The Ocala evening star

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Title:
The Ocala evening star
Uniform Title:
Ocala Evening Star
Alternate Title:
Evening star
Star
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v. : ; 61 cm.
Language:
English
Publisher:
Porter & Harding
Place of Publication:
Ocala, Fla.
Ocala Fla
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Frequency:
daily (except sunday)
daily
normalized irregular

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Newspapers -- Ocala (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Marion County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Marion -- Ocala
Coordinates:
29.187778 x -82.130556 ( Place of Publication )

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Dates or Sequential Designation:
Began in 1895; ceased in 1943.
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Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 5 (June 24, 1895).
Funding:
Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: Project #00110855

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University of Florida
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WEATHER FORECAST
TEMPERATURE
Fair and warmer to tonight;
night; tonight; Sunday increas increasing
ing increasing cloudiness and warm warmer,
er, warmer, becomin?? unsettled.
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This morning, 36.
This afternoon, 60.
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VOL.26.
OCALA, FLORIDA, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 1 1. 15)20
NO. 297
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Aa They See Their Lost Property
Causing Disagreement Among
the Allies

(Associated Press
'-. Washington, Dec 11 Acting Sec Secretary
retary Secretary of State Davis today conferred
with President Wilson, principally it
is understood on the disagreement of
the five great powers over disposition
ol former German cables.
A SHORT RECESS
The House voted to curtail the
Christmas recess to take up the an annual
nual annual appropriation "bills, adjourning
December 23rd and reassembling : the
following Monday.
THE POWER WILSON NEEDS
'
A resolution requesting President
Wilson to appoint an American repre representative
sentative representative to meet the, league of na nations
tions nations commission considering disarm disarmament
ament disarmament was presented in the Senate to today
day today by Senator Walsh, democrat, of
Montana.
THE THREE COLONIALS
. The trio of Colonial hotel and
apartment houses on North Magnolia
and North Orange, streets is doing
quite a lot toward housing the numer numerous
ous numerous guests Ocala has, especially dur during
ing during the winter.
The Colonial, formerly the Glen Glen-wood,
wood, Glen-wood, and before that the Central ho hotel,
tel, hotel, at the corner of North Magnolia
and East Adam's, is one of the oldest
hotels in 'town, and has always been
well patronized. It is now. Colonial I.
In addition to its well-fitted rooms, it
contains the kitchen and dining room.
0 Colonial II. is the big building next
west to the first Colonial, v It was
formerly the McGrath residence, and
of late years has been used as an an annex
nex annex to the Colonial, its large number
' of comfortable rooms nearly always
, being filled It particularly bears the
name of the Wisteria.
The third Colonial is the house on
the northwest corner of Orange and
West Adams. It is an old-fashioned,
solidly built and comfortable house.
and thirty years ago was one of
Ocala's best residences. For a num number
ber number of years it housed the Marion
county hospital. It flas been over overhauled,
hauled, overhauled, modern conveniences put in
and is now a very comfortable room rooming
ing rooming house. ; ;-
Mr. and Mrs. R. E.Layton, who
have managed the Colonial with suc success
cess success a number of years, celebrated the
opening of the third Colonial Friday
evening by giving their guests and a
number of their friends an open-air
banquet in the yard. As is well known,
two fine, liveoak trees stand in the
third Colonial yard, between the house
and Mrs. Gates' residence. Under
these was prepared a first-rate bar barbecue,
becue, barbecue, with a big potf ull of barbecue
hash, a large table was loaded down
with other good things and a big pot
filled with coffee was refilled as fast
as it could be emptied. A blazing fire
not only gave light but warmth, as
the evening air had just enough nip j
to make one want to snuggle.
- Mr. and Mrs. Layton and Mrs. Lay- ?
ton's sister, Mrs. Davis, greeted their
guests heartily and then kept busy
seeing that everybody was well sup sup-'
' sup-' plied with the good chuck.. Mrs. Lay Lay-ton
ton Lay-ton used the regular Colonial staff of
cooks ana waiters in preparing the
repast and they were certainly on to
their job.
' After everybody had ben filled to
the ears, a good many drew up seats
some chairs but mostly 'boxes
around the fire, and had a social hour.
The occasion was indeed a success,
and all left with sincere thanks to
their hosts.! i
Butterfly gifts at THE BOOK
SHOP. 7-6t
Victor records! for Christmas at
THE BOOK SHOP. 9-3t
The young people of the Epworth
League will have. charge of the eve evening
ning evening services at the Methodist church
Sunday. Be sure and hear their dis discussion
cussion discussion on "To the Work." All in in-viated.
viated. in-viated. The truck which was burned on the
Xendrick hardroad belonged to Mr.
J. J. Hill, a farmer who lives on the
Dunnellon road. It was a Chevrolet
truck and was insured with Mr. A, O.
Harris s.
See Minshall's, line of holiday

goods.

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Surgeon General Cu mm in gs of Public
Health Service Recommends Re Relief
lief Relief for Our Sick Soldiers

(Associated Press)
". Wash ington, Dec., 1 1 .Additional
hospital facilities for the treatment of
former service men and women and
the appointment of an administrative
head for the three major agencies; the
war risk insurance bureau, the fed federal
eral federal board for vocational training and
the public health service, were recom recommended
mended recommended to Congress in the annual re report
port report of Dr. Cumminjjs, surgeon gener general
al general of the public health service, made
public today.
The surgeon general reiterated the
firm belief that an adequate hospital
construction program should be un
dertaken by the government for the
care of ex-service men and women,
who will require treatment for a long
time.
MEETING OF THE COMMANDER?
At a. .meeting of the Ocala Com Com-mandery'No.
mandery'No. Com-mandery'No. 19, last night, the fol following
lowing following officers were elected for the
ensuing year:
B. C. Webb, eminent' commander.
A. L. Lucas, generallismo.
H. S. Wesson, captain-general.
J. R. Dey, senjor warden.
V. II. Shaw, junior warden.
C. E. Simmons, treasurer.
. B. L. Adams, recorder. v
After v.the meeting had adjourned,
all the members in attendance went
to Temple's restaurant and enjoyed
ai. oyster supper.
HIT HIM TOO HEAVY
Eckhart, Md., Dec. 11. Mickey
Shannon who died as a result of in
juries sustained iri a boxing bout in
Jersey City wa&- buried here today.
Sugar 10c per pound. Whittington.
l'hones 377 and 162. 9-3t
We have recently received several
jobs in LADIES' HATS, beautiful
felts, etc., which you can buy cheap
at FISHEL'S. tf
; Waterman fountain pens at THE
BOOK SHOP.. 9-3t
At 3 :30 Monday afternoon at the
Eaptist church, the W. M. U. will meet
for business and mission study. Every
woman, in the church is urged to at attend,
tend, attend, and any one having, a Christmas
present for a 15-year-old" girl at the
orphanage, is requested to bring it.
The Christmas box will De sent next
week.'
, Ingersoll Watches at Gerig's Drug
Store. tf
Sugar 10c. per pound. Whittington.
Phones 377 and 162. , 9-3t
HONOR ROLL
The following is the honor roll of
the Ocala High School for the third
month:
Fourth Grade:: Leroy Pitts, J. B.
Smith, Eva Brooks, Frances Ballard,
Gladys Peebles, Fairey Savage, Mary
Troxler, Garnet Griffith, William Ed Edwards,
wards, Edwards, Paul Theus,, Elizabeth Dick Dickson.
son. Dickson.
Fifth Grade: Mildred McClendon,
Leon Goldman, Jim Cox, Andrey Con Con-drey,
drey, Con-drey, Lillian Leak, Cora Mae "Pillans,
Herbert Jones, Edward Helvenston,
Barnard Spencer, Dasibel Clement.
Sixtbr Grade: Bob Camp, Fran2
Ditto, Harry Shephard, Lanas Trox Troxler,
ler, Troxler, Harry McDavid Harold Knight,
William Drake, Dora Burnett, Jessie
Clayton, Johanna Tobleske, Lucille
Home, Anita Chazal, Johnnie Lou
Potter, Amy Long, Babette Peyser,
Martha Preer, Cucretia Hocker, Eve Evelyn
lyn Evelyn Wagner, Frances Clark, Mamie
Sue Spencer, Herbert Meadows, Ed Edward
ward Edward Brown.
Seventh Grade: Francis Greene,
James Hardee, Carrie Brooks, Sara
Scott, H. M. Baxter, Myra; Baxter,
Mabel Tobleske, Louise Clement, Paul
Ashworth, Maude Gary, Marie Snow Snow-den.
den. Snow-den. Eighth Grade: Milton Hennesy,
Ruth Lawrence, Vidlet Jones, Clara
Hogan, Pauline Shafer, Pearl Wilson,
Emily Billings, Theresa Condrey,
Louie Smoak, Willma Shephard, Nell
Wallis, Ruth Collins.
High School:. Mar jo rie Burnett,
Charlotte Chazal, Margaret Gerig,
Karl Henderly, Helen Leitner, Mary
Carolyn Logan, Elizabefh Murray,
Mildred Baxter, Margaret Hocker,
Edith Edwards, George Hooper, Wal Walter
ter Walter Troxler, Annie Rooney.

In Spite of Allied Opposition, He will
Soon be on his Way to
v Athens

' Lucerne, Dec. 11. (Associated
Press). Official notification of the
result of the plebiscite in Greece and
an invitation to re-ascend the Greek
throne immediately have been receiv received
ed received by King Constantine.
WILL ARRIVE NEXT, WEEK
Paris, Dec. 11. Constantine leaves
Lucerne Monday, arriving in Athens
late next week, according to an
Athens dispatch.
BOMBS EXPLODE AT BUCHAREST
'Paris, Dec. 11. Bucharest, the-Ru
manian capital, is under martial law!
as a result of disorders culminating
in the bomb explosion in' the Senate.
; ALBANIA SHAKEN UP
Rome, Dec.' 11. All the villages ini
the 'Tepeleni .district ; of southern Al Albania,
bania, Albania, were destroyed by a violent
earthquake, according to newspaper
despatches. Two hundred people were
killed and 15,000 are homeless.1
, BOMBS, NOT BICYCLES
Dublin Dec. ll. A plant for the
manufacture of bombs was discovered
in a. bicycle; shop, the police seizing
large quantities of ammunition, ar arresting
resting arresting three men and wounding one.
SOCIALIST MEETING SHATTER-
ED V
Tokio, Dec. 11. The first meeting
of socialists in Japan was broken up
by the police.
COTTAGE FOR SALE
A well located cottage of five or six
rooms, all modern conveniences, best
part of town; close in. A big bar-
gain. Apply to R. R. Carroll, 'owner,
city. 6-6t
; ;
WANTED Small cottage or sev several
eral several rooms for housekeeping' at
once. Address "Rooms," care the
Ocala Evening Star. 9-3t
Guth's, Liggeit's and Nunnally's
Candies, all sizes from half -pound to
ten-pound boxes. Gerig's Drug Store.
For the jrery best stationery, Jook j
1 1 our stock of Symphcny Lawn.
Cerig's Drug Store. tf

ANNOUNCEMENT

Persistent rumor is that in the transfer of Mr. Mclvers interest in the
firm of "Mclver & MacKay to'myself, that the Undertaking and Embalming
Department was reserved by Mr. Mclver and later that Mr. Roberts .and
Mr. Spencer leaving us, that we are going out of the business and that we
were no longer to handle this line.
In justice "and good -will to all concerned I wish to definitely deny all
such false rumors and reports, and announce- to the public that I bought
out my partner's interest in the firm of Mclver & MacKay and with it the
Lndertaking Department and that we have -been running it for the last
three months. That instead of selling out or going out for any cause
whatsoever that my company intends to. go in for the-best and most up-to-date
possible business and service methods in Undertaking and Em Embalming
balming Embalming and at the closest possible prices consistent with good service.
To this end we have secured the services of Mr. G. B. Overton, as Man Manager,
ager, Manager, Embalmer and Funeral Director. Mr. Overton comes to us with the
ery best and highest credentials as a man of over 20 years professional
rxperience as Funeral Director, a graduate of the Massachusetts College
of Embalming, with a complete and full course in demi-surgery. He was
for 15 years with prominent funeral directors in Virginia, Georgia and
Florida and now holding Georgia and Florida licenses, a native of North
Carolina, member of the Baptist church, also I. O. O. F. and K. of P. The
public can rest assured of pleasing manners and courteous and efficient
cervices when he is called upon.
; GEORGE MacKAY & COMPANY;
. x Per George MacKay.

MONDAY and TUESDAY
SPECIALS
FEPPERELL SEAMLESS SHEETS 1
81 x 90, $3 yalues.... $1.75
72 x 90, $2.50 Values $1.50
DONT MISS THIS CHANCE

Why Pay More?

In Suppressing Opium Traffic; Also
in the Reduction of Arma-
" -:"; raents

Associated Press)
Geneva, Dec. 11. The commission
cn technical organizations has invited
the United States name members of
an international advisory committee
to study the question of the opium
traffic.
, The committee on armaments rec recommended
ommended recommended disarmament in three
stages; first, an agreement between
the powers not to make further in increases
creases increases in armaments; second, grad gradual
ual gradual reduction; third, 'complete disarm disarmament
ament disarmament except for necessary police
purposes.
A HINT TO AMERICA
Japan cannot reduce her armament
as long as the United States is in increasing
creasing increasing hers, Viscouiit Ishii, a dele delegate
gate delegate to the league assembly declared.
'.- ,
RUSSIANS IN CHINA
FACE A SAD SITUATION
Peking, Novell Russians in China
ere having a difficult time in estab establishing
lishing establishing their status and rights since
the Chinese government severed rela relations
tions relations with the legation which repre represented
sented represented the government of the late
Russian Empror Nicholas. This left
them without representation, since
the Chinees government has not es established
tablished established diplomatic relations with the
roviet government of Russia.
The condition in which- the Russians
are placed by this turn of events is
illustrated by the fact that the mili mili-taiy
taiy mili-taiy governor of the northern pro province
vince province of Manchuria has asked the Chi Chinese
nese Chinese government whether Russian of offenders
fenders offenders are now liable to the death
I't'nalty like the Chinese, since the
governor understood that Russian of offenders
fenders offenders were amenable to Chinese
law. The question was" referred to
these Chinese ministry of justice and
tho foreign office for consideration.
To the aesthetic discriminating
shopper we recommend a BOX OF
EVERWEAR SOX for an Xmas pres present.
ent. present. At FISHEL'S. We also take
lorfois for the new Yarn Hose so
r-'uch m vorye.
tf
Get the habit of reading the ads.

