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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.
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English
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Porter & Harding
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Ocala, Fla.
Ocala Fla
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Newspapers -- Ocala (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Marion County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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United States -- Florida -- Marion -- Ocala
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29.187778 x -82.130556 ( Place of Publication )

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

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WEATHER -FORECAST
, TEMPERATUBIJ
Fair and continued cool
Probably light frost to tonight
night tonight on the mainland,
tonight and Saturday.
This morning:, 40.
This afternoon, 65.
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VOL 2(i
OCALA, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, DECEMBER IT.
NO. :)2

.GALA

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Threatens, to
on Joe

Proiably County on Pardoning
Himself Before His Term

Tallahassee, Dec. 17. In ;an open
letter Governor Catts threatens to go
w vow m, ami ajxm.ii. niw wb uuuun;'
'barreled shotgun, loaded with buck buck-sh0t,":and
sh0t,":and buck-sh0t,":and have a final settlement with
Joe L. Earmari, president of the state
board of health and publisher of the
Palm Beach Post. The letter follows
the publication in the post &sf an ar article
ticle article regarding the reinstatement bf
the state's -attorney at "West Palm
Beach.' '.'
HARDING'S EARS ARE
. BEING HAMMERED
Today hy the Silver Tongue of the
Great Wm. J. Bryan
(Associated Press)
Marion, Dec. 17. Wiliam Jennings
Bryan conferred with Senator Harding
today on the 'association of nations..
Mr. Bryan is the first former official
of the democratic administration to he
summoned to Harding's council table.
.KILLING MEN IN A 7 r
' RIOT IN KANSAS
(Associated Preas)
Independence, Kan., Dec. 17. State
troops are patrolling the streets as a
result of race disorders when a white
."boy and negro were killed and four
whites wounded.
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. ALBANIA HAS COME IN
(Associated Press) V
Geneva, Dec. 17. Albania has been
elected a member of the league of na nations
tions nations by the assembly, j
Do not forget the party at the
Woman's Club house tonight at tight
o'clock. There are many tables for
auction, but a few tables for rook
and other games will also be provided.
Get your friends together and come
and enjoy a social chat, if you do not
wish to play, and help the little orr
phans in the J acksonville home. 1 The
fee is 50c. per person.
Salt and fresh wajer fish, oysters,
hrimp, etc., .at City FISH Market,
9 Ft. King Ave., phone 158 27-tf
. ,-v ....
Miss Abbie Munroe was hostess to
the Thursday afternoon auction club
yesterday at her home, south of town.
The two regular tables of players
were present and the top scorers for
the afternoon were Mrs. Napoleon
Hickman and Mrs. Frank Logan. At
the conclusion of the games Miss
Munroe served, her guests a dainty
course of refreshments. t
Mr. H. A'. Waterman, the haber-
dasner, nas secured lor the holiday
trade the help of Mr. P. W. Dye, a
well-known and competent young
salesman; also, he expects the assist assistance
ance assistance of that' clever boy, Tom Walils,
who will be here from college next
week. "Ardis" will probably have
other help, as business is good, and
he doesn't like to see his customers
have to wait.
"Go to FISHEL'S" was written a
friend by a party who recently went
to Chicago, "and buy me. that ador adorable
able adorable little HAT and express it to me
at once. - tf
Her Ocala friends are glad to have
c T7 J T i
Mrs. Rogers arrived on the 1:30 south southbound
bound southbound train this morning, and .has
again taken her rooms at Mrs. Haile's
and is obtafning her meals at the
Arms House. J3he spent the summer
at her northern home near Detroit,
leaving there some weeks ago and
stopping at several places on her way
to Florida. She is almost as glad to
be in Ocala again as her friends are
to see her.

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Ear man
REED'S BEMAINS REST
. NEAR THE KREMLIN
Amsterdam, Nov. 26. (Correspon (Correspondence
dence (Correspondence of the Associated Press.) John
Reed, the American writer, who died
in Moscow some weeks! ago of typhoid
fever, has been buried at the Kreme Kreme-lin,
lin, Kreme-lin, in the plat of ground which Lenine
has designated as a sort of a "West "Westminster
minster "Westminster Abbey of Bolshevism," says a
Moscow dispatch in' he Amsterdam
Tribune, a communist newspaper pub published
lished published here.
"Reed' remains rest." .said the Tri Tribune,
bune, Tribune, "in the sacred precincts before
the walls of the Kremelin, where so
J many revolutionaries Joave already
found a resting place."
The Tribune also printed a number
details connected with Reed's career,
including the statement that Reed and
his wife, Louise Bryant, fought be before
fore before the Winter Palace in the first
battle of the bolsheviki against the
Kerensky troops, on the side of the
firmer, in November, 1918.
John Reed came to Odala several
years ago to interview William Jen
nings Bryan, upon his arrived from
Palatka over the Oklawaha 1 river
route, and he and a member of the
Star force' occupied, adjoining seats
at the Temple theater, where Mr. Bry Bryan
an Bryan gave a lecture the evening of his
arrival. Mr. Reed was at that time
connected with Collier's Weekly.
Stanley "FERROSTAT" is non non-breakable
breakable non-breakable keeps hot cr cold. Quart
ai-d two-quart sizes. Ty dings & Co.tf
MISS CALDWELL MAY
HAVE BEEN MURDERED
Southern Girl Seems to Have Been
V Abducted by a Gang with Its
Rendezvous Near Detroit
( Associated Press)
Detroit," Dec. 17. The police are
searching deserted : summer cottages
on islands in the Detroit river for
Miss Mary E.- Caldwell, whose glove'
with a note in it saying she was be being
ing being taken away by four men in a boat
was found near the river. The girl is
18 years of age and came here from
the South.
Guth's, Liggett's and Nunnallys
Candies, all sizes from half-pound to
ten-pound boxes. Ceng's Drug Store.
MAYBE HE WAS JACK JOHNSON
(Associated Press)
Kansas City, Dec 17.Jess Willard
expects to train three months in pre preparation
paration preparation for the bout with Dempsey,
in New York, March 17th. His man manager
ager manager says that Willard wants to prove
to the public he was not himself at
Toledo., k.
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v
There is 'nothing closer to a man
than his "Underwear," and there is
no UNDERWEAR closer to cost than
that at FISHEL'S. 9-3t
ROBBERS WERE BUFFALOED
Nek Brunswick, N. J., Dec. 16.
Robbers who entered the jewelry store
of O. O. Stillman here learned that
the theory of three-card monte may
be applied to burglary insurance. Still Still-man
man Still-man keeps three safes so that burg burglars
lars burglars will have to guess which is worth
cracking. The two-to-one chance
against them proved too much for the
recent intruders, who opened one of
the empty two, and then quit the
game, leaving that with the valuables
intact.
j beatood, always to be had fresh at
'City FISH Market, 9 Ft. King Ave. tf

CONFERENCE CALLS
FOR MORE CREDITS

I Only Way It Knows to Escape from a
Hole is to Dive More Deeply
Into It
(Associated Press)
St. louis, Dec. 17. Credits and
systematized marketing are being
considered at the conference of farm farmers
ers farmers called by the national board of
farm organizations. The delegates
urged the conference to sponsor legis legislation
lation legislation enlarging the powers of the
federal reserve act, allowing extension
of personal loans and short time
credits to the farmers.
ANOTHER -FUNERAL SHIP
HAS ARRIVED
lAssocIaled Pre&s)
Kew York, Dec. 17. The t largest
shipment of American war dead to
he returned on one ship 2479 bodies
arrived here ve&terdav on thp artnv
transport Wheaton from Bordeaux
and St. Nazaire.
From the mast of the funeral ship,
the flag for which her silent passen passengers
gers passengers fought, hung at half mast. Other
harbor craft dipped their colors as
thf transport moved into her pier.
CUTTING DOWN WAGES J
IN SOUTH CAROLINA
V Associated Press)
Spartanburg, S. C, Dec. 17. The
Spartanburg mills announce an addi
tional wage cut of 20 per cent. The
management said the reduction was
necessary in order to avoid closing.
CROCKERY SMASHED IN CHINA
(Associated press)
Peking, Dec. 17. An earthquake
here today rocked buildings and creat-'
ed excitement in hotels and clubs.
A MONUMENT TO A
WAR INNOVATION
itocKiana, jie., uec. iu. The con concrete
crete concrete steamer Polias appears likely to
remain a monument on the Maine
j coast to one of the war innovations in
! marine architecture. The freighter is
1 securely lodged on Old Cilley Ledge,
! nfar the southwestern, entrance to
Penobscot Bay, where she stranded in
a storm last February, resultiner in the'
: less of eleven of her crew.
j Repeated efforts & float the vessel,
I which cost the g6vernment $950,000
i to construct, have fiftallv been aban-i

doried and wrecking gear has been re- carefully sought-out data 'does Col Col-moved.
moved. Col-moved. The Polias still rests on an Her's base this extraordinary conclu-

, even keel, giving her the apeparance
of being afloat, but with everv tide
she fills with water pouring through
holes punched in the hull by the jag jagged
ged jagged rocks.
Her position has not changed since
she struck the ledge while bound from
Sears port for Norfolk after complet-
j ing the third trip since her launching.
No trace has ever been found of the
bodies of the eleven seamen who put
off in a boat without a Blaster's per permission.
mission. permission. It is supoosed the boat was

sraashed against the side of thei5-11161"- New Mexico care for
steamer. Captain Coehland and the.11" own- hy fighting to

other 28 members of the crew were
; rescued the next day by coast guards
men:
When you are doing your holiday
sVopping look over our line of import imported
ed imported and domestic hair brushes. Tydings
& Co., opp. Harrington Hall hotel, tf

-36 inch Outing Flannel in light shades, a regular 50c quality,
Special for tomorrow

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OCALA

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President SHll Make His Permanent
Htfme in the Nation's
. .Capital City
(Associated Press)
Washington, Dec. 17. President
Wilson has purchased a residence here
for his home after the Harding inaug inauguration.
uration. inauguration. It is understood that Mr.
Wilson paid $150,000 for the place.
CASH BONUS BEST
Hearings on the House bill proposing-to
adjust compensation for former
service men were completed by the
Senate finance committee today and
the chairman announced that the com committee,
mittee, committee, will meet tomorrow to deter determine
mine determine what action should be taken on
the measure. With one exception the
witnesses declared for a cash bonus
pian.
PLUGGED BY A POLICEMAN
' (Associated Press j
Chicago, Dec. 17. The man who at attempted
tempted attempted to hold up a drug store last
night was identified at Thomas Heavy
of St. Louis. A policeman killed a
bandit after another- policeman had
been fatally shot.
brazilians are expecting
Secretary of state colby
(Associated Press)
Rio Janeiro, Dec. 17. Secretary of
State Colby and party are expected to
arrive here Monday, according to a
wirelessJ
STATES RIGHTS FOR
THE EX-SOLDIERS
(American Legion Weekly)
Veterans who favor a federal bonus,
says Collier's, "say theydon't want
a gift; they want justice. That is the
object. The states, it seems, are mak making
ing making very considerable efforts to at attain
tain attain that object. To du duplicate
plicate duplicate in the bonus matter what has
already been done by the states

would be taking a chance the mostiat the meeting of the

useless kind of chance. Besides which,
the men wouldn't want it. They call
ftr adjusted compensation. Well, the
Ftates are putting their shoulders to
the wheel." '.
Thus does another national publica publication
tion publication enter the field of-periodicala which
know all there is to know about the
men who fought the war. "The men
wouldn't want it." On precisely what
sion? It has the disadvantage, consid considering
ering considering it on the ground of its value to
the argument in hand, of being nine nine-tnth?
tnth? nine-tnth? untrue.
And "the states are putting their
shouldej-s to the wheel." The veteran,
then, is a state problem. It was not
the United States as a compact unit
which went to war. It, was the com common
mon common wraith of Massachusetts against
the imperial German government, the
state of Nevada against the royal
and imperial Austro-Hungarian gov-
piotect, the safety and" honor of a
great nation, or the state capitol at
Santa Fe?
DOLLS, DOLLS and then
more dolls at FISHEL'S.
some
tf
Get the habit of reading the ads.
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On the Killing Nov. 2nd o
Negroes at Ocoee

But as He is a Southern Democrat,
Northern Radicals Will be Pre Prejudiced
judiced Prejudiced Against His Statement

Washington, Dec. 17. Federal Dis District
trict District Attorney Phillips, of Florida, has
been instructed by the department of
justice to investigate the election riots
between negroes and whites at Ocoee
last month to determine whether the
federal statutes were violated.,
REPUBLICANS TO REAPPORTION
- The republicans will hold a caucus
tonight to consider reapportionment
of the membership of the House of
Representatives corresponding to the
population as contained in the 1910
census. N
BROKE THE WORLD RECORD
American ship builders broke the
world's pre-war record of launching
during the last fiscal year, according
to the annual report of the commis commissioner
sioner commissioner of, navigation
NEGR6ES INCREASE IN THE BIG
CITIES
The negro population of Birming Birmingham
ham Birmingham as announced by the census bu bureau
reau bureau is 70,217, an increase of 17,112;
Montgomery, 19,826, an increase of
504, and Chattanooga 18,866, an in increase
crease increase of 924.
Ta RELIEVE THE SHORTAGE
Formulation of a constructive pro program
gram program for the' relief of the national
housing shortage will be undertaken
Chamber of
Commerce of the United States Jan Jan-vary
vary Jan-vary 27th.
OUR ISLAND WARDS OUTBREAK
(Associated Press)
Manila, P. I., Dec. 17. The entire
constabulary is charged with partici
pating in the riot Wednesday causing
the deaths of four Americans and sev seven
en seven Filipinos.
We have a very pretty line of
LADIES COATS an dour prices, are
bwer than elsewhere. FISHEL'S. tf
i
, j
Abruzzi seed rye, $4 per bushel.
Rust proof seed oats, $1.50 per bushel.
Ocala Seed Store. 22-tf
1919 five-passenger Buick, five
tires (3 cords) Spencer-Pedrick Motor
Co. '" 7-tf
Complete line of school supplies al always
ways always on hand at Tydings & Co. tf
A big supply of the famous Norris
Candies in one," two and five-pcund
packages, put up especially for the
holiday trade. Court Pharmacy. -6-6t
Successful business men axe good
tiring them.
FLORIDA

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PRESENT THE CLAIMS OF
. THE EX-SERVICE MEN
(Associated Press)
Washington, Dec. 17. Claims of
former service men to a grant from
Congress were supported yesterday by
representatives of the American Le--gion
at the Senate financa committee'
hearings on the House bill to adjust -compensation
of world war veterans.
Major 'Frederick Galbraith Jr.,na-
tional commander of the legion, and

