trip by automo

bile and Miss Mamie Shephard will

act as chaperone.

Games of Heathen Origin

Sugar 10c per pound. Whittington

Phones 377 and 162. 9-3t

ARTICLES FOR SALE

Christmas gifts such as dressed
doUs, aprons, handkerchiefs, etc., are
on display for sale at the pas office. 3t

Crs.ns'3 stationery in boxes or by
r'"r I. Tydinsrs & So., opposite
lh: held. if

Jorlopqzvxwvutsr might try your
ingenuity, but our prices on Ladies'
COATS, HATS, SWEATERS AND
SHOES will make shopping more en-

FISHEL'S. 9-3t

tertaining

A complete line of perfumeries and
tc.ilet accessories. Tydin?3 & Co., op opposite
posite opposite Harrington Hall hotel. tf

We have recently received several

jobs in LADIES' HATS, beautiful

felts, etc., which you can buy cheap

at FISHEL'S. tf

SHERIFF'S SALE

Notice is hereby given that undei
and by virtue of an execution issued
out of and under the seal of the cir circuit
cuit circuit court, dated Dec 3rd. 1920,
wherein W. H. Marsh was plaintiff
and H. A. Kramer defendant, I have
levied upon and will sell to the high highest
est highest and best bidder for cash, in front
of the court house door in the city
of Ocala, on

Monday, the 3rd day of January, 1921,
the following described land in Mar

ion county, Florida, to-wit: The swJ,i

of nw4 and of nw& of sw of
section 11 township 15 ,south, range
21 east, containing 60 acres more or
less To satisfy said execution and

ccsts. J. P. Galloway,
1-3-fri Sheri Marion County, Fla.

MANY of our most famil familiar
iar familiar Christmas games have
a heathen originfi and some of
their requirements once played a
most important part In the
heathen rites and mysteries. Ev Every
ery Every one knows how, when play playing
ing playing the popular Christmas game
of "snap dragon," all other lights
in the room are extinguished
while we try to snatch raisins
from blazing brandy, but prob probably
ably probably few are aware that the
ancient British Druids were ac accustomed
customed accustomed to worship, In a tem temple
ple temple otherwise dark, a flame of
burning spirits Into which they
cast and out of which they
plucked certain sacred objects,
and that they thus performed

g some of the most awful solem solem-g
g solem-g nitles of theirreligion.

The Christmas Season.

Though Christmas seems to gain

rather than lose In popular favor as

the years roll by. yet It la worthy of
note that the Christmas season has
been much curtailed from what It

originally was. For several centuries

it began with the eve of AD Saints'

day or "Hallow eve October 81, and
continued until Candlemas day, Feb

ruary 2. In England It Is now com computed
puted computed only from Christmas eve to
-Twelfth night." January 6, while In

our own country It begins on Christ

mas eve and practically ends on

Christmas night, Yet even now It real

ly begins on December 18, marked In

the church calendar, "O Saplenna,'

from the name cf an anthem cung

durlEs Advent,

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OCALA 0CGURREI1CES

If you have any
phone to five-one.

society items,

Mr. L. S. Light of Reddick was in

to see us today.

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

Here's a Price List that will
interest money savers.

Ivory Soap .................... .8c
V.-St G. White Naptha Soap-. . ..7c
Clean Easy Soap..... .......5c
Eomanzo Bath Tablets. ...... ... .9i

Ivory Soap Flakes . .11c
All 6c. Washing Powders 4c
Green Coffee, per pound. ..... ...17c
Premium Roasted Coffee . ...... 25c
A rbuckles Coffee. ......... ... . 30c
Earrington Hall Coffee .'. .... .50c
A1! Varieties 10c Spices.. ...... ..7c
New Crop Evaporated Apples, N

.20c

Nc. 2 cans Clark,s Cran

berry Sauce

. ..40c

No. 3 cans "Helmet" Pumpkin.... 18c
No. 3 cans "Gold Bar" Spinach. v. 24c

lb ounces

10-ounce "Gold Bar" A spar- ;

agus Tips ... . .... ... .... . .32c

lb. can Gold Bar Asparagus Tips 54c

ir,-oz. can Gold Bar Cherries..'
15-ozcan Gold Bar Peaches ..