Greatest Annual Convention of En Enthusiasts
thusiasts Enthusiasts for the Sport in Ses Session
sion Session in New York

(Associated Press)
New York, Dec. 11. The greatest
baseball convention in history opened
here today with representatives pres present
ent present from all professional branches of
the game, lomplete reorganization
of government and formulation of a
new national agreement are on the
program.
WORK OF MRS. MOORHEAD.
' FOR THE CITRUS EXCHANGE
' Mrs. Caroline Moorhead leaves Sun Sunday
day Sunday for Washington, Boston and
other cities in the north in the inter interest
est interest of the Florida Citrus Exchange,
for which she has been successfully
demonstrating Florida citrus fruits in
many cities throughout the country.
The current issue of the Florida
Grower contains several pages telling
of the remarkable success that Mrs.
Moorhead is meeting with and the
following extracts are taken from the
article:
"The Georgia State Fair, recently
closed at Sa'vannah, had as an impor important
tant important feature an interesting 'Sealsweet'
exhibit botth, with a grapefruit dem demonstration
onstration demonstration conducted for the exchange
ty Mrs .Caroline Moorhead. The botth
attracted much attention and the
demonstration received much interest
from the women in attendance.
' "Mrs- Moorhead also has been con conducting
ducting conducting demonstrations on grapefruit
in connection with an exchange ex exhibit
hibit exhibit booth this week at the State Fair
at Jacksonville, and later will lem lem-enstrate'
enstrate' lem-enstrate' at the MidWinter Fair at
Orlando and the South Florida Fair

at Tampa. Among other activities, jnng are the names of the offi office
ce office is scheduled to visit a large num- 'cer8 elected at Friday il)ghVa mee.
ber of women s c .lieges and normal fing of the Woodmen of the World and
schools where domestic science is ho win be installed on the night of
criven particular r.ttpntirin in manv ,i n i

many
sections of the country. Her demon
strations and lectures before such
classes have aroused much attention,
and many schools are bidding for her
attendance. In getting across the
message of Sealsweet grapefruit to
such gatherings, Mrs. Moorhead per performs
forms performs a doubly valuable service be because
cause because most of the women thus being
taught in turn become or. already are,
teachers in various forms of school
work, who may pass along to others

rne Knowledge tney tnus .lave gained." .Qcala Seed Store. 22-tf
Concerning the exhibits at Savati-
rah, the Savannah News had the foPV gee M5nshairs linc' of holiday
lowing to say: foods 9-3t
"In response to a special request )
the Florida Citrus Exchange has ar- CHRISTMAS ORANGES
ranged for a display table in the din-j ,'
mg room of the Savannah hotel to- j Those wishinff Christmas boxes
night. A salad course will be served packed out of my fruit, ?nust file their
complimentary to all visitors. In- j orders with me on or before, Monday
sbuction in the preparation of all J evening. Price per box $3.50. The
fruit dishes on display will be" given packing house will close Wednesday
any one interested. The Savannah i unt;i after the holidays.

iiotei mvitea any one interested
this display to look over the many f
attractive dishes. The exhibit of the
Worida Citrus. Exchange at the fair j
grounds has attracted many visitors,
and Mrs. Moorhead, who is in, 'charge
ct the exhibit, has given instructions
in the preparation of the attractive
dishes of Sealsweet grapefruit on ex exhibition.
hibition. exhibition. Mrs. Moorhead is a firm
believer in the use of fruit as a health
food, and in the large food value of
fresh fruit."
The Times-Union gave a lengthy
description of the booth in charge of
Mrs. Moorhead at the Jacksonville
fair and spoke of it as one of the
most admired booths at the fair. Fol Following
lowing Following is an extract from the Times Times-Union:
Union: Times-Union: "Ifi addition, Mrs. Moorhead gives
housekeepers many new secrets and
shows also how the fruits should be
handled and prepared and what im implements
plements implements to use and how to handle
them. Wnile recently in Savannah in
cne of the large hotels as a guest, she
was asked by the manager if she
would condescend to give some of her
valuable tips to his chef. Tp this she
agreed, with the stipulation' that the
other big chefs of that city be invited
to a demonstration, which was done
with the result that several hours
- ere most profitably spent and that
now in all. of the hotels there citrus
fruits are served as a result of this
meeting."
If it is service ycu are after and
the choicest meats and fancy groc groceries,
eries, groceries, just phone 243, Cook's Market
nd Grocery. l-10t

Is Going to Have a Hand in Framing
America's Foreign Policy
for Harding

(Associated Press) 5
Marion, Dec. .11. Colonel George
Harvey, the well known published,
conferred with Senator Harding today
on the new American foreign policy,
including the formation of an associa association
tion association of nations. -''
HE'S WORSE THAN HARVEY
Harding has invited William Jen Jennings
nings Jennings Bryan to confer with him on the
association of nations.
ARE TRYJNG TO GET
MENDENHALL OUT
(Tampa Tribune)
Tallahassee, Dec. 10. Application
was. today made to the state board of
pardons, by interested parties, for the
presentation of the case of J. J. Men--dcnhalj,
convicted in Pinellas county
several years ago of the murder of
two women. The board set Wednes Wednesday,
day, Wednesday, Dec. 29, as the date for the hear hearing.
ing. hearing. ;.
A strong effort will be made for a
pardon or, a parole for MendenhallK
and it is understood that the opposi opposition,
tion, opposition, will be equally as determined.
The case is one of the most famous
in the criminal annals 6f Florida and
the action of the board on the appli application
cation application will doubtless be awaited with
interest throughout the state.
CHILDREN'S DRESSES reduced
to about half-price. FISHEL'S, tf
Sugar 10c. per pound. Whittington.
Phones 377 and 162. 9-3t
WOODMEN OFFICERS
- .i L sprrm.- TTriHav in Janiiarv:
j '
J. C. Bray, P. C. C.
H. B. Baxter, C. C.
W. W. Vaughn, A. L.
"W. H. McConn, banker.
C. K. Sage, clerk.
W. L. Colbert, escort. w
W. S.-Bray, watchman.
A. L. Strickland, sentry.
J. C. Bray, auditor.
Abruzzi seed rye, $4 per bushel.
!-Rust pr00f seed oats $1.50 per bushel.
S. T. Sistrunk.
Gifts That Last"
JEWELRY
The Gift Supreme
My stock is complete and I invite
your inspection.
1 am offering a liberal discount for
cash from now to December 15th."
JCharles Smith
The Jeweler 8c Watchmaker
West Side Courthouse Square
OCALA, FLORIDA

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OCALA EVENING STAR, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 11, 1920

The Doctor's Wife

By Mary Graham Bonner

CE HAD married hyr In the
jTtf first place of all oecam-e

of her lovely, low voice.
There had lleen other
reasons too l.er srood

looks, her smile, her com- j
nion sense, hut mainly and j

4"pi had drawn him to j

jj-ffr her had heen her voice. ;

It had seemed during j
those first years of his practicing and j
trying to make headway in a seeming-

ly unresponsive city, that voices would
drive him mad, wailing, complaining,
whimpering always discontented.
Even when he met women socially
he felt they refrain!' from telling
him anything hut a sorrowful tale of

rrieTTi!ete.
.s for nis w'.e sfie understood.
She smiled at the poor excuses they
mado to come and see him. of the

Jealousy they
showed of e a c h
other, .of the gift gift-they
they gift-they sent him. of
senseh's reasotis
they had f(r tele telephoning.
phoning. telephoning. Sometimes they
.wot; Id both Ik in invited
vited invited out m to din dinner
ner dinner at s o rn e pa
tient's Louse. The
doctor's wife
chuckled as she
thought of how
little she w a s
wanted.
II s u a 1 I y they
looked at her, she
knew, rather pity pityingly,
ingly, pityingly, and at times,
the holder of the
s y m p a t h i z ers
would s&y to her:

"It .'raut Ue -ayfu!

to be a OpcrV's

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wife, i'a never1 dive a moment s
peace If I were you with so many
women caring for rnj husband J"
"We.get used to it." the doctor's
wife said so as not to be disappoint disappointing,
ing, disappointing, smiling to herself. What fun it
was to be a doctor's -wife, flow much
pitj one got one didn't deserve, how
much wasted sympathy, how many
delfciously jealous thoughts- one in inspired.
spired. inspired. It was Christina Eve. The doctor
had promised his wife that he would
help her in those many pleasant en--grossing
nizlit-before-Christmas tasks.
She went upstairs to see that the
children were quite asleep when she
heard" the telephone ring. She an answered
swered answered it, and then hoard her hus husband's
band's husband's voice who was already answer answering
ing answering it from below.
Something, some curious something,
made her listen.
"Oh doctor," she heard a voice say,
the voice of the one woman who had
lately caused her her first pangs 'of
jealousy, "I can't wait another rao
menL 1 must see you. I'm sorry, oti
Christmas Eve too, but I must Please,
doctor, can you come at once?"
"That's all right, little lady," she
board her husband answer. "Tll.be
rip at once."
"I'm going out for awhile,", the doc doctor
tor doctor called .up; the stairs. And was
gone without n word of regret and
with no e tjrt at an excuse."'
Late lhar evening s he went "out of the
hou. SI e would see this other-wom-an.
She called a taxi and hurried off.
"I'm sorry," the maid told her, "but
Madame can see no one." And the
door was shut abruptly. S
Whai would she do? What could
she do? Finally, exhausted after walk walking
ing walking about the streets, she went home,
her heart full of dry, choking sobs.
At last she heard the doctor's key.
He came in. He looked tired. But
she was wornr out.
"You've been to she began.-
"Yes." he answered wearily, as he
lighted a cigarette. "I have been there

all ihis time. But

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boy you could hope
to see; they're
simply delighted.
"Boy?" she
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was too tired to
notice her quick
change f expres expression.
sion. expression. "Oh," he said
after a moment,
Tm so glad you
didn't finish the
Christmas things
without me. No
matter how late It
is, we must al always
ways always get ready
for Christmas to together,
gether, together, mustn't

we?" He kissed her lightly.
"After I had left the house," he
added, "I remembered L hadn't asked
you to wait, and I wanted you to wait
nb matter how long I'd be Selfish
of me, perhaps, but Ave must have
our Christmas Eve together and get
ready for the children's Christmas to together,
gether, together, mustn't we, wife of my heart?"
"We most assuredly must," she

answered him. and added to herself:
"What fools these women are who
pity the doctor's wife. I'm the happi happiest
est happiest woman in the whole world."
And the doctor was saying:
"My dear, do you know that It Is
Christmas morning and that I'm wish

ing you a Merry Christmas!"
"Merry Christmas." she returned,
and In her heart rang the merriest and
happiest of Christmas bells I
Trees and Fires.,
If is doubtful whether any single

agency has caused more nres .tnan
Christmas trees. These are covered
with Inflammable ornaments and kept
until the branches are a- dry as Hin Hinder.
der. Hinder. The practice of decorating with
candles ai d lighting these in order to
beautify the iree is the main source
of danger. There is something so
pleasing and satisfactory about Christ Christmas
mas Christmas trees th:H no one feels like giv-

lng them up, or opposing their use,
but they are a source of loss and dan

ger. Something should be done to
eliminate Ahe danger, even though It
should reduce the number of trees.
Until regulations from the outside in interfere
terfere interfere with the practice, it will be
well for every person who indulges in
the luxury to have a garden hose
ready for Immediate use in case the
tree catches fire. Those who have no
means for extinguishing a fire should
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no membership duet. For information, consult th
manager of nearest association or flub-exchBg or
write to the business manager at Tampa.

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BEGINNING
December 4th, continuing to January 1

. mMmm flwv And post-war days bring pre-war prices:
PnCCS HFC BIOWII UP ourntire stock is on sale with Prices Great Greatly
ly Greatly Reduced. A visit to our store will convince you.
A FEW OF THE MANY BARGAINS

About the Mistletoe
COLES. In his "Art of
Slmpling," observes. "If

nn & hnncr mlcHofna ahntu fha es

neck the witches can have no s

power of him." Some lingering j
g superstition remains In the S
W present day, and In many houses M.
a bunch of the mistletoe is sus- y
H pended from the ceiling, under g
1? which the male part of the as-
v sembly have the privilege of s
taking the ladies and saluting g
S them. At thesame time they
s- should wish them a happy new
year and present them with omj y
I; of the berries for good lurk. In
ff oilier ilaces people fry by lot p
S'- by :!,e rrackins of tlse leaves

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and berries in th? fire.

Beautiful stationery in the daintiest

tints for the holiday trade. THE SPE SPECIALTY
CIALTY SPECIALTY SHOP. A. E. GERIG. 3teod

Ginghams, Dress and Apron, at 19c
and 25c a yard.
Outings at 23c. a yard.
Canton Flannel, unbleached and
bleached, at 19c. a yard.
10-4 Pepperel Sheeting, bleached,
:.t S5c. a yard.
10-4 Pepnerel Sheeting, unbleach unbleached;
ed; unbleached; at 75c. a yard..
White Homespun at 15c. a yard.
Comforts, $6.50 values, at $3.50.
Misses' Blue Serge Middy Suits, $18
value, for $12.
Misses' Blue Serge Middy Suits, $12
value for $6.50.
A large assortment ol ladies'
waists in Georgette, China Silk and
Voiles. Prices, $1.98, $2.98, $4.50.

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See our. assortment of Ladies'
Skirts in extra large sizes, $10 and

12 value for $6.50 and $7.50.

Our Wool Plaid Skirts, plain and
pleated, $17.50 value, for $12.50.
Ladies' "Wool Coats, fur trimmed,
$35 value for $24.50. Other styles
and colors. Prices range from $5.49
to $12.
Ladies' Coat Suit3, $10 to $35.
In our Shoe Department the
prices have been cut to the
bone
See our bargains in Men's
Men's Hats and Shirts.
Our line ol XmesGift s
and Dolls is complete.

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tcilet accessories. Tydins & Co., op-
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Dental Surgeon
Commercia 1 Bank Building, Ocala,
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ARTICLES FOR SALE

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Waterman's Ideal Fountain Pens at
Gerig's Drug Store. tf

Christmas gifts such as dressed
dolls, aprons, handkerchiefs, etc., are
on display for sale at the as office. 3t
,
Jorlopqzvswvutsr might try your
ii genuitv, but our prices on Ladies'
COATS. HATS, SWEATERS AND
SHOES will make shopping more en entertaining.
tertaining. entertaining. FISHEL'S. 9-3t

If you are contemplating cut glass
were as a holiday gift come in and
see our line. It's complete. Tydings
" Co., opp. Harrington hotel. tf

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Crane's stationery in boxes or by
the pound. Tydings & So., opposite
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OCALA EVENING STAR, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 11, 1920

THREE

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With a Forceful Accent on the Bargains

g For we're going to SACRIFICE pur ENTIRE STOCK in order-to reduce every department to the
j lowest possible amount by January 1st. Fully realizing, that to accomplish the end in view
it is necessary to offer our merchandise at the lowest possible prices.