'Gilbert Bettman, chairman of the le-'

gion's eexcutive committee, said th"
legion sought to present and demon demonstrate
strate demonstrate the validity of the claim of the '4
men and that the government should' should'-find
find should'-find means of meeting them. ;
-The American Legion has no idear idear-how
how idear-how many men would prefer the cash
bonus, Commander Galbraith said but, but,-he
he but,-he added, the contemplated campaign1
if prluratinn -f!il1 nrv r?miht -rocnTf.
in many electing to take the other op-
tions.
The soldiers, he said, should" not
suffer from economic prejudice 'by
reason of their militarv Rrvif and
the legion wa! seeking readjustment
along that' line. ':
Lack of attention for wounded sol soldiers,
diers, soldiers, he said, resulted frorh the fact
that there is no centralized responsi responsibility
bility responsibility in the administration of measr
he said, that they were being mis mistreated.
treated. mistreated. Action of Congress for them
ha? failed to materialize, he asserted, -adding
that he thought the lack of
(centralized authority in the adminis
trative agencies was wher the great greatest
est greatest part of the trouble lay.
"The whole thing, then, is the inef inefficiency
ficiency inefficiency of the administration?" asked
Acting Chairman McCumber.
''Yes," the American -Legion com commander,
mander, commander, replied.
He advocated ending the hydra hydra-t.eaded
t.eaded hydra-t.eaded systenvwhereby it was hardly
possible to place the responsibility
for neglect of duty. The membership
of the association he heads, he placed
at 250,000.
"Isn't it fair and right for Congress
to find some way to pay the" men who
rfsked their lives?" he asked.
"Immediate action" was asked by
Robert Burnside, Pittsburg command- 1
er in chief of the Veterans of Foreign
Wars. All were asking for the "square
deal," he said.
Most of the men. he said, are in
favor of adjusted compensation, and
think this should be given them im immediately,
mediately, immediately, ne said many 1 soldiers
were kept long abroad, and returned
to find their old positions filled, and
had to start again at the bottom.
Soldiers are opposed to the pending:
bill, said Sam Lovenbein, chairman
cf the Rank and File Veterans As Association.
sociation. Association. He thought it contained a
few good things which might be sep separated
arated separated and put into another bill. He
said all the boys were "going to take
cash" anyway and told this commit committee
tee committee "all this talk about bthre things
is just taking up your time."
He suggested a bill for. vocational ;
training under which all service men
could benefit, some form of. govern government
ment government loans for homes and farms and
a short bill for a bonus.
.mt. uuveiiucm &aui nis association
wanted the money for the bonus to
C T :j t-
come from the "war profiteers."
Full line of smokers' articles, pipes,
trbacco, cigars, etc. Tydings & Co.,
opp. Harrington Hall hotel.' tf
Apalachicola oysters every day.
Cook's "Market and Grocery, phone
243, North Main street.
17-tf
If you want a KODAK Gerig's
Drug Store is the chly store in Ocala
that sells KODAKS. tf



TWO

OCALA EVENING STAR, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 17. 1920

MODEL BOYS' CLUB IN

NEW YORK'S EAST SIDE

'New. York, Dec. 16. For ten cents
a year and up, 7C0O boys of New
York's East Side enjoy all the fun
facilities that a seven-story club house
can provide. They are members of

The Boys Club. It is the largest or organization
ganization organization of its type in'..' the world,
devoted solely to furnishing whole wholesome
some wholesome recreation to the youths4 of the
congested tenement district which sur

rounds .it,
-Any youngster in that part of the
metropolis can be a member, if he is
between 7 and 21 years old. Annual
dues are paid according to heights,
beginning with a modest dime for
those under four feet, four inches, and

growing with the boy himself..
rri 1 . L. l a. 1 t. a. il n: i

inn ciuu. una uiugnv ine ii.asi oiae
gamins how to be happy though clean
Ly providing a, big swimming pool.

jxiiigeu aruunu 11 are gymnasium
game' rooms,? billiard parlors and
above, six more floors devoted to club

rooms and ; other amusement areas.
Within the Bo'vs Club itself there rp

80 separate clubs, each with adults as
leaders. Two-thirds of these leaders
were army officers during the war.
. Dividing popularity honors with the

s -vimming pooi is a mncn room wnere

a cup. of cocoa sells for a penny and
cookies to go with it for a similar
sum. Pretzel peddlers and hand hand-organ
organ hand-organ virtuosos steer clear of the

reighborhood of the club, for the boys
have their own eats and own music music-making
making music-making instruments
In the daytime there frequently are
only a few hundred youngsters within
the clubhouse and comparative quiet
exists. 'But after the schools release
their pupils and the working boy&
finish the dav's business rhities f he

roof fias a hard time, staying on.'.

a nere are iew "dent's" and t ewe
"must do's" in ths club, !aad each
member enjoys himself as he is wont.
Those desiring to "shoot a game of
pool" do sd. and those with nenchants

for naintinc dah the ranvas tn the?i

heart's content. Several of the boys
study in the National Academy of De Design
sign Design and one of the portraits hanging
2 A.1 HIT-X 1 j r j. a

was done by a member of the club

r une evening each week each of two

hundred men of the city make them themselves
selves themselves boys again just for the night.
They are the leaders of, the various
subsidiary clubs and organizations.
Some of tihege men are college grad graduates
uates graduates and barons in the business
world. One of the founders of the

ciub was a famous figure m America's
railroad and financial circles the
late E. II. Harriman. With him in
the early work of building up the or organization
ganization organization were several Yale grad graduates.,
uates., graduates., '; 7 .. '.
As the story goes Mr." Harriman
was conferring ot the settlement club

one night forty-four years ago when
a rock broke through a window pane
and whizzed past his ear. Not to have
the East Side youngsters resort to
rocks and spnes .and "the rolling
bones" for their fun, he thought a well
equipped clubhouse necessary. And

4 growing.

members of other nationalities, Mr. j

5JcDade said. About two-thirds of the
members of the union are re::i
men.

I

SHERIFF'S S.

Notice 13 hereby given th; ur.:'.
and by. virtue of an execution iau:a
out of and under the f-eal of the cir circuit
cuit circuit court, dated Dec. '3rd. lp2'J,
wherein W. H. Marsh was plaintiff
and II. A. Kramer deferdant. I have
levied upon and will sell to the high highest
est highest and best bidder for cash, in front
of the court house door in the city
of Ocala, on
Monday, the 3rd day of January,'l921,
the following described land in Mar Marion
ion Marion county, Florida, to-wit: The swA
cf aw hi and n of aw of sw!,i of
section 11 township 15 south, range
21 east, containing 60 acres more or
les3 To satisfy said execution and
ccsts. J. P. Galloway,
1-3-fri Sheriff Marion County, Fla.

TAKE NOTICE

When' you buy canned meats from
Uncle Sam and pay the freight they
cost you just as much as we ask:
Mb. net Roast Beef .... . ...... 14c
2-lbs. net Roast Beef,. :.. 27c
1 -lb. net Corn Beef Hash ........ 17c
No. 2 tins Corned Beef. ......... 30c
No. 1 tins Corned Beef. 17c
No. 2 Pork Sausage, 1 lbs. net. 35c
12 lbs. net Army Bacon ....$2.50
, U-SERVE STORES"
Cash and Carry'
One East One West City Square, Shop
at the One Nearest You

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
orders for the new Yarn Hose, so

r-uch in vogue. v tf

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.

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WINDOW WASHING
ON A LARGE SCALE

Chicago, Dec. 17. Practically all
the windows of Chicago's skyscrapers
9Te plaaryaA Vxt o email it r-f mar

325 who are members of the Chicago

? .vv .1 Lju.i v liiviij ci-vrx uuig J
Wiliam McDade business agent for
the organization. The men work on a

weekly basis, eight hours constituting
a day's work. When conditions make
outside work impossible, the men are
...employed on the. inside.
The contract fcr cleaning the win-

t dews is given to contracting compan companies.
ies. companies. These companies bid on the work
i ii. fj .

; ana wnen me Dias are accepted tney
furnish the'men from the union. They

i vr xuii axi iiiatci laio uocu ill
'washing the windows, such as work working
ing working harness for the washers, pails,
sponges, chamois, etc. In fact they

supply everything except the water."

Every possible', safety device known
to the trade is employed by the union

; to protect its men from accidents.

The number of men killed doing this

kind of work has been ereatlv lessen

ed through the efforts of the union,

also have done much to safeguard the

pedestrians below. In the past year,

Business Agent McDade said the un

ion lost only one man by death, while

the number of accidents to its mem
bers has shown a big decrease. f

The average union washer will clean
about 100. windows a day, the business

agent said, as this is what the con contracting
tracting contracting companies figure on when

giving their estimates on the work.
rrrt

ine memnersnip ot tne union is
made up of about 40 per cent Ameri

cans, 50 per cent Polish while the

otner iv per cent is dmded among

A Chrislmas Stocldng

By Bertha 'Esmond Ridgeley

m ... : Si iT

in a s-ife'.y ih-

suppressed a

She coo Id scarcely

it

VK to build a little hh.ne, and gave!

nionth I Luve s;ivhJ what I couUI.

i:. ve pk-crd the nmiu'y

. ? box in the City Irjok. v. aero ifcere
. . ?

ss 'iny tne amonut lie gavre me,

: nice with OiiSculty

u cry .of joy.

refrain from rush

ing downstairs and
revealing her mar marvelous
velous marvelous discovery to
her mother. As she
reflected how
much this gener generous
ous generous donation would
mean to them all,
m a transport of
happy tears she
sobbed forth her
love for the wor

thy helpmate who j

had so w e 1 1 ful fulfilled
filled fulfilled his duty to
herself and ber
family.
Eunice was alive
with half-subdued
excitement all that
evening. She wait waited
ed waited when they had
reac bed Aunt
Mary's until her

mother and the others had placed their
little gifts in the stocking bearing a
card with Randall's. name. ..All alone,
she kissed "the precious envelope and
slipped it Into the stocking.
"A necktie, gloves and a pen knife.
That from aunty. Something .always
useful. A letter, no! a card of greet greeting,
ing, greeting, no! Why. what does this mean!"
spoke Randal Marsh, and read it as
they all gathered about the fire place,
and then he knew. Unselfish man that
he was, he actually blushed like a cul culprit
prit culprit detected at the revelation of a
sleeping secret of years." ' :
MJt means that I have the dearest,
most noble husband In the world !"
cried EJunlce, her arms about him, her
lips raining kisses. "Oh, my brave one!
my true one! And who in. the world
rodftr iHservei rhe blessings of Christ Christmas
mas Christmas more than vou.1"
SAINT TO HAVE NEW! SHRINE

i es

ij20. Western Newspaper Union. 5

HRISTMAS and the high
cost of living do not make
a very harmonious combi combination,"
nation," combination," observed Mrs.
Ralston, in her quiet, pa patient
tient patient way.
"1 was just thinking of
that, mother," replied her
married daughter. Eunice
Marsh, wfcu sat wuh her
work basket in her lap.

her needle threaded with
mending yarn, and rounding one of her
hushand's stockings at the heel.
"There! that Is done, and I hope -it
will pass muster as half respectable
pinned up to Aunt Mary's mantel."
. Mrs. Ualston sighed, and Eunice did
not act any too cheerful. They were
lo'vable, generous

souls, and until

the past year or
two hat! n e v e r
known what is was
to skimp anfi watch
the corners close closely.
ly. closely. T h e mother
picked up the
stocking Eu n I c e
had placel.on the
table. r
"Come to thin'i
of it, Eunice." she
said, "we can do
better than that.
Just run up to llio

storeroom, nereis
the key. You'll
find father's
clothes and things
as they were when
he died." J
' The last years
of John Ralston's

life had been full of anxiety ami strug struggle.
gle. struggle. TI was a mortgage on the old
homestead, and at one time it seemed
a foreclosure could not be avoided.
Then in some way he secured the mon money
ey money to pay it off, and fortunately It
was : clear of encumbrance when he

died. That was jusi a month after

' Eunice"" marrleir Randal Marsh.
Her heart warmed as she thought
of the loyal, whoiv-snuled man 'who
ha 'coint' into her Uife :it a critical
time.; It h:i.l been generally sju::sed

that Randal had some little means, I
for he was, industrious and thrifty, but j
when Mr. Ralstou died Randal stepped;!
into his place, practical, hard working
and self-sacrificing.
The tears fell as Eunice reached the
storeroom, and lifted the top of the
fancy box she had herself covered, in
which her father had been accustomed
to store his extra clothing. Randal
himself had made the receptacle, and
together they had given It to Mr. Ral Ralston
ston Ralston on his last birthday. Eunice re-'
moved borue articles of apparel tender tenderly
ly tenderly and w ith care, placed them on a
chair, and discovered some handker handkerchiefs
chiefs handkerchiefs and three pairs of stockings
rolled up neatly. She took the top pair,
undid it and with satisfaction noted as
it unrolled that it was new and whole.
' "Why, what can this bel" she ut uttered,
tered, uttered, as an envelope fell from the re released
leased released folds. Her wonderment In Increased
creased Increased as she picked it up and found
it unsealed and Inside a written page
and a peculiar looking key. Then
with staring eyes, breathless, stirred to

the depths of her soul, sue read :
. "After 1 am gone see that this letter
and key are given to Randal Marsh.
It has been a secret he made me prom promise
ise promise never to divulge, that he gave me
money' to pay off the mortgage. Poor.
1 nnblA hearted fellow I he had saved the

Mining Operations in Cuba Caused Col Collapse
lapse Collapse of Church of the Virgin ?
of Cobre.
Without papal sanction, the Virgin
of Cobre became the patron saint of
Cuba. Harry A. Franck relates In the
Century Magazine the legend pf 300
years ago which tells of how two men
and a negro, sjave boy from the vil village
lage village of Cobre, not far from Santiago,
went to Nipe bay to gather salt, and
there they found floating on the water
an image of the Virgin, bearing the
Child ou one arm rind holding aloft
a gold dross.
The figure is of wood, about 15
Inches high, and gaudily decorated
with the silks and jewels always ;riv ;riv-en
en ;riv-en by the pious believers. Her priest priestly
ly priestly attendants have been richly shower showered
ed showered with worldly gifts, and her shrine
was surrounded with costly votive of offerings,
ferings, offerings, until someone ran away with
most of them about the time Spanish
rule in Cuba was abolished.

Some time ago copper was discov discovered
ered discovered in the hill beneath .the figure of
the Virgin of Cobre. An English com

pany contracted to make good any
damage their mining opprptions

might cause to the venerated shrine,

During t!itir tenure the church suffer

ed no injury, and the mine was, storked

to what was' considered the, limit of
its real productiveness under old meth

ods, Snd was abandoned. r

But when the world conflict sudden

ly mark. copper worth. Increased exer

tion. Cobre was taken over y an.Amer-,

lean syndicate. The mine had :rtean-.

whlle fllled with' water, and .-when the

new company began pumping this out

the old supporting timbers gave, way

and the church' of the. Virgln above

began to sink until, in time. it. fell

completely out of sight... A. new' shrine','

like the splreless and uninspiring -coun

try churches to be found throughout

all Cuba, was erected for the Virgin Virgin-and
and Virgin-and her 'Pilgrims farther down -tlie

valley. ;

Parrots Good Home Guards.