1-lb can Libby's Apple Butter.

,.29e

. .29c

..24c

Golden Age Macaroni arid

Spaghetti, 3 packages for. . . .25c

Rex brand Tomato Ketchup ...... 16c

Mother's, Quaker's and

Purity Oats .......... .-v. ..... 14c

12-oz. Jars Assorted Jams .. ,25c

'

Best Blue Rose Rice, lb. ,9c

Sweet Potatoes, peck ..... . . ,35c
No. 2 cans "Headlight" Corn! . .17c
No. 2 Cans But Green Beans. ... .19c

Rex, Armour's and Libby's
Corned Beef, 12 oz. . .
1-lb cans Eagle Brand
Sausage Meat ... ... ....
1 ib. can Red Salmon ......

3-lb. can CRISCO

.... 34c

( . . 39c

i . 38c

, ... .75c

(3-lb. can CRISCO .....
Lard Compound, pound

Sterling silver vanities arid ciga

rette cases at THE BOOK SHOP. x 3t

Mrs. J. I

of 'High Springs

Fussell and two children 1

have, returned to I

their home after a pleasant visit in j
the city, guests of Mrs. FusselPs j

mother and sister, Mrs. J. ii. Uampier
ar.d MrsI E.L1 Harris at their apart apartments
ments apartments on Fort King avenue.

We have a very pretty line ,". of
LADIES' COATS an dour prices are
1-nver than elsewhere. FISHEL'S. tf

DOLLS, DOLLS and then

more dolls at FISHEL'S.

some
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Sugar 10c. per pound. Whittington.

Phones 377 and 162. 9-3t

Mr. Joe Borden of Newberry v is

visiting his Ocala friends.

Don't fail to visit the Guarantee

Jlotbing & Shoe Company. Every

thing .we sell is guaranteed. We're

5 gluing for QUALITY not rices, tf

Seafood, always to be had fresh at

City FISH Market, 9 Ft. King Ave. tf

Miss Clara Smith of Reddick "spent

the day in town; witEr friends

1 If it is service ycu are after and
the choicest meats and fancy : groc groceries,
eries, groceries, just phone 243, Cook's Market
end Grocery. l-10t
, v
Rev. Bunyan Stephens formerly
pastor of the Ocala Baptist church,
but how making his home in Talla Tallahassee,
hassee, Tallahassee, was in Ocala .this morning
greeting his friends. Mr. Stephens
was on his way home from atending
the Baptist convention at Kissimmee.

When Run-Down
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Gifts That Last

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look over the list
And Let us Pot It Away

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Butterfly
SHOP.

gifts at THE

BOOK
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Abruzzi seed rye, $4 per bushel.

Rust proof seed oats, $1.50 per bushel.
Ocala Seed Store. 22-tf ;

If, you are contemplating cut glass

ware as a holiday gift "come in and

see our line. It's complete. Tydings

Co., opp. Harrington hotel tf

See

goods.

Minshall's line of

holiday
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Mr. Hugh-Hale of Brooksville is in

the city on professional business.

sIiss Rose Wolff, who is attending

the : Elizabeth Mather school in At-

anta,- arrived in the city yesterday

to spena tne uiristmas nonaays at

home with her parents, Mr. and Mrs.

Willjam' Wolff.' Miss Wjplff came home

s6mewhat earlier than she expected

on account of sickness, but her friends

will be glad to learn that she is not

ill enough, to be confined to her room.

Lamp shades in silk and parchment
at THE BOOK SHOP. 3t

Don't eat "soggy" bread when you

can get the best made at the same

pnee. Federal Bakery. 8-6t

Mr. T. L. Neely's friends are glad
tt see him out again after several

days of illness.; -i--..., .- .. v-. A.