To move this stock quick we've eliminated the thought of profit and even dug down into the
actual cost of a large part of our men's and boys' CLOTHING and FURNISHINGS, our loss, is your gain.
THESE SPECIAL MARKED DOWN PRICES WILL BE

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MEN'S SUITS :
Our Regular $30.00, $35.00, S45.00, $50.00, $55.00. $60.00 and $65.00 Suits Reducd to

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Our Entire Stock of Men's Fine Over Coats, Regular 35 up to $70. To be closed out at Proportional Reductions

Boys' Knee Pants Suits
All new this season's styles, regular
prices $13.50 to $25.
Reduced to, from S8.50 to $18.
Men's Silk Shirts
Brokenassortment to close out at half -price,'
grades $8.50, 10, 12.50 and 15.
Reduced to $4.25, 5, 6.25 and 7.50.
All Still Collars Reduced to 20c
Special low prices on sll Soil
Collars in our stock.

Boys' Blouse Waists
$1.50 grade reduced to 95c.
Men's Madras Shirts
Regular $3 and up to $5.
Reduced to $1.75, 1.95, 2.25, 2.65, 2.95 and 3.55
Men's Work Shirts
95c, 1.25 and $1.50
Men's Tanltless9 Pajamas
and Night Robes in
Warm Fleeced Outing, Fancy adras
and Fine Nainsook.

Men's Socks
$1.50 grade Silk socks $l.0(j
50c and 60cgrade lisle 35c
35c grade 25c
Finks' "Detroit Special" Overalls,
Reduced to $2.50

$ 4.50 and 4.00 grade

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Assorted lot ot Bib Overalls
Solid Blue, Blue and White $
Stripe and Khaki, Reduced to 1

One piece Overall Suits, Khaki
colorat S3.00

Fine Leather SuitXases-and Travelincf Bags
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Recently bor.ght at revised wholesale xvor Fnr Dr,-.
TrTn,c-R;h (tv.(. o ,:ilv erne low Prices
ixifji vjiaUx- Vila ill j at -- r

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Every V.elour and Felt Hat in stock
$3.50 grade Cloth Hats at $2.95
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lien's Union Linen, Initial Handkerchiefs packed 3 in a box, price per

V box $1.35

Fancy Silk and Colored Border Oandkerchiels at Special Bargain Prices

Men's and Boys' OcM-Fanls
Every pair of men's and boys' pants in
stock we have reduced toabsolute cost and
some below.

Men's Real Leather Novelties; Purses, Bill Folders and
Pocket Books.
Special Reduction on All Men's Neck Wear and Leather Belts

Do a Part of Your Xmas Shopping at this Store and You'll Save Money

M Ocala House Block

Opposite Court House

You can save the worry and the care,
And have lots of time to spare,
If within the Xmas season
You will listen" to Tome reason,
And be guided by our offer
That every day we proffer.
By the store of FRIENDLY Wishes,
"Which is known everywhere as
J-3t : "FISHEL'S."

Our line of little gifts is full of
p'easant surprises for you. THE SPE SPECIALTY
CIALTY SPECIALTY SHOP, A. E. GERIG. 3teod

LIFE

FIRE.

A. E. GERIG
INSURANCE
Ocala, Florida

ACCIDENT AUTOMOBILE

Children of Holland and France Lpek
for Santa Claus Visit Early In
the Month.

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p i- a iic Mrtci onier 01 rnings
J children ihouM have hung

up-their stockings for Santa
Claus on Dec. 5. and re-

jolced in his irifts. For It

was the feast of Sf. Nicholas, alias
Santa Claus. lie has nothing what whatever
ever whatever to do with Christmas,, and his
visit then Is an Anglo-Saxon anach anachronism,
ronism, anachronism, which came from America
fifty years ago. As their patron saint,
children were taught to look to Nich Nicholas
olas Nicholas for care and protection. To show
the reality of his love for boys and
girls, parents related that on his eve
he went up and down the earth re rewarding
warding rewarding the good with presents, as he
had In his life secretly thrown purses
of gold Into the rooms of poor maid maidens
ens maidens through the window. Children
were taught to hang up their. stock stockings
ings stockings which parents acting as the
saint's deputies filled with sweets,
apples, nuts and toys. ""In England the
custom was. abolished with the wor worship
ship worship of saints at the Reformation,
and was re-established In the Ameri American
can American guise of Father Christmas In the
middle of last century.
But In Holland Santa Claus makes
his visit on" the right day, Dec. 5. In Instead
stead Instead of stockings, the Dutch children
place their shoes, with straw In them
for the donkey on which Nicholas
rides, in front of the fireplace. In
the morning good children find pres presents
ents presents there, but the shoes of the
naughty contain only a birch. The
custom Is the same In France. In
southern Austria, b young man, ar arrayed
rayed arrayed as St. Nicholas, In episcopal
robes, visits each house and examines
the children in their catechism. To
those who answer well the saint's at attendant
tendant attendant angels give fruit and "sweets,,
.while demons are admitted to terror terrorize
ize terrorize the careless. On going to bed the the-children
children the-children place baskets or dishes on
the window sill for his future gifts. -Catholic
Germany furnishes the transl transl-tioif
tioif transl-tioif between the origin of Nicholas
and modern Santa Claus. Arrayed as as-Father
Father as-Father Christmas, he visits each home home-and
and home-and questions the children as to their their-past
past their-past conduct For the good there are are-cakes
cakes are-cakes and fruit, and for all a lecture.
He then asks what presents they
would like the Christ-child to bring at
Christmas. London Dally Chronicle.

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BE SURE GIFTS WILL PLEASE
In Making Same Articles for Friends
It Is Well to Be Sure of
Appreciation.

WOMAN tells in recently
published magazines how
she has a "pillow Christ Christmas"
mas" Christmas" for the benefit of her
many friends. She con

sulted the piece bag, and from It drew
forth the materials for making any
quantity of dainty sofa pillows, all des destined
tined destined for different friends. The cost
of the materials was chiefly that spent
for silk cords, for embroidery silk and
for' filling for the completed pillows.
Nearly all the pillows were made by
couching figures cut from contrasting
materials on a chosen background,
and the result was- completed. The The-very
very The-very same idea might also he carried
into effect by the girl who loves to
make djrinty stocks. There never was
a time when the prevailing styles of offered
fered offered such a dainty array of collars,
and a box of assorted colors; and kinds
would he 'welcomed by any girl friend.
There might he 'found in the piece
bag ail sorts of hits' of s jJT and rib ribbon
bon ribbon which could be fashkti t ixito the
daintiest of drey stocks, jis well as.
hits of lawn via preale whie.h would
V riici !. for stocks for -vrry day
wer with c-!to: ;-h?rt wj The
"if! f ;; hox of ;:!$.:; he !::::do
vrilrrlr.' !f tii-- !, itst-!;' ,v.r h thing'
of 'eiity. and this ouM vuAt
to pass by the gin y. is., U r- vj-er! with
her, in "!' T.vinu the .-::) ort of
gift t a Inrg?- n::. hr of ,',;,!.!. Is
lerf it!.i' jro;-r if il:e gift i- one which
is c: i-;i'!,ued ru r,k t e everj body.

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lady .vt. always nu'de pii. -cushions
for all her nieces and mittens for all
her ephews every year. It was said
that her plan gave, great pleasure to
one person, the aunt. It's a good idea
to-be sure your gifts will be appreci appreciated,
ated, appreciated, before you go into the wholesale
manufacture of one style of article for
many people.

"Go to FISHEL'S" was written a
friend by a party who recently went
to Chicago, "and buy me that ador-

aoie little HAT and express it to me:
f.t once. tf

Stanley "FERR0STA7"' is non-1
L-eakable keeps hot cr cold. Quart j
ai'd two-quart sizes. Tydins & Co. tf

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,.0- Dj'm vision, arising from
5? a number of causes, gen gen-"
" gen-" 'Jzs -erally yields immediately
.See w' to tne iAaence of skil skil-'tj.Yitr
'tj.Yitr skil-'tj.Yitr fully fitted glasses.
DR. K. J. WE I HE,
Optometrist and Optician :
Eyesight Specialist

If you want a KODAK, Gerig's

Drug Store is the enly store in Ocala
that sells KODAKS. tf

NVhen you are cfoing your holiday
s' epping look over our line of import imported
ed imported and omestic hair brushes. Tydings
Co., opp. Harrington Hall hotel, tf

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

O, GIRLS, have you seen those new
SPORT HATS at FISHEL'S ? 9-3t

Don't eat "soggy" bread when you
can get the best made at the same

pnee. Federal Bakery. 8-6t

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OH BOY
"I shall hope to catch you under
the mistletoe Christmas eve."
"If you do, I warn you now, III bt
too busy to see you."

Christmas Animals.
They're red.
They're of rubber.
And they're for baby.
They make good chewing.
They cannot possibly wound.
And they are wonderfully lovable.
One may Indulge at -from 20 cents
upward.
The choice ranges from mice to el
phants.



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OCALA EVENING STAB, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 11. 1923

? s ruin I mnrev f rr Ktt nr means nr.ic? I

Palllbe? ETfry Day Except Sunday by
STAR PUBLISHING COMPANY,
OCA LA, FLORIDA.
IC II. Carroll. Preafdeot
I. V. UavenKood, Sreretarjr-Trcpiiurcr
J. II.. Benjamin. Editor,

spend money for by nd means neces

sary ornamentation.

CHRISTMAS PRESENTS

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Entewfcd at Ocala, Fla., postofflce as
second-class matter.

TELEPHONES

Ua.Ine. Office ........... .Five-One m

Editorial Department ......Two-Seres
Soelety Heporter Flve-Oae

The Metropolis is in receipt of a

communication from the Jacksonville

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!xiuiitiic ouciciy suggesting uu )ai j
eiits the kind or presents to give their j;f;
children at Christmas, or rather the &
j kind of presents not to give them, and i

growii-ups may receive ueiiems uy -em-

'considering thes suggestions.

' They are:

"Do not choose such gifts as whips,
swords and guns. We do not wish to
encourage our children to play at

Few Suggestions for the

Christmas

Buyer

Which Means Dollars.

MEMItEH ASSOCIATED PRESS

"he Associated Press- la exclusively
P'ntitlAii fnr the nit fnr ranuhlloatlnn nf

all news dispatches credited to it or games of whipping, fighting or any
not otherwise credUed in this paper and (
also the local news published herein. .-rt-;i Bporu
All rigrhts of republication of specials "Do not give a live animal, kitten
liaoatcbea herein are alsoreserved. j ,
; nr puppy, to a small child who will
domestic suuscriptiox rates jnot know better than to hurt it.
One year, in advance ....fC.oo "Do not give to children a caged
6ix months, in advance 3.00 : ,
Three .months, in advance .... .. 1.50 bird since liberty is our watchword
One month, in advance-.,..,..... .60 ;we should nQt aU()W children to keep

any creature in confinement.

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advertising rates
in Plate 15 cents cer 1

consecutive insertions. Alternate lnser

Displays Plate 15. cents per inch fori Avoid giving books on hunting,

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we ao not

to

" robbery, murder or war.

tions 25 per- cent additional. CtMnposi

ttoa charges on ads. that run less man 'wish' to accustom the child mind
slv tl m a Arr r a -t a 1r am MftSAiol

position 20 per cent additional. Kates t thoughts of agony and death.
sajBed on 4 -Inch minimum. Less tnani 4n, t,
tour inches will take higher rate. I Choose toys which are interesting
whhjh win be furnished upon applica-jand instructive, which will be enjoyed
Healnir Notices 5 cents per line for : by the average child and leave no de-
llrst insertion: 3 cents per line for each srruct iVe imnressinn on thA-mind r- A
subsequent insertion. One change a:5irucuve impression on tne mind. ; A
week allowed on readers without xtra child's mind receives and holds early
composition charges. x
Legal advertisements it legal rates. ji'-pressions those transmitted m
. f ... I playthis has been proved by the
Florida Baptists will meet in Miami kindergarten method of child train train-next
next train-next year. ; ing." Jacksonville Metropolis.
" j We can approve of some of this,
Help the King's Daughters, for they except the opinion about the guns and
help our own people. jtjbe books. The best thing an Ameri-
-t : .can citizen can do. for his son in -the

What a fierce lot of hypocrites hetway of presents is to give him a gunj

Hue laws would produce..

and teach him to use it. This conti

nent was redeemed from barbarians

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Having already faithfully, advertised our large as assortment
sortment assortment of Clothes for the Man and the Boy, and
at a reduction of 25 to:40 per cent, we are now only
directing 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 ywqiting
longer..

Blue laws are intends! to take the and its liberty was won from"tyrants
sun out of Sunday, but the people by men who knew how to use guns,
won't. have it so. Jand if our people want to remain free
they will have to keep guns and the
The trouble about "blue sky" laws knowledge of how-to use them. We
Is that they are too easy to get under, have had plenty of opportunity to ob ob-."Scamps
."Scamps ob-."Scamps operate,, beneath them with as seve, and we know that a boy who
much or more ease than honest men. ihar a gun and knows how to shoot is

THE STORY TELLIN MAN

- r jnot any more cruel than a boy whose
. Gainesville has great hopes of cap- parents try to keep guns put of his
turing the state Baptist hospital, and hands.
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rv c uuu c biiiiiiw a uetter piitce cuutu ue iuco ui ivccpiii a uuy awuy
found. Ocala might have tried for from books about hunting, robbery
the institution, but she has a sunl- or war. Does the Humane Society
cient hospital of her own. expect to rob him of the best there is
. . j in literature? How about Jack the
It. is rpnnrfpd fViat tVio fnt nr- Giantkiller. Beautv and the Beast.