Cautious apartment house '.dwellers
who besides keeping- their -windows.
onrf Annr lnrfcprt nrefer some JSOrt of

burglar alarm will And able assist

ance by calling npon tb. lioyal OrdW

of Parrots and Cacaws. says the New

.York Evening Sun.

The parrot's Innate tendency to bp bp-come
come bp-come articulate at the crucial moment

provides an excellent means of scar

ing the thief and arousing the neigh

bors. A parrot recently yelled shrilly
while burglars carried off most of the

accoutrements of his master's house

but his timely warning fell upon list

less ears.

The price of meat these days ago

nizes most of us and the small portion
heretofore given to Rover, a capable
but expensive guardian, noticeably. In Increases
creases Increases the weekly food budget. The
parrots' diet is strictly vegetarian and
consists of such ingredients as figs,
plantains, papaw apples, seeds and
grain. He requires little attention and
never becomes turbulent without due
provocation.

The Deceiver.
"It was simply heartrendlEg They
were entertaining a party of friends
with a oulja loard seance. The con control
trol control had just assured them In the most
unmistakable manner that they need
fear no 111, when a noise was heard In
the basement, and they got a fleeting
glimpse of three robbers making off
with the lat of their liquor. They
not only suffered the material loss, but
then and there they parted forever
with their faith In oulja boards.'
Kansas City Star.

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. trniJ Can You Wihik & v

e Christ"

till

mas or moiway

Than a handsome Traveling Bag, Suit Case, Portfolio
or Trunk Either of these would make a gift that is
not only useful, but one that will be kept by the re recipient
cipient recipient for many holiday seasons to come. These are
gifts that are always highly appreciated whether it
be for a lady or gentleman, a boy or girl They never
come amiss and are serviceable the year round. We
also have a full line of Sporting Goods that make
appropriate holiday gifts. Let us show you our line.

J A El E

GENT'S FURNISHING' AND SPORTING GOODS

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Don't Fail to see Our Wonderful Showing of
C H Rl ST MAS G F T S

There is nothing that affords more real

pleasure than the Anticipation of making others

happy. In our store will be found just the selec selection
tion selection you will desire as a Remembrance of Christ Christmas
mas Christmas for your Friend or Relative. Our stock con-

i sists of a large assortment of Rings; Pins,

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

PARAMOUNT Phonographs and Large List of Recorc

J. E. -At L.EM AND,
JEWELER

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OCALA EVENING STAR,

FRIDAY, DECEMBER 17. 1920
THREE

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CONNER
Conner, Dec. 16. Mrs. J. N. Stev Stevens
ens Stevens and Mrs. W. R. 'Jackson and Mr.
A. R. Eastwood were in Ocala Wed Wed-nesdav
nesdav Wed-nesdav shocciner. :. Thev made the trit)
n Mr. Eastwood's car:
Hull and Hatton Atwater were here
from Palatka several days this week.
Mr. Bernard Jordan and family of
Darlington, Md., form a party of tour tourists
ists tourists camping in the neighborhood.
1 hey will spend the winter in Jblonda.
' Mr. and Mrs. J. N. Stevens enter entertained
tained entertained a number of their friends on
Friday evening at an old fashioned
candy pulling.
Grady Reynolds and a party of
friends went hunting in the scrub last
Tuesday and killed two deer.
Mrs. A. G. Powell and little daugh daughter,
ter, daughter, Phyllis of Fort Myers, will arrive
Thursday to spend the Christmas hol holidays
idays holidays with Mr. and Mrs. E. O. Powell.
Mr; A. G. Powell will join them later
for a visit.
Jack Powell and sister, Miss Mar-
tna 10 wen, wno are attenaing oouin-
it : i a t ct
era Vjouege, wm arrive au iiuiue ouh-
day afternoon to spend the holidays
with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. O.
Powell. They will be accompanied by
two of their school mates, Miss Emma
Mr. Hammonds, also of Tennessee.
Miss Edith Manning spent the week
end with her cousin, Mrs. Bonnie Rey Reynolds.
nolds. Reynolds.
Miss Wynonah Randall was in Ocala
Wednesday doing Christmas shopping.
Lucian Manning will leave Saturday
it 1 .1."-. T ..
position ;
Sunday is the regular preaching day
at Oklawaha Bridge Baptist church,
Rev. Gus Padgett pastor. Sunday
school at ten o'clock, promptly. ? ;
Dr. B. M. Moody and wife of Tampa
were recent guests oi raauyes.
l
New music at THE BOOK SHOP.
, Hear Robin Hood and get the music
at THE BOOK SHQP. -V- .fl6-3t
ELECT! A
Electra, Dec. 16. The farmers are
'tiiking advantage of the cool weather
and are busy killing hogs and making
syrup..- : V-' .'"-'
Mrs. Florence Brant Jr., little son
and daughter spent last week at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Mock,
other large boiler shipped to Leesburg
. The Muclan f arm had another large

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THE first thing you
want in foods --and the
all important thing is purity. Cost'
taste everything else is of
minor consideration.
Foods- should be nourishing.
That's what they are forto build
up strong, sturdy bodies.
Calumet Baking Powder is
pure in the can. It is made in the
largest, cleanest, most modern
Baking Powder Factories on earth
only of such ingredients as have
been officially endorsed by United
States Food Authorities.

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LMJH

WkB$J CDC?' !xjQ&U

Ifs pure in the Jjaldng Cal Calumet
umet Calumet never fails to produce the
sweetest and most palatable of
nourishing, foods.
It has more than the ordinary
leavening strength. You use less
of it That's one reason it is the
most economical of all leaveners.
, Another reason is it is sold
at a moderate price you save
when you buy it
It is important that you use only
straight wheat' flour (not self-rising
flour) and pure baking powder if you
wish to obtain the gluten demanded

sound health.
m i.imi
i 1 whim
boiler shipped to Leesburg and then
loaded on a barge and brought down
the Oklawaha river and they ran into
a sandbar and had an awful time be before
fore before they got it to where they are go going
ing going to put in another pumping station.
Mrs. June Perkins spent a few days
here with Mr. and Mrs. Jack Martin
last week.
Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Pillans were call callers
ers callers at the home of Mr." and Mrs. John
Martin Tuesday afternoon.
Mr. Fred Drawdy was a caller in
our midst Sunday afternoon.
Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Fort were visi visitors
tors visitors at the home of Mrs. Mary Holly
Sunday.
While Mr. J. M. Mock and Mr. B. B.
Fletcher were.-going home Tuesday
night the front wheels run off of th
car. They were not hurt but shaken
up severely. .
Mr. A. J. Halton'made a flying trip
to Ocala Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs., P. T. Wilson spent
Sunday at the home of their daugh daughter,
ter, daughter, Mrs. Joshua Martin.
Will have fresh sweet, milk every
day, both quarts and pints. Cook's1
Market and Grocery. Phone 243. tf
TAKE NOTICE
When you buy canned meats from
Uncle Sam and pay the freight hey
cost you just as much as we ask:
1- lb. net Roast Beef .........
2- lbs. net Roast Beef.........
1-lb. net Corn Beef Hash. .
No. 2 tins Corned Beef .
No. 1 tins Corned Beef ...
14c
27c
17c
30c
17c
No. 2 Pork Sausage, 1 lbs. net. 35c
12 lbs. net Army Bacon. ..... .$2.50
U-SERVE STORES
Cash and Carry
One East One West City Square, Shop
at the One Nearest You
J. II; BONNER, FUNERAL
DIRECTOR AND EMBALMER
Has reopened his undertaking estab establishment
lishment establishment at No. 201 -.E. Adams street,
pnd -offers the colored, people of Mar-
ion county 'the very, best service ob-
tiiinable. He, carties a full line
caskets, coffins, "robes, etc., and earn-
estly solicits the patronage of his j
race when in need of such services or j
supplies. Merit, honesty of purpose I
and moderate prices are what we
stand for and will give our patrons
the benefit of. Calls promptly answer answered
ed answered day or night! J. H. BONNER,
15.6t
Phone 525, Ocala, Fla.

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Recipe
2i cups sifted past pastry
ry pastry flour, 3 level tea teaspoons
spoons teaspoons Calumet
Baking Powder, H
teaspoon salt. 1V
cups milk, 1 table tablespoon
spoon tablespoon sugar, 2 table tablespoons
spoons tablespoons melted but butter,
ter, butter, 2 eggs beaten
separately. Then
mix in the regular
way.
STEPPING STONE TO SUCCESS
First Requisite in Upward Move if
Stern Determination to Pra'c Pra'c-tice
tice Pra'c-tice Habit of Thrift.
The first step toward success issav
ing money. Inability to save is an un unerring
erring unerring indication of weakness.
Those who do not save are the vic
tims of impoverished wills. They
know they should save; that their fu future
ture future should be safeguarded in this
way; that it is wrong from every view viewpoint
point viewpoint to spend as much money as they
earn, but they do not summon to their
support sufficient will power. They
yield, to the temptation of spending,
arid then say to themselves that to
morrow or next month they will real
ly begin saving.
The time to begin saving money is
today, and the way to save Is to make
It habitual and systematic. Glad Gladstone's
stone's Gladstone's "advice was: "To set aside a
sum no matter how small from your
week's pay. Keep -strict account "of
your income, no matter how small ;
don't buy anything until you have the
money earned to pay -for it. Have
something ahead for an emergency ;
io not live from one day to another."
America today is ijoing through an
' era of disgusting thrif tlessness. Never
before in1 the history of the country
has there been such rampant waste
and extravagance. People are spend spending
ing spending money before they earn It. Tliey
are getting In debt for things they do
.not need.
The man who Lb wise and prudent
will spend less than he earns. He will
remain master of himself; he will
shape his own course. His progress
may be slow, but he will move ever
onward and upward toward the goal
of his ambitions.
The greater sacrifice he makes t
get ahead, the stronger and more beau beautiful
tiful beautiful will his character become. A per
sonal savings account is a mental and
a spiritual gymnasium. Each day it
affords him facilities for adding
strength and resourcefulness to. hi?
moral equipment.
The man who would succeed In life
must first learn "fS-e lesson of thrift. It
may not always bring the success ol
great accomplishment, Kut it rli! car car-rv
rv car-rv -.nnv rami. f;ir n'.r.z the pfith--iv
tjiat end to the hMcht.. Fy S. Tf.
Straus, President American Sofety foi
Thrift'
The Minelayirg System.
Admiral William S- Sins. write is
the World's Work: "If you had been
following one of the mine layers while
It operates, you would probably hive
been surprised at the apparent sm-
nlieirv of the task. The vessel t?i
qj lts : jat Interva'a

of a few .second'huge hlnck object
about five fee hi.'h. would le observe J
IM'rcr ,.,v-l"t the t-T: :r o!,5
they. would then give a mighty lurch,
fall hend first into the water, sending
up a great splash, and sink beneath
waves. By the time the disturbance
was over the ship would have ad-

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In a few -ennd. another nlacK ot
ject would roll toward the stern, make
a similar plunge and disappear."
Bicycle Impressed Indians.
The 'Indians., who were brought tc
Winnipeg from the far north to partic
Ipate in the nudson's bay annlversarj
pageant, some of whom had nevei
been In a large city before, when ask
ed what they thought was the most
wonderful thing witnessed here, de
clared It to be the bicycle. The rea
son for this, it is said, is because h
can see' the working of the bicycles
whereas he falls to understand thi
mechanism of the locomotive engine,
the airplane, the automobile cr th
immense structures of the cityl
Labor Is Welcome..
T honr therefore with inv irhilM i
Is beginning to be said of the rtlgnltjt
and necessity of labor to every citi citizen.
zen. citizen. There Is virtue yet Ln the hoi
and the spade, for learned as well as
for unlearned hands. And labor ii!
1

everywhere welcome; always we an -Invited
to work; only be this iimirn.' Among the most narreIso.me folk at
tion observed, that a man shall -nol the zoo are the njroutis. the giant
4"or the sake of wider activity sacri guinpa pigs of South America, writes
fire any opinion to the popular jmlg- a London (Eng.) correspondent,
ments .and 'modes of action. Eraen Not long ago a new golden agouti
son. was about to be placed In a cage al-
1 ready inhabited by four other members
Jsp Youths Study Languages. of his family. The original quartet bad

Yokohama now has a school of lan-i
guages for Japanese young men, start
ed with the idea of promoting the de
velopmem of foreign trade. The school
was pftVially opened in Qonmoku re recently.
cently. recently. .Modern languages will be mad
a spec ial study, although allied sub-