. . p $1.49

. ........ 16c

There is nothing closer to a man

ithan his "Underwear," and there is

Many other items at Money-Saving Prices.

' CHRISTMAS GOODIES
Citron Figs Dates Seedless Raisins
. Curraiits Apples Cranberries
Nuts of all kinds
Mince Meat Celery Candy
Shop Early while our stock is complete

Mitt

mm

that at FISHEL'S.

Madame Hendren

BOOK SHOP.

dolls at

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THE

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Mr. W. M. Holloway, connected with

the office of the state hotel inspector.

is in the city, p-i;

Columbus, Ga. "For about two
years I suffered and became run rundown.
down. rundown. I wa3 nervous and would
be so weak I could not get up in
the morning; my back ached all
the time and so badly that I could
not stoop at all. I also suffered
with, pains in my side. I tried
many medicines but did not get
better. I had gotten to be a
'physical wreck when I began taking
Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription,
and by the time I had taken two
bottles I was cured of my ailment
and felt like a new vror ian. ; I have
never su f f e r e d- since with thi3
trouble Mrs. Anna.Middixion,
No. 2244 First Avenue. :x

Gcd looks in woman do nofc
depend upon ag, but upon heal th.
You never a good-looking
woman Trho is waak, run-dowu.
Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescrip Prescription
tion Prescription is the best women's tonio
there is. It is SO years old, and
its age testifies to its goodness.

O, GIRLS, have you seen those new

SPORT HATS at FISHEL'S? 9-3t

"See' Minshall's

feoods. i

line of

holiday
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Marion S. Conyers, aged 39, died

at his home in Citra .this morning- at

3 -o'clock after a short illness : He. is

survived by his wife and two daugh

tors. The funeral services will be

held from the-residence' this afternoon

at. 3 o'clock, and interment will be

made in the. Citra cemetery. Pyles
i' Perkins have charge of the funeral

arrangements., ;

Ivory arid PY-RA-lN toilet sets;
also single pieces. Tydings & Co. tf

1919 five-passenger Buick, five
tires (3 cords) Spencer-Pedrick Motor
Co t 7-tf

Mrs. F. G. B. Weihe-has returned
home from a. pleasant .visit with Miss
Hattie Webb at Kendrick.

You can save the worry arid the care,
And' have lots 'of time to spare,
If within the Xmast season v

You will listen to some reason,
And be guided by our offer'
That every, day -we proffer,
By the store of FRIENDLY Wishes,
Which is known everywhere as
9-3t "FISHEL'S.".;

W -' J i W w

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v "Go to FISHEL'S" was written a
friend by a "party who recently went

o Chicago, "and .buy me that ador

able little HAT and .express it to me

f.t once. - tf

See our Butterfly window.'
POOK SHOP.

THE
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Opposite Mclver & MacKay Stores

iicscl

2000

15.00 s

Tire Prices Ms

5 DIAMOND Non-Skid, 30x3.
old price $23 80, now..:.
DIAMOND Plain, 30x3?,
' old orice $17.60, now-....

; 5,000 Mile Guarantee
FEDERAL, FKK AND DIAMOND TUBES ;
Our Repair Department in) charge of all-round
mechanics. Expert Generator and Radiator man.
. M G A E A E
JAS. ENGESSER, Proprietor
Plioric 258 West Broadway

THE -'WMDSOR HOTEL

When you are dc.rjj your holiday
sl-opping look orir our line of import imported
ed imported and omesfic hair brushes. Tydings

& Co., epp. Ilsnicgton Hall hotel, tf

Miss Claudia O'Neal cf Ocala is the

attractive guest cf Miss Louise Nixon,
at her home No. 110 Central avenue
for several days. Tampa Tribune.