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doning board will cher the hearts of Grimm's and Anderson's fairy tales tales-many
many tales-many of0$hose confined in the peni-:even the Pilgrim's Progress ? How old
tentiary by turning them loose in(s a boy to be before he is allowed to
time for them to spend Christmas at rtad history?
home. Wonder if Messrs. MendenhaflJ When other nations entirely disarm,
and Langford are counting the days and when domestic tyrants cease to
to Christmas? j exist j then can we afford to let our
' boys forget the use of arms, but until
We have heard that, a bill to pro-j that time (which will never come) we
hibit any state official to appoint to can't, afford to bring up generations

office any member of his own family he-girlsv

r relative by marriage isvto be intro introduced
duced introduced into the next "legislature. It
Vill be a good bill and if it becomes

a law will prevent such scandals as" (Copyright 1920. by Edgar A. Guest)
the appointment of son-in-law Pade- Sometimes there is a funny man-comes
rick. I to our house for tea,
'An' when we've finished supper he
" , , A. i' just takes me on his knee
We heard a judge say recently that An, tells all sorts of stories about
it was a wonder that the state par-i nirates and tHeir ships.

doning board didn't send him to the Or cowboys that go walking with real
penitentiary for occasionally sentenc- PisTtols on their hips,
f . j i ru An' the Indians who used to scalp
mg a convicted criminal Cheer up,, their victims. tm it seems

juuge tiieie is guuiK tu ue a tuaugc All night l am a cowboy Kiinn' in in-in
in in-in that pardoning board pretty soon,! dians in my dreams,
and maybe we will be able to keep a when r knQw that he ig comin, yQu
bad man down. j j dorit g0 out

: To race around the streets an' play,
About the hardest "knock" Joe Ear-' but I just wait about
man, of the Palm Beach Post has re-"Tm hels fi.?ished th his supper, then
, I climb up m his chair
ceived lately was in a state, newspa- An, ma gavg Vl x a nuisance, but he
per. Tha editor said that he read the says he Tocsn't care,
big type editorials in the Post but An, ho starts 2nc'her story an' afore
couldn't decide whether Joq was boost-' h-'s n?!f w-y through,
, j--.-. i.i t Mv lrxsides fret excited coz it seems so
nig or discrediting 'the work of an.' eal an' true.
evangelist now 'trying to save West
Palm Beach. Times-Union. a The story telim' man just knows the
.It was good reading, and that was iflRll fest,'

the principal 'thing.. ; .mountains way out west,
' : An' the prairies an' the fighting an'

making the stars that shme at night,

? The vvrcn tne reasKins in tne uisiancw

nxm up to start a ngnw
Once I asked him where he learned
, 'em an' he grinned at me an'
said:

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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

the quality of the"oods we are offering, and bought them to please
our patrons. ; ;
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For Yoursdf or Mde Friend or Relatives
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Jus! received a Targe number of. Initial Dells, Gloves and Bath Robes.
We also have a large assortment of Boys' Biouses, $1.50 value at $1
Keep that. boy warm while sleeping. A few Boys Outing Flannel
Pajamas, splendid values at $1.75.
A numierof Boys' odd Pants, ranging from $1.25 to $6.50 values,
v Greatly Reduced.
Boys arid Children's Shoes at astonishingly low prices. These are
going fast. Call early.
Our stock of Men's Shirts is limited but we still have a number of
Manhattan and' Wilson shirts, and if you find your size the
price is sure to please you.
Men's Pajamas, $1.95 to $6.50. 4
The best Men's Night-shirt, $1.50 value, now offered for $1.00.
Don't lail to see our splendid assortment of Hats'and Shces for. the
man and boy at Big Reductions.
Plenty of Sweaters for the man and boy.
REMEMBER, you are welcome in our store at any tirre, and especi especially
ally especially at this season while ycu are looking around for supplies for
Santa Claus, you are asked to ccn e in ai d lei us help ou make
your selections And Come Early. (

HANDKERCHIEFS
Pure Linen, now offered at
50c, 75c arid $1.00.
Initial Handkerchiefs at
25c and 50c each.
Plain Handkerchiefs 10c
and T5c; 2 for 25c.
. NOVELTIES --
Large assortment of Collar
Bags and Manicure Sets.
Pullman Slippers, Bed Bedroom
room Bedroom Slippers and Bill Folds.
Suit Cases and Trunks.

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NECKWEAR
All at reduced prices and
cover a large collection, at a
range of 45c to $3.50.
Silk Sqx and Shirts.

H. A. WATERMAN

THE HABERDASHER

OCALA

FLORIDA

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

ONE NIGHT ONLY, TEMPLE THEATER, DECEMBER. 16th

RALPH
DUNBAR'S
SUMPTUOUS

EVEVAL

OF THE
WORLD'S MOST
TUNEFUL OPERA

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What's the matter with

John R. Martin city manager

omce is now saaaiea on tne superin superintendent
tendent superintendent of the.light and water plant,;

who already has more than he can do.j
Mr. Martin has been elected or ap- e
pointed street superintendent. He

couldn't tell exactly they just
popped into his head,

doesn t need the salary, but took up L'm trying to remember all the things
the work at the request of a council- i ne's told to me
man, partly to fill in his spare time',01 the cowboys an' the pirates,-coz
. .. v VI ,,i some day 'praps it may be
nd partly because he thought he could (When Fm gown up just iike he is, I
serve the public He is certainly; may meet some little chap

making goodj and as he has plenty of Who will want to hear some stories
e-ecutive ability and backbone to goj . an' Y111 climhr into my lap

- An tease tne way i tease mm tnen
i IH do the best I can
ilo be tha little fellow's happy story
1 ... telun' man.

go.

with it, we think the office should be
given him if he will take it.

We notice that the members of the

beard of trade can't agree on a plan If the state pardoning board is go goof
of goof beautifying the plaza contemplat-! ing to turn loose .a number of men and
ed at the union station. There is only t women now in the penitentiary, be be-one
one be-one way to do this work with anything cause it thinks they deserve to be set
like good effect and satisfaction to all. free, it should publish their names, so
That is for the city to employ a land-, the; people may know who are going
scape architect to make plans, which to be turned loose on them. No doubt

the street department can carry out. that some deserve freedom if so the

This will take considerable money, of board should not-be ashamed to tell
which the city has at present no jur- who they are. Possibly the communi communi-p?us.
p?us. communi-p?us. We think that if the street is ties some of them come from object
tut through 4 and well improved, and to their being made Tree; if so,. they
it and the plaza are kept neat, that is have a right to be heard from. At
about as much as the city can do. any rate, no department of our state
When we can't employ as large a force government has any right to do any-

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. FINALE ACT ill "ROBIN HOOD
MAIL ORDERS NOW. PRICES $2.50, $2.00, S1.50 and $1.00 PLUS TAX. SEAT SALE DEC. 13th

thing it is unwilling for the people to
know.

, Miami school ttachers have much to
contend with. There never was a town
with more diversions for school chil children.
dren. children. Why not have the long vaca

tion for Miami schools in the winter ; SZ
time ? Miami Metropolis. :
Our school seasons are copied from
England, where the winter in long j 'pzf
and dreary, and where children are i v.-

better off physically in the school vK.:

rtoras. Seems to the Star that if
i
Florida vacations .began in the mid-1
die of October and ended in the mid- I

die of March it would be much better.'

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MURPHY MOTOR COMPANY
Ocala, Florida

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SATURDAY, DECEMBER 11, 1920
FIVE

OCALA EVENING STAB,

New Goods

Mea

Sanitary
C Q 0 K 9
Market aecl ro eery
"Everything Good to Ear

HOLIDAY SPECIALS
Choice Meat Cuts Country Sausage
Apples f ,Ordnges Uananas
Cranberries
Celery Lettuce Turnips
Complete Line of Dried Fruits
Promptness

Oysters
Nuts
Peppers
Courtesy

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MEEDHAM MOTOR CO
l General Repairing,
:. Storage, Gasoline, Oils and Grease.
We use genuine Ford Parts. Cars Washed, $1.00
I AGENTS FOR
: SCRIPP S-BOOTH SIX
I Phone 252 f Cor. Oklawaha and Orange
I Used Cars for f ale

AT THE CHURCHES TOMORROW

eve You Twelve Friends
Iii flie World?

If so, you will want them to f eceive some evidence of your
good will at Christmas. Instead of expensive gifts, the custom
now to send Christmas cards is more universal than ever. We
have prepared a special package of Christmas .Greeting Cards
from steel engravings, consisting of twelve of our most popu-
lar designs. They come in envelope all ready to .mail and the
lot is sent postpaid for one dollar cash with order. J. P. Stev Stevens
ens Stevens Engraving Company, Atlanta, Ga.

Presbyterian
(Rev. W. F. Creson, Pastor) i
11 a. m. Morning worship. t j
Doxology.
Invocation.
Hymn, "Before Jehovah's Awful

Tyrone." ;

Scripture lesson, Jeremiah 20:7-18. j
Hymn, "Lork, Speak to Me that Ij
May Speak." j
Offertory. I
Solo, "More Love to Thee, O
Christ." (Frederick Jerome) Miss j
Eulock.
Sermon, "A Prophet's Experience." I

Hymri, "O Jesus, Thou Art Stand Standing,"
ing," Standing,"
Benediction: t
Closing Prayer. y s
7:30 p. m. ;-Evening worship.
Hymn, "How Firm a Foundation." Foundation."-Prayer.
Prayer. Foundation."-Prayer.

Hymn, VSeal.Us, O Holy Spirit"
Scripture lesson, !l Timothy 2:1-2G.
Hymn, "Come, Thou Fount."
Quartet, "Holy Twilight Hour."
Sermon, "The Seal of God's Autho

rity." : ,;

Hymn, "Draw Me Nearer."
Benediction.
Closing Prayer.
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Episcopal
. Third Sunday in Advent

(John J. Neighbour, Rector)
7:30 a. m. Holy communion.
9:45 a. m. Sunday school.
11 a. m. Morning prayer, baptism
and sermon.,
7:30 p. m. Evening prayer and ser sermon.
mon. sermon.
All cordially invited.
mm'
Baptist -Rev.
C. L. Collins, D. D., Pastor
t 9:45 a. m. Sunday school. 7

11 a, fnur-Public worship with ser sermon
mon sermon by the pastor.
6:30 p. Jtraioi and Senior B.
Y. P. U.

7:30 p. m.--Preaching. Sermon by

the pastor.. r ".
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' Don't Fail to see Oar Wonderful Showing og
CH RIST MA S Gi FT Si

Make a Christmas Present
OF THIS
NEW -y '.
y.ellsmore Player Piano
v Easy Terms If Desired

B. GOLDMAN

"Why Pay More?"

CP

MOBLK X -EDWARDS

cT vTv vv vT vTj;

KM AS JEWELRY
Many suitable gifts, some not carried by
other stores.

DIAMONDS
The fines line in Florida

WATCHES
All makes

Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Akin of this

pity announce the engagement and ap
proaching marriage of their daugh

tcr, Miss Dorothy Edwards to Mr.

Eugene A. Mobley, also of this city. city.-Miss
Miss city.-Miss Edwards, originally 'from Eng

land, arrived in" Ocala about eight

months ago to make her home with
her mother. Since her arrival she has

made many friends who will be pleas pleased
ed pleased to know that in her marriage to

one of our most highly respected

A-.j young men she will continue to make

possesses a cnarming personality and

is quite a pretty young woman.

Mr. Mobley has been connected with

George Mac Kay & Company, succes

sors to Mclver & MacKay, during his

residence of over ten years in the city
and is popular with a large circle of

friends. He has the respect and
esteem of every acquaintance for he

is a young man of excellent character
and business attainments. Mr. Mob Mobley
ley Mobley is originally from Live Oak,
where his parents, Mr. andMrs. W.
H. Mobley now reside.
The wedding will be a quiet affair
of the 22nd and after a wedding trip
the couple 1 will return toVOcala and
immediately commence housekeeping.

CUT GLASS CHINA
LEATHER GOODS

Hundreds-of beautiful articles await your aproval
Goods sent for selection to those
.i
furnishing satisfactory reference.

. HESS & SLAGEi

Jacksonville,

Farid

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l. Alexander V'r"r-
PRACTICAL CARPENTER AND J VeCll tSFy3It
builder : t Acconnfinfl and Anditing
Careiul estimates made on all coi- I
tract v ork. Gives more and better PHONE 332
work fer the money than any other
contract or in the city.
;PYLES PERKINS I lInnVn 0 p I
Funeral Directors & Embalmers 1 UuO. llI8CI3y fl u0 i
PARLORS OPPOSITE POSTOFFICE g
Two Hedges. Grey Hearse" fd White U 'UnePallJirCCtOPS.-
People only. iind Embalmers p
Phones 555 and 225. Open All Night, g Two Licensed Embalmers
r T rw II Motor Funeral Cars H
7 OCALA. FLORIDA Priyate Morgne and g
" : 1 ' 8 Day Phone 47 H
Abruzzi seed rye, $4 per bushel, g Night phoneg g05 and 431
Rust proof seed oats, $l.o0 per bushel. a v. Roberts, Manager g
Ocala Seed Store. 22-tf y?t;;;;iT;;;Mf'i;;i;iHis;itiii:Hr

i There is nothing that affords more real

pleasure than the Anticipation of making others
happy. In our store tuiZZ Be found just the selec selection
tion selection you will desire as a Remembrance-of Christ Christ-mas
mas Christ-mas for your. Friend or Relative. Our stock con-
sists of a large assortment of Rings,-PinsA

Wntrhps. Cut Glass ana Silverware in dill

of the latest and most attractive designs,
COMPARE OUR PRICES AND QUALITY V

PARAMOUNT Phonographs and Large List of Records

J. E. ALL E M A N D,

JEWELER

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Harrington Hall Block - " Ocala, Florida

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THE DANCE LAST NIGHT

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The fourth ball given by the Eight

O'Clock 'Dancing Club for the season j
ook place last evening at the Worn-!

ually large number present it proved
one of the most delightful dances that
tins' organization has given.
The ball opened with a grand march
led by- Miss' Callie Gissendaner, and
Mr. George Looney, after which 4hc
pwgrams were filled by the, gentle gentlemen
men gentlemen and ancing was gaily indulged in

until a late hour.
Davis' four-piece orchestra furnish- j
ed the music and at intermission re-

rresnments were enjoyed. Mr. Davis
and Miss Olive Melin gave an exhibi exhibition
tion exhibition of the "catstep," which was very
attractive and received a hearty en encore.
core. encore.
Miss Nellie Bain qf Greensboro, S.
C, waS a much admired visitor. She
was charmingly gowned ;n an artistic
creation of blue and silver.
The next dance that this club will
give will take place at the Ocala
County Club on the night of Decem December
ber December 31st.

The CHRISTMAS
BOOK- SHOP.

store is

THE
9-3t

Get the best bread it's FEDERAL.
Sold by grocers or at the bakery in
the Ocala House block. 8-6t

Manicure sets, either pearl or Py-rj-lin
handles. Just the thing for her
Christmas gift. Tydings & Go. tf

Its performance is so. regular
that the merchant has the satis satisfaction
faction satisfaction of; knowing what his
delivery will- cost him month
after month.
j
The haulage cost is unusually low.

AUTO SALES 0.,
Mack iaylor
Ccala, l is., Phone 348

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

L-dies' EVERWEAR SILK HOSE 7on't fail to visit the Guarantee
reduced to $1.75, all shades, at j lothing & Shoe Company. Every-

t. c

HEL'S.

Bubble books, they talk; walking
dolls, they walk. THE BOOK SHOP.

You said it, we nave reduced the

Visit THE BOOK SHOP gift de de-pj
pj de-pj rtment. 9-3t

Full line of smokers' art'cles, pipes,

prices on our TROUSERS and Shirts, trbacco, cigars, etc. Tydings & Co.,
FISHEL'S. if opp. Harrington Hall h.'tcl. If

tf thing we sell is guaranteed. Wer

ight:ng for QUALITY not prices, tf
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.,,:l r,. i,ean Ayaier nsa oysxers, When you buy fish from us they are
hmp e.c. at.City FISH Market dressed ready for cockin& Oysters
9 i t. Jvmg Ave., phone 1&8. 27-tf ;and hrimp. City FISH Market, No.
iNo. 9 Ft. King Ave., phone 158. 27-tf

r-t:r!ngsilver vanixies and ciga-

ette cases at THE BOOK SHOP.. 3t

Get the habit of reading tte ads.