Jects are Included In the curriculurc&lv The agouti family, who had been
The popularity of the project is as J licking their Hps at the idea of a
sured by the large class which num. fresh victim, gnashed their teeth when

bered 180 pupils. North China Her
aid.
The Rage. (
The movie star was sobbing ai U
her heart would break.
"What's the matter, dearie?" asked
her friends.
"1 want to get a divorce, repllec
the tea ry one, "but my husband, is
ffood to m that I fiintmi find
grounds." Film ; Fun.
No Wonder.
Otis You s:i.y that something at tin
banquet last niht disgusted you?
Chester Yes! had too much climate
Sat between a Californa native sot
anda man from Florida! New Yorl
Evening I'ost.
Temporary Truce.
(irar1 I hear that Charles and flel
en have made up their quarrel.
(tiissie Only temporarily. They an
gojng to be married soon. Edinburgl
Scotsman.
POINTS ALWAYS TO NORTH
Lodestone, Which Really la a Mineral,
Can Not Be Induced to Act.
Otherwise.
The lodestone is considered the most
wonderful stone in the world, but it
is really not a stone at all .but rightly
belongs to the mineral family. 1
it is suspended by a silken thread or
floated on mercury, or on a circular
raft in water, the same end of the
stone will always point to tlie "Lode "Lodestar,"
star," "Lodestar," or North star; that fact is
where it got its nauie.
The lodestone is a natural com com-iPass,
iPass, com-iPass, such as the Vikings, of, old used
to make centuries before America was
discovered. By rubbing a needle or
thin "steel' bar on a lodestone it be becomes
comes becomes magnetized, and will float on
water and always point to the north
Tl. most powerful lodestones come
from Sweden, and hunters tell stories
of not being able to pick up their guns
from the ground after laying them
near lodestones.
Galileo's original lodestone, with
which he made so many experiments,
weighs. only six ounces, yet it is 300
years old and holds as 'firmly now as
It ever did. It Is exhibited In the
Tribune de Galileo, Florence, Italy.
The Iron weight at the bottom is made
In the form of a sepulchre, probably
suggested by the legend that Maho Mahomet's
met's Mahomet's coffin was supported in midair
by lodestones.
PRIMITIVE SOUTH SEA CHART
One Used by Native Navigators of the
Marshall Islands Was Made
of Sticks.
.A sea chart of the South Sea Islands
made of sticks, which served as an ac accurate
curate accurate and authoritative guide for the
daring navigators of the Marshall
islands just as modern maps do, is one
of the exhibits to be seen in the South
Sea island hall of the American
Museum of. Natural
History la ,Xew
York. TI:e
sea ehn'rt is
the
'ft l.or.'s Stevenson.
who
four
Ifved f-r the ?:.'! of -Sai:'io.T
vir fre :;'h.
d;-
-tv.-ee
e tslnnds were
in:'-; ':r -I Iy. hou. not miief. Thee
vi-'v' t -lire but little tijed now, but
here u-jis a time when euth yuUii
chief was eouipeL'ed to pass his exam examination
ination examination in the charts, knowing them by
heart, as they never were taken to sea.
Some students say the sticks represent
currents, as there are four distinct
sets ftf swells, from four quarters of

i

the ses at various seasons of naviga navigation,
tion, navigation, which were closely studied by
the natives.
The Dickcissel.
The dlckdsseJ Is a small migratory
bird, about six and one-fourth inches
long, the male beautifully blended with
yellow, white and gray, and with a
j
black throat patch and brown shoulders.
The female is duller. These birds are
very numerous In the middle portions
t of the United States, frequenting dry.
bushy fields or prairies. The dickcissel
Is a persistent songster, although Its
song is weak and has little melody. In
July and August, when many birds are
silent, dickcisseis continue their plain plaintive
tive plaintive chant, even on the most sultry
days. Their chanting is a simple
chip, chip, che-che-chee. They
build their nests of weeds, grasses,
rootlets corn husks and the like. They
build on the ground, In bushes and
thistles, and sometimes In trees. The
eggs of the dickcissel are four, or five
In number. They are a plain, bluish
white, hardly distinguishable from
these of the bluebird.
DISTINCTIONS EVEN
IN ZOO
Monkey's Superiority in Gray Matter
Recognized by His Less Gifted
Cage Companion.
fought among themselves whole-heart-
edly. but had more or less settled
down, minus ears and plus many scars.
To Introduce a fifth agouti would re restart
start restart the great war, so it was decided
to place the newcomer with a beauti
ful little squirrel monkey named Gus.
they saw hina put into the next-door
cage with a monkey. .0
James settled down on the ground
floor of the cage and Gus took to the
overhead perches. They lived for a
few days on two different levels, till
one day Gus, saw James being fed by
a visitor.
Screeching with annoyance, the lit
tle monkey (a quarter of the agouti's
t ... 1 it aV a
weignij aasnea aown anu puueu m
nut from jaiues' jaws. james cas
murderous teeth (like those of a mag magnified
nified magnified rat), but he submitted without a
murmur. From that moment Gus and
James were inseparable and they now
sleep together curled up Into a snug
ball.
Gus loves society and warmth; while
the agouti seems to recognize the su
perior brain of the monkey and tol tolerates
erates tolerates an amazing amount of bullying
from him. There are bare places on
his sleek, golden-brown coat where Gus
has bitten him '(because he did not'
surrender dainties quickly enough),
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an easier life had he been left, to the
mercies of his own quarrelsome cous cousins.
ins. cousins. The Stronger Sex.
"I don't know what the young men
of today are coming to," said Mr.
Smith. "In my young days there
wasn't any need for all this courting.
The girls then-1" f y
But he was cut short by the coal
scuttle which Mrs. Smith accidentally
dropped on his toes.
"I was pnly going to say, my dear,"
he remarked, when he had recovered
him composure, "that I wish the young
fellow who is calling on Christab!
would go away and let us. get the house
shut up. It's past midnight."
- At that moment there entered the
J small boy of the household, lie had
been, for the last hour, or so. behind
the draught screen In the. drawing
room and vowed that he had enjoyed
himself better than if he had been at a
Punch and Judy show.
"It Isn't his fnn.lt. pa." said the heir
of the Smilhs. "ITe cr.irt go; Christa Christa-bel's
bel's Christa-bel's slttii-u on him!" Tit-Bits.
All Titled.
The doctor'. fnmlly had just moved
Into a more .exclusive residence dis district
trict district and'all the members were much
given to boasting over this. Even the
nine-year-old daughter toldof it to her
small playmates at school. "Why, It's
Just like having a title' she ended.
"Everything that comes to our place
has written on It after our names,
Collett place."
'Another little nine-year-old sniffed
very disdainfully. Oh, If that ii
what you mean, we've got one too,"
she Informed the audience, "and It's
almost like your'n. Right after our
name on everything that comes to
our house, they write, 'Collect,
please." Exchange.
Ncte of Suspicion.
"I notice," remarked Farmer Corn
tossel. "that .vou always go away up
north when ron make un vour mind toi
go fishin' sure enough." rf
"That has been ray custom," re-
markt
ced the enthusiast.
I d-mno but it s a good icv-a
about it.'
Ladies' EVERWEAR SILK HOSE
reduced to 1.75, all shades, at
FISHEL'S. tf
Crown's Original Pecan Roll, a
candy distinctly different, at the Court
PJiarmacy.
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Has always been to do the very best
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Make it your chief aim to come to see
us. Our work is guaranteed.
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PHONE 78
Corner Main and Oklawaha
;C. Cecil Bryant j
Acccunf ins and Auditing
PHONE. 332
' FOR SALE
LARGE XUE GIM GONG
ORANGE TREES.
Will Deliver and Plant for
$5.50 EACH
The Large Trees.
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Ocala, Fla.
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g Two Licensed Embalmers
3 Motor Funeral Cars
H Private Morgue and Chapel
Day 'Phone 47 (
t Night Phones 305 and 431
h C. V. Roberts, Manager
L. ALEXANDER"
PRACTICAL CARPENTER AND
BUILDER
Careful estimates made on all co co-trzt
trzt co-trzt vork. Gives more and better
work f(.r the money than any other
cortracior in the ritv.
PYLES & PERKINS
Funeral Directors & Ecibalmcrs
PARLORS OPPOSITE POSTOFFICE
Two Heprpes. Grey Hearse for White
People Only.
Phones 555 and 225. Open All Night
OCALA. FLORIDA
RAILRID SCHEDULE!
Arrival and departure of passenger
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The following schedule figures pub published
lished published as information and not guar guaranteed.
anteed. guaranteed. (Eastern Standard Timey Timey-SEABOARD
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Jacksonville
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10:13pm Leeshurjr ; 6:42 am
4:45pm Gainesville -11:50 am
Monuay, Wednesday, Friday.
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We always carry a nice line of
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Ocala Evening Star
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STAR PUBLISHING COMPANY
OCA LA, FLORIDA.

he can hire an "airplane and fly to j

Mexico, he will haye .to cross ,five

It all

IC II. Carroll, President
P. V., I-eavensood, Secretary-Treasurer
J. II. Benjamin. Editor

Entered at Ocaja, Fla., po3tofJlce as
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subsequent insertion. One change a

week allowed on readers without extra
composition charges.
Legal advertisements it legal rates.

Since the League of Nations has ad

mitted Bulgaria, it might as well ad admit
mit admit anything. Bulgaria was equal in
cruelty to the Turks, and excelled

them in avarice. '-,.-.'.'

Pensacola News predicts that this

will be a."kickless" Christmas. West

Florida always was behind the rest

of the state. DeLand News, j
Too slow to keep up.

A VICTIM OF OPPRESSION

siates before he will be safe.

a?pend3 on the people they car keep

(F.iiladelpma Inquirer) All

As we ix Jerstand the army's report ;

the criminal In prison, hang hixr or ir. regard to- the punishment of "Hard- j

let him go free. Two or three rey- fcciled" 3r.ith, who wa3 sentenced to ;

board can do.

lute men, can, by strictly legahmeans, 1 13 cnlhs at hard labor in'a discipli discipli-block
block discipli-block any evil work the pardoning nary barracks, presumably Leaven-'a

worth, he served his sentence with the jjl;
j exception that he was never sent to j j
I Leavenworth, nor put to work, and ; ?vt
that he was under nominal confine-

CHRISTMAS TREE FOR
THE INDUSTRIAL SCHOOL

iment for only eight months. Outside

So far, the Star has met a very en-1 of these few trifling details they cer cer-ouraging
ouraging cer-ouraging response to the proposition t tainly soaked it to "Hardboiled."

CO

to raise

the Girls' Industrial School

three names were merely a

a Christmas tree fund for

The first I

starter, j

MASONIC OFFICERS

given at noon yesterday. We strag-s The newly elected officers -for Mar Mar-gled
gled Mar-gled around a while yesterday after- ion-Dunn Lodge No. 19, for the en en-noon,
noon, en-noon, and met Ben Rheinauer, who j suing year, are as follows:

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The money the -: shipping board

-yasted would have given 'each ex ex-service
service ex-service man a nice littfe bonus. The
money the profiteers raked; of would
have given each one of them a farm.'

It is safe to say. that Ocala or al almost
most almost any other town of its size pays
more for circus and theatrical per performances,
formances, performances, movies and other amuse amusements,
ments, amusements, than it does for charity, relig religion
ion religion and patriotism.

We hear that the grand old party

lias decided on a substitute for the
league of nations. The G. O. P. will
, have its hands quite full with running
America the next four years without
trying alsoto tun the league of nations.

The Lakeland Star hits heavily at
"those officials who are for the o-ld f ee
system, in opposition to the salary
system. We will not presume to try
t AcnAa tVa mptfor fYrio fViinrr Tiro

know, and that is that it is to the
public interest that public officials be
well paid. If they are not, it will be
seldom that any but an inferior man
xan be induced to take a public office,
and an inferior man in a responsible
'"position often costs the people more
in a few minutes than a 'capable man
would cost them in years.

If an order has to be explained and
; apologized for every two or three
weeks it is evident that it is one that
should never have been organized. The
cbief Official of the order that is now
known as the Ku Klux Klan is kept
busy explaining that it is not lawless
that it is opposed to all lawlessness.
But-the : name creates the contrary
impressions, in the minds of many by
whom the members of the -order do
not wish to be misunderstood. If no
respect were paid to those who crit crit-.
. crit-. icise no explanations would be mad
and by the fact that Mr, Simmons
makes frequent explanations we know
that he feels that the opinions of those
whoobject to his orrTer are worth con considering.
sidering. considering. Times-Union.
Mr. Simmons must have had a dose
of double distilled essence of Ja,c Ja,c-quasserie
quasserie Ja,c-quasserie when he decided to institute

his organization at the time he did

ought to have a big family, for he j
surely knows how to be good to the j
girls. We struck him for a dollar, and j

sorry -we didn't ask for five. H. W.'
Tucker was the next station on the
line, and answered as quick as one of
his own electric lamps lights up when
ycu press the button. Solid and
steady Harvey Clark began feeling in
his pocket for a dollar as. soon as he
saw us. Chivalrous Jim Taylor will
always shell out for a good cause, and
when we had annexed his dollar we
called it a day, it then being some sometime
time sometime in the night.
.We -struck a gold mine this morn morning
ing morning at the M. & C. bank. Ardis' Wa Waterman,
terman, Waterman, Harry Borland and Arthur
Cobb gave up as fast as we could ask
them. Mrs, H. A. Ford gave a dollar
without being asked. We wish we
were an alchemist, so we could infuse
ir.to whatever her dollar is used to

buy, the kindly smile with which she

gave it.' .,. '
" Come a'.ong, fos; let's We the
girls a good Christinas tree. The state
provides for them well, Irmt the state
is a state and a friend is a friend, and
it materially lessens the loneliness
and homesickness they can't help feel feeling
ing feeling sometimes to be reminded they
have real friends in what is for the
time their home town.
Following is the list of givers to
date:'- ; ... vv ...
Dr. Hk F. Watt. ... . ...... . .$5.00
Milby Lloyd .......... ....... 1.00

J. ,R. Dey, worshipful master.
A. C. Blowers, senior warden.
C. C. Bennett, junior warden. ',
C. E. Simmons, treasurer.
B. L. Adams, secretary.

NOTICE TO MASONS

There will be a special meeting of
Marion-Dunn lodge, Fti & A. M., to tonight.
night. tonight. Conferring of master degree
by order of Reginald H. Cooper,' grand!
master of the state of Florida.
A. L. Lucas, WT. M.

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

J. H. Benjamin
Ben Rheinauer i
II. W. Tucker
Harvey Clark
Jim Taylor ....
H. A. Waterman
Mrs. H. A. Ford
Harry Borland v.
A, C. Cobb .....

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Up to date

.$19.00

The Ocala Star says Menderihall's
pardon will be followed by his arrest
'and trial under the other indictment
of killing the other woman. But
catching is before hanging. If he is
pardoned he will be out of the state
before the public is allowed to know
lie has been, turned out. Tampa Tri Tri-.
. Tri-. bane. '
Read more carefully, friend Trib.
The Star said Mendenhall could -be re re-arreted,
arreted, re-arreted, not that he-would be. We
are afraid if the necessity arose, it
would be a case of everybody's busi business.
ness. business. However, the Tribune .has a
great deal of influence in Pinellas. It

can doubtless induce some citizen of
that county to swear out a warrant
against Mendenhall, and he can be
put under arrest fegain the moment a
pardon goes into effect. It will then
be of public record, and no official will
have a right to withhold the informa information.
tion. information. And we very much doubt that
Mr. Amos ox Mr. Swearingert would
withhold it anyhow. As for Menden Mendenhall
hall Mendenhall getting out of the state, unless

The Rogers-Wilson Realty Company
seems determined to keep up a little
Marion County Fair the year around.
It has replaced the window display- of
citrus fruits with one of potatoes,
corn and other stick-to-the-ribs stuff
which while not so pretty as the or oranges
anges oranges -and grapefruit is more reassur reassuring,
ing, reassuring, to the man who has a family to
feed. In the opposite window is a
miniature but complete Florida farm,
with oatSj cabbage and other pro-;
ducts growing vigorously, solid-looking
farm buildings and nice, white
roads running thru all. Jim Howell,
who has an obsession for good roads,
tuilt them with a spoon; he also
carved the barn, siio, etc., out witn
his pocketknife. Jim, iike all country
crackers, is an artist with his pocket pocket-knife
knife pocket-knife he" could whittle out a pretty
good Taj Mahal if he had the time and
the timber. Jim wants our capitalists
tc get together and buy an auto
fhowcar, fill it up with Marion county
products and send it out to convert
the heathen. It looks to us like, it
would bo a pretty good way to. adver advertise.'
tise.' advertise.' It would be, something on the
order of Webb's "Florida on Wheels"
that toured the country so successful successfully
ly successfully a number of years ago
. t ...
" Damon and Pythias (Sidney J.
Catts ,and Joe L Earman) have had
a bust up all over the reinstatement

of Thompson as state attorney in the
Palm Beach district. It will be remem remembered
bered remembered that Catts suspended Thompson
last spring on the charge of drunken drunkenness.
ness. drunkenness. Thompson went before the 'peo 'people
ple 'people in the June primary, admitted that
he had been drunk and said publicly
that he and the judge drank out "of
the same bottle. Thompson was re renominated
nominated renominated by the voters with a very
large majority. Catts could have re reinstated
instated reinstated him then, after the primary,
after the people had spoken, with good
grace, especially as the Catts appoin appointee,
tee, appointee, to the office, also a candidate for
the office, failed of endorsement by
the people, and immediately resigned.
Earman was almost" the last promi prominent
nent prominent man in the state who was "stand

ing with Catts, who will now go out
of office probably wjth less friends
than any constable in Florida. De De-Land
Land De-Land News. V ..
Constable! Gosh! Why don't you
say dog catcher?