JACOB'S SUPERB CANDIES in

holiday boxes. Prices from 5c. to $25.
Anti-Monopoly Drug Store exclusive
agent. - 3-10t

We always carry a nice line of

Men's Trousers. FISHEL'S. tf

Judge Smith has made another

couple happy, joining in, wedlock in
his office yesterday, Mr. Jos. B. Dean

and Miss Mary Rebecca Barton, both
of Dunnellon. 1

If your grocer doesn't supply you

with FEDERAL bread, let us serve
you at the bakery, Ocala 1 House

block. 8-6t

BABY
SHOP.

DOLLS at THE

BOOK

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Miss Sarah Agnew returned ito her
home in Jacksonville this afternoon

alter a pleasant six weeks' visit in the

city, a guest at the home of her sis

tcr Mrs. J. Carstens. ?;

Beautiful line new
THE BOOK SHOP.

stationery at

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Mrs. Paul Morehouse and son, Paul

of Redbanks, N. J., have arrived in

the city for a several months' visit

Mrs. Morehouse came especially to
make the acquaintance of .herlittle

niece, Meda Emily, the lovely infant

daughter of Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Van
Osten, who was named Emily for Mrs.

Morehouse and Meda for Mrs. Van

Osten's sister. Mrs. Moreho.use and

on and Mrs. Morehouse's mother,

Mrs. Rider are making, their home in

apartments at the residence of Mr,

and Mrs. C. C. Bryan.

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Waterman's Ideal Fountain Pens at

Gerig's Drug Store. tf

Meet me at the American Cafe,
Union Station, Ocala. for a regular
dinner family style. v Best dirmer in
the state for 75c. Eat and drink all
you want. Time for dinner 11 a. m. to
2:30 p. m. tf

. Sugar 10c. per pound. Whittington.
Phones 377 and 162. 9-3t

.-NOTICE
Notice is hereby given to all cred

itors, fceirs-at-law, devisees' and lega-

ees, and all other persons liaving

claims or demands against the estate
of J. I. Whittington, deceased, to pre

sent the' same to the undersigned ad administrator,
ministrator, administrator, duly proven, within two
years from this date.

This December 2, 1920.
E. I. Whittington,
Postoffice Administrator.
R. F. D. No. 2, Micanopy, Fla. 9-fri

We are showing the finest line or
Perfume Sets, both Domestic and Im Imported,
ported, Imported, that we have ever carried.

Bought direct and the prices ere right.

Gerig's Drug Store.

CANE SYRUP Parties desiring
Florida cane syrup put up in their own
vessels, direct from the kettle, will
please communicate with nie at once,
either by mail or phone. L. L. Priest,
Anthony, Fla. 7-3t

BUY CHRISTMAS SEALS ONE

CENT EACH, $1 PER HUNDRED

Every one you
buy helps to
fight tubercu tuberculosis.
losis. tuberculosis. One mil mil-1
1 mil-1 i on persons
are afflicted
with a c ti v e
tuberculosis.

HEALTHY NEW YEAR There are per

haps one million inactive cases which

rwill become active cases unless neces

sary precautions are taken Every
seal unsold helps 'tuberculosis.

Auto Repairing
EFFICIENT WORKMEN,
. PR03IPT SERVICE

REASONABLE CHARGES

..... i

U JACKSONVILLE, liORIDA
In the heart of the city with Hemming 'Park, for a front yard.
Every modern convenience in each room. Dining room service la
second to none 7 y

ROBERT M. MEYER,
Manager.