SIX

OCA LA EVENING STAR, SATURDAY. DECEMBER 11. 1920

rOSTOFFICE 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 that period. I would especially

call your attention to a' few hints J

given below, which, if followed, will
help to avoid the congestion of this
rash period-end 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 comer, 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.

WHY SHE BELIEVED IN

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Kills Two Birds With One Stone Stone-Engagement
Engagement Stone-Engagement Ring for Christmas
Present.;'

3FORE opening the slight

Christmas token I have

brought you, Miss Clara,
said Mr. .MacNerve, as he

took from his inside pocket

a small package and handed it to the
joung lady in question, WI think it
test to acquaint you, in my imperfect
way, with the state of my feelings.
To come to the point In as brief and
practical a manner as possible, sparing
you all the unnecessary details, I may
tts well tell you at once that I love
you. : From the moment that JL first
met you I was fully aware that this was
Inevitable. The more I set my mind
against It, the more I struggled to conr
trol myself-to be strong the more
kopelessly I became Involved. You
will naturally ask at once why I
should struggle against a passion
which Is admitted by all to be the
source of the greatest happiness
Jen own to' humanity. But I could not
regard the matter In a selfish light. It
was done, Miss Clara, because I have
doubted all along whether a man In
my circumstances hall it In his power
to make a girl like yourself, who has
been reared in such luxury, entirely
happy In the new and changed con conditions
ditions conditions that matrimony leads to. Was
it right In me, I said to myself, to
Jeopardize your happiness by asking
you to share the lot of one, who, while
his present salary Is a fairly com comfortable
fortable comfortable one, is not at the same time
prepared to say positively that he will
succeed? I have now put the case
before you. I know ypu to be a sensi sensible
ble sensible girl, and one whose intuitions I
am sure will lead' you aright. After
this brief explanation I beg of you
therefore to look at my gift, and,-if
your heart tells you to do so, accept
it from the man who loves you above
all others." ;
Hastily breaking the seal the young
girl he addressed gazed for a brief
interval at the beautiful object that
lay In her hand. Then advancing
swiftly to where lie stood she threw
her arms around the neck of the man
who had so worthily won her, ex exclaiming
claiming exclaiming with a triad cry:
"Dearest, how t an I doubt you I
Any man wl;o is cute enough to kill
two birds with-one stone by giving a
girl an engagement ring for her Christ Christmas
mas Christmas present cannot h-lp but succeed I
CHRISTMAS THINGS FOR BOYS

tending a moving" picture 'show r$ to
give the boy a postcard projector with
which he can have a picture-show of
his own and invite the other boys if he
wants to.
To these few suggestions may be
added games, boy scout stories, numer numerous
ous numerous articles of- wearing apparel and
possibly a waw h, an Indian or some
other masquerade outfit, a wigwam
and so on through an indeterminate
list, but give him something he wants.

My vflM

CHEAP ENOUGH
She: Now George, I want you to
fifve me something cheap for Chrltt Chrltt-mas.
mas. Chrltt-mas. Hei I was going to offer myself.

Impossible to Resist Influence.
It is quitelmpossible to resist the
sweet' Influence of the coming holi holidays
days holidays and not to feel a thrill of sym sympathetic
pathetic sympathetic delight .over that which serves
to gladden all mankind. The very air
seems to have caught the Inspiration
of the hour, and no one can fail to per
ceive, as he hurries through the
streets, when Christmas is drawing
near.

The Cake Lady
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jp-Try ESSIE LOUISE was mak mak-"y
"y mak-"y ,1 ing a great deal of trou trou-f
f trou-f -IL ble. From the time her

mother had

Tessie to the city

be treated for
the golden-

haired baby had been the
pet of the nurses. And
as her stay was pro prolonged,
longed, prolonged, partly because the

mother was too ill and too poor to yet
understand the care of her child.
"What In the world," asked the au autocratic
tocratic autocratic young house doctor, "does that
child want?"
"Tess-'ese wants a Nora Christmas
doll," the nurse said eagerly.
Doctor Bruce wrinkled his brow.
"What does she mean?" he asked.
"Miss' Nora Dean," the girl an answered,
swered, answered, "Is a young woman who vis vis-Its
Its vis-Its the children's ward and has been
much interested In them. She lives
In a cottage out on the lake shore, and
last summer she came In and took two
of our little convalescents for a
month's stay there. Tessle Louise was
one, and she so fell In love with Miss
Dew at the time that we could hardly

Youngsters Like Presents That Af Afford
ford Afford Amusement as Well as Being ;
of Educational Nature.

T IS to be wondered If the

small boy's taste and tem temperament
perament temperament are really and
truly considered when buy buying
ing buying gifts that are meant to

appeal to his inventive mind, or wheth wheth-erSve
erSve wheth-erSve simply purchase for him some
toy or object of entertainment which
we in our never-failing judgment think
fit that he should have. It happens
oftentimes that the boy who would
give half his little kingdom for the
Hampty-Dumpty circus that some
. other small youth received as his share
.from the Christmas pack receives a
necktie, a pair of gloves and books,
and vice versa. With the host of
wonderful inventions for vthe enter
tainment and education of childhood.

why not study the boy's bent and give
him something with which to develop
his bent?
One boy. In fact many, would prize
- a box of tools, and these very desirable
outfits may be had in any size desired ;
another lad of the spirited age of ten
or twelve, would like a football and a
suit to play in; the mechanical mind
Just revels over the mechanism of a
wonderfuly constructed railway, a min-
, iature airplane, or just a sim simple
ple simple engine that can be made to run
gives hours of pleasure; then there is
v the popular pushmobile, the wonder wonderful
ful wonderful joy everlasting, while snow and
Ice lasts, sled and ice skates. If the
young man is a collector of stamps,
large packages of foreign postage may

fcejha&jtnd the nearest aDDroach to at-

coax her back. But it was necessary
that she should come. Yesterday, Miss
Dean came to the hospital with a bas basket
ket basket of Christmas cakes, -made like

dolls, with currant eyes, and colored
frosted dresses. The kiddies were so
pleased; they call her the Cake Lady.
Doctor Bruce frowned.
"That's bad practice," he com-"
pknned, "allowing women to come in
here and feed our patients. I did not
suppose
The pleasant nurse hurried to cham champion
pion champion her friend.'
She "has. helped us in- many ways. 1

! should call Miss Dean a philanthropist
j if she, were' not 1
j The pleasant nurse paused, "in hum-
b!e circumstances herself."

"The youug woman you spenu oi
live on the lake shore?" the doctor
asked. s
The nurse nodded.
"Her uncle was an-old sea captain."
she told him. "Miss Nora made her
home. with this uncle and aunt when
she was as small as Tessie here.
, "Now she lives on in the house at
the water's edge to take care of her
aunt, who is old and crippled. And
still that girl".
Tl;e pleasant nurse choked up unac unaccountably.
countably. unaccountably. "Well, she's always trying to do
things for others." she finished; "that
is the way Nora Dean finds happi happiness."
ness." happiness." '
"Great Scott!" interrupted the doc doctor,
tor, doctor, "there goes Tessie again ; that
noise must be stopped. She must not
.disturb the sick ones."
- The prettiest nurse came hastily.
"Tessie says she won't stop until she
is taken to Miss Nora. I really wish
we had made arrangements yesterday
to have her driven out to the lake

shore for over Christmas."
"How far out is it?" Doctor Bruce
nsked briskly.
"I'll take her in my car.". he ex explained.
plained. explained. "It's closed and comfort comfortable."
able." comfortable." Donald Bruce sighted the cotrajre as
he brought his car-to a stop in the

cnarge "-in Tire arras ar.n ma'rie nis way
to the white door.
"Come in." Nora greeted cheerily, "he
nurse phoned me oft your coming.
There's a new Christmas doll for Tes Tessie
sie Tessie -Louise Id the oven, and a lot more
to take back."
It was a broad, white kitchen. rH. rH.-lent
lent rH.-lent of sugar and .spices, and at! il
lady in a rocking chair near the vvin vvin-dow
dow vvin-dow relieved Tessie of her wrappMigs.
"You must give the doctor a i-up
of coffee, Nora dear," the old lady said,
"before his cold drive back to the
city." :
But Donald Bruce .seemed in no
hurry to return.
"This." be said musingly. : "smells
like my grandmother's kitchen. Used
to spend our Christmas with grand grandmother
mother grandmother when I was a boy."
"We are going 'to have a roasted
chicken for dinner," the old lady sug suggested
gested suggested tentatively I wonder, it it
might no! seem just a bit like being at
grandmother's if you'd stay and eat
with us?"
It was remarkable how swiftly the
afternoon hours flew in the lakeside
cottage.
"I'm so glad," the old lady whis whispered
pered whispered at parting, "that you decided to
wait to take Tessie back with you.
It has been a happy Christmas for
Nora. I can see It In her eyes; and
usually happiness Is only Nora's
through, the giving. She's the dear dearest
est dearest drl In the world!"
"She Is just that 1" Donald Bruce
answered solemnly.
His eyes were on Nora, as he clasped
tt old lady's hand.

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FOR THEIR CHRISTMAS PARTY
Appropriate Decorations Add to tha
Zest and Gayety of the Yuletide
Festivities.

P SANTA CLATJS Is to be
present at the Christmas par party
ty party supper and of course he
should be invited he may

appear in an automobile,
but In order to be quite orthodox he
should be driving his eight reindeer
through the snow; and therefore the
hostess should use a strip of snowy
cotton wool plentifully sprinkled with
frost for the table center. Purchase
a somewhat large Santa Claus ; he
will be most effective dressed In a
brown cloak with scarlet hood and
cap. A fancy basket in the form of
a wheelbarrow or chariot will answer
the purpose for his sleigh, and should
be loaded with presents of all kinds.
The reindeer, which can be filled with
sweets, may be harnessed to the sleigh
with scarlet ribbons on which have
been sewn a number of tiny bells.
At intervals down the table place
boxes of bonbons in the form of Yule
logs, with garlands of berried' holly
and mistletoe arranged from log to
log, the menus to be In banner form,
each one being held by a miniature
Father. Christmas.
A Cinderella scheme for the supper
table is pretty. For the center pur purchase
chase purchase from your florist the wire frame
of a coach. Cover It thinly with moss;
binding it on with hemp; then cover
it with scarlet geraniums, attaching
the blossoms to the coach with fine
silver wire; harness two milk-white
toy horses to it with ribbons to match
the geraniums. A smart little coach coachman
man coachman and footman must be placed on
their respective places, and a doll to
represent Cinderella dressed for the
ball should be sitting inside.
Appropriate presents to be plated
for the children would consist of a
.slipper filled with sweeties for each
little boy, and a doll dressed as a
fairy in white gauze spotted with sil silver
ver silver stars, holding a tiny wand, would
delight the heart of each little girh

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HIS SUGGESTION
"WeT! have to economize this
Christmas, my dear."
"Yes, but how?"
"I've an Idea. Let's give your rel relatives
atives relatives the same kind of cheap gifts
we atways give my folks."

Tit for Tat.
The Poet: "May I read you my new
Christmas poem?"
The Musician : "Yes, if you'll let me
play you my new Christmas cantata."
Fliegende Blatter.
Well Led.
Mary and Robert, of tender age, had
ponies as their Christmas presents and
were being taught to ride. Daily they
were put on the ponies' backs at the
entrance to Central park in New York,
and were taken for the prescribed
round. Being niy four and sis years
respectively, they welcomed the kind
attentions of grooms, especially the
immense help of leading the pouy. But
it was best that they should go it
alone.
Near by tfce piaza entrance, of
course, is the bronze equestrian statue
of General Sherman, with victory go go-ins
ins go-ins before his horse. Mary, after be being
ing being for a long time without a groom
to lead, one day looked wistfully at
the statue.
"Father," she said, "wasn't it awful awfully
ly awfully kind of that man's wife to lead his
horse for him 7"

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It is the one glorious day of all the year the day
made sacred to happiness. Everybody looks forward
to Christmas, for months, and one month of the year
is practically given over to preparations for its enjoy enjoyments.
ments. enjoyments. Just. Two WeelcsMorc
. To Get -Ready for'CliFistiiias
Still plenty of time to buy everything. Still plenty
of variety to choose from. But it is now too late to
procrastinate. How many problems may we Help you
to settle tomorrow?
Here are a few Sensible and
-: : ;-lacAieal Gift'-'Siaggesfioxzs J ;

Fop Wife or Mother

, A Beautiful Coat or Siiityperhaps--
wife or mother has been putting off the longed
for purchase for several years, because prices
were too high. Then this is the time to make
waiting worth while.
Suits that were $65.00 to $75.50
Now $34.50 -and ..$37.50

Ladies' Coats Bolivia, Silvertone and Velour

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Our Iitia of Hrpssps nf Trirotinp

Se.re-and Silks at V-W

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These dresses are the talk of the town. A good
many pretty models to select from. A sensible
gift at a low price.

EVERY SKIRT IN ; THE HOUSE

Of Silks and Wool mm 1 :

At a reduction of....

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A beautiful line of Trimmed

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I'Hundreds of useful gifts on display too numerous to men'
tlon and at prices lower than in years.



OCALA EVENING STAB, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 11, 1920

SEVEX

LICENSE REPORT

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'OCCUPATION

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540 R. j. Cusark," merchant
11--Henry Lirlgntman, merchant-.....-.
542uiuo Springs Farms,, merchant.
r-v V. Kieider, jnerchant
514 (i. v. -Latimer, merchant ......
4 5 -Arthur Williams, merchant .....
54C-J ;errar! Comedy 5bow, show ...
V1' D. G. Walking, merchant
Tboma' Ross, merchant ........
49 T. Tyson, merchant ....,.......
i.,( vm. Lumpkin, merchant .......
(ianr-ro T rvrVc !n morchant

t,2 Sam Coins, merchant ........
t;.:i n.. lMwards, merchant ...... ... ;
V t' 'Annie Orlfhn, merchant .-.
J. W. Coshow, merchant ... .......
jo6-W K. Zewaddkl, lawyer ........
s7 Iouella Robinson, merchant .....
i8 h. Kiner, merchant .......
oa,9 Robert Morris, merchant
o60 M. I,, Hump-hries, vender of medi
... clnes .

oti i.m.. k. Feinberg, merchant

-02 I', Hill, merchant .........
J Monroe Kinsler, merchant '. .
661, Oliver S. .Snell; raerfchant .....

tVl ,;aeKRhear and McKnlghU meht. 7 June
vbS -Mutual Mining Co':, minrng'-pbos-'-y
I'hate, 25 to 50 ton capacity v. June
t Darner 'Muncoe Co.. turpentine still-. June
i65t .Jack Robinson, merchant ; ." ". June
f5?r Citizens Bank, bankers . .'.V.June
HllshaA'aughn, merchant ...... .W. June
Caleb Hopkins, merchant June
-i' 'r- C. -Calden, merchant ; .June
74 Mrs. C. II. Bate man. rnerchant; .June
4;' IJ- R. Chambers, merchant J .July'
&7"-a, W. Ship;, merchant" ....".r.July
7 Kquitable Life Ins. iriociety, ins. . i J uly
577 P. w.' Cook; rneVchant ;-. :'.'';-, .July
57& Carrie -Morton, merchant ,. ... i, !, .July
'Wilson -Hml Lewis, turpentine still". July
580 Adelin 'ifousrlass. .merchant'". . i s-i ..lulv-

oi j.m;. warier, mercnam ..
582 .la.. F. SiHtrunk, physician
583 sirn l?lackwell, merchant ...
584 M. it. Sims, merchant ........
585 Martin Irvine, merchant .....
586 Kd.ward Younge, merchant ..
687 Fla. Amusement Co.. show .
588 N. Itlckar.ds, merchant .......
Harper Monroe Co., turpt. still
590 K. K. T. Allison, merchant ...
591r-GatrelI Osteen Co., merchant
592 Beatrice Kd wards; merchant
593 T. ,8. Mathews, merchant .....
94 w. J. I'ratt, merchant
595 B. N. Tanner, merchant ..
696 Mamie Howell, merchant
597 iM. Epstein, merchant
598 -KIO. Dreher, merchant
599 J. J. Heaves, merchant .
M0 K. C. Ware, merchant . . .