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Clothing & Shoe Company. Every Every-hing
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.ghting for QUALITY not prices', tf

Gifts That Last

Look over the list -And
let us Put It Away
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The Ocala Jewelers
Hamilton Watches
Waltham Watches
Elgin Watches
Standard Watches
. Lancet Watches -Imported
Watches
Wrist Watches in White,
Gold, Green and Red
Diamond Rings
Ruby Rings
Sapphine Rings in Blue, Pink,
White and Golden
Pearl Rings
f Emerald Rings
Cameo Rings, all kinds
Opal Rings
Topaz Rings
Emblem Rings, all orders
BROOCHES: Diamonds and
Platinum, Cameos and
Others, a Large
Asortment
BAR PINS: Geld, SUrer,
Platinoid, etc., Fine
- Assortment
Cuff Buttons and Link,s all
Kinds
Collar Pins
Beauty and Dress Pins
Lingerie Clasps
. Bib Holders
Bracelets
( Tie Clasps
Collar Pins, Gold and Silver
Hat Pins
LaValierres in Platinum,
Diamonds and all Kinds
and Shapes
Necklaces and Lockets
Crosses
- -Vanity Cases
Mesh Bags, Soldered Links
Umbrellas, Ladies and Gents
Silver and Gold Belt Buckles
Belts, the Best Leather
Sheaffer Fountain Pens, the
Bet 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
Optical Goods of all Kinds in
Charge of the Eye
Specialist,
Dr. K. J. Weihe
We feel that we hare the
largest and best line of goods
m Ocala.- Come and look
them over, and let us help
you make your Christmas se selection
lection selection now.
WEIHE CO.
THE OCALA JEWELERS,
. Ocala, Fla.

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F you are in doubt as to what to buy

for the Men and Boys for a Holiday

Gift the' list below will help you to decide.
These are all brand new goods -not an
old or carry-over article in the lot, and
our guarantee goes with each purchase.
We are not closing out our stock, but
you will find our prices lower than else elsewhereCompare
whereCompare elsewhereCompare them and be convinced.
Society,, Brand Suits for Men and Boys
"Faultless" Pajamas and'Night Shirts
Manhattan Shirts in Silks and Madras
Pheonix Silk Hosiery
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Mallof y Hats and Douglas, Dunlap and Emerson Shoes
Bath Robes with Slippers to match
Carters Underwear v ; Finest Neckwear
Wardrobe Trunks, Suit Cases, Hand Bags
Hunting Boots Walking Sticks Gloves and Gauntlets
Silk and Initial Linen Handkerchiefs, Belts, Etc.

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Five Maxwells and Federal Trucks
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GARAGE ALWAYS OPEN DAY AND NIGHT
MURPHY MOTOR- COMPANY

Ocala, Florida

WM. A. TINSMAN
CONTRACTOR
ALL WORK GUARANTEED
Estimates Furnished Free
Fhone No. 526. 215 W. 5tb Ocala

A complete line of perfumeries and
tcilet accessories. Tydin53 & Co., op opposite
posite opposite Harrington Hall boteL tf

PARKER Fountain Pen3. They are
guaranteed. Special agent, the Anti Anti-Monopoly
Monopoly Anti-Monopoly Drug Store. Phone 123. Dt

" lyory and PY-RA-LIN toilet sets;
also sing pieces. Tydings & Co. tf

Sheet music from "Mary" and 'Hon
tydew" at THE BOOK SHOP. 16-3t

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HOWARD-SEWELL

Some of the items listed below are

LOtiK THFM fWFf? : : :

It will do vour heart good to take your time
in agoing through these stores. Make a close in inspection.
spection. inspection. We have as fine a line of Fancy
Groceries as ou will find in the state. You
don't often find Self Serve Cash and Carry
stores carrying suchr fancy stock. :

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wnen 11 comes 10 wuaui i uuulo me
U-Serves are in a class (o themselves
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Gordon & Dillworth's Mince Meat in glass,
Special Red Cherries pitted, Puncheezy the
fruit to make good Punch; Preserved Ginger,
Cranberry Sauce irt glass, Orange Marmalade,
Mint and Lemon Jelly, Red Currant Jelly, Grape
Jelly, Qniijce Jelly, Calf loot Jelly. All the

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and are usually found in such stores as Park &
Tilford's. v

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- linporieu oar ue jlfuc, opamsii nmeiiiues
Mn glass and tin, Boned Chicken, Tomato Puree,
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steak Sauce, House of Parliment Sauce, Tobasco

Sauce, Royal Scarlet Tiny Peas, Royal Scarlet
Tiny Limas,V Royal Scarlet Asparagus Tips,
Royal Scarlet Yellow Cling Peaches, Royal
Scarlet Red Pitted Cherries, Royal Scarlet Rasp Rasp-b
b Rasp-b erries, RdVal Scarlet Raspberry Apricot and
Rasberry arid Currant Jams, Stuffed Figs in
glass, Pink Seedless Guavas in heavy syrup,
Sandwich Olives, Pimento Olives, Queen Olives,
Ripe Olives, Curtis Hearts of Baby Artichokes.
Artcihoke Hearts A La Greque packed in glass,
Georges Absolutely Boneless Cod Fish in pound
boxes, Curtis Kippered Herring-Filets, Fresh
Mackerel in tin, Soused Sardines, Hearing" in
Tomato Sauce, Kitchen Boyuet, SiIver,LaKe
Rheubarb, Sardine Paste, Bloater Paste and
Salmon Paste. 4

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The Christmas story tellyig "hour at school faruliy, left today for her
the primary school is always a pleas- home in 3rtoksville, where she will
ant occasion and this year is was un- be married tomoVrow to Mr. John
usually so. Francis Howard of Norfolk, Va.
The rooms, prettily decorated, were This marriage was not to take place
filled with the pupils of the school, until the ejese of school in the spring,
visiting children and pupils from the tut a chancre in business realtions
intermediate grades, whg are, always gave to Mr. Howard at this time the
present on these occasions, not only only vacation for a year; hence the
for the pleasure of hearing the stories change in plans.
but because-of their loyalty to the The patrons of the primary school
school. 'as well as the many other friends of
Delightful stories were told by Miss Miss Sewdl will regret very sincerely
Clark, Miss Gale, Miss Griffin, Miss ,htr departure, but extend their best
Stevens and Miss Bates, a visiting wishes for many years of happiness
teacher from Michigan. tin her new home.
Christmas carols were sung, led by j Thursday morning the children of
Miss Marsh and Miss MefTert, and .the, school sang the Christmas carols
then old Santa Claus appeared, not 'for Miss Sewdl and at that time .she
?own the chimney, but from the cloak jvas presented with a beautiful cut

room, with a treat for all.

OCALA BOYS AT AMHERST

Cnarles Cullen Made a Speech to His
.' Classmates at a Banquet
in Boston

glass vase, a gift from the primary
fcchool faculty.

GET READY TO VISIT
THE MID-WINTER FAIR

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Cition Orange and Lemon Peel
Seeded Raisins pates Figs

Wnl nuts AlmnnHs

I Shelled Almonds Block Molasses, Etc;

Just in New Florida Syrup in quarl fruit fsrscnly 35c

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Florida is not far ehind her sister

(Boston Traveler) states in anything, and certainly is

Aniherst freshmen eluded the soph- aieast of them in the matter of fairs,

omores last night and conducted their for between the dates, October 26th,
president, Allen Lorimer, 2d, to the 1020, and February 15th, 1921, there
freshman banquet at Young's Hotel, will be thirteen fairs held within the

In expectation of capture by the i borders of the state. All but three of
sophc mores; Lorimer fled to Lowell! these fairs are fall and early winter
two days ago and went into hiding. A j propositions, the three mid-winter and
sophomore learned of his place of j spring fairs are the South Florida to
refuge and verified his whereabouts by be held in Tampa, the St. Lucie Coun-

talking in a disguised voice over thejty Fair to be held at Vero and the
telephone with him. Lorimer suspect- Sub-Tropical Mid-Winter Fair to be
ed;that everything was not right and; held in Orlando, February 15-19, 1921.
move dto a neighboring house. The advanced stand occupied bv the

Last night a strong-arm squad of; state of Florida is very larjrelv indi-

freshmen, accompanied by a police- cated by these, expositions of the pro pro-man,
man, pro-man, succeeded in getting their pres-f ducts and educational advantages of
ident past the watching upper class- j the several parts of the state. Every Every-men
men Every-men and brought him to Boston in a where in the older states these annual

taxicab. fairs Drove thp frnnf. rnnlr tnrtmaA Ut

Over 150 members of the class had the places holding -them. and. a state

arrived meanwhile on a special train. ? or county, as well as individuals, are
They paraded through -the streets judged as to being up to date bv rea-

singing Amherst songs and cheering son of holding, or not holding a fair,
and then went to the hotel. A special ; and the interest they evidence in

tram which left at two o clock thi them

morning took them back to Amherst
Among those who spoke, in addition
to the president, were: Gordonv Wins Wins-low,
low, Wins-low, Paul Wilson, Duncan Gebby, Har Harold
old Harold Smart, James Douglas, Lowell
Hall, Richard Lamberton, Ralph Nu Nugent,
gent, Nugent, Goddard Lawrence, Charles Cul Cullen
len Cullen and Charles Van Gunten.

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

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Nuts
Peppers
Courtesy

ANNOUNCEMENT
Persistent rumor is that in the transfer of Mr. Mclver's 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
cut 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 ei vices of Mr. G. B.' Overton, as Man Manager,
ager, Manager, Embalmer and Funeral Director. Mr. Overton comes to us with -the
very best and highest credentials as a man of over 20 years professional
experience 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 msnners and courteous and efficient
services when he is called upon.
GEORGE MacKAY & COMPANY,
- Per George MacKay.

THURSDAY MGHT DECEMBER 23 MEFINSOCALA

NAVAL RIVALRY

For this reason the thousands of
people coming into the state of Flor Florida
ida Florida estimate our advancement to &

"great extent by the interest manifest

ed along these, lines and that is cer certainly
tainly certainly one reason why the sections
holding a fair are pictured the great

est in the minds of the people.
We are sture we state a fact when
we say that our Five County Fair, as
some call it, embracing the counties
of Orange, Volusia, Seminole, Osceola

and Lake from which our exhibits are

t jVcH MOROSCOpr';-. popular 1
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Following the armistice the allied

powers of Europe called a halt oii'.al lor in part drawn, is "one of the

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stance, whose special need of protect protect-i
i protect-i ing her lines of communication is gen gen-e
e gen-e rally conceded, scrapped hundreds of

greatest factors in the up-building of
this section.
This woutd ncrtTbe the case if these

; counties combined, did not put updone

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fOnc East And One -West Cily Square

Shon at the one Nearest vou

smps, piacea many areaanaugnts ouijol the very finest fairs in Florida,
of commission, stopped building big known far and near for completeness

vessels ana greaxiy reaucea ner navai ; and excellence.

personnel. This was not only a policy

of economy, but it indicated confidence
in the Deaceful intentions of other

maritime nations. Russia, Austria,

lhe coming fair will far exceed all
that have preceded it and arrange arrangements
ments arrangements are being made on an extended
scale with the confident belief that

Cermany and Turkey were, bereft of the attendance from all parts of the
their fleets. Why should not England, state will hp orpntpr fc

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Reductions in Furniture
Nothing makes a more appreciated Christmas
Present than Furnilure, Rugs and other house household
hold household necessities. For the month of DECEMBER
we offer our entire line at a redfuclion o! 10 to 20
per cent for CASH. 4 We especially invite your
attention to the splendid selections m Art Squares
and Rugs. :
J TIIICf TC HPAri1I1170C

Opposite Ocala National Bank N. Magnolia St.

Ocala

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France and Italy show a good example

to an overtaxed world tired of war ?
In contrast to Europe's economical
naval policy, Japan and the Unitea
States have embarked upon big ship
building programs involving vast ex expenditures.
penditures. expenditures. Sixteen capital ships are

being built. This has caused appre

hension in France and England, and
the British admiralty and the British
press are beginning to advocate the
resumption of building. Naval .rival .rivalry'
ry' .rivalry' has Begun againfi and it would appear-that
Japan and the United States
are largely responsible for it.
The world realizes that the United
States must have a big navy for legi legitimate
timate legitimate purposes. But we should not
be aggressive nor extravagant, partic particularly
ularly particularly at this time. The situation de demands
mands demands that not a penny of our naval

arpropnaticn should be wasted. Our

surface and submarine fleets should
be rounded out. Ourtair fleet "is ad admittedly
mittedly admittedly weak. The money .available
should be devoted to new weapons

rather than to those that may soon be
obsolete This policy is not onlv con

sistent with economy, but it protects

our national interests and will free us

from the charge of leading in a new
rc.ee for ; armament.

Reduced railroad rates are assured
and the Reporter-Star, in the name of
the fair association and the people of
Orlando extends a hearty invitation to
all to favor our fair with your pres presence,
ence, presence, assuring you that you will not
be disappointed, but very much pleas

ed and surprised with the great show

now being prepared for you. It is

some time bff, but we advise that you

make a date for this fair.

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SFlAT SALE MONDAY, DEC. 20.