J. E. KAVANAUGH
Proprietor.

Complete line of school supplies al always
ways always on hand at Tydings & Co. tf

Don't find fault with your shoes if
your feet give you any trouble. The
fault may be with your feet. Have
them examined by the foot specialist.
M. M. Little, graduate-practipedist. tf
The motto of our prescription de department
partment department is "Quick Service" and the
pi ices are always reasonable. Tydings
A Co., opp. Harrington Hall hotel, tf

We. repair all makes of cars and
specialize on Maxwell, Chalmers and

Oakland autos.

y

The Thursday afternoon auction

club held,, its regular weekly meeting
yesterday afternoon with Miss Minnie

Gamsby, at her home. Playing with ji
the club were Mrs. Frederick Hocker M
and Mrs. H. L. Borland. Mrs. F. H.JH

Logan' and Mrs. George Robinson

were the most successful players,

making the highest scores, and were
rewarded with appropriate prizes.
Just .before the guasts departed the
hostess served refreshments, and the

afternoon spent with Miss Gamsby
vas a most pleasant one. Miss Abbie

Munroe will entertain the club at its

next meeting.

The Ocala Jewelers

Hamilton Watches
Waltham Watches
Elgin Watches;
. Standard Watches
, Lancet Watches
Imported Watches
Wrist Watches in White,
Gold, Green and Red
Diamond Rings
Ruby Rings
Sapphine Rings in Blue, Pink,
White and Golden
Pearl Rings
Emerald Rings
Cameo Rings, all kinds
Opal Rings
Topaz Rings
Emblem Rings, all orders
BROOCHES: Diamonds and
; Platinum, Cameos and
Others, a Large
. Asortment
BAR PINS: Gold, Silyer,
Platinoid, etc. Fine
. Assortment
Cuff Buttons and Link,s all
Kinds
Collar Pins ,v
Beauty and Dress Pins
Lingerie Clasps
Bib Holders
. Bracelets t
Tie Clasps
Collar Pins, Gold and Silver
Hat Pins
LaValierres in Platinum,
. Diamonds and all Kinds
and Shapes
Necklaces and Lockets x
s Crosses c
Vanity Cases
Mesh Bags, Soldered Links
Umbrellas,, Ladies and Gents
Silver andGold Belt Buckles
Belts, the Best Leather
Sheaffer Fountain Pens, the
Best Pen on the Market
Ever-Sharp Tencils
Gold Handle Pocket Knives
Pearl Handle Pocket Knives
Vest Chains
Coat and Waldemar Chains
Fobs, all Kinds
Community Silver, Every
Thing
Cut Glass, the Prettiest Line
Vases, Large Selection
Water Sets;
G las ware, Large Line
Plateaus
Manicure Sets, Large and
Small
Gorham Sterling Silver
Clocks, Mantel, Traveling
, and Alarm
Harmonicas
Chests of Silver, Sterling
and Plate
Child's Sets and Cups
Dorine Boxes
Pearls, La Tausca, Delta and
' Richelieu
Thimbles
Ingersoll Watches
Optical Goods of all Kinds in
- Charee of the Eye
Specialist,
Dr. K. J. Weihe
We feel that we have the
largest and best line- of goods
in Ocala. Come and look
them over, and let us help
you make your Christmas se selection
lection selection now.

Sri
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UNCLASSiFiED
ADVERTISEMENTS
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 RENT Several large and com comfortable
fortable comfortable furnished rooms. Apply

504 Oklawaha avenue. 7-Ct

11

FOR SALE Two commercial Dodge

atuomobiles, Experss bodies.' Apply
to E. C. Jordan & Co., Ocala. 7-Ct

FOR RENT Three rooms for light

housekeeping. Apply at 34 North
- Sanchez St., or phone 23S.XS 7-3t

TABBAGE' 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

WANTED To hire auto trucks and

team to naul mocks Ob incnes long,
Dyhe cord or block; good pay. See
Fred J. Bairdj, four miles south on
Dixia Highway. 9-3t

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WANTED A good farmer to farm

on shares. Also would like to plant
ten, fifteen or twenty acres of cats
on shares. I have good land near
town. W. D. Carn. 15-tf