60i c. Lu Sineleton. raerchan.t .

602 W. R. McLaln. merchant..

603- Abbott and 1 Luftman, merthants . .Sept
604- White Johns and "Co., wholesale
Lubricating oil .Setff

605 White Johns and Co., dynamite. .Sept

duo uranam, mercnarut
607 Andrew Brooks, merchant
1 Clifford Jenkins, merchant
- 2 John LivingstonT merchant
3 Wr. F. Blesoh, barber ,...
. 4 R.- W. Ferguson, merchant
5 W. J, Westover, merchant
6 S. 'P. Burton. merchant

7 .Temple and Davids, restaurant. ... .Oct.

j S Crawford Green, restaurant .... Oct.
9 Oca la Ice & Packing Co., ice fctry..Oct.
10 Ocala "Mff?. Co.. trate -mill Oct.
.11 H. McBurney, merchant .". .Oct.
12 (W. V. Weathers, merchant .Oct.
13- Mrs. 3. W. Richey, merchant ..Opt."
v 1 4t- J. P. 'Sistrunk, ip-hysician Oct.
15 Fannie K. Beard, merchant ...... .Oct.
16 James HaJl, real estate .Oct.
17 J I. J. Goldsmith, hotel ., Oct.
lft J. P, .Taylor, merchant .. .....Oct.
lit Elizabeth Ward, merchant i ..Oct.

20 Independent Realty Company, real
. estate '. ,.. .....Oct.
, 21 Hart and Dupree, garaj?e .Oct.
'22 Oulf Refining Co., wholesale oils. ..Oct.
23 Gulf Refining Co., wholesale gas. ..Oct.
24 E. !D. Kou, merchant Oct.
25 W. J. Hogan, merchant Oct.
26 (Standard Oil Co.. wholesale oils Oct.
.27 Standard OIL Co., wholesale oils.... Oct.
28 Standard Oil Co.. gas ........Oct.

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2 9 A. J I. Hargraves, merchant ..'...I.Oct.
.'10 W. K. Zewadski, lawyer Oct.
, Jll J. W. Greer, merchant Oct.
JI2 (Abbott and Yuffman. merchants. ..Oct.

.'13 A. K. Gerig, merchant . : Oct.
:14 The Equitable Life Assurance So Society,
ciety, Society, insurance :. ........ .Oct.
35Union Assurance Society, Ltd., Ins. .Oct.
36 Insurance Co. of State Pa,, ins. . .Oct.
37 Massachusetts Bonding and- In Insurance
surance Insurance Co.. insurance Oct.
38 J. W. General, meat market. .v . -Oct.
33 Atlas Underwriters Agcy., ins Oct.
40 City of N. Y, Ins. Co., insurance. ,. .Oct.
41 Scottish Com. Ins. Co.. Ins ..... .uOct.
42 Victory Ins.'. Co.- insurance. .Oct.
43 North River Ins. 'Co., insurance Oet.
44 Fidelity Deposit Co. of aid., Ins ;'.Oct.
45 -J. C- Perkins, merchant .Oct.
,48 Mamie Howell, merchant Oct.
47 Bui. Macon,, merchant Oct.
- 48 Mutual Life Ins. Co., insurance ... .Oct.
49 .Mutual Life Ins. Co., insurance Oct:
50 -Mutual Life Ins. Co., insurance. . .Oct.-
51 Loncala Commissary "Co.. mchts. . .Oct.
52 D. E. Knablock. merchant ....... .Oct.
53 w. M. Gent, merchant .... . : . .Oct.
54 Henry Pued. mercahnt . .Oct.
55 Mrs. W. J. Willis.' merchant v.... ..Oct.
56 J. B. Oore, merchant .Oct.
57 H. H. Meadows, garage ...Oct.'
58 T. J. Smith, barber Oct.
59 S. L. Frldy, merchant ............. .Oct.
eo E. W. Creeder. merchant. .Oct.
",61 James Shelley, merchant Oet.
62 J. A. Hycks and Son, merchants .Oct.
63 J. E. iSpencer,' merchant Oct.
64 Ocala Marble .Works, marble yard.. Oct.
5 Joe ;N. Banroleni. merchant .1 .... .Oct.
65 Zembillas and Kalagribas, mchts Oct.
7 Philip Samuel, merchant Oct.

: 68 Dr. Wash Bennett, physician Oct.

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69 tMrs. M. H. Nobles, merchant ; .Oct.
70 fWilmer Gibson." merchant . : .Oct.

71 iT. W. Troxler, merchant ...Oct.
72 C. N. Schlemmer. merchant i Oct.
73 Carrier Bros., storage warehouse. .Oct.
74 Chas. McLucas. barbershop ...... Oct.
. 75 N. A. Williams, merchant -Oct.
76 N. L. Williams, merchant ..Oct.
77 fWheeler MoMahon,' merchant Oct
78 Calhoun Falany, merchant ....... .Oct.
79 P. P. Costello, merchant Oot.
80 Tt. IX Ferguson, p-hyslcian .Oct.
81 Ferguson Drug Co., merchants ....Oct.
82 -JIattie Heath, merchant ........ . .Oct.
83 J. E. Brown, merchant Oct.
Z $4-t-3. J. Reaves, merchant Oct.
85 J. T. Ross, merchant .Oct.
86 L. J. Dankwertz, merchant Oct.
87 R. C. Loveridge, merchant Oct.
88 W. M. Mosley. merchant .......... .Oct.
89 Commercial Bank, bankers Oct.
90 The John Dozler Co., merchants .Oct.
91 Amer. Ins. Co. Newark, N. J., ins... Oct.
92 Tokio Marine and Fire Ins. Co., ins. .Oct.
93 Niagara Fire Ins. Co..-ins .....Oct.
94 Providence and Washington Insur Insurance
ance Insurance Company, Insurance ......... .Oct.
95 Phoenix Insurance Company of
Hartford, Conn., insuarnce .. .....Oct.

96 Boston Ins. Co., Boston, Mass., Ins. .Oct. 6.

97' St. Paul F. ana Jo. insurance Co.,
St. Paul. Minn., insurance
98 Ins. Co. of North .America, ins
99 National Union Insurance Co., of
Pittsburg, insurance
100 Penn. F. Ins. Co., Phila, Pa., ins....
101 Stan. Ins. Co.. New Orleans, ins...
102 American, Central Ins. Co., ins....
103 .Home Ins. Co., New York. -Ins...,
104 National .Ins. Co.. Paris. Ins......
105 Glens Falls Ins. Co. N. Y. ins.....
106 Palatine Ins. Co.. London, ins.....
107 Yorkshire Ins. Co., York, Eng., ins.
108 Auto. Ins. Co. Hartford, ins.
109 British-American Ass, Canada, ins.
110 Srea P. and L. Ins. Co. Sweden, ins.
111 Firemen's Friend Insurance Com-

pany, Sacramento, Calif., ins.
112 Royal Ins. Co., Liverpool, ins..
113 Fire Ass. of Philadelphia. Pa., ins.
114 Conn. Fire Ins. Co., Hardford, ins.
115 N. A. Farris, merchant ...........
11C Henry Jones, two pool tables .....
117 Ga. Home Ins. Co., Columbus, ins..
118 Queen Ins. Co. America, Ins..
119 I-L T. Turner, merchant
120 A. J. Stephens, merchant
121 Hayes and Ouynn, merchants
122 J. J. Knoblock, .merchant
123 Irvine Crate and Basket Com-
pany, manufacturer of crates..,..'
124 Lrvine Crate and Baspet Co. mcht.
125 J. A. McCrory, merchant...
126 C. C. Carter, iberbershop ...........
127 J. M. Liddell, merchant
128 B, J. Benson, merchant
. 129 A. Tudlsco, merchant
130 .Mutual Mining Co., phosphate
131 Mutual 'Mining Co.. merchants
132 E. C. Jordan and Co., merchants...
133 Edgar Johnson, restaurant
134 Don Killian, restaurant ......i...
135 A, Greenburg, merchant

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136 H. B Whittington. merchant
137 Knight anl Strange, merchants...
H. i. Douglass, merchant ........
!-': iletcalt Drug .Stor-, merchant
E. W. Rush atid Co.. merchants...
14) Will!; Brown, merchant
142 M. P.. Feinberg, merchant
143 I'trfiinsular Casualty Co.. ins :
144 iz. Jackson, rewtaurart
143 'M. M. Little, merchant.
146 h. Curdai.-i,-merchant
147 P.. Vogt, merchant
748 -M. Jackson.- merchant
149 W Piatt, mi reliant
150 O. D. Ward, merchant
15I: Mrs. J f. Boyd, merchant
152 Georae Ohnmacht; merchant 4.-..
153 J. C." Pillars, merchant
154 Tlieus Bros., mercifants ..........
155 R. A. Ca.rIton, merchant
156 Clark son iidw. Co.., merchant ....
157 Mellon Turner Co., .merchant . .. .
158 H. Christian, real estate
159 J. D. Daw kins, merr!hants ........
160 J. it. Fort, merchant
161 G. B. Parramore. physician
162 P. W. Cook, merchant -. I

4 163 Dock Harris, merchant

164 Biackshear and Mclvhight, mchts
165 J. A. Freeman, merchant
166 G.' W.' Boon, market :
107 Lii I-L Van Engelken, physician...
168 .June Carter, restaurant

ri9 11. D. "Mathews, merchant

17-0 Lu la Edwards, restaurant
171- D. Ohisena, merchant . .
172 Carl A. Sommers, real estate ....

173 J. C. DuPree, merchant ?

lii Marylanir Ins. Co.. insurance ...

175 Mechanics and Travelers Insur

ance Company, Insurance . -. .'.

1 76 Atlas Insurance Co.. insurance. .

177 Natl.. Fire Ins. Oo., ins
178 Gerard P., and Marine Ins. Co., ins.
179 Hartlor.l Fi re. Co... ins

!8u Continental ins Crt., insurance.:..

181 Nor Wi on Union Fir -Ims. Co.,- ins.

-Uverpool, London and Globe ln ln-surante
surante ln-surante Co., in.surante

183- Sirinirneld F. and M. Ins. Co., ins.

181 Northern Inc. Co. of N. i ., ins....

il85 New Hampshire Fire Ins., "Co., ins.

18) Nort-nern Assurance Co., ins.."....

,187 Sun Insurance Co., insurance

188 -Wes'tern Assurance Co., ins
189 London and Lancashire Insurance

Company, insurance

i 190 New Brunswick F, Ins.. Co., ins. .
1 191 'M. R. Hunnrcutt, merchant .
192 Security Ins. Co.. ins

193 Fidelity-Phoenix F. Ins. Co., ins.

1 194 Natl. Liberty Ins.' Co., ins
195 Royal Exchange Ass. Co.. ins....

196 u. S. Fidelity ana uuaranty com company.
pany. company. Insurance
197 Fidelity and Casualty Co., ins....

198 Commercial Union, insurance com-

oany, insurance

199 Caledonian Ins. Co., insurance. .

l200 Clem W. Perry, barbershop ....

201 Belleview Trading Co.. merchant..
202 H. B. Masters So., merchant

203 T. F. Stewman, merchant

204 Bessie-Klrby, merchant

205 L. T.tHJckfton, merchant:
206 Ralpli Cleveland, merchant

207 Style Hat Shop, merchant .,
208 Jake Goldman, merchant .....
209 Jays Heister. merchant

210 Charles. Peyser, merchant
211 Frank"s. Inc.. merchant .. ".
212 rStewart Green, barbershop

213 John Evan3, meat marKet .........
1214 .Mary C. Jackson, merchant"
1215 Romeo Turpentine Co.. turpt still.

!16 ttomeo turpentine uo., mercnant.

217- Nicholas Heintz. merchant

1.50 '218 H. Hearst, merchant

219 H, Kaysor, merchant

220 Moses Grocery Co.. merchants
221 Minnie Ordish. merchant

I 222 Bitting and Co.. merchants
1 223 L. J. Blalock, merchant

224 J. S. Williams, merchant
225 M. S; Sawava, merchant

i 226 N. U. Kindt, merchant

. 227 C. G. Moxley, merchant
228 H. Feinberg, merchant
'229 Dan KHlins, pool table'.:.
230 J. L. Lawrence, merchant
231 Ocala Steam Laundrv. laundTy
232- E T. Helvenston, merchant .......

12.50 233 Sid R. Whaley. merchant

5.00 234 Court Pharmacy, merchants ......
1 en 235 Rheinauer and Co.. merchants....
c'oo 236 N. F. Beshere, merchant ..........
150 '237 S. G. Beshere. merchant
225 '238 Weihe Company, merchant'
i' en' 239 K. t Weihe, optician -.
. 240 J. ErAllemahd. merchant ... .r. .
o 50 241 Ocala Elec. Shop Shop, merchant..
2 50 '242 H. S. Minshall. merchant
2-50i24S Blalock Bros., merchants
. 244 H. A. Waterman, merchant
2 50 245 Carn-Thomas Co., merchant

2 5QIS-JD Jira.su ui tcerjf v iu uimik .....
'c-247 U-erve Grocery No. 1, merchant..