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lorida and -Western Meats
Staple and Fancy Groceries
All Kinds of Country Produce

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wasnmgxon, uec. 10. An inquiry
to determine the extent of unemploy

ment in sixty-five principal industrial
cities of the country was announced
yesterday by the department of labor.
The decision to this effect was made
public after Secretary Wilson had
conferred with nine regional directors

who have been appointed to conduct

a survey of conditions in co-operation

with the present field force of the
United States Employment Service
and other state and federal agencies.
The industrial classification of the
census bureau will be utilized in mak making
ing making the survey, which will take into
consideration only industrial concerns
with a minimum of 500 employes. The
first results are expected to be ready
for announcement by Jan. 15, and it
is the intention subsequently to issue
unemployment statistics bi-weekly.
Officials would make no estimate of
the number of the country's idle work workers,
ers, workers, although they expressed the opin opinion
ion opinion that the trend toward unemploy unemployment
ment unemployment on a large scale had been mark marked
ed marked during the last few months. Re-

The ladies of the Calholic church centlv. it was said, the employment

will have a Christmas sale of cakes- .rervice had been niacins from 45.000

Temple Theatre

Tuesday, Dec. 2i

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Heafded by CHARLEY GANO
King of Black Face Comedy1
TURNER BROS. CARL CAMERON'S SAX0LAN9 FOUR
Prices, 85c, 81.10 and $1.65 War. Tax Included

CHRISTMAS GIFTS

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Phonographs and Records
Pianos and Sheet Music
Terms or Cash
N. U. KINDT MUSIC STORE
306 N. Magnolia St.

CAKE SALE

candies and pies on the Ocala House

prch Saturday afternoon. 15-3t

to 50,000 persons in positions every
month.

Have your old mirrors re-silvered.
We do it promptly and at reasonable
prices. All work guaranteed. Ocala

Mirror Plating Works, Walter Yonge, Ha. Office
proprietor. Phone 504. 17-tf r'none 298.

Dr. Charles Watson Moremen,
Dental Surgeon

Commercial Bank Building, Ocala,

phone 211; residence

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NEEDHAM MOTOR CO.
- General Repairing,
Storage, Gasoline, Oils and Grease.
We use genuine Ford Parts. Cars washed, $1.00
AGENTS FOR
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Phone 252 Cor. Oklawaha and Orange
' Used Cars for Sale

' Make a Christmas Present

OF THIS 0

NEW
Wellsmore Player Piano
Easy Terms If Desired

B.. GOLDMAN

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OCALA WEEKLY STAR, IRIDAY. DECE3IBER 17. 1920

RED BLOSSOMS ARE FAVORED JJf
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(American and Liberty Roses, Carna Carna-,
, Carna-, tion and Immortelle Among Pop Pop-I
I Pop-I ular Chrictmas Flowers.

IF CHRISTMAS eve comes In

mild ani arra and Christ Christmas
mas Christmas morning follows its gen gentle
tle gentle prophecy, the city florists
will be happy. That will

mean that the thousands of boxes of
Christmas flowers which must be de delivered
livered delivered on Christmas forenoon can go
out with only the ordinary packing.
rBut should there be freezing weather,
.every flower must be packed In cotton,
which doubles the labor and the time
necessary. Even with the mild Christ Christmas,
mas, Christmas, ( which Lb the florist's delight, the
tforce In the big retail flower stores
works all night the night before Christ Christinas.
inas. Christinas. From midnight until 7 o'clock
In the morning all hands are busy
packing the boxes which In a few
hours are to convey Christmas remem remem-'brances.
'brances. remem-'brances. At 7 o'clock the delivery
wagons start, and before noon all the
fragile blooms have reached the fem feminine
inine feminine hands for which they wre pur purchased.
chased. purchased. Probably 20,000 such boxes
are delivered every Christmas morn morning
ing morning In New York. One dealer in a
fashionable residence district has sent
out between 300 and 400 every Christ Christmas
mas Christmas morning for many years.

i iue maea dox ranges, irom $xv
'to $50 In price. It Is a very modest

'"little box for the first price just half
'a dozen roses, a dozen carnations, a
bit1 of "Christmas green." In the $50
box there will .be probably half a
dozen American Beauties, half a
-dozen long-stemmed liberty roses of
the "rich, velvety, deep crimson vari variety;
ety; variety; some violets, some "valley," some
. mignonette to sweeten the whole box
perhaps some sweet peas and hya

cinths, a bit of heliotrope and always
some holly and a red satin ribbon to
tie the whole.
. These expensive boxes are simply
;pretty trifles, sent to the rich, by
-those who are not sufflclentlv Indebted

or on suffciently intimate terms to
end more costly or substantial gifts.
The very evanescence of the flowers
makes them superlatively luxurious.
Fifty dollars for flowers that fade to
a day makes the attention more dell-

caie tnan xour or nve times tnat
-amount put into, some more durable
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olor, and red carnations and red roses
are the favorite purchases. The red

'Immortelles, also, go In great bunches
for Christmas decorations In houses
f both high and low degree! These
immortelles are real flowers, though

.some people nave a notion tney are
made of paper. The natural color Is
yellow, and they grow In the south of
France, where great fields of them may
be seen dried and dyed for the mar-
"ket, It is a great industry there. Eu Europeans
ropeans Europeans use them largely to the exclu exclusion
sion exclusion of fresh flowers for all occasions
They are dyed in all coldrs for the Eu European
ropean European market, and thousands upon
- thousands of boxes of the red ones are
imported to New York every, year. for
the Christmas trade. They cannot be
successfully grown in America, lowing
to climatic differences. A few have
been produced in Texas, by t the flor florists
ists florists say they are not "right."

An Unsatisfactory Plan.
"Why, Johnny," said the caller, as
the lad wept bitterly, ."crying on
Christmas morning?"
"Yuh yessir," sobbed Johnny. "We
ail agreed in our family this-, year to
gug-give each .other .only what we
needed most." v
"Well, that isn't such a bad idea. Is
It? Nothing to cry about., anyhow,
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," "Ifs rur-rotten," sobbed Johnny.

Dad gave me1 a UekinY. 4
RECOGNIZES VALUE OF PEAT

Its Use for Commercial Purposes Is
Becoming More Understood
Throughout the World.
Peat is extensively used as fuel In
northern Europe and as fertilizer In
the United States. In Europe gas,
charcoal, coke and a number of valu valuable
able valuable by-products are produced from IL
Owing to the scarcity of raw mate materials
rials materials In' Europe, peat and peat moss
are employed also as substitutes for
absorbent cotton in the preparation of
surgical 'dressings, for wool ,and for
cotton and '.woolen cloth. In the United
States peat is utilized chiefly as ferti fertilizer
lizer fertilizer filler, as stable litter and as an
absorbent for the uncrystallized resi residues
dues residues of beet and cane sugar refineries
in the manufacture of stock feed.
' Peat has long been used in ferti

lizing the soil, having been either ap applied
plied applied as a direct fertilizer or used as

a filler for commercial fertilizer. Anal

ysis of .the peats of the United States
show an average nitrogen content of

about 2 per cent, a proportion some somewhat
what somewhat higher than that found in some

commercial fertilizers.

. The value of peat in soil fertiliza

tion is found in its nitrogen content

and 3a the beneficial mechanical ef

feet it produces upon certain lands.

, Black, thoroughly decomposed peats

are roost-satisfactorfor fertilizer, as
.such peats are generally heavier and
more compact and contain more ni nitrogen
trogen nitrogen and less fibrous material than
the brown types.

A Deep Regard For Members of the Family is Best Expressed With
Gifts of Apparel
When it is a question of remembering mother, sister or any
other member of the family one is naturally more anxious to please.
And smart wearables are the answer, for constant association with
them would give a definite knowledge of what is very much desired,
or better still-needed. Varied-replete with -moderately priced gar garments
ments garments that will make appreciated gifts, v

SUITS
Of all wool tricotine, serges, wool veJour made in
plain tailored models and some with tur trimmings, all
silk lined, prices formerly up to $79.50 now are
$21.50, $31.50, $37.50, $39.50

COATS
Beautiful new coats of boiiyia; velours, silvertone and
popular and wanted labrics, all silk lined and inter interlined.
lined. interlined. Sold formerly up to $95, now
$27.50, $31.50; $43.50 and $409.5

Dainty Underthings are Intimate Gifts, no matter to whom one
presents them, they are always sure of an enthusiastic reception.
Philippine garments, painstakingly hand sewn and embroidered
vie with lovely cotton underthings of domestic manufacture. The
latter ate beautified with fine laces. Fabrics in both cases are
wonderfully soft and the styles of unusual attractiveness, Prices
are very reasonable.,
Silk Hosiery for gifts are always appreciated and needed. Van
Raalte Lace Hosiery and Phoenix plain black and white hosiery
are always desired. Prices from.

$1.40 Up w;

HANDKERCHIEFS COME FIRST .. :
Have you seen the pretty Maderia line of handkerchiefs and the line of boxed handkerchiefs. One cannot have too many
handkerchiefs and they are always appreciated. Prices from 10 cents upwards.
We also suggest the following articles for sensible gifts: Parasols in all colors with amber and ivory handles, pretty camisoles,
shirt waists, boudoir cSps, skirts, hand bags, neckwear, maderia luncheon sets,, sweaters for ladies and children, infants knitted
sets, angora scarfs, oil cloth luncheon sets and many other useful and appreciative gifts.

OCALA

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which has been shattered so many
times again threaten It. Rumhlings
and grumblings are heard coming. It
is supposed, from the Izalo volcano.
This cinder-covered peak, nearly
5.000 feet high, has gradually built
Itself up from what was a level plain
at the base of the Santa Ana vol volcano.
cano. volcano. It has long periods of inactiv inactivity,
ity, inactivity, throwing up clouds of smoke and
steam in great puffs, and at times
belching flames. Sometimes a flash flashing
ing flashing effect can be netm far out at sea,
and the volcano become known
along the coast a the lighthouse of
Central America. Detroit News. ;

leap eight or ten feef to a narrow
ledge that did not seem large enough
to support a rabbit. Youth's Companion.

Volcano Is a Lighthouse.
"The city of San Salvador, capital of
the republic of Salvador, may be called
a city of earthquakes, for it has seen
disasters as a result of many erup eruptions,
tions, eruptions, and even today the many vol volcanoes
canoes volcanoes that surround ih. little city

v The Rubber-Tired Goral.
? 'Among-the strange animals that
came under the observation of, Mr.
Roy Chapraan A nd re ws. w ho conduct conducted
ed conducted an expetitibn into- farther China
under the auspices" of the American'
Museum of -Natural liistory, was the
goral, a mountain goat of extraord extraordinary
inary extraordinary ability.
I have seen a goral, says the ex explorer,
plorer, explorer, "run at full speed down the face
of a cliff that appeared to be almost
perpendicular.. The dogs did not ven venture
ture venture to follow it. As the animal land landed
ed landed on a protecting rock, it would
Homier off a if made of rubber and

Deer Climb Up Ladders.
The, three miles of concrete-lined
flume which brings water to the Cher Cherry
ry Cherry creek power house on the Hetch
Hetchy project lies in a territory
abounding in deer. When water was
first turned Into the flume there was a
good deal of trouble with deer which
got into it and could not get out un unaided.
aided. unaided. As many as thirty to forty deer
have been taken out of the f.ume in
a single month. To relieve this con condition
dition condition deer ladders made of planks
were built in the Smne line at interi
vals. The ladders extend below the
water a? weli a? above, so that the
' deer can-find a fcotin? on. which to

eye" and tne long noma 01 iuc vn
oxen are decora ed with blue and
white beads to keep them from fall falling
ing falling prey to disease.
In Athens, Constantinople, Tllils,
Smyrna and other cities of the Levant
men of all classes carry short strands
of fidget beadsr which they play with
while walking In the street, riding in

street cars and trains, just as nervous I

men in the West finger their watch
chains. Bead shop abound every everywhere
where everywhere in the larger cities and general
stores and market stalls sell them in
the na tier places. Peddlers hawk
them in the streets everywhere.

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TAKE NOTICE

Wallpaper.
Old wallpair will often look like
new if a" new border is put at the top
of the room. Thi.s v. ill change tie
color att.Hii.! ah'-if desired. If oue-

climb out. Since ti e ladders .were put j of the up-tOr.date ctit-it borders Is

in, there has bi?e.i nv further trouble i ued the averse, person can put it on.

with the deer. i Jf a paperhanuer- is employed a saving

Is made by cutting out the border one's

self, thus wiving the paperhan-er's

time. A good sticking' iaste for heavy
papers can be made of eight parts of
rye flour to one part- water, adding
three more parts of boiling water and
a little powdered resin. It pays to
patch a soiled or torn bit of wallpaper,

"at patch Is not noticeable.

Beads in the LevanL
Beads are more necessary than
bread to. the Levantine. Men. "Aomen
and children wear and carry beads to
ward off ill luck. Even the horses
and donkeys have strandai of beads
about their necks "to baffle the evil

Ocala, Fla Dec. 6th.
I most respectfully call to the at attention
tention attention of the patrons of the Ocala
postofSce, 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 hint3
given below, which, if followed, will
help to avoid the congestion of this

rusn period ana enable the man serv service
ice service to deliver rremtply and in better
condition all ir.ai! matter.
Wrap parcels securely, mh:'g heavy

paper ana, good twine, pax do no'.sei.j - t
Address them plainly. This includes Hiky-Christy poems at CI.C3 -f

putting your return address on. the they last. Riley's Child Y '-upper
upper '-upper left hand corner, as well as the Love Lvrics .l 25 V,lsn

scription. Patrons will be a? a?-that
that a?-that their parcels will be recein
time and opened Christmas
Otherwise they may be delayed.
Robt. F. Rogers, P.

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COTTAGE FOR SALE
A well located cottage of five o
rcoras, all modern conveniences,
part of town; close in. A big J
gain. Apply to R. R. Carroll, c
city.
MILK

Can supply a few regular cr
vlth. fresh railk dally. Write
Gardner,' Anthony, Fla.

i ddres,3 on the lower right hand side.

Every parcel should contain the send sendees
ees sendees name and address on a card on
the inside of the parcel.
Mail them early. Parcels may be
endorsed "Not to be opened until

j Christmas day" or with similar in-

tions are exhausted the prices v
2 to $2.50. THE BOOK SEjP'j

Don't fail to- visit the C

Clothing & Shoe' Company.

thing we sell is jruaranteei.

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OCALA EVENING STAR, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 17, 1920

Can It Be PcssiWc That There Are Kp More

CbiMIess lonies in Florida?
For several months past Tba Children's Home Society of Florida, which
iz doing-a state-wide and undenominational work for the orphan and home- -less
children of the entire state, providing' for OVER TWELVE HUNDRED
such children EACH YEAR, has found it exceedingly difucub to find good
family homes for its homeless children, especially children frcm. SIX to,
FIFTEEN years of age.- As a result its Receiving Home, in Jacksonville is

crowded to its utmost capacity, children sleeping two on a little cot in many
cas.es. .- .: : V
The question therefore arisesAre there no more childless homes in
Florida? Are there no families who have one child who want another to
be a little brother or, sister? Are there' no more generous hearted people
in the state who will perform the greatest service that can be performed on
earth that of giving a good home to one or more homeless children?
There is no difficulty in rinding plenty of homes for wee babies and
children up to five years of age, but above that age it seems hard to find
folks who will take children and give them a square deal. We DO NOT
place our children as SERVANTS or hired hands; We want our children
to be industrious, but they are CHILDREN and cannot be expected to do
an ADULT'S WORK. All we want is homes of good moral character with
sufficient income to give a child comfortable care and. at least a grammar
school education. Surely, there must still be some folks in Florida who will

jfive a criiiu a xair tnaute. auu tuc auu mn; ouu ijjvi mun,;.
Please think the matter over carefully and write our State Superinten-1
dent, Marcus C. Fagg, 428 gV lames' Bldg., Jacksonville, and secure full'
particulars in regard to the matter,-and1 give some child or children a per permanent
manent permanent place in your home for Christmas or New Year's.' Yoa will never
regret it- .... ..