LAKE WEIR Two completely fur- j

nished cottages' for sale at Woodj
mar, Eastlake;, running water, lath
room, toilet, acetylene gas, two bed bedrooms
rooms bedrooms in each house. For prices and

particulars,

row, Box 581

apply to
i; Ocala,

D. S.
Fla.

Wood-20-tf

1HERO-COLA WOODY ARD We are
prepared to furnish oak or. pine
wood for either stove or fireplace
on short notice. We deliver your

money's worth promptly. Give us a
1 t TI 1 TTT; J J

inai oraer. nero-coia noouyara,
phone 167. 26-ln

FOR SALE High grade, slightly
used piano at a bargain. Will ar arrange
range arrange terms to responsible party.
Address C. V. Fuller, care the.
Ctar. ' 4-Ct

FOR SALE A six-room cottage,
modern conveniences, on S. Third
street. Cheap and terms if desired.
Communicate with owner, box 609,
city. G-Ct

I OR SALE Heavy white iron bed bedstead
stead bedstead and spring, dresser and heat heater.
er. heater. Phone-332 or call at 805 Tus Tus-cawilla
cawilla Tus-cawilla for further information. 3t

3

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WEIHE CO.

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THE OCALA JEWELERS,
Ocala, Fla.

Dr. 'Charles Watson Moremen,
Dental Surgeon
'Commercial Bank Building, Ocala,
1 la. Office phone 211; residence
rhone 298. 7-tf

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Gifts That Last

99

There are gifts that make us happy,

There are gifts that make up mad,
But the GIFTS we buy from Fishel's,
Arejhe GIFTS that always make 'em
glad. ; ; 9-3t

GEO. J. WILLIAMS
Formerly Carroll Motor Company
A.?--";, Garage, Osceola St.
v Phone.. Night Phone 408

- fjfc Jm f 4VU AAAUg Al Will
'S? a number of causes, gen-
fcverallv vields immediatelv

Ingersoll Watches at Gerig's Drug

Store. tf

Set
goods.

Minshall's line, of

holiday

9-3t

GeoJ

acKay I Co. 1

WANTED Ten common laborers for
work in crate factory at Oak, Flor

ida. 6-6t
1

FOR RENT Light housekeeping

apartments, furnished or unfur unfurnished.
nished. unfurnished. 'Apply at 24 Uay street for
further information. G-3t

WANTED Cheap for cash, incubator
and brooder. Must' be In first class
condition. Fred J. Burden, Em Emporia,
poria, Emporia, Fla. 7-St

WANTED Wood cook-stove.
26.

Phone
9-3t

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

Funeral Directors
end Emb aimers
Two licensed Embalmers
i Motor Funeral Cars
Private Morgue and Chapel
Day Phone 47
Night Phones 305 and 431
C. V." Roberts, Manager

FOR SALE Comfortable four-room
cottage, good lot, lights and water,
two blocks from union depot oh N.
Magnolia St., $1000. "Hall knows
where money grows." James Hall,
Florida House, Ocala, Flal It

FOR SALE Few choice Parson

Brown and kumquat buds, supply
limited. James Hall, Florida House,
Ocala, Fla. it

LIFE

FIRE

Victor records for
THE BOOK SHOP.

Christmas at
9-3t

ss? -erally yields immediately
srr to the influence of skil-

.WpxV fuUy fitted glasses.

DR. K. J. WEIHE,
Optometrist and Optician
Eyesight Specialist

Don't fa"il to visit the Guarantee
Clothing & Shoe Company. Every Everything
thing Everything we sell is guaranteed. We're

ghting fop QUALITY not prices, tf I

A. E. GERIG
INSURANCE
Ocala, Florida
ACCIDENT AUTOMOBILE

i The road to success Is advertising.

Guth's,. Liggett's and Nunnally's

Candies, all sizes from lialf -pound to

ten-pound boxes. Gerig's Drug Store.

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ALL WORK GUARANTEED
Estimates Furnished Free '

Phone No. 526. 215 W. Cth St., Ocala

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VULCAMIZIMG
Make it your chief aim to come to see
us. Our work is guaranteed.

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PHONE
Corner Main ar.d

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Oklawaha

To the aesthetic discriminating
shopper we recommend a BOX OF
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