248 U-Serve Grocery No. 2, -merchant .
249 O. K. Teapot Grocery, merchant...
250 T. M. Thios, restaurant -.
251 John Bush, merchant
252 C. Barnes, merchant
253 H. W. Henry, physician
254 -Lincoln Mabley, merchant
255 J. M. Potter, merchant
256 D. Niel Ferguson, lawyer
257 Annie Griffin, restaurant
258 Thomas Tyson, merchant
259 rr. J. Galman, merchant .'.
260 Elizabeth Si Harrison. mcrchSnt. .
261 Grantham Bros., merchants
262 John Armstrong, merchant
263 John Armstrong, restaurant
264 J. E. Frampton, piano tuner
265 E. H. Martin, lawyer
266 W.- W. King, merchant
267 .Mrs. A. J. Carpenter, merchant...
268 C. and J. Camp, "phosphate plant..
269 R. H. Todd Lbr. Co. lumber dealers.
270 George Eglegog, merchant
271 J. J. Carn, meat market ...
272 Federal Bakery, ibakery f...
273 Gatrell-Osteen tSore, merchant .
274 Gatrell-Osteen Store, merchant...
275 Gatrell-Osteen Store, merchants.
276 Anti-Monopoly Drug tSore, mchts.
277 Chero-Cola Botting Co. bot. iplant.
278 D.-W. Tompkins, auto sales agency
279 Pillans and Smith, merchants
280 Edward Tucker, garage
281 W. H. Marsh, merchant
282 Tydings and Co., merchants
283 Rogers and Lawrence, sale stable.
84 Metropolitan Sav. Bank.- bankers.
285 The Ocala Bazaar, merchants
286 Ocala Seed Store, merchant ..
287 Nathaniel Hall, barber iShop
288 L. Green,, 'barber hop
289 James Green, restaurant --.
290 James Green, barnershop
291 James Green. merchant .........
292 George MacKay and Co., merchant
293 Marion Hardware Co., merchant.
294 Marion Hdw. Co.. dynamite dealrs
296 George MacKay, architect
29.7 Lewis-Chitty Co., merchant .
298 W. A. Stroud, merchant
299 J. C. Smitrf. merchant
300 Dunnellon Phosphate Company,
Phosphate mining
301 L. R. Chazal and Sons, merchants.
302 Wilson Cypress Co.. merchants .
303 Kelley-Milley Music Co.. merchant

304 Dunnellon Phosphate company,

k mining Tnospnate

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ISSUED
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T, 1920
' 2. 1920
12 ,1920
12. 1920. .

AMOUNT
State County

3.00
3.00
3.00

1.50

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1.50

.Oct 12, 1920...
.ort. '2. 1&20..
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.Oct. iZ. 1920
Oct. 12. 1920
Oct. '2, 1920
.Oct. 12, 1920
,Oct. 12, 1920.

2.50
2.50

2.50
2.50
2.50
2.50
1.50
1.50
1.50
2.50
2.50
2.50
3.00
1.50
1.50
1.50
1.50
1.50
5.00
1.00
3.00
1.50
1.50
1.50
1.50
5.00
1.50
1.50
1.50
5x00
1.50
1.50
1.50
1.50
5.00
1.50
1.50
1.50
1.50
1.50
2.25
5.00
1.50
1.50
1.50
1.50
1.50
1.50
1.50
1.50
7.50
1.50
2.50
2.50
2.50
2.50

2.50
2.50

2.50
2.50
2.50
2.50
2.50
2.50
2.60
2.50
2.50
2.50
2.50
2.50
2.50
2.50
2.50
2.50
2.50
2.50
1.50
25.00
2.50
2.50
1.50
1.50
3.00
1.50
7.50
3.75
1.50
1.50
1.50
- 3.75
1.50
18.75
1.50
6.75
2.50
2.50
2.25

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12, 1920.....
2,.1920....
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13. 1920.....
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14. 1920
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V 1920
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15. 1S20.
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15 1920
137 1920
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16. 1920
16 1920....
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ri. 1920.

.Oct. 21. 1920.
.Oct. 21. 1920.

.Oct. 21. 1920.

305 J. Buttgenbach & Company, min

ing phosphate
306 P. H. Perkins, barbershop
307 R. A. Burf ord, lawyer t . .
308 Katiba Bros., merchants
309 N. E. Lowe, merchant : .
310 G W. Code, merchant
311 N. Y. Life Ins. Co., insurance ....
312 Broadway Grocery Co.. merchant.
313 Jas. A. Butterfield, merchant
314 Dixie Highway Garage, garage .
315 G. C. Greene "and Co., merchant...
316 R. M. Giles, merchant
317 A. B. Halsell, merchant
318 Jno. S. Grantham, merchant
319 J. H. Smith, hotel
320 Ocala Iron Works, foundry
321 Ocala Motor Co., garage
322 The Elite Shop, merchant
323 Mrs. S. A. Ellis, merchant
324 Walkley and Barnett, merchants.
325 W. N. Knight, meat market ....
326 Ocala Wagon Works, blacksmith.
328 Matilda F. Williams, restaurant..
329 J. W. Coulter, merchant
330 A. C. Cobb, sale stable
331 L. C. Smith Dry Goods Co., mcht.
332 Dr. H. F. Watt, -physician

S3 lomnnson .Drug to., merchant ...
334 E. Goolsbv, merchant
335 G. C. Shephard. dentist

336 J. It. Blacki;ton, veter

Leda Natell, merchant

B. J. ummer.-i, barbersaop

.Oct. 21. 1920.

arian

337 337-3
3 337-3 2-

'HO Mary E. Brown, merchant
.)4l Bank of Dunnellon, banking ....
342 Dunnellon Ice and Storage Mch.
Co., ice factory
143 Dunnellon Supply Co., merchant..
'.4 4 O'Neal and Holly, garage
345 Mrs. Jessie E. M. Seall, merchant.
346 John Lezas, merchant

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3.00 1.50 i
4.30 2.25
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7.50 3.25
3.00 1.70
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2.00 1.50
3.00 1.50
4.50 2.25
3.00 1.50
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9.00 4.50
3.00 1.50.
10.00 5.00
"3.00 1.50
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3.00 1.50
3.00 1.50
3.00 1.50
3 OA 1.50
5.00 2.50
10.00 5.00
5.00 2.50
3.00 1.50
c.00 2.50
2.00 1.50
10.00 5.00
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250
2.50
2.50
2.50
a 2.50
.2.50
" 2.50
2.50
2.00 1.00
4.50 2.25
76.50 38.50
3.00 1.50
.1.00 1.50
3.00 1.50
3.00 1.50
3.00 1.50
12.00 6.00
3.00 1.50
3.00 1.50
10.50 5.25
1.00 .50
5.00 2.50
3.00 1.50
45.00 22.50
3.00 1.50
3.00 1.50
S.OO 1.50
4.50 2.25
30.00 15.00
3.00 1.50
6.00 3.00
3.00 1.50
4.50 2.25
4.50 2.25
3.00 1.50
3.00 1.50
7.50 3.75
25.00 v 12.50
3.00 1.50
10.00 5.00
16.50 8.25
3.00 ,1.50
9.00 4.50
39.00 19.50
3.00 1.50
3.00 1.50
3.00 1.50
10.00, 5.Cv
3.00 150
3.00 ISO
3.00 1.50
3.00 1.50
15.00 7.50
4.50 2.25
6.00 3.00
3.00 1.50
3.00 1.50
10.50 5.25
5.00 2.50
3.00 1.50
3.00 1.50
10.00 5.00
3.00 1.50
3.00 1.50
10.00 5.00
5.041 2.50
3.00 1.50
3.00 1.50
3.00 1.50
4.50 2.25
3.00 1.50
5.00' 2.50
S.00 1.50
10.00 5.00
3 00 1.50
3.00 1.50
40.00 20.00
15.00 7.50
3.00 1.50
5.00 2.50
3.00 1.50
7.50 3.75
7.50 3.75
39.00 19.60
7.50 3.75
10.00 5.00
10.00 5.0D
19.50 7.75
'0.00 5.00
3,00 1.50
7.50 3.75
25.00 12.50
15.00 7.50
6.00 3.00
3.00 1.50
2.00 1.00
1.00 .50
5.00 2.50
1.00 .50
3.00 1.50
76.50 38.25
46.50 23.25
10.00 5.00
5.00 2.50
39.00 19.50
3.00 1.50
3.00 150
40.00 20.00
4.50 2.25
4.50 2.25
4.50 2.25
40.00 20.00
75.00 37.50
3.00 1.50
10.00 5.00
3.00 1.50
3.00 1.50
3.00 1.50
2.50
3.00 1.50
3.00 1.50
10.00 5.00
4.50 2.25
3.60 1.50
3.00 1.50
3.00 1.50
5.00 2.50
25.00 12.50
10.00 5.00
3.00 1.50
3.00 1.50
7.00 3.75
5.00 2.50
10.00 5.00
5.00 2.50
3.00 1-50 I
23.00 12.50
3.00 1.50
10.00 5.00
3.00 1.50
6.00 3.0'j
10.00 5.00
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6.00 3.0';
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3.00 1.50
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NAME

OCCUPATION

-D. W. Goodwin, merchant
-C. W. Gautt, merchant ....
-V. P. Wilson, physician .
-W. M. Verno, mere-riant

DATE

ISSUED

Rogers and Lawrence, auctioneers
.j2 u". More men. dents! --
."ii-J. 'A'. Alexander, merchant
334 J. E. Caace. dentist
35". Harrington Hall hotel, hotel .....
:;ri Ocala liouse, hotel :
357 Swaim Poster Arv-M-iUIng Service,
-bill poster . r. .'. -e
;jiMr--:. V.". J. Mixson, merchant......
George MacKay &.. Co., undertak undertakers
ers undertakers and Vtnbalrners
360 i;. I'.. Cafe, restaurant
i61 Need ham Motor So., garage
"62 C. A. Fort, two pool tables -. .
;;;: Rainey and Co., merchants
Uo4 Pyles & I'erkin., undertakers and

enibaiiiicr.-

.Oct. 23
.Oct. 23
.Oct. 25.
.Oct. 2 5

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.Oct. -o. 19.

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.Oct.

192

192

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192

192

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.Oct. 25, 192

.Oct. 2.

l;2

AMOUNT
State County

L50

.Oct. 25. 1920.
.Oct. 26, 1920. .
. ct. 2C, 1920 .
-Oct. 2. U2l. .
.Oct. 26. 1920 ..
.Oct. 26. 1920. ..
.Oct. 20, 1920. .

A. Fort, barbershop

Brown, restaurant
F. Condon, garage ...." :

F. Condon, mt-rcaant
G. Peek, physician

Malever, merchant
Malever, merchant

IfWilliams, physician

373 Pegton G. Bailey, garage
374 W. J. Johnson, merchant
375 W. J. "Johnson, barbershop ........
376 Ocala Auto & Garage Co.. garage..
377 T. S. Mathews, merchant
378 The Book Shop, merchant
"T'j Rat Moreen, mfciehurft
oS0 Z. Graham, merchant'

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372 R.

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383 P..
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Red din.;
::s,' Mr.--. A.

Smith", merchant
Perry, merchant
Fuller, dentist ;
! ci man. pierchant
Ponder. physician
Donal'lcn, barbt-rsh3i

Graiiam, merchant
's Garage,-' garage -L.
Martin; merchant

:390 Zuber Store, merchant
391 Nelson and Co.. garage
392 P Ruth, merchant
393 Dr. H. Gatrell, physician
idt Arlo Box CoN merchant r
:;:: Arlo Box Co.. manufacturer crates
396- -McKay and Ulmer, garage
397 Dr. il. C. Dozier, physician
98 lr. J. Harry Walters, physician...
399 R. A. rjwanu, merchant
400 K. C. Bennett, mov. .picture" snow..
401 Thomas Russell, "merchant
402 Hubert Kiner, merchant ....
403 Columbia Ins. Co.. insurance i-
404 Eastern Urndervf riters Co., ins....
405 Needham Bros mrechants
406 W. S. Ford, restaurant'
407 H. W. Tucker, merchant
408 C. H. Hogan, hawker of medicines.
409 H. Thalgott, merchant
41C Ins. Underwriters. Agcy., ,ins
411 Milwaukee Mechanics Ins. Co., ins.
412 Natl. Surety Co., ofi N. Y.. ins
413 N. J. Fire Ins. Co.. ins
.414 R. I. Ins. Co. of Providence, ins...-
415 Phoenix Assur. Co. of London, Ins.
416 U. S. Fire Ins. Co. of N. Y., ins
417 Amer. Eagle Fire Ins. Co.. Ins
418 County Fire Ins. Co., ins...
419 Concordia Fire Ins. Co., Ins..
420 Globe & Rutgers Fire Ins. Co.. ins.
421 First State Bank of Mcintosh,
bankers ..
422 Globe Medicine Co., hawker of
medicines ..
423 B. R. Chambers, merchant
424 Dr. C. B. Ayer, dentist
425 Slaughter and Newton, merchants.
426 Florida Blossoms, show"
427 M. Epstein, merchant
428 M. and T. Plumbing and Electric,
merchants ..
429 Ocala Telephone Co., telephones..
430 Dr. J. W. Hood, physiciax .........
431 Providence and, Washington Ina.
' Oo., insurance ..

432 Palatine Fire Ins. Co., N.Y., ins..
433 Natl Fire Ins. Co., Hartford, ms.
434 Automobile Fire Ins. Co.. ins
435 Seneca Fire Ins. Co., ins
436 Scottish Union, ?and National Ins.
Co., insurance
437 Gerard Fire Ins. Co. of Phila, ins..
438 London Assurance Co.. N. Y., ins..
439 Mechanics and Traders Fire Ins.
Co. of New Orleans, La., ins
440 Atlas-Ins. Co. of New York. ins...
441 Conn. -F. Lns. Co.. HaTtford; ins..,
442 American Surety Co., N. Y., ins...
443 Addle Edwards, merchant :
444 jr. E. G. Lindner, physician
445 L. N. Green, lawyer
446 Mrs. S. D. Dawkins. merchant
447 Leroy Williams, merchant
4 48 Charles Ware, merchant
4 4a R. L. Gleason, agent, show
4 50 Lewis Weihe, merchant
451 Geo. II. Smiley, merchant .'
452 W. M McNalr. merchant
453 A. H. Cunningham, merchant
454 Jeff Howard, merchant
455 Autogenous Welding Co.; mrchant.
456 R. S. Savage Jr., real estate
457 McCrory Stores Corp.. merchant...
458 Otis Squires, merchant
459 Jas Harper. A. B. Folks, mchts...
460 Auto Sales Co.. garage

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STATE OP FLORIDA
COUNTY OF MARION:
I. W. E SMITH, County Judge in and for Marion County, do certify that,
the forego'ng reort contains a true statement- of all occupational licenses is issued
sued issued in Marion County from the 29th day of April. 1920. to the 1st day of De December,
cember, December, 1920. both days inclusive. W. E.. SMITH. County Judge.'

! J. A. SPENCER

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We Make a Specialty of Parts for the Biiick and
the Prices are Consistent with the Cost of Same.

GOODYEAR AND U. S. TIRES AND TUBES

Exclusive Agents for "VESTA" BATTERY, 18 Mo. Guarantee
An Up-to-Date Battery Service Station
We Maintain an Up-to-Date Garage with
Expert Workmen, at all times, Assuring

Prompt and Efficient Seryice. .

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GASOLINE, OILS AND GREASE.