THE

.MENACE OF
FOREIGN

Jorlopqzvxwvutsr might try your

ingenuity, but our prices on Ladies' ;
COATS,' HATS, SWEATERS AND I
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VISITED HIS OLD HOME

' I It U said that the state of Smloa
IMMIGRATION !v. iH have at least 2000 tons of refined

' sugar-available for export. The rail rail-Hundreds
Hundreds rail-Hundreds of Thousands of Undesir-, rcadi of the region are making great
ables Coming Into the United ietlorts to provide the necessary trans-.

States iportaUon facilities.

Berlin, Nov. 2G. (Correspondence

cf the Associated Press.) Emigra Emigration
tion Emigration to the United States from central
F arope has reached a- stage where it
tra eatens to dump into America near nearly
ly nearly 1,000,000 of the "most undesirable
peoples of Europe,' says an official of
the American state department who
has been watching the recent exodus
with much concern.
' The emigrants are principally from

1 Russia and Poland, and large numbers

of them., who are very poor, have been
d rectly assisted with money and ad advice
vice advice from America, the correspondent
was told. Consular offices are swamp swamped
ed swamped with their, applications' for pass passports
ports passports and steamship accommodations
sre inadequate to carry all who have
permits to sail.
"There is virtually no check on this
movement, which beyond any question
must soon be a most serious problem
in America,'" the correspondent was
informed. "An effort has been made
to keep out the, so-called 'reds but
that, too, is futile for. it is impossible

; to investigate the applicants caref ul-

y enough' -to exclude undesirables..
, "The onlyVthihg that can be done,
jit seems to me, is a new immigration
!iaw sharply curtailing this business of
'dumping the down-and-outs of Eu Eu-!rope
!rope Eu-!rope upon our shores. And that, .too,
fis going to be a difficult thing, for
there will always be the possibility of
; discrimination against classes that
would make valuable citizens. If im im-'
' im-' migration should be stopped entirely
for a few years, say five, we might
j wake up to the situation in America

and seek a way put of the trouble.
"The government's agents have been
doing their best to meet the emerg emergency
ency emergency with the machinery of the law,

! but that is pitiably inadequate. About
al lthat can be done is to send depart depart-j
j depart-j ment of justice agents to New York
and 'warn' the grafters and the more
radical promoters of this immigration
'that they" must. not resort to illegal
I means. Some of them who were reap reaping
ing reaping rich rewards out of the passport

) business pretending to secure proper) and the Balkan states will also receive
j papers for sums paid in hand have ; large shipments with smaller amounts

X a ....

Edinburgh, Nov. 26 Dr. Alexander
Graham Bell, the aged inventor of
the telephone paid the other day what
he described as his farewell visit to
his "native city.
In reply to a complimentary address

by the lord provost, Dr. Bell, who was j

warmly applauded, recalled in an ad address
dress address some of his early memories. He
said that although he had spent most
0 fhis life in the United States and
beh an, American for 50 years, he was
glad to be "home' once again. "I feel
1 would like to have a last look around
my native city before I grow too old,"
he added.

CHRISTMAS CHEER BEING
. SENT TO EUROPE

Many Packages Going .Through Port
,' cf New York to .Various Parts'
' of the Old World

New ,York, Dec.. 14. Christmas
cheer for the peoples of the war-torn
nations of Europe, refugees in the
Near. East and American soldiers
abroad is going forward through, this
port in greateer volume than ever be before.
fore. before. Postpffice officials here estimate
that the volume of the 1920 Christmas
foreign mail will approach twice the
amount of previous years.
Thousands. of packages have al already,
ready, already, been received here from all
parts of the country and postal offic officials
ials officials prepared for an unprecedented
rush during the. first two weeks of
December.- The bulk of the maily of of-i
i of-i cials state, is being sent to Ger Germany
many Germany and Poland and comprises prin principally
cipally principally foodstuffs and clothing. Italy

w v t i cc i j. j.1

others still at work.
I "One of these grafters has moved
jtc Berlin and probably is doing a
.thriving business. Nothing can be
idone about it. He is within the law,
I
!a? far as we are concerned. He may
yd out and collect any amount of fees
'for 'assisting' immigrants to secure

going to France, Britain, Norway,
Sweden, Belgium and the Latin-American
countries. "
In addition to the Christmas pack packages
ages packages going direct by parcel post and
by express,, various American relief
organizations are planning to bring
something of the season's spirit to

'many thousands of destitute children.

i passports and whether he succeeds i The Near East Relief has madejelab-

You will want
Fruit, Nuts, Candies, Raisins,
Grapes, Mince Meat
and the thousand and one good things that go to
make up the Christmas dinner.
We are prepared for your every need in this line,
and if you give us your order we will guarantee you
satisfaction in the ingredients.
We have made a special effort this year to antici anticipate
pate anticipate your every holiday requirement in our line.
Come in and see how well we have succeeded.

- f7Ti:-'-V- -.-

mm

Tire Prices

$20.00
$15.00

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

6,000 Mile Guarantee
FEDERAL, FISK AND DIAMOND TUBES
Our Repair Department in charge of all-rouud
mechanics. Expert Generator and Radiator man.
M
JAS. ENGESSER, Proprietor

Phone 258
z . ...

West Broadway

ia' getting

pne papers

be held VP ne applicant. m'eets re re-,
, re-, cuirements, o: not he can keep the
money. The applicant won't 'squeal.'
. "However, such men are only a part
ci the scheme operating to shift the
'immigrants into America."

which cannot orate Christmas plans for the refugee

. The above is a picture 'of just a small part of the big family of HOME HOMELESS'
LESS' HOMELESS' CHILDREN at the Receiving Home, of The Children's Home Society
of Florida': ; at Jacksonville. No ; finer,: sweeter, brighter or more lovable
children caio-be found -ahy where on earth. Try one or two and see far
yourself. y. .
For The Folks Who Positively CaBLCt'TaLe a Homeless Child

or tmiarcn mio incir,tiorae. o-3t
.- . -r- .. . i ... : i

We want to offer your an opportunity to neip in a very aeumLe

. rTJTTe?TTVTA a TTTlflT? rlrawa Tioar whPti KVKKYisUlJl W'antS

JUSl HOW US ViiUVlUXiunu xiiuu ..
to do SOMETHING to make SOMEBODY ELSE HAPPY. ,
OUR GREATEST AND IMMEDIATE NEED IS MORE MONEY. We
received enough .money n response to our Thanksgiving appeal to entirely
wipe out our deficit for 1920', and if we can only raise the SIX THOUSAND
DOLLARS that; it willjtake to meet our December expenses we will finish,.
the greatest year of service that we have yet renderd FREE OF DEBT:
During this year (1920) we will-have helped 200 children from one day ohT
tint ctafA Don't

you -agree with us that this was SOME job?

- Now' we can use the largest or smallest amount that iuu can sena
and we can use all YOU can secure for us from your church, lodge, club, r
y Sunday school or other of ganization'f or us. We REALLY NEED all e
can POSSIBLY SECURE. Send all money, checks, etc., to our Treasurer,'
R. V. Covington, 428 St James Bldg, Jacksonville, Fla. It will be warmly
welcomed and will help us provide a REAL CHRISTMAS for scores of little
helpless and homeless chiMren, most of whom have NEVER known what a
REAL CHRISTMAS WAS.
WE ALSO NEED BADLY CHILDREN'S CLOTHES, FOOD, ETC.
There never has been a year in which we have. :'RECEIVED LESS and
NEEDED MORE children's' clothing of all kinds, shapes and sizes, and of
course we can use an endless quantity of preserves, jellies, syrup, fruits,
vegetables, canned goods, staple groceries, meats, chickens, etc. Get up a
box or barrel, or parcel post package for our kiddies, a,nd send it either to
cur Children's Receiving Home, 1944 Riverside Ave., Jacksonville, or to our
Children's Boarding Home, 1229 Osceola St.; Jacksonville. We have a big
family of little ones in both places and will gladly welcome anything that

children can eat, wear or enjoy.
MAKE YflifTR OWN CHRISTMAS HAPPIER BY DOING SOME

THING FOR OUR BIG FAMILY OF. HOMELESS CHILDREN W HOSE
CHRISTMAS JOY DEPENPS ENTIRELY ON WHAT YOU AND OTHER
GOOD FOLKS MAY DO FOR THEM, AND PLEASE DO IT NOWr BE BEFORE
FORE BEFORE YOU FORGET.
.
EARNESTLY PLEADING for SOME help from EVERY man, woman
and child in Florida, and from EVERY church, Sunday school, lodge, club,
society or organization of every kind and description, we are yours to

SERVE, t

You can save the worry and fhe care,
And have lots of time to spare,
If within the Xmas season
lYou will listen to some reason,
And be guided by our offer
That every day we proffer.
By the store of FRIENDLY Wishes,
Which is known everywhere ast

"FISHEL'S."

VGRICULTURE BEING

TAUGHT ON THE FARMS

Urbana, 111., Dec. 14. The newest
set of agricultural teachers those
who have come to the farm boys at
their work irr the open country are
making' a great success, according to
A. .W. Nolan, assistant professor of

agricultural extension at the Univer Univer-'
' Univer-' sity of Illinois.
t .... ". .

"Since;-the passage of the Smith Smith-Hughes
Hughes Smith-Hughes vocational education act in
1917, teachers of agriculture are now
at work in all the states of the
Union," 'Professor-Nolan said. "These
teachers are employed for, 12 months
in the year. They are paid partly

from local funds and partly, from fed-'censed

etal funds granted by the vocational

:act. '

"Under .the provisions of this law,
all students enrolling in vocational
agriculture, with teachers thus em employed,
ployed, employed, must carry on for six months
of the year, as a required part of their
course a farm project under the sup supervision
ervision supervision of the ceacher."

ORIENTAL and domestic perfume,
toilet water and sachet in sets or sep separate
arate separate at Anti-Monopoly Drug Store. 9t

There is no better candy made than

Norris'. We have it in any size pack package
age package from one to five pounds. The

Court Pharmacy. Phone 248. 16-6t

The Children's Home Society of Florida
"FIcrida's Greatest Charity"
; State Headquarters, 428 St. James Bldg Jacksonville, Fla.
JUDGE W. II. BAKER, President. R. V. COVINGTON. Treasurer.
MARCUS C. FAGG, State Superintendent.

MEXldb WILL SHIP FOOD

STUFFS TO UNITED STATES

voungsters in the Near East and the
Red Cross has planned cheer for chil

dren in the various districts in which

it is operating.
The volume of soldier mail this year
has materially decreased over recent
years because of the withdrawal of
most of the American 'forces from Eu Europe.
rope. Europe. The several thousand "dough "dough-fcoys"
fcoys" "dough-fcoys" still on the Rhine will be well

remembered as a large shipment of
gifts has been accumulated at the
army transport service in Hoboken.
Soldiers serving in the Canal Zone,
Hawaii, the Philippines and- Alaska
.vil lalso be remembered. Some of
the v vessels bearing gifts for these
men sailed during November.

Men of the navy, wherever station stationed,
ed, stationed, will also be the recipients of
Christmas gifts from home and the
navy department has made special
arrangements to give each, man the
maximum opportunity -for a "Merry
Christmas." v-
Co-operating with the Junior Red
Cross, Secretary! Daniels of the navy
department has ordered' a vessel to

take Christmas gifts for thousands of
Dalmation children. This action was
taken' upon recommendation of Ad

miral Andrews, in charge of Ameri
can warships stationed in the Adriat

ic.'-Two thousand pairs of .shoes and

j stockings, thousands of, cans of con

milk, hundreds of bars of

ch relate and toys from Red Cross

warehouses will go to destitute chil
dren in northern Italy and in Jugo
Slavia. : 4

The Near East Relief has made ar

rangements whereby United States

sailers and marines stationed in Turk

Mti waters are to make Christmas

merry for thousands of children. Each

of Uncle Sam's fighting men there has

been asked to "adopt" a child and pro

vide some kind of a, Christmas pres

ent.

A Christmas tree with elaborate ex

ercises, will be placed in the Near
East tubercular hospital in Constan

tinople. In Harpoot, where there are
6000 Armenian orphans, another tree

will be provided by the Near East Re

lief organization. At Batum, on the

Black Sea. where conditions. are at

their worst, the population is looking

YOUMG-MERMIM CO-
CIVIL ENGINEERS AND SURVEYORS
Licensed under the laws cf the State of Florida

()

Surveys
lligliways

Plats
Drainage

Reports

Pliospliate

Capt. Edward Drake is associated
with us and in charge of our Phos Phosphate
phate Phosphate Mine and Plant Department.

OHiees, 33-34 Holder Bldg.
OCALA, FLORIDA

Phone No. 543

Read Carefully these Prices!

Argo Starch three

Sugar, per lb..... i...llc'
Best Head Rice, per lb 12c
.Nine pounds for ........ .$1.00
Best Blue. Rose Rice, per lb. 10c
Eleven pounds for "... $1.00
P. & G. and Octagon Soap, three
cakes for 25c
Cleaneasy Soap 4 cakes for. 25c
Pearline, Grandma, Lighthouse
and Octagon Wash Pwdr..5c
Seafoam Wash Powder 4 for. 25c
Jello Ice Cream Powder, fine foj foj-pudding,
pudding, foj-pudding, two for 25c
Three cans No.. 2 size Premier
Peas for ...... ..$1.00

.25c

Pure lard in bulk. and: in three
and five-pound buckets.
Breakfast Bacon in pieces, 2 to
3 lbs., per lb..........37c
WTiite Bacon, per lb.'.. 24c
By the side- .'. 23c
Lard Compound -per lb . .17c
Maxwell 'House Coffee lb. ..42c

Klim,
Klim,
klim,

1-lb. size.,
-lb size.

5-lb.

95c
100
$3.50

.25c

hand.

Mexico City, Dec. 13. Encouraging

reports have been received here from

the states of Sonora and Sinloa where

the return of prosperity is noted by

the announcement that these states

expect to export 15,000 carloads of
agricultural products to the United
States within the next few months.

forward to a shipment of one thou thousand
sand thousand tons of flour from America to
add joy to the holiday. The flour left

here November 23 and is expected to
rrrive before Christmas.

Riley's poems illustrated by
tv at THE BOOK SHOP.

Chris-

16-3t

Three carts
Corn for

No. 2 size

Premier
85c

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

size

Meal and Grits, 62 lbs..
Sausage casings.
Fresh eggs always on
Our eggs are guarantied.
Liquid Smoke.
Henry Clay Flour.
Pillsbury and Gold

Flour.
New Syrup in pints, quarts
two quarts and in bulk.

it
if

11

ill:
lii

Medal

All other Groceries as low as Gccd Quality
and Full Weight will allow.
FARMERS' EXCHANGE STORE
Merchants Block

ill u

Read tfcc "Ads.'t Ycu Will Find IWEry Earcalns



EIGHT

OCA LA EVENING STAR,

BCMAfl

CUIUS

If you have any
phone to five-one.

society items,

Ocala schools close
Christmas holidays.

today Tor the

Lots of new sheet music at THE
BOOK SHOP. 16-3t

Mr. C. J. Phillips of Williston was
a business visitor in town this morn morning.
ing. morning. '

Mr. and Mrs. Tom Lutz are expect expecting
ing expecting their son, Robert to arrive next
week to spend Christmas with them.

An ideal Christmas candy, Crown's
Original Pecan Rolls in one-pound
packages, at Court Pharmacy. 16-6t

Mrs. Ida Mathews left Tuesday for
Columbus, Ga. to spend Christmas
"with her son and other relatives. V

You said it, we have reduced the
prices on our TROUSERS and Shirts.
FISHEIS. tf

Mrs. Ford Rogers arrived in the
city last night to spend the winter
after a pleasant summer spent in New
York state. ,

" Truskejdifkgjs will puzzle you, but
mi i j -i: i. i i

-cn BUDDIES and SHIRTWAISTS.
FISHEL'S. tf

In the circuit court this morning
Perry Holmes was found guilty in the
second degree of assault with intent
to commit murder.

Ingersoll Watches at Gerig's Drug
Store. tf

Mr. W. E. McKay and a party of
friends of Coleman were out of town
visitors in the city last evening ,to
witness Robin Hood. s

The motto of our prescription de department
partment department is "Quick Service" and the
pzices are always reasonable. Tydings
& Co., opp. Harrington Hall hotel, tf

Mrs. C. E. Coody of Jacksonville is
spending the Christmas holidays in the
city the guest of her son-in-law and
daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Edward
Tucker.

Don't fail to visit the Guarantee
Clothing & Shoe Company. Every Everything
thing Everything we sell is guaranteed. We're
fighting for QUALITY not prices, tf

4 Mr. and Mrs. C..E. Carr of Chicago
will arrive in the' city next week to
spend a month as the guests of Mrs.

C&rr's parents, Mr. and Mrs. James

Carlisle.

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HI

O

ami

Because of her rosy cheelrs and
satin sLIn a woman attracts the
admiration of all men. When the
,rf 5"':T'1 vouricrvvcmari

READ VI

AD 5

a. jT left

in iicr

peers

see pimples
and b!otc;:c3
and she fm-

to the drug store for paint, pow powders
ders powders and beauty creams, wf .r.n she
should go there for a blood .medi .medicine
cine .medicine and stomach alterative kno wn
as "Golden Medical Discovery."
'fhxs vegetable tonic and Liood
alterative clears the $lriri, beauti
. fies it, increases the blood supply
and the circulation, while pimples,
boils and eruptions vanish quicJy.
, Ask your nearest druggist for Dr.
Pierce's Golden Medical Discov Discovery
ery Discovery in tablet or liquid form oi send
10c for trial package of tablet to
- Dr. Pierce V Invalids Hotel ia
Bufalo, N. Y.

Henry Camp is expected to arrive

home tonight from Woodberry Forest

school to spend the Christmas vaca

tion with his parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Jack -Camp. Mr. Jack Camp, also a
student at this school, will follow Sun

day.

I-

4

Gifts That Last

JEWELRY
The Gift Supreme
My stock is complete and 1 invite
your inspection.

i

I am offering a liberal discount for
cash from now to December 15th.
i. .
J. Charles Smith
The Jeweler &i Watchmaker
West Side Courthouse Square
OCALA. FLORIDA

Sleepy Time and Tuck Me In stories
; THE BOOK SHOP. tf-Zt

j Properly fitted glasses

. -fS wil1 make a bright Xmas.
V Ask sbout gift cer-
J.w tificate.'
DR. K. J. WEIHE,
Optometrist and Optician
Eyesight Specialist
Auto. Repairing
EFFICIEXT WORKMEN,
PROMPT SERVICE
REASONABLE CHARGES

TOR SALE 10 pair three-year-old HV ANTED

well matched mules, broke to work.
Anything you want in horses from
saddler to ICOO-lb. drafter. An Anthony
thony Anthony Farms, Anthony, Fla. 17-6t

BOARD AND ROOMS Board and
rooms in private family.. Hot and
cold running water in rooms. Call
at 22 N. Sanchez, phone 306. 16-3t

Good second Iiarui

Must be cheat) for cash. A:

P. O. Box 584, Ocala, Fla.

. "We repair all makes of cars and
specialize on Maxwell, Chalmers and
Oakland autos. v
) GEO. 'J. WII.IIAMS

Formerly Carroll Motor Company

Garage, Osceola St.

UNCLASSIFIED
ADVERTISEMENTS
WANTED, LOST, FOUND, FOB
SALE, FOR RENT AND SIM SIMILAR
ILAR SIMILAR LOCAL NEEDS

Rates: Six lines, maximum, one time,
25c; three times, 50c; six times, 75c;
one month, $3. Payable in advance.

Manicure sets, 'either "pearl or Py-ra-lin
handles. Just the thing for her
Christmas gift. Tydings Co. tf

'ABB AGE PLANTS Protected from
frost by overhead irrigation. Char Charleston
leston Charleston Wakefield, Early Summei,
Lupton's best Long Island seed,
$1.50 per thousand; special price in
large quantities. J. R. Davis Farms,
Bartow, Fla. tf

WOOD Uiies wood i ara. season- ;
ed oak or pine wood, for.-either stove'
or fireplace 1 and ?2 per load. Yard I
corner South Main and Third streets. ;
Phone 112. 15-lm

S TR AWB RRY PLANTS Nc
time to plant. I have the 111
cry plants, the best variety q
at $4.60 per thousand, or Zl
per hundred. J. L. Leitnor,
436.
,
COWS FOR SALE Good ni
.Holstein and Jersey brted;
g-entle and idea! family ccv ?.
ono 2-year-old Jersey bull, C.
stock and three graded Jer :
ers. Abner Pcoser, 515 Sc--t
St;, pbone 576: 't.

Al-

W ANTED A good farmer to farm i
on shares. Also would Tike to plant ;

ten, fifteen or twenty acres of oats j FOR SALE Rosen rye
on shares, I have good land near j kernels, large heads, he a

? ?

town. WVD, Carn.

15-tf

LAKE WEIR Two completely fur- V

mar, Eastlake; running water, bath FOR

Linvted quantity. Three-fifty
el. Belleviev Trading Co.,
view, Fla.

room, toilet, acetylene gas, two bed- t
rooms in each house. For prices and
particulars, apply to D. S. Wood- j

row, Box 581, Ocala, Fla. 29-tf

THERO-COLA WOODYARD We are
prepared to furnish oak or pine
wood for either stove or fireplace
on short notice. We deliver your
money's worth promptly. Give us a

trial order. Chero-Cola Wood yard'
phone 167. 26-lm,

SALE 1500 budded cr-

trees, Pineapple end Parscn Lrzrrr.
one year old budded on f4ve ye-r el."

-our roots; from 3 to o ft. hi-;:;
Price, 0c. and 75c. Write r.:? .-see
see .-see me at II. B. Mastera Ca. L
Cordrey, Ocala, Fla.
1-OR EXCHANGE Good T-ycar
mare, 1200 lbs., to exchange f -automobile;
prefer Ford. A ; ;y
"T. W. Barnett, Box 22, R. F. D..
Summerfield, Fla. IC-Ct

WANTED Young lady for couple of ; F0R RENT Two farms

wctsiu who. can use typewriter zo j
assist in taking inventory. Apply j
Mack Taylor, Auto Sales Co. 14-3t i

on

Anthony road,, 3 miles from ts.
Apply to YVO. Deas, R. F.

1.

Route B, Ocala.

17-

WOOD CUTTING If you want your WANTED A fiest- (fice) dc- c
wood sawed in stove or fire lengths, watch .dog 'for Capt. Weike at tv
call phone 38. Mrs. D N. Math-j Bonita fFishing Club. An' t:
ew- 14-6t Carroll at Star office. K-C

If you are contemplating cut glass
ware as a holiday gift come in and
see our line. It's complete. Tydines

bpp. Harrington hotel. tf

Co.

: Mr. S. C. M. Thomas has presented
Marshal Gordon with the handsome
badge that he wore while chief, of po po-life.
life. po-life. Those two excellent f ofiicers
have long been the best of friends antf
will work together for the public
safety. ;

CHILDREN'S DRESSES reduced
to about half-price. FISHEL'S tf

Mr. and Mrs. Chas. H. Lloyd of
Jacksonville, "arrived in town yester yesterday
day yesterday and are guests of Mrs. Lloyd's
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Harris.
Mrs. Lloyd will be in the city until
after Christmas and Mr. Lloyd fijll
be in and out of Ocala until the first.

Mahogany trays, butterfly trays
and blue bird trays at THE BOOK
SHOP, "The Gift Store." 16-3t

Mr .and Mrs. Frank Broderick and
three children are now occupying the
Howell house on Sanchez street, re recently
cently recently vacated by Mr. and Mrs. Ed Edward
ward Edward Tucker. .

We have recently received several

jobs in LADIES' HATS, beautiful-

felts, etc;, which you can buy cheap

at FISHEL'S.

tf

marsnai cordon today picked, up a

man who was peddling "jewelry" with without
out without a license. He had about half a
bushel of "phony" trinkets. Mr. Gor Gordon
don Gordon turned him over to the county.

Waterman's Ideal Fountain Pens at

Gerig's Drug Store. tf
Mrs. Vernie Stevens and daughter,
Margaret of Lakeland, will arrive in
-Ocala next week to spend the" Christ Christ-mas
mas Christ-mas holidays at the home of Mra,
Stevens aunt, Mrs. B. A. Weathers,
and family.

.We are showing the finest line oi

Perfume Sets, both Domestic and Im

ported; that we have ever carried.

Bought direct and the prices are right.

Gerig's Drug Store. tf

Mr. R. J. Sales came in this after

noon to spend a few days with his wife

and family. Mr. Sales, a traveling

salesman, is making Ocala his head

quarters and his family joined him
several weeks ago to make Ocala their
home and have apartments at the Mc McDowell
Dowell McDowell flats.

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Fof ClFlsjl-
.lnnias Sluop Sluop-plug,
plug, Sluop-plug,

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

iuy Crown's Original Pecan Rolls for

Jie holidays. The Court Pharmacy. 6t
The Woman's Club house will be
. warm and cozy tonight to entertain
the merry crowd of auction players,
at the card party which is being given
for the benefit of the Children's Home
Society of Florida. 1.

Mr. and Mrs. M. Peardon and fam family
ily family after seeing much of Florida have
returned to Ocala to make their fu future
ture future home and are comfortably locat located
ed located in the Colonial annex. Mr. and
Mrs. Peardon are from Toronto, Can Canada,
ada, Canada, and Mr. Peardon has accepted' a
position with George MacKay & Co.

For the very best stationery, look
at our stock of Symphony Lawn.

Gerig's Drug Store. tf

i Among the prominent northern vis visitors
itors visitors in the city for the winter are
Mrs1. H. B. Sherman and three chil-

P1. Ml 1 . .

xure u oe no aisapponumem u you Mrs. C. H. Todd. They are

keeping house at 28 Sanchez street.
Mrs. s Sherman and Mrs. Todd are sis

ter and mother to Mr. C. H. Todd of

this city.

Joyous fun with the children with
BUBBLE BOOKS that sing. At THE
BOOK SHOP. 14-3t

3Ir. Harp, formerly pastor of the
St. Petersburg Christian church, but
now state evangelist, will arrive in the
city tomorrow af ternoon and will fill
the pulpit of the Christian church
Sunday, both morning and evening.
When you buy fish from us they are
dressed ready for cooking. Oysters
and shrimp. City FISH Market, No.
No. 9 Ft. King Ave., phone 158: 27tf

Crane's stationery in boxes or by
the pound.' Tydings & So., opposite
Harrington Hall hotel. tf

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

- Messrs. Alfred MacKay,. William
Camp and George L. Davis have issued
unique invitations to an oyster roast
at which they will be hosts next Tues Tuesday
day Tuesday night at 8 o'clock at their "batch"
at Dunnellon. The invited guests in include
clude include a number of their Ocala and

jJDunnellon friends, who are anticipat

ing a jolly time.

During these unsettled conditions it
certainly behooves everyone to practice, econ economy
omy economy to greater or lesser, extent. You have
only a few; days more to decide on a suit for
yourself or as a present to some membe'r of
your family, and what could be more sensible
or appropriate? .. The reputation of this store
and the goods handled here have been won
entirely upon.

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Men's Suits range in price
S20, 22.50, 26.50, 30, 35, 43, 45 up to 62
Men's Overcoats are here and priced at
pp to 848
Boys Suits in large numbers and all sizes at
$5o25 lip to 021
lien's Shoes, Waterman' Special, all of the ver
latest models at
2.75 toSll
Johnston and Murphy Shoes, no better made, at v
$12.50 to $15.50

Boys and Children's Shoe?, large line, from
$l to $5.35
Men's Shirts, Manhattati and Wilson Bros.
33 1-3 to 50 per cent t
Bbys'.Blouse Waists, less Vhen wholesale prices
going at 4

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Men's and Boys' Winter Hats, all shapes
Q Iq SO per cent off
Just a few Sweaters left for the Man or Boy from

$2 to

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Underwear, Hosiery, Neckwear, Pajamas, Night Shirts, Bath Robes, Gloves. Umbrellas Manicure
Sets, Pullman Slippers, Pochetbooks, Bill Folds, Collar Bags. Suit Cases; Military Brushes Bedroom
Slippers and other suitable gifts for Christmas, all at Big Bargains. All we "ask is a visit to our store
We have the goods and assure you that our prices will please you.

Mr. and Mrs. G. V. Hunt of Phila Philadelphia
delphia Philadelphia were in town yesterday, the
guests of Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Bennett.
Mr. Hunt is ticket agent of the Reai Reai-iilg
iilg Reai-iilg railroad at the Columbia avenue
station. Mr. and Mrs. Bennett show showed
ed showed them Silver Springs and other

beauty spots around Ocala, and they i

departed well pleased.

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