SPENCER-PEDRIi K MOTOR CO.
WIONE 271

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OCA LA EVENING STAR, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 11. 1920

OGALA DCCURREHOES

If you have any
phone to'five-one.

society items,

Sir. Clarence Camp has returned
koine from a several Weeks' ; business
.trip to Savannah.
Don't fail to visit the Guarantee
Clothing & Shoe Company. Every Every-v:
v: Every-v: 11 : ? i nr..

uiuig- wc sen is guaianiccu. licit

ugnung ior yuAUi i not -prices, u
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Don't fail to visit the Guarantee
3otbinf & Shoe Company. Every Everything
thing Everything we sell is guaranteed. We're

uniing zor iuauj i not nncea. tr
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Mrs. George Blitch and son, Hardy
Croom of Williston, were shoppers in
town, for the day.

Mr. and Mrs. C. P. Moore of Hat Hat-tiesburg,
tiesburg, Hat-tiesburg, Miss., are visitors in the
city, guests' at .the home' of. Mrs.
Moore's sister, Mrs. J. H. Dunn."

Madame Hendren
BOOK SHOP. v

dolls Y at

THE
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Ivory and PY-RA-LIN toilet sets;
r.lso single pieces. Tydings & C6. tf

Sugar 10c. per pound.
Phones 377 and 162.

Whittington.
9-3t

Mrs. J.'IL Hitchings and son, Jack
have arrived in the city for a several
weeks visit at the home of Mrs. Hitch Hitchings'
ings' Hitchings' parents, Mr. and Mrs. S. R.
Pyles.
''See our Butterfly window. THE
BOOK SHOP. 7-3t

Many Ocala homes have mirrors
that are an eyesore. Have them re re-silvered.
silvered. re-silvered. Wo pk guaranteed. Ocala Mir Mir-Tor
Tor Mir-Tor & Plating Works. Phone 504. tf

Truskejdifkgjs will puzzle you, but
you will be delighted with our prices
n MIDDIES and SHIRTWAISTS.
ITSHEL'S. tf

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Miss, Edith ; Baker of Ocala was
-visiting Bushnell friends Wednesday.
-Sumter County Times;
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Just arrived, a select line of the
GENUINE PARISIAN IVORY in
Manicure Sets, Mirrors, Combs aiad
Brushes and assorted pieces, at Anti Anti-Monopoly
Monopoly Anti-Monopoly Drug SStore. v 3-10t

DOLLS, DOLLS and then
more dolls at FISHEL'S.

some
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Thr will ha services nt the C&th

lic church tomorrow morning-at 11
o'clock and in the evening at 7:30.
Seafood, always to be had fresh at
City FISH Market, 9 Ft. King Ave. tf
There is nothing closer to a man
" than his "Underwear," and there is
ao UNDERWEAR closer to cost than
that at FISHEL'S. 9-3t

Apalachicola oysters every day.
Cook's Market and Grocery", phone

243, North Main street. JL7-tf

JACOB'S SUPERB CANDIES in
holiday boxes. Prices from 5c. to $25.
Anti-Monopoly Drug Store, exclusive
agent. 3-1 Ot

We always carry a nice line
Men's Trouser FISHELIS.

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Rev. C. L. Collins has returned

home from attending the Baptist con convention
vention convention at Kissimmee, and will fill the
Baptist pulpit, both morning and eve evening,
ning, evening, tomorrow.

We are showing the finest line oi

Perfume Sets, both Domestic and Im Imported,
ported, Imported, that we have ever carried.
Bought direct and the prices are right.
Gerig's Drug Store. tf
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Bring your old mirrors to us for. re re-Ailvering.
Ailvering. re-Ailvering. YouH be surprised at the
low cost. We guarantee every job.
Ocala -Mirror and -Plating Works,
Yonge block, phone 504. 8-tf

If your grocer doesn't supply you
with FEDERAL' bread, let us serve
you at the bakery, Ocala House
block. .-x 8-6t

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Mrs. J. C. B. Koonce is entertaining
a number of friends this afternoon at
ber home Jn honor of Mrs. R. S Hall
and her sister, Miss Nellie Bain of
Greensboro, N. C.

Beautiful line new
THE BOOK SHOP.

stationery at
9-3t

Messrs. Alfred MacKay, George L.
Davis of Dunnellon and Joe Borden
of Newberry were out of town guests
at the dance last night at the Wom Woman's
an's Woman's Club, given by the Eight O'Clock
D. ncing Club.

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

BABY
SHOP.

DOLLS at THE

BOOK
9-3t

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

Mr. Ed Crews, who met with an ac accident
cident accident last week, while working at
Taylor's mill and was taken to the
hospital for treatment, has almost re recovered
covered recovered under the care of that insti institution,
tution, institution, and after a few days at home
will be able to resume his former position.

Several weeks ago, at the Metho Methodist
dist Methodist church in Clearwater, there was
solemnized one "of the most beautiful
weddings ever witnessed in that city.
The contracting parties were Miss
Lollie Pearle Moore and Rev. Jesse
Bianton Reid of Sutherland. This
marriage wilj be of much interest to
rr any in Ocala, as the bride with her
parents, Rev. "and Mrs. L. W. Moore
once resided in this city. Rev. Moore
for many years was pastor of tha
Methodist church here and he and his
family made many lasting friends
whp are extending their congratula congratulations
tions congratulations and best wishes to the bride and
grood for a happy and prosperous

married life. Miss Isabelle Davis of

this city, a student at Southern Col

lege, rendered several piano solos

which received much praise. Immed

iately after the wedding an elaborate
reception was held at the parsonage
and among the out of town guests
ptesent were Mrs. F. L. Durand and
son, Francis of Yalaha, former resi

dents of this city. Rev., and Mrs. Reid
will make their home in Sutherland

until the, close of the college year.
Rev.' Reid is spoken of as one of the

favorite young ministers of the Flor-

ica conierence.

Complete line of school supplies al always
ways always on hand at Tydings"& Co, tf
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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.
li. 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
& Co., opp. Harrington Hall hotel, tf

Mrs. Phillip Murphy will leave New
York city Dec. 18th on one of the
Clyde Line boats and expects to ar arrive
rive arrive in Ocala on the 21st. Mrs. Mur Murphy
phy Murphy has been north for over three
months and her host of friends will
be glad to welcome her home again.
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Our line of leather handbags is most

attractive. Be sure and see them before-making
your selection. THE
SPECIALTY. SHOP, A. E. Gerig. 3t

Bubble books that sing are a joyous

-fgift to a child. The latest series at

THE SPECIALTY SHOP, A. E.

GERIG.- 3teod

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REPOSSESSED "TRUCKS M TOURING CARS
v Fives Maxwells and Federal Trucks
." CASH OR' MONTHLY PAYMENTS

HARRY J. DOYLE HARRINGTON JIALL HOTEL

We have a very pretty line of

LADIES' COATS an dour prices are

bwer than elsewhere. FISHEL'S. tf

Gifts That Last

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And let os Pot If "Away

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WM. A. TINSMAN
' CONTRACTOR
ALL WORK GUARANTEED
Estimates Furnished Free

Phone No. 526, 21& W. 5th St. Ocala

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nothing so distinctive, m last lasting
ing lasting and so sure to he appre appreciated.
ciated. appreciated. We know scores of
men in this city who would be
. overjoyed at Christmas if they
recerred someone's pbotorapk.
THE BLAKE STUDIO
(Over. Helvenston's)
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TT HAS ALWAYS been the policy of this bank to f
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fare welfare of depositors. We do not merely wish for the.
success of our depositors; we work for their success,"
realizing that their "interests of the bank are closely
bound up with the welfare of its customers.
TE STRIVE to meet the requirements of our cus cus-toniers
toniers cus-toniers in a manner consistent with right bank-,
ing principles,

TUESDAY, DEC. 14 j WEIHE co.

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CIRCUS CpMMG
OCALA T

THE OCALA JEWELERS,
Ocala, Fla.

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Ocala Aptojaiid Parage Conipaiiy
Successors to Gates Garage
We sell Philadelphia Diamond Grid Batteries
Chandler and Cleveland Automobiles

-Look at bur .Used Cars. All are Bargains ana Guaranteed as represented.
' Tires, .Tubes, Accessories and Storage

Cars Washed C1.00

. Cars Polished $1.00

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Hamilton Watches
Waltham Watches
Elgin Watches 1
s 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 y
. Cameo Rings, all kinds
Opal Rings
Topaz Rings
Emblem Rings, all orders
BROOCHES: Diamonds and
Platinum, Cameos and
Others, a Larg
' Asortment
BAR PINS: Gold, SflTtr,
Platinoid, etc.Fino
Assortment -Cuff
, Buttons and Links all
Kinds
Collar Pins 9
Beauty and Dress Pins
Lingerie Clasps
Bib Holders
Bracelets'
Ti Clasps
Collar Pins, Gold and Silver
. Hat Pins
LaValierres in Platinum,
Diamonds and all Kinds
and Shapes
' Necklace and Lockets
Crosses
. Vanity Cases v
Mesh Bags, Soldered Links
Umbrellas, Ladies and Gents
Silver and Gold Belt Buckles
Belts, the Best Leather
Sheaffer Fountain Pens, the
Best Pen on the Market
Ever-Sharp Pencils
Gold Handle Pocket Knives
Pearl Handle Pocket Knives
Vest Chains
Coat and Waldemar Chains
Fobs, all Kinds
- Community Silver, Every
- Thing
Cut Glass, the Prettiest Line
. Vases, Large Selection
Water .Sets
Glasware, 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
Richelieul
Thimbles
Ingersoll Watches
Optica Goods of air Kinds in
Charge of th 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-'
lection now.

UNCLASSIFIED

ADVERTISEMENT

4V ANTED. LOST. FOUND

SALE, FOR RENT AND SILI
ILAR LOCAL NEEDS

Rates: Six lines, maximum one tins,
25c; three times, 50c; six times, 7 t.j
one memth, $3. Payable irv advance.

FOR RENT Severar large and com com-fortabla
fortabla com-fortabla furnished rooms. Apply tl

504 Oklawaha avenue.

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TABBAGE PLANTS Protected frora
frost by overhead irrigation. Char Charleston
leston Charleston Wakefield, Early Susxsi:;?v
Lupton's best Long Island ssc j,
$1.50 per thousand; special price in
large quantities. J. R. Davis Fur.-';,

Barfciw, Fla. tf

WANTED To hire autotrucks e-J
team to haul blocks 56 inches Icrj
by the cord or. block; good pay. Zij
Fred J. Baird, four miles, south
Dixie Highway. ' S-Ci

WANTED A good farmer to f:.;.
on shares. Also wouI4 Hke to
ten, i fifteen or twenty acres cf cv. i
on stiares. I have good land r. : r
town. W. D. Carn. lZ-'

LAKE WEIR Two completely fur furnished
nished furnished cottages for sale 'at.. Wood Wood-mar,
mar, Wood-mar, Eastlake; running water Izib
room, toilet, acetylene gas, two I !-rooms
rooms !-rooms in each house. For prices z l
. particulars, hpply to D. S. T7c i-

row, Box 581, Ocala, Fla.

IHERO-COLA WOODYARD We tit
prepared to furnish oak or
wood for either stove or fireplr,;
on short notice. We deliver ycr
money's worth promptly. Give ts a
trial order. Chero-Coia Woody-i.:,
phone 67. G-lrs

FOR SALi: A six-room ccttase,

modern conveniences, on S. Third
street. Cheap and terms if desired.
Communicate .with owner, box ZWr
city. t-il

WANTED Ten common laborers for
work in crate factory at Oak, Flor Florida.
ida. Florida. C-fc

WANTED Wood cook stove.
26.

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COWS FOR SALE Good milkers,;
Holstein'and Jersey breeds; xzrj
gentle and. ideal family cows. Alio 4
one 2-year-old Jersey bull, Camp's
stock and three graded Jersey he if-
ers. Abner Pooser, 515 outh gth
St.,f phone 576. 8-tf

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WANTED To place local agency
with right party; pays from two to

twenty dollars daily for part or all
time. Sells in goodly quantiy to all
.homes., who use and boost and buy
again. Write today for full partic particulars
ulars particulars and standard package free to
you.DiSo .Mfg. Co., Ins Deek'P
Knoxville, Tjpn. ll-3t

.Auto. Repairing-'
EFFICIENT WORKMEN,
PROMPT SERVICE
REASONABLE CHARGES

We repair all makes of cars and
specialize cn Maxwell, Chalmers and
Oakland autos.

GEO. J. WILLIAMS
Formerly Carroll Motor Company
Garage, Osceola St.
Phone.... Night Phone 408

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Willi Be Located on the

HUNTER PARK
S. Magnolia SL

RAILHOAD SCHEDULES
Arrival and departure of passenger
fararns at OCALA UNION STATION.
The following schedule figures pub

lished as information and not guar guaranteed.
anteed. guaranteed. c
(Eastern Standard Time)
SEABOARD AIR LINE RAILROAD

Our Specialty Is
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Leae

:15 am
:55 pm
:17 pm

Arriva
2:10 am
1:34 am
4:15 pza

JacksonvUle-N'York
Jacksonville
Jacksonville i
Tararsa-

2:15 am Manatee- 4:05 pm

St. Petenburg
:15 am Tampa 2:10 am

2:15 am Manatee- 4:17 pm

4:05 pm Tampa-St. Petrsbfg 4:17 pm

ATLANTIC COAST LINE IL B.

Leave Arriva

2:12 pm JacksonvUle-N'York 2:48 am

1:45 pm Jksonville-Gainsville 3:35 pm
6:42 am Jksonville-Gnesville 10:13 pm

2:42 am Stetsbrg-Lakeland 2:12 am
3:35 pm StJ'etabrg-Lakeland 1:25 pm
7:10 am Dunnellon-Wilcox
7:23 am Dunellon-Lkeland 11:03 pm
3:25 pm Homosassa 1:30 pm
10:13pm Leesburg 6:42 am
4:45 pm Gainesville 11:50 am
Monday, Wednesday, Friday.
"Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday.

ARCADE PRESSING

CLUB REOPENED

YOU SAVE MONEY
Cn your shoe bills by having; us re rebuild
build rebuild your old shoe3. Our charges Era
moderate, and we guarantee satisfac satisfaction.
tion. satisfaction.
Between Ten Cent Store and Gerig's
-. Dtug Store

Having purchased the outfit of the
Arcade Pressing Club on South Mag Magnolia
nolia Magnolia street, I am now prepared to do
all land3 of work in this line on short
notice Ladies' work a specialty and
satisfaction guaranteed. Eight years
experience. Work called for and de delivered
livered delivered to any part of the city.
6-6t Phone 228. W. G. Pitts.

FOR SALE
LARGE LUE-GIM GONG
ORANGE TREES.
Will Deliver and Plant for
$3.50 EACH
The Large Trees.
WARTMANN NURSERY CO
Ocala, Fla.
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